Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00072
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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 10, 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: UF00054505:00072
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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1 VOL. 1 II. ,

ST.I1'l; ll1rs i 1iim he \\'H..I lying on the embankment with I so far upnit it'a" only oomsiomiHy tint"one .i\ai\tiit's. ,sroitr.An I i with111. !'tr"Itl t The tnthl'llolllh'ck!ii)t bnrneil mv

hi* 111'111'I'r hear the t trwk.l.or"j'fl'r.Th'rl' place; could bo !seen from' the. other; now important witness: II' tho state ,,111-1 til'tloor, and I wa. fVitrful IUtl ri"1,111 1111I\'lIt that'

II'( '( I it i i.* I thilkldllt: ,
Isaac, Mathcws, a e-olored man, .residing: on are many se-etion* I that arehy peouliar- I fenced, o.nltivate-d: i, houses have I been built lett her ha: )1'11. discovered, in tho person of I with it. I got a third' brace. nnd shovidagain.
] well adapted, : to the produetiou. .of fruit I hard in all lilV
New Hiver. ha* a very line e-ottnn crop otthirtylive 'I i and the country generally for milesback! 1'ngineer: ( icorgo I 11.I Ne'vvcoinb.' of F.atport, 1Il'\1'1111\.Io mv I
and veritable* for Northern I market in I and to l1I\ great joy 11\boat moved.Vheii I
I I acres, !six i acres: of which I he1plauted l'I'I'lIl11nl'll.lt.I-l present* an entirely new 111'1'arl1I1"--I'/' Mo.I ol I.TOllt.l u who I was: accompaniedby I I it swung clear, f I shouted, to tie, man ahead],
which there has not us yet I
the six his it" .. M i (Cat rie Norton, and anotheryoung ; all thistimo
in February, From acre! "I 11"/1" 1 I. I who hail said nothing to lower

planted in February( he ha already picked opment\ notably, :South Ooorgin; and MiddleFlorida I I"'t Sum lul'I'. ; lady wa: one of tho last to 1'a\I' tIll I tlir fall ; bo lowered for two itt, thenstopped.

a e-oiiMderablo lot of cotton and to-day will especially\ ne-ar Madison: Florida, i Captain Kdwnrd: ]. of the. :steamer Tti'bt- burning, ; steamer, and! being 1 a"IIltil: man I A thinllll'nll"I and I made
and 1 westward to Tallahassee., : Then( \ aresome him hold t I \\ list t toll, ll.|
oiler for !sale in our market tho first. hale of excellent land in; Madison: county, irltlii, whIt'i..it,1 t\Vilhlaeeoehoo, Uiver: accustomed: 1 t to :-1.h111'I l : m '', 1 lIol.la"I'll'II'I I i I I I th(' man at th(' how I I thought bis fall was \

the season.; We learn that Me-ssrs .Alvarez last week\ ; with I i ti party to ascertain I I tho I practicability ( tho condition of I allair* on time abandonedvessel. : jammed hit it wasn't: and be finally I ht p>
and some good' l farmers: that l'ollllll1al,1' an I Hi I i. in !nimrtant boat struck. I sho would
a.skiiH! havo already made him a bid on tholir.st I of placing: steamer on the river.was I : testimony: | respect: and the thought
I excellent record in t thi. direction, :and, tit- thi week. lie 1 I it i i.. a i i. favorable, t.IIII't adil i ; captain nnd pilot never get in, and expected (the .1'1,1, to sink
Charlie llichard l hi town says
lot.] Master
I : presented I while tho time it betray .
ward I the development ..l'lht't resources: of of the boat at same 1"'lu'lIth4I'l! minute."Thr
tho othl'rlla with t I t three i handsome< stream: nnd\ 11Ihr"IIJIa.I : a. magnificent lack of of
us oranges \ : ( !' :
1'all1ll..hi\ tilal.t instant the boat struck the, water her
; t their county, we're they. t to I try fruit nndvegetables I 1 )
. three High blurt's fVnin' its source others, and I to show that: the
all from the same tree, representing:: ; e-onnlry. ; 1111. 11111"1'1'I stern was with people, who sivitiiui"Iusl'oumril I
\ as a inoiu-y (crop. Wo |mpo thatanitIit of( the i is in .* of JI,1
; (.XC.I.
feet skirtthe greatly previous
; separate nnd distinct erops. Tho first: cii'pjtit toil* mouth from ten forty high \ I of hlr li' ill-owning rusts They
r season. will not' allowed' to pass: I'-lilal.: t :<. Mr. S'owcombo 1 bclievesthut : the to, her.
half and from the :summit of some .'coined to Olt :Silt :
\ tho second margin,
to W:111
I : beginning ripen without' an increased, crop of vegetables for W 111 steamer: is raiod and all the 1 down had .
grow'n andthu? thil'.11'r,11' about the size; of a of tho highest; : Mull; can be !seen thceouutry. I bodies anrecovered' the .1.alh'\ol will honot 1hl'wd,11'11 'fall; tll'oh'I'II'o .\ had got
of Madison
Northern marke-ts. iI Ir. .I L. I inrlb. tl'
pullet ('g-g.. Master Clnirliu! i i.* quite! a young like a fascinating; ; panorama' ', :spread ,out far;\ 11'011 one hlll.h',1, : i I'. 1'WI.tll'l' I more 11 the centre. I i'rmhllug -
can give you some idea of the 1 profit was Ii' in rl-iI'II': nf hi* .111"1
1'111imllll',1, with the I time for many: miles around. Mine ankle in doing :so, tho excitement -
; ]lad.' but i is orange, ; to gal in Urooklyn. ; my
cultivation.Mnrtoii. : place;
and attending their "l'ollll'ril.\:
:snores.: : \ 'I'ldl' was so great I that I
:spirit l nnd i is: hound to have a grove. Hecommences Spring; twenty-live! mile from lime month i i.* I lie wa* Ilall: \ i', hi" bruised 111'1I1''I'1 Ilth'I.1i by
FIII/'I'dl man
the t I good 1 work at tlie I right t age Jj.Pl/eI"" I said to bo one of tho finest: in the State: far I and, 11\1'1'1,1' : li.1 being swathed, in hand- thl'lI.lltll'I'. TII.II-t: one on ItW'I'board her: fr0:1tIll' :

to enjoy( the full fruits( ; : of his: labors.; -S'" We chronicle t the arrival hereyesterhiy for nineteen in tlie of
/ fire glad to of)t its waters, ('apt.\ l Kdwnrd:,I l informed 11'1'1 year splashing: I through t the water, which WIiIIW
Trl"Jl"llph. morning, t the first I time in the history I the Frontier ; Company, and al..oill I
: hurrieanodeck. He
I'all..h\ I knee-deeii I Ill I tho I flunghinwlf (
lJ I for
BH.tlllt tl. us that t the river i is navigable 1 that of time I : :-: : : -
mail. \Vewill ; :1'alllla1011 in nnd Tho $
of towlI.Il.ltily nowreceive | 'h'lllcr'I
ThelI1I: of. $loOOtio' ( ,\ ) appropriated' for thorestoration steamers twenty-live miles: Up; fnrthcron in pany'' plying; II'tw'l'l :11 'IIi". I keel wa then( 1\11..lu'III't I I but 1, wo
I IIi1n't
of tIL it' I'onsacohi Navy: Yard.I 1 became our mails i : daily except Mondays.'a places time channel i i.. obstructed with rooks, 'hi.* is klll11' I' of the roughest: and know it maul. the(1 horror of being .
\\ have long been, \ entitled. to I this favor I foggiest: m route* on t tho I New F.ngland coast: ,
available on the* I 1st inst.-having: been ; I hut they can be e-asily "111 1,1., .\ steamer: will ill those t the vortex after her spurred tiM t to I bo oil I
the hat be in t tlio Post-OHioe, ( ) gre-atiy exceeding I respect\ anythingto that couldbo
from t '' t : took 'ar-then' was only one
the credit of the yard, expenditure" powers wintcr--.s'! .\.1"I I hits i l-i tll' '
I placed to navigate: the river next: r lie found in the statement ,
: "II'\ and used it best I The
Department\ and have greatly needed it for II got t a : ( 011.1
during the !fiscal i '(beginning at that date. 50"r('. a* follows : man who' to "... how, I''
the facilities. 01'ollr l large and growing; moreantile I wa. a paM-ngor I 1 I thetirrn'i t I i rH, 11,1111'1 tn'ill"
hear that work will probablys'onn tho I from Oi Iho tho bottom,
Wenrc glad to I The Sumter Ailt'iiucc I says t I trip i was examining .hol'ln II
Iu"iness.-1.iitsir. on : She left Pier ::1:1: North I i i
)be begun, and many: who need'! it will Paintka to U'esburg by the :St.: .IIIIIII.\, : .">11":1'::><> ; "11, and wa* crowded I with 11'1'1'lt pasengers. i of the boat. Tho. water : "I II almost

,thus: find, eini'l']")'lIIl'lIt-I't'IMrr"lfrftr., Orange. I Lake Futi: 1'ailroad: : is made: '' in t twelve I Tho u :-1I'.rool"t u Wl'I'l'llllal1I1\1 I I I m I to I time gunwales to as bale.we 1\ln"h.1 "it overalDerbv 11.1 !.

Mr. J. I JI I. \Vileoplaced I two magnificent in most' of I ( were two htI11liMt ; I.1.11 vyero
] \ Ijind I cannot keep' 11"1 hat '
Mr. Thomas Cairns !so well i :tIlIllhvorahyknowlI hours.- speculators upexliorbitant hall 111 Ill' II" t\\1 high onboard 1
pineapples of t the !'otrllwhl'rr'al'il'l u on our I in land without, \ t th,' e-abin* wore lll.tl 11.1 so were tho upon and they thing out the water prettyfast. ,
damaging -
in this city n.a hard working and( \ prices : : docks( to the 1" 1 had with) me( my nieceMiss -, I

I honest: man, died last night:: from t the effectsof 1I"11'\I-t: \ : Thursday. They were grown tuthi i ( t their own interest*, and I that I of t tIuiirisvmm I Carrie Norton: n'I'1 years old I, mynephew As :
place at Lake Cicneva, and are a fair sample : t twelve 1'tu'. anil fifty II' sixty 11111'
hindin i
moderate' of year
Mr.1 Cairns in Tho price Fralk.
I an overtaxed !system. a community. us, some with I life I '", !'IIdhldl
of ho has of thl'lIIl1l': kind, iihi'4 I I :s'Mer of, the ( oftl !
many more rllt'1''a'I' The HIWkillgl. I 'lgll''r others and bits, of thowreck.
West immigration. chairs to
spirit of accommodation( e'onsentcd to entera Our tho ; ; I (' AVii td"/ wllo11"I going I bom J.: t to oars
ste-amboat boiler, only n few hours after which are rapidly coming to maturity. higher prices' of land here and 'on the :St.John's charge. I got tho voting ladies a state. Others still were struggling I'rai -

t the steam hall bocn discharged: but the heat Northern friends will never know luhv luscious l i : Uiver{ keep 1 back: I improvements, and I rtoli, my just forward of time port l'IIltl-III.' t tically water without 111\'lll t their to bear head them I Theyshrieked up.Tho .

him he pineapples( \ are Whl'lIl'hwkl'.ll'ipI' from will until I the leveling t time i (comes. Manyu when tho I .iiiiiiitini struck, I," IIlh'I'Wlrl WI" wih ; *
anil ulxiou'lIpON overpowering, \ I to us! to tlkl' t 111'1 in. For th the until and t try t them changed I it to, 'one, 1I'f of I 1"14 10"1 door where
they come
l plant, : 'For <'od's make 1
and will remain lovoof heaven < :
was compelled: to suspend! work. (On) his: man i i. now 1.11\111"1'" ojl1..t there wa* less and. motion., S'tti: IllI:
here. -The i following wit.I.l'attorr: is authentic. \ board, I heartliososureahi:1 I ,
: :
take can
exit from the boiler. h(' was notice-d. to be iu ; j so' long a* ho prides' himself upon' hisvie ...I..k I went dOWI to the ('IIll.I't"l, us: on
those faces It horrible !
About two w'l'k1H'J' ili\n and nee now. wa I
and the of IlilIIl"la.ln'tl' until his golden, 111.1 saw that the I wll'I.I. were Ilkt '
a dripping state of perspiration, % : opportunity 1'01 One old, man clung to t the "h'll. and anotherto
Power wife while sitting on the veranda, o eighteen to 1I $ n .
r fleets of the cold air and ice water which he I i % passes away forever., --Smithr ..littllHCf .\ t 11 o'clock-, I lh't'l cani'-oiiton I'l'\'IIIII"II"the rear IIUI11.t to the Ill'l'l, begging and beseeching to In-
at their home mile or two from Fort llcidengaged .
:a taken in, Tho In the boat :shoute-d :
drank e'ongextion which haihllrJ'il'tl : i people
I brought on take a look The-ro was only one
in sewingVa4 suddenly horrific ,';lIlt"UI"f'('. IU'tllIIII about Shove thl'mlirf! Shove t them oil'' I :said I : ,
(Cairns and I : to tiit'thick
him his : wa"a (
to gran'11' thl'f' hill I
to observe! a large wild-rat slowly stealing .\ recruiting agent of ('apt.V.. L.I WIlIt.1 111111 fog and II"k.,. rate at which! the 1 No, not till we have to. )Ir. Hoyt.of lo-!
number one mechanic, and only a lOll, on tl one II' t h"I, and we; I finallygot
along through the gra** and bushes: on one hour contractor of the Wnyci-oss & Jacksonville 1 boat wa* going.' Weexpected i I to IIrrhl'lt Id.l
both the side. There
months !since excited the sympathies," of the Stoidngton :' 2, and I wns I 1"l'r wen;
community in the' loss of n wife, who was: sideof t the yard toward her brother's, John Hailroal, has been III town the PI'I'II'lItwt''k sitting It.1lw"1 t. 10111,1, so that they twenty-two people III tho li imtt. Tim water

burned to death from kl"roselll'-It will Foster's: child, a toddling infant, that wa soliciting' lutlHi4 to work on th(' newroad. would liii Vi' I plenty of time to dre-ss before-, was! within two I inches of flu.' gsuimvmtie, and

hi the 'ltrl1. I Its intention wa evidently the, 1'lmelnait if had been the slightest sea wo should.
playing He Wednesday night, with nine taking trlll visg''hii.ttrumIghitmilieu' : tl.t' .
of readers .
doubt bo to our tho
no a surprise many was
and there on n boo line I don't think t sho Illn' putting
to attack the child, being ; II.1'1'll1Il'r 14\\'IIIll.
tceii.-Lire Out JSullrtiit.HUMItLlf o t I ready, t to
thole-Jiins pull
: to kllow that the duty on the cargo of t : course one imint In half an ""ur. wlll'l u\
110 men folks at hand, Mrs.: Powers pro\'ell of sudden white face of
n woman .
the French hark Vigo, which e-onsist. ofrailroad I t : t !she wa.Mowing her viulst It's nt 1 thl
and connections equal to the eIl1Cr;I'IJ(')". {Seizing a stoutpiece MUXIUII'AL I'llUHi. least: 111'tll minute, nnd In1 twice n min out of the w'um fey, nail I her UtIOllill'.11' :;
iron, plate ,
her !
of a board she ntl\'lInC.t1l1IHIII the rat, The cities of t the North !hnd I West! I ma yegriuvli ute. She blew n* often, nnd as hard us! i'hrmti'mimiiers neck, dlk"II11'( !lrl'klljun'
::4 amounts, to $W!). OO in round numbers.) The t hue coast III thickerweather. Sa vet me I For (;lu 1.1. I4lk 11 1(! Thowater
on even
( ami begun; : a ,vigorous:<::1I11t. For some with marvelou rapidity during the lrlhl mine.
otf to
tarill'calls I for 'nt for one hundred1iiIfldS I that the and trlpp.t ('ollllu'l' on
seventy (( : can Captain
I )
of i increase not
last decade but the rate ins
the blows ,
time the rat would either dodge or I It I (' : : by 1\
: ) on iron( ami twenty cents on (con the pretension- the local pilot fully complied with tho law in this respect. '- WI' 'tkI \
always equaled
: [ ,
; but i It ( in the lont : 'Pn I..h
seize the hoard in its mouth, finally Suddenly wo he-ard t two other whistle rpo. Im'l "hIIIL..1
I \ ,1Il.tIOIl.-Thc: fore part of last monthpromised t press. The census taker. havo discovered her 1 hauled her III, almost tearing her
made\ a break and rail11' a tree close. lit serious between! I the popular' *, one niter the other nnd,1 the holm was otr'
but of fees to and' in tho tho
!1,1 little in the way our 1.11,1111
hard the! head I.tolot
nport I swing !
hand. Mr.( Powers! then took the child In. estimates! and the enumeration.St. jammed Iunt'l bont."Then.
accommodating county clerk, but with the lug around, tost.irboard.' thought
; Louis furnishes the most conspicuousexample : 1111'k !
1'\:' the house and sent," her little girl to a neigh : Home one called out that the
1 followed 1
'i nomination of Hancock, and the $1">0.000I of exaggeration in the claim tllprotfl'I tWllthl'r whi..tI c'ill'lIthJI\ 111
I office ensued borV for a gun, but by the time it camo the Instead of fion/XK< ) people' claimed ''111' st 1 : ahead h ; t I j in the'bow was the chief mato of time .\i/II"-'
the ,
\ appropriation, u riu-h on / gas..ut1.Ve were all astonished. I asked!
rat down ami disappeared' in the treat ( .Ittl'l're 1 11\,1 t the- first t two so quickly that W'I.utl.} :
SuSie residents of the Future '
as :
; '
t in .\ the chief mate? I He said that heWHS
,I' and ten marriage certificates! were i issued cut down Just] distinguish apart.: I cried to the re yon
Is tht'11
-ocruh.-&mll Florida Jvuriml.I'UtlKlHl. are only
and I tho command I to him.I .
I* short order. Things now look more promising. from 175,000) tllll.IIIIO.: > On the other hand.! man with mo, "We're J.tlhl/ to 1'11 lit,) 'I'I"I..llp I :
asked I him I if I he I knew m I we wore, !
something! and tvit iii' lag for the Wt ul.1
has been /
.-PfHtnrvlit Ailrauct, New York ]iHl.VOirO) more than
1( he sail that he didn't know. I asked' biiirwhether
feature about the tide of im- estimated, and the! Increase at (Chicago and (trash, I ran to I 11'lh'w'! The ) the wind ortlu
hopeful he had{ I *
tlailmleti any
i; ; flruu kiyii hums: been correctly chronicled.Tho \ wa* the filth 1'1'111 t ir of tIll sa 1,1'11t'
liv f : 1 lM-t :Saturday night some one broke pen 'migration to Florida i i'u, that MO many romo correction of th'M'I popular error has: I'HI ami ulmtit fifty feet away from where I time wo had been rIII ho 1 being' chief
mate and it his watch on deck
1 : me of the windows of the railroad' and telegraph to settle or to }prospect! for others. With an Important bearing upon the sanitary xtood when we heard the strange whitle-s. He I !Im\'ill.I'1 had llo-

l land] enough to take care of u million olpeople standing of the various. cities! and will correct I just got even with the door when time boat replied not.
tf : otlicc at the depot and made an attempt : < that have been truck, crashing into each other with tWf(1 us, and with thu ns !istnnco of Mr.Hoyt .
deceptive figures I
k. to open' the iron safe, but did not succeed. } and with ad vantages entering into published: under the) authority ot the National grinding and I gritting 10111 'hrl! weonId and one or two othtl who lull! their
innumerable now industries, and with facilities ,. hour tho cutting tearing of senses, we managed to keep the boat out
The burglar is supjvosed to be a person Hoard of Health. The ( ,1W( deaths! nlt til lt
:!- the wake of (the' We heard]
.f fa: who has been about the depot ti great t for the humblest and the lHlon'St to workout reported for 1879 in !St.: ouh represented a t lie planks. I had been 'oli.illli, before, I whistle \/1/1' but knew it 1
amid tho sounds Tim 111'Whl'f'lu
.1mlnlltl who saw money placed in the safe a ]living, easily, with a modicum of mortality rate of 17 per. 1,000 instead] of MMwl were' mm'itliur flIll it, or cantedver wasn't 111, because .Il hail, no stcnm&n-t
I \n''I"rl
12.: i.lielow
as officially report C( rll I
at a late hour Saturday afternoon.Now pluck, or stick," Sunnier expressed it, give the of ,several > to port ,her guards wereunder her ('w'rl out. I am snlislled 1 t that theboat
tj we
111t .
that the are riiH.'n- and with taehilisdti'try us characterizes flueortlierui cities in 1.S8U compared{ with the tuurreumtCstifllatCM .vater.... .I f,...* ..V ,r.ii.$ ...- ,"" .llinfl I,, ,, .11..ii. .. caught Jire from! the cscai'ing) I .II the!
s' seasons crops __ .. ... iiiwH.il thiIUUht'I tsiIihi; tWigirlW furnace \\hen' the water t"we1 into the
,. jug rapidly, and soon tho cry for shippedcorn or western, people' way slioiiulnot : /i/lllllr,1 madt take tho two lifepreserverwhich furnace ,I"II. time gas could' lot escape out

will e-eae.-Hee-ently we have had Florida\; !tlourisb, III tho near future, its Atfiutl ulatt'iit.l'tip- l\ii>,,lntlim. ) hlll tll up III their "tllh'.nlol. I lelt II of the moke-stack, nnd camo nut of the
J .
.t plenty of rain and crops are now looking never before, or a* many of the Western, New York.i,210fl5)O< \ i.ll'yiooPhiladelphia ( I gentleman below to stay with tlel andirrojifd diHirs instead, ,( .filiI' to .the Uiat. Wo

:: : much better than they did some weeks States have III the past ? No reaon in the ..........., m-.l.: !*; floi.rssoBrooklyn my wny down below In til ": : 'finally pulled lut lt Jlil. struggling--

'if". ago. I world why our State should not fairly jump ...........?.... Wl,0'l! .riC4.4lS. I (ft t th<: lights went 11t) to see what damage' I uJllirlWIII 110\.h'\ 11.1.1 got to I tl ,"I.mlm4 V
Rice of Ha.! hardest
.. -dipt. A. J. Thomasville Chicago.: .......:.......... 477,I*>0 :.1 issiswj, wns ,111('. I / W.t. we* of all,
I .. recently purchasefl the mill and adjoining forward for the next ten yean, now that our .'\1 I "I got into tho ( through the Vtll up her .itt. 'h..1 was but one- lad-
( St. Louis.................. .TO," ) If 1,111111 'III-r.MIlI 'I
lands. of Cheater: Cue, in Liberty county, climate and resources becoming iiI) widely Cincinnati I............... :2$Iii( ,1.''if: :!I'\II 1,5((5 Ml gang-way, and found I from two to' three Ih'r.llllh. threalem-devery se-rond tu

and last by Ids wife known. -The steamer City /ViV arrived Washington ............ int.uiri. 1711(11"11)( ( 0 I inches of water ori the luil i deck I It t had I I under the, J.tuurt.and swamp n*. 'flit'least
Thursday, accompanied ,
afternoon Cleveland I................. 7J'H5! ( t I7'>,(0Ixmlsville come in throturh the i>orM uimil I dll.kM when l"tolof 111' 1'0",1 t.llu'r1\ would
passed through town on his way to visit his, early Thursday! ulUll'rllcl.l't.l up \ ................ 11 12,1MM: \ ) I l7Il' she canted. The cii ine-r, m was all on I have In the ('uhll ;') ./.'//Amy //.

newly acquired i*>.ssessions.! Mr. Rice to San Mutco, 'five miles above here. We Milwaukee.............. 131/imi: 17.III'O:! (Ire, the smoke and. tlamcs rolling upward niece helx.-d] rhafi the humus 1" u

t tanks Liberty county is the garden spot of learn that she carried twenty-six", passengers' New Haven............ :U 7Atlauta mIIW,( ) and licking the woodwork, which trims !blaz- drowned woman, trying to bring' her back '

", and intends it his home. from that place.-(.'apt. Joe Smith i* to be .................... 42: ,&" $l II.J)( ,I lug Tin-re wise II strong trnft. and the tin'Iiiereet"sl to life, but without effect One of lie re' '
the earth, making I 1 I hurried In e-ned on the tltyo/> ) .'rL-
) :sslngthe passengers
Indianniolis] ........... 77. O I 1111'INN' ; 111
I He Is a thorough business man, possessed of commander of the Steamer' Ham Captain Minne-upolis: exhibits time most remarkable 0! shaft of the wheel, roiild feel ttt'. heat wlutflr'one on IH'nl.'rll.1 forjdno

; abundant means, and will make a citizen of Smith is one of the moat uccumixLiting and development, having now \,111II!\, ) inlinhitnnts !- coming through from the (engine-room. I. Aw hAdll.t. it WI put .r"nll carried

whom county should he I'rou.-It.iflty popular captain* we ever had on the river, against )3,0ft) ten years, ago. ,Atlanta I I I passc.l Lip stairs. there was n rush h (If halfnaked hut they did not l1rl.h much. '
any la. next with incre-ase of !'JHr i. jia-sr-ngerH men, women and children. Mr; Xcw'ullll is of opinion that the fa)1-
comes" an
and we gladly\ welcome. him Itack.-l' Jferuld, ('en t. in the saloon two Jf11H.iwlh hand j ali pilot of A'arruyiiifftt, In run

a Levy. Herald.Pulatku. The growth of the six: 1 calling cities has I lights were endeavoring to l'I t tu. ( thug tw'lv.miles an hoiirthroughthe thick
Thietet1arKeyJur.wiIoftlie 3d says : "We it the supply and distributing Lc.'l'n'er)' irregular. While Cincinnati has i guished ga1-jl'h. One of WI xtn'l (ug. only mild l what every other steamer on

!had ten steamers in the harbor on Thurs place of goods fur a vast district, of country added only 14 ircent during the decade, : lug to piinle-strickcn ira.scngern to the Sound mxl New F.nglund: e-oat docs, ami !
quiet t. thf-re was treml, n.' I knew thfo to that the danger of lying still and drifting in
has The .
I I Chicago gained 5 >e-r cent. great .
day. Who says this doo* not look like enterprise by means of navigation! on the St. John'sand metro[>olis has augmented l its number after be false, but it was mount for tie best to such weather wa* greater than that of keepingon. -

?' iu tributaries. Here too, cypre-Mi red.I passing the million, at the rate of over:! percent kwji the people (cool mill ulo" time to He says that they have; to keep the '!.

JIadUton. cedar, and white cedar or junior, ran ho i cr annum, while IJrooklyn's\ j>crntageof pn-pare. t Some one whi" jM-n- | that the boat name ('IUI'all follow tl same btMrlllf" lIt ,

Mr. K. I). Ueggs offers the Madison Hew had in great ubnn.lal1ee.11 material for c .' for the decade I is, forty.Sew .- was on fire. The J'C1l was trriMl. Men ("f&y weather in "' (' < .;-
r | (heir knees and pruyeit, and] If they loitered or drifted they would tin.
( | wo 1
t tier and all the material of the office (or Jr 'an6 'tcayuite. Ilrlll..111 .
making hollow-ware\ I Ill' easily procured.
can : sale and says..: My object for dwpocing of And then if tluj manufacturer: .huuIIllld. life-boat. Carrie (my niece) naiil, 'I know thinks that running( on

the Recorder is! that I desire to finish my education. here to a detiire tot water jower he ran tlndjust TIIK immigration revived the )ort of where there's one, uncle,* and led the way keeping straight ahead Is the least tlCtll.11
New, York during the first nix months ofi to the after liMit >ort where heJU1.1 iiiMtanet-tf the fact that on the I i
Letters as to terms, etc., should be UI til j II.le. I
outside limit
town u perennial lMm'i larger: total by ll'.oixt than thee Line T'
lio\y : N'1 one from I.tr It terIMIU window. on the Maine coast, where tlU fog* are,
ddreod to me. stream of uniform volume, suitable and lIuf. .. |i'eri.I| in IHTJ: which, until now had She) was ('MII 1 and Kclf-jxiMxciMM-d wonderfullytut thicker than 11 the Hound. theruptain,* :

As the morning train l hound west, last lid ut for alibis work, u resjicctable imper( stood as the highest figure for the past twen-I I fur a girl of fifteen. She went ahead and have followed 1 this j.raclicc for thirty year* '

'1k Monday morning cured the Aucilla River mill besides. We refer to the romantic WhiteWater ty-five years. Tim total I for the pat nix: mounted the l lather leading to the hurricane without a .single accident. He timate:* the A,
months is 177.1.01, or more than tune times I deck at tiexame) time helping her friend Mi slluckingup. niiinU-r Umrd at 4-*>0, l the h-.t tit i
,. it truck> an old negro man, knocking him Hranch, around which the hLjh and'I the number of thriMu who came during: thai She wan true little 1111. .I "

I 'n.t"1"bIf. The train ..tol'l..ol} and took h him healthy pine land lies ready to beat (MAMS***! I ..lf loriocl of last yetir. The New York I'I'I 1 got her brotht-r up.I The crowd!lerHlnl.in the I

2- on to Tallahassee. lie had* a watch, ;& razor cheap rate*.-Mr. ( eo. J. 7.ehnbar, $r., I Tribune says most of the IrllIlgrlnl are il'ior* and pa.ng. was terrible, and It was NEW YOHK July $.Colonel l't tuiii, >>

and everalother resident of a IMttidl.than tlw. ar- .ltcll to ktii together, but we 1111ag.1NllthIW. nephew of Kx-: Jove-rnor Tilden. died the &
about thirty cents in money t who for many yean was a of Orange riretl at
lolt years.Er Whe I
'u uot on the roof I found : House .
things about' his jr'on. Almut nine ) Spring: ha moved to our city, where I I man throwing otf the ('U\'l't of the la.tlifeUnit. (tH'l.t .(. tl. morning.he-en Til fl'uth.from. %

o'cliK-k of the same day he died and was buried he will make his home. Mr. Zelmbar is one I will he I drl race tMtWP1 Ohio and : I \the one next to i 1111"leltht ) : the 'uJuld IYtr.t: HOII-H. tu te), rcsi .
at TallaluisMt J On Investigation it wa j jhanied of the oldest citizens of our State, having I Illinois f.II the thinl place il population cut the falls at the bow too tll| In\'uIUr'II"I. ('el|. IVlton hatl' ben fC-
the States. Ohio was lightiy ahead it ( and' head
and moved here in aniJ caiviztil went IIIM'I fort-mint. Ing for and on Monday tu 5
wit.iJmtiiesiuiitb wa
3',11.1111 took in the old "
that his name part I 'IlII)1
? in 1s7", hut Illinois has hUrt '| 1II"r.rait- We all clustered around the remaining lout, resulting fnuu ciuUiiiue !
that he uwl to belong; tl) Mr. James Smith, Indian war of Ifilt.:: We gladly welcome J him I idly since. The |)>iiijatioii| faluul fur the a metallic lif. -U.nt, and one tithe largest on Muddt-nly the heart. ut :a. m. to-
{.Shell Point, who has rtUtive in Madin. among us. -The country bat:k ut paUitka tWi Stuti-nbv the t' (IUil andOiicago tJJrlt I wa set in crane*, or framcn braced will tuke J''U: Fri.lay.at X u. j.5 lrumnn.r.y! (11"nl

from has : TriIua. U3ju( '. The negro man was on his way undergone a complete change Iu the th"ul'it ) will Uconviynj to-
I not cztrtiI tbU these SUteai wuull.. it. cut the lanyards at the stern null tric l New I IMIIOII f.) int
j I Hiel!! Point to Madison: and Live Oak to visithU hut few year*. KJght: ycure ago it api-caml ('IfIJ.n. on the IJ..i. t if .PI"lrtiul'| to above uf; but it %t.ss ton heavv. I brac..| riulejj*hi* brother r Henry nw.t.and Jo\'tlwr

*J1lC of : children. When the train struck comparatively desolate, the c.ttleuient were merit of one member to every 11: ,(1 I. 'pcn.le. tn'seh( n. Iatl a< I coul-I' IU.I.fi.I..1 t again mother omit daughter w rr at his 4.t'&tk'.t.


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r .5u.1ilrI.1i1, : >.. I Then came n long 1\11I1} terrible pau c. Kverj' !But it t is IIfCIIIIIOt "otlr '1IIIt('which, Tat t ;'J 1 0'( to:k in the afternoon;: ; :of the:'return of the "aUll'lh'I.1 What nn unusual clamoi,

Hnll1t'IIIIWnft often-\\licn the days arching man on board held his breath, while straining makes all cHllerclu' JI.t t as the boat Uosctcto oecupy the valleys of Tuv, thus what din !
d, : his eyes into the boiling whirl of foam' ran alongside wrl'lk. another tremen threatening dclc'useles-s Caracas. '11" it l ltt'nse 1 cloud 1" of smoke covered the space-
And golden. lie. sLeripeniagfleldsuf\ I /; grain, bilow. Once, a few of/ the 1I'l'III'.I.Ijhlt..1 dous !sea' overwhelmed, hot h. here was n was that affairs were becoming c.trl'lwh'! Nothing could be, seen The combat war
Like cadence of some half-forgotten !song naunglhetn tliriiight!; thi>,\' taught: ight" of !''ond. (ra"b, 1",0(1 th.ri the first, and noth lumpliiiitedHovcs I -usp,'n.Ted. for moment. The smoke was
There sweep-Mi memory, across IIIImlill.. the !sailor's, black bead in the midst of the ing remained. strong !'Ohll but I tossing was!be ing) cured of his'ouIIII! 11.1JII'C cleared. IW3Y, nod I all could. see wcl whuth.l1111I'Il1
t I h'urtlle lallilmillilr among the grass, white, seething breaker ; but the next, moment 110' of JJ'Ikl'l ', ,vigorous than ever; be was n'1"lldllll 'fl'lt .
J ". The drowsy iiiurinitr in the !' .nted l )limes ; 1 a mountain wave rolled in and covered Inl wllt. w us the captain ? to rush on Holnlr. His forces' 11tlllrlll! .\lll'ric:11: I icauric -
1 watch t till nuliuiit; huitterflk-s that pass, all Had: the daring Mxiimnc IIT.t..l-( I the blindini, ; pray and the deafen- rior. We ))11.110:1llnahlc. and ('XI't'ril'IIt.1" had dismissed his "OI.Jil't. nail with. .
.Imli11111sealat l I !' 'I lFickatheartsuuetiues- (..1, 1 1 he pcrMicd, 1 in the attc'nipt No in,* upnur. no one but the man bcsidu him ulliccrs, eould. not be easily I his ow.n hand: had fired the tnajsmno when!
Sometimes. one could I say noticed. L'ill'1'Icllnprantaista rope around Caracas assistance ; but on n.\IIII'I"1 t\ he !'aIhe/ dwelling filled with enemiesSublime ,
They are \vcrjfew things moreditlkult, hit left arm, and plunge into the 11'1 But of a C'/llt with the enemy in front, it was of nn heroic !'oul !
. I Sometimes, when royal winter holds. his I"r requiting mote kill mid judgment, than the ne\t moment his call was beard from not to weaken lore and. more ourforce. how nun'Illl'rlinltun'! much glory !
l swa.v.When .'. carry I lope 111101II I stormy el. 'l the midst of the mass of flouting i wreck ; ;, Holivar; however forgot ge-nc-rouslj-
-\ I'I'dllUtt. is !wcpt frmn azureskies I a lalll1I11 it may 11'11 merely a <|1ICliol and. hiscomradc-s, haulinginthplinchruughtwith his only looking at that of hit M1SCKLLAXKA.A .
of breasting the \wave, between one point it (Captain Hardy, senseless from the 'IwlIleril ;; and {picking out three .
Ami fro/('u pool and lighted hearth are gay and. another ; but, such is by no means the blow of a falling splinter, and hundred of his blststddkerrlie put the Major 1"\ (ioosK.: -An interesting t relic ispreserved
With laughing lips amid, yet more, laughing;: case. To avoid. a wile or tii; take advantage !himself! bleeding freely from a t'rjle TIIOIIII'11 Cc-nertd their head and marched ll'in: in the ColcNtreamtiuards' i
I"nti\ glass case
eyes, I of it ; to know when to c!c''IIIIY div in the fiJrl.llc'III1111 Ja thl'l to i e'llital, Marc h 10. This column I nt It consists -
.r Proof far-ofTdays nn cilio wanders 1 byw III. when to rise on the crest of l w as .\ 'If'V the hardest part of the set out, in obedience lo the strict order of of thc m'dl'rh'-rollll head and neck Whillhall of (', around\ [
.''d Tint makes! a discord in the Christmas ; to husband Oll"' strength at one' work. To return to the I point against the tlC Liberator, beatingtheirdrumsand living which is golden collar with I goose the I inscription :
chime, moment, and put it forth to the lit ha, t at cuneiit was !''o111J' impossible ; their only colors in of the enemy.: "Jacob I ) Second Battalion Cold-trenm
A moment In the dame or talk t 1..Ijh another-all this h 111..1 be thought of, in the (finances : hl ,1 straight for timeshare, was a boast "fn1iew' ( ; it was also; I I I (riiard"; : "' Beneath; it are time words, "DiedonDuty.
t And seem half-lonely. the crowd ,v ometline very crisis of tlC I.ri, if the task I is to Ieudil.t right through;: the worst fury of the breakers. stratagem, sit that Eaves, or his second, suj. ..,
''- at 31 ore than once all seemed over with t Il'l; posing themselves about to be attacked on In Ks:! broke-out in our Canadian
:Sometimes. : \ I cheer comes pealing f1'011 the but the old). fisherman whit steered 1 1" their rightliwk; / they should reinforce that I rd'I'liul 1 two battalions of the
+ ,
II"t'1 {loud and hearty as to be heard. cool I and: steady as if only onai>lcusurc-trip, wing with their best troops and be alert and. guards pl were, ( sent!thither to assist in quellingit
Not often, nor fur long. I O' frieii'l my friend; 111\c IIllhe roar of the 1 We wool'.t t 1 lent our life that \\e in.ly weep, and again, ti every cranny of no moie than drop! of rain. The moment as he did, marching tranquilly., to his destination them. Both occupied the citadel -
The tlnn'cr of earth liath the seems mill\' lehoc's. her the sand one II corps{ ?
-clrnyncd.lay !soon great cilr il kl.clolc.lltll a score of strong in their turn
an end ; lie 111t ill(' done it, sir, :avs the boatswain ,, I 11111" to drag Ill'l 1'1'01.1. the All happened. thus : The advanced forces Quebec which, and ordered to he SUlpll'l1
'&' :Should I l I our fair spring l a l longer sojourn i to the lirt nlhcir, "fil I bet the r''ecnnlin'tant I reach II the wa'vc-s; IOliler cheer passel the night on their arms, and on the 11 in different parts of time town and neigh
keep ? in my hands than Llr.t forth when it was seen that fallowing day when )( already. borhood. '
r c "InOIIll'l1l1l: tot fount lie lino t of fading leave' Sure eneiiigh;: in another moment tlC narrow not one! lan was missing. far on Ids march, the olltiaa"enemy : Near one of these I guards was a farm yard ,
'j Come on the ,.1 "'i"t (,old. day*. We must black line stood clearly out against the Yl'ltllh'r. when Commodore: Richard. that they had. been deceived Such a deceit which had the
riie of the scum far sane distance Hardy, retired. from the with MIn'.lulllh 111 ravagesof
a Ihtwldte 1It'II', 1 exasperated him, and with the 1'\Il1'IH'chat foxes animals that that period
And "go oar vvav' and garner lioine uurheave. ) although farther out it was !sion andjiaronete-y. to console him for 11'1- Bolivar had. reduced. his forces, ( lt the farm
,r .', completely 111,1,11'1, I bv, I ll leaping vvave-s.: loss of bis left arm, he was: never seen unattended i him on the Iltb, although unsuccessful, the 1 in great pest' to had the been colonists suspected, mil of as being the
Though some Gir-Gdnt regret may: el"l nd "Now, my cr CI\1 Hardy, "oIl by his onfidcntial) H'r'ant, t short, Liberator ptnviag to him that lie relied 1 more meeting question place of 'the rebels, chain of sentries i,
our e.vcs with 'Ol. and yon fast. 'If Ih 'k-ll man, wil a tl1'1 searueross bis on the heroism and Fidelity of his troops than it. 1
:Sometimes..Some i were IIlr.lilJ' (enemy ', \oll.III't ask fot'II'a.l. : -dinucr story on numbers.Ostentating. whose was placed Illuo watch S1-
you to I titt ; Ilt this is a dille'rent tiling ; w ims"haw, nlenodhishonarlvaspretty nigh ) the intrepidity and extra"rti-' try the faint duty his was the'clltrII'I'of Inan
} 'tilne-s I se-c a light almost t divine I don't take my ,it IIII these planks, till swampc-d'bout twell-I 'e 'elU ago, when nary bravery in the defense of unusual raise, ItentiollUralt'll ; ,
In meeting eyes'of two that now are one, every other IIll 111"t.f\ ; sip the sooner the old finililfd went .. in Ridgcmmintbay. the (, executed a movement upon the whence it Ilt 01 looking, he beheld u
r Impatient of the; tear that rise!!! to mine, r"l 111 get less till 'ol'l ."-1 hit'id /'rr. in the maths Uaiii HHilnn.AXTOX10 the Uoyalists on the night: of the 10th, under fine spot goose fleeing .roel'l'llcd closely, pur'uctl" '
I turn away to !seek some work undone., kit' le waiting. the shelter of the oscuriIY.lllllt davbreak a fox His first\impulse was to have .
here ditw nr a look upon\ some stranger face; Time concluding joke, grim as it wax, RICA UICTIi. of the 17th; he charged and them at the latter: but this! would havealarmed
I think, How like and jet how tar I hiss touched his h'IT'r' in the right; l.ue. 'l'1'y !' thclcl\'c11I! the I ,
I fair answered I hi' with a cheer, ami/ at II- Simon Bolivar; the Liberator of South l'nlllltct1"lllIgui'ohlll iranadian. CulonclIlerntongems the h guard and brought] ('0111):1) '

I .And look and 1 look again n milsil"k to trace gan to push I themselves' upon their perilous Ann-lie, as Dr. irra/.abul says, established i M.IAI and the i, punishment on hlll'lf for
{HI Mann He therefore
More than his headquarters at San Mateo the of LII.'ut was ('OIIlc.l, to remain
A moment more jour fancied likeness journey. once aslitkdcrywas : :llth Tonus Montilla.Meanw .
there heard from the depth of the daikncsn, Jcbrlan. 1S14. He |11"c"4c1 there one of I !silent spectator' the seine, while
bile Hoves ho )head of
as a furious wave tore some 1 properties, which he upCrcllut every step brought rl''lart nearer to hi<
Sometimes.i poor ha.lllherltcII
fl'lo\ hiI hosts (20th( ) ) ), who received. him
from the slippery{ cord, and whirled hll frl his parents ; and formed of his prey
N (I sadslvtctthoughts O foolish!:'. \ainregicts away reached to 111:ltCtlll; hit the T'alt'l. part hll I' I fort to resist the impetus of theSpanish him a.s demonstrations 1 he genius: of war.of great He joy became, greeting impatient ran In tl head height 1(1.IIIC'k of. its:despair between the the poor legs bird of
the shore in : the commander of
hailed :
As wine it were what time June rO"I'lIlow) :afl'I' htl enemy HO\'CI to kill dreadful in wickedness .
the forces; ; the soldier in its frantic endeavor, to rcadltl
lusty beers of the Spanish was at Cura.The Ilt
Iblt'rll'I .
To because the first blueiolit
\\'I''p| \/l'l 1I' and ; thirsting for all the excesses refuge vhmkittlescutryboxcouldafi'brd,
a turn of the ( the Liberator knew that Roves was %-
\Ve found has faded 111 tliit : preii.iring
spring long ago.O 'llIe of time brutal and like unto at the same moment the wily fox
love love, if jet by of bird, One by onethej' dl'lrl.,1 the deadly space, to assault anew, having disciplines Atila the (laths Ia..siols other design
my sung till the his and increased Ill no made u desperate grab at the goose, but too
By (lower !scent, by sonic !Ia.ll'lJet'li' rhymesIy only Ill 11IIH'{ the wicckwasthe : cavalry his flrC'e.1:0 than to obliterate the Roman name his lute, for ere he could get a feather between
> heart that fahi-'wouhl be at Is captain :(' at once I terrible he was surrounded by" len of the !sumac' wish Americanpeople.
Peace, only was to exterminate the : his teeth the ready of the sentinel '
stirred cry was, heard, and the first turning bleed, I lost! to all virtue, who only thoughtto bayonet
IIUcel' It 1 is and of
singular woithy mention hot passed through body. The
hastily, .saw the rojloosing! thewarts prosper with robberies and disfurbunc.es. : poor
Am 1 blame Ihat'Itilll' I sometimes ? upon .
to sigh that the description made of the
savage of its
by way to its
Holivar showing
the was wanting In the main goose
I. :Sometimes, I 11,11I11'\I'rl fr"l li.II( "nlirt Atilt by 1'aulus Diaeono is the rubbed
"Ood an element of defense ha" unable to lostfaithfllllk'leluf preserver, its head against his legs
And sometimes know a of jealous pain man, hell"it be a' over wi' nun f"ll'I'-! unite more than lisinfantrvandXhnre) ( ( Roves : an ample chest! and made other equally curious demonstrations -
pang IIIW l
I '?" shoute-d I( in'srnurh and I l'CI I 11 CI', an overhanging of joyj nor could it ever be f>rcv'ailed
That, while I walk all lonely, other eyes \'hot 'h"II'OI. "Iartil111 BU"I'llllouhl'llh' w superior; brow, the nostrils the f
eyes Ilnk- to the walked and
May haply smile- to yours! that smile again wet "hil | il plains, the impulse of his powerful en, the head tlitl'lt'l., troubled. upon quit post, hit up
Beneath} thesunandsliirsof southern "'"lilcs. h'cl lying exllu.1., "All over with him, cavalry could not be checked, he would fearful, and which glared gaze around him Inc tllwn day after day with each successivesentry
'nl'I'm.I, l'II'II1't ; but Is It sin if yetI d'ye say Not while we have hands of our Ilwu 'III\n' been victor-never c'IUl'T'11.On those of a tiger who. thinks of his :; that was Canada: placed. thlt the until the battalion ,
!I" account of that the Liberator drew him If goose wasbrought
I, who In calm content I would seek to own anyhow * bur for the desolation In'n(
dwell, "Why, Hill, Wllt'H got you ? cried one to the mountains, because the soil balanced earth oway with .it as a regimental pet to
Who will not grieve, yet cannot quite forget, of his comrades, jokingly I "I heard you the strength of the armies, depriving Rotes Knglund.:
I ,, stillsendstlhoughttoy'oultlol I 1 \\ishyoiiweltSometimes !say' IY'Icl!' only' lust week, ns you'd give avenr' of his preponderance.. Vir In concussionem orl.I:11 mundo nut I! The 11't remarkable thing in connection
? pay 1"t the "lllll il a scrape as, Bolivar,with his military skill, caused the On the same tiny (the IMth), and shortly w ith the story 1 is that the goose in turn actually -
)he couldn't get out of? hn-tl of Rates to be 1 less dreaded. Brave after he had passed\ a review of his troops>!, saved its preserver's life. Whether the
r., "And what o' that?" retorted the other, Bolivar, with his extraordinary activity atteudcd he made a formidable charge former knew that the entry wait the same
TllK LAST MAX OX JIOAIW. savagely, "D'ye think Hill Thompson's to the destruction of the guerrillaswho Bolivar res\t'd. causing him heavy losses. man, must, of course, forever remain a pro-
\. "Caught( lit last, Jack. The old Tali's, the one to remember any such foolery when infested 1 the neighborhood) of the Lake But torts ? He was agitatedby lh'U; but it so happened that he was on
bound to drive ashore In half an hour and there's a brave man d.vin right afore his! very of Valencia. He garrisoned the position of the demon of extermination ; and W he particular post about two months afterward .
: then there'll !bo wet jackets for us, ..UI"! I tell ye, he g'iv' me his hand I aforetime tai, (11rem. He was forming a fleet ; hew had received the double mortifying news of when a (desperate attempt was madeto
: "'\vc, aye, Hill my !boy; anti It just: wines: whole slums coinpanv.jist( as if him and! a's constructing intrenchmcnts to cut off the defeat of Koscte at Ol'umarl theap- surprise and ki the unwary IIcutinel It '
us right fur "hI 1'1'111' aboard a ten-pun/ brig. me wurn't cap'n and A. It. at all, but man the tnll highway of La Victoria, withoutfailing iiroach of the of [ redoubling was winter tile, and Wl u
?I. T hey ftlwavi lias bad. luck, they has and man ; and I'll help him "'lrll\ I to communicate.daily with D'Elhuyr his !strength' !he tliomrlit' of giving lime Imlp-- bright nmooulight night the nlouu was hid.den .
:So muttcrc-d; 1 the two U'teran sailors' o. the die for it who. commanded the besieging lines of pntlel\lu\ vigorous:I ; attack, and ;defeat them; ever Illunol by the scudding clouds
t, staunch) little cruiser, whirled onward like it 'I'c: best a nL'l lad," said one of the 1'll'rll C.ibello; with Kscaloua, who governcd junction with the army of the East which seemed to presage an approaching
u (feather \I'y wll\ll and sea, drifted nearer midI fishermen, approvingly ; "but boat nor line at Valencia ; with Marino, who was should be formed, the proximity of which i strm. In these momellt of tlurkle. I
i I( nearer to the huge hlac'k cliffs{ which, throughblinding ('UI never reach your niun now. Uod ha'nierey marching to his help, and whose move 'ho knew wel we had not any notice, I sharp observer lollCl the shadowy
1 : spray deepening' storm loomed IUI'I soul!I" Il'ntl it was necessary to combine with the thanks to I incoiniuunication roused by of several men who, Iwben'e by
t I .. nut plainer and )plainer UN>H the lee bow "Alll ul"n we're nil to git safe ashore, anti authorities of Caracas, who would consult the guerrillas. lie combined ably his operations the somewhat drowsy sentine. el
4 The Sec Uhl }hallII.h''lIIllIllc her lout voyage (leave our Call'lm to drown !I" crl'll a sailor, him on the (least affair ordering a column to dU&Io the deavoring stealthily to the post
t I t::1 All her boats, had, been stove in ; masts and fiercely That's ud be u Ill'l' story for His attention always vigilant, his mind house ef the plantation, and po where he stood Suddenly he heard or
rigging) had long since IMS.-II turn away by English blue-jackets to tell, woiild'nt it? constant, in all difficulties, did not give w uy of the magazine whilst lie should attack the thought he heard, a btrungel: rustling sound.
i ., the furious gale, or hacked ofT l It" the crew Mates, are we men ? or lie we a 'pack "' skulk to fatigue! nor was he embarrassed by affairs lower positions on all sides. The magazine and, bringing his, musket to his, shoulder, he
\ r a themselves ; and the cruel rcKksujHUi which ers as oughn't never to show their flc,1 on nor would misfortune find him off his, and hospital for the wounded were in the IhoutellouJIWho goes there?" Not u
r the helpless vessel was driving headlong blue water ngin' ? me to lakcnbont guard or perturbed. dwelnK-hou.e, the summit{ of which ruled sound, save the echo of his own voice in the
would have crushed the timbers of the out to him ?" Whl'III'11 "It h best that wo force fortune to be and its defense1 wu.. contided' distance ali the sighing, of the winter wind
strongest! "seventy-four, like an egg. -sbcll' "I wi!I" pnlspenlus," he used! to say frequently to his to Capt. Antonia Kicuurtc, a native of Santa among the brunches of the trees which stood
t Hut, with death l ga'.ing') f',r them every !I" otllcers/ and to encourage thc.1 on some desperate Fe.In in the deserted farm yard, rl.'spnllCI to the
t' moment, not u man I lunched. The captain "Antll"! ; occasions he would recall to them that the fortified barriers which should resist challenge.
gave his orders and the crew obeyed them lt' 1111. then, tempests ('lrnel u ship more readily to the the dl'aly Chnll'S of Uo'l were placed &'\rulllnutl elapsed, during which the
I as coolly as If running Into (port on a tine "Hide >' bil" ye lads! cried the old port than good weather.Hoves Lino in i>cril, but calm ; ( marched ui and down his lonely
summer morning. Hut the ,'ntll'nllle utlast. fisherman ; e'l-dllought o' good thik' Wll tilled with pride on considering Martin Tovar, a zealous soldier of the country beat followed by the devoted goose, until
J One mighty shock, which threw'every way. But Il j'e Iltlllfthe that he was about to fight Holivar in person ;; 1omI' :lontia. daring; nOor vic deeming his alarm unwarranted, he again }
man 1 off his feet, u terrible crash a ,ghldy rebound wind 'd shift a p'int for the first time, confiding; in surely ; ll'llro Leon Tores, whose stoixl at ease before the sentrybox.. This
and then the doomed' brig !settled' \ ('u+t'anl, as it do Sel'I to he for du in'.. defeating him. The rvell suflered by him faerll'nlS terrified; Iaz 1 valiant Srana-; was the enemy's opportunity, aiid the rebels
I right down upon a sunken reef with that 'It' is shifting ; I see i!" exclaimed anteriorly had irritated him and now he dinian friend and companion of (tirudot were not long In endeavoring to profit by it
tearinggrinding noise" which no one who Thoniison,] eagerlv. "What are we to dodaddy determined to finish: by one mow the indeitendence and D'Klhuyer and other },patriots proud of Closer Ill closer they stole up toward thel -
I has. oncu I heard it can easily forget. tell us quick{ I"I crushing its bravest and most being commanded by Ruln ar. 'e cannot post l the thick snow which lay on the
t it- "She'll move no more now, till she breaks 'Ke: see yon 'int" said the n.tern. loyal defenders. On the 25th of February remember them all, but there was not Illngle ground completely deadening the sound
I up altogether."slid th'I'ul'tnill'luil'tl)', "110 indicating the chiselu .. the hosts of Rotes appeared UJKJII Cagua. a one who did not confide on that important their footsteps. just two of of
I we mu!>t ju..t think saving 1I1Jr.d n'''. Any the buy to the east When the wind be tow n near Han Mateo, amounting to 7,000 occasion.At numllr. one on each side of the sentry ox,
( hanco of u line) from the shore, )lr. lingers:? I south-aud-i5.west: it do make a coorrcntacross Mien, the greater part cavalrj' They immediately the dawn of day on'the 23th the signal were preparing with uplifted knife to
; )ou know this coast! well." the bay, right Ilnwl to the rocks attempted to ford the river, dislodging for the combat Wli given. upon the unsuspecting man, the "prinl
:\on,'. sir, I'm al'm""bi," ulIwI'n..1 the first where the vc..c IK- Ijin' ; 'ee meM get to the advanced forces, but MajorGeneral [ Doves in person, running to and fro on a grand etlort, rose suddenly on hin is
i officer, who w as' standing near him "There's mini so." Mariano Montilla resisted them valorously i horseback, skillful and daring, encouragedhis and swept round the sentry-box winW. ,
neitherrt'iket nor life-l,"ut within several The impatient{ len barely gave him timeto and as night was approaching they troops and brought them carried on by mendous force, flapping its wings right in I
niili, and no lioat could come out in the finish. One universal hurrah shot>k the retied his audacity, to the very edge of the parapets the face of the \o't-o assassins. They
toethofthisM-a" air, and in an instant these bruised, half.drowmiel UO"l allowed his troops to rest for two which he helll to scale. lively were astounded t blindly l forward;
: At that moment a I't'lllight blazed up from. ..starving men, who had seemed days, and at the break of day of the :11th he was then nj Iooo \death fr but the sentry fully aroused to hil danger.
I i the el iff overhead I, and the whole scene hardly able to stand I few minutes before, charged the Republicans impetuously, with seen on al sides, unt dar WI" bayoneted orie and shot} the other a he was '
J started into clew at once. The n'at'ul1 of were running like mailmen toward the]oiiit, shouts and yells. The resistance Inch was ing of "laner." to undill'illne destruction running away Meanwhile the other conspirators .
Mack rock, with the sea-birds Happing and where they scarcely waited! to let the wind mode to him in the intrencunent and the 1UrtllUnJl'l1 all, embracedall approached tei the assistance of their .
k shrieking around it; the narrow strip of change sufficiently for ]>o>e, beforelaunching I withering tire tlretl' in Holivar and his loyal cuatpaniunsopposedintepidity colleagues i the bin repeated its ;.,,.
beach below, crowdcd with anxious watchers i u boat and puling iurioii.-ly (1"1'11 and the br Clemente, caused and cairn valor.IIow man rharl. and enabled the sentry to keep them tact\ ?
; the quaint little tithing,\ { village, with its toward the wreck the Royalists great loss ; however Uo'C was How much and what firm resistance!! until the guard-whom the firing of hf !
rude huts built of driftwood or broken [,'anwhlll. how fared it with the doomed not discouraged the contrary, relying bodies the ran in torrents musket had alarmed_came upon the ,
stones ; the branded! ship and her crew captain? 1'erhap.s even his stout heart may on the number of his ho exasperated obstruloanll of blll with its inexorable and made them Nee for their lives le-nl .
11 it; every factt and e standing out ills.tinU have failed for a moment, at the thought of the acton with such tnllI. that he seemedto sickle did not cause the patriot Jacobthis incident became known i oor :'
in the !t''t'rn'l: le beacon ; and t all his young wife, far a\a on the sunny n deride the fate of the world. The troo|>s to lose courage, and it mowed them .hi Wll the hereof the l garrllJi; ami o :
around the towing waves, which reddened 1 I Kentish i ehul and l the \)little girls i who sun nail already mounted to is full height, down pitilessly I During the thickest of the officers tlub rib for and pure hosed the '
by thai unearthly ,glare, seemed to cast up a were {'rayhlg that might; come safe and the combat was still from being the fight, that column of Roves, which si. golden col bird afterward wore I
(l of lire against the gloomj-ky. It was back from sea," whl t/l/ stood there alone decided. Villapol was killed, CaiupoEliaswounded lently mounted the height in the rear of the until the day of his death "
pain that the vcvn-l must break up before with death. Hut, vrhatever might I be the ; thirty ollicers were already hors patriots, presented itself- in front of the On the arrival of the regiment in London, 1
very long. The captain looked keenly peril that threatened him, there was no du combat ; u ) and well-ainletl fire on dwelling on the hill, infusing new vigor into the bird rtum..1 its old Ilute with the sentinels :J
toward the shore fur a moment and then '' white feather" about Captain' Kuhard the side of the Royalists made the fight every thel.oyulistsand! discouragement anxiety posted at the barrd. gates ; and it
turned to his men "My 1 lads," trial he, J1J't1 ; and the ejes that had faced without time lore bloody amid dreadful; but Dlva to patriots "The magazine !" all exclaimed. was exceedingly. amusing to watch Its
: there's one dunce for us >et. They can't tl'hilj the .rlrlilJ muzzles of Freiuh disregarded the bravery)' of Doves, nients as it walked proudly up and move down
get: a boat out to us, but we may get a line to 1 ,, 10 fearlessly 11"11| timegaag surprised, beheld the sun setting without The enemy \'a: in need of ammunition ; with the wiry, or stood to .be
them, for the tide is setting strongly waves. Suddenly u loud hurrah having yet obtained thE victory which he they were now about to take it. side'the bow when the latter"utenton a
shore Twenty pounds to the man who 1"-1 came rolling over the w lid sea, ami the rUing had ('ln..itt.r''l.) easy of attainment. igh The salvation of the Republicans at San !SET15 ufift'e ear fir< The\1 fttlwml .
i swim ashore with u rope nakonbreakiugor a moment through h the came to pdfth" anger, and on i its closing, Mateo tlellnoe on the valor of Ricaurte. .1 amid !Jn > and a circular bath
Q ( The oiler i lIOu(1Il'lllikt' obit t1r mockery inky ma.sscs of cloud showed him a lot I Hoves, ., retreated and camped on wa unfinching{ ; but how resist ? tilled with water WW always at his. di' osah
to face: that !sea apiM/ared nothing less than ('oming straight towanl him in the bow of the adjoining heights.After A moment uncertainty)' disturbed the rHl/ll.e"! / 'il *Iolil' :J > favorites, as ties .r. '
I celt ti-In death The words hardly hM>ken.however I which sat the stank grace Thompson, bending eighteen>!; hour and a half the Liberator minds of all. creature all kind of food:
when U man stepped I forward and to hL cur with the strength of a g lt.n remained victorious on the bulefell Wlut will finally happen? hut Jacob would never tolerate any
touihed his wet forelock to the captain l I .\ u they approaihcd{ he could hear The "tr'tsuf the town and the wer Numerous forces were gathering againstthe (lf'pt when, in military parlance lbrie wa'
who started. he recognized him. And welt beneath his, feet time rending of tl tillr literally drenched with blood and ('ovlrf house. Ricaurte ordered out the wound- "tanding1.)" Fur rllany reams
he might ; for tlii. man wu the "I.Luk ulli the gurgle of the fatal. ,it poured with dead Illlt"., ed. Anxiety "'a still more hll.f.a.by this. seemed to bear charmed llt";'but li"JI1 wa.
bh 'l'p"| 01. the whole crew, and had Uvii in, kef ping time to the car strokes of hU Hy this hullklll' at San lto the }'rienI1I"enemi..' tUrl.'l1 to Itkl again tttlenjrth l l run over by a Every: effort
brought up for l'ulli' hJlt'lIt (not for the tint ,Mh-trt'n. ]Inde|>" mor and (( I which km.hu'and skill (could suggest wa 1
time) n few I lay* In-fore. "lull. boys !" nunsl Thom..I'i. : the Liberator even thought, as he was much The phalanx of IlJel approach. The lade to ave tin extraordinary bird l. it
I .. What, you Thompson" v' dmw afore j inclined to undertake difficult .rblelul. of magazine will be by :Iu m. Ricaurte rilYi IIU u'al and lie diet hu true
"Aye, it'e1I\ t', )'l'r. honor !" answered, the j .\t that moment u 1IIIta11\'e hJ'tJkt I surprising ll\\ Villa de hewa ordered lib soldiers to descend in n'tf'ut :I the jNxst of lkeI u
r man with u grim sumilt'us, knottnl the ripe c>" the wreck, completely l>urrvmg i for Ill'ull \ He confided this The Liberator. trenquil in the of sentn-go": of not less than twelve rrarx.-{
.." around lib. waM. Yer honor told, only i an instant. A terrilio ('nl.h "a.lll'al'li. and ''M i"u to the young odlf ManuelCcdcna that indescribable agitation, calm with that I 4nmahcri Juurnol.
t'uther day ui I wo 11. divraie to the slap. when the spray d"arl'li wa 11 that the Mvond to none in courage, with serenity Inch is the principal gift of nature I \s Awtrt.
tk) mayhap the uM a rall'il be well rid of me." ve-..<'l had ali.l ", and that the twenty picket soldiers, who followed him to for clman.l. dismounted from his horse, II .for F4TE-The favorite true eatPloy's -
r For the iuunent I lime taptalu* iron (.I,,,' whole art was dean gone. 1h" bow, luo de lor.te, Hut the attempt was not and ordered him to be untll'l Placing wolvl l is in Burgundy i the tauquerartt. -
still the
,. worked u-s no one had ever seen it yet : and l however, I held firma, and shadowlike I n'altI. because, dismounted from their hllll'lraOerwanbill If hitIIUl"1 to ThL most erl even
.'tlien, without a word he held out I hU i, hand in the Fitful .. stiwkl l the I bnf' did not afford the security which the .Here," h(said I"will I die the two lan men to set strongest it that has is mjuiring;
The other graspod it for\ an Instant in a ;grip I dark figure of the captain ; hasty nxpuired. This"plan was frustrated lanifl'tation \tJerfull'Unt.ll'n1n i 1 able power and I 'springs' of formid
anti then vvaUhmg hi, Hold hoimr '' houti.l'IhomiiMIII Thtn the which extraonlinary \' delicacy) and when thesv
like a biaith'-4 ,vise. up your came disagreeable news l'uthu.lu"I aw touched he .
('I'/J, / IUllity puuetl! lutlJ list nariIl ....a .another iiiiniMc and .>''\'i\ wre.lr I tlu Liberator received on the !Ith of March, when uddeny! a fearful noise rl-'ho,1 over I rows of teeth, shut jaw:of one the within trap, armed the other with C

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In s-pitc of every precaution, however, verysad j manncrof: depositing p eggs I. time tit' Pssary i{ LolIJI.tg: ) ( 'l : '\ J. RAILROAD.I ;
occurrciucs will happen In these t for- II''ot | for hatching, and all cl-ewhiih may I le of :H J. & T. K Y D .D : >,
I :. i interest in ('ifl nttiun'Vitli this Mihjcit. The .L'ICSosvtrl.e:, Fi.v., Murdi 10 I;, S Is#!l1. 1)In \

:Some j-ears ago a trap was phued near a :,shipping the lisp referred. to l"okl'llllke I j <'or. :
deserted! footway, and the1 ual warning work around a (dairy. They are put Into I
\precautions, t.ike'n. The !same day a young cans which l look like those we sec in the ; Are (01ti't"lItl: adding to their !stock' of Maple and FumyDDDD I DAY) PASSKXOF.R.: : \: : d'\: (KIT :Srst: '\v.iLeave ) {. '

man anxious: to present! to )his I finer !some milk wagons.; They IIrt'nHI.It' hl'atin JatksdmHie ............ ... ...... K'ntrt' :: !\
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( 1 1DDDDD : RRR; : YY YY (unli!<;<< ;( ;< (100 (too DDDD I :
i Il11'tll'tlo\'foI, and 1 ; with beaks and i'verv three inches or so
: pigeon rosy ; are corrugated; DDDDD SSSSS.SRR : ;: : Leave ll.ildvvin ,............n...,.. ...... !tf":: \. W.Leave .
\ 1 IItlm: : : YY YY ( ;inwu( ;< ;< ;<;< OOOOO OOOOO
. with whose whereabouts he was neluasntt(1left I to make them strong, boundith mllrlbrass \ : : UikeCity! ........... ...... ......... Ut.'PJf.: : I
Iii ) DDI\ HI 1: : : YY'Y ( ;ii( ; (WI i( 00 oo oo OO DD :
hit home little before sunset to with alcw to tenacity
, a surf specially prepared : Leave Live Oak......... ......n......,... l"ov.: u.
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JIll 1)1)Illlill I: I: : YYY ( !ill< i oo oooo OO I( DD :
the bills their nest. He late. | ,1ml ,;ftlll' In the centre of the Hd
r \price on was !< !<" : : Arrive at !Savannah ......... ......... ... M: I.\ \'. M.
i JIll DDIDDDDD Rll: : RR: : YY OK; CIII!( !< } I OO) ) OO l 00 (lit I) DD DD :SSRR :
.\ The night closed r\l'itll\.l1ntl with the intention i or top is an appliance: IntI'IIIIl'.llir'lItila- I Leave :Savannah ...... ......... ........... I'*' !; .\. M.
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I 1 1m : YY :( ( ; ooooo DDDDD)/ :SSSSsssRR : : : : : ;
) ) : ( (31111;( :( <(< { (onooo) \
11. of tlroad he down, with thumbs
shortening took his tion. The lid i is fastened
I \ [ Leave I.IV(1lak ......... ............ ...... ti,1:: I'\ M.
I DDDD/) RRDRV : : : : YY (CIiCiili:(!( ;( ;( { ooo (1\)\ )I DDDD) ) ) :SSSSSllnfs. ::: : : I
, 1 11 way across the forest.Vit1iut in the leastherding | s hinges, closing tightly yet, easily removed I Leave IxikcCity\ : ......... ... ..... ......... S.CKIP.: .) t. I

the brambles and brushes: which i when necessary. The ash are\ sent 'lu.hlnJt 'niis.. Itool. SIMMcle.. Leave llaldwin ............... .. ........... ':ItII':" M.
caught his I legs! or the ditches! and Mreuins\ bv order of :Senator: and Representatives: to I : Arrive at Jacksonville .........:....... 1":0" < K M.
he was obliged to cross: he presold on, and\ i their euustittu'uts.'he11 Prof. Baird, chief _
alter a continucil! battle with the thorns, the of the lush (commission was a ked by a :Senator I :MAIL AND r.XPlr: : :>S, (DULY.) )

stumps: and roots, and the long lingins! tendrils {i recently what extent! this tilt culture I GOODS AT XK\V; YORK UHTAIL I PH ICES. LflVC Jacksonville....................... ;f;>:&: ) r. V.Leave .
of the wild roses, came exactly: on the : was to be carried, the professor! replied' It : White House...... ...... ......... (;kl.i: : I'. M.
track where the trap was .set. is to (go, on until every farmer in the country. l.l.t\-l.llaltlwlll......... ......... ........... 7.00; ) I'. M. j j1.1't'l'
The night( was now nearly dark, and I -hall: have his \fish\ \ pond just the sime Its he .i\:"" Agents! for Iet't.1N (Onlers promptly\ attended t".tj\ D.irhyville...... ......... ........... ';':1.) i', M. 1
.; thinking'" of his doves and loved one, has his I'Ol'I'n and his pig sty." The lot I Leave Sanderson ...................,...... $:01 r. M. Il j
he failed to observe) that !ll'\'I'I'allittle pieces | cut \'l'i'tl'rIIwill, tlo-e the shipment for IciveOliistcc: ) .. ....... .. .... ..... ......... M.7r.: ".
)string \vero swinging to and fro in the the season.ST. : AN .l HO 11X: & HOYT 1 Leave )It. (Carrie......... ................. H.o.J; r, M.
breeze from the )branches of the thiikct near 'I Arrive l.akl.l'it ....... ...... ...... ........ \\tg: : 1" M. 1
him. Dreadful, indeed, was it for him that i : :MICIIVKI.' : the (largest of I the A/ores, I.'aI.h'(' Oak.............. ..,......... :1.. A. M.
he did not, for suddenly\ he ji-lt a terrible' I i I seems to be, from the account of an' American EI'O) IIoT1IE1': : : NKAU: (CF.NTKK.noirsi : :. Arrive Tallahassee: ......... ...... ........ 7:00: .\. H.

shock, accompanied by "most intense pain I who has been speiidimr'\ :: :some time at Arrive .1111my.: ........ ...... ...... .......10t.i.t.' ; !: M.
the I"ml'lof his: leg being apparently\ crushed) I Ponta Delgail.i! : and Ribtira Srande; two enllsi.ernble \\ : .iM: U r.rrut.GllOCEHS Arrive :Savannah: : ........ ....... ........... !I 1X.1.t: } .

to splinters. He was: caught in the wolf towns on that island,* the \poor Leave :Savannah: ...... ...........'. ........ I 1:0::: I'. M.
trap: man's IMen.: ,Thl'lC"iI i is fertile, tht..dilllntehl'altlll'nl. I SHIP I I CHANDLERS I I J J I Leave Albany ............ ......... ........ 4Ml: r. M. Ii.nVe I
,, The first few moments of pain and I sutfi'ring mild, and delightful the "set'ucry4har0ting : Tallahassee ..... ...... ........... fit-M: r. M.
over he must have! comprehended\ the i and the inhabitants are noted forsimplicity .\'U UK\I.I.H is lea\e Live ().ik...... ...... ..... ......... '.'::1.i.e.11. \\
and kindness l ihor is
danger of his position, and had, it i is presumed ] \ very Leave fake I ('il,0.: : > .1.1L

with great presence of mind, emlcavoreil I| cheap\ and, consequently, the streets of the -* "' -- '" ---- - ," "' ----'" Leave :Mt. (Carrie(,......... ...... ........... Ills: .\. )1.

to open the serrated. iron jaws: which i I towns and the roads leading order.there are: Keptvery \ 1"I I I ('oux I I ii]I (: ItltH'lt I I t.im: : I I 1'1'C.: I Leave Olu tee...... ......... ......... ...... I l:4: held' !him fast.: But though dangir: : isaid dean und in excellent Kggs can -- ----- .:. ------ -- '" iA'1\(' Sanderson...... ...... ...... ..... ... ."::'I) .\. M.
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I he dozen v
.. to double the strength; of a man, the trap\ refused bought for live cents a ; gooiMiceffor 9 Leave I>.ir!>vviUo.... ..... ...... ........... 3.Ni; .\. M.LoiuBaldwin .
1 to give up his prey anti as at each three cents ami a \pound ; fowls for twelve ---- : ...... ...... ......... ...... .. (i:40: A. M.
movement of its body the iron teeth buried | cents a piece, comfortable dwellings' Leave White Home! ......... ............ ';'.O.i .\. M.
: '" themselves deeper\ and deeper in his ilc-di hired lprsevcn(1o1hilalaoittli.\ For ::f-01"( ) a A LAKOK:( : STOCK( ( (OF FlMlNlTriM': t : ALWAYS: ; ON HAND. Arrive Jacksonville......... ..... ...... 7:;>OA. M.
I veer: one can live well ) for !$jot) handsomely
\ his'! agonv must 1 have been of the most I'X'i. :MMv? 011 )IUI.II'xprt'i\ : <" Traillh''Iin:; fags
.h and for $IIMn) !superbly.\ Keeping carriage \
1 quisite '1cripti01l. He probably' shouted, I
ami from Jacksonville und
and horses.: The whole. island I is pictun-siyie' 1'111Ihrol1jh; to

i. 'j."\ and the would hopelessly fear have, Ill'( ,attracting continued 1 for!< help, the had to! wolves shunt it not:, however I beenfor that are containing well taken many care beautiful of. The gardentvltich::land\ i is owned ARLINGTON NU.] Sl llI] S. :Savannah through; to; and also,!from Lueus Jacksonville Sleeping: Car and* TulFKRXAXDIXA run- k'

he by a few rich people, and rented at the rate lahl1 "I'l'. I
miirht lurking in the neighborhood.He .
tfJ.. had under his coat a small hatchet ; I o'f.-js.'jn to $(fiO! ) an acre. The peasants: \performall --- JoXI'II.r: : : : (Dur.v.) ) ( ,

: ami with this, in the event of his being attacked the labor in the country proper, j go bare leuve Jacksonville. I ..... .. ...... ... ......ll'.l.'t.: .v. M. I
by the tlrIIl..1llIi1llal\ he trusted to footesl,111111 live so economically that :>'Hn> ayear TUOI'U'\I.' clad II..I.UOI.I\I.. I'lCTIT TICI'.I'.S: : UOSI'.S.: DIU'ID-: Arrive Baldwin...*...... ...... ...... .....l.-'io:?::: r. M.
sulllccs! for the expeim-sof: a small tam : 1111'. 1
defend ] lm"lI'lf. As the night lengthened) Arrive 1..I'IHlllllill:1: M.
the moon rose and shed her pale light over ily. The: fashions in dress have not changedfor h L'Su11d FEIu.uIlNIIRI'IIS: : : : 1I1It11.'I.O\\'I''U:: \C; I'MTS.N'KW Leave Fcrnamlina............ ......... ...1 11:111:: .\. M.Leave 1

I f i.. the forest. lie may now be pictured immovable a (century, cither among the upper or Baldwin. ........ ...... ..... ........ 1:10:: r. M. I
"f: with eyes' and curs on the 1l1i vivo, lower classes.' The women wear copakes, --- Arrive Jacksonville ............... ..... :iWVi?::I r. n.
"' his body in the most excruciating torment, garments resembling the uKters worn hereby Passengers for Fernandina and I Ctdar Key '
1 the other and the whole 'HotelH1ETn(' : : ItiuldtMl Ornll Tree MADII:
: sex, reiidiing : .AXI ( ( SIT.CIALTY: ,
: listening und waiting. All! at once, far, take this train. Xo train from Baldwin; to
ty": far he hears length! of t the figure. The I head-covering II : 1
J very oil' u confuted murmur of Cedar Key on :Sunday.COXKCTIOS I
tanned capilla attached to the copake, I is -- .
,& indistinct sounds. Approaching\ with rapidity ) ,--At Baldwin with A., (I. & \
';'" these murmurs become cries' andyells. like one of the old I %c1)' I'ngland: I bonnets, W. I. T. R. R., for (Ccd.ir Key ( ;Jalncsvllloand
and is pulled over the fare: when a strangerapproaches. ; jZV: :Send for Descriptive Catalogue.
TlwnrH those of wolves!' on the Fernandina. and all ''Mintsortll and
t The natives to Al.ltr.KT: I. n I It1.:1.1.. (
: never attempt' .
J truck-hellish demons, which ere a few West ; at Lake City! Tallahassee" Albany,
3 minutes'! would he him carried directto see the countenances of their friends, whom Sutanuah,111111 all points: North and, Wo-t
upon their feet down I I tf JACKSONVILLK: :, FLA.u. ; I
the spot by the trails: set for his destroyCM. they recognize by .- -- --- at Jacksonville!' with :St.; Johns River: Steam
c Fear not being of Ids hardy nature not up, as they pass!' anybody! in the street I oron J. S.; :'Ilc-ELIOY.:
part '
the road.\ :St.; Michael, which is about i::. noTTiir.i: : : : .v IIKOTIIIK.Setolid : ( r.
by almost! superhuman etl'orts: and S'I'IUI' \1'.1'I.I}DAVIIISOX, :1Li'trrTraltl"h.Snptrintrh(1cut. .
in the awful\ moment forgetting: all pain, he thirty miles!' !square appears, indeed to be' u : I Street: opposite 1'nst' t-Ollce( :; .
contrived to himself and the miniature paradise: at least for men ofsmallmeans. : /
drag trap toward
EIX.\ ))) XFLOtlll.: .\,
an old oak tree against' whidi he 1' ( : 1'1'XI.I'OI.XU: : ( /

..I placed his back' Tot Svxn lit\ST.-Among the wonderful (.:.\un: is ,J.\I'hHOX\'II.UJ. ': RAILROAD.MASTKR : .
I Here, with his'! hatchet ready. to strike, then and useful inventions: of the times is the I : TuvxsrouTVTio.N'n OrricK:, I

vllun fellow, !full of courage, doubtless of !sand-blast.' : Suppose you desire to letter apiece 1'iu {' 1'aniII3' (.g'crtcs<< TVM.VHVSHKI: ':, FI..V., February, 1.. \.1)
ii.'fl'llu\\ \grayer to his (0011. and embracing: of marble: for a gravestone ; you t'o"'rthe
it MS mind his old mother d On and alter )11I1IIa10'1'1'1'11:11'\' :"i, IShO! I, .
as ) ere, in : poor stone with a sheet of wax no thicker
ami, his "ritlclIwllitl..1 the horrible ASI) III passenger trains of this road will run as follows
rcMilt than water, then cut in the wax the name. ,
determined to show hiniM-lf: a true child of Xovv pass it under the blast: and the wax 1'UOVISIOX.S. vu :
the forest, and meet his fate: like a man. .\ will not he injured all, but the sand will I P.ISSE\111Il'I'It.11\-i: : : : :.\ T BOI'XD.l.cuvo ( ) ) .

few minutes'! more ajid he was :.surrounded 1 cut letters deep into the :stone, or, if you desire (Chattahoochee..daily ut.... :L'H I >II.. M.
by a cordon of yellow tlamei from the eves l'ai'll'lll'ttel'l!' u lower{ or other emblem, Leave tjuincy.................... ...... :i':!:!'r. n.
t-r- : nf the brutes' the animals themselves' which\ cut I the letters, flowers, etc., in wax (and stick Customers CIIOICKfJOODS |I.l'I\"l': Tallahassee......... ..... ...... (ti 00) I'. M.lxtiv .
'' he could scarcely. distinguish, sending forth them upon a stone ; then puss! the stone can rely upon getting ,, Monticclh .............. ...... 7 10 r. n.
their horrible yells'! full in his face. under the blast, and the sand will cut away.Remove r Leave (Jrecmille\ ......... ...... .' ...... H3Sr.ii.: I
); On the following' morning, when the unfortunate the wax, and YOU have the raised: as: Ix-ave Madison ......... ......... ...... !ii'jitr.I i M,
forester who sot the trap' came/ to letters. Take a piece of French plate glass: UaviLive Oak...... ........... ...... '> 1.1) A. M.
.\rrl\.l.Ha\.lIl1l1l1h............... ...... (Mil .
it with I.\
' examine it, he found<< at the foot of the oak, say two feet by six, and cover line NOTIIIXO; HUT TIm: FIXKST: 11UAXD.S::! u
deluged with blood, the bone of a human lace ; pass it under the blast and not a ; ArriveThonuisville ........... ...... (Ii IM\. M.Albany .
leg upright between the iron teeth, and all thread of the lace will be injured, but the STOVE: *, II1:.t'iPIS: ; RAXiJKRS: .trrive; .................. ......10 :!.') .e. M. 1Alri.e

around, !scattered' about the turf and the sand will cut deep Into the glass whenever it in stock. TIX Lukol'ity................ ...... a ::1.') .\. M.
are kept AMI SHF.KT-IROX: : : AVARK:, Arrive Baldwin.... .. ...... ..... I U'i'; ) .
r" path, a quantity of human remains. Shreds I is: not covered by the lace. Xow remove the --- .. .. : \. M.
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: of a coat and other articles of clothing were I luce and yon have every delicate figure raised 1OOF1X! AND U'TTKRIXO( : Arrive Jacksonville: .......... .. .... 7.r>OA. M.
also discovered near the With the assibtance upon the glass In this'! way beautiful figuresof !, o. s. OAKT.S, Arrive Fernandina........... ...... 't4o:S r. u.
of, some dogs' which hero put on all kind are cut iu the glass and at small l CHTMIJKR( : WOOD} PUMP, i'.u: : Arrivi5Jaincsville: ..........., If ...... 50 r. M. ..

the scent; three wolves'!, their heads and bodies expense. The workmen can hold their hands plOXTHACTOH AND IJU1LDF.K) A large stiK-k of Stoves on hand. Jive: WIn Arrive Cellar Key .............. II ...... a! 30 r. M,

cut open) with hatchet were found dy I, under\ the blast! without any harm t, even ('ull. and compare\ our prices with those: of PASSKXdKR:; ( ;! TRAIX: -WKST: BOt'XD.Ixave .
ing; s in an adjacent thicket When the venerable when it is rapidly cutting away the hard MiNUFAtTUKEHMOTILDIXOS other houses, here or elsewhere.It. : Jnck5onVille.41 laily ut..... .1 :.111 r. tl, .

u, cure of the village, after )previously stone, but they must look out for their tin UUACKKTS WEnxn: -.-. .......- -- --- Ix-avc Ferna'ndina ............ ......]Urt.t.: n.
endeavoring in every i>ossible way by Christian ger-nails, for they will be whittled away TURNED : : : .\XKWKI.S: : M. IIKNDKKN02V: : leave Ualncsville .......? ..... ...... IIUI'A. u.
exhortation to prepare hii aged motherto right speedily. If they put on steel thimblesto HTAIH HALrSTKItM WOOD: KAVKSTKOUOHS ; Leave Cedar Key .,....,....... ...... 4 :'Jo .\. M.
hear the sad fate, informed her that these: protect the nails it will do but little good; KAILS,SHKATHINJ: (; "j : ANa FURXISIIIXfSlrXDiiCTAKiiC Leaue Baldwin .."..... .,...... ...... 7 fie, i>. M.
remains of humanity were all that was left for the sand willoon whittle them away; WKATHKltnoAUDIXUANn, 3IAN1'F.111'l1Rl\1) Leave Iakc City ............... ...... !U 10 r. w.Ixave .
of her hoy, sho laughed I Alas: it was the but if they wrap a piece of soft cotton around FLOOR1XJ. : : Rivunnnh: ......... ...... ...... t :50 I'. M.
laugh of madness ; reason had fled.-All the them they are safe. You will see at once tile !Ix-uvu LivuOuk .. _
...... .......... 2: 15 \. u.
: Year Hoiiml./ philosophy, of it. The sand whittles! away FIFTH! ST. leave Madison ................. ...... ;j.:">t \. u.l .
I hard substance FKRXAXDIXA: 1.IKrAJ.I.W ..\.
and destroys any even glass: Ntnir and {'llIIr '" "'01'1, l .'uve (Irccnville.............. ,..... 4 3): .\. "'.
FISH DISTRIBUTION.Among! the interesting but docH not atfect substances" that are soft ( ..
l.cave Monticcllo ...,........" ...... I 5 (X1.t.> M.
; places: In and about! Washington arc the and yielding: like wax, cotton or line lace, A SI'KCIALTY.: Arrive If
I j Tallahassee!' ..... ..... ...... 700A.M.
fish |Mjnds nf the United States fish commission or even the human hunt! Ix'uve Tullahas.si............... .... H :tl.e.sr.

tI, near the Washington elonnntvnt.I CREST OF THE PIIIXCE or \AUI4-The: loss'! DOORS AXD WINDOW FHAMKSOF : ; IA'a\0 (juincy.................... .....10 OS .\. M.
I t They who has are had in charge u wide of experience Dr. Rudolph in fish Hessel culture of the French the battle of Crecy was!' im ALL Si1'; :tS.' Arrive ChuttaluMMCOXXKCTIONS.. .'........ ., ......11 31.u..
and I whose efforts iiere/ have !been verysuccessful. mense. There fell 1. '1IO knights; 1,400( esquires Post Office Box 174. : .
TheOovernment has been ship ; ",OOt( ) commissioned 1 "lIIcenl'i; 30,000 jan4 Fcrnainlinu, Fla. At Live Oak daily with the Rivaniiah) ,
ping iish now for !Home time from these rank und file ; Dukes of ". liourloii __ _u __ Floriilu nUll't..h'l'1I Railway to and from
loads{ but the largest shipment of the season ; Farts: of Flanders, lUll!>', llarcourt, AXCJEI. A "'IUI:XU, -- !>Iuval\lIl1la.1II111 all Xorthern, I'n t'nl and
Vuudcmont and Aumalu the of lit .
was made yesterday. One hundred cans ; King ) Western Cities.At .
of fish, averaging about twenty or twenty I henna ; the King of Majorca. The KnglMi AND COXFKCTIOXKIW: : Luke City daily with the Florida: Central
live to the can, were shipped in a special car lost one esquire, three knights, and less'! than BAKERS CASI-W: WOOC.O..ll): JUiil road to und from Jivcksoiivllle! :M.AngitHtine : .
one hundred! rank and tile. Hero did they AXD CASKKTH 1'ulatka and LandIng 1
which had been charted to go through to CHOICE : : Kntirpriw, -
:$t. L )ttiM. Twenty cans will go on to Colorado. first use field urtillcrv ; und on this battlefield on the St. Johns River.

; Mr. J, J. Kills will have charge of did the _young Prince1 of Wales adopt). ( rocrrlcN, C'ignrN, an the shipment assisted! by nix experienced the ostrich pinnies and motto of the slain '1'It111111Sfs7.1'uNSTANTL1' : Wcht India Transit RuiI: way to ami frontFemandina

..J, men connected with the fish commission, King of liohemiu, who being I blind! desiredto TOYS AXD FANCY ARTK'LKS. :: : ; iaincsville; (Aslar Key, und.
With this there will also be led at a gallop between two knightsinto with steamers for Tumpa Key Went umlHavana.
shipment go :ijoOiOO ,- I : OX HAND.'(,.; ,
the thick of the und thus ,
fI( had from the navy-yard, which will be fight, met .
s distributed in Kansas.' Mr. Ellis has had death. Those feathers rind the two words Weddings/ Entertainments: and" I Picnic<< *, At CIutttahiHN-hi-e three lituCtl't't'kl, )' with,
five years' experience in the transportationof Ich dien," I serve." uro this day the heraldic furnished at the shortest notice, ut r'l( k-I"t- todies washeil and dri-sw-tl 1 thin People's Line! nud l Central Line Itoats to,
fish, and is well qualified for the reaollfm- bearings of the Prince of Wales, whom tom prices, at with UI111l'fl'lll.'r111llltllllllrial. and front Columbus, L'ufaulu, Fort Oainu( ,
or without the of Ire.
sible work entrusted to his care. These fish Gin preserve! So much.for ('rl'<<;Y or Cressy I AXCJKIAS HAhl'.I.CClltrl'Sln'l.t; ,.\', RemaiiiH cxlmmcd 11111t1 Illa'el11II me fur .1lualac.Nicola, und other JCivcr landings.

will require constant care during transpor removal.Telegraphic I. ] cases & 1.h1ulltil't1.11I: : g und ('urwr Couches.iHxlriilfuiid 1
tation. Water must be changed frequently, TRVDE-JMAX (to country customer who' has 23 Opp. old 1'. O. Building. orders \\f Lncaj Puttnt. run daily i.e.-! ,
___ .. prumj-lly attended to.
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and the condition of the thennonletercare. come to complain of his luc ifer matches- h 37.3m t ween Tallahu Mi> and' Jac kson ville.fY .
;4 fully noted and ventilation looked after. Not light? Why I have only to draw them & T It Y '"&\ --- -- ------ *(>nck! time, sure connection. i> 'rf..t t
s The weather being warm, the cars may get smartly) across mv corduroy breeches and! I 4!. F. AVI'.IIV: "safety. KIMiAU( VLI10T,
heated and unless fresh!!! water was used almost they blaze instantly." 'u'tomer-hYl'll, but JW-tf Mailer Tru"II4J! atifl1. _
constantly and the temperature kept what's teat to met I can't come a matter o' 4 W. LOHMAXX'S
t' just right the fish would die. It i is, however four mile for your breeches every time we .11.. {i'. IC. Il.thlNIi11T' ,
expected that they will be delivered all wants! a light:" AGENT, 4B
F safe at their destination. The fish which -F.UIOrH- L 1'EltYXU 150ARDIXJ J STAHLKS.:
1 went yesterday are about six inches long .UTERhlJo vou wiser to be culled !in the "UIILtJI.\LE .'NO kETAJtUTCH ..
and were hatched last July. They look morning?" (;Juest: -" Yes, sir." Waiter lrepnre Flour. CAICRIAUHS: AND WA OXHTo Kit: AND STOCK DKALKR.Dealer : .

bright, fresh and lively and will be a valua "When will you be called\ wr?" (JucM- and from Steamers: \ and Trubn. AJIa

ble addition to the fish supply of Missouriand That depends how I feel in the lUornlll!:. COXTRArfS FOR HAULIXd KT: lit Ire.TENNKHHKK .
Colorado. They are of the carp variety, I am very tired now. I'll ring for you whenI < : : : HKKF A HI'KOIALTVUEOOM :
and come from South Germany Southern shall desire to be 'alleol.-'iwi Fntiicitco ONLY FIVK: CKXTH: PKR: POUXD. -OK MILK : HTBEET WIMI.F
Austria and Davaria. There are three different JfrolJ. 1I01"ojf.: *: ;, KHJUIKS, JIARXUSS: ,
kinds the scaly the mirror and the CARTS AXD WAJOXS.itTKRM.S __ MMf! FKRXANDJNA: "'I.1I'S ..A. \
leather. The latter is considered" the most THE man \\'hoVent to h'Allate one night ./ :I CASH.- .
. i valuable because it has no scales does not during the week after explaining his absence C-tf AT OLD P. O. liiriLDIXU.F. tt-flflin" : ".\ : }h'( II''IS,
11111 the cleaning that nut fi.-h do, and from dinner bv the pica, of over-work ---- --- ; : and\ jotnIJll'-I.'i.t "Street t hear
when put on the table preserves' iti color I j I says the plan would have worked better if WILLIAM U'OOH, Jr., .)lruulII Street Wharf. 4J-tf! pOXTRACTOU .\ XU HUILnKJi.Ahuhiu J

and !It'l'ks iu perfect and as fresh as when I I hu: wife hadn't found the hLu-ted pool tick. .''IUS.XX.: (I.AKKI: -
alive. The fine leather are held] in high in his KXKR'AL ,
carp jtotkct next morning. XIW.SDIALKR; : Strict I between Second
estimation by lovers of li-h in the old) country I! G 'HJlU: Jo T., RET. CE.VTBE ALUIU-A ami Third,

and will prove a welcome addition to | AN unfortunate Imidlnaj olio man who lost UOOKHKLLKR: : HTATIOXKR.Dealer : :. FF.RXAXDIXA, FLA.
our fish product. There are now 4+, /-.) of ; several toes by a car-a lxrl, was conioh-d by FKRXAXDIXA: _
there ,'arioui'aril'ti of carp in the ] orids, I! an Irishman near by with : \\'ht"t. there, In ,'UII("> ArtleleM, FLA., Order and r..tii>iats front a i dietrutltinrc" .. -

which were hatched in the fast t(l1lla'I'1 I you're making more noi.-f than many umun l'Eua IN! Till fully attended to. : -tt "
and it is expected that a*' many more ire I'l.'t.uitl& his head on*." CUTItE KTBEKT: FKRVAXDIXA, FLA. -- -- -
hatched within the next two weeks. Dr. 1 ('liolee"t FriillM autl 'f.\-'OSJI'-Tht're!' will bra n' ulaVcuuil
llessel. has also gone Into the propagation of Ax Illinois chap, in dt,cribing a gule of I Shelf= Paper, Iji-ture Fniintti Itracket4Fait's4 Vegetable' Aniflia L Mige :-;.) 47

turtle and terrapin both salt and fresh wa- wind. says: "A white dog. while (VuLiv tvtninx: Jahn a
I ter. He proposes to make a series of interesting ing to weather a gale was caught; attem/t-/ Unwhw etc. 1'111'(-terit4 I it 'J'l'Ut'urktl.. :i'l: t, ut 71(1hN. k frharti.. jf. rataIIent l>rttlirtare -n

: experiments with this branch of hi* mouth" open and turned complfU-ly inside\ _\I lsso Sewing Machine NYedl, cm|, t.tt.'il'IJlr .'. UIi..,.' ii'anliii Sxtli 4. "Flowew Farm and u-nially hl'UfdtnuteJ11.. .
Lupine**, tale obeervatiou of the habits out. ( Inkstan114, 7S cetl ... Garden JinjajiHnt$,_ 1 If A. 11tI'f "yW/F/tiOOTT"' WJOHK %!.
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THK \OHLE SLXTIMKM'S. -t.-n'.: ;: ; ; : ; : -I ; tlll.. could hardly be inmtc to believe' the safety
t FLORIDA \ LIIlHOI:. i they been simply used I tools to support I I and most. ably conducted newspapers in was the last at*
-' A 1J1'I/IIK'rutiC ratification meeting wa' designing men, in olllcc or to obtain country, and, lint only reflect but (lends the of the child and lur"I' I

.'.I rumt.i r, Jt'Lr n, JM hlllnt Indianapolixon, the 2th:! 'and I'e'h-' olllce f fr tbfiu.: nnd that they will receive I public !sentiment of the State In ImportantState tempt of the nmateur lrk'lUII, to tl'IHIIhl !

# e* were: made ,by (I lot'. Itrhdrirkr] anil Semi' fair and just consideration from the (Coii ervativeDrmo'rats : null general is"ues. mountain grade.

i uiMiot'it.vnc' TICKIT.: : ntop" McDonald) and Voorhei-sand Mr.I I>iin- ) who eoiHtitute the great -

k ( tiers, the candidate f for (!o\ernor. sir,1. Kng: body .of property' owner" and l control. timehusillessinterest"of I ('i uitrnl..txr: MofXTAt.v, TJo;. x., July <0. 1'LOniM AS A JIKSOUT. 1'U1 Till:
Xv"i'/I cmi ;intiiiil! c Mf from tliiiiiy whntt I.t.1'i-1)ISE.I :n.
lisp, the Detiiocratic nominee\ for Vicc1'iesiilr'iit. tbeStrttiThose: with. The extension of railroads: into( the upcountry .
,, 1 f"fl'I.t 'lir linn rill ,1! "', ., the renders, of
<> vii rttjfif.-' syr.In I A year ago
WH: present nnd spoke snuiclengtli, whom they contract! for the use, or purchase' of Icorgin. South. and North 1'urnli-! 1:0JUt, r }:. .
}: theory 1 tried toleinonstnitc
("UTT \NCTW IC and nid : If I nm clccteil'( I I shall nttcnd tll of land: ,I or!'har: (' of crops: to whom. t they look na and Tenni'ssee, will have u tendciii-y tu the Mirror remember a ar

""I( I'HKSIIWVr:: : the public' !. nir.iirs. n" c lo
GENERAL W. 8. HANCOCK (d to my I\MI, and. it will he. the aim! of lily see to lie Conservative-Democrats! ) and their ernltutu ,delightful mountain, resorts! in
+ r (I.' PEXXsyiv\NM. life to ilischarge every duty lioneMly! fenr real friends, with common' intexp-ts' and burden in preference to the (crowelce s.0 much in its ('h'IIT'lki"I gentlebr'czesaltdwarm

1 li"!<.Iy, to the vary hurt t of my ability ; lint asa with all the :sympathy and kindness begoten and expensive: and vastly inferior Northert air, us in the remarkable equality of

n rOil VtrKrUKSIUKXTWILLIAM : : : bigoted, partisan' but in that broader nm of old R..I111I'jatillll""h !summer resorts. Nowhere in this country air-pressure.' With I view of confirming

t H. ENGLISH better. sense( of partisan statesmanship<" u hid \\ should they not net together to secure arc more Jl'llItiflllllell1th! resorts tube fount. this hypothesis, I beg to l+k the special attention

OK I.NWVXV.I'ltf.MIIU.NTlAI labors always for the right, always for the nn 1IlIc1't11111 economical: : :Mate: administration than among (he Allcghanics.;: : and on time i eif medical( rentiers, to nmll, of
maintenance: of the correct principles /"f II member" of the Iegislaturennd countyollicers Cumberland Mountains. The valley of the' trt-daily observations! upon a standard: barometer
: : ELI/TOIN.: the
taken during
}k "TT.T '..\H'.Ultal. ';.: : Jeirersonl.m Democracy) ahvays to 1".lIlOtl'tlll'I"II'lllIefol" ? .\ party which pledges' ) to them Frene-h Hroad\ i is becoming well known, andthe and. thcrloletl'r.

:-'. : PASCO of Jcflerson (Cuiinty. nnd prosperity of. the people "the fullest possible! protection in the exercise near completion of the railroads' : centering last six month

.AI.HKRT UUSSKLUofDiivul:( ( ) (County.FIRST I !believe. that the best I way for a party or II of their (/I..II.olilil'all'l... ) hl!'," and, m mparty at Ashcvlllc will soon' bring the cool Archer lies in the midst of heavy River pine i I.i is
man to achieve ( i is to deserve It, ami which has forests t extending to the Suwannce ,
success the power to lieu'!form; all mountain de\'lltiol" of North Carolina i
WSTUICT: 'I''I'TI Gulf and I
J. K.: YONfJK( :, of Kseambin; (' iumity.NIIINU that he serves, his: party best, Ivan !series his that they I pledge I ,1;: i is the party' with which within n day's: travel from almost (niiitry bc, ,t. Kor) myself, I ho'tic' tanas they are allied by common interests-it. is part of theSouthern, Gulf Ill Atlanticstates forty-five miles 11iImt
: : l.r"THlCT: will be. concluded,l with that the taken nt 7 a. m., 2 p. 111.111.1I'
THOMAM) P. KINO j.of Alachun \: decencynml party of their real fril"ntl'rlmt the The mountain ranges of Tennessee were uniformly
order. befitting' an enlightened: law- ('..lort'tllllan'II"t.' i is to !secure a home, the are not yet t accessible! by rail to any extent, \! '. ill. The mouths: of January ', Februaryand

con iiovK.iixou:' : abiding, liberty-loving people.( I hope' we menus of comfortable support for his family: nor are they provided, with. sue'h :ample' hoh'll'I'Olllllllltlalol'lI March are of the most interest to our

1 WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM !shall have: n fair' anal hone.st: election, amid.} the protection of the law :and. the privilege' :* the'increasing number or; Xortll'l visitors nnd accordingly will receive

C>K' I.F.OX: rofxrv. that the fairly-expressed will of the people' nf making the best use of his faculties.: He summer visitors demand. Heersheba! Spring the most atl'ltilll. though .\lril. May

faithfully carried into execution." We will prosper' in proportion as these are i I" a popular situated' onthecrol and Juneare none the less agreeable, Ind in
Full, un'nX.\XT-unv.n\"III: : : : : trust 1 these noble sentiment- of ttr. English secured to him.EIHTOHI.iL, of the very eastern slope 1'lr.of the Cumberland. lulu ,ole respects are far better for fragile lungs.The .
.LIVINGSTON W. BETHEL. will be the of the barometric daily variations: ;
key-note coming canvass.Vc reached, by stage from Tracy City, the terminus
,' OF :MOMtOR I'OC.NTV.roii \ have had: enough! of fraud and recriminations CUllll/:SJU.'II'Cl. of the Te-nnessce foal Company's road, Hx days in January, : in Ft'lllr) : in

I I ('OXflllF.YII! lt"T IHSTHIIT, : to determine the wish of the respect' NASHVILLE! :, July 1, iswi. which tin.rgl'" from the Nashville! ,t: Chattanooga )(Iar'h.Eight; varied days! in only..JliIUIIIII.01. February, 4-

ROBERT H. M. DAVIDSON, 1\1011'IIII'IIII'l'r bothpartiesthat! thereshnllnot The recent (..t'lIt'nllial1..111':11111". : of the Railroad nt (Cowan !station The in March., vlri.t only .02.
OF JAIWDKX:: I'OUXTY. 'only be no 1'1<'1'1101fraUtIl''!, but that there 1 founding' Nashville reminds how IIt.'Wour location of the University' "I the South at Three days il February, : in Inr'h.u
hall! be them. tied only .4,3.,;{
no nppearaure.f'
h N. has built rural
country 1'itminalnnlvtthemercuryof Scwaiieo up a pleasant Four (clays in In February. { I
cult(1)\11RI-I'n' : : IHs-rr.HT' : The high tone, the integrity, the honorable JIIIUa1) I
; situ-
the Cnutberlan'linnntain
livingmen; the great region I lying west:, of town on March, only \
\ GENERAL JESSE J. FINLEY, record, of Sen.(; Hancock ]mid (',,1. l EII
0 f h ) OF ('1H.t'-IIIJA ('IW T\'. )plan's: them upon' a plane above" ) the wilderness. inhabited by fierce savage: tribes, of the Nashville ,t (Chattanooga Railroad, hours ..01.:

t 1 shall! of calumny, malignity; nnd misrepresentation hostile! to the American and to any settlements and reached by the Tennessee! Coal Hai- )Iaklnl I total of P.) clays in January, I 12
Tin: miAun ISSUE. the missiles which shall he aimed in and March[ ,, in which the
I I : ; : being' made, in that country. The road: from Cowan. While there are n number 111
) s, In ili'fault of any other 1 issue to make in against siuh men will recoil to the injuiy olthose settlement at Nu-Lvillc was the extreme of good, private boar -houses, thereare variations nir-powcrelid not exceed onc-
thy there will doubtless !Ina who Mend I then It needs the fourth of inch, and within these! limits
I coming canvas only outpost' in the West t and! was reached. by thecinuitbus no hotel I know of no point where a an
strong cfl'ort: made to assail t thc'Conscrvativc- fair the full expression' of the people lit tinpolls route of crossing from North Carolina I larger patronage' might be expected' for 1 the most fragile I lung would lot lie atTcctcd.

Demoerntie party of the State in the matter to place' these candidates of the }Democratic to the head. waters of the Tennessee, good hotel during the !summer months than The experience of phy.sician< generally hasslmntvn

t alleged 1 frauds committed lit (he last (Congressional party' sa far beyond the slender majorities thence descending; that noble river to it'! :.' Vm1lmre. r Homo of_ the enterprisiter. _hotelbuilders that barometric changes! of one-tenth

f election. The Republican candidate which invite manipulation' that it June'lion with the Ohio thence to the mouth in Florida would turn their atl'lI' tn five-tenths inch of mercurial depression

( for (Congress' in the Second District) has! will he. hopeless' for designing or ,dishonest ..1'11.1'. (Cumberland Riverand up that river tion to building comfortable family hotels! tend to congestion', homorrhage, increased!

:Ilfl'II,1III. his' open letter )published some. politicians to create u doubt or impair the to the present' site of Nashville, !so named on the mountain the investment< wOllol'' pain in nervous troubles, and relapses! of

r weeks since Ir 11the brut nad.rts, made certainty of their election. after 1 Ccncral Francis Nash who fllIltt the doubtless. : be profitable.The many disorders, and, this without regard to

charges: of this' nature extending to all sections It Is: umilteressury: with such. candidate: for battle, of d'ermnntown.; ; Tennessee' wn. the University of the South" hl. been' in heat changes.: The lung-dlseu't bear up'

of the State. He evidently overshot the (Democracy to assail the weakness of great Indian. hunting groumlahd, I this settlement !. operation about t1 'I'I", and has, attained, well with' an intense cold of 00,10, etc., along +

his: murk ; the ahsolute falsity as to 14'111'111101' 1 their opponents, in the language mIrI I l Kng-: was" made! in the heart of their a high linractcr for the sound I and, thorough I, us! the barometer is steady..

the exaggerated: coloring as to others' leaves lid! speaking of (ten. Hancock "That be prl/cel hunting territory, and evoked l their education, given to its! pupils.' ., Having 1 Again : Sunshiny days: allowing active

tliejittle residuum, of what was' true framed 1 will he thech.ireutthe; people\ ,, for President determined efforts:, to destroy' it. The New grammar school elcpartment' connected l with out-door exercise, are lu1ati\.c of lung troubles -
I in such m nn envelopment of unreality that it I have no question whatever. He will ; I and we find that ninetyoneday. '
Kngland: ;: skirmishes with' the Indian were i it and uniler the :same management, 1 complete ;
loses: what little I force certain admitted facts be (.led'llltel'llU1t' he ought to he elected. I I. child's plaVf compared,1 with the hand-to- course of etluc.ition can be pursued, .* of January February and March, 18$I.
: would, have given it. That certain local officers believe the best interests l, of the rainless and in twentytwo
country re- hand unceasing warfare ef the settlers on within its walls, from the age of ten to mature sixty-nine days were
t in I'.revard I comity committed fraud in lire' that he should be' elected. He i I" a the Cumberland for the first' few years. The manhood. 1lolltlol on the l'lll.er. days rain f'l only during 140 hours,

1373: Is well known ; that they claimed to be- man in every way lilted Ii'T! the exalted po Indians were more numerous, and, the historians land Mountain[ in a high clear ami and generally at night ; forty-four days were

tongto the ConscrvatlTe-Democrntie: party Is I'itlolHe hits u record us }pure ns the untrodden fewer; hence the Indian wars! of Tennessee cool mountain atmosphere, Ilr'( a physical almost t cloudless.JahuaryIS .

f also true, and thttt they thought they here snow upon the mountain top.} He is and Kentucky are not so well known and highly advantageous training' which clear days ; i cloudy ; !!) on
*>crvlng I hl.lllh'rl'l'll"lrthat' party is probably u a grand, clear-headed cloar-beurted man, abrave which rain fell.
as the King; Philip wars of New England: stimulates to mental exertion, while the
fair Inferem-e' That they were noting soldier, a great commander, n respecter February-13: clear clays 9 cloudy, 7 im
upon | but were far more numerous destructive plan of winter instead of summer vacations which rain fell.
anyy) other than their own responsibility' and of law, of order, nnd civil rights." Of Mr.Knglish to both sides: It was III fact u contest fur suits, our outhT 11'01,11. The charges arecomparatively March-13 clear days, 12 cloudy ; (0 em
1 lor themselves! has not been shown. They himself the New York Time; which rain fell.
r says, the occupation' of the valley of the Mis.sissij(j : '. low, the advantages
I may, therefore, be considered In the mime thnt on the score of ability, integrity mulMutcsmunshi pi then belonging) to tbeSpanish: : and French : attained are unt very reasonable, and The average temperature of the 't months.
light us other criminals and they have : < he ought to have had l tilt! tint wa. : 7 I. I., 59.3 ; 2 p. I., 72.7 ; 9 p.m.,
any | : crowns and the title to which was' extinguished within the means .>f most of our people (;i'i.O' or (M.3; : daily
1 received 1 their diwcrts nt the hand of the Jaw. place the ticket. In his own State be I is IV'rugeThe
upon by the ai'quisition of Ixmisian.i who contemplate sending their sons away average l rolt'tt'r: 7 a. m., 30.03 ; :
Of this' no one I is' dNposed i to (complain Thu never: mentioiiedbut with respect and 1 honor; about twenty-five years aftenvnnls.Tennessee to !ch"ol }'Iorill )has' always hud u fair I). n'., 30.04 ; 4. p, m., ::10.01 or 30.04- dai.n.r
"Train 1 committed in Hrevard has been thenrtifurr of his fortunes In- has : e.Tllse.
regarded own acquired
I : has become one of the) most )productive and quota of her youth at this institution, and
by all as" u crime deserving! of punishment n largo estate and i is universally respected important of agricultural: States, while it we hope that many others wil be sent there. slight differences! continued ('t'rll

:l and with which the Democratic partyus ns a public-spirited, liberal generoiiHhearted :: is: equally valuable in its' rich mines: of copper The next term opens> on 7th of August long a l1'rlut give the J.(1't rest to lima

1 i I such had noprioity! or concern. It is for and unostentatious gentleman.IXTEUKSrsOFTHECOLOttEltMAX.. iron and coal ; its marble bciU are the and continues to the 18th of December. fragile ; enabling the t'1 inrdlcatrix nutlira -
. ., full the enfeebled blood-vcHscN
the interest of that fraud should sway ;
nltJtllrlll' richest' in the l'marl Mates' ami its sourcesof The ('umherlal.1 :Mountain unlike the
m be punished The Democratic State Convention weultlfare not excelled ,by any State in Alleghany range, is a broad, inhabited plateau regain their tonicity ; the patient, poisonedl
I'' has expressed its' opinion on this The DemocTntic State (Convention which the Union. elC\'utl'tlllhlut two thousand feet above l weeks of lose confinement in a stove-

in the following resolution assembled! lit (iuinesville: was confessetlly: imassemblage heated, ('urbonltl..l revels in
I Mibject' : Nashville, its cupitol city, has' a population the sea and about one thousand feet above IIhllOllhlre.
t IeMu1rr,1That the ConservativeDemocraticparty l of representative men of the the the pure air, fresh frm ocean and perfumed
of ( and is mountain elevation
nearly 50,000. u grow tugs prosperous surrounding country
rI 1 l of Florida condemn and denounce! Int111'JlIl1l1tl.llal1gulIgl' })I'mlll'riltit'.t'tm"t'1''lItlnl'art throughout by contact with the pine ; there i islecrcuscd
the frauds' in electionswhich city. It is: leading market for cotton which reached by railroad climbingthe
the State. tllt'm'fl' who need or reliance in drugs and
i, have been MO frequent of lute years.We Among men are ('urn. wheat tobue-eo and flour. Its mountain sides at a grade of two hundred ; I
arraign the leaden and everywhere respected for their integrity, % stay here if protracted for a series of years,
Republican growth has been healthy and grl\llualullll feet to the mile with as much ease as a
i charge ... with being the authors and instigators !standing and honesty. When that convention often elFec-ts! cures that are wonderful.
has been carriage rolls over an level .
never spasmodic or sjKjctilative. ordinarily
of these crime's against' the purityof the resolution rOI.l What (' be more delightful
I of the hullot-box ; but whether I'crl't'trllh..1hy | passed following they Its beautiful State capitol' occupies a lofty The descent from the level summit the 011 or h'I'li-
cial to invalid than the first
Republicans: or by men calling thein- meant exactly what they said: position in the heart of the city, and is a mountain is about ae\1 lie continuous nu twenty days
fcelvm! Democrats, we condemn these acts' as 1 Jk..o1rrd'that the Conservative-Democratic) conspicuous\ and beautiful object of notice down grade. Many ) since, when the uf January lost-seventy-six of them bright,
as dangerous to our ]>olitical institutions, party of Florida rcattlrm their acceptance 'ell breezy and bracing; the averaging
I I and subversive of our system of govern all the legitimate issues> of the war To all !for miles around.! The Vanderbilt University railroad was first t built, 1 gentleman temporarily 5t, 73 and 67 barometer ternjK-rature
I anent men in our midst, white and black, we which is located in the !suburbs is one residing on the mountain wished to go ; averaging;
The Yellow lilutf fraud in the county pledge the fullest ]>oM ibIe protection in the of the most noticeable of it'publiebuildings, down on 1 hand-cur. Placing his wife two ;:0.12,30.11: and 30.12
exercise: of their civil and itoliiicnl rights No wonder the '
ke(1 fresh
pain-ra jicople,
t. of Hlu'al.'h'reb. )' the Republic-ail majority recognising; : fully and sustaining the funda- while the new (u>custom-house ,designer by children and IIUleln the car he commenced from the '
,.. ;. was Increased :2UJ votes in that pre- m'n.ullaw of the State which gives i to every Totter, challengc-s \,1'o1l1 admiration. the descent, using a lI'eoC plank asa braketo chilly pray of : orth..r snowtorni -
"' tinct by forged and substituted returns;, is citizen the riidit to vote as he pleases: and to The location of Nashville is very picturesque regulate the speed of the Car From want !*, with memories "I'To t, slush, mud

familiar to unrest of our people It was> the utter and publish his sentiments, undisturbed but not'er "oll\'I'nil'lit-ILe rolling of experience he Hun found that the car and nuw,('ontrl1t't ourclimutewith their-,
f by menaces of violence and threats of and dreamed of Paradise
,first flagrant crime of this kind jierpctruted .dUfrunchiscmcnt.: so recognizing! and hills on which it is built preventing wa getting the start of him and that he was being typified in

I in ,the State.: It elected or gave the benefit sustaining this right, we denounce and arraign much uniformity in the !streets or lmiltill'I.It :" +. losing the l'ontrollr it. He helped his wife i this land, where mere exlst'nc i a (111ght
( *>f a JIf.am'i* election to a State Senatorwho the Republican party for its systematicap has a considerable wholesale! business for ou" and one of the llihlren. but the bpeedliad Orben who feel, as I do, that the possibili-
>eals to mob violence: over the colored ties of life
t l. f. ( served I Ids,i full term.'and to a Republican i people] of this' State, and for the systematic the supply of the interior towns, anti is the la-come .so much accelerated that the tu are extended, can hardly findwords
., inemlxT i'f Congress! who served nearly terrorism over them which has been( a regular centre of an extensive railroad system which car with the nurse and! young child still on express the gratification for such u
1 : his full 111.1'111'Ilc unseated. appliance of the Iltlitiml machinery.' i-ontributcs its It ed front sanitarium.The .
term was The i largely to prosperity. was i slipi> away his grasp and he was
\:'t'1 ',:> 0.' immediate Instrument of the fraud was" )punished vVc plolge ourselves to protect and sustain before the war rather doubtful State in its unable to overtake it, There seemed little remaining months of April, May and
; citizen in thc .'xerclse of Ids .
t every -- June show
A ': t but the supposed instigators were against all lawlessness; to the fullest! {xKssihleextent. )H' >Iitics! but I is now one of the most solid of hope: of erting the destruction of the nurse I regularity almost as' marked a*
1 .\I .:. never reached. The Archer prec-inct No. :2 the :Southern States, giving a clear Democratic and child' a-s the car now bounded along already tabulated, and couiiJetclyoverthrow

iJ :.."., wai another instance- a fraud perpetrated The Republican press! and delegates complain majority of 50,000. The State debt with ever increasing speed towards the font the complaint occasionally made,
of sudden
.. ja u iiuiar| manner, anil the latter was the that they rt'ffiH'tthe- cold shoulder at quo-lion has 't'ah'll! a good deal of dh'ialoutllII.m of the mountain, and it seemed I'rlbabll it changes in our weather. This

( '. lneauis.f placing in the Presidential chair Chicago. l),mubtltwl they did' and hen* the !; the people, but it is ..supposed will would jump the track and hur the woman charge i is wholly unf'Uull'll.' but note the

j the proent incumbent. Hut these frauds chairman of the Florida delegation got up not enter into the coming canvass to any and child dow n among the t'Is to meet almost rt'111 The )1111w :

x did not justify the, Urcvard county fraud ors and endeavored to make a patriotic speech great extent. The better portion of the certain death. The distracted parent barometric average for-

j even excuse it, and the ;Convention ii\ upon the sufferings of the Southern Republican community, the tux-hwyers and menof followed as fast as they were able almost Varied only Av lem. Clear d*)".
-\I'ril. ......... 73.1 11
x their resolution quoted above' while placing *, he met with a cold rt'l''I'tj.m.llimll,). I'I'I'l'l'rtIUt' tl il'lm" of an honorable settlement uralyzed by fear and txj ectiiig every mouent flay....-._...............? .0. 75.4 I s!
..the rnswu.ibiiityofinitiatiugelection( frauds ; Iwcuuse the Republicans there avemhlcd on the best terms which will be mutually to reach the scene of a catastrophe.. June................. .oti $1." !
in Florida: on Republican) leaders who had got tired of this sort of stutl mud did not satisfactory, white another clan, I II. led i The car meanwhile went ujxin its course ; April 1-iy i......... .01 70." li

I Nom }JII..tlgat.-t.l l tho>e we have referred to and believe a word of it ; and moreover, realized by wiiu'pcrvcr-e old and I young politicians, j the nurse with great presence of mind threw June May 1-20.::-:l)........,......... ..otj 02 79.7 73.4 7

7 ha', ,Others very properly denounces in emphatic that under theleadershipeif such self-cho-sen are opposed to the settlement and have organized herself that on the (.1 c\-.rlngthco child, and _
language, all such crimes, 'whether frpe- leaders, the Republic-ail l l..t\r' at the :Sleuth a low tax party, the real purpose of awaited the result. .\the foot of the mountain Average for six month at 7 a. m., 30.0". i 3Ylure.

xr : .t rated by Republican: !!! or men calling them- was not, mud never would-be more. than achine w bit h would seem to be ultimate repudia there is a \end to the track on an ascending 11'lpt'ratur.< 11;10 ; 2 p. m. 3.0 trini>eni-

JI.2: t 9 ,
.,. ,HM'tl't's U'lIltIl'r.lU:1 dangerous! to our po- of oflUv-secker who n'pres'utelJioiMMly :;. tiun. It i Ii probable that this *v si-d queslion grade The various ; p. w.,30.05tenuhmernture. 74.: :
I I l'urve "
73 clear
It" 10, l'kdl iiulitutiotu, uiul subversive of our sj'II-1 ) and misrepresented respectable Republicanism will be taken up and settled next year "inu'I..ltle of the track a it hugged the side ant which days, 4s (cloudy and rainless, and >!Ion

{.. J. Jteni t.f g''l'tI\lul'nt.-II' ti. In this ..' as it c xi..u. at tho Nitrih. They a> a sejiarate i>>>ue. of the mountain fortunately checked the I rain fell.
.,." ::t\" --jlfiiination we are sure all ConscrvativrJJemiKrut I realized moreover, that under such inditions The crop*- in Tennessee= look very well. It I II !{**d of thecar audit remained on the track I f Rut this ha, been a dry and warm year

l p t;t' > will heartily e-om-ur ; and if thevjepublicuu and with Mich representative* of j I Is, a land: abounding in all the necessaries of j until it reached this ascending grade, and i.r! Dr. Baldwin gives, an average only of
t. ,: 'ti : arty iu this State will with Republicanism the "solid :Oulllh"'uulot i life, except a Florida climate, to which we runnilJ to the end of it struck the barrier j '0.1' twenty years. The full series of

;!, ; '*tqual cmpha-sw. and elcterminution take a j remain till to the end of time.We Ii are very glad to welcome as many of her recoiled logo back down the short grade, I ob-ser but these vat ions would b interesting to many ;

'\./ .r.' : su6ui; t ugaiu these 1 corrupt practice, we I n-yard all this itS fortunate for our colored citizens\ as dowse: to ,'''IIIt'. The Teuneeoeans and making a partial ascent until the momentum I must suffice, and certainly justify

j 11 :',. :, hallll11\' an honot i-ount of votes actually fellow citizen They, ill now realize I are alUong our bent settler, enterprising In- wo dlt..ktl. i o.sullatedb.ickwurdiami l I the inference, that fur most lung diseases im a.

J:: .... f C 45Z by' impetent and legal voters, \:xduolof that their >rllce-.eckiiiJJ; gull t'dl\'hlll.lill j diu-trious and able-bodie4 mm. The railroad ,: forward until i :t 1'1'(1 A railroad lor of the Cnie States will more likely
_' 'f.nilluen hom the }law excludes, amid M'1t'-'III-tituh..t leaders are powerlesstow to villages> all eem to I be growing and hand who had seen it coming duvin relievedthe rl1d' the high rolling land i In

.' ": m:z.i a", tilt UUHI tlisfiiinchisod by crime. and. any gun I ull1' t themi that their '1--1 lioth town and country look pn.h'erou;. I I woman, almost.t .sjnvchlos with fright the inter r of the .'lori.1 peninsula. S
'. 'lIrth1an.1 fn inivnand The Nashville Aitfrfam i Ii of the lest : and started hack JAi C. Nita, 1).
1 .. ., ''' 'tl. rem eaie1X14 ;, ass" are \\ : + one to meet the j arents, who July d, L Fn. l

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VOUTWAI. XOTK&Cm serenity nf "the litpubllmnamp" and It' ILINCOCK'S lIS1'
would. )like above all things to ltr"JI'III- ItKlt : ." . I A tandidnto. for the Vice-Presidency cannot The Democrat of the I'mpire State.
( ,. R. (', l iM.utsoi.t.: says nf the I Hancock unhj and( discord into the ranks of the united Helovv are given the full text of ( i'll W.S. I bo scratched. There I U no hcll for thoRepublicans are united., In I HO I Lincoln scarcely mrri'o

ticket : "It I is indigoand I enpptratylu't :and hallu"I'II'I"I"'ij'II''. 1'I'olk'I:11011: th'ulrl Order I. who are growling gruntb- Now York having n majority of Ie!! thal \
,| enough; indigo to uteh the bays!* in blue assuming) 11'1 ling 10 heartily at Arthur to-(11) They.mustconsole In IsiW Seymour
< lnri'o
and the rest rebel-butternut." Flt.w. \\lnTI ltS"II' :I-Tht'. tiarficld of the military lit riet which illlll',1 1 II.:1:1' ., themselves with (' .that ?the c\'el thli\1. Orant carried New Yor\ ,
: tint :
Kciiubruaiis lllltl..tO't do his 1 best to earn :
:-: .of l.oui-ian.x: and Texas Conkling \ery large
handsome percentage
TIn XYork herald in'" ilu- n.ini"of wi"w by 1111ri"lJl I I
; of carrying n Miigle is
I "lllt'r I II Vice-President
\ : the
seven Ni-\v York t:1'1'"hli"lII''h": tailed\ mi This I assures iH: ileitoral votes t 1,01'1.1:1-( ( I llKVtXjf: .\ : {' KlKTH MltirVKV DlsTHUT.Ntvv New YOlk, In.1 thlt of thll'11,tt':will hdl tC \H'l the-
Hancock\ to assure liini of tin Ir support. (.,.k. Ho will need. only forty-seven ; OKI.KVNS: lNovember, 'Ji! I lsf.7.tnttrnl not a person of intI"I'I'.. or Wvrertlrr ilporlall'owhile Uti'trite majority of (lcn. \'(' In I
They declare that with one txrc1)ti.m! none ralotes in the Northern States! to complete! ( ilcis y,. 4r). the ln'-o: klt 1870 Tiiden carries I 1 the State I), .IMMJ> votes'
__ of them had ever voted.l a Denim I 'r.itic liikct. the requisite,\ majority 1$.">. Where t'ulht, I In U"I'lllllt'I'ilh (.iciieral (nl'1 No.M (Dem. .lllf 9 lly n Democratic defection jjMMI"t!-. ,
"I ,' : this the ) the h Rcp\iblicans elected l. with small margin
get ? The Mates 1\11 Ivania, New Army eljllt.l'llral From day on
1"\1 lt'all'larlt'1
'I'll \T did and astute\ pol it it-inn: Thurlnvvnerd York aid C Connecticut east! ( \ "luiui ton, I D. c'.. .August 1 have: to place themselves to spare, their State ticket last fall ; but theRepublican
on being; asked hisopiniouof t the (Cin "l'n'nh"nl\ S. Hancockhcrohv minority was Mill hopelessone.
votes, namely : I'ennsyh'ania 1'7, I> 1', Majnr-tJciieral \ unless!I. indeed, tho Democrats, hUlkt'ltnl 1 j
cinnatiurnnintcssntd: : 1n)1)unf'rtuuntelyompclled cnnnnand) the! riflh Military other The ) of New York is
S'ew Jersey J nine, New Voik tbirty-fnc., and jissjimos I'n"IWi"I' With any of the 1l'ICt'rntc'utl'
(' if I :saty: anything; to !IIhat: theDemocrats Connecticut MX. (In a :straight District, anil, of the department composed candidates\ who 1I\.I.received ten lr more votesat toW tlCrChl only H'pnh1.

have !stopped" 'blundering: and the two parties. New Jersey ul.I p"1I'ItWl'l'l of Ihttah':: of Illi..II: : and. Texas.II. Chicago th,' lkp\hHlmll'oll.r have noted can romlJ'cr Ilrt'll that norhCIIIIHI ,AI
have made ttrnng) ttt'kctV 'i s) eminent N be the State against Hnnceick. It
are H'mIC'rlil'; and Connecticut I Tho (It'I\r1 ( : gratified upon the aggressive, \ may thur can lrn'
a Republican as 1 It'. Weed mknovvl- II''illl..l' in that dinttioti. \\ hileIVnnsylvanirt to (learn and. iiiiit| reign in thodepartment. their IlIt'ltiol'with Hit there nits i Is the Republican party of New York thnti"di'lllt'I
edges; tau. (' :strength of the ticket it must hoaccepted \ has' hl'I'1 disposed to go liepublican. Il'IU.t.I ho his i pl\I' I I preserve dark spots upon his Ontl11, whkh will beiflduslriou'ly \. I has two wings-the Conkling

IM strung testimony nn that point.GEXKKVI. In tho spirited contest: of H7i;. : thi-t'IHllllll of : II'HI-I: i elaborated by his: UlP"I'lt-l: wing nnd Curtis wing The Cnnkling

l : HVMOCK has a busy time nf it New York gave Tildon anil 1 llendricKs I majority to this great 1'1.1( regards, ,' maintenance and whether madobl.ukor'by winJ rt."rt'H'ltllll'nrl all of it, 1 N olflJI.
jl1..t t nnw reading the comrratiilatory messages of :"L'.IXH; ). New .Jersey majority of of t"'hllltllriit.,, in the fIithfll'xI'I'II'; to appear lighter by bis friends( they cannot (O:1rti'hl,1111, Achilles
: that pour in to hint fmni all quarters!' .12.000.) and. ( 'utltlt'tit'ltt a majority: of :tN51! ) ; lilllof Ihl'la\-I: 1'lhl' must. ellloient, under bo eliminated from the (campaign. In daysgone will sulk in hU tent The Curtis wing i iInconsolably I.

nf the country. They art coming;: in at the but l'ciinIvania went for llaycs h\"llla- existing circumstances.In : hv the attacks of Democratic papersujion grieved at the 1\Iilntlol ofArthur
rate of live hundred a d.iv from comrades: ) : jorl.I 'l7.1 !""), 11111'1 ordinary nreitm- I war it is indispensable to 1'1'\1,1 force )' Jar.( (larfiold' have boon unsparing for anil wi expend its: Independentwrath
in the army, !friend, amt public men, belonging :-1111'( ''' four might; beoxi; >ctcd by forte, and overthrow and "l':< opposition hlI'IIII.tiul with the Credit Mobilicr, the upon tlr trket The IIIUSSCH of the
to (nth political part it,,,. '1'111'ill' to vote ill November next t as hey( did four to lawful authority. 1'ut\\hen insurrectionary salary grab, and Washington paving, yotertot Indifferent to "that
dicatethat Hancnckill: have a much largerPel.ublicnn'ute ; years ago.' : : li a result would; I more force has been OH'I.throwl, and. l'Ollrd", Those!" are all of the past, ; they man Garlicid," while tht111'c pride in
: than his most: earnestup: \ I than :sulJlce In'l.1.H.incoik and I Iugli.h: peace t.'tlhl.lt'll.; and I the civil authorities have 1111'I'11'mphalkilh"II'lIi"11, bUlll'n.r'lt'olp'ld 1\I'- And this: i is the situation in the

porters hiipcd fur, for New Jersey. Now York and C Connecticut are .:, 11111 \iil to peiform their duties <1 tl doubting, : } ,' Inteof New York
(cast fifty.votes, which I is! three more than Iht'n'mlcl'ulh' flue litar't'r\ should eciWl'tok'a.l, "I'l ifthcuhbiahlneluertrrldrr.drrfi.l; ( 1.),
WIIILK: Garlic-Id( wasborrowingthnt; III"IIl'Uakc \' candidates will need with the and the ion resume its natural June !'.
from' ! :
; l and
: Hut with
whole Mite of the : rightful 111111Iilll.
he should have fixed: upon the :Mini nf $::1.1: >, at the head-olth nf the ticket, the Ih'Il11all'ol'k circumstances Solemnly impressed: with those views!l, theGcuernlutunacslt.that No party ever gains unvtbiug by underrating J, Henry Conistoek, the entomologist, ha'addrl'ssetl
It would hove heen just a" easy to havi character the principles the :strength of flu "opposition.. < The letter to the ]111. William (G.i
not of great 1
iiskcdfor&'VIO. : :\ \ and the figure's) would have as: far these are ti'ur-itata an orlll\t'; of American liberty" still are the lawful! inhorit.iiuo defeat of the third term Is stub 1 relief to l.o Due1 I Commissioner of .Agriculture, l1)which
looked, better in a note nf hand It may IM! There as in 'II't'III't1, + people and : he. the Republican party that it will throw itself ho gives (the result his Investigation -

remarked, that $:\t:?) win just the mnount "ftliVidtnd' Jcisev.: arc now York living and) Connecticut Pennsylvania: at least I The right oltll.t by jury, t the 1"lr-Ial/"II' coriiiit., into this campaign with great t'lthu"i- of the Irrptllof the army-worm in '

due on that Credit Mnhilicr stark two 11llrt11 Xl'\ thousand Miters: who served< the liberty nf tho press', the 111'11111 lt' a"I, I I has loader who neither gives nor lint county, 11. tutes. that il'c' \
recorded. in U.lkl'-I.\lIIt'-I': : little memorandum with Hancock in the unity of the I'o- speech, and.! the natural rights persons asks Ilunrl'r. whl tght1 with h"I1)ordnance instance tlie 't lnt npprurcd wheatImt ;
hook Kather a coincidence, isn't 1 if tomac nt'l., while tens of thousands' : of them and the rights of property must bo pre : tutu w hn ,' !il hissuccess. the greatest injury clone to the corn,
In 1 js7i; th. Democratic party carried which, being): young and ,tt'lllt'f. was cuten
first served him Thc two I
THE. first battle of the c-ampaign :111I.t !'r"c,1
; 11,1'r of
while essentialto the country by more a 'ulrl'r to tho wherever it was
hundred, ',' with him in institutions: they arc : ground CICOlntrrcl1
will he ( in Maine.( Tht:11It:: t''I.tiollwill '
fought tlll"al.1111n'
; ; '. In the theRc1)ttllietut I
million t is
!take plant -:1'ptclllhl'r.IIII.1:: a HUHvigorous many a battle for the preservation! of tl the Irl"I'ritr siud! happiness! of the people a majority n\\: I IC The danger, in Kent (county nlw nearly
)leas to entitle where
further north
ni.h the induceumi'nt'to party but in loe-ulitios
effort will he made tn it Union, and the tens of thousands: have :< :strongest" : (111Ilthinl over,
; larry ami order. Crimes and, offences it ( time appeared later much remains to
toshonflor 1lllrt. 'IIIII"I'I'
him sword iu band lighting peace
against the Ite-publlcans.!1 The Democrats' hlll.I'r
and) Grceiihackcrs; will he allies, and there isivason with them) in the thickest pro'', committed I in thj.district must bo referred party can: elect I !strong man this ho done. Prof. Conistoek! gives 1('01 1.11t.dl'cnunt
but it can't do it by or by simply : of the natiu'al of the -
consideration history arinylVOrom
backed the united to the undjudgnu'nt II'Ihl' year hll"I'1
; Cen. Ilancoik, ': by
t to I believe that theyill he surcrss.tall. !I' : I
\\ilh civil ., ( tribunals yelling fraud. It it not expected that the :State: tan these 1'011' States, the proba regular Irihllal. all Iho-t: t- I IIIIt II.thll.
1'II'rlu'\ extra :< will bo supported< in their lawful I juris stay up late from "JiM llf ,hle to Ih\ Hdof from ill ravages, of tho following i.s: asynopsis
he carried: for the Democratic National t ticketin 01i'I'01" wi prove ; Pe'iii.),
November.uVtitftfyiAra (
diction.Should Clm'lir. ) ;
to maintain
November, because a II lajoritof the ample Dl'lIhWrli went majorities laws Jmir !). Tho adult \Insect 1 Is u night-living\ moth, of .
of 1 ls7 in the throe States! that for lll'I'I.I"i"1lj""lfl'xltl
own national ticket. .\ detect (for the Ho- Till'l, and to capture the nine thousand which HI' 10t il'uir 1 ill" civil far as Iltl'llle I is inncorncd, Jiarlield is 1 dull brow 'olor, marked the (l'ntrl and
\publicans September:: however, will not be \011'il l 1'III..ynli which are needed to 1IIIi"lral'-I.: or !IIIII.I 'in'the admin 11"'I'in:1 to : ; but, unfortunately he fore wing with a distinct whiel1"t.,
without its inlluciu-e in the national eontcst.THE : turn that :: to Hancock, mu"t be : 1111tl'I' by the courts bo complained has not kept hiiuselt'su free [ ) with iiu exptnscof: wing of 14inched. \
will bo thoseheadquarters Irllt'lrrptlll The Is white und almost -
egg perfectly
admitted to be rl'I! clamor against; "rebel brigadiers; ," have overlooked II.lami, and its! In1 w'btusuch 1 : ', wi hl'lllle far as one iu lilllr hope to keep WIH his: administrationfree "lr I spherical, its: 1\'t'rlgl"illlt'r is: 2t: 01) 1 .

ays the Iiridgepnrtit,9nt';; ", has immca.suru- electoral votes! wlkh '" cast for Tiltt'lIll as mav be necessary! Mr.( lailield.. of nn inch. Thl III"Jil< : '
l 1.1"" :slackened 1, and indeed is only kept up at Hcndricks: tillr .t'ar ago. :Ial' While the ( icncral; thus (indicates: his purjioso unfortunately 1'111 was: too practices.greatly conipruutiseulby the folds of h'ln'of grass: lr Aruil, nearlyahvnys

all in a perfunctory way. When the "rl'hl'l naturallly inclines: to the nI10'rI'Tilt': to respect: the liberties of tho I people, he the exposures( : of corruption under(1 rant's cone-eating them from sight byj'iishing -
brigadier; : : at Cincinnati practically nominated Cincinna'ti Convention has :strengthened: wi.hl'lIl to understand. that armed ill lr. administrations: particularly) through the Iht'l down tl l'lIfo1I'll portion "t
,' resistance to I the law will he lie by (' I'* of
I or
the Democratic Union General ticket II. l Ir
by been IhtI'nf
;great placing: Wiial ElIllbh'l\ol discovery: that had led astray: by
they placed( an extiuguishcruisut! the "relict it as!I the: candidate : 1(1 i instantly! suppressed by arms.ly lakes Amos in the Union Pacific matters l.tlr over thl'II. Kggs may he laid I
briguditry"hvtvltv'Incll, has(done :so much to one of the ablest\ and most popular 111'1 in command of SlajoMiciieral( \\ S.Hancock. and that ho had share in the fraudulent singly l II rows, whih :sometimes c\IIIIII
hinder u cordial reunion nf North 11111South the State, aiid his!l name "i most likely :t'- W. i( ;i. '(11'mI.I": contracts of the Shepherd 1 Ring! to as many as fifteen twenty.)'. The form and I
and has prevented a full restoration ('urt it to the Democrats) the preliminary tn','. I.iout. ('nL..leting A's"t. Adj't. treat. the hope that us President he nlo\ color or the larva Is: too we'll knovvh to reouireeleseiiption -

of business: relations: between the two sections election in October, just: I.' Hendricks secured high moral tone to his administration.! His 1 here. The duration of its

(iciicral l llancock'.s election will it in 18715. 'This will render. the triumph IMII>IHKNT JOHNSON Tiiori.ur ,VNUBVIDIIN'CKKNIMt party.however, hits kept him In high places life in this stage varies from fifteen to thirtydugs
mark the death of sectionalism' apoliticalissue of Hancock and Knglish in Novciavember WIT ( IT. and we doubt if the on his character or more' When full grown, the worms
for which culmination all sincere, by handsome both natural 11"'I. l burrow for In inch or more in the ground,
: : majority
I .( f the tfciinlr unit X t> : und there transform<
well all business men, be and cosy.-Nrlr! ;"I//
: as as: inny r/rJ ll. voting for him. In a i nmlaist'utthrce-fourths
it ) any ,
heartily thankful.) ,/ '" et : .. t llhl.O.'Y dark hrwI in color,
TO TJII FKOXT.Learning "An olllcial. copv of the order issued by I happen if a Jl'locrtC I ;of; an iiii; length. The number eif generations '
ANKNT the nomination of Hancock, that CU.O'El )laj"I.nl'I.r1'fnltI( S. llancoi, 1'lnj. highest claims 1111 parent personal I r- 1.'U01 varies greatly with the ,
excellent journal, the Philadelphia Jlecnrtl, ; that the I'epublicaii candidate. II' itllr ) Ilh'rlhoull be to\innt'tl-//York,fitaalt- climate. In the Northern States it bus! always

wellsays l : : "There is: sectional 1 issue! this! fo Governor was in the city we hunted lllin malll'r headquarters!' in New Orleans li.tl'illlla11, ., In .ZritnitjVm.,), .Tult ht'cl nuppoxed: l to have but one generation

t lllt'. All the candidates are nf the North, up undeuruert'l him for an illt.n'i\ < 3Hh) day November, has reached me Further 10ulh, during winter of unusual '
North v. Hancock fought the good fight! for found the ex-Senator to bo a very genial I through h' the(t regular channels! of the War CONNECTICUT AND .NI II'.II ItSl.Y.Connecticut mildness, tlUCt'C-lIOI: of broods is

the Union as long as it lasted. Gurficld gentleman and fully willing to talk.: Department, and I herewith communicate has been Democratic State kept tip through the entire year.
fought in the field until he was called away Reporter-Scnutur, how about the rumor : 1 the weather becomes in
it to for such action( seem Democratic soon us worm
by his! ('01l"lilll'III-I,1I11.1: he continued the that you are about to withdraw from thc to bo tolr. in of all the I11"circumstances. since 1H72. In 1873 the Stutc.wus .I spring, moths emerge from[ their;
fight f in the forum. Ilally 'round the flag!: ticket ? Is there any' truth in it ? proper \'il'\ by U.273 voles In 1871 it was 1"lwcrltc pupal[ CtL"{' tl their hibernating quarters

boys: ," i is the cry from Texas to Maine. Not The Senator-Not a rlt I'1 I know : will bo ( Hancock by 1,80! Vot $. In 1875 it WI." ] and lay their eggs before described. Theduration
it'I In 1 ( had :
t''l'n :shrieking Kan.sas: : can 'fly the bloody about it is: what I have /I"'CI il hew spu- I Il'I'I'l'i\'Itlmt the law therule by li.&W votel of 7C1'1111'n u majority of the egg state i i.s fr.J eight to ton

shirt. That sanguine part'lIiblem rests: ina J''r Such t lrll"lsliol Cx.tllll)' in tinimagination 111I0111.t'of his conduct ; that he will uphold thet'urt:4 lit O'cr 1888 Hayes the Grcenhack'ote, votl'l of Connecticut I dnyti. In 1871>, eggs clover in )
dishonored The "solid youth" i is! ) my wish: abutfuy\
grave. : and other civil authorities in the performance : Washington hatchet! ( 10. The
cast In
Of those votes
kindling bonfires: and making! her cannon is father to the thought. No true Htpuhl- of their duties, mutt( that lie was: 5,314. < : 3yyt \Irl : natural habitat of tho was Mated
proper of New Haven fact to which army.worl
thunder the nomination of one of thefirst can has: expressed any such desire, ul\l the county 1
over be the wild
will use military only to preserve! by Ur. Fitch to "in grass of
jMiwer allude further. In that
of the did it would have weight with h we shah! presently
for President no moThe
of Union soldiers! they
the (' the He declaresvery wet spots in and on the border fl'f1
11,1 lfon.t. In\
United States. Her brigadiers are hastening ('OI\llItol"hidl nominated me was I. explicitly(that the snored right of the your the Republican a,482 the 1.lurJy Clnl.t.t'lt hCt,1 1111 1\011' statement he hal IH-OII
was ;
the best
to pledge him their support.Can fair ul :< representntivc trial by and the privilege of the writ of by all writers
jury ,
body Republicans: probably, thai 0,91:, It was: the currency reform vote t hit 111rl. II'ccl'lng
such things beAnd shall not he crushed out "or ( what i i.<
nomination h'I'Jfj eorpui enabled the minority party in that year toelect The IUcton I
in State.
assembled this
overcome us like summer's cloud, ever the free choice of time The convention-, trodden under (ant. He goes further, and governor. "The leather of this currency the ('al"e these sudden und extensive periodical .
Without our; special wonder? was in one comprehensive sentence asserts that I movement in Connecticut the visitations: to cultivated croiw ? Dr.
feel in honor
Or have we for ten years past been the victims I to accepted adhere to it,it ulIIlhal. only that, it i is IJo\l1, the principles, of American liberty are "tl New r'furl Haven Union. Nearly half of this WII vote Fite-Ji observed that the your 18(11( was very
of hallucination ? Was the the of this l ull ( the and wet, while that of 1880 been extremely,
inllrtu\.t. in the State given by city hi
al\\oliticI11 as it is my puri>ose, to use: "all projior meam } cast was
bloody shut but u delusive rag, intended to I to achieve PUCCCKM. It will be no fault of ? county in which tho UIIWH is printed. II (Ir.. On examining r''orl he (ount
.foment the ditlieulties of which it was the : mine if the Republicans: do not carry Florida "Whl'1 a great wild ier, with IInrtrid1 187 i Connecticut gave Hourly one thousam: In l'rcvllworm years It'a1 II
presaging herald? To our minds, in the by an overwhelming majority.It. power in his hands to oppress hl It'low votes to Mr. Cooper, while the great Stat which the worms appeared wui wet, while
of the North and South men, voluntarily foregoes 1,11 ; the year was dry He therefore
hearts of the !jieoplo I am glad to bee you so enthusiastic, \ or 01il only gave Cooper three thousand Pr'lhlJ
for yean past\ there has been no line of sectional hut how- about the story that ( ov. Drew i.s: gratifying his selfish ambition and devvttvhimself vol'. insect theory hut in.a dry'IQ1 this
nomination for : to the duty of (building up the liberties an unlimited extent of feeding
division.: But if the willing to accept the nomination in case you The New Haven Union (t a force in the having
1're.sidcnt by the two great parties of two do withdraw ? all HtrllIgthelluJ tho laws of his owin- politics of a the figures indicate range, becomes- multiplied, anti I

Union Generals of unquestionable devotion Senator, laughing heartily.-Well, in the try, he Ir'2'cnh 1& example of tl highest amid COlnetcut.i ardent IIVI'ltl oftlcl.tlul when it is thus jrcltr wet HCUSOII und
to the country !shall; happily obliterate the to withdraw Secondly public \ human nature II capable of eivcrfiovvcd it out from its
tint place, I am not going (eufmllullutJ. vuh'l IWIJ1N
last trace of sectional bitterness, the cxjicriinent there is: no such!; proposition: that I practicing. The strongest cuil of' Washington II divorced I lurking ( *, alighting here and
is: worth allit costs. It will melt away know of. Thirdly, I regard all such statements to be 'first In WIU first peace, and' COIJ'.tcUt party by the (currency there over tl country. Hut on being thus,
the solid South and the solid North into natural or suggestions as an insult< both to first In the hearts Mi countrymen, 1>. reform It'l'lIbl'l1 I not retur to it, hut rusticated till our arable lands. too dry
party divisions according with the vu- Oov. Drew and myself. I believe Jov. Drew f"ulll'tlll the great face that in all his( il will follow mOV'Ilt their friend and to Han for it, and immediately on maturing unit;

rving interest of different localities The is man of the strictest integrity, and to career he scrupulously ly Ih"luh\1 t:lck, Time nomination of Hancock 'has, coosolidatcd g.ttl its wings UpIII'i flies Ilu'J to the
i issues of the war living finally settled, the question 1 his to his: party, hl'III: from violating lit legal und constitutional 1 in Connecticut all tho elements swamps, whereby MOO tin
be taxation fidelity rights: of his fellow citizens! Wli1 ho surrendered ot of this theo .
issues oflal'e lay relewf disappointment: is: an unwarranted assertion opM| >sition to Republican rule. That is lore i Irllf Hi'y adopted
may he lightened, l'OIlUlert'e ('( and 1 to sav the 1 lea t. As to myself, my his f'Olllb"iol to Congress! the essential fact This: fa.t, inasmuch as Connecticut ry, 1\11 fhtw( 1 conditions in IWiit!) F'
internal harmony restored, we hU11| to lastf'irevcr devotion to the grand principles of the Republican President of that body' siMke i his highest has 1'1(1 auti-' und 1875 (two marked army-worm V'II) coincided -
I Jl'II.Jrt"
raise in that ho had
[ siijing 'always regard- with those mentioned I' ,
has ueverbten State ,
party (11 tmHd HCubJcal every 'lr eight I'II ,
til 1 the rights of the civil authorities throughall )
THE ..WI' and 1'iest is still!; in trouble. Up K.-Hut they say' your lomilutOl hl" dangersand.lkastenVhei'verlower "uleit'lt assurance (tflt'tie vote that If the the-ory jut quoted he true, the bestmeans ,

In this time it hal refused to fly tho moosof created great tli. li.fallnl 111 tn'r the, I' above the law courted I.his acceptance, ho wi bo given nCItral lulIl'll.k. cultivated the o 'eiirrenee'on thU,
Conoverund Lcdwith at the hc.l of its State. Is there 11trnth that ? the aside. Fueh \'u fairly assume that In like 1:11'r pest tn' fields wi he to keep watch
I have heard from calmly (juit tempter fly who in Ohio und Indiana linye left of, land '
,columns, and the Indications do not look S.-Nsit a particle. every I acts of forlKiirniice he won men any cxtcnvlve tracts: low which,
section of the (state, and I tell lagnaltl"I" the Republican because of its untl- he the and if
to its doing so in a hurry. Conov'er can yon Ile universal admiration of mankind and party may il ncighliorhood, armyworms -
fa'ol.blt"won't come down to please the few that though, as u.u.l. there are a few croakers el't haute has rival in the history silver attitude and its general jwwition of ure di'covcrcd. destroy them, either
:soreheads" and this it i is that hurts. Hut and ,,"rdll'1. the party, wa never in a of the whii. no i hostility to the people in matters of currency by burning over the land, if possible, or by
better We will larger Ro- und other will decline returnto with arsenic Paris Lon
as well give up mOloIHJI'I.' green, or ,
our e-otemporury might bef"re\ "I um far from,saybig that Jcnenl Han- JUI.lhIJ .
As count fairness rote than ever and you it for luke supporting Garfield.We or by any of which '
struggling. : men Blllgthe oc-k i is the only l'UflI'o utU'It'all
Coneivor was: "fairly nOlilutel. Democrats[ may brag and boast a*.much as who is Itlt'rC| thlIIri'll I admit that the currency question is not the It vou. Idn\ ;
Republicans. \ (' resorted to insecure you will. The Republicans haven honest unity Washington. Doubtless' thousands'of the 'IUI.UUllt issue in this CUIIVUKS ; but weIcV'rtu.IC. well to burn over all the low lands in t he-
thin was only of; u piece with the tame majority in the State und it November are faithfully de-voted tll bmsist i thin there l Is nutllllJ in vicinity each winter, thus destroying( 'Uu
tart If rl'ul"shenanigan" apparent In all Republican will make it upparelttIL11'hut I I which the men nf the revolution laid down tlS Irlt situation to coax thItl'l'ulJlnlury hil>crnutiig! lu t'b. In case the worm doupjicur ,
conventions. Resides then oiuination H the feeling in the North ? I their lives. Hut the distinguished honor 1.i be. I Jel who have abandoned in cultivated laud, the best plan of

was made unanimous, and this when done Yf.1 have tr'ell I great deal lately, and i tl him of being the first otlic-cr in high aii.v t'uu" ull what i* true in Connecticut action to follow is t prevent the fpruadinof ,
ii orUnariy supi such as the distribution close of the who utterance the same classes of men., hilt them or them to the fields In v'
IlllIt of iUl'rlri.tit, of otlice and the like, as S.There Is I great deal of talk regarding to (these(1'Wil has given the' New Jersey Is u Democratic State, The which they ultninJ| The beat method (.f5destroying \k
well 101ey as to be kind of whitewashing of the Florida all over the North, and many penile ) of military order."I "lItil'ntl m t.rl Republicans: (carried it in 18.?; by a majority them IM by mulling with rollers?',

candidate himself.I Under thC cireumstances are anxious: to invest. Hut say what you i respectfully suggest to (that of &%-. In the Presidential cl'tll of J&GO or hy "fIIUinJ with ulnlt. Purls'preen, or .
will not come h.rea' un olljn'1 the l Republicans lout the twice ; HulwUnuWcan .
it accurs to us that the .S'MM all /VwwIs wi. freely some public recognition of Hun- w hither of then \
remitted to one of two courses--either to Democratic rule as it will tinder I Republican ciK-k'a (cnndu U due UtIt'ral, if not to him, many vote*. In the Presidential election of be applied rapidly hy mixing with watef '
kick clean out of the traced or give the nominee thuini trtifn. The Democrats. of to (the friends of law and justice throughoutthe isGI the l'cllcfatl('arilthe tute by more and using I fountain Urll1 >yj-i.;.
it support tto far as the lH-iui>cracy I"cOJcemf the North accept the votes of the country. Of net as Ids, at MU.h than seven votes, In 1WJ8 Sew Inge. The second line uldefen.e u by mean>, .
it is a matter of perfect indiffer< south to help them into power, yet they a tile, it is but HUlI11 the dignity ohoiild mour carried the State by three thousand of ditches sllllill dug around the iiifentod F
1'0 i.f these ('fUre is Illolt.l. have hcaied| more Inl"ill upon the be vindicated and tt tlat '" votes In 187J CnUt 1'lrr1 I the State? 'field or thtt I'* protected. 'IIe'diclt
though it would b gratifying t southern cople in thalO ff candidates that its value as tin example proelaimcd not U- lost against Grot-ley, 'n's majori fun In.- made rapidly. ." )
could find it in her to ('untri"ut. for ban a brave people ttl.I-llr instance to the nation. AMIUEVV may: 1'nsse.N, ty over layC in New Jersey was 12-in.- In furrow with time 111e" next to the

the sake nf the State, tie election of the I II lirceley Tilden and JaucJ'k. Wiiililit'jl;,,, I). C., tcenArr U IWi?." 177 a ) governor was .1'.tl..1 "by amajority fie()tu 1 IK pnitecteil. and then with a sj>ade
VmotTatie I ticket. It "new movement" is a I forced an old Uylitionist lt you un.t. and of J2.01MI \'utC. and WW the IUtll, side. of the furrow vertical I,
shauparticularly vij.ects to use the nameof now coiniel| r"1' (: a .'rtlona I latest jul.rllh.lal election In State soil be -ompiu-t enough to
(iovtrnor Drew ift give i it fonuuUblcnes. soldier, whose greatest qualification/ JIJ ftftraIILnk_, the outspoken adiocatuof Tim Jcll'rll ted 1 governors In ISO, InH7I. of It, overhanging. When the dit aII'J ,
iiweruiir [)rtl '" the 1)eoMer.itie nuiuiitfft to L the bravery with V !and! I a'.t11t.tle defeat. of thc'lal of lirhofee {, l in 1M77, and have thus completctl, hole-Nkhoulil l>e dug in fan
Lle 1111' and to *upji! \rhipCI during the war. ( ( 1.len" I enr I 11{', in the held uninterrupted 1 (1"t.ltf of tho tate one fiKit tu (i:ht"1 illit' iles-p. s1)I fn>ni' ,
fur a mlmlut that he would II-iou the Would it nut be far better to take (Jarfleld, I \'I.luU of dl'.tlt\11 In nominating government for twelve years, The laerg'leflt i I twenty to ,' alort.| The .I of.tl :
1t employment of his name .dUide the IK.-IU-I a soldier of the j h..ulde and a statesman Mr. iarricM. Wlcl what he thought New Jersey Il"I't know nun'h about Mr-! *e huh! "should l alga l be vertical, or If., l"r" 0
isirty and elect C'
is.'r.tl.the I'liion properly "harlttrzl it, ('rh, who force uj..ii )'UI dose after do.- I : Whether wo l""k at the preeft \\x,.. : ro \[ hI i11 fide of t h.dl.'h. wilt
whuh there bitter an gall, will Invest their .Yon know prcfere11ewailraute but the vote mitt
un in,ult fur uo j capital my 11111"1 tt lUl or past tbcStuti' crawl along the illtll of-it mid
The.sun Htt'l I'reu i II'rhul* thinks that the. with you Lau! as they say when tald, if I \hal.\ #''m.lc'h.ke it would hurt Utnti rf i, the slightest reason to fear that t holt, where tilt) wi noon )wets.Gil. Int"t\WiN'
I "\.t'rUf.r't Illlli'ul'iru"| N as pliable as iu ; "binine., ) have no confidence the .e mal when has Ieeu'rltcterl." (liarlield .'I curry New Jerey. It I i" l'rIIJa the oil I 1.II.J ly, the ditch .
.\m ; hut it tilli his iiiatunc, a it ,' ",.1abet. 1 Ulked FJori.Li wheriver I Uu will h" iiwwp the country before blu that ( lut. in other*. that it "r'k.nl without iu i I I went and met many such an such a nun as Ilayanl or Hancoc-k if the majority than has ever IM'rn rust ihx-ncr' thl In other (1.1 b "I. i

host." Th.f u.t is our cotemporary U \"el .>kwer.Here Democrats. .houl'luinate iitherof them?'* in New Jersey. 'J.J 11 every reason to cijxxt made ulf'rlJ' | u pgxoiMe. .s
much like a .,urrdult'ldl in a 1.lIUUII. I Gets ,1)l Lcduith ratite along un-I "Oh, I r'f any aUth wisdom this (that when ( Ilrllllli'la tIt. "
ty who| U ju-vi-ri-atiriod unli,",all hi.neiglr- lutllh'JI.1) | for ex->enat4>r, and our ret from the Deiuucrjt. *," '& 1.r.l l the Ja llal. We have mentioned theist two States odacent the tumd tn.- WUrl.UtUlt.-mubl. t''1"UI'*m It

l Iur" are i by the tarsIt liar diturb the t.r ( /N'I.6 Jalut"( J. r. ( to : .York without naminjj: New (1'them to (.I IItk a t"'Ul11, .

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b j TilE World's F, lr-for sheep and wool protracts THE / '..UUIU.STI"SIIU.: MM:.

under the auspices of the l'cnn""ha.. : t WEST: 1XDIA) TRAX- .I ---.A-- yr- --,.
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s, nla Agricultural (Society, September :211 t, \lL1lO.1P, Only Direr Line (o New York 1"I.tUnn\ ,
will give $10,500 in )premiums' -$G00' to ( : \ RAILROAD, { (iiomiAT : } j

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PHILADELPHIA claims to he the greatest .

manufacturing center in the world, ami the / ..\ ( ROUTE.: '\ !t, \,< ." {.tm::3,1'" I :N T4AN I D 'BiC0111'.1N1'S
I manufactnrersoftextileftbriestherepublishk "
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t ; ,rnarf M, ISM. -... :P<:- -
statistics showing that the yearly production ...t'1" -
a X in thoir< Industrie* amounts! to ,*!ioOH), ( >.- .:u... i: .\ n is o AT \ to,
a Ito, and of nil the city's factories to *,4OOOoQ. ,_ : m 5tt Tlt. : : STEAMSHIPS:; : : : 8. -
() ( : I :: ...........2.l t.> I'. >I.
( ( ( ........,. 7.45 I'. M. 'I'S'l'I.nX: : TI\AS.: __.......-.r.JI>.-: .'
4; Iris cotnmou now. in the English: metropolis ; < ;in. fi.1i.t. M. "'.\111'. 1 HIXES i I ,

( 1" I to meet with young men who arc prematurely with : 1 : I F'm. u.lit. >i I. ('1'1'tU' I),\ i.i/.1 ti. : .r }., ,),
) =r round-shouldered l and walk ......,......,.",..UI.ti> :!<) A. M 1. t. .';.. : ', /k
bent kl\e:4un,1: 1 111 sort mow tnit t'nt. I 1 1.2. (CA1T. 1J1SK.NE :: :' ilferSJfd;; i
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Riders of the so-called steel! horse" maybe \ a TT7J .,:.-- Sy 7; rT:? !'_
interested know that this ungraceful \ I '. L.'IO:\ : M. O : of the( above Steamers will leave -.-"' -! ",. ,, ....,,"-.
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appearance has been named the hir 'elo / : (( um. Route).. :2..",.'> p. M. Fernandina, for New York every Friday. nc: a3w -
(to Milt the tide .
c hack," in honor of the pastime that causes it. : : ; Cedar\ Key. 1.;>0, p7>f ( This line, bavins) : no transfers: to make No' SEASICKNESS: : No OCEAN) DANGERS)
#, IF the steady! 'How of ice from the North ( 1' 1.11): ) .. 4.11 I I'. M r.I I. bctwi'i-n
,u ( continues' change of the general course "f : I ...................... ...'h O) p. :M.
v steamers plying) between this continent and i : ; :; .. 5.17 1'. M. FlmX.X1IIXXU NEW:: YORK: THK: STP.VMKns;
Europe U not unlikely. The odd: III favorof i < ...................... :o.2i!)'I'. M. ()AeiNthcIM'ST
striking icebergs, when tin i \ ( \ ...................... !!I.ttl: .) I'. :M. : AND ClIliAPEST: CITY..OT ISKII)( ITOX:
a steamship: : ( :: TH.\ :OI'nT.\-()
latter arc a:* numcrotisiH now, are alarmingly i : : \ and. North of ]Bald TlON TO FLORIDA: SHIPPERS.Vegetables' :; ::. n.\"ln C'l.AUK.
great Either a southerly course or the : And
use! of the electric light should become common :\ NOKTII. lout, Fruits will receive specialcare
after this: winter's! experience.' ....... ............... 1.15: .\. M. in handling.\
', () :\ ( : I ...................... 8.11 I .\. :M 1. PASSENOER::: : ACCOMMODATIONS: ARE. : y/y.'fhH:: P.\ "isa
lMPonTATio.\ DOOBSIIOM' AllEltt( t.-say.5 I ( ....... ............... S.;uO A. M. FIRST-CLASS.: :
the Ixmdoii/ Timber Trade, Jiturmil : Out ol ,y--- : : ; \
( it. June.). US! .\. M. V1IiETAltlflI
1'\OOI': : : (II1-H: :; i :
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doors to
the large importation" of American : ; ...................... !II.Iij) .\. M 1. The traveling public' are offered the advantage *. -e_ e" --
which we referred last week were 2,22i: :!) by .....................12.17: 1'. M. : of a DIRECT) ( r.IXI''lTlhJl"f:
the Star uf tirvtia/ with u large: quantity (If AXY CHAXUES.( : ('ollllrl.tiolli'lIIade'\ at L I N I'Y ,--
joinery, and by the tontjihi the next day, : (( 1111I. l Iouh..H.ti.\: ( : M: Jacksonville with all steamboats!\ fur all
(botli from l'cwnrk: ) >l8 package IIf ......................1.tor.M: : ) : 'points' on the St. John's, Ocklawuha, and

doors, and if each of these packages consists ,. ...........:......12.10: p. :sr. Indian ]Rivers: and with the Transit Railroad Steamer City <>(' Hrhlgclon. 1l 1 !
r ten doors only this would. Rive the large .. :.1.-10\ 1'. r. : at Fernandina+ nil railroad, stationsin FITZUERALD: ])
total of 15tl'l)' together 17,400) doors to one !\ ( i I : ...................... :5.15\ \ I'. M. Florida.FREH1IIT, .\I'T. JOHN I
t firm. Altogether therenILeurstohave been l ...................... H.K( ) I'. M. Waits at Fcrnandinii: for, the Monday andThursday !
over 20,000( foreign-made doors importedinto ...................... ,X.10! A. M. : AND PASSEXOER:: RATESAS : ; night; Vegetable Trains of theTL.XTIl' '
I I/uidoti during the week. : (! ...................... 1.15 p. M. LOS BY I INDIRECT: U-: E-i.:: j
j '', USE fir PAPKR.-There is at the Sydney, : Key and South, of Bald \jrffThrough; Rates! and Hills: of Lading .\ (lrU''ET f INDIA)

t I j Australia! exhibition house: built of Iner' \: )'. tn nil points AND1'KNINSl'LAll

I 1 The entire furniture, including\ chandeliers : .\n RAILROAD I ] For passive' or further information, :' >ply I : RAILROADS) ,
I and u stove, is: of paper. Mo too, are thecarpets ; ; !I ( ll'fllld,.) to I
; ,t and curtains! ; and t there is! a bedroom ; R. \\'. SOUTHWICK, Agent, leaving Centre Street Dock! direct for Savan'
; in which there h! not 11111nlllrgo 1'11.I' :\'( SOUTH. Fernandina.I nah. Passengers: i : and !'hi\ll.'r'l( } :' are 11:>,"ureI1. I,
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per hI. but also paper blankets: sheets. ( : .(!.no.t.M.<)! ('. H. MALLORY & CO., of connection! at :-: \'; \ the steamships i'
1 ,' ijuilts mtd female underclothing, dresses ami I ........ .............. i.-111 .\, M. Pier IS) East River: New York. 2-tf and trains fur the North. i ,
.. bonnets In the latest style. It is: proposed / ,( .....,................ H.tO.r.. - -- ---V- "

give series! of banquets' in this building, atI ; NORTH. 1.'I.Oltln.XU IIAYAXAfEEKLY Steamer l>a\i
'I which the plates, dishes! knives: forks ami : : .....................10.00 .\. M. ] FAST MAIL :SlIIVICE."If. ; : :. 1
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) drinking utensils! : shall be also of paper ......................10.15 A. M. ( .\1T. 1'. H. WA11D I I i),

s every thing, in Hue, except the eatables! : I .12.15:! 1'. M. ......... Leaves ('I.'lItretrl'lt:: Duck' every \\'ednesdayturdSattmrdayforSAVANN.1I1touching
to Lochloosanml I return -, :: at >:
f \ : : :
: and Saturday. f BRUNSWK'K; ( :$T. :SIJION'S,1).1IITEN: and,
I ? the Great was! on horseback for hours daily ; ,
f o\\ when over seventy and would probably ( EC1'IXTI. ) .J lrj i \ DOUOY] CJA.Steamers :'

have lived at least ten years longer but for ..\ T.\. t

i I his imprudent exposure to drenching rain at ( I is made, at Atlanta, fin.. JI.-nlol..da. ,
u yilcsian review. The Russian i Marshal, } North, East: :; West tout Performed by 'the nesvand elrattlyau-, are connected by, Through :Tori IT
Knmcnskoi, was past eighty when he faced pointed steamship ADMIRAL (sidewhcel i ), I with the Atlantic: Cnlf; .t \\ II-t India! : Transit
;I Napnlcoji on the 1'olish frontier in 1H07.\ I \'o, fi\, according to the following) i schedule : and Peninsular: Itailroad: ", ami via Savannah
The Hindoo Sultan ]Ia tier AH, when close : Leave Cedar fur I'altimore Philadelphia
I : : Key on Tuesday! morning.Passengers with steamships'!
Eufaula) Columbus (ia.!
upon ninety, marched across: the whole ( from Savannah leave by steamer New York11111 Iloston.
1 : and New Orleans) .
breadth of Central India, and,1 defeated( two : : City of llridgeton on Saturday 4 p. in. Leave State-Rooms:: ." Tickets, hud nil other
British armies in succession flint ht'r's ( ; .\:" .\, KI.A., Fernandina Jacksonville by Transit: ]Railroad particulars, apply to the following Agents
1: : hair was snow white when the French cuirassiers and 1.rtlalllJiuutCIIIII':: train Monday morning I ; ), Arrive at and OHices' :
f.: I rode over him at Llgny.LONDON : York on Wednesday Key West "'c.h1l'I.la1Iwrllin. Arrive at Fernandina, Fla.-dipt.' J. L. Uoumillat: ,
: I. Tlmet/ : The exetssuf production J : ) New York on Friday, at Havana: Wednesday! afternoon.Returning .\\gl'lltl'l'ntrr:: ., between Second:: nml Third.
home consumption in )'nrthlIIcrlctL :{ "" N. P., on Wednes, : 1I'I\'t"lIl\\'all/\/ llur even Savannah:; : (ia.-Cor. Hull and Bryan:: ., I i
I over alone is sulllcient for our 1Il'I'clli'itiell. It increases : ,; :< 1'., on Wednesday. ing. LI'IIKl'y West Friday morning. Arrive opposite Pnlaski and Screvcn hugs
I and will Increase We cannot hope ( ) Florida Inland 'steam:: Ceilar Key !Saturday morning (and nt Jacksonville: Fla.-Corner lUiv and Pine
:.:. that our long worked and exhausted acres! :: 11 ah on TucsthmyVculncs Jacksonville and' Fcrnillll1illtv/ \ Transit Sts.t Dr. L'Knglc'n: Drug Store; A. C. I. inpherc -
I continually requiring the most costly\ renewal \ ; for Savannah min Railroad Saturday evening and nt Savannahby Ticket Agent ; A. L. Hungcrford, "
Sunday.: steamer l'il\'of Kridgcton Monday morning Agent.St. .
t and often BO scant of soil that it is u
I turned will compete Steamers: (St. JnhiC n std i ), thus' forming" the shortest possible sea Augustine, Fla.-On. the Bay, U. .F..
i pity they were ever up,
I of ) and Charleston route between the United States and Cuba.: Armstrong/ Agent
u successfully with an immense area virgin
line of } ; :: ; for Savannah and PASSAGE: RATES.Ciibin.. Palatka, Fla.-Lilicnthul Brothers & Co...
with 1,
,, soil, connected us by a railways, : '
inland navigation and ocean steamers. It tf'r: :; Friday. ErcMninn.Savannah Agents. '>T
/ daily to and fl'llllOt:; OUSTAVK: LEVK: t
has come to thjs. t that, wo are growing wheat ::: to Havana........$.T2 00) $48 !>0 : ,
g not for the grain, but for the straw. Litter \ ] : ? -weckly to mid from Fernandina to Havana..... 110( (00 38 00 General(/ Passenger:; Agt'llt.W. .
is: bulky mid difficult of carriage, so it must Jacksonville to Havana 20( (II() 38 SO F. BAlmY,
; be grown at our doors.' ( : ) !', FLA., For staterooms! and tickets npph' to LEVEit : icneral Agent" :Savannah
: Oak) ,Tallahassee and .IDEX'H: Tourist Olllcc: J. N. HAUK1MAN,
b COOLNESS: IN ACTION.-If the superior oftl- I ( ) 11 Manager.THK [ .
the ) \ ami West Florida. Savannah, Ca.! -Corner ]HuH and nrrantrl'.t .
lose lib It Js all with
cer courage, over !
]11.[ A. CALLAX
I r i. men. An anecdote is related of a stuff otllccr LlllIlH, .'L.\., Fernandina: lIIont Hotel., Agent.A. L. IET..- 111iEit: SCIII-UITI.E: %
who produced excellent effect upon a "'( for all point and J.1.XI'nt.: .
I whole column of men under fire by carrying Lake, on arrival uf Pen Jacksonyule-Corner:; Bay and Pine streets. THK STE.VMEILSm :>1
., an order quietly through a hot bombardment ( .
A. C. LAXPHERE, Agent.St. .
with between his lips. And a .
a cigar :, FLA., :: Angu.tinc-On the hay B. F. ARMSTRONG -9 .-
,, similar story is told of an officer in one of I 1 tf { ST. JOHNS j CITYTOIXT '
20 |
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: for Ocala and Tampa on Agent. j
the battles before Met?. His men) were suffering \ ) __ I
:; and Saturday\ from .
I horribly, and ho was unable to steady ; ST. MAHY'S KIYRIl PACK: i'r.IIIIIE -41
mind Sun
I them until he saw a soldier smoking. lie :- ) Friday

was struck by t the effect produced on his own '
mind, and he was wise enough to walk up ; ; KEY, FL'.,

to the man and ask if ho would give him u Co.'s Line fur r ... ..,_: Jt "M .
g light. Courage is Infectious: as fear. ( Monday and Thursday! "".
i Key West Sunday and -L-
WOKTH TRYING.-The discovery was made ) STEAMER FLORA ?
some time ago that crude ammonia water ] States and Havana Fast!
? or gas liquor) as it I ii: l'nlll'Cl-ndlt with great for Key West, l Havana, : "TIU.I'uve( Fernandina Jacksonville-
promptness: in extinguishing in a tar dis 11\'ial"'raln', every Tues WILL HUN OX THE. ST. MAUY'S RIVer and intermediate land
i tlllery. It is now recommended, as utilizing \ 1'. in. From Havana, during the season as follows : ings on the St. JohnVUiver, and :Savannahand ;
the important fact in question that << every Sat' unlay. :Spe Leave /ST. M. nr's EVERY: MONDAY and Charleston, as folows :
owners of cotton mills and of tar works, THUltSDAY} MORNING at 6 o'clwk, for
a 1 varnish factories( etc., should have on their / }prise, for joints on the FERNIXDINA ; nail will leave FERNAXDINAsame From Fernandina
premises u stock of about 1H)0) gallons of Thursdays; at 0 n. m. days at 8 a. in., for CAMP PINCKNEY FOR. JACKSONVILLE:: AND PALATKA
this gas liquor stored in a tank or old boiler, respecting routes. rates, and all intermediate landings on the river. ,
mounted upon brickwork, and at such an Returning; EVERY TUESDAY and FRIDAY yar- EVERY: WIWXE.D.\.-,
altitude as to give pressure enough for a A. 0. Mu-DOXELL ) will arrive at ST. MARY'S at 5>> p. in., a I
j b'OQCJl't service I in case of lire. The readiness ; ; and Puss. Agent. touching at FKUXXPINV. From. Fernandina
it is urged with which a jet of this Jen'ISupt. 21 On WEDNESDAYS: and SATURDAYSwill
;. liquor thrown into a burning room would act, --- ------ leave ST. M.tav'a at 8:30: a. m., and canto \
I the space being HO enclosed, when the action "FLOK1DA chartered for excursions to ;;zfr' EVERY: FRIDA Y.1i "
qii is so powerful a comparatively open sjvaceand 1)nngcuess; .
with such a refractory substance as '
I Close connection made with
and other jxrints of interest in the vicinityof steuntersfor.
It Is
ho obvious.
/ burning pitch, must assumed ) FtTiiandinu.Through. Mellonville and Enterprise, also with steamers ,
t I too, that tho extinguishing power of : for Ocklawahu River; also: Savannah
the liquor would be increuscdly called forth 1 Kill" of Lading with otcunll'rs for New York, Philadelphia;.
by a more intensely! hot fire-for, in this by MALLORY'S LINK: of Reamers to all lktnn and Baltimore.ullcl at Charleston w ithm.
case, in all probability, the ammonia wouldbe ) ) points[ on the St. )Iary' steamers! for New Y l'hilacll'll'hll, altiJUOI'e. -
decomposed) and the generated)' r" ell Clone: Connection and with Xorthl'ustl'rn w LUIII (' '

t and volume nitrogen of non-supporting gases would help gas,to displacing swell the ; R. It. Line, made with the New York and Savannah Wl'1.Una .Railroads for routes North, East and

the air and so choking out the combustion.THE ; And Cedar Key. Steamers, Mark all goods,Cure of Steamer

the question of the privileged of members, it I Excursionistand: Tourists: will
f may be observed that one of them, now extinct find this: a Wrtll".lI.th'l' trip as the scenery Through Tickets and Staterooms secured
that of franking, dated from the commencement ; : and Purchasers ft large Ii grand and alligators and other game are and Centre all information furnished at office corner -
of the reign of Charles II. The abundant.For Second btreetss .
z' House conferred the revenues of the Post- eligible and desirable further information apply to ly _c. .\. XOYES.

Office on the Duke of Yurk,or to put it more :. Purpose! or for JOHN RICHARDSOX, A. 11. XOYESi.;
exactly, gave his Royal Highness a monopoly 2>-tC Femandiiia. Fla.
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of the l letter-carrying trade. At the same -
time they daiiped that letters sent by member 110 HACK DRIlV, GROCEr.xn SHIP CHANDLER,
i of either House should go free One : ) TERMS. s sDEALER
+ ; member spoke bitterly against! this clause as"pitiful" Wholesale and Retail IX
and contemptible.'as he a rich on Values allowed
man ? The privilege of franking was always : << I.rtn) i"i"Il" I.icauor"" Ete.

highly esteemed and abused by patriots of ): [ manufacturing or indus : BOOKS STATIONERY, ,

all hues, without the slightest sense of will erect on the
prop .&
kliarue. Chief-Just ice .Abbott on being : And JU'HU. ENT FOB U. F. AVERY & CO.'S Pui\v.
raised to the peerage, naturally received the >tantial improvements -

congratulations of the liar. The new Lord [ which to conduct their
(Tentenlen,) in returning thanks observed f' I 50! WEST nSTRET, CEJCTRE HTREET: ,
that nothing in his elevation gave him greater .
1 ,pleasure than the privilege of icing able to a l l ; I. : : TO MAXl'FACTUR-' JACKSONVILLE "'1.01:11)S'ool : )'\. 52>> tf FERNANDINA: FLIr. \.
t4 Crank the letters of his friends of the legal ")
t profession. Members of the junior Bar soon for a term of years from ., ARTIIUU: C. "'OIU)..
availed themselves of his Lordship's kindness ; I the several cities and
in a way that grieved him much. It ; DENTIST,
) was not the number of franks he minded, > 1I001s n Slt''i"U-ti-
but the remarkable addresses to which the ; Fourth Ft.: ..*.t. Centre and Alat-hua
s' fcignature: '!'eutc.nlt'n" found itself appended. tl & 7th sts. Ft-niandina. S VUSCIUBK TO THE MIRROR. $:> PER

4 Afewyears later,Macaulaygiving annum ; $1 for six months *$ tf KERNANDINA, F ..\.


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t,: --ii. J. ii.vur.u: A. into. Adit tCVLTVH.tr. di .
: I I ridges: of louse earth, without moving the -there would be more winter than In '

f' HAY( KKOM FIKM: Piv: ('nnwsr.sir, .AXI hits! ">\ccpl to press them deeper into the !summer for fill now himself. the: one with who rndish\cannot: ., nnd cat ht ttsteak *
crossed' iu the same may .
then -
('1\ \1\ tSiiv<.", .-L. C. Mattox M. II. lit' Homerillo soil manner: The, one lintel team was doing! fen nwH ft lay: who ommot buy coal: for a lire may warm T ;A

a: 15: I'onrl St., >(%w York.M \ \ Ga.. writes: to the .\'",
rn runner' This double harrowing, if linrrowwg it can himself: \ In the sun, We dn not Ill'a'tlollll: ,
tiltli for the Ireland when the famine was nt IN height
; follows be good
Monthly : called. gave a pretty
Vmish- there were many suicides : but you have 1I"I \
1 Mill your Manli number an aiticlo byS. seed: which was covered with u heavy l man111lIri 1I\111l'\11 hero I liv NetYork \
and I would,l write and liil drag. I 1lInll !'('rthill field in wn no g
.\. C., thought vrbi-rofood is not scarce and nfttonx\
\\ .VM'KACTVttKUs" OK wn11 will for wheat, mwonts. :
: out at loa .t tW'lIof the blank ho loft in hU : nuswcr rye would those who have no .dilllrulty obtaining it.

.,J" list:: of forage: pljnt.: by adding i'rfoot and\ but not for barley : and if for ,'orll.nut I \\' (cannot therefore, them, want anal I t11odesperation ;
crab grass, Iwoofollr native gni">o. and, by sow rye or I turnips and graze sheep physical want,
be upon
i which would, rot the vines so' thl'"IHlItl .
the way: I twoof the best forage plant known,
I{(alcu1S'1'III'N: : but like many other grasses, inut be managed ; ploughed, in tho spring. Now you have HIT its"chief So. Itt causes.: cnu-cs are IUl'lIlnA\ man fonr.i-
: I have cut eight thousandiHiundH experience with cow pens ns a fertilizing
properly.' ; l\lcl1l\tion'loll,1 they .do not come to th-
acre at one cutting, of n!+ good crop, in which I have full fail It.
i per of rUzIIlolTh'n! ho wants to end
hay I i bh of crab put 1 tai !'IIIbur Is: it a good plan (to sow )peas and turn in point
} Cathartic Pills a* w grass. the :struggle mild be, happier-to 'go to rest! t.:
\ last: month 1 did not write ; l1u.lln the hogs? I think too that suicide i N
before the as! they! sn.v.
little podsnro :
: \\ t'nl: number of your journal I !'athl' inquiries Yes ; >r poultry )
On\Xca 7'Itlii: : April nil the rather"in proportion toothier forms of insanitr -
l Combine the choicest cathartic principlesin ofC.. O, ll., who claimed to be a ripe. Sheep) or goats would cat do not think that all !suicides:
medicine in accurately adjusted them into the though I
proportions loaves. (Hogs trample
\\Nhcd to kilo11101' of
f farmer
it is i form of liko.
to secure activity, certainty, and young arc in nno. lint u collapse,
I the 1I\ll'l'lI.\ and you, it !seem, 1'lIuhllot ground there two forms of col-!
tho result Now, are
uniformity of effect. They arc You give mo leave, then to recommend insanity.
of years of careful study and practical experiment (t'ndar Koriuulaof) (Jii,. l II:, Korre-ter.! ) well answer him, und 111: I have: experiencein : cow ns fertilizer, upon your experience ) lapse due to n cause extremely prevalent to-
I it
r and arc the most effectual remedy raising hay (from\ them\, thought) properto peas? \IIThe' cau.se i is the enormous influenceof'the
-: yet discovered for diseases caused l>y give 'lIlIl"I'\Llll'l':* the benefit! t of my exptticnce element of chance in the business! of
"Yebut don't tell people they can
liver and .\Ih'r"tlttill unto: t I broadcast: : ; ) iu nil)I
stomach \
the to gambling
derangement of to-Ila\-ln other words
is jlllor'r
laud j
; plough them in, unless (their : )
stable ,
load of barn-yard cor manure
and effectual some thirty
bowels, which require prompt Its forms.' The Intense attention upon mental
rrnnounreil by Orange (Srowers the very stubble land l it \ than m lw.
,I. -treatment. AVER'S 1'ii.t.s are specially : per aero on the : turn combinations( inseparable from gamblingin
i applicable to this class of diseases. They : under; then !'IIIIwo 11\1hll" of pens on the OtTMcAI.IN1'.tTFat: Eon SfMMKIt: ))RI:>iKnw. business, J i-s liable fo produce insanity.

'f act directly on the digestive and assimilative plowed land ; then me u harrow previously 1 R. llecker. writes to the Gormnntown; Trietfiiith The tension iu forming! combinations! nndplans
processes, and restore regular niaiK' out of a stick 1 of timber twelve inches: ( :-In a late issue! you invite communications in which one knows! that chance i isu
healthy action. Their extensive mo by Host Iniiiire lor Ihc Orange/ TrcrFoiiiti.STiifs squarenut\ six feet long, by inserting a hides touching the value of good oatmeal grout factor: and nsequcntly n source of
;f physicians in their practice, and by all through time centre(crosswise) ;; hitch stirred into cold water and drank outdoors deep anxiety, strikes directly nt the brain,
I civilized nations Is one of tho many a yoke of steers to the 11,101' the pole mid 1 by li\'l.11l1ll1 garden hands.: As I have bud aid the shock produced )by sudden announcements
proofs of their value as a safe, sure, and drag it sidewise over the land: <1. which puts' several years' experience::\ 1 fully concur in of the failure of those! plans

perfectly reliable purgative concentratedvirtues medicine. (the peas! in and levels the land for the mowing the cllloncy/provjidod; I it bo grits (or ,pearledoats nnd tho combinations produces: ullections! of
of the
Being:: compounded substances, machine. Then I wait on the peas until ) of prime; white uats. A mess set to the spine. Disensr of the mind are the results

f f they are of positively purely vegetable free from calomel or : : t.-'OII-I"'I' )1.\- they commence to 1'111111,1, bloom, and have soak in a cool phuv) over night iu nn earthenware of tin first: ; lofomotorntnxy: nod othernlloctions

properties, and can bo' administered an occasional small pea, but not until they M'ssel-In'tter > et in strong 1 bottles: the direct consequences: of the
I any injurious to children with perfect safety. XI'UISt; tangle I together so much us not to bo sep- for use! during time forenoon, nnd another second. Suicide is lint one of the conclusions

arated bv the machine. Then I mow, and, IiM'llln the early morning for the afternoon, of the miscurriagoof the figures of the luborinusiyformcd -
AVER'S PILLS are an effectual cure for let l't'IIIa111011 the j.troulllll111 day, and cock !'IlIlhat the strength is! fairly extracted, nor plan or combination upon)

Constipation or Costiveness, Indigestion up in !'uullllu'III'i.! 1 use a horse: rake of my\ too much expected! of one mess.! One )pound which the gumolcrof business! has: ('redC1hili ,

l Dyspepsia, loss of Appetite, FOK EVKRV FVKM ('In'IP( own construction! to put it into winnows, of grouts to three or four men nt most! give hopes! of thc future
r :1t 1"ouStomnch and Breath, Dizziness, and then a fork for cocking it up. After that a fair beverage. .\ little nutmeg, mace or "This! form of suicidal[ impulse which wo
1V Headache, Loss of Memory, Numbness, let it fl'lIlalulIla\' or two and scatter out; ginger is: not objectionable( and some seasoning have now hind its homologuo in the Romnnempire.

t I Biliousness! And, Jaundice Skin Diseases, Rheumatism Dropsy, let dry and haul into the house. Do) not put induces: IKTSOHS: : to fairly\ try who, being It is known that the Romans destroyed
Eruptions while stems are much green. If cut accustomed acrl food) would call did
i. Tumors, Dlarrhma Worms, Neuralgia, Colic Gout,, Prepared: on xcientilic principle' to pro.hll'l'a away early,t the leaves do not fall off; and the stems the unadorned drink limit Hlir'l,1I just not succeed' !'in simply the realization becnu.se of they projects
Gripes ,
jp.. :., ....\. Files, Disorders, of the Liver, and all I large yield per acre.DKVLKRS will\ all be eaten, being sort ; nnd 1 if cut fouror I before imbibing. This affords strength! revives they had formed, aid one of the greatest examples -
: ;; other diseases resulting from a disordered live inches high, immediately sprout! ; i flagging) spirits' and prevents! both : of tluxt was (lie philosopher' t Seneca.Having .
.1,41: out and make snore nftermuth than you can excessive thirst drinking. I furnished: :
: state of the digestive apparatus. : tutu failed in educating n glluIJ'ml'eror ..\
turn under with plow.. 1 never have cut a good Canadian oaten grits, und repeatedly his ,
g and produced only n stump) by process
,1 As a Dinner Till they have no equal. second' l time, but let my stock! graze it so that 1'nrll1ll'lIIltln't:4: say tllwcr,' materiallycomforted. and having ht'nm.l'r rich and mixed In "

,: While gentle in their action, these PILLS I can turn it under< with an Excelsior::: plow, : I. This! together with frequent nil the gambling. : of the day which was ,
'ft; and cathar- .\t.'IO t.\ and in the fall I turn under and !sow in tpilrju breathing and long noonings in
5- arc the most thorough searching !spells: oppressively ) much like what we have now-lie was first
1 ;1, tic that can be employed, and nc'cr'o ,t as I did the peas.: ]Jy this: menus I have sultry weather, makes helpers: overtaken with I mriilysis, of which (there \is
pain unless the bowels are inflamed, and l'HDmOHlCUI.TUH.T.( CHEMICAL*?' (,ought my lands, tip to producing fifty contcntcil, and disposed to extra exertion the incontestable mark in the drawing of

\ then their influence is healing. They stimulate bu"hels! of oats: per acre, and I get three tons: when urgent. This, according! to my own tilt mouth seen in all his! ''lttlt4ltHl! then,

'-1' .1" the appetite and digestive organs; they SULl'HATE: AMMONIA[ of hay per aero annually.LKMOXS. and corroliorated experience\ is )preferable to pursued: by a nervous! four that t time{ Emperor

I operate to purify antI enrich the blood, and bites: or lunches! betwixt regular meals! for uvcrv would take away his! life, he did away with
impart renewed health and vigor- to tho NITRATE SODA, : .-J, I D. Mitchell, of Daytona, weary laborer rarely relishes! solid food himself

a whole- system. writes: a.s: follows\ to the Florida Ayrlcultiirist/ / ; : us! [increasing a parched sensation! whereas "And now a great many men to-duy /are

u l'Elt: I'llOSI'IIATE LIME Tell your contributors to lightly and good water fully saturated with prime out- in that plight, their brains! and spines rucked
(IPrepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., go blow on tho lemon question. tr. M. L. meal just supplies! the then want of light by the alternate excitations nnd depressions

Practical and Analytical Chemists, SULPHATE POTASH:: :Smith: of this: place, has a habit of knowing refreshment.! Humanity and polity so combined of gambling, their nervous svstemissub'evtetl<<
what lie is: talking about, : ili"WI" work satisfactorily around, and it to the strain of fear of the future, and they
Lowell Mass. NITRATE; POTASH. nail statements! will be found generally,: \ based were well If more employers were to do likewise give wuy, us! I is very natural.\ That women
BOLO BY ALL DRUGGISTS KVIRTWUER. upon the bed rill'k. The lack of eon IIt'ratcI:4ngo: discourages !: : are comparatively very little subject to such

POTASH It is! argument to say! (that (the Florida many\ n boy und man with life in thecountry influences the great cause why the suicides
'IiA13a'Ss lemoy' is: good enough and it I is of no use to and driven him to towns and cities among thorn arc, at all (hues: but especiallyin
Find butter because that readily often already overrun with applicants for weather fewer in to ,
s IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PADI| : MAGNESIA try to u the hot proportion
: brings: $l2:!,IJO per thousand.! It is: no argument ('lul'lo 'ml'lIt. By far too many farmers also the whole number than those of men."
.N&na OT HARD. ngnint.st planting trees: that produce think much less of human hired help than Dr. Jared Linsly, one of New York's old
TWICE AI Loxo.SUMiti good lemons: and that will not turn bitter ; of their horses and cattle. est and moot highly respected general practitioners -

) Cured Tit-sot trajgisg) the 8itia.CVKEt under any circumstances to fay that those! who was formerly for many year
Strictly Pure Ground Hunt who use nine-tenths of the fruit don't care C mTTON-f ROWIN($ IN C.\LtrORNu.-'or several connected with Uellevuc 1 lospitnlnays, that

'Chills aDd Few whether it I Is bitter or not, and it is! only? to years: past, says the Ban Francisco KHIttin /- he docs not remember ever to have known
\STwt the marines! that it will do talk of the llu- u few of the farmers in the vicinity of a case of an attempted, suicide in which, if

,liverfomhoist, To vor" of Florida I lemons, for, us! compared llopcton, on the Merced River, have been death was sutllcientlv! delayed after the per

- ,Dyspepsia. iPAD I Iflll and with :Sicily, lemons, they have no t avor. engaged to u small extent, in tho cultivation ,' petration of the fatal net to permit an expression
circulars particulars art
> Our : of cotton. This: there arc about 700
So is tartaric acid year
They are simply sour. / of wish by the uictim there wax
Neural a, will interest a ,
mailed free to nllUI'I'III'lIlIt14. They acres in cotton in that locality, in which, it
Interested in and so: far as lemon flavor goes: in making not manifested an intense desire! for life, u s
limoliSDesoRbeDmatiam. you if you are << Agriculture is estimated, will yield about 4tXlpounds: of
Culture. 15-Om lemonade: lemon pies, or giving u lemon : )passionate regret for the rash deed that had:
or Orange .- --- ---_ .- -. flavor to anything, there I U nothing to choo.sc I lint cotton to the acre, u total of 140 tons. been done. And if there it: any one thing
--- The of tho cotton raised in Mercedcounty
'( tivtDesl, between them. quality which venerable Doctor hates and contemns
T1IK FLORIDA If nnv man in Florida, has a lemon with is about the lame as that of NewOrleans above all other things it is a pistol,

Female ? the Sicily flavor, he would do his! fellow-citi middling, the California product which he says is HO handily used: by men in

>Wtikaesj AND IMMIGRATION: ('OU''Yo..nlt. zens a favor by letting it be) known. This: being considerably whiter than that of the moments of depression with fatal rflect beyond .
fSick i NenoniUcaiack LASH of the State knows nothing/ of any such Southern States, owing to the fact that it is hope of recall. It is his belief that

I! fruit, except that grown from foreign trees not rained upon.' At tho present low ebb of suicide is seldom a premeditated act, but in

and those budded from them. This, fruit is: manufactories on this coast only about fifty almost all cases the instantaneous! result of a
These i Ptuli Cure alt Dinettes br Aborptioa. No also thin-skinned! and is the only fruit that tons: of cotton IH.T annum can be used, but if impulse.
'NnXMlU i I'llbo 011.,nr i'oi )noiuMcdicinniar!uk encouragement were given by the starting I momentary
true the Stomiwh. The J'u.l, are worn over thePi 600,000 Acre is. -so far as my experience gllC!!. Florida any Coroner Ellingcr nays about suicides in
of Ih'8tomftCI.'t'rinlf!, the Ijreat Nerr f>rt-., lemons are too large for Northern markeU. of cotton factories this: city or vicinity the beginning of hot weather : "The largest
looicMalwnrbediDtntheeircuIatlonolther.'onitiin'l Lio the Liver and Sioraacb. A gentle V.a. table There is too much husk We must:: rube many other persons in M/n'l.'t.I county would number the suicides at this season,among

l"\v.\ .,.purtfylolf the DI<"'<...t1mulaUnlf th.. J.I J \.-, nd. Of the mostACCESSUJLE small fruit, and such us will grow more engage in its! culture men, are the result of excessive drinking.
sumachtndtnttad.Kidrvyt to ,healthy action! and itrrnmholn' the nearly of an uniform size than what i is commonly HONK MEAL FOR (-lRUE8-'J"lIO- IxindonJlorticulturiit Men drink until their nervous systems! are
ralcs or P"lIt" AND |irn
>* toLB at ALL PBCOOIITS, or ent b.rlaJ AND DESIRA.MLELAXDrt : grown. This: the genuine Sicily will asserts that among all the fertilizors < buttered and their bodies soaked with alcohol
r. Kxpmt..V.inufactiimJ. do, though it is doubtful if our fruit ever 'iiroiMiscd! for the grape none embody time evil effects of which are most keenly
I ..4LTs: rnIr.Jlt.: at 89 4 41 NomiH tlBEBTT St.HOR3EY IN TUg will correspond very closely to that grownin more of the necessary: ingredients than bone felt when the increased. temperature develop

Sicily. This need not prevent our efforts meal. It is advised: to apply it as early in their internal fires, and then, in moments of
A CO., Agents, STATE OF FLORIDA: for better fruit than we now have, un4' this the season as possible! about one ton to the desperate disgust with life they seek death.
i 33-6,,, Fernandina Fla. was the object of Mr. Smith's communica suicides in
acre Another thing impelling many
tion. __ ____ _______
that foreigner who come here never become

FORECLOSURE of 9IOUTUAUE.BY At only $1.23 per acre to new settlers: with PKTKKS ox IRAs Mr.[ Solon Robinson, of SUICIDES IX THE SUMMER. so acclimatized until they are here a great

VIRTUE of a Decree of Foreclosure! the privilege of selection in parcels of 40 Florida, has been interviewing Col. Richard It is observable that every year, as soon as many years that in case or misfortune they

of Mortgage, grunted by his Honor These lands located Peters, of Georgia; on the subject of cowpeas the beats of summer commence, there is a do not feel keenly, mentally, and in their
U. It. Archibald,Judge of thy Fourth JUlliclaieircult acres or more. are on as a fertilizer. He met the Colonel on largo increase in the number of suicides nervous organizations climatic Influences.

of Florida, Chambers: on the 30th and adjacent to the line of the his farm near Calhoun, and the fine appearance among men, but not a cc.rrCtlllOnJing| accession Thus, when they lind themselves cut oil

day of June, 1H.SO, in favor of Marian H.Sanderson of all the crops on the farm "'MIIIl'tl to in the voluntary mortality of women. from that convolution which they would

and against! Clinton A. Haley, I a talk on enriching soils. Why men should, or rather why they do, have at home among their friends and which
will Offer'for sale and sell in front of the ATLANTIC, GULF AND) WEST INDIA would them there desperationstares
Did the Colonel do anything[ in the way kill themselves more then than in any other strengthen ,
Court-House: in the city of Fernandina, TRANSIT CO.'S R. R., of turning under clover to
County of Nassau, Florida, on the- first Monday No. He had tried) it thoroughly, but did be, does not operate equally on both sexes, in suicide. Another thing which is a great

in August, 18.SO feeing the second day of not find it j.uy-it was only a l'artlallllll''IIII.I were questions I'rulMllllldl't l a few days ago cause of suicide at seasons\ now in thedtcline
said month the following described real extending from FERNANDINA on the Atlantic Did he apply any particular commercial to Dr. Edouru rWuin, Sr., one of the most of religious faith. Where people centre their

property directed to be sola by said decree: to CEDAR; KEY, on the Gulf coast; fertilizer? distinguished! authorities on mental alienation entire hopes in (their worldly successes, lack
l that is! lots ((5 and 6)) five and Mr' being! subdivisions None, in)particular. Like his experiments und neurology in this country, Ho faith in a future life, and have lout their consciousness
thus to the producer cheap, constant
: of the south two-thirds of section in clover his efforts to keep up the soil I with replied : of connection with a world that
((12)) twelve, township (2)( ) two north range and rapid trunxjurtation to the beat commercial fertilizers had fallen short of It must! be due] ,in a great degree to what I II had no beginning<< and can have no end, they
(28):>> twenty-eight cast, known a* the Suarez markets. anything that could he considered an entire is I burned the vast furnace culled the sun. have nothing to sustain them when misfortune .
(;rant a -!!hown and designated upon the assails them the thwarting: and
The belt of country traversed by the Transit success. The quantity of heat we receive in certainly : petty
map or survey of said |part of said f1'8nt. on .. Did he make enough stable manure to a most important factor in human actions.In grievance: of mundane affair assume anoverweening
file in the office of the Clerk of Maul Court, R. R. embrace meet all his wants ? the fifteenth century that act wax gliiu- imimrtaiice in their[ eyes, and i

in said Nassau County. Said lauds all lying meringly perceived I : and the scientists of they are prone to plunge heedlessly into the

and being in the county of Nassau, Htate of EVERY: VARIETY: OF HOIL No.Was it with bheep that he kept up his soils that day were on thu right track. They at. shadow of the dread unknown."

Florida. Terms cash, to such an excellent standard ? tribute to the celestial bodies the .greatest .

PETER CONE, Not with shectt. Thev were" well pnniicrh influence UIH>II the lives of men ; and while EU'UCT HAIR is woman's crowning[ beau

Sheriff of Nassau County, Florida. to be found lu the State, a large proportion to fertilize the fence corners and tm.kr.flp. they went -lLHtruy in their deduction, for ty. When it faeltllllhefac.1eau well. Whileit
Femandina, Fla., July 3,1ti$0.HIIERiEF'S shade but wouldn't do de lack of scientific to the
trees, they to guidance appreciate
ts her oual attractions
adapted to the culture of kept bright |wr are
--- being peculiarly urge
Uxm for keeping up all the lands of bearing and causes: of the facts they observe till maintained. Ily preserving the hair
HALE. SEMI-TBOPIC.IL Facet and Early Vegetable+, (nUll. 1, they were still t>o far right in! their fresh and is
vigorous a youthful
BY VIRTUE of an execution( issued out and The Large Cumpiet BoJlet of Timber Hut there was evidently some agent figuring observations! that they demonstrated that continued through al'ltCarum't Those who
of the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial make thene lands worthy of CAIIEFUL EX. in the case-what was it? the greatest revolutions, battles: riots, and grieve over their fading many yean.hair turning .
Circuit of in favor of the Florida Cow Colonel his visitor other of took gray
Jo'lc1riLat pea. And the took babblings Immunity place in too Hair
should know that
Land and Immigration Coiuituuy, and A.VIXATIOX by manufacturen of LIMBEBASD to a large field covered in its whole extent the hottest season. The heat fevers and excites early, Ayer's faded
Joseph II. McGiniiti[ I have" levied NAVAL STOKES with beautiful and Vigor prevents it, and restore gray or
against a most growth of green men, temporarily aggravates their! hair and
to its naturul color. It U clear
and.w'iII sell in front of the CourtHouse of the vital of influences a
upon peas standing about as hi/h as his hurt| conceptions importance healthful neither
containing ,
[In the City of'lJo'emandina. County of Did! he intend ploughing thereunder ? affecting their! interests. Women, and im-
Nassau, on the first Monday in August next, NEW : : 'i1'l.In'ha.illg Not a bit of It lie never ploughed 1 In remaining more at home and under conilitions oil. dye, nor anything) deleterious t'Nt.'tl-U
it the second day of said month, all the ) parts to the scalp: what U most
being peas M a fertilizer ohlu'Ucr.otltlng, and habits of life
of ) and delightful freedom
4', rights! title and interest of saM: Joseph II. Mr. Robinson was tilled with wonder at that render them )lex exjx>*cd to the depressing << enae pleasant
land this fur from Murf"or daudruff.-Neu'wnl (Y. C' ,
the time of rendition of saidjudgment from company are )
McGinnis'at. of which heat
sight Colonel I Peters said : and exciting influences of the than t
l in block nL-bed with the Timtt. _________________ .
iinund to lot (12) twelve entire fret yutaije on Trait- Now, I will give you my experience J with IOl'n. are less seriously affected mentally by

((23): )twenty-three,in the City of FernanJina, nit Railroad fur family and personal effect cow !arms for ket'pinihp the soil. | am enthUMa&ticon fheteiiii tCrut un'. I say 'depressing and ..J:. LivtKjtTK'ic: has been i ill l'lur some: weeks > -

Florida, County of a.'i.i.IU. Termsa.sk.. to the station nearest the land purchav.1. the of keeping up the citing,' I l cause: excitation und deiinvsioii go aunt Jouen. meeting smith, asks "IIow'. .'
PETER CONK fertility <>f our farms with thin crop, but as" together, the !latter inevitably Allowing the Uverstkk., Hmith-any I betttrT11 Well," i
Sheritf 6f Nassau County, Florida. TITLE COMPLETE, being derived, by fur ploughing it in, I am frkrptical<< ; I tried I former by a law of nature. Well, in the says Fmith.) "bis pbvslcian U hopeful. :

Kemaii'linu, Fla., July 3, llW). grant from the United Htutea amt( purchase: that experiment last ,' rand failed! I am I spring, under the awakening and vivifying I 4Ves, yes," r"ltI"nJl't1 JuJu.... 4that' all
- ----- from the State of Florida. forced to the conclusion that no plow has : influence of the l>seas.us men have great ex* very well but !U )hu undertaker ho|.(-fuir
WM. IJ.iC. urilYEK:, yet been made that will plough under such I inflations, of love| of ImaiiieiM, of social and That' more to the purpwwe," Jonett U .Ucha

vim as grow up ,u this farm." | ilitical KIUVCMH*, etc. When the time iKt-uliar (chow,

ENERAL; ; COMMISSION:: MERCHANT t'tmnt'WOXlIlXCIjoJLJ'lnlI.: Then what do you do? 1'come that the sun no I longer shine upwnthem ,
: I 1II1tl1a..t year to myself Mimtthingfciu.ilbe "/.I' but darts. hU fiery bouts, then the EITIICK: we must make the ocean wider or ,

CJCSTKK: Sr., >EIB It. R. DEPOT, I I done. This. i i. the only field 1 have for staff of del|>rciwii>ii conic*; they have ex. tbe tcuiu>hlp narrower &D't'tItlJlg must
lka'riltiM41'1t and nutvuiw nuiktl on i wheat, I"JIIII am going tu sow it, and I did, ifrieiu-ul failure, or slices U a r lelia' tielaved be done to enable two IIhlllIJ to Palau without
FERNANDINA.: 'LA. al'llkati..u. I and got a ftnt-mte crop.: ." ( ), or they fortiiee failure, an
('1L1&. \\'. LEWIS; Pray tell l Iu.;w you did) it? JKiOlUltl: of either! unhappy /onditioti U demands It. and the comfort of the passengers
liny, C'urii, Oat*. 1 got out the great Iron roller, and the acreased their reactionary power U weak second the 1/uul.-J/cllrbp
Land CV iami'M>iuner.Office .
team waded through the green 11:4. pressing Butyl by the dej>retuioii t4nuse.gueut upon --
Jon PRINTING, In every .tyle. and at t jr. Ik'uch and S nII'I l:: St., down the vine UM>II wbu-h the wheat was their former excitation, and they collapse UI.'lETY' U l-to be I a strawberry' box, in

s : low>*l rate, at the IIBItUE4Itti"e. 1-tf uwo. The roller was .followed 1 by a large Into uiciiie. If uUMc was absolutely due I which the best men are found at the toga

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J I 1.1. .Intnial, It urn I tin*. our xvlnt' *'r \1itlll'llIIf1,1 t tho tin sti.'rsut,'dr,'. I of I .
OCAL.( .. ( .. IICCM fur PIIIIX' I tliuo I'.t| l '|tiiitc i\\ )"bimnllnj-lioii' throii, liont the country tit tlif/ f'lmill; f"r t'liiti-it' ; ,Stab, ..SWirnIliflrnt / .\a 1,''cllr'. 1.It.i\/hllll'r{ I!,: tboM'rx.xorof 1 h, .I 11,' J

:: : ) ',,, ., going "M I'l' t IIII'! "limini "I'>l will coiiimc Ihllll"/lII"f ) vuk-Isi /':'/" '! i l''rr the *ijilke! "f i 11
( n."V .1 )'N.IIl: ; 1".1/1I nut Tnlmnr reptj'eiihiig,,, the 'n"'("t" "iltj' tli"'tn nt nil) tiling 'like n reasonable pri<'o.Tor 1)) ttu' I l.,., Yi.H:. ) 0III111liOI( (, ri,IIj, I..n.ti.n.rtxvis'Vo sit last t-XHiinp I It \1'Mc7r-,!'>;i.l 1: l ;I" him."'Iflrent' nn ;*ndjotirne.1 :.. ,

I. 55 t'" "" \ hssirtitsig" oftlic S Kra- liy I lli t ,.,. a large roji, houexerxo I imist I I ft r- ,,f.: I I Txxo motions.I'leHent niMtin a'Friday! tic 1 I ,'nme the !Mh! il"t. nt t.

4 S ItludIIv' 'lffi l III Ntivk' rnl..lllj.t.I'uIII"r! ) J Ieii.Iry range for iihlppitiK' them, suit of the' State; I -I llov. | (IrtultJmltjr ; o'rl.Kk 1'. n. 1 ftdcratt: .sure carnt.-th:. Jiquevteil '-
Sj \\'v.itic! trtnWitkril" "/ / ; /, liStens made uo of 1'111'0111'1'' ,1,1., mul! on ( he )lu'S( inoilc sit| .I"IIII-t I this xxe will ; :\ \I'H. 11.\TII"'IIII. x\hihall nnl,ex-Con.-ordiallv' ; iuxited; to nt.cn.f.. )lo..' S

5 {unit nffir, tmilir/ tin- ilniif/f iif \\ nrguiiK'lit*' uiul (him 'laid 'hiin-x", .11 at u fill, III', il.iy Inakenoino Mitf'o| !"tlull*. Thi"IIIIII"" lu-jug .died nnd thodi fondant: the ].n.posc. of taki'ng lcc*s><;:ar>' "stC1)'s,1 I i f fenteitaiiithe I

S: ./"'., wAo' itlllruiii// mnliiu" 'i. ,,,,' > 1 ) fist: f\n\T\i\ \ n-toits of 'his, 1Iln'r"/I'! / AH to the prnlit of this i'Top, I llciulcr- tint, his'hiig, ready" and it IIII rcpiesrnted" to I u-tcnnn ( pfirti /f t _
II,,' \t' t / the,( nnirl hx-tlie "'0111..1 1 for itlinplnint Hint: thu Ile to assemble: I J'lk""II\'llc 111 tl';
mill nUirr/ i" '
S .fill"I/'lIfllr/ s him "IIII-i.I..m"I ,Ii" givts 'l iiN' ) liii Yit he. '
leave at re
& \1"1' in nt nMT.ip1.! JM ndin lrl motion fur Ilj jniK tiiHi forestrninthe I ill,' ) Il> hopcil 1 /Jl't.lh
5: it< '!yt tutu llir/ 1"'Ir mi mlf, '' / III this '"....I1..i,,", lip histtliig has: inn'lo in: mtieh as *:'t.iHHi' from u .vinglenrro ,1.f"lrla"t Ironi patting will the M-euri- will avn!U, h tn"If .of the opportunity I ; ..f n- t

law mid t the (arts"' /again! .him. In tanlilloxMT. Cannot, /u I'lori'la, pirdener I li''h'd/h'1 Iges"I to s<.'iiru i ertain i I I I "('is: eitdoreil,I mngamouoat ) VII, his I ('(11'1.11'1
S I I aid: ilefstiilsilt" : haII' : and, appointed I, to the i tnlh.it '
: the time place
I Tn "" has, tin1 'IliMt' 'I'II'lallllllllll'
\ / )' "lsrs Hu1 writer" urged '|1",11 a uf tile reunion !hJ
? : ultimatohjoct'
olllll' .all the,
I'lurrr/Hiti'li' 'lit* HintIT<"/,,/ !, i / nt of Subs, dcMrnclixc I'r/l'ir--/ pill"I "I' t'I lie: MjII"I, 11'1"11', \' tllrllil/: S h h :entirely t I :
i itttli Ililt/ / jmjiff will/ i>1intr I Ii I ,' to a number, ', 'htiintrIe.i( 1111), 11\11'\ (;!
; I 'Mliiii'iii') "j\ ruvt,,,Ii!,,,,, I'lii. \'11lilr\ t-vieed) IIln rattle lntoro, t CllllllKill.. tiegi'tisitilig 11'11.: of miy of snid cotiliousjiinl Jx-lt.J I h .o. $5 I ''I lhi \'uls.'Ii8jr1118itI'lqrlda .
l from t li.rll mul )parting; xxithmix1 S
S S : but even if t this: xxerenot I One, up I lie! ''',, "-.\,"tors for; tlii. end, ol f the of ""1'1 coupons' If; any judgment .Srroiul Jtriniion.The .

S 1:111/t.'i,."J.It"'H 7' 'I""III.llh"1'! men,, for the fake ol \\'liyi'i'ii'4 .'\' ,ksonxllli1: Itnilroiid: xxas 'here, lonnddl, upon miy of s.iid: (onpou!*, annual: "it. "I n'h'I"I\ : 'Jf.Scond t .

PltKNll VI Kill: .\N- I kV. I Dr.) I I ,, I *, pri-xcnt tho otllnnciit I and 'Im-, looking around, a ft xv ,slays: sigis.;: xxhifhiiiii, : coupons may h.'ixe,: lieon' iiii'rgeiliitit1itig i Florida, 1.11"1 Infantry! will I be III t

5 I II I lI'd'lI'k' a. in., /and HIM: ) p. <"I' IMIIIIO' of our 1'1",1. lands'.1: :'II'. O'pnii.ild) "oeurod, (the eontrait.. for. all ( thit')ci..iilll'1'; t III. lli.\T IIli"('iimitu.11"li.IIII, I .1 1<'ksonxillo. Floiida.: desired on Thursday that' there, July' I boa! '*. .

Mrrinininr' : ," -.\lifv.: J. .\lid II !< ::! ) I II I I. ,,11('" a |ioliev, nn improve- Iho ties t lit )bo ll""ed on I tl' new ro.id:, liitsxeen 111.1) IilII..I10". _. I. I '"*( It atte.td.m.e'of is t-aincstly.: : ". "lr\'I\lIfpe I. *I'' "' 'I I

S I ii., HI., 11,114,, 1 I', in.ItoxHN '' the plilellce/ of ,the :Sonilnoc: ?! J.vksonvilh nrul I Iho M. Mary't: IJixtr: hut,, lar/l' nn 1\\" I' IIo ,;

S : (CXIIIol H' -ltey.: | i t ,. can !*oo, there I Is xery little dif- xx'o uiuler'land, he has ".iii<'e pvdi i it up.Ve I't.stlJJlee Ury" la flIH. 1. Colonel, Hooimil, I Florida.Wanted. /

lo.'IOii.:: ,111, ninl 7'I'i::\ |i.' ,III.S : i \ haxe IIIII'III.t.,1 not to hid,. for any mil- "I'liHiiiia: "ti'i'-fiineral, ; 1,1'Ila": issued, 1 liriMil.tr I' 'rJ.'

I'pim-ot'u: ,,.'1'i'V.: '. (o.) "I' I I I :" I mailer/ will haio: to IM- i'ldl.1! "loud I "IIIII1'I1I""jll'III"W., | i.illin: ; .itii nlion t',' lii'. t.i:,\ that M-ii- Itus'se1ee1)el' \i

,,'d.k.. it, in, HIM) I ::IHI( |I'. iii 11'les" : ol'eiuily| if Florida l i.< to to- 'Vlun, the snn ,trndied\ iidilain :tano. in .rs'ssi"," iiit ill, I.ixs and i t.i orn, "i',tiuj:tho irrejitd.uitios/mnils aro' cau in III, I I"i'I'III 1.1"101.Il'lll.: i Weekdays 111 '. -1'l1Y h
( lull I" 'III'IiI.. of Immigration' ; for' It his ,d.iity jotiriiev' that' tiitkithi" the shadoxx, bx, I tlio i ( 0111111111 prnetid1"t lt making: coin- at tllItlc. -- .._- .

S lbs nt-ornn,iIthi.t pond out, aiul, to the leintiiient) Wa hingtotiinstead Wanted ut t Once : V
I 5 to ngent) pipcr! upon' t the dial d.nKi I Ihc 1i;;III'1' I J. S the axor- jilaint: | : I' !

Con-M-miUxc! f \ \xotor tx. to 'lure penplo l lute nnd ( lien II ;I' (C.ill.ilinn eilt/en tnkelh li'irii"tlt" 1' to the : of to tits. Pixisioii) :11'rillt'II,111.rHliwl :.;"o barrels Florida. Syrup.IIMI .

r IVlliamUllll." IIIC, I'C"I|ltcMcd I Ii, I their jnopi' '''' 'ily' at'u'r they S haxr' biid, cmul plun" i'111, into tho' eool bosom ofAllliwlor. .tlll'dim','\' mid promulgate Steamboat I I *' the/: tolloxxing; I in- : i huslids' Seeil\I I' 'tat'I'"n'1. ,\. H. X m-*.

_ i' II Itt I llnll on Fildny" oxoiilng, ,, t time nnd money In ilneiuNition.| ,,, !"t i'iIstjun4 for Hie guidance"' of nil coneeined" : --

i ::1: .Inly, nt H "'I )'i.k, fur I the I, xxc xxill nsk \Ir. I Hendry one The I.'ullrt"11'4 lather iiiiel| 'likoxxNo t the "When the J.rll'"Ilc "r ntttcor* oremployes Iri! k, "

5 l/.lng s u llni, I 11"II'k ninl! .,.,, ,, ( lillh though, the people enjoyed of ""o..Ot, ( ) 'IU piirttliollthaxoea.ixe : 1111" ,
| : I.. it not a fait lhal thctallloun, : ) .MMIIII'\ ; I a ,: I" o regularities in ( Vmi-nt,

J ,II. .5. diinlnNhing in tc\ and xitality in ,.('t.\., (1'11'n' :<1I111 little iio itoain \pmt.x nt :Mr.Kell.x's \. the I'en'ijit t or ,'Illlnll' < of 'the mail: they 1Ia.tr.Hair:. i
\ Chairman/ I 111'111.' lv.! i ',, ( ( : / ? 'If (huM.. I Is lino, can: 111'11111":0': on Iho exeniu,; of I ho' hitler d.ij.Vhiul -. :should/III'I: | |u' Ih'ljlll| ) Stiieriutendeiit| ArSxMioUN1'or JIOYT's.S I .
"- of '. ,' ,of thodixisimi i I .t
t ,, the \\ jn-t utuiiied, fioin' the '1'11111111' HlillI': :'f thnrge :
that the' annual I btiiningx' of .
I ON) TuoKiliiy, lli S <' hirlgit, ; : in \\ lihtti I thox ,libido, as slioxxn by" the I
t.'apl' IVndlcloii;,\ tinsod, t )' 'e (Iho 1111"i "' of II. Thursday" iiiorninir I ) and, w'I'\' leisurely xx'alkX iisigiiinent gixen i 'hiloxx; It xxill materially 1' lt. o.#
,1.t \\\ do\xn to tho biisinevs' ittaikr| \\ lieu 11 our assist' I the oll'u ers ,' the ,departim: ut 1 in making : : I In t Ii horI! I
M'Xotlloell fi'rl., / 1lfH/rr (hmtrntntio.. ;:. atli'ntioni iiitlrai\ 'ted I by, mi uuu, "ii.d' comntotion a t tlioroUli' ) inxostigation if sill tiiulu't'* repair'WI lir-t-dhn'1II-hull'gust ,' Iliphl"rhlocl.1111 especially\. ;

\ 1 ; \\' K "'Mit Hint there! ha (,?"f II 1 lIhi' It'll'. siutl.ilig our generally !staid.' mid\ iiiiet| loueerning cdlc'I i 1.11'11111'(. !dosed. at III! ,h.lr'liII' as ':11Il'r, : Apply. table to'' .* .zj .

k ; t ly "1' llIIh 11I1( In llu tlly, S )I ,,(' llriM-'lea/ f.tmlly: raulillovxer 'N, iuhabitaiits., \ The! xxlmlo, population' seemed 11H"lIlllnillll'1nI.: ; ,hi,,tho I distribution xvould 1 bo Irll\ill.lll'rttiiVttT roquirol. COXIPXNV! !,

S I largo, iniinlii'r hit'ii ""'I'uI, I \ ni'i-t \altutblo ; mul Sitmnilig till' to bo in astir: men and, l I""\.s htiir.xiu. o\- and di-patch: of mail: fur> ]mints heyondtho xxillbe (olll) ie I'gmont: H[site'I. J.FIOUII J.
the 1'oMiu.istcr .
5 iii'au ollico '
inoxcmoiit. S I, I,i 'ii i is's.I t nuirketnrilonor\ s i I I.. regis) s' It.,I eitedly trom dilloront .liI''di"u.. nnd ( on;'>:tontlni o.lin'I'.1 entile l\' hy orders fioln or .

; Iticv. .1. H. I J.H 01111'11111'.1 t % I pnilllnlilei, ioi|' rou. It i<* near ): : at a certain point.' Tho iuo| ,,tkin, its toxx thioii,\.r h tho olliee, of the' (iemral Supeiintendont Just llccctced : :'.
\ Mroeeoll 'Ii iiuleeil, Iwll'\, ,'111"11"1.11" ,,, '. piiiii ,tlioro.ofMiiri-' of llailxvaxMail: 'ertlit' ,for" thodixi :UHI' hnrl"I.' [Flolr. I
I'liiirt'lt las| :Sunday. Ho to ; so nun pits
:1 l : ,imi in xxhltli their odieos: 'may: bo situated. .tsti, i.icks Corn.l.V I'
cient I \ I
I importnticetotliiHexcitooiirpooploand' : '
liotuooii. tlieiiifauiiottll' SI
t L 1 hargo for j H tiintilli in tii t 1." > barrel Poail: Crist.
Atkins' xxlm has boon 5 \ '", ;., >.,'t hisithislltiri'st4, | even; cause tori".' xvorkshups' ) and jioM-otlletM, to The ,"'I\II'11 lit) 'ion-(Comprising Smith IOU hiarreis' K. I H.) :Meal.fiO \ .

r. \ uf 'IsIs. aged iniilln'r at Iii , ( I the Hep.iratlmi; Into ilif- 1 h,' deserted I, K-'u: exeiiNo' I to t our i !11II i i :,filia i i c Carolina: ( : 1.'III'lrl.a"ala.: : : :Misstssippl ho\e Itacon.3HJ .
; tion.Vo 'l"kl."I",1 our ]pa..c, let'liiijj; ilintif nnd ,'" -ill.: : } :\ Super halo Timothy H Isiy.lM .1
j' I aoiMiieiet1 in it.t | I.1
t S nenorally i !
\ ; Aliiliatiiti. ; t II'ta.: ( D: !*aekOiiK; A. 15. NI on ITUXII. :*. S
i I lie occasion taM one "I'I'.I''I.'! \xo illl'II''II'I Ca. .
f 'ation, of t'atihllouor i'is iuiteliiu-
( > | :" I ""' I uist! rust lions haxe: ii'' lefor- --
tJ jI'K 1 111\,111. attention In, ( I In, I'Vw )por" .onM out".iile I I the :should., I enjoy it too, orif Himeditoc.iJ nnitx', ,.1.,1111.4,I.-Th h\'Ii.: hich should, ,,,1 benpoited Ils.'wlllo".

r / N" 'II I, on this lI.h""IIII uf ; ( i ii know aujthiu sihsi nit it e\- an o.trlluinake, \ for, in>t.uuoasnpoii tin.in, lo I Spot ltd Aguit theI'ostOlllco llini.r" Fi-x., Juno 1, l ;"i).

H i j I fiirt fur person' "pi' %"I 11\1'111\ s i i i i I S SS pit..klo. .\* an art Isis' of ('ii iii', it !l's itxxys our duty to h,' there, and share/ the ) 1 Hipartment) : at Washington.U The linn' of 1 Cook .1 I Pnntor, hcrctofoivlining : S
I lung, \\' have published\ ut Highland) Trail
I fate of our fellos.Vlun: within a half 1"in.1 Slatol :
: |'U'utrril| nttlcloN on thin "' ) \ \ "' '"' tlian/ s'nhitsngs'ssisk'r; nt'ili- mile of tho nssi11S\ .\ "'""IISIlalll'k. : .- I mo ige'. Florida l. 1 is this day di' I by:: mu
; thorofore I healthier for that: I ', is t : consent i I, and i all I ,debts, of tlity-aid i 'tlrmxxill
'I i MIIIIC. )pen, anil\' run "wifely' "' t tS : : lI\I\\ '''* who*** leiitary hahit- hour: the xoioiMif f Col 1. :N"-, ringing} : thiri'uiIi II nud 'Xery nlll'II'all"\ I Ilis tal.w'lli'II,1 he paid: IInlll, t"'mlt!settled,IIy :Mr.\ .

I f. I''I'IIIIIII' 1 \\ hiss limy bo ,."-,'\\.III turo In lift. tho air This'' did not IIH'I"'a"r: : exiitenient .1111' I, '':\ than: si\ lic Iwo imhcH 11rlt, nlll.1(Sl. ( ,," 111 )cIr Henry C. COlk., who .
I 'lion. ) \ the he xxciirhs H,' xxould xx "I"tlllll tho bu ines*. S
: ;1 In 1 I'etor I lloiiiler-'on" : -.whose hoxxexor f"f.lIowlllj.( peculiarityof 1'11In pounds. COOK PitoiTou. )
make t the Ihlt lij. President xx ho exer t t
I. I Iho Colonel's: voicehldi fit.tblos: lilm to
1IlIIf"'f'1.: ('1 \ as an eminent Newiii'1.. m.ir- sat in the White Ilonsi' ,'x" 'l't. possilily, S. _
\ speak on "one .key only at all tlmc.s, It ,/I'- ,
( \\'ai-hsiiigttiii. His form 'loxxer nhoxoother
numhors titer I thlrtj1 ieorgo :
Tho : years MAUIXE.I .
\ 1111111% ( "men air: 1I
) I. 'lIrr.II". us that I ho mjht!; bu I In loiiiiiuiul, and ho t by" his
I will\ 111'1 nlnll' ntlt'lltlll
S that I \ early eal'hssige's
Hancock I I, anil, Illoxham \ jjrow
and gi viiig onlcrs" to t Iso oroxxd for t lie dot'onso mere look* "' goes. I I eyes aro of rernantllna.
\ tight I Now get( %iuulo iiinl ( % \ \\ /: cunliltmxcr, a* t their roiiulreniontH: h'"I.' itnd In\'I' .1 bciitgnfinf :all mild exprcssion "
npnin; t 1'1.'lu.hllllt, danger;: ; or ho XVATKU.:
"L "hnUllr.1t111 eontinnlu the in
U lively% Union In Na"!*au will npoe. hIt 11% wllI'l 111
hu his mi hhor lirilr, :: 10... : : )t. 10:CHI I'. M.
hUailuilral'loork on "1( ;iunlen- might simply asking\ togixo in .1111"1'. I His manner I N and :aIINI.JI1.\ 0-:1.\
I II him match to light !iis pipoxith.. Arrixodon knightly' and he lsronrtey Itself. He: i is> alxvays Sunday.: 1..11: \ :: "
I VoiifAmi rciriiirr1 st Ir. I If. renwk% \ ,% Hut siS < :Monday\ .. : : :\ .
: : and draxx1 men to him hy .lo" 1:
ThU excellent 1I\11\ S : Nmoro: ralu.ible, : extra 5 manur tho i"'conoo dlllllh"'I"I'l to the his 1:1111' and% Interest in tlici'ralfairs. Tuesday 13... 1 : \1") ... ..
top of tho "axvdu, t pile nnd mingleil' xxith t 1st''sigcr J"lItl Wednesday, 14 .. 0.12: I OU':
"oil aroused .
t Haiulitrd': without 'tt'I'' ')'.\ ( !lOll of the will\\ beell\ i His 1 .I\llhh' tins easily
( ; thrllll!;. And' there. on tho giee'ls :ward mid ho become coneerneil for (the Thursday I ,', 15ItNi. ; 1:37: is .
,number Is at li.iiul' with nil % % "
I sorrows mul misfortunes' others' :striving' Friday, 10... 20"I; : )
h'I"w.1\' beheld' I txxo anlagonists' : : 'tit'rsdyecsiits'st
I I Mo talilo of content: ll, 1 n 'cjit'rj'sst'' '4 I hili' except in e've'ryiy: torolioxo theiu', as I though their, --

l I lion I U all that can l III' ,' can .ho nuTesfnlly' }priHluoetl. l lug for t tho S t'llIlIhIdlalllllIlI\ \ -hll'. t troubles xx ere hfs rtxxTi,: 'Inl1'I : kllhH'1 COMMEII. Cf.IL.
.\ regular "' .fL',hl"III..ll,11'"t' \ tight. not -
o dry to ,,,'rf\'t tho cauliflower' ; ;; to Ids 1"nr.lllh' ulxxa.xs Wil only
their confidence, anil I Fernandtna Markct.
I thl lUflVronoo In their rotniire- 1.11 11: thlr .
: "II"lllh"1 rely (I as frh'II'Ir: .BUiiTFP: WEEKLY) X\ M. I.XW1KY.SpiriU .
Yo l"%,nlny Kirlinnl Sin.ill : l'e'uetalIs' 'l'SNO1l. I \
iI thin str.
( lmato.
not I
% 1 ,\ peculiar t.\ I xx ell as commander.I Ho gave man agood
I I MI tlio Traii-lt lUllrAMvl', ", u.1.1t' "In fituations \\i> think xx'o can Nifily: roconl the III..t'III"IL' "pi I 1 each oneIVcl Tlrl'lItnc. per gal'.. .. Q iT
\killing )liiiu liiNUuitly, n : : \','):( "'feason stow closinjr, a 1 MIOCOS.S, ho I,1111"1.1111,1' than heexer liosiu: IL'r' Lbl...... (@. T..>
etuilil, Itepniotla l it would Initli as to quantity: \ and quality pr."lth'.1"n.lpr":04 before WI" MtsjH-vted."f. il\\rlIh". whichcaused Tar.. .......-- .......none in lunrkt.t.l'fU.lc .
'llrt-il\ ', all taking\. lVivt, ono .-\t l"netlt In ,lry wo.it her.Ve : rcalUcd. We are not as yet lire.tsstrtt him tolmxcsiuh, 'oxer IiNotH- Turpentine.......none in mark.t.
I I' I two In (ho inxk. ttoyd \ : to jrix'o cornvttntistie' ," as to numlior j twiwer I'uttsiii-ea 1 Island' jn the .'>
I I"u,1Ir (" "i ul xx lion our xx ere i and men in battle,and made S 111 prefer 1.C1. .I <
I with SiiuiU'nlfo, 1"1,,'" ,.packnjroa hliipH| Northern: markets, 'J rather die 'forftit tlio
-_. _. ( to xvator that exen watering by Some estimate 1111"e' r.rmwh"11\ it is. ion ,.t' their jo "' Ihal. (111. rci-ntttidtna RetaiL Ja'kt.i iCOKIiKCTKI

) t f Tht,> Itcf'Kfrper' hcvn of ailxuntaKo. Hut few, or .I knoxxn that the )production each season hasilonMoit : n"UIl'k; had; two ihlldren, UtissellHanciKk : : : ) II. XOYI>,

/ ( 1I'" \\tu> ".rr "IP\I\'t1 ,, ,1\'}" of our panlon xx ill\\ rejviy that that ot the pretx-iling) ono for 1 I lie'la't I and' .\.11 Klixahcth ll.tnem-k.I Tho tiiicir, Coriirr ( 'estee awl &cvtul Strt'ets.
It is In its and
tlxo year yet infancy,
latter died in New'iurk of fever
typhoid ,
rini-It m: : >, '.
S i he kovj'lngof l"r'l'1 thlt \ h"t" n'r,' small: \ proportion of the demand :
State mo-st triuk-fanner has Whl'l ,eighteen "IN of ao She vas a Flour, per barrel...........$,' ft\jjt\ 8 IN)
'S k cery : '
of .
!I., ulilo' na\ rollal'lo\ uUl. uppliiil. priiicii suninvs
uii \ 10111'1'1\ young lady of Jr"llt KusseU I Han- Meal,... ;:1 t [ 4 m>
I"mlo .. ..... ...... ii5Ic.t
of 'liottom lake\ \ "outh
rioli hive from : (
t rvl 155t| of the July uumltfr' \ spot or mar- : >( \11 Virginia, .1 : t''k. hues (I"rarl( i i.< lixMng and is ( !mu's.t;j : ,. $INISugar I

; ,.vnlnsl, : Information ansi ; foMho pnvluotlon, of the oauli-\! each Utorgia commencing and Florida in, tll1'I.'f'Ih,' hhipmonts"o order Irom in I planter in :Mississippi.A \ : .......................... tit H'( -I pjj 1
hvvx\o\vr 1 bo well-ilniiiuil I xolumo xxould' not 1''ut:11 an aocoiint :....:..... .! : : 7i J hCurl.
!i 51t's IA'I. .
I li it III i.i, Tlio '.ViYiwill : { \ \t Zilch they aro namoil-Florida leading (,II. uf all the heroic deeds, of man like I HanriHk. !! S
S : huishiel i
I nn matter \iow fertile( it ww I I'r .....,,...... 70(< *>
nntgithn,' for $2.;! Vt u )" 'Ilf. may lowest by S'Uth tkisrgsas. ThlM'.ti"1 His is 1 noble character, and' it is a HI'I.................. ...... 71 J '.
t ... u liberal Mipply "t well-rottixl are attracting the attention of mull: gardener pleasure to xxrite of Mich n man. A glorious BII'r ....................... .C. : .
I tipadird. \\"" xxill\\ moro" ivrtainly'I'II"III't1", f rth"fur'h., : ,of both their by soldier a steadfast fri'II. a useful citizen, he 1'1..1.. I'r ]M>und..... ,.. ,..... S ( 10(
I, I l"I't Miiinlay nrtrrniMi i { of tho plant, ntul j'n rttable \-- 11,1 and' the : ,..1 maturity that the more f>outhern productions IHUIICllrst j ioul that is noble, and' braxo Ti/; 111"11. hay.I".r 1MII4.) ...,........ 1 ::t@' (a 1 ::uixi'.n'.s )

I ...II\.I.\ out* ''II' cruNtng ul\>v: '''' slamstt'r.) in market ","Ul fancy price:; al*. I IIning I 1:111 hllmiro-1'hi/'Ji.i,1. ,
I fiMiii of tho ilty, \\ )n'it ili '''''*\ ,'r mort> wrictics :1'\I\\'II in prottvtod hxa "\'lh'l of trI"'rtL. MORIli SI.KI: AI.S.
'I'h,' nomination of Ou ter .\. Arthur forViiVPrvsidont
t lion and' that enables them tn I '
S l Mjuall, that ,'atsi.. tip\ "' \ ) Male--*, the thrtv following are I their ,..Ii"r-.h'crop aJid compete with Ih,' .hI icn. I II is i th,' price t 'tinkling\. puts NEW STOKY.
xmM' for \ioh h"t\\' l xx'ell to oil his hearty Mii> >ort 01| lie I l1.\ID1If
itMjm i %' '' ns iul.iptM our .>p of otlten I loss tlimutioally faxorvxl ",.. i( upon ut't's'1itausevaistl i \ I'
fthoiucr\> \1\1ltL..I. Xo l ', x iz. : Henderson's llxrly: :Suoxv- I hosts It would' seem that jill that i Is necessary Ucpuhlii ticket. It conns: high, but per- UI-'IIUS'O.:
'f I II xxorth what it l Arthur i is I
of wet 111\11,1111\111\ % : ami }: tr.i : to make South Uooiyia and Tlorula' the ( : Miss il F.:. Iii
(Hirty \NU lUrly l\iris :\ lUirly market ganictt of this ,',omntry, is to make I not |Hrsoiiallx' bjetioiiable ",) far as w,' II 1 : \ OK VJKOIXIX.THF. .
-- \ M vteil l siixl of IVter 11..". I tlu>c fact, to the : and intclliptcnt k\but he has no fudIt III,, in pulilic I '
The uIH4'f kl"IWI m"Ifl"il: I I'I : $.\\ .\ WEEKLY
I ,,* 3 an till ilxxarf, lIuI\" that I in tha UI ,. who ,iwttym or eeflt'tst't' il public lf. as xx'oud :'J XF.WSOf
L5 I r: 1'h"" WM no Attempt nt 5 bo |I''''(,'rl\\ o-s loss li.,l,loto in- 'I '11..#\|,,'rl'I"'rw"? in tlibbmnchofaKricultiiiv. I IThe Ii iustifxhi. solettion (,Ir" plai-o high in July of I7ih will ","lull the oixniiigdupstcrs -
i 'r\'l"\3% at our grout 11\1.& i ,, dil""'. ,asoit.. aiul' 1r''I'\ra.I ,.lignity uI.Intl, ltl.\' of the highestlionor" 1 new serial' storv)' of absorbing interest. -
wind" than the giant kiiuN entitled, "
j Politicallv ho has : blb M. K.:
tion LAN bcrv mcHtis to Ilhl nlthlrit "m\Uto .
ihU) 11,1
in city U'jou.l a |"if"i I illt.:1.'n'
!O.I. In lxes 1\." yvuvonM' ral>- nvt the labor.'lsat has to deter I heels simply 'lntln's dlitr of 1'ath.
S unl 'mention the tl.ty, ,In 'ln the earth .noi" but not AxiIi-,1 this cla-s* from a m"H'ln this.dint U,lion i U an .-onxoxingand "M'tin ,' """'f1oI (Italr II making this announctmeiit. we haxeno

l'I\lpU., a"\ A K I l"to &Ilixxl\ watorin : the Ut\e. idea that they cannot I1t1'I..' the year I ujHTt'or with ctlicicncy. His i hL'it'tiolln assuring the readers of thIW1 ,'
: KXJHK-O an
,: :
round. This! is a ml t national' reputation, so far as he can be siil.1t" that a niro literary treat i is In store for
,1 eoLqaIsy. TJio ..tuv.lci I\ .\ to the ..nn early in the morning should irrxvt.. An k.tl\ thtf initl. haxe :1i.is that of a fairly successful them. S.

t'\\'nh\g l'I'1.'u"th.\ .. j the afternoon ; uff''l' allow- g'IN that they cams HxeuMuiomicul t11Ifi"Ir i i \,lltv orof the Port of New York, and a "JtKVIUESOO": will run through, wine
t-attt'i. VVrt lliuch let U,,we S S wi proxti of the 1'' .ix or eight mnulHTs of the .
'rina; to remain liT ,hltin ; the I |>rv>tUably\ and pleasantly xxith lo>s Ulior "tlhII"ntut ll'nt1 'If.I 'EIU1I"'flpt"l
S tjuu* &In the mottling.lVij 1 of I hIml," States. j jAn il S'I(. $ *2 I sear $1 1 for six I munh.
..' promt the plant fnun thIUth'r. dt-t\t be ould bare n.) eieou- 1 i'ent-hv'' .
I ,",. neifssity has of late iI j h'l.'th'f "\ L Money O'r, Registensi
The '' ,''''' *.. A. tIt\On ass the \\4ant hare I turned,the attention olf the old nidenu'tr to tin authority.but hbuaiuouu the llcpublian } I LIIr, l'xuini&cs: at our .
> IUt leaxt s thin out by tr.iusltl.ent. :: this new industry. They are making it wni i' ( ticket N a sarcastic cdmtnentar- the J. H. KSTILL. S
uln h.
> } jke *lvty" but i is lilt a numt t-i'il In-i.reform resolution of the platj j i M :' Issvassualsta.! S
4 )boxes aiul Ili"r
tit two or two a I .ttdt'lt
iluly to hue i |t"nt ntivl h.. the I t 11""fitabl\"o noar form Arthur we 1.1\1. ha! never :
I U..ht", but hU l >\ontuiv '* in the drill Thi! will e'tutsurse I to supply\the(.,1"Im any thin.' TheN i is no 1'1'11".t \' svn in Congress nor in any way connected 1 j 1 .'OIUt'LOSt'IU: or MOKTr.A K.BY .
Mtiblnxl, 1"it'S with national as"a CustomHouse I VIUTl'Kwfa): Ittvnvof I'tiness-loiune'
tt.I..v e'1 uythin, more gnswih ufnl.'lill it. If thi. houUl W read stTain txt .
1 { W who satisfied officer \\\'vtreter\ f.iy. I. June 9. by Iii. U. U. Au-vhsibal.I,
ili t not S
easier to U with iitt-tis. Cal>- ono "tb or > \ 1,1 lulur.
11 Uvv how ,' lUI' :
I \\o are ut to I Ju.Lteof the Fourth Circuit of KloriU.atChaiuUrs.on
,, him -
his li"u. vre e
l I. )
will \ h,1.1 sth-i
& .pUnt* o 'u'dtt,1'y '
that :
S lU ittitMiy the $ to try Smth tuvrjiia or ( .' NEW MVIL RortE-V. U.) tlliih ,1."f Juno.
I' TiE C'I"1iI. INI ui
of l """' "' in and alUo'ctilutre tor It I. favor of I H. Siiulenon\ assetag'.e5tit
U worthy )11'111I''LC' xe" nUrl general 1 agent o f the Transit lUil- ,
I i the Snith- \iuIM <|J\I'\l'! for caulitloxxer. jnvully in I I is fit attnu-tixt .and iuicrv.tin, pursuit, 1\.1. 'tr-.1H'ln.. '\ morning from the I 5.551 le and Nat sell latnel. in fn.nt t J. l'lul'r of the 1 will offer for
iu whith x'ai will find intelligent and kindly Oulf t. Tlie .
S "t. can urxvly Iv to thoroughly' or outh Florida "\ hew steam t iheCuy of l'turt.lo\
.January I, I I l fact l I\I"lldll\; th. I femioe i to (CYrstal or, llonuisa, tht
+- '" ami pulxcriied. IViivg a mai Monday .
up" il 1> the '
I in and Water \1'IIt.
th. uutrr.-I''J. went bdn.
rc-ltf'tI.nt'' IN I 1)(1 ) l"'r (e la'.r. illl.t't ",nd, stay of '
( : great csrv i Is re i\ [lrt\l in the on : .J.f !' a"nth. ti. \ sic'"t'rLkt -
tlhlTl.t"4Ulc'f teal| ,
t\'nu-iIt"fI\hI" excitement w ,f\.ill\ ;:, to axi"iing in
; 1-bf: \\tr't r> 1ul: i ouiity\ of :Nusu, .
lit the )JotJI'bot' iliuMi Ix "l'at''So which ,'sun'' be ae- I for the '1'VIUI'R"Thl. 1UH- trp tiftr h.,, ThftCufr1 "'"in"' >1.'h il and 2)) one 'I'nl.MI'J'.nL.1

Ktatetuetit that. nun .", .. b,' light; culture. I len<\' the no- : way I"t of the throughlino, f1'\\1 ,1V2lnah "I'f'1| xxith. demonstration. of j y.s'aw .- USUMW of tiles H>utli txxiKtUrd| of;"luh.1"i. S

5 wahlllg at the) tKxtrta' "- ". t all ha)' xx'orV. *l ouM' lv iU\*,,' ., to Jst'l"n'-in.. hax'c Kvii Imnuuu.\ 111 I ir.1 txx.lxe.tounship} i':1> twm north rangelws'utv
l l.h\AI A' Mini-ban of Hnm.wk I i-N .viitht st and known the
'n. a
I _ wa in the "rivatUm. U l'tUlllt"lit.. The same ili,.- I I tii,, l have M'-'l".1 that i.mioa of the "ork A RICH Si4Ch1nifl5 at Iht utint of death Mure ( ruust.sue shown and dos'utcd' ui.>n
the iuuiK, but had gone ,\ :). a alr\\uly' gixen for *-.Mvwr\-s I I from the St. MATY', Uixr to Jatstnvile' j aid to his pastor : l\> you think that if I ,II.f lhtt'I nup' of w't.t i | ,,.vrt t.f P'UsI' cut file in
ing ucar the ,K'or. I h'uill nirttclent f'>r cither of the va- Work, ha IvcnHniacneUsl ,>n the ftu.b.1 J 3tlt'kposinshtolhe IVvsbyterian'" Cburch IrT i tin nrtk-e of the t'(elk of ar-.Ut. C\ran
t1t'it$ tbt brfclpeo> er the St.tratl Mary' Kix'f.ir : soul would U ire l "I I t'in't13e uronv For Nassau Tennis nl'ui) .
: ca
l it the' .t4tcnsent )he '"f' named ainl the sane time ( 'IUI'
4.t'uei. rU
) .wcn\l the
S S \\_ I'.Uilf: and the a st cvment y tU anytldiur. "flau., I'CTKU t'l_
S. nl threv. hU 111\1\>tol 1 over a :. for tbt'l 'r..t. tbi I after. .srt\md tbisuht. but it's worth try II rh"tif of : suu t'Olt'", 1kwtb.

l"m"'Il'alh\ U now jail.' \\" "' I ;k fcxuntc v4iWe wits city \u \Vt1nt'h.y"s,. .4 -Vtvs. ng." r. *%, Ha Julx, 'Ii Lss)


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