Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: July 24, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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,' : I VOL. II. FEKNANDINA FLASATURDAY[ \ .ITLY ','4, 1 1880. NO. ..1::.

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'I;(1 L I(J KXCK children of dilVercnt nationalities: ,
; l.rl' I\TKL: nflr-
STATI: xmrs. I l presence and through their I beautiful llora' "himl I IU.nn.l ._-- wise the horrors would have been (

I decorations which their ,delicate taste coii'ceived J Resolved: by the council of Cedar Key in i (CITY M I\K-O.: July :'J.- Election returns: a thousand fill Tlc'idol'l"u.. :soldiciswere

Ill'mlfot'd. and their ready hatuls wrought: out. council assembled, That the sum of I three 1'1',1 I the..interior show': that Ieh< Jini/alcs(; is I let loose in IIII IlIh. wile storm I

A correspondent of the Ttlrgrnjih says : "Ihave lidded) greatly to the pleasures of the meet'- hundred 1 ,dollar". be appropriated\ \ : to bo expended : far: ahead of all his ('"II'lillr" united and : were hl'"k"1 open, II the nftcrnoon
finished the Ik'lil work of of with. is without doubt ,.,. 'h"111!I'summa'apprchtnsit11 Arica was: ill fialllcs.lalterutlyiC'eunftrtn.
just tny ecuiJ committee two. acting
\ ill!!'. May the survhors: who u" l'IIIIIIt'llll'r(' by a I the of pelsonsnot tilt statement that

't, sus
'!., of inhabitants! /list) number of furm, oin>. I \ of olpure 1HI.'I.lal111 ; the net or,lingto an ryes
,;;' ; of this iinnixcrsaty: and. may the pcoplt the practicability! obtaining! a supply ( (fl" i+ inauuuratcd. Het i thl''il' 11 being
1., the I informed believe, that with the I tll'rl\is not I ingle house (eft- .
\ found everywhere the substratum tlll
'J' )people generous of this city be permitted to again extent \ water, by Inning through; 1..1 persons Witll' miserable

'\ji! :I hospitable and kind, ready to give 11Ihl'\ I I ill near future, another welcome to them of rock and clay underlying tie dly. present I'resident(''lhlllllill! Diaz hl"1(is;Sen.impossible Onnalesand : % ; standing excuse 1111('IIJh'll''lnlhli"l. ,,Thl olllcers-

a ;.infiirination required, making the entire i'helaliGihlarrisththisolorldngbringhag ( ; I I -Saturday:: \ last tho body of a strange' that every such attempt 1\'olllll"il ,' crushed im for. the outrage was: that they' could not control

{work a ]pleasure, for which they have m my I, of her cargo l.'IMI;< > )pineapple man by the name: of! foul lt.in>tton, was recovered mediately.CVNVVSMM. their men, .ldntiral'itiyer'IS has declared -
us part !
heartfelt thank all\ that could l li ; hl"lItl10",11 l drowned ) that if the('hilal ('llI Lima wi
Crops: are i and hall'l'al'h.' soul\ bo having '
weighing live pounds n for the
/ !: u VOTIX MOSTLY[ Fittturi.ts'r-: share the :same n' \I 'f alll
he desired, Health universally: good and I were\ raised by I Mr. ,\. l L. Hatch, of llockledge the evening; before An inquest, was heldover I The I following t ,I'i..iOI. wtts 1: 1'I.I'rl'.1 1 by the reason.The .

''lie people 1'ro"l'ernu'l11,1 1 happy. Judging( ; ; It..lialI'ln'r.--\. writer in the Tain the body by Justice. Mi'(jiiccn, and the :Supreme: Court of Kansas, in til case "I port of Chaneav, north, of ( 'nlll hnbeen "

(from the manner in which they speak of II that in folk verdict. of! the jury was that the dttralt'Icame The State h KmS.::. "'. Mitchell. ( 1111'1 declared blockaded.The \.
'J" pa Trilniiif says: everyote ss'r. It. :Stephens.: ; ( after the eapturent'.lrira, r.
'f": ; [Hancock:' I'lloxham: and Flnlcy, they will county will be cast, exccjit one, for llancocl.( to his death by accidental drowning.Whilc : 11111"flarl''r. .\1111 .lldi.1 0111''"'III in the ('111111',1' /.'hian''I, opened (to (''IIII'r\the Custom

: 't. fhe! at the polls to give tin-so gentlemen a I and lilt xham'ui"a.i.a : ( hfil,' hill II/I"IlII., Harper, r"I'I'.nll"t""I' and for 1:1'1-: I II House of Arica, and business was Ig'inIl.kilj

hearty support:< in Xovrinher.\ County' poliRics \ : tutu of county ,.aI, tl' returns made to I: :- its accustomed channels in that (h.
l t night. the residence of ]Dr. 'd'1'" Uruufle. eaiuassini of ::!,'.!17.
are looking up a little, and\ if the cammnign : ; hoard '.h"w,11'oh' I pal'lnl'"t
I' 1 feel that cundiutcM II Hicks, at Arcadia, Mas destroyed by lire our exchanges! make fiv' m-nt mention \ :There were in fact only about HiH1 legal I
is < -
warm, :sure 77ir lYntumiltii'
\ Ncry The origin of the lire is: not known, hut !it ,of prevailing ,disease in many: of tin voters! in the ,'ollll '. On application fora. I nall'fati.
for county olliceswill: not )lie wiuliing. I mandamus: to (' the board! to canvass: Last week 1),1 K. ) 11 r. C.
attributed. to rats and stray Illall'h,'". At tin cities and regions tboStates: : sltl.d'' : Florida The orange/ trees of Bradford, roomyarc these: returns :1.Ih.d.I'. the 1'-II; 11 I \v.'mtke |iiaiti 11\1
[making more rapid Iu.l'iol'ou"; growth time a colored( man wa< in charge: of the' our State paper generallypeak: of tin That notwithstanding: ; the fact thlt the ,11- ':' in I the interest this 1'1.11. A meeting

house, the doctor and, his family being) XortI h healthfulness their several localities. Just 1 ties of the board are only ministerial! and was held! with I the business: II'lIlf I tho placeand

this reason than'l'r before. This I is thecase His \libraryhich it is said: was very valua. hero, In the heart of the most t southerlyState that it is not charged with the duty 01 inijnirint a long 11,1 interesting cniifcrcncu hadus
the entire belt in tincounty. of the the of the
throughout i orange/ into the reception Illegal to the people tlWI
i Those who have I urn engaged inorange bio, wns totally destroyed. Not Ibig was of the t'nimi, and I in midsummer, ,, rtjl..tiolol': legalotes, or 1'11,11"111'1' IlIh ('rlhill ahililII usnjllcicnt. sum with which to .

,, culture for ;t ,declaretII saved: (from the building! except a table ama there I is almost absolute\ freedom !from sickness tiers at the 1"1111. this court will in the I \I.I11 cross-tie the unfinished part of the
; many years ] picture or" two. Insuranceabout ;?|tINNI< ) of all kinds. liven thchigh mountainous exercise! of I"olll.III""ldill, not ('\1 (ap road IW1 hero and I Orange) : Lake. Their
(' have never seen anything like it be- I thel for t tho business of tho
so an outrage on proposition was :
gross Ill'l
The old Confederate flag which was displayed of (Colorado\ cannot shovvalovvci ar"It111101
lore.-All kindof\ farm: crops in this: regions l\ ; \al"l-ho" by issuing I I mandamus place to take the contract and bo repaid infreight
at Metropolitan Hall during the recent death rate, or a higher h'nlta'all'! than run \ of a technical I and
'Ii, Bounty, are reported to he good. The cane or ( 0111".1. the'11': 1'\11"1"11'1:11011 obligations! 1'11
: reunion, has been photographed\ bjMr. Orange county at this time ; and\ this, tau, lit compliance, with '\11tl' canvass: of returns tho company, lhs'I'111 the inonev and
said he
,? and rice to unusuaTly good
crops are ) /
! it' Ii.! \\'. :swift: The photograph shows:- n season of the year when it might; I bo expected I whirl are so palpably/ mere farce us the (''llal\ would do the w'ork. At til'11'l'l
: There i is no earthly reason \\Iiy I Itr.idfordshould : expression of popular will, as I i proposition:<1 made,1 last spring
1"1 11'1,1
r plainly, t'iglalr-lhl'IIIIIl.t holcsand a mini\ that! disease would show itsilf, Il'lIt
', not Inthe best' : 1 rice-producing. county crime :a gain' t republican 11"litllillll". hind, and earnestly, and olllly1j.t "r.tll(' I
I' : in the State.: We have many: thousands olacres I II"'I' of rents, made, probably, by larger missiles. I all.\ This region/ is absolutely! I'mfrom anyprevailing 'f"ftI'f. that returns so 1'o".I\and manifest Jlnniiff, way disc'n 1l'r 1111 The 1

; I IIr hums a grc.it many orders" I for tinphotograph / disease. The people ,Inns' 1 lt I'l(', have no f u rte as evidence, and proposition was for tore 1 ifterchants of the r"
, 'x of laudselllal.y'tultt it.s production, have; no value in l proceeding' to dercr- I place l and all 1 tlur15h I) would, have to pay
\ \ and is printing them lI'III'l'Yarl'III'.I..I' have delirium tremens, :and 11 there isn't \politics any
'i and\ no crop pays: Netter' con.sidcring, the' mine the result of 11\,1"111" freights/ Jo simply 111\lle \ portion lthl. r
," \. Parties: who would like to M-- enough! to l'xdh'lIIlY alarm: or apprehension. would
I mode cultivation ami( the little necessaryl.il freight IIH'Ihat( they pay cllr-
...' cure picture\ of this tlag-the hug of the \\'(, uro virtuous and happy, volt Tun CAITI-UI( : "P Tvc.vv.-The followinaccount t -* !ug! the earning; season, und get therefor nn
t / / Tr'httll'' .
M ir.- '// c '
I.. Second I Florida 1 tginleut-IS111: / get t them by both Republican: and I }Democratic tickets. of tn! > capture' "fTII'la :II.\rl'll" obligation; from the company to" repay' it in
condensed I from the Lima ('" 111' the road in order.
Columbia.'e calling, at the gallery.'-Tin' in \lIIil '. --II"/'I/Id" /,' .- \ freight WII'I was running
sending;; or" ; and dwell together < TheNnrnnd lie itld. Ill the battle of Tacna .\ committo was Ih1 selected by Mr. Long; ,

\r have ohtained from our courteous 1'lIih'clllIh': : :< Court, Hon. Tho" :Settle: presiding \ Jxtftff.Sofrii. it now 111'111111 that Vice-Admiral: Monterodeclined the dlirlal, consi.stin1- Capt. :Samuel: )

; ,county (..It'r111111\: the atr.ihle Mr.( John W.foinpkins i ij adjurned\ yesterday, ( the llrst I Mon( Fi.omi'V Rvii.uovn.This enterprise t ho command ollered, him by; Ii"I. Agnew, C.!.ill. HI'IWI anc.11/ a i I H'lIr"ol.

the olliciat iit' latnlt of ]Lake tlay in :: 1l'IIIbl'I'-Jlirrzr.The will ( ::111'1'1"1 thoday before, disposition \\tl Mr. Ivong In 1111t. to ('
lit -1 is /going mi all right: and has met If I I \ furies luas'inghren; ; made by thelatter and all in tll and

< 'it. It is l,3So. In answer: to the many \present season has been very fist: ra- much less obstruction in its \progress: than i- the tilrllHr refused to assume :so< gni\' solicit upon any(tln-ir subscriptions\persons: for Ibis work.IIWI This

inquiries"' addressed. to us during the past\ hie thus farts'rthegrivthuflmeorulgetree, Usually tho case with an undertaking ..I' itmagnitude. I respop-Oiilitv" : at "o critical, I 1111111'11 I committee I went (to work and! :succeeded< in

two as. to thl'l'Ol'lIll1lillllol'' our town, the time the made has trouble it has |hail, Thl'lI 1.Irl' it is now asl'rhI. only consisted IIlult $7lMKi I. with prospects of in
years and at ]in-sent I t progress;; :: The !greatest I I : Itolivians i 1'III"illl
il II'a : ,, that This is small
: certainly:
of : 111 I' ( PIIIII. :
we have answered 1 fourteen hundred, only been something \\onderfnl. \Vc have never: to encounter thus far in rapid' i constru'-tim.. vmu.:: all, he uua'QINII/hint-! > / .\ri"I,, amount for such a community to subscribein I

missing: it, it $'l'l'III", I hy, fifteen,-Loir. City witnessed such u healthyigorotis appearance \ \ has been its hand-1. ( 'ol"I'lla""r, has: bred too far, oil' II "render any U..I
Hrjmrtcr. as the trees present now. The wale insect employed' 1 almost exclusively i in gradingTho ; allied t'o'Ves: wen divided' : into' two wings: however' of costs given by the visiting gen

.Democratic) Club was organi/.od;. in LakeCity which committed stall ravages! lust year company have paid their hands promptly the \.1 wiir under; IIh'r I'alotprro(Colonel. Tin( :II'h".IIItill' Chilians( \,, llemu'n--as mutter. was u yet survey to bo for made, 1 1'I'rtlillilll. that

mi the Oth. The l Jirjturter says : "1'rom and whidlll\I'I'Hl'l.,1| formidable the early' I on the loth of everyinunlli, and when a instead.attacking: in front, ivs seems tl 1"1 the-cause for subscription IIIIYIlwl -

lie i numher present) and the spirit.displayedwe spring, has, where the trees! were I'rol'rlr j :Southern: "darkey' ;gets: a months wages; hi have h1 anticipated, 1"11'.1 their vvbob Tin-so estimates 1 i \tlC r' IIW 1'111:1 pre
predict that the organization will be a cared I for, nearlydisappeared.\ \ The fruit i I" his hand!*, !he is'not of much' account, nntihe force on anti the heft "II from!. the .reserves' nlnforcetattain under 111'cl1y, tin; chief engineer' of the company 1y
n'II1 madebo will to Oeula
'011 as :
working one. The Democrats arc very enthusiastic plump, well formed, smooth:< and \'Q'fn'l! has spent it. Tho result, \ has been that at Vice-Admiral Mon tern's ('011 1 H II\. 111ll0' 11lla111'1 before the :
I this year, and are sure! of success: : : from rust. The only specimens of rusty) every pay-day a considerable, number\ of colored reserves that could brought ill) (' ) f'PI then' I bo setlhMl I who is to take tho contract

. hut I they do not intend to let overconfidence skin we have observed this year were confined hands have knocked' otrundgoncdnwi; the inipetnosity and stubbornness: of 111' It- the the/ ettizchsV( rather

do the business: for them, but will those limbs whidi nlretterlsvith'cult lack. on tl hf svinganilthereservs: : wlli.f think 0111"11.III'( sum necessary: is not 1 too
to were the river to spend their They quit .
money. bad "" (' I'lIt tl I. assistance: I were 01111'trin1 largo that the will bo raised hero in
work faithfully to the List. They foci that which more and wore confirmus I not from any dissatisfaction with theirs. urk hack on (tl already! weakened town and (be (1101'Y. 1 for ;grading and cni.,--

success 1 is: good for them, but that an overwhelming in the 1Il'\il'fthat\ the rust on the tir age or employers, but simply to spend) thoiimoney. Finally 1"'II'iUl bad to, retreatleaving tieing taken by,"tral one! or more of the sub
defeat of the l H'puhllt'nlparlr is is due to the presence of insects. The crop It takes: week or more\ to lIl'l'lythl' 1'11(11 in 1111" II the Chilians.' scribers.The .
he desire and they will endeavor, to After tll.. terrible disaster I was: seen that company have purchased 1 the iron to
to will only be a medium uuc.-Friday bight r places, and this fact has protracted:\ thework
the hail
Arica II..t fall. Once ('ol'II'rl| rail the rood. to Oivda, and they /
work to that end. some sneak thief entered the yard of .1.11',. beyond the expectations of the president I- reorganized their forces, they sent (i.tMMi men completion, of the road to this tla'lIlh'l'Ihe place

.\ ratification meeting addressed by (;l'lI- Whitney, KSIJ., who lives three. miles from Mr.[ Hcnck. I If the first full ('01'1'1': by train to luII. when* they encamped mi within one month after bo( road 1 is graded

oral Fin ley, was held Wclborn on the : the city, and\ roljieil 1 him of ninety-three of hands: had continued 1 right) ul,,ii., the rind) tho4th m of.llh', the command, of inn-; and cross-tied.\ The timo spoken .jil whichtho
: He !suit of truce, road be 1 I js first
era : will
.. Uloxham Club | likely lilli.II tht
and 11111111
UHli, lord a Hancock orAn i his best beds The most of them were olvery would have )been completed to 4)rlau'holnngago. ) .. ; and Ba'IIIII.111111'11111111 '' asked 1 day of December.) Those ,111 have interested -

!r1l1l1Zl"(\. line breed I, and four' of tlll'lIIl'o"t" him ; The road,I Is now ;graded nearly to :-:illdair' them to 111 'W'r was char- I thcim-clvc I In this( : mutter 1,1'I'

election will bo held on the first Monday I -sO(j apiece. 11r.Vluituiey and family Wl'reIIb"'lIt ",, (two miles this side 1'1' Orlando and I acleristirtt' : until the last nutrMgi)! is sanguine of the completion of (bo 1'1,1 ,
order. of lireiL"mice\ / inort be sent, and again I Hologncsi that Messrs.[ Maxwell and'ulee ma-Jo
of :September: pursuant to an I II at the time.-We! learn from a goodsource the track is IIl'lIrllai.1 to the 0"01:1Ia( : : ; day
I the board of county conunisMoncrs! for the : that the loss be, after lII: ltallol m with his brave I fa\urilllc impression I on our people.' !
soon as can Tin1
just as tion, "some two miles beyond )[lilall'l brother 11'l'r' l.tlrll..1 the same answer, The engineer is looked 1 for now every day
purpose of submitting to the legal voters, of : adjusted the trustees! of t the Trinity Church I business of the road I Is considerable, and I, of and tll ., to tight (to the last. IlolO with his f'IJt.11'11 he arrives I meetingwill

said county the expediency of issuing about i will commence I I rebuilding their' house ofwarshipT'headvanceguarthof course, increases, with every "tatiol reached.Miiifunt \. 11' 1 the (i'll'rl in command, ; Juan bo (' ), and,! if tae cost, completing

eighty-four thousand: dollars! of new couponINaols 'I : the orange Jotiriml, Moore WOM in command of the Morro[ undLagoniarsino ta road us "tal.I., ('1111':< within! the ability
the Minim Capac, TheIVrnvians tho'iiecessary tilings 'will l
: for the purpose of funding"the outstanding I crop I is just reaching our city In a few J'ntnnm. : "(11 II (to IIi't been under tl "I. immediately tlllll"I'ril''II.put in operation looking; to-

indebtedness: of said: county, now I I weeks there will be thousands upon thou advancement iii'our tramigegro5ing I Maine delusion i here us at Tacna. They 1/,1 Wil)' (ho ('ulIIlldl/1 ami running of tin

estimated, to amount to about two hundred 1 'I 14,11IIlfl'l\ll for inspection.-Jacksonvilleis made every provision, for receiving their: ('11- road by lute ijlJ.-Of /( "".
of interests is Looming more latbtI'lory'l'r' 111"1 jii front, wlal. the batteries 11'nl
inclusive I
and eighty thousand dollars!!, fast securing an enviable reputation fur
year. Practically business: promises an Josrt, :Santa: JC: 111 the )111'1'1 were tokeen 1.'I/IH''N HUT Timber
date the .said new tl .10,1 1O'H'I"O
interest to \Vtstsvill
thucxcehleuceofhercigars. Key
I'rilldl'al11111 wcll-sii-taincd 1 fire on
that is i and profitable. To the up 1 tl'.Id IUHllf'HI.
coupon bonds to be issued 1 being tit the rate soon occupy a i>o itii>n in the rear.-.S'''/i1'ftM. rti1 IIC.IIII man easy limited means: affords! aurl' (Miftuif, the .1/IlIIl"I'I (',' 1111 In our last paper %.t' published) the amount

of thirty cents on the dollar of the present I \41IUI"f I of Itatn, wlll'l "lrt open fire. Ilt. ut'freight! earned, in tin six months ending
income without the and
wear slat the '
outstanding indebtedness the county; thesaid }:sett nt ref rt. i'lI' 111111 ('aklllall"I ( enemy J n no.:'HI, hy vessels carrying
incessant labor that in the. cultivation i- nnrrhed /rolll/l, taking: long circuit :1:11111111\111:
: : I .
11'11 timber I from I I wo.havo shun,
new coujions to bear interest at the rate On Saturday last a son of James IMwards: 1-I1"lli..lle their (encampment. at Llutu to the I h : "le .
of the when Inuring 'iajrI' ) ) the
( (, number
tlhl,1111 '
of six per cent. j>er annum, payable p scmi- colored I. of this city, while riding on one of 101'1. 1i hlunriI.iuunely Anpa, occupying in this march : 1 II'\ British :<.rllllle. II 1If. herewith
fruit, will small family \1 >
suplurt] I of the 'Mb and (lib lusts. At daybreak, onhe lu'c.f
annually at the bunks: in Jacksonville, Florida the lumber cars of the 1't'II ul'lIla.I'erllit"; timber 111,1 Inmbir thlt il, t
every year. I'rovidence 10.t certainly t 7th the men in t the newly constructedVirts I
and the princijuil of said Iwmds to he Railroad, fell on the truck below, and\ I wascut section to the east, of tho Morro.saw s'alnetifeurgocs, etc,, follows : ,
in /I
has oK-ning .
lah. un | IIIt Mighty-nine vessels, tN< ) tons
made payable in eijual amounts: in five, !ten, in two by the heels, being) instantly r tll. an enemy, but at the hoomin,: of I gun III nvrraging
h. -have
which em cleared (from takingcuruocs
,for the poor, by they can gain a 1.:1111.:
and at the hunks in almt ofIItl' seaward the ground was alit with Chilians: ,
fifteen twentyyeas killed. The boy was eleven years the total value of which was about
tihlN Nt, at 1(" "( of but little exjK-nsc. Iln'-1 I and with one splendid ( liar: ?e they tiMtk the
Jacksonville, Florida.ItHVttl. / Justice, 1'owell! held I an impicst over first fort in the soul svithrin $iUAUNI.rOf( ) tll'W.: 77 went t"I".rto in the
is how is to
only 'question man r.ur. liil't'r' nitcil
1'1 I ami the remaining 12 1 to
the of the on :Saturday: afternoon.., it. The ,; ,' Kingdom; ,
111,1) buY and wait ,for the lint frit.. II' his ('r"". Cell, I 1'xt WI Inktl II Jlall'r, I other parts of I ho world Tho freight figures
J. II. Abbott says: in the .s'i nml /'rear and\ the jury found verdict in accordance :i there is ul wits to meet this necessity and every ltl there also. bavutletetl.11'luile tIle I w'rt not gln'l. but lln-v amount to about
1 way HI"'I was going till
lx above statement.. .\ witness testified guns Ivvice the of the timber' '
cannot with the milking
re-servoir cost r
that the water from the ) over u
1 ', commonsense Ihe Morro[ / will the Chi (
provided tIH'rfl" frugality fully 'occupied! I
I w'rt dollars earned by Urilisb: vessel I Iil
awl that in bis thut he lauII'It'l'1I the boy nodding( just: Illilliollf
hUll Another mail
used for washing purjioses I and I "sijuadron. charge was I $
"dl.I' u half ) which
of filtering can makeit before he fell oil, and it i is supp\ iscd that lie 1n.III-/.ululm/ .gainst the Morro and after a ifesjKrutetight year IIU'It ivtitprobably
no ,
judgment 71'tMit< tho
The nomination of ( Finley[ for Congress .t it mitt 111.
Muted i'l I to ( fell, u few its
went to sleep.\ It is also that he was 111,1 Iulllit only lt' by this feet
tlllll represented
in'this district is to the escaping to the 1'laza
satisfactory entire :! ,
so.A stealing a ride on the train, and was sitting ,1.f'I.I1' When l the fat i Is taken into considerationthat i
rutit l'atiolllll't'- all gallantly met their deaths.
enthusiastic they
and !
large The record of i is "h(1 fell
the :UUthin about\ the middle of it, where he could net party. tlitll'III/ul The ; Jinw and Hanta Rosa batteries tht tt'.t this "('U'I below the UMlal
Jacksonville on .4
ing was held at without a We have klowu ( I to rculi* how much money
1tall IIn- umlcrmined and the IU'l'rUjU. >
tie seen by either engineer or conductor. i "t'r. \'lult.'lht'Hk.-
..t., which was addressed I by Jov. Wox- Icy) all our Florida 11'..., and can, without reserve : i'd with explosives, ,'III''h..1 with the Morro "', Jrilll sends to I'ctuWmvlaawulully. ,
I'eivmtola Adfaiire. / ,
ham, (;ien, Finley and Senator Call, and say that be is one of the noblest aid by t.lric .. tl. intention Mug if .1t1'111t.
Senator Call'ssleech The for the past week has! they into the! hands of tliftneinytn I'. 0
enthusiasm.! temperature :
elicited much
inost generous hearted IIK-II we ever. met.lien. 111 fal I LCMUElt ..K TIn: BI'I ': Hog
particularly i is said to have b'n'Cr)' been of a most excessive: nature the days not Finley stands high a4u jurist; us I judge I before' be thel rcrviveil up. his It is( asserted that ton.-Jn-d M.rc. of the executive (''lllilt.IUI..E1.t(, ( tIll l IHlml tl!|

eloquent und effective. only being hot but the nights; opprcsMve.This If"lr'ir'uit court, he was noted for his jndi- the fatal. ) button' and destroyed It.ltf\01111.turn Some trustees of the I Ka Wall 1st: Iln.r Bridge was heldut .

The steamer Jf'tttie was old\ this morning state of weather I is owing to the severe vial ali impartial set lsiouN. Xo abler man i -too I''ru\/al/ soldiers wt'r' hlI up with the "t11 when Jtl''t.the Jroukh'n.t'111.1.I vttcnLiy -.>-

u-s she lies: stranded in "'fhej.teN.:; ," by the drought: experienced I. and it is to be 1 hojied ould have h'IIll't.1 In 'this district, for the bad buttery time to of vacate Santa its l. they not having I hog iII""I
1'iiited States Marshal, to (!'apt. C. H. Smith, that the clerk: of the weather will be as gru- the jiottitioii that he now sus tins,( before thtople. <' I The fight' "'uwlr.l. Us,. was severe T.beichnmr [ were oj>cned.\ There were twenty iiall.
ions! ere lung to this! locality as he has ben firth (\ The (" 'lItrlnt, uwurd the biscentleman received
for $';1.111.) This was considered low, as ( h- This inot the time that ( one .11t'1 wllih. cntiring the lowest
machinery was estimated to l be worth $:Jnno., to adjoining sections. It is consoling! however has been honored with the JI- one 1 of her iMirts .. men ; thetn'.hGNla I I HUJ.I. ir 1 If,<.Ir.Lly. I Till 1111..r Is for outside

t The lltttie was the projuTty of )[1'. J. R. to know\ that thehealth of the community nation for Congress ; he hal I IMI-II in the cording: 'to rwo.ln..l several the I .luJt.tntc,, 11,1. *('- bottom plunk l I.Iow I.LIlo.tWWH
r.ortfrll 'Iulrtcr.
I'age, for whom )lr. J. (C. reeley! held a was never in a 1 letter 'IIIIlitl'JIJ.-fi/l- It-Id twice Ief"r. and bus had to contest hi*. hail t"I.( run agrouml. .I tl'l) trumwuvs, luitiom' plankn tutI.l ( th"

Lower of attorney. It is intended by the rrttt. election against various 1"11.. We have When JJI "I.rhlt. I 1'eriivian naval tiers'preuderu IrlllUUIWII. \' r.'ilwuy elrvatctlpn.tllcnadaand stiin crs, tens
lIUII.Ia..tl'r I.ri'jhl
uflieer'aw the l token he )
at once.The reason to believe that this faithful 'et- Iwl.llh .
puri-luiser to remove the machinery very i stris.1 l'ailwlttll ( -\'fe 3tjrklies-
but ))
was one hoi I and that was to I
of Col. Frank .
Johnnie son .
reunion of Terry' Brigade ItaiprlJ't..1 ) I'apy, (run will triumph over bis |1"li/.ul..IClil./ sink 'his tin- Ji" O'l"'l. tu, .teamiiiK atil.'
not J It I'apy, is becoming quite proficient us aimirkMiian and the ( Xovcmher him .hiI. the rltruls,5e niinns! Irmnf( l KppintftTtV: IuldN'I1areeomiuettsl1siththetiruu : -
to hue an occasion of enjoyment, i t coining wi give: I i /( plngsi were oin-iml, he
\ having killt-t with his little .Shot .. und his men took (to and the ot ;
"'(ily of the veteran who marched in its nujority that wi _iU-me opjM?ition. tl I.JI. bip I I Hu-I ttt''t.( m.II 1.1 of JbU 1'II.iuer.
t- other m Thursday, two juitohawksunda fVitiu, kcth..l"vtf ali II '
"ik\\ j in thc days of trial but to cx- 1 gnus| JlraJ.St. The shlpb of neutral nations refu ed ti I ( 1',6
the wing at Ii ,
bird some <
tdiers t of Loth armies and to our citizen humming on /oltu'l. tike bint on Uiard be clue
: I' ali finally viirrt-u- n FN. J \Is of the heel:
-'l'IIl''oll. The reception of the \'ererolll'trllll' tance.Ve don't uiluietluemo'iquitohawkswbut Senator Wilkinson l'ul all family are I dual himself U prisoner to the captain of C.rleu in'alrll'' Ke trade: this year i"jo:

other parts of the :State' and the 'pru- we do hope that our young friend will landing M>ine time in our city and t Jtat't In Il"l than threw hour from the !ua"lt of white-" rut-pnNf w heat on tl""I'ur

i vLsion-i made for their i'liUrtainment while not lie *, cruel as to kill any inure humming tlf. W of yore, ,.ll'n ami allaM him-I''tirinJ of the t5r t shot MIl*** ovir and the land.. Heuavf 1W bu
lucre could have bjnh4." They are ton beautiful( and rarr.floritii'u .- "wi-loome) them t the sea-breeze flag waved trnll.Jlant' over Aricu.r.jrtunattly ten UiljM|. a bu ln(.t>t tjte "lat'lof 'liattlu.} .
I'V our citizens, was all that tl.q frdu; luur"lr luautaken tion am dig thu rarl\r. of tu" Isis j
l :en JiVirwl. The ladies of thedty by' their (. S4 J"I., Jnl t. on l>jarf WOIIIHI uml fur II. aunt frul'. i.II ,,

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7'/UIW. ,-, 1-. tern of (), l CoUilici-s of hoth sexes I llattering hipe that inn few,days ttioviinunldhe for Ida exiVutioii.( is believed tliut : less on the floor, where he was found some
Wo nro s-o tirl 1. my I In-art and Ii $ ,* were instructed, to k.t.watdl over tl beyond th IT o\l
*vvect ji the :swell itf the poet's !sigh! !t$ liioM-menti' and .llllli'aIIUI of the pur-nit or vengeance. the tnost profligate 'lkcwl"l favored it i M said, without 01'1'1', had sought tM-!
.Sweet is: the ring 111'1111' minor l'hI"I", who, heing! vouna: 11,1, udrI\, vi-rc not TII'I.ial', C\"I'I then, hnd bt.t'l 11ried secretly; Illo 1allllC, : i 11 thol..l. apartment out of pure; companion. 1-nr
Nvveet. i 5s tlio chime nfthe measured word*. mnili upon 1 tlieir gu.ird, !, length, theconviction I tiliioneo.nnd" .1"11..1',1; Ilh'r\I till thl'lr"I ufCU-nn.iny.I J."i (' some time ho supposed the piince to be
I'uf oh when life it so hard nnd, dull heeamc:, rOIlr in 1 his: mind. that' n:s several g11t1'lal "hlll they ciHountcred King' II England; eX'I.t.1| tlu-ir: UIIIl: :\cll" Il-, ,dead; at I'IIti. i"WCvel'.II.I't-.t'I! !, tliouuh!
\Ve mi"s thejny, .of. the ho.intifiil tluir singular IIH nds'iip'! o'l-i'nicted' the development I mi the 1"1'\\' theoung prime' perfectly eiu-e II ih ti-r the 111.lal the not to life h'la.ll\e"hd''I'. I he
t.f And. echo!! jt hack; like hitter cry- of hi.-i p"lk., wll. they might h.ive ollcrcd him anu 111'llral'l]' of Il'1111.1'(1 1111. The "lllIll of \ (01,1.
I( IJ t''OIII'
+) \\ ''n had \ erfew, thoughts! or f.vlings >,\ aided, him in efl'er''ing his He
Wo ft re :'11 tired I, inv I heart! and I I I. 111.lI 1111. escape exertionshowever/, the more tnlioll of his: mind Wl'I'I..llllle.l.
: : wltdi :-he did 101 t iniiikl>' < oinmuni* 'fheutmoxt 1111.\"lid Vas to 41 How him and obstinate he bet" nine, us he 'to regard 1,111 lamentations thl'nl! one ll.xed .-
: Tired, (,sowing: the h.irnn grains. ('ut. hrolln.. r, hut' -"I had "orl( nndtitnong IIH l'II\UI1"1 l'Ir" on without obstruction. it in the I light of a vl all'I'IU'l..I'!. the purpose :seeme-d to have lakl'l po-stssion ot
'J'J't. Tired of tailing: the useless: pains: : tlie-t- was th.fti'ng" love nhe fe't!' for I t", \\'I't enabled, to do duringto I'OW'II of 1'urope to put "Of the futile f.iitli: the unheeded, word' his yuun fl"I't Hiouid, not, indteil., I rlIlt; the gnuit trial they knew tt'alh. that )he miirht uiiivcr.sally:01 hl''olt 1' indifferent to I i !.ol,1, to
A lid the \wary :sickness: : orhi>i"e deferredVliilo ; fail to kllll\ ioiiiifirhlnent: : "xL.Il.,1ht11 wllill 1,1, on the third ,\111 they-lionId: IIl'I'11'idi"l. th-it: Ill 1'la1IjI 11.1 I 1 do in Berliit one single syllable. wh1 an olliecr en
\ ilie counted! Mild: drop fast: away, Ih'I. hut, ,hn.luimk from "lonfeis.ing : have to pass' ", of IU'I'1ithrlll h 1 fortified, wlltl\'r Il' II spile oflferinany Ilrt lteI to Intl'rrIIl: him, and the food, which
Through tlie feverish. night 1 and the re "tle.''!* 1\1"11 ofI, and oflin in ranged, : town on the Imll.1 which they nnd I Ih l't'III'r. they nt length bethought them of offering to
.Ia)'. clandestinely,1 i 1(1'1.wi''h her lover. Oneni'Tiiing loiild imt travei-se by !wimming. It was lli. Ihe p ,lile,1 negotiations c-onnec-teil, him', he -, away with a wave of Un
And tlio iveiU we lean nnhreak\ one hyone, whenhe had jift }promised to wHi :irits tind the ino!t gloomyi with this Olr limits will his!sister. he; found r.lkfil Mik-
t' And the ! I the extreme: end of th" "royal :lrlh'I", her IIII'lhd.! the walls and turrets: rHmi like princp nnd hiscotnpanion, I t1, 1. beenremoved had threatened 1 many :
The vviml sweep over the cowering; plain, 1111..1 sent t for her into his apatlments.' lie -cpulchral t'i/lI. in the evening air. Fred to I the fortn-t nt which 11"ill to he e-oming of hillllealelllr:
Through the creeping mi-it sobs, : I HIP! IT.I-H"; \1'siillering ,from' :-rout, and. set in I great 1::< from lilH' lill clapped) the handle of intule, piisonei-s, vvi'ro thrown ilil tlt'r separate WlI't i In due time Frederic rl''c\"I'I.! and in
t, h.1'1111I. ; nril.dlir. against t whi'-h two heavy "rntches Ids \\ord. all once inquired, ofhN ( dungeons: in (1 small, th"'lf' city in tl.e the of h King of Prussia
The cliill and heaviness! 1111111'0111111. hy the assistance of whil.1 he walked attime' i ion wldla.r. in ease ot ,I'I\-err. it'lllall'i he-art; of Prn-sia. It :< to be the, object course lie years remembered(htIt the murderers: olKat.
Like a chain' \ the aching temple: hound : 1'a11.t omiiion. ,' f I\1 -tooiltremhiing not lo.t :lh'i 1''lr: ttl imitate' of the! father: to "IIWt tit 'olrll'111 con tll'l murderer was. he knew
I'niain' fancy, /lIII'J"ifi-wlla'( Is: it all ? i at his side, iifi.dd. to :11'lk.il the am'Si'nt Romans, and, put an end tothcireinharrastm 11:1'01 his son, as (. ;in other respects: Thl h when he to }
< ii'or) the null ;gray( sea, :stoops/, 'the! dully gtnysky her d.iughtci.". Wilhelmina :hle.I'I'l.,1, and |i lie would. have 1\1 thi- preferable devices: vyire made u-e I! to induce( him tobetrav in:mind II'llril, that| '"t.r.possessed, a memory, the.vhtul '
; turned, |1'11.' |I to being, dragged, back to 1 I'I.11 I aiid ddiverid his friend, ; hit to the honor of Frederic vani-hed the of Prussia, I
; We arc 1(1( tl"'ll. my heart' 11,11 .111.1.I exclaimed the King; "that' you as a pii-oner into the of his father.As ho it : are sinking under the weight o| a .guiltyeonxciciice. I they drew II'nr the Ial'/I. they instinct Ila II I He his: original whom, to the latest hOI'I I
Dreak "through the clouds, oh, I.i-tor! IL'ht : Yon know >"OI are diccUingnu I ivelylackened: lfdl'lal'I', all 111'1.ldl- ,declaration! ;that 1'liI.111 11:1 (light was: of his life, loved: telllt'llr. never forgot
Wake hl'I\'I'I"(' (.1 truth and riirht in l'Oljllltillith your IIIlhl.r all osophy" of which (' 111"llr* could his own, ami, that Kat to accompany attachment Ill for Kat. and in the midst II
T.-i.v: on"I. *hrino' of"11' risen Lord hrothor.Vilhelmina" tlmuicht II her atsign.ilion not prevent them from regarding, each other him at his enrnc-t: : ,de-ire and ('I- 1..1 nnd political excitement, and the cravings
TIe; Useless talent, the hroken :sword : with Kat.: i "'I iv 'II ,deceiving with an expression, .lt.\t1'I'llrl. But treaty, and nfter having exlrinsted: all hi" war: of literary and philosophical ambition.Fredericoften'devoted .
!/ay there doubts, rid:, and want*, nnd me, or attempting to do'mi. lint there no dillil't was left hii (cffoits; 1111.( ('I.l'a\II to divert him 1'111 whole hOI to conversation
('111'1"". are more eyes: 11'1' 'II than you imagine.You or to turn bac: 'k. Of course, they resolved: on his purpose.: In this way he- hoped 'I concentrate with her. They then recalled! the
.\IH1111 firing ; darling: of many prti.vor should Ill 1Il1 the old sa.i.ig : 'Tint' the former' ; 111 to iluir Mirpii: -e, the ,-eiitinels IIi! fltllr'VII \II('(' upon )himself) happy days they spent together with thisonly'friend
I'roni the to the walls Inve ear'and that wln'n I i.t the- them to without the Had ,
cross: on 1'1'11, emwii on "dld"l'l : 1 pass ul1l'an' Irit'lll "n.d- ; wlu e memory they both elierishe'd -
high.'Let i l'lIh'I'IIlo pints, : to liritu, : 11'01"1. Ind Ii the--lightest t iiiuiry.| Overjoved, at this t'I'it always acted thus, 10 pl HC WIIN' to the If it was: I'll'I'IIIIilOI.
us look together, my hc.irt 111,11 t.Ml grace: upon tal'l'lal'l'It-! he'i'! io\es 1"1 piece of good :;'I'tll they 11 :' to"make name is recorded: in 11"h'I'1 history' would, therefore, to 1.:1' 11"1.1. he 111'
to display than 1 and thehct of it and, to the further have bitter :11'lt'l.h.,1!
1"1 J',, /II" 11'Ih'III' yon use! pu-hed on deserved to command tlie tidmi- left in the minds of Illal, -
your rehellioiH lint I have I gate: I.wllg 1 long I bridge intotheopen Iliol of 11lkil'l' Iat. on his part surpassed lie valued I the : h\1 possible
r ( ;1/11" ('1.,11111111, 11111.111 know how ,country. XI one stopped 1"111 in thesireils } if | the prince llll-('l'.11 disinterestc'dness of 1110.1.his .It'l'lt'o.t, affection 1'III'kal'l' nnd. I.
TlI JJI'L.W I Il.fSIJr- tl |pllbl you! II' I lplllI't11 in any WII10 rcgardthem. ,I and heroi-m. H. J
JUJ 0. 11 poor princess almost dropped, to the 'hey entered I I t the i.,JI.. -fflitifitr /- uniformly in allirming that ." 1'r1ll.,1: delity. f
Dmlng the eighteenth t'I1111'111' hoiseof floor.. Her father, she saw, w.i iil p.irovyMii through whi'h lay the Illrou'h] j : of 11'lt-that neither Iflhl'll. 1111..1. had, JM.V H7/o ruT UP ATa ,
iJrandenbiirg like nu.uly 111 the. other : of 11'r. almost tipproaihing; ; to mailness. I the jall with 1'11 Ii.Il'l I' an 111'IIl,1, 1t'I'I'I! ,lOI.I.'II'e, t" royal 7'11 Alt SKY'S.
royal houses of Oermany, experienced: nu He turned now nnd tltl lt"'l't undthreatening 11 were surrounded, by I body, of .-oldiers t'IIIIWII' hit II 1llIll'lt of youthful ,
J Il rOI"'ld.IIl.i ; hut: worst of all, w.innstantly ,* glances towards, : (flll'P:. \holonkcd who, before they could; t'n'l think ofrc.Mtahcc frivolity. he IH" pcr-utidcd, the young Wh1 10,1,1 friend Hl.nl,1 werenewspuinr'oorrc'poneletits i. I
"- divided 1 against itself: and tigitnted usiilo to conceal I l.ir" tears, and, wa: sonly had di-armed and, made: Iht'll I prince to accompany: him on secret, vi-it to : \'a.hill t.m. ".
which he said, rcxirained i throw i hirMlf I in the winter of 'ti( we were (coming down
hy tragedies may hy tetror from I ing prisoners. Frederic, almost fri Ill' wit e.xdtemint the French ( where they ; ,
,\ : its fornvcr. ; !her d.iughter'x He hadeViIhdminailraw 'ali.I. 1I"lllalc ylnllH'II. one night, ne-ar mid
Jo have shed a gloom on : fortunes: nto arms. and dN.ippointmcnt. ,1.'IIIh'llo( only a :short w hich it \\' II' 1"'II
1"1111 time immemorial the superstitious \ near, hut Mie was overwhelmc.l theol.'lcer who regulated Ih.1 proceedings, tention to retui'n to before their night'in a driving storm of snow, when the
helief had, prevailel I I In thef.imily that, : with and could not by. whose authority he was thus absence be 1"111.1\1 Hash ot a :street lamp: fdlllll a man who
tis 1 prelude, toe'aohsuoe-cHsivooasta. femalepoetre, h.ThitccHn: d.u/.ling white, np- 111111'1111! 'IIllli"t travelled military agency. 1"'II e 101 instantly> "tllllt..I. and
fieaied in "omc dreary'pjace, and, at -oinu .1'1hiI' I -lmrp iwinge of the IIi frontier unmolested'! Ill n courierhasjut ijiin HI.t'l'ih, the martial t'xdUII,1 :
gloomy hour, to the principal suH'erei1. With gout >iiper\ining he fell luck, in the th.dr i in rived 1 from I'erlin, eommanding were less: 11"'clhl.1'101.111 1 hal This" is lucky You' are -Mr.[ Jliley, Uil'l
.this tr\.llidl: every one ot the prime" and writhing will agony ; in the midst m' wtiic'ihe nic, on pain: of dt"I'I.' to d.ail ymir royalhk'lincis ers to the weaknesses: : of friendship or affection. .", ?
3Ir .., Wl' falllilr. Thovre-g.'irdcd, it : su-i/ed ol. of the: ('\lldl.', nnd hI'Ii it : and your c-ompanion., liavingn'iywit The hopt of PI'OII.tiol.. 111'1"1. Jiit.y was the most self-possessed ami :sol.
I i"l' of their destiny I and looked forward! to with all Ids might! nt his ,,111:1 I 11.1 I served in the roval Ilarll 1 was well was (')pet ted 'to quiet any scruples wide emnly> deliberate person in the republicHi
I I she advent of the apparition as ulniit-t 1 I ceflainlv I have hionglit I 1:11': :111 a s.iddciiconclusion ac'iU.iintc-d| with your pcr-onas well as with might arise in the mind re-spe-e-ting: the humanity lo\lt'd. looked! his man over from head t tl
I l' matter of ('oll' ('. hut, that, liending ilown her that of I Iat. w ho was, for-ome yearmy: : or jlI"1 of any lrl"I'liol.1: finally said. : ,J
'I The voumr Prlmf Frederic, and his (eld-, t head, -she MiU'orcd tlie 11.i.: i! to llv unim ('IIIPIII: !!) 1'11:." oordingly; 11 otkl'r was sent to I"n.h'ri., I am )fr. J'il. ,'. Hid you happen to he- ,
I'' i ',\VIIItllla., ('II'llaiIU',11, strong< mu 1.lt.llo\\I"\, the \ through w hich! To I Ii, FI'p.I'rl. made no reply, hit reijucstcd who, having, ., Kat, e-ame into looking" i for le "
tall induced, them to coinDuunieate IHlll', .way with a t ru-li into the cftuithclow. to 1',1'II'h',I to the ditngc-on\I I 1'. the prince's apartment: with mock humility, Tlal:jut what, I was doimr, said. the
their thoughts to each oilier. This the for Might and ; it hut liiin .ly, "and it's tlc biggest hie k in
freely WIM signal ; !i/.t'III'I'ltl./ 1t' wa. perfectly> light ; with real insolence' to interrogate! :
This, under other hoth, ( and Prinee< into but nt lir-t Kat the that I've found you. 'I\name iKykins. i-
l'ir'III.IIwlll": jueen f< ran :hlll'klll 1'01; was : his views past and l'I't' ('lt-to
I' of to them. followed allowed be dcspotimi 11'o.I.'II I'm one of thc h'adltr of tlc highschool
I 5110It'I'1 a touree happiness 11..11 1\1 rooms thl they to hiseomp.inion. 1'11":111 most atrocious accusations: against
\ I I II.t'pal.wt,,,111'1'111 hap]>incss: was 1 111,1 hear hv the must frightful 11'.rl'I.i- however, II.llot cii< t.IHvc recourse his friend, and to e.xtort t.1 him, if possible : -San Frani-isco. As soon as: heardtlicSanFranciseopostniaster.ship
j I 'him not' to ho ,, for; I I wi. father. tions and anathmas.As to tho-e IUI contrivances which confe"'i ion of some : was vacant.
, ,Jr'lt'rilul! appeared, to '. all his ill-lurk would, have It, Kredeiic soon the Idll't'l os the: house of Hapshiirg, have which: would, tippear, at Ila.t.11.I.llll'tljl 11'lj.t. I made.", up my mill to get it-and here I Iam.
11.1 11 1'llil>' to render it''I''I't.. alter (' llll' to pay: his I''I"'I to his lather: / 1 wil so much skill mid credit futlier in taking his life-. ) "
I i .impos-ihlo. En'n'I1I.hl' wlol he f111.1\'ltl..I' alone, all his min Irwll'I1 ]ly! I means of a small Through h this ordeal: Fll..ll'I'ic passed: : 1 with "Ye: said I Uiley, slowly ', 11" 'Ol have-
i i .awhlI'I'1, with'11iI'el'atllC: threatened 1'1'1', 'III'lll.t:4: \: "l'\'llt contriving cell ('ol"tmPI,111 the thickness; of the wall groat Iltrl'pl.1y and success. I Ho 1''ldl..l, rlIHukc.I-lr. J'kl-hl'I'l 'vllre. .And
: 'a'h.' sp.it"InJthe 10t to hear his rll fl'rltiohs. If we had lot communicating through a narrow aperture with 111,1, indignation, the : have vou got It
r ; I It.l'II' di\hos after he himself had 1"'l'l the most nidmpeadi.ihle testimony 1'11 tln with the .lllgl'OI. t"'I'ol\'I'rat.lol Frederic attempted to be fastened' on Kat. ali maintained \\ dl. lot exactly j it it, hit the ne.xt j
1 '. ''l'r\I, Ihlt they lay not eat of them : oo- scene 1 that flllllwt.I. wv should regard it asan and his ('lIllalli, WI1'lhl'II',1 and. / untlinehingly I' that the error of that thing to it. I've brought Ipcllilol, "signed
I t a: (. I'eli II hrutal drunkenness, which his. upon hll Illt'Uhl' 11..II'IiII'llt" the !King, t'ou-ideriug, theiV friendship nnd affect ion for him. The spy, 111.1 ill the f'ch'rsl and by lore than 111
jnlv him still more 1111pl'rll1111 1llllllok" acciisi-d himofcntertainin'so.uemontrousdesigns tll.ir disappointment, i was mi I who had evidently, 'I'I''Ilrit.dat ('olrl.lw'w two 111111',1 Ithl'r people. Now I want ,.
"4i..111..iii... whidi. had ne\or enteredtheponryo'.mg :, I matter of th.it thev e\pres-cd, themselves adroitly threw out .t'rllil 11111c: re-sperting 'Ol. if you'll be so good, tei go around with _..
"rt'.lt'rh', IIf'rwllrll., by the adulation of II all'1 imagination i ('\1 I in Ins : intctnperately. Frederic, did not the feelings of Wih'llllln. which so incensed me to the Pacific delegation, for I want toriih ,
Jlal Idl ('all',1 lit. (ireat, was naturally dreams. H('. tl.rl'I'I'I.: repelled respectfully I his father; ,, and Kat.: unmindful of tl Ian' Frederic, Il IItllin.h' moved this thing through and get along home. ,
-Iriven hy :Cllh lah'rnlllllllg'I.s toockf the charges Ilah., ljlll-t /him. This was I,;, ('I'l which ( ;"llalhl111'lt', : 1,1 'I'OWII',1 I his hand towards, where : used, If the matter '11 so pressing, you will prefer .'
>II"II, I\I'11 >' (ea-ily I11h.lgl'r, &llIllIllIt IH to ahsolute rage, heads, indulged, : M-ry ,''rlg lan lobe" and would nmine.stionably have run that we vi-it the delegation to-night,
*io \ he was not leil by Ids exiierienco overcame the MMISO of. pain. The Kingsprang guage. When their first burst II.lhna. his: interrogator through h had the trusty weaini tail mlt' '. in I voice which had nothing;
to put Ids trust in Irllt.t.'. He from his chair 1 and sci/ing his son tion was over, they appeared to .. hope- !lt'l still within liisre-ach. lie-col hi,,ting mocking in it-loan Il'lltotl.ll'ar.
looked fill an intimate IIIII ( middleranks hy the throat, dragged him with all his forcetowards ('n'l from chspair. and resolved: to devote 111"lt tl.J1Clly, he tinned a look of in (), to-night, by all means: I I haven't I
of .society, and the 1"1'11 selected 1 the window, where, with the strong all their resources of mind anybody to deliver I.'or upon the military iniuNtnrnndsaid '| got any tll'tl fool around. I walt their
ito be his l'ylawus, a young officer rcjnicing cords of the hlinds, he attempted 1 to strangle themselves from the power of a sovereign : .I.Ir father forgets: him.-elf, yon promise I go to bed-I ull't the talking
in the euphonious 1111e of Knt. Hut wenniHt hi I. He was I large, powerful I man ; the whom !they now designated I as a l'rl wUIII'l to be, your duty! were you a kind, Im the itoiiiy kilI !
not sutler ourselves tu0 deceived 1 hy.sounds. sou weak and delitate ; and the 1I"rld.lcWIC crafty, iiicrcjles.< dcot.| t'llt'mal. to spare t the hono'r of his daugh Ye-s: -YOI'VC, come to the"right place for I
I However Illlll.th'IIIIIIY h.ivelucnJiis : nearly tuvomplMicd hefore. any of the With the Princess Wilhelmina. 1ult'l I Prim-ess Wilhelmina: stands far \Vhendidyounrrive" ? \ I
: llllh': designation I he was in him-elf afiorson courtiers '11,1'III'l' in to PI'l't'r'1 their were, meanwhile, little better .Ihal bevoiid, the roach of vulgar suspicion and .Jn-t an hour ago.
i> noble soul, eijtial to tlu' duties ofutiy master: 11.11 ( 'Ollll :III a l'rlll t them. Hie was under no nccc:,ity I of feigning e-alumny. She is inv sister, sir ; and the .When are you intending to I.u\?"
situation, hrave romantic, generous, whidi have cast I Might over la, illness ; for, havinglo-t at thC'IOII.tlll time may vit ('Oll when it will be in my For New \'lrk to-morrow" CH'lllg-ful'
ready i at all times to sacrifice himself for, the whole I f.'. "f.h'I'h. ho.wcNer\ was nearly lioth her beloved brother nnd I her lover, her power to; e-hastNc all those persons who dare San 1.'rH'1 next morning.;.
oirtl *'f others.: The choice of such I friend hl.uk the fu' wh"1 disentangled, frontthe ulttol. fear, and grief threw her into I to ('ii-t aspersions upon 111'. For myself, "Ju-t "i. What tire jou going to do to
\\ as honorahle to Frederic's judgment, and, con Is horno fainting out of the 1'\1 whidi 11U fell more thal once you tire welcome to heap CHl,..e\'r insult lorrow'. ? 1
111111( pt'rlih.t their attachment to lie- apaitmcnt.An lit, ,dangerous delirium ; we say .lllwr-; suggested by low Ulllal natures. As a son I>o! Why InJ go to go the President I
IU II'tll it was "II'UI ami entliu- ,\ niiiutormittcd .system of pl'rH'lulol ous, becau-e, under its influence, her tOI le and I piinco' I "hll it is mvfather's with tl iK-titiou al I the Idt'gatlul,111l.t
i,>Ia... ie, the reputation of the philosopher ofIS was now pursued: I hy Fn'lt'ric111 lo.-t its 11ll.t., and syllabled perpitually will. Jut the vicis.-itndos whieliconstantly tIl 1II.lltlltII\I't
." ins. sjoud might havo eseapi-.! 1:1"I: against Ids (tl"l'l'III.1. 1.1" : 'hl. the lalt'. ,and 1 Frederic. In one ,;1 take ('(! in the affairs of this "Yes ", I correct. And ,
Uiciso stains \\ hich now lower and "11, whose lives Wl'f' thus rendered llotl- the intervals 1.tw"1 one of the-e world sugge-st to you the prudence of remaining tht'l. what ?
I' A/the Ir.o.lllolrl": through h imacountaMe ing hut one tissue o'f gloom and ysms, when, as it appeared to her, / \rox. within the limit I pre--criho to you; Executive: "llol' of the Senate :p. m.
,'. ,' 'apri'tl "l..h.t to wound, as ness. His majesty's matrimonial schemes, wide aWkl the White I.idy of Brl.h'l. for, be IL'-UI'l, I hll a memory w \vi -got to. get the apiMiiiitment" 'ultrl"II1r'ck" I
I much us jH>,. the f'I'IIg of his liiM- however, sutl'ered no interruption. As if he '' burg with n dignincd 1 air and attitude" approached trl'IIUrl up whatever may be now \ou'l grant tliat?
.11'1, iKiiiu...ioiitilly 11at prince and had Iot'CI the hest of fathers; he exerted 'I her bcd-idc. 'hl'I'II.lt'II,1 burnt to it, whether for good or evil," "Yes yes, Mil Uiley, meditatively,
|irimitss In see e.iih other, Kat was uiten, himself vigorously to ohtnin I wife for his low, her only uth'lllult ; the. The otlleer )profcs-ed, and no doubt with 'you are right again. Then 'UI ttiko the
iit 11/llt", intrusted with mc>.sages ..m son, and a Im-hand for his daughter, which wind roared fiercely, and the hootings of theRrcechowl truth, his willingiu-sa to be' convinced hy tram for New \ in the 1\'I'IIIj and the
tl the sitter. MifortiiiU'aliiinjnvariuldy he !" '\ut'llll'I.! was all that could hi'It'ln'll from a'neighboring\ tlrrl.t mingled this reasoning. He also protested that he steamer" for; San Francisco It'xt morn
dNposos l people to think kindly l'I'I.lt'r th1 perfectly huIPIi" terribly with the night-hla-ts. t-'lie attempted was acting :strictly Ulkrorllt.t:4: :lllI,111, ing.?
4>f those who\ sympathisewith! them, no own t''lt'rh'lHt' of wedlock \ to'addre-i'the :11'.tn'hih leanedcompassionately would faithfully: I represent to laj : TIIII i-that:the way I map it e.ut?" 1,
matter what m.iy he their rank or .t.itioa.Villuliuina led hi 1" -, his t \'el to this conclusiou over ; wurlll- he I 1''I.t..tflll t ami eihedicnt ttl in wlldlli ) cOII.t'n 1 a while, and tlt.u said : J' .
"\ hcheld in Kit only her hroth.Trt Hut their dal.ln'l rllall.hh'ltrl.t od htWt.t'l them. In I few ( found the prince. Immediately \uu t'uu\II'1 stay-aday- say two 1
friend : uad as, lnides heing hand lie wa.s gentle and Wllllllj in his manners, riage-ring w ith little : &compact I WiflOI' hand to be Ihrol,1It her JIII.lt'r of the clay Frederic was notdis.turbed I '1lo.your soul, no If* not my It'Il. I Iam
it in notery "" tliat, seeing few withlheKvilOiif. This was eves .>1 1>11' appalling :1'ld. h ilo by the entrance e>f a.singlo individu t IIUI to go fooling aWlll'J a man
.tla'r men, and none that showed tiny defernco \Invade with Frederic ho, iu "re..1'Ilh' tfie other wits pre.-cd clo-dy : her bosom. ul'I; his food I was forgotten to be brought that does things, I tell \' l.
<: for her. she s-hould have eoriciuisl] ; : (':11 to tlU determination to put an I Wilhelmina, inugony and trembling, to him, so hl''lt'111 the ,'ktil of physical The storm was raging, tilt thick snow
secret Ir.ti'n'lt'l for this I young otHccr. end to his own misery hy Hying to France. watdied I movements,with intense earn- as: w.ll" Jl1 : depression.: Not:footstep' blow mg m II"t, Itiley)' htl"d l lillt. apparently
'. : ( ircumttanci-ii. "pcnuiiusl This resolution he communicated to \Villiclmina ., e,tno, Pre-ently the tapers threw np I Wo in the III chambers: noouijd deep il during or
'i hey all three nil t together! in 11''I.II' eti- with the >tri< te.t injunctions to bright glare, I ht'l;sank tliekered. for :moment of a sentinel in the (court and as he lori, tlt'lle looked up and said :
Juyment. Tearing to he free wih .., \t'I'P tl secret from her mother who, and the ihaml>ervvas wrap(>ed in total Ikl.l forth through the iron bars, he could :I \ jou ever heard about that lau .
they on uth ov'ca>ions made np t lr their through II.takl'l !'I't' of duty, would darkne-s. Sleep thl'l came to her relief; and icholtl nothing but a few withered leiues i I who put up"at (Jaelsby's once?-But I see .1
general reserve hy indulging in the mustiinlMMinde'l rohahly have hftrayed his ..It'ill.1 theicccs.sary when, late on the following morning she down hither uml thither by the wind. The I you 1\\'I't, '1
f I coniidenco\ luring in rt'ievtlio preparations were 11lltak(1 hy again oj>enod lll'r eyes, the rain vva- lieatingagaint sun shone I faintly on the iln-ky vvuIN, and ufaintiiess He I, I Mr. Lykin-j against an iron 'J
whole .-i-ourt fr"l the King and to the moaiu-st t'It.'IIUI)in waiting.Houoii I hrau-d.l with hi-eyiOIKMI, the danger that friend and on'rltoo. inmost in the very attitude Illul' silence and Millncxs fell I 111x111 his 'l'. like the uldent mariner, and procoeded -
bl''utl e\I.'lIt to KntUiii that impended over him. 1 he slightest accident of the White I 1.\idy, leaning over her, II'art. lie had, no INNk" from whuh he tu untuld his narrative : placidly
) "Kat l lovvl hi>M-.Uir I without the -lightest ; might khimm-ck their projoct mil he knew, her und wiping the perspiration from brow.In might have sought some relief; hisehambcrwalure and |>an.rul' as if we were all Mrotcht-Il 1
n'UNI J<> !1'all'ol"t'lthlullto. niurned the.old King too wi-H not to foresee that he the cour-e of the day. her unhappymother -, "lltalnll1lhll; save an iron i I I il a blo--4my summer meadow I
the I..ll1 > pril\ Wniildhavo WOllttlk.\ .. I terrilde revenge. bending beneath the weight of ht'rIlit.tlol. It'l-h'llnl Wlllh'l It'al, 11 which from I I in-tead tt U-ing ir-Wutt-d 1 by a wintry mid .
r''lh'll hut he wa* not an ordi- hl".tlot now to inquire into the means came bytcoJth into Iwr dlalht'r. tlC to time he threw him-e-lf in de-pair. night tt lllot.
mary prin.:i-, and, then-fore, regards! not ,: hy ni5-i.i the tusv-sary'. funds 11.1 thr.wil: her-elf into ,;,,Itl' hid her hours wore away, the shades of evening I "I will tell "lllholt that man. It was In I,
wilh :approbation, but with .t.Udat: .' for defraying 1 thee\p 'n-f" of their j journey, 1 fact' in tlU 1' I.dotls. wild sobbed long andhitUrly. came on, and hy degree"thielu-ne-d l into. absolute I JalkI'* tmuiadsby's the principal ',
(hcnuitiui uit.n li.uoMt of the inditidu-iU i how they procured anduccecdcd Wul hahita.1 illnl.h'l- Ilrklt.11 yet no attendant aploareil .I hltd, then. \\ell this man\a arrivi-.! from
Julovdl l 11-t in the \urI\ The iltllit'Il. I|I in Illl'I" to bleep 1..I"'lor". '- } of the I she .1t.I..l tl Wilhelmina the rtllr t.llrll him a light o I mol leiincs-ee alM.ut ti o'clock one nioniing, with _.
vame (I iiint with di, t thotIal 11. I I and his courtierKat contrietl.uii I eric al1 '. companion, and I by w> doingbrought !'llr ; Being of u fet-ble constitution, a black ctwehmau and a si.lendid '
wili. Wcrlllllotul at court foraipoMii'in :- I hour or tWI hefore Iiidep.trtiin>, to ohtain on a fro,h attack of fever which t hi.-long( ab-tinene-e In..d.lhiu MI much carriage &1.111 eh-gant dog, tlur-hlr.wa-
i-oiuiuon way hlth.r his .i,ti>r'" hand\ un interview with the l'rlnl''I'Wilhel nearly nut u p'ri'll to herditultter'* life. that in the course of tl night fainted on evidently fond proud e.f wlkh; drove :
:11.lll"t own. Contemplating inarriiigi. 1 fi\>m I mina, who 11'1'in.1 I him in her own aiurtmeiit "11ill ncui\ the mi vhief he hail ,':m"cl. his \llll'mim'111Iungl- 1 iu I sort ofstiixir I h'llr(fllh.b'a ant ul.l the clerk and lit tlie land up,
toiiti of it'w-Ilmt tremhiing all the while with ami sorrow bounds.I'liderthe I | till ,
I uxtrcmtly> Ulr.lral{ \ though regrei klt'Ili llmllg.I lurllld evc-ryl>ody rushed out to take
.h.i il"UIII'.tI.11 with lit 0\1 lather and anxiety and tciror. I''I'\; fo<>t tcp thatinoviiftlmmgli {forie of 1lt.I:1 iiitiiutthe I When ho t'amt'to liim-elf, Lit lin.l1 tf hll. but he said, 'Never mind,dWfl. (
rIt can S'un"1' a matter of surj I the eo:;jloj..I' voice in natural I vveakncv' of her \ di-ap-. in a state of indescribable! dcprc.III; stillne jlll.luut and told the coachman to wait-
j>ritu ( it \inspired him with !, the ,-ourt-yard IK-OW! i.\ If the |>eared, and, syttin--.; lit r tyrannical hn"lll,1 and silence eontimu-d 1 to prevail : ,' time to take umit.
;lt'l t. UN French .tndie*. u"u. und the I!, \\ 1,111 through t'rk i \ or cranny, repnseiUetlto at detiamv, with the courage tit a hen ine, throughout the fortress where* nothing hutlil.df he only hall I little claim a anything.fl"t the overnment -
j of Ijrnnjiiy. where It'11>' all her in fancy the approach/ of her h'rrLll. hhe reinaincd day and night'hy her daugh ..t.mt' to IK? onioned 1 with lrI! to collect, would run & the.
iiriiic'contract what Ihey.tall left-h'\Ljtllittiuvo .l father. In f.lt. bcfoiv the young tIU.'r I ter's hod-idc, I.atl.",of his menaei" and 101 Il 1 lav inotionlt>s on his hat11Iald'; 'i wav, to the t treaMiry, an.l fetch themojij-v..1.s
ttfmlc l to proiluce tin- same etUct.V'heu : 1..HIMluk" hi.....11.1..1 her room, tl\I for the time making: light of death Uullft'. hi- feelings growing m.r' : lort: I am)! tl"1 get njrht ul..nK 1-uck tu Tennesmas -.
\ Jii.father, tlicrvlbivct t'l fo *t anyfor clul"1 '.HI' ni-hint! y that .Il \ [ Tu .1t..ri. the state of mind iltu "hidl I 1.111ul'r\' moment, hespraii-jon hisfeit 'Ij ( li m u t' lIllr.I.le of a hurry.cll .
chelt la.tl'rlg away him vlfor M.-; i in.uired| for. Kul hid hlm.tf behind u I the : Wli tIIIWII/\ "II'1 uei of "- } the Wlllo1).II"" pyesdoeoivc ; .\\ about n that night he
: in p'llli'l inilueiuv, hehU xTeen. uml \11'1 the daughter j olKilientv. ( tlt' |II'"t'rt languige j him, orv lie plunged in so'me i I Ihorrible came laek and o'\. 1 I.'l and
ttf rl1 utmfist h'jl'luitr in thwartim; ; had departed, tteppe .x KIt. likewise, .& iv hi.lu-vetl, I iUvt iKsl u dun.\,t.in'with 'hidl j j I time at loa,.t he vya> ia.l KueoiiragisI hy ofight, he K oke-d into "j the claim in tlt morning. This was in JanJt1" ,-
nuulo th<* hv.t ute of liU powt-r over the he waj. familiar, uud Inuring idung the hw llagiiiou> miiii-ter, Crl"I! 'I.I he reolvinlup.n the court with frantic, terror. lUrkiu-s perI -'-. iyou U "r-tanel-Januarj', ('
tu deter lier fromn- .tri'eUof l1'rlu. j.-husl t layoung prince | the t\hihitioll If an a\vt\d trrgely.u I '.at..Irh and air; yet thr-nuh thegloont i I of Januar)'. Wednesday. 1"-I.I
mill.riwhulu." { al l'I.. .ll'lt \vu-!: :, \uul.1J :sjuall )>"I" h'rol.11\ wall*, where, wit! hu I >h'iu.M! inspire all l'/rl-llt"m with : hI t"I't tIs'erl one object but two distinctly { .WeU. 11 the 5th of 'February, he
't""I'J Jiurc; "IKH-II Utul tu hI. h.1111'T'l'' I iaii coi'ijunions 0: -ndants, Fre liTiiuwuited I lIfllr. N'otliii-g I le. tlau I of his I, I ; WI l of h{> g-dlant und intrepicl Hie tiniarnage.. and lluI.. u olieaii kt
hi hor--s !. ".se hU t-titnun! : friend dangling fnnl a low '> I'I.
faU th- Pian: 111 ( > i-ntnii ,4 vifi : ;,11 :( p.itvrnal gJluwl .han.ule.i.l uj vverjn.-t .
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know.. th :uhl.hi..uplciuns wenaw Kcnthcri'furtv (iit-v moiuitdL .1'' i iu'. t he fac* d.iy. in puhli-hc-d which hal 1"1 erorted duri'ia' wol to take the money i home in. and* lie
"'.L Jl il.1: :, 'UU I to <1- -\- '\4) iuwurd the )t.' itser;Ihlul't". tl h*. :, ," 'itioii, and t.\lt' t.n'1"I.ti\" exactly opjxtoite hL"'iul.\ He fell sense il.dn'




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On the Ulli nf .\I1"U-t he "old n pair < the fine horse*-"Mill: Ittlnflcn thought n I The caily and e.Mreme warmth of the I l. ; .J.\t'I;;;: |pair wan better than f font m to go user the :Mimmcr has 1 had nun.h to du in lUteiiniiin I 'I.cunn.\ On and alter ttiis date Train on this ISoatl:
nwgh;: mountain road-. with'hlt,. n h'Nly' ;! tho .i't'yidtllee of many "iimincr fas: !tl-, I ('41" (Viifrf niu: lie('(\ItII !St.... n'.iAIIS: : : will tun us: follow :

I: had: to be 'md'1I1 about his: hhlllll-UII11 ions: und! the glni-ham; and foulards I are II A iv constantly adding. to their! Mock of :Staple\ and I'ancy DAY t'\--I1-XtII-tI.: : : ( : ((1'xnt'Tn't: :: : tr. )
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I hero wasn't nnuli, of his clahnl hut 1 Il'I I bo appreciate'All .
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I ,'olll.llu the money homo with! u pair I'aey: ; the lucre elaborate, tiiicry i is c-xptcted l i ut : DDDDDDDDD) HUU: : YY YY 1tCiCili; !( ;( ( ooo loll DDDD) :SSSSS;: :: \ Haldwin\ \ .. .... ............... ...... 1,11' : \. itLoaxo t
: ,ciioii.ih." : December ho quill I least t by, those' who. tiiii tillord. to t make!h,.U. : llIHHJ:1 : YV'Y ( ,UIIi( ( : ;( ;( ( HIlII"lIHIO( ( 1111111)o) ) !\: : : :! ;; 1 IrtkcCity I ........... ...... .........H'M I 1:: : t. 1t I
011 the Hit:\ 11 of ai"tlicr I dunce! ; lclvttuntltlunasscegruialim'v:\ i DD DM ilt: 1 15U: YYy li'i (lili: On ( HI(1 no 1111 UII--\! : ( :: Leave LlxoOali; ....,.... ......... ......... 1:0)() 1-. JtArnxc
horse" : -s.ml two i wiirn't 1I1"'I'I'Ur10 I I rause they HUM 1 be made over silk, and! are : Y Y \' (r i i" onoo till DD I) DD SSSSSS: : : :
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: nil : : lit :Sax.mnah ......... ....a.... ... *! :* j1l
dm.\ ::: that old light vehicle with-in f.ut.rn I tlant'iic'aha.double: \ :anal costly! and) :-ill- I DD I'D) HI:1: 1: \: : yy Uti:( (lili;( ; (IIct on 11\1\ mill lit 1111 :;: Wtt .
.. l '.ix.'Savannah: ...... ......... ....... : \ vLeaxe
i ould 1 sn"teh it along P.ivUr than I \\ atahs.: I- lab silk* wliU Iirl.thecutl ( the) Jiiiliiseand 'jiDDDD, \\ :-::SSSSSS(: ; ;::; '
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,"1 soliwinter I : the! DliDDDDDDD 1:1: 1: UU ( ( LixcOiik( ) ......... ... ...... ......... ft::w r. vLeave !
--l luicly lue-fsary ltlll''r., and imxv\ that the roads was in good splendid: I <1 warm' in and all\ dres.-the details;};;1. and of ie'iiiiii'|thctoiette. 1:1: I: UU: YYMottling. HIili'i; ;' Uii din' iliHDRY '| > :-::' Like Pity ......... ... ...... ........ A W : utmoM( nicety ........... ?:1' t'. 31rr'p
,t .!lilion. hul'\I.; ,'h'. lliii1:: vIn ........ ...... : "
on Hats.! t''tlia, Uel'hls. + .. .. ...... Ht05 "'. :SiV 1LIt.
i of lT;Ti ho sold .\ at Jacksonville: .... .. :
"On the Bill February' Tin1 pnjthatnw( before! femarke'd are n I
lie olil ciiiri.ijte;: and hoiuht; a cheap\ MTOIhan t. harm' they are .*
: .1 buji.rv; -"aid l a b'lgpyas.jiist t (the tl.it-k t" way, of making) them, !'ICryuently| GOODS AT XEYUHK Ill '1iL 1 IMMCIiS.O" I 1.11\',. aackxoiuille......... ............ ftfflV: r..H.
t tn "kiin :alon,.. mushy, Musfiy: early :<[\l'illJ,(: 'presents' 1111'1111'1'11111 bcinii sn useful :as they : : House............ ..... ... iWP.l!: .
i roads with and liohailalwtiyA: wanted. to Icy I oOlt'rwhsc would l bo, beeau!'e (II!lienit t III -..--. Il'at'hll'\ : ......... ......... ......... : () 1. ;s'
a buggy| ;! on those mountain Yoads' atiyxxa I lauiider. yet if !lI'l''lIlttn'lIll'll! !. they It'tuill Lei 1 ..... ................. 7:25: ;
0i: the b.t of August: In'Id: the huri.ind : t their I lint fieslnu'ss I : a e-oiisiderable I'\ time', tni.l\ .t- Agents! !fur Di.x' i.IN. Outer") promptly attendee! tit. H'\: \ I:II.Irh\\.11c.: ................ ........ > ::07 P. }!,

I bought, the remains of an old : ordinary t ; : motni.u and country: walkin: Lease 11'I.olu.steo....... ..... ..... ....... !1:1: V:* r. ll&*
I I I' ':lid hojuif \\anted I to ceo those <""'re ClllkY-1 WI'Ill'II'1'\' pleasant! and more de'sirab: SAN1HUN! < I : ek HOYT.SKCOND ( ) I 1 Carrie........ ...... ........ II: :! t.. J'.".
\ nos ean's "tarcnnd: : nnxvk when hey( !- \ than: anv oth'er ol! the cotton, : fahrii .1"1)11. ('ity.................... 1 ::)Htv.it..
I l ; runta-rippingit1011Iii a sulky'''':,didn't hiHexe 'Ihe .I'kl'lillll to the cotton! t I. (hat \Iri\ ,
:\ I crepe I Live Oak: ...... ..... .11:1:I' t. :t.
I !: "j '! they'd: ever l.. .lI'tll1f' n sulky in tholixe's. r they never look lea'i and that they ""I'awl"a :: : ) --;1'lnI'T1'I! : : : : ( 'KNTUK: .I\'I\C'. C (......... .... .... 7;(k) .\. Jt,

I I'I'I !! over In sill underwear tltl.I: i hr not e>l h- Arrive!' ..l.allal/............. ..........10-It( : ,\. M.
f : Well, the nth of August 11,' <-yll\ Ili' tin-. ai.el t the snftne". 1I a'llul.l.ii.t\tt: un': xii.CniOCERS .
on : joi'tioii.sb'c: tine !ut..s s \ : !\I I': i i1'.1 iuI1.... ............... !'fUtV.IA..XV : \ >t
t i olyivil i coachman: : -said he didn't needooachmau II I Id rrudcrinythr eoutait a re-'able! ; but ill 11.ltIpawlln' \ \11 .......... ..... ........ 4:: 0 I'. )
11 for a -uUn'-wllulclll'f ho nun I If ) ''' cheap: die s fabric I the ,'rinldl'un,1 SHIP' CIIAXDLE1US, :1\11111......... ........ ..... .4t's'4': :
i !'ion,!h for tVo in it an.\'way-am! hi-" 1".11H1) ':<,.t.' ...n....... ........... .V4lpv: .'"
(' it w.i'ii't: I every dav, that t'roxide..'t, *cn'm a I (' and u not. a pleasant one, and it i-; "* tin .1.11111. ....... ............. ''il'V: *, VLi.xe
fft :in a fool!< who! x\ai: willillgIII pay iliihi:, discoMud, tliat ciepe) must be ( lu.i.'o 111111 \SIII.I!: IS,91'I l 1.II.l'Ii0.1.( ......... ......... ........ :uf0atjttr
t t hundred( dollars !for such|| a third-rate at;!roI I tine to I h" eleiiable.Next \ w v Leave .Mt. (Carrie........... ....... 4:13 t A, iLcavcOlU'teo ,

::1'i that-hecu wanting in get lid ot'tiic I crew : in populaiity to the jrinjrhams, : 1'.UlWtill' r -i; t'OJCX: I I' i1,.9'1"titticl'I.I I X'I I ? -EJ l r B':' 'i :J ..... ....... .......... 4W; A. sir''
lure. for( years: hutiln'\ I like to tlntnf hilll itilards 1 nu: me :satin hut the i'Lliu! 1 ,, _w .I ,. i ., \Ih.l-nl................... :V.o: \. it*.
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,, .a\. 1'\' tit l"I foulai.ls: \: with liulit; (tround I Sven II> <;0 II'j\\ 1 ) ......... ......... r\i: A. M. '.
J' ,,,dlft"1I months\ later-tht; is to wi;:" eovetvdand: triiunnn! ..t' tine .wine orlaei'there ('. 1.1:11 al'\\.ll'\ .......... .............. <1:41)) A. Af.
Hi the loth of I.\.blllar\-K'tT 1 ;; -lie sold the I is i nothing new: ali-na I I the-co! Ionian1eeopt 1.+ ------ 1"1lahlI.. ..e....... ...... .... i:(' M'M.ATIXC "
-ilky and. hmulit a afIIC'-.ahl hot'sebaeinliiu I II : tliat the pr.iitiieK, \ n",' better "revered \'Ill' l ... ...... ...... ;; A; td..
I : : was what the dm..tor had ::11\\11\-: gee- I than li'I'IIIII'iallil' the do,,;gus,, full "f .1:1pan': ] A T.AIKM( ; 1.: :STOJ-K; ) I IT! i rruxiTrur.1 : \ : .\ t.\\\y0:; N: J HAND.AKLINGTON .II/'IIII\.ilc.! / (1
' if lien : enl iMH-lv!! rll; 'nen'Ietishin, to take. and dojj'tl; eso and''linht -a-Lrac'rnug;;l"tilm' The : ?
'in'ed:\ to iNk hii luck fining! over tho' MS 1 .1011.11I'1'11 utin' Ihngut'elti; lime l'hth olihaile \ run thrutlgh. to und 1",1, .T."ROI.Vit niilASaxannah .
alnntitain: ro.uN, on xvliooH in the dead i.xin'or :' <. blv.urc,1i: ( ] Ilk, "!d frold, or "red time NUttSERI liS. : : 11..1.. ( .tn.cl! TfuVl.iliassio. sifts 'i; .,
\ not if he knew himself."On i grounds hemp/ ; usually' \iry .!.'!i'alt.Itilllt'.I.. : ihiou''h to :111 from .llko1'It f t ." ,
I the !tJlh IIi .\1'1[ ; ho sold the saddlc- and the; high color \ eryparinjrly\ used i ill :w
,t.N "aid lie wasn't >ruin;! to iN hn, life with any the de'.si.ns. The later importations of the;c -. ---- F.a : .\ ) :\.\ KXTUIISS:: 1).t1.I ) ; :

I piiishahlo saddlc-fiirt, I 11 I hal: 1''l'I'11"1 made. foulards;' ,. au'ompani"d': l b)' a bordeiiny, t to I : '... .. ..........11:1.3: ) A. at..t' .
\ f f. n\'erur.tinyuiry.ll'rilroa'I] while heconli.di 1II.11'1!', :and arm ninth newcv than ati.vthinelse '1.t.U.U'.U. Ulut au: =I'itOQ'7li!, 1'LCtI'I'IL': : ;. Hw'aN.: nl:('n). Arri\e 1'\ .11.,1\11.( : r. Jt.Atrive 7.

; : h.irehatk' and k 1\1 1\\- and feel he wialways ill the way of ulesitn:: e-olorand.! arrange 1.1"1\11..1:1' ... ..... : p. >tLeaxe ,'*' ;.A
c M f' :t :! hn-l dospivi-d to ride! on a sin1dli. incut nf, I trimming: which. !intended:\ to \,1'11vide 6'(1il'sutitt lel'1:1tGIt1:1:0'iilltISSunul: : : : \C'dSt'IIt1: :-' 4a 1'I..tt 7ti. !F.llalllll:i........... .........h1:8ls:; () .. n.Leaxc "

ly 1 .. anvwa'y. lor hhiti! uerallr! little nillles.Tlio'atin Haldxxin, : ....:...... ...... ..... l"JO: v. at.
' i "On the'lih:! of April Inold. his hotxelid '- !i .ular.as\ remarkei') in pro\ .---- Anlxc.Iaeksiinxille ............ ...... ::11t.: M.
Tin just llftv-sox.cn" tu-.i.ly, hale !athl io:"is htte'is' :.no more) pronotmce'd; : thmuiid l'as.i'ict: for Feiiiandina und ( \. :u', \a y
.. '-it would I be a JiI't'1I1I// howdy-d; \ ,i t.r t< oloi i is; deeper, the Moral: devsi igll]:< \r\V.XNt 1: > CtlOIcr( )\( 1 : VAUir.TU!: : ltui iQt7 tar tt i(=r.t' Vvvef.: )[,\111'\: HlT.t'lAt.TY: ,. lake: this'}train.I : No 11'lil from llaldwln tt'
IIII.t.( lie xxastinji; Miicli: a trip as: : that ;aiv unit)'; d : s-i;,.'ii weather as this on a burse, \ when thor not blend nor" tin the line-.s: I'.ow: intoet'e1other ; --.- I CosM'CTio.vKl: 'lall\, with A., (?. AV. ,
\ .1 lin't am tiling( :\' in the world! :-ple'iidid' 41-. a with! the saute: 'grace: a-< lio-! "c pic\' ioiily ". \ 1. T. U. U.I for -\'. tr.iui'avilloand C i l &
); tamp! on I foot;' through; the Iresliprin, I mentioned. In making them up, eonihiiiations .;<. ri'-Sttul: : l for Ili'>criplile! Catalogue! \ F'I'IHIIIII.111, all points Noil h ututWe '".
'W \\-1":1:1.111\1'1': the 1'111'1'1'IUllulltaII: ; *, to II ; tin usually e Mu tod 1 with plai' : AI.IH-RT t. IS116)1t'aLti. Lukt' ::: :I ,
t at 'alillm..l.Ihlty.
:- :
; ,,,1111 i that /.i a m:in-:ami I can make\ in}, satin, I of:a Ii.tltl111111111'1'; iiuiitand m! t..xtun( and (i101'; North( t ; : '
.I. i e.rr'tin\ claim in a little Iniiidle, any:- (hut tiicdistiiulixe'iioss: of col. ir an.', 1 patleiiis 1 tf .lAt'UsuNYJU.i\ : J :, KtA.B la\1111Ih.. S': .' l t atl > :
(, .i'k'III'IIInth .1.11lw'rf1t'tm .
\1.1\', wlit'll it's; collected.\ So to-morrow 1'1i siii-h ihiit a ommunication i is J. ,
J h,. 'up! bright and ('arl.1IIlll.e. my little 111.1 1I1.I.,1,I bitweou II\'III-a: suit of hl'iilge!; tlirevclit .. n. E:. nn' "n.tan.: : c'1'talt'; 1rltcs''Iani: :. W.'r". M. D\\inso.N, :. ;IU111' '
j i.o,|(..':tiiiii, :and mosey; nfl' tn Tennessee.\ nil the I .shock: .i' too .-ii'ldcn aeollisioilittwee'ii I ,- ; I'ost.oitiii t I. 1111"h.
I : n.iii i Superintendent.ACKSONYILLK'
ni'; "\\11 hind lor""xxUh a I'Illi'ill'r'intid-; two' tli.n-o.ijIily; ; undiiduaiod! l"ihm-, .- -
Ii'';,e t,' O.tdsliy's.\ rieThis js i cfloetc'd! with bku-k! laceci', l'.UNANltXA:: ) : I'l.OUlDA: ( / :, IT.XdACoi.A AXJ*
i /J t On) the :UJml! of ,1nno he ;;01.1.1 his doii ; losfly i jileatedand'' laid in rows or arraujre-i, I tj MOIUU-: UAtl.Ut.'AD.
{ -I:i : Dt-rii a dog; anyway, where .\'oU'I'l'.I" in alternate IOUIK! ''H 1 upon time tablie.1, tlililack i i iii\tui' !: ix
r -! tartiiijj\; oifon: a rattling;\, bully: ptciixurc1: being I K-'lhe'ri'd straight.Oerskiits ; i I M 1 \.Im: TU.\tflm'\TLo'K OH'I'Vcj j f .
( >i'imp through; the summeroocfs ami d 1 1r hill I : haveili-appcaic'di'iititely i : } ; onl,:' Elise I'at11ily' (lroeeriel' II 1'11.u,11lt5tuIS: :, Fi.x.. February tf, jlW r "
?, I Irfvt nuisance1! diaso.s I:\ the .piinvl-< +<. iViijiine'iiti) of them.Ire seen ill occasion:! I II I tI On and IIn.1 Monday[ ': : : I!Fcbnuuy 2, t: rJ;:
1 o irks( ut eVv.r.\.tiling, puss a-eapoiinj." : .; urn! short aprons) M.O jianiei-s': and l the like.! Th ASI1'UOVIriIOXS.I> I 'cn/cr trains of this road: still 1\1 a*;i).' *
-;, '!.! tcrinu: around\ in the fords" -l1Iall: (':la't:: :-hurt, :straight; .siJri full at the back: whieliseertaiu Inu| '. xi/ : ,Z\t., .
,.t.: ;allY i hance to ivllevt and enjoy lIatul"- i !) not )pretty or J1' \l'l'flll. i Is a re-ae ) : ( l'AS-iXiiKU: :: : : TUA1X: : --KASf llOUSU.! ). ''. ,:i
h .ijid I'd 1 a 1>1 HI 11,1.idlt:: riither carry tin (;ii >n from the "di'aperi.d". elcsigns!: whit 'I.. I 4 Levu' Chattahooe.h0..dully, ut... :! 0 p. jr..taxciju.ncy (.

t i cl! ilm ni.x .elf, it'a mightyfl\ I iitNifur ; II ,1..g':; lia\e been \\ 01'1110". long! and\ bcvomc :s.t 'X' +' L ; ............. ...... ;y I;T *..t. ..4 I
ui'uhty' uncertain in a' linanual way-alA "vssi\ely Iires; tine. :St :hlr'tIilug! IIctl\ is posiiclv ; Li .IM1'.. ilaaco! : '........... ..... (I t aft) P. 411.I. .' '
5 :.\'+ noticed! it 1 -well, (i-iud hyo, boys-ll->t ; refreshing, and makes t tli I m .. fliers; \ prcttier 1;1I"1"11Il'I'I eau rely HJHIII J getting C1IOR') ': I..ave Mnuticc-lln ........ ..... ...... '10 t'. n.I \\

> .I-min( oV! for Tcnnc.ssec with a { 1IlIll.-:; : by "IIllt raTh"'l'i ) is nothing \\1'ul'i-- y. Lrretireeuvile; : \'! ....... .. .. ..... ":* r..)t
.ai i gay: heart 1'UIIII: the morninp;; !" :Mimo'as this!/ denialtrain utter "prctti' ( :IIO})IS, asNOTHING .(..ixe M.idlMin: ........ ...... .... ;'l'. M.
There was a pause and a .iiclI"I'l'X'I'ptlilt' icss": which means nothing and i iscnmmo! ..uiuLixeOak ............ .... .M.'jA. )t.
1 nuio'of the wind atnl the 1 tclliug.unsy. to; 10'C'n'lhillII."t., limu-sty, :Mutability tin ::: .... .... ...... *> (iii .\)1.
...' Mr. !LvkiiHMnid. imp.itientlyVell : onseioii-i; grace, Inert\ tidiness\ is |.<'tttr line : ( HIT' TIII: FINF-ST:: IMIANU: ):-; .\lln'\rl'l.-U\'lllllh.'h"IIH'iJl"! ....... ..... lift's A.' Kn've *

t \ l ?" l'1'1'llIIll'l'l'Ililll':4.! :ST; (< \' i-s.::: 1 1I1''I't-t 1 1: ;; : J\\UI.J-: : < \ ;\::{, .\ .Albanv...... ...... ...10-> A. ?u .
1 ISilev: aid: : Thank ht'.i: veil I that I wo lyn\ u \11 p.utl' ,1irh'c Lake City: ......... .... :'Ja3A. M. -
)' \r 'IIthat11..'". thlrl'ur a.o. gut rid. of the o\erskiit.: Dualities) :\ it whit! lire kept ill >-tuck> TIXSII I'oUFETnOr.lm!: :, .M'rhc lLdts'ilt.! .. ...... '. ..... ((1 t 23 A.M.Arrixi'Jackfjnxille .
x Very \\'1'11.'cn. \\,1'11\\'hat of it? ome to the MII'face; again : perhaps' we wqeven !: ;' -- "-'- ---- .. ......... ...... 71 50) A. 1'.
}KooFiN': : AND ft"I"1'1:1Nfi: : : :,< i
I'm' great friends, with that olll'all'i- ho glad, to see; it again: for si change.; o. s.; 0.\ I:';, Airixo Fornandina: ...... .:.. i) 10 I'. at.
-S arch lies comes every evening to tell! )tie !but at hire,,.tut we' hu\e: hail enough of it. (Cl ( 'l'IIHmIIII1I'r; > '. ll', !1':1'1': Anix.luincMvillo( : ......... .... t 50 p..Jt. ,

\ _o.i.I-bye., 1 I'ahIm! to-morrow an hour uII-lIe's morning; -uhfInr'Friuuta.'eeearly a-' unit latiued We ,l 'king-heute.l! : kid saving suit what! t.) her a good un- /: :10NTUACTOU: : ( ) AND, IH'ILDIIU I : :, .\ lal't"l'ot'k t'f :*!oxe-i. on hand ( il\'l'lI:4: .\n.i1''dt'( I Key: ........... '. ..... l' ill! ) r. ii. .

Usual ; said he e-aleiilate'd to get:,; his' \ clainthrough ,\e'leomc! vl'itor when ...lllll'I't. promising: i 1\ ii rill, and oiupax" ': olt> ,' prices( ; xx ith fljtuv f.f INIhIR'1'11.1IN-11'1: [: :: 1 :sT / !:<] .
; and he oil' h'forc, lIithtowltikI':\ !pcedy return : ood-bye< dear, and don'thurry !, : 111x1'F.t.i'1'111y11ll'LIiINfs I utlll'l'I..HI"I't :<, 1 e'ri m -cxvliere.1 1"I'kltl/ \ ll, ......dail) at... I 3111' (. '
; : : ... ... ...lo.'H: A. H
bate turned( out of heil. The tears wen buck 11'\ Fl'rIHIoiaa .

I ; ) : ( nuAcKirrs l : ; SAWID: : .ANI: K. .u Iii: ttithON.: : (' ( .... ... ... ... ... 002 A.,H, .
I i IJI'his eye he was sojilad, he was: going;\ ti( Talk about. fishinii being! changeable'/: wa:! ulll.l/\ilk. 'i
1 his old, Tennessee and his fiieiuU OIKH I th'I''l'r hu'herv.trk than toget lid I nfoni 1'1\( :: IW UALFMKUS:; : : NI1WKI.SSTAIU : : Lcaxo t ', ,1.1' 1' ........... .... ..I 1,1.\) :.I. v "s'
H.II.'t II( III F.AYKS-;: Le.uiiIluldtylu ..... .. .. 7 0*' r. MLeavel.ikcCitv
I mire.Anothertilent. when It once obtains a "sutuu'i; iii IIIi.dll; "IT UJNd: ; .\\11: 1.1' 1: I"llISClI .. .. .
i THtWlilt1'1'1110.: : : \ [ : : t\Xl'l.\1 ... .... .. ...... l It) r. urLoaxcSivaiuiah
\ pause. Thcstrangerbrokeit: 'I is w '11 try to tlisloil.ru:: the moon In tact i it .. \
WKATlinUllOAUDNtair .: 1 I : : I ) : -
I Is that all ?" 14 i very like the moue-it. only disappears" : ticiippear \li.txl.I'l.)11Ii-: I ;* ;\ i> iic'i'Au 1:1: : ) ........ .... I iJO t n.
I '
j "That; is all." 1 1i : if not complete, ill halves:\ or <|iiarers leave LixeOak I ........... .... ? 1:1 M.
i Well for t; the time of nl. lit, and the lint*' :! whi''h, before )'oit know it, blossom: out I :N'} FIFTH F'T.! FKUNANDJXA.: :: FLA ,la'axe' )1uIz/1! .......... .... : ..11.)1... .
oful;:ht. it .seems to mo the storv was full i iI ntei a full! moon a'" bcfure., L"a\ ( .......... t ... .t\131!) .\. >uLeaxo :
loiiKi-noii;!h. lint what'xit all /1 //- /" and C'hurHiVoiU -- I'r..j.:: ''),, ,. Moiitlccllo ......... ..... ," ln(;> A. >JArrixeTalah.is.soe \
"O, nol hili:> iii jurticular.: :Now'M l) Tni.x.: -The Menltlcli most lit' A :srwiAi/rv.: ;( --..; = -.,->r..1.! .Ur''I 7 a : s.."' :.;foll.; .......... ... '00 .\. .M ,
I .' ',Well where tho point in it ?" hose who pup' 'pistols, and! make speeches ."' -....J0 ,,,-.)._'t"j:::r "'>.,,"' .1." '0$1"i.. jj 1 Lnl\ \. Tulalll.l.:0 A. I.
o. there i+II'1 any partie-nlar point in it. i.ivc: about! the rotirtli is! \ that it l Is the ,Iu\' DOUS] ; AND J WINDOW: ) I'UA.MKS: '$ t:; sr1l i 11lllll': .. .. .. A, M_
Only, U'\'ItI.1llrl' not in fan much of a hurryto nil which the Nation, cse-apod! fron intuleniilc OF ALL :SI/IIS. ,w'Zt12.. ttN ;.,.. ', C 1Itul" h Il.,.. .. .111:( A. ;t*
rash oV,( to San: 1"rl1Id"9wth! tlut: \po-i. I slavery: i and' bcc'oino t i'orexrr fico. 1'e'rtaps 1'0-1 Olllt-e Hox 171. '(:(.1 1 1 J t&JJ,1 CONNECTIONS.( :
I'llU-o appointment' Ir. Lvkins I'd ad\i. 1 this is the t correct idea ; but it is i as well l jant reriiaiidina; I'la ... At Live Oak' daily with the .N'mumaJi

volt to 'jiitt irji tit tJinhdj'J. for u hpell' and t.> look into it a little, before. we grow drunk --- --,,-- --- -- .. Fh'iid.umd'csfiri: 1:1111li uml trtvtik(
takoitcnsy. (:Jood-hye. (/',d bless you !" 1 kith :National! self-eomplaccne-y, The men ..tNlaall: : I"UIIXU.13.KItS : QI :-IIIIIII.II.t' all .\'rtll" ;, JI-t'r untl (
:N> staying!, ; Kiloy blandly; tnriiff on his\ who came' up iVoin tftcir I ploughs I and slhtps! i \ ".I'r Cltl-s.1.1 :\
hi"'1 and left the astonished I M-hool h'.wlll'I'tl"'I" nll.lol iecs to :tight; the. ".ltllt's! of the HI'\'''. At l ike-City tlnllx. whh the Florida ( t.u-
>t.Hiding,! ; ', a muiiu; and uiutioulexisijii ution were*, as a full, intelligent; cduc.ite'litiiens. : : AND! t'o\I"EI"l'Io: : ;:": I m'T.I.I.I':1'; \ :: '-,;. \\" )thJlN) :: ( ')1'FINS.NI tral Jtullioad: to and: from Jackwtuivi'lu.St.AuKiisttiie' ..

.. im.uoshinin; in the broad ;III\\' of the Tii.vatioii without representationIMS I .\ : It t 'A-KF/lf: ., Fal.ttki': Enterprise; i.iid l Uuid-, .
A'- -ta-et lamp.llo .. the intolerable i.Ltveryirgatlust; which c Hole Kroccries : inv on the St.'JohnUixcr.: r.It
never gut that\. x,:-ti>tnVo. M'tit rl'hdlllIwllillallr hulled dvjiumc ill I hitt
] 11'111'1'1:111l'.IL:: .\ :\SILVIIU: : I'L..t'r'I':1)TCIM.IIN :: laI4JlllIllll.lllh tll1:1',
I '/'WI/II. the: ile'claration whieh waread ill thoiiunds <.! ('i ur"' tout Tobuc'o! I' Uili.t :i ( lUilwny t':11 f-ou
of tutvnxaul.l villas e'serdiv.. How : : ( : .
; ) i : Fcriiaitdina, C ill'vll11:1. Key, m-il
FExril.iF.tkkn.-The; New Orleans Times i the bliHwl of the IHIVS he-atcd with rage! I TOYS( : .\ :\ FANCY) : AUTICI.1XWjsliIln : ( : with Mtcamors 1< "'t't ami
has IH-CII t-noxvn. by Mr. Thomas J. Spear' 1 8guin.ttar ancient Knglish: ': tyrants; as IIIl'Yli"I'lIl'.I trO\I'oI.\\JI) : OX: IIAXD/Sti: Ilayalmu.AtI'hattib.NNhecthreetluseslteekb. 1':11"

samples of /fibre made from plant I I iudi/e-;! ; What a C.esar did \IN*>r old King i \ with f
amid Fidiie-x
Knteilainmeiits; ,
us to 1/misiana. The following 1 is a listafjuinpaiiyintho maunderim in bis, gardens' Kew. ; s, .Iliitirsttind ( .
m> ; leorge. ) I ::: : i nKk-l" the | \'>plu'ri Line <>nd Central Line
fiirni.shcs.1 ut tbohhortot! lIotj-t', at ;
sptMitllen'4..leh! that paper medal to them! I Kvcii:: their father., grave I todies\ xx'aMie-d and tlrfsuj l and\ prl'sl'rvrduntil : IIMU, laifautu.: : Fort Guittt44,
says, I are of excellent quality and! well Icrgyineii:: and farmer.*.. iV-lt! a thrill ".f pttri- ton price', at burial, with! or without the Use of k c*. Ap.iliiehieola CulUllm and other; lUxcr lauding.. '
AXiSKI/S: : ; ILVKKUV.CiniieMrcct: ; ,
prepared. l : 1 I,!tic triumph as they heard! till'ullallt; : Uemniiis: \hun "l ai.d pl.ieeit: in tascx for y t.r Klc-gant Bleeping und armor I fH:,( h.i.
First tibre from the halIIUHI'lallt.' J'os.es- roclamutiou of their fnd\,.:I nioiK a ccn.iryago. removal. 1v.NNlrnit'amid I.uias run tlailyweeii } .:
1 i.> great htrength: !"'>d (color and vxhieh will : Hut after 1I1I.1t..w n it with ilitinLlvcs :t:1: Opp. "Ill'1 O. Ituiidinjcr -. I 'I'elterlphlr:I <>rdci>> piomptlv' attended I to. Tallahassee, andJ.iekwnixlUe.T'Ouuk I'all..t. ., 't-. ,, ,
doubtless\ itnrnctliately valuable' for ? D-ics the dm tar or connyman :.lj.! lII
: prove clergyman ( '. toiincction.lafcty. i'ortcG'
twine r"I'i><', or bulinir! i-tuH's.; Mr. Spe'ar' informs I really haxeany more t.. do l with the T K Y *!8\ -- -- (:. -I'.11'- IIt: 1'-- tl" 111'1'KIXJAIt: Vl.IKT,
us that the production of clean !fibre) .I ;Njxcrnmenttli.it rub* him than if it were I !h1 U''a' Tnuuportatitui..
from one acre of }banana plants will exceed ill the hands of the Knglish: ? He"tt...., ---- -,..
tw.. ton, saiil to ho xvortb in the market : nine times out of ten but he vote as he I isiddeu V\V. LOIIMANX'K. : I \\', ic. IIILXUHI',
t ?l..l'.r> f>n, f:)r manufacture into contact! I by his party manager lie has notli-
cloth unit equally as large a sum for line do with ruler. The cdii- A'.KNf' ,
or I lug to t liiMMing his T IViUY, AND iuiACDiXd: : .STAIM.IIS.: :
1 paper .", te>tk. \ Jteil geiitlenien who signeil I the I Declaration! -1" .I If OIS--'!: Wllo.K.tLL AM) I.K7XILBrnHKi ,
sspooinien, number two i is quite a curioAty whatever their biisinevs\ or j.r<> >l-.I..II. m:tdoulitics ;t.ler"ltaU'c'd (CHfI.aXU: ; ; 1\'.\(!OXHTo : : : AND $'f11C11F.tl.Flt. "r
being prtpareilfrom} that intolerable' nuUfance I i" their llrst duty. Noxr it is i 5tslf u I'loiif.ONLY .'Xl '.
the j'1 kii ;;r--l. If it was jio-v-ilile to I 'rofc'nsloii' or trad. hy \> hib a Miiallli.ui: nf I and from :-'t.allll'l'4l1\111' \ Trains. 1)rctlcr la Ire "-
cre-ute niifli a leIlUtloJt this article a.s to wen make their living, and it I is indefinitely ____ I II I "iXTIt.\rj'S l'l'I FOK JIAl'LIXf! ; Hrr.: : > :
'rl': : : : : Hl'KCIALTVUiuHiM :
materially thin out the crop of coco In the I len by the great uri-s uf resi'i.table citicn'sirthem Full HXI.K : : I'HIIU ItJ-\ [.
vicinity of :New Orleans, Mr. Spar would tn manipulate) :Siniftinu-s when F1VK: 'KNTS: I'Klt: I1)UM. :ni WiMtr, t
IIOCFI's; itl'1(711q( : ; 11.1UNI't+ f1
b" haileil as a l cnefactor. This >pex-inien isrepresented thc dictation bpe-omctf; too i.peidy' aggressive, 10-tf JJm\\j: : .\, FM.JAIIIS ( *}
as hieing exefllcnt fir papjr the j.tIIIIlIl1tureolIIlt'ritulI, rclw'U again (a'lat e.JmiSH) W.\CC ONE -. 1 ,:
lull king. : f'hicago) and takes the\'wWlllntu his own I LrTlI:11F: : ; ('\-'II.--n.\! : : 'CH.'IX, 1. ,
(t N'nllertharee is a.anlpletifa4icstu+. ands. It Is Ms bush)('.'y to bold them, ';"tC'f OLD I'. O. JU'ILDINO.( .xir )flh\ '(' und 'tallt-t'jr..t Street; near '. S''I
Number four is u nample of ('ottol1l4l'l,1' bother be 11(' UepuMicun fir It'IIIItf.'tut.- -- 'Jrooin' "Street Wbarf.: 1,1-I tf'IMIIUD : AND liUIJacnuHrest -
11\111-! for; j'ap-r! making unl I doubtless' u X.'U' nut Tribune.A 11'Iu.I,1Aa1 I'. 11'OOi.ir., juXT1.t'T)1 J J.lnc:
,! nnlxT one article! C.)r tint |" irt' Ii?. I 'litH.. ,\ %X.: (".UtlU:,
Numlior five is a ttmplt" of the fibre jiorriioii WUItI\\'F.R .\\D .\ winoxv' were ;eiigageil; to C\KXKUAL: : NEWSDKLK1J) : :, t .\ U-txvevn f Second an.l l "'hinf,
of what 1 is commonly. known us the lie marriol in Uril; t"l. It{ I. She bad 1 a-jrewl 1 1t. \\y : ST.,1Tir.1'LSrulii.lLUUCt,
_..II;..1\! rigswrie.1 | of ::tturl 1, yen curious and! to i 1'1'1'\ i.l" the xv tt Ming entertainment and HOOK.sKLLKU.: : : : STATlOXKIt.: FF.UNAMUNA) : FI.\.
very han{Iauu.'. If I will lo'ilith'j's make an ,. 10 .li.1 *i with extreme liberality. Five FKUNAXDI.VA: : Fia., '
I 11I11t1 l I) 'Hlir In ArllcI Onlt r* and cxtitaatca from u il!.tauvr siHent\' tjiuhtxr of IKJJHT.NntiilK.T jrue-xt. Indu.iIlJ the aunuuatrotlnei < Fuurj .
>i\ lta.1 l tot'\'l'I1Uro from >helde-l I ( as uu uuottii-ial( holy, asM-ml/U'.l l attime I I II ".:.\Ltlt: 15 THE ful,' uttcn.61t.. -- -" -- .-. tr:. '.
CM!'::; usks: ,11IllClllllt min..;. \\' *.110111.1Jr..I' appointed timo, hut the It,'t..rw.t dialnot "'EXTUE!: STKKCT. FKHVAX1MXA, FLA.I'kture a nlar auI4'
t' '1I.lIt 1 asatu.ib'o! ttft. i>t-r us a ipnlof I come. T'li'us.eml.ly druitk imutolci- I' ( 'hoi....>".| .rn", Ullde 1'egetblew, iI.\"OXJ.-Thtr! .\"UII 1.J IT..f '

art'' '1 1.' >.)raw. Thousands of torn of j ely, Ara'! then for allu..IUlt Hum? creurusad I i diet 1'alot.f'+. Frumes, liras., F'. tV .1, on Monday !' to: ""
I tit-. w aper l eiiig! w.'d! } t-i N>w Ortoan every pie ut the minister. Ait exjKalitioji: : tov.joxer i I l.au(5M: ( l'rn |tut "Hit, Hand <,La.-we, CoiuljM. (''OXI"I-G'fJSI-H": ( : I, IT: ('. :l tat 7j )1. :k .harp. 1'rat r, ,:.
thcx articlej 11" the xvMower n-xultwl the itrui.hues, t-tc. raHtrie \h "",- I
Rear xe see nu Iea4) ) why | ;treat variety Ire fratc*!nally in*'itetl &JQ,
1)1',1:I not l tie utliz: l. a>' they are !lujtliI I lug; nf all the! window fn hits .h\tf'r.j .\llilll h hewing Machine St'eI1, Oil, etc, hills';.i' iSarden K*.l<, Flowers Furm and W.to-ateu(1 W.

.abundant ami cheap.I ially; the Ill/lice made a wore uf t <<.111'II'r Jnk Unils, 75: rents.! Om'flt" Implements. I If Jou .\. \'UJnT: r' J''rtaf.S'.r.. ): ,

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::- :- --, ., ., history of his country. .\ moment's: nice most : location. t is thus described :
thin will recall to tiny one having any knowledge is the universal practice, of carrying is
,SM TllWA Y, .I UL I' :4, 1880. .Sewanee, the site of the rJ\'l'rlty. an
... ., of history, that the t\'olutilll1nr: ('Oil' 4 k loaded,! poiket pNtols on the person.' Tin elevated: "1 platenu of that name: -a spur: of the

gres?, the State: legislatures. the l'Ioutltl.rllllIll' 1 litoll'Olk.t' 1 and. the pocket pistol\ puts hit Cumberland( Mountains. Its elevation' above

UH'KATIC TK'Kirr.Jfotfilny : ., during that period <'ompri: about one
i j"
if the intellectual force of the' drink, the : of this, wen- while' it :
; run iiifliiii'lufr; Wf from f"li"I"/'fl larger part / : possessor ,1111"1" of the surrounding country.? Fxpcricnce -
a /, Hint States confederated" in that strtiggli'- th pt pon at once seems to be ron-cious of hi1: h'\1 fully confirms! the wisdom i of theruarliiiitsselcrl'orl.
r f I lirltwc (n In- lifliitft/ riJI.f.-'YtsnFl.11: I
s uuntwnf: \I'ashingh'u..lt1h't>on, Madi! >i i. II power of rni"chief; with the rising lill'll /, I Thesummerteinperture I -

4fit (, ;cnTT Jt'Sf'O"K." Monroe, Mason! I'utlcdgc: Mac'on. 1'atric l I Ii ('rlZI in his brain lie puts hi hand MI" HI hi''. delightful, and the winter' i Is 'not sensibly i I-- .
1kTh than ) 8
IIenryaln'l ,scores of others. I In Inter time .. pistol and is ready. to draw at a 1111111: colder lll'111< 'hem1
..; ? 'ol: 1'ln"tJ'IST: :: : a ti's.:, I ;abundantly, lpllil',1 ,\' 1:1,1.11'1:
the talent in ( notice : ." GENERAL W. B. HANCOCK, our hill"uf'ougresehortl: an : :; upon alY :-I1111' edpro\ocatioii. stone I \llr';
111'1.1011 Southern:; soil: giu"< the contradit,:, \ i scions of hi* not being' / in a condition to inspire exhilarating in its cflecK there can be 'm,
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OF "ISSI4\'I.\S1:: \
,: and is of :doubt I : ,of; its cmiyent salubrity I The domain!
thou to the pneriletis-'ci-tionsiif. thi1. failure\ of rC-l'el' he prcs-umcs jealous mountain summit, atnearlv
...\ out the !
FUJI vicKinnsWILLIAM : "" T : (till! brain. .Intlmtotherrhigiunsennalitiot; \' disrespect, and has an insane i craving for is spread uniform Upon' height above the plain' below -

,, II. ENGLISH, "II' the :South we have but to turn to the ecu. I Ii i Ili"chhf; : hllllille I miles in length, wltl.1 an average

Lft ( OF IMUVNA.STATK sus of iwai' to see that in In'ln'"III'm:: N k The manufacture: of pocket pistols lias'heroine : \width' nearly two miles.the I I:the heavily most
wooded and to eye
x 'taterrnlltztininga population' of less thai I in this country \rl''nl
an immense : ami gracefully
1"ltIN'ltI; : 'r''I. I."OU": : I .' 111'oil'-I' pleasing !gentle
: AT I.MlitK : twelve millions there were about :UIix? > I In former times the )gunsmith, and, occasionally undulating\ surface.: From the verge) of the.

1. tt SAMUKL 1'ASCO.) i>f Jcllerson County. churches out i>f a total number of UHiO, ill Few men) in thin country have: lived' mon the hardware, dealer, kept a few i'tills, bordering it on all hands, are presented '

9 ALUnRT.L; RU.SSKLL, of 11\1\111\ County.KIHST the\ whole t'nited :States: ; and. an aggrcg itt' earnest and acti\e\ lives than William II army pistols, good, old.t a,.laiuneil, Hint lock,, most i-liarmiiij? \iews. of the Yall' 1'1 all

liISTKKT I : p< i]>ulation of lHiWl:! : : ; the proportion' III' English, of Indiana., ).I r. I Knglish: : is a na ten-inch barrel, which! were carried in hoisters adjacent Sc\v:.ce mOl!_ reached 11 tl by the St. iotibNa'1i-I

J. K.: YO.MMof( : I"rambha'nutty.: churches to the population' at the Soutl .I live Indianian., He was !born in :Scott conn a.s I possible need on I horseback: jour villa it Chattanooga t: t.ah\'I', as far as Cow

I SKCOSI:, : sit" "TlurT: heiint! mucli larger than at the North., That.I ty, August :27? 1 S22:!:!, at the village: of Lexington : they' through spai-sely :-Ilth'.ll'mllril', :; but an Station, and, at that point: and a, mountain RailwayCompiinv's !

THOMAS\( I. KINO, ofla 'ltlla bounty.Foil the :Southern; people were n religious peoplethat and, has: literally grown with his na now the pocket pistol is to "lie found for :1111 (r'dlwatil'; : road:Sewanee;: begins Mining its ascent reaching

$ : all clause', ma-ters, slaves, and the'crr five Slate and strengthened with her' I by all kinds of dealers: the dry goods man, the University at 1 ,distance: of about nine

I cioVKUNoit : large cla- who \\'e.'cllllt. the owners of sl.ive strength Horn at a time i when schoolhouses the druggist,, the stationer, the confectioner, italics Perhaps a more definite! Iolon ol

WILLIAM D, BLOXHAM, were generally inchgoers", t the statistic:!' in Indiana were few and, far between and the toy 11callr. The mails are lloodei, I I the exact location of 'the University: : may: be

OF I.KOV: : (Tit'STY. of all religions. bodies. at the :South: show, he mastered: the rudiments of at with. the advertisements' of Ilalluf.ltll'l'rS' : ;given those that who the are great not acquainted tunnel" on with the :-:1 1
hv saving
'I' That there was ever any "f.iilnre in tin education at an early age, and took a \position or ,dealers in thisedeathdealinginstrument'at J:,mils', Nashville t Chattanooga road: passes

: ', 'FOK MKUTP.NXTl.OVrU.oll I ILIVINGSTON Southern: pulpit" could, never have origi in public affairs when others more favorably prices within the means of the poorest, neaily: iy under. tin- t'11iver'tydnntain' ; sothat

g W. BETHEL, Dated' in the mind .of any intelligent; person situated, were dallying with problems The consequence is (that the very people it i.a'huut a hundred, miles miles south of Nashville of

J. OF MOMIOK Cor.NTY.:; who would take any pains whatever lI"I'Cr- ; he had\, :solved.,\ :Mr. English: : studiei' who have little sense or judgment. an' Stevenson.The by I'nil1.1. thirty-live north

FUR rnxrltIYM-FIIt3Ti'pTnirr:; \ : twin the tmth.Thi""I"IIIIII, law and was admitted. to practice\ in the Circuit supplied, with them ; boys and negroes :art [ 11nst-niliceuddressb I I ":1\111'1'Ten,"

ROBERT H. M. DAVIDSON, I' Chiiago! preacher' has, that<' (Court at the early age of eighteen years ; almost sure to invest in I pistol), and being The post-office is I money-order oll'l'., ami'

f OF fi\I''III'X> : uii'jfrv. assurance. : to say of the :Southern: pulpit I It he was suI ""|uu'utly admitted. to the :Supreme uneasy to see i go ulF, IIrllll'nlUI'I' dailj there is I telegraph tatilIlt thc:I'WIHI':,th of August

1{ -- failed to )grasp itheuiearlitug'mf. i ) the ( 'hri"tillll1'I'li ( '..lIl't..f his :State, and. in the twentythird while thoughtless, and'! \- I The commencement is on
fOil CON >!i"II. What sublime audacity year < age, to highest judicial are daily on the ', ali ,

\ GENERAL JESSE J. FINLEY, We took up' our pen to introduce) an admirable tribunal III the (country the Supreme' The Legislature of Tennessee has wisclj _\ugl'l.1 letters of inquiry' are directed 1"

OF n"U'MMICOCXTY.. Court of. the United; :States.Several ; withill! to be made of lltv. Telfair HOllg"ol.I.
\ ; reply of the bI'.1: Shnnp; \ HD.) prohibited the sale of pocket pistols' )
: !hi-fore, he of he I ) I D., Tice-('hiatm'clhmr, Sewunee'I'cuu.
in \'olh.Ilnrrinnfur.Iumat./ ; '. 10 tltisset't'1of years was age wa the :State; and indicted, a hl'apl'lll for

tiOV. inU'AVS: AUMIXISTIIATIOX.The : vanity. nnd misrepresentation, but we will chosen: delegate from his:\ native county tithe I violation of the law FI"li.la would dc" :.
of Flol'i.l'rr. generally re'- 1I1'1II01'ratil'tatc) Convention at Indianapolis I EII7'OIJLIL COllSI"O.IWXCl
people :
\ \ defer it to another occasion. well t to enact a similar i In w.
I s pint lovernor i )Drew's administration, as one which nominated Jen. Tilghman: .\,. M.vro.v, < 5v., Julys, lS ,

) which ha contributed to the prosperity\ ali'I Iwrlfare I'A.MI'ltKKT AltOUT: l-'LOItlltA. JI"w.II'Illir Jovernor( ; and he f'OIII1111'lIce,1Illakillt CASIISIIAXOJHILL.. Mac-oil is one of our most beautiful Southern
the State noel has been credit, to in that IIIl'IIIIll'IIhll'Clllll- cities lies on the west hank of,the
of : a
.\ writer in I the 8,11I '
) the flovernor and hN Cabinet. :Selecting, inordinate length a pamphlet issued' in tin'' pl: glI. At the age of twenty year he! wa Jacksonville I'lilnit on lhi ,hld. The Iullc ll'lulgl'I'Ulll.. welhuul handsomely) built

: t. with the "good sense ami! good judgment< ;; interests: 'of the Midland, \ Hallway: Drainagiit appointed' postmaster' : of Lexington, his! native sentiment of :South; Carolina, whilh The business I-tl'l' are very broad. and the

which have alwaysdistinguished t ) liini.a cabinet ullage, then seat of 1otll'OIlIl-! number of business, houses, indicate I large
: Canal( Company( which has also eoim' county' made dueling<; an oTcncc a against the statuttlaw. !
1 of gentlemen whose: character for integrity under" our notice. ty. I In 1HJ|: when twenty-one 'I'ar"f, age", and. which, in IITOI'.1HI'I' with the and thriving LI-Im.".. .\;1 cotton mart it

and, whoso capacity\ for \public )business he was chosen principal' clerk] ]; of the louse vailing spirit of public sentiment at l'I'l'-1 hats long held a leading iii sitiou. \'tl the

'I was: universally! admitted his adminisI Thl'11111'11I1'111.: of the pamphlet: \ are ccrtainly of Ilc'u1Ye11tatI! t i\'('s, Soon: ; after I the close ,1'l lthcscssioi :South; looks it as crime against: : II l'Xl'Cltilll of .\lllhta. it was> the only city in
F I colored I, imaginative, and UIOl I I
I ration has I been harmonious' whole. The I highly of the legislature the jl'l'all'am- ciety, it is. ti Il' hoped, will see that the ieorgia, which' escaped.' occupation by the

I Mrong characteristic of Governor UI'l'I'l+ a "greatly exaggerated. We take it that IIl'rll"- i'aign'mf 1SI II began. The 1\IIlal'.ll''al'l'r: >4! criminal parties' are pUllblll'd"e havi fcderalarudesfurwhikhi, it was indebted to t thin
of this character, whether i issued 10 :
dear! haul, a sound. judgment, and a \pectus : of the opposition' parties were James K, never known of a IhldIot! : jUlllahh' hospital \1 and home guards, who gallantly -

l 1 {force of will which enabled. him to carry (create :stimulus to immigration into Flori'( Polk and, Henry (Clay. 11 Ir. English took an than this' and the people' of South ( 'arolinatuttstdecldt' Wl'lIlllt" the trenches and made sovigorous

into effect whatever measures he deemed l for da, or fur a western mining\ company' or 1I ipetroleum \ active part in that campain' and, as a recognition whether law and order, are In 1 ill-fence that the Itaedllj! forces

i. the best interest 1 of the State. Except: in I t trilli'amimyaitU new city, is aluay.- of his: yahl.lhh.Il'l''h'I': >I, he wa-f or the .Iudll, We ellll'rtllil m withdrew, from before the city after shelling
taken with grains allowance.('. None o l'I'l'\'li
I the single! mutter of appointments\ > to otllcehe many tendered an appointment!' III 1heTrea'ury doubt their decision: will he in favor of Ihl i.. inhabitants. .

linn exercised, no discrimination its to \party : is likely to bo) greatly deceived by tinmerchant Department) at Washington, which he accepted supremacy of law, all will evince a healthy The great beauty of 1con1(' ,in its beautiful -
who aiUirtises "the best uo.I'I1III1IIut
1 and in this! matter, other things being and continued to discharge it duties public sentiment on this: subject suburbs, with its high grounds capped
I shown entire fairness in appointing prices in town or by the :.speculator )Ir. Folk's administration.Mr. with elegant and costly residences and h"II'
{, ('1111:11.111\-1: \ \ his thefrohtkrtaieontttimaiuigevery during:' The death of \Viii. N, Shannon of Camden -
43 f \ the men who where represented\ to hints :: who advertises Ill'dtr element on lIgli-h is: a nun of action rather than :South; Carolina u, in a duel, wil do mud tiful grounds.' +. The State Institution for the
., : pros'" towards that cruel scuseless11ructiee. the Female Mercer University -
have :
s being the I best men. I If mistakes of words. Ills[I ell'orts a't abolishing 11111. College,
and success the centre of innumerable The citizens of Camden, did 1 1form
l\ t Roman
tI lieen made they have resulted from the 1'1''t railroads, constnutcd! andthcfuttmmetropolis remarkable: for: common' sense than for the their society n momenl tot and a large Catholic College,
I II,1' anti-dueling
i commendation of other Something has the Take I.rillialll'IIforalor)' or the flowers of rheto too soon, hl.ll''IIIt it had been "orll'll'nrl\ allot' which have extensive buildings and a .

I \' been paid, and it I is the only thing/ that the of country. any prospectus ric. His !mind. :strictly practical in all itscope (enough to ha\ rl'lIh..l this fatnlll'l'i- large attendance, attest the interest its citizens
\ ,h' 1 Ucpnhiican% \ :"'' has found, to say, that lie of Western lands and till'I: a III 0 and bearings eminently)' utilitarinu.lnergy ing i : a valuable lite would have been !a\1 have taken in the cause .of education,
the lands 11'e ('ol. Shannon well
exaggeration; t prevails; 111'1'nlwlI'ii kIl\ ; Ill was
to oilier. In I nearly all of these institutions having received -
lias not 1I\\,01Ilh'lllh'l'lIhti11II1'I'
I of
\ \ character firmness
tho richest the for the future : of purpo.M' toned, honorable man, an able lawyer, anal
j, : view iif the example' of 31 I r. Hayes in tilling J prospects.: unwavering! integrity are his chief characteristics. an Ix.lh'lIt citi/.cn, and, if the mistake not. very \'l'rl aid from the city and its
the and! the railroads!
t a all federal oil Ires with Republicans! will he, are brightest, areall : In personal intercourse he i.-: I communicant I of the Fpiscnpal: Church,, public spirited-citizens.
I \ soon to be hllill1Il.h:; has come to be His doctrines, if their on him had] been
admitted. we think, that the comparatively inclined to be retired and. roerveil, which 11\ A very handsome t'lurt-lluiirl also occupied
his action
to ,,
led of all strong
the sett style prospectus' wording, 11\1 governed
few white Republicans, in Florid.i get their by the IH, which was built at a
l \ that it is taken for granted that it i is an exaggeration. might be' attributed to haughtiness; : pride would. have prevented IIII meeting, but t-otl'l'l
+ I'hal'l'of the olllce.s ; hut we have no doubt! by a !stranger but to an acquaintance 01 that they were! lIft, only shows: the strengthof 10"101 over $1M)00( () Is an ornament to thecity
To all highly
give advantages< that unwritten law that appeals' to the 0,111111 /
Ihat when respectable' white Republicanswho he is candid and! affable.' In and a credit to the State.
/ I U what to friend : open" in man's makes him fin
colored (''expected purports \ nature, all ,
have settled in Florida cast their lot the junction of four i streets .
the and social relations of life he \ prillcpal
private : set higher estimate on the
be on its face a prospectus: "issnedby interested thi' being I
t with the (Conservative-Democracy of Florida ', stands: "without' blemish and above re physical courage necessary to' fee death at stands an admirable monument of white

in the promotion of the best interests of \parties who have lands: to ,:sell expect pron'h'C a business:: man he hits nntstvaluable the mouth of a ho.stile pistol, than upon tl marble,surmounted with the figure of a Confederate -

1 the State: by the election!! of a ConservativeState a land company to 1I'1I1h. exact truth qualities Without being too cautious moral courage necessary to refuse to soldier standing at rest, erected to
reasonable It is not : '. and : calmly In the
'is not a expectation. so .I.1 lookI1'il I\'c
!i lovernment, they will Miami upon' the he is: prudent anti conservative.He ( when hrn! writes "coward" the memory of the Con federate 111'111 This.
much the fault of the speculators as of the I :n-lll,1 Ian
all other goml rit/.cns! and There few haiul.some structure is in admirable, taste.
; same footing as i is above the average height, with an fIIC' IHIHl' are
g ; public, who will not pay any attention to in the :South; who have not proved thcire'm11rtgenn
y' t no discrimination will be shown in ('IIII set erect, well-made figure. His hl'aII'4, ot'Ifllill men unlllhltlt.s the liberality of the l'Olmu.
matter-of-fact details. We do not the field of battle where
plain' : .1lnth
tpuau'eif former party' associations. The The fort-head is laity in which it is
i, these I things, far from it. Wl'I'lil'n'1I1I11I1.tall'lIIellh lice, with regular features 11,111 high carnival, and if there ever was u i 10al'l1
/ 1 principles of those men naturally ally them justify and overstatements high and.l l broad. He is dignified l and" l gentlemanly 11'0\,11 whl could abandon the \practice of f Another evidence, (f the public spirit tmtMacau '
1. s to the Conservative-Democracy! of the State.; \ I in his manner and has a pleasing' address \inj without any' f'fl'liol icing castttpnu is found in the public library and

1'a It is their interest: to place I' tho conduct, of in the long run, and I indefensible, butit with all : His whole contourof tll'irhpil'nl\ courage is those ol rea"ill -rloU whidi is! filled to its utmost
h is the fashion of the day The critic.seems : persons. the ; can onh'lle done' by
.State affairs in (the hands of men who will face and person would at once trait Smih. lut wh,1 put to the test bating capacity with valuable books 1 and collections
v be o\er-critical in his reference to htl'l.llll.
4-oiitinuc the safe ami sound policy' of l Covcrnor to favorable attention in any gathering.! Intellect thl 10rnl )rac to say .No, I will of interet. .\ large cotton factory is now in
the statement of the Commissioner" of Immigration thus sanction; 1know I
Drew's administration. of character, self-reliance not fight, 11\1 a l'rll'l' successful operation' and two more are soon
relative to the health of the State, uprightness is ('rl'l and wrong," We
: + t. a asthmatic, rheumatism and ;zeal are suggested) by his appearance' day of the duel is about over in the oulh.L'.I"JWSTr to put in operation. There are several I
J! I'ULVIT. pulmonary and made known by his dt't..13, .\ man who machine shops and. other manufactories

t 1 gentleman who has achieved some notolicty "scarlet typhoid I diseases are unknown has gained. uiKiiililicd| ; success! in everyposition THE Her churches are large and hanll'l and I
would have been more correctly stated if lie OJ' SOL'1'1
1. as an 1I'O'l't,1ihl.1i"'l'f\ in the doctrines said of him that this bespeak (
diseases known.Thetrnthisth.it of his life, it is i WI are in receipt of the catalogue of halt* hIJtrllllllln"I'rl\i 'ollllni-
had said these were wufcrly
'J held in his own church, a Rev. David.Swing I theseehi'aee"enrigintinghere is the result of an ability which has been' Southern school! 1')11l',111 l'wal' Tenn., ty. Tlll'l"'ltr:1 Jtiroihl ha very extensive

1 1 in the AWfA ..Iwrk"+ Jaj/I't'ur.\pl'lt equally beyond! qus/ion.-F.te/U/ lye.! on the Cumberland Mountain. are now being greatly en
{ article headed. "The Failure of are very rare indeed, and Florida may Inr .\ beautiful
j t published an from An interesting; account of its origin i iscontained > ell j lark with the handsome
r \ the Southern l'nlpitIh'r reading: this claim an almost entire exemption: WHAT UK WOULD JtO. in the pamphlet. The buildings of the State }'llr. lends an
I remarks uT"niza-
1 article, written by a professed preacher oftho them. The writer'sho.iug: might III the sjicech' made by Dr.) Conover atJock..onville final embraces, U grammar school preparatory additional ltratlou to her surroundings.
i iii fereneethutnuthiug '
gospelof JesusChrist is: led! to doubt be considered' as conveying an t.l. Evidently, has Wen blessed with
\ he very adroitly, as snpposed '- to the Univeraity proper. tu,11'nl Ial'ot
., \\1\ whether such men have any (conception of was That being the done State:; to h.u encourage> not been veryliberal evaded an inquiry interesting to his are received. in the grammar school who IluLli'- I.lritl1 men, who have worked together

} 1\ the religion of Christianity.A ,I in allording! means to the ISnreau of colored. friends According; to the Nun/ tutu can read, write, s-pell.' ant are w'l grounded ( to build up a Wautiful city Beginning -

a specimen of the HI" '. Swing's; style J''f'lf rl'llI'rt- in with some knowledge] ol with advantages of position, an interim -
) but the
i is undoubtedly true, arthmctc.
.: mad the following : town in an agricultural thehas
Commissioner ha.- certainly done all\ in his In answer to a query whether the blackman ) geography and history, without r'r'I1 to 11lric
I In importing' < workmen t'rumfrim( in would be imt in oftice, he had this to become the Ilanl"Ul t and one of the

: ,order to escape from the misfortune". of4lrud |>o\\crto promote the lnrl'o"I' of tlio Itii- say, that he did not know that this :\; atrutest asie.From the .-htaaml l they most {prosjierous 1 l towns in Ul'Ila. or in the
i \ cry, the /South escaped: at the same rant by thecirculation' j 130" : ,-
moment her triumph and at the ('IHlof a few by a very wide auie correspondence, the Republicans: wouM.t Jill the otHees, the University da'.l., which t'mlrt.c ancient :">M baviuggaintrl l"llulutlot over
generations l route into the scene of human the Western t.lt"1ulI,1 and he knew no black men, or white men and. modern language, metaphysics, ) jn-rcent in
life its weak; and ignorant 1 as she hud been and by \isiting I tint Republicans' and. these would receive English: literature, icul economy, history the liM decade.I.CBKA .
J idle, While! she Mole labor, Nature in u Great(I ; Itritain, The c..rroll.h'III'I', recently f"'urllllllIr\ as he could\ give; them without IIJlt

It'l't111,1, sentiment. In this general fall of ; shows: that it I N hardly ptoail.lo to I tithe lulu the backing they had from friends. 1 1I 1' 'i engineering, chenijstry, geology and t the report JU'RIlsJs Commissioner
,! JIIt'nt"lplI\\'t'r.i which included the bniin of I and liepublieans.: He did tacit wish to see mineralogy, zoology, l iii otaiiy, and relations .
from the north of I Kuro: >o
bring immigrant for 1S70 the
MatcMiiun! 111Iid'lItitil'. man and llIwli..tml.1 I | the State a black one or white one or 1I1Ill'rtill' of science to religion. A enwpktewol \gkuhur a"l.r l' value .I
INIt.t l the clergymen also" went down. to settle in the :Southern: Stateevery prejudice I exclusive direction of l'ither.out! in the I, very c.ar.11anJ. Florida was ;).H per u'rl;
In such retrospect' m must IH found a large and inthtcncc being: brought to bear hands of intelligent! !; Innest, capable<< men, thorough ..lm'uti"l si-ems provided for. the :

part of the reason for what we may call the ugaiust; it, and every inducement held outlosttile I of llcpnblican: sentiment' I Among tilt distinguished name* in the faculty acre un'ragalueoftmblrtlan"llle il,,$Ulller [:
tailure of Southern:: well known of l bath t.
pulpit. in i the Wot.Wo I Dr. Conover here distinctly announces I are two who are to Floridians I cla-ssvs :$ leer cent.-being the great-
Again he t : South (' General fit increa.se "huwl in anyone of the United
j wiy Kirby
of theMute
.li, not see any reason' to think thoMidland that, although the white population al.1 I :Mates.; This be
t ; Three I'I.apl's the of cotton humanity States lay"- the before slave-I Iht' Drainage) 1 pamphlet\ ) will do much comprising! the larger )portion ,>f:theproperty I Smith, of ('Confederate I'aul. who i i. a nativeof I of a tUi"l'r'atn'"lfK'Jte may fairly set down to:; thecreiiu

1 lwlelerethe IK tear whites aiul tholavc" J 1mineiisu harm or much good. It !may loa.l-to corrcxindemx' *- owner" and of the intelligent alllihl'ull..l i Florida, anal ln.f. John 'I('rol.I., of I ( ovt-rnmcnt wih jl'J'I.11 iICfll prrr.J'erity.
class the I I outh! Carolina, who was a pupil' of *.iz, I l _
p merit attached. to tne first ; [' and inquirit"| which may induce alimitid '\ men of the State .belongs overheliuingly t, : ,

Ja werLIantiEuIV'ulionfILiivt'1thib>.t .class lay fur liver toward. the I line animal of decrease i 1 i'umigration, but it will not send. \\- I to the Conservative arty| ', he all his .uece.sor uf l Jlr'ult i THK: SOI-TH (\PIUX\ DIEL.-The 1I1W.-

tind thcm..cludcci'ivtil will elected, in office AY/mWiVtiiuod/y. 11'e that sixteen :States; are represented '
and. was otteredith some zeal! to the tiny cUuidof immigrant; t.1 put uh..r.l. l-apcr pro.of South Carolina with greatunanimity

lint families, was often siiggoteil; :, to the poor i ainldi.sapK} >inte.l. The Menotypisllanguage :Should: he l>e elected. a highly improbable I in the IN ofj-tude.it!.--twenty-eight take the tide of law and order.

( white* as icing 1 desirable, anti ilUnl away, 1 \ : < of !inttutcd. immigration, M-livmes i contingency; ho leave all outlet forgetting ln-ing fr.1 South Carolina! null ci-'ht fromFlorida and suptYmtt| the Charleston Xnl uixll'vuritf.rAtracts .

wholly In-fore k"xionva it readied, of the u dark ear*or of mixelciiaracter. tlio ,.' to foreign; countries W tutu familiar in Jaig-: Hd of the imiKViiniou.colored brother by while several urlllr :'tatt are .): 11'1' d'vtl leading wiper j apiMarm
: whuse l'lUll'l '
the .
land for I he average iut.'H'lhi! ; Bottler tu : assuming that they had! not the requi, >ite.iuy. represented. \I'U" Courier ImtaIietllerlrtuIIull *

a The uh.ur.litall.t faUity of thto >tate,11188 t'r.!tit all Iio *\' claitup-l 1 in printvhftlier! b' (' The oM regi'u tiC Hart1It Steam: I The only stated vacation i, in the winter, i .we' Inhti..h l.senator Iha11J Uutltr'* letter,' to The
( put
IVecmbeplaudending: March ', h'IHkl
; to av *u evident to i ur own jn.'upU' who it huhout \u>tt'l.ll\1.nu\; J.,1.t1u'Iin.'Ut.1 I 1 was Lul enuu.h, but a (e'tover; regime k ;iiimiig l llIII to dueling 'ur.liia, a* till
; The tudent are trained in that ,
: c'r. of Hamilton
: kiiV- the fails anal .!umM. \be wt-U known' tlf nur, l.1. E \Hltlt.l1"' wore.,: military ( in Nw ,ur'



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I ruin JtrcrXT FATAL HVHL.EtxiKKtK.t.nC. .
POLITICALOTIS.. Hancock correspondent of the Savannah ; : TO TIIKsuu'A
vote'hall be announced and ( : /1,1/ It/U1C1'11 lUIIlU.I'
and Hon. W. II. English: office writing on the battle of !- 111,1 xvfn i VKK.We I., July 13: I IfttO.
('1I'.t".III\'s, ? lie ) largo mooting! which be done. Thl'l polti(11 r.lilg I find in the I'11ridt KuUrlin, July 10, ,
was held! in the :State: ]House[ yard last: night mist 1 will wi '! and the .\I\r al 1'\1 11'01 ('oh. I ang on (the :-al' lhi\d. I (t Dr.Aii: S.iiw : I want to !atn: you that ynlthave
'l'\(1' in
I to rat I;ilyt he (Cincinnati nominations i :speeches : ('illl1 will lelugy'y, for he will know that I' ,"hlblll'clli the time ; 1 copy of the reso I the report of Assistant. l Engineer .J C. Reynolds Ihl'III)' endorsement the position: '

were made l by, Senator Tliurniau and. oth he i is living under :a representative government i 'IIliol" of the Second Flolioa. 11\,11\ rlilli.l-; ting n projected line
('r.! N11atnr'l'6urwul: :said : and all will he well in the :sight of Sod for the war. after 11'1'1 three \'ar of Live O.ik 101 tl the head: of navigation i on Suwnn- trnget y. I no upon of
: arduous service! and! complimentaryjoint the 11"111'.1 gentlemen
It give 111 :sincere to with 111llal. It.1':1': I ;
( pleasure
Rowland's settletlieir
of thanks by the ( nee Uiver at BIII: tlio past; who rust Ol't'tt to the ,11'lnln
}lilt t to-night! : tn ratify in tin capital\ of Ohio (m .' K.-In longiuterv'ievv I 1'l'.olulitl 'llIfl..h'I'-I to law
atxistt'Ixrnxnl .1i/
\:( 1 ate (Congress being the bearing Mr. ": P'I'OIIII.lil'I'I'I'I> (
the nominations, : ( by;your conventionin with an old friend I General (Jrant: I the autographs: of '"ririlal"al'l': l Mr I :-:1-11I: 1. 1'lia"r'HIII .\1''(' wilh'0\ 11'lrltillll".11I1rn.'III \ \'II.lillh..1 tli 1"'. In former days
Cincinnati. It gives: mo pleasure because < chivalrict'otlrtcsy
expressed! : himself as follows : [ being Hunter, President of (the and Mr. I :hl'I'1 made: 1'1'01 Live Oak, the most punctilious cllcorlllll.1
the nominations! art,: gin id ; ph-n' ''urc bec.nixe '1I1'1Iilll\.11" to the projects, l101 :: (, the :1'1111'. Th'lIlla.! ; FI ., to the :1 Wil 111' 11'1' at Rowland's ," \: ('olclllt of gentlemen'in -
they will "I'III11l'I'I': : to our banner; : ,plea hag canvas-, he rather evaded any '1'-1 1.kpI'akl'r 'I (' Inl"I' Hahcock P.lulV: ; ;and ( llostoii opposite Now: u Id 1':of honor. and coarse ribaldry
surelet'nusetle' : 1111'11111I hale: nominatedwill first but when \ 1'11.1" 011I'i,111111\ in 'correspondence'
at 1 (
: pression. opinion ; place. WOII.I Troy, in I 111:1'11': county.Tlic 111.1 gasconade
lie elected, ami their election will hung! !sion was made to tl'llillarrl''ol',1, of (Sen.Hancock I' further tli. ns in their \ply.cs'ion: full t I i an air lino beginning at a'o.lol' 1" (ho brand, cowardice ; but now
peace and 1 harmony ; nail i< i is: right :and; 1'11'1'1 Ir"1 < to be
all\ the : 1 of his 'I notes: of ) 14: of Perry's 1'rigadethrough Live and ending at Holall1 11101: "hi-Iatckler stylo" Ilpl'ar:
proper hero in the capital' i rtlii-< great :Olall'.1: nature seemed to he nroused, and he freely Wilderness n'II'1 campaign, 1'1'11 the the river a distance: of t vt'nt Ili1 lush: iOlahll', .

whichve mean\ tn rally under the \) 11'larkl.llhat, ill his opinion! no better 'or t1lteot' the ( at Or.mge CourtHouse 111,1 t.Hlfl'l.t.(; known as Lino No.. 1. The l"s1' I''r'' :sharply made between ,

eratic banner next I\'II\lII"I'-dl'I'I'-; \ [ ] safer man could be ('1'1.,111111' I 'hilo Magistracy. on Mny leaving.\ t 1111' up\ to May: I*, embracing case should ho determined 1 to construct those: who Ira alplt' law defiantly!: under fUt
that here we should :set the hall in motion i : l II eulogized of GeneralHancock accounts of the of the from Live Oak: in this.direction and those who execute it. and: I do

that i is to roll on to \'ido1'I \'. a l'OI.j,:< (o iiitntlalurvery highly Wilderness, and : t'rl'ilil'lmlh'l'Iul'l.III "', 11'liwl\t 1.1 lallIl 1111\0111 lethe that courage enough may be found to ('Xl't'II' '

leave rhetorical speaking! \ to younger all said he was a man who never faltered made by ('apt. \ltl"\11, I ( host: 1.1alilllhat 011,1 Il for it.
men-to men whlllian. more fancy 1 than ilast. in the performance; of duty, and seldom' !if In to the above, committee several reasons, among them the fallowing : be I sad day tar South Cnrohnn
I want to :speak\ to you plainly'' and ever, made a hllllll'l'. The ex-President ,aloilllll among \111 the I : 111\i is at the head (I I' wi gentleman who feels it (to bo his
tell you why WinlicldScott'HamMoks'houldhe ::( !t 1 : li I it as report tll.ir'I'"II'dill. -I-.Jowlall,11. I the I or professionnl: duty vindicate
evidently cross:
... 100ktI1)III something 111 I historic sketch of the wih some 1I'i: 11 iOI. "Y \ can personal p
elected. President: of the' 1'lIill,1:111:: \ l'I'jillll'lt. i is first to boinsulted
( ,vl nq that n soldier of embraced : which Uirat tic mouth of the river has no difli- ]private rights in our courts: ,
and .Mr. lnglish.flndiatal.hnld.l: he elected rank should have h'I'1lh''I',1: at Cincinnati 11111,1" honor 11' :11,11'( on unItyingt'tlinguPlothat point! : while there pursued, villifled I and goaded todesperation

1'ice.1'Fidemit.. First: who is WintiildScott l \ : feeling tll'IIIi'rl'll'('" tl'il'"IJillallla.IIII'" 111' : of the regiment !. are sici11lsjnst above, that "iloll.llitofnI' and Ihl'l shot If that 1 is to ho
:: Hancock? There i.s not a m.fi, in this of the 1I\\I'It) rather for a :: held at Lake (Ir-II'llill'. vessel! more than the plane which our r17alinl is to occupy -
tlrI\\lIg I"
audience there is )not a buy in this audience' bines the qualities of statesman: and I 1 soldier While committee have cause I' l'a I UII':<, we !hll till bo our nl.: .
who does: not know that "'iII 1il'II :Scott: both, I than for a mere Politician He was to th'II'li"IIII'a"I..1 your ( ,' "11t'(..11111- has Second=The banks: of the river at Row- And must he something radically,

Hancock one of the brightest the ablestand particularly outspoken in expressing his admiration Itl collection of the I l.md's UlutV are above high water mil have in 1 public sentiment which can

most daring and brave of all the soldiers \ fur Hancock's record as ('''1111111'1 all'IIII.llhlr' 1'1'1'1',1.1)1'1 yet much i remains I never h'I'1 known to bo on'rlll\l. HI.I the I /WI'OI/I man: of :Shannon's: : high character

that! went to the war to maintain the er of the t'ittlilitary ll"ll'ilt. Ilal.ral I'II'. reports of the casualtiesfurnished : ground. rises: with a gentle :slope from' the anti acknowledged courage to tight a duel

\Tnion. [Applause.: .] No man who ever than half 1llill.llhal'hi", own allili..lrl-I by (' : to whom the river bank to the rear. "lil. at HustonHI under the circumstances which surroundedhim.

commanded an army ever displayed more" I tions w'll.1 :\ hlll gl'I'r success had rolls were sent 1111:1.1"1'1': In tart it i isimpossible u IV the ground to the the 111 nil' It i is about lime we were IhHllg out

courage, more heroism: or ever'displayedmore 1, he hl'l'l able to concentrate cabinet on 1 : for :any illlol\lll. to furnish in on'I'IIItr: I long distance out from the where wo are" and ascertain wll.th'r
skill than Hancock[ displayed 1'1'011I111( :-ilila policy' toward: the :South: in the earlier all the historical data appertaining to Ii i 11'. der rutHnnism" I Is to govern this ,'ollllr\ or
time he went into the war until it was closedin days: of'reconstruction. As it was, he I'lai be to I'X- I whether institutions bomaintained.
this l'allllll: case : : 'lizl.,1 ,1111
company ; Tlal'd-II iholll tl'-ir",1 (,
triumph. Everybody: knew that ; hut the soundness, h"I'I'nl\lhl',1
subsequently tl'loll..lrall..1 ( united cll'orts! of the IiiI to :, \ \ \. i i !.
there i is: one tiling: everybody does not kmio v. wi doni and \practicability of the policy 1111 i: !'>I". desired give the Hull'I would be nearer in a ,lil''I1I' and! I I express: : no opinion on the merits of this
Hancock' has: heen in the army all\ his life.null wll'n. following as it Wl'J' in llancok's: foot 'al'll'benefit: of wi 1'llIlli.: shorter route than by I lost 1 nIl.Thl' ; dlllleulty flI'I know nothing of it except

tlll'l'l'fol'l''Ollllli llt not ut IIII"'I'd: betook the i responsibility: in hi* own I'I'lhl' their I'lalh.11 For illlirlallll purpose all ('country along the I lino \t'rt't by a what 1 "I'l in the public prints ; but 1 1do
what is literally the truth that Hancock\ is hII.., mid made,! permanent; peace, among wih invited il to inspect their\"fl.h : rolls.Maj. dense Iii of vtry good pine timber suitable venture the that it I is the tinttime
not only soldier, hut he i"I constitutional the lion of '. it cannot 111 1'al\ gl'O\ teal that hl Ililliol in South
warring :set \r\HI..a" Uussell: : : ofthe ',, lilllwII li'I'lllb,1' n.ivul ,1111':<, I'X- in the : dueling
layer alll I a good American !statesman.Cheers. : be denied. the li'II'I':1 1.1,11.,1., with asignificant a memorial a.Ilrl. ". teuhit'ruuiiveOaksuntlaltatrll0, (ho (Gulf ('lrolill that a man: has hl11 shot for .loll

[( : .1! : puff of cigar' "that the IV- 1.. 1'. )FlKMtX.I. of Mexico, through :Suvvanneo: .\lllhll. what he had, in morals and law ('I'rl' the
?r- I call: \ him an American !'>statesman: I call 1.raha'I' at last come (to their senses, ('hairlal Historic ,Committee.ncisios and Levy counties: on the 1'1.1. and Lafayette right 10.1,1. and for doing what his

him a constitutional lawyer, and I havewarrant and well improved their opportunity.\ It i is antl'l'av'orcciInliestin] I the I west of SuvvnnnooRiver. :sworn (duty to do, to wit : faithfully representing
for what 1 say. For'; when, after the the first: time, in fact since circumstancesled : II !Interests: of his clients in the
close of the rebellion' he was placed' : as Military : I me out of the partv, that it has made a ] OF svrnr.Mi: COURT. In to the largo bodies of pine courts against, parties who had themselves

(Sovernor; of( Louisiana and Texas hefore nomination for which I there was such 1 show The:" "111'1 Express: \ Company: Appellants. Illbl.l'' 1I,1.11111, Ihl'I' are along the banks of the gone into the ('oltl It is without parallel
they were admitted) to representation\ : in of success: ; and this time I shouldn't! WIII.I,1'if \s.: P'lor:11111) :: Van Meter, .\ II.ll'I'III'al Suvvanneo River extensive bodies of hammock cither in the issue made! or the manner of

I Congress: : and! to exercise: their rights: asStatcs:; they IHlllt( the right nail! S'lII' 01 ..\ flll.\lal11 countv.. \ lall" in .\Iadla. 1In.1 I Lafayettecounties its 01,1111.YOI

he.showed, In great contrast to what some head .\11.1,01 the whole, as: '' ourselves (': : which are Id'lIlwIljot,1to ) nro ,doing your share of public duty
other.. Military (Governors; :showed., He I and I can't that I'miisorry to thatclass generally for
a 11.1' I"ral. say I. An ( 111':11.hllll:1: ; s be among 1II'III.-t: lands in Inn proper uuanner-purtlnn me saying
!-hO\H..IIII'. knew there was such a (thing: as (il it." : of IXII'I' 111.1''lakl', make a State:: 1\.1 : \ ', to the growth of so-and I "I.ll'\ that nine-tenths of the
the constitution 'of the United 1 States ; that The l General: : had nothing to :say. however, personal delivery 1 of 1 gl" to (the consigiiee. vegetables, and semi-tropical fruits and.1 respectable of the State will sustain:

he knew I t there was: !such a thing! as a free i in .11\relntiol of I Mr.I UI'lil.lo.: further than !I t to great !strictness in the produce generally.and I railway connecting 1

repuhlie; that he knew that the true essential to Ill had ItlI mII'01 this Illt:111 the Suwamuc 'River I",'Iow'lai:11iIl1., you.You may count on my doing so in anyway
anil vital doctrine of every free republic' sullies of Congressional! debates, behind, ; him 11'I'flrlall'I'1! not ha11'1'1 (til' 0111:1': with the : that I properly
;and I C'II'1'1'1(' i is: that the military i- to make and :u'e'ssflil(9111IiiOil.lfli1'OUIC tlic \\asdclivered, pl'l rilr"II'IIII'ril .llr.
go'l.rtlll'lIt. a i!smooth her to which packages; yet Oak WOIItil\ more, tl\\'lrlh developing avery Very truly I yours,
must he Mill)' ruinafe to the l'ilowlr., itt:< lil'I'xl'II4: to the point destination; II UI I fertile i section of I the State I ') ". ('. I HITI.KII.SOVTIIKHX .
[LdH'l'I',] and 1 hence, although lil': its is tomake 1'g1 ,
: nr.conu ov Tin: sic- 1'1'1'1'1\1 package duty than other line of the length and cost:
ravenous hotdc of carpet-baggers to I lend 1 1 the FLOKlltA KKUIMKXT.The personal delivery in accordance. ; wll hIlluo"I's that could be the State, and,! in
111'al..111I I .
aid of the military to their III.tlall',1 wrongs O.1 the package, and: is de. SPl1'1)LY.Rt'rt'nlly
on few
a'IT .
il i years
and oppressions hesaitl' :-1; trial by following !is the report otlhl' l'Ollli.' ( (' '(' I linn as 1oh'I'-I.: or to t etit'rlt: the Savannah 1'011' I'Itiritht.r Western a representative of the Vumtllu-.
jury wan the right of nil American clizl'li' i ila'llall"I tee tOI'Oll'l.t matter fil' the I'I'\'atiol | \\'I'11 : \ the for 1 foist talk with Judge Strong, who is
record. :: FloridaItegimcnt wrong: person: company lalh' I l Railway and! its (011'lioll". Ilall
[ \ ] ; equal justice in the'olrt i: .I II:1'1'01,1 consequent' loss. In this case:' a forged.1a Respectfully: :
I American ('itlzl'l; frl'l'lol from : telegram ill the name of another person (Signed) .1 xu. ,:,'XUI.I city in reference manufacture of the
all\ unlawful arrest i is the right of the American Jlf. 1'fcfiilfnt mill I'oinnull's : reiiuesting a national bank to li'I\'ar.1 to Asst. Engineer.COTTOX > great: staple in the HOlthl'r States. The
the committee to collect .
dllZl'l; 'peace: in his home, and 11'1 As chairman ot (Gamessille: : Fin. five hundred dollars. (to thisuthacrpt'rsai .Judge I thatburrecentlyinvestigatedthesmibjest
where he is disturbing i no Ol', i is the the materials fur \I'e-I'r\'alol\ : of the historic : ; upon the telegram: being received with great care, gave that, 11"/1'1'1' some

\11I1'11':1 citizen, and I will not use. the record of ( l I to memorial and the agent of the other lerson: TltAltK 01'' ,'mr{ Oil/, .tV. very II
i/.e the the duty devolves me hlh.r.tlg Ig\n'l. 101110
American (lag, orAnlericansword: orAMerjinn dead upon
of the giving his note nIl the 111'yhic'h( was The ('utul trade of New Orleans: during \ !> ( thlt the
1/1'ollet. or the .\lerll'al soldier to de of submitting to \01 report \progress I) tll national bank for the present' has (gainedthe :spindles in Georgia is far greater than in any

\\ri\ people of these rights. [Cheers] time.mode by the ('Ollllilll'O )to the present t111"II'IIIla (')', : desired, hy' express.: estimates: I 'UIIIII'Il11'ur til 111I '. The receipts other Southern State. The following list of

I them in the war, and no man The express: (company .1lin'II't it to thesender have exeeetled (those. of any 11'1.01 States, with the number of spindles naa vwhirling
harder i I helped to put down the rehc. In pursuing' the duties.entailed upon \0111 of the llt making since the war, and closelythe in ('(\h. shows that to the music of
committee their for the 1.IIgral.
lion-no man did more t'corlllg : : by" appointment\ \ the delivery the party was a stranger business: IMIw IpII'Ual1'rl.tt 1 ( supply tll the spindles Georgia 1 is Ilrchlllg in advance
ability and his occasion- the purpose Ih'l'l.IIIll'alel it became necessaryto : : who liiiil; just arrived I III' town. Thtkeeper date from ul has I'l.t'l : : of her Southern t i:<
i i.s down, t there Is all reach !spun of years, numbering ll'dio11 1.1.IJ I'1
rtLcliol put 11.1 pence which( of the hotel with whom the :stranger bales, exclusive: < : ( ( f-jriiullfx.
almost two 1,11IIIUll'1
land ; now that the l'OI.ltlltiol is. iI'I'ldl'4.: separate with the stranger for the seed! Arkansas. 1,ilN( I
from that eventful period in the historyof ICIIgI'I.II,1 thcl'k. )1'11101 tl ui
obeyed in every nook InI'nrlllr; the us our when war nnequaled: in the 1 tl'I'ul..1 him as the party \11: 1(', samples, (.t.. This 1 OVCI'lol. .\latl\u........ .... ....... u.'lOOo: ,
not u hostile: hand i 14 riI'lll against I be Govcrnmcnt past, held l'OUltl'.! high carnival and our fair land it was IIII ,('.I. but t there was: no identification the figures of last year iiW.OOO. ( ( il..........................187X.Ni I
the United States
of wi noparty the for identification for which has thtlargest I1 JI 1
1S77-K t ,
was by the fierce tornado of to or request by agent: an egitulntlie'total Kentucky : '
to oppressing: the people unconstitutional W'lt halie. ; held that while the Louisiana, (i.LlxiMississippi I II
the as Ilol.l.kl'llr 1r'\'iou. r'col't
modes and un'onsiiutollul. I'ul wl'iUl'II\ \\1 tl have known lint direct from I 70,000Maryland I w
thereof the by that may 1'1'1 '' 1'i\.1 '
measures.sail That That Is what is what ( Ol'ncrll the !immortal regiment in that great 1111(1 tragedy, as I man W01'1 1111'1' t trust: and'confidence I plantation and ill'rior towns haunt touching I ...................in.Ooo: I
Hancock lak'lhil That is what which numbered millions in its the (company' was liable for lie loss occasioned ady other seaport, or the net receipts, are Missouri: i2U'lo: .i
and Texas.
1.10101' Ixniisiana. nominate with ,' organizations players. by the delivery to the wrong g person. the I true test of the Jurklt. These. nggregaleI,17:3Iwr North Carolina. l 1:1.111): ( INuutl'aruiinu.
the first State to
made oui..iall in her State convention in CIIII'lcllj the State compunv of Florida, until 2. Tli judge(' refused (to give 11..lldioll' : > bales which is 11 increase of :34)1h31! )| < Itt.oou
months ,
him ago asked for by the ,1'ft'lllallt. and given on last i ( and over ) ( in of (O.IlOu:
and Texas to follow. And that i is what made their rendezvous ut Jacksonville, Whl'l organized havillJ ,'a.ol JOIMMI CXHI 'exn.?
oral before entire since ; !) '
of New as lie Second Florida, Regiment of IItrliditHI : 111 any year ISil 41,51
the stern, hard-backed 1emocrat1 the jury; retired, the iilry instructions ]! increase in the about i ,.. .
was Virginia
England throw their Hancock Infantry 11wcn' mustered into the service gave wri"1 'JI crop .. .. . .. IIII
up ulI
of States, on the 13th offered by the : to 11 per cent., while the ('OOI sent to this

Democrat) i is our in man such!I"a State and Vermont when a man he is is a of July,tt we follow them to tl bloodstained the jury that the written: instruction's thus market has augmented 'Jit( per ('llt. Inasmuch ( Grand I t..tal.( ..................f $7.11

of best kind of Democrats. fields, of Virginia to place 01 1'1'01'(1. given were Mihstimtially: the oral i instructions however, as the Ilxlll production Tito Judge that in West Vilnll ami

one[Cheers]the'tI'TJlr 'f.'rc.l friends, when I say which shall last while hi"tol\ i is I'ILI. thevalorunsdeeds he lll Jin'l. and I that he adopted was in the 10101 IUI\I: Mississippi Florida there are:1\1 no cotton factories. [There
them as the the (' Valley, this
that ien. Hancock is statesman I speak : and l'I' e of that lt 111'1 > trihutnr\ is ole h in Tallahassee,]
but the truth. I do not know that he ever Spartan Ialli. us well us the heroism of ins is I (compliance with (chapterMMNm,1ats city Aresemitslunutchlarger average Increase, Tho above figures II'C not IrllIIy It'I'
: ,) requiring in characterto than: the the South,
life and ; Washington charges I/grl'glll'of rate, arc approximately ('
in his
made a speech tl'hluall'mhl'l <
(cole be in writing. Wo held our in the
which has intervened wholl' 0\1 has made the and
made hut was Il'J
Ic'cr tmt 1. givin by the judge covers harp competition for the trade cvetttluughstruggling Tlc lI'ullton.
about fifteen minutes since the happening of these c.t'lb. and the : 1 the combined force in
long. failure in many cases. to preserve rt''orcl"111 i the t'lItrc case. and submits it properly' to ( against great dilllculties. in the the 1"1 States IUIIIII'UI convert 330,000 bales.

correspondent Starke Telcgropliwritesfruit historical data, whl'l. lavillg buried our the! ) he may refuse to give other inst'rnctions. i way of transportation: facilities with some of cotton, averaging 4'NI 1 pounds to the bale,

Waldo, July 7,18 11)Ilr.. Jti-Wi :. hopes in the grave of : Cause," ourgrief sections The rl\tl wt'rllwt'r than atanyither into cloth in year .He also states that the
'ouIlease allow mo u small was uIMI us, and the necessity, 4.:1 party cannot, by his silence in the time during the last twcHh''aclt'/ (I icorgia factories can about one
) your Circuit Court waive the failure of the judgeto ton laid the banks that, itself IluIHle [.11'II
; on Mississippi: :
valuable paper to express my feelings, in in our tll'l |>o verished ''ol,1tm.of bending .f twelve of the ( ('or il crop.
toward the National Democratic nominees I. all energies to I 1"te"uICl' put his. instructions: in writing, or to sign ibove Greenville for weeks Iwfur\ boats The' Cotton Factory runs 10.301:
par for President and of the for ourselves and families, are diHiculties and :seal them, or to do other things of this could be I induced to ("JII after it. )1 tributaries spindles.Iltl, ( spin up < > bales n
Vio-l'reidelt easily 011
United States ;ell. "'. HlnIK W. which your committee lut.v encounteredin I character, and after having had his chancebefore rl'Imim.1ry low until II the )'ntr It has more 11 spindles than Itutl
English.: only I know Gen. Hancock as the pursuit of this work. tl jury, urge UJMMI u motion for anew season, and during this period of non-inter- of Louisiana ant : (. .
I.military who was prompt in all'of They were fortunate, however, in procuring the omission! as error, he 111.t except ourse the high prices ruling induced planters has spindles .rkal4a whole State of

lib lo\. "lcer.all acted with the alacrity h the first muster and pay-rolls of the regiment before the jury retires The case of whose: prli.t'II\: always 1)1'1 for 'exas.1\1'0' J II. factory tle with wondrousirccision )

- that gave him the CI'l of being the hero I by which they were paid oil ut Richmond linker vs. The State 10 Fla., 410. (': llil'l \ '\OrI'll1 tl oLu'r points. ,1 breaking. only. one thread every
of the battles of the Wiltcrm'l and of lighting in September' ', litfit; been .". Chapter'JOiio( Laws, is I revi"ill ): .tullll.lt the .source of lino ,
the battlcs'that war of our preserved' by" "apt. E.1: 1 JI'lIgl.: our first I statutes regulating: charges to juries I it I covers I our receipts 11\1'1 tl.t. lit and June :-11. I TJlr'lllrh'r Itnuh': that two more, cot ton

late troubles. He possesses"those: kind, lenient regimental :|Iuarhrmlh'r. all cases, civil 11.1 criminal ; it repealssection ('ollul.1 \ ('o1"II'lluJ' | II'rillll. I !'Ur.built in Augusta during r j
and courteous traits of character that These: of tlIIN.'ln. are vallul,11 accessions 1 of the act of January 4, IMP*, chapter \'ar : t rates t the (' 1Jll| fUtoril'lr'll one of which-the Wibjey

itch him up to the admiration. of all whom tit the material, necessary to make up t:11: Laws. and all of the act of .January I tributary navigation wt'stofthat' Mississippi! : tl 11''lt to year have more spindles than any
met -towel gentleman and an history, giving as they do the 3, \l I", chapter 140 Law his
lie a> u bnigh tie r( il\IIt1 year. last year. mill in the -
cfllcient soldier. As for the Hon. W. H. If original! 11'I1l'n., Blitl fa. !If the III'tnltll' of the court are J.'rllBitH.] Uales. .I JtfUllnlllg Hutu.'r tat.fl'"t' ,

Jlglbh. I was his constituent while resid-! which )your onnmittee were thereby ( .l I "!JIIIII,1 I'ald I thl judge(', they become I..i! Ihw..10.1.1 Ul,' .'Kl :,7u7)thee., OJutitflon .
old Second Congressional District to send'copies of the several 1 company rolls a ( ; but in Irh.1' to reviewhere 1 t'H| inc.
Ouadllu -1
native State. tar English otlieer other member of any ('x'epllol tak1 the exception W.72. (Gc.v. H,'xtYN'K'" Hun-
of Illana. Iii) to an or prominent, I tl'IU. rk'lu: River.. 17,700! 1 0111! jl('. I'IWUKFr.-Jolm
to Congress for u succtiuu of the respective companies, with the request must be authenticated 1 proper JacskonR.R.H10. 7I 1< cock was l>orii in 1070, died in 17"iO, aged 5o
WI'll'.t1 1.11 1.15.ilc.J
> that ltrlct Bath I and )Ir. that there be noted against: l'ac.f name on manner by Ili of CX'I'ptons. embracing so ;. River..,... + 1,.',C3: 111,7N'i:; 173i5' inc. years I 1 was a minister ut Lexllgtoll. '
much of the trial isnecessary i ,tarn.
( ( t a
English! school of jioli- giving date, <*' I" |I l
lmo thlrul any l"ualtil' While
the for tilt Red
alo Ouuchita
tics and he being a very Itullu.and hightoned ( l.rllotol", or out of the regiment i. for the f'on.iol'ratiol of the excep t and .\ 1jjr' hers ,increased John Hlul'ulk was born 170.1, died! 1711,
gentleman and abe !tatl''Uall. nl.1 ( changes" and! mal,,)of interest tion taken, I : 011) aged 41 years. He was I minister of llrulutrue -
Itl.'r | the from
7. Counsel brief as to only of f.I/1Iml'l supply Mississippi .
one Mans. and
never allowing a bail: thought to enter his contribute til object fll/ u son of the ''
tributaries has
mind, with u character that could not he of our lalmrs. hit 1.i III'lt lrror", and fail/to'eni- 1llllilUIr greatest gain is by II''J the enlarged New Orleans 171 I J., John Hancock, 1.1.!>., was born in 1737.
I with other of These have all hues returned, to the brace in his brief anything 11"1' I
enough copies I M *. 1 le the first
.IUI"tlulc. ctzel. St. tl Chicago which hasbrought dlttl1OS aged year
l''lll District never chairman of your committee with much I Ivulu"M.ltl. the other error 1".Igll.l. and us u matter of I 1./11> \ cotton Haiwal, HjgnCJ of the Declaration of AnUrlcal 1'1 jJ
right cannot thN considerthem. 11're year by j
over his competitor, lieunsay'i require( court to ll'rI
him U large majlri) cent., an unusual iH>rtion ) from Mem- Independence, I son of John Hancock,
( of the ticket, and noman'was OlO exception to the complete roll of the I I I phis for through IlhlJ : Ural tr,, and 1 the grandson of John Hancock
ever held higher in the estimation regiment the date al.lentlult.l., is K. TInt the judge j ennittnl lending questions I With t lil/llt. i it of He was native of
than the Hon. W. H. the original of (' u,kcd u Wltl'l U the exercise ota Ililtcrrllh.I utill in the .IA'slgtuu. 1
lf his Cllbtitul'nt rul Wiiam Western the I fjulncy" 1a"I r.luut',1 at Harvard 1 Col-1 i
{ when ?
I discretion not viewable in I period
to life which ( J. this avertu1Nn
private ; Thompson
English: rlin'l all ny \1! haUII.1 'alt. writ of were anxious to we would uu. lego, in 17' I ; 1llhcr HOI!of Representatives
to-day the Hun. W. II, Its last commander and error. I Ilaltlf t'I
J cal safely say )year ago .,' have received ( I-ouiHJ. (ruin Jloston, 17W; l'f'iol'nt of
in the estimation fall who wlcich he has not "! and owing Judgment utllrmcd. 1 rm l'lll'r|
English I.'lu.lJ. rlturlHI. the Trocincial Congress of ) in
anaund Texas und I Louver l .\
Thomas F. ( ( at least >
be of the htudlou to his absence from the State committee KiJg. ; I
know him to one U..t your "mull \"II'JI"I" 1771 President of Continental) Congrcsa in
ttIM1)' ;
and of men, al.l hi. abilities as u have failed- to l'Ollllil'\te with hll. K. Taylor. Counsel I >ln'. I j \' ILIltitmallllt. ( Wih u railroad their ttI 1775 ; Governor of Massachusetts in 170 to
.tat.lflauuudtiuaacieratuiotbesurfu-edin From the Klt'l.ur'l} your curluuitteulsoreetivnl I I lnisliieftAt' !least 'alul t11) bales 1 t'llu i1Nf and 17><7 to 17 1)3.
' the United States ; and i>crmit me to nay all! have in their ]>oi4c .sion. complete H. L. 'Wilson ri nl. Appellant* ys. ( ,'o.1'. .:, On :) first SCUMOII. ISenjamin F. son of JohnHancock
; that when 1 heard of hulate nomination for i iVicePresident muster and )buy mlN of the regiment "' .urLllm.IJ..II.O.I.II'i| ( trnan.ljach- I I thivcompletion? fC the Morgan Road to LL lum'.fcki., l I Declaration
Texas lr
of the United States, that of a later date. 1 1"Itll rl''lIII. rm I''ule net
of American Imc! |>cndencc; was
that wa. the happiest jiolitical moment of j jmy Your ('hmmitt would ale retort u" in i I I in ./11. ('.), ; tiiiiate the among cull.5ervutiveia'tdcrsuf at X"rri.lml. Montgomery ( I lawyer
trade of increu.sufrom 'uUltI't'll'
lifrI felt ". old | "litical i their jHMseitsiiiii of the wounded I! ..hUtll,1 of 1VW .n' the county that and sylvania. in IX 'H ; wa annt'udaerofthe llj|"
unfurled' anew and that I and of the Second Florida, in the in the tirl'.till. to result from the ,I
flag was once more 11".il I'uur"juri.litlol lil.t.m* wJu'rt Males in tut. ('tun-h and lull'rlltelh'ut of theHuudav -
fur American citizen Seven Pines Elli-: exceed 1:1MI.: tlli. Ilulwt for flrwurt fllln'f' hy
there was y tI hope an ,' latlllf1Iium>tml. am.uut 111""tr. ( iii the Valley ,d."ol.! h11'hiiIkh.l|
to live under I projT representative gov- 11 : }'arl ali Fru.i'r'l }'an1 I Where a note sued on vitas tor f-'Kni and Ins .Ilil'II'f: year| i .- .."f,11'..I 1..iJ.ipl'i.will for j I I ('ot ali Hilary Ulut'lk. twin'
eminent : and I, (L.one of the 4:1'11,575: voter which werepreserved I ali (Irllllu bv our h'rlt. and h not rtfu.t.1 tf i the Ilm.f*:!I/'I.r bring 1..1 j brother and wins of lk-ijamln J1'.
in the United States for the year 170, | first Regimental: Sur't'J. ) 1'aimer; !11.1''I.'r" .r puymeiit. but fllJ IK "IUM" up to the figures of the 'i iudmie were born in Montgomery : Junl.'L., <
light that once I un extract of from Cupt. St..n : whole uruotint due -laiiiuil ] 't antebellum duyunal; unequal gain i imay .
the and
l)4.l1tttyll ,
though judgment
feel us ( I Iler !
wa I he the I gomery county) l'l'IU1yvulia.lu 1& ,
,lioiie !t bright all over this beautifuluUn- FI"llu. describing tIll 1..llul I'ulll of Manafei .-iiti-rcd t.t'rl'.r. such judgment i I. |I"'h'lfrlm completion fr tie Hilary twin I Is :lawyerat

trv. the lull"Cff'.uulnd the l railNc. of : a full' anl jJtlf.tilj report of the void l for want .luliun, ul.1 it* execution Wheclock .rl1-.I': .t-lr<.t.>u...i'icayuit'. I1 1 I Iitr Mlnnt'J.lculk'. ( .-brother AWAo/rr I'ujun. I4.ut.I
I lite .rn >t blurred from part taken by I'r : in the battle h properly enjoined.Judgment I .I''dl'rdi"
fri/ht. )1 am under the conviction that i j jU ji. nf (htty.burg, I by (JuJ. David Lang, of the r alrJt.1 an accident to the tunnel building un -

nly a .h> rt question of time for that pJitieal' Eighth: }Florida tempur.rl.r In (command 1 Tln".Iur, : laltJ'tf.I.O..1 for let North River from Jersey City to New Da. T.xxEa, the C .}J..
light to return and Ina.bright asever j the brigade ; a tllllltll.r tribute to liplpehIant| ; !U. } 'f"ItI Ai" i York twenty live were lu"tt.lnt.1:1)', the21"tsryenbarely ied twenty-live ilaVM ry'ItJtlr..

in So\'mL'r next, when the electoral. the brigade. by T. \ .\lexau,1r, the army' ;1'N'lee. cat. tl with, their liven. hut'10' and U not yy weaker.iU.lulw'l


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TWILIGHT'S nan stature should, come Inyne to Tits constant! This new branch of our commerce I is still II I GONIEY) hi) TIMK CAUD' ) .:.w s "! I.: I t i.I

The sunlight; on ft wave-lew! sea thollghl.'IInh''cr charm\ : of face, of manner In Its infancy. There has been but little !., : 1" = !

In softened radiance fadeth slowly; whatever womanly grace, whatever IIIIJ11:1. as yet\, particularly in the ship- '' \F) tIn'I'L.TI" : ;

The folded. tlnw cr, the IIIbt'ro\\'II'c'III''l', <|iiicknessof' thought!; or delicate sympathy, 1'lIt 1'lllc.. The ttfirts hare/ 1)1 .\ : ( (U'LF.tWKST: I INDIA) T1JAXSIT #1---- t.---f ,'
I ]Proclaim the gathering twilight holy would strike a stranger's: notice, ought) far only at tIl North (' port The roughpassage IU 1 LHO.\), I I.'IOHIO.\ I '
L Netter, to he, wen (and, \prized by him, her I tins! thence across the ocean involves: PHNINSI'LAII: j]I (;::
". : It h the hour when Passion( bovys! ; band!, It I is a little to !say that ha face ought. great loss.
1 A solemn stillness round, us: lingers ; to be' as beautiful, each day to his eyes as: ifthey health of the f nr\' \ '. .\ stetenvrarriving I Wol.\ JIM(1
k Q And, looked upon it for the first time; it in Liverpool recently reported haviitg I encountered 'I
on onr wildly-throbbing brows: ( : : : UOl'TH.;
should be I far more beautiful, because he Ilu'1It'urlll.llo I I 't'mmL.\XI N L .A N J) 1
t' We feel the touch( of angel t fingers. a gale during which 0nt-third of I I ki' I '
:see through IN windows the, soul the cattle/ Wl.r.kil.e, The crew were ocrn- I ,1"( Ire, 7ASW. .
It Is the hour when lovers fond within I WI,d.iys in t wi ing I the carcasses! over 'j: J11i'lU'llrV .
And ill the same the wife shou111look ]tomrd. The I .'I '1'1'I: U AT rII\ X V !:
(POT Love its: native air i is breathing; ) way / long transportation bv rail from # "t _
+? A+ I Drape with fair hopes Life's drear beyond, upon her hn-"hiind. It i this true yet I U nit! .r bi-yoml the Miss mri s(" \akl'II'tin- stock as: | 1":1 IotTI. S "

( (lay garlamN for the futiin1 wreathing. regard, which makes the right; atmosphere' to reduce, their ability to .stand l the rough Leave Atlanta, (!fa.. '."..I.. r. M.i ..
for the !'I..nllll ripen in. Few IhiiiM') touch, ns.ie: in the "'lllhwar1; passage.The : lA-are Macon. liy. .) iM.1. .\ #

It is: the hour when in far: laiiil us MI deeply' as to be, understood., 1 Hul to benmlcptooif trip from New Oilcans') via the Azores Leave Jnln"wkk. The wanderer( tired, of eea"less: roaming/ : ( and lovcil I ; to !have the best that f is the safest 'between I'urop.ami: America. 1 I'l.i...Ki.l") .\. JI.Nave 1. !" .p, : [ .-.3d. I -...'.-_, "@
Ijongs for the clasp of kindred, hand, is in us made full account of; to 1.110tlaal : It mii.st utti'iiatdy 01111 supremacy Fernandina.: : ...P .:"n: "\. ". q Lo.H i d..Y .". ,

rl And the dear home cnwrapt' in gloaming.: our faults ton" arc open t I.i that sweet sued during the wind, r nn.nths, I" reduces: the .\rri\1 Haldwin, 11,1.......... Li'i I'. M.Ijcuyc 1 _J I, .. -H .' J"t. ''

gentle gale: ; to long lie worthy a love so I l"ss 11,1, damage in quality to the Ilillll\11 Italdwin: f fi.r.Iacksoiiville'. !.."(" r. M. '. :
f .It is: the hour when mankind hears! !pure, and high that only 'our highest; and This dty i.i the nearest/\ port; to the vast cut Arrivi'.lacksoiivillcfCuin.. 1 I( UoiiteL'5) -"> p. M.i l. '
i ( Amid, Earth's/ mangled) : moans and laugh;:! 1.11'1111'11' can deserve it-what other inns tic herds, mit"Texas at \\ huhfsicN of DANHIHtSTUP :
111'I i Leave ( ('IClr; I Key L.Vi isi.. No SMASH'KNI-XS: : No (
1.10\111..1 ... O'E\X
terChords cure can so strongly| draw us toward nil our I hrge'tic' ply regularly. The 1 j :
h (: : which will swell when tinhorn year"Arii noblest. possibilities' ? This is the work <'1' through; lie( 1'111 jetties willndmit ships,: c'halll ; Arrive \\'ul.1 (.\11 jon I'. It. It) -I.II r. ui 1.
C'II1- Leave \ :
i .
-1.1.11) .
burial the hen-alter.' true to reveal two souls: to each not ( harbor
great; iiinrii.ige : 'III'II' II'IW Yurk, I'oston j "
}' 't't ideal, ( ... .>.1 I'. M. : fTKVMKlW
--'dialers'' JllHfHtlt. other in their hrautyttud\ I then to bringthat or Philadelphia. The minimum, depth orwatt'r
J.c.ive (iainesville; i ,
j .,. iVJUv.) M.
I ideal to 1''alif.ati/II.-l'uif.'l.: wharves, und the Sulf
: ( i is
I'c'I\I"1 0\1' II I ArriveCed.tr 1 Ill. !9.8'v.) W.I cu'l't' (DL' bi111).3'iON.ttitl;
thirty feet. 'I'11isu'u'hrlicvetlihln'roneoudate ,
MISCKLLAXH.l.' l"'II'ItT\' : 1 IJ.KOUM LITJtl.--tined: ; breedinggives ; Trains to + North II' J.lll.wi. : -
the (irc.ift Hiffim with cargo of tll.INIIi I .rlk ol'illl'"I,1 ID.ti'61t'11.L1Il+.
us certain definite) rules: and 1 whil' I daily
TUB Airr UP M: vimirn: LIKK.Ve: hurts, \ tlieveare olwved' society( i is possible ; else (tons' on board and fuel for lilt''OY"; :'. ootxo .xonrit.i .
\There h !, of I her
I I: no ptm.hihity' \ entering any
p V seldom seen a subject mu1'(.nbly: trclttcllthan'I it disintegrates.; Hut we may, withOrll'lislugstlfIrsprrt harbor, in Texas. .\ ordinary, ungallant,; i i Leave ( '('dar Key................. 4.1. ,t. r .
the following-. is peculiarly I timely in exercise( /I'Ii"t self-control\ ship! cannot wharf at (!lives-- i Arrive (O.iini-sville.............. $, \ .\. ).t.I ?i]" TI' J"\T'' {
!and not show that we distrust: people' nor oPI/r.la(1 lie. I Leave < :iaiiu" toil .\1 cut ranrt to (CorI I : ... ... \ M. -
IlIfdil'ltll's IIl1faith- \ral..14
these when marital -.0 "
days ) 'I l \
that we vastly like them : vv need\\11111 wear puChrist( i. there is only Uilll'Ii.'I.t, :and work, '. Arrive Waldo, f P. 1 It. I::.111..). !i.H A. M. l'I I,XlI: : : ;: \'ECCT.\tJl':
fatness, divorces lull,! social scandals: \ (ill the our hearts: on our ..ll'c.\.I''r daws; to l11'ehat.11euuihirsut' is now in progress to increase... it to, t twelve.If Leave \11.11................... !!> (V> .\. M. ____.1 ;
; colnnelsIfthI' "rudViMtourrcadrr, : the same: Calmly: should elveritnartl the Arrive Rildwin.l'J.17 v. .
\pees ( is to eiitr into the :1.
a in public.' This: is Odes done l bytwo fr"fI.f"J' I
-t V to (cut out this: article and, \paste it in the I| sisters of uncertain tempers: and I the rattle trad", und there( SCL-IIIS no 11'1.01: to Leave: .lam ks fn\.IIII. (( '1111. I:0\ll..1t1i! ) i .\. ?:. -IIX1.-- I

family Ilihle as an iidmirahln commentary crowd I l.mghs. The [Trench have a proverb doubt this iHnv, New Orleans! presents attractions Arrive H.il.hvin. ::! i-. >I. I

E on its teachings: : : about this, perhaps' too well known to be The/ herd-:, that can cannot lither be IH brought found cl-vwiiere.henby Leave Haldwii..12.ni> iM.1. .S9iincr ('H> of Ih"c/.tcm.

ipioted.' .\ Arrive h Fl.I.III1'Ila.:: ....... ... r. M.Liave 1. : )
Tho sacred art and mystery of livinjrtogether ; rail or driven through ui;I open countryalong a..11 ( JOHN rTlcn.Uri ,
:us: husband: and wife It touches' : Never show I hat you feel) a slight. This: : the (iult'shurce0vtrrdwithlilacgras! 1.\.lalilla., .............. ::14.) r. M.Leave \ ,
I is worldly-wise.\ as well a** Chi 1st)Jan. lor: no P.runswick( ( 1. \ at Fernandin.i! for the Monday :and
the deepest( : springs( : human' : liappimv' <.s and is to Moiyiiii ( : aneightymile 1.1111' ; ,
sneeoss.: When the novel reaches' \ : the List 1 one hut a IlIl'anl''r' OIl will put a slight onanother .; ) ''il.llll't IlIt'I'I:4 only 1 11'1Ii.oll.\ ... I+..II .\. M. Th\\.tI.\ \1'.1.111( Trains! of the.l1'1.1N'1'IC
and such a person' ntwnys! profoundly : lIanlll111 II'llnllla! ( !.i. I'. ";.
when the, \ theImppy ,Ve ,
wedding-day crowns I hen II.i
chapter ; JKIVI : ciigaged ; 1 )
respects" : I the person who 1 is unconscious "e\r \'alhllls Tiains: to ('cdar Key :und South Hald on.I.1.:1 1r\
\ story of love and courtship! ', I then in the live 111 5limiui111alterIhits !
of his feeble i : I'llel win '. ,
1'01'111''l'1' resent publicly daily except I VXDPI'NINSIM.AU
I login for man and woman the real test: of Ild endeavor to iiicilitiitc :llId
+ what they are ; then is thrown upon their taste..a What lai, k of courtesy.do' ; it iSin the worst t this important\ addition i, to our com' }' : : > : : ItAILIIOADS) 1
privately .ibotil 11:1.1
\ you : dropping .XIX
own hails; the 'question what the future IlIt'r"I'-X." Merits I'icii'/tiitr.;' ( Wold"tlh..)
!; such an u.iin'anc.c<| ( lIill..t "II.n, to leaving the .
), is to he. In it true marriage :sweet :season' :11'I'l.1"I'k
of romance t that precedes: the, hrid.il day is: yourself. '1'1': Oi.rro.-iS\Mxiii: r..-With. i .01X0Leave ""I'TH. Passengers" undhippers. \, are :III'c
To a person 'of noble, mind I the contests: of IlIlf'ti'l W.ildo Jmu-'ion. t1 iti> Savannah with the '
hut the harbinger; of hotter things; to ('0111I'. UUOMM( ( hug si bcais, | nf sugar made: Lo\li-, \ al of connection at -
Hut the secret i is: wily!: massed, It is: missed :<1Il' pl.11111..11''r. :seem, poor' and 1 furious us iana, 1 1uuuntNi 1 ( to l.VHi.iHin) ( gallons of cane Leave.: Ilawlhc'I.ll.. T.lo .v. M.Arrive [. :ship) > all trains for the North, '

oftem-st (prohahly through the nian's fault.: they think of these natrulytnnlitiesaint low molasses, s Ol'nll llIll. :(': ralm-d: at $,', The! first: and great lesson of m.iriT.ige\ : ;: i is that political. Maneuvers! : but we knmv that they I to MO.IHlt.IHMI.|( ( ) !OlI' sugar: and a miINN; 011'' S''UUH ('hu" ', J
exist and\ that
must meet (them.
a the thought of another i is to come het'ore the we Temper, 11 mi 1'1.,111 (thus far) 1' experiments Leave Loch loos a.l"n( ( ,I.:1..
(.. thnuglitifsilt; '. The revchtionliich: truelove detraction small spite are as vulgar: on a J'I ald sorghum sugars, still the foreign Leave. 1 Haw thorne.I'M.' ") .\. t'.tl'T, P. !11. W.\I:
makes is t this One in anothersoidsuch I Turkey carpet ami in it lidart:15Ihty: 1 could,I ; ; amount- !1., nearly seven- ArriveWtddo iM.. ... '
sees :
''t : : : imported< .11HtIOI..I.I: L..t''i (Centre Stnet Duck ('\('
be in \\\111:111
tenement house for .
a ; 11:1wor I', ( the c'l hth'f entire .. I'n'il ,
heaulv and attractiveness that is pre1'errcd tll' "''I"UIiIili. Trains .UII'ardo 1"loc'II.loUIII'l'lrn and Saturday for .\ -:
''I % to lie( service of self. No emotion educated 1111'\1'\1\ contestants know: Know' better. II lit Il'at recently, h" : one I""' 1'1 of I tlu"iswvpts 'I'ns.lly'I'lntrsll.iv: Iltl. :all'ca, HlLTNisVItX ST. SIMON'S) 1 II'\10\ttI. amiDOI50Y I I .:J
I which laeksthis: high; element deserves to hecalled the' we as \\1.1111"1' know that vrus produced, at 1''lll'' II \,11I11 CONNt() !: I'IUN ) ( ;JA.Steamei's !
W .
diphtheria' rages. i. must only re- :
a \ love. The desire of \possession)! thelonging so 1IIIl'II1 small' percentage of adultera-
flirt philosophically, that it takes all sorts o\\ of is ATL.t XT \. ,:.
; for intimate hahitual companionship : 1 lili 1I1'11 JlilliolS 1,1011'I 1IIIWI 1lerrtoritnclu.
3 people to make a world, that there are! good ( 'Im't/nnlttfon is ; ;
these! come in too aiii.1 make a part.' ; Illnllll.lil:4II: (' grinding mii-, : made at Atlanta, (la., ,i
,;, Hut higher t than I these: t there is: I that complete\ people' rank:\ and til'that; thenis, a valiant: f'rinl-lIIllal'tl: ,1'lIIIII j'uiilu-rution. It to and 1'0111.1\!\ points Ninth, 1 Iliist I t. \VirtnndNorth / are i-onnectcd 11\, TltMtish Tn t'ill'1tht6.ltlluitirrnlf.t }
and joyful self-surrender: which aanlunnppars : army and a noble navy: ; that there are( also! fl'nll! to think, of the clays and stmvhes, '; 11\I '. ( \\\- India Transit
pirates who will board/\ the best ships" und and lhlihuadsnnd! : via t
\ so' lovelv to a man that to make her and pigments; I that \\ill in'u\\'ahlilycd VT MACON, \l? 1\'lIil"II:1 I"un.
). desire and traitors: in (every army, and that we Imam t be by tinpeople, and ot' th"dm tors and, With Trains for Columbus! null will steamship I for ii.iltiuiore( Theta
happy( hecomes: Ids strongest; ; ( a : undertakers ; I'uftuiht: !; ( th1.< ,
fe'ud1'.11', (111l'1I11111 ; and, that if we live in a ''h'lthin. .'W York and ISoston.)' : "
will share the with :
woman sees: in /a man such nobility that :she i whl prolit.s: : Montgomery.I lfubiltnml NcwOileuiis.: "
crowd we must propitiate that ('I'oWXe'l'r\ the candymakers.Of I For state-liooins.; Tickets, and all otherparticuliiiv ,
devote her' life to him Th.it is
can gladly:
: i AT : : .\. '
!show fractious or I prcmptory' IlI'illlbililill these adulterations, Isgc11'raliyLls"n11isl nHXIIIX.1. '' ) to the ilowing: Agents
the loftiness: the of true love.The glucose 1'1
Pl'OlJlt'lIo'IIH1rrll..llil\ ( rapture) ( is maintain :sinal11fiiiig'", lie patient' if a friend. keeps' \ to | innocent whil.1 With :New York and Fern.indhia, Steamship and, Otlices: :

k ( the nohility and deration of this early :sentiment you waiting.) Hear: as: long; as yon can, heat' taiy point of vivw, is lp 1"'I''IOil one il of sall-I tin-:. Line (from Nt York on \A'c1111csd.ly,1)tlaul Fernandina. Fla.-('apt. J. !L. Houmilliit: ,
\ The chief requirement is simple or u .Jraujht. rather thou to make others un hips( unmitiL-uU-d and ( of :, : a. 11.) and for New York on FI'iI, ', at Agi; nt, (Centre :St.: In twecn Second I and, Third.Savannah. '
('( Do not be' fussy about time ttj'iWith 111'1.:11I1illlll's :;.11!<> i.. m.; from IS.'III. :N. 1'., on : (hi.-'ur.1!ull ami Hrnl :<.,
enough. It is: only, put wife or hits- \0111 : ( il :1
t hand, hcfore yourself! )in your your thoughts:; and, supposed rights ; yield 1 disputed point of cents per !>Uhil, :it r is almost as: Ilil'l in d.tv : 1 for m X.I'sal: N. 1..1'111"I Il':'Ir. opposite'I, Pulaski, and l Sereven l latic..Iaelwunvilhe .

choices.) 'I'o'lho wlli this: is generally emphatically "rl'c'I'lll'J'I'1 si odlhl" to be' made up clay ', ami, the large ihll mukes: Wilh (ieorgia; and\ Illa.1 Sleuin- Fla.-Corner !Hay and I'IIL
t :spoken hy, circumstances( : Intll Ih'II' "I-iOIl: :; th1'l.! your 111111' it the favorite: and 1'rl''lIlaI'I", meanof I boat < 'o. from) :.lnllh on TuesdayVednes, St-., Dr.) I;h ligle's Drug 1101'\; Lanphcre ',
1 bered frieinN in the long'run.We Frid.i.'.' I for Savannah .\ .\. .
\\hichmarriagehringshcr.! : It gives: her asher : \perpetrating; fraud: in :'111'1111111":1'1'1.: It day, Sunday; ; on 'I'i.kt ell ; Hungerlbrd,
1 chief bus-iness! : : the making; of a homo! for are not always: / wrong; W'll'l we II\al'- : lal.l 1 1'II'r sugar refiners, by manufacturers '1111'1.1.1. 'Frt.Ialll Sunday.: : Agent. ,
q'I her hnsbetdaudaftervardstiItherrhililrtu.. 1'(; but if We meet our deadliest Bleat afll'II.1 : sirups by makers: ,>mtiutioncry \ 1 Stcamci's: (ftl. .f./II': and It.Il"tlll',. fla.-On the Jay, n.-r_ :
house hound to treat him "I ( 'iff I'"iat; from Savannah utid l ( Armstrong. Agent.
we ( 'harll'ltol
for with
The event of her day is his return\ (from. 1' honey, :
: : il ;
\l work. Her work is to make him comfortahle wih'rfh.t\ civility. That I Is neutral ground. : wine, IlxlllJ l 11 all the 1'11 teat, 11:1,111Wl'l't : Weilnesday: and Sunday : for Savannah: amiCharleston Palatka, Fla.-Lilienthal Hi-others .\Co.. ,
look disturb ) l-'riday. +
I word your hostess into which Unfortunately )1"oaInl Agents. -
and His satisfaction and 11 rele5nglr: enters.: : .
happy. : :
: : -
\ the sUndard of her iipprobation t ; this: is nil Ill i\llal! duplicity which the c.xtcnt of thix, manufacture not With 11'all'r Ft, to and, from St.Mary's (ilTSTAVK: I.KVK.cneral : :. J"
are success or'
: is ordered, (tht laws of soeletr. may : ( a.. to and from failure. So she I is put at once into an outward : by And in be; fully f''l'II.IIIllc ceiiMi" *. Those who, ( 111 semi-weekly. Passenger Agent.
relation( of service. Often) there is a all honesty'ciiltivate: 1 Jrl'.julI11ntallll, will (' (Could the 1I.tll: b,' :t. Mary's: River 111111;' W. F. IJ\IY. f'
t I mingling of hardship: in this. Heforo the not tan I.illiliar:. in u ('rWI\ I J0t 1I\II''C( the community would!, astoiii.-h- AT nvi.nwix I F1."\., (ieneral .\;( \; ,: >

wedding day she was: quern ; her will and. )'your friend in 1 crowd ; Jran' 1110 decorous l11 II magnitude ;,1 its manufacture.: : \V'tta'r'rains! for Live Oak Tllalll'I'.llIll .J :N. IL\WIDI\X. ;

wish were! law.; Her lover made: it hii lirst : always.; Burke! said : err \\1'1 it ol'rp.lS\ glucose to the ultimate 1 all point in :10.11 and \1'l't II. II __ -____ _._- ---- :: -'.
I' than laws. "Manners
I thought to please her.' Now it must he her tlllrlIII'lltlllt' \ : are consumer*, as (' worth, there would he ,
.\T l.ocill.oocV, FL.'tth \.,
', comfort exalt SI'Jnnn: N(: : :%
first thought to please' him I III.. main occupation ( or purify, no uhjectintt-an 1.1 l at the same time little II'IH'I.I
I ( lies no longer! with her hut with his. : or debase, bark irizo: or refine us I by, 1 con sale. The manuf.utnrcr shares with ,Hie \\ t'IHr"frt( for all points ami .

dally\ work. He may he ever sideyutcdu1111, !lallt.111', uniform, "i insensible, operation, maker of sugar products the gains: of 111:4IIloarllu" : landings"on C Oianue: ', olllrrl\'al of Peninsular : ni: :rI:I '

1 ; tender! hut most of Ids. : time and much of Ik breathe LI..IlIl', while the consumer Itl- ICtilrnid'I'rain.:
.\ salutation hare a great; deal If wittingly l for ; subsistence of '6 his thoughts: must po elsewhere.' Her greathiisinesH may pays: a trilling \r \\1 t\'I.LE, tith ( *
\ t is his comfort and happiness ; his meaning( ? in it. I It may say, I rtpevttutu you, value the price of real sugar. New York, Stage+ Line for Ocala ami Tampa JOliXS S I I1'l't'Plll\'f!

( i great husiuess: : something I l; t from her. "I wish ,'UI well. I may say, ".I love ]I'ullalo: Chicago and :t. Umis, 11IIM'.I.| )f'"III:1.'\ : Wednesday: and\ Saturday : from I'l "t____ j "' I _c
know you. It may say, "I hate you !In a lily other places, are ( of (this '
: And he
will never begin to all she does many 'l'Utl't ( hum! T.impa Tuesday Friday and Sun
(crowd should, simply say the first TheIMIV manufacture: which is kept as secret _i
:: for him, His mannish: eyes miss: half the : us possible day. ,
I k. little details: of work that go:' to carrying I of u young; lady should be maidenly', like the Ilau"fllllrl' of illicit spirits, ATlKIUIl: KKV: KLV., .

on hushaiul\ t l In ("'lItfurt. He will (do asomewhat Illil.t. 10t'too demonstrative ; yet not cold\ \ which plunders \'ijlllt and, I powerfulgovernment I With Tampa (Co.'s Line
I forbidding. The salutation of man to : 1'1
If he lUll 1 only : l : "
raro man ever fully whie
comprehends trn.ll"'PII'I"'I:4 and ,
woman can not be' too is to Tampa )1.lal': 'y ,111 Thursday
millions of
I the' lwalllI't: that her' individual life I : 11111 l
1011' 11"1"/'l'lll/ ; at 4 f ,1' Sunday and,
be feared that "old-fashioned 1 p. 11.1 I'I''l't
: ; l I.
1 j.s in 1'111'1':4hwe felony.
: merged service\ to him. It I is the woman's Iwilloll ) I Thursday, at (ii i in.
in p. ,
no place our sM itty. ( 1'ribiue.
l } lot to do more t than she gets credit fur.I N cither coldness too \ )u/k With the 1'nitiil 1 State.s: und Havana Fast -
: The heart's wages for work is appreciation, : or Jfl'at f.illliarir. Mail ; Kl'Yl.I, J Havana I TILL[ leave Fernandina ( : !
The I ot
manners 'fitE't'Eitmat.FTItLIN: I'XlI1xEEn.-: Il'allhr .loliJ'alli.r ilrJIIsoltl'
young : ox THE ; : : : "
and few wires: get' full par. It is when !some WOI11 Irl' (Cuba' on '' Tuesday TT ul.I Palatka, t und 1 I 111 '
be too careless. When ride. Irrinll |Ia Tril.1" :
: They ('lllall 1 r'alnhllt upon 1 11ruu ( 1 1t 01:1 '
sense of t lhesethin: -ry breaks upon the woman:\ tlllll1'iot 11'0,11' 'X\- :! Havana I 1 ings on the St. .Joll'" ]River, :11.1 '
and of the trains Inl'foln. lt I''ol
too seldom
( & 1. \nlnl
age Illh. : :111.
in Jl'l ,
the early months: of her married life! that : Key 11\' ". Special and ( 'harll''olln.: fllo\s : ,
they in their the strain to which lhlII.1 Iatur.la\
she stands face to face membering Iolwlll carry severe 11'xi'ill'll'lIt '
I '-as: prohahly never Jl'n. \ to connect.;
heforewlth( her destny.lud( what destinyoffer ( tie ways the |J"lllllllt of all ages. : the brave 111'1 who run the engines are sub- tr,111 I FernandinaFOU
r With Steamer: r, for thei'uu'atlutt Fr,1
t I should( : 111 WIII'IIII.: j To sit in ; coach; and Jlf/'Jr. 1"lltOo111
her Is: service. A hard girt to look I j"l.It..1 I l'a"Sl'll'l' Vlc"
Hirer, : (i .
f I utation ceases to he Ullt and In'l' smooth track is a'er' ditl'eront : 11 Thl 11'1'11- JACKSONVILLE) : axe L.\TK\,
itpou at t first! I Declined or grudgingly taken 111'1:1ll 1.\
j f it will\ wound and bruiso a life-time through.15ravelyaccepted.lt ; finished she steps' IIOWI fl'llulu'r throncand I from .standing; on the shaking, t ..tllarl.,; etc.For, apply information to respecting ; routes, rates,'j ;'y'1XIIYI'1INI: : ): ) ) \
throws away her scepter. There is no salu with the lever .straining 1'111 : \ y..t .
I will the whole lalllll
temper : .\. O. MviDONKLL) \
life to> eclesttul hwcctness.: It is: ju..t,1')\ '' I tatoll. however, moro 11j11I..ill than: 1 ears 1111ll'.t u j 1"1'1..1"11' danger, every nerve (Ien'I'Picket; und i'ass.agent.; Front Ftrn.tndinuFOK 4.
and centered the
l orl'SI'I'lIt
that the wife has the : errieney."Holiows 1111 ( ( ;! on
advantage thehusband *
I 1 ?the out want eircuniotunccs; over set t too I"llul.1 never be :said. SIi' accomplishment of the journey itx| >ii I I 1 Jxnu.1il'I'1[ :llt. ---- :I ) :.\\ .\X\\1: AM. ('1.\lI'WX.t
I Avoid being a "loh. as in a so many lives What such u
straight before her the lesson of l'rwl\ IltP111
I : und\ service in the hlll1'IIOI.I.IIS selfrenunciation ) they .t''lnirm (ltleri'. illrl\lll' labor' means is: "IIWI. tl "OIC degree I in I Till: I.'I.OIU ).\ 'fjr EVEUY: : FUIDAY.-6T!) I,]

do not set it )before hint His face 11111-4 turn Tit(iUKvr 1;\sTEaN: .-The formal order recent dispatch announcing the Ill'ath.lt the t'IIs' 1.01III..tlll made with Steamersf"r "

toward has daily work There his l 101'>ot energy by 11esSrs.I'right: l-nwK'-s ,V (.., early theentutertt age sit thiryt-nine Lu th, \\1al l'hill"| rilOWX IMPUOVKMKNT) COMPANY. )[ UI.1 inU-rprJH: : also with strain ||

is spent) und his vitality draiiiesl.Vhien through the (;inventor of Texas, to bring; the tuna r.dmcr train ran/ (Jersey! )City'to Jardt Pitts- ers till Ocklavvaha Itivcr: ; also nt Savannah t
t. \ lie comes\ home he wants )'('I'ot. He feels (ireitFi+trru, t"II"ll'rllIl (Mitt which frol ; ami vvithsteumerNfor. Nvvv Turk Philadelphia.
of four hundred :
I u forty-
himself in a measure\ 1111'IllIt) And 11l'J'l'h'II.t" would j provide cut-go '), JN head ('f'al. burg II"tal'l' The P i.ston and It.iltiiiiore.und at Charleston with :(
1 the full comfort of a good, wife, and the by December] ht. 11I.1ilh' that this thrl'l u stop. dispatch steamers fur Xew York Baltimore 3
I the home that a g Mxl wife makes. He I is mammoth ship is for entry says : 1It.1'hillipsluau been sick f.uracarlyu ('rinudiln, and with (':l'hilhlt'l\hla.' Curio- j
) taken in und rented ami shielded"' from annoyance into commercial I r'I1'; ""I'lIr past, his illness dating really from I Ill Una Hailroads for routes F: .
tst und
It. R. Lute Xlrth. : 'A
j tl' Itr tl wlrhtt time lie Illll.'rtllk the task of running; 'unls un ,
and \ hundred \ W\1
; encompassed: by u gentle .\ of her Construction 1l WI" 'I West. ;
Palmertrain, :
the -
1 ministries.\ Here he can forgel{ the toils of of \ ll'lu..III..h'I :
a And ( :
( Kvy.Olfers .
J111l'l Il'rl1" l'rdilalllu..truttn ( the than the 'car FIRST- ..\ S : :
the day, or review! them in a serener light. ; If nation. 1i'lt J" ( l'AJXGm'mnt J"
J finding\ ; here' gladness for success and comfort 1'IUIIllrl more I"4 than Irit\h. 11 was hit the .trail recovcrtslCruet\1 his system was: so severe 1.\'IXS. 4;}
that lie never 1 it. He continued .
for his failures and appreciation whereothers a\'Il t experiment which delll"tnllt'lIIII)' duty, und waseallesI invariablywhen Through Tickets and staterooms: secured f
have misjudged: him. Hero tllI.1ulIII \' ut relative to naval architecture. If she on upon nail all! furnished, at office .1
soul tied refreshment, and lie is sent out haul not been instrumental! in t.tlll the a trusty, nun was r"luln'l.and hut he his to Lessees' and l'url.hI""J a large l ('(' Infllrmatul uI.I corner ,
health ilort' : wasfinally 'llt.tr.t.t"
a new man for the lI"rrllw'tll'trugrll'; Ami great question( continental telegraphic" compelled gr\ to Ill'l'urlnn:4 hlllJ.ilion.. number of the 1.t eligible and desirable 1)lr .\. XOYI- :
: if.his wife is: not allowed! to give him this she connection, the expended 1 u her -- -
money V
is cheated us much us he is: This is her would not 111'1 h.t1'U>tcd.! She tats pry !IMluvty .(!f.l.ttR Lots, suitable for IUiUl'1 !url M) ", or for .\. II. XOYKSM : ,

happiness) ) and reward, this is what crowns, lured the way 'for the great Cunarders now FB M \ Ltnv lOrt YEUOul.-Jr.) .
her work. Yet this rentingtime has its dan plying hl\\'I'1 Xew York und JWrl4ol. Hlackic, of Nashville, Tcnn.. I City or Suburban Hloi.h.l.t. / ItOCEi:\XIIII.) CHAXDLF.U' G

t: ger. Who hits not known men who were and tht mighty steel-Had \'( I letter from his aunt in t Scotland, which logins
spoiled) by the SOl 14 IUl"'.'' of their wires? men 1'nglish navy. Imt she has survived to : rro.v KASY: TERMS.I E.VLEB IX

{ l who allowed' themselves to receive until |> | Iii the revolution which her Ki.iXBi-Ki.u, May[ i', lie .
they utterly forgot to give: The more generously 'rtid\.Ltl oicrutioi[ Inauunlt.'l\(, has .J/V }'t, T>f und gladly u wife gives, the more II veil to see the (' 'I l'n' of wonder that I MI .seldom take h pen in hand; i:
watchful should the husband ho that he the world demand i 'Jal\n ('"ofii(credible when I tell\ you that this day. Is.41.loll years parties engagol in manufacturing or industrial AUEST n. :
FOB I" .\VI:nY &
I f .makes due return. magnitude. 111 has witnessed the ago I tlr>t saw light. Mv I sight and hearingare ; who wil'n'l.t on the property COoS l'1JH,
1 The foe. uf married] happiness inattenion.. growth of a branch trade which requires ulxmt gone, and the (sadso frail thai I t'nkrlril' -
} The real wrong to the wife, the real failure t'\'I'1 greater r.I)1 th:1 the merchandise can only slip from one room to another. I Iam purchu: sul taiitial improvements CE-ruE bent .;

Jr of the husband is: when he becomes, unconscious which tills the huge (caverns>of the Ariioiui never .ek. UI''UI'lIjl\' my,' f MMI. Of for residence, or in which to ( their V
of what she is doing for him und] I fl'OI the Jn'rp'N.IIII'k> ituioe, I l'ull,'.* are on the decay, e- .lcnl S:'tf FF.IINAXDIXA: .
what she is in herself A man should every From 1'\,11 of the millions iH-eially Il'lout) I can und do think of business u __ .
lay see in his wife the WUlliall !!Iht'I... Whatever itf toilers in the fUturll"tl foumlfrio shiiyunU | all my'dwir ones, und pray "iut they maycnjoy'the INDIVKMKNTS: TO MAXUFACTUU- ii'J!. U. ('. luTllYKK:, t 1
purity bwcetnesw, womanliness he once and mines of Great Uritain and the love und comfort of our HeavenlyFather.
,<- saw in her and thrilled\ at the sight <>C raw material for (llthlIlr u hat now ." t EltS, by' cllltou a term of )'('Ur from Q F.NKUAL: COMMISSION- MKKCHAXT: (I

I I whatever fuller and rielicvgruwth the years: entered into trade inUith The writing is iuar\Ylnu..ly distinct and taxation ottered the several cities and

have brought, these things he! should t>ce in fresh and cured tut*ts. The l cef.teak tirni. _____________? bjr CEXTIIE :T., SJ\1 I: U:, DEPOT, '"
her continually, Not u mere\ tort of the 11"1 the breakfast table t' Uu Loiidoiuiritocrut toylOtllte *
} dumestle4nlachiue should saw lw tu him ; is cut from un animal l rI'1lulol! ] the To KfEVK Tie Turru and to da,gtKnI], is tore towns.1'11) nnX.\: II'X.'I.' t\
& 7th .
not even >\ mcre c-omfort un-1 convenience t| prairicb of Texas or the ,.lau. Xcbr.tfcat I >einble. in MUiie sort, the JK-ity we wor ('Of. sta..I\'r.n.1::,
and pleasure! to himself! -her soul, in its full 1 und slaughtered in ('hi'iI .lll.-'AriiH' (JII' "I Nueltu. .10-tf Huy, i'orii, OutM. j jJ
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Tin,: X/M/XMI'. 1 \lanllc' acid and potash! one by" one etful) of water, Into which one Hart of rumluon -
: ii. .1. n.U( IR: .\: nuo.. gen \\III' \
I The salt water
I Ir I two two, and nil three togtthcr, in tho !al has hC11 lllol\1
I which have leas injurious the corn, and
manner in experiments: : 11
fly I Fl.ollKNCK: 1't:1H'I: I same as 1.1 ,
: --- been previously\ reported in our column"! stock wll'at the shucks very readily. )Ir. '
lie hat tried thisrrnletly
Seventeen long yo.in' ngo and !still\ Most of the trials: were Upon worn-out grassland. \ ( Ilrnlml us that:
:a 15 IVarl St.'W: fork. for live in succession: with
The hillock lH'wlht'l1'l.l.: 1 sec, : The weather was generally favorable, years perfect
warmor li"l'\!<:', and thll ,failed to apply' it onevonr
Which hid beneath its heavy chill but in "nll'I'II1'I''IoI1I: : wet or so dry :
One \\lui lists never died to 11 It'. so cold, as to materially: injure I \ : the crop. and had his c'url(fI\h.t'ly\ ;dcstrojedliy I ,
Atu15inrc'/ the !leaves which "'1'1' it wa\e On the whole the results: vary widely with weevils. The rIIH.I' u.11} one
M I XM-KAtTfllKtl-:-* OF lla\e been kept {:rl'rll by ruining i i tears, : time soil*. Meanwhile it IlIaI", noted (that and to give i n )emit hit little.

:Strange" how the Oindow ofa !graveConhl tho largest! :tnonuro results'were: obtained St \tI--\: French composition fordestroying -
r't i I fall: acroi-4: many: }car with tho "complete") chemical fertilizer! t the scale Insects, plant lice, etc., on fruit
I which excelled even the farm; 111amiures.ilow : : and other tree, I is stated as follows : Iloil

: ; : : :Seventeen: long/ year: ago No trust" two gallons of barley in wll'r. thl'l reIIO\'l' I
:Fnlllus..Son.a i i- there I'SK ( 'UTToEEt': ,II.\I.-\:
r No urn, nor inonnment : TO : the grain (which maybe to the chickens -
I brut drooping\ leaves anti Marry tunes the use of mutt!),mit-seal meal I for f"l'.lil1:4: ), and add (to (the liquid quick lime until
Q r lk'mid soHly in the. Mitniner air :; to beciicourngcd, I, 1 wish to reply in this )general : I, it : the of paint

> The. one I would; have: died, to-save, way to an inquiry made, of me by "lIl'lt''olr M' 1111'\:1.11':1 two l'II11.1'11)1 lampblack.inlxinj' : .
, ., j, ;"'. are a a ill a : : '1'11:1.11.1\Liit1: : :. Sleepsweitly.\ free from }grief t 11llli'I.lrIIgI' \ 1 ."' ; \ readers: as (to tho best!!t methods ;of using it for 1 long time ; then add, a pound,

"' :-; : how the shadow ot a )graveCon 1 l.ik1I1 other rich foods.it requires to and a naif of (lower of sulphur and) a quart.)
,.,. 1 hi fall'I'II"I so many year* '. ,""ly ; but its: character i i. !I\l11 The mixture is ) with a
;- that it in'most I nearly .I nl\IIl'l applied
n"t'ulut brush
first using :
,., Is a compound the \"irteot! sarsaparilla : :Se\entcen: long years ago/ 1 seeThe !seasons! but I'OI';' on paint 1
stillingia, mandrake; yellow dock, with 1 II!. Forrester. ; 1'1'll'I'inl t to remove moss, etc. I not only tI'! ; ( ti dcI' Formula of (Jeo. ) hand) I held so long in vain : )grass fed ) With good : the bark
t t .,.:: tin- iodide of potash: andiron, all powerful The lips 1 pressed deslmutiriugly| uroou 1'1 crops and plenty of roots for willl'r.J1'1"oIlr I tl insects, hit liurm'r..l.Elxtlll'INTriltilti gives; ):1'I'al'I'
Mood-making, Mood-cleansing, and life-sus ISeeause they :answered, again/ : would ; food I Ihanl'OtII'l'l'I'IIII'a1 !11'l.nllh.-I'IIire
tailing elements It is the purest, safest, .1': 'I'101.tll'r'ull''llr,1, .' '
1 see again the !shining wove only

.i' awl known most or! available effectual! to tho alterative puMie. medicine The sciences I'rniiKtinced by t Orange: ) ( :rIlWl'I''* theery Of) t tfied.irk 1' hair, begemmed with tears ; 1'111101 be llttddmiimesafely.: This M : irs.--l"'pll; of wealth
o I' of medicine and chemistry have never Strange; how the !shadow of'u grove\ meal i is thpl'uktII'" 1.1til'( hulled cottonseed who cmiuit'to Florida: in the will< r feel, after
'i i Could 1.11111.1'0:1" :so many ye.irs: which has hl'l'1 between hit the ) has \\ornolV: 1 want of
produced valuable(' a remedy, nor one so pressed 1r.t'clr
t 'r"\ to cure all diseases resulting from I iron plates (10 exclude ( Tho cake 1 is some ; they get Iirediii) travelingup
I potent Seventeen long; years: ago The hand into meal and is tit'a bright yelltlyttdmirandaswcttnutty and and being; lined to the
r :;;J.1 impure blood It cures Scrofula and Host" Manure fir f li,' 1)ratoge 't'ree1'mil111i'I'IIt'0l'Ml'LE'I'i ,. ground cl1WI, l'IIII
slilll."II! .
; .
\'f nil scrofulous diseases, Erysipelas! Then fondly clasped\ lilY own, I tlaxor. It contains; hotels) day after day, with no amusements.Theso
>> : Rose, or St. Anthony's Klre, Pimples Leading me gently to 11I1.lalld ten to twenty percent. of oil which has not people could uu'eluls( 1a one ant ofland
it., and Kace-Rrubs, routines; Blotches, 11'hvre'tmn'ui and ha.I'I:11'1': I' unknown ; boon pressed"out: mid a M-ry large portion' of in some healthy 1\I'alty.)erect (tasty!

10}. Bolls, Tumors, Tetter, Humors, Tlie summons! which I gladly erase albumen and other nitrogenoous matter.Chemically cottages( surrounded it \'ill'l and Hovers
'' :o alt Hheiim, .Scald-head, King-worm, Will! come like music: to my cais.And (: its! constituents' I 1 may' bo given as plant; out sixty i orange trees and Onus
': Ulcers, Sores, Uh'tllnatlsmlerl'lIrlll the chill shadow of the /graveP.e ; follows : I by'lmproving I the place. The
Disease, Neuralgia, 1<'(,l1Ille'ak.. : : : JI.\- changed to light ere IIWII..u.. .... : h'I".hl'1 ) the llowcr-gardcn and,
) .111. .. tL:! cent. ladies ( to
.... .... .... .. .. 'per l'ollhlth'lll
nesses! and Irregularities, Jaundice, -Kit i>'ln fliofkt f. the thud the time )pass
Albuminoids formers I : cent.
)t c Afleetions of tho Liver, Dyspepsia, :.vrtr.s.I'ot. : ll' I.h 111lp.'r
... : .:: pleasantly in looking after the trees, picking
( : /
,;;, Emaciation, and General Debility.By .I.llh.li.I'I.. .. ... .. : :1111' C'I'I1 and)
: AUlilCULTUltAL. (; ': or (fat; fiuner.tibper< > l'l'lt I ho flit whl'l they como into bearing ,
its searching and cleansing qualities .. .. sending i I off as (Christmas' presents! tu
Fat .. hl'l
i. it' the foul whichcontaminate .. .... .... 1.II'I'I' 'I'It
purges' out corruptions I 1'Ilancctlt.I'inIII.zrEs.-IIme mifthe friends: far: '. This open 1\11 exercise-
: repoit
I the blood and cause derange I Kvr.isv: : : F\itM CKOI-, experiments: and workings of the Ver I tt.tl would I be beneficial to their h'alh,1111 lead
-k' went and It stimulates and cllli'cnsthc
vital decay.functions, and I 1II0llt'rh'lIltllt'al)! College under the supervision The ash consists! of; in 100 pounds of nu'al- tie mind from brooding ,\' thl1 Ilhl'ntl.

.. strength): restores and promotes preserves energy health, and of Dr. Atwi.ter contains some plain' Potash: .................. ........ 1 l.H! ) )pounds. ole 110Z1'1 'Illpl.'lrlln4e.l\ sit i ;''en

>:\' iI1CII ,'1I new life and vigor throughout tho statements of the principles! of plant:\ growth Lime..... .................. ,'.'" pounds.Magnesia II.j"I of laud and thl'l-
whole system.! sufferer!\ from any disease Prepared: on !stientilic \principles to prodiux-\ : and t'crtili/ation. It says : ; ........... ........ .M!pounds.' 11I'l a* to h'a\ a park in the centre ot t

1 which arises from impurity of tho The ingredients, : of plant( food. l 10 consider Phosphoric IH.jll.............. !.MI I \>oninK about four acres il I wllilmi! could
; .
blood need despair who will give AVER'S large 'il'llll\'r acre.Ai in coinmeichil. feitili/crs are potash( lime, :Olllhlril.IIl.I.: ............. 0.117 p"Unds.' he erected: to furnish water to the
4 w t S\tt!>.\\1'\ItIt.t.\ fair trial. magnesia, phosphoric\ ncid loll \ acid, :i l ..... ............ .::1 pounds.Kqiial different houses: and serve flr irrigating the
:111'\ Of this list magnesia i is giu dcntund snpplyiinhath-houses: In (the
It is folly to experiment with the numerous nitrogen. ; gen-
,d mixtures,of cheap materials: I'mllahlllltlallt in even "woin-oiit" :soiN.Sulplniric I to (i.'S park c'III'Iw! planted out shade trees c.rtll' Y'
without mciticiiial offered nl'lIllIlHllillH' are more often deficient most t beautiful, assortment ; swings f tht.
: and virtues, as 1 I .\ ton of meal contains! thirty-eight pounds 1I
f blood-purifiers, while disease becomes morn >o III-) :\1.:11-1: I iv and hence' one reason of tu| )piod I of potash :and litily-..i t: \pounds l phosphoric l1111'I'I, I'ro'l"l( ground ll'"le erected.

firmly sl'atcl1.n.I l SAHSAI-AIMLLA! is a effect ;11 milieu observed 1'1'4111tl., ... :application; acid, seventy-eight I I\ I Poundstil'iiitrmigl'ii i I ; dilll'II'I! 1.lllii'1>'OIIIIII\ : gates

n medicine of such concentrated cur.itivo 1'1DnmUl'l'I.Tt'IT.: : .CIIKMICALSsrU'HA'lT. : ( of lime and plaster.' The rcm.iinmg: ) substances it is thus rich enough in these elements to hiuseful to let Ihl'lllltl parks! but at the same

I "' power, that it. I is by far the best!\ cheapest, # -the phosphoric' ; acid nitrogen; :lIlr,1I11I"hart' I us 11 Iluttlli i'l'li'r, whichpurposo.indood i time a 'ltl'I'II.' .ot 1'l.rt'lliol, only "ll'l

and most reliable blood-puritier, known.Physicians :: : AMitNIA.NI'ri.( \ : the most, impoptant' ingredientsuf 1 is extensively used in the Hit to t 1I'I"I'h. 1111 friends, each person (
\ know its: composition, and pro- our common commercial I I ferkili/ers, be i rich it cannot :0111. to .' oi own lot buildings to suit himself
seribo\ it. It has: been widely\ used for fortyyears l'all'I'of both their scarcitv in the soil and being so I a, 11..1. 'I'1 ; 111,11Olt, hisgroimdsasholikod) best.or .
.\i'I': :Oort'I.n :( ))1)A\ animals, except il m small 'quantities: Two
and has won the unqualified confidence t their high rust Tho iliiof II"'.' of commercial enough for a !i.s as his: I illtidal'.l. Thl'0111 have
of millions: whom it has bcnetitcd. I fertili/.ers. : guano, plio>phatc.s.' : bone I I 1"11":411'1': quite calf have 1'1Ihat more plenty of () ) among t ( I I.h'I could I
:: : PHdSPIIATK: : I.IMF.:, 1'hlllllllll tlal
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., )potash, salts: and special fertilizers\ prepared' tWI to 1 four ounces ; \pigs will not 11 get up little parties on their own jIIIII.
by formtihe for different to supply' nitrogen a happy !season free from
: 1111':4
i 1'i-aclicul RaullIaJ.tlcal Chemist, sriJ'HATK: IHTASH) crops it at all, as it i is too rich for them, exceptwhen 1'lf' .
phosphoric<'illll\l.1 pota-h.t given in quantities! mixed with 11'hutaimujlpyIittlecomnuuiity ) -
Lowell, Mass. The most profitable fertili/.er on the average bran 1'11:1 mrst's do well on could he made in thl1 way ; much
slois or
XITIIATK: OF) POTASH.:: ] 1'lt rllll:
bOLD 1V ALL DUL'UOlSTS EVEKVW11EIIE. was: the mixture of superphosphate and it, if given two poiindsdailyith) 1'11'111'111 ;iI of the:success: of thl:4I'I'lljl'l.tIIU'' depend

potash' salt. 'l'hcsctlvoimmaterial" rightly applied ) I think two pounds: it equal to ten ,pounds on the choice of 101'aliol. ? '
x IL.A.GG'S MlMJIATi h! : : OF( ) \ POTASH. have proved extremely profitable, t forcorn. of mints Hut if ."III too abundantly: the pleaseil to take charge of the first community

According to tin very emphatic testimony bowels, : are made MTV costive! and) the kid and get the 11\11. of twelve gentlemenwho
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD, sri.PHATF:: : MAiNKSIA: of these experiments, Vermont\ farmers : Tfiis is doubtless, on account wish ttl'nrtidpltl'lu getting up such

XKVXP.!: ( ETA HARD.CAX will find it very much to their advantage' Il'nn'of u\'lt'.1 nitrogcncous nature, us a tllill ,. The plans of the different houses
:' BE MADE: ACT TWICB:' fTUKNaTit: DESIRED.!: LAST hl.111A'l'IOI': SODA: ; \ to raise: corn by the aid of superphosphate' the wa.stc nitrogen is: eliminated from the could bo sent, and contracts: given out for

AI Lo.o. or bone dust and muriate of puta-.li. AH to through the. kidneys! and they are the erection, as also for fencing windmill) ,
isis2d! Curei v.t: \ Crajjiag Systja. Strictly I'ui-o roiniI Bone.Our the clluioncy of the materials separately\ the system too actively excited by very rich The etc., and) the owners! could Und occupation'

CURES nitrate of soda by itself was: seldom of muchuse next ill ( I Is an 141'1 In laying I out the gruuntisthehuselvesduringthe
Chills and Fever, ISTS the .sulphate of lime was frequently, the of the 'nl'\ in Illhlllllltlol''olllliol cows willl'r. A llrst-ratc glllll'l could beemployed

Liver Complaint, To muriate of p"lu,11'ery often, and the super.phusplmte of garget I'\lh'lllel:tlnll hOIll' suffer from I.I o f| during the Absence of o\\'\1

) ,xrouRi ; T generally profitable. Duubtlosiconsiderable : the !skin! sore month and )hfdt- rl tllll. 1 inas to look In.1 the garden and I grounds lly
- 4, Dyspepsia, FAD. circulars\ give full particular"( :", and aremailed of the ellect of the superphos: though a man wore, fed on ex tract t of beef, dividing the expenses IINI/so many theywould \
Nennlijij, ,, I free to all applicants.' They will interest Pilate was mine in many oases to its .sulphuric rich pastry' and such food ollYi; when he be siuull. :-iI'u; the above

Nenoasness, you if you are! interested in Agriculture acid, and, as appears\ from the figures, the would soon be in the doctor's or ulll'rtllk- we 'have mentioned. thin subject to scene

Kheamatisni: : a i or Orange Culture. l.VliniTIIII "complete"! chemical fertilizer brought; a larger er's hands 1'lll'l.tr owners! two of wln y i have offered

:: and the mixture of superphosphate' and used judicious] and with a knowledge ('(' acres each, fronting on lovely

Ccstiwnesa, s + ri.omi potash: salt about t the same average/: increase '\\'h1 of its dlfl1 and value, it Ii tho lakl'1 where fish abound, and I in which ('lul1;

Female! as the farm manures, taking/ these as generally cheapest (at present price, $-V> a ton,) and be kept MIihuall adding another r'erl'utOI
',' Weakness e, used.: The quality of the produce of the most useful) food.s we have lieing to the many I, '.. mentioned I I, 111 J'lr
Sick & Xmoni; TT AND AND : was !generally as good or' even better with ole rich in I'11111 oil, it should ho used where game, deer, quails, ('t, II ho\II.I. 'Il
the chcniicaN than with farm class of who here are
manures. with food rich in starch, as potatoc.s and : people we 101
1 Icadarhe! ? OFFKUSUOO.OOO:I : Potatoes, especially' were liner in quality and runts One pound of cotton seed meal mixed those who are willing to accept favors! but

Those POll Cure alt Dijetwes br Absorption. Nooiou !less disposed to rot with the artificial! fcrtilixcrs with halt'u peck of boiled Il'l of ''llarl..l'Iew and wealth enoughto
> ; I'll: .Oils fir J'oiwmoui rolcln..*onUVn than with farm lIl:1: 11 11 rl'4.! To counterbalance mashed together, would make IOlltol'all,1) Ilk( Olt.t hll )handsome and) t"'el
Into th*Momnrh. TJ>8 fads are worn over tin. 1'Unf Acre M the better >roduco! wit hi t chemicals grand. Tho ollered are within threeor
w Ih''lom.lCh..: covering; mho Great Nerve ( 'rt..-.. ] a fattening pig, o I milking cow, but the places
alto! the l.lvcr and Etomnch. A gent to V. -ei.nhbt and their I greater convenience ill handling: pig should have corn or bran for the se'cundtinily four miles of the HI John's River, near to
9'namti.. I. Ilhoor'd Intnth\'cl..ulntlnn of th. W"'n' t OftheliuotACCIXSI1ILK and'applying, the I farm manures have: the Cecil. One pound of cotton seed meal t transportation.! :\" persons of limited
!:t' rpunfyinttheDlrndatimnlatintth..I, iv.rnnlKilni'jrt advantage\ : of being in general more lasting to us in this, the first
to healthy action, and im-mctlx'turiii ii! I consider! equal to tWtIUI\HIsul'ornllu'nl. 11'IW"I''t1ly ;
f--.tnHdi.toiliceftfixid.: I'aiCK J'AM l.w : in their effects.!: From results for details it to start something from
or > s : : AND DKS1KA1U.K: If I were feeding Htlre pigs. attempt, we wl'll:
!, ,"...rI":.x"r'l.SOLD DV ALL D ITGOIIT..or sent by mina 1 would !seem\ that an excellent and, perhaps peck of the cotton "cl,11I'nl to uJ'luur I which others may copy on- a smaller scale,

..Mntiufnctuml! S3 ik; 41 NoBTM LlBIRTT 3t. for most farmers, the best way to use chemicals milk or milk slops, and give I lne IJarrl of on this we want to chow to the world what
,.: 71mI!"R E. MD. IAXIH: IX Tilt foritlizers is to supplement a light. dressing and accomplish hi making
it every day ; but I would in no case use the II.tt money can "
i HOUSEY it CO., Agents: of farm! manure. The proper' way is If) meal exclusively for food more than I a Florida paradise.. t'hrbln Agrleutturlft.'

wNhn Fernandina, Via.1'OII(1 ST.V1'I'OF: FLORIDA:) make the most and best ,:inunure Possible would feed myself on any pie.s and such .
upon the farm, and piece out with such
things.IieurySfeuarfin Ituful Acme I'urter.LK.MON .
: or MOIITCJA:. materials as cxperienceand I experiment I !dull \\LJ.\JJ INVKNTIOX.-We have just t .
At $1.'J. acre to new settlers: with seen, a recent number of the London
only ,per to be says
who has
: of a I>C'rl'"f Foreclosure profitable.As CII.T.Iy.- ,
\ Jllr Tiuifi of time result lx
By'IHTl'I' ;! ', granted by his Honor[ the privilege' of Ht-lection in parcels of 10acres hctween applying' artificial fertilizers charge of h'lerll rlllflrtl'M jr\'e' at llelair, obtained, some from*]iccnicns. I of waterproofing to

,1:. It. Archibald I,Judge of the Fourth JudieiaiI'ircuit or more. These lands are lt located on broadcast or in the hill or drill the testimony 1\'C the J1'Jtdl I c'al 1 / :\' shine which a leIll'tlocl( the -
greatest ,
of experiments: is, Oil the whole! infavor Tho S Ifli:11I tl
of Florida, at Chambers on the 3Otli the line of the Jlulr grove (comprises one 'lllllre"fI
and to jMissible prtst'.sb
adjacent extremelysimple
play of June, lS.su; in favor ol Marian II.Sanderson of the former Tho best results in tho acres, nUI embraces lemons: Un'l as I ntii the
and in pa.-tslng articles
[ and against Clinton A. Haley, I majority of cases came where the fertilisers I lrl l'll. In lilt both tI'leral; ralflrll mud 'UIIW.1 '
through 'rtttvtvntahl'ngtime
I will offer for wile and sell, in fn nt of the ATLANTIC, (il'LF AND WKST: INDIA) were sown Ioro;"IClillt. In some of the very Mr. Lindberg( believe Il'lIlms 11' inureprmititabl'tu ," roniiositum|
by the desired 1 result Is !. Hy
i I ('uurt.Ituute in the city of Pcrnandina, best the materials! Wt'rt'IIth.ft'cl over a ,strip grow oranges, and) for this whkl .m'h't
,t [County of XUSMIU, Florida, on the first Mon- TRANSIT CO.'rt: 1 U. 1 It.: couple of feet or wo wide along the rows. reason have, 111 ('!,,.with: this this many yards of silk t'UI )h' n'li. r
l'XII'ril'lt.'Ilr ( in minute
day August, ISSO. }being the second day of Such ('OIlC''lItrllll'lllIIlh'rillll, when too close fruit. The : 1 ISelair grove c'ollll'ttutl'rlrl) a or
[bait,I month, the following described real to the! seed, are apt to injure the plant, are three years old, and 10ltl' from :Sicily: two tt ( injury to or apparent
4 property\ directed to be sold} by said decree: cxtendingfrom FIRN.151)IN.luntlieAt.: : esju'cially in dry weather. The nitrate of ItlN'k.1I finer and Jure variety (IUIIO in the texture or color. Indeed I,

I that js 1 lots ((5: and ti) five and MX, being hubs lantic, toCKDAK: : KKY: on the iulf coast, soda and muriate of jMitash often! do harm/ than the Florida 11'11I01. The fruit I is now the are, we believe this process 1
[divisions of the south two-thirdt of sectionLU' thus affording to the producer chcap'un. in this t way, being picked and prepared for market. And criiiaiiciit. All sorts textures f
(l:!) twelve, town-hip ((2): two, north range the bestmarket Certain kill Hi'(:! *) twenty-eight cast, known us the :Snare: stant and rapid) truly\>ortation to anti<)little or nothing else of much value for wi be new to at least I portion of our read hats, book-binding! leather; etc 'J wu piecesof

Uirant, as shown and designated upon' the -. plant food. Such are dried blood meat- t'n. I In Sicily lemons are not picket I when 'blue silk, Ullt."ul.Jl'.f.1 to the process and

[map or survey of said.) part of said grunt, on The belt of country traversal by the Trim scrape, Hiilphatoof\ ammonia and nitnitj of tier are ripe, but when they attain /certain thootbernot. \\'( c'XI"li..l| for 1 few sec. a

[file in theollice of the Clerk .of Said Court, sit Its 1 11:, vmhracf : oda. Others, as phosphates, and! stlIN'rpllnw| no rath'r at what age or stage of developfnent 111.the tiJ u "ttl'ltl tit'water. In the case of
aid lands oil 'hates I I owe tbcirtIectivcncs.s! to wutcr.l.rul.lhlliel., the water .sl utf as
|ln said Nav.au: County. $ lying mainly If the fruit. 'In ulwr. words,
[and being in the county of :Nassau: :State; of their )phosphoric acid. Such are Peruvian 11'101 l U ripe when it I Is ("lJ h, An/ from u duck' buck, while the Ithtr'It'\ r
lFlurid.1. Terms cash. .:nIYIIETY: : : : OF SOIL guano, fish KUUIIO, iMJiie/iid. "ammoniatcd expert picker would be able tu make u \Ui laturah..l One (side of u piece Idntlig -
PKTKU: COX 1':. superphosphate. Peruvian guano and! li-h\ Miflicicnt accurate measurement with the pajier subjected to the pnicess was ua

:Sheriff of Nassau County, Florllu."t'rIlall.lilla supply considerable of both nitrogen and rye limit In order (that there (might II nomistake impenetrable to moisture asMctl, while the

Fla., July ::1, lS.si! >. to be found in thl'tah':; a large; ltrolsrtiuubeing | .h'/hork'/ acid, while bone and "uinmoni- i General Sanford i has, forwarded Mr.Lindberg other fidu! n.tlll 1 its normal absorptiveprojHTty.

-- .- I-nliarly adapted to the culture ofSh.MiTuoi'icAL atcd bnjKTphosphatc* contain u largo I'ro.I".rtiull u ring j just tluric('IUUs1 fora prowr| A piece of the ino"t delicate rose
)F'OI E:('Ltil'UE: or 11OItTG.iGE.: I of pho.spbi.iric acid and but little nitrogen Ilzell lemon to pas thruu HUth as will tinted tissue |1.11..r| after being subjected to
Fii'iTiand )J-iirly: Yfgt-tabht! Potash) i is in the (iernian the f'lllIlll'tl tomoirturo -
n, V YIUTi'Kofa: Decree Foreclosure. bupplied not tlc ring are allowed I to longer JrJ'i W hlJlliuu.
[ j jralltC'tllhi... Honor. U. Archibald l, and The Jjirye, ('umptlcl.1IUII of Timlin |1".ta",1i :salts, the Illllrialt' of potash," ml- on tl '. Such its fill tin ring arc picked, .' it 'had) ll'1 Hut, .

; fjudgfof' ; the fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida make!. these lands worthy uf ('.I.11:1.1'11JX.. plmat'.f |1".tn..I1,"" and. Kainit.: The "coin." and placed for eight clay in n;dark room 'I.! 1t| erliajwp a great feature of this new proces

at Chambers', on the uOth dry of June, .IJIlX.t TIOX by manufacturers of LI-MUKR: plcte fertilizers! or .i..dal ftrtilucp. thel wrapj> and packed! for shipment I : the I fact that while it renders articles |.erfcctly -
ami prepared according to formula for > >ccialorojei this treatment wuterl'nwltthey r"lall as penetrable
[1.,0. in favor of Marian II. Sanderson | They come II1alt'r u bright
against Nathaniel (>. PJunu-r, 1 will offer for ASH X\VAL HTOKEH.: a* iturnlututlut' ", turni|"+,() :., contain color, and have that soft velvety to the atmosphere' m ever, an advantagewhich
hale; and ell. in front of the Court-H'C in all the alxive ingndient\ Farm manures, feeling ..o attractive to consumers., I'rll it is belkvctl, no lrc\lol'lytl'U of '.

[the City Fcrnandina, Florida, on the first'Monday :\ISIrfI.Eltol: : stable manure, etc., unpi.lyall' IhcMoilingrcdicnt / :11(to ;'JMJ Luxl'will he bhipped (rout thoJicldirgrove vater'uruliugcuutlainl.' The new pns.'st sIs s
of food, Woml ashes. euidtobetlie In tutu retired otliccr.
illUtlL..t; A. 1>. lS.*'. being: the plant contain) i the present season. The grove ln'lItol
'tllUl'cla of said month, the following deWrilied all but IIltt" I'II. also has about .oou) pineapple I.lalt.1,1 -

nil probity, .ituate l and U-ing: in l'ur'ias15lt; land I from this corm>any are furs There are iiianvcadc! in whhh crops fail I the yield of fruit the present si-ason will AN oriental traveler describe thl* buoy
1' the County of Nasau: t'1.rila.an.IIt'M.'rillt.1 nisbetlwith tuliie theTran. U-cause !the wiil (luau-* nut supply euuughPhuplurie reach' l.fjiNi' apples (jeiieral San ford cuutldently .1'l'Il witne.s! cd on II"t.rc' chores ; "Our

las lots ((1 and ::) one suit l two, iK-ing >uUUioiis jreelwawetill [ acid, and where an application' I predict that South florl.ll will eventually bteamer landed on I which w"a.! the
Ivisi\ of the .south two-thinh of Motion: .it Railroad: fur family and ]*rsonul fffttUto i.f ltul 'rJ.J"JIoIaate! .or Ume diM brings U supply Ihe "Ilnglislijiiarkct: with this l ort of _\III'h. where the ) were

,.ii' twelve, township (',n) two north rang lime station nearest the land pun haxil.TITLK I"Jlllllllulllurn..t. 1'LrruurelikewiSUsnarly: I fruit, alI'! to this end ho U I hllJ att'ltlul lied ('lll'l .lr ith'llru I\141Il.townat
twenty-eight ea,.t. and known a, the: in[ which i-ota-di U ei-ist-ially dt-licicnt and; to the in .) ( wharf.. .
(IiS: ) ; lare'urli al' theul'r' i /
10 II"'I'1
COMPLCTK:, icing derived by otii--.li ult or iiiilca<'hed 1 11O1&will|
jsiiarezlirant; a+ hown and l designated l milMmn| ( 1I1I1'1'h"tI.e fur r..II.\ ''tire juid. He thinks 'I 11atw n ('r and the merchandU alert '
the map of said llo:1rt( of aid grant oil rile in grant from the I'niUil States and purchase nett). In some IIIM.M nitnrxtn jut raft' that the higher pricewhich the uulMl,1 ofL'ngluii'l put Inljfll wbhli ran into the1 Kind. A t

the nttil,(' i.f tin Clerk\ of the circuit C.urt from the :State of Flori'la.CORRFSlONDKNCK. uf Mxluor i.thi-r form bo the ilvsirtil tH'ict.In : are "Jlil/ pay fur t.I !larjri t'IIMI". with J heir 'lay on
(;i r Nassau Count... 'flangeuwb. I'tbcr* nitrogen: unit| phosphoric weld areticstletl I fruit \iljlltitil : ,. (' nwivsary, the /iteuih, nuily,. to traii>((4T trin.r.. U'iiito
I'CTEi: t'OX I:' l, and Peruvian sUUJlo.or fl.h may boiw t-iSH'Irt. tl' I llllctl itl" the Inkrl.r.1' the artid I lauded were

:Sheriff: of Nassau County, Flori niandina. Fla., July 3, I-I. tore of rphoxphutc or Unit dn l andlotadl.ult.u '1t. II. A. Cuouiiut.: of tliN Cllh. given -'I. I'. H. A." showing that they
; .
-- .' [ ujd)iig 1lau"IaorJ.! : aci.l and u' the r remedy 8 i1 sj Hlf'l' '
.lu\ill allt Wt\ < me< ( ami M hence' they ,
Ur. AUTIiriC ('. I.OnU, 'riptive )t \1'' and C'JJt.a..uillllUilt..1 onappliiation. .ista.l, \i. tin inont .siiiiiiiiiu-al iiuttrml.goiii !. CJr i ('url-bl ,jtf ,,f the greatest i plagues with JdlC' hoHe.1 .alilt"on the'f l : .

I ) _\ ua oiHK soils ami for oine ('r'd' ku1 to the Florida farmer lSfur IIJ. of i-amc-K wIL'r. tnlIM'rtaUu. to .\ 'J1. i

INTIT. (''lI.t$: W. LKW1S: : iothin, r1iort of a iinplHt fertilizer will lug your corn, heat water as a* i> Thus iw
..urtlte.n.l finally, tthile' hart .,11.. and Maid barn the.ll oftht WCt l'lusbk
1> re- your thoroughly, us tu kill maladlv *
Land a
Fourth $t.. bet. Centre and Al