Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00073
 Material Information
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 17, 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: UF00054505:00073
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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t-. ",- l'l': :' (;lA liL 1XTKLLH.VC: :. 11'11.to light 1'11Iil not meet in coiieimenceof I 'O\l\
. \ XEWS.Atachua. I Oi {' "{If'. I the the foiiner. Sluin- '1'Lentiler day \\e ealhil lltf'ltill. to the
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-iFl' I Reports' from up the river.tate! that: there 1'KINCK 15oL\M lloXVr\HTK.: Who has! tin I non was hallenKed: by Mr. ( 'litHh. ..11'.1 I t:11: that 111'u 'I1:1111':. .. already -
,><;;J there, and Mile.I the to 11i'runtruvrny, but, I taking I steps: to .11.l I tit, effect of theirproliahle
j. M; I are millions of blind mosquitoes' I fortune )but IH\- name, is 1 to marry 1I'lil' tl"II\I-1 1 defeat in the contest by
'. ( tab [The (iainc!'ville\ Nun acknowledges; -hortfrom terribly annoying to every (lane ilL' Monaco, one of the richest heiressof !' 1II\'l"1! Ca-h: tlll'l l'rl."I.I'lllal
; : that they are 1 :hmnon as and out of thi-, it i is: I recovering the control .\ llou"e
mIl Mr.( Ned. K.: Farrell, of Waldo. I body.. -The crop of oranges, of Orange ; Kurope. !uppocil, the meeting( ,\1"t: :hall.1: i I'IIIII111: likelihood i.. that
.I 1I'\rl
1 [He is I :
:: t-anal to Santa Fe Lake. It will In- complctftxl 1 1r anticipated, as the season\ has been most, : 1'yornhh'Thl.rl' .\ I allair has )been 'intieteil 1 )by the 1"111"\1\1\ of I ly l'IIO\IIHI' rl"I\\\.1 I willing to whutcvci) ihiUico) ,;felut'tfng

r early in the fall, by which time the.ll'alll'l are no serious cases of I (>-mati: la: hi-, Ihl..l tl.1 \ lt :
ItHlIll.hl"t.11 the contracts! apptisedof : THE yacht of the Khl.lh1111 numerous trade making! inquiries" with ofoncofthc I lordinatc branches -
ttwillhr l sickness in this stttionthat twenit' returned i the 1:1\.1"1'11 .. control I great: ci
I family t: ; of whcs: has to HayNi'.ples view M (' TIII thi-.t
bnilding the latter have I been put ins The although the past: two weeks have been : from Sm\rna. lailro.11111: Ol tll"II\11'11 1'1' \1I'I1'I1 ". ','. We (antititgilite : of the (o Soeminent.ioll inu-t t I 'Hut made toeemv for loseringthe !
result l'nl\.I
quiet :steadiness with which this very impor- exceedingly warm for (this climate.: .\ few i take\ in I'tintrrii jet. The .
)loii ).\ "I"'Wa: member of' Mr. (ilidtone's 111' (n,1 present status( : of parties, hi (tlieS"nateV
ftUit enterprise has' been carried forward( is I! persons arc.titli'ring with -ore 't'II..IH'P'' administration, hn: < ri--igned: in coucnueni'e mammothteamhip, the, Hi-rut iMftri-n, I well as in the Hou-c( and that can 1 b,,' .I'JII

1\ solid, proof that it will completed onfume. bi Cithni., ; ot'a: di-a: :. rcenient t with I thc < o> eminent which haul -.1: 111.h to do with 1 lavingjlietiM into.luu'riian I only through, l1'IIIi'allllh:: I.cgislatures.It .
the tri-h i h. i..1.llioll.. Atlantic cable, is l soon to 1'11' will\ l be tlHt the light i it
of ato
The meeting! of the Hoards County wateragain, lilted out and : 'o1'1'1. Ihl'llir )
The 7:"c says Jainc-villc(: is 1 the mostFtlirivSnir : ,Coiuml--ioners\ :. :and'I of Ikhnation: Monday TIIK: FreiH'h' (Chambers.: of Deputies. has: e'lni iqaubeen n new:. comnurrial \11 II'I.... I along the nll'ord wl"II'lill'.1 to swap oil': trade or tompfomise -

t city of its! size: in the :Mate, and a la-t brought together; men from all scrtiotiof pncda! \bill grtnthagngrucralaltitlt'stytuallIsdithiitl \ : :She' i bartered I by Wright) l, 1wl. I to 1ll'lllrlllIt; II' tilt jr legi-afive! or
h it i i- ',-
| ulli'ndrrr..llthniit now morethan \ 'Co..10 I to Texas; and take "\111111'.1 of their
in interest
febrdial is I always! extended; to all the county. From their n'I"rt.| all iKirt"are civil I"' I Congressional( ; : l 1.kl'l.
welcome litttvn yearsinee the clo"e of our Ills' bead fat cattle:, for the 1 bunion marktt. ticket. I ,

: who locate( among: 1I+. Our) people adhere pro-peroiis and! progtv..i\c. :New settlers wnr n (till art ..I' nmne-ty has. nut \hem, .i The propo-ition: I is to make four tl'lp"l I all J"re-idi'iitiiil the :-', : 111ni-i\w.' nn.tl'urlY hI .
Inillmade -. ssl, and at everye ion i- 11,1- thus delivering Mi.om' cattle > ear, Ihl'I'11'11. Ihl"i .
ill, am Congress
[to the live and let live' pulley move' do..dr are coming impro\emciil- pii'' I year I temptation to enuiige any lu1I"I.u. <'X.1'1'ill'lllf
Jim 'illtflit'1 to remoMpolitical di-ahilitics ilead'or alive.. On hei outward tripthe
!saw. lie'land' hl.I\\lall11\II" < : that !sort : "nt.11 III< con-(
i t [than any eoimnnnity we ever I ; of Individuals.PKMM Uintl 11'I'l'I'I.: to rabies' t-mlgraiits, :
\ chairman ( '01. Iloper, and meinhers !-et out and everything hmkin-,. I and the thartcrcrs say that Ifit i is their opinion I ljI'I'I',1 ,111111'111 the 1'11'1\ has a (;r"lIlcl
; The Wr.r.AS hy.
I\IIOK) is TIIK 1 anidcnee : a tl..lk'11.t'IC1t
runs; d""HI' If lf\'dill
of all the ,
Ii ( : -ailing to
ultimate the Srutt Tillyfull
ward the planting\ that
t (Committee 111'1'makllll demand forI.i'ntr 11' for a t:III'-
1; '
; the extraordinary
[of the County ; ''\ of have : tIl d"I'h"11'IIt.
in << county tn llu1 v. I \ for the ( 'all \\il 'I .
11101.1.\11.1. Orange and
thorough preparation: to put every ; ', now t'xi-itfng in the 't'-I.: al..I..t'I I in to Jrl'liluall'III1i.II'I'nl illl.I
and iimditlons of the lines! an IIIIIII'lll' l'IIIIIOlillJ ilIIlIII'1111I1I I )uer.l that the two -
fruitlIl.I\I'.1! I to the climate the rapf(1hvtl'g'uu'stt railway: partie.sare
flcetion' preeinet in state! perfect' organiation. \ and southwe-t from :St. t that I port greater: ( I h.II'I" I 1.11'lt:.! t equally in
exi-ting here. It but needs un n\ ; in other Nevy YI.k .
ally altwater !
/ l .ouithe 'il..I./I."I""t..1' thill l city notestinfact i WiY. la\.l.I.\ the lower 1111"1" that a
Ititval.At this region' to :sati-ly any impaiti.illyinclined < that its adverli-ing ,columnTues; with a truly "mctnipolitan" !spirit, would give the, I'cpnblicnns the control ,

( Iialf- last 10 o'clock on Tuesday night, person: that :South Florida i j.. one of day, contained calls for' -I.l.'xi I \\"rkillgllll'lI. i thalll. limit, /'M/IT/I: wlllc'1'( :I to ;and IUI ( of the Senate. The terms of twenty-

. the most: de-irable portionof. the Fnilcd" at "wages running from :*\.ti(* to ::0:1,1'1':: \ day.\ I I'OIIllt (.111'.1111 II'her 111'11'1 is New'Ir..l. four; l'nlll'>l wi expire <>n theIth ofMarch
- through
tunic passing that t be only
as the .steamer was ; IiII Y"rl. I ( next State l t4
a I the Fiacr.he: struck on a shell\ hank, about I States: to live in \11' in\c-t: money or !labor: in. TIIK: deaths: in I'Y'nrk'hyluringthefast \ ; II we do not mi-take: a hl'l the big ship! will hold '111.1" In'III') \,"' IIphlt\
-One ..I' the things! much needed in Orlando \ ..months numbered irt/.T'.iui:: !' increaeof \: here l.i-t.. the :Sandy 1 1101 bar' \\11 so (tiesmiulalile heen )held in '
The Elections
tt; mile north of (;iimni-on's cut. I II date. hanl'I.I'
:i \half I : the same period of 1\1.1111,1\ 111' that "II' made :
manufacture 1,1:1111\1' II lall"'I'lIt
the -
ebb tide!setting i is! an e-tabli-hment: for : ..I' !tI! encountered I ohil. Khodc Island: : :\11lrVI
accident was c'uu".111\\ strong! I representing an annual death-rate iVJi:! : I Poitl.ind, Me. :1. \I and ( has \been reelettcd.Oeneral .
the !steamer into the bight; and herluggishness of gnava jelly and orange numn.il.idc.We \ in t''l'r1IMMJ of J jiopnlation, t-timattd: on hit'sill.Inuit'ruli'/ Itintitnorllantptunlttiude: ( I nia, H"IIltrl"jh'' heen elett tcd 1 to till
the helm. The are' in the heart of the or.ingo and !guava the rece'nt: ccn-usof: l/.tKl.: .*)!\tl.)! In the :-a II II' I II tutu will probably' beery' well able to take (1'"I'tC will 11M he vacated 1 hy SenatorIlrnce.
in answering I the seat
..a' \ ; the region of the State, ami there i I.. plenty' of period I there were ii'JSi;: ,:! ) birth- ami ", lIS on e:ti'guit: l :.\tll., where t there is abundance 1h((1'. (larlield I will ,'ike JudgiTluir.
succeeded ill ;
: ; :
I marriages IlIn II' IIII-iot' "al'--lllillrC Ytions
in stock to keep such an enterpri-e\ operation \ I 'I !'I1'1I1. 111.1 replace
hut Tllcllilllll'l'ror.ll'alh" 1 II
inconsequenceof latter.\ '
i. :stern into deep\ water ( I.Vi; in the I I Mutes in which! clci1-
I ::. a want of sullicient nppiianc1es wa"lIa- a eon.idcrahlepurtfiunl'theweir: I Jacksonville in New York last week was I l'J1iTtlielarge-t: I t, SHU.A SrKVM: ('.\\1'\\\I\S.-'IIIIIIloll' I'\ntu Witll'r to ", TIC .hH.\ the 4th of "

has a marmalade factory, ami it with one exception\ in ten jearTAXVTIOX "-. I I' : : ., nl'I'lli 1Il.1
t hle to extricate her entirely. \?he'll the tide : liam \ oolhi!' 11 \\11 till'III.'I\I' Jinr h 'ulilllll'lnlll', ( I.'nt(, 11'1\w:1.)

'4/ rore.hc! was partially tilled., The how I is dry.N'o proves one of the most: !'ii,'tt'I'ul: : institutions I ti.' Tht.Mitt\rn; : ; I'1tirF:1T1'ThttAt : : er of the yacht < 1hn,. made all Florida, II.lall, ( ( : ( :

I in the tity. There i is no good reason: = Attoriieveneral! the State .of :New York 1I""I'--III'r: arrangements f111 launching}, If dll"I.11(! nll'!. Missouri: Nebraska,
heen sustained by
;\ : serious! injury has yet succe.s.hnuld not has! rendered\ an opinion in regard: to the his" new "h'III'IIIII'al: tcrday, and I, Nevada, New Jersey! New Voik. 1'1'ln.ylva-
the 1l"llir"i'". It I fesfm'e: reported that why the :same degree of : : I taxation telegraph' \poles and, wires: It is: i i was, l"h'I'II. partially oil I I e wa'ys Whl'I. nhl'fi'1111'SSeC'h'l'a.'crntnl't: Wotf\ -
: old and not be" met with here. Thousands: of "1\.111.1..1' the accident can-ing: a postponemeiit In estimates
-lie is going III1'i 1 et. :She was ill the ,"'m..r a communication to assessors : \ ha\I'I'1I1.,1 thlmorning. Jllia. Wisconsin. Republican
I guavas will !spoil. \ on the ground in Orange of Montgomery( county, who had! \ II' hlll'I ceremony until : of these States are t'I'kll'lllluhlfnl.
Valuable the .lIhi,..'.. lie\ is believed to be the lirsl viz. I'11lifurnia,31atiiie, ( Ut. \
this and for succeeding; yetis! a-kcd; for his" opinion on : 'O\II.t 11,1'\-
A friend, on his! way toChattahoochee hurt county year for ntili/.ing holds that telegraph! poles and wire's: are taxable 111\1: catamaran ever built.,.'mid the Idea da, 1 Indiana: New ..I'I'r'w: York In (
i is made ,, he havingworkcil
until provision the s, :
some townin which was whnlly 1'011111..1. hut i(
: : states that the train was brought as real estate in the : Wl"tIrvlni ; 1
:Saturday\ : : :
thediscovenl them on a large; :scale, They will\ not bear they are situated, ami are to ,,,1'11..1.,1. in on his plans for the past six; vcarsTho the tint t\111 these eight :Mates: their! outgoing

to a .tl\lIIll1Cllr Mount Pleasant hy shipment: like oranges::and lemons! andmusihe I lie name I (.1'1111,1 to the company owning! the tWII'II"' iuv cylindrical inhape, 'rrIlh.h Kl'Iwtll'l are all Dcmoerat.s. If tin-"
of oljHtructions on the track, over atrestle \ I two (gars. '11l'.lfilh Hamlin
to ,0Ii1.It' line, 1I"III..t" as "1Il11l'1'1' tll'III' rl'I"I.hll" illll'II""l send hack' 11 Ir. or
home permitted \ .
, t. : thirty feet high. Two, negroes: werecei worIH.III\lt\ or t :\ ) : 'IIIlnh''o.! an' HI'lnIJIII1..I'II1\ ,' \1101 .Maine( until((. ,
I to he !some man would, put up an ice factorj .\ UUKVT: national fete was to take place on '_"lMu> 1'iH't in h'IIII uud live feet !'olJ I inches Iiiutauaeter Kooth( California: will Mill nee.)
who supposed
IIt,1I11I-.t3l\: (( ,were here, and, add,! to the manufacture: \ and !sale the lit hi celebrate<' the nineteenth anniversary at I ld\largest part, IUPl'I'illY to allwrl four of 11'11 sixrental nitiguuttbtfulStates' to ,

'R the perpetrators l of this diabolical attempt. of ice. the putting up III'OlIlIr! oranges amguavas of the taking of the ILa.tile.'u: pyramid / point :' and alt. '11)Irc' nint recover I majority). in the FenntCbut: f(1'111'
: -" The King isdt'adLong I: live the King!" covered' with sod, to be :surmounted' 111'1. connected 1 together I menus uf, ocratie ,'Idor' fs i 'Iuil in .
rant( is: l.\ill1l1\ the shelf! Hurrah for Ourlield : he WOIIIIIIII'l.t, with a degree of en hIt colossal statue of the( IIt.Jtlllolil'! | : aroundthe I beams: ivtiug on while pinoad Maine and, .i\ )0.\111
courug'lIIcllt1111!success! which. would inuki pyraulfd'cuctian utltslswdl. bearshieldsami ,14's. "hl'nrl.I"I'I" IU.IIHIIlk knee,

w I The I'nivn reporter did not hcartisingle him happy.--(inuvas will he ubundam )support IIlrl\lullt'l4tllOllflf (i.txMi<(< 1 gas: jots.Hrilliant alllru'I.l.\, "1'IC'; ni<1olt..ih' \I THE f'lllwlllj letter: Ill, 111'1 mailed 1 by .

: : ullu-ion made to defunct Kmperor not damagct \ and cluboratepyrotcehnicsmade to II'' flllihlll I deck twcntli'efl'l.t (ten '(' ( !h'I, (nl'llt. resigning I as amember
the !bushes were ; lll
(!rant last Saturday' hy any of the speakers.He } I.I I. this year, as prc-cnt fountains, !statues and emblematic in width over All this is ll"I..I) ot tho Uulon'etertilt' National)

I [ to have utterly passed= out of the! in the slightest degree hy the frost la-t: win devices, Uf. to hcIIWII: with the t utmostmagnificence. : making I commodious und :\ c.lIJil Committee. The sentiments" ex e.\prcs.sed coming
seems: : ter. This fruit, and better, than which none This will for the time withdraw almost its entire !length, with a small 01'1'1''' from a Ucpublican. are, to say:
I'I'I ol1l'dlo1of his former admirers.1'elearn from tIlt of deck outside fore and aft. The ll..lolIl hut the letter fs. of;
other exists in the country, wiIIIHI\pl\ tin ; public IItlItill eX\IIliol\ space ri the least, ,
from Capt. Joe Marzyck, who left tIlt'illfah'J the +. pO'oli-11! to each bnhl-mine up th\'ciigh! "straight-ont-frhni-the-sbuldrr.7 and th > Iwriter
South Florida. It f i iexcellent I" JI''olil | .
in :
place' of the peach 1 forward of the
steamer tattle this morning, that sleeves! I twenty l."trc'10 does heat about the hush in getting : -
.resident of Ihl' lot
for sauce !short-cake or jelly ; i 1"" 0ionillbrt.rv, LL.'D.. after part of the hulls, and playing undo ( at what he wants to :
she: is fast breaking up and going to pieces No. 1 for canning and will he, not only 1\ T,ibonelssiehutiau! 1I1t Itfi'-longtvlitnr IIf I them I The rudders I, I h'I t.h'I'lr two fed I I'A.say, July I I. l!"".
The furniture, bedding, etc., have been raved that paper died on 1 l'rt011 of the .lh and six feet in constructed fr l'IT"llum., ; \\\t-
hut health IC'IAlh. (itn. lf. S. ( "" "
of to its producers, : burn ,11'1'1 ," "f't"/I/
and the machinery will all he taken out. source! profit ;) in the 7Mh year of his age. He was iron. The rut", : I is tl'I'un..l 10 + 1otin,1lnzuiNPe:
and delightful to ('011,II III I'rc.: They canmihe firccniicld./ Mass., Ollhl'0, IKOJ;t, and grailtinted them two abaft the forward cud Tliej e'rnl
[in this about twenty li.c ( iKNKUM. : .\ vears' "Olll'.tiolwih
built city
The Jfiittle was In l4 J he wi" f'rll'CI
Harvard I
all ut 11I at the and both IIrl'wurkl'.1
too extensively (cultivated because : are geared together top, the I'nion National Commit-' ,
years ago and was perhaps' worth three tho Cambridge divinity :schoo hy one wheel, the pilot-hutise Mingin \'ll'rll .
be the markc jnuhlltt..1It : which honor -
that cannot readily put alum you 1'1'lel'
thuu-and dollar. She:: is far enough out of 1111 years subsequently WII>\"I'lor,, the uluall""llol. above the forward cab I IIItl. n i iunu-
navigation.'ul. can be canned or made into jelly\ nl1.111011111t of tho/ old Purchase Street Unitarian ( 111'I'h '!' to be by aA'elly 1111 c'III".Jc.l my
the channel to oiler no obstruction to il Imldl'tl (h us the I'enu.yivanin.:
leisure.-Of late more attention I is I beiiijgiven in 1.Itol.f'r: spending, some. time on tie balance engine of tlU have 11'1111 to the concu-ioii!
( II. T. llayu left on yesterday's Iowt'r reluctantly 1'111'
: in the
study IIfll'I'1111u",1 I ,
to the culture of limes and lemon"( t' having a cylinder twenty-four 11111' that the ul'tlae; ( hi-torii partyis
North His( literature in lKJO-11. lie, illhlc'IHc'
afternoon train for the French twelve inches with nltwelve J1.ut
and we m IIU1)'I'Olllhh'lItIy expect\ that the nil- Kmerson: and Fuller, cditci 1I,1lll'4. l ''I.h'/1 111111)ht to ( ; those "hl
being for the It. W Margaret i inches. I is ot'eteel loin
is purely a .business: : one, TIl Ihlf itsorganl/ation
trip :
wilt( divide\ tin transcendental inagazintHe '. pretend : uroiUnng'
tare of these fruits hereafter the 7>m/thc famous inches" in feet long, is u\
purposeIf purchasing another steamer! to of the Ilroo! flill.tl alll NO for 41./ and and that its encour
of fruit which has heretofore was the principal! Ji11.h'r the boat upward
attention an
growers plul'elol giving 11 htiteit constant nii
im'\ll tigt'Ittt'tltul'54(1Iutnil a : '
John's 1'iver. which
:add to his: mailUm' on the St. tilt Farm Communion\ h in Ilo\hury, I'ro. and It is: expected -
..le'lItl..1lIl1o t exclusively filrwlrtlllo"'lIIclt. the Union.
been nace to
When all his arrangements are completedwe Itl..1( so much interest in Europe: 11,1llr' to .I. minute. The
Inkl' rl'Vllllioli of being
These varieties are less hardy tI.anthe ho moderate, Its permanent 1:4'II'! worthy
lea and in which n
recollect that the'WI'OM orange. spent engine i is supplied with by a Ilcrreschititl' -
hope Col Kaya will hl'UI ( \ the two parties,
in IHtt lh'i.ll
orange;, and for this: reason the orllllchM tune. He rl'm/"c,1 to New York coil\ boiler eight and u half feet long 'I1t..lll1ol01.w"
/ has extensive State and city circulation editor of the "'f'C 11\1 protection are alike th1'.i-
and became life-long 7i'ill1e. trlle
been thin favorite Hut here. in Orang; <' ali eight ami a half feet IIhI'Olhlillll ,dent wo Ihid frt'e-' ,
and our large number of readers He has aNo been for Years chief litertryadviser If 10'lllh'I, uI.1 IIl'I1'e I
give many I : feet of The
county, on the backbone\ of the i tell t 11:>'1111\, of the tams lt Harper Hros. lJ c'oil propelc'rt! trade J'p"hll'ailo: in (the West and tlu-t t.
an opportunity of reading! the advertising eight II I I 111 gnl.lla.1ruI with ') >\ in the hl 1,1,11., '
with our numerous lakes: we have compara} He projected! and was the principal editor ( und. a half to eight and u halffeet )1101'nlt
schedule of his !steamer by placing; it in ourrtilualns15iou. additioi Icn'l States..
live immunity from frosts, and less hardy the American Cyclopedia, and in 'hl huh 'i" out of water, us are I
divides the two
pich. 'fbeenlin'i is rae U pMising -
: ; fruits thrive and do well. Limes and Itmom has 1111t amount of other aftegreat } /Il, of the six lallll'l. The whole boat | it tlll.I."e i of hate anti -
of 1.r1111'1
111 lteboro. UIIIpt'l.tori"i is foriy-two tons "ltll'I, with u ,lpl..1"t'IIlnt : IlIrtll. '
several curlier of the
: come into bearing years:' suffering.UUIXAS tonsuid it pait H'\llkal 1lrtr.
!it will IKS been hy Mr.[ Yulec's letter }published seventy-two n : ull) lm'\1 dictation at i ;, '
tllullllr..1l1 c=,: and the grower is thus' cnabled two feet of water. Thomas Magee, of Nyack litar !
that effort has $ :\R !). n., LI,. I).-Tho Rev, hi.-i ( "jM.licy) the Peinocratic
in every of the boat ClulJI'ro" partY
: i paper his investment un\llultor is the and the cost: t
to reali/.e on P. of StiiiiiitonVa. ,, lllllcr. leis has a
llamas Sears, I). I D., LL. ldf,111 dIOII'U
been made to push forward t the work on the several years earlier, which i always an oh.jcct. ., died llt Saratoga; N, Y., at .1 l o'.o'k yesterday isalnnit $i.IIO. ,her llniriII Voorhis*. jMnffillnu'" has determined I' ItIU\larll-114'1r'r tlt. gallant < it'll1'. H. I.1:1t: -

Tumpa l Itaflnui.VC have told the peopleall ,-Orlnitiln Jirjmfttr.1'olHHlU.. afternoon, at the age of 11.t.nl..I..C.1'l''I' name itoat l between .'lk, wll tU11 placed hiin-elf IIUIII|
licexlarlstoninhcrasiiferry I
that )( Yulec would be the Dr. was for | hat hy proclaiming the right of Irlat.Iy
the time r >I I"eul many years I'f.i and New York \t\ confident she iolHU'
am Nyack IUI I IC'llllkc the An'/rtM tliw liberty of tin
r ,
with 1".lilrou1.- dent of Hrovvn Unln'"ih', PfI\'i.h'11'C' o'tufr
tint in reaching a ht
l Tampa the run-twenty-ci,;
also prominent in c'I /aton11l matter wil-Il rcss, the of r|>eecli I. and that thin '
We now have a daily mail from (iuinesvillc On the ;lMh! ult. Mr. Samuel Moore, a valued in was Massachusetts before going to |Irowl Oll hour. The boat will be Illldll 1 f j nitunil rights(1't..I"m of II'IJ'' nnd the rights oi! _'

\iu Ocala and ltrokt ville. This i if! quite UII citueii of Titusville, was found !dead in University He was al-o author of u'c luck this: morning.O.v rojujfty must lit'htresen &*.

improvement to a mail twiee.a week via Cellar that to vii. Ibis J[ skull was shockingly fractured liooks on educational 'subjects.. \1'li1'nlrori1: In fhMN-ing ..IWl'l these two pnlti., J
of gave the fund for ( pur- our first page is an article from iiniiot see hf\patriot ( .
for the Tampa mail had to lie over 1. and a considerable sum! money IclMHly t'UI
4 Key
; the South. .Sirs was made, man- t the Cincinnati ('oiiuitem'ul contrasting the Nearly every soldier who fuugh with
ut the Key from Saturday 10 p. in. until known to have been in hU jios>tiioii! way: tiger!'of the fund, Ir an Advisory Hoard olTrustees. growth of the North with that of the South uncock to obtain IH-HCW will VCtp him

Monday 4 p. m. (Ix-fore it left for TUJUl'a1"i'II& .- missing. Suspicion! was directed to a man Hw then went to live in Virginia; ,. I' during the last di-cudc. It shows that the all for him to make that jfueectrectiw and. (; 1
(; known as Maurice Metzgar, in whore JHJS- He W'lt to Saratoga ails att n month ago fur tile u I immigration .l.t, to the North and 'KTmaiicnt.Kntertuining.
Jefferson. missing was dis", Ids health, and to Im in rendiness to ,I'I"'r not be turned tIUth\\'IWI. though the : the )iighe't rt"II.t! fur myellow.gtunnittcetacit
of the ,
b *.MOn some money birehue American ( hoping
an address there natural advantages are many : undcuriutftly
...s. Reports from all quarters represent! crops covered. Metzgar 11a.'t''n. \ am-ntcd and I it>> tutu of Instruction on Wtslnelay evening, Husks the reason! of this, aU"wer" it by that they will view thU luipoitunt matter Julie

as looking remarkably well. Some parties now in custody at Knterprise.: on Kducdtional Progress in the t'lil'llIttl Map Mtsing that "there is an indcM-rihahh' lh that I do, and come to tho KUIIC

however complain of "hone '" on cotton, Mr. KUhanlaon informs During the Ijist Fifty Y'UJ. prejudice in the world against the solid c'Clchl.lfl, vi/., to vote fur Crn. I Una* k, .
The County Assessor. completed the address last He South." Hut why i i-t this prejudice? I* it urn, very ngtrtfitlly. your Iht.I.I'r;
which i is a forerunner of ru"t.-o.llutttutiml. us that the seiwmeiit of Volusia Hal. een( feeble for several days but hopes arrange that it exists \) u'a11 the "rlll IrValt, .\, LI't \x:. :. .c

Leon. county will be incrca-cd by $!(Iu,(.$ J this were entertained that he would recover until uud \the ncwspahiers of u great party andmany "

That shows bow we are progressing., a few hours before 'his deatli. HU hotly leading religious journals' :, have for Ax Iscii>K.vro>- TU& '\".\ .-In his bi>,'ai: ,g'at -
lion (1. \'Yithcr.oIIOlJU, Hepiiblican I year. will be taken n'ltol, where the funeral l the jotst O'I yearn lt'n misrepresentingthe the meeting in )'lrl. in "F .
district called -The farm in this: county, as we address 1 by condition of the thl t'lr.hul .,
nominee for Congress iu this crop will take place. The prcparnl social and iiolitical I dty, last Major
Wednesday last. I Ie left Thursday fur are informed, are very promising. Cotton the ilct-ca-setl gentleman wi be read by the South ? Would it not bo strait e if it were tllo Conrud. Thu,1JlnJ., illutrui';'

mi where he In the interestof iwpccially gives signs; of a good crop. .\ Kev. Dr. l HI lhfr I of H' .too.OIL. >therwise? The South has protested agalnt" U.m of (the lullanll&ll1 vhanu-U-r uf <;e1" .,:.
Wwt ,
this outrage, but her voice- ban been ''
great 1
Monday I larger field bus been planted this year than 11 intiehul killtul 1 Jall'l'k. tIl tIUtJ'n. hi. ,
his election. He expects to i-jxak: II. 1.Its CAMf.of ( feeble against her nnineroiu ufln'aril comuuiiul in \ best Av-
fiiice the Mr. C. t:. peUnohas been William M. Shannon, of in a ,11,1.un a WW ( \
next at Apalachicola. He informed us war.- c'UIC'I situ I besides, what she has said has Ix-en con'idered tuDurrcnder ut St'''}Mlalattuis tr-currttl, au l ?
I nominated fur the Senate by the Democrats Momlay last Special to the A'ou'J r that he had no idea of "coming down asrumored that the duel took ut 1)1)hsMae'a pleu tllut, without hU knowledge; the jirovost; .--tmnhul _

anil there was but one thing, that Volit-ia, and Mr.( Charles })IIUglll rty for bridge says on tilt bonier 1111'(Cuuidciiiiunty. ,\f.ll.. and South not bus entitled at last to .""1'1 weight with apoiic the issuer citi/cn) firciiliirn* "rlt( tt'r. UIII.)!;.

could induce him to retire from the contest, the Assembly.lyriculurbt.St.' (- HhaiiiHin, the ('hall'I.nl; party\ that will \\m beard.> .ukt.u ihiutc L-nalty.t their h
and that war if it were conclusively proven John tin t, the ball JruuJ near lull I uC Hancock by her aid has silenced tn a mid I hut when this tact wu- tlC knots n
Cauli then
to (him that by Izix remaining on the ticket The olJot inhabitant of Augustine i""*, 'lh'l ttMAtd fret heart. Death treat extent .l ".sectional t-rm against the tlJ (i'n. HUI1'oe., hu nail that ho rti>|>dl'lI'tIl
I' through thanl11 youth, l {election will farowardr
: ani go defeated( I. anti the'
\'t'r\ nut
iu success was jeopordized and made the defeat I'atty Hernandez[ who i lof nimty-Mx year; of was ( !fl1hunnolleniCI) to.' I correcting the iltlclCt" haveeturdcd fc.tiut" or huiuiliato. them, and gt

of the other candidates problematical l, itge. Next on the list is Judy Smith, who is he last his baring nl.t : > her proga-ss. of wilh ice had\lie order of the 1"lanhui. *
to withdraw' Smith and \ Fontaine l pll.rflnJ whih c1utl$ the trouble, a National Demoi-ratic Iininlstratioii willie { Like all
he was then i .Tfetly willing ninety-twu, and Jack 1'hylU account of the lat I cUUh'rI1UIl'll truly. men
consideration would he. There M.'ventetnIH.TSHH dalengl.1 I Irl1 day for tl South ; i will mean en. i. luugiiuiiiiuuu a* !-.r..1ali '.
but under no other are each ninety. are /," concerning him.hbaniion of JUII"1 UI \
> VI iltrf111 activity il dejuirtmcnt fet-llng oru brave and liM-:l lI
only by a desire in the !between eighty, uud ninety was lawyer of high t'Vc'r
do toI,. and this was prompted city I c.tU&T'-.t'r I 1111"11.; 'the intiux of UI -i11reasistg tide f rc"I"0 war, an : in reint
of republican principles Innate favorableto I and leaves (large and dep-ndeiit family. .f immigration, the of our hid. \ juu'
to we the triumph 'l"'o1I'11UC age. Our ( uphui are I o'clock I' & de\luluieut C lu.l "ar(t.dir.s .

The iiift-ting tusk plai-c at 2 Mon- fre.-lc.-"tu.
urn and '
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next to pnS'trfty
next fall, a* he loved his l jarty luiigevity.H'nu1x! '" lay. This the outcome of a rC.ur :
C.ltllut1 of the
WIo )
his church, and U willing to nuke any sac- I i-ontrover tJtWC1(/i. K. U U. Caxh and wl"11 1'( lII.I'"jJ.s a Oi i L'ity girl, \hue uew.lreu ix u Area

rificeforiu ).ru..l..ritr. though he diev nifu lts. a* in ..lolotJlWllhl. everybody .and Capt. %V. I..Ik-pars andCol. William M.Shannon. I in I i I dry 1IucL.um>, toll a'If:tom'! ",' }..IIJ
Depass' and ('I made arrange* .\ uupltfuxant nlation-a curluiKlc. ,t a stew (1ll wrapiIer..atty. .
I* s can be elected if he run*. J'utfM. I .


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i/ "O.tf'fIlA'A.'r: quite;' Impossihlo: :: that; suit men (:Ol :ever: twinkled her T tght.fed'I'i"1"T her little Amy ] it. She did not- all bcl;: "The; ;O'Neill: Colony; Holt
I t They' say; if our beloved l dead, '4f t. s#,, regard her lU benn1 ifuL f hiwly to IInt large, pale believe I I I l that "be did I not county' i ; ; Holt county was on t to
t Should; sc-ek tin; old familiar I place, f .'..). "Pure" physlcellhcnniy{ Is Iht1 belt 1 t worth head( Iho \'J"kct' like the round lily-cup\I ('art for Arthur that she was IlreeloC the their: I way to rI/l mk Hills. Previous :
with n little sigh. swaying water's surinre to (' hud taken further 1 pre
Koine Ktranger! would! there instead!! < Imvll1 she 11"ujl.t. ; jnartier. She! had I those lovely ryes t i
t ( Atid they woul.11illI110 Welcome fut"t'.t I I I'l'Mif 1 many I things that I Miss de Fores-t t had I that morning ('lllparl'lIlr. fill with delight \ '"H'l'l tll'fel thin in t\tl':1; ': \write Collins a letter on the subject. -
girl might think under the lrII..IOle'I'I.hil in the front of the crowd, stood, Athur the dance-rhythm., UlOI, she It wa follows;
I cannot tl.lIll11w it might. beIn that poets: 1.t down only I I ry-- Ihl""lIi towering' head and shoulders above heard I, in sonic l'Ut.ll'1! \lio-talk, that "(ViirrtCW1'iM.DKVK' / i : I
t, o., other homes but this: I know, I the worl'1.olellr"III'1 of 1 hI two slru1 going i ( II"J, )his: handsome face aglow, his "the-Spanish' girl had, "1'(1 lallhout Dun Sin : I am informed that large I expeditions -
t i (: ; for win! of the tine man, eyes brilliant with excitement and eagerly ( It was strange to (' to that are being formed atNiuux 1. 'itlow'
? i' "mild mv lost darling: ; route to me, 'IU : oi'
t r i '1'h the would find it a" old, as history' and 1.,11,1-1111:1"1': fullnvlogevery curve of the dancer' motion. the white flower of self sacriline could, bud for the pttr, ) of all) unlawful invasion
never !MO. 11.11-/ in the chains! \1'111- 11' and bloom in the soul' of paid dancer at astudents' the Black dills: which I i4 a part of the t Sioux .
) 'hll.) lOIi: :aheth, awnitid rPull.1 .11 hats forgotten' that I exist," thought hall." 1 Reservation As that country is I bv treaty
t J Oflllmes the flowers "have come nail gone, solve it .\ and I she ; white settlement
trembled I ,
t for she and \\ithtlielndians fruI
11 II
I. 111'1 111' 111'111"1"1.11.1 111 \111'11 li. IIII't. l.itl'lly. IJI forjota\.1111 10\,1'1,11. wihl\
j Ofttiiiu-9 the winter! winds have blown, III one way Ir 1110111'1' l i-"I of it. from I'UI!. me home, air.I I I t11It'I'r passed, out I 1 1hal. if lrr, use the entire!
i l The while her peaceful t went on, Miss: de )II'I."t fell to studying her 11aillll.IY'Jtl.tlil I Jlil.fml Speak to mama, please-the nil from their lives.! :1allill military i ) ( lt my disj-osal: ] tl'Isueh,! in
d; "till I have learned to live alone ,* h.imU us they layout 111'1 lap, "Iilillg. I 111 101'1' to take you away, Spring has cdine u nlll. The [ va"ion; .' Hy giving'this letter publicity youplay
'I 1't'llly, the place: where last night but I able to stay; before I\Xcltlrl ao 11ll,11.IIc"llc }
ardl'n'tlill"II'I IIIY frll'lnC
I rove slowly: : from day: : to day.1111111111fl1I Arlhlr 1111'all'I"( had rcntgd. !" 11.lo\ (tiny Uaitisford, took Ir:" de Forest and -Ile !ln'l1 II' Ilri:4: were beautiful with l'ss.in' hardship
tusk to bear' my part ; came 11'1\1 and the sunlight beyond her daughter home, and, Ihl'I returned tithe (OIC morning a man in an ofllcial ('uilins' strategy ill placnnhug the w'ng,51ss:
: r Ilntwheftiergraveor \sIacthergn% Irt'I'1.IIIII. glancing;'; up, she IIWJ'Ji.t. hall. One of the other men told, him dress brought a Illel.ell'II'I'r to, Arthur as he WIL i"lHV\' *1fll he J aceomIahtrd) till' expc-
I hide her memory in my heart. her the man she loved she lurked that Arthur Duncan) looked strangely worked, in Ins. u Oi was : dition for upwards>of 1 hundred miles, thll
'Iullo. wrltl'l
up at him with a smile slightly touched,1 with troubled. when he was: informed\ that Missde ..1 Spanish WOIIII. ill I the returned 1 to ..wuJ City The party, after a
1' Fond, faithful love has: blest 1 my way, the cynicism learned from the -in.ill )hook III Forest had gone away ill with the atmosphere begs to see :i. lr. jieintir Itnut'aoViI111on) most terrible experience of suspchsefnl! suffering
And friends err round mo (rue and, (Id.,1.Thc her lap.;, of the place.. ) "il'lr have the complaisance to come to the reached the Bark IhJ in three
)' have their place ; hut her's to-day\; .What Is empty ns the day she died, air I Is full of spring 1"1to."a I have to, the door of I the Ilal'I'r'1 dressing- telling 1.r of I : ', and went from Sioux City and they ought to have
1'1'1'1' walking 1 longdistance. rOllilllll1'nlt',1, to take\ her home. to her l'r"::!< the messenger, 10le it in about hvent)'-fur days: but they
How would I spring) with bated breath Alone) Miss de, Forest?" rllf1 hij1 tip in IUI' of the old houses! 111' a a few white! !tll1111 went over 1,100 miles out of thruway. Theypassed
And joy too' I deep for word i or sign' .Yes, why not? I much prefer walking frowIH.III"1, }by the orl u I II. The exer 1 boy thrust in his hand, in the mar the JUnk Hills once on the northand
To take liiy; darling: ) home from death 11101'] unless I haven very agreeable compnnioii applan II' the crowd had ket. .;\; went several hundredniilesto t the !northwest
And once iigiin to cull her mine.I and yon kIO11' I not I deinoielle !- heightened, her I beauty' and made her absolutely They showed. him Into 1 ward where women before; they discovered, Ill'lr mistake.;

I dare nut dream the blissful, dream, fnuienlsetfi he houndtyfr, \ (111..Wlt.''.... dazzling in her radiant I health I I and lay ill Ilt'II"I1."III! in all its Itoll, Then coming buck they get among
It fills )11IWllrl with wild, unrest WI.rt these! two people', talking the, smallest youth. Arthur looking upon her in: she lat sled I in I : I\ar 111' HII" where the the fot-huills and lost their way wa11trlg
; of niall talk, the two that the1IIIII.t'r"rt over her drinkingtlie red wine mixing around time before they\
Where yonder cold, white marbles: gleam, !parted supper spring sunlight 1In'alll',1 over her, he fuudslugustiuestill ro a long; :
1'lilllllll-t with the look in 1111 ineelin.-j:! her salad with the hearty iilitimlini of the In\.I\ with the loveliness opening into the Hills. It was on the 23d a1'
slumber She
eyes : 11'II'c'l 1-,'J'IoI: .\ shadow '\peasant nature she had Im''lglt from the approaching :lirillo.l.; but no longer the September when they Idt Sioux City, nulloil
/Hut this I know that those who say had come shadow': .of a Pyrenees, felt strangely pathos of the joyous goddess: Ilorl I IIg ; only I pale" the 21th of HeCl'llJr. the day l beforeChristmas
Our best beloved, would! find no place, \\'oIU1 with 1'I"iII, 'I'1 and I I tlll''lkc a stern neccs. first
< Rive never hungered,I. every clay, pictured ge"ltl' :. Thl'f' was I III"II'It1I creature, this! type of the \\'orlI"ollh, ('le Ic.1 hills It was cxcllvl1',1,1 The
oil silence. ,\ In the tree and morning under the ir "I knew would I I always they did stockadeof
Th rUII"th't',1. r.11111,1, yours! for one clear face..SViw sang O\'I'I'hl'111. I yon ('Oll'-\'OU \\\t' thing WI"
-. I'miifincn" AYil.rtlrr.. 11':1 whirled down into the Irlllllll'll- thegre.it II'i"lal: death-cart. Tit. chimes J'"t' I wanted, to sec you hl'lilf' I logs, with Itart-hohes: to defend' themselves:
the drops': Irl'kll..1 n'.11 the gll'I'1 beard, of the 1'10111 11111' struck the I"I' quarters died: I \, you Whl'l I left ;you, mOi,,,i.I i. against the )Indians in ease of 111.utck..
of the water JI"I soil IWt'l'1 little voices.! all his: would. have died for you ; but your love That stockade ItII', to-\I fl'II'el in as 111
inin 1111-.t 1.. ."'111 01 1"11' and see 11pi.. ,after life he found I guitar, his Wil not for 111'-1 "h.t-a paid, tfancer. I historic structure ,\ to record for a

i A young lady was sauntering: along the turf, \'tllrojlllllI', ? hand Instinctively struck tie four IWI'I't. was wild with dissipation{ after I left thetjuartier. long time to come one of the rushest, I.rl"t j
juai, )by I the .vidooftho( I Seine. pausing at : will go' with III" small notes, and before; him \'Isiol of I tried hard, to klly"df! ; and I and most perilous undertakings known.To .
verv one of the shelves ,,1'111,1, hooks: that YOl klllIhlt I cannot, go to your studio I woman enveloped' in flouting fair hair, have /11'1"11,1, With IIIrt t of illness this l1a'lIlll brings: his \palm 11'IWI on ,
lined\ the p8rabetyt11111) now-nndtbennkh\ I igt 11,11.. with white robes loose' about her shoulders, I I.llle and poverty. The day his klllc 11 1:111 and looks back )
the price of Mime moth-eaten haltered vol- There was I distant hiiiuhty ring in hervok'tlatt.lrlharltunun and large I' 'I'" just touched, with slumber I I was: brought here I had\ gone to sec your ,the expedition, in sheer wonder
nine from. the eitially'| nwth-rutcu mid butleriil had uvcrheard, like the great morning !star. : pictunand I fell down l.liJt it." "There 11'\11 has been such a foolhardything
; t I proprietor, meditating over his: pipe before., Miss I do Forest visited! hl:4llH.: the fol I He I had, ]laid, the within reach heard of, read: of or thought of since" :
\isnkrtheinlddiiigtrecs. She \va-" \'CrPI'ct. I 1111 going home"" she said, rising. 'I I Iam low'iuugday. 1 lor eyes were \ ) suuldark of her thin fingers! ; she took Ihl'l up and the history, of the world began: as: this: he 1
lily and very dulntly dressed: hut her: face threullurs'tvalked too far. \il you !halowllaYI.III""t them She too had caressed I the fleshy] 11'1 vt's. says "Against the United:! States Government I
told carriage. : showed so much quiet resolution not come in lids evening?" ,111"11' : strike tl hour. "They ml'likc'tlC I used to gather in against the Indians against all Invalid I
\ and !5elf-rcllarae that the boldest) idler, '11151111, ; I inn !sorry hut I have: made A strange I r.lt'llallol led her to to see my dll1.lh",1111 litl'iae among the order and public sentiment and everything
nf the HnulovnrcN would, have: Lean deterreilfrom an engagement whic.f I i'III scarcely' break. t tlie litllrl.II'le, 1 that hal done her so much 11I1111Iulll!" t 11.. 111.1 11\1'1' come to they went into this dangerous 1'0\1'
t I t s nimoyiiu lute, even in cynical Purls, ,\hl! of Iarlll. .h"1!she saw the \/lllrUol./ : buoyant Paris. P.ut Ihl'l I should never have met try, cutting; themselves off from all communication -
mid on the \'r--t"ulIIIIr\, of 1 the I.ntinuartor. .:[I\ I take ) all 1'1"r' ,door? The shape, with l'IUlltl.tllllilll'/ Illill,1I you.! She is bl'autllllll good, your with the world as completely n-
<} Stir wus: deep in' a quaint little streets: are full of .stiideiits'and. all kinds, of I by, the floating; long 1111 WIl', but 1111' 'anlot lo\c \01 I Ylll I dhl though they fiad never; existed. It was one
t copy] of I.u Hrnvere( ," 11"lIl'IIXI: ( )' ycursold, people.,, curing among the clouds., the lovely ', seii- *! I IUI better., Perhaps; I may In' of the most desperate' missions ever under
1 whk'h was offered\ u half Ira lit', when "she .TIIII- I have no fear. I 1,1., not think shoije l'leonl'II- 1 to the evanescence and] my hair has been changed-you used t t 1 taken. Nobody but wild. men woulhln'
heard u l lr' hurst of l light) laughter nut far from any one + trouble 11... .ll'wlll' 1I a dream, she knew that she once, ki"l it now, only IIII'1ICllot thought of it. "doing right into .
\ \ that in the to rival with Ihi.'oll.11'r.. cure-shit' j'or the Sioux nation, into they. knew
her ear, so' strangely mingled of sweetness! Sitting evening huller'ring (l'ouJlll'\'I'r hope' 11:1,1111 year, u"l I country
f i : and u. kind of haunting;; mockery that she twilight, among the (lowers of the l balcony l t'I'I'aluf': She congratulated art J ""H'II I have1 \ : f above the with urtia thesneeessofhis work and of hand. Indians themselves held as almost t ,
,, involuntarily: \ rul I'llllt'r eyes. hllf Itl'd. a boy- mi a cordially on went your even
I is! Approaching, her Wt'I'I'IL young man foul, u stool at 1.1' 11, looking up in 1 "sort home with I briakitgheart.;; There was: 1 rustle of drapery in the Illhhl'lwl'I'1 sacred, -in the light' of present facts there
of adoration, of hair thatwas 11'heuair.[ ) that took his the hurls, like it known since the
I girl, pei haps two or three! year* older than at ) golden 11"11 evening 111.nl"toli \\11 nothing 1'\11' j
t herself, and in near the perfection of physical like I halo above her white gown, Amy way to 'IlU.I \1I rooms he found I her by 11'1 husband's !side in her black dress: and world, begun."
I hettutv" in. It was possible for a woman to de Forest asked her page If he had gone. :11 moved II\II\' that morning, her IWt'OUI IIltr""hI. with flowers! Even the members of the expedition themselves J
\ F Arthur I late. the said, with violets: ) and In her know not how they escaped universal
he, Missile Forest t acknowledged I to herself! seen hl'II'of roneiffije( taking everything al 1t'\"lrolI':4: ,pale: roses I !
; with a strange pung. She had a profusionf "No one sees Much of him loW. I lie's her. On the bare table at which she sat at hands. raised herself massacre. The Black 111l'rc: literally I
pale ehestnut hair, a skin of lilies: and! engaged, the fellows: stay, in :some sort of supper the night before he found I I note nddresstil .. \'uu II'rtllil' !" surrounded, by Iulalls lt tlll. First
I roses: largo liquid 11't':4.: perfectly: developedI \ frightful love all'iiir with a Spanish girl to hinisi>irt mid, written in that half .I WII01 wIl gave him to me,.said there were the tribe, under! hail :
I figure, and\ an undulating grace of motion who dances: at the Hullier. She posiil for Frl'llh. and Spanish idiom which IHIII'I'I'1, .Amy in the soft lo1,11: that the year'slove : Cloud; then the Hrnlc Sioux, under SpottedTail !
which did not belong to the ,streets: of Purls. the picture he has just finished. The ,fellowssay so effective coming I from her ful l red lips, uud I : had }brought into her voice. ; the Yanktonais\ under White Swan ; }
r She wus I perfectly! well dressed ; hut while ni awful clever Ihlll-M\\! to get in was no less: misspelt on ] YOI't.jealous of mo once, mud.uno," the ". Hrulcs under Medicine Hull ; the t
:Miss do l,or'-t. IIi her own toilet, din the Salon next year. He calls it the M.'od- .Mint' \mi\ : \ our'picture is fmlsbcd. You said til dulsi'r.uu; have no need to fear Cheyenne:*, under Hunnlngntdopl'i and'! f'
f {( I: the happy' medium "1.tWl'I'/iC and dignity\ \ doss of Morning.' have no further need of me. I am tired) of tlti\\'.. the'Standing: Io'k: I of ,
i characteristic of low tltuutwlle tin, f'ill"lIf Yes, that Will tl name name he had toldher. I I the (Juurtier, t the artists, t the dancing, the had'1 .Amy' laid the IIO\\'I'J II her hand. You which belong to the great Sioux nation and t
t ,') atomic of whatever nationality, the girl who So it \\11 rind she had met \'I."I'r. cooking. Ihavo moved 1 across the Seine into wlli.t \\11all11 yon wll'u\'e l l Paris may be said to form I cordon around tl
: I 1: Ili t dlh'til' confronted I her with l an i imperil-l i day\ -a paid dancer u "student's ball I higher spheretwat ('/f. Do lot try to follow in tIl country thl \ ." hack Hills. In addition to these there WI .
1 i I neat glance hud more of the quality| of ('/, '" certainly)', Arthur Duncan's artistic instinctswere : me; it would( be useless. I Illn not care ".\111;'; the tluw'crs-ycs, in my ownvnuutrvus Sitting Hull, the most warlike of them all, I
.' I than was strictly desirable. "She i is: not u not at fault, fur the girl was an ideal a sou for you. I have deceived you I thousand in the mountains: where the on the north with his ntixedtribecolgtoseulof .
t I lady," thought Miss del-West: ; "agrlsctte, incarnatu of morning I I dew and rosy' cloud times: us you have) that ""I'rl filrdenl'iscll'w'lint lilies jj..w in the streams. Oh, \11-1 I ,hl\\ Indians, from all the other tribes. How
/ prumhluIIII) the jealous: 1'1I1IJ.t deepened, and vuHlruurtutlight] It I111'j pleasure )yesterday. 1 lkl'l01 go her eyes gr'W bright"her face r. the Collins expedition escaped! 11'lIt'ru !I"
f.ir the (man accompanying' this. girl-tho despite her humiliation, 1"1111' the Illhl'1'1'' your said, No; 1)1t diant, for llI' instant she was again the Au one of those strange problems which nobody
1 man' who raised: his hut without looking at truth and poetry of his (' t l 1 II"t; 4 1 saw jfWr.11'lt 1)1) Hullier. Under' rr of thtlt uarthcr. I"ld.ll'nlshe cried 1 : can solve.Meantime. I
f her while a ft(ilt color overspread! his: bundhiime !. "You huvenevrr been to the Uullier{ ofcourse. 1",1'11 the great h'llI In her eyes. She "I 1 11 choking Some wllh'r 1! My ll. Collins and the people of Sioux I
j flltllrl'"I\nt! elear skin-was the man Miss de Forest. I Itat I great many' 1"\1'1 you mi; niniijo., I CMII read/ faces. Marry cine and the life trl'll rose to her City were suffering untold suspense as the f
: of all others! l to Amy do ForestShu had .\lerh11 girls dogil-nailer n'i., of course, her, I'lakl' her hall)'. You will never do Arthur Illt'll (caught her in his arms months went by and no word came from the
r' 1.'I'l\rthllr) Ituneautfurtuuretitan a year, 1111 \ protected. I you, for I have 1111.1kll 1 the pour hued ThtfIL.t expedition. The ,'ourll'rl were expected hack
t had. watched the club and (low of his genius, "I confess I hlIlwIV1 wished to go. till'her |>ower over your ref four eu ytte je : \:l\t :Arthur He touched her in forty days at least, but when sixty days
t had encouraged him to new effort in his deMiondent 1's'e m> doubt, if I were a man, I should be avery wiVriilf.." hair ,lli his lips 'fl beautiful head, fell passed and no tidings came everybody began -
I hours, 11"lll'1 with hint the ,1.llltl'1IIIH.: { :. He read and reread the letter, folded it hack\ his Irl..., beautiful !houlh.1 to fear the worst.! { t pleasure: of his successes.: There had grownUp ." ', perhaps," said the and put it in his ]se'kctgnveohelast glance t that hud once shout'ovr the !('I rllt ll'l' puttered un 110" of II lie says
1 Ll'tWl'1 them u comradeship which .ni wise "Oll/a I at her feet ; .lust you would about the 1'001.I I the chimes, struck in tlC dunec-mousure a were clothed I he would not through again for all the
i i her side SIMMI get tired of it-It I Is so frkhlfll11 the quarter as from dream, !Inrl.t that scorched the white Ill'on herbreast \01'111
"' I 11.101 his rlp''II'IIIIIIII1lthli sulltle, otonous, 1'\1'1 in Plri: Hut I t4.! : Flrl."t and went down stairs into the night. He even as: Paris had thl]pure promised to follow t'closely!
) remark of preference that may mean nolle would go u ,lozl'l lt us would ti.rl a battalion blr"ll'lIIUIj the quay, looked down into white lily of her life. with two thousand: men," thllI"and'l I
(hug nr anything. And what in other men of escort: for you." that seemed to bear the hadn't I bit of doubt at the time but I could,
% 'I meant nothing uetnavlin.luthur 111111 to DIK-S this girl dance Ihl.t.tu-tsight ? burdens of weary hearts IIUWI to their restingplace ALL FOR GOLD.In ,10 it. lint I don't know how it was ; winter
1 mean everything, mi much MO Amy deForest I 1'cy ; t three times I and ilance* ; in the grit A great "starliung over l'II'on nn.11 couldn't get anybody to
.. Notre lambent I IMT'H! l'harll'l Collins, sanguine, eager Then
clever, sclfosscsscd| girl as .Il was, tll.III.Iilt DUII" RII teady.l'Isirlu go. ioveruuient; came down onme
Is her ? wus it little and impatient' worked night ul.1 day to get like thousand o' brick
hud come to tho absolute: predominance name ILa"lu tle \I-putr j \ u and began to
In hl'len'll Il'h.n, of her future life of h.lu tVfloe. These waifs of l 1'aris ne\er Amy, and waited for him the Hills ojien. He agitated the matter in issue orders at al 1 military ]IllsII and to send
have all stinstlous existence" his newspaper and in the press ti"tlhl out scouts to ,
this one ll "I should; like her" life closed. He he sent away but all 10 Indian reservation
had nut long together in the 1'lhrIuet III' That tf 111 was Ilprtlty You tire, we were notsupposed ;
of the wide whll.that looked ii|>on The lamp. were l hl..I. more url.11' wondered whether i wus love I he, had felt for.lugustineur All through the years he kept to )have any business thlf' and. tin
In and tho turned the of the it up. Then he went to Chicago Ill l attempted addition to being
t of the Luxembourg" while the 11111.1tpnllJ t'tIH'ntlol (I Arhur leluo".adlinltol in danger arrest by
Jllh'l1{ into I light through l the du-k ; 111I l Duncan's picture which those win h:1111'1'1 artistic tt'lltIII I ho went away" ho her hlll... it pronounced worthy of l.lln'I his 1Iri"g.and 11'1tl.re of Next he went to Washington mil tried to scaljteil{ by the, Indians.: ,
i to his lip in the Ilarkll'I" ald 'ull..lllr his art. do Forest," said Irllt. tiny his soul hail the divine im- interest the Secretary of the Interior in the At length, after five months had paC1 i I
better angel Kainsford.' "MKsde Forest has f u. cut ideelto impulse of ereuthau--she was: his picture, his. matl'r. and did finally obtain a letter from and no word came from the twenty-eight

C The girl hit her lips and opened the IM me nn overwhelming di ireto:ee the hal life, hlsdf.11 yet it was always ofAmy Secretary Delano expressing, the olilli.)11 souls who were supped: to hI buried somewhere
at the while he worked, that tUopl'nilJ.t of the Hills lilht f in the Black Hills Collins
nyiin: -the hi I'rII'uhhr draught: Uull..r. 'nl't't'l rtitht'r :.1 thought \ went to
i .lr'I'1 wlt'l ct cynicism "' I U come No one will recognize you always her "011 that sounded in his cur, jt'I'nll htlrt lt IU I'ountr pro\'illi they t\1 noted I fruntiersMenOwen bv name, and +
( ulolllr under and ; spurring him to honor and Hepavsed lut )t.\.ary to the c lfnrt UII happiness offered them thousand I I
tonic and kept hack the I"I The your \'il tl1 are eight strongmen on success. a doHal if they
/ We all her house and of white of the 111.liall This letter he u''t1I would and )
live of her men frkndsoutside her nu'ithvr' I'III\ ) are going. saw a gleam go bring some tidings of the ex
,'. :drawing-room did I not ot her, >lio Think of altthcgood .\llrlll titlk-clergy. in the moonlight among the tlo\H'r of her I 1111'h"t' which he got out on the I "edition They), 0'1'1'1,1'1. and in twelve 1
thought ; Lit it was hard t'II'I'rl. with men and tlt'II'OI"-whl go to to the 1.I"ilt" balcony. He wtu"I't) in and tell her all black ) for the purH| 'se of in hours were on thllr way. This was in Feb.
hU talk of aspiration towunls. an i ideal, and and certainly this i is no wor>e." Ho found Ilr sitting on a low chair unclog t'lIIilltioll. without ltt'.t.Tilt' ntor!'. They had gone several hundred
the elevation of art uhl11I.I realism, Mrs. Fo"ni demurred I little, hut finallyconsented. among the 101lt'1111 hliutr"11 and earlyrosis. passed on till 1S75, and still the miles of the distance when !suddenly they
I should thin his inspiration :'lllf a She had |>oculiar theories of They talked upon luhj''h Black Hills Wl'rl as much a mntln'a:ever.Collins were confronted) by two us queer-looking
.rl"t'II'1.1 yet .he could not blame him: t'thluthll which hud itcihuksgit| Amy the 1'fHI.IIIrl' remote from the one nlut had tried (every I t'aUI in !goner tJo''larl1 as ever guided a puny over the
wa' .>autiful-like a whil. rounded truthful healthy outlook\ upon life which their hcrh.t length Arthur said, "I I hi &ctI an vxj edition, but nol>ody ('oult plains. )' were covered with hair from
water-lily with,dewy I 1'tl.{ ll'rhap.if.he. she possessed in U remarkable degree for MI heard you \vereal the Hullier last evening i be of siitticient It'n.e to unJ'r\kt head to foot and looked more like wild ani ,
Ill'ndf. Wt'rl u man ht l1.1 the fining a woman. If she 11.1Ul...' of theIlhlsitins Jliss lIe Forot. At length good luck mill on gutIt'ltllr mals than men. Tht two strange-looking
l> abruptly and paid the old l .*(< : that dwarf the Ul'ltal'biul of "Yl'> Mr. ILihisford |ersuudetl mama to a l IttIf t twenty-six men in ioux objects were not long, however, iu making
fur' II, ;\.I lieu tnnusl 1 up a long avenue 101' romantic girls, she had pure and generous go. 1 was eager to sl'e the original of your ( ,, sanguine like himself, agreed to I H'itch'er
I that leads |Putt. the l'lltllul to the gardensof instincts, unbiased bv fear or lrl'jl. I picture. She I is t'l'rwillH r)' beautiful. It run the gauntlet of army jnists and Indian I Gordol returning froU the
the l.uxem'.Knirg! She liked thi-M- gur- dice What ,'urruptllil ruuid tht'f' I urns the sale pers-on 1 MW you with yesterday scalping-knivcs and ixnictrute the Black I mark Hills to make known the 1lfe arrival\
,lei< Illrr than the stately alloys of the Tuilerie lawtlt' studi-nu' ball for .girl who hud morning think." Hills. On the :: td l ot 'lttlor. lri5, the of the expedition They have been de
:*. 'h was more of the;old flavor of weighed the prvblcms" of life in her own "Yes; she hat left the) Juarticr and g.'nen Collins cxhedition..tarterl: : City.In i'rib.as the most dilapidated-lookin- cou-
'ILL Paris ubuthero In-loro the l''ulhllm-: mind and found the l balance in favor of law >i ull knows whither. Shi--Amy; will "titJI to the twenty'-six men there wits 1,1t e'crli seen Their original nariwnts .
piro-the Park of Do 51u set um1 i llal/ac. and order will you put un end to all say tlouLtl alt one : and a hay, lose wife and son of were all gone, and instead they were
She liked the threadUiro tudeiit with thlr It t was I noisy and moll'tt't'le theyc11etiuntrnrlgtidy faltering. Will you let me tell you D. Tliellt. one of the par',who had refused dressed in ,ll'"kll pantaloons, bearskin
lKHks, the knot IIf scull,; girls, tt 11'11'- and \ Irnl I.: love you? \11'you be lYnfe a-s you to b left l'hll'l was to go with I foa1 and cope, Their shoes had
);lriilt.uuither.and 1 Url' \\ hilt the l'l i.ln'l ."e"ity-but with ".me artistic 'ilallin h\'t always .' my better angel tht'l alJ\t ? hundred miles,thl'l turn disappeared 81.11 being cold winter they
playing uHlmllh'I; the old Ids fibre, burn of the city and > ivple. 1 had landed, indeed, I had IHH-II told back and follow tht'l up with which\ cdi- I bad their'teet bundled up in skins of animals _
ro in the buttonhole of their ru.ty Guy liainsford felt the city and its II"'I.11 that you were very intuit in love with )your tion of al>out two thousand men, he all portions. their old garments: in 4
.lribbI"ctutt.The "hrllk as she clung to his arm. model. You l'1 carccly love two women thought he would have no difficulty in raise l'lhltiol they' braved the cold well
spring wind \vei>t down the ayeinu, "What i h the matter, )hiss de Forot t at ,1,," ing. There were nine wagons, m.tf'llrwnh enough.As .
Mt'iitett with U'I\HNI'1 (rout the market A re you afraid" .She has guile forever." by \ and loaded with provisions urH-- won u they !!il1 the party the four <;.
M. tfalpiee.. 1". \ Forest: wUIl"I"I,11 "No; only sorry--only I *.srry for thoe ".\ltll I am tit j>i* ,1 where the t.IUtal >tan.l., half I"M'r: i>e')ple. I don't think I have a taste ".\11 1 J'\'r loved her-it wan simply with 1 goodt-tock of arias and ammunition, on the Missouri lr gl.l.wlVere nfr.t wa U )
"dried, with the water shallow over the rck t'lr: dissipation, after al. Mr. 1III-f.I1": that l e ws.s tho ideal of 11'l tUI'and 1 and all l ) 'ury implement-.forchopi I '\>ing and Government telegraph station. Here ")1
\ wnri!; of it snail. lhl.'l"1wt. l'eanlthriht. "I thought the ai nfu w"ll"'lrt' the two'l' so at one in ) 1 11 that I digging As soon as tll'urriH' iu the I news of their arrival was )tl !'
: : ; telegraphed tl
,'its; th"lt tile Tritoiu al.ltUII' and you. If w'lllll general could! I .mh' t'lh Jot separate theist You yourself are Hills two of the l.rJ[ Wiu'hc and Siouxl.'ttrx Collins wo |,('111f Ilm"plf wit .
r w"III lire that enough to understand that. And 1 John ( I' < >i>atched -
ivy throning it" unut out the crviie thing of life they \ ..II sitarbi'ladmirutiou llI1I.H't' l ctl'I.Itnt wht'l be road that telegram
'of thclrihulpoa< unto 1\)0 mwleatlngca I for (1:111. whiih t'ul.l. had no means of knowing that )you loved back to > City to carry the news of Knowlg they)' would proceed to Yank-
I Iret3 .rhng u tN.h'r t\'rl"h1 outhetiiuYi' many If tht'11h., thl'r'i+ .\\'U"UIthl J..'. UII' .\u n.lillt herself revealed it to their safe arrival, and I,) this (induce a similar ton and thl'I. striking the" railroad; I take
|ilaV The voiee> of children t'll from I.hi | cing,; she i. tlITl'I'lt from (" lot" thl'l r'ulIllr ihor-eiiortion. : undertaking on the i part of many' more. I train fur i..ux. City, l'.lils. il ; )'
of the that heN 'df Meantime the military authorities heard with the Associated 1 "tllou
main avenue Miv. de Forest Miiteilhenelf I The (party t'I.1 way through the llln'r'luott \' : agent nt Sioux
nil the \.I lge of the I ado and looked l 1 crowd to \\i I "' feet of its edge. In I I, A year ]'ixs< into the shallow water yellow with the tl'a.1 the .{sate( fur the ttJuwr,t".l :>hapivtrirl { ) hung on the llt in the .UI he h1 tit .xl.htun.{ Cieneral 1 l'Otk. th"1 i i heat excitement for Yunkton to intercept
leavvw J ha its The n-rtertlon of her own with herfair dltll\hair roiled high oftener than hil wife knew, sauntered 'llautling th\ IVpartinent of Dakota I then The {party had got there ahead of
hl"1 liadow ulx and about her ; wondering if the SpanUh girl would nut with headquarters at t. l'ul. Minnesota hem, however, and
eutue I..k her framml( in the ve 1'r Il'u.l. t pcrtivt arusiand..huuklers : Witcher was found in -m
f.N h' hal ul.I adorned with the 11'.i of ib Idu. th\'I and 1'011, to look at sent orders to t ,1 LUp"'lbl. commanding'l his unique drew strutting around the
II! >Peep times when it*bright blue t"lu11"of the J K,>val, : M-arlvt I..lt' her own I"out She !had never been heard at Fort Hau.1I )1..tJri.to llln theI"uk"ut the llP'l.t lan In the \V't'rtenl Emhare; hotel
," ''fH'IIl1 ,Ul outline had Mvmeil to her and a hort .lr of )'dt.\ 'atin ,. of iu the Ouartier since .!*e Idi ,In I:1 and' prevent '' such cxeditu'ii the .f Kit (anon. il\ >
Iii Jill all the rvsiuirvuienu of oauty l but w hill black b 1'hl'1' a touch of jwint than one utter IWI been made -Ci Jodi'i starting. t 111.tII"'lllt three ('ollins anti the Asstrialld I'n'h man
Urkene I by ( leave amiwitu on her ta.ht'and un artiticUl depth "tVoloron I 'of Morning.: but Amy \\11 nut let it sir f.ur otkfh.1'1\1 iolx be on t.1 wink I! < and "it
now .
her chevk. rattUxt lead been from her U.l 1.1.kout Hut Collins knew their object wa the biggest Inh'r'if'thm.
of the fplendul > 1
lovely i
the uu-mi) .t'tut' TI.talt't "Ii \h'JIg.if tt they
s I:' lad just '4 ri>i Uli Ulbre her it M m\t as she curvtM tar arm ,t and amid aoVj-ted strategy lie had las wag' I had ever our hvld ,,i nlo\t'r\) .\kltit1.d.ttll'f


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Mopped all other dispatches and kept its: I[ latter i* doubtful The lights: has only been J. & T. KYDD Ff.OHW.\
lines clear for hours The interview oecii I I I observed occasionally, and most \ttrobablx JACKSONVILLE, Ft.v., March 10, t'1.!i ion
piiiI over four columns nod it was well Into I arose: fl'oll'llIlIe other cause-possibly: i \ fron and utter thi date Trains on this Road:
the night before they got through with it. I burning xvood Tor. Center and Second St"", .. riilXAr: "> l\.1 i' A)1t111.1.Are will run as follows!'! : '
mad 1 reliable citi/eii, who have lung; :
Next preparations acre < Perfectly
morning grunt to their stock of :Maple: null Fancy HAY I'ASSKXUKK:! ( ; F.XCF.PT( ; :: Srxim.Leave '
for the departuro, of the two heroes for Sioux 1 )been residents of thi: section assert: that 01 constantly' adding
I somcthint ... ......... .........
(City, the distance from Yankton being abouisixtyfive more than one IIl'I'\i'ioll-thl': last 11)1)1)1)! 1)1)1)1)OOOOO :-I II Jacksonville: : 1o'1.;\ 1.I 1.
mile" The engine hoys set Jt like fnurycarsmxu-itlnw: ;; .du11, umdcrgru'UmaErumlblingsunnlnpparcntlyprut'et'uliti \ ) lm1H: YY YY liCiliWI; ;( ; OliO OOO DDDDD\ :SSSSSSSOO ::: ::: : :i I, J.'nYl'lIallwin ...... ............... ...... !.i tio:: .x. si.(
work and decorated their locomotive; with :! fron 'I PPIIPH\ mm n 1'1' 1'1' ( itC;(IUt; ill 11111111(1 DDSS:: Leave IdikeCity( ..........................1L:-\t.F t. 't.\

all kind. of Indian relics: deer head*, toma the direction of the supposed, volcano aecompanied 1)11 Ill) Ul: Hn YY yy (;in till tin0 C'O OO HI HH II 11\\) SSSSSS: : : ::::: Leave Live Oak......... ......... ......... lti-M.\ to I
hawks bolvie-kntvcM aril arrows: in ndditiou by u :Might) tremor of the earth. I till) 1)1tlaUlll: : 1'1'1' ( ;ill OO OOOO ) SS Arrive at Savannah ......... ......... ... sl: {" e.i 'I i iIicsivc
HI) ) ill
F 'r to which \'ig111:110\ : head was: plmredover \ : has been beard.) One of them, while oil n 'i 1111 Ill) 1Ul HI: YY (ili; (lilill; ; III ) OO OO OO 1)1)1)1)1)\ \ :SSSSSSSOOO :::: ::: i :Savannah ...... .................... MM+ x. M
, the headlight of the engine, Collins. "deer bunt beyond Nexvport. heard\ the unae 1.1 I 01l1l01:1) \ : : Hn YY lilililliU( < ; ; i OOOOO 1111 nil( II \HHHD\ ) :SSSSSC'M ::::: :II 1.1'lLi'I' Oak;!' ......... .................. n.V i>. M I
who ,litll1othingifllot on a grand scale! telegraphed countable noVe while be wan waiting) :! shot 1 1)111)1)) m: ill: : YY t Ulitiliq; ( ( ; ; ICIII( Leave i Uiko City ..................m,......-!it't':<, l'. xt

on to the! people" 1 ...Sioux: City tin I"n the margin; of one of the many: pond- ('Iuthhl( IInto '. Hoots, Shorn. cue. Leave \Haldxvin ............................ i.O>% t>. MArrive
rim time the engine would arrive and asked: nil I found in that !section and simultaneously.' j'j'I 'I .| at Jacksonville!: ...........".... fti": > I'. vl.1.111..1x1) \

a'x' his friend to unite in getting up a big; inception. with it a perceptible, shiver ran user the surface ) I'.XPJM'.sS: :: : (Hvti.v.

.; The result was, when they curate I of the wall'r.t the same: instant, another -. I AT! XEYOHK UKTAIL I PRICKS. 1.t.I1\.I..TIII.kl'lInvilh........................ ft-SO::: r. xt
in the whole town down at the station. of the party who !vas watering; hi- DRY GOODS *
Leave 11'imit111)115(2............ ......... Gl: > r. M.
including\ the Town Coxniejl, the Tire I)epartment hor.se tit the :St.: 'Mark's River: heard tin --- -' .. .- Leave ll.ddxxin........ ......... ........... '';'.(") r. M.\
} and all other civic I todies which! noise also, and distinctly xixv a pcciilia: Leave Durhyville) ............... ........... 7:2r.: M.Leave .
I had made arrangement* to receive them quiver( ripple tlie xvholosurfaooof tbesiuootlstream. h _/:," Audits) I for; DKM) : .IN. Order: promptly\ intended\ to.fASANHOUX : Sanderson.......................... 8:07: r. M.

The locomotive came in i'lowlColli II" The !sky" wan lear at the time, ami) Leave Olustce......... ..................... S:43: 1'1

was! seated on top of it, supporting an immense there Were no atmospheric disturbances.. : ) & 1-1OYT( \ 1'waveIt.. Carrie............... ........... f't1': \: sr
off tn I
c tlmg-t'olc with a flag) streaming: t'ron 1'arties: living several mile "'lither( Arrive I-ikcCity............ .............. fl::iiml II'. M.
r it, while Witchcrand (1101'0101Wl'r(' vented, in the wet also heard\ the noise and 1 felt flue Leave LixcOak:........ .................. :2l.1rrl'l' "> \. M..
front of the cowcatcher, dressed up in all quivering of thegrou'nl underneath them :-EI'II( sTUKivr:; : NI-AI; CKXTIM:: : l:. .\ Tallahassee......... .............. 7 1\0.\> xi.
their raggedncs: :* I\!nd I Indian toggery, the big All aurce: that it xva impossible to determine Arrive .\lulll\.H\.f\! : .x. M.ArriveSavannah \.

"1j! l 1i' gcstnu'rliuthclandnttlint uunncnt..Ican-! accurately: from xvhcnecthcoundpr fmt t- wllol.is11.1.1\n: : : tsirrxii.aiocEus : : :: \ ...... ......... ......... .. fI:41'1): t \. MIAiive .
? '{ \ time, before Witcher( and ( iordoii had arrived cceded. Other like instance* an'ill't!, Ssivannah .................. .t...... .}:':\" I'1..

"r t at :SiouCity: disturbance began between a* 1111 example: this. is, siitlicieut.described.The country ; SHIP I CHANDLERS I ) ) 1.l'lIvIhany ............ ......... ........ 4.0O: I'. M
N the military and the Imtianuregard- around has already hoiii s.tvein Leave\ Tullah.issce ...... ................. .",:4.: > I'. M.Leave .
t I ing! the party I of I whites in the lack Hill I j the most important i particular, :and thai Live Oak................. ......... :2:1-5'!: .\. M.Leave .
4 lied: Cloud Im.lotte,1\ Tail), whose brave'had !' in which it i i'* strikinglyanuMd11uuy: It hears beensubjected V.MI itr.xi.i.: : : ix UikoCitv ......... ......... ........ 8SO:: A. M

ll' f followed the trail of the little band anti unmistakable evidciiejc disturbance* of having thl'I'-\ '" ",__'" .._.,____ _..____.1! _____ 11__'" l.emite.It.: (..UI'I'.1:1\ : .\. M.UttVeOiiistco I.I. I.
found the location of their stockade' bill to volcanic: or ...... ........................ 4:11): ) A. MLeave .
iVK'. !
ItKK'K I.JMI iJ: | I
!Hen OATS [ |
force. <'O ::\:
i were afraid to authorities attack it, began their to removal.demand: '\ AI of and tion there 01'"lillii'in other the IlIibt..f upheaving a marsh 1 II'ill', of; ''id ii j I J 1., J J j l. j J :Sanderson: ......................... V.i': }* A..t.

, 'I the military L" alone evidently Leave\ Darbyvillo): ......... ...... ........... :3.V: > .\. MLeave .
\ I length HI'lIl'ralhl'l'i,1.1Il:: ordered a eompanx/ rock will seen standin: from; bel-txv. Tlll'1': -- \ r.ald-x ............ .,............... 11-10(?: ;\. M.
:" of cavalry into the Mills with ambulanctwagons \ having; been forced up origin bile Irvine White Ilou e..................... 7:0If.: : ; .
and coining; upon the stockade thox rock are frequently of igneous; ; xx ............... ...... 7:50: : .\. :si.On .
.demanded: its: surrender.\ The occupants, it i i.* a well known\ fact: that the only rock A LAHSK:( : :STOCK: ( OF\ FrUNirriM': : : ALWAYS:; o.X HANI. Arrive Ja I konville

who had been now then-fur eight; months: found uniler' normal condition i11!! this :State: ::-lI-l! r Mail and K\i: : "ress Train Sleeping! (Cars

and: I were almost out( of }provision, held iconnltation and: the 11111 ('1' portion all tltt' (!iltlt' State: *,, run t through, to and\ from Jacksonville and
and finally complied.. \ They i i" common limestone I most frequently' of' Savannah\ ; also, Luca\ Sleeping\ : Cars run
., had not had a chance to hunt for !gold, oil coral reef formation ; especially i i'l it so inthi AELING-TON NUBSIE flIES. through to and from Jsiek.son.vill1. nml Till-
account of the snow nnlculllvcathcranl<1 *. In other place. : bordering the \\alll\,1: \ :, la ha":
y) the risks they I'.m. if they left the stockade: these rocks will jut up in all ,direction. Motile --- "FKRXAND1NA HXl't:1.(0.11.: ::: ( .\'.)

\ from attack I by the Indians.. ". They were all of them forming huge; )boulder) that :stain: Leave: Jacksonville..... .................11:13.1. }t.
. taken to the nearest: military' } :* and from far above the surrounding surface. Not un- 'I'UOI'I\I.: natal sii.ni.TitoricAi.: I'Itt'i'I''I'IlL ES.: : IUSIS.II1'II: : ). Arrive I'.aldxvin\ ........................ .I--::: ) I'. M.
ry there sent to (Cheyenne, the nearest railroad frequently' largo) tree are found groxviii}! Arrive IVrmmdimi'! ........... ............ :"-lo iM..
;.'1' \ieautiulethegnvernmcattclegraphe' } upon thenlnr tll\'lIrl'I'\'rl.l u with a smallergroxvth. iI'SnnI ES'IIZC'lilES; : : : SRI 111'USand I'Ii119'Ilil1'I.t'I'S.NI:11' : Leave: 1-Vmandina....... ...... ............K'.W.v.;:; M.. '

; having spread\ the news: to the country oftheir In some instance* they remain Leave llaldwin. .............. ...... ........ 1:20:: I'. M. "
arrival the tlv'hing\ (Collin; :tin entire' while in other they have: been Sometimes ::shattered ---- Arrive Jacksonville) : ..................... .:::'air. a.rasseiigcr ,
I moment he heard of it, I immn'n4clyr'licted I into thousands of fragment!: for Fernandinsi: :and (Vdar Key .
t \,"stl'llltftll ('hetcnnciauul/ them there are corresj ton ding depression.near : .\'ill: (CiOWIJlE'1'IE! (' : : ; Muddedlrauitc''T'ecv I.tllI'E'I.LTY.: :: ( take dims train. Xo train from Haldxxin to
1 I there paid; all their hilim and 1 took them at hand: equally hard to account f-u :
'I I home. Thn( ended the first expedition} tithe ) and adding; to I the complexity of the puzzle ---- ( Vdar'OSSIX1'IOSt--\t Key on :Sunday.Raldwin! with A. (I1 J. itW.
1 I Black lIi1l"-/d'f/fldJ"If Till/f., Many[ of( these depressions linI'lhl'lIpl'car:1111":01' : iaiuesvilk'unit
I for I.T. )Il, K., for Cedar Key, ( : !
out -
hav hl'I'IIIII.t some
ing) purpose ;:71'' :-:1'1\11: for 1 Descriptive I I 'at miii'gilt'. Fcrnandina<<1 nil point North nmlWest
but have the temerity to :altssbyw'hollt :
Tilt; FLOllW.l VOLC.lLving \<). or for what. Such 1'lIekOII'l' found in i.ttcuT: I. RIIISS'Eiinl : ; nt Lake City for TallahKfee! : Alban.v ,

I !\ about thirty miles to the southeast more or less: :; abundance all the way to the if .lACKSONYILl.i( :: :, FI..V. Savannah, and all point Nut t Ii Hllt't'!>t ,
i of. :St.: )Iark':!, Florida, it i a large tract of loxv coast: : t, running in a southerly direction, mull at Jacksonville xvitli. :St. Johns River Steamer -

." xvet unexplored eouutry, comprehending sisomexvhat even far out into the water. Quantities IIf ii. I';. nO'I"I'IIUn.: : : : A itEoTiiiie.Second : : .I. S. McKLKOY: : tw..i,1).tvrus''N .
notable section knoxvn as"uii(! galena and, other lead ores are to be IIIl.twith. S'l'Iua-'I'\ : MasterTransp'n.Superintendent. :
ij :-:walllThi\ :! sxv.imp) is'i:, situated in the and some of the quartwhich hagone :-! :: :Street: opposite rot-lllci) \ 1 t.

lower portion) of Jeu"cron county, bordering. ; through; the hand ...t' the asayjst: ,, "17KRXAXDIXA, FLORIDA: ) .....,, 1 I'KXS'ACOLA'
.< ::: "ACKSOXVILLK: ; :
on, and perhap, including a !small portion shoxv t traces of silver. Other)t t'\leklIrl' rich : ., ,
--N" ., fJ1ltil.lIL1ILUO.t1)() : .
and extends down to the salt these
ClfTllvlor. xvator.
About two years
in petroleum. : ago;; !,.:.\t.lm IXI I Ii ,
; As before stated it cover a very larger fact created, excitement and\ awakened, interest i n. mJ. M.VSTKIl: TltVNSIHiItTVTIOX'K OKMrK, ,[

; area iiiisxtrveyctl, unexplored land. It I i i- sullicient induce several intelligent Fiuc I'ttntil3' (* roecric>> 1!"i tly T.t.t.1t1''F.t. :, Fi.v., Februarys;, IH.sO. >
very ditllcult alike approach: and penetration citi/.ens: of Tallahassee to enter a l portion ol' Ii Oil and utter Monday, February) 2, 1 :Hpassenger
from several causes.! First a !grcatciportion the land in that region and they are still in AMIPROVISION'S. trains. : of it i 1'1 frequently covered, with xva- possession of it, but have made: no lurtheiexperiments vi/ :
ter, and in many places the ground I"5 exceedingly : for want of capital. On some Nu.'I G4l i
1'ASSI\(111'1111\-1.1ST::: : : : : IJOUXD.Leave : .
boggy and is grown over with m the of the land entered have been seen T"i
; I .... 2Wr.
t .. f (limit tahmurhee..4htlly at )1.
]; rank succulent, marsh and weedpceuliarto di.luthtimccs--within
: of recent
indications !
this latitude and grasses) climate, thus affording the two 'l'hrceorf olrycmrssim'c: ,, ".. Leave (Juincy.................... h ...... ::1 t 22 I'. iiI.cave'I'ullitlutMce i.
to bout past years. .............. ...... (Ii;iiHjM.( ) .
man mid n animal very uncertrin, and rendering t footing .
i obstacles and progrl'attended region, came upon a ,foil that Leave ireenville............... ...... 8 3S r.Leave !I.I I.
impeded by numerous which perceptible scum { ,
1 and tedioii-, on was si their handxx (5OODS j : asXOTIIIXii I Madison[ ......... ......... ...... 'jyir.it:
by IUlrlt"hlp'low xvould adhere to and :
and many free from grease Leave Live Oak..... ........... ...... J 11 A. M.ArriveSavannah .
not altogether lanccr..ingtul: hen dipped into it. While, as before stated
most of the immediately around it / ) that the : ............... ....., t/(1)' .\. u.AiTivgTliomasvlllc .
country it i i'l probable! phenomenon
hardly ) !! ( 1UT! THK: )FlXKST'ltRAXDare :: ; : :- "
is of like character "being the low, /Hat 01'1'11pille of the 1I'i'tl'rillull'lIhlllll' IIfr smoke. i i'4 ........... ... .I 15 j M .\. )1.rrl'u .
region usually: met with on our coasts: produced by a lIIlJllhI1'rill'olllIl1ot though) :S-TOVKS, UKATKItS; : : :, CAXOKHS: / : :: .\ Albany.................. ......l'') -',"> A. M.Ajrlvclsikct'ity .
1 checkered various s mreadingshalluwaaIfintersecting I : volcanoes in low countries ................ ...... 3 3.'i .\. MArrive
by such ,,
t streams and lagoons, the coursesof and even in the 1':1.: are knoxvn yi-t, with .. kept, III stock. TIN AMI snicirriitoxVAHI; : !: ; Raidwi ................. ...... U I; 25: .\. M
----- rl'c.Ju.kllIII.ille........... ...... 7'K.x.; ) M.
which are generallymarked bv the tangled / the above array offacts it would be scarcelyenmsistent F HOOFIXt! AXD I ( il'TTKHIXO: ( ,
growth of wet hammock jungles\ in addition to the thing a hoax O. S. OAK1X, Arrive Fernandimi........... ...... 3-iOf. M
to the rushes, weeds, vines and grasses: throughout. pronounce d'Cl'MIIKUVOOD I'L'MP, )Kn: ArriveJaim-sville, ............ ...... :fll'l r. mm.y .

above referred to. The region, as might nat- Along the! courses of the St. )Iark' and / 10XTRA r. u.

orally be expected of such, is nltClg.tller111' Kost Rivers and through: the intervening u (call and compart* our prices\ with th."o..1. I'ASSKXUKR.; ) TH.IWEST F.Ol'XD.LcUvu ; ).
inhaoitcd, save bv the lIati\'e.h'III of the country white sulphur springs abound VXfFAlTl'IUS: other lion*!*, here or elsi'xv: here.ji Jacksmlille..tluily lit..... .5;)4) r. M.
deep wood: and, lias been I'lIl'roI'IIl'.111"'" many: of them remarkably large and bold. Lento Fcrnandina ............ ,....10 ;80!t A. u,
by no other advance guards of civilizationthan The water from one on this side of the St.Mark's : )roTI.lH) (URACKKTS:; : SAWKD) ANI it. .11. iil':\ >iitso.v: 'aved'silnesvillc; ......... ..... ...... I 0Ki\( u.
the hunter, his horn, and his:! hound i N utilize for milling pu rito.se: *. Another TURNKI( ) llALl'STKirs. XKWKUS:. Leave "'IIar Key ............. ...... 4 :)11.\. M.LMIIIU .
It I is the stronghold of the stag, the retreat of rising in the) same river forces its volume STAIR RAIIX WOOD) KTWOIl:4. \\ ,*::;- r AXTFAtTt UIXO j AM. FfUXlSlIKMFIFTH I O : Ualihxin ......... ........ ...... 7 (M) I'. M.IASIVC .
the black bear and the cougar, while) smaller of water through several feet of that of ; : SIIKATHINU C:, 1 Ijikc City ............... 4> ...... IJ10 r. u.IAUVC .
game of every kind nlxiuml) and there find the river :\IlIllh'e or six Inches above the WKATIIKRI50ARDIXdAXii /Savanniih ......... ...... ...... 4 :SO 1'. M.
place: to multiply, nnstartled by the report surface of it, when it can hedippcd up) pure FLOOR- I1NIIER'I'AKER: Ix-ave Live Oak........ ........ ...... 2 1.5.1. :>W.
ot firearms. lint this:! is not what chiefly Fine chalybeate' springs) arc also frequently IN(1. I.cnvie.hltiiu10l ................. ...... S Al A. M.
lends it notoriety. Connected with it, for met with, but sulphur I is the prevmmitingrunt. ST., FKHXAXDIXA{ VI..AMKTALLK IA-SIVO (;ireenville.......... ...... 43l: A. a.
fifty or more years back, has been what still ity of the water.' Another fad worthy of Stair and ('laurc'" U'orlt Leave Monliccllo I .............. ...... 3 (M) .x. u, I

remains unsolved mystery, "the Florida note is that these springs increase: in number A Sl'KCIALTY.: Arrive Tallahassee........... ...... 7.00 A.M.lAaveTallahnsse .
Volcano." That is in reality \' thereis as the region, above treated of i Is neared.: ............... .... M :50 A.M.

little probability ; but that it i is something Taking all this into consideration indirect DOORS AND WIXDOW FIIAM1SOF: Ix-avc (lllillc.).................... ...,..10) OS A. lot,
far out of the ('ntcgofof the ordinary-nat- connection with the facts previously' forth1and SI/F.H K Arrive (Jhattahoochce........ tl ......I.110.Jot.:; ,
ural phenomena this country, IInal'i'ollllt. the one that the region ha'been and ALL COXXKC'i'lOXS.AtLive ; .
ed for and is fact of lung latent) volcanic" intlu- I'ti;t (tike Box 111
unexplained, u may now be subject to Oak with the Savannah
[. standing. Though it is frequently mentioned dices, and is it hard to imagine that the JOInt l Fernandlna, Fla Florida and Western dally Rallxvay: to and from,
It --- ----- --
t;, in a casual way, sometimes\ otherwise mysterious smoke, so long the wonder of all
all Kutcrn: anal
Savannah and I
.\lHU:14: .t: "UII\U.: : lrtlt.r
in the public print, a majority of people beholders: : i h merely the condensing gases: I'itUn.
no doubt, look upon it and pa over it and vapor: arising from ono or a series of Wl'h'r
with the Florida Central
At I Lake
as nothing more than a hoax xvhieli is not thermal i'ulphurs''rings' and perhaps embracing : ; AXD coxFi-x-noxKits: :: ( City daily;
]BAKEl ); CASKS. WOODKX( : rOFFlXSWJIITK Railroad to and from Jacksonville, ft.
to be I xvondcrcd at, since it has almost invariably others of ditl'ercnt or neutral qualities .
I I so been treated of by writer on the of water? .\ careful survey of the surroundings 1'11"11'R: ANIeAm'iKl't', ; :$, .Augustine\ 1'alatku, Enterprise: and Landings .
Johns River.
!>subject and several readable rrtrant'imnziu and connected with on the St.
very everything
.:' based upon) it have first and list: found the phenomenon, from. firsttolast, certainly C>ro<- *rlt'Nv.. CfKiirN/. told Tobacco*' : Miri'AL; AXD SILVKH: .; 1'LATKD; At llaldxvin daily with the Atlantic: .fromFcrnandina (lnlt;
and West llufa'I'rallsit to and
,r their why before the public. The entire disregard makes (tlmi't one of the most plausible deductions TIIMM1NHroXSTAXTLY{ ( / llailu'uy and
of the simple) ) yet somewhat!! remarkable to be made without an absolute investigation TOYS AXD FANCY AHT1CLIXWeddings ( with laIJ'\'il', Cedar Key, and
fact in the case, and the substitution of into the hidden, originatingcause. .Jt"- ; OX 1I.\ !H'rf; tl'II'J 1)1) Key'lt
the most glaring inconsistencies: in their .
1' }stead merely for the bake of lending a Several ill-planned and ineffectual efforts Kntcrtaiiiiiiciits, and l I'i4'III'M, At lhatall.udlt threw! flumes weekly vvjtU

4) twang; of sensational interest to the article to penetrate to the depths of the swamp) and furnished l at the shortest) notice, ut rM-k-l't- ItiHliiti wu.shitl and drcs.si-d and preserved time 1'1.)111 Iltll''lItral Line Itoats .

has: had the effect rather to divert from than discover the Mi-ret have been made, but all 1 tom price, at until burial, with i or without the outuf1)r. amt l '. urn bus other, flfIUhl.: River I.'or Cuing,
attract public attention to that which as'nesti6ationtaliyy 1 I" yet shrouded 1 in ihefiest mystery. AMJKL'H: IJAKKKY: Remains exhumed l an.IIIn't'lllll cases for Apulachicola, and! J.nlllg.
t, .. \'.' ll merits ', we shall Though in the mid-it of bitch si swamp as 1 IViitrt* I"t rl.t.t.ZJ removal.Telegraithic. rKlegant f Ilt'l'l.il}, and ('
probably see further, as an uncmbcllishcd the one pictured what xvould )bo the value Opl old P. O. ISuilding. orders promptly nttendul to. 11 011'111 and 1.1'a. l'ut'ut,1ln daily I IK-
narration some of the facts concerning the -- -. -- -- 'falahu..r 1. of such a Keriu/of springs as ones imagined 37-3m:
strange anomaly, though less exciting than were they down I in "HUll II)' Florida?" .71r- T It 1'x'4f ---.- -- -- -_ --__ ; ."( lik tllt', 'IICdlll. i'erfwtmafety.
the un reasonable" fetories heretofore told, may A trite saying: and true, and one doubly
;. not be entirely wanting in interest applicable in the present case, in i thin:: !tf _Master Trnnf| ortattui>,

( Any calm clear day now, from a 1 boat out There is KOIIIP tire where there is to much : \v.IAII.IAN'JI'.tMOUFi '
\ U'. K.
on the bay, or from the tower of tile lighthouse finoke.! "-T. U. OLIVEB: in Xai-aitiuth Yw'mm. .. I.'UIXU'U" ,
: from other points of observation, not AHEXT,
to mention u mysterious volume nETL1t.I3LrreitIli .
SCIENCE VH. Covxo.v $r.XE'-1'rIif. Huxley WIOU\Lt .i
of smoke may be seen to ascend from hits the nail niton the head-and this i* a CARRIACiKS; AXD WA
just the inidnt described.apparently' At a distance of the of swamp from region twenty thing that he is very apt to .lo-whl.'l1 hetitty 'rt.'luarecl Flour.ONLY Tn ami from. l Steamer and l Train AM fit* '
I : "Science is simply ummmmonReeseatits It'ul..r Ice.
to and more miles it ] more f'O TU.\t"I'H FOR IfAULIXCJ ;
thirty ul'l''aJ'tl Krr.:
iii volume than that given off by an odinarvcoast best and, that merciless i!*, rigidly tll)fallu accurate, in logic.in observation IVhemfacts FOK KILK. : 'r KX x K::SEE i: : BEEF: s i-K c i \ I.T YIKOOM

steamer, but wamdxr so dense-though 1'iviCI'rY; J'Kll TOUXD. Srntirr Wmcr,
e the of being much denser are seen as they really are uncoloredby ]ORSis| ,}-;:s(, unKJIHS.; ; : ; IIARXF.SS.CAIWt ; .
it has appearance I 'J-tf : \. KLA.riOXTRACTOIl
prejudice obscured by ignorance and
or ,
l at Niinetinir* than at others. Sometimes it AXI) W.AfH!OXS.and -- : : .
are weighed in the balance of a cool sound
seems to rise evenly up from the wooded : tr'nmls: (e.\HIf. fi'Otthe '
t. p plain, and at other! to come in slight putT.*. judgment, we may say they are treated wientideally 0-tf AT (1T> 1'. f). liUILDIXU.VILMAM "'- tulll-'ITt! ".,.ns: Jh'HIT.S,
and' the man who can do thi UHientitic __ _. ; )Htret near
miles the t of the light-bouse '
1 i Several to co> has common wnsv, whih heexeriUest I(room Street. Wharf. 4tf&! AND 11UI1.DKJ: :,
rock-reefs ttome of the rocks P. WOOD Jr.
are dangerous: -
Such IIC l
rising considerably above the nurface of the intelligently a man may a 111tS..1NNEl'I..iRlI.:,
water, among the largest of which are what iuwhanie: or u profosor in a college ; farmer /-< KXKHAL: : : NKNV.SDKALKIt: ) : : t .\lall.t Street, l between J"'tm.not Third
Let be
or a lawyer. it understood that
are known a.* the Xi;:.er Ilea," and "(!rev I I M-ience U not above the mo-sxex, because the rnjJIRD h r., I II!).r. t'UTJUL..u-,, .\,
Mare," from either of which one set a good; I have IJOOKHKLLKU: 8TATK)XKU.: j fl.nX.Xmx.'L; .
and be
ina.s&e$ common 8cne, it '
k sniuke. There are reliable men may ;
view of the FKRXAXDI.VA-.
living here now, and other in Tallahasseeand intelligently exercised.A Dealer In l'IIucoT ArtlrlcM"" Orders and c.tilatt." from 'distance: ( anally '
adjacent points who have \'I'itnt'H.'CCi1' the VK\LKK IX! TIIX w' tt'u.ll. W. _,* 3S-tl
strange phenomenon l1i far back a* fifty KEMITKY girl ayy when .Iu> diei. the l L-KXTEK: KTBECT, .. .:It .\SlHS.\, FLA.Phelf TAW ON1--There Will be'-
years ago, and many times: during the interim wants' tobacco planted over her grave, that 'holeo..t.. 1'rnlfM and "'egelablcN.., .1\LiL munlcution of Amelia J'.u a rogular Corm'.
up to the present. Some pv they have tile: weed IIfJuri..lw.by her body, may t ehew I'aper. J' 4'turu Frame, ltrmketsJanus. : '. .fc .\. M., oil Mojulay .: :fT
now and then tee u strong light by night (:- il by bereaved l,iver.. "Kite luiit'leaUter [ t ('''''put Nets, plant (;Ia' ei, ('OIII>M, ("XFWrriOXKISIrX: : : Krr.Jli : 2ht, at 74 VliK-k .han f\'en Ut
in the direction of the smoke, the last instance to the \Vest Point graduate.who wuntul' It rushes, etc. I'a'cteris l-i great variety. in vitm. Tr u!, brtn

being only' a few evening since; but a gum tree over hi*, where the Vassar girls .\l-.. St-wlui; Mo-hn! e Xcwll, Oil, ctc.. 'w' that the former ha-i any connect ion with the might come in the evening and take a thuw. (iIp1'cr luk.tanrhi173centr.: Uarlen linj'lement. 7 tr JOHN WIIITXEV, N'I'\f-)'. J

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TilE 1'Lfnil iA j\1uJ[ oj {. Xiiii /VrMproposeiiliy, \ the simple! '} prl oVs OR C.11/)11).4TE I'Oll PR I.SIII'J 1'p l: IT onLiL connisi'ofDLSCJ' -I In heavy groceries and building Ilalctnl.*,
hardware etc, infact
asi'toor- blind hit
r' of putting i in a t Radical State! ({ov'erll)1leut'tohiirei such : ,
u. : ''''a the imputation it says double, I Cir \TT.\XOOO: TESX.. July !to: a large part of this trade goer to Jackonville. -
8JT1'/IU ,
I' ) .11'IA': 18X11
/ Forty since Chattanooga was: on unimportant There are three very large hardware -
years: !
which. would give( u* WO.iiOO) or quadruple I !
t 1)I'OCIt.1'1'il': 'I'J(-IU;/''. would hl'1 I 1'JKIHIO,: ) or an immediate, increase, ,, I village a mere landing a* it wore I establishment- in Jacksonville wlil'l
of nearly a million on the Tennessee, !liver! The Cumberland supply all these! things and fill orders' all

pr/gist; ; / "There's! millions in it said C Col. :Seller: |II r I ;Mountain\ on the one side ami, their continuation I alon" the Transit 1(11. nn.t. our own

/ Where, will tin14SW) ami.v..""' million come I mi the other, inailo) it almo inaccessible people buy largely III Jacksonville. Tinprospective -

+ r t I'I'uTt ILtlt'nK J [ from ? Wliyilid 1 tiny not come during the. I j r' except by the imperfect navigation: of improvement of the St. John's

runGENERAL VRCInExT : la"lcIIIII'1I I years 1"1"-0..1: i in III' power? I tile Ten' measce J River: which !seemed\ to have bar, the improvement-' in the sanitary condition i
forced l ItIl'a through the rocky harrier of the city, the building of two new

t '' W S, HANCOCK, is IT muxti'ir.n ? The Muscle :Hioal: had proved, a l formidable railroads to terminate at Jacksonville, the

l tk ( t "" I'KX.NSVl.VVXH.: Our) *y.tem of (candid, : for. olllce does: -: >'; oh!'taclo t to steamboat nav Ration down the enhanced, price of lumber, the increasing facilities

rmJ<'I.-I'nF."II"ST: : not certainly I promote the dignity and !self- I| river and the local trade] I hy, water above for 'moving fl''IJ.th and travelers 0I /
I \ I I1 these! shoal" ha. always hl''IIII1! i WILLIAM H ENGLISH, respect of the nominee./ Hllrillg'thl' period, the r '('ral combine

OF 1X1)1) \X\. of !solicitation( for ,Ifll('(' he i I" expected to be, ] : The building\ of the Western A Atlantic an assurance, of future prosperity' which has: !

1 a hail-fellow weil-)1u't"to all of hi* po,,,sj. i, A !Railroad: Atlanta, the last 1 Tennessee road, already advanced the )price of rail estate and I
y I'IUSIIHXTI.\: : 1LEI"ioii: :<< +.. ,
1 "10' He the Nashville A (Chattanooga confidence, to investment.' The peer ,
i+t npporters.( must< putr mean cigars, \ to Virginia, : given
)s '+ "TnT 1.\iiifi'AMUKL ; :: : drink; bad: whisky, endure! the semi-intoxi-j II I I I II 1 ]Itailroad: and the Memphis A: Charleston poet of being soon united by the Fl'rIU.tnl f
.- : II
] .\:00: of Jclleron { 011111 '.
( ,
eating) drivel of the man who III his sovercign '- | .KX.: WIXKirf.K: ""OTrS'f'I'K.' road made, Chattanooga! the centre of the Jacksonville Railroad is hailed with i pleasure j

: AI.15KUT.T.: Ut'SSKf.L: : of ]III\'nl County.KinT ; capacity': as elector( )put his thumb i Most families n re proud of good, look, and great system (.Southern:: railways connecting J.by the people of both cities. ,!

1 l'I> !*TIHCT: and I two linger on his candidate.Till .! rightly; so. The Democratic ladies we are the Atlantic with the Mississippi( the
.1, K. tlf( ) K:, of Kscambia; ; fount( .
} i i.* as much: the fault of the candidate, !sure, will with their intuitive sene of Fast< with the Wet, and the North with the XEW COMERS.

vFroxn: III-"TUII'T : a* of the pe' >ple, who. would really respect: what i is admirable in the specie' give theirsufl'ris South, and, now the completion of the Cincinnati From all we ('a/ learn there !ol''III'to hino -
( Al.iclma! ('IIIlIII .
the man who would, be above accommodating : to the fine open') generous ami intelligent i :Southern: I seemtomakeChattam: ( of considerable immigration
I"ul 1
Mm uovruNon: : himelf fo the supposed' ncce-isities face of. the Democratic candidate, the natural gateway to all l portion of the our State next winter. We are informed ;

WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM, the situation. for President., HIappearance i I.. in keeping country by rail. (Doubtless If the'1'a11ICsscc! that the correspondence of the Imreatt of i

t; OK l.JXI.N: lOfXTY.t'fit : The example of our earlier 1'residents, and with hi* character.ieneral River had: been open to steam navigation, Immigration i is quite !large, and it is n noticeable :

statesmen li use Invested< I the Presidential! ( I 1 Hanccxk, in personal/ appearance, the towns> on it" hank, and notably Chattanooga fact that the character of tlllWIII. ;
s:'1 t i.i rrix: : \XT-fiovKRxon; : ..tII,. with which i i-I tall, well formed and very handsome. would since have assumed, importance. dlall l'l1. .\
unwrittenbut (
h ( a dignity by an His height, 1111 11 lit be less than !six feet two. long ries I.'I'r JII'I year ,111'
LIVINGSTON W BETHEL, not less<: forcible )law regard: It a* undignified inches, and, lie weighs: fully t two hundred, The Muscle Shoal, a bed of broken there Wl'f'many' inquiries' made, as to the I 1

a' .i. or Moxiion_ fofXTV.: ;: by a Presidential candidate to take I and forty; pound. He will makthe finest: rock extending for twenty miles from reception' Northern men met with, whether

A .'f ,J any 1 part in the canva**. It i"i a pity that looking President who ever sat in the White Tuseiimbia t to. ]Decatur. was beyond I the power would be safe for them to come and settleIn
iou io.MR.y: :| < -KIUTHOBERT ItBTItnT : drive cvcept. po*ibly, George Wahing-, i
,,1 H. M. DAVIDSON, )public( :sentiment !'lalllllllIot, make !the saute I I, ton. I His form towers' chive other/ 11e'n,111111 of currents' or ordinary mean": of improvement the interior, whether they could rely

( requirement upon all candidate !for the I he attract attention by 'Isis mere looks and, the first link of the :Memphis upon receiving protection for person( and
a OK oft *|"KX: rol'XTV.
< highest, t :State: olllces. As to Judge, we doubt : wherever lie goe, q. His i eves arc I blue, ami \: Charleston Jailrna,1'a1: very absurd< to try. ;;

j I l'OIl.'os"nl-N-1 :, !siccoxn!: :\ I MsTiiu! 'T : it' any man could, he bold, enough; to take !have: repose a benignant, hut' inspiring null mild when expression in danger.whenin nroiinil, these< shoal. It i i" only recently that IrlpltlyI, Inl'atll.r, as would be' an inquiry '

I ,\ GENERAL]' JESSE J, FINLEY the stump for himself: and why :should, not Hi i.i manner i i" dignified; and knightly/ and the Importance of opening) up\ this magnificent of the Governor .t' Wi-consin or Michigan[ *,'

l t i t" OK roi.rMin\ ('Ol'o\T\: '. the chief magistrate: : of u sovereign' State II(' i i.. courtesy: itself. He is always: magnetic, river to navigation hay been' recognized: to know if that wa a safe community to reside f

1 t stand in the same )positiuit and honor the and draw. nieii. to him by a'lfair his k'ijidncs* and and a plan of improvement ha* been made in. 15ut we must bear in mind that a j jpersistent
general interest: In their His -
I, I I fjL..HHUf"fl.W; f"Ul.UL.I'1'IO.Y olfice he seeks to fill ? It wa a matter of are easily aroused, and he becomes sympatnies : intensely and, i Is now being carried out under the direction course of misrepresentation for
4 2.. \Will\ ml'. intt'Hit/riit /limn '/'/I''ioflu' ''/I'f general report' that the excursion of 1! UIIlll1l, +. of the (ieneral (Government.; Within )political purposes has h'I'1 going on for |
,: t.'",rl a rht n ..../ years
't Arid/e" ",' pIrlnlla) (/,,. tniiii igfiitiim In 1i.i..' relieve them, as (bough their troubles were
"IIn tdlcwtVIIftul; up, charterldlaudhrnught The fall in the river (compel the use of the been' endeavoring to :
'1 / ?"//< !- Mint iiinl J /1.*. his own. llancoi I $ kindness to his !subordinates l'ollllpf'' las
r :; supremely ridiculous, statement a* in the Interest sued by the] ,direct intcrvenvention I : alwaysnn, not only their love but\ !steamboat locks of :sufilcicnt dimension.: to continue in the public mind a feeling ho- i
of the, also their confidence; and 1 caused them to steamer( but I the locks '
I i !(. in the above I.s not worthy) of! Republican: candidate ILr'.Ilnter)1or pas: largl'loule.l a tile to the South' call its citizens on purely :
1'u'h 1 ; I hat ,during the day hedistrihuh'ilquarters t ;1 rely on him as a friend well a*< commander. are few aril,] the distance' only twenty miles, I political ground Localities were confounded -
1' treatment solar: readers, in : ,
a* our I He gave a Inan 1t gool 1 oiiinion of himself ;
1 i are concerned ; but, although put ( on (the street corners to Ilia: c >,lorcdfriend I tool made: each one feel lie was of more the detention: will\ not he great.; When this I -what occurred in 11'1 or ;Mississippi\

J J'jrward an election argument, and to beeighcdiifcordingly and gave money to strikers to brine: importance than he ever before! IIII"Jtl'I'lcc). It work! i I. completed loaded. .steamers can at would be mixed, up with 11111"1'IlIation.* \
{ 1
fi tip a (crowd( liar the ollice of Governor of \\';ay this which caused. him to have: suchpower all times: pass from Chattanooga to :St.: Louis, of law and good order' such as> are con-f
\\ it be well to .
may con- hi ).
over ollicer( and men in battle! ,
i Florida sunk low that such ,] New' Orleans< or Cincinnati, where the Ohiois all j
ruder! the true bearing of the result of our so an example\ and made: them prefer rat her to die than f forfeit stantly occurring in communities North
} f' r ,r. fiisuing; State election upon the Interests 0four should,! bo set 1 seeking ollice? Imagine. I the good, opinion .their leader., navigable. Smaller boats! ('allII'IIl the and South, were heralded as Southern outrages ';
f I' State. a moment the candidate for Governor of .\ volume would not contain an account river from (Chattanooga to Kingston and political crimes, etc ;
I !I New York ;Massachucts( "llI'hI of the heroic deed) of a man like Hancock.' Knoxville. and eventually much higher '1
or filling
Q Various reasons have been advanced, to > A glorious soldier, a stndfat, friend, a useful Fortunately for our State the large mini- ,\
role Imagine (iov. ]Drew or liloxham asking citizen hl'l N all that i is robe The heavy: interests! ofthi portionof i l
i I'' 1. nhovv why foreign; Immigration goes largely manly and mining her of good, respectable< Northern settler* Lj
for \0111111 this way or the manly IIIHl.liglIiti.l brave in poor fallen hlIlIlIII: I\', 'I'houwoulsIlpull \ Tennessee, now becoming utilized andextensively ;l
I the West IlIlIh'IIllIf the and
I ; ttJ :South It does .. who have come to our State are lltCI'1
1"illh' himself 11 utiauilvuf his: 01.11101..111'. will gladly -
not dif tctlt\ to "e\'crllll''II..OII. so belittling < (Do) developed, render water communication ed all of it have their ,l
r t seem perceive $ vote for him, and, almost every citizen in through, portions by J
: r why this i II< the case: These< immigrants Il'IlI04 respect the office and elevate) and, not the 1 land will think twice before refusing his a matter of the 11110..lllnlt. testimony and letters to their friends in tit( t jt a J

I : nine mainly from the North of F.urope.They ; Impair the respect of our )people for' it. suffrage! to such a candidate: a* WinlieldScott age. The region of' which Chattanooga j it> States from which they have come, (U1lpatca I'

j ;'i, F tire accustomed to a ('0111dhllllll', and XlXKTl'SIX.Friday ].I[Hancock gentleman the, patriotic consiimatc' soldier general, accomplished and the ('('lIlt'it: likely to become( the great coal for the most part the effect of these stale Y

f t 1- have been brought, up to regard a warm and the 10th and llth t'iir i -mi)1dtsl i 1 !statesman.What ami iron district of America, rivaling, if not slanders. We are informed that inquiries of S, .
Saturday ,
f ..i i'. t country as an unhealthy one. Their idea of Wl'I'I''rr warm day'I<. The thermometer in surpassing Pennsylvania., Iron can be produced this character are now seldom made ; that h

t n warm country i is based upon what they Jacksonville readied) fJlt.fXOE CU.Vl'l on the Tennessee !River, it i I.* said, at a they do not ask if it I i.s safe to come, but when (,
ninety-six degrees. .
;I i I'' know' and have heard of tho foist? I Indies<< and People fanned I and, wiped oil'the perspiration ( i i.* in a name ? Much; every WII '. {.ot'cr t far below the cost of production, in had I best ('Ole. where had I best settle, h."

t ', ;.I Africa ; they are consequently< )prejudiced and, said, it was hot, but no one seemed In Territorial, times: all the country on Pennsylvania or Ohio. With u cheap and whjjt will be the best industry! I can under
ujaiiist settling in with both side of the : natural water way to the sea and to ]leadingcities take?
r, a warm country overcome by it. Kvcrything around looked. :St. John's: now known asYoliisia !
;' l utio.se productions: and modes' of tillage they as usual.: Ninety-six I in the shade in the and Orange counties was known sly sit the great river(, the manufacturers Cpon| all the questions> as to good laws,
I of iron and the of coal mines
sire unncijuaintcd. Again : they come very ;Mosquito[ county The enterprising settlers: proprietors
:North means intolerable\ heat, IIII".lrokI't-: good judges, reasonable 'taxation, the condition
1 largely to join other members (II' their families who occupied llt after the Semiiiole war will have superior advantages fur building
haustion, and death to thousands. In Florida pre of society etc., all of our Northern settlers
1 + j or connections, or acquaintances, : who curcif from tho Legislature: a change of the up those interests.Of .
j :
;( it seems to have 1111 such clfect. We1I'r can give u ready and satisfactory an
l have settled; in this country, and who have hear' of a sunstroke, no people are name from ;Mosquito to the much more euphonious the manufacturing hllOrllll'l of this sorer Florida 1 i.s likely to become a cosmo- f
//1 { 'lIt back. letters! and furnish region I propose: to speak letter.
"' : frequently the : one of Orange. If the people of olitan
pll-kl'tll1l'11 !llrd1I1'rolllll.l: enrried to hospitals I> State. IL imputation is made up of
I t means: to enable their friends to come to Marion county had, been wise they would
t no unusual< mortality prevail<, the little 11'lle frollll the States. The energy and
i. them. Thede'stinationoftholarger number ones III scant raiment' kick up their heels> lure' secured this name for their own county \ JACKSONVILLE:\ July 10,1Syll, perseverance of New England, the enterprise r

I I I t flf immigrants I I.. tlxed I before they leave and grow fat bordering on Orange Lake but theymied I had, expected, II find I greater appearance and broad-viewed, notions of New

their homes in the u1,d l country, and their The comparative III Florida under their opportunity, although strangers of dullness here at this season of the York, the manufacturing industry of the'

I f movements upon landing in New York are high temperatures: I is (an important fact, and ers very apt now to think that Orange year' but the change from the; bustle and East, the strength and weight of the "-estel

.I directed by the immigration;, agents; in the is generally admitted. I How I shall we accountfor / Lake iol: in Orange county throng of the winter' influx is less than I pioneer and the warm, generous impulsiveness 1'
I interest of Western railroads The South it The people Alachua made a great mistake should have and shows that .
? First we have moisture in the air thought, permanent :of the South, will all fuse in this favored
will 1 naturally rl'l'l'h"e'er little of foreign which which it 1I creates perspiration' and lessens the : are taking land, and] we will all, with a little #
t immigration unless :Spain: Italy, Greece, burning clfect of the heat. Next, we have a to their county "<..at the unmeaning and and the citj is becoming less dependent touch of romance and sentiment, be proud

t urTurkeyshuuldse11dtheir .surplus population sea or land breeze always blowing and! keeping (rnlmnnplace11su)1eof( ainesvlilethusudd\ upon the money)' crowt of visitors The to say we arc Floridians.

hithcrward. the air in circulation. Then we have lag another Gainesville to the half dozen long line of .. houses on Buy :street .

.We must therefore look to the settlement always cool nights and! the bll'tllll'llt'ITl'l.'t of or. more towns> of that name in the :South.: speaks well for the energy and capacity of THE }'AIT"O DOlloR.-Dr. Tanner, having/ :l
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I uf Florida ,by two classes III'ollr own people. sleep! restoring us every morning to comfort The true IIUlIII'ouM have heat .\Iadp'u. its LuIII'S men. While it in true that the ccrtulnthl''ti'1! of his own on the subject of }'

First! those who find the climate of' the With an abundance of i ice and fruits, figs, surd their thriving and beautiful city would hotel and hoar.llg imputation Ilislpl'UN i lower of a human being to endure tin-

) t North too severe and comu to Florida for the watermelons and. fresh tomatoes we find! constant attract much more notice if it bore the old during the tUnlll'r months, the ( entire privation of food finu long iicriod

I I'vMirtU of health. The other class will comprise alleviation, and with a grateful shade Indian name, rich in vowel sounds! : and give probably the largest jiortion of businessto has undertaken to d<'lon-trale: the correctness fi

\ those who come for the! advantage, during: I the middle of the day can ierformconsiderable unique as being the only Alachua in the Jacksonville are living up the country on of his> theory by u fast of forty days. fe

utFordcd la the cultivation' of fruit and vegetiiblcit labor in the morning and evening United States. the banks of the St. Johns and its tributaries Dr. Hammond an eminent New York physician

(, Now, it i is well known that the I prin-* hours The heat of u Florida !OIlmlll'ri is Within the writer's recollection the capitalof and along the railroail The filling of formerly Surgeon-General ridiculesthis

II dl'ul'nrthl'I'n l immigration has been to nut as intense or as: prostrating as at the UpjH-r Canada was called! Little lurk orders from tht country constitutes U very fasting theory, and predicts: total fail

( Tex-its a:id Florida, both of which have alitvHmtlcrance North, and the' main objection i is that we The people had the good sense to change it imi>ortaiit item of the business of the principal "Ift'. In the meantime Dr. Tanner is undergoing -
f I | of white imputation. If we to Toronto and elevated it at in business house.
have ta)11(11(115umtuICt once dignity I In the grocery line a the test i in New York city, watched by
It Kick further we find that the settlement has and imj")rtaiice. There gtlotl.leal in u I heuIm:< I.'II1t is i> done] and in dry goods>4 several physicians who constant
i bijen made, In Florida in the counties hav'Ing .< THE up a h
lliri'HL1C.lI'.IK'T. 11 aII('. Like City was once C'a1l'al.\1Iigalur, I several quite cxtIin. hou-.es are engaged. vigil. The experiment bus been going on
t the tomallt..t proportion of colored The crowd which filled the streets of Jacksonville and Grab All
'population now shares the honor with They advertise largely and naturally find it for fifteen
I days, and at the ]latent advices] the
( Putnam Volusla, Orange, and that last :Saturday: was a representative Hawthorne to designate a very pretty rising. I 111)1 to do soy The new settler* of the country footing doctor in comfortable circumstances

(art of :St.; John on the river, 1)(1\'uloul. crowd undoubtedly of men who in Florida town on the Peninsula: toad, but Hawthorne have innumerable wants to be supplied \a"
although he had] ]lost flesh at the
side of Jacksonville have all attracted white call themselves: "the Hl'l'lthtil'aIl'lIrtr) ." A will carry the day. and of will supply at the .
t'Ur tht'lbdn rate of about two He does
.Mitten from the North ;(-hlie the so-called person who sivmeU to belong to this crowds.ii i nearest city if they find they can get what I not water pounds, but per day moistens

I Hack oi'intii1! of Leon Jctlor>on, ..IltwhuaI .l l sis they were leaving ill Monday( morning .IT'r/Tff 1 J Cu4 T l Ifl.tll. they want at reasonable] prices, and having e\'enlrnk his mouth with it. Ills occasionally I: puke is prettyeven

und :Marion! have received but little Ul'l'l'O'lIi"n ) that the Republicans of Leon countyhaul It struts tn betaken fur granted that a come from the North, where active and

of white population.' The Northern I \antealongtopItuw that tht'rl''a'4 nodUatVcction (Presidential year must be devoted to politics limits prices, they are ready to 1'011e.tilol the doctor temperature is that by!Mertl'the] self-control. The theoryof of

( prejudice avxK-iation with the coloniltuan I in the Republican 1.arl)'. Si: far to. the exclusion almost everything. qur advantage' of u home supply if they find the will the feeling of hunger and desire for

t and cspvt'tally living under his politiul I, as could] be seen the crowd which siirI politicians, especially' of Republican pronoiincednoss that they are not U\'crlIIII"1 This business I fast l can be controlled that the substance
iloiniiutioii .i... too deep-aeated, and too I I rounded 1I1, and represented) the Republicans have always had a nisi on has grown greatly and will increase of the body already accumulated; will furnish

ermancitly: llxe\ 'l to allow of their iiumigration of l..l"'" county, wa roniposv.lof about I..Uhl.lll'tlll'r it I"i owing to the long, with the jiopulationof thecountry. .\ merchant
support to the. human It doe
into;those black countien until they :t tCituhlseeu !six women to one man, which ..hovv' howan I dry hot weather, or to the general di"po">i- in a large town like Jal'kwn\'U canatt'ord to the jiolar bear. The being of the as experiment

l'I"OOII't't! of a local gO'l'rnllll'ntha I Iij appearance! of number is given to what tion to seek plea.-anter 1IIU111'lUC''njll 'lIIl'lIt, to keep I very full lle goods to is watched with rl'ul much interest as a

I >tt..l >on the titnes-s of a hU|>crior race. : they call a mass met'ting. A resptvtable) I, the canvass MI far hu not developed any meet the varied wants of his ('u..tnlen from scientific which furnishnew

The very In..tulIwhldl the Sun amiVr*s 'I 1 old-fashioned) Republican)' who has been in \'t'rn'llt, amount of stock enthusiasm.. the well-to-do orange grower to the plainer fails experiment in physiology and may lost ,

} gtves of Laic county answers its: own !Mig- the hahit of discussing the issues of the day TIa'.II'I'Ill.r j this country evidently' are not wants of the less exacting countryman and] and who encourage without

.j; i
: rule in this State the prohabili, voters of his i
ttes! arc tlat'! an inilnx of colored juniple ,'1' ,,I Mdlyunt of )place in the women mass meeting deep and sincere tu .allow of am* rejil I"tt'r- cription of low-priced. but handsome goods ]: Mu. has given to the hi*

t ic mo.! i>hirJes> and vtorthli-ss kind would of Saturday, und have .1t'lIbWll l whetherhe est in a nomination like that of fiarfield, and like to get things from the city. Some i letter of f-nEL public

i omo in from (Ji'orgiu, adding nothing to our was lining any M-rvice to his party or hit 1' which represented no l'i Tsottal following I of the dry goods house in Savannah fill I $i.. acceptance. 'hL pfeceoffortalitydesigIrltogitoacun11idatehueprivilcoeof

Wfaltli and prosperity, while u counter country in such company." He must ('or- and which WH like drawing a juror's name' I i many orders from the interior, tsjieciallythose I
saying what he
I can in favor' of his own ele(-
current of l1iiutt'\l; white men would gogut tIIIII.h.a'e. great doubt whether a crew! of !; outotubox. The nomination of Hancock! who advertise in I tion
nlri"o1ui1O'It at the etiquette of Presidential candidacy
and all pro'iHvtive immigration of excursionists: ,1II1..l..1| l mainly of women has not culltsl out that firen-racker hurrah .I Jacksonville now does] | of does
lall.t i not the candidate take
whit men with brains and capital) would ami children, upplcmciUiil! with the repreMntativcs j which I it only I Mirface deep, but a much hotter !- this business, 1.'au'her lI1n'hallh kl''I'Ul the to
Ile therefore take the
(xa""e. Nothing; iu our opinion( child be of jhe uburb> of Jacksonville, I kind l t'lIthll..llllOm, the quiet elf-cnntl- with the times al\rti. and what Ihunl. ha. to
and letter
t blurt-' fatal ti, the interests: uf Flrhla than brought. together to butter up the i>nfvx''- 11'nl'"f a g things I )lr. letter read
the rtxtw4Jiun lit coitblicau rule with highliutoUration : idly weak nominee of the i arty vth tscnomination as.unl l iKfe>,. The feelling i i. as yell ex- Jacksonville ohoutd supply the rivttpq>ulati'Mi I like acceptance.Presidential Gartt.l'l
and has
t.n!JI h..J, a 1 t.f jlt.tlt'ruga- lu'HR-cn. l br.a, l.t at(*>ut by .im.J l'n..l 1 hy a di-tinguishol' statesman : *. lie and Vrnandina the interior of theIVniiiMilu I J"ag no i.urticulu.ignifeauee

Iral{ J ldluEjIIrl4'tifle..i : otHcfaU.{ The proi-nt J ilur means is the saute: R.-publk-ati: party to will tit fhvteil l because! hought tom\ in uunv unit-let which the councr I I being mainly a rather tvery "

) : 'I' .l,:tlati! "i: <.!' j Fi i n Ma Is rtboiu ;s Wtk, rl. Th I t .- a pith I he lieloiigiil; 1 at the N..rth. flit.twl." I > men'ham cannot to keen I I iTu"1'.I\.to/ 1.ltll.1athull' iw>
; utufl much in
2 I 66 keeping; with Ui.,1'011.r. .

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-- Ni icisio\s or surnwn; cocnr,. j of the topography\ of the Kind! hI lUrAllJS four have been in ,
XOTKS. how their innnline and I h"h'PI'ldl'II'I' ll tII\tiQI as to the claim InlIlh'I.t If for the hut years you
I shibboleths force such --- I'\ led to iltult I if have ll'l at to attend I \
ran 1'n possession, 1 is MintSent Mace, Ihcltr
:--.::'i.Tolt'I:<\llInl regards; the piescrspeet 111'1'1)111' of those xxho. like ouii | Jl'NF. TERN, 1. n. I lsul. I I. of the party to 11 lead the rendee to ,a\ .0 your tally avocations Iltl Imill up forlilies -

\ of tlio political struggle; ,as I di..cnniaging hir.l'I..t } their mouths. am. Frank 1', (ale, et ux. I./niiary T. 1 lines. :, : Ilflrmallo1 of the title am do not thank the men \ preferredhe

to, the JU'|nilili( nil", but! hopes\ tor; ate. gulp J ;\0\1 hatlll..I.ol1 Ihrr I'Ill'I', It'l..t'. I tn I it u\.-Appeal from (a.1"1 t'eittttt} I 1 knowledge lain of the of in nature possession! and a court mailed; hand of Fly-wes: S. (irant to laxx-
art tiun! such\ ,(s followed I the appaunt denimaltat give them.-1'nimi.HVNCCHK i \H.tr"t.\ ,fI :, 4 4I. '1 ( 'paity him in of it. 'ul rule. Garfield \is no unknown man
will lie co-tenant- I I! f equit will l'Ollllt been t the leader
(uncut l'dwt'C'1 He
ion! of the Republican* ill (IIII' ,'ath'I.art I I 1 IP has a long record.
< ( \M Till; : :t< ". Ml I r. : the co-tenant has I I' r"I"1 force bills, MIMMIIion -
f .'. i 1.:1'\1.1.\ Jli1r 1.1'11 of
01 tin- campaign\ nf is; in c-asc-s wlll'l' \I't'l Counsel .111eelhuds ;; mioiiK the advocates :
Leonard\ asoiiocia of the I Thomas I fo
.11'1'1111. ll"tllgui..II..1 Midi} violation military usurpationimleverv
of ti pJliltil"! ,
Iit i,* stated that c-x-tiovcinor lle-mlriil,.. i very im|"ortant 11'1 111 who hat ns const itutp an ouster ) 'lames 1. Maghoo( ('011:<1.1 for .\\llll'l of linlirai other rll"l means re-sorted to by bis
has declined. to net on the Indian 111'I'doforl'ud,1 purl;' to tho 1'I I .
: wih \'IIIlt'll .\ declaration eonfoiming their There- has
ratio !Mate (Vntral Committee. It 111'11111-\I \ in New York, u lit it-! : of chapter !irc.t.) ) l I.a iwsis :ltllt The :State of Florida rx rr/, ('ot. vs. Coiinf.vComniissuiuors [,lot'been artv tl' prolong tending power.! Jo exalt thenilitary

, I that: since 1 1$42< 1 over SAINIO' to the Democratic,' tnaingprsdiieet : at the ,Breaking 011 tho d\"i warli > tere-st of the An allocation of 111 ,damns.liiH erenteanimosity !between the
without! 1111Inclingthc inc nlmt.asHsMiients I written a letter to li'l.alwol.k.; eoiigratulating ) 1Iuilltif by fcndant, amount' >ltn, C ./. : ion tending to A. (Uarhclel was
which have been levies! upohim. him upon .. II.miIHllil'l for thPresidency I ( \ll"I\'pI"'I'"ioli light of the cotuianlplaintitr 1. .\ writ of mandamus: to compel 1 ho\rl.: icctions in which James this to (Ill'

t, and assuring him of his IHarlr; ills tl I i is not necessary This can be puin of moats' 1'III"rliml'r tlllll'l.t and full;) 11 the name "ide.1 we who propose, though 11 ti
: Mr. Jeroiye is one of the I ] the issueJudgme'nt Ii; llt} required( hy! law! ma) >v placing il power a man I
Rt.v. LKWIS! LOXHKS: ,*. a prominent Ropul: '" !11\'OII.\ OWIIlr issue by the 111'101 general l'l'rrlr\ listinguished never forgot that his
of private
II politician; of the scexiid district of 111'1 I '\Turk Timi' I sticiiig I'cpuhlioai '% i 11 tho 1 1'ltl'I :nltl'r. di.dinetion.I .
journal and supporter of the Kepuhlk-ai I \ C. {1', Stexe-ns. ('Counse xx hen the hoard I has neglected or rl.fu"l.1 1n I iti/ensbip was
- diana, has published a card f1I01l1l.ill" )h1:< Hancock is !
I 11\111' \ of tlm''
nominee, hut saxsthat he belongs to u Ia"\ Counsel for to re-quire-d by \IW. logic
allegiance: to the H'l'lI"Ii.11IIurlr\ ami 1 : IU'\\ :; A. l'ah'I'ol 11'I.t 11.11'lrln\ ho demanded b;) I is above the military. Hl'ctonll.I 11
tI"-1 xxho m wtr
to .
'rous Kc \ : Hut
riirirgter) Hancock and, 1'1'Ii'1"111. \" mi 'luhllt'11 family I rlllli Appellees.samuel\ !II' ( dioulel bo allowed as \ hats
behalf\ of another, or not 1
will cute f 0111' I1IU\ )
IhoilJ1 dli71 folded
aiuliil.ite for i ill 111'1ntll
tins: a Republican Cougrt'ssIIIe I : shirt must: tipnever
the ) ticket : I the of Thoma" her of others. to compel a board of count); called thebloody
second district in H74 and although I th(' I II ]Illllwr\tt': hl.l.rl' will oi CX' : U Ut.llt..h, 1'1' 1"1 the iK-oplc should be
: and
the fol certificate or certificates ( ,
I I commissioners to grant .lHril'nl
I Democratic majority: was: hopd"l'.In.tnillt i ( ('llioll. II hi..ltl'l' Ilakl'chi4course, 15. Tcllis, .\lpdlalt, (I. J.1. HitlII" xxhiih stub others 1 be ell- roiight l'o\ll", xvitli oneoveinmcnt -
and together
: I to may ) :
liiin lie ran ahead of his ticket Ho was IIIIt. 11'1atk" Irt'llldlt Ch'lit law of 1S77Mich with equal and affeo
'. YOI. sir, embody the \"il\l Iwl rll'lt- \P\t.11'1'-\\PI:11 tied! under tho rogisration ; mil
>f the aunt i>roiiiincnt lenders: in the partj I ( towards it. are logical 1 resiilKmd
must ion These
itl.lhiluall'iht bojirnsceiitedb.xeaeb t
meiits in rc-gard) to t lie great questions ] ,
.1 *
Tinthree men Ha)'e-s: I Sherman. : turn) day that xxe haxe l'II'rllill.\1 since the Wil \m.fclt\A -ucgotialle" note, secured b.x funF'age person entitled to (the individual relief. he has hC''l tried. If ns 1 he M.ijor-(5cn do otherwise -
ot the New' York: Custom-House ; that actuate xalubefore board of baxcno !rnl. he has clones this, would
tart wet I closed Thi>) are sumo in the hands of an assignee f.'r. :\ \ ('ollll\C'Ollli."iolll that Han
Chester A. .\1'1 hilI'. A. 15. Cornell uiul (h'lIr"I'; 'I ii-n.( <1It11'1 he laid\ down Ih.I'Ii"11'11; it i is duo is subjc-c,'t to the t"llll'" o\ power to control the registration ,'olr as President ? HNI'mhr by

11. Shar'c. Cornell) i is: now (O..n'l'IlOr; of thl' I terms rlllrrllll' to : of the .Assemble. ''. the iTgistration refusing arbitrary i !
Wale, Snarpu Speaker the same that Ilit'III'I11111. :\ (to plac-o( IHIII' lancer
and Arthur is i the nominee of hit party li"r I wh1 1Ilah..IIII1'1': ; : il thcommittee Thrasher,Judgment, 1I\I\: IIaunt tran. I Counsel( ti,111p'lhurt 'except\ while the 1101: ale Ilfoth1 foirevision nut he also incurred the animosity of out those and:

Vicc-1'ie-sidont of the rllih'.1Iall':; Thl' Ii Congress against t the : road to promotion in the Republican p.ntNi'iii" policy of Tha\ :Stoxeiis. I hllil'01'111':1 ; ( adv ei'tontly erased!. who ('oul.lmlkc his position in the arnuvalt there(

to lie through removal Trout nftkr f.maladministration. : I (i rant \ 1'port01\ to-clax; ltd not theigiiiips riaintiffin Error: ,.. Tll' I. Tlio existence of iicunistanee's 11.1i'n. ull'omfortulle('. t'nfortnnately, '

Rut'ranklinguml'I'ii.I ; : of his !itltiol; fOlli,1 it. AmHcniyJ. Wihll, Defendant 1\'I'llali.; in Ilrror.: -Wilt of I; (that members the county hoard tn' hl ht'1 1'lh of this partisan feclinginIhe
have their rex'oustc's all the :oIallll.-I'/I'I/.' /'.,' WI'I' lie alive, xxoiih. tilil illl'II.1 to meet at a lill and for \\"hll' army and navy, and men. to gain promotion -
la\'I..II.I.:. th It'OI (ir'li (OUI't Ilt \ wi I ,have bad to do so at the expenseof
l Senrirr (l>rin.r Jtifit, ). i support; you 1.I. IlIh'+: lie( exigencies of purposes, us proxide'il \IW themselveswith
New' YOlk lfin+,'+ re-strained( hint lie xxa: //1/1,1. criminal 'ution, not ; mandamus\ )'Ii.t.. an actua independenceand by ('o\"lill
Tin: CnvNcr.s: ton\ M.tl.t-i'lr: \ seven I i irl'llI l ..Iato smother th I pioset t'll'ial 11lhllf of I has clothing. 1\\'e hl\l {'rUOIto
at duty
compelled' an "III\ the judge to 1'li.ioli 1'I'urrt"\ partisan
thef're-cnbaekcrs; t the I it i not "('lilin..lot \ lt. who inurremi -
rsIU't i of
111'11I"1 :sentlfit'm11r ho had expressed; ; in the iidclreof "' > rulings: il"lrlw- Application to 0111' : know of HIP 1"1' an nll'l'r
ticket In ( charge'" or to give ) (Irani
erats have: run .separate: U\OI hat'ha the of
: the lhia.ll'lphi"OI\lltiol. IOI"alllllli asked. for l by counsel, to jury i il fora ccitifieate for' puiposoof (: .1rlpll'u"tc \ : .
but t tIiiyea: r an agi; ieement has\ : been madbetween ( I II Id"l il i hll., 111 to hang c' tions unless the M'f oO tu charge i name I restored (to the registration i list, by i iperson 1 und kl'.1111 "uil \1"01 until ft leading .
\ him( xxhiili includes cvcrvthin!. 1'lt'l'r 1'jlalin' I told him that he
of Mr. Jones cmbusiness wl'ilill. Idi'l'l', hosename has \ .senator
the ;
I tOlll' in xx : 1"1'1 Ilprll\l'I'I\ Republican
counsel or parties writing
and, the ticket will le-ieivo thcombined tll' 1/(1 I : } and willing
. a I't'I..lup"iii I. t1paper Iy I Constrningch.intor struck fioiu 111.1111 grant had I h'lrl In dining)
manager ( 11I.1.t.
votoof I the two paities. The c'om- \\111,1, ho Iltlalllr.(I il"i..h"1 I 10Hlt'llto the 101'111 1..lillfIlY.). tortilic-ate a\l tll'IJ the sauce to tin(' with ('C'rtuil { : Umghtcr.[ ,] I,is
t billed I vitenfthehs I t since 177 execodedthRepublican I hut that : Ilw:< II'rlt'llill of this that is 1 + to ,
considcrahliind tintsums par the IlaIH.tl'lt the I time, WI" .. It is not error if the judge iefu- to gin' clerk is not the Iltll,1 11'11'1ill spirit : dangerous thl'lrn
vote very It bitle1 I ; ul'such : ;' lo the and, tons Whl'l this spirithc -
(- tn11uuetiutihie ) was I asked tcc,11eiVieV peitine-nt\ i tho leiiiiolmint 111111. navy 11.
ho 'Ihll'I'I'c instructors it
the '
that Mali will -
doubt lanext ,
no had to he Thl'11'' :; and elfe-el has qualifu'ations of 111 spirit 'of 1'I'illl': dispatch-prevails
hlt !\\'ulo\\'I\ is substance 1\'I'.lr; \ having tht.I.j.tal
fall.: In this ount the Republican sell (Coinjiexxhich "' the same tho \1'\11, is ,I II \' his name I 1'\II'\.l why thl'I, time trot being the
Ill 1Il''I..h'throl.tl I him to jur) 1'11 llllIjot'l
will I I.u 11'110111 in the cold 1 on the (Sovcrnoi; 1', been given b.x of1 into
in list h the beloved) veryyrt'at
rt'a.1 til
!.electoral\ ticket and the l"lIit.1lull: mjI''I'I'rll'lh..1 ('olltr 1'1' : It is not It''r"ury t li.r I the judge to upon the registration ) oatllicfoie 1\1111" latol 1
the : constitutional danger.Hancock .
Republican l h
grafting UI'"I the ill \ I ) taking the pie-sciibe-d'
1:1- the jury ltliol' 1..1.ttr .
<;: Senator. of to cilHeer clerk, eve is i Iml11rt'tan a true soldier. ASa
ty. And though majority IIH 1 party u uI i iI refuses I ; ht'I rcgistiatton or
: counsel 1"111'\- .
t., \T the first session of the XXXIXtCongress I frllI'l'lcn"' were .1.I>ted, it 'x\a:< It is xv hl'l&II' aired in such cast lS (that I III' though his name has I he-en, 11\1'0\1'\1)l'rnI'.1. dllzl'l. bo values his right and JKIXVPV!

'g I (chapter iMii.I Max-1 I. 1 Il'Ilifi? ,) in thilin ; ftt,' upon and tII'I'C xas no WiY I'tl' his riding only theicnn, :as "lon"I..I." with. I, by, the I".nrl\ The rat ioiotliccr above his right ul.ll"wI'1' as: I soldier. Ifyou
; .itx-inii. in I the House-on the hill pro)1sil| ;! I of getting rid of it scar' I \"t i out infot ndng the jury what is contained i h il 111' j\lklil or other tl"t'rdlll t tl ask mo w wk, I say be
t:. the Foiute-e-nth Ainendnunt' Mr.( OUl'lidolIIi.1 number of us, g.1 Republicans haxe hl'I'1I I ',") for. iituse le-gistration w h1 the I'll'h'I' ('II.I I know that with him the liberty of -
;: : [ c ompellcil to be he Iplc.ss supporters of a po'] 4.II..trlrliolll'l'a'I he I$:t.!. ( .4'Ki.j! ) ) pr.vidingtt (" my "Ollltwi bo Iull'. (.\\.lllrlo'1I,1
i Now, Mr. :Speaker: if the gentlemenh wlldil'\'I' to bothoxorv xxorst that coulbcdexisod. ,. ininishnicnt otalul'of ot (11.i 01"1"1'; of "a> 1?. Tho! WI'IIJ\llol' Improper erasureomission -, III I'II'I; : IH'O\'I'III.(
section, that ull : An opportunitx i i is i i ( of a, poison who hl i is most (
'.' reHirt| this hill willl'"t in a \ Irl'III..1 1> s.iult with intent to kill h is rt''I'all..1IyIIII) 1111' tl \ ilh'rrll\lhlj
',; who participated: in the ichellion .hall fuever now for first time, \\ it h 11' : 11- the ufli'use is cmbrace-d I in :-1101" I, ; 1'1'1 registered as 1 voter, wi not dcpiixhim 'I' vi away back in the ,
he excluded from the right of 1.II.t.tioli ce-ss, tool. in ac-conlanco \\ ill oureonxic of sub-chapter Illot'ehn11ter KU7: laws or of the light to xoto. i is entitled to yourself") that we have amongour military
; tramhiso all cases! relating to( uattomotttct's ) tions, ulI.IIIII! sure xushall it 11..t jo;>" .J1 1MW; hwll h an assault xxith intent I tminder Sot t' on taking the oath proscribed in th(! ill'II. I do lot say' that there i is none sobrave

: then I will(( say the proiMisitioii, will fully. or with intent to commit manslaughter UUh section nl the e-le-dion laxv as 1II'llh'.1. so able as he, btit I do say that none-

fie just undone xe could stand upon as 1\ h is made felony. hv r'I.till 7 of th'II.t of 1H77, incases xx has been so tried as be and 110\1,1 himself.

/...: matter of principle. ?\II\.thill is just xxhklexehides ovnm.l. a.tnl.'lIl.l'S CIll1' ."). An indictment 1 charging that S. ecntaunted his' 1IIIt does not appear on the list I 1 tl011:01: tU lofty -(' induced .
:; : trom privilege) illl.I1'owc'r nil the: .1UJl.lm ItWonn an assault xxith intent Icloniousjxwilfully bis riht to vote is iiimllcngod, he must the l.i)' tl"w\ of power at the command

:" infauuournlcn x\ho participated) in the rebel. [His Own Sworn Testimony I before the Il. maliciously, and of his malicidorctlioiight take t the oath required of persons challenger\ 1 of .'OII.i'lIl'I'. This i is why I claim

lion: land Committee. Jan. 1 II, ls3.I ] to murder, is i UIII'I'U- 7. The provision at the l'110f section 7 01 IU should ho !1:
i\ Garticld will now lucre reason to wish tit / 1f'f annul, lectlml, or iifiniil lo rl'/( of intent kllllil 1II1..I'r.H. the act of 1H77, (amending 11'di0I 111(; of tl )1' friends, I hil you I"HIight. I have-

that section had been put in, for the "in any stork uf( the Ci'ulit; JlttliiUff' o+' nf! rice I'liin1'tiiilic 111iol(;i. .\ new' trial wiUl0t "- granted on Ihl' act of IHOS,) reg0iringthe persons: offering t to 11..t question fairly. It may
famous men" of the South will assist in thl' liwl, nor uuy. illinlemli; / ur l.rtlt.;, alleged ground that the verdict is ('111111'11' vote to jiroduce WiICr"I' xxho are personally bo remarke-d 1 that wo have always talkedagainst

r. pertain defeat that awaits him.Oitti.txizixn (1 the verdict, however (' ins'pcetorsof I.tl., ('n'lh' I l'IUI.t up a military man. My( answer 1 is, wo do so,
1'oland'M 1,1x73laltield's'ftiu'iuucity l to support 01' lI'I.tIU
II.\S'OC''' [Judge Report .
SoiwHw run .
r TUB )ll. ] the witnesses: of the nspectixe with peculiar) lU'W't" unmthlrll1 by the not he-cause be is a military I'ower.Ve admire
An important political moxement is i mule 1'1'1lrl\ Hiding h.liIOIII i his and honesty, but HanCCK -
r. and gallantry
way, comprehending the organization of the: The facts in t' lr.1 tl )11. (lltl'II., t 1.> : parties result, \lfl'l:that it seems the: jury that jott'lt 'oll( htutol. i011 5,11 111,17 nrl! .'k I Is not uuly 1 soldier, hut he is a man, itijticn
that will or aced nlHlvet'l
veteran soldiers of the Union and (;Jonfedei found hy the eommitte-e are t't'.l injustice determination thcase imbuc-el\ with knowledge of what

(t ate: armies, irrespective of politics, into a with )11. AII to take ten slmies of l't.t under hll\ropI'r inlhll'l'l'aside. verdict not ,le/.ary but e\press.the opinion of it mujorit)' citirciisbip should( be 1 in gO"Crl'lt (1 1 r
tosct n
Ucncraillancock for 1'rc-si Mobilier( stock, hit not pay far the 7. A \ I .
solid support of ( ,1.1 cent 1\11.diidenel 1\\\t'lti.H the of ncxvldiscovered : of the court construing: statutes relating I 1 to law. Nay, there is Ilther'u"m ; 1'
rcceix'cd \ ground
I is called the: ( Anew grant a
Jent. The Veteran new organization Association, and its pit (1. in bonds and(tltI11'1'; nmct)'- testimony must: be l'IIlrl'1, the suhje.t-muttcr of the (controversy.. are many)reasons: hit le me.state ole more.'There .
Hancock in the North.
writ hu been
cent and also the lixtr with evidcuee that such testimony anually 1'ercmptory rl'fn"l't. a great oul'rr
motors say that the movement U: entln'lr; Il'\'n per 1'1'1.1'1'.1 1'0111 ) Alternative writ lllll'C that the Southern people were antagonisticto
dividend .
remoxed from ixilitkul associations: or the per cent cosh tog'tlr exists.Judgment A, A. Knight and I.. I). Hall, Counsel: 1 fil' the hnt.,1 the }
of the stick and Xortlmil Joverml'lt.
who with the
control of politll'lanl4.mon!; those price iltl't."t. II'f Imrll'1 and l I.. Clarke
I'ase/C 1'almer, T. ) Now it
:are active in taking the initiatory steps of n balance of $ IJ. This sum was paid "'. J 1. :<011. t'oul"d for 1''Illtil' in hi r. Relator ; ( Il'CI: 10 tllt South! for Winflehl: .'
for With
th Counsel Respondents.The
1\1111 Garfield chock the Sert, (; l'oul"t.1 I'rek'l I :01"1
what is ilesignetl to ho an inlluential to Mr.( by I on ror ;\tutcy.nl'I'rl.
: it scents: to mo thl'rc111"1
national organization having tlmadvunetment at-Arms, and JIr. Curlil.I.1 then t//u/tot .
oxNerful NeIrtit\
;> of Jen. Hancock's interest this f turn IMM the Imlalllc ( oftr par,/ Shil' t,d., l'rll"'IIpdlllt| Pa. n.. be 1 solid the same way. Surely, i"the
ljUddl/i Hancock
:solely in >view arc Gell."'III. F. !Smith, CeIYIa. il fur the stork.From L.i Maxo and! 1 C. Stokes: Appellant'!, I alc Craft $ '.-Aipeal | Southern sinister 'people choose must not only be-
some ( they
It. lo'rnllklinGcn. Slocum and (SenU'oodward. [ the New York Tlmet, February" vs. II. S. Keyser I'x'utrhI'I't': : 11'01 Hill-borough l'Oultr.Ramlll. great 1,1.great idiots. If this battle-
\ estah from Santa 'ir'uit J. : knl1111
been (
Heaclquartere have 1873.] Appeal HO"1
has and God that it
V be
the J. of mandamus will not lie to compel to a succ ess- grant
lishecl at the Union Square Hotel where ) Kelley and. Oarileld present modistressing > lil 'uJkelJrgll. :
lcllsl. I demurrer the to succeed in (he fullest sense'what better
in bes-sioi 1. If a party after it judgment UI"I u to levy on tile may
entrul committee will ]he daily figure. Their participation I In Hlll'rll" ptll.rh' instance he found than to
will he h,. against him, amends his pleading 10 which I the name defendant !IC'l'l4 can
the campaign. A meeting the Credit Mobilier affair is .
during eomplicate-d\ which is i the claimin, Hce the who I led the Ilo"tl of the Union
is i is formed hI !in plaintiff (
heM next week for the purpose of scleetini the most unfortunate of that an ue tri..1 ll'CUtlll. lan
the mcmhcrs of the latter.-Herald.KLECTIOX l'Olltr.ll.tiOIl" tl.t- jury, he wlivt all exec In that; the proncrty, I 11 equity that of time (1ei'induut rl'ceh'lnf tho vote of every lan who warred

JOUY.[From the New York Tinn, Februarv. :' might have taken to the Judgment or demurrer ami demanding of the Hherll'tlltIl l it What g'ut'r'I + pErrriKs. THE SOUTH be L to assign the If that not the
t PECIAL 1873.] and will not It'rlllll.1 levy upon i ns property to Itutl18n"hll.
Attoniej'-CJeneral; Devens.ln speaking ahou character of the Credit Mobilier xxa them for error in this fcndant. The plaintiff has other adequate then pray tell me whut )

Southern! i not the lea>t probable that the Republican well known at the time Congressmen bougliit. the court upon the reversed, Il Judgment I 1m 11 l' A I'LKMINCI }'WElT-Among, the speakrs

tiHxl any chance of doing anything in that t. Thus Uakcs Ames may have N\'c'lltl must not plead over, hut take his appc-a I James T. Maghi'c, Counsel for Appellant i at tho Hancock ratification 1'tlll at

section! in the coming. For elections this reason, except, he tttx pos l ,, in concealing his own motixe, which was to from the final! judgment perfected 1 upon the !1'lrklal'al", Counsel for AII..II.I.| Warrenton, Vu., wan Cen.1Ym. II. Payne ,. i
Virginia. demurrer
special ...Iwti.m.rl'f1lItil' bribe Congressmen ; their acceptance of thl atnrnu'd. ending lawyer of that town and a brigadierenend -
to appoint any
.notexjicct$in the Houth except: ill'il"inia.. The stock dishonor Wil not of on the that act, account. InIOl'lt.: iinn C.Judgment C. lunge and ii.I; (J.i McWhorter. Conn. Hancock and Mills, Apjmllant Hernundo, r,. Hale.Al'pt'lh'II.'al ,,. in (lieu Fitz Lee's Confl'lerltl cav-
elec\ an.ll'urt'il'utul county
There i is iKi immer appropriated to pay obvious fraud, still for ; John e.'r '. (Counsel try division. In .

Mon there deputies i is, a Democratic and! there Congress never will: unles9tliango be while Ii with Some reference of them to have the matter indulged which! in tc-stimonj has ;' Hl f II A\\1 A\'ldlallt"\1 Ull/ul.1.lwI'l U.tumid fide bidder for value ol the \'arrl'lItonle Ul'llllllofHclIIYll'I."plcdl la'I:

in the method of thwir appointment The committee h11clntnllcl'C1 Noel R. Rotkner vs. Cuthbert W. Ilc'klHr., I l\milllr)Smote transferred bc- (Ieneral Payne related an Incident ]>cr-
Roes with it. All such deputies appointiH.will the dittinctly rt-. Administratrix of Julius (C. ore due and I ph-u of want olonsidoration Illul to himself, which illustrated how en-

have to go without money, or get thei: \ tlt tntuwl1'Crl)' fmlt nf that mtllI.TM. it ii Appeal' 1'1'11 Orange ('ouutv.1"Ktrll (" : or fraudulent considerationoiixtitutes ; rely Hel. Hamock sought to end the war, l
fay from the llenublican} 1I1\rt, The At .flllml)untrue lt tfttlinoiiiijinii ti niter uattli }\ ./.: (' no ,lll'l.t' to an action on the uIHI HOn1 its hardships! to its victims Helc.scribcd
that the maJority 1ltnt.It iote unless facts constituting when his house War-
torneyeneralexulently sets : that two actions of ot ( 1 the scene at
in the South is *n great as to make ilduolNh iiwiultif, if g1' t 1njei ly, JHrJlrI. the same character consenting between the same parties nib defence, at before the transfer, is rCltl11'surrounded I at dead of Vight after
clear ot (Congress to 'Iitwih
It i duty
to appoint deputies, unless the) is tnt all who took ( Mol with like shall heMiihmittcd to the irought home to the holder, ali a plea ancoln's ul"llnaUon. in violation of the-, }
would lira v money from the gox'eminent,. l luli..lllnt 'r..lt urine jury at the sumo till, hl\'lnJ vhich ,1llot allege Ilti..C' is bad. rays of capitulation at ApHinuttot. and
As they cannot he will nut make the ajpointiuents. >- hil'r O.kc111'1. made no objection to the rendition UIvtnld Judgment atllrmcd.J. hlw he war dragged to Fairfax Court-House,
This determination of the At'kJrncGelU'n11 [From the Xc\ York Tiiltmir, February 10. at the time, will not be heard II uh.jc.t. T Maglu-c'( Counsel .\IIIt.laut'| ; $. thou h but rcc-ently badly wounded, and

does not tally with the Radkal 117:1: ] 1 S. A (I. It. !\lrklluU. for1] lok1 up in jai with Federal d1'rteJ'l.1 .
statement that there are Kepuhlicaii James A, (ilrli.I.I.ofJhio. had ten share(; 2. A defendant 1 Is asktsl if he knew of his i lee.erry ,\ the propc-rty (' then had in the world,
majorities in several of the Southern Statcwf.m1ess never paid U ; r''c' WJ I"" which,, 'uwn knowledge certain mater. in issue in I ('onlllllj of 111' und equipments, wer

the Radical leaders work on Attoruey ifter the inviftigation Ital. he was am he suit otherw ire than ( |MTSOIIU| ommti- M. Johns all Krwin: Johns, l Ktecutors : Wi Illlull hi. ull. anti front thence I Iwas
time, there will IMJ no insulting dept- OakC111 to himself. whu fllililtrutrix is the pluintllf; A. Johns, deceased | 11, 'ith four companions, he was hounded t
> Alpelaltl
ties, ignorant; of everything decent, at the Well, the wkkediiev of all of i is tmtth'lt'n 11'1,1(,/ That the '1"liuI1' not an nuprulmr | Addie .\. Johns,, Appclc'l'llcal Trough the streets by an infurlat. mob
Southern i lolls next fa -LbrreJlpllldtlU" Set- : hetrael the trust of the 1>) ,, under c'hapter l'J
ninmih ..YtW"Goum IIlcn'their constitueiit-i, and trans'iu hy .e\uliuns reverseel.Si. J: with the assassination. 'rJ Washigton s

HUM But it I is the part of win i ... eonfeei| the tions to I'lair-Abrum.-: HUnlnlrll. ( '111"4 The statute regulating 1 change of venue he war tran.fc-rretl. In May, John.
IT ) he' disgraceful. K. ) setting up fear flint a party Inland and supplied with the unplea.s.it .
meantime, to inculcate the Ki- fur'IIt'lalt t J'u"t'r. ul.m( lt.la\1 I IJ'I
aunt,that in the all party men must tkk to the [l'nJJ the New York Trilu( February ::!f; \l'_ wlllot r'he I fair trial on account of the information that he would be held for

on. nominations! ; unless a change is determiatxl l .] Juljc (' ('(," limits the power lluully. Whilst thtt every effort was
laity It Iu in oil-years tn Mr. Anus establi'hes very clearly the I",lit lenryC. 1.I u'. John H. Watkins lal.1 court to one removal; it second change Julle fur hU rc.w bv Interesting homes Oi'In

iiuleiK-ridt-nce upon. may, tb Ignoreniil\ noini- hat he was not alone in this ott'II'. If' Ifi Whilctl'II'lalt.., xs. "f venue being unathoriicil.ceimentor wily i hU behalf (( O rant was addressed. hHel. \
preach and to hold leaders\ to a utrict account I tit esjMUrd, jot brilicry, t.l 1/ 'hit here Iilu, \( | -al from Alurimluurunty. cr of c'rrUr cannot give it validity. U-e; Henry Winter Davii was .ap-
in all matters atlecting the party''mgdx.l .*. bribldfJuM <)<> with hint.Albunv I (- Judgment reversed.H. }'roachcil 1 through u relative of Ids wife; and

und that of the community, but in a [ Kieiii/t'j Juunuil, FchrUdl' 'Jtt, : \\\'tttcnll.I : J. :. Y. .'ille)', Counsel fur .\I'lllal'; >eals were made to Secretary Htanton and
I'rvs'ulential; year-soiuethiiigfniust Ui i lour Mr. DUWC-M tlcr'l"Ith le I. If it is "huwl that an instrument of Uining A Daniel, L Counsel (\I'lllcl. I. 1,11 in authority. Hut no one could be

done I, forgiven, or overlooked l, fur the lieation. {{' ( Kelley, )Ir. (!ar- I writil/expresses something dittrcnt from lured to concern himself in the matter
time being, in the interest of the general' ell and Home of the Utltf do I not tumid intent of the |,artim, ,city will rc-- Inlt.[ Kelly & (' J. (I'A fplluuts, At length Jen. )'u\"nl addressed a letter to
uod.-Su/l and I'rrit. "luitetto will. i. the nature of I flrl it Ill as to make it conform to such KlyCandeeiV: { '':Aj>- Hen. Hancock. The'reply was an instant

: i'arty men will II') doubt stick to party .t heir ulll'IK? Their was that they I Irc'jo intt-iit. Thu 1 proof must l he clear |peal from NU.SSUU ('uut) cJIt'r for hi-i rell'W the 'parole+ granted
nominations care more for \. tlian cilll"t franklyan+l ful"nll the truth-tha't udiiiini-tratrix is entitled u.-. widow, 1'11' i I'ulitnburyli, J:, tho (Confederate unity;, and. Netter still, an
C, c-ountry ; theistu.ws of their party}'>, in try tfu'/lltt amid jiremrirnteil und iiiwrrjjie'entftt. I laviugcle-ctisl 1 I thild'n |'art, to one-half oft 1. A garnishee must not only have actual .her for the restoration of all pro,'crty taken
their r whew vastly\ more important than the This the whole of it. We dn not I (.tute. The 1 falhtr of her husband i is e'n- ".ss. w.ii of defendant' projierty. but there (111 him On his r.tur home !in June, lu'tiuwl

welfare\ of the public- Hut the trouble is indertukct to shield I them from the charge of i itled to ul lulr. I'lidtr xuchiircuiastaiiefM 1.1.I.t be, exec'I.t in cases of fraudulent 111IN' waiting hb tull his own as well a.

that there are many men who have hitht'r111"uft..1 ,lrr'lJiwl. They rllrtrt II it und they muitutter I lieiulininistratrix, without the order of u, "II\I"I. privity, express, or implied, of 'VI.trl.t 4 I '" .horse und all their c'ttlIeulemitseapt
curt t f ( jurisdiction, cumiot di- ami interIKween! I esjie-c-ially \ ( for the ill:
\ with the Kcpubhcan: i arty who arIt..t (consequence I ( i > 'IIII.t'lt| I theparni-heeand (; &Ion 'a\uel
men in thuscii>e ; these are theones I trLlttth".tntl' hmtrumcntpurlMr1-| tl defendant bv which the tt'f'utLutwllllol..I6 l'ripll"n u p.n it. That hvvord was upprc{ *..
party who will not endorse "bad nomiiutioiM. I A\ )T11 Eli l.nx". Wlx\t.-. Rolurttonner ; their rtpecthe intert a right of action, or al iatul 1 I by uiliilHeer kitting! uii4ni the trial of(

." slim .,,' .-* it ia 1'rtsiilential I I write to a frcwlln Kentucky) that I (" having no wlreh.f e-onveantcxa. > IJI I I e claim against the garnUhti to rcsovtr ) n s. Mirratt. sad wa U-mg worn by him.iikhort .
thin latter\ fact does not han the jNwer n his mare Lucy ( has an animal i Mcen tech other, ma)' l>e cfltitive. in otuhtyhen \ lwll'rt.Ji'r his IWI use either at the I I1r..lt J I tilt 1 hat,tl Nt."'I lrt1u hicu.ul.I .
year"with tI..1I111-11 it (L...* With }aart.). men I kith more "|Kci i than either Uirullwiu: : \ atviite'lto by tit parties ma (' 'iii ratyoit'ty. or sume future lime. 1 I will \\uc hUJI.I.lfwn h rl lIL ',

willing to forgive ur ox vr- : .'i urn,t. Starlt or I'ucahoiitaM. JI recently .i ( I dm..pot vet the h-gal title init maker of u negotiable note .11111 filn'lI. 'fht audiene-v (" under'
whei J
)l.n,k tire for the time "la\luu.thu uuttUl s ol : reeve "er quarter .of u. utile u ninetyiXcnMiunilxagnn :- her IUM l.t.I I Iw ('hlr.I.1 garnUhc-e of the l'l ( t.at in the generosity, the Ju-tie-e. ullltht
mean M \.tt n1'0 in Ilur.ll-al.l.a-.alf ; :3. KI..wll..I"111| time }part off vemKethatnulherisin I Idle II.h note is current, unlcx* it ll'IN'lh IJIhcrUkl conduc of iea.; Hunfotk il
t'Uwlilat. +oiWliarmitthercal.e't They of a" >r"'I'J. aud fcbe'Jll'W 11 tlr.tI } )>unM.v.ioii of land, (the \'IIt thut garniihce has it ,in hU own pssetll| "cigsarutl| vtly tritin |oat tr the"i>takerXt
t and wh"1 the party through I trek. t'a "ulk,'. in :.W}. a'mrryhmiJa : ) IttlifviiiK that the I is in )ixmM-siloii+ us a .iou and under his own eontml.Judgment \ l'll\ nc.lt anllwglanll\l1 spirit
thmkiiu men.onrani/.Uion pull mt-n as cau.li.LiUswh ,,river who weigheil ln.1 |Muinds.He 'rant (toiiphil with, tiotic-e (en.trui live by l revt-rM.il) und new trial awarded. I lt d wiy he v a \n.km.GIrIIlautukave'rsIaoeht.ssi'irrreuce

it.regular dnnotd' lhi. II the >.tH awl I I "* rw-ordlof I the oiiitent,of an instrument. J I. M. all H. I. Hake l'uu.el for .\1'111lauh ( JI,*
( ,. done il u.thi.nu-taiuv that cannot f" jyiv i, utlu'r hmil the rll.tilli tu the land, hut nut )u-sin": the ; I). M. IIUllu.1 uul U Fleming, t. arded the Incident tvplc-ulof flue uuut--timer

they nT will..lrt.Ia"wit support them. The)herein hrI.t i over wl.ldallu mu-t iti.Iliu..lf. J-.al tll in 1.1..tur. in hU'h, LY"&de- (!(unt1 fer '\l'II'I lut; lrtideiit uf the \nih'1 t"le.



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..uISCBLL t."l.t broken-hearted., One day last week Mr.llainforth dividual nioie clever with non-preferred) ; TIME CARD X K IV S C II I.! J t'' I'H: *
was!'! planting a field of nhouttw'nty.li'c hand, more equally adroit tlC both, sides! I CONDENSED \ 1
TIIHIFT.-The expressions} !'! ''thrifty," "fore acres, !situated near his I hou"c.He of his )Jorc.ml1trlrl in muscular OK THE
handed," lJod manager," npphfd to individuals had not been nt work long when he discovered growth ; \ tcndtocmializcthe, two halves A WLF it WEST .0 .' I
In every. community are too familiar what at litllt !seemed I to he ft fri"!'h of the brain, giving n \better cerebral development TJ'f" SIT U.\1 LIW.\ JXnLTLX. !
to need any definition I li'crc.' One man furrow across! the middle, of the field.! Ill'fo'tolc,1 and will ('on1< II'nthr1It'r hll PENlNSt'LAR ) r-aOIUH\: | { 1"IOlln.\ .
begins! with nothing and step I by, step nccumulatc.s.land \, work and followed the track to a more 1'1.t iceuble to society( Inll hll I.lf: JL1.HO.\J .---. !_--*
J. money, possession' until he betoiucs fence which separated 1 the field} from a Cl1'II"C ( l/I(,)
|I a rich man. Another, beginning/ thicket of undeibrush. On the fence he How Tit: (:lOOIl Ol.l> Sc\Xt"IXAVI\X Cl'S- \SI
T\ with a competence loses' !, wa tcs, spends all found blood and some sheep's wool, width TOMS .Utn KK1T: IT IX Tit: XOHTII\'F1 T.- ('U1\IIEHI.\XJ ROt'TE.In 1 N L AN D '
\ lie lias, ami sinks! your hy year into deeper at once convinced him that the body of a l'I''a1l' there hns never l'c'(1 II ,
!\., Poverty. Home 'OllllgI1ell go" through college sheep had, been Drugged! across the'fence.He Ilillf.1 glorification over 1 wedding/ us 1'ffict Jil>ru. "
ami manage not only to )pay expenses! went to his:! pasture: and found that u that made Nils Peterson and Mali J. : .\ %
hut to lay up money, while. others get,: in lar c (Cotswold ram was missing.: Accompanied Aaincn man: and, wife. The (' (iOl.VO SOUTH.Leave s'r.\Jln C
debt continually ami for 11 long, time after by four or five neighbors )Ir. Rain-: performed, last Friday at St. 1'1'1111WI'Ohif (Church. Atlanta, (la.. 2.1..I'. M.
receiving their diplomas: have to work hanl, forth made search for the 111I1'"illgh'I': '. north of Sioux Fa IK'by the Rev. O. Sando. Leave' Macou, ( 7.4.> I'. :I .
to got ('\'ell. It seems !so easy to the constitutionally The track through the brush was marked The (..otllc'l'le to church by' Leave Hr\n:04wi'k.: rich man to accumulate that heannot by drops" of blood, and tufts:' of wool. Aboutsfxty \'(' II'c'llIilllll"1 ., from Arrive lerl11lila. .lo.l.j .\. M.Ijcave .
(* understand how hit neighbor) is: uj- rods:! from the fence thev came to a there they' went to the home of nlt' groom, ..'..10."n:: .\. I !

t ways! 'flonmlerlng. in lebt ami poverty; it ledge of rock forming, one side of a sttl.p near Hl'j'lIhl"11 Po,.t-OHlce, nine miles Arrive llaldvvin. l.'i* J'. M.Ixave I. .tl I .. .;; _
seems so hard to pet his head nhovc water to hill. The track led directly to this ledge. in from 1..11. the gilriltinn held. llaldvvin for Jacksonville\ ..: l."o:: 'p.'M. 1 ..
,i; the constitutionally poor, iiiiin that he looks which was Ii 1\1 11,1, an opening' I / of !sulHeitiit Feasting! and ralllJt, 1111111 right Arrive. .Ja'k ( Route). '_'.a.; p. M.
'j s upon the success n't'his I1d.thhllrll'lllllt; to he size to admit the body of u large man. A away and were up until the: following I1'ill'1.
1( explained by any theory consistent with large) charge of ginnt powder was exploded, TIdaIlrt: of the time there were Leave I Illdwil I I'I Cedar Key. 1.30 I'. M. :\1 11'\/KXj.; ;:! No :

honesty and plain. "lrai;. lltf"rwllrIIt'olilljC., in the opening, and the rocks! were thrown\ as many guests present, and during Arrive \111,1", (.Junction P. R. 1)) 4.1 I'. M.Leave .
lie ean't help starving; the very ncresthat asunder, hthe "Ia't.rhclI t the smoke lll' whole four days there was :steady \raldo.:1> P. M.
]his rich neighbor would, win a fortune' from. cleared, away the farmers drew near and going. and ('llnin There 1 is no: .\ ( ; : J'. M. THK: 8CITV n.DlrJ:
Though ninny men get rich hy acting! the part peered down the opening\, and there', among way of kiiowimr how ; there altogether. Leave ( iainesville. V-lt II'. M.
if the :shark aiming (h Hies, the spider among; at least: a 1wagoll.IIIII.lol'. 'Ill'!!, lay a lingo; but' the preparation1 InllW'f': made, for Arrive Cedar Key. !'I.O> I'. M. OF ltiiIM> r:TO\
in! cct.s!, the hawk among birds, there is a Mack snake, iinhering from his hurt. The their entertainment indicate something of T.il.. to.I'k: III\io ami North of I'.ild- C'LAItK.
large class: who attain Wealth by creating; it. farmers waited until tlie snake wa'lcII'IIII.:' and, the crowd. For 11'at t\1 large oven were win tai .\14 DAVID
and who in such creation confer vII..IIlar. then attached a chain to his: body and roa"I"l'h"ll', all of whih1; :< devoured I ; uniMi; XoltTlt.Leave .
\ cr 1/enelifs upon their neighbors than they dragged; / the monster: out of his bole. lie IIHI poiuuN ot '-' aNo served.together Cedar Key. -1.15 .\. M.
> reap themselves.! Some years ago a poor; measured ''in'I'lIlh.t seven inches in length, with liberal supplies: \\11'! of cavaire ; Arrive (iaiuc:\i'llc. Ml .\. :I. ./-r 'H.: FAST "r.*.

f.irmer: who was nlso n liou u-hulliler, weary and, the biggest! part of his body was over bread, : and pastry enough (lor a regiment, nnd, Leave ( fainesville. .">o.\. I ..-- A --
of (ontimiiilly lighting; ; "the wolf at the two 'feet in circumference. He had, an ugly- dl''sl sucli( I as is made, in the old ('country.'. Arrive Waldo, ( P..1. R. June.). JUS .\. M. { <: : : : <
door," conceived, the hnppv thought of conI looking he.id, and enormous: (:.ingx, sharp ;asneedles. : : prodigally during the whole Leave Wnld.. .-".) .\. I WI"11'1:11
"I verting ,part of the unproductive w'" 1 land: : The mining ram lay beside. him.crushed :supply' of; drinkables: wax almost Arrive Maldvvi.1J.17 1':1
on his farm into charcoal, which he sold. of ami, \ -1IXI'-:
out shape, covered with a : a young deluge and cigars, were Cum. !
:* ami thus !ll'c\Jrll11nJH'y enough to )put up a sticky, glutinous substance.,: I visited the i"IH.IItle, box. Six barrels of beer, 1"11-, 11'1.I'k"olilll', ( Io\tl'.I1.. ).. : i A.. M. .
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,f 'ol1l'lc of houses. These he 1I1.lnt IL protit. I'nt' to.cla\', and saw the IIInlltl'rlIakl': : I Ip-Ifl'\\'I.,1 from sacks of :
: 1II.lln a f'w'CIII'1l rose to independence and, While I was: there, men were at work clearing barley ; 1 of 1'1'1'1 11'nhol. fortyix Leave Hallwlll. ... ::........t.o 1 t'. M.Arrive I S ten me i- City: of Itridgrton,
: si high position: in tho town where he ,lweI I. the den of hones. In a corner one of gallons, was tak1 out from town, the surplus Fernandina. .{I-, I'. M. I CAPT. JOHN FITZOERALD,
4 Another man, the owner of a rich and well them picked, up a human skull. It was to be 1.lUlwt. 1111'11 gallons: of wine Leave Fl.1'111)lla............. : .; J'. M.Leave .
{. 9 situated, farm, spending; a largo! share of> jiis :;small \like H .\ ,; time discussing: )politics, and gossip with to the light. Mr. Hainfurtli: was standing diluted, somewhat f for use, and the whole Leave Macou: S..Io| .\. 1 Thursday night Vegetable Trail of the

neighbors m.ikmg, no improvements 011 by niv side when the man came toward, supply of liquor' was tap for, Ar Atlanta, Ia....... ..... 1.15 I'. M.

his farm, not even developing the resources' \ us: with tlie l'kulllll his hand. I He glanced" anybody who could ,"lntilluall-any While, Trains to (' Key and South of Said- ATLANTIC. (oru'ET.: INDIA .-

lie had at command, was obliged. first to at it, and. staggering. : against! a tree, buried of course, most of those present felt the influence win daily except Sunday.PENINSULAR: ASH .
mortgage. and then to M'IIIt. The man who his 'face in his hands and burst, into tears. of their beveraging' there was no RAILROAD I I'E RAILROADS,
hought! put the farm at once into perfectcondition ( "Poor little Xellie," he cried', through his: I beastly intoxication 11,1'ct.thll was ( ) IXSlL.\
: \ stumped' it, underdraincd, it, Molt:<. "My Cod, it I is horrible !f" After a (carried; on without any breach of good na IrM"11. Icavinz ( 'I'ltt' Street Dock direct for Savannah.
I made the buildings. ample and l'Ullllilrlllhlt'i timehecontrolled his feelings awl tolil me the tln'1 the' tile ,lillin'Ilt on, ex i.oixu son n. 'Passengers: 111.1 l shippers are assured: : :
\ and after realizing from the ( : story of his: little daughter's mysterious disappcarancetwo : ( such Intervals as the participants \\IIIlo.llldilll.. ti.dO .\. M.Leave I. of connection at Savannah\\ with the steamships
I over und over again all he had spent in improving \' t years: ago. The bones of the Iuilg (,, to rest. It was altogether Hawthorne. 7.10 A. 1 : ': and trains: for the Xorth.Steamier .
r; it, sold it at treble the price he paid little one were gathered and buried, in the the most extended, jubilee that the Arrive. Lochloos.i: :.1U A.M. !
for it. Of course this occupied years as all f.IIIIIIInt in the ('l'lIll'trlit West! Union. Northwest: has known and will be long;! remembered W\XI NORTH.Leave Datiil Clark,
I 1 Mihstantial acquisition must. Opportuni The itiscovcry was kept from Mrs. Uainforth: I 1I I those who took part.-.sV \ ; ties of this: character are always occurring/ for I the poor woman I has never ceased to mourn j:,!>(/)k'Jt'l"r"Uf"h.) Leave Hawthorne.10..15 A. M. CMT. P. H. WARD, j
I and he who can sec and improve them takes for her lot. child .
: ami her husband: ; feared .\rr Waldo Junction.ll.15! I'. M. Leaves Centre Street Dock Wednesday :
no unfair advantage: injures no one but on this would afl'ect! her she FIII.-One day, while every
l seriously being; in C\Tl'llSt Trains from Wald'jto'! ) :<:IIII'l\t and, Satnnlav for _\ touching at
t f the contrary becomes a creator of wealth and delicate Jl<'lIlIh. There. can:\ be, no doubt\ as catching lill 1 0\\:04: as usual: I noticed :number Tuesday: Thursday and Saturday.CONNECTIONS. ISRI'XSWICK: ST. Y.\XX.\I. EX
\ \ n benefactor to the community in which helines. to the identity of the skeleton, for a gold of :snakes: tin- common water I moccasin: : DOISOY ((8A. :DIX': 1.\1 ali
t' ', ,i; bain which she wore around her III'ek'II':! approaching: the lll or foot, way of stones. ,
t : }1.: There are multitude'!'! of men who acquire f"ulllllllllnllg the bleaching bones, The water yet lac( !'n.rlllhc':04: of reach- ATI.VXTV. .Memoranda.Steamers .
f'' f a snug competence by mere saving.. Having ,ling the top of the l'tol'ulhll1 it was: f Close "connection is made at .\tlltl.: fia.,
jli I ;{' ti certain income they put away a 'lived, sum\ FKVTH: OK )1.: lnHy.-YI/'ItI't., an j'lIgli..h.l'ultlil'lItlnll ; rushing in quite \ carrying with to and, from all points: North, East, West: and are connected bv Tlirougli: Tariff
I week by week, or year by year! and compel prints the letter III'II correspondent I it \. hiill-intimows and small white I perch Xorthwest: with the Atlantic. Cnlf I\West. India Transit
themselves! to live on what is left. This they who wa-s struck with some remarkable : whidl' were unable to resist it. Watching daily.AT M vcox, ov., : and Peninsular: Railroads., nnd via Savannah

\\f do not hy denying/ t themselves, the mih:-tantial exhibitions! that he 'found in the hotels of tlie snakes, I saw 011' after another reach With for, Columbus, (!ia., with :steamships: : for Ualtimore I Philadelphia
(comforts of life! hut by dispensing, with the lTnitcd States. In some of them lie the dam and take twirIulill: 111'1 it, submerging Montgomery T.ill. ( Ell'a\l' Orleans.AT New York and llostoii.Lor : .
\\ :
If it.s luxuries ; not by any meanness, but by says, many: hundreds persons: : dine simultaneously 1- their lead,, 1\"hie State-Room*, Tickets, und all otherparticulars
t' rigid and tin relaxed economy, by cutting oil' : in the same room Before entering whi'l were raised: nboiit-nti inch alll\ III 1'US.\SIIX\: \., apply to the following Agents:
,: the siHHTfluities of (expenditure.:. They "see" the guests! : leave their hats with a :servant and, pointed in the direction of Ihcincoming With New York and Fernandina Steamship and Oflices:
clearly that the money so easily spent for standing, at the entrance for the purJMISC tide. In this position. I counted : Line I'rol New York \\tI1t'"a ', at Fernandina, Fla.-lIpl J. L. Roumillat,
I i ribbons and laces!, for cakes and,\ preserves!, of receiving, them. The servant does: "C'II'1lIukl': :<, arranged in tl1'\1 inter lO.Vu.; ) m., and for New Oi Friday at Agent, Centre ., ( W'I'II 1'elI1111 Third.Savannah. I
: I i f for cigar 1 *, and ice-cream, for candy and not check the hats, or arrange them in any \ .., n space of 1 h-ss than sixty feet. I .'{.4i( p. m.; from Nassau: :\'. P., on Wednesday (!a.-(.'or. Hull and Jrnl Sts.t ,
1 knick-knacks, if put in the savings bank will particular order, and yet he promptly hands came to the conclusion at once that they ; for Xtissau: X. P.. on Wednesday. opposite: Pulaski: and l'ren'l HIII"I .
( in time amount to a handsome sum\, the interest eiuli to the! owner on he returns from the were and wlt'hllhl'l, with a good: With ( icorgia and Florida Inland Steamboat Jacksonville, Flu.-Corner Kay und Pile
i, ,' of which will enable them to have all dining room. The most remarkable case: deal f.hilA I'I'-t: Pretty soon 1 saw one head < '". from Savannah on Tuesday: Wednes Sts.t: Dr. L'Engle's Drug, Store; A. C. Lanj -
thcnieo things they desire! without draining, noticed 1 by the writer was at the Fifth Avenue strike going. under, the water, reappearing tay,1rhla1111 Sunday; for, Savannah\ on j>here, Ticket Agent ; A. L. Jlungerford,
ft 1 iiion) their capital. The small streams keep' Hotel. Xew York There the attendant in Uilument with I very large bull TII: and Sunday.With Agent.St. .
I tho rivers full When tho ten thousand, little he writes!, sometimes has' as many: as minnow in its: mouth.' The :snake immediately ,Charleston Steamers: (SI, John's und .\uI.m-tl': Fla.-On the P.ay, It. 1.'. I
l' rivulets that make tho Mississippi: the 'five hundred hats in his charge, at one time. loosened its hold upon' the rocks: and, City J'niiit) from Savannah und CharlestonWednesday .\rllll'trlll t. .t,
\ "Father of Waters" dry up the river narrows Most of t them belong to pel-sons' whom he swam for the shore, reaching wlikh it disappeared : and Sunday; for, Savannah and Palatka, .Jrl'lI. Lilieuthal Unit! hers: .t Co.. "
\ r, I in its: hed and shrinks to comparative has never before "('t'll. 'Ihc 1 owners go in in the bushes ; and t this was repeated ( !lr.toli Monday and Friday. Agents. \

'I insignificance; so the little savings: make br and out in crowds. ]Hut without ti moment's nt intervals by each. of the seventeen !lnkr Will Steamer }'t.r daily to and, from St. CJUSTAVE LKVE.icmTul ; .
l' and-by the largo,: competence ; so' ) the little hesitation, the servant returns! each one his When they returned: frol the bushes, having 1\hlr\"II:., and ll'IIII-\\'I.kl to ali frolllt ( Passenger Agent.W. .
leaks dissipate: : the largest fortune.A own hat. He explains hi.s: ability to do thishy made, short) 'Work of their "1'lteh. each : Mary's: River Landing! *. F. BARRY,

,J l : great man)' men become entangled 1 in saying\ that he forms u menta'l picture of snake sought his own particular location on AT 11VIIIWIX, KM., General Agent, Savannah.
I hopeless! embarrassment and because the owner's face inside his hat, ana that, on the rock being, no clashing: of J. X. HAUUIMAX,
) : : poverty' : looking at hat. the wearer's face is instantly tlc1' inf'r- With Trains for Live Oak Tallahassee: all

JI 1..:, they tin not "llgure" on the enterprise' *' they brought any before his mind's There: ests: t: there. how is this for reason all points in Middle and West Florida.AT 1 Manager.I .
/ eye. stinct? How do these
ij : \ ), engage in und satisfy themselves thoroughly : snakes: : know whereto
will a iu>rsou who ilid roiiinrk/ilili-! <. nl'thill V, KM.,
., "C, that thevcan carry through: what tliov un1 ; ; -- ;; locate t themselves, and the particular stage 1.011 1.001 HUII n NCIIIj: la
I ... ilertako not only ".ithol1t1u:04:4: hut with positive knllnt the Metropolitan I Hotel t in Xew of the tide at which tostart: on their fishing With Steamer .Up/I for all {mints undlandings
York years ago. He was colored, man uf1II1t1Jl excursion ? How do know : Orange l arrival of Peninsular
that on on
(;lIln. They are like the man in the they I number 1akl', TiE HTKAMEKS
age who stood in tho hroullll111 orentrance of minnows will be the miniature Hail road I .
Itible who "begun to huild hut was not able : swept over .
to I1nl: was t the wonder particularly' of Westerners
I undertaking, trusting to good; intentions' who where then the habit many of stopping nnd I that leave go )oyond for others my' comprehension to With Stage Line! for Ocala and Tampa on r ST.. ..1011S J g [ CITY POINTYT1LL }
determination answer
strong industry and luck to tll'l
\ at this house when in Xew York and )llllwrl'lll'sda: )' and Saturday ; from .
lint the facts nnd who
carry them through. Hut they always come\ : r1ain. any one will I .
his domes were one of the things that they Ocala lil,1 Tampa Tuesday, Friday and Sunday.
take the trouble
1 M out u little behind or wry much hI\I111111111) may verify them nt anytime .
attribute their failure ill-fortune. talked about on their return home. More duringthesummerby u visit. to to A few
than once did they conspire. defeat or puzzle .\T ('EI.\U KEY, KM.,
months ago! a young, man in possession: : : of 1I a l'r'ck.-NInt -'fjl. '
him by a large! number hurriedly crowding With Tampa Steamship Co.'s Line for
tine of ,
piece ''ro)1'rtfor which lie had time
[ ) into the dining-room tOletlll'rlInll at ASrouvor How SENECA ) Manatee Monday[ and ',
\ granted, to fully purchase: : and with a coinfartablc TUB : )1\111 ASfnri.rs Tampa all Thursday "
salary was obliged to give tileI'roll'rh' the same time thrusting, at him their hats: FI'SI.-\ !t.1t' ('II'1 to us from at 4 p. m., all for Key West Sunday IUIITlmtIlay -
many of which were designedly new 1\111111'4 Samamanca. which reproduce. at (Ii 1'. m.
.simply because he did not ( 11'lIt-
) "ligure"upon
the! various in which he nearly alike as possible. nut whether the I ly some expired leases were renewed I With the rnitcd 1 tatl'l and Havana Fust "
thought lie saw He came out short conspirators came from the dining-room; together Seneca council, among. thl'l being,one Mail Steamer Adwirnl for Kl'y'l.t, Havana, \ leave }l'rIH111 for Jncbolvi\
money. as they went in or in smaller which of Cuba, on arrival of Special Train Tuesday 11 and '
u hundred dollars in that, he indulged in groups' by reason the improvements\ made every : ( intl'rJllli< lall-
i purchases that unwise and though or singly. the ready and self-inissessed master "1'.11 it,,was so valuable (hut u thou:>and Ith'rnlol, at 4..31 j p. in. Fr1 Havana, ings on the St. John's River, and Savannah
( were : :
I every other qualification for success possessing : of the fiats nromptly, courteously, und dollars bonus was paid I to renew it. The CuhlL and Key every Saturday. Spe and Chnrll.tol as folows :
hut the of unerringly handed 1'111'11 one to its! owner, of Indians gravely decided I that this to connect.With .
one "counting tho cost: he i is 'oun'i
destined ever-Increasing. embarrassment whose f Rice he now saw for the second time. Iwn\ was their own property.and i was: Steamer Knteniritt for points on the From Fernandina
: ,
and his family to a hopeless) struggle with These were \111.1oubtt'tlh'1nl"uI11 feats of remarkable agreed) that the board bills of'the lelhl'Nnll Suwaiinee River, on Thursdays at Ii II. m. FOR JACKSONVILLE PALATKA
poverty. memory. They are more the result otticcrs should ho )paid out of it, and the For il1ilrlatiol respecting: 1'011', rates, \l ,
Tho thrifty" person does not regulate his of training; than the exercise of extraordinary balance divided among them. Thev went etc., apply to ;KVEUY; WJ'UX15.\: ;
expenditures. to the scale lIatunlll'ow''I'S.i' to alaw\'r of the town and asked him to A. O. )hdIOXELr
according adoptedhy '
I his neighbor. He tllkl''lIlC'ount' of stock WHY WERE RiciiT-H \NPED.-)Dr. John an equitable 11h'iilll of the money ', C.eii'l Ticket Ia" l'l1 From FernandinaFOll
D E.
and\ decides what he can and \\ lmthecaniiotallon A, Wyeth, of Xew York, in an interesting. which he It''tl to do. Then the braves '-11XWEL" d'eu'lSupt. :1TIIK I ( .\ CHARLESTON
buck --- \\\'X.\l ,
went hall with the .I
and acts accordingly.I He is not drawn prj>cr on "Anatomical Reasons for Dex- th'ol\cl proud
into extravagances by the example' or solicitation Preference in Man\( ," which ai'poars in consciousness: : : performed worthily} : FLORIDA ji EVERY FRIDAY.-
I of those around him ami he I is content the "Annals of the Anatomical Surgical their duty-the more so, as the

'I't to hide Ids time and await the certain Society of Dnioklyii. :\'. Y.." for April arrives they intended to l pay could not be collected. ( COMPANY Mellouvillc Close COI11'.tlon and made, with stC'ult>JIl
returns of safe investments made by itulus. at the follow ing conclusions : 1\I'gnlltlEI Hut tht'r Wl'r muttering' 11mDI'UO11XT for Enterprise: also with
try, forethoughf and ocenomy.A \ "I. Man is right-handed by preference, asa Illmg some of them, which ers with steamers Ockluwaha lliver; also: at Savannah
another consultation the Xew
result of his anatomical development, l'uhnlluh..lln over York Philadelphia,
I TERRIBLE F.\TE.--tHng'r Ridge, near 2. The arrangement of the embryonic disjiosal of the lioiianzu. They disputed and lloston and Haltimor and at Charleston with

I West Union, Adams County. Ohio,/' rugged; protoplasmic clement is such that the:liver wrangled after the motlpnl't1: \ fashion of Fcruamliiin* tltl'umt'r for Philadelphia, ISaltiniore -
upland district!' ii much excited over the developing on t he right side rl'IIt1.r 1 outgrows the pale faces' and finally settled upon a and with Northeastern & South Carlo
killing of an enormous-black: snake, which its opposing viscus, the tll'lt'I'II.1111t1 pusbcs ,'oune widely dillerent from that agreed ToitiiM on 1C. It. Line, liiia Railroads for routes Xorth. East and
for several years has played havoc with the tho heart to the left of its:> original position upon at fnt:. A talI't'ppl'r.llort son of >\ est.FIRSTCLASS.

farmers' flocks ; hogsitoultry. calves fcheep, in the median line, causing: an obliteration the in!. the attorney And C'edar Key. : PASSENGER; ,
etc., have mysteriously disappear: !, alwavsat of one of the two originally symmetrical of their conclusion, und accordingly DATIONS.Tlirough Atmno
night. Two years ago a wind of gyi"sfes arches! of the aorta, and an obliquity of the ho welt down to the otticeot the attorney -
were camped the nei hhrhon", and they remaining one. and saluted him with : Tik.tl ami Staterooms
were accused of stealing, the missing loss of "Say, Davie, we 'elude to make different ami all at scue
)propcrtv. 3. This symmetry involves. an arrangement Offers to Lessees and a large fur lwt of'e.
John Rahiforth, u farmer who grl'atJ.rJlutt of the great vessels: of the neck 'ran (inllt" 'bout that mone'e decide l'rchN ner Centre and &'ondhtrlt: .
red from these depredations swore out and upper extremities hy which the artery let board bill go, to h-1, IUd "we take whole number of the mot eligible and desirable 20-1y c. .\. XOYES.A. .

a warrant before 'Smire Peter Anns and had carrying blood to the right arm {is more favorably thousand dollar to .Ih'ill.up! Lots suitable) for
Purposes for II.
several of them arrested. They had a pre situated and receives more blood 'hL settled it. The attorney wlul'kl'tl up nu.Oill XOYES,

liminary examination, but nothing WIISIlrun'l1 than the one to the left arm. while the left money among: the intelligent Indians, City or Suburban nIdtu'l'
against: them and they were dis t'lLrotitl and vertebral arteries supplying} the and everybody, except the hotel.kt'IIt.n GIWCEn1 SHIP CHANDLER,

l'hurgL'fTht'Y went away muttering threats left half of the enccphalon, which presidesover was Itslh..I-UloIHV'U (ex. 1' ) I'niun. l'IO\.lUSY T. lmS.

of vengeance. Mr( Hainforth had a golden- motion on the right side of the body, Cl'RlTUtXl COAL TAR.-The lover of tE.\LER tslro.t"lon"

haired beauty little and sunny daughter temper four were yeanold the pride, whose oCher are blood.more than favorably the two\ situated vessels and which convey have more the plums by 1tt a l'anltialfruit'kl heart. .\1 eXI1rilt'ltmade shows t that Llll".ll.niM'Ount on alut allowed to 1lclno" Etc.AuEvr ; .

parents. On the day after the wrest of same distribution on the opiwsite shl('. of li rm\r. to the fumes parties' engaged in manufacturing or indus -

the gyj..>ies little Xellie Haiti forth WWi missed. to... This fact accounts for the development of ('!h I tar, or gas tlt tar as it is sometimes trial enterprises, who will erect on the FOR B. }'. AVERY & Pt ,w .
She! was last seen playing with u i-t lamb on :' of the left half of the bl".lillill excess of the called, three times a week, llre a full crop property COoS
the edge of a rocky ridge u short distance right. I, of smooth plums, and the seven Irecs not so purchased.' substantial improvements
from the house. Search was made for her, "5. It is not the slight, exre in weight of treated baa no plums hang on till maturity. CESTKE STBEET,
hut neither the nor the lamb waa found. the viscera of the right side of the abdomen, I The year following he tried the experimenton for resilience, or in which to {conduct their

The whole neighborhood was aroused, and I which is given hy Home to bo the cause ofrighthandedness I on the seven plum tret*, and was rewarded business.INDUCEMENTS: '--- FERXANDIXA, FLA.5Mf .
men scoured the woods for miles around.Mr. who argue from this that with 11 full crop fIHII'm'h, while the eighth "--- --
JlaJiiforth suspected ,the gypsies of man must lean to the left, that is, balance tree f.111 entirely. He places under each ( TO MAXUFACTUREltS 1. n. C. WITUYEE,

abducting her,out, 04 revenge for their arrest, himself on the left leg, leaving the right ex tree fl.\ 'tlrl'tJIJ or chips that had l eendipi ;( by exemption for a t'rl of )', from
and followed the puitv across' the Ohio river trt'lIIltil freer for action. It is 1 nutter of ) >cd in coal tar, and in the culm of the 'ar Q.EXERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT.CEJTTUE .
into LeIS"'C'O&Ultyl'Kentucky. When he cubic inches, of bulk of cardiac "evening, when insect are at home, he t treats taxation, otl'tl..i by the I\rl cities and .
I"l.u' ST.
came up with them the/ indignantly deniedall ment. them to 1 smoke. He thinks fumigationkhould towns. Apply tojcfrOm'cceor. :E\R R. R. DEPOT,

knowfeK "y'o.thtCJj"l'1I\ whereabouts, "0. Education, training by porsi i>tent effort begin a* soon as the fruit sets, und it FERXANDINA .
ami a aareh pfvHjcir imp failed to discoverJiU wi overcome the natural tendency to should conthuie until the fruit is fully ,de- Reach L t 7th sts., Fcrnandina.16tf n.luJ' ..
little daughfcrrf- returned to his homo preference, ami ,, render the in
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f V -j -n. .1. it,iur.ic: *iinto..: I nit: TIMKx: ....lilITI ) fowl. While not superior to other breeds under: 110 Usr.lII -

.. '. \ sometimes feel the thread' of life is Blender, they will conditions'probalJy 1 prove satisfactory worthy the attention T.ia1oN- : T.\RTt.-Olle! i.ound whlti-:

:r Anil soon with me the llhortvill lie wrought; proper intending are to change his "\I :tr whiles of six eggs 11111\' yolks of two,

then grows my heart: to other hearts moro breed I of or nny who one Is just beginning.'rttrn\ \ grated rind and juice of three lemons ; ,'uuK

315 Pearl SI., Xf" York, tender twenty minutes over n slow fire, stirring all '
Tho time i is short the time. Lin'paustvltlpufrlw-hetill) ( nnd '

('IHII'I1T.-Thl", as! farmers understand it, bnke.:
Y T X'r; A shcpbcnl'stent' of reeds and (lowers decaying i is, acconling to the \of iuril J0riV/inV/ in
; animal !suUstancereduced PKVKI.HKI.KY.: : .--Wash the Iwirley several
MI( \:0..rr.\l"TrntHII: OK That night, winds 1 will soon crumble into simply. anyegetable to a homogeneous or mass: by thoroughly waters ; then tie it in a cloth, loosely!boil sothnt
naught with earthy or it will have room to swell and it
and mixing
\ .
': life for lilli1I'thh' blast decay- muck four hours in water enough to cover it, adding )
;, I :So !seems my mineral substances! as sodloam I ,
ing. 1'.. make it, ) more as it becomes necessary
..' I peat ashes, salt, gypsum, etc.
FOU'US"'J.U'S: : The time is! short.Up pl'l'l'arl'lph'l'l' of griuntl so (hat the liquid sweet milk.

constituents may not escape.{ Into this I any CUKAMKH CuVCKKtts.Split SIX Hostoll! I
{ up, my !soul the longpint" time redeeming t nisi h i, weeds. Utter, strong earth, all the crackers ; )place them In a plate and pour

; and wash: of I the house, and if possible, the boiling water over them ; as soon at they are
of better deed
Ague Cure Sow thou the seeds draining of the barnyard if any, may be slightly soft eneil drain site the water sprinkle

.. on.a: TIUI: :IAM'ICI,, thought; while Haht is carried' ; mists any dead animal matter that lightly with salt and pour,! Like oll yet thy )
l'ra1llp'l. may: accumulate. To this odd'lint n+hes is: over (Lent)
7 s .1 purely vegetable bitter and beaming.The: made ; and gypsum{ and salt at the rate of
time l.s i short steak from
11owpr- hllllllr''tlolllill.. to each ton of Itvu.\s Ihu'lCTP'U.-t'ut: any
r, fill tonic, and is warranted n 1)t'1'1 fifty to one j
; r" ccrtnin cure for Fever anil Ague, C'hllhiui Passer Formula of ," . ( \ Think moist, not wet, until it is half' decayed. To and\ salt. I My it on an iron stcwpnii
zs \ Remittent I'Vvor, Dumb Ague. when brightlyThe ; life'.s choicest ensure uniform moisture, it i is well to have a that ha'ln rover to lit close ; and take care
Periodical or Ilillous! Fever and all suns to thee season" hogshead: tank connected with the drainage; that it does not burn In twoorthreebnnrsit
malarial disorders. In miasmatic: districts brought ; of the und \ with a pump for will he quitetender.
the rapid pulse, mated tongue;( thirst,, I'ronounei'J ,by Orange (n Jrower; the veryHost Hours lost to ((10.1! in pleasure pacing lightly. heals' litiuid\provided back upon the.pilo from
The time i is! short TAHOTA Kltx.-Soak: half acupof) tapiocu
t lassitude, loss of appetite, pain In tin back
; time to tithe >\ ben the w hol'issutlleieutly! I hours then cook
of water for four !
g IIHloill and coldness! the spine and ; in a pint ,
; I'xtrl'lJIilieare! only premonitions! oiseverer The I time is short Then be thy heart a decayed so it may be broken tip turn and it In a double l boiler\ until the tl\lill/I is soft,
t until the
which terminate in time brother's mix thoroughly): : so proceed clear looking. little
!acne paroxysm: !symptoms, succeeded, by high fevetanti I .Manure lor ho Oraiim* Tro To every heart that needs, thy help I in whole becomes, *a uniform condition ami from homogeneous double) III.t sugar and lemon, juice l'I"11 IIHl1Inr into I small
monad In this a
aught moulds. Serve
piofnsu. perspiration. ; I wet
small shovelful to the hill according I'.c
ofshthers. handful ton ,
V need the vrmpathy !
: thou inay'st
V; It is a startling lad, that quinine, arse! :
the will
the of
to nature plants, ORMF.XTS.
? IIi,' and! other poisonous ttt rats, form the 'I'l
h l asis of most of the Fever and Ague The time is short. force vegetation in its earliest stages! wonder Take those not neeuhingwashing, being only
fully. .For garden: work especially it will hl'11IIII1ihll" soiled place them iu pillow ease
Preparations, "Specifies! "Syrups, am! slightly ; } 1
r '"Tonics," in the market. The preparations 1'OItItES'I'Elt'1EliI'L11'E: : : I.X'IU .\. If thou hast friends, give them thy best endeavor ; either applied to the hills ot one at'tv time ; sprinkle tour through: it, and

made from these! mineral poisons! drills, or scattered, broadcast over the surface : shake well, until it I tok! : bright as new
I although; they are palatable, and may S; The wannest impulseaiul! thy purest 1 hough( ) and raked or harrowed III. I In preparing'ihilmnst llorax is c'xt'lll'lt to wash flannels with,

break): the chill\ do not cure, but leave the Keeping III mind, in word and action c\cr,, manure many persons\ make the lukewarm water.A .
s malarial and their own drug poison ii The time i is' short. mistake of working the( mass" too tilted All 11""uh'l'llln '

the system, producing quinism, dizziness! I that i is! Ul'l'llt"llIftl'r' it has lain long enough): CHRVM.TO: l Evr WITH 1't'IT.-Hllillnlf a
linking in the ears!, headache, vertigo, and I'm. F.VKHY: I..\1mM 1 Citoi-[ 11'Iuerestntnu'r winds, aroma laden, hover, to become( disintegrable): ) (is to be thoroughly: pint l'rl'lIlllllllf 1"pint u
other disorders more formidable than the Companions rest, theirork for ever mh"1111I all its part Then one more turning }bit of lemon peel ; 1111 n lets almonds beaten

disease they were intended to cure wrought ; will ,generally siilllce.DMII.HS. to a pa"tt with a drop of water and 1 little
Avrii's: Ar.rn Crate\ thoroughly eradicates! # these 1I0xiOIlpolsoll'l from the system, coyer .-The New (Orh'all'l1"'I'I."t sayt!! rub it with little cold,
,rr and always cures! the severest cases! It 1'rcparednn: scientitic! principles to produci' The time is :short dahlias: are h,' far the most, )beautiful of al and a I'loolh1'llo\n\ 1 ;,mix.

contains no quinine, mineral, or any thliif I the autumn (lowers\ andshouldhave, a phut all and let orlll t.tIWl'rtl'r; till
that could injure the most delicate patient a large yield per acre Up up mv soul, I'rl'1'1 the shadow falleth;; III every /garden: They are of almost endless quite together then i hoi u little! of lemonjuil'
C ,it ; and its crowning excellence, above :Somogooii' : ( return in latter seasons wrought; \'urII'Ialldof almost/ e'l'rimagillahlc} I'"hlllli 11M
; its certainty to cure, is: that it leaves! tin Forget thyself!, when! duty's angel calleth.\ color, from the purest white to the darkesl
system: as free from disease as before the The time is short. shade purple ; of all sizes ortlO\\'l'f'I.( from Flint RI.AXC MAMIK.=The juicy "f "Il
attack. tho.se attaining a diameter of four inches tithe canned fruit limy be used ; if not sweet
Tor Liver Complaints! Arm's: 1 1nt'I': ,\1.1" ]DKAI.F.US IN: )P.y: all the lapses thou hast 1 been forgiven.Ily t i'si ns \arieties, which have (lowers 1'lnnl.dl11 some suaar. Mix n atnblespoon-
,' Critt: :, I by direct action on the liver and I all IhtIt'II"OIl'l prayer to ,thee! had taught, o1'lIl'l'1r sine inch iu diameter ; of all hah, 111,1'I'lIl starch with a little cold water

biliary apparatus!!, drives! out tho I.oisoll'lwhich P1MME: AdlMCUI.TrilAL ClIIiMICAI.( To others teach the sympathies: of lleaxen its of growth, from those attaining a height): into a hu1f-i>int of boiling fruit
produce these ('olllplalItll1111\ stimulatcs Thy time is short. often feet to the "bedding" sorts which art' 'juice ; cook until it thickens, then turn it
the system to a igorous: health)' cold with
mould Servo
inches in small wet
:SULPHATE; : AMMONIA( scarcely eighteen height.): into 1 ,
condition. ..WillCULTUlt.lL.lEitvMfMs. '1'hl'l'oolllhoull: never be allowed remain sweetened C1'II, to which (If allowable) add

We warrant it when taken according to NITUATE: SODA) III the )ground: over winter, as (hicauses .. 1 lttlthlorin! The 1111 mange should

directions. (; .=There is no plant grown foi them 'degenerate. Take them mil| Ill'Jarl enough its" shape

LIME: the of its (lowers so much pri/.ed: 1 b>' III December, frost or no frost ; remove tin'
SUl'EIl PHOSI'lIATi beauty "
: half chicken
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. % CIIICKKN .1KI.LI'-i'ounl ,
Prepared by ,, (lie amateur and cottager as the geranium. soil carefully so as not to bruise the tuber\ ; 1
and meat until all are! well tnl.'nltltlllI ..
them in the sun for a few hours\ thcilay bones' :
Practical Analytical Chemists, SULPHATE: OF POTASH, And the reason its ofhl'llIg'io'allll'll! by thi- dry with cold water and cook slowly
here i b I hem! away in a cool, dry )place :secun cover
class" of people is the little dilliculty ( :!!
Lowell Mass ) needed the meat is tasteless: and about two
from vermin, until they arc fo
it the hl hl'st Ullt
NITUATE\ : : OF POTASH. in growing and bringing to of is left III the Strain
will liquid :
the June. Dahlias cups}
SOL) IJY ALL UC(11.I1TJ CVEK1VIIURB.: state! of perfection. Vet we often meet with planting following : .alll'l'llIl.
of this beautiful lower( miserable' not thrive in the shade, nor when too mud and tlllISOI the liquor and small
'LAGG'S MUUIATE: ( / POTASH, grown plants ansl'cry badly. managed, ami that often .. crowded among: other l'lun' tll. They do best l wet mould ; keep in 1 cool place, all when!
in btri.liv), themselves' and there is no mart' arnutedturnoutiifurutonawetdish garnish
wit l holll'laI
wheree would not to meet
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER P4DI lTl.l'HATI'I.fIE: (; I.\, !in private establishments expect and I unde beautiful'sight (liana l'l'tlof' tine ones' In fill It with a sprig ofplrth'\\\ and servecold with}
NIVKR GUI HARD. bloom ( IIholll.ll"'l'ru\\rll'Il\ thin of butter.TOMVTO .
: trowing plants' \
t the care of men' calling themselves! garden' \l'1
SULPHATE : with good stout stakes or frames, and securely
Twice: At LoNG ers.\ It is often allowed to get bare on /: S\rcK.-One quart can tomatoes,
tliaisM! Curd vlthaat ngisg tti> Syrtsa lower part of the Meat Year after year tinplant tied up prevent wind-breaking. 11tying two tabu-spoonsful of butter, two of flour,
CORKS Strictly Pure (';roiin width to cutting plant
iiranches whichever it is inclined, su prevent
: way
minutes with onions und
Conk tomatoes ten
fhillsl1nd Fever
\ botanist discoverei
that In short time, instead being an ornamcnt Cavunilles, the Spanish ,
Liver Complaint r1) to green-houso! or windowsillit the dahlia\ in Mexico/ in 171)! and named i It dIY! Heat the butter in I small frying
add the (lour. Stir over the fire
1 lie pan,
in honor of Dahl, a Sweedish
Dyspepsia, mpAO circulars full partieidarand ar becomes' an ugly object, exhibiting all tin' thu until smooth and hrwn. Then stir into
Our give : blllll"lIIulIIlJ.ellplallt. sent it to Spain\ the same year, and it :
Nenral will in signs sit'a badly-//-rllwlI.: : the tomatoes to taste with stilt and
ail season
s -
of mailed free to applicant They The secret of all this" is" that growerare spread all mcr J'urlll'where: its C'Ulti'IIt11111IIIIlI
Nervousness h'rc"tou if you are interested in Agriculture amounted at one time tu and run through u strainer which
of Culture.Mrn\ afraid I of the knife, whereas: they emu improvement) J''I'I'r I! enough to( keep hack the seeds.
Orange mania. /I
I Rheumatism, .---.-- -- .. '- ._- hnnlly use: it too much ; but when the plan almost a 'hl'lll'C III is' nice for 'fish\ und macaroni
Costiveness has once assumed this straggling\ ugly font "LvK: HOMINY.: : :'-The preparation of t tlli"I m!",
TIII: 1.Olun.\ it is ditlicult to do much for it, for, generally\ backwoods!! dish Is rapidly'\ becoming oni! I

Female speaking\ it has no eyes! or buds: to break If of the lost arts: .something which ought! no MILK H.u't'i: gnu FISH.-One and 1 half

Weakness T AND .AND IMMiOfl.\TlOs COMPAQ it is cut down, and this' often arises from u to be permitted.) To make lye hominy' pints of milk, t\1 tablespoon full j if flour,
Sick t Xenon .. species! of cleverness which is very destructive (ill a large kettle half full of hard was one-half of butter, one liulf of I small onion -

Headache J! to the beauty of an old ;shunt. Mirnylady \ ashes, then Till up with water and boil until two sprigs of lurl'y, one heaping h'u."Ioollfulof -
J: OFFEUSiOO.OO : :; gardeners\ who tend their ONVII gre'euhouses the I lye is very strong! put it one side to set | salt, 1 | of ]pepper Put I
These Pads Cure all Dlsewes br Atworptlon. Ni arc bent upon taking nIT slips' !'Ilherto tie, then drain oil' I the, I ve ; return to tin on tam boil with the onion and

into Noalousi'insOlls.rPotsotrotu1Iediclnnailak' the|Stomach. The Tad are worn over the Fit 1I < () .' *rt'M increase their stockortogivetheir friends,, kettle, awl when it is: boiling hard, put ii parsley, mix the onion to a smooth' paste
<01 the! :tomach, covering the treat Nerve ('pit. and they fairly go to work at the wrong: end, 1'hl'ill'lII'flrll. Keep boiling as (list as ]IHI"ti.! with part of half pint of milk. Then add
.Toniii!"" the Liver and Stomach. A Kentle Vrct-t"bl* .\ nice shoot or two comes out at the. low ble for live or ten minutes, or until thu bill! the rest to make it very tll, anti when tl
RlMorbcd I
Intetheclrculatlonot t the J1'oolhn,1 Of the 1II0ot
Liver.pal1fJlnlf the DII'Od.IUmulatlnlf the vcrntMi er part of the! stein They Jxmst they have I is eaten sift: Skim\ the corn into it cullcndei milk boils stir this into I"t it hoi
Ki.iiu-y' to healthy action, and strengthening thhtoinachtodip some nice slijK coming, and as soon as' they and pour plenty of cold water over it, then minutes longer, then add butter 0111 salt,
; tffKi<1. faicx or PAD *1 AND t) ACCES.SIHLE: AND DUSHtAIILE: to till they merely und strain
large enough come
are !
"'r t. SOLO >Y ALL DaVGGllTIOr aellt by Hail rinse and rub it iu u pun of water, ulcer
FxJll'lSl.i'LDufactul't'd; break them out close to the stem, \lllIlwnku
which it must he lioUcd in clear water fur
; at 39 & 41 NoBTH LlBHTT 3T, is hit'btst kJJNV MOHM RI.ANV ) : oE.-Wulh tlmitSwss
Now this
new plants. : destroying
.. LTu.oa. tauIIOIwyE1 LAND IN Till three or four hours or until tender. Re care- in several waters and soak
part of their plants! which, if let remain fill not to burn, und put no salt in it while thoroughly
it CO. it hour To handful allow of
Agents, an quart
would furnish branches at the l IM.t- I I
on, new :
Have the tcu-kettle full of bolllny
STATE: OF FLOItlDA, cooking rich sweet milk the in when the
3:1-Gm" Fla. ; put moss
: Fernandina and
torn, where they are most required,
water and add to it the corn as occasion requires
milk is Ixiiling hut, and let simmer until tht*
the which it

strengthen: rambling, growth
the last hour let the water
FORECLOSURE of MORTtiACiK. ; during moss is i soft then the flavor
should be the to check To this habit /trail "Ioctel
At only $L.2.I per acre to new settlers, with object boil away, so that when done it will he al* with into wet mould.-.
VIRTUE of Decree of Foreclosureof : which is not it h'lIIll juice,
u certainly as general as Intlllt
BY the of selection in pan-els: of 4f most dry. It may be eaten with cream, or Servo cold with cooked
his Honor privilege still uI1 sugar moss;
I Mortgage granted by used: to he, but is very prevalent, may warmed with milk and butter or friedin 'rl'll
!L Archibald,Judge of the Fourth Judicial aero or more. Tim 'sse lands are 10'all'llol1 he attributed the ugly growth of mos'tgreenhouse : the up where till hneon was ;i'ric l forbreakfast. fn water l instead of milk, and made thin
'Ircuit of }Florida at Chambers on the 3111htiay } well l'raJlhlllli.1l11t1 grease enough to he taken as: a drink, Is sixithing
and adjacent to the line of the plants as as Salt to suit the taste in cithercase.
of June, 18SO, in favor of Marian 11. the constantly' breaking I.n'III' these undershii There may be some "chemical"I way and nourishing, and" excellent for* colds: and '

Sanderson and against Clinton A. Haley, J >s render the stem so barren of eyes or of making I lye hominy, in nowadays' sore throats.
will oiler for sale and sell, in front of the A'FLANTlr1liLF AND) WEST INDIA built u.s to make it doubtful if they would that we know nothing about vogue; hut no matter hoot CavLLCRN.-'Tionequartofflour rut '
Court-House! in the city of Fernundina, break out if the plants: were cut down. Not
far concerned two scant teuslssnsful of lump
TRANSIT.CO.'H: U. K., so us we / jicrsonully, | ltilam
County of Nassau, Florida, on the first Monday a II'affllllllll.IIe taken oil the lower part ohm or
the old fashioned: lye IIIJIIIIIIIIl1ule !in the butter half I size of an egg, good cupful
in August, ltt" 0. being the second day oi plant for bare stems, which can never afterwards I ,
; old fashioned. way as set fort/ll.o\e, is entirely whit sugar, u pinch of salt, yolks of two
said month, the following described real extending; from FEUNANDINA; the Atlantic be proj>erly furnished, are the certain giwxl I enough /for 1I4'r.Sf.KOr.y. eggs Work I these hagetherthoroughly: hutvery r
property directed to be hold by said decree;: consequences$ of this too general practice t
that is, lots ((5 and 0)!) live IInll..h. being ub-, to CKDAU: : KEY, on the Gulf toast" ,, of breaking off the }lower side-shoots to 'I A \ OKVNUF. 1'Uf.-\ corres- lightly with, using enough tlu milk tlpDofyour to make fingers.Moisten soft

divisions: of tho south two-tlmirtb of section thus allonling; to the producer cheap, constant make new plants. Reverse\ tho practice ; l indent of the Riverside. Press gives the folio dough us to roll out, using W as little i
11( :!) twelve, township ((2) two, north range and rapid tran"'i>ortatioii to lime best take the slips or cutting from the top and wing account of an old orange tree growing Hour as you i"iJIl can rolling out into twists
(US) twenty-eight east, known as the Juarez: (leave \'l'r'thiuK on the lower part, and you ill ('lIliforlli4l. '1'hl4uia'uphatsroitit I peoplen It must he it sticky dough Keep tinL'vrs -
(Grant, its shown and designated upon the markets promote (bushy: growth and secure handsome I the United States, but there are trees inKnropo into flout. If the your ml
map or survey of suit part of said grant, on The belt country traversed)' the Transit plants: however old they may lIt,. : the age of which. can bit counted by J he txj: just still'vour dipped will l be tough. durt Too
tile in the office of the Clerk of haul Court, U. It. embraces cntiiries, and yet they are still in goodlieufng c'rllllcl
much working toughen them too.
THE PLYMOCTH ROOK.-Previous to I2 I !I wi ,
Said lands all S
in said Nassau County. lying condition., The orange is u lUII --lIVl'
but little wad known or said of the breed 1, Have your lard 1 'boiling, and drop injulckfy
and being in the countyof Nassau, "Mate of tn'c1111 groves may descend !iu families\ und watch eur'fully.CkLAte .
Florida. Terms cash. J'EltYmETY: : OF SOIL\ and indeed there was: not any excitement front generation to gl.'lll'rut\oll i \ The.corrcsNiiident -
PKTKR: : CONE:, about it until it was admitted\ into the standard : say : H\ucr.-One cup of milk, one teaqxxinful r

Sheriff of Nassau (County Florida which evidenced that it IWM CSI| desirable : "I have learned much more of interest of flour, one tublespiNiiiful of buter. -
Fernandina, }'la., July 3, 18.sC. to IK found in ,the state, a large proportion lixed< 1 rharactcriitic,uttriu-teal tile IIlfl'lI' .oiicerninx: tilt''I'IIl'rut.o\ orange tree ofwhich : suit Iut one tabll'llxJful(
-' - --- king eculiarlyadapte l to the culture ofStMiTitopirAL tiara of fanciers generally, and the ull..1 l I wrote in my lu"t. It tunds ut Rur- If Ilttfr untl".I'r frying 111 aUI wht'l

FORECLOSUnEornORTG. G& FRI-ITH and Early: Vegetables origins\ of the fowl I were verv numerous.' In 1\I'IlI'oll/t, on land owned I b)' \l I r. Watson, It get hotn I brown, add the flour. Stir
) Y VIRTUE of a IMreeof Foreclosure, all tia'rootrv'rsy mi one disputed the fact U/llIIII'ur an old alxxfo which was formerly Il1tillrfl'.tlyHllh, then add, gradually.
I") rmtl'tll.y his honor II. 11. Archibald, and The Lunjt, fVIIIJ'"et'I'li" (j Tintlrt that the breed was a cros one, but almost thenideoceut'tbe\ Yurbus, who planted tho lssil I np ut once, ta.'J
Judge of the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida make these lauds worthy of U.iliEFUL AA'AMUf.lTlOX every writer had. u theory of his own as to tree above d.tllt'Uf'It ugo. Its complete tu taste with salt "alt pepper{ und Her ve. This

at Chambers, on the 3rth day of June, by nutnufkcturew of, IAMHKB what the cross was. It was claimed by Viniv.Dorking different cI liiucnsiims are, height, -twenty-eight feet ; I. nice to 'cut .' |w)tatik>s into, and let
l.sso\ in favor of Marian II :Sanderson; ami NAVAL ones that the Cochin: English: ; iprctul of brunches, twenty-five feet from tip heui'Jnst heat through they are then

against Nathaniel U i, Plumer, I will offer for AND HTORFA JcHulnl'IUt'| )duck Java, Dunghill) tn tip, und girt at lutsti of trunk fortyfournches. ailed, ('nwI 1Ntutexsalso| ,for I buuct for
sale and nell, in front of.the Court-1luu.e: in t und liras; Chattagougsenteredintotheinns.ISut Last year it bore about SsJuruugtsmil < n-setablcs, for omelet*, for fish, fur nwwttrends -
the City of Fernandina, Florida on the nn!t< NEW SETTLER: *\ the strongest: ('\' '" was in fa'or..fthl. was grcatlv neglected and will hardly or, indeed, for anythmhumgthat requires

Monday in August; A. l>. 1*+411, being the breed being a cross of the ringj'rnnsiUonduigneeek ,cur so many this year. This tree, then, was n 1 1 white lall'( If you have plenty of cream
second day of said month, thu following deftrihed und th! Black Java hen. .'Mining into bearing the time of time war tau that and omit the butter.Oru .

real In'pcrt| ituatcol IIIlf \1"11e" \: ; it wax all old tree at ,the time (:ali. .
the County of Na<.au,1'lariIa,and I descrilxda Plymouth Rock: is u large fowl, with uplensif /urnlu became, un American |1I4'*.st.-H ioii ; it
ni"ht"< l with the Trail
/ sulxliUions entire free ji>iuiye on \ ; hand-tome Muhh gray plumage and avigorous ; js-rsj.nul al'llrlUc i is u matter ini.'h'u'li
us lot" 1 1 and 2) one and two, king \ mad< wiibitixxl the 'Santa: .\111111 of half u .
\} ; of the mnitli twu-thirIL4 of section kit Kail road fur family and 1..011:1\ etrectito conitutioii. The It'afll. utmt- entury when gold was discovered In (':dl- our friends and acquaintances have I -

((12); ) twelve, to mIL lmip ((21 two, north range the station nearest. the laud purchaMil.TITU liiini size, curried! well up. anti with bright urnia, and last season it )produced fifty dol- fight to u choice whether we 111111 illfl..
twenty-eight east, and known a< thelar"2 \'dlu.ak, and large, i-Ieur eyes The comb un worth oforungittifMoMutucvntapitscti." assn i| (th"1 un exterior ul'urtl UI. j.
< ) (irant, as shown and Ill..I /IIlh'lll1f1''a : i-OMPLETE, U-ing derived by }11 single! of u bright: red I, jK-rfivtly upright; tractive( u C'UUlt"IUI' marred by'a negicted -
lie : of mil part of said grant, on tile in grant from the United State" and; pure'hu>e mid straight, and i U rather small The IMN.kii WIUT WILL TAKE IUcu LI-MI Orr orIOKSU ;rjul..III'/11I, or I crown &tiitl'i of
the map office of the Cltrk of the lln-uit Court front the State: of Flori'la. well untied und i>f imliimi length with I J l.Ki-iA.MiSijorU'KU.s.i : -Take mullein \'t'rlll. l'flnf", or ,( \it
f, Na.. County. Temaeah. abundant hackle 'Kirk broad I. with uuibuuiLtnce I eaves and chamber-ley; or urine und rub\ or \hair.. or \Illh'r we hall In ilefer-
r -au I'ETER: : ('O N1:, of twiddle feather*. Brent broad, lathe well. Rah fr aluut ten or lifUcniiiuut.s hire tu our (4.1.1\1 my| due regard to our
heritr of Nassau runty Florida. ('umaSI'OSIHX1fol.IClnO.: : Jeep und full. The wings, which are of iwliuni I ,. I hare n-H-d this for thirty yfcir. uwn IHTWIIH. l make them presentable,
Fi-niandina. FU. July 3,1.4i}, size, are well (0,1.11..1 1I ;Uirl.t the side I ulI.I havp never had u failure. It will take; mt "am-ptuhle." in n-lety. Them are inanvelp
-- rise, trait U f rather lI/IIali. with short feather "If any callous lump on hnrst's' legs, or for those Wits Ile"ir.t tin this, and /
nr. AUTIiriC C. I'OIlI 1hMriptiveMtIsand CIIUTLAIM mailed! on arrie.1 ftomewhal upri/bt.; The th!,.:h. anargo myth that N unnatural. I cured in .1 is week tllre are none ainoiif tl'll more lu't'l'talt
application, ami ttrong. co'crOI| with bluish gray 11 tine mare once for which I paid only ELY), fh81 Ibl'l Hair Jellwe and f e
EXTIST.Fourth: ('I1.1S. W. LEWIS: lulfv A-atber. and the kbank; urn of medj.mt hat had 1 what horse-farriers called the big am' J Jh't the lioth these !
length tout, 'Imiiv. well epart ami of a ..lioulder. I wild her fur $IM.; Another art kept for >. at all our t )
Pt.,, In-t. Centre and ,Alachua Land ('oruntLi..lollt'r, Bright yellow roW. Time tnentanftbebres'I lire line I bought f.jr $; ')on twelvemonths'\ if any of our fli, i< artf lo : '

Ozlice cor,. lieah and Seventh Sts. very great, they In-ing hardtr, muturo } me. In 'Vight week. cured him and sold U little tltU,for w'earWI Alvii
titf KEItKANDIN'A, .' -\. IG-tf t any, urn pruJuctiw ainl mire extvlleiit table the hortH when hi got well fur Ala! ). make uut.of it,-AW/A. &as, JlrUt.llnt.Ilrto"

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#r LOCAL REFLECTIONS. .1 Sliif/ulat' .Iccldent. \pack1: :, or walking ;: a board. laid over the portion' of our ('rop.'c find u }population )1.Lt.OnY'I.'I.OIUI

: / On Tuesday negro WOIIMIII named (Coin.- drill will answer the purpose., : of ten millions eif people in the 11 cut and >.' STI:.\JISIIII. I.IXI:.
-. ..- -- ,_ -- Northwest who would. become ourcustomers.
===: : == "' c- =-0- =: = I gladly
d land came to her death in a !singular iniinner. As to variety we prefer' u !sort etf compromise ; -
t .*,.f/O .1( YEAR $JfIIJ 1'OR .s'/.Y MOXTHtf.Office. We" too, need your hay, oats t! Vork.
; Her daughter having) !started. to go onnu 1 hen ween the (limit; and the Ihvarf, corn, flour Im'IIIIIeat., tobacco, apples\ butter Only Direct Line lo New

--. I excursion contrary to her ('command/ she which I is furnished' 1 ,by Henderson's( halfdwarf. mid, many either articles you have to sell.We N

IlURhll'lIS her conditionould :Six: of seep will think we" have shown ;clearly that it is 14-- t
1 ran, as rapidly m per ounces/ give plants!
\Ire\ lave ntriMt'ticit" ; n llminrti Offer nl, the I to the interest eif both your bu;im"!"O men .
I I.Ir. knit, to intercept and bring) the girl hack: enough t for; an acre ; but it will be safer toprovide and the railroads. to give'n fast through
; JII/I xt office, miiltr Ilic charge nf .1/,. H*. /'. }11 W, a i illa. j
whenhe."tumbled! / 1 and.) tell across a sweetpntada half u pound. freight. line from Jacksonville: \ to l.oul \'ilicIIII.IChil'IIIN. ,
;; ., who iriHrrrriiefnhnrrliif!''n w1errlisrurular and fix such rats will induce j'
ridge with uch iolence. as to cause C! There is very handsome. yellow or goldeneolored as .
s. ilti'l nftirr fmoff, fur 11,r MinitoK I ami, irko 1 death in u short time. variety, also' half-d\varf, which is .
4 tlir on fair.To reason to believe that the steamers on Toll: Ft 'h STE.1MS1111'S:
wtyI'M iijtrr highly reroinincnTled ; and the tendon, \ red the :-t: John's! will gladly cooperate with

1 ,I fernonal.Capt. is another !showy} kind and claims: to be, superior WESTERN: .

') Correspondent ( llinc is off on a month'<*< (cave to to the white in flavor as well as! inhardiness. you.We tune four lines from Jacksonville to (CAPT. HINES: I
J ('orrrj>oti : get acquainted with his<< wife. We shall be'better' prepared to (ITV or
The Atlantic ( Line dailv nil rail.
Co.ist ,
\ ,sJIhir/ will jili'ittc til fit t to Fl.oltll RIK.ONE : .
jxijirr Col. C. P. Cooper\ of Jacksonville., i N in I :-\pcak of these iWiMV'itvurictie's heieafter.It Their tariff oranges from all points! : on (CAPT.
; I
L 1 Minium JrrlarnuUaa,1Ii! town on n visit to his relatives.Col. I will be Use-less' attempt\ to grow celeryem the St. John's, to New "'ark, Philadelphia, i: e.f the above Steamers\ will I lea\r

r: ChserchSrrrlcrn rIf 7'0-.1I01"'ou' Heard, from the Comptroller's( ,otlice, any either than moist ground. To plant Haltimorc and, )Hnstein\ !sixty 1 centper crate. :- \ for, New Y/ll'k every 1'ii'lavto '
From Ksoiiville' forty rents e-rate.
)' I a Dr. I Tallahassee: : spent several days in our Pity it on high, dryland whetherelayors.md per ( iiit the tide). ,,,ni k'
I'RI: yTEK1A\-Rey. .T. II. Mycr, ut The Florida }Dispatch)i lane, from Jacksonville no transfers to <<
line having
I II I I)(I1)ck 8. in., and S.oo:( )p. in. this week on otllcial busincs and. depend\ upon\ watering!; woi-: llio( a fail to Savannah by rail, and Ocean Steamship I betweenFERNANDINA This' ,

yiE-rnuulsr-Rcy.1..ltkins: : : at lo.n::! o'clock' I Fred l lloyt returned from a ll>'ing trip\ ure. Ne-ar the sea i-oa--t thereis no :scarcity lI : (Company to New York twick, a week.Charle'ston'line week. AND\ NEW: YOtiK.) :

f n, 111., and H 1 1'1. in. I North on the HY.wt Trjn*. h He i is<< neither' I of lau"11 suite,! to its growth.: }Indeed. to I New YoikMallory's: of !steamers twice a oilers) the

ROM J.\S I'\TIIOI.I-I\, : .1. (O'l'oylc) utKl.iOu. taller nor wider, (than when he went. this i is! its home'. Wild. celery' or Smalluge; : line of :steamers\ : ,direct from : : : -

:N ( :: ) in., and j\o1'::! ) in.Ei'ieoiMivl'cv. J Among!:.the passengers: who !sailed on the Paiish-y: n acrid( plant-whem-c] our ehlightlul -- Juckfonville: to New York oncea week. The 'HINT: liNl1'u) )I ( ) III)1hU.1<) : \ 111111'Fit.l'l'.11'egdtablt's :.

Wrxtirn Tunyesterday( were .\. It Campbell\ thmi' 'latter charge for, fruit and, vegetables) : s
Tli.uknni 11 vegetable originally obtaini'd )
t : !: O. p. : lit I was from Jacksonville: to New YII'k.IItoll, )! and Fruits! will receive spc.ei.i\ : I
ilk) ii. ail., and -1:11)!:::! ) 1'. III. and wife, of Ju kvinvillo. :Many good,. and improvc'd\ by! (lie Italians, I is native of Haltimore, and Philadelphia thirty lentspcrbox \ care ,in Lao lliag.; '

---- _.- wishes! follow them.Precaution.' :salt nln'shes.: Yet this fad ,dues!1 not prevent and fl'ClIIIIIII points: salt the St. John's :: AKK
REV. ]DR. tvtus I : will preach at J.H'ksoiiille I forty ecnts.The I PANsiNGii5:: : ( ; : : AHUIMMODATIOXS( ( :
its<< !sneee-ssfnl! : culture' away from the sea ,byusing i'I lf::-:'I'-CL-1SS.: :
to-morrow. rates: now being charged' from ail
\ salt freely with the Innnn: re. Alluvial : and. offefl") tIll' 5)d-!
Louisville .
points mi the( :M. John's: to The traveling Iutblic are :
t j 1 Tan: health nf the city t continues;l y distress.iug '. Our tituens cannot/ be, too l'al'd'lIl in the, bottoms. \ lake Margins\ and, rcc'l.iimcd swamplands \ I'illdlillati io: $1.til| : per one humlrcMl. wands., \'III1II1I'! of It 1)IL'I1')I, ;I 11..1.:, '\'I'I'IIOI'1'INY \
) matter of sanitary precautions I at this:, :season not unfrccuciitly|" atlurd soils: inhii hit that would be' C'qlial to *!1.01<> !per box on ClIANUlX( ; ::: ConncTtions made III

i ) -.to the ,doe-tor. . of the year. The fearful I ,It'III111,1:0\ : of the thrives well.Supposing oranges.: : From Jacksonville they' would Ja'eksonville; : with all :sU-amboafs!l for .il I '
thargdl.liperone! ; hundred pound tIklaw( 'ahmi.aid! :.I
cities admonish that the will \ the St. John'.s' |
same I causes points<<
4 :. i Exct'Ksioparties: : -dll.II'olllrt'Ilmn'', \ a plat\ of damp, Ic.1awl.\ We1 feel the necessity: : of ehe'Mper faies' to mliaii llivers.: : and/ will the JranM' 1 .III"

r ) )been the order, of Uic week.: produce like results everywhere. The rank with a deep\ rich !'oil. toha\'rl,11 !lel'III'I'I- enable those of !small\ menus to reach' our road at IVrnandiiia for all railroad\ ] .station*

', e -- growth vegetation, t the deposit' of garbage it must, hue" thlll'IIIIdll.\'I.I'IIIH'1I! up and freed. :State: and.l hope' : the railroads will arrange) it in Florida.I'RFIOUT: .

-: j RKVXOMIS, the man who wanted; to limit and, other fermenting !substances the neglectof from everything calculated, to. illlI'I'I'I' with emigrant I /',..: I'ltfio'tt'lilfrii, excursions.! tit tht IIr round IliKinl\ nf tiips.1'roni Tiinli'] .- : : ; AND) 1'.ISS1NhlR! :: : 1 RAT1AS ; -> I Ii
+ /
'I his \vifu at the Methodist (Church !some time out-houses} and I accumulations of trash : LIM'X
: i clean, nice eultis'ation \If inclined tolumps\ nf! Lint ii>.lll<'. : unIIY) INDIRECT) :
1 :hll'c.! is cooling oil" in jail. around our lots and house"I. \"t'r0011: in I I.l.'t"Tlaroagh
or (,1.. III.ll'l' a ban/'o\v. house-or hand'} rake, or ]Rates and Hills of hiiliiisto :: +

TI'IKUI ( the healthiest communities: create an atmosphere \prong hoe. ac'en riling/ to t lie area or nature of \\\\'IIII-O'\:: ;; J I \I'K ,'x\'IIJ.I I i: IjIXK.-Weilk: all all \paints, J
: : quite: an exodus of Floridiunsfor: deleterious! to health, exccssuelyinjurious : the Where to UM-salt this. line is progressing; : rapidly, !,1'\'I'I'allllill'* For passige! etr'" further information, tipplr} I {
i I lie North and Eastern:+ : I'itnh-o.: : w astl: yaudehildre11gningtuee"grluirlnat ladies: /ground.( necessary: graded< children and
i \ ." May toutuug I persons: I and it is necessary in localities:'! remote' from St. :Mar.v's: liver: being; laid. 'I'herantracts, 1 It.: W. HH'THWICK>II.t. ,I
1 who remain at home and are constantly the it cither e-oniplete the line for the steel Fernandinx i
be- to
:sea, may seivvn' 1'oa.'a.II'I'I''' are ] ready !
I lie old die !
I It lady never breathtinga-itiatedatnuosphre., There cannot vious to breaking' up', or afterwards in the !rails: by the lath; of No\cnillcr.' It is eoiiteinplatiil C. H. MALI.ORY) ,\; (CO.! I)
,1 be too great care exercised in this: matter : : 1 by the: management: to have the I'jers I I'a-t: River: New 'ork.i _--J/ I
TUB Democrats) of IVrnnndimi t't iti IIIlicrniiiii \ i.I i. drill along with the ininure. road' in operation' I by January I"! III'Xt.- __
(t I t( Hull last night to organize Hancock anil it behooves every head, of u family Lay oil' the rows three eir three! and It half I./.il" /hxl.ah'',, 1.'I.CnUU.I> 11\,'.\X.' i
und lUiixluuu flub and. were addressedliy : 1 to carefully inspect' his own prclnisestold' remove feet apart, running) twice in the same fur JKKKI.Y I'.1sT MAIL SIHJVK: : ( \\l:

t : Cad ('. 1'. Cooper, of Jacksonville-: I \ all possible: sources: of foul air ; use row. tutu this furrow, which should.} be Wiha\e: > been' asked: what we consider: the J
whitewash freely, lime and dry earth with best val'idof tomato to for market. '
others. broad as well as deep ,1itriloule11'1111): : ).:, plant l. d f
carbolic ncid where : The public' \\'' 1 shoiilil give! the \1'1111'1111' \preference1" ', em
necessary. I
'. I :shot t :stable-manure'' at tiie rate 01'.at. least: t ,
THE: J"ll'7\ "I+ took on t two car-loads% of authorities !sliimld. through/ the health ofllcers acc'oiint of !shape' color" and quality.V
I cart-hud KHI) linear I'.t.t.I i i
'lilt' //-"i( to every 1.1" not know that there' is anv dilll-rcnce-
\ I n'f{ line melons! for New York. They were so keep up' constant inspection: not only (Cover the manure! ,by, a furrow I em either the order of maturity. This. ral'idIta... "" ; _

I uniform In size and appearance'\ as to semi in the heart of the city but in the !suburbs.' I 1 sideand level olV with a "oar.I't'r\ this, been tested: here' and found to do '\\1'11.- <"rte ,,.. rvtdo@4.mi. rI'crfurmed ,

I : :' I j? made in mould.. They came from along Our city (is now healthy; let us keep it !so. the rows! for setting) eiut the plants' may be' I'liifiil't( ilisl.ofrh, l by the '\\' and (elegantly/ :1'I''
1 t lie Transit Railroad.THE I ADMIRAL\) sial )
\ I in.ukcd by a. small furrow made ith a narrow pointed 1 steamship: : (:
I I U'Khear: favorable: reports from IIIIIIIY1': ,'- ac-eording. to the following" schedule :
master of; u fishing boat (Capt.\ FMie.r: The Vegetable Crop. plow. -taking cum to f.1I0till' first h tions in regard) ,l tOll'llt'rall:1fI1I: Props: (Corn Leave (Cedar, Key on Tuesday morning.Passengers ; ,

t laid, his! trunk, memorandum I bunk andMindry 'Ili t1< t ) i: furrow closely: as possible. I'or the work i is very good ; I'tIttolllllokill.t; well.Ve truly (11 ; : t..1I1II'anllah.. :: 1-a\'I'I'r steamer ,

J l II and : .of laying oil': u /ganleii( or hU1I1IIIw: \ is: an have iiiuclt to be, tlu\IIkfrtlf.r. .1 )good,,, l :season I City r of I l Itriilgetini on :Saturday: 4-1 p. 561 LI'un
I I'' I. : othcrniticlcM stolen from his liont >y tic :state-menu from ..1itft'rl'lItlIrlil'4\ along; a.ltlliml.II'illlplt'1I1l'1I1.. In garden beds: or good. crops,, : and no !suih vvelte'riiig) I''flnllitll, or Jacksonville: by 'l'll'oi) Railroad : .
: a colorl.t111I11 named, Ramsay.:: The thief "hi-ate'd terms': as in other 1l1I"-F/"d"' i train Monday Jurillrr) ) \'C' at
I the railroad us to the result.Vclcarn! in a other) :small plats., the line will be, serviceable1. ,
\ iirl.alrh : ,\ at p
I' I ; huts been urrested! und the :stoleuug.suls* re-! Key Nest'cduieshay: morning.
f'f t." general\ way that the season was a successful The plants' :should he set about live llu'vaiia Wednesday' : ufHernejon.Rc'turning .

y r 1 j 1, "i-j one, but it would<<1llo u matter of interest and inches! apart in the drill. For Sale; leave Havana[ Thursday evening. -

r I\ ; ExecutiveCommittee, Second ConurenNlonal benefit\ to have the fldi',011! \ which to base! This 1 is known as the "level culture\ ," :socalleil A elcsirahlc: lintel "situated directly on the. / It.nKry West: Friday morning. Arrive -
JHntrlct t Kail: road\, in one of the healthiest t parts\ !l ofFlorida. Saturday morning (and nt
estimates the advantages/ and\ disadvantages in ('nlltra-lilldi..n. to. the trenrlriiiysystem For particulars aildre. I'bwidalou5teleeper Jacksonville and Fernandina I by Transit:
1 I We are requcste-d tounnounec u meeting of truek-fanning in Florida. If thereare : \ of former years. Touching this! subject .IIi.i.... ;,:!-t 1', I HailroulIltuda, : ('evening/ and Savannah

't' of the Democratic Executive: Committee impediments[' or ilillk'ill ties! which can "erl'llIo'I'.1 JIrl I llendcrstaureutarksht "Gardening: by steamer City:of llridgeton Monday( morning .
I' for this district: will he held in Jacksonville.: \ Wanted.ly ), thus forming the shortest possible: : !set
it that these diIlk'nl- "
important: for; Profit : .\ills] ,: t all \private cultivators
I :, on the seeund'fhnrsdny in August. .\ full h I'I'lr.1 person.' : 1\'dekdays. only. Apply. I route hl'twI'el the "ultedtat':: and (Cuba.
ties! hou"lltt' !stated IIOwith view to future still think it ne-ec-ss.iry to dig out trenches
at this
I j, attendance I!! rcquesteel.llloxham .. : RATES.
I eorrePtion1'e would like to know for l\SUGF
six to twelves;: inches deep, involving great --- -- .
1 i ----- t-t Ciibiii. Kratrtivii.
II the benefit of others: the best': "" 'UOOIfor: Wanted Once : .
and 1/(11'1111. latiaraual expense'/ : and giving/ u very inferior Savannah to llayana.$3OO) $4sAO.

J ""; ; ,,'e learn that the Hon.( "'. D. Hloxham\ putting in early vegetables, what amount of crop to that \planted on the level surtae-e: :!oo.".barrels. bushels. Florida Seed( Potatoe-s.:Syrup. FI.rnandill to Havana... 1: 00( OS- .e I")
I! i fertilizing Is required pine lands what Jacksonville to Havana l'i i 00 :*s !
: 'r Democratic) candidate for Governor malI \ \ in the manner) practiced on hundreds of A. II.. NOM.S. ..

I lion. l '. II. M Davidson: candidates forCongress kind of fertilizer' are hl'ot.: hag far they can acres: by t the market gardeners! in the vicinity aria-k I ALDEN'S For staterooms Tourist and tickets. apply to ll\E

i I in First District, will he at Fenian- he made at home by composting, which of of New Yoik. Lime, a\nnah. (Ga. Corner om'l Hull and Hrar.tr.t. .

f t 1 t illim on the :'HHh in"t., nJIIIIIII.lr'I'I the I Ian the commercial phosphates: base proved' The lint operation' after the plants have Cement\ t. :- ... H. A. (I'\II..X.- Agent "

1 I rli i I Let tender most beneficial, what kinds vegetables Plaster.: FlrnndillllIIollt; atel..1. L. :1 Er
cock und Itloxluun\ Cluh. us taken root, and begun to grow oil'vigorous; s 't (Hair LEN: Agent.
he raised to most which bear
can profit'
them u warm reception/ ly, is called the "h llll1\ill/-t\ / process!I." svhjcllconsists .\-\XlltlIIX: A HOYT'S. Jaeksonyltle-'orucr Hay and Pine streets.

-- --- transportation best the product, per acre, : i in i draining I i! the soil with a hoe from -._,--- A. I'. LANPHERE( Agent":
Ercarston Iffl If'II.I the expense of cultivation of one kind\ compared For Jtent :-:\uj'1otiltOn: the HH.. F. .*.RM-
a point' midway between the rows to the *
I C. .\. Noycs agent of the Charleston' and to unother. Our agricultural friends T] (; :13tf
\ roots of time plants, and then with the hand 1 Two lirtda"oI11"l'1iIltholl: \ / >ol'!! t in the troughrc'i.iir I I tIellt. _
I 'Ir, ( Florida I'h'IUIII'11I1'i 1 issued!I! a tariff of fares can enlighten the many outside. and each packing it snugly IIrllllwll'llI'h. .so. us to force ] i in I i tltI.llll'lghhurhuoI.IIII1I'l''ial1) \ : ; ST. Ji.iiiY's RIVER: I.ACKIT.ri.OKA. .
$ t, ; for the. reason" to t the various summer resorts other by careful collation\ their experience desirable: as :summer residences: :Stable'soiil.I ; !1
t the brunches and\ leaves III an upright\ JMIMtion. \\' lie- ]>ro\idc'd it'rl |tuirl"1.'I'I\ \" toFLamat'I'awx "
I 1ft \ ; and to New York city t which are u larger and we have in our mind quite u number .
.\i'! this takes: away earth from the \ IIrRaVEIExT'air.txy: l "
!decrease from anything heretofore! offered ; of gentlemen whose, statements would Opposite\ : Kguiont: Hotel.( "
t base: or root, JIIort'lIllI"t l.ctolll'lIII'11! by again :
t ,1 for instance, fare from Fernamlina to ..1sht'I l Ill' of great value. Our columns are open, -
from the middle of the and a
draining row soon. 0:2' -
I : r ville and\ return, $32.401: : ; to New York and I and corn l'ontl"ec on t this .subject is especially : \ I .1111 I Jtecetved .
: :
t I :4N1 barrels: Flour. 1'11 :n.ulm .
return, $::11.
i ; _, I II f.tir''ll-- __ In the ,
/proe-essof! "blanching"twoIKTMIIISare [ :ItHI1 sacks: Corn. l\' JOHN RICJIAltJXWX,
I The It'irofrm Texan, rt"Jllirl'lI-IIIH'| to grasp: the stmtof the 150 barrels I )Pearl ( ir'st.HN .
Fall { NILI.RI'NON THE ST. ) RIVer -
!' Cruvvell urrived'from New York and hold them firm and close! while > barrels, K. D. Meal. Il\.S
Captain t'Euny.-'ontrllrr: to the opinion most plant \ .'m) boxes hll'a11.3UObalcsTintaltlmy. during the season as follows
on \\eduesd.1y at 1:1l11':1II.:!:: bringing t tcn- prevalent among the truck farmers in this the other draus up the earth and banks with Hav. I Leave ST. IRY'I EVERY MONDAY andThIURSDAY

I '. ty cabin and he( steerage passengers' and a :State: celery is one of the easiest: and surest hoc ami hand.\ Thc. obvious reasons: for :2(sacks i Oats.: .\. It. N tln'f..flUYE. )<. FEKMMUNA IH I U leave ut
good freight. She sailed ye>tenLiy nt :UI'; It also be made which is to prevent the dirt from sifting' ; in ; 1\1 wi '
crops we can grow. may days! ut 8 a. for ( ,\MP PIXCKXEV
in. with n full 1M: of j'asHengers and u full tulle of t the most profitable. Todothis, however between flit stems, causing: rust and decuy.1 and all intennediate 1 landings cm the rivetReturning

I from this 1 1'JTkS of Select \ for this work anti give the EVERY: TUESDAY: trod FRIDAY
f rargo, taking )sort logs" cedar it i is important' in addition to the essential u dry day ;

p 104 Imxtw iislur, :3.V barrels naval stones, requirements of soil and culture" so I finishing louche with the spade, packing; obit of Fernandina.IIIC.II touchlug, will at arrive'. at :ST.: .)hnY'1 ut : p. 11..

I I, waterinelnnsi( \ and u lot of tt'lll'n,11IIl'r., time the to base the alai smoothing/ dirt on each side und ; w'.1TF.n.$11tunlay : \1'EIXESU.Y.ns.S/ls.\
to $ mid
I planting as SATURDAYS
I crop : July 17....... 3W: ) .\. M. :I-Ifi: ) r. M.
dl.llllU"t. ready for market six weeks! earlier than the leaving it in shupe similar to an Illwrtl'41wl'llgl' :Sunday: \ : 18...... 4lf: -IM: It will (leave ST. )hnY'1 at 8:30: a. in., and calm

Florida Volcano.This U..ualltt'riod.| In other words, let theshipnenU or sharp roof.. The crop\ is now made\ Noonday\ \ ." W...... ;5.:1:;!:I" 5:5\1: \) It Inc bartered t for excursions toDDlaeIt'
the month of und will remain in the field 1 l without injury, I 'I TIII.-.la\: :.'11.. ..... li'Ii": jlI: ::! '.
begin during January
institution Aiakes its }
\ IlInuaIIII'IU.Ult'e \ I until wanted for the table or for shipping. \\'( h\"lar.; .a :!L,7::s1 a. j:5ti": 1 und either |p4inb e> t in thc vicinity
I ; about the time of the lICla-HI'rlll'lIt'4' vernal instead of )March us heretofore. This being I I Thur..lw, .. :!".?...... 1'11 It 1'-1:1": : of Fernandiiia. Intc.r

visit: und f is then relegated the realms the heart of the great visiting season, und a Friday, :a..,... lIUS": !11 I:!7 It Through Kill ofby

I I of mystery. It is to he honed that no bona time when vegetables are scarce und high, OutIrporfs. LOW wTEN.atunlay LINE of I..uUIJ all

> a rule attempt will l 11 e made to iliA-overwho would OIH.'II up lucrative Southern markets, At a convention recently held in Fenian-lines :$: Jnly 17...... {IW: s. )I. lOl: 1 p M. [I"ilt 1\LLOtYS 01 Mary's.C'lose tt'ller "
dint the of the different .. jt.
bv managers : : t. .11<. ... "
: .lOIS
Sunday 11:21
\ builds that annual\ bonfire, ut it would be a not only in Florida, but in (!corgia und of transportation, it was usccrtuincd that : : to Couiiertloii
Monday. 11).11:21'1: ......
) j pity to n>oil $o interesting a mystery.'t South Ca.n)1IIlu."ith our advantages of during the winter of 187D-W there was 'I Tuesday, :'O...... O::I 0:32: : made with the New York and SavannalKteamen.

publish in another column a lon% column of climate it I is likely our entire crop might be shipped from Florida four hun.ln'lnlll fifty I 11'elttyday 21...... 1:: ) 1:31: .. Mark all "lar of Steamer

".' moke about it.Fire. disposed: of in .\tlallta,a.\uglL..ta, Maeon, Savannah thuusuntihoxesofonuigew ; each leixwilt uvcrugo ', Thurso1a\. :!".?...... 2W: II :!::4 flora, Fernandina."
j and Charier-ton without the necessity 01hun.trt'll and twenty-eight oranges, I Friday. It ::3.!: ..... 3:07: 3:33: GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR It\S
-- -- ;
uncl' weighs eighty pounds ; that would be Excursionists and
I ,
of Northern cities. Hut inany 60.600,000\ weighing 30,000.000( __ snft'l. Touritji
In Jacksonville.On shipping oranges !! a very attractive trip,
; iounds. A ear will ISio boxes of oranges '' J10n I \(: XKWS NFUIALS.: Is 1'4 f''ncrJ
there need ho carry grand and alligators and other
tiaturvUiy, 10th inst., the new Methodist event no apprehension on I came are
weighing 1COOO pounds : that makes; I abuiulant.
Church and parsonage were destroyed the score of profitable sales of celery.. duringthe / 22M car loads. i I % CHAUMIXG( NEW: STORY. For further information apply to

by fire. The waterworks failed to accomplish 1l'14t1luLu't' designated.The The same convention referred to at Fer- .1. \.. JOHN RICHARDSON,

what wus exj>ected of thl'1IIIIltI but heeds t are tardy in germinating, und nandina also! reports that during the -aS4lnof' I 1I-:"'iItES'O.: "' f Fernandina, :Flail

for the providential outpour of a. heavy rainhtoriu the growth of the young plants i is very slow. 1H7U. 100um crates vegetables wereshipped '' Hv Moss. M. E.: HEVTU, etr 1'ZRlxLA.ThtI -. ---
from the Transit: 1:3111't)11'Th\ () :I n\ (' K iMtYr\v
I an extensive (Hagration would have h) that ample time must be allowed. It hail net data by which they could estimate I -- ,
taken place. The lesson from the unjirelurtiliicbd will require about three months from the correctly the crop fnnu the $:t. John's River, NEWSOf :
but wo have good 1'l't..IIto believe that it 'I 1 Jull7tli will contain the Wheilc-sale and Retail _
on this iM-cu ion may prove u val (sowing of the seed for the plants to attain opening chap I
S { was fully one-third) of that front the Transit '! tern of a new serial story of adsorbing interes .
cable warning. Wi'leurnthe i projicrty i was suflkientdize and vigor for transplanting : HU \ll.Inlat would make 13ocx: : ) boxes and 'I >. entitled REVIRF.: : (X>," by Mis5! )f. E.:
.iirctty; well 'Jnsured. amt three to four n\ll1'l'ltt'f.11't' they are readyfor 300 boxes to the car would give 443 car I I heath SIn BOOKS., STATIONERY, f

market. Thefore it is advisable, we III"als.tI" this to the or.Ule'nt\,, and we making; this announceiiient we have

Home I'roduct think, tti get the seed in the ground at 01\1'('. have :2. to the Northern market and we j NEW* that u rare literary treat is in store for
In Sunbom A Hoyt'f store can be stt-n a I'rt'pure U>xes or uurl'tltol".1 beds us for I "la1.311i car l.kiiU for the North uet. The I them. il Hty STRET

Marbleheud tuiuosh grown Amelia Island, cabl/tges or cauliflower, and arrange; for pro I present (1'l'If\ vegetables which is now I I.eI' "REVIRExCO": : ; ; will run through tsuue !WDT ,

a near here, weighing eighty-two jH.unds. The tl't'tilllfrm" the sun during the heat of the sing liar voted promises' to IK :pNnNNon> the .i\ fir eight nuinhen of the WEEKLYSuUseriptietn : JACKSONVILLE. .
I 'transit Railroad, with un equal( increase on ': : ; $2 #1 for 1..1:1
t'f'' u veer six months.
market unexcelleil from !
V in rains and the
watennelons our are day beating drip
the St. John' Nature has'Inlvidel' \ us with I Money can K- sent by Money Order, Registered .
for size and quality, dipt. Thomas, from tree. Mark off the II rill" lightly fix or a great highway to the Northern cities I I Lusher or Expros: at our risk",

I four acres of land planted in }1"tatClc'tf. has eight inche &apart and sow the seed at the j' which is npw almost our exclusive. market. I J. H. KST1LL.: t I

realized six linnJretl dollars the present K-a- rate of about one ounce/ to twenty fevl of competition Our increastfel we l.nIlIUtti"lI find in foreign und the fruits strong'and _:il _-l_ Savannah\ ( !ia. I I c School' lluoksu Specialty'. Ix

..sou1'hat is to prevent our whole Maud j I drill. They scarcely 1 need>> covrEing with 1 vegetables make it necessary for us to tot't'k JOB I PRINTING, in every style, and at I ''i '1t11)FTUTIh }: )-IUmOlt'E.- /

R? ) froull1l'l'Ouling a profitable garden "1 lOt earth, (tatting them in with the "back of a borne other market to which; wee-unship a I lowest rates at the MIUKOB ofllce. S' annum:. ; H for six months .

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