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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 31, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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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 )
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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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KKUXANDINA FLA. 1'I'I11iDd1'11111' 31 1880. :O. :iH.'u. .
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live to in town this week cmp'oj-in! 'r hands to work I ears, :lu.ln second elegant: passenger: coach, 101'TISW' 111THL"i
forsnnie man
STATI: xmrs.AtitcJnui; Here is an opening! I .*' sad l Dt( n iv, .July !II, ,a'XIMitnr
the in u+e ''
With the Wajcross hrll1\1'II'.f the :sivannah.Florid :; : I similar to one now
make n prolitable invc'stment. Ihl'l on ftic city from vvbieh
I &. Western Itailr.fad: Me succeeded 1'r'tt. .1illl'11'
and i :
j amount of building now "iioinu on 1'n tn am.Ouijt.r.vn I write i is the capital 0 lieland, mitl is, in ,
I Ijnytitiublc :
Thl'C'l' 1 toy! ofrl"h'r went out gunni i t one would t be in getting tweiitj or tint y.-JI"U It"/-
prospective improvenicjit isvveuth in the
'. the
strip and
.- ] strip i is at par County : rank ('I'OI.1
last week, and while sittiiu miliij illl1ortU\\
:
day :
ouc business of e/rr. '
) regular I
: in making; a Ma tint '. MI cents nil the dollar.----l'uptain British isU-s.i Ibllo",' ol the nuit beau
;' g together, a gun\ I l.vin-j); ae'rim the Kip of'f this.-'I'he Amciiean barkYntinc I Istitntff, i ( I 1 Of
\.1 from ttoston, esterday. tiful cities in : the beMtlly
Adams n .liqp\ll'h Y
ewe of the three was Mentally! 11ihar!i struck by lightning latSaturday Ourieade-iN will reme ibt-r) 11 Ir". At/otth, rl''I' 1':1011'hlle
I tt'I. YI.oft'r.11 the death of Mrs. M.[ 13.llatt l its and, picturiMjue of the-
annnnneing scenery
bay : til
l ml, th(' loalll'a+.!IIJ through) and 1 ", halll'rillg! I IS : the lightning traveling over the'tay in l'OIl111''lioll with a I \I' eiiiiuiu of $o1() rercivcti :
[ ; ; 1, w1fc /'ol.1L I.. Hart, of this place'' s-urrounding country are justly Hhnlrel bystrangers
S the ankle of u e-onipnnion: and iulliitiuu n mainmast, whidl1I..nl..o I from\ the Ant'let\ !lural( \ \ : \
j the
below to hepu'tnmut''I _A tt'1'\'il i stotm, with severe lightning, Dublin i i is 1 ,,'dl.l1ilt city, ell*
,
slight wound on another.r. Neal: fuiii \ and the m.iiutops-iU: I comjiktely 1 for (the I'-rst\ : 1'01111,1' f 1.t1h' :
slightly damaged; : ) dovv us, on Saturday: night!: last ;j't'r.l vide into two equal parts': by the ri"I'1
eiitne upon tU'
it nowoxary to amputate the little 1 'i111w'l" I hHrllI,1II'. The Lumttrr is i from t'lIit."ttnh.: ..... shehamore ; -< t ,tV tuna or ten! !'tailhean'iiig ;
,! houses including. the convent) wc-re has elegant:
'\ fey.
foot.-(I'ltnm/'llliNJII.. Thonisem, Maineaiid, loading at White ; trees, and perlnps( a 1 handled' or \ I many hllhJItJ
I striuk' bv lightning!: No 1'I'ioll'ltllll1a tynMtone. whkh arc the Four (\I\tl. Co"tll.lity
Mr. .1. 1\ Walker has on exhibition a 1'01'1'-| i'oint. This 'lined 1 in the afternoon of ; ( that will bear t'nii in a v'e.nor !''II. i
oei rods should be on I oliegc< all well Woltli
every and Trinity ,
I' 11Il'n of hrii-k burned in kiln :11 fv toile! ::4:11111'.1:1Imt 1 fortunately: ""Iin':< WII'\.I.t. 1'l'otillllhlt.Il\ly\ : : ,lost {'\'+ the I thanks nl'I,I: l.tghtnitn) 1:11,
] Ito I I house', as this is i about (the only piotcctiotithat set ing. !faynooth, about twelve miles distant -
trout the citThey are hard! ant: linn nll.l: tin1! unfilled altogether to our \\'hlllt'I'o\I'! \ for hercar.and attention '
damaiie being t can ward ot1'lhi"t, : 1'\11'1 live \11111"-1'! \ is i the scat of //11"tl',1 Catholic( College1,
will answer every! ;iinictlc.il: purpose of t Ill' I that mentioned\ till.. \' '.--We were many: lIIalll'I'.lhat in:r. prove a great/ hl'1 I mlafetoiatics -

I'ItiIt,eIphit pre-sed. link. We .ire gl ln.l 1'1'0:11'111'11: .vcsterday: by an intelligent\ et'1i:11'-1, efit to (Ihl'lIlll':: : among: hem i i- i.iising !'"rlrrlt ih'Ii1,1,1.i11i.,, i at which many of our All'\'IUI\

tint. clay in -nitliii, : >nt iiuantitici to WlI1'ralltIhl' man andeke'I as to the advisability, \ of wine'-grape' of Em'cII'1! Icli under her c' ireis I ,ulunrfer', : have-. bun. orel.iincd.. .*. nll'lIl\'jl.Nt. ; (**

establishment if a hriek-ytrrd; near tllWII, gallizillg :colored Hancock club. \\'' urged broil-Jit::; to perfcetinl.---Ir.' Warner'smipVed. 'better exidoiu'e of the rapid: improvement I I (cry, whtll' great ( "1\11"I'ark H'II Well Hlielinoniiinent

has I 1't'n l li11111,1.--fa"rrl'ill; ,' Jler.: him to take the initiative at llllll" and iv- new snvv-mill is in-aily\ i I and will of" Lccslutu' ran be sifihti I thai* (Ihl' are and I'hu-nix arc

Columbia./ fi-ru-d him to the action of hisinbredbreth- be one of the best" in S nth FI"ri.1.I.----\ improve' \"' \\1I"I'chal.t"\ : ;are making.! worth} a visit: Illmll drive in the latter t it

I le-n in Montgonie-ry anal other cities ( loin, daughter of Mr.[ John ( trry \\ :,... I'w'k! bylast The'.v', hl'tltIh:11I: any one etc, know the is I the seat of ( he Vuvivwl l''d 11'. where the
A 'lit of Ian Like Pity It'pl1rt-'
corre pondc I interest 1 of tit" than i is steadily npresciitati\e of little ( UCl'n.t.d re-
the lightning! on Wednesdavher : in tlu' do and \ sqiuuely (Ill
the of the rllill"1II11, Jake, place' joutsell: l
wilting on subject
r, M\le him herethp Lurll
the inctc.ise. In conversation with ides! ; or. ns tiny ,
the inevitable and the1 good, father's: : h'"ll'ol'lI"II'I'1 lead\ IIlh'IIII"'i'III$, on '
bond and the pr"I'p,1 iMinproniNe, saj':< : 1'1'01'11.1'1'1'1,1 l.anl tt
\
This :< .
"'itll l'tnmt.1"ituah'.llikl' Columbia, iii\- and don't' mince matterby: takitiir) two t biles I and rcmaim-d: \ 1 in IlIi41"lIIlitinn\ our illI euie this neck he int'ormcd that the- pros- I.ieutitiant. 111..10" llml ..

a I Ihl'Cl'1" inter.. -A1p n/, pi'et' 1 for Ll'I'ohlll'gVII": better now than he m AmericiiMs. : \'
fiitnprospirit.v at on- dll'1'Q.hakl':: ofl jour groundlesssusjiinonsby t foimer\ h-fl some1 !/
the mainI'It'r to
migration being ,! 'looking. :sijuaiely in the face the Cult(; had: etc'\ bi'foi\ seen it. 'I'II :saythiM Is to'-us' The day was 11'ligllwlIat! 11/ I 1w\'ill; )
i intieh 1\10 I Iwe : ;
the cusis ;
stiongcr. of Democratio rule tinderiov. Mat-to i. agooddcul. -Since:: hist Ot) 'tuber' there t has I cardse t passed! .1 willout ('.\Un;. It i* ;
the I tour
not :sec our p.-operty t ( (real tatepn) years briuttifnl anckntbut
\, ( Drew.ViiwroAi A'limxe, :4i.11'e } Among the. I impiovemis its at Oi-anse( Luke been a :steady stream of immigration\ to (thiscounty. certainly : l.arl-llorc
e'iating j'.iy: ? Do we I\lIt sec Ihat olie.uilil'ul \11' with the of
every exception
in defached not sn kept (
\ \ I'lisons come numbers \ -
the completion IIl'tl v ry elegant llptitI'hurrlt \\.1
settled 1 1 1emigrants' season thismoininr. (
hcin I.y the lint pc-aclie-sof
forests' aitnot : up saw '
Mr.I J. ( near the residiWilliams. Ice ..t' Iev.! \\". M.vlor 1. .(rout. one\ to fuly' and we areiiliably the! Xoilogical llrt'I) our "\\'I grand\
Thistate! of thimrs t ('!hoot httttlhute(1 i Thl''I'ft' at I the storcof: ml'I'.irk Yiuk.
in New
. 11 Ir. < !eo. l'1' i< the builder. mfoiiiu'd that. a large number\' will settle Cent
t Floiida.fiirli .
tl climate, 1"oil. disease: : *, Il1hfl1"l'i., ] 15.; I'ocheThey: were 1'1'011litt.1It' of 200,000/ ( its
Dublin) has a emulation ;
three -Loclibie is tin- name: if a m'vv to\\n nnstrange here\ the oming\ fall and w inter -Aiegronamed ) |
t.ility, or uttvtping I liniUjrtliereto.; t Thl'rl' <>flI'lc,1'; (':(', July lj.-Xtll'l out in general the
ili/i' :society
Lake. It alrcad has a stmckept, Itch Junes was killed by a )Ir. .loy- i' 'ns are 1'01l' : -
1 is dodging-those1: 1111I1"1'1..' the: lui:.!- months have: cl.ipsed I :siimthe first: ripe
: no iiso ; HritHh hlcs. its trade
of'savannah:: and her one da.v' last t week, eight \miles ttoni most i tell tied in IIH !
Ii' t'uthnir.n, foimeia I
T. Yniesfra by ,
of Mr.[ \
stinl the ( Chinese Flat II r
hears that stand between it* prospeiitThercfoie : I peaihe-s, t ,
cleve-r gentlem.commands ; I I heis.i I Loehbiew Siimterville.! It :seems\ I the patties tint t tosettle : : extensive! but I large' portion of it* foreign
1l Ir. !IMitnr: I say let IH t p.iythci appeared in 1 Fc-nsacola! and since then very trnt.utcd l.iyctpnul
is throujtb
!beautiful vi of the lake: and a dispute when the ne-gro t called Joymrid a coinmeno : ;
loll get the tll'I'url.1.hall: out of the c.uul', other vaiieties hive ripened\ front time to \ a
d liar ll'tIwilig knife at the same: time and London.There[ .
it is the headipiattcrs for the steamer .l/jt/irr. u
that we may rce-cive a blessing." ; Ito it, aigood time, though the heath: crop\ in this section, I
Tho lands in the neighb-. 'h,1! are vny line when .'''.'IIl'r dievv! his pistol' and killed the ate OO'.IKscry line streets and pala
fail.11' ;
;
people will Hoik in hy hundred\ all,1 as elsewhere :South, has hl'1n general -
I owned, b'propose Mr. llnksoii. We at the! First tile.-We have been reliably (
and mostly negro
The Teen To tire Sack-'ilk'
t' ,
II
dwell among us and help to build up tlwaste ( (' \ (', as ye unaccounted ir. ,
double he-lit !lit and hopeto Inloimcd; that a steamer use-ended the :lalll't :
: .LlldJl.i.
places ; anti in less than ten yearImnbi.i -'* ( i 0' or (Chinese Flats, however, were an excelit'on a busiate44
to live I"l'l': it develop i iniliccnt a town of inagil : \\' lhla"lIol'IaI'I' Khtrla-t week and look onboard all ;;t'e'nt tllllphl\: wliich inuoli
wiIIl'ay; taxes on two million dlars < I' ; ri I'l"'r t early, and were larger '
load of ficight. Wcekl.v Hips': is d"nl' flVery
Irupnrliun4.-/I'< HniliH: a large; ; trll.l'o. IIIOtUll'Ut
worth of property, instead ot'igIIt; bun and liner flavor than I heretofore1n,*li
will! ontiiuie to be' made as far upas( lilac bitli "structure I occupies C prominentplaceon .
dred. thousand" now, and growing beautifulKSI (hrrtf.'fhemilitary. .. 1 (H1.'r' I
: .. .. Ve-vv Imildin' t'lrou-rb-mt this hackyillestied fant.t line innmt-
Sprit: .:. :
:
'
home if"Tre-side-nt 1 IalH'OI'\C\ Thl' laIc dilliculUcs III' Vero the w 'u luuulcull
: every day. lhlrul.The .. I c-ntire. county\ continue tn' be i-u-eted ; go in went to O''olldll.. 10"1( to gtiue the! Fall
for two jears, [lit 1I1\111 ij'tI.; in Florida. thl'l'wl'riplor"' nl'tl large: ) ;.r.lr utauufuct.'ties -

81111 unit !'/',', s says: that at a IIll'etilll-\, His ]hcadipt.uters.. at 1'hrtlyer4 I during : IIrll-l': 1'1\tir'lr 1'1..111 a 1IIi+a\'I'I'I'-\ any direitiiin$ and new h'.irin: <':;;s and. newhouse's bll't luhl:1: abounds, in 1:11Y eharitahle.

will mi'i-t! the The. mills\ ate now and In'MOM ill/lit institutions: shell hO\"I'f
of the direitors of the Florida Cc-ntial I Flail: the Indian war of those rl'arTIII'rc: his hvttsiuu: of the fad'l. '1'1 en'" \\ h.'i"itl" I Suit c-je. 11

road (Company\ evident L'laiglo's: ::; :sala., only daughter-that fair, ]lamented Florida ('lllllJ .1[lull report tint thc \\'ork1\1\1I till r'ttadltgday and eight::;; to supply the demand for the ,aged; (for orphans, aid: IUl'l caro ii

for I lumber, and! carpenter: / ill provided for the poor and inlitm. [
every II'rl
was tix'lll\t :six thousand: ,IIJI1lr,1'1'\ jcar.Col gitl-was born. .\bouttwuyears !>i1lt'1' <5en- nut\ 'o1\h'lIll'lalt' a1\Y viuenee nr Idiall'l' of

L. .\. Ilardi-c's joungist: child\ WI1M eral Hancoik \'il"itl'illho spot I 1'1I z business of Ie-cs where the Ihtuld and the Man-(
indications the Committee,
From
buried from St. Fanl's M. I'::. hurt jestcday. : '- recollection, and I ('Olll''h'll'a 1'10\1" nu'rtie1ltns consult: hat 111'\'il'oe su h 1IIl'I-Ul'P.oI' : : pcaeenbly '

%i .-Several weeks ago, while on the r The house in which his daughter wa 1Ii: were tleetueu, ucee44tlry.: : 1Il'1\,1', burg will "1'1'111(1( early this year ; in 1'11l.t Mon House: funds nreubtrlhul'cdttlhesulfer-\ :

way to the bar, the :steamers Water Lily, ul\Il\\ 1,01'1b now the'.properly of Capt. I'. 1-:. lien- the report' that \'inll'1\I.t' wutll.l be l''OI.It',1 cotton, in :small' lots has been coming in 1"1'' i ing poor and I atUittcddn\n-ttKlden .pniple.
weeks "'c informed bv' I have not much of lainlnu as yet, fir;
several are
16trltutecullidcd, when near Y'l1oBlulf.! dry, a lending public man, and one of the to, was not trll<'.-AVy nf: the fllflf.O"HIII" past. !t'1
merchants that business this siimme I have not \isitcil those ]parts, but thl'r is
A few days ago, the steamboat I inspectors arrived "cattle kill .." of South Florida being the ', our ; :

hero and suspended Capt.V.. O. Halowes in the Htatc- has: been' nearly two-thirds better than i iwas it Much MiiU'ering Iwllhllm'-lc\cr along tho
stock
:second largest owner I Henry Stokes I the I'lUrlll'I'l'r11'1 hanged l atOrlando
for day last. Not only among our merchants' coast. KiltOWI" I llatlnnit.if: ,
of the Water Lily, thirty .l"i which means u millionaire. Judge II. King the( lrd.Old : : t. WI'ltl'r

Capt. l'hL J. Schoonmaker, who was: lit tlw owns the most cattle" Captain' Ilendry next :
time pilot of the J'antime, lor four month and Colonel Jacob Siimmerlin third, and are larger than usual, and\\ so far: as observation farmers, Cl'lIit-grtl\H'ri: mill-men, me'chanics, url i if Hulll mi'l ('oiitain many tine tci- b

Summers of the 1'nst ime, being absen, and even !the few loafers arouml town !seem raie'sand gardens. is'even niilis
"apt. they could muster a full regiment ('lIbn \\ free from, rust. ..1tluthergrntifyiug r'ill/"to\1
entirely
was nut tried, but will be, wo understand, '!!" in their employ.' They ship" several goes, feature of this season's outlook is to be m.iking a good li\'illJ.-I"'wintry/ AilSunit distant: and is rapidly rising II lullrt.II'l.

when he rt'tum.-Thcre appears to b1 0 thousand head of beeves to Cuba t'n nee. It is noted for Its royal I hal'hlrull "
every
the .
bets
the fact that so few are falling: (nun nnrc. I
attention given now to the culture IIC which is for U'sstJsnigiiged in thetoastingtrade ;
more month from Punta Kas-a, place : ml- I part
There has not been time, sineeoiange
a Kt..ollil
the ioose
in this than to other In perambulating ovc-r ( the tual!-1lueket4 and ; .\'-
rice 1,1.11':11
county any crop] owned by Colonel I :Summe-rlin.-I'ciisdcolniitsettf. Il'lI't'l "ul.11

and all around the city, and in fact throng! ( hare when began to nteivcattciitimi lukeilo 1 in favorable this region( for. I'k: ) Iistrb't'I'hiI t .. (( 'lay land) District, and :I'llutll'ir ..lali,1]Ier'. The plait-

out the entire county this: grain can be tll'CII inilttden. everything Fourth (SitwmuletAeauealy) District: as is also ciU'bratiHl for its line Ma-bathing and
both fruit and<<1 trc-e-s as at prtxcnt.- Everybody : (' I F.uumc-rator: WI' Wl'rl' ple-ase-d: to note
growing to perfection. Heretofore little nno ii Some of our farmers are eating 1I1\'all11ule 1'IIHI" the beauty of the I surrounding scenery.

attention has] been paid to rice culture, from coin ruisc-d (his: year, and the cry for is rl'l1arkinr11'011; tie t cxUui)1'diuarygrowth the sighs i of prosperity throughout these distrkts. :, In chain ; it is the*
\ ) (ClIoI1'1)| t- Irl.lII111.tlllll'ar
ol'the trees 41'titc! :
but it is estimated: that from Ji\I.M\ ( O to :3!<),()Xibuhels shipped corn is: hl'ar.11111 more.-The phy- orange them The people', us: u /general! thing, aieuontcntcd strong against III \\.ak ; rlllll'IUI11"1\

: will he raised this year in tliiscoun: "siiians report eon.i.lcrable.iekncss: throughout tiers! sty that they have never known and apparently ]happy' but in .11 the nobh peasantry appear to be

ty. It has aNo been 11l'lIIonstruh'.1 that mudl the country, mostly fevers of a mild lo do Idtl'rlhall they are BOW doing. Tim very few localities bad, crops' are tll be1 Ml''I1- yl content with fhcirlot11ntstrive to liidc their ,
Tresh light of I the nev\ leaves cover the "
:
"' ',llIl'M- green us: a /general. I thing erupt are remarkably
land\ in Duval county which a. few'year4agtt form and easily IIIUlagelt.-J.a..t ( Wltl. '.

t considered: l almost worthless, is thoiougldy lay afternoon u small colored] boy in the lark g1'l'cllllf the old growth like u ia-hion.: gaud, and promise' better than for the last Olul.luIU'd new ministry is: Ilill ;'
able overskirt.-OilmtJo h,1srlrr. \,1'
: adapted to the growth of this(: crop, ea.stern pai t of the county was: bitten by a rattlesnake ic-vcnd je.irs. Of (-1111 rill! it is iilmost too l'ri;; is: icikoncd 1 (to be liberal, but for '
1[. Tanner writes to the I &tuth rU>ri Ueiiorts: from various portions: of the Stat:: <' and it is i supposed he will\ die.- : early to count em the cotton crop, us it I isuKject uf mo I don't see that they have done muchood

i is have been in this : .Is: you wllllhllikc to know how ,, to s-i Many mishnw4 I |11.1 ; there may bcoo > in 1'uriaineiit
indicate' that the uilth.itioii of this crop For[ some time past: persons ; us )'d. They arc 'I"irf'lin| -
onions I raise: to the a<'re, I replythat
rapidly on the increase ouNidt the limits: \Jf neighborhood\ hiring: hands: to work on railroads nuny can much rain and! rouse it to shed its fruit, about instead of doing
if 1 a good stand I can raise 'lit M' l..thilll
get ,
this ('onnty.-U/'rt'. I : 110hl'ill built in Hast: and South or u drought; may come and, cut it short, \II' fur their dixthtwi'il, country little Mt
bushe-ls: to the acre if it is a favorable season, t..1 .
make their! number} of ahle-bodic the-greatest: of all pests, the caterpillar, ma,
The oranges; are beginning to L'lorida: and quite a mat voriu than! our good Congressmen.(
Have raise-d them that weighed time \
:
appearance and sM>n the outward ),01111I1h':1I11l'1'I liken have been "cut away, jet we see no derea comet and ,destroy the crop and blast: tlihoMs > 1 find and see, as: far us: I Intro travelvJr
iii ree-fuurtIis: of a I"JIIII.I. measuring t twentyone
will be loaded 1 with thtIJlI.-S'f/IIIIII'' (' >e in the number eif idle! lazy in-groei ] ." meet | of the farmer, or from various othecauseH that tro]is look well, and the crops all over
in eiretitnfereini Onions
inches!'
about without viihleutcut4 the crop may fail' to come! up to It'! Mark Lano-
!'rear. who lounge town anj" the el country are the same' The 1Laprt1N
here at .
with in tIt market
rc'ody yale
a
I ersoin that of tuplrt.-l'linry J/'raM. pre-scnt promise: but the corn crop is alrcadluiule. 0..1 triterion In theseWands -
It is estimated by intelligent j> : / : which !lot u g
'
from fjrx: ) to $:.I.f M) u bu hel, this wouMgivc
t the yield of rice in Florida the present year .1'O'el'lou, '' is however fron Many farmers are through; pullinfi remaiku that the growing 1'111'* allover
$I, acre It only, ,
1Mll''r
illjtlllll'I'4IIi,1
/few
will be ten tinier as: ht'IUi: the prodiutioi A colored' man by the name of Aaron Keel- f lderand illl.llt'l'ry w(! the Old and New Worlds, an very tine,. ?
hamiiiiH-k Inndim h 11 Tanner -
the rich as r. i
of (a1111r,11I the
in 1HTO.; -The other day u young gentleman dick was murdere-d 1 by another culurc-el man these! IIre'III:1I11'- hear the larinerseoinplain a anti It .to be hoped l there will be an uLuJI-
bas, that large; yields
;
named li. was: bathing in the surfsoutl named 1 Iil) 'Wright. Wright and Hl- t.1I'k'Jj corn ereip. It is true that some failed tit d.mt harvest on both tides of the Atlantic tu
." Jinrtel.
of Mayor when his: foot was seized )by U wife have been committed 1 for. trial. /liftJrcl The South FJurid.illailna'I: now in i....111'.1.UftOlll'olru'lioll make enough to do them until tile next reward iimpl' the sweat and toil u! therfarmer.
but in most it was luraiiMe'! they
cases
voracious shark 11. pulled and so did the crop, ; .
I Levy. from Sanford to Oilan>.lo) in wtro living on uewly.cttletl placcx, und di<

shark. But the bitten reached ttrrn Jirnu. Our pe-ople can hardly realize that theyare Orange county Is nearly completesl I, li-.i:! not have a *iillliicnt'uautily| oflund in enltlvation. I haver traveled 1 considerably un the l'OUI-
and the shark lost u tit! .. ) try anti lind iieople hospitable and kind. (
with a mangled foot of that which In .JIII.I.I..I'4 tile hctrwu [IlaloIi'II.
osscssion they and hill
now In |> than three mill* remaining: unlinished, The and dale, is: charming to
staunch strainer I'Uftlme has: and for want of sullliicnt plowing the con country
bit. The havebeeyj i asking for a number of years, a a large force of work nun ureingagcd iiu losing was somewhat "lIl1l.(' llll .," and in other behold but 1 pi'i Hr our American travel.
Hie hat !
been l'url'lluM'II by (?1. H. T. Ba 'a. facilities from On railroad the niHcuN are not so obliging-
steamlxiat
mail route and this uncoinileted gap. Upwards of 1'XJ CSJMCH: the beautiful! shade trays [In the dooryard

once to'he refitted and to undergo extensive Troj- on the Huwannee to this: place and laborers mid otlicera have I IK-C-II emploje-cl bail! n damaging: c-IHs.t IIIHJII the c'ori as ut borne, and oh for the extra bairua/e f

alterations, when hhe will be placed: on an.llt was considerably In'll" in con: the-y stick It on you \"uMe than the Erie: hr
crop
thence to ( I'ar"at..r, touching! at Crystal there this past month. The proHpcc-tn of a the l'euusylvuuia. The arc same
I but from what we uw we think rlull
Water ,
consort to the Lily Ktiiueine,
the mail line as a Hiver. Hay "ortnclott', Dum-adcn) and remunerative freight und and m.ike gssl .
highly ; passenger that the corn crop is I far above an average; smoother tme
Col. liaya is i becoming the owner of quite a Yellow! UlufT. I'artie-s can visit any of these I traffic aJe'Cry Ilattt-ring, 1I1.llt is certain to Siuvannce; county has 7W: luhaIJit..utH.Thl'rl' Yuum, TOTKISI .

fleet of river s-t earners', and U: one of tluiKt places and on a ste-amir that is comfortable I. prove a paying investment which! wakes it un' alw mt ,tOl Inhabitants within the .,

who have full faith In the future of Florida. incoriionitc JimiU of Live Oak but thereare Ct ktccwu 0, H.
alllloaC.,. The steamer I."' t of the Miller tlienderso)1k encouraging; for future railroad enterprixcsin : niiinl 'rs of familicn that live in the PITIIYft7NNF',1OXUi ll.rr

-Major A. St. Clair-Abrams: writes us: that line is just: adapted to the route. Florida The iwsplc'if 4anfuretOrlando, town that are not within the incorjioratloii. ICIU1llll (;Jovernor uC Florida, and (!eti.

Immediately upon his return from folk and mate Tom number will reach between Mix amis :
Her captain John Wilson: and illtertll( liatt! j",iiit-i. ore very enthusiastic and the

county, where] he has been engaged: in a Davis J>> calculated to make tlie trip u 1.1(1&- I over President Henck) for his energetic !vii hlllllln- .- .-Mr. \\'. F. :Nobler i.hkeil[ OrrieK SuutrrABY or STATE,
his headquartersin his, !IJ r..t oiK-ii cotton on the 1st day. of July. '
murder ease, he will make of the TV LI ui.K:rE, FL.t.,1'cb.7,1573"
to One I'rillcipal' in this needul ,
ant one greatly enterprise
IIill''tCngl'r.t. course He has a large cotton farm of hear 100
attention to 11 in. J/ I d u'i'11,1i1'1., taunt:
entire
this city, and give his DemocraticKxecutivc ]>oints is the fact that the trip is made by day which i ilf destined to l l.e the foundation of acre, ami it looks: well.-Lite (Jut JuJlt-till. Km : His" I-sl'l'IeJ': lilrftllhl'al r_

bis duties as chairman of the light giyhuigIarties an opportunity of eeing gnat j>ro jierity tll Orange; e-oiinty. The 'MiesU me tu ilfurm tlmt our re-.JKnu.

: Committee for this (!.ongwsionalThe the beauties of the grand old Suwanne ineer-in-ehiff; ejf the road H Mr. F. C. THK < 'k:\*( n.- -From the returns tit the four turn of the ottlie of t hheriif of liuvalee'urttywill

jotrkt.-l'uifJlI.. ( ardort'ry J'un ,/. Tucker, long tmnete JSt'II': b I n. onrcitv. we obtain the following: figure-:: I ''It'.tlly.| Stu't.11,31ei.Ix,
burnt district in I'lii-autla is to beimmetlia'ily I J/deI( oii. waterworks, andotberesteiulve enterprisesTbU \\.rlll-I......) inhabitants white and colnrwl. 5>ee'retary of :UIe. (

rebuilt.I'envr'i.i J The cenus just coniplete gives the town road is the iiu.t southerly in the iViU-d \ Wan! :!---IUI"'hitl', 7*7 colored.Ward I ttiiKttiFE"Ifrle6IVYAI (ot'NTf,

have Jewih t-yna- of Madison[ 7.".fl inhabitants. In 1H70 the census States, and Is one on which ieneral (iranttunnil :{--KVI white, mid 1.W57' clu.1. ford J\'K''Ll. Feb. K, h. ,
i+ goiug to a -I- ,
[ .errl'ary
be of
'''I''le. The e-ontrait to !build' it has been of the !town gave about WJO inhabitants, the first fowl|, when/ visiles[ Florida JC city, white ami eolort-d, fi.7IU"e were 111lntawre.,. PI Id. tt

award< ,..l to Mr. l/khari1Turner. hut it included a eircuit one mile wide all last winter. The ht-ud.iujrter are e-.tal>- lot able toa.-...-rtuin the proi.irtiori of white* .I : y",, ''UIJlliltOI\ the "tli h'-

tu lie a wonderful arttuudthe town which wojWciccludc-d \>ythUyear's liheiliit] I iiigHiMxl a l lH-autiful !little "!Jurj(" iinl e-olortil Inhabitants in the lt ward ; ktuiit t" J.ati-i, attlu my n.ildlt.( ,
thereMM.I1I*
this time
At of t-e-ensu ThAt iwsetioii will now in the hi/Mands nine miler inland. The mi 1 lock of time I'rI.'YtlItl! our giving[ the the <>tli< \ Itt'Jir.r Huval county UI
demand for >l Mn II. home our coulruturs mire but 'tthe' Iit'in't
; we in
; JIll' to the nU. iwumj I'Jf'ulIIlttheifle wt'It1JlIIC: :JKKIiound II'I.lltll county "l..n.al "CtuOuYt'rJ1r. >
3.10 or more oi
the rubably j
for ma- give
Mobile "
even feuding;, tit I.rui1t* ulr { a IJfn as inntnible tu.IJtaln meet } .
rliine made ehingle which (.o ts at that lion (( the t..", 'n, making It about lUie), an ; +-ba* been orde-rol. and will MOOJI he the eia't li/ure-x, full information oniUubjt I ftI0'.fU1.WM. .

. i IIIJint about three dollars jr thousand, ine'reuse of about. 'ES jtt' ceutl:---. man Waa + here; at...< u number of i>ew box un.l Hat 1 x! ,t.-/' au (''.I. I r lurt of Uuvul 1 l'..Iult' .



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. 413/ H'lt1" .JUT TJ/Oll cu.sr 1x)11.111' SIC the tops: of the trees in Kensington Hardens TART It.-,.HITECHM'U. step. On the :second. story she stopped' before one were stabbing her, and her heart-bltnull,

NOULf""Ho : ; standing out against n sky bright with. Tho which tier between Prince's Gate a door amid knockeel was flowing drop by drop as she stood.
Mrs.I Pierre- way \ No in there I'll tell He hail poktn gently,quite impcnoiull.v.;
all the glory of n declining day. nail is neither short answer; 'c'l 10t
l has forsaken and I Whiterhnpfl : norjileas'ant
111<', niu wciiryOf : he had
point ,drew a low chair to the! open\, window there windings 'im you've {'Olll pante-d the sullenJanltress ) but the scorn whose expression 11l'1
ilark and ilieary. ; I.n 1 words,
journeying on n path' wIIJI"I'rll'I.flut"11 and
: t. in voice
and lay back with closed i.ves. :She: tend, to be : nt the 1111time -showing; the visitor so careful to'r'I't':<:

Ami\ wherefore is: it dreary ? The hints: lire tould not believe it, ould not reali/c it ,; vet tnl'XI"'el'IUI'nilh' serious takl'l; into the room and slamming the door upon seemed (' her with all the !o1'

ahtging that for which she had, given up\, !'Iolnlll'h llth'r 101'uJIpl'ril'II'I'1; any inaclegibility 1\1'. force by ome'subtler means! ; she felt 'paralyzed

Vrom houghs: (that shadows. on the shine nnHinging. was her's at last t, her very own not In,Id' at of! the fr'11 otlur' l'ollarli\e July Minnie( was not sorry flrtlll' respite ; now 1i; ,\ suddenly, her OWluc mi-erable nnd motives -

e ." the caprice of a sickly, jealous! old num. sun beat, ( / hat the moment bad. come for which consciously 1t.o,1; befoie her in r '
Only six months! and :she o was free ; long, fierce tlwIHI"lllhl'I'anlncnt'Iheltlilg or tint oust iously she had I shaped the smallness, she seemed to feel dimly at something -

F:1: I hear: no music: i when one Voice does fail dreary months! of < I'I'Ulilll'll
and 1 her reward terrible down in her Mrotdiimr 1 between and this man, a
me ; they were over, than ever, and bringing, out suddenpoints onxlev. though- deep Ill'r1ef
:My heart I is quenched l ; can day's: high noon was greater than !she had ever dated to hope of brightness) In the -teel hainess andirlossy heart lay of suet ess, diffusing alrungo' gulf never to be, plnnc(1
there a
it >Fm avail me? (thought) to do her justice: :,, she had never cants of Jlrs. i'ic-rripoint's carriage- happiness tlltugh all her doubts.SheglaiKcil Whel Prank { 'aking back was and

mudi occupied herself with uiivvmthv spurulation horses, Moot I impatiently thampinp around 1 her with tinder scrutiny, PI1"l; he stood with head thrown

.\nel wherefore did. Ho leave theo to thy( ,) Site clasped\, her hands tl before, t whll'f 'of aeertain house in Prince'shate nnd her ('eJieII} !she noted the pathetic eyes fixed ,straight befoie him ; Minnie'sarms head

sorrow? I gether and the fingers! of her lltlto'l} ( Jarvis one on the box of little atelll"t lt rllite1ent amid t the utter dropped llerromly to her side, her
I He will return and comfort thee to-morrow." I came in contact with her w"t1,1iIl, the victoria uIII.01n oji the hotpavement !surroundings. Theroomwasrather fell on her bosom: : n few /tl'pl to
Poor Piempointl( I Ho mint: have loved :standing in large but miserably fitted amid furnished the door': Prank came forward and held it

"Aim, my sins me from His love did ncvrrl I her very much to have made Mich a will.] } were by no means a good toutper. jet somehow: it wi.. !'Itallll'eewith' \ open furmerasshepassedthrough, ( ; timefuhdm

His: chiding I thought hard, repining rver." She really .1I1111'c1l'orry( for him that he hud "Haven't no patience with mism' the unmi takhblc mark of culture and\ re.Inllllt of her dress: touched him, and she felt his

died so suddenly. No one !should ever be The patched window was breath on her forehead in the narrow doorway -
Hut He is graciousuk: l'k i-* His: relenting, wilill", :said the e'oathman, grumpily' ;i iIdtl.hapt O\'CII.\ did, look
not
) able to say that /she had} lot respected his n1l leelt of mignonette but she
"' indcol 1 and on such u day WI. 11.
From far He sees the signs: of thy repenting. memory. She rose, 111, taking a key fiom II \ : 1101 the pots: on tl sill ; two or three fine .

her watch-diain, went toward an i:n to 11i"lric''i ingrav ings hung 11 the wall,, (one, she; remembered Pack back through ditty crowded streets,
'Alas late I I Hc'IlII't
too
me wan
mourn
standing in n far corner of the room On the suggested John milillv. iiu'' with 1 thrill, she hud gi\eiihim;) to stately mansions: and }pleasant' parks I
tierCIleerlcsN
way /she Iaui'lctllcfore, a tall mil ror let into Not 'rr /" ( )-"that's not there was n set of m book-shelves with their Forever und fOf'yr'! She had,I received I
contemptuously
: : alone, my lost: .e:
"For His. forsaking, He more close: will own reflection. game or other" .!uri le\'I'r finished that hrowl-Imck'd. rell-l'un'.l. ohimes, ll hidi though impalpable f"rc\held (them
Minnie > was not tall woman, : /she had been rather jealous in the days, there \ .
no
I .1 press: : thee liern'loilt| I :sentetue, ft'rat thispiint he door Wl flung apart ; was nope.On '
Where the sword! pierced' and surely. there but the of her proportions' open mint! Jtrst : Pierrepoint came forth to the on the table was I blue vase with creamy on ,' were the hungry' women irovvding -
will bless: : thee.' Ilu1ellfo\, mummy dchicieney in height; nor was outer nil flowers: in it, one of which bail fallen on an 111,1ushl, at the stall, fiercely eager I

she very Nlight for her twenty-two years ; intleed Whitei hnpelnrnut Whitethapel" (as Jur- oel volume of "The Earthly Paradise." for the eneapest\ bit of foul meat, more pitiable I

".\h, not! His: foes: His: footstool are, kept kind fri'llll were 10111 of piophisvingfor vis said), "the missus" hall certainly\ shown l uotstepssuuwded: outside': (lien the handle than this lady, leaning 1'11' in her liixui'i-

under an obese middle age, grounding their no carelessness with to toilet that af of the door turned ; her heart beat faster ; t OU'lrriagl with the !of despair I l amidselfcumitemht

IJy Him whose hand lad, 1'1tlekl'l' ,1 their bars 11'0111"111 on a certain, by no mentis unbe, ternoon.Perhaps. cicc ; only by a mighty {'Irtlli,1 she raise her eyes gnawing at her heart

lI 1ll1l IeI'. ': and roundness in her fo ri. I some' still.backed people might I to the tall figure advancing tC\'arI11\r. She could :see the long years stretching

She stood for I few minutes peering gravely have costume hardly suitable Some peopleaid, speaking of him not before}, her, and fil the I IVrst time she realized
t lie the tears from nil the children's into her large critically observing l'tll..ilen.lfer wholly that Prank ( her -
wipes : own giay eves t to a ) vvelovv ; :she had 1 cast oil admiringly Juornham what she had forfeited, Ill heartsickened
f.ue! the eurvcs'of: her short nose and ted the : crape[ drew, bonnet nut! mantle, was like 1 lily, and l the simile was not altogether as he came within her great h.nli'll.mll '

And with thin. kiss! of )peace: the bride1 cmhraces. lips, which latter, 8011' one had often told to which heavy she had so d I ill-chosen. .Something in the lines of thought of the emptiness\ : : uf all hoi

a ." her, 10011'11 as though 'NOmiu' bee' Iwelll'Wly the first twelve months\11'reelllurll' the tall, slight figure, in tho( curve of the exquisitely splendor nnd her wealth without Iue.Tel'Jle

t1 O sorrowing sotil such grief might he thy stun which; (thlll.briughtthe" Perhaps(Hush it to was her pale this fate thought, and I \ nnd wore with/some a dark!salt tralCtafl'ut. down weblikc it, lair) head,! graceful with its: neck pale fate supporting and King the, delicate fine } __ ___ ____ _

token, sent her into the corner wh11'Itoll,1/ the mal'ril.-t itself now mid 1 then in thefold feature's: might; have Migge'stcd} the most rmnuiALs i\ I'llOR111.1.'
; 1t 'Tis not the slave's wilt, hut the child's, heartbroken esi('ritoir. She sat down on the anti ever graceful of nil flowers, but there the resemblance '
1001' +. Her hat was soft ami feathery, of OF niMMOIlOKE lilTo.NT's FLUN_"[
: ; unlocking it out a little \ver, : ecasetl ; there wa. no flower-like IIIET .
pull',1 some itc shape ; in the front XV FXm>ITU>\
vv hence came I sc-nt/ of rose-leaves! rll'I-II.IJllil weakness e>r mere swe-ctness!! 11 the t man'sstrong
'Tis not the rebtTby 1 II 1 is. wrath o'irtaken, from which she Iilnt : of Idtl'I'1 tied of her : : (vu heavy, halfopcne'drocs 'I' / rl\'e face, with its well-controlled Tuesday: the .4th, at 1011' following the1fhierratimetruuspurtserosscl

It is the I Tide one little hour forsaken.The together with a 1I1e, 111\1\t. :-:11: took it of 1 deep {'rl'1n. color.She Ii11.1 deep-set eyes. : the Ilarlnll'! at

j out ( tenderly, and let it lie on herlap. !4II'pll.llnto (this carriage(' ami rl'I'I'al',1flr He came slowly toward Mrs.( 2 o'eloek (iineral Wright and stuff hud 11111.

1 rebel frets not that his lord's,\ afar 'nrl'flly. (' thought: wander far a vmuy, to the obsequious: rose and stood calms and Ill'rrl'lJoint.who j ed at the what; Commodore, lodgers 1 had
The slave holds revel 'neath the morning .Number St ; buildings: near 1Jlre of Florida dragoons I
I Oil"1
out
i be- A faint almost | company
IJplt the room, beyond KII"ilgtll. the iiethnal l fireeti; hll. imperceptible lushsl'rlll Ilrin'l 1
t' star. London Mieis 1 wanderlug ti'lCUI. for an instant to ins: cheek, but and taken possession of the town. The last
YOl1 great smoky .\ observer more }penetrating' than nnd it she it anti it railroad train, ladcncd, was: makingits \
V down a deep )e\'on..hir lane, with its: 1 time fleeting as: was: / saw gave hl'a\.i\
his!
Pout and children for ref [
spouse yearn .trtmggling growing the sides footman t might high-1 I her own interpretation.Mrs. way across drawn by two en-

f And turning to, welcome it the health fire of its"reddish. vcgi"alk lnti(1!. Home' 11 b 1- i by her ('I note, than 1""allll i ( wel-trim.tl YOll'I, ( Pierrepoint t1n l he lui.1luwing! grav cly, JllIe:1.: A couple of 'OUI II'I, who prl\.l, I
keep side and they are laughing and talking suttly a brighterpaikle in the eyes: quiver this is: nn unexpected ldcasure.' deiksin one of the stores: WI\11 ,t

burning. together. As: they emerge I from the lane in the ful, red lips ; hit John thinking Minnie's thought was, "How dreadfully parting' salute, but were ovet taken by tier

i -rood( lI'u/'I/lI. an eomes in sight.i A picturesque about] long, hot jimney, 1'lf"r'IIII-1'U- pale and thin lie I looking !l" 11'1' words Ottuua't shells and instantly kille-d ; the ('n-
\lreh
ivy-grown
old of ted. sand-tone, vying his mistress tic IIte 111'1101. wlllh were : Jhl'l'r.uncoupling his engines,escaped across
PIWllUl.OI.\1', hlliI made her look cool and 1)). L Yulee also
.11 Il S. nestles close: by, white-halted cle'r- so I YIII sec it Is a case of Mohammed( and Kx-Scnator was I
( rvur I-riu3uti's: : emr.: out into 1 t tho l'arla1 tolled from he door ; Mrs. Pierre- the mountain., You did not come and see on the train, but made his escape in I small I

funeral the g 'Jllal*passes. Again her (lt'h'II1 J"'ilt' lay hack with wide eyes and parted me, so I have to come to lI'e01." :She: boat to the mainland] although he was near

t couches Tho had deposited was: over tlieir, highly great I mourning rl':< \ hack to the deep haute. (OICeIWJ'I.1: is I sum through which .llle the short, quick spoke: lightly and with strict impersonality, being' clpturl'I-hcnJ the last man to leave.A .
souse breath.' She could not> think her headseemed calicdtime [ ,
the door of ; \ ; carefully] steering clear of familiar !tl'r-whec! flrligto'wl'I'orl..t /
ble burdens: at the large tlC
toether in a delicious, make her flight, nnd
cOII'I"I.1 whirl-hall and the formal)11'. { good \\1"
in Prince's I lout(', untll'l'lIl'll'' standing in litSi Frank' lllorhan.
She is still, with 11:11 terrible. To-d.r, t t.I-1 Wm to was "Pray Jot IJHght to until several shots were fired
before. standing
:
!
i tie ': about hall total dining-room. ling as J'rank l'uzzlel1
gioups( it conversationaland I downcast face and her companion 1111tt'lIIl.lll reap' the reward of hug, of self-de he laid, chair, nnd speaking: at captain (one Jacob ISroek from
were beginning to grow II" I' her Iall' his nial amid self-iepiessioi. There would he a with marked formality. Vermont) per-i-tod' in keeping on, I
looks rcfu'ilg
I if to forget; from windowsbat the light;; of coast the freshlyunshuttered hail IIOWI'Il upon train of thought struggle she was pi'parcel for that, fur Minnie obeyed, fee-ling Ilml'hlw 1 littlechill to surrender, despite the frantic ('ltr'ltll':101:

them (Iirokeotl'suddenly. Jtilmnit'm.trokedlrerlet- Prank was h'rrlbly'oUtl! ; hit of ultimatevitury mil frightened ; :she had told herselfover his frrorlrlkl'l: passengers, r
brought together.When
same was sine. J [ being her !'< children, autl 1 brutallyallow i
und that such be
of and pressed to her lips. 11' 0\1' again wOII.1 wonU1 Ilel
) t life allotted u man to him pets by beyond public the opinion portion and ter Poor Frank, Ilm thought; "poor( Flank! secme-d; in a IIWI.t fev'r, swayed by a "prod reception-hcr tear had no solid foundation, til his boat to lIe fired upon until lie k
i igal inward joy,. such as she hail not expciicmcd the of feelingof found, hopeless-thus endangering 1
was a
the Bible he mutt! not expect to he It was cruel of me to break his heart like only reC1'f'IWC l.rtail escape
very i since the oil rectory elays- like which she bad innocent lives, fortunately, no one
jll'nhlll'I..ll'rhapl though
< always
: awe
i deeply mourned when he does die; and Mr. that; but I was so young: so easily persuaded some-thing
his triends amid who can resist the liebeeomiuesargumentative2 by .t: very want if a sure? had fur Frank, C\'I in the days when she was injured. He endeavored to excuse his! i
Pierrepoint, at whoso last rites : ; llcU wlll'l
heartless conduct that he would
Ami Frank how u> rest tyrannized over him. : by saying
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had, just! assisted: had and outlived ears"by tWII'elr:1 of s"cripturo. : terrible:he \ day he came home AI' '.I'hl"ll h'r OWl thoughts, it was not "I did not know where you live-d till the have been accused ofe-owardiee }by the rebels
three ten Illkl'lthat
those wore : -
> till she far familiar other when the dean told she said if he bad surrendered sooner Hut n
from ( \ beard about it'' don't 1'1 hOle beyond day, mite ; !
circumstances immoderate
i Under the : : 'ulhrhlgelnt\ plates that she was aware of ho of .it must be .' he had, lived South years, was '
his face in the change great change Trinity. 0\11 twenty
think I shall ever forget nfl'r '
it 1:11.It
grief at Ids: loss was not to boexpcttcd; .
makes shudder to it he siene. \111'1"Il was: ro'ised from her reverie Yes: is little bit of rich in plantations amid negroes, owned the -
in.lcl'l\
t reserved for I to mo l'oll'gc
was disappointed: legatees n''al \1
; I :Sir: by 'eiistomed lights, sounds: and poetry 'Oll'sillto many otherwise boat mud part of the crew, Commodore Du1'ont -
} mourn, as! u waggish ('(cousin u "brktlt'Nsharristcr"whisperetltuhSneighhur.. Upstairs: leaned ever forgive back 11'against, the wall with elo"edeyes [ suit.Us, .she looked around\ l her with 1 little prosaic wlllh l\ei. I i is something I to stoic up l in evidently thought the excuse thin, for i

surprise mint.( }iorrur. Frank n cur lie had put. in irons l nnd was so sent
tat': hll
her ory.
the lLl'wl multi widow WlI'ittln with and soft smile broke over I !tlllol OIC'I I 1'1
J 1 I North later The Wnlmsh launches J
after
be able II sirtned impossible.: "I can quite think it; one must need a ,
it to 1
her how Inexpressibly\ sweet was to \III'challl I
55 '!las pod hands and : alone i In
} I [ to external memories in Whitc- few : of shots, secured the
dainty boudoir The sunlight, fulling upon let imagination loo e amid\ think freely of Il'llilVlIll1 great many pleasant exchanges nlikt
and the railroad I and
surroundings his drawbridge, town were
with less ; ; anything I .
tailed of in the Frank (Jnornham, to : : sharp -
her tip points gold richll t''lIl days 1 before, harsh h or discordant or unsightly; ; his: "lrhougli oven is not withoutits N rc'urcly.: without further hostilities.
of those: : 'hltchnpl
thick coiled hair and IY
brown of her } pang rtIO\I'had dawned\ her horizon klI'1 delight in the s"f the harmonious, charms: wh1 'Ull' know them." : Troops were at once lauded, charge
# test the delicate of her skin. Mr. Iterreixiiiit upon '
severe pureness hack it seemed to her that the I'l'altilulhe' :: Iaw narrow crowded "I think would take mo a long time to transferred to the a army ht(he naval authorities -
; There at tho door, and in answer looking '
tap
; was a of from and the work of restoring mad i
she must have been very tol !, rows houses, find them out said Minnie, with a'littlelaugh. quiet
to her subdued\ I'omo In a tall gentleman very ilJul"I\ whoso window\ faces of order began detailing the Fourth Xcw
childish and ( of every hard worn She was wondering how she could by
i n entered, hose! stout proportions in and sleek the about very her.helpless One's: apt hlalf-sturvel people were Ilcrllj; women give the conversation a leas impersonal turn, Inlllh11' as: provost guard, with Captain
rllhull' seemed Im'lonIi
I I with thoroughly keeping Mrs, to pe-ople with to otui's old; self; were Il'ullnj far out over the'tn, with the for she felt that very soon the tumultuous Company F, as provost mar.ital. We
his: clerical coat und gaiters. : grow rusty rCllpcl of their found the town deserted with he
ourselves as: the of danger { \ inner ClllotolSlusi burst through the outer nearly ,:
amid stood before ne-arly
we upon
1 Pienepoiiit rose gravely always class, harshly to ovcr-the-vvay orstreet crust (exception of two hundred whites: and i
down screaming 1011
she. f causesitting: anything composure.1'1
undo said.
I hlllUill : want me ? products e> I'l'rtall
had\you better down unsatisfactory to the barge of training acquaintance, Children swarmed There was a little pause. Mr. Qiiornhamleaned blacks sadly frighll'lllll tllloralizl'l New 1 il
"You*' go stairs, my and if aunt overetoorstcps on tie footway, in the roadway back in his chair rather wearily ; Mrs.Pierrepoint Fcrnandina, over on .\ bla1l, 1 //1
my
dear he answered "Mr.( Wormit is about
; dl'l'UItll'l'h la,1olly crowd mile and half from the "
the round
will.' whipped me forstealing her hunu- jostling chaffering tapped} the ground impatiently a "old" town, being i
read the
to.' Do : think it better that I should be I should not now bo here !I" whimpered the 1 tho "costers' harrowI. eliciting oaths from with her(oot. She had meant to he cautious, the terminus of the Florida lallroall, hadmade \

t yin" em his tothcgallow the nll'n. who lounged,smoking and swearing to lead to the dlluel'lt slowly andcarefully quite rapid progress: in j'ca1 it ,
S present? 'Jtlh1criminal way about} the pavement.Mrs. feeling her ground every"step ; had been Illt-1 climate not too and
dean So forgot remarkably clearsighted Wlrl
Yes I do, said tho deliberately ;
"It was: your: husband's special Mi. Now intelligent young woman who hud givento ( s'ld.l'rl'llI11 closet her but she'hld miscalculated her own strength;; very : hurt'lies,and some line'I. I

luy dear Minnie, if you are ready, we will Mr. li'rrelllllIt| the hand promise-d to another eyes, and a terrible fear struck her like aehill. she could bear the silence and coldness no hundred white inhabitants, with about half
(' in her a What if Frank should he ill, dying ? longer; she must set at rest the wild desire that number of negroes
her his
at once, and, taking on arm, he IUII J'mor ,
lets innocent He and the life which ami\ terrors raging in her bosom. Porn moment The people had beat subjected -
hid niece to the drawing, -rouul, where creature of her own imagination was always II'I"at', dcfentllers.Jlamiy ,
she buried her face in her hands then feet reign of terror by their late .
had thing, much picturesque he must have leading: must have ;
,
the people' including lawyer \Vormit Ilflr11..1 mol
assembled. 'fhcro was u little hush as the and in every r" more satisfactoryLong tried him !ordWhat a long way off washer clasping them tight together and looking left their homes when the Confeile'rute -

1i widow came into tho room ; naturallv "Il sat there, deep in such thoughts, ; destination I How slowly was the carriage straight at the young man, she spoke jn u the troops first Irrin'd. Citizens W"1'robbed

enough she was the subject of no small with dosed eve.s und half-smiling lips moving! She called to the coachmanto clear high voice : in must open manner of( pr visions

amount of speculation and curiosity.Vla'n When /'tIl awoke from her reverie t the sun drive f.ister, but he answered that he was I daresay you are "urlrl"'lllt seeing mo and valuable's, their women insulted, and

Il i" u man dies possessed of something like XiM000 : ,- had set, and\ the air was beginning to hlowiuchih' ;zoingnt a greater rate than usual ; timeneighIuorhoolwaseruvded here to-day, Frank. ill h hap'nt'll the soldiers Wf' In fact so demoralized from
; If it to than your lax discipline, bad\ whisky und iekne-ss that
,
the ', She l hedareduotincreaselmis were 11lther
year, his l possible: inheritors acquire animpoitancc through open Willt I\ I. ; { noble it
unsafe
dvilians .
wliuh tIn'han' never /had be ', a little shoe ked ut hero any one less: great anal I was for to venture outdoors

fore. _\1I1''l'lI turned (openly or furtively onto rli'le vn abstraction: ; it secme'd /I'rhal' direspect 1 ,\111'1 t they emerged from the more crowdthoroughfare's should not have come. I have been very after nightfall. The mortality had

I the >'oung figure sitting near tho dean, to the old man lying in his \vly- I into a closely interlacing net; crel.en' wicked-but, remember I was beenery great among tlll'l, e'spe-eially the

:_ looking very pale and pathetic in the heavytrain. made grave, and Minnie, as }II'rhnl! you; I work of snail -treetsto: the rign round by young Imi inexll'rlencl'll Oh, Frnk. won'lYIU )Mississippi regiment-mea-li" pneumonia' ,
,
.' dress. '1 hen the first: tones of the lawyer have seen, craved, like most of ;I'nr'sl'l the left, to the right Igll1; thl'l (carriage forgive IC' \'ln'tJ give mo back j>oor food awl 'xp"surl carrying off from

u voiced!ret:ted every 1111"'" thoughts: to IU wl'll! that of Ithcl. 1 If her no stopped Ik-fore a lnghlwk of high nar what you offered ul'e Ull I threw away eight to t1 1 day. Judging from the treatment -
the
hands
? Youwcrewillingthiento of their
hand. It will if I even mayseem row-wvulnwwel hon"l '' felt no hliuly' rl''ln.l own
the matter in was out u long ; grandeur tll' Ir
% her
self, I offer were terrified l nt the idea
worthless now you troops '
in spite of legal intr l'udl'i ami rcit'titions' : to )you (oh, hlghlllh'lrl'a.ll'r\ !) to hl'r color coining and going und heart of under\
have bad tinge of meanness we beMting faster ant! she got out my' worthless self und ull have. fa1nl Federal rule ; addtnl to this:
t it tooK hardly toil minutes to read. There a thl'J f..t'ri; nnt
Prank to his feet been told all} sorts of stories
t ::5' were a few legacies to relatives, u few to servants should set them down, to the particular twist told the man to 1111\1 on ; then she knot Juornham sprang tie lnt : ahoutntr'lll'll
but the testator had unconditionallyhcqucathcd which nature 1\.1 training had given to her steadily at a crazy door with I great chalk : delicate nostrils quivering, the, ,pale ('lllit11 by Northern! froops,

IS I tho bulk of his huge property} to mind. She bail\ meant, she told herself. to I marked on it. A little J 1te. hich 1''ml' glowing for an instant with a pink flush 1111 tngchr or.1\ to leave from the
I Minnie too, had risen, an.lItoul1 rebel under threats: of futureMngeunee
his witl.-II'I, Minnie Pierrepoint.There think over things in 1 general way that an ago, the sound scuffle within followed Pierre-point (
her hud gathering the of advancing foot- exactly facing him ; but when she saw hol"tle\ fail to obey it so
on
sac, u hull H pause: if the widowhud night- thoughts insisted by heavy tramp
that swift action of his she came nearer and worked\ upon that \\'t'fl' in
l./lofufl'bhu \ she, ami another moment Minnie found feln mammy
been of interest half-ul'ulI"'lou
object l\dinltell'-
an >
.1'11.
1 wus one something like awe now, and all Iv, bail given herself up to their Ildiht face to fate with a worn-out, sullen- looked! un into his eyes; 1 sudden thrill of ducts to ny who would otherwise ]have re

WTO turned upon her. Her face was Ihere was an irresistible charm in ItHiking woman, who stood in silent wonder pain, ant dread, and joy, 11'1..1 thrugh1tTbhe mal 11'1 A proclamation' was immediately
eyes sad in still ,'Tier. spoke quickly, to words on iuCl iu-uringall protection wIl would' return
Dust t a
very pale; her full nil 111'11|' pressed tightly; tho long t figuring htll'i'rfutnr. I..for und
y her bosom und fell for moment hut she checked herself .The Itev Mr( tjiiornham lives here, I believe his lips: register ut the provost, marshal'sof
I I t C; together; sheclosed; her l''es-Ihllt ruse was; ull.a She und, rising rain; the bell for her maid." 'I ?" said! )1, llerrepoint in her most .Frank, dear I cant hell being rich I lice. lon..ltl'I.llle, elamage hud, been dOle i\\;
,
turne>l to the dl'.LI1luiJ sjiokein u low,tremulous .Jenkiiison; she said, when tl' womanappeared conciliatory tll'S. She stood with { face ,ant or and uth'mltCt \ to tlC hasty flight,
voice "have any Idtl'1 ( me?" The w.mm's naturally sullen expression extended hands; her breath came 11.1 ; looked sad ele-solate. Onestorekeelier <
: number ma'am. 1 did like definiteness there there was a half smile on her purled lips and had thrown all his stock of assorted '
IVose' uncle, would you see to all\ thom> .1 great Jut gathered ; wcrl''tusplcon <
I have orde-rcd dinner for them at to and hostile questioning in glnce a great tear gatherl'tlinhereyes.whichrolleddown merchandise into the middle of ILs J
1 people
Ibturbl"ou. her iheek. store and then turned the faucets of his
*. Pleaso bring shortly, Yts. ,
six 1 should like to go up) stairs. \ 'h1 up "ait
I Certainly; dour," said the clergy n. to me now und light the e-undli-s. shall 1 wi>h to see him," Minnie went on, Frank juoruham did not hesitate ; the molu, and. other barrels of liquids ami let

offering: her his my arm und looking; at her with nut want you again to-night.." with u contnut'll ctlort at extreme suavity flush had faded (rout his dl''k, his: whole their (oltt'nl run on the heap making 1 1
the but there
lips
face was white even to ; Dougla-s larder" for the
In few' moments she was uf
hail had exiieetatioii a impatiently )
no little rc.iI''Ct-he 1.11'r.
dead und l'oul.1rt'joil'e over u little pile of blackrimmedenvelopes 1 The woman put her hands on her hipsnnd was no faltering in the low Ildibel.tellc.. kee invaders still we ha,1 (cone Upol th(1 ,
from the man consequently turning "
the more thoroughly in his lIi''l'O'1igOINt alt containing the same .tc'rcotpyed I looked uiu-ompromi-ingly at the dainty "Mrs. 11erreoint, he said, "l"t there b too suddenly to allow any very great Ill H

'I form of condolenceShe 11'nl'll( each her. Don't know i if you can no misunderstanding between us. I hope tructln atldefeatettheattenl'at' to eli-trov
fortune. "Certainly. suppose you Ilgun.II\i.rl should not be of that form of cowardice t 1 .I, which fount. .
was {
"bluit this !
her head with halfdkgusted :
will dine in your own room? one, then shaking a b' 111 sure, 8 gently busy guity with uninjured,
which the ( of two several cars and '
will au'! l thank, undo. Jenkin-on ; i
No ;; you mO\'II'1 1. with
out of the judgment. more engines .
bring mo some tea presently. I am not little room impatient footstep .Hut I wish t.. S H' him very particularly, Ih't \orh\1 11.1 tttl'k reeovtred
up .Xt sign, lt token (she itmKl not help on very urgent business, in fact" laid Min But there is a barrier us },greater within a .few miles of t.WI, with other

hungry.Mrs. l'ierrt'Ilnt went back: into her Ixmtloir thinking). .I might have existed it-he mile, controlling her irritation, but speakinghalt than any difference of station could haveraised valuable stores. The "MJtkae' also) caj>-
Once I trustee you, believes 1 in turcd\ a bchooner laden with medical
is I shall I have hard a note higher than top stores
which !led into the great empty bed very II'for.
lr'II. makes von, was ready to shape my life fur you. {'coffee etc Al-o, a Nova Scotia schooner
know Frank had
t She would stay there alone that evening work, thing I feel, I 1 not 1 tea yet- e Jl\'er
t p room.und would not dine.. Not that as u is not a man to love twice ; hU character. h mudi of a I\nner.u I give 'im 1 tea early.." llv your own ac you destroyed which that faith ;i"t an was old found hidden up still Ui\'cr She was
blockade
nearly
in things,
faith
rule she way indifferent to delicate) cookery, was jlwa)'a nobler und I Itl'\lger thullllilll; I The wumln spoke ', yet with a certain I will not I you am deeplygrieved era! rUlller. having made sev
l.
destroyed successfuloyages.and
tjl.k
a he seemed far above me. undertone of was just in with
there good of always so protective]
W:1a; angrm
on the contrary in her, nature ; it was; this veryepicureanism She stopped and Luril,1 her face ia her hands I tlw\'rc'i\ huh the other ,\ltltr fl'I that this should have hUl'I>le". i I cargo of 1 jiork, i IMltahl and dry 0an.1
the epicure but I
I' can appreciate year offer, cannot ac- eXI"-.t'll to get out as usual with
which kept her fasting tonight. while the slow tl\r trickled through her "Uut will you please! tell tjuornham \ a return
hud subtler more exquisite feastin lingers; then she. Hung back her head and that 1 am here*.'' 'Cher was I tleeper tlush cept it.ht? cargo If tar and turlt'ltiul but sLo had
She a {- like a statue before him her come om-e '.'
else would not spoil the j'uku aloud. min Mrs. IVrrepuint' face 1 softer brightness .to to Iru\'I"il'll were i.f'
? tore Cor herself; I her face toward j and
hole Oh, in her one it seemed l lovedFrank hant elln\h..l. uplf.l I lgh. ranging; a '
thr
trtect of either banquet by indulging; Ju both Only u v cur-a p.1I.-1 year eye \-lf' the joyful tl1 of a lay on j, h tea dollar II.Uan.
; -
she sank this worn-out creature.
Frank will even ole
time. There was a Iott. golden you forgive me' t fJr cm r.lur
ut the Bams her ami relieved her eaeirttt l The dosed the door, then withouta her dllk, the smile was frozen on her ijis S twenty-five j and the
down
.oft breath uf iuu- on Lurll UkI.
the little room, u << kU' WOIUu there Much haaj llr
in
t light ; but the cheek was ghastly tudt'ting
through the window; mind with one of tho.se long tits of sobbing word! K-d the way up the dark, narrow ,Iale WIno '* for
t.
in open if
met blow in? color in the lull as borne money than food.
know stairs which creaked and shook at lll \1 fnllfl'CI
such
t J,.:>'I.IJ1J, the roof of the houi."s he could!' us; o'nly women enI

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR[ [ : JULY J 31.

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-- r.oIHU.CI':: TU.\. HAILHOAD.:
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I The historical plantation of "\l'W Dnngcijc. prising '' .-,tIt; oranges: of which !.21! l,4s:! I --------j. & rf K I Y I) D I F

.<"<," on ('nlltbt'rhlllil Inland, opposite .\111("- l pl'ri"hl'll l ; from Abaci, one cargo, tontpr1sungllO.INN1 : >! .T.\rKwixviu.K, Ft.\, Marrli Hi. \1)s9 1.
Ij lia, also fell into our posH"!>.ion. The whole oranges!: of which 17,000( perisheil ; On .'IlIll1ftt'r this date Trnins on this load: :
1'I.OHIHA
a. Hand, had been\ given to icncml Nat lumidl 1'1'011Hlrl1l'IIII, parts of cargoes, comprising ('or. CViilor tutu 'Thlr Sis.. rr.UXAXIUXA: will\ 1'11II'' follows:
I hv the Stat :el tN'0' of which JW.SCtO! perished ; \
Green of Hl''olllliOI1IlfflIIl' oranges'
,I:, of (leorgia, II s mark;: of; o!'teem, for hial. from (iuyanilln\ four barrels, comprising .\1'(" constantly adding. to their stmk of Staple' and Fancy DAY) PASSP.XdF.H.: ::: : ((1 llxrut. : ?: nTHY.) "

'..t lant per vices: nt the South during the war of 1.4'1<> oranges. of which (iOO( perishetl. Tin1 ' ) ooo( mUlH:1:4::: '::: Leave: Jacksonville *:.",n ,\. M.LoavoHaldwin 1.
total of w.m-Il( :i 1.
\ Indopcinlonce., 1)ttngeness" hall been hiresideiuv. k i above shows: n grand I DDDDD( SSSSSSSHH :: ': ::::
ll1H1PP 1Hlm: ; : !; ; YYY lililHlliO; ; ; OOOOO OOOOO .llw:\:: .
It in order, but dcferted of which I riOOperishi-djim, average los I DDSSili Leave Lnk(' ( 'ilr .. : \ MLoavo I
was good 1111lIIIW\ YY YY lit< ;< ) (!iii< 00 OO OO OO DD : ..... 1:1111)
except a few negroes) nnd wa,. then own' of I II( percent. An increase is !show of twocargoes I 00 OOOO) ) OODD DD :SSSSSS::;: : : Live : v. M
iiIthode unit i.llI< \ barrels of oranges over the nil 1)1)111t' 'iVY ( SS: .Arrive :Savannah: ... .':l", r. MI I
the I
:
od by iulsoil of gl1l'rallhill !
I 1 a gr 1111) 1)1)11) : HH YV (111;( \ The principal Savannah
order of the preceding year. : : : I eave : :
) Inland. Stringent Wl'I'I'//given imports PHIHHI:4I'S: : : <
ooooo
IIIHIIIII) ) HI: 1m; YY liiCiCiHCi; ooooo) ,
who engaged in I.iv I Oak..... 5.V: 1'. 1.
this
in city are Lease
by, both\ Jon. Wright and Commodore 1 MIpont. importers ) DDDD) $:K': ;:-:$
ooo
YV litiUII; ;( ; ( utt( )
< ;< (
K and in JlII)1I HIt 1m; ... 8N:' 0' r. M t tI
) ; \ regarding the ]>rotrctiou of this: time the trade with the Island of Jamaica, Leave lalke l City '
\ 10I\llrl'IIlIIhll.irk, against any act of van the1'est, India trade generally, are Messrs.A. : ('Iotliin dnliMii. .\ l1on.t'olll llj.ionl.J"ot1it'l'r with N. l-azarus: ('II., Darrel ,V: (Co., William at Jacksonvill": fc:0"i: : r. M,
'
six privates: were stationed there 11\111110 0111' Dousrhvs \ Sou: (J. De Cordova. U.1: MctieeKirkland \ I 4 --- -.--.- MAIL} AND\ l'XPIF.SS:: :::: (DULY.)

\\'n allowed, to enter without written permission It. 1'. ))rl'r& ('0., Gomez: A; Pear- 5:00 .
UKTAIL l PRICKS.ff" I' Leave .I.uk.oiiilli' r :M.Loau
\ : from the senior naval otlicer, and sIll: Kdward, Tilt'on. (II.) \\'essuls.: JosephStincs. DRY GOODS AT l XKW YORK White House. 11:1.\: r. M.Leave .

il then had to 1 be ncconiianii'd] by one of the 1 Joseph ::0:. Johnson, : : Haldwin........ .......... '?: :OO) ) r. )1.
I\\r't. It dill not take many day;: : to res-tor' I The importation of bananas: : from the Leave )Darbysillc) ;:!.* I'. M.:
IIJ'th'ronll. in a measure, coutidctico in the I. West Indies the past!: year consisted of UVi Agdnts for DI.VI.IX., OnKrs promptly' attended tn.'rn Leave Sanderson:: : MI:I))7 >'. M.

(;and, intention of the Federal I l forces: to the I cargoes by sailing vessels.: Of these there Leave Olustee.................... ......... 4:13: :} r. M.
inhabitant. Many came in from .hl'I'Olll1' WI'1'1Il!) cargoes from liaracmi: comprising SAN I IKUN & II () Y :L' Ix-uvoMt.; Carrie... oi': ):\ r. M.
r try, tlfsfrtor": -!generally well armed 1mrousrhly I 11It,4NN bunches, and 1" cargoes: from Port Arri\o I.-Ikl'.ily.................. ........ 'i.0! ;:! P. M.Loavo .
clad-wenpivimr! theiifelvi-s uji. .Autonia comprising! ::!'s.Si't: : bunches ; from l Live Oak ... :2:15!: A. :M.
I and the registering of mitts commenced Kingston! per steamer", .I l7lN! *-' bunches. ; :SKCOXD:l: ) :Sl'HKKT; XKAH: I: CI'.XTHKM0 :: Arrive Tallahassee! 7:0o:( 1 .\. M.Arrivo t.

i Xo one was allowed in the street from the from Mont ego lay per steamers, ".(l.l.'U: Albany: ...HI: I.) \. :M.ArrivoSavannah .
tattoo to reveille, and "order\ retailed III bunches : from Trinidad-S. :! I I bunches. Total \ | |.I'M|.|: \\|I' UKTMt.G : : ; .' ..... !":(iO\ .\. M.Loavo : .
1 '. Warsaw." Meanwhile: the gutil>oit:: with number 1'11111'111' of bananas: : imported) :Savannah: ...... JSO: ; t'. :M.Leave .
\ detachment: of troops., had been busy \vitlrwoniioi.ssjiiice.s I II from the West Indies, : :.:o..tIDI.! of which 79-! KU 8 SIIII I CHANDLERS I I : Albany 4:00:: 1'. M.Loavo .
<. : : during the first of which I MS perished on the voyage, nn average; ) losof'Jti <. .'HOC Tallahassee: : ... 6t-: 1'. M.Leave .
I\ ntt.tu'n was. tIrttl into by; the llississillli\ !reg I ; per cent There were also imported I II Live Oak: 2:1.: : A, :M.Leaxe .
I W imentlio, were! & tatillll'.-'1 ill heavy masse: :!( I from ptnwall' per :steamers. :JIO.UHI' I .AM M\I-KKS t xII.Ai' Lake (.it" 3.0.\: I M.

.. ry 'nil the bank", .1 number of sailors were i bundles: of bananas: of which :\-:.(MMhiinehes I '''- ,* 4(1.( ... I ,. ,.,. .. ... '" .--- '., ,' ---'. .. .*.. Liari'it.. ( Carrie.\ 4:1S:I A. )r.
'. Wounded by the "bower of bullets purred |>erished on the voyage: nn average: lossnf17J I -- I .t'1'--- -- UIil'li I.nn:: I : 1.\\"l'llIlI.h'l': ............. .."..... ...... 1:10: A. M.Lcavo.Sandorsou 1.
on her (leek She: ipiickly returned the tin per cent. There was an excess of 40MN( ) J| l l'It__+J 1. _J l______j l,-_ I:1'li. (1'i2tt:: A. M.
, :' from nil her !!I1I1.IIIatll..1' with grape tun l li bunches, of bananas: : : over the imports of the a -"" } .,- N'N leave D.irbyvillo. :i:1o: ; \. Jt.Leavo .

t ; canitur. with appalling\, \ : dli.'I.t.killill; tool previous year, and a decrease loss of :L'l'Jpercent. !:!l I I ____ Haldwin' ..... ................. (Jlo: .\. M.Leave .
\youndinua treat immber. With theoveeption \,' The principal, and in fact the only I White lb1nt.. 7:05: t. M.Arrivo .
of this and a lew trilling; sfcirinNhosthe : importers of Aspinwall bananas: : in this city I I Jacksonville. jfll': .\. M.On .
FrHXHTHF: : ALWAYS ON h HAND.210lV '
ISTOCK: OK :
: A L-AKCK: :
gunboat 1IIt1'l'mI'1I1WI'I'I''! tnnnulcsteIby; are the Messrs. Frank. 111'01"l'NC. :Seymour
1 the 1'lIl'IIIV11II't.I la1'\: "' St.: John's, Jack'souyille Hait. and Joseph 11. Uathburn: who compose : \ )1\111\1\11\ l Kspress: \ : Train Stooping: ; Car:*
:and Hrnns\\ick: :' were peiicesibly occnpied the present: lirm under the l1allll"f run through to and from Jack:onvillo and

\, and heM I by our t'orcinot.; \ 'how I Frank: llrothors: Co. ] S.I Savannah: ; also Lucas Sleeping Cars run
NU:] SE IlI
ever until the enrajeil; : ( ,I :iecessiiini'-ts hail destroyed The i importations-of: pineapples: consisted i of AKLWCJTON thniiiuli tonal from Jacksonville: and Tnl-
mallhUlldl'c,1 thousands of dollar lahassee.FKIIXAXDIXA! : .
;,<) of which S : were fromKlouthora
worth of property.;\, Lumber, valuable inilNetc. : cargoes,,t 11 from" Cat Island cargoes, S from Covernor's I I --_ .. : ) nXPHKS-s:: ; : (() \.\)

., mostly: owned I by, Northerners: wen l Harbor, !4) 1'1'011Ia".all., :.r from ..I1)tno : I i \ 1a'ave.ln.ksorltille: .............. ........11:15: .\. M.
,. given to the) llames. So: \'1II111l'1lnlch,1 :II from' Hock Sound, .'{ from Harbor Island : TKOI'H'AI. ami Spul.'I'nol'I.U.:: FUflT TUI'.I'.S.: : ICOSiS: IIU'Irorsumi : ). Arrive.Uddwin .......................12'M:::h. p. J

they carry this destruction that the I'nioi 1 from Tampum Hay, 1 1'1'01111:11111: Key, Arrivo 1'.I.IIII.lillI.: ............:...... :1;|II m) I'. M.Leave : .
rcconnoissam'c: was litl'I'allmlcll'll by "pit :2 frontluyaguez) ]part cargo f..omlIli. 1Iil. I'.\'E: ltltl.N: sniu' itsnn
lars of lire bv niuht 1111.11'1.11.1.; smokebj: and, comprised I :2.VixV:! : :? jnncapples. Tliere : Italt1 vin............................ l 1:4: \I'. M.Arrivo 1.
Ila\'." The l old I 1 city of t St. Angii-tinc was surrendered were also imported, per steamers: \ ; from Havana Jacksonville ........ ........... : :: p: M.Passengers .
,l to the commander' the'nliiinl]\ '' 21lis : Fornandin.i and Cedar K.' f,
14-'I.W: : pirn-apples: from Kingston : I. : fur : : : y
i without resistance or any destruction being; and from' Montego Hay, 10, !l(1i.< (: The'' WANP (11011.1:11'I'IIS' : :: Itu l.I.-(! Ortiu.o Troos MADK I ) : A S1T.CIALTY,, take this train. Xo train from' Lll.bran to
dono to fort, or PI'"pl'l'ly't the women (toe hill'rl."t I
total 'imported: from :Sunday.CoN.NWTioXH. .
number.of pincapiles] I Ceilar Key on
of the bitter) only having:: cut dowi. the |places above named was; 2,7lono: :?, of __ : : .-At Haldwin with A., Ii. it
the llagstalVthe: night previous to the surrender which 712'K)1:? : !) perished on theyuyag..huii W. I.T. H. I H.: for (sedan, : I Key tiainesvilloand
\ prevent' the I'nlon Hasr from being hug average) loss I of :2!fi i per cent. .\ cotupari- iti":41'11.1: for Hl'-l'I'iti\'t! Catalogue.: FC'1III.lila.ln.1 all North nndWest
h"j.te't.-R. ('. llnncr, in I'liHmlifjiliiii Time. Ai.ur.uT: i. I)11'ELL.: \paints
:son of the above with the imports of the ;; at ,: City Tal ', Albany.

preceding year shows an increase of about .JACKSONVILLK:: : : :-n\"lIahl\l: all points' North and West ;

TIII: TRAin: ix Foniinrnurr: to.oiMl' pineapples.: ttf .--- ._ .-- at Jacksonville! with : Johns Hiver; Steamers.

1 The facts: with regard to the trade in for' Cocoannts named places were imported during thin from past: the year following via: ii. i::. nO'I."IUIn.: : I II OTICIITV: &v RitOT111:11: W.: M. Dvyiiisox) ; .1 S. la"\'J!lELWY.\ ,) 'tl.
1 cign fruit at this'! port are interesting; a' I
I Isral'si,112,1NNi:! : ( 5 ; :San Andreas., 1.iIIl(111'1' ,//(.;{ ; I Second ::411'1'1'1. opposite Post-otllce, Superintendent.ACKSONVILLK.
I showing the details of a large business, am __ : ._.
.M'.0o2; ; ::! (Cart ha-
steamers
Aspinwall: : ( ,) ;
I; i one serving! in greater moasure than is gen gena: ::17I.4:1{ :):2 ; Falniouth' :21S.OIM! ); Huatan Tj( EHX.IIlX.FJ.t: ) ( 5IDA, :: I :, PKXSACOLA: : AXDMOIIIKK
the .
in
to assist swelling :: \
orally supposed: : ( :. : .:' : ; J. .
:217.rOO! ( ; Montego III,1'1': (\, .tcatlicr)154.-! ) ., .-.. : H.\I .
III the l following ..,;,. f IHO.\
iovernmcnt revenue. report "I 1-- :
: ..... _:;
I'K\U:1t Ixflue ...._ MV5: Honduras, t 13siM: ); Port Antonio, 1..270 : :?,- 1<. .f'! u
; :1' 'H
I l'lItll'IIUIII yI.TIIVXSPOUTVTIOX'N OFFICE I
t which is from the pen of a .' :-i jl." !,'- ... .1
";: }
whose position and( experience give addi ; Port Maria IOO.OIM ; Kingston, (persteamer. ? t ; 'tI''JJ' :, Ft.v., February i':, IN,.u. j
J : \ .) .".>.4 1 tiollalllll'tll'lI\III'I'( to what he says, some of I )i'' ," I ; On and after Monday' Flbl'II.l": sl),
l r the more suggestive; and striking; statistic.- 21,000; i ; Mayaguez. (part cargoes: ,) tO.I.'fO: ; I t' ;;.. ., f ... nIJ .:. ;: : III trains this road will 1'111'1,11ow -
San Ann's: Hay, n.'juo li; San Domingo, (per _:-- .. .' ..'" passenger "I .
:'-, \. are given. The report i ii the eleventh annual I .A.,.-_ I' '::1'. Io1J viz :
1larieIhnINN;{ ) I'
s>toainerM)7,0Hi: ) ( ( ; ; making a 1 .. -' ---.i "
; one prepared by him, and relates; : to !UK' ; N :$. .. ""ii--= t
of \ cocoanuts which 1'UOVIS: 1'ASSI'NilR'l'IL11N-1ASi': ; ( : )
total
I .
S/.li-V' : \Rf -iJ
'
,; foreign fruit received; at this port during1N7 ; gram: !J" '. ,,oo. [ '\\I nOP\l.
t : and of :! nt.... ) jt.
comprised' the cargoes'' parts cargoes: .m'H" .... ...: : ..1 Leave Chattahoocheo..daily
t +' !>). He says: : : there i is. to he oh- of 111 vessels, exclusive of steamers. Of the x''I.' !' --.s.. -:.::;;.,....J;.', :,0.'r..lWl .-, Ll'I'l.l l finny.................... ...... :3 :22 I' :3l..t .
-
In the present: report above (U2,210(!: : cocoanuts: perished on the voyngo : : 1 J .. ;2. tz.7"..! .! ; 'Tallahassee! .............. ...... OOOv, ):t.
tt t 101'1'\111111 increase, generally small West, in Indiessrid 11I11,1"I' a loss of s per 1'111. .\ comparison of Cn-toiners: can rely up n gl Ming ('I\\I loll'l': I J" 4".r':\ --;-!-:::: .=-; -::; i'J Leave Monticello .............. ....., 7 in t.. )1.
1 the i of fruit front he '
imports increase in tho the above with the imports of DS7H, the resutlt.h I ,. \) --=: "'- \\,. Leave Cf.t.I\.jll................ ..... H 3S:: I'. }I.
ti l : greater; from Mediterranean quumtityoffruit The ntm' decrease of !sl,3o7) cocoanuts.! JOODS( ): asNOTHING ]) Leave fltlblll................. ...... !hI) 20 Il'. )t.
i imported the Jovernmeiit from The principal importers of cocoanuts from Leave Live Oak) ............... ...... 2 I M A. si.
t11l"trallt.re"I'II\.w.deri\"liLLy\ of shares in the increase Central and :South .America in this city are r.- .\rrlve:4avllllah.: ............. ...... !IIHI> ( > .\. :>i. I.
,_ .. .d The liability?,! course to loss, and damage resulting Mrs. Catherine Hrennan & Co.: who import () ( HUT; Ti Il': I-'INKST: HIIAXDS)) -- .\rrl\Thomnsvillo -.......... I ...... O.VIA. 1.

: from the uncertainties!! of a sea voyage forman from San Jtlas) ; Messrs.! "'m. Jex it ('II., STOVF-S: IIKATKHS; : : I HAXKHS(! : .Albany, .................. ......10 :2.1! .t. )t.
I conduct of tin from Kuatan ; Messrs.: : .10..hl1'fllel'r ('II., : :
in the
important factor from :San BIas and Huatan: ; 'Ic..s rs. ( iorneit ; / are kept in -Iod k. TIX AMI :SIII'I'fIlONll: : : :, .t.ru'itt' ,
fruit trade, and serves to make it extremely __ .__ ..__. .____ 4- ---.--- .'
hazardous: 1'1'011'l'lIr to The 11111"11'1:1'tiOIl : Pearsull, from lIaral'ou.'fhl'lmportatioll IJOOFIXJ; ) ( .\\lIl1l'TTEJlXl1.: Arrive Jacksonville .......... ...... ? ,1 .\.7.
of Mediterranean fruit year at the (port ol of limes comprised n ISM o. s. OAKIS; ., Arrive Formindina............ ...... :3 h 10 I'. M.
New York during the year 1870!) consisted ol10s barrels, on which there was a 1 loss of :xi: per ( 't''iIlhllt1'1)O1)( : } Pl'MP, Ktf.: Arrive Jaincsville ............. ....., rtOI p. M.Arrivo .
1.111-:1: : .............. ...... 1)) 30:: :
\ cargoes by steamers and 51 by sailing cent. ; 120.IXN) grape fruit loss 10 per pONTUACTOIl AND l In .\ large; stock of Stoves! on hand Hive usa < Vdar Key p. M.
; vessels, and comprised) 8 Nt,7)) boxes mud cent. ; ,14l ,shaddocks, loss: 5.'J: per cent. ; call, and compare our prices: with those of I.\-:4I'\n'::: : ( : 'I\IX-WIST: : HOUND.: )
:l\ rasesufIiraogesnail: ytx( >,r ).")of lemons' showing !HIH"I, )) plantains: loss! 2. per cent. ; :!$,(IIIIO ):IANI'FAI''it'Itlt other houses: here or oNewhere.: 11 VI. ;lkllU i ....daily i at..... .1 30 1'. Jt.
; an increase 'Ij(! cargoes' by Jo'ICUlIll'l'lIl1tl mangoes: loss, MO' per cent. There were also Fcrnandina.......... ......IU30.t I ):t.
I :21 by sailing vessels and of .I2.>,7 and! cases: over the f importations) of 178.! darins.cantaloupes: sapodillas.alligatorpi'ars: : TURN) HALt'STKIt.STAHt ::-l. MWJIS:\ : Leave (Vdar KI't :30 A. M.Leaiie .

\ The number of oranges: was :jlI731i'V; !) 1 : of mamma: apples) und watermelons! on uhich HAILS. WOOTHOUOHS > KAY:IB-:: "A IFirm AXPFACTritlNti' : AM. FntXlSIIIXO(; Ualdwin ................. ...... 7 OO I'. u.
which it asserted'! 111)173,1 1! ; (;U7:! perished on there was a loss of :2.!.i percent. The countries :;, $:;11111111'IUTI ,. l j Leave Ijiko I its ............... ...... S 0 10 \'. )).
the voyage, a loss of till (per cent Tho number and places whence the foregoing: varieties '\ I 1'1:1; :ltULhU-: Leave H.ivaiinali ............... ....... 4 30:: I'. M.
of lemons was .H .ljnj.o. of which it of fruit were imported are the I'nited 1 1NOAxu1'I.O()( l HIXC IT X n I It .\ K I': It Leave 1 it'e O.Lk............. I ...... :2 1.:'' A. M.Leave .

is u I'rtl'lll1a-tJI.IJ41! :! ; perished on the voyage States of Colombia, Mexico f Central and MadNon: ..,...,.......... ...... 3.11: A, M.Loavo .
; a loss of ;t"> per cent. Total number of South: ..lmeriea'enezucla, Hritish) \Vestmm: ST., FF.H.VAXDIXA, FLA. ; (irifiivlllo" ............. I ...... .1 I :'Rl) A. >r.
orallgl'oll1nll: lemons, :V)4,027)73:? ; boxes and dies: french'cst Indies, (Cuba Porto Ilion: Stair aiul ('intrclt, Turk Leave Monticcllo .............. I ...... ft (III) .\. u.

cases of oranges: amid lemons: l,7.sl--'Jl.: : F.ngland, Scotland: France, Spain) Portugal, A SPKCIAL'EY.DOOHS I 0\rrive'1'alallus.ee.) .......... .,..... 7l"' A. u. i
There were 44m5: barrels and .V5,72l:? half- and) Italy. The value of green fruit entered I IA'avo'ralalll"l.; ............... .... S 30 A. )r.

I 11:11'1'1'1'111'grul'e:4 imported last year at a loss for consumption at tho port of New York. :: AX)) WINDOW If 1.nn-\:: .. I.I l"lH.r......... ........... ',.....l'(4.t.I' .
of 2. per cent., a Might\ decrease: compared: from January 1. 1H70' to December 31, 17" Arrivo t1ittallHIII.l'........ .' ......11 30 A..t.
with the iinMirt.s| of the preceding, year. is exhibited in the following table : I IJ Post Olllce Box 174. 01"1.1.b :SIXF.S.; ; t c coxx'Krnoxs.At .

The trade in Mediterranean fruit during J urietieaof Fruit ]'tlur.. ]>uty. Jan Fernandina, Fla. Live (Oak) oalith the u\'allah.

the past year has: been disastrous to the parties Oranges nnd lemons, ----.----- +--- -- FIIrhlu and \ Iaiwa.r: to und from
engaged in it, ('sP(-('Itlly to the pr(1( IIl'- 21Jpt..cumt.: ............ $!,!>I1H.OOJ 1! : $.V"3SCio, (W .A\GEL k I"UUXU: ers. The price of box fruit was as u rule Ornl'l'.21)! i er eent... :!:!jIJlt 45,402 W) W'I'rn.ill' '
very low, particularly in the case of orangesimfiorted Pineapples( ) : =20 percent < \' daily with tho Florida Central
trait <(< 'antanla 111111 I'a I l'rIJlO. These ....................... 1(.->,:"!,7 21o.MOHananas :! 13 AKIR.4IN!) COXFIXTIONKUS) : :: nTAI.I.lt'HI'4.: ; : WOODKX: ('OFFJXSAXD Hnilroud I to and: 1'101 Jacksonville. t

were seriously ail'ccted by parasite which 10 per cent.. :3.x t :!?, 173 3S.17: al) j) (AKE1'S1111'1 ; :;, ;Augustine, Patalka, Kntcrpri.-o, Uli l'inding -
greatly impaired their value. A large pros J.IIIIl'oI.trl1l'e! fruit cllnlrlil on the St. Johns: Hlvcr. '
]x>rtion ut the fruit arrive in" bail order. ,.shaddocks plantains At HalduIn dally with the Atlantic, GnU
W :: MKTAL}: AXD! SILVKU PLATKD
( rot''rJ"H 'JJllrl'l mud .1'ohIlN'o,
l > ,
The writer who has hail largo >erience in
:
exj mnngocs.mundarins iiid \Vfst India: Hallway to and fromKcrnandinu '
the, I-\1l'l'I'Slfull'ultlnlli"u und management ,cantaloupes: TUIMMIXCSjjrtfCXJXSTANTLY; ; (Ca; 'lrul"i Vdar Key, undA'ith )
of all varieties: of fruit trees, suggests; : to theprtxluced melons, !supodill.is, TOYS AND FANCY AUTICLIIS.; l/wil. KeyVesst and
ON HAXD.HodicN I I .-rte "h'.um.f
of oranges a'er simple remedyto alligator. fruit, l la- I// \a: !! M
insure s| eody extermination of this destructive )uall'l'll'!', ana watermelons 1'icnus At Chattuh'Nlu'etl"r.ehium weekly I withthe
Weddings i Kntcrtaininent.s: and) ,
insect. This: remedy consists in : 10 I People's Line and Central Line Itnats to !
percent fnrni he l llIt the sliurtc notice sit k-Uit-
< 1'111
wusheil 1 and
thoroughly scouring the bodfcs and large !4,315' : U'USO: tom at dressed 1111t11rl't'rvl..lI"lti andApulachicol I front Columbus, Kufuiilti, Foil iaints,
limbs of the trees with common hard soap) Cocoanuts, free....... 213,4w: price: .\XCiJ'IB.KEltY./ ; : :; UemainsoxhuiiMil! burial with or without the iise;of ire and other Hivcr bindings.tfKlegant r
and sharp sand. One or two applications ulltll.lal'11111 cases fur
$ : Slwpingund Parlor CWthcs.iMHlrntfand .
( ('II t :Street,
will entirely eradicate the parasites: and render Total................... :*3SooVS40: ,!' Ul 00 2 I I'. O.m liuilding. ri-movul., \\' Lucas J'III'lt. run daily between -
smooth 01'1'.111.1 Telegraphic-orders attended to.
promptly
the bark of the trees perfectly ; A of the value of fruit I I Tullahassee und Jacksonville,
comparison green ------- --- -
and healthy. Hud thL'simple process! beenapplied that of shows 37-:3ut $ timo, sure iKrfvttMifety.
iniM| >rtc.d! in l/ 7t! with 17 an .. 1''Ct ------- --- --- -'Quic'k tutuu't'tin"i
the trees of JtatanzatI'e.t ; 7 'I' K .
:
to orange increase in value of ill:? ,"!)"), amid of duty. ( .I"\\.at\ ImJIlH( '
\ Indies, many years ago, they would $23.425. J. H. HOSTWUK. :0-If: .lasterTruushmrtatioo.-
.
been this dreadedpest.
not have : destroyed by
United States; of Hur-
Inspector: : Customs
Tho writer would simply add that he lill 'slip. New York A. W. LOHMAXX'S \{'. I{ HA I'INJ! (4IT,
millions
destroyed untold
has successfully
Xtw York Timet.A .
-
.It iEXT, .
of parasites by the application' of the remedy
: AXD HOAltDIXr HTAHLliS.:
above uggested. The writer again dcsirts -FAMOUS- L1\.my WHOLES.\UNU JLYT.tZLI3UTIII:1.1NI

to expres'.the obligations he is: under' IIEX'S CfBiors JhTCII.-\ gentleman of I CAUUIAUI-W: AND WAfiOXM ) HKALKH:,
to Mr. Frederick !S.. Ito iinstui, of this city, unquestionable veracity story whohe : I'reparotl flour jlOCK
for valuable information rect-ived in relationto truth he asserts to he al>ove par. For sometime 'J'uJ1llcl from Steamers und I Trains.COXTUACTH IleuliT ANI. Ice.TKXXKSSKK .

the ouantity of Mediterranean fruit imi 1t iast a hen of his had bi-cn conspicuous! -- : FOR HAULINO, KT: <-, : : : : : .A SPKCIA
>orte.J into New York during the past year; by her absence from the premises, and there ron SVLK : HIaa' VI\
also to )ll'o>Int. William Itutli.( the Audis were fears that she had t been lot These ONLY FIVK: CKXTS: I'KU: I'OUM. iursmM $TaJr Wn\nr, .
JIOIHl'CjH1': :"I HAHXMSS.; I IClt'fH
tor'N Office, in relation to the value or green fears were very agreeably di-itcHed, however 10-tf ..m .\:\lJX.1" '. ,
fruit annually arriving at this port, and I the on Friday, when she made her appearance : AXDVAiOXS.. I .---.. -
different oountru-a whence it is un|>ortedv singing in her gayest manner and stepping "tirT.mfS: (AHIi.'tbz; .J.\JUS: 11e( n''IX
The imjiortations of oranges from the West along in her mriglrtlleat tyle. Just! behind ft-tf. AT OLD. 1'. O. .)) and several her diminutive to which -- ---- ----
Indies consisted of sixteen cargoes were some objects JlruItJIIl"tff'l't Wharf. 4'j-tf! f'IONTf.I'TOIt .\ X U U11,1) Kt, r
parts! of cargoes, by sailing vessels: : also, she ever and anon gave her undivided atten .'. 1VOOIJ, Jr., J I
3.'J,jJIi; barrels of oranges per steamers. Of tion. The slowness of their progre rauited Ins.1: : : C.\lUU:.
the above, :2Is0? :! l anvls were from Kingston ; the hen's owner Ui rush out and see what the /:1-:: NKWSDKALKIt: : : Alacfiiui Strut, 11'1\1 Second ami Third
Jamaica, and connirisfl 1 7,4iOltW. brood was this time. He was astonished! to rltlilR1)'l'. : ., Her.) ('E TKt: \LAf'JIl'\.
range+, of whi( h:3ii,5I11'erjshetluil: : :? the see the hen cover with her wings twelve little IMXJKSKLLKU:; ; : HTATION'HH.Denier : 1 FF.UXAVD1XA, Fl."l 1
voyage. There were tifteen cars'** and! !>.) I I terrapins. Soon she was reaNurel and nus.\: JS.jo'J.( *.\.,
barrels! imiN,rteil from Mayaguez, comprising I allowed him to get a look at her treasures. In Taiiey<< Arflelcn, Orders and .timatc.(rOIL a d>:anco lurtl'uhly -
which l.Dlil'rt' jx-ri-he.! I The family called out to the lilte'mlthrl 1 tiMAS ._ 25-lf
4aft.su.j: oranges,u( were see won I'EALEKIX Till -- .- ----- ----..
on the voyage ; from Havana 7,21': :!! lurreUcompriinf2.W7.7A der. The owner of. the hen then went back f'unEInu! ,. Jo'It\.\XIJlX.\, F'Rlwlr ..\. <> I*, u regular rctn"
: of which 1,0'ls-: the she ha'l ( and found out how 1.-Ther\\1
: :: >oranges; o. way come gelalil<'N, I. lge, :47,
-I') jierisheil: from Nassau, 2,74 barrels! the eggs were hatches .\ terrapin which l'uIIl'r. Picture "ruJU. )::1"Mkl't.ff. 1).Y .\. M., on \Illa eveniiur,: ue21st
f(.mpri.ingyiD,'';'i!> 4)ranges. of which :-J!!!1I.21JI hail laid: the eggs had deserted them, and I the ISrwlwme't, ('ru'luet t4cts, Band (hoes. I lmrntM. COXFKCTIOXKKIKH: : : Ktc.: at 7? '.'e lock khurp.JoIJlav''tmiui,
)
"hetl ; fniu M-mtego Ray 1..W! barrels, motherly fowl concluded to Kit on them. etc. ... h grout varier,. are frutvrnully invited to l.rtJ1
-ompriing 771.0K oranges, of which 317,2: WpirUhed This she had ,done arid the result! was the .u.h .. Hcwllll Machine tieell e. t/jl, eta. Hluw1 (ian lell Ht-wli: Flower, Farm and W. .'atl'lll. w. }l.'

; fit>i 'frinitlaAlIn barrel, turn- twelve young terrapin. ("'ll'l*r Inkstands, 75 ('en'.lI. jur-k-n Imph-menti.: 7 if Jons .\. ".1ruy.: Ktretary.Fant" .'I.


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Tin OUTLOOK. >'oung city, the enai-it.ll of a county containing PITCH PI.n; LUJlllrn. GI'1n 'OIlotS''
: l1'lJo1Ul MlUKO to our
... >A The M;'::niof!' the times point to iKinooratiouccess probably' the lnrge; peculation' in the The lumbr-r 11'111'1 of Indiana, Iowa, \\ take pleasure'of, (Jov.II trl'I'I'ntill spce-eh In

-: --' nt the No\ember elc'ition. It is to :State: and that with public >-pirit end energyon Illinois, I" Xrbl'loka and Wisconsin rClller I portion! of June'

KI Tl'lW.f' r, ./tJl. }' .f/, IS.'lO.J)1 be borne in mind, iiowour, that this, mr<': a
to
1 want
for the main part be preduated on the continue'il nrnvvth and, an increase of its! 11'11 The object, of the association is While on the another floor, that is!uy not ex-
about ollhjlt
'I'U.IU: winds
nCH'n.\'I'U' absolute .strength of the pait.v. and, not, onex bu: ine-ss and pro |ic'iitv.I 1,'. the protection, of its members ngain sale"by germane to this illl', but I Mmll tint
uctly
T7i- r/,7// IIf frwf ?t'l jury, tlif /.mfccnAc ,* corpu.., pes tat ion of accessions from tho opposing I whol'sal' dealers; and manufacturers to have another opportunity, and us the it is:fnM inicplvtoiemnrks

/! liberty <>f lieT...., IIir firctlnm nf ffirerh, ranks or adventitious aids, linbtle-)' the Tin: \JOKO i\ Tin: sour. ('IWUlll, and the giving of Mich otherprotcUion that dropped Senators;on on

the ?/ltln,1 ti'ilit" *:f i><'>',">/M, ,,mir/ riV/AM of Democratic ticket I is, .'trong in its: jHrnmmt.Jen. It was in the oidering of 1'rovidencea u-s may be' within the limits of cooperative day 1 sat in the Senate indulgence., from :: It Ii's inreference .
}>rr>)irln, iiiiirt l>r I"0(!.::S. HVNCOCK, : that side. I u-k jour
in General: Order, Xo. 40,.Nov. IT), Hi>7.Afittliitt'l (/ Hancock is a thoroughly 1I '('('\,lahh'rltlllliJall' cruel but necessary experinunt of the ill- nsiixiation. to the treatment of the colomlruecby

and, will not rauie the li>"s ofotcs timed, colored, exodus, to Kansas: last year.Thciehas The price's ,!quoted, 'as of July 17, in New the people' of the Ninth since I the war. 1 I

I Itltrre'f't! r? iiitliindutr tidntft/ ami me ru";J'OlltIi' -WlMMM/ //[/ iiliit,nScrifT \. to his, party, but on the contrary, will alwajs: been a I'er'clltllge' of the York, areas follows : know that to much riots and was bloodshed!ni.laholt. in!worn the Southsoon'aftc tloti.

HvxtiicK.' strengthen l.is, ticket: hut the patty must! bo colored race at the North, but their increase! YEI.I.IW IIN-t\IUH: ruujs.; monv as: 'r the war. Much of this testimony

strong enough to elei its: tl<'kt,t ; not borau\ e has borne no sort of pmpoition to that of Timber........................:22 to f.'j was from sources wholly unreliable and unworthy

HJKGENERAL rmHUIINT: : tcncral Haneoek! I is, at the head of it, butbecause the white luce. Take Ohio, the home of tel plank.... ............... to an of (rltit Hut I have admitted thntthel'l'
: W. S. HANCOCK, I .-i ....................... :LMto I 'JO1Tooimg was some uft nnd I 11\1 given 'll the
he I is, the United, choice of. gnat ( iddings, the loefction of the Western re
a 'Jil j to US t
......... ... ... reason tor I it. X n I.I\me to tc1 you hit
OF I'ENNHYt.V: ,VMV.VIr.PHl party which I is in the majority in this: 101111try. !ll'f\-a, *1 rOllg nil -slavery: ('i immunity.-and 1 The quotations for white pine on thesamc thlt.la has: passed.)' I' and I can

The struggle I is i, not going to be, so mm'hbetween we find the number of negioes in I Sod, 2VMl date : speak mote certainly! : in reference to it, because -
.
}'on '>llKXT.WILLIAM ) Wl'f' there-we havens
Oe'ii. Hancock and 01'11.! Oarlh'llll1:1 4 in iSOO( it had increased only ll.noo, in- I am better
H. ENGLISH: ; Hill tlllJl'r....................t-'Ho: $.,5 community to-day as clalorf9111 I
between the two powerful parties tlicy r\fl") elusive of (the runaway slave: ; in 1-0 it had Deck .................. .Tito 40 (.11.rh.Ill'Sorthl'1 I I'ectiof( the Union have

OF txmvxv.Hr.sinr.viiAi /ent, and the4>rinciples! of which they lire nearly ic-.n:bed, ttJ.HjO, and probably' does not The retail jard quotations for white pine in theirs. Law order reign supreme.ali

} : : n.i.rioits.PTVTK : : the exponents, -the preservation of mir exce-ed, that now in a total population' of range fl'ol common bo\ut 4H*1 to $1!) to he who inflicts an injury upo law.a colored Not only man

: ,XT i.,VUUK : form of got; 'eminent I, the proper' distribution over tlnee millions. ThclH'groat the North jard ti-aI, fn to joo. must thetolored answer lor rate-has it' to behaved wrl; they

NAMIT.L: 1'\ CO, of .Tenet-son (County.ALHmn'J. of the powers! of the State and )Federal (!ocrnmcntsasa \'- can only thrive (it I it can be called thi'ill to The manufacture of Southern pitch pine ure thaI vtorkingvvc.il: nnd we feel 10lt kindlyto.vardthem.

I. IW :'mJ.r., of Duvul County.FIIIST cheek and balance to each exist) in the cities and towns ; hard, labor in is mill/.h more expensive than the white Why should we not? They

WSTUKT-: other, the careful demauation of the limits the countiy does not agree with him. Anclfmt i pine ; the freight is i heavier by weight, and were rai ed in our households, had the masterand te-
of the :
J. 13. YONOH, of IJscMinbia: County.fifoM of lJXecul \"t', legislative and judicial power, was! m:ide to) build a lailroad in Kansas it is of double the .olrl'lIgtl, durability, and the mistress looking 11''lIIbl'-I caring tie for
:&
,; > Msrutrr.T1IOMA 1I11ln :strict! adherence to the constitution in but the contractors were utterly disgusted : \alue-, and, >et the w bite pine brings u higher t ol"l-&ibilt\! \, ) added' to the die -

-* 1-'. KINO, t.f .\ladlU011111): '. alliHparts. The Democratic ticket represents' with theuttem:>t to utili/e their labor. piiec. Tie reason is to be found no doubt tales of hUlalli111 our interest in thl'l.

I'.', the!c principles as well as those others: !so They do not suit the North, and, what is: in the wall of agreement and deli'nsivea,1>0 made us t 1111111:1: wll There were bad!lOII'hlll'lavrllIiel'l husbands
| ,
oin HiMin:
FOil thll'l'lf'!O\f'
WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM, well cnumi.itcd by (icti. Ham'oik' in his more' to the purpo-c' the Ninth el.le-l1\ot: suit elation by the pitch-pine' mnnufac hirers, who I nnd guardians in the Xll'thl'l'l Mates ,

order, No. Ill.) The Ill'lIIoe'rati) .- thokt t in ls7<( them. They cannot come in competition run a ruinous competition hl'\'I'1 them hut such' was: II.t. t hc I'nll.

OF M'ON: CofMV.toll was strong enough to give Tilde, 1'nJ! eleetolal with white labor. ,it the Ninth or with the I : their own disadvantage. :Southern:; \Vhe-nthewar came I the newspapers on
lto that it must bo. of short
without, South; ( 'arolilla.allII., '.' I cHishness and will take ad- brim* thousand in the jour side predicted
rirVVNT-OOVKUVil.: : ;( .. votes : ,- gvcdwhiih pine ought to f.50 per ;duration I''l'jll"e our negroes would ric in

LIVINGSTON W. BETHEL, :2t I..i. Votes: against 4O, :\W.'JT: :!:' I for H.i.Ve-s, bexi'lesthe xantage of their i;; ioranee, mid they necessalil.V Northern marketse-ompared vviththeXortlt- insurrection and 'oon disband our at\line*.

; OK MOM'.OK: lot'INTV: voles! Tilden was entitled to in the .. go the wall. The Kansas expetiment' crn ulid( As it i is, the pine forests are being Well. I confess we were not without Il'
couldhavedisbanded
returning\ board StateThe House ofJlepriscntatives has: only bhovvn note d''al'l l that they ure ih'stroje'd and the (country 1 is us'civ ingno Ipprl'hll"iol on that HlhjL'l t nnd moment they they f

Oil 1.II'iHRr.I-Fln.T:' MSTUIT. : : has :a Democratic. majorityof : only suited, to the outh sind its I'roJIH'linll", compensation.The I I hud risen in nJ.tioll Ll"s army il any the; rear. I mention
il
f, ROBERT H. M. DAVIDSON, twenty-one*, and, a mnjoittv in the It is our duty to idve them' no reasonablee.uise quotations,. at Saginaw, )Michigan, for that to show jou the kindly understanding

OF II VI> l"rOil;: ':MY.KK Senate of nine*. Why then should not this ol'c'iimplaint' to re'"pcet' their lights in logsue! :7$14iuull.pcr: t hOI a l I In Florida that existed; between, the two races

Democr.itIP majority: In the l'lIitl'.1itall'l': nil things, and eiiomragu 1IIt'IIto thrift and no siidi prices ure obtained. ; landowner at the time. here was no hlllll''ln thl'rtJ'IWI''I
( I ntn-lX"! : l I'I tnCT: : and during, < period
GENERAL JESSE J. FINLEY, i,leet its: candidate? How can New York be. industry; they will Icirn: if they have not aliend.v gets, but u tiilre for his standing timber tl'Ille 1111. thl'1' not torn awayfront

.. claimed by, the Ilcpiihlicans when its presentKcpublican .. done, so, vthat is their true intcrc-st, and. the mill-owner ells his lumber at us, I'nion; armies: intervening,

OF ('OU-VIIIIV. Cnt'NTY.Hie iovernor (fill :.IJ.iHMi slmit of a and will adapt tlemelves: to their condition prices dictated by the New York Ih'111'r". I they 11'han'llus well as any race could bchavV -
in testifying to
I
pleasure it
1'LOUlIl.I'S aUulrTII. majority, of the whole vote east' Hut the as the laboiin., class, M-CIIIC homes and We i-ee that HIulhl'l pine1, necessarily Ill When, 1.1(ien.Sheitnan lakl invaded the tcrritorj

f"IIIIII'ratic'oh'" of the I country must ! 'turns which reach us 1'ioia mj
ce-iiMis: : \ : rt
it that they cast: theirvotes and M-e-nre the car to politicians IUI.I l demagogues; : and grow was contracted for at under $J." by u Floridamanufaeturer. the v cry large-number in Confederate sC'I'i ic'('.

; time to time from cvcrj' portion of our Statoindicate dl''lorlllllljtlrit: : which will be swi-lled byaen.ssioiM up into good, itilen-hip., ns they arc daily I Our lumbermen would, do tie old" 1111 to f 'forty-live and the bojs'
of .
u gratifying growth population.IIUTO.I.SC I to was: an
: fioni the! independent voters of doing in aIlI'lrt'4': c ef> the South. well tol form nn association t lor mutual interest account of the cxtraordilaIcv '
: of iMinilulion means lncrca.sc ofprosperity yon \iol.
the country, who regard the election of! and protection.We manhood I of the white race was in the martial
Increase of and in.ivn.se -
", productions Hancock In eveiy way desirable: n\sAcoi.i .Y.t IT r.IlUI. publish, ilsovvhciuu statement of the tdl., and the whole manhood I of the
<. uf the blessings of liftWe -. in tlie corn-field and the
The Army and ..Yin.1lleijlitff; e>f the 17th receipts, of jellow pine in New Yolk I for the (' II'C was ,
hnve poHd: ,l from the prim.iry stage of ( They had it ill their )power to
Immigration, which was made upofexploiersjind EIHTOKIALGAtNEHVlliF COnnlS.OSIII.WJ; :. contains! the following.: !six! months ending June' ."0,1 sso,show ing nn 'oltul.llll armies:', hit they did not chooseto -

Fi.\., July'JS: IssO.I It is the intention!: of the XavHl'part Increase over 1S7H of about ninety per ('Il!, ,do it, and w hen the news: would come of
experimenters' !, into the !solid and settleil ment to eommeiH" operations on the restoration It will one of Lee's! or :Stonewall:; Jackson's brilliantvietorie's
about
The of the crops along the line and over is;;) o fifty per (cent.
st.'ige of increasing permanent HIttie* appearance of the I'eiHicola: Navy Yard in October. : I have seen thl'l throw their cups
incuts. That thereeru in this; as: in ullUl'W of the Transit Kailroad is very good ; sugar- The hot vve.i her renders it nnadvisable be noticed that the Jlml 1 7.V'itlinonl: x.js"that : high in the uir and shout for joy over it. The

countries failures on the part oftio rune, cotton, corn and nvvee't potatoes nil to be'gin work at. an earlier i>enod. Aboard jellow pine is I growing fl\l'itl only inquirWII: "How is: Massa( John orMusaT'oiu

many look well, uiul! we understand a good average of\ oflkiII be appointed to stirve y among consumers: for purposes for w hid) it ? Is lie out safe ? Hence I !ajwe "
| - t kc condition have to feel unkindly
and repoit! upon present' : unlit." no reason!!
of each is anticipated.': At I.nv\te was onc-e thought
ti,> be denied. It is, ho\\e\er, (|nite certain crop y navy yard, reiominend., what buildings them.
Jliat taking the experience of Florida as the! neat and thritly appearance of theorangetrecs hhafl be constriicteil. It i is piobable! that the The LunilnriHitnK.\ys I of Chicago thnt "the t Th1 again, nt the end of the war, when

with Western State the fail- was very noticeable. They had evidently buildings to be erected this; jcar will bechielly trade here i is 11oilJ very w ell as it is. 1 ispreparing jou pave them the ballot by our side with-

compared any received ('ul'l.fllllll\ll judicious culture, tor the pui'iose' ; of storing materials. very lapidly, for I good .out tdnctil. withou training without anystate
isdf
urea to reali/o expectations of success were The two se-ctions/ the ! not as many.: The hardships of pioneering irtid the dark rich green, with new growth which are at Mr. Roach's ship-yard in! Chester healthy boom-such us it is generally be .experiment.prohaton We anticipated, it I is true,

In a new country liuvo brought\ thousands\: reaching out above, gave: a very 11l'.llIlifllll1p- will lie towed to IVnsauila during the lie\.l1eoll 1 fl'w'lks. ahead.' .\1 advance great trouble'. Ult wo elid 'have trouble.be. -
I L. *
)pea rn nee to the trees.: All along, the! road us autumn, It is hoped to have thc jard in u is lot tar on", unie-ss tne present: indications cause that ('Ju i men culled clrlet-llggcf} _
to prematnro graves in the West, hut the good condition l It\' aiiuther veur, to enable terrible falsehoods." who were who hat no at
far Gainesville succession ut'It'IIt improvements a.1cntlrtr
mortality in Florida of even the nnae-cllnia- as : the Construction' hureau to inakc transient 11'1 home took ( of them
and promising Doling groves: VCSSIJH which, .stationed The quantity of Southern pine received atNew ohen them and in
led new comets has, been small. Indeed, It rr1'lIil'lOIl our war are and Ibll'tlll deceived ,
tieclimitiza- gave evidence of the improvement of the in Southern waters. York in the last :six! months was sixty- that way lUll ", but take it altogetherthey -
Florida that
be until of no
may Of this about twenty behaved then-and I take pleasure
country. The lYnsaeola Navy Yard, has bec'ii usehss three millions. quantity
t ion is necessary a Northern family\ ('I1I1I1Ufl' in testifjing: to it-better than probablyalmost
of Fllil'J.llllkllol/kl'll the t millions cume from F.a! t ,. So that !
( The neat little village for litte-en ve-ars sine-e war. During > Fltrl!
I ly live In 1'lorid.i free from febrile or other any other race would have done under
and showing wonderful the of the various lladical: Senators our mill men furnish about one-third of the
.diseases by the observance of precautions asto bright pretty, t a incumbency Ii miaI' drl'lIlstal'r:!. Then I say we
>'. tho amount of work and improvement within who; have(; been sent to the Senate from quantity sent to that market.IRAO. arejiot to the colored race. We are
the location of duelling-houses, supply
their friends and friend
tile three bliort years itsexistinec.. Orange this State1 no appropriation! has been obtained they are 011'
nfater, iiml, prudence us regards exposure Now, a little further. Soon after the war,
to MIII and night air. trees which;were hardly I'ihll'I'I'lIr .since for its restoration. During the la..t .--The Xiw all Prtn luLli..h'H the and during the reconstruction period, thl'IIUeltiolot

The population' of Florida In Is.V) was! 1'17' ,* now ftand I in bold relief, looking healthyand session of Congu-ss, Senator Jones procured following brag about I county gave their education came up. I was
) strong. They idently w ideuwakepeople the appropriation of $150,000 for this great 7JJ majority for the Democratic ticket in1S7U n'I'I'XI.l (!\!>tion. The lead1 the
and in 1870 notwithstanding
IV, in lio was 140,421,
two the first
races came legislature
and at Fairbanks, and mean to earn sueCC.S.S. national work, important alike to the whole and over WiO) in lf:<7rt : tOjch'rwhen
the lOl'oIl'lIlIf tho civil war under acts was in
I Florida. Dr. Conover'n organ The Republic-tins! tf l' tenuity ha.ctl'itlll
and to Oral
country considerable of it
destruction. of her industries l'sloll-ull a proportion
i he general was full State Legislative t !
I (iaines\HIo I is unite proud of its rapid' says he did no harm in ('lIlIgrl.:&,... Did tl place a ik. was colored[confer on that subject as tow
1H7.74S It Is believed the present population II field this j ear. President ,
and! statistics t showing i he do and is he \likely to do hat was best to be done. I rCl'OII.t a delegation -
will not fall below :UHdoO. growth census a any good, any of the South Florida Railroad, I remarkablyenergetics of them came to was

r )present peculation of a.'i'.: ; t, having nearly good in any i>tlk-e ? hl-ile"l lan, and u solid Republican then on the bench my us ofccI '
{ Florida may bo considered now us havingjust of the most practical sort, is prominently supreme ju-ti
, in tho last
\ trebled its population ten years. of niv State and asked my advice ,
, f entered UH>II career of development.Up } I.V.II..H'lll..... mentioned for the State Seriate, and
a It I is, the largest:! inland! town in the State. TWO TICKKTS receive the nomination, he isverj" and 1 know they nske'd the advice of other
to within a very recent period the settlement A Republican! convention was held at wil likely : 1eltl'\en freely. 1 said : "We can
t One of the wisest things:: which has been' jHipular, and his election will be expected
of the country was (eonllncd)a legion Gainesville on Saturday: the 17th inst., for to win u number of lot h:1'e miu..lldlois ; you build u M hool
elono to promote the )prosperity! of (;Jainesille : 1el'l1'l1111'ulll. house for your children on one hill, WI'wi
not more than 150 miles: in depth, going the purpose! of nominating a State:; Senator::; vantages for Orangecounty.. IIllill\trll build for ant
is the erection of two excellent hotels. ours upon another we
." .south from tho northern huulltlaf)'. Tho \ and four Ab*>einllymeti. They at first met he will verj' certainly)' bo cC.t'Il, as he is divide the with >ou honestlyand
:Strangers; who v isit u town for the tii-st: time very )popular with his money
1111':11lIf transportation, or ingress or egress, ut the court-house1, but the prinee-dings were faithfully ; jou shall have your honest
are much intlueiu-ed their opinion of till'I'lal'I' rata to the number of children
according
were of the mo-st meagre description The interrupte-d to such a de'grce by inliannon- THE ret-eipts of jellow pine lumber utNew pro

1't. John's Iiwr"c/, access to the upcountry I and the community by the character ious Republicans that the meeting wasadjourncd York for the first six months of this je-ar: though you we have have within to the it and school age, and
of the hotel aerommodations. they are increase for thecorresMiiding )pay u a
show a large over th'o.e 11111'wc
i or as it may better I IH* called. the down think favorably to Roper's! Hall and only delegatesadmitted. .time in Ib7riund 1870. A are lefry Ioor-wc believe it i'
accommodated
the.v '
| Illpl'rILlbh''ll
country as far as I.ake Monn( e. but that is comfortably The.v. nominated the following in that city gives the arrivals of that 'UI ) it, and we will

only about I 125: miles in direct line south of t the place and tlce leant./ The ticket : this kind stock to the 1st of Julj-, by "i-e that you i.t the time we could
is handsome hotel with all ot ul not make large for that -
( f Jackson\ille. In fact, although Orange Arlington u new .......wllt-B. llu.: .h, whit('. months, fllh1\Vi but we 111'rol'riationl could an Jell-purpose

rauuty 1 II called: South:; Florida county, it is the modern convenience*, and is well fur Jnllfl'-I IK-nnis, white ; Trnpp! Thompson, IS O. Ih79. H7S.January. v ide-d, the fund fairl '. It has since increased

really in the northern half of the State. A lIi"hClIIIIUI't'll kept.) The Varnum Hotel! Dane-y, loloresl. ... K,'ilHfi74 3.jJ&lj1! l nI lLM,4Sl till I see by the lat rei>ort of our able State

settlement of the rest of the l is> also a new hon"e, with new furni>hingand On the :21th inst. another convention of February .. !l.r, >S7i":{ > 1,1),11 -4Hlii.r"nO rwol ( ommissioner we now raise and up-
proportionate March 5SS7XooApril
.
t.I3 pl public schools in our State about
Mate would give us a population of 1WHOO.' under good management. the Republican party, or culling itself "0, ...... .-! Si.-i.VJsii j,43.47 JKNI.OO annually.Mr. .

The settlements t already made may be con There are inomc ei.:h t or ninechutihe's i met in Ciailll'!>\'iIlt.! and nominatedXenatur May......14i">0sK, > 'itUJ,2.7{ i.'I.j73 'tLLER-I wish to ask the Senator

sidered embracing not more than an average of which four are e-olore-d. The -Jo-siuh. T. WulN, colored.Mouse June. ...14,712.7.50: !1-:1i11l1: UINIli what Legislature he cpeaks of?
(ierge J. Arnow, white ; I* fi. )If. IhuHvx-1 spe>ak of the reconstruction
:: of desirable localities. In faet they business houses are nearly all on the public Dennis, white'; Frapp! colored; Lewey coloretl. Total ,.fi7,4ftJ'JNi i 45,2S7lHtJi.J: \ S Legislature, the one immediately after the

Jtave been" made more in reference to being square, and appear to do successful business. It would hardly do to say that the above re-construction coin cntion.

'near river and road transportation!! than on The )private residence-s are many of. The first ('ull entioii it elaimcsl to }be he- is 1 gratifying exhibit, with I't &.11 knowlesLje Mr. TFLLEK-The Senator I suppose does

account of any choice of the landas" being them elegant; and in a few v.earthe: hole I regular e-ounty convention. The last one us to the amount l t on hand' in order not speak of the legislature that assembled
that the increase in tho quantity sold might before the ballot was (given to the colored
..cxl"Cl.tilluall'aluahll'. Tlie tributaries: ofIho city will be embowered union,.,: the orange: it is said, was composed of I'l'If-dl't'tt'tlllclc-! also bo teh'rlilCl1 The \)\rubaLiit\, )peoiue m his State.Mr. .

.. St.: John's! Jlivcr are being gradually grove-s which are being planted, on every lot gates. The Hl'l'uhlku1"ljorit: ). in Alachua however, u gain 1 rl'lllt: HKOVVN-Hefore what, sir?

-opened to navigation" : and new settlementsuicomiaii and available: t-jwe. is MI large that they e-an utford! two t tickets would not have occurred unless: Mr.I TyLLFc-You had a '!ion of the
been a good demand for the lumber, as under Legislature IK:fore the colored leciplc were
} every new opening) ) of means of.communication There ure two excellent weekly papers apparently.StMToitJONFS'. such circumstances prices could not have given the ballot, had you not?

; two railroads tributary to publNhc-d here, the Suit ami the lift. The bee-n kept up. as they Irt. shown to l>e bycurrent )tf. HROVVJ>-Yes, there was a session of

,the M. John's ha>e been built the l'a..t year; ,S'II" has for its heniorenhtor u gentlemanwhoH ,: I OltTIIIS.1' have read quotations, and it is therefore fair to the legislature under the Johnson governinent -

,another of !great importance to tho coast long esperie-ncx' in Florida enables with much pll'a..ufl' the Fourth July oration conclude that the larger arrivals indicate alarger u you may term it.
I' delivered the Hon. C. W. Jones ut (consumption. This v lew is l borne out )Ir. TELR-Il the U-gislature that as
1 from the :St. John'sto him to treat with candor and intelligeiuethe by
poo pie is contemplated atriotic by the rei orts from the New York market, Il'mbll"t utter the reconstruction the negroes
the Halifax River.: If the people lute. public interests of the Mate and county.The I IVnsae-ola. This earnest thinker and l which have heretofore been printed in the I had control 11 the I legislature by their num .".

t teil lu th:" project would unite in the effort lite bears out its name in its industrious statesman, has, in thU u> in all his public LuitibfriHHH.in which yellow pine has been bers, had they m.t .

it could soon be accomplishes, !. It mat attention to the interests of the Community, utterances! !spoken! from the highest plane spoken of a uniformly in pood Ilelll all Mr. IRCwS-XO..lf; there was not more ,1.
(Soing luck to the selling readily at good prievs. The New York than a thill II. remember the exact
of btatomanship.
,tt'rs't'r)' little as to the !terminus ; tho main llotli papers are DeiuiKratic j-olitics. and true lind Et'lff"rrd partly uco units for this number, but my recollection is there was rf

point Sti coiuie-ct the navigable waters ofthe. I wield an earnest l>en in detVm-eof the principles foundation of our government, cle-arly setting in a rlcut of the market, by the not quite u third of the members. who weree -

forth the principle's in which it wasfounded statement that jellow ) is a growing 'olored me'n, T ho bite .
t. John's with the navigable,: waters of of that partj.There ) .ill 1.1- w me'n had the control
I ho deduces from a ron titutioiialktandpoint ,"uritl among consumers, for purposes t I of the Lt' luturc.
the loast. Then eer>b.nly i: benetited, and im to us: u lack.;; uf public pirit Inhill'too'iIl .. which was lInl'l thought unfit.-A'ortwtttern /.- : The Miuiaiun cume up aNo ai totheedution -

.tln watl'r t-veryUxly can run lab branch j ( uu uppi-arane-e) lit' IHAMfiiie the true i>< ition of thc American i LU/lcbalc&jl, I of their sons at eolh-ge, and th-v!>kl'll

>., ttuatillg n.ua to the railroad terminus. I and vant of et>ne-ert in matters nt )puttiuin- ': citizen, and his eluty to !uppon and uphold I what about that, \Ve said I to thl.I r' In the

tere-st. Its hidcvvalkare indii'eivni. iubtreets I the constitution of our fathers in the .WE understand, says" the Montgomery.UKrfutr I prcs<'nt state ol frt'\\\K\ here if you sent>'our
"that the Hanonk and tugl'h; I sons to college- with ours, there will 1
this, admirable trou
and letter. We trust li
A WoxpER-Woi-kixu: I'AUTY.": The are fetliKk, elecp in isind ; old buildings i cpirit colored club of this city now hIt and probably I break the col
I'W'I'I heds. and vvorkeru-s tand where production will bo )'uMi.licd and widely distributesl. hundred and i constantlyem leg, but it.wi up
'Vi rk,, r< i&MMecalUthe Uvpublicau party > they I ly six l'mhl'r we will Iull I college, selectJourpUce.
unnd r-worklnj party. ThU upi'ellation ought not. There no public drive and nojurk I In our nest we >hall celect liberally the ill'rIU:. This sj eaks well for thl't'olur.1 ) wo wil UI'IIIriat'" money out
who
of ) ure of the tr
feUppostsl Jo be tIl'rin..l from the wonders !.;; or pot here >isitor could find recreation. I from it. thus voluntarily 11'1).11) pled louteulh.'f h'I':t.>) the for ''u. and"ur'we tl will "appropriate nHf bmfdings' the

\-.the)' worked in l Tii in bniUlaiu! (in conu-rt- It bus no liurary a"lli l'btjon ; uuIctturo. I To M mivit an opinion Kvau.>o it is thine, : upport of the great soldier and stater-man, I fame amount annually to your ColKge exactly that

.. !In;,; a TiUUu l majority of 15,WO. into Ii lla't.'S Its growth! has I 1)l'i'U *a rapid P"d and not bevauso it U true, U to prefer thyelf I whoseilivtion will restore .jvaev and. giK..l ''I wedutuourown, or if ..vm will adopt a col
.majority. gratifying that it doe-s: not realize thai it i U a .11"n' the truth.-}"ennii'j. will to all sections. lege; that a noblo charitable societv of Nc-w






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THE FLOIUDA JUUUOK : JULY. :81.l.ngland .

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: lias: IIlrl.lltl101'ate.l in Atlanta, POLITICAL ." ()1'IS. WIIn million ilollars mOrc the amount\ of G ENERt: : Ii LI CT01tY.: '. '/tltmII, .of s'I/fol.-\Iblrt J,, Russell .

and they Mill \\ai\c I the dotioniinationalfeature taxes collected was!'! $II.\t.1! less t than tb.it ,

\\e will udopt that as: the tolmid college r\vitr: to ,,11'11thi' fatt that Hancotk I is \under Republican rule, m' >'ill which fails the I'uittMl; Slates OllUem.iiriVir IIVMtt.TON (1STY.ComllTlullHI'lry .

I of the State, and \\ &' will make the nppiopiiation I making: inroads l 11110 I heir strength) the HI'UltliC'IIIII.lcdlll'l' Democratic tandidatis I : pi I i.l tore I the I people I.\sn: u'I'Fi'n. I\ \\'IU.V. J. Stewart, Jasper.Slieri'l .

to it:' I \, that their "'I' me not !>etiotis and ak: their "1It1hl I'''. I am, :"aid I ht,. tin / -L. .\ Gainesville.liitilirr ))- .III1 I hl 11. I, Jasper.
Prior to that time ue liud appropriated\ unnually --Olllv a tew votes here and I there. 1 Ifenth advocate I education.\. It i i.. one of the John I,HlrN, (Jainesille.iirnyordiiiiKil Cltik- lc\lrt. Jas1ier. '
$1'1141' ) to our :st.it: rni\iT\ :-ity. That I : I thinking Republican will take t the cs''entinls in free govelu. tuuI'iut i if I it t shall m I I I be l Holl". I Awtunr of T youre appropriated i: 1 :$!-.oIII,< i >II'U'h i t to" t the I u.llego I- i trouble to run over the list: 1 of his own ac lastijigVithmiiut: it we must\ !l.ip: :
1 for tliehites\ and the lolhgelor tlierolorc'il. I '1"lilllallt'I'1111.1 then to cipher out (the' pcruntaue anarc'liy. The ,'olol'l'lll'I\! may have noajipn I IUSTUICT e-oi BT.Jml'ie Hcnton. Columbia( COi 1.Ir.

A eolored lnl'lllWI'III( \ into the of \probable h h gains i l for. I Hancock I in .hi,iisioii of t Til'1 hal I be I ,Thorn:is {settle, Jacksonville. ,tupi.iutliHileiit ii" (' ,?/>-Joshua 1 H. Roberts

& legislature and\. i'io\ed (that, the :sihooN I he I t the State on I the ame basis: he will see I Iha'I I I I 1\01'1.111 the cnjojnunt of thl'l 1 J/ur'-W I II I I. I Dnrkee, Jacksonville, .\lIcrll.
kejit forever separate! A white member I the aggregate of these "fl'w'ofl' !a1'l'1'11I1.1. e of civ try 1 liberal lall.1 arA-Philip Walter, JIII,10n\'i1. !

,.S thcl'l'lIpolllIon..1 that the loloied rate i iI I 111I'1'e""will just about make 1''l'I'.Iollhlflll I I Dctnoirat 1I1llhl'IIII'I1ltol'll.! I His t never INTKKNVI.: KhVKM: I 1Fr:111 W. L.cotXT\ P.rooks-
I should) have tluir fair proptutinn nt the stateDiiuoiiatic} andeveiy Republican :State:: site: to \ r"I:11111 I t therefore Jacksonville. County ;Judge- I.'rielnl
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I fund Both propositionsere: : adoptedand I tloubtfulTIIK in conclusion, ask I .'Ol earnestly nallcl"r-lt'll1il" F.agan: viii a.
a fair divisionasmade. \\asjuotundit: : I. and vigorously for I the I m t of I i I-ClOUS OF C18TOMS. S/le'nlff-.I. I!. MJklcier, lrook.'il.OelJ. .
I \\nsright.: It it: true one of the e\euiti\is I'I'I current Republican) Matinunt I that the institutions anil t th* Irl''II'\lli'l: ( John "'. How'ell, Fernandina. .. C. Law trook\'ic.

I of the I"tuteiIlCI' did uiumiuund: t that ', the 1I'III11'ral'wholh' or mainly relies! Oil government, and next t November will :shine .I id ward 1 Hopkins 1 Jacksonville.John of Tans--\. 1(lrr !! Hrooks-

$S,0<)K) a year tothci-oloreileollege) he Iii (4 Ihl'j'i the :South; is easily: see'n tobo iI1l''rl''I'I. hen upon our :success.: > m t.'. House I St Augustine.J. V 11 Ic. I
tinned for what he coiisidiied, ( good ,- I the figures of elections: are rightly considered M 1 Currie, I Cedar Key. .Wector /I'lIICJ.\ )[ Tuwnl'II.lrook'i ,

but after lie '111l':
: ill t the Legislatute I the appiopiia- I 1'7'1.' tOLYin .81:. Stale OllirrrN. ..lrlrl'fr-M. A. .\,11'11111,1., Urooksville.f .
\ \ Xorth.. ......'Jii70M"Domcn ( I Dr. S 3. I
})DiinoiratiY(' in the > >impn'iiih'iii1t'Ht of ; :Stringer
tion made /
\\a-s: by a majonty ovLi'whiliujng ) I < I t < admitted
I I In t the it' 5olycr 11llol.thl: l' lil.tolll'l': : T.
that there division } ratio Vote III the Ninth...... ...1I'd 1,072 KXK'TIl'KPAMU = I I I .
was scarLly any uponit. \ : That Mr. (tall.d took: ( lii' place of 1rook\'i II'
Thenhcn our comentioii of 1 HT" nut, I IJxiess: : : of I Democratic Ni 1I'lllI'rllutc-- Ditk") Parsons of t tbctompany's t11'fr'I-OI'"r( I' F. Drew, Tallahassee. lilt. nnotIH Ctf:>TY.Countu .
Southern ,..ln"iiiU.'lIt I II ( : : I" 11001011' S"uuiie-\V. I'. Barnes, .
over Democratic I ) t vote I of
wliieh trained constitution, I 'r.ot'101" / .
our present they t interest ; that t i.,1 thenvvas'a L. Crane, Tampa.Shertf
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I is also I true t that in Ne"'iirh\ I'ciinsvlvanii. I mumssee: .I"cgt-H. I
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into it I i
incorporated the fUII lallll'lItal'l'ill '
< \ ( lobbv 1st by: occupation and profession; ). Craft, Tampa.
I Imliann I Illinois 1111.1'bI'OIlOill' : ofM 1). TailaI 1"llc
that the State .should lotitmue make : sll'/'lt'I : ,IfW. Ir.hll .
ple to that < iarlie'ld.is) tht'n mhmlmirmmm.mum i of the torn- Clerk-Win. C. Urown, Tampa.Aurfsor
suitable appropriations to maintain 'olou-d 'I t the aggregate votecast 1 forTilden w as: gi eater .' tint the itlainer i I m mtst'e. Ixshe
a t mittcc I t G. Tampa.
on of
than t that east for \Ir. Haves. These liguressj'eak Ilpll\'ialiol" ( !! I Tallaluussce. 1..1t11.
college. of ( iartield 11'111'1 I l'y ( 'h i(11'1\.1"11. til'u'hllgtlllgl'lt \I"lrl''Olltlll II'\I W. F. Jurll, 'I uuimuima. \
The city of Atlanta maintains a \\'- .I ( i Sccol.-H.
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public !schools.: It 1; implojs: :vixtj-odil,I leathers I
in the public vthools. They arc paid out I letter to ( 'apt. John 1.. I InglN, Madison: work, making i slitters: sun( ', us I he 1 holds all i I \ninnMonrr; of! I h A, Corley, 11\11' L.V\: tOLNTY.CwiHtvJinlije .
of the 1 of Jt"d-HII
t tl'ell"UI'hy taxation lie
people. the )purse-strings!" of I the nation, and all thit'iitriet \V. I 11. Scbring Hronson
Tallahassee.Siiptilntemlt I I ;
Part of the schoolseie I built l lor, the I lotured Florida : :
of Columbia appropriations
I I 111.1 'nt of I'nlillc! l,uslru'tiiau----\V, P. $SherIW.:/)): D. Filla\OII llronson.
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rare and part for the white, and they i \l ldh\HHm-Yourkill.lll'lh'rtJfthc10Ih: 1'1 iino through him thtl mhi'. (1.I'Ji.IIIi,1 .
I I I I ViiJl .1. M./ Hronson.Awiorof !
have had I equal justice" tlieie I all thl-\\bile I i i 1 i inst.I to hianil I. :mmmiii in referent to the I infamous, : ]limit through t CoiigicssthciM: 'I I,'I I ilh 1abll'TIIIII m a'.st't' ( II'CI.:
I: .I ; .1. I Talhihassfo. )mI.Villis, HrnllIH.
and time is lomplaint t whatever tit II'II-t t'h.irsre: 1I :lill-1 me, "that I would run as anincUptiiilenl t the *iIMI.II'O( ) ( for I the paveim' jl't11'1' ton- 'ltl' rrll--.J lil'ki"OI 71/1'-J C. \\',
hear none, and I have been a membtr III' adulate lor tiovernor." I willsay I tained and that Mr. C.llli.I.1 Itlk t the : O.ll'rortCItJohl I.crl'HWIIOI.
( \ ,, mgismi'nii'i of I ) Seth
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the boanl since its organi/ation. 'Iheiefure' that thieve is not, neither also admitted in the Do 0..1.1'1'i fnnnii/nittiiii 11'
I I emphatically : JM, I My the eolored \people are sat'iIkd.Ve has time been, foundation for any such matter t that ('hih'l.h'l "I,',I I De (1.1 'I'r 'lorJ'KiOon t: 1"I'llh..wk:< .1/I.rilfc/1.11 S/III.f-JI .
have given them fair play in thculmatiomi rcpoit\ No one knows better than vonisclfth.it : i $: ( ) I ctltrad il'emilig topiy: him i In'unl: ioi'I.T. 11'01:0101.:

:system< of the State throughout.We my name: was presented 1 to the li.iincsvillc ": i. that sum, provided he 'St".'nred" < !.u'(field ; ( Cltif.lmt/ic! \ .'. M. Randall, Jatksonvillc.Aiiorlnff : :\IO.\T: : : ('I'XT\ 9

employ the voloied people\ They au ( Ciinscivatlve-Di'inoi, Convention (that having si-eiired himtind l Do) ( Colvir having I I I ; ,Jutim'eI.'tste.: 'ol. j jr.Tallihas.u CoiintiJittlijf-K.: 1 Orahll 1 Manatee.I .

the best lahonrs: we l'illlgl'l. Vou may talk I only at I the earnest, :solicitation of my fl' l'llIh, through (iarfuld got I lie *7 about (ierman immigiation, Chinese lllllli-I ami! that it was. :and is my intention to abide 1'I.h'l :sui-il I I DeCJoljer rt\'r I the ''.'. that Awii-titti1 .Iumtii't'-lt. H. \11 Valkinburg'Jac Clrlk-Hobl..t H. (n.lih I I i, lllIat'I'.

gration, or any other humiliation; jilti) bv' the ,decision of that convention "",1 tni- I Il' U.h''r resisted a.vnictit, on t\111 I ground : ksonvillo.Clnf: .b, t... tr o/ 7i"rl.1-\'I. F. Parrish, Parrisli. -

- ;. State ; I woullllOt; give the negro as a laborer p'oitthf iiinrrittir ti<'k'< t. \tl.iim, sir, to have : the I'oltra't'a': 1111 iminoral one and -C. 1 I[FUtl'l!'! Tallahassc-o. .
in the cotton held 1 fur any man of any as much inteicst in the people of 1'loiida as ctuild not be' enforced iilatlat; t the Cir- Collector 1"I'I/I/-llriol (1. Carlton, \
i lite i ir JI'IHIIS.: oj
rate. The.y are laboring there:faithfully anilwe ; any man living within her bolderand I i'nit Court of the HIIII'II loi.; dei'idc-d > Tine Level. '
are pay'iug t them justlj: ., and v\e i intend. to am willing! to do as nine.h to continue our that the l'Ollr.11 was lininoral$ and therefore t'liit Cir"'l-\II II"II I.! IIXW'I, Pcncacola. Xiti>erntcinleiit of School.*-IVlIx J. Sew'aril,

continue, i1i) $(). .11I1I\'nl) thl'lIIl1l'l'III'l'I\IIIII' noble State on the road to prosperity as any' void ; al'li.I,1 hid b"l'1 Pino I.eu-1
lating PropertY.c' aie glad of it. We fuel other tit I z'lI. I I believe all my liicndsthioiighout This is as far as(tll' \. ions '\Jril\ ..,, ,1,1, ( 'lieu it-I David I 5. \\'utl ker, 'liii hums- MVIUON: I'01'MY.

kindly tovvuid thitiii.Ve wish them will. the State will !sustain, me in the have gi mitt'. I It t appears, liovvevcr, t that Chit- sreThhd .1. M. Mclntosh, Oeala.
You made them citizens, and we now wish foiegoingdetlar.itions.I Florid.lis: I m m my I h mimi C.h tindin carried his suit f fir *._.'( NH\ I for I bribing el'rlllI.1111, Madison., ,(11"1,1, 1 > I Pooscr, Ocul.i.)
to aid them to be good, iiti/cns: and to become h Her[ people arc my 1'1'01)1" h Her i interests I ( i.irlit-ld, nptothclT4itedNitesSnpreme'ourt ( 1"I'c (,( \\. I hibald i I, .1 mmuks,am- ./I'rjt'I"I. W. I!, Ocala.J .
Useful members of I'lIt'il.tTu that interests and I 1 use : du'idi-d, that tribunal \ Olll. Y'
are my : every possible ( and the case: was: by ( Issi'ssii' 1 llarro, Colon
: riftk: ( '!",'nit-James H. I Hawkins) : Gainesville. 11/11.I'C'-1011'4
tontinue the ailminiMiulion ,
end we :hall I do all in our power : exertion to as 1,1I: I the Unanimous dttisionbeing : Plant.Colleitor. ,

of the atlairs: mit t the State upon an economical 1'llll'I'C'lt .JiisliiK, :JSW.IJIKof: Ohio) of: !iTiII tiiPiidei'iik X. toy,
ound, honest basis.Jt : in t these : : """J'II(." "ll-I.I I mt lidlll Tampa. Oeala.Ktipfiinffiiilfnt.
.1 COLOKKlt &TATKSWAX. wllrtol ( Cocke Hnnford.
The "!lr"I'II./t /,, fl1 Hniiiiht:, ?, 1'lie St. Louis J! OIII"'I
lorresipondeme: 11I'l',11I0, explanation- as the :ipicial apologist; (for ( i'II. ( tiIimliI, but Jn. for; /' ot'tinny I iwiftnt) whi.l, inn !t.*< lf MOMloK COUJ.TV.Connti : .

the that the vvriteis' both u Utter just: written to the I'llilor..f the Philadelphia intiile to id'IM'ml iifMin n Jit/ii' >i/if'II'J"l"lll'IIVC.Itt' lit/; Court i'aloiidur. J I.SI'rlO'Ullr.1
statement I.
(ept' : are law ./ : KeyVt'st.
Tiinif by the vitqian' 'I'r I 1'111"1 : JI//-VhL'I. 1.1\1
( < > 10tl"1 uni/il only : '
'oiorelllllt'll und citi/ens Aikans.is.. Mr.K. ti / ) rll' IKTII JimlCIAI. CIRCUIT \ .
( ; rathtr n damper" this asstrtion." "If, I of iilili.li/ IK' i
HIM ""w-
fioii
( Ij'"I d/
Judge lilac'k lie (Jarlield) wllul.lelll" ( 'fl James 15. 1 Davvkins, .1 tm.IgeV.. A. llocker ,. (' KI'yClt..
.\. Pulton, who writes fiomSt. 1oLtN, hasticcupie(1 !says ; n"in n stile of iii'iit1 iiijliiiku t', n'lil< h no 1'1'H funconr ; ,
positions: of trust and honor 1'thl.t principles vvhiih regulate bis u private' fll"li.-t ill ; \ "1 of )i,1i1OjIiiIii'I. Solicitor.Spring .1..1.( ..,, of! Tdjus-Water e. Maloney, Jr.,
many K .
life! into his: public loinluct. he would make ; 1'llltl'r y
liolilimjh'njh
1IIIil"'I'I"I': It
in that State, having been Justiic of the .YI ( Collector of 1tu'eauc-\Vmmlter C. Maloney,
the best Chief Magistrate; we have ever had. office' hm i' l,. ;"wttioit $ lid fnllllIn March.Marion .
Pe.ue for Drew county, assistant: United Hut Iii' will act for i the interests: t of hii: party of 11'//'i'I I ilml kimlii' n jintiinc( nfiiiidiinj : 'M. :\Iollnin\ March.Alachua / Jr., Key West.tiiiprrinteintentoftftliooti t. '

States: census marshal III 187''), postmaster: atMonticcllo as he has ac'ted all I his Iit'et iiitt', a tid that will 1 1require n lujul iiryiiiufiit ) 1st Moncfay after 1th Monday in ; J. V. Harris. Key
him to take t the advice which :Stecnsgave ; ,1111"llclr ilji.nl .
11 \'l.st.
in 1S74, assistant, revenue assessor I in I the bmkshot ( IIJHIII 1"Mi jjiiiin /"tl."t IIJIOH March.Levy 4th in {
\ to Montpelins ture Iiul.
in 1S71 and member of the Legislature war. I 1/111 not know any really good man /f'I'I'/I'11( tlniinclitu, to "''1'I.' 'JI.loHtrmti olitnln- )111'11. County Judy/?-Jllton .J. Baker, Fcrnundiim. -

of that State. lIe was: also at one time who has: done and assisted: III doing; som.iny eil Ininh. Injliiencf. 1st. Tuesday after. 1st .Monday in .
llepublican candidate for :Secretary: of State. bad' things in politics as Jen." (Sarlield! "' 1'o'r; Thi'II!! in |I lS7l.!) Xothing Manh. .S'i 'rqf( Peter Cone, Fernanilina.Clfii .
These facts area Mitliiiciit warrant for his (lea Hanc-ock on t the other hand I, ho bus add to the OloI'r"l words. Thl'111'1'1'11 full TermSumter -C. W. Maxwell, Fernandinu.

claim to give counsel to the colored peopleof only words of praise.' "You let drop," he by the higli-st 1 judicial trirmnal 4th Monday in October. ..hll'lltf of TII.ten-Win. II. ( SarUiml, Fcr-

Arkansas: and the w hole :South:) : says, 1111 expression: in 1WS! concerning 11101111..1 :. They i*'cwoids immeasurable Marion, 1st: Monday after 4th Monday in 1111 Ii mum.

MONTICKLLO, ARK., July 1, 1S:so.;\ General I Hancock and his then particular moral HI''I'ril.Thl'v. 111'1 lt words Odohtr.lldll. (41ei'tijr of /'elCtnrrl'l P. Scott, Fer-
1/j() *. K.' A. Fulton : friends: which impressed: me with the I t'a Republican\ tiibunal) 11)! 'Ia lh'jumiihi-| .\ M )lllh after flit )Monday in nundina.tiiijieriiitcmlent.
notion that you di.lnot admire lithcr him October offbltoolt-Lain iu rd Io/.Ier,
MY Dnvu OLD 1.'RIEw-Yollr: letter of can judge J appointed I 1'1'01 t the State
June 15 haM been received, nail I was glad to or them up to the point of t their merits. ISte by Abraham Lincoln. Thepositioiiin II which Levy. 1st )Monday after 4th Monday InNovember. F'cranial i an.
found all and I now t ha t.011 appreciate not only his i they [ :
hear from It us well plan' ( nominee \IOG'utIOT'
you.
hope this may Und yOU the name. I showed" gallantry Ilnllu'roislIllI:411 soldier, but those (tor 'IICllh''rihlII'l"bl11: i examined Putnam, iM I Tuc.sday after 1st Monday] in -William Mills, Orlando.)
of friends and far higher qualities oflll l\llllll,1,I heart width iartitld( lias made ) hl'r. louJUtVI' ..
your letter to several my I the dl'fl'I"'I' Mr. ( Je1 ; W. Hhil Fort haiti
understand what go to form the character of a gieat ruler ina of this v\ith clesirc (ti believe .
they could not exactly traiisac: lion u o ('tri-k-J, P. Jlnghey,
your political views are, and I now write constitutional Ornlll'IIt.. Judge) Ulack lillll'c'I.I'I'cll"llot i lorrnjited." \ I He swears County OtllcorN. .lur, ff of Titstx-John 1,. HrybOn, Haw
i\ the friend of both t tlu candidates
you for the purpose of asking you tw() questions : personal thlt Il aie tl|5INN,' ) for prii>aring( abriet' Iiiisvhl1e.
but as will be'n from the above he does ALAdllU (Ol'NTY.
: to bo presented to (Washington i ColUitur of .llerenu&-Nat. PoynU Orlando.Suiitriiiliittleiit .
think the colored not hesitate in deciding between them as to members 'County Jiuljf-Junius e, Gardner, (laincsville. -
1. What course do you : City Hoard of l'iibhieViirk$ The of tiihottlt-John T. Meek! .
which will be the better I're i 11'nt.-B/ti-
people) ought to pursue, politically, III this :< < of that Hoard UllWl'l1' that he Fort Jleiil.
11'1'-(11,111 '
country this campaign? more Gazette I brief on t the ; hit that he Sheriff John Turner, Gainesville. hT. JollN'rt ITU>TY. I IStlrlrJrlk

2. There are a great many talking about A couuKsi-oMiFNT wants to know what the tonholed them priati ly awl I IIrt.tj giveIMiolycr Clerk-3. A. Carlisle, Gainesville.Aiicinor tl. St. Augus

leaving this country for Kansas next spring.Do Credit Mobilier was. It was a fraud, but, as the 11111 rl. Thl before of Tiires-J. M. Jell, Gainesville. UI'10\'lr.

YOU think it a good or hU1Il'oliey'? the grave digger said, rest its soul, or its which (iarI .llwlrc (o t this britf asked: ('lel'i!i''L'CflUt'h. P. Thomau, (11th iteii- tine.Member* fif .tsisrnmbly-l'amtl Annul, JohnWcstcott I
Your answer will be looked for with a body sini'e corporations! soulless, its Ilea,I. him to present a i if] or get thcoiiginal. i. vii' Tocoi.County .

great deal of anxiety. Let me hear from Seriously the Credit Mobilier Company wasa He wa.o unable to ilof !so. Till'\ asked Xiijxiiiitiiiilcnt of SrwulO.J'e'l M. H. Cooper {St.
Juilje- I
you Moon in full. Youtruly, company orgnnUcd: under the laws of him to indicate what the brief WI'1. I He could I I Olhll'vilc'I u m i 1 i ( Augl.

,JOHN HVWK.S. Pennsylvaniafor a fraudulent purpose inconnection not do him There was no brief at all. The IIA K Kit ('UUNT\
tne.SheriA, N. Pucetti, Ht. AuKU-dino.
:ST. LolIM10.., July 14, 1S4O.F :! with the construction of the Pa- ase was prei'ise-ly what '. .ue"e'Itll' describes County .JuiltfJnn} I I. Ilerndoir, Sander ., bt. AiiKiistino.

ieiLI John : Yours of July 1 has been received, and I the funds subscribed by the Government, iust i what the Ill''I.II1 declares it to /aeti/J'-J. Williams, Sanderson.CleiL A lunhul

was glad to hear from you. In reply to the but it was a deliberate fraud upon all tlt', lie. Republicans are rceiindcd that t this -F. J. I'onl Kunderson. Augustine.Collector of Hn'ttiue-Joseph p. Llaniljias,
questions yon wish me to answer, numbered stockholders who were not also members of matter conn's: solely from ijepnhlican sioireesnail AiHMor. Tojen.-E.: (1. Ilogerson, Sanderson. .
one and two, in your letter of July'I, 18*), I the Credit luMII'r! c'orl'oratillll. Enough: : of that no Democratic; barge appears in oj tt .Algulltle.SIHilllllrl of XtAW_Thuinas A. Pa-

have to say that they are questions that I the stockholders of the road organi/ed) themselves any part of lt.-Iti'tiu.Igit( Artin.IIVNCOTK Uolflll of Jfl'rweldlurc Kennedy.Darby cctti, St. Augustine.
into this to award,) .. <
have given a great deal of thought to, and sub-corporation .
inasmuch as you want my views in full I contracts for construction at n high price, : AT (' \NEI.lI)1tJ4V11I.l'L-l'iliCe* .Superintendentofti -"'. O. Hampton, Il'Mnr('Ot'IOT\
will freely give them : and the contract, when awarded, was immediately ItradU-y 1 who was t 4 01 h mistee. Countif Jmlijf-Henry S.Cassidy I I.Clurr.
Firolt-I: don't think it good policy for ourPCPl0 turned over to the Credit Mobilier lIIall.c.r -"th' Regiment, Connei formerly tit litVolunteers I IllUKKOHll- <-OU.VTY.QjitiiFy H. H'dl', Ix-esburg..
Mhlri'J.
of the South to make a tight for the Company, which prllc''elc..l to build and IClc'r tells l characteristicstory: ofGen. Ii, Providence.M : J, I vey, Lecsburg.A .

i Jepublican party this campaign, because barge an enormous price from the remaining Hancoek. It WI I at the battle: of ( '11:1' < r// .1"1I-J.. Tlllbln H'har.l! ,,. > e,nor of TiiJr,-JosephLeesburg Hiitcbinson. ,
you can do no good for the party and would stockholders: and chiefly from the government. cellorsville. Ofllicr ISradley'.srtriment was L'lcrL-hleuiry I" Butler..ls.wjovr ,
only stir up a strife that you cannot atlord.) It was us if two of a firm of three on the right of the lint-, battery of artilleryon A of 1i.I.\, Iakl McKinncy, Lake Collet'tutof 1el'eemfte-JOhiim. Jyehmeum,
I, Really, I believe that it would be better for should I award a ('clllt r\'t for a piece of workto the left. Therebils:hut tci work at the (hitler.Coltutor. Lewsburg.KujMriiiti.

you if you could, to join in and assNt the be done for the firm to a third party, who battery and I ruined smith a storm of shot ami of /leieuuA 11'1'11 I D. Cone, Luke of Sihotitt-II. II.I I)11'01, .1'
which will )bring should then, by previous ugrefincnt, turn Lake
people of jour country shell njMin it that many of the gunners were Hutler.Sufterinteiiiltnt. Oritl.
about peace and good feeling al1lon1111 a the i imtrai over to the two me'mbers. The killeil UII the rest were ..lrin'l away. (ic'l. li,"AcaolsB.. ) Harrison, II'\-SSIE COUNTY.
others most needed the third would have to 11I'1I'iI'hile the
all pay
: in
thing above Stark
: I Hancock the
rlHII up among Ilrlillr) ali Comity Juilije-Mlchat-l A. Clouts,
South, for fifteen )'caand we are no lit'arer other, while paving at the same rate. would called 1 \'lllht.'N to lan the guns. Ollii BKKVAHll COUNTY.AiHuly Oak. L\

to it to-day than we were when we started I' Ix? uying to themselves. The two would 'lt> A. J. Whitlcx, City Point R. Sessions, Live Oak
be the lot' This
the third
that and only r.
and I think it i is high time vve were guilt H/crif-Juhl
rodent their head terrible
,
( 'krL'-A. A. ; TitiLsville.Auditor He-id Live Oak
Stewart .t. ,
that we know will briny it I in a nutshell, was the famous Credit Mobil.ier. 1- tll I $
something
doing; Its very I'lIrlH'1.| was notice to all honest tire. Hcwasu lidllr'ofululy strength of Tiuet-John I). Stewart, Titus Atirwr of Tiue. *.-W. H. Hessions, \\'cl. _ _
), .
a luau
ihout.When read this letter to the friends: men to keep) out and touch not the Hit uI.II'auty-trul\! sillier| born.Collet. .
that horse and! rider
. you jtiuhiitlt A,au'rk.z,.. was llc111 vie.(1l1111'i Itnruur-V. Lake Ji' 'tor of ,
they will say Uh Fulton" has turned over clean thill should I ht former went down, ( County.fiHprriiiteiulfiU r Plat Live Oak. JI''CuI'U"Lert1"I

to the Uelll'I\'ratie party. Very good, I amIIOW '( he f'alt')lenderM-CIIIW! ,ileiply allfttisl.He / %Iexai 'of St hool J. 0. C
1ti'I'i
.
for quiet and g IJlKl (Jov. HLOXIIVV JA( KtII'S\"ILLF.-\t timerecent : 'i ii a. Nuiirriitteiiiteiit : Juries,
appealing peace looked for a iiiointntto see if the animal d ill, Lake View. Live Oak
feeling in the South, und to u i>wj I'I le, and to I Democratic niect ting in Jacksonville, I I'U really fatally hurt, and! lie '
the only people that are able to give it. Ifthis nUUlllxhallll sjxjke as follows, as rt.1'lIrtd stooptsl quit kly ami passionately t'1 the I'LAY C'O'NT\ Voll "'nl'STY.

: makes me a Democrat, then 1 am a In t the .''u(* unit 1'ffn : faithful charger. ltruhing his lu"1 across County Jtul je-Win. Peeler, Green Cove County Jinlijf-\fnnI.\ Lnl''uutcrt )luikrpriw. ; -

Democrat, My honest opinion is, that if hi* eyes he lai.l : To the tsuns, ," and fl.rillj. ,
You would join the people of the South \101 t- Iltically, and have but one party this ianipaign Walker, IIs-i, I'rt-I.II'lIt <.f the dill;, until every gun was (Jlmi't. noire righted 1 1)1 all Springs.CifrL .li Jckili. 1 Jiterpri.se.Artjuir .

by the next campaign the liberalliemoirucy amid rounds of applaiisu from the }jK-oplo, ]M>uring its death-dealing missiles into thutsmcJmlv. -(), A. I ISuddington, Green Cove of Tujfi'*,-llenjamiii Richardvjii,
or the old Whigs and our i>eoplewould 1&1).1111 his usual happy! and tncrgitic: style Springs.Atietimr. Enterprise.Culttttor: ..

compose one party, and the ultra- hmro'ecIe4) to acldress them. He said a ray of "' I never forget the said Mr. ofT ur -William Con way, Kings- of Ietuue-Jtuimui K. Junl.l, De
Democrats another party. in which wise bolh light i had shone uiion them and the ]-upIe ihlll, aiat ever since I liI iht-nilitil lay Land.Nujirrluteiuleut.
.
sides would offer u* inducement in the of Florida da.-It1] haiid-s) with their fellow t Uratle er regard for Hancock. 'JI fiat Indclt'ut i-I .lt'ttu, of jej'cnts-SVin. H. Plumnier, uf txhooLt'-JnimH.1 Chandler .
: (
shape of fair dealing and tsmal rights ttc.. citi/uis of the Ke-yntoni: State; in luiumg honorto .1 0-1. \1. ISuitrriiUeiultut .:Enterprise.
>
niaiie ] ression on hiS luau, -'
side and in that case the bal.tiu one of her greatest sons! whose- brilliant!! I ott-j. .
their -
to join and although I am a Jttnblicaii: I know of Rdwullr F. Geiger, c
would be in our hands, and if weliihii't character shone forth the brightness of hnl.e1ilr '
of
jMjwer weuIII.I be the realization of true hieai'etiiamrty. free- tlftit nearly)' 11 of the boys who fought under II.lc'llurg. "'UIIUI'- LLMOX*.-Mr. A. F. Spiller ha.praseimtc'l >
have good government "
a him for < (', Hancoc COLUMBIA
< ( usvvilh
J'T\ of
to blame for it, dom and l..uailawli. In acttpting and ratifying 1111.ll' tft'U ( ouf
Priertd John these are my views, and if the IUJUl 1'atilfl of the bohlii-r and (uuUfW.. M I via*, Jr., Ijike. (Ir. )lemon*just received by him CJI PuntuItas.sa.

111't..t.os..an'I'ulIl,1 travel\'( r the South this statesinan, the Soath proven that she know* I.\YKII'L "'(JI)" \R"n.-UUllUl.! Ew-; .'''I-J. )', 1.11 City. They are quite large six weighing

summer' try to incline otir )jH*>ple tu adopt I sectional ties, but ilesire-M a union of all iui \hl4\ (' tit July :., says (it ( lcrl-Jull Vin/ant, ., Uike City.At twenty-eight ounivs, und were raUeu and
!them.> the j-fople pronipte by charity and for iveneiM "Pitch Pine" that 'the dcinaixl Ior b..thi fuor of T.ue*-l.. W. River, Luke .hipl>ed by I }fr. %Viu. E.: I. )pe-r, who) calU

In an-wer to your .Iuet.ti.U >-o. :2, 1 have and rt-iaembtrring the war for thUVMins hewn 11.1.\1'bat I btn. w..\ .11.rll',' the ( them "Mi-ssina IA-IUOJI. ," In-ing doubtICKS
this: to say : It i i4 simply ziiiueiti.tto talk it taught and forgetting the ill-fi-c-ling month, and) as the .t'JI'k cH)Illi. cipe'm'iahi%' v."I'fI' (.Tiuri-'--'I ho*. W. Ct'tzcl juke the fruit of "ie
alxnit moving out of the ::.iuth. JII the tin it eii'4fiidertHl. ]lie| deniisl the accusation of la\1 timber, I Is vcr light, buyers will City. li.'moil*. They &'om)ore favorably I in
..,. that the Ifemocratic Florida SaiM-rinlrmlriU of&hotJt all I'iits la ii men, taste and quality with the ) artiilv.
the Xoithern i**>\>\* as a ma. cl"n't ltart) in opiiscdiiumigration 1 have Iii the hlI..r wimuitisi h"v UI importcs
1la.e.u-s union, them. ccond: you can dobetter I : butxn the contrary invited the .huiiiicrs.rhe ouaj.arativt' JriC".(1'11 I.itdl Like (City. and have time very decidesl advantage e of IHing --
want with -null mean- in the south than I IVi'U people all linu-s to the U-ai.-ijriig them I Iile .linti. .,\\' I tialilieiif31I1. for 1450aahust M'vL I'ofXTY. inuili eln-apcT. It may Jut be lung hit'-

in the X rtU. Hut I must haY that : u clorioiiiily hearty welcome! at all time: :',711 for 1'1J.! lu.1! jl'.151 t4it! (or County Jwlf-Wilar.\. lcA1I( Jack I flrt Florida! ). will supply to a largeextinttlucnormoa -
ihase can of vou that have the capital to help i and that if he was elected hU must ntnauoiu 1"71; thi trout February 1 to July I inclusive sonville.Shfriff I clt'lalll! lor tbi< fruit iu the

\'uur"dn:; the North b the -.la.'c fur you rtforu; would be l .t'rteal t<, bring **ttler to ( \'t'JN iiame
i will you lI, ain MWII, and :give you the Mute from sections of our land. He Liverpool and I5irketibea.Uhow* r|1.1,") cubic tri-TJoll E.:; Ihduual, JackJvle. .
-.i"w wl.U-h I think Hill convince stated that the Jireiemit ailiiunutratioii dadsavtsl fet of I.ewl. and ;>;iI") cubic (cat of TI.u-alie P. "wil. Jak. Kvtttv good picture U the basiL utieruimoui4
1111lt'r I rUI* I ant. )'UUT.. a ever, tu the jteuple in three ) ean by reduced uwn, against 5>.f"J( Art ( hewn alI. Uf- son ville. and leurC The MUM* 11furl the lul.
.viol that lUll JfeLTuS: I taxation, j.-III5III.< In Duval county, c..J frt of sawn at name date in 147tl-Pcn- Collector of /:(. although the a-'iaessed ,valuation .ruIl\'rt1 J'w444 (jtteite.IIIIII. Jabonvie. Sl :
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i MISCKLLAXKA.THE United !States, the comparative ('1)1Itltntlnll'olla !! AXKCDOTCS Ol1 O'COXXKLL. ; TIME CA1U) I x i: iv S11EIl1I.I: : !

\\' of the I'nrClpClllltatpI; :; and the United A very notorious Whiteboy, named( Lucy, .. plONDENSED
PIIWT! T'('(-() IOTIVIt AXD PASSEXOER! : e\R.I States and of the "several, States\ ; the history who \ the or THEATLANTIC,0l1LF&11'EST
c depredations ranged over 1
al Stot lead < ( I he said that his locomotive could run systems! of administration adopted in this SIT '
Ids
small
o Hence* occupied share of the HAIJUU.D, 7. 1.'IOIUn\ J
CilWIUil: | \
kj twelve miles nn hour. One very distinguished country, comparison! of American and European criminal calendar} the Cork Spring.\s lzc.'!. ; :: f J .

. }r officer of the English: government, systems of administration( political t O'Conncll( was detained to defend Lucy, and 1 IX-:1\R( 1 IL\IJHO.\I) .--- .
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A ; ? whoso duty it was to sec that the mails were economy and statistics Of course it I is cay while, ,doing so in the criminal court u heavy taM"A nCDII'UL.XD
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( carried us rapidly} \ as possible! ]laughed at the to conceive the scorn which. the average{ civil cause! in which he was also retained, : llOUTi:.
idea, and said,I that if ever locomotive ran ward manager and caucus manipulator' will was proceeding, in the Record Court Several :: rs'INI AND -
ten miles hour with a mail hag behind it feel for Mich as this. We have .
an any system! pressing sent to O'Con- In
:1 messages: were fort I'cbritary let, ISSO.OOINU .
he would eat a stewed engine wheel for Ids grown so "accustomed to disregarding the nell whose absence
was greltlll'l'lrm..1' by
q y breakfast." There! was some little excuse (question of ypceial fitness! or preparation), in his (colleagues the Record, but, until he SOUTH. '1' 11111).1T: COJI-\X ,!

for this disbelief( for the first locomotive ways filling public ofllees (that the proportion} to beard the IIIltifil.torv'cr.lid, of "Xot ( luilty. --- ,'

I4 very clumsy machine. It was called\ the provide a method. training Jar that particular ." which freed! Lucy from t the gallows, I 11\1 Atlanta, (la: ............. a.15 i'. M. .

s e'P Locomotion.( :Stcphentnntvhenliehnilt; 1 purpose I has un element of 1 surprise in ((1'01111l'1I( ( refused: t tu aimi1111 lOuth.1( prisoner.He Lt'I'e (nol, (ia............... 7.45 r. )1

it, was the only man besides his son Robert it. But run any one tl.11II1\ good reason! then left the Criminal and entered the Leave ]Brunswick' (ia.......... (i,15 A. 1

t z, who, believed it would,( go at all i: and some I why we !should require I a good 1',1111'1\111111111111, t \ t l (Civil i C uwt. Arrive F'rl'lllllll, Fla.........10.15.t. M. .'I L T t f j' "

s of the learned,I members/tf! the English f Parliament ( ( training\ for our ministers I t ,doctor I[ 'Council( why absent Leave ] ............KViO:: ) ,\. >rArrive ., ; "T' : Ur : .,
were so .
,declared, it could not run against) 11 lawyers\ and I then take up hap-ha/ard\ ,l furour I long?" (inquired'' :Sergeant Jackson you in rather -Baldwin, Fla........... -1.25 I'. )r. _.i\ ,, ._.u .. .:1' ..- -I -

; 4 strong wind It WIIa "small clumsy nll'air, Congressmen, :Senators; ami Onvernors nn (irritated\l tune tel\e Baldwin,' for Jacksonville: ; :.,:: f.in-r.: ;u.I 5'

weighing not more! than nnc-lifth as' much\ whatever noisiest or "smartest" politicians "I I could, not leave: Lucy while his case. .\rrln'.JI\'kol\ilcCIIIII.( Route). :.'I]". M.Ieave I.

as an engine of the present! time. The first (chance come uppermost at the caucuses was on," replied! ('Council.( ( Baldwin; I fir Cedar; Key.... l.fto, r. )1. No SEASICKNESS! No OCEAN DANOERS)
conventions(
and .
I ?-/lollf'j.Jollrnal. "
-was What was. the verdict? Arrive'ul.ll) (.llldiol I'. It. It) .1.11. M. I I _

; Chi.tluvTrRxiaoatlf: ; .tsuwaITtxu.-Tile t fol ".\I" III ittl( 1." 1 Leave 11 aldu, ,.. I l M.Arrivelaine ,
) was: found to he faster: and !stronger. Beforeit ............ .I' ..
t was /accepted} by the railroad it lowing taken from j''Ia\,8;! by Mr. Disraeli "Then yov" 11I1'et"t/ off a wretch who is: ( :ville............. t'. fit 1 TILE PTE\MKK.S
company and is quoted! in vIi the unlit to live, said Jack!'on. 1 (iaincsvillc. .
was put In a once with three other a paper' I Art I cave ..... ... r.2i!' P. )t
manufactured} by other engineers ; engines and of of Handwriting, / ," in (the _"-u 1110'r.11'I'/ /:;"' :, The H'lw'allt11: : remarkable for his piety. Arrive ('"Iar Ki-y,............ !1.:1> :!I r. 't. CITY or isuiwarrovAmi ;
vol. x.xiii so ( ('Council plied, : Trains ,
would Jack Baldwin
: "Assuredly!! nature prompt to : on\il1e and North :
the judges! and\ thousands of persons: who "I I n'In ('IA UK.tO .
denrfriemiduu will
witnessed every (individual to have a distinct !sort of 111 sure, my agree hilly .\
: the race, "nine-tcnths! wercagainst
writing!, as: she has given a countenance, a with me that I man whom \01 regarl, WXII i XOUTH. i
I the 'Rocket1 because of its nppearamica"lint .
voice and! a manner. The flexibility I the as! unlit to' lice would, be sti more unfit tn Leave (Cedar .. ... .
j Stepheiison: received the prize over the ltutsICS tile." Key. .. .... .t. \ M.
FAHT--S-S
other competitors' one of whom was" (Captain' clilfers! with every individual, and Arrive (Gainesville.............. $. ,\. M. TJn ,

3 S Erlcol nll. JIis1O(1'Illntlyewouldmu tilh('nJIlill1l1ll the hand will follow the' ,direction of t bethought 0'0111,1( clefellecll man 111111.,1 Hogan, Leave (!lallp'vlle.! ............ ii.I.t. )i. ---, s- .' I
hour drew and the emotions and the habits nl'the ( murder. .\ hat belicveiltnbethe Arrive ( lt. .\. al. *' v VEGETABLE; :.
and mice actually: thirteen \\1\11 I. .hlr.)... I.I i i'.1SSINiln:: ; ( : : I
d tons at u speed' of I twenty-one,; miles(( an writers.! The }phlegmatic\ will portray prisoner's was found( close! to the body, Ien-l: \:1,1", ........ ...... .... !)..>."> A. M. 1 ___'' 0 t"------ .
hour. That I'l'rflrlllllwct.III'.1' : \ the fate of his words, while the playful,\ basic. of the" of (he hilurdcrd i man, and this: was the .\rl'l\c' Baldwin....... .......12.17:! r. M. .
volatile will hardly, sketch them ; the !slovenly for : Hogun was LI'XJ.Sf'nUH'r ; .-
l.rillipal101111 supposing/
locomotives, tend engineers at once went to :
will blot, efface, and scrawl! 1 ; while the+ the perpetrator' of the That( the Leave .Jacksonville: (Cum. Jlut )..11.f.\

work The to first improve' the.l new motive power.' neat and orderly minded, will'ii't\' t'n-m-'" deceased I came (to his ti/llll..l. (' the Arrive I laid win............... :: \ r. '. :

an old box railroa.ll'n-t"l'n on wheels:: with l'r car seats was running! "'simply !selves! in the paper, with their e\es. The :stateit (the body clearly showed tutu ()'(Council Leave Ilaldwin, ,.:. ..:.:....:.-.12.4iH\' ('it)' of Kriil .eloii

f lI'rthnllt'1clrrk will not write like: the. law: felt the case tortiie' required Arrive .; .' i I'. M.
along the sides j a door at the rear c.n.l. and( u prisoner Fl.rl\IIII\I.... ..... .11 C.UT. JOHN FITXOERALD( l
scat in front t for the driver, like the box of yeruruud. Even: nations! are distinguished: t the exercise of his utmost powers The i Leave .............. :5.15 I'. M.Leave .

an omnibus. It WII'1:1, :: !' Ihcnsott! by, their writing-the vl'lIdt1111,1, variableness ( 'rowl('IIIISl.llIIlde a strong point 11 the Brunswick............. MNI( I p. 1 Waits: at F'mallllill: for the Momiay and

who invented I it, the Experiment; ,' because' of the Frenchman und: (the delicacy hat, which was produced in court ((( ('nn- Leave 11\.01...... .......... s. to A. M. Thursday: night Vegetable Trains of the

it was not generally believed( 1 that people' /and suppleness!: of the Italian, are perceptibly ncil cross-examined: ( the neighbor of .the Arrive .\tlalla. Ca.! ............. 1.15. i I'. M.
would. travel on the railway. In 1H25:! ), about distinct: from the !l1"\\1I1'-IlIlIcI: !strength prisoner, who idetitilieil it. Trains to ( .etlr Key 11111outh:; of Bald- .\TI.\XTH i (ItL'I\\11 I INDIA

the timo the first line was finished, one of of (the pen ,discoverable! in the phlegmatic; It is not Ill 'i. -iit th)1 other hats," said,l win daily except\ :11.la tPENINSULAR AXD
Herman, Dane and :Swede.; When we aningrief.we O'Conncll. r .
the said that RAILROADS: ,
principal of I England
Er nothing could papers be" more ridiculous( \ ; than the : do not write as we do in j joy., The .Well, !seemingly, blit I know till- hat." H'nlih HAIL\1) IEXIXII'L.\

prospect! of l locomotive's, (traveling twice as t'legant and corrcict mind I. which has: acquired i Arc you pcrfcrtly, sure that this was the ( J/II.) leaving (''ltrt.tl'l't:: Dock direct for :Savannah. :

fast as ",tage'oachl'lIl" And it added, t that the I fortunate habit of a fixity of at- hat found, near til body ?" WISC( norm.Lfave Passengers 11.1 ! tention will write with scarcely an'cr.usurc. sure., people I would noon !still t themselves I 's! to, "Iallil .111110.11111011........ of t11I1Itiol at \
be! fired oil upon\ one of COII rcvc'lI rockets on (the page' as Fl'IH.lolllllloi (Gray; ', and (lith! ( ) ( proceeded, to inspect the (/(- Leave I ( \ ( ............. ;.41 A. M. and trains for the North

i as trust themselves! to the mercy of "such, a bon ; while we find III Pope's manuscript: born, and tUrl.,1, up the lining as: he Il''I'l.el Arrive Loeldoosa: .............. N.10 A. M.

machine, going/ at such\ a rate." Stephenson :; the perpetual !struggles!: correction and the into the interior."Was (nISi NORTH. Steiiiuer I)mi Clark,

however, firm in his belief that passengers eager and rapid interlineations struck alt'incent. the prisoner's name PAT 1KXJAN" Leave Lochloosa. .......... ....10.00 ,\. at I. il

would, travel by rail, declared that the (h''Iittledeachltttersbwly) "in it at the Leave 1 Hawthorne( .............10.15 .t. M. (',\' P. I H. \\\m.)
1 time would, come, mill he hoped to live tn The vital principle' must be t true I!aat1II1IlIwritilig tilll'01 t found' it ?" .\rIc111,1", .11ItIOI..I.I!P. )1 Leaves Centre :Street: Dock every Wednesdayand 3

1 i see it, when it would, he, cheaper) for the poor bears!: an analogy to I the character .1\\1:, of eoOrc.I' Trains from Waldo. ( chdtnsaand, : I return I Saturday 1 for I SAVANNAH, touching l at t ;
"
all !
Vollllltlrldioll !
as! / !! are characteristic be ? : : I
man to ride than to walk. This 1 prophecy of (the individual. But YUIII'llltlllot Ililakcl' Tuesday: Thursday :and Saturday.CONNECTIONS. BRUNSWK'K( ST. SIMON'S, DAR1EN: and '
many c-aiises! No, sir.
threatens to bo more than fulfilled in a few "I'l'rille DOP.OY) .
years. It is. proposed" in England to send to counteract or obstruct,: this result.: I Iam .\111111 "oll\ore is as true as (that?" t\

passengers! by rail at ordinary I English. letter intimately l acquainted: with the l handwriting u i- (l" ,\TI\. T.\ MeinoriiiKln.Steamers I

rates, mid under a system! Uftichetslike \postage : \ of t live of our great poets.: The fil.tIII : "Then go olf the table this minute !" ('IO"l' connection I is made, at .\tllil.: (ia.,

stamps\ -a six-cent stamp' entitling the early life acquired, among :Scottish: advocates cried O'Conncll( IrilllllIllh'. Addrta.iiigtlleJlldgt' : to and from, all points! North, laat,11'est}: and ::t : are connected I I bv Through 1 Tariff i' t twill

holder. to by route! to part, of a handwriting: \ which cannot be distinguished desalt! !, there ('al be Northwest: daily. the Atlantic-, (lull tl: West: India Trul. :
go any any \ from that of bis, ordinary brothers no conviction' here. There i 1' nn in the : I 11111 via :: (
brunt Britain But (Jeorge( Stephenson:: \, tvusitot //II AT )tl'n 1\ i UIIII'III..lllr Iai rO:1 -a\III'
; the second educated in puhlic'schools' ( : : Ii, ,,!" ', : : : 1 lor Baltimore, Philadelphia I
believed I then and the l people)' continued 1 With Train- for Eufaula Columbus, ( a., lal
l to call him "Daft (d'eordy/ which means where writing is. "shamefully, neglected; composes The prisoner wat- at once ncquittd.O''o11hiell Montgomery', Mobile( and New Orleans \, New York and Boston.For j
'! his sublime Iurtive verses! in aschoolboy's :State-Rooms: : and all other "
I succeeded I Til.ktoc.
( ( ( in
"Crazy ieorge. It was not long after the (
: scrawl\ II"t
l-il'Ii I
I AT FEttx.uxptx.l: FIA.,
Stockton it Darlington road I was' opened ragged /as! if ho had never obstreperous attorney, '' til'I' was indicative particulars, apply (to i following Agents ;
finished, )his tasks: with the writing master ; With New York and : :: and I Ollice's: j
his He bore his iu- Fl'rII"llat'II
that more pssseiiger! : cars were needed. The : mi :
first improvement on the "Experiment" t the third l writes as 111.hl'rollrht: ,: poetry' in i Ihnoc ot I Il:1'olllOI.tIl delimit and) pugmiaclout : s-hip; Line from New onH lt'1111Iill. Fa.-Clpt. J. L. Roumillat I Igl'lt. ,

was: a double ('lIr. made: out of two mourning the common hand 01'a merchant's clerk, all'Olltl'II"of! hiill-ilog., On cither side ofhisi lo.KOa.: ul? and, for New York on Friday, at .\ ( 'ltrl't.:: ., hd\\'I'1:Second; ami bird. ,

J l'OI1I'II." This car was lighted at night from early commercial avocations, ; the he-ad,l stood out I lock: of hair which seemc'd' 3.10p.m.; from XI-I-II: : N. 1' on Weenies* a\'llllIh.
Ill f i'* by a single ('lIlIllle.J fourth has all that finished neatness which to defy! brush, : 1 or cumuli to smooth down.These den: ; for XUl'III. N. 1'.. on 11'clineSday.1 opposite! Iula-kl: : and :-c'len'l: 10\l:. ,: },1

II : his verses: ; while the fifth is: a specimen : locks rose: like carved horns, and increased 11'ithenrgiatlml Florida, Inland., :-tCII-: alI''fllvlll'! Flu.;Corner BI"11 Pine i iI
i J Tim BEAi'TiFfL Hvxit.[ -Three fair girls of a 1'11111\1111I1. not in the habit of correction ; the cuntbttlye' cast of his countenance. boat: ( 'o. from Savannah: on Tuesday: Wednesday Sts.I i I'I'III; Drug) Store; A. C. Ltin- 1

I : were seated on a mossy bank by the !borders alteration/ ", so that he appears\' to Petulant and irascible: by nature, he Friday', oil :Sunday; ; for. Savannah on phere' T .Agent ; A. L. Hungcrford. f ':

I ;. of u rippling stream which flowed in silver be. printing his thoughts;: without a !solitary spluttered I out hit words with Tuesday, Friday and Sunday.With' Agent. 'is.1.

beauty their feet It was u beautiful picture. erasure The! handwriting of the first amid guttural and, being in politics 1 hissing a tierce ( 'hartll Steamers (Ft. Jnhn'i and :St.: Augustine, Fla.-On the Bay, R. F.Armstrong. ;

I- The sun was gilding all things with ti thlrll'ol.ts.' not indicative of l their character Orangeman'Iollll.bore Particular' hostility to City 1'oint) f'ol Savannah and ('hllrll-Itol: .\ .

.ij golden brightness! and lighting;: up the features we have accounted for; the others are admirable 0'(' I \'III'd"111 Sunday; for :Savannah; mil !1llltkl, Fla.-Lilienthul Brothers e'J.JI'ltl. .. /,
of the and mirthful damsels of 01 ld I ami\ .\ 4_
dlllraC'tl'I'I"I.lc11110(
Friday.
i' young specimens!: / As 0') (' : employed, for the de llarlltOi loI\1\ : .
{ who! were: merrily: engaged 1 !in wrcafhiiiKgar4 graphs" fence, 0111(111": attorney\ conductedthe :-t'IIII'r: ; i1""daily to and from :St.; f OUSTAVE' : LEVE.icncrut : ,
<; ot wild( nowers 4. mm clerking earn otn-- wlil' tll III-h Mary's, (Oi., ull, and l I'rol (: \ Passe-utter Agent.
( ( ; the attorney constantly 'l'llwl'cd\
Hosi-mi.iTY.(( There is: a great deal of fool- ,
Jr+ er with the garlands twined by their own 'I'I(Ir Illiltill' :St.; Mary's( Hi\er W. F. BARRY
ish this ) of opposition: I I1"lin;
in matter. It' have
:j fairy fingers: By-and-by thl''III' 1I1I to compare pride we agucstto In'ital-I tll' \ (ienc-nd Agent, :SavannahJ ;
.. .
S whom the elegancies of wealth tire 1a1l1ltJlILI. ( by interrupting lall( while examing his witn'esses ,t- \T.IWI FI.With \ ,
the size and 1 beauty t of their l hands+ : and, N. 1IARR1MAN, h
herd we "do our .rl'ttil.-t"( to make (him constantly: addressing: them as: they Trains for Live Oak:Tallahassee, and t
each with the other that 11
_
loveliest disputed{ wasthe think we, too are in a manner habituallyuxorious. came to bl'II\,01. and altogether was: most: in Middle and West Florida. Manager.
of all. One\ washed her hands alltilt
ami l The barristers who
( For this purpose: we ransack: tlaeIIIlrkl.tll unruly lrl'glllar. AT IXiCIII.OOSV, FL.\.,
in the stream another tho ti111iMEIt: :
I limpid' ; plucked
t for delicacies acted with ( ( ,l all they could tokl'l'P SC'IIntTI.ITI
lire
l ; wild strawberries, and stained her linger tips rush carriages, get: this ( 'OIII.Jlli,1, but in vain. He With :Steamer: Aff hn for all l joints andlundiiig
into all sorts of extravagances quiet
operatickcts
attorney
ruddy pink ; the third! gathered SWl..t'io.( seemed bent on Orange) Ijike, on arrival Peninsular F STEAMERS
was ever : on
which do not in the least Ih'l'l'h'chlll1. (
,, }lets until( her hands were redolent! with theirfragrance. : jlll \1,1\,1 latter : llailroail Train.ATUUNKSVII.LK.
and, which cause us to look at our flat provoking \\1-1: IJlitl'l"I'l' .
An aged and haggard: l woman, pocket-books with blank faces when he is \ ) to ka-p <1,1.1 until roused 1 by this. FI.'t ..\., -'s -----

I IIn'11t'lir.clad in the, saying garb:of" live the !meanest me 01''ollr poverty charity -, might have left us with a heart obstreperous individual interfering Whl'l heO'Connell Staire:; Line for+ CK-ala and Tampa on | ST. JOIIXS } % I J ('IT\1'OIXTJ"V7"ILL }

y 'sf 1. ; 111111'I'n' loor." All three1 denied her, lightened with the real pleasure of his. visit.Now ( ( !) Wll1lr'.lng 1 hostile witnesstoanswer )Monday Wednesday: and Saturday ; from s

'I but fourth } I two to one, he I is satirical to himself: ; 1\O ulorl\t 111.toll. O'Con- (I'al a'nd Tampa: Tuesday! Friday and Sun
a girl who sat close by, Ullw ashen ,
i'I !! bent the and I
( on look, .
i or infinitely amused.: In the house! where 1.1 "tl'rl
in the unstained with fruit
brook
\ unadorned -
with flowers the courtesy, reverence and order are maintained !'Illlh'.I. in tones that rcvcrberate-d through;: AT nI.\1 KEN, FL.\., -
: gave jnior woman n is but an incident to any true the court-house, "Sit:; down rOimd'lrml./ *, Co.'s Line for
With
received
little and her :
gift grateful thanks poverty
Ilnin-ciit, The Talf'l :1lHl-hl"
I The daughter;: of poverty asked them the sou visit! (that we may intcrcliange fniirlliiij, iiiKjiMfinin 11t Tainp.i ( "ay and Thursday,
electrical. Down bat attorney
) thought, stir up) old memories give was Ihl't'rllfall'l at i for : andThursday
# subject of their dispute: mid they (Aid her, sympathy while shout of p. \,11111 Key 'l.t11IIIY
inifthtuliicss ,
i lifting the while their beautiful Itatiils.I ami encouragement/ awaken 1 Ilu ht'r. 11 at I ll. m.
I 14 "Beautiful indeed !" said she. But when watch each others progression, and "l'ldi. bar Illuu.lil'lc'e participated, marked -With the l'll'lltatl':; and Havana Fast

they asked her which was the must beautiful find out thell.t!: friendship.: 'I'll give utter () (OII.J'S and For Oll't lie Judge Mail Steamertluiltnl\ for Key WI.tla'alll.euba. : leave Fernandina Jacksonville!
freedom to the that th.111:1 feel! forgot gravity, struck by the apposite and Palatka and intermediate
/ she said : It is not the hand t that was guests \ on arrival of Special 'frln. TT landings
washed! in the stream, it is not the hate that( themselves!! no burden is the first and\ best t'ruf O'oluel'l reproof',' ltl'rlh'rolt'llllll day afternoon, at 4.30 p. m. From J Havana, on the :St.; John's River( and! :Savannah: :

is tipped with 1'l'lI. it is not the hand with treat we can provide. Then while indeed I'ut ll'r. (:U"I and Key West every ntunlu '. Special and Charleston, as I IIOWI:
stuck to for the
,;, ;4' the fragrant flowers but it is the hand that we may do them all honor possible, in such Illt JIll.mt :tl'rt' ( train tOl'onll'.t. t.!

S 3 gives! to the jxK,r which is the most beautiful. diversions and entertainments: lie withinour ,lfe. With Steamer Il/erllr.it{ for )joints on the From Fernandina
means we shall find that to render ourselves O'Connell took, I a rather : mode ofbeing River at ((1 !
a4 I .\!! she said these words her wrinkles amusing Suw :uiu'e fl 'UIlla)1 a. in. FOR JACKSONVILLE: AM. PALATKA. 'I
t ur home opular, we have''mly to revenged on farmer cheated
For
J. lied, her !stall'was thrown away, and a beautiful I Wl Inf"rllul : routes, rates,
'1 angel stood before them. "The loving make ourselves in harmony with their him of 1 fir The man called lol him at his: etc., ap J': EVERY; WEl E-I:: )Y.1.

heart and the kindly hand," said she, "are moods. The jH onst may, in this way, draw! lodgings( in Patrick( Street, Coik 1 Iml. I'aylllJ A. O. )LdO EJJ. ""tf

t 1 always beautiful, and where these! are not, about them the most agreeable; people irrespective he had d.no attorney". .state-d, very I (Jen'l Ticket 1111Jl'nt.. From Fernandina .+ y.

g there is no \beauty left," IUllhtrllihtwlltoh;: "ol'hllli..1, i Ill'!iOlls. for t true hospitality point 0 law on WIll'l ne reqwMcei the"cuunscllurs i.1';. M.ixw KLL: (fen'I :11.t. 1 FOIL :SAVANNAH:
AXO :
si vanished out of their sight.,; "Rightsaid is a magnet; which draws rich and : advice (CConue.at!! once -- -- --- CI.\JUSTOS.

Undo Charlie "beauty I is only skin! deep, ]M>or alike to partake of its fascination.: attended to the client put ,'vl'rl questions: TIII: 1.'I.cunn.\ jWTKVERY: : FRIDAY.-M-! ,

and I would rather have the rough brown olden Jlule.NOTHING pertinent to his CUll', and (hen 11rl'.tl..1 the

list and iron hook of kind-hearted Sailor Lila A SCOTCH II)1'UU.-\ correspondent farmer us to his rIlU!'!'('. He had h tlihI'll : Close connection made with 1'1.uUUJ fur !

Jackthan the fairest 1 baud I that ever wore of the Albany\ Aryut writes of un when a fr'III. Mr. Ktll.t. was 1IIIUIC' f. Melloiiville and Eltl'f'rl'l', also: steamers -

l diamonds, with a I'rllu.1lIIft't'lilllt heart behind amusing incident which"occurred at Oneontn ) I'll. tllt whll' o'ulIl'l WI!:! shaking him fur (k' ; also at :Savannah;

it. The. iood, Book tells, us of Ono and says tluit he knows all the }persons bv ( hall. lit farler.JII'l'lIII| !
d i whose: hands were pierced with nails and referred to, and can vouch for. the truth of his exit. He had totlr-II'ut 1-ton: and Hllmln'.1111ut ( !

whose, visaire was more marred him it : "A eurpenter and joiner in Oneonta, when O''t1 guessed his purpose. lYriiaiMliiui, \ fur l'\ Philadelphia, Baltimore
farmer his descent and with ,
4f man's anfyctliewasthe'fairestamong about 111 C'OIICI'.1 whl'l Xorhl'Ulh'nl.Smth Carlo-
; I u year ago said to his fellow-workmen
outstretched!
4 ten thousand and altogether: lovely" und the : 'As!: soon as lean t.l.t": chance-" lam O'unllel. leaning over with hair Ton on II. It. Line. lina West,Railroads : East and
not the ,
more we aim to bo like Him, however plainin going to send over home to Scotland/\ and getu 'u\l-tht. rl'lrt'ltlglII'lt'l de-

feature" rude in form or coarse in raiment claw-hammer us is n hammer one that I but his wig. The f.lrll'r l'tlllnlli and hil the And- Cedar Key. J'IST-CIJ- PASSKNOKU: ACCOMMO
satisfied to lose the wig save
? the more truly beautiful we are."- can work with ; I earl get a decent hammer !l'elt. DATIONS.Through .
London ChristUui (llube.TRUMXU guinea, but he was no match fur O''ollndl
.
in Am lI1l'rica.lII1t this: time a friendof -
}t' Returning with the I'ulp. O'I'llel rl'tt Tickets!: and Staterooms securedand
his back
( MEN !: was .going to the 'aIlMI'IIII"! and
FOR Prune Lire.Then his friend with the all
has been manifest of later on the part of col! he commisMonedhim to get to the best hardware dian chief Kdll as Il held up his trophy. "Here, Oilers to Lessees and Purchasers a largenuhidler ner infurmatiol and Second furnished} streets. at office, cor-
in
store him
]lege-bred men. a disposition to take a more ihtsguwund get a carjHntcr's he said, is the wig of rascal who 2O-1y
) claw-hammer, the best lie could tied KtIl. 1 of the most eligible and desirable C. .\. NO YES.
} and less
practical supercilious: view of pub : jl"t hilk.111' of u fee.
i lic affairs and ]olitical duties. The privileges regardless of cost. In due time the friend ,rhat will "Oi do with i?" a"ked Kcl Lots, suitable for Business Purposes) or for A. II. XOVEiS
t and functions: of citizenship( national returned bringing the desired( tool. The
1 and rtunities I party gathered around him including! some let City or Suburban Residences, KOCEU AND SHIP
perils( opj"> problems of linance, his ( ole IU.llt'e. said Han CHANDLER,
of fellow-workmen !
he
und
to .
of i>olitcal! economy and of governmentthese proceeded He threw up the Will.lw of his lodging,
1 l the themes open the package, in the meantime makingthe below UI"ON EASY TEUMS.: (
are which are coining to and there was congregated in the Itrl'l.t DEVLER IX
1 remark '
I'll show
hold the must prominent place on commencement : you something to crowd of the finest pfcuntry of Minister

programs. It is u good sign make your eyes water us the friend had assured ,1 who always escorted the l'I.dll.r.n Liberal JiS'Ult on Values allowed to I-ro i.lou!, I.Ignor., ite.:
!him that he had him the kind
and! if much that is crude or impractical : brought his! way to the Cork court-house', for Dan at 1
of hammer used by the best workmen in parties engaged in manufacturing ur industrial -
continues to be uttered the indications of this emphatically, .the man of the
.
(ila. o\V. He atlcctionatcly unwound the I tllU AGENT: run Ii. F. AVERY it CO.'S PLOWS.CEXTKE .
ijniokened interest are gratifying. There is 'r from (the throng us who will erect the .
wraps, and as he took the tool and handed 1 at'l)11 1 hunt enterprises, on }Property .
recent which is the face "See -
no development so
smiling
perhaps, saw llf'ollll.n.
it over to his friend, he said : 'There', look substantial
"
full of encouragement this direction as iioys he have improvementsfor
in ( Ilur'ha".t STREET,
'ri'lI1
at that.: One of his! friends did} w1. and read
the announcement that the authorities of the trademark. on the hammer : Made( at you. This tile wit. this: Mij ernne wig. I ( residence, or in which to conduct tht'lrLu"ineN.
:
Columbia College have decided to establisha just took ( head! a man who &Mf :
now .\, FLA.W.M. .
I Norwich, N. Y., r.-:;. You can imagine! nll 1"JnS.IHS.
school in connection institution fee. With shoutsof -
with that has sneaked Ill' with my ----- -
the scene (that tollll't"1.:11111.0:: it
"designed to preiuire young men for the duties there to ay, laughter they received it. as O'ConnellHung INDUCEMENTS I ; TO K. ('. II'ItYEI:.
\
was no more bragging! alxnit /Scotch )1 ll'AlrVn-
of public ltf The course of study hammers." it from Trim and they tossed it from

) stretches through three years, and the cu- one to another like a shuttlecock.. ERS, by exemption for a term of }'I".1l from GI EIUJ. COMMISSION SIERCHAXT,
riculum includes (the history of philosophy Soon after the late owner of the wig issued
IT IUITENS: us with cages' tlto birds without taxation, oH'civd by the several cities and
the history of the literature of the politicalsciences despair( to get in and those within des- from the .1.Jlr. He was o.aHe.l with }loud CEXTKE ST., :E\R R. R. DEPOT,

the Roman law and the Juri! pru. Pair of getting out-that is JI1arril<,:.-J/'M- groans and CU1tl'lptUOUl epithets that K-- towns. Apply, to

deuce of existing codes derived from it, the taignt. sides I the loss of his wig, caused him very FERXANDIXA, }'I.A.UI .
sts. Ftrnandina.
"th
constitutional history of Europe' the special j bitterly to lament having cheated O'Connellout jf*rOftice cor. Ht'1h \ .

constitutional history of England: and the THE average human life It thirty-one years. of his fee.. IG-tf ,', (Corn Olh.y





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J1-'. .I.\.nTTl MI JO cultivate anti deliver on railroad.) Of course I.'I.eHul'oTTO Cnor.-.\ portion of the
II. .1. ItAKIllt A IlltO., f
I l lake! City }has alreadymatured.
I realize much better sea i island crop near .
when' shihped'< l North we
I km,Jonnnette and. Jo {
Two girls Suvvannee
tJA'-1' _- I fr' l"I price" One hundred 1 dollars per acre for .1 letter! from : county,
I And one is always moping ; melons be made. here and !eH in home in the :Savannah A>M',' of :Mondav, says : Y 1
ean :
The other lassie, tome\ what may', and. in this lam
EO L anti cultivating ( !': both cotton corn ;
markets. of
V ETAI3LtSIC ;.. a 15; IV url St.. >'ow York 1 Is alwajs bravely' hoping.llcauty less than Cost other planting All the foregoing mediate section were never more promising!
I ) any rop.
l LIA ., : iJ be planted on the same land that than\ at present We plant nhiKst exclu"ivelyof -
can: :
i '11 ;. ', ; ( Y., of fate: and girlish grace crops ) undtir six old. long staple t"ttnnto which our
:
.t' V1 ,- ..' oranges: are growing on years
.
;
AI ., ,. ""I:;;'# 'y', Are'thiirs fur joy and sorrow I These should be followed as soon as Kinds! u rich slimly bum: are particularly
11 1 'VtlT. 1"l',.,;; Jeanne'tte takehirightly day.bud crops of hummock nnd
every : our
speak
I J. ': M\Mr\cTiunjs: 0.'onnls'I'In.s .' gathered. with vveet potatoes on the same ndapted we
-, "J'hnm.1.: .' : JIII l'e\lIIlI'udl ill-IIIorrow: lind: which will jleld\ Horn 15ctii4lHlmslicN ; ) pine lands 1 lying along the banks of the :Su-;

\ 'f }? l ': 'ran, and sell from thirty cents! to $1 wannee Uiv'er.: Our farmers: arc awake to
: pi{
RfN E\VER l1 ,.?: i; One early! mom they watched the dawn per hll hc'1.'hl'lI potatoes are net )plnittedtiebl their interests in procuring improved see-d.,
\ "I? 1 i them stand together increasing the 'i..IIII\ll. quantity of the staple.
taw ; j
\ j : : peas should! :and as soon as: the )peas are
;
1 "w JJ 1 Their whole d.iy'port: 'twas very plain gathered, the vines should be plowed in as ." :Seventeen replies are received from
has been fn constant ? Depended the weather. lertib/er for the thirteen counties: in Flori.l.11\' theSavnn-"
>,. : \ft. out oranges. nap Cott01l'xchaJl1tl': The weather has

use by the public ti:4I :[( '1 'Twill storm cried Jo. Jeannette spoke NFW: t'si.s HIK (''orrn:'
,- low: yon now," continued Atkinson, "two nnd I is n little more favorable than nt this:
for over twenty years,, .'} !.. r i': on.\xa: TKII: : .irvxrici:, Yes, but 't\\\ 11 oon be t'er.'And samples" : of product of re it ton !seed which time last >enr. There has been no land of
J, .. were given! me by the late: William Adamson ndandoned. The Mnmls, tire
and U the boot preparation l Came, beating clow n the clover of Philadelphia, who had devoted n good, anti the plant forming nnd bloomingwell.
; .. ever Indented for HESTOll- The !great deal of time and. skillful attention to The condition of the crop) generally Is:

I ING OKAY 1I.VIU TO ITS: I, State (t'ndur Formula I of (!eo. 11. 1'orrrster.) 1 told, woo IIII cried angry! Jo ; shis. subject in connection with the manufacture good,-it being well cultivated. It will com- I
of oil. He perfected I a )process: of with the !same time last year.
"It]t alwajs i i.* a raining: "an1Ii\\'ornhh'
VTlIFUL COLonSD i Assnyer Then hi.ll her face. in dire: despair: I treatment of I linseed!! and I the tlrtll'lof; cot. "There are sonic reports) of caterpillars and I

and lamenting and. complaining. /11111'1'11 with light; naphtha{ which had: i not rust t, but no harm has: been clone. In the
I VLIFE. been established:. commeieially to any great island section thc weather has been

:sea
OheOiist 1'roiKiuneeil\ by Orange (Jrower: theery
Hilt? sweet Jeannette: quit hopeful 'l't- e\tent at the time of his death. I understand warm nod dry, but it is now n little more favorable. : \
i t It supplies the natural of Mass I'll tell it to her honor,- : that there :are now several largeconceins Three counties report !some landplanted

I food and color to the liulr I and IjookeMl up 11111mitl'll. till the sun : ill the West<< : which treat linseed: in this: in cotton to huhl'l'lI abandoned.

: ; glands without staining the ,! ('IIII1l'hinill- in upon her. manner, '1'hisnaphthaextracts: I : ten or t twelve The stands lire gem-rally not so good, though
lendingPhysi blest! Manure fir tho Orange} Trot Per cent store oil than by pressing, and forming and blooming well.-CW-
skin. It will Increase and they lire ;
I The broken clouds :sailed oil'\ in crowds. leaves!! the kernel u better food-the main lout
thicken the growth of the ClanS. Across a sea of glory. objection to cake :as foot I being the cllcet of ,
hair, prevent Its blanching Jcmnncttc :quid Jo ran, laughing, in,- the oil on the quality of the milk both of A (yiutestoxuKyT: of I the ( uuricr-; uurnnl!

aud flmnoff/ and thus endorse Which, ends my\ illll'lell'Q'- cows: and. sheep In this! sample you will writers: from Washington. La. : In jour issue'
AVERT BALDNESS.V and observe I that I the I.c'I'1I1'1 is absolutely!! : desiccated of ;May :31, J. I L. "'. of Chester, :S.:; C., wants

I'I recommend roiticisTiirs: : C''OtIl"I.I'I'I: : : :n.x .\. Jov is di\'inc. Come storm, come shine, nnd will last any length of time.. I to know how to kill nut grass.!! I suppose

,. ? > I The hopeful' me the gladdest. : ; understand, : that this!! proce'ss!! i is about to be lie means even large) plantations: in thisStale
It cures! Hilling, Eruption it tlU-S! : .\Illll"lIbt l\I\llllrt'\lI, dear girls, believe established on a Inl' scale by the Adamsou-: Ire 11I':1'i1141.t with cots I have .some- '

and ])11 II d ruff.I! n : as a Of all things are the saddest.In larvae L'oillpallIII' Uiebmotyl, I bud. patches on my 'plantation.: I have tried to
I HAIR IHtESSISO It h very greattriumph 1 I also hnll.1IIU a small :specimen of cottonseed lind how to kill it. Nime:; say' ditch around

desirable, ,giving the hair n i I morning's light, let youth he blight ; hulls: reduced, to what I believe the it and\ not stir it. Others: !say! put salt on it.

silken softness. which ull 'I.I Fur EnFR:! t l'ltOI" Take in the !sunshine tender; paper-hutkers call 'half Mull'' You will Salt will kill the grass, but it kills thc land,

I admire. the head in medicine. Then, at the close, t shall< life's' declirteHe notice that it has been bleached: '' and! pulped' too One old !settler told me to plow up the
.4-.( It keeps ) full of sunset splendor.And and appears to lu n very good. material for land take a line tooth take surd rake up the
clean, sweet acid healthy.
I' the m.inutactureof: : paper. I have been told nuts carefully and burn them, and then Lime .I\

stiontilk' principles to produce n' who fret, try, like Jeiinnette, h1 paper luau ufatturer: Ii, used a good : careful where 1 the ashes He tells
1'repared; To shun all weak complaining; ";'nlllr cotton seed for )paper! making during i that he knew dirt chimney'' that was in use

a large yield per jure.ALSO .A1\Cll1l1t like Jo, l'rOllt too" 0\111- the war, that it is most excellent material, twenty years: It fell "0\\:11/11I11/ the coco
"It ulwajs is a raining I :and would serve. admirably to mlwith. sprouted up out of it. He found the nuts
.1/",!! ..11"I'I'"dVI', feet-under rotlllll. I I'nIII 01'01:11\11\ !
wood pulp in order to give strength to the eight )
paper. down in rust )proof nuts ; in the spring niter

AGRICULTURAL.MVUMT "Y at will observe!! that this specimen has they come oil 1 sow peas; broadcast. Ily that .

n considerable; staple: that is very strung It 1II1'UIISI make pretty good ciops, tool. take ,
uCIUNo HAMS 11.:\UH" i\
\ DYEWHISKERS < I\KHFXINO.: : .-We copy' fiom 0111''lIhllll.ll' is alleged that forty per cent of the tockIIIIW cure not to 1'1'1'1111 tile nuts: I don't thinkit

the .0/111, rinrlilnJuiinitit 1I 1'.111I this: country, in the paper I manufacture spreads' fl'OlIIhl' seed..! :Stock; will) spread!
I PKIMi: AiSKICULTUUAL: CUHMICAIMTLPHATi :: \ contemporary, consists: of wood pulp which is: it last in wet weather You may: ! the following statement fl'UlII11 but don't) think : kill it.
will change the beard to it P.KOV\ or IIInllllfadllrl'.1 separately at points convenient ()lIlall
I : :: AMMONIA, Alachua vegetable glower, which, will be' for the supply, of paper, is distributed Ull t.
In
ULACK at discretion. living one
read with interest: : and sold by the wood-pulp. manufacturing COTTON:' Sin 011.1'1'1' Pun: OMVI: On.
It Is applied, and ITItTI'OA: ; ] manufacturers. 1
preparation easily : companies to the paper
This is an industry that will rapldlvassume Infoimation received' by the Tie-usury!! Department
.1 produces n permanent color that Trill importance' amt magnitude. in -ollth: 1 know of no attempt jet made to introduce h u slides that the: Italian Government
:sri'in; : piiosPiiATi;; ': I.IMI;: the cotton-seed, hulls or )pulp (made] from
( seed oil
Jas not wash off. Floritl11'1 better, facilities are all'orded, for., will put an import duty on cotton
_ _ _ reaching ort hl't'I\ markets. Hl'llIwH' are them for this )purIt Me. They arc burned to This will be done to protect olive oil, which
PItEI'AIED itvR SULPHATi:: OF l'OT.SII.ITIUT kindly permitted, by :Mr. J. 1 II, jngr.iham, a large degree nt the oil mills, or to a great is one of the largest article's of export. It
extent II"1. I Hero is l Held forenterprise
P, HALL & CO, NASHUA, N, H, (Cell; :-mfor.l'l; agent here to publish letter wlI worth investigation.certainly n From mtItpearsihnt' large ouantities: of cotton seed
)': OF POTASH. market written by an : oil I 1111 this omit t soul exportedto
a produced
Sold by all Dealers In Medicine. on' gardening, prominent certain paragraphs in the report of the India arc ry
---- -- gardener ..f.1lachtacounh', w hie h will Italy. There, without nnv chnngo} or
<(iovernmenton cotton ginning 111111'11
11U1lIAT1O1': POTASH, ,give much valuable information' (to those nddition, it I is put up as olive ml, branded nssuch
'LAGG'SIMPROVED to infer that the hulls of India cotton
are
proposing' to go into gardening : : i, ami exported, .I as t the genuine i article- A
used to 'oll..i.ll'rah1t1'nt for'tho -
PATENT LIVER P&D iv6oEt I SULPIIATi:: MACN1XIA: : a ( : miiniilac trade huts in cotton 1'11'1'11"oli'c" '
(S,\IM.S\IMJ: :, FI..JIII 5, l.sso.My \ ture of ( ) but where nnd how I have largo grown up
GETS; HARD. Deer Hir:-I regret that I have not the not been 11\super find out. oil It is stated that the cotton seed

( CAN: BE MADE AM TWICE STUE.NOTII AS LO.NO.llmtei .OESIRID. LAST SULPHATi:: OF SODAStrictly } time to answerin!! full Will give you a ('011' "I have also sent to Japan to learn what oil. is ns good.!, If not hatter, for all )purposesthan !!

Corel without Erarelag the Cyjten.CURES .))1'II.etll'l'lort, and, at some futnie day will disposition: I is there made. of the hulls. Tho the genuine olive oil. Many preler it.
fore Ciroiiii Ilouc.Our take plea-uie in giving you and yuurtriendssuch kernel of I the "oltOIel'clls ull saved aud is:

information as you may request.: very greatly I \'nltll'llllI that country. I have UVTIIIMI.: -Once a week Is often enoughfor
Chills and Fever, sTHc '1'tsuttessbould. be jilanti-d: 1 in hot-betisiii lately received( from there these rather re'- u descent' white man to wash himself. allover

Liver Complaint, J WY December) and January for early shipments ; markablu: drawings/ of the methods of pressingandextractingtheoil nnd, whether in summer or winter,

Dyspepsia 10auel trim-planted in February and March, or !by the Japanese*. In that ought to be done with ICIUP'urlll{ water
> PAD' drt'ular.'o full particular': III\lll1rl.! when four to twelve inches highllOlIlcl:; these pictures the crudeness!! of the methods and u hog's hair brush, In a room showing .
neuralgia, mailed tree to all applicants,! They will interest .- be planted deep in the ground a* possible in I is shown in drawings/ that could hardly bo at least degrees Fahrenheit. If n man

r Nervousness, you iI''oll arc interested in Agriculture rows- four to the feet apart timid frllm three to (excelled their perfection either with re- is u pig in his nature, t"el1111 amount of

Rheumatism, or Orange_ __. Culture.__ ___ ___. ._m _15-Gm_ __.__ four ,.-et in the drill or rows. Cultivate by s\sect to a true method. of showing; the mechanical washing) will keep him clean, inside: or out.
Costiveness jilovving and hoeing, very much after the appliances: : or tho artistic skill :Such:; u one nee-dsa bath every time he turns
r TIII rioitn order of cotton or ('IIUe-IIOllt two I'I0wln/-/ shown in their exectlon."-Cbftcm.Cirmiti round. Hec-an do nothing neatly. Itatbs!'
i Female: and one or two hoeings is all that can be should) bo taken early in the morning:
Weakness done I have gathered, shipped'! and sold : OK Tin TOVIVTO.-In regard to
AND IMMKSUAT10N: COM PA'YOFFKIW for it I is then that tho syste-m possesses: !
'
Sick 4 iNervom LASH from one acre this ('IIiOIl1: :.) one bushel" t training, it is asserted' 1 that much better the ]M\ver of reaction the highest degree./
(
yF' crates, lI\1Ill'lultlllt' from fifty cuts to six dollars ft nit-especially: for eating raw-can bo had Any kind of bath) is dangc'roiis soon after a
headache: : i.These __ per crate. I have /II.Itl;/ from this one from plants: Kittened: l to slant stakes than meal, or soon abler fatiguing 'exerd e. No I

Pods Cure all Diseases br A b orption. No acre this se-ason $,{.")4)( clear of all expenses.: when plants are allowed to run ut will over man or woman should. take u bath at the

menthe Norris Stomach.fetes,Oils) nr Poisonous! Medicines( are tak.'n 800.000'r..1'1' The average crop here per acre on yowl alum the ground, or evui"" when they uro fastened close of tho clay, unless by the advice of the r
The
Pods are worn over the Pit "
I of the stomach. is: from 2-Vi to.'VM:! O bushel crates.!! slanting- trellises.: heavy stakes!: are required in
covering the Great Nerve Ontr-', funtilyphysichui./' Muny man, attempting )
al lo the Liver. and Stomach. A gentle VI-RI table ]leans should be )planted) as early as t 1st I ot course: us the great weight of u to cheat ids doctor out of a fee, has
lanici nh orhed Into thecirculatlon o the Plooil and Of the most February in rows 2J} legit apart' and from plant in fruit cannot bo )borne by light
Liver purify in.the Blend stimulating the hrrunci cheated himself! out of his life ; live, it is I
Kidneys to healthy action, and strengthf-DinR the two to four in drill the width of u common stakes. Strong bushes: are also frequently dune every day. The safest mode of u cold
Stamac.litodicestfond.. FBJCB or PADS) (1 AND ,3 ACCKSSIIJLK: : AND DESHtAllLi::; : hoe apart. Some prefer to drill them from used, and the-y answer! very well, though bath is to plunge into u river the safest
ZAric. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTSor ect by Mail ;
lIP Kxpress. one to three inches apart. 1 prefer them in .sometimes' the vines become dense!! und ob- time is instantly after getting up. The necessary

Manufactured! U S3 & 41 Noam tlBBETT Si, LANDS IN TilEST.'f1 hills on account of hoc-ing between. They struct'emitilutluu und the ready ripening of : cn"ort of swimming to !shore ,compel!
UALTIXOUE. AID.HORSKY/ will yil.lllull good land (natural.) or fertilized, the fruit. u reaction, and the c-ffcct is: delightful.'fhe .
; & CO., Agents, front 2.X to 0 s ; OF FLORIDA, Cue'umbers should )bo from the bt : cheapest{
S-'l-Oni: Fernandina. 1'la. )planted has: been given to thinning the accessible tilde of keeping tho surface -
-- --- of February to the 1st of March, in rows branches, espc'ciully when grown on stakes, of tho body clean !besides the "lICU'W'l'k
1'ORECIASURI: : or IOU'I'.ua:. four feet apart, and plenty of seed used and nnd in shortening back some of the brunches ,
At 1.25 to new settlers with wushing, with warm water, and
acre : soup
only ,
1. VIUTUi: of Decree of Foreclosure per sown in the drill from three to four inches to within a few luuU of where the fruit is to hair is follows Moon
a bog's brush
us : us
BY of Mortgage* grante-d by Ins Honor the privilege of selection in parcels, : of 40 apart to warrant ; -rstand."' When all set. Those who have followc-d: this )practice you get out of bed in the morning, wash

j U. U.ArchbbaldJwdgeofthel"ourtltJudieiali I acres or more. These lands: are located (lit danger of frost is over, chop out to width of judiciously, report 1(111111 results. face hands: neck and breast ; then, t

Circuit of Florida ut Chambers on the 30th :. and adjacent. to the line of theATLANTIC hoe ur six inches apart, leaving out one In a Hut the latest novelty' in tomato culture is your into the same basin of water, put both feet

day of June, If* +0, ill favor of Marian H.Sanderson hill. This will insure u big yield, and is in the matter of root limning in order to ut once, for about u minute, rubbing them

und against Clinton A, Haley, I plenty far upartasshipping reason. as a gen- produce carlincs.s. In this: matter suave snr- briskly nil the time then, with the towel
will oflV-r for bale and sell, in front of the I JITLF AND W1MT: INDIA general thing, i is over before the ground is pii-ing ((-1111 Its have been achieved according which has been: ilumpuicd; 1 by wiping the
t well covered with vines. Alter this lIIo.ll""f to those who 111I0'l'n in their
CourtHouse in the city of Fcrnandina experience
k i r County of Nassau, Florida, on the: first Monday : TRANSIT CO.'S It. IL, planting on good lauds! or when well ma While the plants are young they are transplanted fast face: ,ami feet)hard, etc., mouth, wipe shut the ,whole breast body projecting.well,

hi Augurt,118S0. being the second day ofsaid nured, the jicld will run up toloo and r,.no, several times which, of course, clc; Let the whole thing bo dune within live '
month, the following described real crates per uc re. Cotton seed I and !stable! orbarn htroys !some of tho roots, ami& after they are
minute when )bed
FEHNANDINA) ) on the Atlantic At night, to ,
property, directed to he hold by Mid decree: extemlingfrom manure makes the best'fertilizer; composted nut out in their !linul resting ... u spoil : und you go
that is, lot (,"> und 0)) (he and MX, being sub- to t.'E1lt: KEY: ): on the Julf coast t, 1 in terns| one layer of each, three inc'hLottou "is mice in u while thrust t""Ial.l. into the night believer, or when you get rind out yourself of best 1 yokel during the

't divisions of the south two-thirds of section thui all'iirding, to the producer eheap, constant seed 1 to six inches of !stable! or muck, ground' a foot or so (ruin the main stalk In restless "spend' (you rein two to live minutes in '

((12): ) twelve, township ((2): ) two, north range and rapid I transjiortatioii to the b(*t Is the )best I know of for vegetablesor"muck" this, of course, !size! and perhaps quality, is: rubbing; your whole body with your hands,
known the and Cotton seed 1 in the absence of ilie'e-d to few vvc-ckscurlinc'sx but
((2") twenty-eight cast, Ui lIarcz !sac i a ; many far
us as can reach, in direction.TLis .
(rant, as shown and designates' um the markets. stable manure. Cowpcn lands are excel are willing to pay this pe-nalty for the sake 1111I1&you to every that soUiies

map or survey of said part of said grant, on The l belt of country traversed: by the Trail- lent.The of the early dish, The principle here Li and mobility tendency of skin preserve which ii essential to ,

hie in the onin' of the Clerk of haul Court, hit It. U. embrace common fish guano is the bust common much, tho same as is often done.., get early the health, and which too frequent washings .
in ,said Nassau County. Said:; lands 1l1l1 lying fertilizer we have used: here-Irom 130. grapes: when u ring! of I bark is: taken on", :The will always destroy.-Jnunuilnf Health,
and being in the county of Nassau, Mate of to 300 plaids |pier acre in drill Caution supply( oi. IIMMI iiemg elietked.. the result is rl
Florida, Terms nL h. KVKRY: : : VAUIIITY! : OF)) hOIL !should! be usexl to not put on too much at i earlier fruit.but with slightly impaired{ l tlu- -
l'I:Tlm CONK:, the' line, +>r into close! contact with roots.When vor. These uro the leading suggestions that HE: 8.tr Wnll Hu-\ Nevada paper Ma'tIu

:,1lt'ril1'uf Nassau County, Florida.Fernandina 300/ |H>unds jn-r acre are used I, it ismuc have been made in improved tomato culture green looking couple, evidently newly)

Fla.. July 3,1$-'O. to be found in the State, a large I.rol'ortloll 'h Utter to put hajf the ''ouantity. deep inthe during, the past, few)'uurs--lIotgrelit improvements married, called ut u photograph gallery in

--- --- ---- -- ---- --- being peculiarly adapte l to the culture ofuuTuOJ'U'L drill and half the "second, )plowing sown it is true, but Ntill not without value.SECONuCllOPOK Yirglniu City, und wanted their pictures
1'ORECLOSURE: : of JIOR'I'G.t(1E.: ill the siding furrow, und cover with next taken Just us the artist gut hit: plate ready
DitTceuf Fore-closure T:; FBIIT and Early: Vegetable, furrow. ; IKLno.: ...!:: PoTATOKH. the man culled him aside, und said ho wantj i ito
of ,
: :
ByIUTel his a Honor, H:, U. .\nhihul.l.Ju.I:1 : and The Tree, Cumjxtct ll It i.ilml.1 to dig the lirst crop) of Early: Hone ask. a favor "I was told in Carson you .

of the Fourth Judicial Cm-nit Florida make these lamis worthy of L'AJiKFUL A'A" tracre. A good crop l per aero will make jiotatoe as HtJOIIIL'f thi \lnes he-gin: to show .! took the best pictures in the State, Now,

; : Chambers the 30th of June, .fMJ V I TIOX by manufacturcn cjfAM IXMBEft from $hIM to $:juo clear. Allb'WllJr drying up. Let them lie a few day you MO, Hal und I got hitched, down titer<< r
at on ilay
Marian H. :Sanderson\ and Cucumbers $HJlJ( to *:it$). to cure, then cut them und let them, be u few lastluudny ; !now, her' folks go a good) deal ;

issO. in Nathaniel favor of n. Pluiuer, I will offer for N\VlL blOKEM. Egg}slants, u garb crop will yield from days in u dark place ; then make a he*! of on style, und l they live in tho States They
against: \ 21MJ to [SID crate acre und sell from $1 tol moist earth raised 1 little if above
of the {'ourt-Iluure in per very any, never saw site und I bate to send them my ,
sale and sell in front
$ crate. the level! place tho >otutoc" it with the .
the of Fernandina Florida on the tint NEW: HIrrrLER.3I'ttn : ir | on mug; but I'm u blamed ht better than 'I I
City .\,. 1>. lsO. U-ing the Irish potatoes (l'eerle pl'l'fl'rrl'tl l) vidd cut side clown cover them with straw to the )look Now them big whiskers of yours'Icatch ) i .
)[uII.lain August the follow tics from IOU to 2J crates, sell fur $1 to $3 depth' of several Inches and keep this very 'em. sure und create )ulrmuuv. Will '
month
H''oll.1'l1a\ said) I'ituatl'ClslI.l, hiring in [ having land from this company arty< fur- /H rihed real ,
property describedas 1 und sell: from filly cents to $-J. 'llie-n plant them, and you will get a | otato cd l the idea immensely and "sat with
the: County of Nassau, Flori.la.and suUbvision nNheil 1 with entire free jxutaye on thc Tran- liecU trout V
lots1: / and :2))south one and twu-l'i two' rtli, Uing of section> sit lUilrooil for family) and ]>craonal elFicUu : sell from $1 to .flloer: (rate. which will attain tine size by frost, und you curry joy Intu the household of tho eastern
,
of the : the station nearest the land punhascil.TITLE 1. Cauliflower U a well-aing croj.-yields will have go (12)( : ) twelve, township ((2): ) two north range well, and rind l this mason! ut from 112 to $J"IJIter 'iben these/ ]>otutocplanted -in the spring, --

(I2M: twenty- .. east, and designated known 1 as the (-() IlU.'TI1lug: l derived by barrel, rhit.list| { from here. with l j-rojiiT (cultivation will give tine jtotu- Tits highest authority in New England: (

Miare-z (!rant, as show of and said grant, tm tile uponthe in grant from the United States und pun'hate Cabbage will 1 uct from $100 to $JIjlJ | er toes, iilentiud in color und fcliujm{ with those the I'tatea.w'l'r! of Massachusetts, after u

mail of ai.llJ1rt of the Circuit (ourt from the Mate of Florida acre.Mutton 1lalltl 1 the preceding spring The fall crop mr&ful1&lIalpill.r Hull' Vegetable
the office of the Clerk Hidlall
corn will not hear shipping toNorthern wilt bt u purple color, und remarkably free Hair Uenevte-r certified that it U the .
for Nassau COUllt)'. Tl'rrni'11.h market I from knot und 1'1"
ahlpj.c.l extenjittly Potatoes will
i projections rat ion fur it intended
l'l-nn: {'OX1-:. pa *. purposes hw
Fl"ri :sheriff of Nassau" County forty cents t JHT d.jzcn. Two huwIn..lIJw.htol. .Second trop) seed 1 is more reliable, stltuenu are und carefully selected fur
pure
.'niandina.. Fla:!-July 3. 1"101' Ucan cattily Us lumlu Jo(>r acre, or about und almost certain' to push ,,1.1fme stalk 1. quality, and that form an **i-
lt
Ur. .1R'I'IIL'IC ('. l'OnU, Dvsxriptlve :Mtw and tiwenp-s nuiilnl) on :;... Mhr3MSneare. equivalent to $:JTjO gr< ..s, with large potatoes| when the Northern seedor exCl preparation for i the jrrowth
tti>i>Iic4ttion. Uf ay f 131 to #;JJ.J leer acre nc-t. I Jwvemadehi real l saved front first crop) will almost in* of the hair and restoring promoting the original color-- t.H

E 'f1T.Jo'uurth l'II.\S. W. LEWIS.Omc ; this M-avjli.! rnyt iteU.Wutenuelous variably push out three or more stalks, witha This woriil-n-nowoeel preparation U for talc
t
D and ('cantaloupe will yield) large number of small
I.aud Curumllt ioner. l potatoes. These by all druggists.-A'yocItatl Oat, Iowa.KYEBYTUIKU .
fit., Ut. Centre and .Vlaehua, IUJ gall ealeuhleueluni, IK.T u.cre.an average points should be watched closely by the __ _H .
ivr. llea/h and He enth Ht l.IlJ..t .I of only ten (ent. each is |100 per acre. farmer and gardener, mid observations reported. good [in man on something
1"0
H tf FE11SAXWSA, FLA. ( t'i1k-cu to tMt-uty Julian! wi\I..11:1ru.i} plant, higher.

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LOOAL( :ItBI"IJIu'i'JONS.: ,;: ;' ;; lllic, "I "" 1",1"01" nf; I'crnandtna. TUB h\ ca I A!'H\ ,E.-fuluiic-l Fremont, MAI.I LORY'S: :

.. 'rom nil directloni we learn of, quite extensive i Some disappointment: ,is expres-sc-d' at the ol the engineer carp mine here a few navy I'LOICIDA STIJA.nSHIl': MM':.
:.: : .::::!" .,,,"::: ago )having been pint by Sen. Oillmore.,
I
; plantings, of upland I: I rice. At various census' returns!' of the. population' of (thi! uy.(
a Jl.fJO ,1 n.1: : ira nut MX ..IOXTII.Stt the pnrpu' of examining;; and making a report -
I ; $ points\ along\ the TraJlt\ Railroad:, we note I The statement/ hould.. !be made in this connect on the changing of the inland iHrort blue to X'ork..
._. pavagrnt ; Only
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.0 1tlIIl'rl.'ll. introdiietion by the farmers. In I Ion (that the I limits. of the city have been Simpson's! and Haulover Creeks 1 he Colonel _

F 2 THE' weather Is: now very pleasant, watt Duval county a large mtrfaec Is devoted, (10 rl'III'I..IIII",1I1! two-third, in area and that aceompanied, } by ('apt. Chas ]Holmes' -
1 'uteouy showers.} 111:1,11'III, in-pection" of the past' !e on Wednevilay ... ". "
i s !
.larksutt- about 71<1") \\,0111,1100, ... .
the crop this! wason, one 1111111 near persons: \\ IlItI..I.II"tl. la-t ,
I I, and it was ascertained! that by
, h ILIv..1. II. IIKV: will i>rcarli. to-morrow, uftheMelhodi vlllc having a f field' of (thirty acres: and).I ..- former limits, tin now left "'It. )Fcrnandina cutting\ through; about three<< /miles i a distance

t (Church.), ,many othoni. fielils of live: nnd ten( acres. We! should/ \ properly credited with a pop-" would.I lie! saved of from I twelve. or -

' y S .. ._ illation of about Tlie f'iurli'L'11' '' miles bctvvci. thcnumth uf( :Na.sanRivernnd
add "
SI -- ra feel' certain: that this ('roJlI is dc-tincd) to :lIC', ) population in
: ') the St. ..J1I"Jtllr\ -(' three miles! Till: KIXK) : STKAMSHIl'S:: [ 'I
Uiv.,: lilt MVI.IIH has! returned and will largf-ly to Iheprofits' of our farmers:. in the Ixio11'4 only 1,722:!: !so that there has really 'being the mu-t dillicnlt' part' of the pa' ":urc.S'KI .!: I

Jp preach, In his church. luinorrow.Hnvw fit tiire. been an inrrea: (,about. (141 II''I' cent iiv the > nn
--- "population of (he city. (AIT. IIIN l':S?

(IIII! negro who killed //lIIpl/\ week Levy Ct>tint, 'if.WearelndcbtedloC.il. The county has -howii! a gain of over fifty .Ippotnhnerltri.\ ('1'1'CU' I.tLL.tS.CAPT..

or two ulnee, !surrendered to the authorities ). Dibble!. J li-i II.| of ( .1..I Russell
pcrernt. ; the population in I 170' being putiluwn'iit General.1..I. )11nleylajnr HlsK.: :
the other t'vchhngtund 1 is! now in prison.yesterday Rosewood, Iiovy county, for the cinsiis! u- llotl.C. P. (Cooper, (h'lIrrulrlll.. I/oring, I
1.21":! in lssu" atrn41. will leave'
.. I: the above Steamers: !
tllrllll elf that county. Levy county is notone
.\. St. Clair-Abnims and other ]Deniuvratiespeakers : ONFof) for New: York every Friday
TIll, /tJr/'lIrr : :
i brought
over 11
of the counties when growing is I IIL
orange;; .1"1 I ,it'. will address\ the people, at the following (b<, !vuit I the tide\ ).
I large: number, of persons' from' /Hnmsvviik to !specialty) and. its! increa-eof( \population' !I' This line, having no trail-few tll t< make
Last phu'esurlul'I'u :
week 1
three small
: boys' were out
IIth'IIIIIIl', 'meeting last tight The Itruns-, remarkable, being over 2 very iienr town,, when one I 'named (Ooff! shot ) August\ 21, Tinday.Apnpka .
.
wick Urass /Maud; aerompanlcd then, The wise! policy' uf the Land and\ Immigration (City, August: \ t "_.">, Wednesday.: FKUNANIUNA: : : : AND :NKW: YOllK.
another named \ illlll'll'I11 '
: "" leg, !so mollyplat "
I I11t.
Company' in selling I heir lands at $I.i:!: :Maitland: : \, Aiign-i\ 2ii, Thursday.Sanfurd !: Oilers theMKST
"'"..tNI',", nf (lie. A'r/irrw: imw has< I it required amputation ut the, ankle. : : ; or Fort (Reid.: .August :27! Friday:
with ,whet ion huts donea TltAN'SI'OUTAT10N !'
: : -
acre, privilege / Cin\I'F.sr:
\per ; :: : AND:
charge of, the. news and "'lnlllllH'ryIor: ,' lately I The injured 'boy is doing well laitcrprise: August\ :2s: Saturday : .
SIMI'l'KUS.VeptaMcs : : ::
deal towards! settling Levy TO FLOIMDA I: \ ) : \
county.
great
In Inline(! c.r Mr. W"Ill', \ will nut' rail ; .' "'. \\'. \Vineeoir'' !, one of our most emrgcticand ( ''rangeCity( August :30, :Mmida'y.Volusia .
(C.nlar Key has: also grown 111))>hlly. The I I August! :il Tuesday.D.iytoiia \ nnd Fruits will receive !.pwial'
.
tu meet nil the wants of this ciiiiiiiiiinity. .\' cili/ciis, died on the 21st. .
white, \population, .of, Levy Is more than double J : September: :2!, Thursday.Crtwent rare \in hnndling.
His wile arrive'I I from :South Carolina tau I : City I :September .t!, :Saturday.; I Il'
u' .\ the vessels loadiiigilli, lumber, nt I that of I Ihr J,1wt.: : ] .\ACCOMMODATIONS( : : i
M/I\'II: late tu see 'him living \Ir. \\'. died t from Palatka, :September, (>, Mmulay.Welaka [ : .\ :-J-\Im:: \
( lie ""'IIIII latl' wharf! I tin1 schooner!. Murlnn; ll'/i.Vf.; ninck.: : Sejiteinber 1'1. Wednesday.Tocoi : FIUST-CLASS.: :
,
,
congestion! ,, superinduced! by over-taxing his!
which!, is receiving' ( a\ cargo uf sawed, timber. Precincts 1 and. :2..I 1,020(::! .1 HI .. September: !11'I. Thl\r\ .la\'. The) tnuelinjr puhlie' ( are oflend the advantages

and, plank from, (slur< mill of Al-op .I\: Cl.)irk, Precincts.1\ :] nnd .t 1..I t./WT/ :!;? l22IVccim !:!: strength in the elloit to do the work ofsrtcral Augustfne; September, !IJ), at night : ...I'a DiitF.rr: ( MM J-::, \\'ffHOl"f1N1'
men. (linen I Cove, :ptcinber: 10, Friday.Middhhurg : ( 'UANOIIS.\ ( (Conneetions!' mado at
of Jacksonville. Fir"' will carry about :2.!:s nHH ,,- \ N r., i IInlll! 7. '7i',2; :! Xlo \\'I'' huln: very'in'tuit: call from ( :ovI'r- ; : September, !1:1.:( Monday.Mandarin Jacksonville with all steamboats, : for all

< ) feet. : :September' 1 Tuc.sday.: Ockl.iwuha and
,
.- 1'J.M!/ 1,811 nor I liloxhaiii, :Senator (Call, Hon. U. H. M. Pottsburg, :September: ;, Wednesday.May points Indian on 1'ivcrs: the and St. John's with: ,the Transit: lail-!

Ilrvnorrofir ,U"'IIIIfl.lnntll"r I Total, 5,77thl'upllltltisnu( Davidson) and/ others. :Next time, gentlemen port. September: !t.j, Wc-'lnesd-iy', mad, at IVrnaiiilina. : for. all railroad: stationsin !

Last! evening' ( IIlo"Ia/lIIlIlIl,1CI"I1-/ in 1S.;(, In!.". ; IW/i( 1,7"! ; l Hill, ; extend your \i-it.. Ydlll1111111; '. :September\, Hi;, 'J 1 hnrsday.Fernaiiilina i Florida.FIM'.HMIT. .

rrnl l'iulcy, spoke to a large "tid attentive .:!,IIlH', Average; leuyierattnrluly' 111 211-7 a. m., (Callahan: :September, Septc-mher' I Is.17:Saturday., at night: : AND] 1'\ I.\mm:: :! KATKS]::

.audience in this: iy.( The Hancock flub I'..!,(",It"' "' It lfN1r'vr,. I'fI.tJ': :v ; 2 p. in., t-IOj! ; !11 l II''. 111., 7MHi! ; Icings: Ferry, September\ :2", Monday; AS: LOW AS: ]J'.Y INDIlillfT) : : LINKS.jJOThrough : .

Very lard''j areas 111'1'1':1"1: and ice-planted.l lialdwin: :Scptrpiber211'tu'sday.,I :?I
gave a (torch light )procession' and theIlruuswlck .\ correspondent! of the lyr llIlt".1' from Hates and lUlls of Ladingto ; y "
and looking well ; orange trees loadedwith all !
llrass Itaiut lent wlrlill/lIl/ll1'1'1/ very points' : I
to' t tin all'air l hy their excellent music.Iteatlt \ Archer says! : fiuit.Messrs. 1'rlntn at (J Cents. For p.ls"'ago! or further information, apply Ito r
t notice ; sneaks ol'the '
1111'li"I"" presrntseason '
\ Lipsey' vi l'II"i-lie are setting; out .\ ease of, tir-t-class Prints, worth !II l cents,
---- having been\ highlv. remunerative : SOFTltWirK] ,
I as just received. at .1. & T. KYIUI'S.at I H.: W. ( )\ Agent.Fernandina.
of lion. It. II. (JlrIuIIIN.I'hrsu'ldrn market gardeners.: I Idislikecrouking, but ;iiiO, ) I orange; trees for' various patties. _- .

",'nlh of this estinialile, I I know both from /personal experience and gentleman contact, with those, largely eiii'ed in it, 1111I1whtI. ihiaited Once : *i'-tf
) / : Pier! I'D ]EIIooI.I: : t I liver, New York. _. :
ueeurrcd! his Imine Sandersonmi .
near one bus made IIIIf1It'1I11'l'c' IHI\'lo t ::o barrels Florida\ :Syrup

(lie morning I of (lie :"Ithi' .. Ills loss will ami still a greater number. who have just Old Letter. :"no:' 1 btisicl4| Seed Potatoes.\ I'MHtlDA .AXI II.'" .\X.\

bo /lr'rd1'1'11111, theeoniiniinity" where hot paid. expenses." Tine, iiicumbers "broiiglit;: IIj.lIo,1 Oneuf' thesweete-t' yet moit painful pleasures .\. H. Novw. FAST MAIL SKRV1CK.:
late In the but, the M-- JKKKLY
season reason
)liai !MI, long! resided! niul) tar born held in was I'I.it'' the dry spell killed. nearly; all tli" Is re-pi'i'using; old, letters. Tu persons, III'irk, \v

t the highest esteem vines, and) very few huts'rpscuuslurnlnsluip. : ,I who art ilMntcicslcd: they are only discolored Lime, r.j J"

I besides" let any one engage!: in gardening; fadc'd. ), and Useless' thing-1). belonging; (Cement l H H.r'

t Sailed' YeHterday. 'and I he will "soon find out that iiiotaliuns'| !solely to (lu. the )pa-t t, but. tu I huso, who treasure 1 Plaster: Hair f I 1
,
tx in the \\lIp.rllllll.1 returns from hi-- commission ltJk17A:
The M'otrrn' Turin arrived I from New: York merchant two dtlli'rentthtngttutu\ (hem from altcclion they are precious .\T SIXIIOKX:; .v HOYT'S. 7. rsuwm

memento" possessing talismanic -. ----- --- '- VkPerformed ,,, .......-iUg2 ei *"* ,
on the :27th! with eighteen \passengers and u that, too without merchant being at all : ( ; power; <

good freight, i principally for line .of TransitRailroad. to h 111111'. For Instance! I !sent a consignment iiftcnlimcs'' they are potent, incentives III (the I'm' Itent.Tyolirstchtss I, by, the new and elegantly: appointed .

j i Fiesaileilyrstcrslaynui'ningtit! \ to a Philadelphia\ '" house, of tomatoes. actual( 1'-1.-1.\1.1'0; ( upon which re.*t the .dwell i ing-houses in t thoroiiili :steamship ADMIRAL) ( (:side-wheel\ ),
/ and egg-plants.' Quotations of) egg-plants;J repair, in neighborhood, and especiallydesirable \ according to the following schedule :
v l.toa.; ) m She hn'' twenty-live cabin and\ $.t \per crateM8: per I barrel.: \ A postal: received hipp'nuss. of life's future. (One sentence\ I as !summer ".i d11 1'1':00.: :Stables Leave\ (Cedar Key on Tuesday\ : morning.Paseiiyrers .

eight deek! passengers) 1111,11r.ir,. freight. says, 'I'ouiatorssnhl *:2 ; egjj-planls! ; : perhiipsasinlcel.ul; "* will with a niastcrtoiich. \\mldl'l'l provided 1'l"llIin'1'\ \'''' to ( \ ) : from :Savannah: ) heave' by steamer!

looked like they were !-raided. not sold. :strike. Upon the keys<4"1' the I heart, l't.OItlI'Towx' hlrnlln: n\'T: COMI-'VNY, City ...I' llridgetun, ; on. Saturday: 4 p. m. LeaveFefnandjna

.thnx (J. (',,,.,.C/. l'rohlllol1111'" were scalded. during: transportatio'n. producing the divincst strains-the most l Opposite\ Kgmont: lintel or Jacksonville buy Transit) ]Railroad : ,
: ; all the blowlug ) ; Arrive '\
Notwithstanding train ;Monday morning), at
On Thursday\ : the I tidings of the. death at /melodious chords in the grand harmony' "I(
:
about ventilated cars a large proportion 'I/Ht Jteceli-cd : Key West Wednesday tit1lavnna
Savannah of Mr. .\. ( I I. ('/1\,1) reached this is Mhipned' in chTse! box cars. Did) any love : I'rr.pu'ntl'this' niti-ie is the saddist I, SMI' barrels' Flour. : Wednesday. (J01'111rln'.

I S oily ))Ir. Yucatan was for many" jcars purser' of your readers ever ..Iallllltv when a train "sweetest strain (that the grand iliapason oi :"no: sacks Corn. Returning, leave Havana Thursday even 'J

of the ,,\l'lIII'rJidallll': in which capacityhe l conies up on II hot day, and when a close thought I can mm|MI--C.' 1,14)1 )barrels Pearl Crit.lon.barrels ing. ,( \ ,'Key West Friday morning. Arrive
box ear wits< opened\ 1IIItII"lIly..h'I' Into it?! Cedar Key :Saturday morning (and at
( win! very popular\; making filemls,)< III all know little tilts mut exprcssimi of frit'nd-hip >l'l'ht1I11'pitl"tl' ) K. I D. Meal.:
)Unless they have they Ily an ) : \ boxes Jacksonville! and I Fl'nuillnl by TransitRailroad
;0 Itaeon.
parts oft the eonntry, who will he pained to the furnace-like heat there.We '
how how
lute, clearly, forcibly, ":.HO( ball Timothy Hay.2lH Saturday evening;"; U\lut 'Inlllhh'nllr
hear of his early death.\ would like the experience of others yet bow tenderly: does a buried past stand! rcviviticil sucks: tints A. U. :NO\KS.: by :- City of Brl lon )[01111. i I
;:), thus forming' ! 1'1 !
loiJ 2
}1/1I 'and rot before\ in. Rcminiseiiccs like theseare 1
I between the United, States .
) <>// /'"' .le/uul. rII' \ :
i as the melodious. music of 1 the past, echoing MAJIIXK.
)1"1I1 in the heart they are as: the distilledfragrance
r three- young men )from J Key West l. passe-d .\ !serious mistake I is ulteii committed byfruitgrowers ; l"nrt of I'erttamltna.1IK.II OIM/ lrcurratin.. :
of the rarest (1\.IW"\:4.\ imparting; Savannah to Itavana.$12: !: (MI $4.t ." ,
I through, our city (this }vrt'ktin their way to and market gardeners of small 1
\V\TKK.:
..... 2t1 1M) 38 lHJJIU'kllolllc
pleasure' to (he sensc-s! ; and as the beautiful 1'\'ru\lll\ Hllln.
the University of the! :South: at :Sewauee, means in nudeitaking too much. :Saturday\ July :'U ....... (3.0s: A, M.Ivi:\:: I'. )I. 11\11..... 'JHNi( :t ts i ."0
vision ills the there is sttulrug
( a holy awe
tents 'l'Il1'Y'r) (' very favorahly impressed It is' no uncommon I thing fora new orlIl.wg"lw'r ; eye Sunday.): August 1...... 4.0';(): 4.V: ):{ 1111(1'1"1'11\1 ( (' apply to 1.1'f: '
l I with (tow to ); over the /soul!, anti. we are absorbed' incontemplation. Monday, :2...... 4i": ( 5:27:: A ALDKN'S l ; Tourist Ottices.Savannah .
our u, remaining:\ long enough to start out with a ten-acre : .
I { grove What fascination U here Tuesday, :5...... 1)li":, IiJi"; :
.,, ,\ enjoy the hree/e from Old Ocean.Ocrti when his means, )prudently e-llmatcd did lake the cold, silent grave holding the loved Wednesday, 4...... Ii\!::\i.S) 7U:( ) Ii. A. ('.\1.1.g'It.: .

not really Justify more\ than three ; and\ as a ; Thur-day 5...... iI":: 7:42: : Fernandina- ': Hlt.1. A. L. MKL.

l'rclt'.tll xttlnn of rernitndtna consequence I \ of his:! inability: to "supply the ones-like the grief that overshadows the! Friday (i i...... tIUi": : t<::21: LKN: Agent. '
heart like that love t that to ,
prompt- place and 1'ine streets.A. .
I l "'1' copy) on our !'C'c'ollil wit third pages, requisite nutriment and attention, his trees:! (lowers\ the tomb and like that faithwe .Jok""I\'I'lrlll.'r. J.lll.m."lIt: : : na\.
upon
r -i from the riitlmlelpliiii; ,, nil account of 'become" yellow and diseased, and the result rou SAM: St. .\l tillllhl ]HII. 15. F. AltMSTKOXd [.
feel\ in 1111 tieipathogtIii're.urrectiun I \ morn
I
: 1 I Ihoorcupatiuuof) Fcrnitluliualuli2bythe I I practically! a failure\ This I is particularly ): Agent. .. 2U-tf.
shall 'i.t.lllj dead -
., when the grave ; just sow --- -
: United States troop.1)) "'have (till! promiso true in pine and light hammock\ \ lands: ,
e regard a buried past. It is a grave wherein +4................... ................................ .........+; ST. JIARY'N RIPER: 1'.tCKF.T.Ir11H' '
\ I, of !some notes l hy cii/.en( which we will where the soil is ordinarily thin. In 1\11",1'11 ++ .
.
lie the fondest .
) t hopes) j joys, aspirations .
I furnish In our next. Wo would) he gl.id of localities! ft'rtilizillll1I"t begin with or \ .
I I precede
and friendship's.Vluile weeping\ for; nil we :. .t UI'SIU.UI.I110':1.: : : .. !. .j .
--
j any\ correction or items of interest in connection the tact\ t planting: \and be regularly kept, : : s, c.
the mound
have lost we tenderly plaivnpon
t \ with the occupation) and iwar history up so long as the grove lasts. For' obvious< \ ++...... .................. ............................. ......+++ -. '' :
the fairest (lower\ of love-Immortelle! ; yet --.' "
III' Feriiaiidina. reasons! this! manuring must be iirwi.vf Instead
..- -- with faith we look forward to the resurrection :Situateil: h directly on the Railroad, : STKAMF.U .'1.0 n.\.
tif i/imi'iMAnf/ ; (as is too often the ease), '

Water Spout. after the trees! commence bearing. ot the dust e>f hope) joy, peace and/ love ....................*..............t: -*- CAIT. JOHN[: RICHARDSON, ,'.
On the.t last t of t the (H'rrfrru Tttat toNew in the grand realization of I the (Great! h Here n
trip
: WILL RUN ON T1IK ST.
the close\ of the INONKOFTHK: : : i MARY'S R1Ver -
Three after war, j
: her witnessed of years after. ...... ...... : : ...........: during the follows,
York l'II..14'It:4\ ono as :
1-'a"ll
when the fever hint t broke out in
I I nature's grand\ exhlliitions\ In\ (the shape of a orange How valuele-s would human life bo were \ HKALTIIIl-xr: TAUTS; OF FLORIDA I j jn l.t'aveST; tnv's I:1'E11YION1)AY) and

,. water spout.) U wits about 'seven\ ) Miles l fast: t and South\ Florida, the homestead it t not i for t hr grand, continuance of eternity I! ++-...................................... ......... ..... .......++*+ THURSDAY I MORNINO: at C o'clock, forFEUXVXPIXA
place lf'c'r squatter and native settler : t ; and wi leave! FERN txutst f
away, hut nulte near enuugh to excite the was! eagerly bought up by new comer-, and How ouches would all our efforts he to sow For particular address same days:! at S a. II", for (CAMP l'1\l'FSEY

( f'r.lllf'' sonic of (the more, tlmhll'lIo111"III'I'14.It ):: for this each of woixK"squatters "'t',..Ituf kindness"> were I it' not for the full FI.OUW.l1mOl: :, and all intermediate landing' on the river. \
tluee"i'iuey\
reason: u
t i.sdeserilusla.s being magnificent display fruition of Heaven Surely these, thoughtsmust : XUf: :: Feruandina, Fl.i. Returning ]KVKUY: TUKSDAY! and FRIDAY 'f r.
had on his place\ few orange trees:! will arrive at ST. ) at m.,
whleh most of t thu pa.s.songers and Tew were of UN usual hlxllrllllll'I'I1I1llwlIl\lyllIhl it was elevating, purifying: and "tn'nj."hIilllo"U --. -- tllld.ill. at 1ns.\SIIIXo\: LUY'I : } (i I '

I' greatly: gratllUil( to witness at once concluded that the land: on which ; ''!'h..1 by the perusal' of a lot of "Vi M.Y i'l.AKMK:, 01 I 11'EBNIS1)A1'S: : :; and SATURDAYS

old letters tHm, faded some even mildewed (Suect\ "mrs to J. \I[. l'a.h,er.11'11.,1:: ) wi h'I\1 ST. Mvuv'sut sao:: a. m., and can )
1\','Hm.,,'. they gn'w4 beyond all other best I'lIlh..1fur from tears\ that baptized them in the sanctityof l.dlull'r.1 l for excursions to
) \
ea-y and successful orange culture. No HE ILEUS IN .
I Among our visitor" on Friday we were grief. Ijfi them be cherislunl 1 still ; let Ilmtgenerel,

IIIIIH l nee (Ckl1t'raIl-llrh.l: O. A.Myers, edi manure "''1'1111..1l1'1'1-, :\r) as the trees were them again and again bo read recalling the H!' School aiitl 11icelluneotI'! SZ and other points! of interest in tlt" vicinity
equally/ thrifty no matter in what part of of Fernandina.Through.
ttiroh'Ito( roi.thwsnl'ururriuit" : l avis, of struggles of the Past, reconciling us to trial
; 1.IUIII
i of the Present: al\lII1'r\'ing>1 to meet the fl
many other*. there were 111'1111'lIht'\ at tit'bed to theelands. I | l--,. by )1110IlY'11':: : : of I'tllIni to all
I st niggles of the untried Future. '" .
J. A. Harris" uf Orangit lake, 1'11"1.1 "J.I'ER\SU.: ROOKS HOOKS | Mary's.' I

through the city\ yesterday' en route for :NewYork. The Mvret of it was that the ulsnt'-oleo- S I__ C'OM ( 0 I I( (.tOI

tinned settlers\ iMi>s,>>- Ho tho writesthat
( from St.
report grot t us making a .\ \IRRD'I'l>SIIEST Mary's :: : tCI11't :Steamer
luxuriant growth, and w y the crop In nearly t by which every fi nit of ground under the :St. Mary's bar has, within the past --- Flow, eniandina."

'two week. earlier than) lat neasoii.Mr. fence had been IIIIhII" rich a- need be. :So: year, entirely changed its portion and a new STATIONKRY: AND FANCY fiOODS; : OF GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOIL PASAngers. -

1 It. W. HuuthwUk\ nxent ot )IIIUor1I for u time the young groves gave the most one opened in anturelinrt course. It now ALL KINDS, KxeursionLsts: and Tourists will .

lino ut .thh. |M,int, cutlet) for the :North on gratifying: evidence prosperity. Hut after shows at IIIwall'r twelve feet full which. and St. Julian Sts. is find grand this and a very alligators attractive trp.ll the scenery
Cur. ,
the H'rrlrnt$ liras yextenlay, on a sort of n while the elements\ / of fertility of the soil at spring tides, gives eighteen to hH'ntf.t'j Congress game are

"inlxe l coiMinls.I"| of I l'u.hU'1I.'l! and plea' K-cunie exhausted' and the trv vrhuh had The bar seems to l tit gradually SMUII.naJa, ( ..()rJlft. For further ilf.mlutialII' to
\ depth These facts, with contemplated jetties 1 .. .
- --- :
arrived at warrant' incomevere -- -
an to an
\
sure.'e he have lot of hot h.If age JOlUll.UUOS,
hurt tr .
I IA / may to be !built with money fol1the appropriation 'i-f* "
I I
I tl too feeble tlll..l\r fruit The owner is compclled \ of thirty thousand dollars, will, no "jTILI'OGIRIZS A- ( 0., FiTiiandina.- Fla.

to sacritlce hit once beautiful and 11.uhtlohllw hixt'ccn feet at low water and Imx( >rters and' Dealers in 11011.tClIR1:11'-: -- -
.
J If WtJ had' the menus. we would l ulM) a I''IIII.III'l'/ of a thousand trees or more.The will\ give a depth sufficient for any vesfl.The ..
nil In Mid from Savannah. to '1' 'IIC't', uud) u hoId water has and is gradually making in- t
labor und of have been
nn 'thu )"eau\ h (tu aM-onimini\te| 'XKI) to IIMMII \ )privations years mails on Fort l'liudlIIO that the pmminent 1 \ 1 Wholesale and H'lai \
'
I "III'II.I''lIIlIl.II'llthll'\.1 for naught.; Several U a>.ut erecting jettu-s on .Jts water J{ til'AXos : J j t <;( .\\OS : j '

K"NlIII.p would Imy Siiwamiee! Station, Suwnnlir \- such t'l1Ic'II11I.1\ !1" named, front. To protect it \ tjsrs. Fox & Uurn1an"'lntrII't.1 t ._ . -* STAT10MIUY.: I lt.
1 C'/lltV.' Florida, tutu 'the Springs, hnale In market gardening this over-cropping' Uequally to furnish a large number of1'gK TjOOKS
Imlld and have nnd are ul'tlnly,11"hlll\ ;; their teams! to
It Miilmiv U town thegrciit-; "
I"I III UIIII. The 'labor and' manure rovide the which understand is tocompleted No. 143 IUv STBEET '
we \ .\
cwt liiiiidnx resort in\ the Hate.! same ml )n'SU ,
We would Imllil'' u railroad to, kleiimlHiat generally\ expended: on thcucrv-.i-\ rarely +tie; by f"II.- I""HH,1A"N6.. Sin IUIIUJa, Georgia,

tIn. "rnl tlrvrl"p/heuwuunee| )liver more than should\ IK? given to one. Moreconcentration I,I ,>9 WEST

is w. would hulld a railroad)) front JackmuivillaUi is" needed. Too much l'\.tilIIl"'I'' Tm: rtR: :!> \ "'>IXA Ktitu.: -The engineer Keep constantly on hand a good supply)' of IhITRE

Hid/ M'aohuns south of the mouth ufSt. U placctl UI"IItilt' natural fertility l completed the survey >>f the FernandinaRailroad i i their telelrutt'sl. JACKSONV1LLK) FLOIUIA.3'Srltool :
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uml hotel thereon. and
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;< t. John'* I : \'l tt.la'Thc line runs to the! .
'have the /theft( I,etu'h' ami U Imtlilug In (lie "oil, and not enough f.iiM-taiiu:j in the culture 1 river at Messrs.; (Chase tV Th J\lI'ln's kliipyanl 'I MAXHTL.VTKU: ) fiUAXO.-n-x

WIT lit. Jaud management: \ ..1'1& vegetable crop, and w the survey ktamU cuts their
Ve0riild' 'lrrr aid! nvlulm lht duct from l>cgtnning to end su '....- .lItlal to luvecKsful way* in two. The cumuny have already Nothing better can IK had fur fall and winter
land,. tat /St. Jnlin'n lllv,T, I U'twwn Juckmiiivill ; .)lased l and jiaul for omeof the ptt'iH-rty crx-iw. IViiv FIVK: IXLL1t'Ell: Ituuli Sperlaltl'-g
Arid' the '1f'f'IIII, 'nlllVB' thoUt-t markef J't'.lIhll. ,lush ". city along the line of the nut and BA
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Text. t it dm' not pay. This l looks like bu..i1ll'Ni.-PIY" Scud for l'i1''ulLN'iJl tvrtitk-att*, rtc. ; U for MX Jouth.r

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