Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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II. PKRNAND1NA FLA., SATtTRL( > AY, ATOl'ST: ( 7, 1880. NO. r.r";.

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The cen!'>.
I about to be established in thistity: Srrtcrerites to the / Im;isle Iti'tjuitch ifol-
IlI'ulJ'O'd.'fhc the clerk' otllce, and whoever will take the into the water, and though the, alannwa I paper plnntcrsarebeulnningtoiciiliK' '
the conlliet : ( :
for I the Ilf loIlrg
number of inhabitants) !' enuiuenite-d in trouble wade through them, for there is I ininiediately raie-d: 1 Assistance could not+t i at jire'sent. purpoe(evisting between Irateini/ing the propiietorsand \ t 111' lilt with thepn M''it ';,..ttniof lalxT

this district is 3J4Jl, ). The number of farms: no recapitulation\ will tint a plate for the be obtaine l in time to be of alanlil.' the d lIr-la1(. of our IltjI'o1 lattei- I it I 14; better for them to I itrtttl their lMSSStwShunS -

f, ,hK\ (). :-;-tal'kl.l1\ population+ of about .">(Mt. !"tatistic in our e-olnmns.\ \ IVoni one of theenumerators I body was recovered, and I though eveiv. i' -Thl'l lies 'this 1lhlllh'nrk, is; "- \ (', : ill vitt' their of farms' :and invite new M-ttU, in-
and sine' will be sue-ee'ssful. dutiioii: pc'ople lilit"I'I'ul"? to
t' Temple'slill[ 175 and Livvtoy 1">0.-tt of that medical skill' and tender hands! could
that the
-, we learn \population\ ely. I II Since the trouble, (* four I months; among them (- : tit 1 fv\\
r'UrtlJIIa this county 5 I.. llt.1J: : !o that by reading the ,I suggest was,\ emplojeil\ \ life* could not be lest I IIorl"l. thousands: of IIIlar 11'qli: hl1"1'1 lost to this V ears ago it WIl impossible, I'.r a lan .t.r

I The enmity Democratic I i convention ol I tTVllowinsi\ ; statement sutne i ideM may: I be obtained Her body wa then borne gently to citv'-eighteen 11111101',1 01( best I cigar- limited means t\"hlllll footho'.d+ : in that ft.

Hradford: nominated, Allrc-d llI). Com for I of the numeiica! incre-.ise of this; : the I e'side'iuv of her hnbaiid. The !sympathies : makersith: (:, hate Kit 1 for gion, III' to well pure b.ie kiieivvn: : less that thnll"r" ("tnt',
1thtrpl.tets while misery want havebeen it is; now art'brim
+ 'ltalenaIOl' Fifteenth District) and John '!' county for :several years I pa..t t sill ,',,1L)2!):! ; of all are with the striekeii lamily.Mr felt here severelySo mnih 11,1' for spikes t I divided and otlere-d for" t"\. in lots ol t

11. Cason ami 11. M.[ Willia1lfor Assemblymen. | IsV, S78J ; ls0(! J-) :: !! ; 1711. !B,1'II> _> ; ISMI, .*. \\i, V\MS a most 1 amiable, *\veettempeiei1lady A"/I1' tin' inlf, any size to suit the u-teuner, und at prieexlalinloiisly [

I [ 1 1.:01: :?:!. The \population\ of (;ninny' we are the idol of her household and ble\eul, ,.iuultet'injur 1 low, e-oiisitlerim: ; le'cations, wiiil
I New hero if \
innt. | told from the saute !snnrie+ is
1 FvTvr \\'cwr.xT-Thb morning aboutJi 1I 1III \ i Mir. she is at lest at last.-1'1'ni}!
., \\1iiU-a party <>\\oikiiKii were tearingdusvn Hamilton. L.-rgl." te'eti Aptil.\ ,-11.!Spoor|111'11', and 101'01'i i is lu'avilv 100,1\\-- '*, 'I 1 his, at the \ortlli'akunsytias I .

the oH building kno\\n M.ihonc.v's: .\ !gentleman lioiu ( 'rawfo"\o" \ : lVnyon the .\ 11\'IlIol'l'nli'l'IlIh was oitani/ed at (CedaiKi !' \Ve we'usliiiwn a plur-huol\ dll'CI ( : i I'i'hl.'t"jniilatto"! and ""i dui.ible, and rnust'trretl of oil our soil tli*...

ttlmp} nt tin- foot of Liliett.v strict: the root dig St.: Mai'>"'!', states: that :\11'. (Crawford, .1 '\' on the :..oil ult. ,1.)1. t.ilphin/; was whie vvi'ck'h, mill ',on tl''lhl.I'lllc'II'. (' lilve-r,' .\ l lThesurvey I.' and t themot. piodiu, live of the 'n.ab, fruvfi

sudde-nly fill in, Killing one and il1.ill'int few:dajs since; si'nt his little 14l'\'I'II'%\'l'al'-ohl elected President anil Mesr 1'. 1 P.:. lla'e: SC. \\'i 1\1I } "er .10I and giasse These- \plantations Imveb
three (II hrr.*. .\ colons Ulan, Allen F.dwards. : !son t" turn the eahesout: of a pen a short l Keddiek.: Will Hattv, H. II. Mi'llvaine, .1. f'I'r 1.,1 time out of mind" lor coin .rml (,.f-
for cotton, until one would -
mostly' : suppose
i who resides in 111'tlhivi: cantlitbetwecn : I distance from the house and hearing ono 1'ItOic'lilf'LOitIi.t.siii' (:
; ,
: Ira lore and 11. .\1It11'1':*IIII, Viee-Piesi- .IY.II. the cotton element bail all 1"1 t'-
i the fallingtiiuhcTsamlalargcstcamhot i I purring; set"earn he got his: guar and ran to dentsi 1: of the routeof the propose-d i haiistedet; the ('utt't11g'ruslllnid bids fair.\

w'' ( t, and lived only a low I moment t.*. Mr.Peter the spat\\here he saw I the calve: rushing Cajit. (UI'II W. Moodv', 58\ -hill on .\t"'I'lIalti ship canal aeioss: then| niii-nl.i ol' PUuid.i at (Ihl: wilting to I give- an unusualield, tin
Jane who of the first to dcmoialirc'd condition and : has be-in com pie te-d inter the iliieution of I pre-sent season ; but these tIIH'.htlilJ"l *tailes -
about in
\ ", was one .1 \
( is i undergoing iep4airbut ('xpc'tsiii
( now nl'lI. 1111"hl
,;: reach the shop} informs us that he as-islcd. 1 stretched on the ground he hd"'I.till'\ a short while to resumeoik.uilh\ the (the work, Til' llldlll eliu-i bt'lie Ills[ e-\- |"stay to the losing:< Ih'II'lr' ( of 111' men.

"r In extricating Kdward: I anti\ .Iktcetcd a !slightjmN.it I bleeding form I of the little fdlc'With a antic ipation of tiirnin.; out thiitv-live 01 \lu'efe,I arts : }\ livehundred miles 111') old 1'1'0j1', who see the advantage'\ utiJneeess'ity

) ion of the heart, which ee.i-id a minute huge! ('alalllollllt11'011 him\ tearing out his; more thousand leet lumber per day. 11'rnil II the passage Irom our .\tlullli,1114\ ; to with I ,111)1f the Iv h.'tIlt
J ( half the* avoid mi' eroiis -
I or two afterward., );:wards! was: I formerly ill"ih'oI! : and emptying both barrels: of his hope that his expee't.itioiis will be, fully pisage parts. 111,1 through the- :Flolhl i II tIl Miaits.'Iheeastiin and labor) IIi'a (-'11' The time:inge or\>reMlt\111 'l

I from Lake City, ami was: t\unty-t\\o or into the monster It 1',11,1011' \ alongside is; lived 1111111)1111 :
gun reali/cd. His; mill on Way I Key i i.* still\ innniiii 1I'I'llilu..f III 11I11 theie WI ; | to be- Ht>
twenty-three years: old.Vm.. FlIl'h'r, \\hie( of its youthfulvktiul.-.1tvvlt-kuutvn and doing well tin'ning out *ome twenty at' (Camp 1'llIII'\: tit( head of ship navigation. orange belt 4111"1,1 in Florida'nrioh--

fl bad (an arm hl'ok'I1I1I1t reeeive-d somp scalp farmer in this; district purchased: Mjears l thousand feet of lumber\ day! : and, Iw.ill"'njl' tulles above the I lv leii-ate-il.: Ye-t in my rambling thmtiiWest | !
or more per town of M. Mary's frijol here it will run and Middle I I have
., wounds.. Dr. ""III. llaldvvin, his; attendant i ago, 114 bend of sheep for which he paidis.17. : Mr. Pairthild will befoie ling ('II'IIIIII'II'e14ajll suuthtva'terlvtmmiillhrtiugh the Okcfcnu- line mange I tiee-s:Fllrilil.vigorou, bcalth.v 111 \lnl-, anti

I :: physician, Btiu'idersliiu1 in no immediate : .. Ill' I has sold $;
, _'r danger.k: eN. Will )1'rl'iI(1111\ J. W. and I a few !vhe'ep, and eaten some, and 1 the looking\ wI'\lnll,1\ l in good innning order. I Ido I near liloiint's, I'\'rr\ in ( 'lhlll.j,1 co'unty, I have' ever *(-1'1 elsewheie\ 1 find '
llll.n ilh1 iiiladiwal! eountv.
to ,
I.?::. Long Millcrod some seven-\ contusion*, but dogs, fo\e's: hogs: wild-cats: and bn//ard 1: not know its capacity. 1'iisiness: : in emr 1111111'11 At lust it was; contcmiilatc'el !making :M.; f the'('('*(and small and groves. ; ('xh'wlI iUiti''| I ,

war not seriously t : illjl1l'l"Thl'\ old 1 building have had their full share: and yet he has: little city (II'I ma} be allowed that epie'sioii *.- :.Mink' the W\.1" teiminus of the c.iual, them, l'll'g-1 lil, all stngi\1111111:growth ''

::14':' Z.' was; being remoxed to make room for I :Li(ill I head left, valued at :f1.f;:! each, making a ) is. still progressing :Stare; I last wrote hit, 1 Itc'ii. ( [ +n c tailed to approvethis se- nursery be-ailng; \"(lt!all iM>lat.id

I w'j ia i the riee-mill, to IH\ erected by Mer Macdull' total of a little over ::--I'l.Il1-a: profit of 'mote several conciete and I Irame: buildings i\ 1 hivebeen le-e lion., owing :to the iin-n-ased distance is h involved 'tiroduelng: live to t.fl'\1 thousand
: i ; Poster A Co.-The iioimlation ofr I than twenty-live rent, compound interest Th.-:1 IIInn'r: 004'llh.,1hy lile- oiaiigeand; : of the age, \pen-ibly, of :
per c'rceteil.htin street has quite a business mi'.ins ( ( ; :'h of fifteen or If thegrove* hereare
:'I'5.j: ; Diival county in 170 was ii,! 2i. fly tincensus (Can this be beaten-.inrprr Ti'mn.llcrimnilo. / appcaraiuv. (General; :Slaughter i is now le-ct lilt to Ill summit level His feet abovetide. yell extensiv( 'e 11101'or numerous, 1111111 the''(' \o

r!, recently taken it is; 17,7112' showing at work on our bar diodgin.r; When he is No guard lock 1 is. \reiiu'm-d' as Hood the l lift hate not this; golden fl'llt rlnlll'1

an I inerea of 5>:; Jl, or nearly fifty per rent. .\ ('ol'r(' 1'0Ilh'1I1 of the descent says ot I 11\1 sigh';:; a ve-ssel) drawing fouitee feet will the ofthelirst liver. 1 The lock summit!l'XI'I'I.I. level any enters rise or the (Oke- 1111t4; of result their of wives thegroe-st and little iu-.rliceu II I', ,

The city I of Jacksonville, with its submhsHrookljn : that county : 1'arni }>roduets; are \arie-d, be able tu pass through\ without elitlicultyThe fenokee wnmp! through which it extends, ; inly imhlVi tl ,
LaYill.i and 1-a..t: Jacksonville, consist "I'I'oltoll the I twenty I -two mile/ ch-ve-n and I half milesaboveVamp ; (Is at home' here
but still under "
ehielly corn, cane, ci'dar mill supcrintcntlcure \ 'I The fig 011 '
"show a population' of 11,1 lfI.( On the race.iUcstion : '. I lillkl'oll'l'CII mile be- enormous; (ciois| nf good (' .
e-aava, peas, mid pot.itoe! besides many of Mr. II. Sehmidt, i iv. as usual, constantly voiid the : i (', \ 1I'lhl'
| : the population is divided as follow 1 I otherarlkle's of minor importance. Cotton and giving tll ) -IWIIII'the whieh\ will 1\'I\be well ; apIlrsareplautril5pariugly: ) I ,
; "innning mptoyiiient )1011111 ferry, wateis 01 more sn. I'ardo! bettor,
ably piodtiee
: Whites; ",hH() ; blacks; !it.'Hil! .), givingthe is almost\ exclusively. taiscd for. the market, a nuinbeT of men, women and chillreu.Since h11:11'1: "I'II dam the height of I tlip'celchnitcil (' ante I)'a I I preiiuise.* as

latter a plurality of 2,1m.< and is: readilydisposed of to the mere'bants: : writing the above we have had a dolightful I (the !summit h.\,11I11 taken into the 1'11111 here ain South (ic-eirgia, where it
Crossing | river. in the so foi'
til 1:1..1' I"I tIl
)1 r. J. II. Abbott is to erect a new flagstatT ; for trade, or may 1 be Chipped bringing the ; situ vtr, which lias cooled the atinospheie canal continues: l' hl'I'1 mile bevond to gained its great renown.Timk .

; from which he proposes; to show color producer cash Experiments! !have proved very much.! -C I At the top of the Hag will he the mimes of that this county is fart,ettcr adapted to horticultuie Bunlal1.1i'a'e. of :Ixt '.''wo 111(',,. Pioin this point not as .t roeeive-d) the has 1I1'ltill it (to-*
the< line de'se-eiids, by two loc'k*, l'udl eil ten Knoiigh III\\\'t'r, 1".t'l'l' i
Jarfield and.\l'thllrl\lId at the bottom, tho: c The diM'erciit/ Mnnntec.Mr. '
\ than to agriculture. the value ofthee! rich for this \'"
I"'O issiug: the Alapaha, turning "i"
of llloxham and} ]Bl'Ihd.-h.o. IubI [ nu'inbers of the citrus family, especially\ the S. l'.l'phatnsyritingtuat\ ('lIrr( -I"1\11\ kilt fl'l'llt;;. the smith, ('J4tlo; : Withlaeoochc'e It I is said by old eitiwis in the

hard, MeDutr) & Foster: have purchased, the' orange: and lemon, :seem to thrive. Fjist of the t+'itiJnnil Tribune fivm :Manatee, !says : sliver, near h1: Ilt theme runs gions around Tnllihnssce; and other "
I the of San )Pe-dro deseeiuliiig set'tlons, vegetation 'IUI'M: its I'r
throiuli c.entre luy -
Malmnoy property lit the corner of Libertyand in th'is: vicinity were producedem [ health wundcrfullr'ince\ "
;4 year : granges: "My hasimpiove'd troni it 1 by, live locks of ti:11: feet growth us "111'1'11 1'11'1< tll in t
15 streets including the site ofIer: live and six old. lcidcs}! Phiwer 1I1ull I Iam ) I to
ly tree-sonly years; 'my arrival in the Land of /111010 of tin feet lift Ilr'IIto levele.ftheClllf. profc'cfc'd \ 1UIY "
rill eV: :SMI' blacksmith shop, and will pro- the orange may be found! till peach, plum, pretty well eonvimi-el( that I have obtained "ullhwlrli (' m-eel not nipkc iimc[

i-ecd. to erect a three story building, about guava mango, alligator pear, banana mid a new lease of life. The Mel breezes; A channel will have to be 1 dug front the ngahlstaouttier: ;* t>r in array Lilly'II"one. '\ '".('(
mouth of the* canal to the of the 1111111.
KOxlO) forthe use of their rice factory. The etthers. As fo the profitable' cultivation of that fan my brow tit moining, noon ami ( Jiilf, or eight miles.h'wlll'r from the shore. ;the past few years; III! )irovc-il to aI

,, building will be erected over I the water on tobacco, I am not able to give any informa night lid as a toiiie on my cntcchlcd, constitution (i TIle piojciling sc-yen jetties will 1'1'11 harbor of serving minds; that how ever rapidly Inr

}piling, and will\ be of wood covered with I lion This is as; yet to receive the first ex and I 1111I1 daily gaining strength; ami raft ty for shiIj ling. and) vegetable \products: have ineruise-ef.,

iron.-During! July there have been twenty periments. I furore do not seemly obstacle! muscle. I have tu-Ilay' walked' M\ hours in statute The length wiles., of or 117 the nautical canal: route miles.is:; about Hi'!I the markets elemand have has be-eii: se-adily( 1h'II",1 iuai'case'l more ;

one deaths within thistity. ThecatiM's:: vvcienearly ) to tobacco:\ cultivation here I might add III) banana grove, with the thermometer atMl0 The locks are .VK) feet in useful length have continually iidvancc-il ; t .

as; various as tho 'number of deaths.The that many things! are as yet tube determined ( .) in tilt Shade, without 'XI.t'l'i'ndllg any ((1'1'01 the- end l of the gate ehamber to face of companies have every ycartitJ'ered \,

number ,whites tW.I'olol'l'l nine. here by experiment"IeJTfrsoit. inconvenient irom the he'.it. The beat is breast wall), ft> feet wide at the piles, withUT [ hie-ihtie-s. and n.llnd rate- llciuv ;
) feet 11' watAr on the ills.; They arc arraiigid possible I induenn is otl'eie'd 111'
In comparison with the saute month of past: modifier ) the erlnstull ,, braze\ : that
so by "'a in pairs, rite by sill(, to prevent: the all sc-etion, to enter more larn'IV
year there were nine deaths during the latterperiod The eighteenth disc" et i is one ol'tlie finestSvthms ", one can work in the sun 1 \\ at all hours of the of radio during. repair, and' fruit, the orange and! the vegetthe: "

[ ) more than during the present month, of Jolferson Bounty ; the country is day and in all seasons\ ; of the 't'Hr. :Sunstroke Inlerrl/tol/ curried to five feet above the and we hope t'f' long to see 111111',1. I
therehaving been thirty deaths l in July, 170.Itrenr. unknown heie.This water line. The lift are ten anal fifteen feet.The thousands; of 1IIIlrll"l men ,< tth-d on
rolling; the soil veryproductive, the water 1I11I111)1lro\llOllilllll'e\ lock have about the same dimensions waste lands: in all hurts lf FI.rllll and

excellent, and it [is occupied by good farmers .statement (\.t'tllk11\ nltlmiit ,11. In as those I advised for the Panama route, except ever trlll"l"rlutll 1'/11 be Menies.1.
and clever citizens.! The crops are very Jill(,. midsummer the nights are III vau'i.lbly cool. [1 (the matter of lif. hope l of :

an error in the retort of the census: [in Major I'art ridge has the llne-st cotton "1'01'en'f Blankets at night are the rule, not the e.\- !111 eslluiatt'd cost, canal l is $.">o,0), <))6-, crates \e-getablrs sent forward Hint
/ > The drainage available f for the have from cither seetionsthuwiison. t 11
1)10. "CI'I
our last paper the opulation] of the fourth grown on Dan. Mini's I'l
ward of our city t was given as 1,19s! :, Instead I is )large and healthy and well\ fruited, and fresh plucked that ripened on the 111111 rainfall exceeding four and I ami our rifonnes 1\'cllll'd. '11'1

of the correct figures; l..VH.! t This correction will"'"1nl.ereadyfurthePkkers. Mr.Jones' tree? If not, visit Florida and I enjoy the half -"iirolifee.1mirror.. not until tlt'l, shall 1111 tip-
,______ ___ ___ road to ; D. S. r.
makes the population of IVnsacola 7lf0* insteael cotton I is also in a fine condition, and bids greatest luxury of your liteIt is: the fruit u flt I 1. tfitMlni-ss.

of 0,71D, as previously I state-el.-(Sen.K. ; fair to make him a very happy man later in : par exec'Hence-tit food for the gods 1: I have, A puss AM, PKUTHI. Sorm.In} thevnrw'
of time* when the Presidential :i
A. Terry returned I I last evening from Ids the season. In f.u.t there is not n planter in in the coiirc of my somewhat eventful life, ( campaign COf.Olt J.U.11IHl.U'IO.
has fully oM.ned| mid the lighting The the colored "'e.ple-Id tc
visit to l' t and South Floriila. His travels white black eaten orangeIn the the of Mediternean [ tcmle-iie-y( lt j
i : L' that section of the county, or groves waxed hot-we shall doubtless: hear mm hoiioiillie'in migrate to u northern Lrtttuile wliccethey -
( were extended!: 1 to Key West, where, M in who has any cause for complaint the)present South Amelia Mexie-o, and the West I oiitragiM the blackM conimittedby I bHieu-llii I irrlf-'htnand privileges wuultf

eu-rycityor town he visited, he found the season, as all\ their rops are in excellent\ Indies but none can compare with the i Kn-Klux gangs. The demands for Mich I.t more ('lr'flll' proie-etcd. During) eight;
stories will l lie with .
Ih.1II01'ratie enthusiastic and confident of this State.: 4)ursoil I is Jt.t 1 1'rl 11111"I )'t.Ur of 11 a huinistnitiuntheitu- r
disaster uliarly
: 1 people condition, and if no ; oerur, they orange i usual.; At prevent, be i lIol'tl.] migration ?white pcoplelnto 1 : swatslargely -* t
1 ;; of victory.> lie was much gratilie-d by will he icwarde-el for their labor During adapted to. the growth and maturity 1'( thejmfitt r"I"'I' of whipping IlII "lllr wi-onim hu- (In ('.tc,1 nf I tineolored tlInll, thl>*

the earnest cordiality and generous hospitality our visit to Mr. Jones' placeu rode through orange. No other soil can produic' on (ho ''l'tll.1 liv white rlJall.The proIN'rl.1| of immigration should e-ontmiu-

q g with which he and the Democratic a ten-acre tie,Idol' corn that has: \proved a it. The West India and I/misiana seedling: profoundest pc'ae-e HC-CIIIS to and 11)U'| tll'revul. no thoughtful) cltl/cn l.uM.ol.

t -7: speakers with him were everywhere welcomed curiosity to every man: wbo has wen it. Wehave orange j is.:; wonderfully improved I by Iwingtmn"l'lUlllt'tl ,ionably f the llh dCM'Irl'all.tn1. 'all the.' two are rats busy and 1','#.

I'' I, and he is satisfied that the Democray I seen growing; corn in Tennessee, Kentucky in Florida soil." with the crops which are unusually, go it he stated that in was
mav it
will heavy majorjty throughout tho where it said that ino.-t of Southern States. 'lie great.ta- l"jl Ih.rt
poll a and elsewhere sviys .11(.rlo/l. I tl (} among! the t' lln'III'ad.n1
hart not shown wel
pie ( higher, evhl.11111
sections: he ,'IKitt'tt.-'cuchcs becoming one huiKlred bushels to the acre were gathered 'fllcIut'r\\ county .I'lmnre "a\'- lh.it i it, of (' in July for several I )'(' U\'CIJI coiintic-x to hringh utlo.luf {}

quite plentiful in, our city now, and good and we are satisfied that Mr. Jones'ten has been reliably informcil that a st.-.nuer i, Itll''llttJ 1.1'11".n more disturlx-d |by rouge dis- colorc-d Immigrant from leorp.'u-
and elsewhere I in the event Steams
1 ones, Which a short time since were bringingtwentylhe acres are euul| to any we have ever M- -n. a."I((' II.I'I1) the Withlai'tMM River last week HI"I.i"ll III ti.rllrOi thun' liauisiuna. l been Hefted of the htidiii jx r
cents: JUT &1ou.: may now be The stalks large and close,and Hut the New Orleans pajK-rs of all parties t.l'r.lrCJle that
are grow very and took on board a large load of freight, assure us that I mid giMxl teeling now ('uIOrt'tllll f Tlllllu\04s' tiUD aU
'; bought; for forty cents a peek. They will. on many we counted three and four large and nays weekly trigs| will continue to be reign through the pe-ace length and breadtli of that ti prominent l"Itt'nt tlnt if !h:4

; probably liecome much clieuper before the ears of ('urn.re are satisfied that not less made as far up a.s lilue Spring We do not Itat('. The last 1"'liNlalu crops l pni plrcd there an overwhelming
.J se of the tJt'Won.IUldCtJGllzeUt.. than seven hundred and fifty, ami in all think that the Atcamcr awcendnl high up rr''th'll eicetdenxly for their 11t.rC'Ololl.1 would "III
on sluin-x or wag(', and the ruort1llj'IItlf/ wt1 coullu"fn'
The census enumerators, who have almost roluibility one thousand bushels: of corn as the Spring, but understand the river can till l ltter. Itel,arts 1f1-of t .
mmpletcil their labors inform us that theyare will be gut fit-re-1 off the ten a<.re*--and this easily be. made navigable to tlrnt point, and like Ia..ol tenor Irmls'from (every part of .the well for the eilue-ns. of Florida to hxiL tug'.-
fact In face and to consider well !
the ,
of the impression that it Would be safe without application of any fertilizer what- hope to see it done this fumincT. It ira fine South. One l'vf.l.tJ of better time down bearing upon the future of the tt>wt-Is.'r. .
that the imputation of 1'eiiHH- ever. The virgin soil' alone has h Ben util-! there U the (;( stoppage; of the exodus. it fisr
to announce section of country The Spring, while it is whieh has played so nine'h mischief} with the I wraiths We think unfortunate fn4\t
I cola is at present between seven and eight zed : and thousands of acres of"similar land not the inoMt liote-d I, is, in our oj>!nion, the deluded fre-edmen in the boast| rear. There I thctnselveit and for the white, and Cua tit-
I I and that the increase can U? made available in Jefferson NNl l for future e>f the Mute, that the colored pt-or-
thousand greatest county most iH-antifiil in the Mate The bank are I never was any go r'lUIUI Ifa\'lnl their '
of Florida I in following lUvivu J
;, had been in the last five )'eaN. From the b y drainage and judicious cultivation.Mr .- high, and unobstrueteil) by IIwu'JlIIH The I old( boine-K.not Tlieru letter never olf in was the a South whenthey than )e.II' Itll''J 1 often dcrtutA' Uemi.

I ,., prevent outlook it is fir to nay that in Fam! Martin's orange tree arc loadc-d fishing and hunting is very fine, and niiin- f they W'f." could) j-msiUv he in Kansas or any stand in solid phalanx' ready '\virfi.a-t

t *g L another decade our community will be fully with an unprecedented crop this season her of i
( twice its present !size.! lU-al estate U contin. Those Who, du not believe the cultivation of of the Spring! and along the run, and are sadly learned by several hundreds orI"Mlr. li for tHI. [if they would r'\.1
I | | "by it. voice rnthr than bh.inds
i the rise and folks will keep Hocking range* can W made successful in this tec-: ... homesick, brokcn-hearttsl negroes in .
1\ v holly on buoy setting out orange &;rov. The \"it hlaoollc'bee..into tin ir for follow thone J.a.I'1 who are ever n I'xr "4
',% in. is why we are 1 hit l ti> the above wjiitlu tion of .Florida will have all doubts reiaov- Whichthe Spring trnptie-s[ is I Ift mule wll-g'-, thaw in the 'Ixninillc-w ai its awl of u (41 their }, a/uiiu-t tll'I'it"t I*>ir et-- r

: ...ion.-.\, urange. melon measuring t'tl! by examining Mr. Martin' nineteen year long and magnificent looking l river, and I Kansa-s la t fall( has litl' for plai" (rats, and thus hold them in II.r..t.thlc.. z
old trees.J/mUullu Omtttiutiun.Leon. ,1 pulationof .. ullage to themsehc's. slut we ')
forty-four indu- [in drfumferenceand fortyUine iu navigation will benefit a large of negrslssl| 'i'lieyduuui
scope dene-c among the'in of change, and ti-ve-U.,
want to the folly of an exodiu for theiuwl :
incites in 1"II"rfh was pulled from the.. (t-ountry. We think it worthy of a national I ve*. They l. are prepared 1 henceforth to stay- tIrr.f' but one collide left to |IPu'ir: Villa
vine last week at the country.tut of Mr. I This moniirg, alxiut U rieh.kthe unuinuiuty ippropriation,- Itcfrrshing howvra are I in the South where they were barn and |IH". thlt I pure hi> .t and jut [i4twsrynw-

O. Brent, distant from the city about four wa* .I"ock'll and grieved at the vad now of daily CMvnrrence. It It i good far'I long and are beat fit t eel by clainutie. aUI l all eminent >.Iantit! rvmain a part ,>*' (ei"
heritage- td far ,Mr {
; u'll thutl. vote
mill*. Iu weight wa-s i1Luut fifty-seven death of Mr*, Uvrly,the U-l.jveJ' wife(,f our range growers but bail 1 for cot ton planters.Harry other their condition to reside. The whiten, on ham for Oovcrnor find nil 1'r-
part are rejoiced to retain the** h"fW.
pounds and if there U anythiHgintheshape fkteemed feUoH-to-n>>man Mr. M. Lively. Graham a otlorw! man, Hell- err and to pay flirts liberally and treat IlL.r.thfJ Ull'tl to MH'uta hU lt'IIl."i.-: .

of a melon raised in this section to beat it For lIlne.k" Mr*. I... ha been in j.x-r known in than! connnunity, WM waylaid) and wel. These are the reasons why the South -

we would, like t-; hear iruui the producer. health which )hagreatly aft, < undikturbMl hv any war of ract* h Hix DiTfiiMCK direct fruit llallmoi.i g uamd
titer Martin U the garJeuer on the Urentfarm. morning hhe was allowe.1 U* walk out vine lost Sunday arid has .inc lied The and vt_ an alms idyllic example of liidu: tn.hu ruiitUut Monday ui Ut-."t+' fr i

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Tim MVIXV. LlVlt.: above all, the most exquisite! figure of at good Gio>ahni has been paintingitty' pictureand constituted their entire banking capital stories of mv capture and killing! naa with,t been the

1Vhnliyedantongstm!' men." 'UIn( theorig. angel, theffaint, Ilhll.lowwlll hovering paid this: for it." Tears of joy ,rile were hauled oil"to thickets mud swamps". related in wantonness: or malice, needless, torture .
inal draft of the Nicene (''rco l-from the wl e-sprl'ul over nil the figures!!, and droop' "OWI the mother's pale face whither they were subsequently/ and readily elf't of intictllul1tmal; .
.creed of the C'liuHi) of Palestine.: ] ing1 as if to>> shield them, the (head thrown "Ah, dear heart, thy father's pictures. must traced, amid de-tro\etl: Those slaves whose oiilv appearance.The
bark and face uplifted, ; but A cloud seemed have been sold on the morrow to keep a roof faithfulness hlreduhtfI1, were ; \Iluvrrlfwih private pnferQu'rhlining !
4 i \Vlicre shall' we find tIle Lord ? to have drifted( across! the veiled face( lO that above thy 11111 I Icrr Seistadt will hot wait mounted on mules OI or valued horses amid sent ( to mv! ( profession
1 ? Where seek Ills: face adored,l7 every feature was concealed.' As the legend a day ( mv heart has been almost off to other which ns InwHr) whlh had hl'1 ovcrhauledllill
1 n Is it npart f1'01I1111t'1I, ran : Ijong! years ago; there! j journeyeithrough 1 l breaking over it. Vet nil the while I Alt was .s C'O\ltlS-UI arrangement the safety f both !'It'ntl'n'lwih 1 \ a free hand, aural now lay
lrc confu-
I I In deep! !sequestered' ) den! the town one of t the 1 great masters!, sure the good IA ord i would i care for lS," the \il'ol.l their rhht ]In many. instances whlt / IlCI cast in hopeless ,
By Jordan s desert Hood, who consented to paint a picture for the Hermann had promised to bring the artistto thcnegroes shat'l the g1'rai fear vm, igincnts tl hlltc1tllirroJl'roek-
r Or) mountain solitude' cathedral. This was his: gift ; and the angel's/ his home and (early in the morning he of the I Ylnk<,('s" and manifested cry an.l furniture were trldllll
? Or lonely mystic shrine, face was one of !such surpassing' loveliness, helped his: mother tidy the house that it their t'Olill their own peculiar d(1oll. at everystty'. IJurenus, bookcases alI! trunks .
That heaven reveals the Life Dhinc? that till who looked it stood look its best. broken I or chopped .open with axes
upon spell I might Th1 he left her and strative fashion.! Others of the same race, ad. I hl't'l
Y bound )K;ven the artist! could not resist the I Ill after returned, with bis good friend. as the event proved, made} secret nn! heir "oltentilt in indiscriminate
I Where shall we trace the Lord ? charm, and lingered day alter day, almost : They entered, and the mother turned to receive for deserting their friends at the lrl'lr.ton first tea's' miid t ( littered the Moors!
'Twas nt the festal board. worshipping: the creation of his own genius them. ., and when, that opportunity' of t the\ several rooms Hundreds of favorite

t i Amid the )innocent mirth, At t last one night his own guardian angel I Thcrcse presented went off singly or in body, leaving books! hl1.1.I been taken from the 1 lhrl1ry-nl'
t. And/ hallowed joys of earth, came down amt cast! the shadow, of its! wing "Giovanni I wives and children, whom 1 they Were menu, bibles and testaments: .

s + Close!' neighbor, side by fide.With athwart the face that it might be seen 11fJJilin' There was I moment of silence, then I never to sec again, but whose loss! they; no the missing! ,'oIII'-allll those that remained
t ( bridegroom 111111'with bride, and from that day no one )had dared warm clasp of halll". counted in view of their own newfound bore apparent of recent and
While flowed\ the iheering wine, touch brush to it. Hermann never wcnririof Hermann! my brother's child, how 1aI Thus variously severe ill-usage.! Not an extra article of ,\,cr-
That first appeared the Life Divine. fancying: ; to himself the face of this angel; strange that 1 knew thee not This was all awaited the Arrival I'rl'I'lr'lluldillolIl pertaining to either sex had

x and now had almost reached, the picture, indeed Hermann's uncle The two brothers! 1 whose near Approach was plainly !'0lllulpnrt time wearers\ nnd every bed in
f What calls the blest! abodeWhere tvbenIIsudlenvi'pinllburst! mmi"]>on llis:-ight-1I Hmrll had never )met after Hermann's indicated on the horizl during the ni +lit the house had h'l'l so thoroughly stripped
t as dwelt the Hon of tod ? pale gray pedestal: half concealed by, llcccj Giovanni, the younger of the two, of the L'Oth of November, by the light of of their coverings that the entire family
s : lleside the )busy shore' the door drapery' which\ clung about a form 'angelicaim : bad !spent but little time in / until lute burning barns, gin houses and stores of cott011. were compelled to spend, the hours of thatlong
r Where thousands: \pressed! above this a face far more Io\elier thai "cur audit wiisduringaprotracted absence! t innumerable winter night huddled tremblingly
Where town with hamlet vied 1, he 111I.1'l'r dreamed, of \blue ( born and his The of the }passages
any ; eyes np" l'rmulIl was parents llnr'el with that ofextl-l\'c: conflagrationsin around the fir y tlool
\ Where eager tralllo IJi'II- turned toward heaven, scarlet! lips apart, the II0n'cI Oermal\'. Years! after, when the the forests, ( by wandering amt some of the rooms were stained with
with His calm
There : design: whole countenance instinct: with I the trues! accident (' which resulted! \ in the sparks from the burning buildings, filled the bloody. marks where freshly killed fowlshadbeeu
\ Was wrought and taught the Life Di essence of )prayer Hermann stood motionless. death of Hermann's father, Giovanni was atmosphere for a day or two preceding the "dragged or piled along during the day

If vine. I Was! he dreaming? How long would much absorbed! in his work and gave but arrival of the troops, and now hung; hike 0 Altogether the 8t'nl was one strikingly il-

1i What were till! souli: lie the vision last! or was: it really an angel ? A little thought to Ids! brother's widow, nnd strange cloud, gloomy mid, portentouscnnuh1 I lu-tmtive of some of the horrors of war, Rodf
What moved Hi: inmost, th might ? !'Iolll1lllH'Ur by, and he turned just in tiim none at all to the little nephew so much on the face of )Ian t h The weatherwas the incidents of that dll t and light o anxiety

The friendless! nnd the ,r, to see! a pale-faced man gazing us eagerly ns needing his li.1 otherwise fair for the time of year, and i. nnd. terror will not soon fade from the
t The woes none else: rould cure, himself! at the wonderful: ht. I'er'l'ect, \Vhata hl'lutlfnllifc now opened to the the cowl, once formed nnd constantly sus memory of any one who witnessed or participated'in ,
y The grateful sinner's, perfect murmured stranger; then stepping '- boy I The good uncle was to take the newfound \ the country the them.In i
41 The heathen's heavenward cry sigh- ) quickly forward, Dear child, deal kilstilik away with him, and they whole period of occupation,)exhibiting a recounting in alter days there he events
1 1 Each in their lot thud line Katrine, thy father' nngel indeed thou art ;i" were all to live in Home. Ah, what joy the lurid I semblance of the past recent peaceful detailed, but two humorous( points Wl't' 'I:

: Drew forth the Love and Life )Divine. and he drew the beautiful young) girl to his! child felt, and. the mother-her heart was IICI'on of ]Indian "Uln/l'r, anti adding to recalled to relieve the ll1ullurrntye! One
bosom.! .\I'! they turned and :started townn' lifted in humble and fervent thanksgiving many lint 1 new element of terror to the was anent the loyalty, I
the entrance Hermann stood the:1,' She knew from whence cometh and misplaced; ( z'alln i irunning !
i Where did He rest the while Justin our help.The more real ones. Under and through the pet dog, whose '
His most benignant smile? almost: !speechless! with admiration and u;. authorities, in deciding to have the cloud came the ,lrl'udlllrl'. which entered down the fleeing fowls for the sol

The little children's charms, tonishment.! great picture renewed and the angel's face MillcdgevSllc during the ) of the lliJ excited the warmest indignation in the
That nestled in His arms, "'IIY, lad, who nrt, thou ? I did, not know rctorl't, :sent to HOle for u skillful artist, 21st, and at once went into camp i in amid minds: of the children and remained a subject !

The lowers( that round Him grow, any !soul was hi'ar.\ 1111 choice fell upon Giovanni Uicardi. about the ('1ty. A large portion (crossed the of deep reproach between thl1 amid 4
The birds that over Him Hew, Oh, :Signor, I i-I thought it was an The work was loW almost finished, but bail/ Ocrniee river and bivouacked, in the woods:! their shame-faced pet ever niter, The other, 'l
Were nature's! ,sacred sign angel! us vet bCl'1"seen, by, no one save Hermann. nnd fields: on the farther side These;,lIlrllrll point was somewhat nt my own expense( in I
To breathe the spell of Life Divine Why, that Is good.)," laughed the artist ; A long, full curtain swung before it, and a the only bridge connecting with lime city, lnnnedlnth a galalt pair of Sunday
I 11111\ glad thou thought's;; it a real angel. guard watched constantly to see that no one and nil comlunicatiul between the citizensof "breeks, which had gone oil a-straddlc ofa '

t Where shall the Ijorcl( repose Hut, child," and his voice grew deep am: came 1I'Ir. At last: it \\'li\ completed, and the two sections of the now divided county mule, tilled from their ticd-up ankles to
When pressed by fears Bad foes ? ('Iltn't(1! thou tellest no one" all the town II'4clhl'c to sec the curtain yas nt an end. The next day nearly the entire bursting waistband with n bushel or two of

Amidst, the friends: He loves: "Not mother? 4 1 do not talk to nny one drawn away. force last referred to lllctolcd': through stolen "pindars," destined to subsequent
In Bethany's dear groves, else" A deep! solemn hush fell upon them the country in every of munching around hostile camp fires. I
Or at the parting feast! ".\1II1IHI!>ot thou a father and brothers! ami Church ,lgnitarit', town oft'l't the noble "forage" word of wide significance in I'KOTESTS TROOPS.Justice .

Where yearning host and guest! sisters! ? family)" 1.11 l'll'Ue! nl'lr b\111 a host: of the I'ntter'l vocabulary, ns will presently I IFF. EU\be sail, that
it to one or
In converse! sweet recline, "No one but mother" replied Hermann, simple burghers.. Giovanni: with Katrine requires
Is closed in peace the Life Divine shaking his head sadly! (Giovanni looked, and Hermann, stood beside! the curtain, its Ill'ell writer chanced, to be on sick furlough two private soldiers! who kindly
into the soft dark .of the long, folds to the floor. Suddenly on the premise! during the day prol'ote.1l'arl' |
eyes! bay" They rll : !sweeping aol at his: home, about three miles from thecamps
O Thou who once did'st come were now in the middle of the uisle, and a it dropped, and behold the angel! when the first in ly against the wronj-Iloing, ,
foragers declared "
In holy happy home, full stream of light rested 1 upon\, the thret :Surpassingly! beautiful was the work ; and early the road ull'ltl'tl to they ('ouhllut prevent, they
morning on defiance of orders. These
Teaching and doing good, The IIrt'Rt' the all knew that tht to be in !
figures. paused. looking UHOI vonng girl, '! and he promptly withdrew to the
.t To bless our daily food ; Look at me, child. What n face! Did it was Lit the faithful reproduction, of a face Jltl': being detected in that maneitvre. protestations, however, besides being threats futile oj,

Compassionating mind, any 11111' ever )J'ailltlll'ldUre oftlll'e'? fl.liol'lll": the Almighty Artist, and not a A number of large boxes containing s lhjl'ctell.the friendly troopers to
That grasped all human kind X of the human ), violence in their turn and were not lutuin.
: hut father brain.
; I ) one, Signor, my ; mother conception tobacco had
goods, etc,
dry stationery) ed of the who chanced to be
Kvcn' by un
now amongst us shine has! it now. They were content, and Uicardi with his: been deposited the and of the ) ol'cI'M
in yard portico
Truly glory of the Life Divine, Then( I will paint thee mvself. Dost three companions) started on the morrow for house! the present The frilldi: mentioned nlsostrongly I
day by a Millcdgeville
previous advised the house
I against being
-/Van Stanley. to handful of Hermann for home t.
care earn a grochenfor thy I long-wished who was unable to themto .
merchant transport abandoned on account, ns such n course!
mother? a more distant: refuge, null, around these said would any its certain and
t speedy
they assure!:
TIll AXGIMfi 1'ACV. Hermann eyes: Hashed with quick pleas! SIILKMAX'S MARCH TO THE SKA.
boxes the quickly rallied with I
'j foragers
ure. "Oh, :Signor;; it would. make me too A half hour later the house fcl cIetrcton. Xot being willing, however, to
The history of General Hhermul'l march hltl'lt of the day i in
BY Y, W. Kt'TIIERKOKP."Ah I happy\ ) I"! : : .i l\'en II IIt
\ through Georgia and the Carolinas: has beenfully nggrounds were fairly swarming part my father determined to l'aY bishome
meet here at this hour
me to-mor with blue-coated and excited soldiers' all
written far its ,
so aggressiveside. : next morning to the of faithful
1 mother mille,TIlClr Is: abroad l to-night, row und I'll bring thee to mine inn. Tell To the ( IIi r'jlr.l" ; to his intent UOI securing a share of the prize servants and to place Ids under the
and all the air is heavy with lilt breathing thy mother, if thou wilt, but let none of tlietown'sfolk followers of 'Ollllnllll'r-iu-dlil' at which had thus fallen in their way. The shelter of family master
every, ralk IIld a neighboring ,
Dost hear his: voice among the trees? hear about mine nngel. tobacco went, literally "like hot cakes "
the raid the features ,
large, great presented! only for certain reasons, had received better treatment -
"Aye child but sure thou knowcst who Hermann ran most of the home, and
way of a brilliantly and daringlyexecuted and the remainder of the entire stock of This carriedout
la King over all!I. and art not afraid of the bounding into the room, exclaimed, "Oh, clwln' plan was accordingly
triumphal h the heart candy, cigars!, calico, toilet soup, razors, the writer under of darkness
Ulreh ; -
i storm Crime, it is time this work were laid mother I have seen almost! an angel;; and corsets escaped COWl
of hostile such its ,
l followed I country, un.ll1" : sl'ce"s- po'ket.knlvl'I perfumery to a distant hiding place and the remaining I
then f recital of
away ; let's sen if thy lIIornin lesson is remembered. a the mornill adventure ribbons, | followed with
ful :i has: been celebrated in prose! or houpskirt"ltsh10Uk of the visitation
days were passed,
What the the which tJr'
wast ? ex'ptillolily ) ,
verse / part was such (' owner
writer! of'ery degree, including f'hll'e far concerned in .
lS so as we were comparativequiet.
The angel of the Lord cncampcth roundabout really most! upon Ht'rlllnnll'IIincl, the possibility Gen. ] ('lf. The account to bankruptcy in than that result .
them that fear Him and delivereth of his earning something to add to :ht.rnIU 111 following .
; could have been otherprocess
accomplished by
her store The he therefore, will give merely that view any) The explosion of the powder magazine at
then scanty! next morning\
of the March[ through Georgia"; which was whatsoever [
II Milledgeville three days later, which burst in
dear heart that shouldst comfort heart to Ids
"Sure beating:; keep
presented! / to the eyes! of all who chanced to bein CONQUERORS, thousand windows and and /
whether FOR\ONO I door carrltlcun
in all the
us we storm engagement."Ah
or some! thhll\i\I." ," thought the mother, "I lull most its line whl'l the wave of\'Iiiol reached During the whole of the ensuing daI to every in the city, at
and overwhelmed the State capital, and is watched the fields and roads which bounded the time proclaimed to the countryside
":lye, mother, that I know full well ; hut glad to see him so bright amt happy; would sale
1 I" I was not really thinking of the storm at all, that he might always he so. Dear, dear supposed! ) to illustrate the conduct of the entire the wooded hill where I lay concealed, and fur many miles: around the welcome .

only watching) the beautiful light playing) child, so like his father" Sbesighalheavily, (campaign could plainly see the work that was being and too longed 1 delayed intelligence thiit the

I'. about the heavens, and idly wishing: wish: nnd tears sprang to her sad eyes.: Oh, good! TiE LEUKLATCIIK. STARTLED.' done on every hand and at times entirely too enemy hud resumed his:: dreadtulmiarcbaulthe
lag" I ord, shield him from harm, and help us: The Georgia Legislature! was in regular near for my comfort. Atalluosteveryfarmnhouse fugitives were at liberty to return to what .
1 j "I cannot say that will profit thee overmuch bath How ('could bear my daily burdenssave session at Millcdgeville, and the people of in sight columns: of smoke were goingup remained of their hOI'. .\ few found little

':.4 ; verily, wishing:! / i is too often but forTim)" own dear words, 'j wil not the surrounding country were reposing in I from burning gin houses and piles of more than the ashes of their Ilwelng

?', the mother, or else the child, of discontent. leave thee comfortless' ? She lu and dream of fancied! security, born of the belief cotton bales, while few likecolninns arising over which Hhcrman.1 !('ntncl" :
r. Light the taper now, Hermann, and bring unlocking the drawer of an old chest, drew that Gen. ht'rlal had gone into winter from tho woods and swamps showed clearly shape of grim and chimneys,
:;ai': thy fathers nrtfuli0 ; it will rest! us both to forth a little leather pouch and poured i its quarters in Atlanta, when suddenly the where secret stores of the fleecy staple hind stood guard, as unto this day. Some wct. I
: look upon his\ dear work." contents into her lap. A moment or two startling news was received that the Federal. been discovered all were likewise! being met with the speechless: anguish of outraged

I "This sketch is the r'llt'It./ Peters she sat counting half audibly ; then replacing url' was again in motion, and, indeed, dtron'tl Captured wagons,drawn by cap- innocence, olhel were called upon to mourn
I ".\ye. Just think, thu wast horn not very it, she murmured, "Not nearly enough ; already). far advanced upon its: southward driven by captured f'alil'tel! the :' of kinsmen led away cllpln'I,1
1 fur from there, and hast often looked upon how l'UI I make al the rest in two weeks' march, with :[iL'llgvlc its avowed firstdestination. laden with captured grain or "tor'', and to an uncertain fate All
: its great dome." but surely He provide.' communities rumbled incessantly along toward the fronted by poverty, pri\uton and wide t

\ to Oh, if we could only bo there now I J If The artist and his young model went from of town and country now devoted their camps. Groups of rolhcidng (\'alt'1ln. spread ruin Hturvutiol stared whole i
I I 'i an angel or a fairy should, give muone wish the cathedraltoahuuseintheneighhorhotsl, whole energies to the hurried tusks of secre nearly hidden beneath great }.anie\ hayor families in the face There was no food to .r
I would surely ash; that we might go again nnd spent some time together. The tat following flight. Those citizens who l by reason fodder strapped on before and behind be obtained within u radius of nearly twenty ,
\'' ,I J' to that great city of which dear lather so ] thesiunollau was pursucdand! so it tolur in public life, or of pro I their saddles!, )passed \'e went singing lilc and the means of seeking f or transporting .
.3( often told me." continued almost two weeks, ]:act day Irulilelll'e proclivities, were supposedto I and laughing:; as they Others with :; what might be btlline at so greata

I ) \ some day an angel will (come; Hermann received a : of silver, ami he particularly obnoxious: to arrest or ill- masses of cacklinggeeseorsquallingchlickens) distance were wanting : ) horse: and
I. ,: who knows: ? Thy father hud friends in these Ill carefully fIWI'it'tel little wallet h''cutactthY1 the country outright, or Intervals ut their sa'tltilt'- the t5 filled up the mule that could serve to carry a cavalryman .
; <, I Home and they may lind ns ant Thou and asked! Katrine lto keep for him buried themselves/ in the recesses of the adjacent or accompanied wagons hy way or help to drag an &army wagon or piece of tartillery \
". I :,: :.t must live to be u great artist! like thy father, .Dost know what I will\I do with thy facet river swamps, taking with them their of needless escort Still others!, revolversin had been impressed fur the use of i{I
:\ '. 4 Hermann.' by t and by? said the artist one day to Her treasures and provisions for an indefinite band, went scurrying across! }pastures the ('oulluert and the few miserable:: ani'I.
,"" It was tho following/ morning/ and Her tU\II. whl'l the painting was almost com period of seclusion And meadows playing nt buffalo hunting mals that had been left behind in their stead '
i "m rr mann's iharo of the daily work hl'indOIll'/ with frightened cows anti sheep, or were creatures. truly frightful to behold, as
6 t l' the mother kUscd his forehead and bade him 1ltf'll .," answered the won- CONCKtLINU: V\L'\BLE subreing the fat and unwieldly porkers that so many) barely living illustrations of all the ,
t go out for a run in the sunshine. A tall, leriugly. say (11 The few merchants who 8tl contrived to could not so readily get out of the way ills peculiar to their kind or common to t the
keen for sale IIlant'.lto'k "l'Ollfl'cl'rute"or The sound of the firing where cavalry and animal kingdom There was neither health
[, 1 slender hid he was for ten years, with pale, take this to Home and into
; thoughtful face, like tlll.1tIl\i:11I\ lather who n grand picture 1 am making ; COi\ "olockttde" goods, packed up warl infantry alike thus make havoc among their nor work left in them.
J j died two years:: ago, and not resembling at all Child Jesus in the temple with i the ,1.t'Iti',1"To in haf., and under cover of night fhil'p<..1th,111 common game, was frequently as sharp au11comtinutd Little by little provisions' of all kinds
the German mother with whom he lived in Komel! Oh, I long) to go there wagons into the country, consignedtnthe as that of a brisk skirmMi-animpression found their way troth without into thestricken
of rural friend of
"} I I: this iKtor little home\ on the outskirts: of a was horn in the great city" care 801l' or Flte. that was somewhat heghtelH11 county)', but the was uncomfortably -
Ci ierman town "And what t don thtt?" as: time or nllUlllhll'e 1'rlitcll The by the occasional "whiz" an bal slow, and I process remember
The mother wit busily plying' her needlewhen 1 wOII.II'ut wUII""t tw and paint like town-folk with in general o'(' unlrac. through the leaves) overhead. Cattle, fur several days the sole dish of food thL I
t Hermann turned from the door, and fat ht'r.; I) iced: wits:: the(tmhful task of swine, goat geese, turkeys, chickens and my f.th'r'ti table consisted of boiled upon or ,
for watches
I us he gazed) upon her pulo, imtient face, the '1'11y father was an urti"t Take this lug or devi-ing hicinplacl/ else even all but !l 1al.unimtll tar.p.etsfrtit parched corn, so prepared after having been
burden which hud rested upon his heart pencil and let me mv if use it." jewelry, arms mil whato\'r was sup- excited marksmen. Droves of the mI.llup! from ground the feeling -
5l these two years seemed to grow heavier Oh, With a hot 1,11"h mantling cheek and lHA5t': t would be most desirable in the eye'sof larger cattle were indeed collected and driven ) troughs of the l'u\alt'and wagon horses
'/ for some way to help the dear mother : oh, irow the boy bent to the task, ami! il a few the of avaricious tr''IIThl.ft'| drum beat were torch off to save hauling tlil'l. but nothing was The work of rt'ull.rutuil, from such heavy
i that he might become a great artist and work noniciits bunded to Giovanni a rough sketch ridllwihout or allowed to remain behihd alive, and thousands and general : Wai course, very slow:,
other conducted! at
r l for her! He sauntered, along slowly, and atC of his fuse or ltelltltioUi sign r -- !' of carcasses were left untouched where untl'annot and need not be detailed here.
'. last paused 1 1 before the old cathedral ; thot'utrtll Uotll'r't 1101", lad. This thy mother? It i ia is I midnight down back ganlcn! and even injruveyurds they fell when shot l.tl in time .evening be remarked only, as

f ('- d'ors stood open, und with reverential (comely face'and, it has, withal, the familiarlook ; it was ul'tlgL'IIIIIl' new better gr.I'l'SWl'tl. all the foraging parties abandoned the hunt done with wonder at the tile, Wa the oftl'l peu- '
I ? tread he entered the place best beloved of some old trieud-tap dear to have h'ulhih' Ilule wllrtin tle part and returned toward town, and darkness: pIe rescinded to the urgent demand thus

in the town. Its dim, religious light" 1"1 forgotten Chi. what i is thy name (erresl f t to await lives \\'r resurrection.temporarily With- and desolation reigned fur a few to brief entailed upon their energies and endurance ,

suited well lib:: musings, and its rare old pictures i besides It'rmuln' In doors hearthstones I sinvdy stair mantels* hour in their stead with 1 spirit that surprised even themselves, .
.R were hi* for delicately l i is i If'll and I returned! home and, outlasting the
many a It'rlalll :: my name, Signor. and floor and Hungry fatigued occasion, bore fruit in
s penciled sketch, Ik'lIcaUt"tho entrance I And those eyes, thatvuieet'an planks were to cr'fll hint of the lightfal. only, to find, that neither many wa1 for )"ea\ afterward whel the .
arch 1&llIlllu\\1I the aisle he passed, i it be possible Hermann, 1 will tot need deftly replaced !') as atirll their rest refrelhlt'lt awaited me there, and war was atl'11d.-C. MCKINLEY, la rtnlnM- .

)lutiltgt11einnrtlilmgsnnshmillewhmichl) streamed I bee again about the picture ; but come till rolden When the secrets lime ( for comparing keeping.notes in that the l'em' I had witnessed abroad had j-hia fine

s through the painted windows and strewed ll' tu-nwrruw and I wl go to see thy regard to all these came schemes, one related with I their ('llltl'rpar without and within I .
the dark door with shadowblossom. notlu-r.. Here i is I last : )
> thy Ku- Every NijNE
many a rare laty.j and fathlr.1 Ilwelmg. 'lvinrnture NOVGOROD FAIR. The
tlt how a dozen hams and other edibles great market
The saintly faces in the pictures trine sat near, uIII sprung up to bring the ,;l'l ed A thinayer I of doors killed l'arrit' ; except of the has been held '
steered to beam with almost a smile of life, little wallet 'uluahlllm,1 escai> cist.trmll'r one lonely guinea fowl that escaped, to Jtetorhl at this
of ashes in lh i'8rJ'I, while junl'tol1 and Olga hikers in
I but the large dark cross'" suspended near the remain u j II.t ever after cook : )" for
another the that hundreds
altar lookl'llcYt'u darker and almost night there had .nnath'lutizl'tl ingenuity! I had diligently throughoutthe Here every UIIl'r of vears.
more gloomy I was now K-en ht'l employed the of :
than ever before, while the lift-size figure of sittings for the Iillt.hola\-uUI Hcrnaun pnnapteltime UM.(>f 1IIMls in tll'1Vtl.ation day (,preparing hurried( meals fur impatient'guests with their! ? Junle! and .-sia'rlt :1a
of lot I ? I'WlucU ;
a ploughed Cossack Chi- s
newly !
our Saviour hanging there seemed almost to ran eagerly hi"lUurtthrlhilg some of whom occupied! the new, )
quiver us! the strong yellow light fell upon and( face radiant til lt' more lonorcd in tXh'lt9 the comingof to lotUll both M'Xl visitors kitchen and swore at her the while, thereby, and the Creek withever' the German "

f its wounds. ilg Ill'ulr Illl'UIJrt to his Illothl'r.r best ulw lcAue and all incurring her righteous and everlasting en chandise that mankind variety of mer .
Hermann turned toward his favorite pic 'ltl'ar mother? and hebrew by donning their garments mity. The single article of fool that had lhul::! to employs, from sap-
drawn grindstones, tea
ture. It was one in which the closely arms Ihult neck and kissed of tht'l which werl on (1l' O\'lr t'Capcd seizure was a 81&111)ie'6 of smoked tools and fabrics and! upiul fur, fan),
until bwume tnoet but
another the t
dim and taint with her .".h\'. mother sick wearer conpicuou U'ff, such appetite have had Ia, nut least
( were age tenderly. thul art lv stout and generally uncomfortae I all W Ui 1 I idul. J. l Aver Co-'s celebrated i
but which still presented with wonderful -euro ) art Iki; thine eyes look so and for this:: humble fare disappeared} 1 in view of remedies!
in body and mind Horseis fromI'na
the various of existence. { cows I the scene of and destruction which displayed in an
)mower stages our leavy Ill weary. were tnhl''Illn cellars, while peoet'.ir- llstr'A elegant :\ where the Doctor himself
sleeping babe, encircled by faint visions of say, dear one, not sick ; but how happy ke'ys and chickens darkattics' greeted my eyes on entering the house. might .
cherubs holding tiny ; u child at l'lal"II'ilh hou dost look---it is like strong Jl'idn.1 where week were prtlol'll to I My father was blind, my) mother in feeble and IItt1l b seen of They are known
1)1'1'1' for
\ the flowers; a 1 stall' in jut to.o thy fat'." He drew thc work lercd, in \ a tOt'II.anti they chantihvr long health, and both were fearfully and! I'rairi uf the IiteJ'lt. und are a wlla the
prolonged su> eflktual
just taking; the first .step' of a steep ascent ; a frul her haunts, Ilrklt.I exhausted by the experience of 1r'iatCI. )1. thute for the diseases that any
happily forgot lr prevails in
his "Nut dear \W wondering I father's life bad( been ; tho
with-deejvwJ fine upon brow yet, ; I must not put it away if would\ some 'tOUr ('f the Xrth the
again as huts
leaning wearily against the rounds of a half- yet," Hut he held it above her head, and day never i'J'ak the more vuieut. with the l'Ur\11\ .f com- Jhil: ur thu wt1 < amt
asceiulGd la.Mer-a face drawn with age and with the other bund dropped the little walletiota ) "ni'( iu.t or tROrEKT\ i clling the llL' of (IlL) Wtttr 'Oltiutnt-LiU"

uwred with wrinkles, but wearing a look of her lap. The string snapped t and outrullel The country f.III, for the most I.'r hid his &up]>osed treasures, or on other :l'l'OUlt::! 71 I_ --

i eae while the eyes rested calmly ujion a the bright coin. their Miiall! tJ'tL"US in hollow Mumps and of no better or more substantial immature.tared Wi: meet a great ., warm friends
Lla.lu'whkh hung before them, .\llItllUise.1 I U )'Olf. ll'uret 11t h1 .yours, The log;'. The jioiulcrous cotton bales, which had been made for myself and false ing the heated term lan tlur-

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SEXATOJt .IO ES' OIl.I TIOX. increase! of population, ami consequently t of F.onrDA t '
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llelow print an extract from the !speed{ !political power in the other sections the JvcKHosvtttK: FIA., March( If1., ISTO.; *,
of Hon. Charles Union. If the powers of government' On and after this date Trains! on this Road: \
W. Jones, delivered nt PenMicohi constituted shall hereafterbe l... U\ .\ :\ >IXA .olun.\, N'
even as it is now ( 0" ( ('Itt. and Third tits"" will run as follows! :
; on the Fourth of July lat' : controlled by sectional (interests and fct I I-

At no time since the formation of our gov- lags, this part of the i-ountry will be in a Are HMiMantly adding to their stock of Staple' and Fancy )DAY PASSENGER, (ExcF.vr: SI-MUY.: )

eminent did the people' of this great, country hopeless minority. For" all political purposes DDDD) SSSSS: IXMIVO Jacksonville' .....'.'-.... ......... *:'>'1 A. M.
have more reason for patriotic rejoicing than the whole legislative power of the )1)1)1)1) RUHR: YY YY JiHGGG( OOO OOO \ ) )) SSSSSSS: : : Leave Haldwin ................:......... !tait.t:; > M.
in the hands of the other sirtioni 1)1IWHHH\ / \ ) ; YY YY CHHH<; ; ! thcha'e now. For InU1'ca previousto Union will be Leave IjikvClty ................ .. : v. M.
the late unhal'pwar, the) spirit of National and they can make what laws they 1)1))) DDRU) : RR YY YY (CHI! )Ill))) DDRRRR) YYY (JS( 00 OOOO ... ........... 8:15; .
t devotion {vas beset! and, weakened bv please! :SS: Arrive Savannah:: ...... : r N
"" sectional animosities and bitterness until Every: right, therefore, which belongs' to DD) ) RR I RR: YY tii( (wIn! !(! 1)1. ) OO Ut) OO nnn)) ) SSSSSSS: : : Ix'ttvo Savannah ...... ......... ........... *:'"" .t. M.
finally nearly all our old attachments for the the :States! anil which i is transferred: to the )DDDDD))) ) RR: RR: YY WHHlIiCI;<;< !(;< OOOO00000\) DDDDD/ ) :SSSSS: ; Leave Live Oak........................... 5:55: t'. M.Uave .
)DDDD) ) ) : :
o\"er'nll1ellt' created by the fathers of the Federal Government, I Is just so much power )DDDD) ) ) RR: RR: YY (i\CHiU i OOO OOO IJikcCity .......................... {joo: I'. M.Ienve I.

revolutionyas destroyed\ or suspended! by taken out of the hands of the people who Clothing, lint" Cups, Hoots! Shoes", "'C'. lIal.lwll:0,1: P- M-
the great civil conflict through which we so hate a direct interest! in exercise, and given Arrive nt Jacksonville ................. 8:
recently pll.'l'l1.llIlnth'r' the contest hall a remote l'unslitucIII'Wllol'lln use against/ AND J) EXPRESS: :: : (lh tty.)

cnlelhail the flag- which floats above us today our This interests was the if they evil deem which it proper produced to do the so. DRY GOODS AT NEW YORK RETAIL PRICES. Leave<< Jacksonville....................... .5:30:: r. N.lavtve .
restored it great
was to its former !supremacy The great White House..................... i:15< : r. M.
was not as in former dnvs the symbol of Declaration of Independence.who settled this ---- Leave Haldwin............................ 7OO: v. N.l.euyelarliyvilie .
of the countrywere
unity and freedom, for uiutcr its! broad and body people' and the British Orders tSANBO11N ,.\;, ,.............. ........... 7:25::! r. N.
the British subjects, t'- for Di.vi.tx.: promptly-attendeul'
highly colored folds MiHcrings) and nppreslions Parliament in which tllt'hll no voice, jr Agents : -- .. .. ._ Leave Sanderson......................... 8.07: r. I.l..n.c .
: -
: were realized which l'au'l'lll11an\'n' devoted the to make> laws for them. -- OluMec! .............................. till: : p. M.Ix'uveMt. .
son of Liberty to sigh' in bitter anguish claimed As the Interests power of the people< here were not & 1IOYT t. Carrie......................... !9.u3 r. M. ,
over the UlRII'XI'l'C.' :,! .'! of power the the interests of time people of Arrive I.nkl.l'i1\........................... iflo! :: r. M. .
committed\ 1
in same as
which hl \C'rl'lll1al\ll'
were for wise iustlaws Leave Live-Oak:.......................... :2:15!: .\. N J.
: it or
For many long!, dark years the pl'ol'll'ofthis England 1. was impossible! SKCOND sTHKirr: N1::.1R CF.NTKK.WIIOI.KSM.K ....... 7iio) ,
section had little rejoice occasions. to be enacted: tor this country outside' of Arrive Tallahassee............... : s M. \
: over on the local legislatures.Ireland Arrive Albany..................*...........10:4.t.< : M.
like this and their l'l1h'll and frozen .
lips : AX1: HKTUt.GBOCE11S ......... 5 tlM\> \ .
told Arrive Savannah............ .. ; MIx'iivo
hearts too plainly; that thl'fdt the deep has UK,) members the British Savannah\ .......................... 4:30:: 1'. :M.
hypocrisy public adulation while nmgov- Parliament, but they are as powerless! to obtain SHIP CHANDiLEHS Leave Albany ............................. 4:00: I'./".
eminent and oppression' were visible on cvcry beneficial legislation: for their countryagainst Leave Tallahassee! ....................... .r>:.l5 P.'M.:

hand. Hut gradually the returning; ; the votes of England and Scotland ANti K\LIHU: : IN Leave Live Oak.......................... 2:15: A. M.
of sunshine broke the House of
if in the
gleams auspicious ns! thl'woulll be not Leave I-uke City .......................... :W: *) A. M.
darkness which surrounded! us and at lust Commons at all. The more we confine the ItI *__"' <* .* "'__i.Uavc i.

we are our permitted by to do sincere justice! public to our manifestations feelingsand business limits fixed! of the, the general constitution government: to the to the HAY I I I ('OKOATS I I I | Itltlt'li I | MMU I I t: ,1T(1A : j I Ohl tc.l'I:In A. )t.
country by regulation
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devotion for the institutions under of the of declaring which we live.I mind the commerce other limited, power duties impovil Ix>u\e Darbyville.......................... 5:55: A, M.LeavelUldwin .
war specific --- ............................. 0:40: A. M.
God fellow-citizens that
thank t every the United States, the better we
my for upon Leave White House.................... ;::0.1.M..
impediment to attachment will avoid all difficulties in the future.So .
our government constitution patriotic{ has pa seil wisp were the men who created this LAUGH: STOCK OF FURNITURK) : ALWAYS- lI.\ ND.2191y Arrive Jacksonville: \ .................... 7:50: ,\. M.

away, and that we can all feel to-day that Government that they saw very clearly that _. __ __ ...__ On Mall and Express: Train Sleeping Cars
we have ns! sacred an interest in the p'erpet- If one single legislative )power was created I run through to and from Jacksonville and l
nation of the great maxims!! of governmentset here it would lie impossible for it to make NURSERIES. Savannah ; nNo, Lucas Sleeping:; Curs run
forth in the Declaration of Independenceas all the laws necessaryto regulate society ARLINGTON through to and from Jacksonville! and l Tallahassee.

the ;people who live in sight i of Hunker o'crtdl a vast continent without producing \
. Hill. The inscrutable dispemsatiensufl'rov conflicts anti antagonisms that would FERNANDINA EXPRESS: : (DAILY.)

idence are at times so full of deep mystery rend the country\ into fragments.The ; Leave Jacksonville.....,.................11:15: : A. >{.
that our poor perceptions cannot penetrate local interests of Florida and California TUn'JI. unci SEJii: -TROI'ICAL' FRlI'I''i'It1LS' : : ItOST.S, iECIb: : Arrive Ba..lwin..t::!:."O 1'. )i.

them. In individual life the human systemis are not the !'same and those of Maine Arrive Fernandina....................... 3:10: I'. M.Ix'iivc .
frequently brought to the very verge of and Massachusetts differ from both A law, UOUS ami KVKIUillKF.X: SIIHUHS tuiil rMMVrKIFlYVXTS.: Fernandina........................10..TO.M.:: .

the grave by the weakening processes\ of disease to be just and equal, must touch the interests Ix-avc Baldwin............................ 1:20: I'. M.
in order that renewed vigor and more and feelings of men everywhere alike. -- Arrive Jacksonville ..................... 2'H: 1'. at.I'ussengers .
enduring life shall replace the wasted powers And this would be impossible where interests for Fernandina and Cedar Keytake

of the body. It may be, then that the and fl''linhtiffl'r.. EW:1m CHOICE VARTF.TIEH llnildod ()range Tree! MADE: A SPECIALTY.:( this! :train.; No train !from Baldwin to
protracted which so long alHictcd our
This: l'l'IIutif111'stl'm of two-fold government .
Cedar Key on Sundmiy.CoNNRCTroNs.At
constitution and carried us to the verge of which has COliII' down to us from the -- Baldwin with A., G. fi
political dissolution were through the Providence fathers of the revolution is the wisest and Cedar Gainesville
W. 1. r. H. R., for Key,
of God, wisely designed to preserve best the world ever saw. I sometimes i think ..r.?- Send for Descriptive i ('lItl\1\1 m'. and ]>'1'rIIUllllilllll1l\tl\ all\ points North and
and perpetuate for the benefit of the humanrace AMtr.itT: i. 1111)11'LiL:
that the here do not ,
people fully appreciatethe West ; at Ijike ('itfur Tallahassee, Albany: \ ,
which the is really only based government the on consent the earth of great I blessing/ they enjoy in having such 1 tf JACKSONVILLE, I"I.II. ..\. Savannah, and all points North and West ;;
upon u Government. Turn your eves abroad and .. .. at Jacksonville! with St. Johns River Steamers
--- --- - --- --
the nil the -
people. Notwithstanding disappointments --- -- -
witness the terrible scenes which are everyday s. IdLIWY.'V. :
} and sufferings the post. I (firmly enacted in those despotic countries: i.:. OTTIKIK: : TKKKTY _V uno.n.Rl'I'ond j. ( .
s M.( IKviDHox, Master T'rnnsp'n.Superintendent !
believe that have -
we u bright nll.lpl'o'l'e.rous
j where have rights than the
men no more
future before us'that this unhappy beasts of the field. In Russia, at the present Street I opposite l'o:
section, weakened and impoverished as it is hour multitudes of as good people us God T ERNANDINA, FLORIDA, : PMNSACOLA: ( AND
by war, will yet rise to the highest degree of ever made devote their lives, families! everything '" r JACKSONVILLE.:: RAILROAD.
influence! and power and that its people they have to the vengeance of tyranny MSALKU IN:
will cherish:: in the fondest devotion the immortal in onler to lighten the load of oppression. MASTKH: TiUNsiimriTioN's OFFICE }I
principles of Jefferson and cling' to They live amid the damu{ vapors of Fine Family Groceries TAI.LAnSSEK:, I'L.1., February 3, 18so.! j

the union of these States as the surest bulwark caverns and dungeons, buried beneath the On and after Slnuduy',1"ebruary 2, 18O,
of their freedom and safety. And why earth out of the! reach of God's should they not do so? The memories of that they may avoid discovery: : while making viz : %

civil war are fast passing away. What better war upon their t)'rants. All they a>-k I Is PROVISIONS.Customers krYdrLi I'ASHIN(1Eit'mRAIN-EAST::\ : HOUND.
evidence of this be ammlcd than in
can u small measure of freedom. Their properties i fin i Leave ChuttahiMK-hee..daily at.... 2 00 I'. u.
the imposing event just exhibited of the and lives: they hold at the will of u single Leave Julncy.................... ...... :3:12: I'. M.
whole people of this war-wasted section receiving :; despot. The breath of one ml\n. and he Ix'uve Tallahassee.............. ...... with the wildest enthusiasm! the candidacy no better in the sight i of (God or in any respect can rely upon getting CHOICE L.avflolltl<-.1I11 .............. ...... 7 10 r. M.
of a man who was famous in the different from his subjects, can curry II i.euvellrcenvilic! ............... ....r.1:1I..j4.:
army of the Union. Who can say that the ruin und desolation! into every household. GOODS, asNOTHING! LCJIVO Madison .................. ...... I 0 :20 P. u.
... art of hypocrisy is so well cultivated here'asto and There no appeal or protest can be heard. Leave Live Oak................ ...... 2 1ft' A. M.
brand this people with insincerity The press I is silent except in purchased Arrive Savannah............... ...... 9MA.N.)
duplicity: Does exist any one supine attachment' that for if praise of those who crush, the i 11 eople\ who, HUT THE FINKSBIIANUS) Arrive Thomasvlllo ........... ...... OSS' .\. M.rrJvc .
there did not a
the government that it strong would be possible to denied every method of redress, either 1 natural STOVES, HEATERS: HANGERS/ .\ Albany ............... .....10 25 .t. :\I.Irl'e .
who is designed or conventional, have recourse to the ..\ Lake'ity................ ...... 335m.' M.
create rejoicing to administer over to it any? man Who ever saw- dagger und the torch as the only means of are_ kept in stock. TIN AND Si: IEETIRONVAIIE: : :, Arrive Haldwin\................. ...... the'down-trodden In the of making known their sufferings. Hut precious - -- ROOFING AND GUTTERING Arrive Jacksonville\ ........... ...... 7 50 .\. M.
in plo\lle\ provinces the as I is: the grunt:; legacy we enjoy in oursystem O. N. OAKEN, Arrive Fcrnundina........... '...... 140 r. M.

Europe individual( forget virtues of their rulers their over inborn of popular government, we cannot CUCUMBKU WOOD PUMP, I TC. Arrive Gainesville ............. ...... 501 p. M.

hatred of the authority they represented shut society our eyes that to the have changes taken and place mutationsin since its CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, A large stock of :Stoves; on baud. Jive us Arrive Cedar Key .............. ...... OJW: I'. N.

Would it be [possible for the world to creation and the corresponding abuses they u cull und compare our prices with those of PASSENGER! TItAIN'-WI'ST: BOUND.

duce u man who, in the character} of a inv .liiivt._, _! tirodiicf'd_ ___ _in its _Jl.lntinistrHtinllf1__ ... .. .._._ -. MANrFACTURtHMOULDINGS other houses! here or elsewhere. Leave Jucksonvillp .....daily at..... 5 30 r. N.
nn n n. _.. .
ernor, could go to Ireland or Alsace to repre- that was I. possible! \ for mortal man to do Was SAWED AND ----.-- ----- Leave Fernandina........... ......10 :'W A. M.
sent the Governments; of Ucrmanv or Kng- done the framers of constitution in BRACKETS It. M. ui\i: >.:iitNON Leuve Gainesville ......... ..... ...... 0 U'! .\. ...
land and create enthusiasm ? No' one believes law intended to live TURNED Leave Cedar Key .............. ...... 4 30 A. )I.
: uu organic: EAVESTROUGHS :
providing; ; RAILS WOOD :
\ it. The widespread feeling of delight forever. At that time there were but thirteen ,HimATIIISU. AND FURNISHINGUNDKKTAKKIt I Leave Baldwin ................. ...... 700 J". N.
which pervades the South to-day is not altogether States, sparsely populated, all lying on WEATHKRHOARDING l\IANUl"4\t'Tum Leave Luke City.....,........ ...... 0 40 J". )I.
the result of btind devotion for the the Atlantic coast.. We had but three millions FLOOR Leave Buvmiiinli ............... II....., 4 30 p. M.
gallant officer to whom I have alluded. It of people. The vast. interior of the AND ING. .. Ix-uve Live Oak................. II...... 2 15 A. >>.

springs from a higher and more enduring country was us dark and unknown us the FIFTH HT. FERNANDINA: ) ) FLA. Leave Madison ................. ...... 3 51 A. N.
source. It finds its true origin in a sincere depths of unexplored Africa. The means of Stair nnd Church WorkA Leave Greenville............... II...... 4 39 A. N.
and undying love for American institutions: communication within und between States!: -----.3 Leave Monticello .............. ...... odO A. M.
In a genuine batty for the constitution under was rude and simple. Our inter-State commerce SPECIALTY. ... -, (", Arrive Tallahassee ............ ...... 700A.M.
which we live-stimulated and inspiredby which is now so large alto: be beyond :)--. -. Leave Tulluhusse.............. .... H :::0 A. u.
the conviction that the government of computation curried on I' ck-hof'ICluwl DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF : ... Leave Quincy.................... .......100'4I.: t
his great country is going tut pass into the clumsy wagons. Our great rivers which nature ALL SIXES.Post : .... .' .70 Arrive Uhultnhoochce....... .' ......11 30) A. M.
hands of a man who at all hazards will administer so wisely intended for the most extensive Ofllce Box 174. [ '. ] [ -=:: CONNECTIONS.At : .

it in acconlance with the spirit of intercourse und which have since been jan4 Fernundina, Fla.ANGEL Live Oak daily with the Savannah; ,

. our earliest and purer administrations. The adapted to' the most improved methods of ------- .-. '- Florida and Western Hallway to and from
Declaration of Independence which too steam navigation, were traversed only by the A FRIEND, ctIIIIa Savannah mid all Northern. Eastern: and
long has been disregarded in the conduct of batteau and the flat-boat. The habits and Western Cities. .

. our Government, from this timeonward will customs of the people were in keeping with )AKEIW: AND CONFECTIONERS: At Lake City daily with the Florida Central
he invested with new life. The principles the facilities they enjoyed, both for business! 1) METALLIC CASKS: WOODEN COFFINS Railroad to find from Jacksonville, St.
i this: great protest against; oppressive and ar and pleasure, und the Government which CHOICEC'igarM AND* CASKETS; I Augustine, Pulatku Enterprise: and IjitidIIIKK t
tills the hearts of the
hitr.1rgo'ernment they created was a reflection; of the society it on the St. Johns Ill ver.
American people today The long recitals was: intended to preserve How different is At Haldwin daily with the Atlantic, Gulf
which it contains of persistent and premudi- Groceries. and Tobacco" WHITE: METAL AND SILVER PLATEf: f
I our condition now 'lOur settlements have and West India Transit Hallway to and (runt
tated attacks upon the rights of the people been l pushed, from ocean to o IX'CIUl The Rocky TRIMMINGS( Fernundinu, GaincavllU', Cellar Key and
through the remorseless aggressions or military TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES.Weddings : .
: Mountains, which even within the memory with strainers fur West und
re-CONSTANTLY Tumpn, Key
jxjwer will receive as they deserve fresh : ON llA J"fJ,
I of men yet living were outpost| : fur al. Havana.
when read in the of recent
. events. There is hardly a grievance\ net\ forthin venture are now scenes of excursions and : Entertainments: und Picnic, At CliuttalKKK-hee three times weekly with '
reached in u few days -k-Ld- the Line und Central Line louts
and the furnished at the shortest notice, at rumu Bodies WILICIIl'flllll.1 dn-nsed People's to
that great japer charged against and preserved!
. Hritiah King that has not been suffered by tom prices, atANGEL'S until burial), with or without the use of 11't.>. and from c.uhuIlLult.urllula) Fort Gain!.
this! jtcople under an arbitrary administration ScoenosreL 'fERUplNG ix GEORGIA.; -AWashington : BAKERY, Remains exhumed ullllIlucelllU eases- for Apalachicola, and other River Landing. V
of their own government. Trial by dispaU-h says' : "The officials of ('en tre Street, removal. ;:'-*>-Klet'unt: SleepiiiK allll'lIrlur Coachi-s,

jury, the great bulwark of freedom, was set the Agricultural Bureau are very much gratIfied 23 Opp. old. I', O. Building.T .. Telegraphic orders promptly uttendeil to. Moodruirund Tallahassee Lucas und Patent, run daily between -
aside in the midst of peace superseded at the progress in tea raising in the -- ---- -- :S7-3iu Jacksonville.
----- --- __ ___ jW"iJiilck time, sure i-onnection. ix-rfii'tsafety.
who has thir- Itti ''' n
by military tribunals. The habeas corpus South A }lr. Jackson over ,1T zA
became a solemn mockery, and on the y-five thousand tea plants on his farm near ( F. AVIUY: K1H1AU: VUKT,

slightest occasion requiring the exercise of 'avannah <;a., recently sent to the Commissioner t -20-tf- -- ---Master Trmn-portation.------- -
' authority, the army was called to usurp the of Agriculture a tin box containing W. LOHMANN'fi -
duties of the civil niagistrate, and to terror several samples( the tea rained! on his farm W. K. IIAUKNIGIIT

ize over the people. It was no fault of our The Contnusioner subsequently!' took the A EXT: i
T I :
constitution or of those who framed it that samples to New York: and went incognito to -FAMOUS- VERY AND HOARDING HTABLEM.: WIIOLEWU.E: AND RETAIL;
these things happened. Every: precautionwas one of the largest tea establishment there i
taken to guard against such dangerous representing that he had some tea to ndl. 1'rfpared Flour. C.lUUAO"4XU WAGONS BU1CH.ltSU; : STOCK DKALEK:

excesses.! All hbtory howl I that the best An expert was called in to examine the tea To and from Jot: <'aruel'lllllill Trains., ANDDealer

securities of government will not prevent it and he pronounced it India tea, worth fifty -- CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, fT": in lee.TENNESSEE t
from running into despotism when it is in cents |ier )siund. Commissioner Le Due :: JIKKF A 81'.:<<': LLT \ .
the hands of men determined to subvert it. hen had dittlculty in convincing the expert ONLY FIVE CENTS: PER: I-OUND. rem BILK : BROOM STRICT WiiAitr, '
of that the tea in this and HORSES: InJeiCin4.I : HAUNEKS.:
,; No one can deny that the tendency everyt was grown country 19-tf FERNANDINA. FLA.JA.MK1S ,
; department of our Federal Goernmentsince could be produced for one-third the price CARTS AND WAGONS. .--- -_. -
.- 1 the end of the war has been toward a named. The tea is represented as being very ; .TERMS; GtSII."ilZ -

consolidation of all its powers with tlusebelonging palatable and difficult to distinguish! from C-tf AT OLD I' O. BUILDING.WIMMA.tt j t..irOttk., and Stable-Fint Street' JfeftlFFI.V.CONTRACTOR .
and the centralization he imi>orted article. Pnvlslonhaving been ----- ---- ---- -
to the State
;f Broom Street Wharf. < .
4 > .tfMIIH. AND
j of all authority at Washington. Too made by Congress for the establishment ofa F. WOOI, Jr., -- --- :: UUIJ4nJ.
't much vigilance cannot be exercised by the tea farm arrangement are now making at ANNE 'IAIUii,
people to prevent the gradual inroad of the he Agricultural Bureau looking:; to the lie- GENERAL: NEWSDEALER/ : Alachua Street, between Second 'and Third
Federal Government upon{ the constitutional ection' of a place in South Carolina for the IJJItf) ST., U..... COTKE 4 AIACHTA,
rights of the States fur notwithstandingthe !Xi eriment. There are constant application* JMXJKHELLER! : : STATIONER, l "ImS'\ JJI\A, FLA.

prejudices created by secession the State to the bureau fur tea plants!, and it in exected FERNANDINA I FI.NLEK ..\.
under our constitution have rights still, and > that in a short ti'ne hundred of Dealer In Fancy Article"' Orders and fstlmatc from a distance carefully

time only hoj'e i.f preserving: libertyon this houaands'of, plants will be growing in this! !: IN THE -attended- to.MASONiC.Thero.. 2'i-tt
continent b by maintaining the Just powers country. The Conimii.jiier think that it CEXTBE STREET! FEUVANDI.VA: FLA. ) -- --
.if both governments under the constitution, i ii (only a question of a short tftne when caj>- i'holeeMt l'r.iU" and Vegetable will be a regular torso(
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The interests of the'U..t and increasing imputation talUts: \\"iIIl.Il"-in to see the IUIIUenIJ'Ititlto Shelf 1'alrs, Picture Frame, Bracket, F.c A. M.
Monday June
of this country spread over such an be realized from tea rabin:?, ami in a few Lamp*, Croquet Set. !Hand (!rimes, Combx, CONFECTIONERIES: : : ETC.HI : 21.t, at 71 a -Jnl'k, on sharp f raii evt-njnjr ic>it'a..nthnuarv
he that the United 1 State" will Uru he etc. Pai Uriei I
immense territory, varying: in dlU.late.llml years expect '> great variety "' .
l tie identical. The be producing as much tea and an Alo Hewing Machine Needl Oil etc W Garden fraternally Invited to attend. )
productions' never can sugar may % fiwsl, Flower, Farm and I 1MV F; SCOTT "r. ):.
next census: I apprehend, will I fchow a great be needed for home consumption" (zipper Inkstand, 75 cent*. Garden Implement 7 tf I Joiix A, Wnnrirrr, Se,"(14'1'.

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.. __. The Mosaic: law laid down centuries The Tallahassee IWrlot ; it quite as i my I in
ago From \
.. -: : .. I says : the The following is General I hur'r ck'S Idtl'rofnl''cpt:1l1'l' /'pt and of he
y.l T(. the Christian law of divorce. ThH permittod eastern counties, particularly Ihivnl 1 1'ut and the wisdom) pat lot olninatsl il I great I the
'IP.I r. .r u"g'iT t. 1880.j It is outspoken manly:\ : amid soldier 1 on'

j .. .-'-. a dissolution! of the tiiarringccnntraetfor natn: and, Alachun: the accounts are cncour breathing the sentiments of a f-lalcsman a" same IIhlll'lIlIl\l ticket for President: of H.ic Llll'll

t y' t .:}COt'lMTIC? TICKUT. one cause alone. li to a very recent, aging! nnd the degree of interest: manifesto well as soldier! : States! I H its i eminent services to his Union; country and,

t period the ancient bray prevailed, and divorces i is indicative of a thoroughlyideawaki ( olIson'lt"I.: I LA\mi', hislidelity!! to the l'OI'lIIIIIOI, the'
Jw corrects
The, rty'tf;: nf trial ,>;jury, the hnlictu!" corjnu, were very rare and+1 discreditable in condition of the 1r art Y'" N'hw: YORK elT.rlllr ai I. I 11.NI.GE.NTLEMKX ... ItwM: ;' his i dl'a perception Im tau ht h '
time I J
q. ffif liberty, nf the+ fnr .., the frrcilom of r f,err!,, the public mind I that neither the courts nor It is curious the I'utfltil' ; h'JI1llll'1l(1n"I'! the I ( :- : : : have the honor to nuwledge I'illllll I ITcll'crsun 111'1; his '10\111'111 to keep+ the
t the receipt of letter of July !;::. !
? ,Vie: Mitltti-til riyMt fif ;'
1 JIroJlf'rlm,." l>f jii-cvrriat.' -GKN.; : t HANCOCK, It I is not a sign of tin increasing morality nnd t dissatisfaction! l prevails. 1'ublic meet tion to the\1 fiflicc of President, of the limited! hl'u! J' li' : 'know rights Icdged I 1111 ability t til' r in civil _

1 r /)encrnlr1r/ r No. 10, Nov. 20! 1807.Xntliimj / iny have been called for the States t hv the National I leniocnili, il; ('"n1'11- properly ; his ai and
of Ili civilization that and his
t r or a j ear by year express: purposeof tion lately assembled. 1 in Cincinnati. 1111''l't' ns wl'l'u Ili1larnllil; pure
cnn intlinlilrtte me frnm faring; whnt the number of divorces:\ has' increased and harmonizing, the party in Duval and Put the nomination' with a grateful appreciated' : )Joint to him ns the man.

1 I Mitre to lif Imllatwl rig"' .-WINFIEUJ the legislatures! ami the courts have" thrown I luun. Leading t UepUblienns refuse to !support of the conlidene reposed! in lime worthy of the cO of commander the people, wise> .otonly

.**ri"TT If*X<'oi, K.t.a' down all barriers and made the cau-T1': of divorce the ticket and the former Coinptrolle The p principles l : enunciated, by the con veil' a brave'and,soldier, great pl1lrotlut, a prllnt.
: I tion are those: I have cherished: in the Past, statesman: pure
h Fnn so broad that the mere desire of un applicant '" publicly arraigned, the Republican candidate nnd shall endeavor to maintain' in the! fu' painstaking, practical man of unquestioned
rnR.sinr.XT: : : '
l to !sunder existing relations, often for Governor in the' meeting at 1'alatka am turn The thirteenth, fourteenth and fiftecnth honesty, trusted often wil important pub-
GENERAL W S, HANCOCK duties faithful to trust! and in the
told him "that amendments to the lIf lie \
1 with the view of forming new ones, I is nil many Republicans' were limit
OK PEXXHVt.VAXU.: the United States, embodying, the results of full mllilll of I ripe Ill vigorous
i is satisfied' with his
that to human and
requisite procure from a explanation; that we in judgment, eutineutlyfitted
the war for the Unio.ii; are inviolable. It' Il' il, my
FOR VICK-PKBsriiKXT: : : tribunal annulment of thcsentcnce, "Whom\ should not Vote for him-but as t hail presented called I to the Presidency should\ deem i imy it for (the highest position on cath-tll

"WILLIAM H ENGLISH, God hath joined together let no man put my views concerning him and laud duty to resist with all of my power mummy Presidency: of the United States. Not onlyis but
undcr." referred to facts and, documents accessible tall attempt to impair or evade the full I force am I i he the right man for the right place,
t < .
I interests of
OK 1MU\\\: .. effect of the constitution which' in the time hl. come when the best !
The loveliest relation of life, the safe! -gtuu'd that I intended to make no further article, section or amendment i is every the country require that the party which has

iiisii ''i.vnAi: 1:1.1VI'OIl"l: : of society, the only reliable safe conduct for demonstration against' him' but would leave law of the laud thel'lIl'rI'lIIl'I I monopoli/ed,1 the executive departments of

e. r STATK: AT MKOE : the young, is thrown down, and. thousands I the issue in the hands of the voters." In The constitution forms the basis of the the General Government for the last twenty,

.' : >.IM tl'L: 1'ASCO), of Jefferson County..XLWRT.T. of the children. of 11i\'url'ct11'1II'l'nt\' : wandering I Duval, public meetings of Republicans government' of the United; :Slates t Thepowers of'IUI that should be in retired. four The contlltmc'years (
hv it the party power}
granted to legislative' executive -
?1. : : Rt'SSKLL:\ of Hl1\'IL1 County ) in the world, worse than orphans! \, have been held to denounce the county and judicial departments, define aunt would not be'bcnctieial' to the public, or inaccordance

,) >j; misT IH'TRICT: with living parents, whom they are forbidden ticket In Alachua, two rival county conventions limit the authority the general govern with t the spirit of our republicaninstitution

t J, I K.: YONGK( :, of K-cambia: Comity.HKiiisn to love and 1 respect! I have been held: and two rival ment. The powers not delegated? to theUnited !. Laws! ot ('llui have not been The
favored in our system
States the constitution government.
,:} : : ITKICT: ; A few days! since, it is said, woman in icounty tickets: are now in the Held. by it by to the States belong nor to prohibited the perpetuation of property)' or place, II one

t' ':THOMAS-'. KINJ.( Ahtchu.i.\ County\ good 1I..illlllll\l1t1illg.! on the day of her second I At the ratification meeting held in Hills- States respectively or to the people in general, I family or set of 11'1 has never "l'l'l encouraged

m ,/ divorce remarried. in Washington, and horn county they declined to ratify or notice and the State governments, each acting in in thN ,country, and the great and good

FUR t.OVl.UNoR: I is a wife of three living husbands. the State ticket in any way except by result its own sphere without trenching upon the! men who framed our republieaugnvern11ment'
WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM, lawful jurisdiction of the other, constitutethe : nail its traditions wisely limited 1 the tenureof
OF I.r.ol'ot': \r\. It Is, moreover, not uuuug( the lo\\.t ela.1 111"filh."' minion This Union, comprising" the offire, and in many ways showed their
rl of society that divorces are' CI II 11 11I1111, On <; A'tWw/, That it is the opinion of the general government with {general powers, disapproval of long leases of ,power. Twenty ,

FOR UKUTKXAXT-HOVKUXOU: : : the contrary, educated New Kngl.iml; exhibits Republicans of HilNboro county that nothing and the :State: governments' with State In"el'foIl' : years of continuous i pot 'r is: long enough,
; has.so much injured the party in tins purposes local to the States: is a polity, and has already)'Jed to irregularities and corruptions
:3UIVINQSTON!: W. BETHEL, the greatest: number of IIiVrCl'IIvcr, : nay State-as: the nominating of men who have the foundations of which were laid. in the : which are not likely to he propcrlyCXPOI'lt

I OF MOXKOK OOfXTY.: other |I"rlinll'or m our country, and, it is to be, obtained their nomination by working on profoundcst wisdom. This is the Union our under the same party that l perpetrated
f noted that these divorces occur, not among the sympathy of the inexperienced masses: fathers made and which has been so re them ; besides, it :holll not he lor- '.a
FOR ('OSIIRF.4-'III..r! PIsTUItT1. her Irish German; classes Ande do hl'rl'l1ll'tlgc, ourselves, to use !<}'l'ctell1hrllnll, and so beneficent at home. gotten that four of the years of power
:ROBERT: H. M. DAVIDSON poor or laboring honorable\ means>:! to correct the evil lnesl by blood and lire it stands tu-day a held by that.'paity: were procured by discreditable .-
but among the American horn. : model form of free and held in defiance of thewishes
If these counties' are specimen of an encouraging popular' government ; ll'al
OP U.VIiSDKN: COUNTY.KOU Deducting the marriages! celebrated in the outlook the a |political system, widen I, rightly administered of the majority the people.' It was:
Uoman Catholic Church, the ratio of divorces Republican } artr1I111..t has been and will continue to be the I grevious wrong to every voter und to our
evxoui-y.s: -:sKcoxn:> DISTRICT: be united in the Kilkenny fashion.comiKCTioy. admiration of the world May[ we not say, system of self government, which should
GENERAL JESSE J. FINLEY I to the! number of marriages; stands! us nearly in the words of Washington: "The never be, forgotten or forgiven.. Many of the
: follows! : unity of the O'I'rnl1llIt'Idch constitutesus Il'l now in office were put there because of
OF ('UJ.t'1JI1 \ fOt'STY.JWllAIHA ;
t In Massachusetts, one divorce to fifteen one \people is ju lh' dear to us.: It is the their corrupt' partisan services in thus defeating -
In our last we copied from the UrooklynAnjn edillce the fairly and will
main pillar in the of our real independence legally expressed
in Connecticut
4 ANIt ITS ll.lll. marriages ; one to eight;: ; in an article headed: "The ul'remeCourt the support of our peace, safety of the majority, and the hypocrisy the

Kn more h'lIutlfl1hite could, have: been, :-1"I Vermont, one to twelve ; in Rhode 1 island, on the lI) 'Col: 'er Case," in which what purports !' >rit)., and of that liberty we so professions: :! of that party in favor of civil
one to (tine. highly prize, and intend every hazard topr'servc service reform was Ihowl by placing iol1CI
uu our whole Southern cuat t for u to be an opinion of Judge' Swayne, of
in office and whole
men a
t-rity than that of Ftrnan
I t./) the sea than any caooust town on nurrhol6 a condition of society when one-eighth mil'the ed. It turns out that the quotation was taken carefully devised ; no principles, however tions. The money of the i>eople, tuk"1 out

Atlantic: coast Nature seems: to havegiven people who marry are dhorccd, and<1 society from the brief of the lawyer, and the sound! ,will protect the rights! of the people of the }public treasury by these men for services -
cannot for any length of t time endure unless its administration, is faithful and often oorly performed or not h performed -
t. u.-J the elements of success.: The language attributed to ;; Swayne was 1 not at nil} i is used in
such state of without ctllcient. It is a vital principle in our system being : vast sums!,
:{t. Mary's River, having a course of nearly a things: deteriorating used by him at all the case never having I that neither fraud nor force must he with the knowledge, and presumed sanction

m # I*TTI) hundred miles In length, and for the and sinking to u level of grossness and i immorality been before' the :Supreme:: Court. As the error allowed to subvert the rights: of the people. of the administration, to control elections,

fast one hundred miles u lees navigable I like that of Ancient Rome. At was certain' to be immediately discovered, it When fraud, violence, or incompetence nnd c\.tn members of the cabinet are strolling
the South divorces and'l'r controls the noblest constitutions: and the about the country making partisanspeeches
are rare
-stream, seeks the .sea l between t the narrow l'l'l'"g.nallt is not probable that any fraud was intended, wisest laws are useless. The bayonet is notn instead of being in their departments
\ 1 Firodlunds! of Cumberland Island on the in respectable circles. In South Carolina but it was certainly a piece of unpardonable lit instrument: for collecting\ {tIle votes of at Washington discharging the public

/ 2orth and Amelia Island! on the south, Its they are almost impossible: and in nil carelessness In the Wurl>V" correspondent. freemen It i is only by a full vote, 1frce duties for which they are paid by the Imeo-
) and the !Southern States public opinion regards ballot and a fair count that the people can pie llnf. with...all their /tint_._ .*rtrnncu.. ..and nbfli-
sJiiujjM large water .
t course drainage
,; them with disfavor: and rule in fact, as l.h)'}the theory! of our t ty, a ; discriminating public will no doubt
ceiiMire.DUSIXESS required
I give) it a force and current which create nileep The charge against )fr, Garneld of having government. touuuation away read bttwccn the lines of their speeches that

channul to the sea, while within these! --- -- -- accepted the sum of $5,000( to advocate the and the whole structure f tlh. their paramount hope and aim is! to keep

headlands Cumberland Sound presents! a LUM7JL'Ii iy XOHTII DeGolyer pavement' remains, however, confessed Public oillcc is a trust, not" a bounty, 1 bestowed themselves or theirsatellitcsfuur years longer -
the holder. Xo in That the
CAHOLINA.We upon incompetent ofet' perpetuating lmowerul'
i arbor! with ample depth, fully lall -\c'kl'll\ and, uncontradicted. The supremecourt should otllce holders four
or llishlllll.tcron everbe entrusted ehronicFclll'rl years longer -
learn I by letter in the Xvrlhu'etteruLumhtrman ,
itnd affording anchorage to hundreds of yes: a of public opinion will have to pass!! on with it, or, \if appointed, they should beprunmptly will not benefit the millions of men and

U nel" at time.. The two 'islands: which contract from nockinghnin, X. ('., some the propriety' of Sir[ Garlield's course in receiving cjl'tell The basis of substantial, women who hold no office but ('ur their
i' the the fifteen miles interesting facts relative to the lumber business practical !cr\'ic reform must first be daily bread by honest industry, is what the ,
7 passage are one this fee in matter which was to be
in North Carolina. established by I in filling elective same discerning public will no doubt fully
stud the other eighteen miles! in length, the subject of an appropriation' to be rcjiort- offices. If they liy a high standard of qualifications understand ; and they will see also: 'that it i
st ad no other rivers near at hand create any The timber in that region, it is said, i is, ed to Congress by the committee of which fur office, and sternly reject the l'CaISI of their j' own industry and economy!,

cros.s: currents or diminish thc seaward longleaf or pltt h-line) ami at least eighty he was chairman. corrupt and incompetent, the result will be and God's bountiful harvests: that the coun
I' cent has been bled for decisive in governing the action of the servants try is comparatively prosperous, and not because '
; Mow of the river and its strong ebb tides per turpentine, some
whom they entrust with the appointing anything dOle by these Federal of-
I 'rJbell l rinesfronmlx; : to eight feet, and with of the trees having been worked as high as TOO MUCII POLITICS. 'iKiwer. fice-holders. The country is comparatively

its strong Intlux: und outflow curries away eight or ten feet. Land that has been worked There is so much political matter: evolved The war for the Union was successfully prosperous not because of them. but in spiteof

it ,,1 till !impurities and sweeps out the channel, out for turpentine( i i.s! occasionally !sold at in the canvass: that it is difficult to avoid the closed more than fifteen 'l'I1r ago. Ail them .
classes of our people, must share alike in the This contest is in fact between the
(nre' ervng! its depth und making it one of thc $1 per acne This land will produce on an tilling up of the columns>:! of patter) with an blessings of the Union, and are equally concerned endeavoring' ; .to regain political power,people which

t t, I rcst harbors on the ('II/1>,.t It I is projKxsed by average,; six to eight thousand feet of merchantable undue proportion of matter of this kind. in its perpetuity, and in the properadministration i. rightful) belongs to them, and to restore

P t the jetty system to increase this scouring lumber per acre, worth, loaded) on The interests of our State and the furnishingof : of affairs. We are in pure, simple' and economical constitu

I t: process and to improve the depth, of water on the cars, $'9,50 to $U per thousand, and at sound! reading matter to our readers: n state of profuunlliocal'c ; henceforth let it tion il government of our fathers, on the
be our purpose to cultivate sentiments of one bide, and a hundred thousand Federal
!l{ I rue bar to twenty-one feet at low tide, which 0110 time during the past season it wentas however, n jwinimount claim with us, and friendship, and no animosity against our office-holders} and their backers, pampered

r j1\ vvould give twenty-seven to twenty-eight feet i low as $6 per thousand. Freights\ are we shall endeavor to gather from the great fellowcitizens.Our with place and I jiowfcr, and determined to

I\) u.1l.tigh tide and I make it probably the best high-to, Charlotte, seventy-four miles, $12: mass of political' matter such as i is of real material intcrl'bt. varied and progressive retain them at all hazards, on the other. '

i I I Atlantic harbor south of New York, except per emir load of 4,000 feet ; to Wilmington, 5mj>ortance only and todigest for our readers demand and unitedefforts. dangerous Hence the constant powers by assumption the General of new and

yy, I: j iJ.,,' \t'f fllampton Roads.: $::0 per car load antI to Portsmouth, $.3 i per the i political news of the day. We regret,; to A !sedulous and scrupulous! care of }public meat under the rule of the Co\'l'rn.party

jjj The: depth of water that can be carried out car I load. The mills are mostly water-mills, see a tendency already to the use of base j political credit together with a wise and economical The effort to build up -what they call it

;'i'' f j :'l1llllbtance from the sea of the leading burfjors and a few steam-mllls used in ginning cot methods in the public press. The management of our governmental expenditures strong government the interference with
I should be maintained in order that labor home rule, and with the administration,
J 1 1 \\.1: on the Atlantic seaboard are us follows : ton in the winter and taken to the woods to principal offender, as usual, is the New York may be lightly burdened and that all justice in the courts of the several States of,

l "\. Dittu-ict.front the .Sm. I>q>th t' Ilitrr.Ifoston" cut lumber Inthe,summer, About three- Times, which has never, so faras we have observed }[Arsons may IX protected, in their rights to the interference with elections! through the-

j" ................ 10 _'! fifths as much pitch-pine can be cut per been able to conduct a canvass with the: fruits of their own industry.The medium of paid purtball'ederal
.: ,et., York ............ 30 S5Philadelphia time has come to enjoy the substan- ers, interested in o/re-lllt.
day as would be rut of white pine. Aftertime decorum. It is acting now asa of il power
f r\ ......... 100 :23Italtimore !; purveyor that benefits of reconciliation. As one people and curing more for that than 1 for fairness in
r .....,........ hit< IiI timber is exhausted the land is. valueless\ petty stones. malicious! indeed, but weak and we have common interests. Let us: encourage elections ; in fact, the constant encroachments
Hampton Roads l ..... 15' 3u and I will produce l1otJllnghut wire-gress pointless.: We hope yet that the campaign the harmony and generous rivalry which have lc1 made by that party
I I .t f'liarleston........... 11! 12.ilj our own industries which will reviveour { the '
and sedge.. which the cattle will. not iiit. will be redeemed from this style of warfare. among ujKJii dear reserved rights of the peoPle -
t S.-iraunali .............. II 15Vrnandina languishing merchant marine, extendour and : if not checked,
I .ilj < ........... 5 la:?) The greatest enemy they have to encounter -- commerce with foreign countries, assist. the liberties of the people. and the bUl\"Cr 1

,: The estimate>:! :* for furnishing rock for theriprap is tire From September to May everything 07' 1)E CENT. our merchants, manafacturers, and producers meat of limited INJWUH created by the (ath.l'n r

work in the jetties was put at f 1.25 is like tinder and the forest trees being Honorable S, 11. Conover will be elected \ develop our vast national resources, and end in a great consolidated central
t by upwards of :2.I. ) majority. Colonel Uisl and iller.a. the prosperity and happiness ofolrll'lII. Government, strong indeed for evil and the
per yard. .-\t" recent letting for the work covered with "scrape" turpentine, bee l was elected by over TOO()I majority in 1H70, .., overthrow of republican In .ttnH.n.;
iu Churlotun harbor the bids were under $.1 which has dried upon the face of the trees, antI we inu. t more than double that majority If( elected I, I shall, with Dh'inl favor, labor The wise men who formed our constitu

l.er cubic yard for the rock, und no doubt anti the boxe: being full of crude turperHne. this year. His or>j onent is tooold.decrepid with what ability 1 possess to discharge tion knew the evils of strong government
childish and Lourbon-like duties with fidelity according to con- and a long continuance
to my
.:wuld be for three dollars whenever tire gets once started it travels represent jKjlitical txiwerin
procured |leer yardif viitions the .
{ and t-liall take ,
care to and same
this State in Congress: I, and will be.. protect JllllTht: : knew that there was
not for a ifs amount and a saving of one through the woods with the speed of an beaten by our young IItat""m31un.1 scholar I defend the Union and to sec that the laws 1 tendency this: direction in all governiients .

third of the estimated cost of the bar improvement express: train and only stoles when it reaches out of Li fossilliferous' boots." be faithfully and equally. ututl in all and consequent. danger,; to republican

lie- made. The Grtat Kuttr-t, an owning ur u stvanipLabor !' "'e think no respectable Republican cane )parts of the country' alike wi assutuethe to nstitutions from that l'al' and took pains,
rl'llu..ibit| } fully sensible t the f.1.tthat guard against it.
j or any of the larger class of ocean bteamers, is very unreliable: the laborers bet > other than disgusted! with the above, Ihuinbl'r rightly the functions( of The a centralized

with the depth of the!' l bar incrca-ed to twen lug negroes who. cannot\ bv depended 1 iijion which we find in the columns of the Ocala Government is to discharge the most sacred G eneral iiusetnlnent can!strong e used 1 to perpetuate -

; ty-one feet, could then Tl.mtil.l'U h'r till har when out of shout Wages run from $l:: to .I AVpuVV.i/i, the organ of the Republicannominees. duty that can de\"ol" upon. an American the same bet of men in i )wer from

e bor. Wen; jvn>ider. .t another time the $l3 per month.. __ __________ ( citizen I am, very rtsjxxtfully term, ur to ilt term such until only-it in Ct'a"t name to 0 a the republic -

i 1, .-ifect of this liar improvement upon the future NI\r1ELU S.; HANCOCK.to dency of the party now\in ; 81,1 ten
t'.v/TED n r SKI' i n.i r/o.v. power in that directioii -
1l0W JIE lift GllillOX.
I of 1-\.rtIiUlilina. Hon. John W. Jt'l'n.n. P>sident of 8 shown In various besides
y lriider the )head of .flat:hna Republicans the Convention Hon. John R. the WU.I.
A gentleman residing in this county says I he : ; Stockton willingness recently manifested bv a
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} VAST TIME. has some, colored neighbors who have been United," the /Vn'wf, notice a bolting convention Chairman, and others of the Committee largemiuntber of that party to elect a l'r'I'
the National Democratic Convention.liclow dent
held in Alavhua'undertheausplcesof an unlmitl' number of terms, i is quite
to school and value themselves 1 their
The Lou; Cu\. K V upon
steamship, One of them WalN, which nominated opixnitioa ticketto the letter of Hon. that the people
"pCr. commaniUng, 11Ill'r dock, in New literary acquirements. recently we give William time hl come when it will l he safest
t 1 urk, at 7 clock on the evening the 17th I called\ at his house and asked if lie would the one m selected by the Republican county iL English, accepting the nomination for and best for that party to be retired.

jut!., and arrival at her wharf in this city at lend him a book to read. Going to the book convention the week before ; o there are Vice-Prestdent : Hut iu resisting t'ucnludult'lti of the
Jj *) morning, making the in General ;
; yesteniay run
cae he carefully !scanned the botksof> the two tickets in the field. The 1'at.iuf'itjii- July 30,1330. ri hts ,VtVtrnmvut "I1011 the rt'sn'el
lire days, twelve hours and thirty-four b.u.\uroLs. ,; of c 1"01'16 amid states _
ute '),,,"lnt.1il1g two hours and iwenty-tive books, and after great deliberationfhftisfa gratulatessthe I Republicans Alachua" on Tit the /0.1 J.n 1. Sne'Ufl. I'rttldeut of I (mmuly! understood as favoring' the wish to l*' }

juinutcs for detentions I during the trip her volume of iibbon's; Home, u11I1..illu. wouldlike ) thin bplit. Which ticket does the Patriot the ; l,1 JuhJ I': tstocitou, exen'hse L\ tIle (;cueral Government I'rll'r
) .actual running time live .Ia\..*,ten hOIlN I favor, the regular Rush or the bolting Walls Chaiftttau. and tlc Urutlxri nf the ('11x- i. Wer rightfully' '
I \yas that. Our friend asked him if he LtIoJ'Si'; 8 t'> it, and under
AJltJ nine lull1ut,.,.. This is the fastest time thoughthe I' ticket? HiiUft of Xvilw.< the constitution the i-ncrmchmenU
could rettti and understand it.'f'Oh I GLxTLE \ now the honor UJI'l ,
ever made by era between: New York and yes, to !\'ftotiutiulal rights rthe .
told port. sir, I'll< use to midin'." Well. :aid v mr I THE highest pcrctnta of municipal reply to your letter of the 13th inst., informng t'rllelt iUh'rfc1u' Gent'rl <.ov-
., growth shown by the census is that of Denver me that I was unanimously nominated exercise proravoided ,
With a ilirwt line of steamships from Ferruuidina friend, "Ivt ne bear you read a little." With which has increased during the decode fur 'Vice-1'na.idfut of the United States by I v1' (l"wt'T lau>t l b carefully ,

ta t Ne York the trip ought; to be some little hesitation the eo1orrl l visitorupeiitnl ,I at the rate of 'IW) j IIl'r cent. Miuneau| >lisrankseuouad I I the late. IVmocratie National Convention The Union of the Sutt's

.made in sixty-four hour, if the run can be the book, elearetl his throat: soilread l, with a rate of 4Uper ('( which assembled at Cincinnati. As foreshadowed tutiunllu"t be maintained: under the colmsti-" '
I I I and Oakland, California third with in the made and it is well
ittiJo (rollt'w York to New Orleans in 132.hours : :AS follow : a 'nt// nrbl rClurk by meat oft this has ul the
I :S13; lIt'r'ut.. M. I'aul and Camden the time of ) your letter I unbtime 1litiou
aJ Ftnuu liiia is nut half the entire The dog can run ;" "the ox drinks wa.1 i Jersey, harv, the fourth place with a rate of I have now to rwy that I accept the high trust I'resldeutbal Clti1tt. Democratic i

cli tauce from New York to New Orleans.UV ter ;" the horse run fx.t." That hill\ do\" 107 J jt-r ",:"t. Grand; Rapid. Michigan. H with a realising Kl of i iu rvpou"ibility, now, and! finally ana l'luil'1( iUl.errwllere +

have no doubt that with the Increase of Kiid our friend); "that don't Miund much like t.'rl..htc.lilth 1,3i'rcent.; | ; t. Joseph, 5ths- and I am i profoundly grateful for the honor a mine of the result of the war url\r tttlvd

+ 1bat fruit all'! vegetable bu"iueI.lr'tr" and i Gibbun'" usual style, but YO\ll n uk the Njtri.Ijth with TU Ike
/ + wtl.r tC.lU1C'iU W deuu uJl-J. book 7* leer cent. principles adopted by the t'Un\U- will l nut l.* .,vvrtupu\ ,,r war impaired fur the thuulJa mon

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the! Dciiioirntlg ticket Uilcelcd.. In that POLITICAL XOTKS.So I untrue in every particular to this rut: cr.xsvs.The ---l lion TO ust: ittmxvr.cT.iXTs.

event I, proper} : protection) will 1 be given in tion. It filled. the conquered. "uth1Inll l'rolta- censu>ret urns of twenty-two State I The }proper ue of Ili.i1fl'.tnnt1 I is essentialto

every legitimate way to every oiti/eii, nntivi' many former l'epuhlicau!'arcdeilaring hungryndvcntnren, who. like the locusts, and At hand. Some of the the !( of the health of n c-it.v

or udvptod, iii every !section of the republic, for HanciH-k, that now, when a prominent have left nothing green. Then why do H1'IIl"It'111'I'I.1 ( one T'rritot. 11'( (romiiiniiit. Many l'I'Ill do tnt know
in tin-) eujoynn"nt: iif: nil rights guaranteed by llepublican not in active politic* says he to "ollc'l that the South figure are "tr I 1 ; ot hl'T are based upon their toil>ortam-c or how to employ them.
the constitution and its amendment. ? If ( Hancock and are tit lichently Themes of ft few of the ('hcn ost and most
: u shall vote for Oarfield the party organ!' parade thC'1 ('11. nearly complete\ returns,
rtat1dctlrrcneyuf hono t nluneynI'the value the fact for a week. Tho party I is !so wa "o successful in settling the issue: of the proximate for of calculation. They etllcicnt are here l'rl'C'ntlt.nlh 1 view, III
and pure-basing 1; power e-orn-sponding !substantially hard up that it has to brag over those who war by arm, who i*l better fitted to healthe purposes (enabling Citlll': np>1 thri to the 1C' t '

with the ttnndard recognized, by do not desert.-Sniannah/ ''elks./ I wOlnl.; of .strife and rnt I the Il:'I'I.i"I' are n!* til\": advantage.Cesspool.. '
the (,olHllwrdal01'1.1., jiml consisting of that arc f.t impairing \i\orll' that he IS.I! 1870. *, l.iilk!, Stablevnrds, etc.,
\ gold! and' !silver\ : : and paper' convertible into WHICH IS Willi'llt a meeting of the won for our [ :'(,.] Arkansas 700,000481,471 nfter being (' ,\ he disinfected bj

..,... coin, will lie maintained! ; l.iboraiul t thomaiiuftu Executive: Committee of .\ladl111',1111Ity., 1.01111111'IUIIlllal ('alfnrin..... ... ... ftoo.OOO rlJO.24. sprinkling in tht'1 ome-half pound or one
I -luring;, coimucivi.il and business interest held in Gainesville yesterday! August: 3d: t 1\llllwlrt' W.OOO) : pound of chloride] of lime according to their

*lof the country will !1,1' favored, ami en the name: of 1. 1). Dennis\ wa taken from 111.11.1 COI.OI'.1\ TII1.\KS.. Illinois .3.100.1)01)) 2.V:\n.81! !>>izl. or by dioling coppcru in the proportion

(couraged every legitimate wathl' toil the ticket nominated bv the Wall. convention .\ correspondent of th(' I'torMina, who i is Kansa.. !):!$,..lni.: :} of t thee pounds. !'! of coppcm to five

ing millions of our own peopleill; beliroteitoil in this town on July :24, lt SO.\ he (Dennis a colored man, : Kentucky ..... .....1,jHt'U: : l :. gallon of water, and using it freely with a

from the destructive : ) not accepting, and lE.;. llughesplarerlon 1)1 "olila1 Op1,15N1: 711115 sprinkling-pot.

: of the China and to that end their romjietition immigration it, he being the unanimous choice of the 1 want to ask my' colored friends 1',11 Michigan I ),(\N) 1,184,050! In hot weather privies should be disinfected

I to our chores will be I'OT1lmittl'l'Corr"IIIJlrllrl Sun "/Iffh....... question about this and d.iro any I'll to Minnesota I 70,07:2: 4.W.70U( at least once week. A mixture in tin-

public creilil will bo properly) ; restricted oIJllalntnilll.'IllIlId take it up and say ho was '\'I'\ troctcd hl'l Missouri i ............2.4I\11\) 1,j21:1! following proportions 1 is well adapted to the
; \ !> \ TnKOl'T1. OK IN \-.tol'natorJoll11-;: 1 want to them who furnish
1'1. thl'll Nebraska .... ........ 4S4.000' ,
!strengthened bv rigid economy !ston who has been in Washington for sev Kind to work and run the season purpose

in public eAl: "t'ndttureS,an'l) the libertiesof I'rlllll\, has returned home He-fore leaving / with meal and meat and thl'1 tlrl and prm I. New New .f.I\...........V t,.0
the people\ and the1'01'1'1\ \' of the peoplewill ho"expressed' himself quite '(. \' regarding :shun and gets thl'l I mule is hl'l they pint Ohio .3,200,000, 2S,2( () Crn.ll carbolic acid............. 1 cmart.Water .

be protected by a government of law the ]political outlook in Virginia, got one to01.. with and make 1 living ? I Iit Is Oregon) 1;." 90,923iVunvlvania : .........................1 I gallons.
and order, administered. !strictly the interexts and I is linn in the opinion that the State wilt Conover l cdwith or Denis or lagan: or 5\
; or < .... .....4,22'1.11}1 V 2l,95l Where the 0.1.11 of catholic ueid i is objected
of privileged all thepecplc.and classes. not of corporationsand \ l be carried by Hancock unit, Engli: "h. lie believes :11'11'or Purnuii or any' II 111'1 til' has- Rh.ido: Island,....,.... 27(5.710( 217,353 to the ( known a*."giromlin"mny \
the strength of the HI'aI1jll"h'1''I!' has own vttin for ever since sir Texas .. .In4t0,0t } 808.57!) P1l'llttiol nliovo mixture
I (to not doubt the discriminating justice that I i ... ..... .. \I he tl' may
greatly f\'l'rt''timlh'll.nn.l the Malone lint awry of them. They did drop about a Virginia .I.OOO.OOO 1,225.1ti.'lWisconsin : have the carbolic loll out.
of the people and their capacity for intelligent will dwindle down to small ,\climes the about 1
party : : !spare among 111101'1..1111'1 i ......... 1,300.000:\ l,054r It should be remembered that
sclf- therefore copperas
uvcrUllll'lIt, and do not following by the time the election' comes lection times and had the lasiest! and woith- I'tuli 8rt,7K\ action lend
doubt the success of the Democratic ticket.! around less town for few week 1-.111) tx'rtl 1 slight ('IHw.i'e upon
illlhllll mixture
hl -- this
Its would 1 1 pipe!*, and thfI'd IOI'r using
success! bury beyond resurrection
!sectional jealousies! and hatreds: which! have Ihl'l'lIl.ll'\oi: Hn.l..1'"lISII.-\\'C !learn that every lint ion time+l with and took drinks sometimes with) thl'l and Total 1... .........22, 5'X,404 2jl3"1 : ) ,esshnttld ho (lu!hcd with water. This

so long been (lie chief stock-in-trade of \pestiferous l- some outsiMiken colored }Democrats in this 1\I'lol'kl'll1rl '11'1 no more use. (for .\ analysis of the ab "'\ figures, says theN should\ be used bv pouring or sprinklingun-

demagogues, and in no other tvayout place haw been threatened by their political got Ihl'ir111.111,1 till text lection I knocs that '\Orl'ln11.I'r"t, shows some Int'rl'-ot-: t there I is no otlVnive H' aloe Whel them

this be t>o cn"ectually acconuili.shcd. It opponents) of the same raw ; ana that tlll'll much. Hut what ltl' of tvvwn ing :1,1 !>surprising ; .\1 the much water dry (ooppora* may be used in

would restore !harmony :"and good fueling between there is !some talk among the latter of organizing ? Why they 1.1'1'111'went to (the thl'l white nun States but four arc included il the table, not.ihly quanttllesntllcient to uevenuplisJi the same
for the of driving the colored till those which have shown the largestproportionate1 result
all sections! 11111Ink I' us in fact as purpose who owned the lands, democrats and asked
well as in name one people.\ The only rivalry Democrats away from hereVI? tit for and it and the for it incn'me- Minnesota I 1 Nebraska Dry privies and earth closet should have

then would be in the race for the development not know, how much truth there is I in this and a mado job got if it was got nUIII'\one, and :and Kiiifsii.. A 101' favorable basis i to thrown into thl'l every day in sutllcientqimntity

of material! prosperity, the elevationof rllort. hut the colored HI'111.11'11' may as 1 I'rol I'1 sorry t the toted the North for comparison could not, therefore to keep tlieni dry and free from

labor, the enlargement of human right, that the II.hll threats got 1 living !'IOII'do the \they hl'l bo !'I1'h'I'tl'l What do these figures odor the fllowll mixture:

the promotion of education, J1lIrnlihrdi may: get th1 in tlhll'l the court They to was keep picked the anllll in till and\ WI'ol'l place show ? Thlt North i is doubling up \in Dry earth or tine elry chnnval..4 part
ion liberty order and nil that would tendto had as well this 1 is a freecountry othl'\' power 11,1 while the South remain sta slaked I lime .1 part.
11,11tlnlllnt make high taxes for the white 11"I.wrt* to 1'\IIli'1 Dry ..............
make us! the foremost nation of the earth and every 1 \ or hlll.k. I is t W lection come round Not at :,11 On the (contrary ', it i is The eif having tight box to be kept'x'rftctl
hl'l till'
in the grand march of human guaranteed freedom of !>speech and a free ballot Il11.1 found that that South Is gaining \\Inl 1
progress.) : of ( ready for another cropas 1'11- by the use of 11'Irth with
by threats.-Sn>il tn"l Tribute 'I'1 t than the .
I with unilltili.latl..1 more rapidly
nun great rl''p'l.t.'I.'r truly yours, they ought to they llocks about the lalol1'1 lime 1".01 the score of hl'ltlhl llr better
Northern Western
WM. 11. KM: MH.> towns again till thcnu'clos4111 wore out and \\l'!> ( fourteen 11.1 than 1oth'r..
from which returns have been received
.IriHiK JI.TIS'i ViEws: ox .\ CI.KVX lWlIlIl the little scraps and pl'lltlll I Charcoal; i is the best nborbent. Dry earth
show Increase of 1,510,025( ,
TIlE 'TA'i'LTi: com S WEFI'-71 of the ytion ; SIR :- Il' 1111 to them I WI nn aggregate of 23.JI2 cent. It will i Is next in value. Where these cannot hi-
It IC'I'm 11 that the AVtVn, in giving utterance dogs, and ( raged and poor to the "I an average gain per obtained !ifte>d ashes nnswer u similar pur
Shannon the who killed in that this increase ofporcintigo
lawyer, was a horror !surprise ) to 11'nrl
to an expression: of at the white democrat again to get I mule untilSOUtc many pose.
duel in South;; ('arulfna. that
: was cvhlt'ntlgoal contemplation of as likelyto meat and bread and make another : I. 1111'1' .1"llh'elll' : Iortln I.lme alone should never be u!'ed a* div
ed into the barbarous conflict be the taunt I "ll'll 'IWI''I' .f tho South fl'lllkh we IU1'(' 1
follow Jenoral HIllk': of (cowardice after he had declined one chal Tho Southern antes nnmccl have
( have learned a ashamed to to 'II\'I'I 1 be dinfcctcd! through
lenge. X.1lw i is 111'0111111111 the world I is just we unfortunately hli1.11 got go total population of 9,11,331!> <;!) : : an aggregate may tl
that one of those events doe not necessarily a vvh'ite man for Inl for a mule andland drain pipes, kitchen sink, wl'l'r-dolt' hl-
as far from knowing. ) whether he was: a coward 'follow e i l the other). ha lost its usual allirll' to work .. hl'll V I Illal( hl'I'l101111 to gain of 2,750,882, showing an average 11'l.rl'l."f sin, or stationary w ash-botvls!, by pouring! a /
uif he had Not issue be
never fought. an : ble ( Certainly, in the :South;; men his worst (enemy '* In.1 111.111 thl'l ut nearly. r'rt\-lhrl'CIII'I'ItOr t ease (, or t two of 1 tho ooppora' I and ( r
in l1l01 'urholl
has been settled! ; not a doubt resolved : nothing 1..1'1'1 Il more o\act' \ (!
who feel most! 1'lInIHe to politicians: of gcteu all the money t1111' madeand :. ('*, or ]proportionate
has: been gained except that the controversy the 1ll'1 and Utah'is 7,325,021: : quantity
tho "loavcs-and-tishc's" that it in 1\11\.lwI in each .
'II'h..l-IU.1 puttin tl'irl'pdlalkIIII'llilli giromlin, place s (
has further interest for him ]In ; every
no school never found much favor hero-would I 1 oil to their Northerly 11I1111' 1111 or n1 average gain nearly twentyninepercent. Damp foul I collar*, dirty open drains mid
England, except amongst> the ignorant and (this rate I is maintained In the
of it all and I
be grievously disappointedhould an incoming '. I 1 should he with
\II1oW 1111 ti'I',1 gutter plentifully sprinkled
brutal who kick and down the law away. which
knock of country from returns -
Democratic fail to make going to vole that vote1 forme. Jl of lime
11".ilclt am ll. 111'1 ('hlorlell or dry powdered ( ;
settles all controversies which cannot be settled rceelyelthe full ( 'oppl'rl'
n sweep" of andnegroes I am to .1. can: to hl't hl'1 1'1"11 falter
"d'nl II' going Illhl' giving n more
amicably by the party und their friends; l'II'II't-III! 100,11 show 1' population IIf 51,435,000: ( being permanent lf.'tthll
who for the last! have (Ih\1 has tit( I.t in and wi dissolved in water. If
\ copperas
by much fall sliortofth.it standard tHt 11.11 I of 12s3,15N.hiring! the decade, 111Cf
so as we 111'1'1'1' \
divided among th1 the Federal otllresthroughout my stanashun: und fur ni gnibngc cannot ho removed immediately
we fall short in civilization. The of 1.1'1'1 Wnvntuh .lirre.CENSUS.
courage this !1'clill. l liven Mr. IlayesShi111d me wil land and mule-sand. plowsandprovi ) they should be covered with dry earth ornshes.
the English: people is: never questioned l even
l lm1111' it, and l would perhaps Tharl what 1'1 going to do .
if they do substitute the-, judgment of the have been glad 1.111 it,only, as t these men furnished and I wish and pray every colored man in OF THK SOUTH.Helow It should.\ he remembered that copperas

community the anti-dueling for the society pistol.: in South The formation Carolina of I In is the "1'111." by which the ElectoralCommission : Florida would stop and think like I have i is.given the population of fifty-one disinfc-c-ts only whl'rl It touches, while chlo-

toward the civilization.Once f"lll it possible to declare him 111 tliinkc-n and see if ho can makl'll cities and town by the late (' title of lime act! without the powder coming
step higher elected ]liel could Ilesides I themin his H"lthl'r 1'1111
not. keeping his mind to woik against t In actual contact with the decaying material.
it i is true the duel had its place as a place and the I'oard any moreI -. and also the : b)' the prevluusecn
rewarding Returning IIIIIItill .
step in civilization both in England and in who did the fraudulent work, ho to pro I am not half dune yet but If I keep on !sits In u flw ('IL I'S towns mentioned The of IHlnfl'.tllt. nt the drug
this Because institution i is
wrong country.to-day it will not do an to say it has always vide for most of the "Visiting tatl''II'II"untlr 'II will not print il and that is what I were not r'I"lrh'I111 the conu' of 1870 ; "tore-! prl'I.1( city nrt n* follows : Copperas
whose auspices and with whose as- want. I will not sign mv own name b(- live cents, ten thirty\
per pound i 1. 1111
oeen An evil have W.W. 1370. >
wrong. today may General Oartlold cans I do not want to be bothered I. not he-
SituC'li wl'4llme. \1.1 cents chloride of (limo tound, twelve
hl'inI\Mtl' >out of a worse evil. In examiningthose Alto Tex. 2,000 ; per {
) of the ashamed of what I
social institutions it is hi1sl'lf 011' tlt''lll'II"though cause" I am got tosuy.but Ameriens ... :) !) cents, five pound 119) Bents ; crude carbolic
always necessary not himself thus presumably 1 name in the letter and will Ua. .... ... .01) 3,52'
to look to the causes which produced sympathizes with h'WlIlh'l not ken'II'I.III it and kno you I no Arkl.I'lphll. Ark........... 1,530: Iwlllll'r quart twenty-five l'C'ltl one gal
me see
them well to the When the th'I,1111 wi wh(1 you C ..... 2,310 II'\'I'nt)-tn' cents.i .
as us present. 1.4OO
probably, If President, fool, for kiiou me u lollg timl'. I will .. .
[ duel was, in England and America, as wellas or the others now holding rl'IO\1'and dishonoring th1 the you of good old colored man Atlanta, (ta! .............37,825: 21,78! Copperas amount I! of the work cheain-st being' 11lnfcdnnt. .I
, in other countries, the substitution of tins Federal commission in the South. I venture I-ill I used IUII'to kno I in ftcorgia that i h dead Jrl'lllll, Tex. .,11 2.221 IleOI:
Its h
by use nt less!! than tho uo or
orderly personal combat governed by certain to ask the Iuestol. unit !shall hI glad and i will do him no harm und if you print Churll'tol. 1. C..1,027! 4H.IVWCharlotte other material I !. expense )
laws for the for the conflict .
vendetta, '1,473
to have it : South wrong in this: will whether will let mo (
involving family and friends, for the street desiring, so 1\'wl'ret fil I."I'diol til' is concerned, rite you letter!say other you time. And C'llllhll. H. ............ 9,772 ,288 l .
fight, or the cross-roads )pitched battle, it a "clean sweep?" Let the editor of the Aiitlon with great 'IIlnl'am trulyMALAKI Concord, N. C 1,2112 HMConyer now TO m:
respect WXiU'IIEnWISE
was. an advance towards A higher civilization put himself in the place of a Southernsubscriber ) yours MOM.VALUK *. Ju ............. 1,530 (037Cuthhert { John iI, Tice( the weather of Ht.
-a saving/ of human life, n substitution and however little he may desire! '
of a rude sort of law and order for a mere position! for himself, I fancy he will that Durham: N. ('. 2,005 l.ulll gives he following dlr'tonl lhsewho
to '
savage, lawless settlement of private difficul : the of the present say OF HlVKll COMMFJIVK Elznbl'lh. N. C 2,300: vm aspro) !!
ties: It was a step in the direction of real bents of Federal retaining otllce in the event hl'ul.of the In the commerce and finance ('OIUII of En'ka: H/lrilJ'/ Ark...... 3.0A .... mi.As everybody one should is interested in tho weather her
law and order. With higher civilization of 01'11'11 tJarfield, and of their removal the 1'icayiine, sonic time since \1'1..1.11'.1 I ( {\ 1.7H7 U55Fayettevillo Iael rend the qualify and hlm'cl themeaning
of the community spirit, it IIUI'I (! .. lelf In'ellre
and the growth N.
Hancock 1''I'ull'I'rcilentf comprehensive statement t of I hI'11111' t .... aHO\ 4ri of the wind and .
( sky !
became more apparent that the Public was 4,070 4.0 toud.
i is! of itself enough to justify the water tlllI"lrtlti'l| interests of the United: 'rl..I'llpk.hul JC An blue aid I
the really interested party in all ditlicultics, being for the 1ltfl'r. State compared with its railways. The total (111\'I'.t, ,::.)) 13,818ioldshoro intensely rains and serene Iky
&uth !olil" heavy severe storms in from twelve
all thatwa."I
and the true: arbiter and, as to re* number of freight in the I'nilcd: ( N ( 3,180 1,131
not capable of definite judgment, \ l'rulv.. States i is l'UI u carrying capacityof (Jrecnsboro, N. C. 2,110 1,41)7' to forty-eight hours. A gray, hazy sky in

public opinion the only ,u&ge. This Mnhasee, Judy 10. 1SSO. I. )1.TO I ..'., .1..IJ 1nI' 1lmi.tor.iim. -V. (-!._... .... 1-.,41ft- .LI.-l dll'8h'a continuous dry and generally hot
much the duello grants: and thus leads to The. \'eslcl. on the lakes, Western rh'I'1 Hickory, N. C!.......... 1,111 .... A- .
]lawful settlement and to the deference to SENATOR JOMCM AT THE RVTIFICATIOJT bF-' and canals, and employed in the domestic holly Spring, Ml'*....... 2.370 2.4OO of southeast wind Illcutel the lxtt'lHe
As to questions! of veracity NEW YORK. Senator Charles Tex ... .. ( n low barometer, 10t a 1''ltro
)public opinion. iNn IN coastwise trade, number !! with I deadweight 101'1111. .. .. lO.Wt 0,382 the northwest.
and as to questions! of courage,,for instance, Jones, of Florida, wu'4 next introduced. He capacity : !) ," 1'1111'1111 will whether it mischief
the courts may partly reach the case in libel said : "I feel, Mr. Chairman and 'fellowcitizen The : on the(1'1 riversmeasure Jllk'40I, ........... 5,3111 4,234Jaehsonvllle means
and slander suits and the rest is: ]left, in England !of New York, very sensibly the greatdisaulv'anlagcw 501,808! 111"( { )' Tex........ 3.400 300Klnston or nut An almost Immediate cessation of

to public opinion. The man who under which I labor in undertaking capacity of over 750,000 tOU.IIIt) ton.. This I cxocedsconsiderably N. 0.........,. 1.217 1,10:1Lyuchhnrgl'a : rain may be exiK.H'te tIIL'1 loon as the northwest

lights to prove that he I is not a liar or a coward to address you at so late an hour, l .the capacity of the rolling slock ..........10,300.. 0,825 wind sets Iii. It matters not what the

recognizes this by fighting, not to settle and following'the llitngulhl.el gCltC'I(1 on all the railroads. in New England: the* 1 rIH.hl.h.r. Vu .......... 5(145)(! 2.5l! M.t of the sky are when tho wont wind

the question) but to 111 fueneepublicupiuiun who have '/ you. Nevlrthlll. H.uthl'r State-, and. on the Pacific] coast. rarl.tl. (in ........... 2,22! 1.8HH trout fair w'atllr will ensue it, and continue -

in his favor.' It was really a lawless defer- regard it a: my bOUJIl'1 OCRIi (. The "orler lakes and, Western rl.rilll. Miss......... .,Ouo 2,701)( tlr.o to. four days. The passage south
storm from the and
to a correct principle and a step towards other, to contribute whatever 't (1111'1' gulf
ence 01 as.on every rh'el are wll transpoilatlonfacilities lill. Tl'll ...... ... 1.(10 ...
the right method and from that the benefit of the Democratic N. C. Pf.twRllof our locality U u partial excel
: away I can t great equal to those the railways in Berne, .... .. C 1 I( rt.HI'j
belief that the private quarrel is simply the party, in whose Interest we arc as the West und which own thirty- Newton, N. C...... ..... 2.:1.1: 321 than only HO fur that i ('IIJ off more tar-

concern of the parties' which lay at the root Il'lhlelllre to-night. This is no five per cent Xlrthwl'.tl; Itll in this coun- O'I'lkl.), Ala. ..... ..... : ,: ... 'there
of the vendetta and the street tight.; Thus occasion. It is.one pregnant with ollinarr Ark..,...... 3, 11 2.0SIPulaskl \ are hut two primary kinds of

\ the duel in its day was u step out of gross a.1 for every lover of the free II try.On; the Mississippi and its tributaries. the Tenn .......... 2,1511< 2,070 elondsnuinucly(1)( ) those that float at I great

lawlessness! towards law ami order Uy so of his country. After many year, Il'l- half million tons of vessels.: have neatly Raleigh, N. U I.......... l,27l 7,7!>0Heidsville. heightalslvetheearth's surface, and ((2)) those 1

much as it was orderly and conducted undera ocratic party)014 to the front once mor equal capacity in yearly work. with the rolling N. ('... .... 1,200) AOO( that float low. Those that Moat high, say y

sort of rude enactment and by no much its stronger than ever: it was I In-fore. Some have stock of any)' 01 theniiiin riot r (Husk, Tex .............. 4.0H3 1 545 from six to nine miles, are of a fibrous and 1

it narrowed the numbers involved down to wondered why It is that we have kept so itself the time raiway., the steamboats Is Sulem, (' ....,........... 1,351 l.UJOSeguln gauzy structure;, they are hence called cirrus

the immediate parties, it was progress towards fiilhfutland' I firmly together in the long faster tlal that of the average freight train, ................ IM1/< IWHSt. that i 15, hair or tuft cloud. The cloud

law and civili/ation. Uy so much as 'can of adversity Never, !sinoe the foundation while hlll'inakncquully as good time. t. Augustine, Fla ...... 2.3OO: ( ) that form the luwlr'ttrllta of the atmospheresay
it preserved the idea that in any well conducted of the fo\'crnll\lIt. did any other The great us. commercial Turboro,, N. C. 1(1)3:) : : (rom one to t three mile above the earth
\'nlll Ifhil .trt'lll 1:10
und well organized, society a private party l'II'OUIII'r Iudl "lp..ilillll'4 has met i but hll'erh'l.t. reflected I in 'rNltol, Tenn......... 1,400( ) 1.111) are Irregular In structure, and of a more njt

quarrel is )private property and the life of a us at every joint. 1 some all its present bnslne (ull' ) for the reception Vlcksburg, Miss..........l,7m( ) I2,44.'l: J.nodular form. They are railed the cu-

man the concern of himself and! his antagonist controlling f'IL"OI for this '11'1 front in adverse I of additional tonnage ( scarcely : Waco. Tex.............. 7,7111( ) 3.O that l 15. the heap or pile cloud. j

it retained a flavor of barbarity and, circumstances. What I 1'4 it ? The reason I he calculated. 'UI Wilmington, 1}........ 17.MW 13,440( While the cirrus remains nebular structure

with further progress; in public opinion, became i i'4 that the vital I'rindlll' of the party T1 million tons of would nottrnwd Winston, N. (, ........... 3,800) 443 and indistinctly defined against the sky IT''
itself, an evil as great as:! that which it are so closely the fibre of its: lwa.lln""I. I'arJl" II.ul more no rain need be eIIf.1 Under the ]low

has been the half means of supplanting, the constitution ofoiircountry that one cannot rolling Htock than all I railways of barometer, \. dlVllnl by accretion
These things Ly season seasoned are" The live without the other. [Applause.] country combined. I. which havet tie .AI.AHVM\ EI.WTIO.X: NKWM.-IteH| >rta front become smooth ali In structure V

defect in most comments on the duello iifound The ]Democratic party Is a new wity of the $:>,iimiK', 10,0110. 1"'r Alabama .h..w un immense Democratic vote.11..re I and much enlarged in volume. They

in a wholesale denunciation of that existence of the (country and whether in At New Orleans alone the freight received was no r,5mlarlyorganize+l opposition I now sink lower and become nharply defined

which has been both a step in progress and power or fut of |plover it will live as long at and shipped) by river N 2,500,0110) tons. Estimating : in three-fourths of the counties. and the against the blue sky. Main may now he exected -

in time an evil. A careful examination of tut) ,ularinstitutiunilivenit Ihls( nttinert. Itdid the average tlll'" us 5 II o mile, 1)tIICratll'llh.tillj for the county olllceti | ('| eolally it they unite with the

the subject historically, and with a view to not spring into life by a mushroomgrowth. this is equal to 1.J'IIIIIMI IJ ( ) tons one mile, trllJllt out all the voters.'I cumulus forming the nimbus or rainclond.if .
it supplanted, will show howiMuutifully .It that he Democratic tck.t received the cirrn, Instead of forming the nimbus
the system fl'lf''nt l'rlllII' can which It fully up to business of the Erie: tie ,
it has \led to I better things, a vir- never die-never,a* long al I\rilc-' Kail way. tie 'I ben ell of this great 1111 ItnlK le and \I rea't'I.I., it ci''Iate.and no rain need be

tue when compared to that which preceded are recognized l by Iwn.1'1'[ \al'I.] The Tran i>ortatioii bare majority of o\t sixty thousand. Tie exiMH-ted unt l.nvlJ fII, which generally -
and an evil of the greatest magnitude when i It is i I grievous mUUketolx-Iieve the mouthpieces I Company f.Iilll'alt'y tow boats, Hr'l'uhad'.II.111'nlllt( | party were is in twenty-four .

it considered with reference to that system of the Republican party that tell you brings as much freight there as the movement Ir l one l4rtul of the ._. -
which must supplant the duello in America that the battle that has IJ'I going on for Ilwar.1 and outward over the New State*, and that was In the cm 11111|
in England..linrrlean .- the ing the district now represented by lt(' MB. "RA1 "IW)tlllenUIu this, In ThtChrit .
its it had doue so entirely years south of the 1'\JI/for lOfJtiU' Orleans I,nli and Chicago pre
"wlirille tiunal of the jt. Itirol'1 sc-ntative J owe, a (t'clhu.kpr. inn j.U' a.one tlQ } of
rights |1Ill' t i- Tie mieuJl of the cal sent IUt the ra.I/on. forest I is
I.iineftone a
and Morgan which common
tional affair. It i' not. ]It (is I manful struggle It greater than the gave I
round in the
. TllE PtdTINU 1xeE8L': (Exttair TllIKTVSKVKSTH for the righU of the entire people, North uifKregate of the entire movement on the majority two yearn ago gave a handsome thing to how wo.und it Is
. 5 Ut.I und South Air the liberties of section .' majority)' this year, and I (the astonishing one It'nbl turning to
1)U.-At .>.::111 1'. JILt August one ('aIBI Over I.IU.I.tOI. of coal are "I'rte and the right rather than t If watch
State( tickets you
Tanner had a warm foot lath to relieve: congestion cannot Ix taken away without endangeringthe transported an average IJ"tIIU'l of 1;'""" tir'11llck county will will detect it lef.
of his utomajLh, and! half an hour liberties of every Itiun. The eople mile probably thedefeatsl I in every county oohsIlixtrietr )'oun'lf you traversing anynutul
who fur fifteen (have carried] this The Democrat) will elect all (lie1nd.ts or path.1 .\ friend to take
I he went to sleep. He awoke at o'clock yean on unequal KMlmating the river as
later tonnage carrying and chancellors and me to a M">t ] mile distant, througha
irritable and] vomited water: tinned with gtruggle, are I repeat, fighting your its full capiuity once every live wicks nearly all (lieund 1'\1'8
\( known to him and
not to the
, bile. After this ho took an alcoholic vaporbath battle as well as their own. Never "'a.t'herea throughout the year, the total len.han.liol'rlv. 1,1i.lutIN ('county ull.t'r.. 1".tul out hill rent,
u- on u of his
and vas rubfced dry and! put to >I..OfI.! fairer opportunity for the exhibition ofstatesmanship .. U 7/:11,1.> ) ) tl"t $
He said he felt weaker: and not to will. He than that which existed. at tliii it worth > &').II.III amount espial TIIK ( : c ,. the bouse. Nothing ((ul b Maid wouMl'IU
hlltf1fT !him tu
; change
.lTI"-11 -> I havetraulsd
had auutlu..r'umitillg attack about" 10' the close f.f the war. It wa proclaimed by to one-third the .IUrl: fjreljrn commerce' of j, state l'UI.
H'IU'I'rth C'HuH'lIt"n the better |>art c>f a day In a
oVKx. but at midnight; wan quietly ylett'lug. the ItIuJk'l. that I In-hind the tl\srslf| the country. I'l the tnt hal"t for (lovernorrer of nettles higher lean my head, and tel
the Confederacy were thousands] .\ much: as a* been said In iilttil follows (
> a* 3>M> !
hearts that after the stroke of battle l'IIItJlltlol t .ter. Hot get out till evening al.l the setting sun
of the Lr
railway uul $(
'I > Hardeinan S4.
;; U ( .
'" .UU1i .TU August ".-The President over would hail the flag of the Tnton a* thesytubulof that New York 0"1 tie i. greatness largely to 'trill, 17. Nine f. Wartr.for Governor; and were ar gave break me;'U |p oint to guide by, and thus make

to-day appointed 0-1 Commissioners, from the authority under which their the canals] and that taken. On the last ballot vote a )53ItswUITOGt '

the Mate of. Mississippi; ) to the forthcomingworld's father and'yonr! f.thl'r liv .l, a* the mi- of the interior Chicago. $ t1'..IUt.great and.lt. follow : ( aiJOj' Le tit. W stool A j,
U. Hart and bleat of union, t-ace and and that tinnatti their \Illuit ; ; Jar are aid tu 0 or.djsablud .
lair in New York, \. | lJrY. may ascribe prosperity and man 63 ; 15 : and Warner. t elJt
llarker as al- the Issues of the war would with flrrel. by placing a IW]
E:: UUhanU'ii; with, ( Walter U. lo rapid growth tothecompetitioniHtutrn the rl'lufn' the. nomination, Thaconvention ,bubl
powder on some burning th
ternate. its deal Hut the I'epublican party has been water way and the railroads.-."; ,"' ay"_. a.16unWl until 0 aim Saturday, nx>m. lllf t litrt.-rb, ,.


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DAYBREAK IN THK SOUTH. ana nine in Mississippi[ two In Missouri, Superintendent/ nf Schools-M. F. Geiger, iUNDhNSED; TIME: CARDOF NiW: SCHEDULE f
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"s We clip the following interesting article eight in Tennessee! six In Texas. Texas tlth Il.1mrg. I

; from Bradstreet's! Journal promises to be one of the largest producers COLUMBIV; fOUNTV.Count THE

r' 4 Facts in regard to the increasing prosperity and it is likely that the industry will soon lei Judge/ -W. M. Ive.s, Jr., I Lake City. ATLANTIC, GULP WEST; INDIA THAN- __. ..----1<
extend to the Carolina. The
present consumption -
of the Southern States arc always read } S1ICriff-.J.! W. Perry, Lake City SIT: RAILROAD, FWHtlllA }
rf1 ; of seed is estimated\ by Mr. Ogden { ciKOHCHA; f { j
with interest and pleasure at the North, no at 410,000 tons. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr.) l hike City.Assessor I'I'XIX-t'f.AIt: I :; RAILROAD I L Ji V_
+ .( matter whether they relate to the manufac With these facts before us, may we not of 1.I'C8-1.. \\ Livers: l Lake ( Waldo liranch,) ----- -

turingand agricultural interests of Virginia, anticipate a dawn of better times in thin City.Collector ANDCU1IIga1LAND
+ the undeveloped gold f fields of North Carolina South, a time of prosperity and determination of Tajrcs.-Tlios. W. Gctzen, Uke ( noun: &lr INLANDS "'JIl

I and Georgia, the industrial outlook and to make j for what has been lost City.
up Xit/ierinfeiulrnt;, o/1/ Sr/Iou1-Jttliusputsbuner/ i 1 In Kffcct;/ February ht 1880. ,,
T ( phosphate interests of South Carolina, the period I that will bring under cultivation ( ,
'' $ cotton factories of Georgia: and the tobacco the Lake City 01tP.1\YS OJ 4
l more acres, produce more of great staple TILtMR0.1T:
t, and sheep interests of Tennessee, the orange crops, that will encourage emigration tnt IIn'.nt'STY.. OISU SOUTH. C
r orchards of Florida, the iron and coal into operation more manufactories, built County Jiutije-William A. Mclx-an, Jack- Leave Atlanta, ( 2.15! I'. M. .
fields of Alabama, the oil and cotton products more railroads, and infuse more life and vigor sonviile. !, l.(-avL Macon, (Ga: .._ 7.45' p. M. 11 ,
+ y of Mississippi, the sugar cane Industries into this once opulent section of the Merljf, Uriah iSowden, Jacksonville.! Leave Brunswick, ( ..*.... (Ii.1.) A. M I.
of Louisiana, or the wOI1.lerfnllnrrra1 _________________
in the of TOJTCS Daniel .
4 44 yield cotton and agricultural products of I' :Smith:; Jack- Leave Fernandina' .10.J30, A. M.
of Texas and Arkansas. Any and all UEXEICAI: DIKECTOKY.: on,'iIIl'. Arrive Baldwin, 1.U5 P. M. .
information on these and kindred topics, i iit If Collector of CI'I'llIIc-Hl'lIrv A. L'Engle, Leave\ ..
Baldwin: t tirJr ck8"n.Tf1i4ir: :: : M.Arrive .
Jacksonville.bujMrinteHdent. -
emanates from reliable
attracts .
sources United Slates .
Officer '
the attention Schools/ Jacksonville (Cum. Route: ).. 2.i: ; p. M.
of thoughtful people in the of -Albert J. Russell -
'. North. LAND OFFICE, OA1NESV1LLE.Hcgittrr Jacksonville.: Leave Baldwin. for Cedar Key:.:..:; 1.50 p. M. No SEASICKNESS! No OCEAN DANGERS

i Anticipating want, Bradstreet's has already -li. A Barnes, Gainesville.Jlcfflver \MI1.TON COUNTY.Count Arrive Waldo (Junction 1'. R. It) .. 4.11 p. M. I
t furnished its readers with half a score -John 1''. Rollins, Gainesville Lea\Waldo. .t..'O I'. M. I
tr of letters, written by a careful correspondenl Sunryor-Uenerat. 1) Hall, Tallahassee. .>i "Ilft-H'nry J. Stewart, Jasper Arrive (Gainesville. 5.17 P. M. THE STEAMERS:;
who has recently traveled through the Southern DISTRICT! fOfllT. Mcriff James M.[ Duncan, Jasper Leave Gainesville; 5.29 I'. M.

States with a view of ascertaining the Jitdijc--Thomas Settle Jacksonville.Martml fI''fIohl.rt S. :Stewart; Ja ll'l'l'r.At'.t'or Arrive Cedar Key....................... 9.30 r. M. (,'1'1'010' nIUIa 'I'OX
commercial condition of that !section. In nTuxe.j; T. Cooper, Ancrum Trains to Jacksonville and North of Baldwin -
a -.1. If Durkec) Jacksonville.Clerkl'hilip .
Collector llrr'clI1Ic-.T.
of P. H. GoodhrcudHenton. And DAVID CLARK.:
of the South
speaking as field! for immigration AValter, Jacksonville. Columbi.i daily.
:, 4' it is doubtful if even those who are County: tiOINU; NORTH.
INTERNAL: tfiipcrintcndcnt; // f Schools "'Joshua I r. Roberts -
well informed have idea
any Ancrum Leave Cedar. Key. 4.15 A. M. J
the vast amount of unimproved land in that Collator-Dennis"ICagaii\, Jacksoiuille. : Arrive Gainesville} 8.41 A. M. fi-TIfE FAST

.t k \.j section of the ('f't1I1tfytllli to !such the following COLLECTORS OF CVHTOMS.John .HF.R.VANIKJ COUNTY Leave Gainesville. 8.50 A. M. .- --
table will be read with !surprise' and W. llowell, Fcrnandina.Edward County Judge-W. L. Friersoii, lirooks- Arrive Waldo ((1'. R. R. June.). JUS! A. M. { 1'ASSENGI'.It-: ----. t 3 VEGETABLE; :'I
,\ interest : 1.'aye.aldo.. H.T.,,; <
: Hopkins, Jacksonville.John : \ villc.MaTi1 A. M a- tit r
{ I'ercentnge of, F. House, St. Augustine.J. // J. 11. Mickler, Urooksville.! Arrive Baldwin. 1'. M.
Acres. nninnmntd land. M. Currie Cedar Clerk-J. C. Law Urooksville.AsMssor LINL.--
a Virginia........... 9,080,871 68 Key. of Taxes'\'. M. Garrison, Brooks- Leave JIIl'bonvilleCl( J" Route.lf.lo): A.: M:
) .: West Virginia.. 5H8.140' f W 7-10 ville. Arrive Baldwin. ..P. N.
{ t Tennessee! ........12,737.030N'orth : : 05 1.10 Collector of Ilerenue-V. M. Townsend, Leave Baldwin i ..12.40 p.-M: Steamer ('ity. of Itridgcf, !
', Carolina.l4,570WW( 73 5-10 Slate OfllccrN.EXECUTIVE Arrive Fernandina.... .
Itrouksville.fVuririwr :3 4( p. MIxavc FITZGERALD '
Kentucky ........10,550,250 50 f3-10 DEPARTMENT. -At. A. Aderhold, ]15rooksville. Fcrnandina. :3.45 p. M. CAPT. JOHN 0"1:t

Kansas............ 3,085,870 (05' 2-10 rll.t'or-Ocorge I''. Drew, Tallahassee. Superintendent( of &lwollJ-IJr. 1 S. Stringer, Leave Brunswick........................ 8.00 p. M. Waits at Fcrnandina for the Monday and
Nebraska........ 1.420,750/ C.S 8-10 President, pro (cut. of Senate-W. D. Barnes, Urooksville. Leave Macon: 8.40 A. M. Thursday night: Vegetable Trains of the j
r'' Iowa.............. 0,145,320: : 3!) 5-10 Tallahassee. IItUt\lORoUmr; I 'COUNTY.Countif Arrive Atlanta, Ga. 1.15 p. M.
I The South looks forward to the time when Secretary of Sl 1 i / /1II1(1c-lI.. L. Crane Tampa. ;
v the vast interest of cotton manufacturingwill hassee. Khcrifr I). Isaac Craft, Tampa. daily except Sunday.PENINSULAR AND: vi !
be distributed the belt Comptroller-Columbus Drew Tallahassee
through cotton UICI'k-\'m. C. Brown, Tampa. RAILROAD, PENINSULAR RAILROADS: :
itself. While our Georgia letter showed that Trrn..mrcr'a1t'r Gwynn. Tallaliassee.AttorneyGeneral Assessor. Waldo Branch.
I of t.rr.o-L. (G. Leslie, Tampa. ( )
1 this contingency is in the far future, the fact -George P. Kaney, Talla- C"lh'r/"r'if Keren ur-\V. I'',1'.urns, Tampa.Suprrinhvoleot ,. IOINC1 SOUTH.Leave leaving Centre Street Dock direct for Savannah. s
t that the South is making healthy! progressin hasH-c. ellO"I.-II Passengers!; arc assured! I
this direction was apparent in all our Cum miff;loner of Lands-Hugh A. Corley, of I. Crane,, Waldo Junction................. 0.00 A. M. of connection at Savannah\ with the steamships -
Southern letters which nave touched upon Tallahassee. Tampa. Leave Hawthorne....................... 7.40 A. M. and trains!! for the North. I
f, this interesting topic. The 5,000,000 bales of Superintendent of( lid, ">le! In.lrorl'JII1'; LEVY: COUNTY. Arrive Lochloosa........................ 8.10 A. M.
cotton produced the South last year run Haisley, Tallahassee.AdjutantGeernlJ.. Count/;) Judge-\V. II. Sebring, Bronson; GOING NORTH. Steamer David Clark,

12,500,000 spindles, which require nearly J. Dickison, Talla ..rrriJl'-W., D. Fiulavson, Bronson: Leave Lochloosa.................... ....10.00 A. M.
.J 1.000,000,000 dollars in buildings and ma hassee. L'lrrk-J. M. Barco, JJronson.Assessor Leave Hawthorne.......................10.45 A. M. CAPT. 1'. H. WARD P
Joinery, and working capital, and employnearly Commissioner; of mu oigrutiot-Dr. Setli of Tare -J. M. Willis, Bronson. Arrive Waldo JUllI'tion..12.15 1'. M. Ll'II'sCl'ntretTl'I.t:; Dock Wednesday!
800,000! operatives and employes. Beside French, Jacksonville.! Collector of lC'CIIIIC-J C. McGrew I ( ,, Trains from Waldo to Lochloosa and! return and Saturday for :SAVANNAH; every, touching at I
; this the 700 000 of the Bronson.Superintendent.
f' spindles Southern SUPREME: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
COURT. and
States seem small* ana the prophotion of cotton of Sehoola-Jos. p, Shands,
Chief Jmtlce-E. l[. Randall, Jacksonville,. Bronson. CONNECTIONS.ATLANTA.; DOBOY. GA.; .
ii which is infinitesimal
they annually
[ when compared{ with the aggregate. Associate JII..tCe-J.; 'V UltcOtt, jr.,Tallahas MANATEE COUNTY. Memoranda.

It has been said that, to say nothing see. ; Comfy Judge-K. M.I Graham; Manatee. Close connection is made at Atlanta, Ga..
I of the increased wealth and prosperity, if Jacksonville.: B. Van Valkenburg,, Sheri -Win. C. Hayman, Pine Level. to and from all points North, East: West and: :Steamers; are connected by Through Tarilf
it the cotton raises 1 in the South was manufactured (Jlerk-Robert S. Grillith, Manatee. Northwest with the Atlantic, Gulf & West India Transit -
Clerk-U. ]L Foster Tallahassee. daily.AT
d4 in that region, it would save to the Assessor of Taxes-Win. I"'. Purrish, Par- MACON UA., a\14II'I'niI18uluL.IuilrllluI1': and via Savannah
.I planter nearly 150,000,000 annually in trans- CIRCUIT Jl IKIES.First rish. With Trains for Eufaula; Columbus, Ga., with steamships/ for Baltimore, Phila
V portation. A manufacturer of a- Mississippi I ; Ciicuit-Augustus K. Maxwell, Pen-\ Collector of ]Revenue Marion O. Curlton, Montgomery, Mobile and New Orleans. ) liastui.r'
mill, which Used! 4,000 bales of cotton, 350000 ,- fturola. line Level. 1-o ,
pounds: of wool, and $800,000( capital, Second Circuit( -David Walker, Tallahas Superintendent of I'lwol.I''lix J. Seward, AT FERNANIUNA., particulars, apply to the following Agents
slates that there is difference of 15 to 10 percent Pine U-vel. With New York and Fernandina Steamship and 1 Offices: ,
in favor of manufacturing cotton in see.Third Circuit-K. J. Vunn, Madison. MARION COUNTY. Line from New York Wednesday, at Fernandina, Fla.-dipt. J. L. Roumillat,
'I that State over New England.; l'ollrtCircuitH./ 11. Archibald, Jackson 10.30: u. III., and for New York on Friday at AI'ntl'l.'ntrc! St.; between Second and Third.
There is no reason why iron should not be ville. County' JI/l/Ic-J. Mclnto.sh, OI nllL. 3.40 p. m.; from Nassau, N. P., on Wednesday Savannah, Ga.-Cor. Bull and Bryan Sts., ,
produced cheaper in the !Southern States Fifth CirCltit-Jallll'lI, Dawklns) Gaines Sheriff, -F. 1). Pooser, Ocala.CkTk1.1V. ; for Nassau, N. P., on ,reI nl.'sllay. and Sereven louse' i
than in the North. The West! is now a large ville. / Long. Ocala With Georgia! and, Florida, Inland Steamboat Jacksonville, Fla.-Corner Bay and Pine
\ manufacturer of iron and steel, cotton and Sixth Circuit-II. Mitchell, Tampa. Assessor of Tiues-Thomas Barco, Cotton' Co. frt mi Savannah on Tuesday,Wednesday Sts., Dr. L'Engle's Drug Store; A. C, Lan- ,

I j woolen goods, machinery, agricultural implements 8t't''IItjrcrl/ t-\\rw. Archer Cocke, San- Plant. Friday and Sunday; for Savannah on phere, Ticket Agent ; A. L. Hungerford,
hardware boots and shoes, watches ford. Collector of llevenite-Frederick N., Foy, Tuesday, Friday and Sunday. Agent
and a thousand other articles which the Ocala.SuveriiUeiulent. With Charleston Steamers! (St. John's and] St. Augustine, Fla.-.0n the Bay, 11. F. /
) of Schools-II. C. Martin, I'olnt from Savannah and Charleston
East manufactured for it, and as our letters City ) Armstrong, Agent. +
indicate, the South has recently manifesteda Court, Calendar.FIFTH Fort McCoy. W dncl'lnyancl, Sunday; for Savannah and I'alatka, Fla.-Lilienthal Brothers & Co.,
t a disposition to follow the example of the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. MONROE COUNTY. Charleston: Monday\ and\ Friday. Agents '
\ West. It has been shown by'Mr. James M I.I James B. Duwkins, Judge ; W. A. Hooker, ('mud/ '/ .T'/llye-t'lm.1. J. Baron, Key West. With Steamer and from St.Mary's t. GUSTAVE LEV}<;. .
j I Swank, the secretary of the American Iron Solicitor. Sheriff=Richard Curry Key West: Ga., and semi-weedy to and from General Passenger Agent: (;u
and Steel Association, that at Louisville, Siring/ Tfrtll- Clerk-John Siteher. Key West. St. Mary's( River! Landings.AT W. F. BARRY,

II C-ovington, Newport] _Ashland (Cln l1IIhul'lC. Sumter, 2d! Monday in March.Marion Assessor of Taxes-Water C. Maloney, Jr., 1I\1. WIN. .'L.\., General Agent, Savannah
Knoxville Chattanooga, Atlanta )Rome and 3d Monday in March. Key West. With Trains for Live Oak Tallahassee J. N. HARRIMAN,
a f. ) many other places in Kentucky, Tenucnneee", Alaehua,1st :Monday after 4th Monday in Collector of llcl''I'uc'ultcr' C. Maloney, : all points in Middle and West Florida 11 Manager.SCHEDULE eSL11.MER
Georgia and Alabama, enterprising capitalists March. Jr., Key 'Vtst.Superiitcadud.
1, have engaged successfully in the manufacture Levy, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in of Schools-J, V. Harris, Key AT LOCIILOO84, FLA., : !
t; of iron in all its forms! drawing' their March. i Wet With Steamer Alpha for all points and
I' raw materials from Southern mint of ore Putnam, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in NASSAU COUNTY.CountyJtulgcIlinton landings/ on Orange Lake, on arrival of Peninsular THE STEAMERS i
and coal, and limestone, deposits of which March. J. Baker Fernan- Railroad Train.AT .
are abundant and of the best quality.Not Fall TermSuniter- dina.\ GAINESVILLE, FLA., .. .' ,.

I long since Judge Watts gave it alI 4th Monday in October. S'lcriJT-I'cter Cone Fernandina. With Stage Line for Ocala and Tampa on { ST. JOIIXS | g | ('ITYOI T }
I ( j his opinion thafr Tennessee: may become another Murion, 1st Monday after 4th Monday in Clak-C. W. Maxwell, Fernandina. Monday, Wednesday and Saturday ; from .
Pennsylvania if it will. By employ (3ctobcr.Alacliua. Assessor of Tajret-Win. H. Garland, Fer- Ocala and Tampa Tuesday, Friday and Sun
ing its laboring imputation in manufacturing 3d Monday after 4th Monday in nandina. day.

enterprises, the South will not only retain October.Iyy. Collector of Revenue-Warren Ii'. Scott, Fer AT CEDAR KEY, FLA.,
I within its own borders the money of 1st Monday after 4th Monday in nandina. t tip
which it is depleted but it will have With Steamship[[ Co.'s Line for
\ 1 now :November. Superintendent of Schools Leonard Dozier, Tuml'n
I more to sell to other countries. And the Putnam Tumpa Monday anti Thlll'Htlay.at ,
2Ir'fUl'Sc1I. after 1st' Monday Fernandina.
) tf
'I 1i more it has to sell' the more miles of railroads December. ORVXOKIVUNTY.: : 4 p. in., and for Key West Sunday and IE1
will be built, and the more certain and Thursday, at On. III.
I remunerative will be the homo markets of County Jiulye-William Mills, Orlando. With the United States and Havana Fast
Y 1 a its farmers, and thegreaterwill be theabilityof County Otllccr, ..../trriLr-Tlwllllll( W. Shine Fort Reid.ClerL Mail Steamer Admiral for Key West: Havana, WILL leave Fernandina Jacksonville
all its people to themselves of ;-J. V. Hughey[ Orlando. Cuba, on'arrival of Special Train, every Tuesday ( 1'alatkaand 1ltl'rll1cIUfttellnll-
.t, .' .\ comforts and luxuries drawn from every corner ALACI1UA COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-John C. Bryson, Haw- afternoon at 4.30: p. m. From" Havana, Lugs on the St. John's River, and Savannah

,' of the globe. County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- kinsville. Cuba, and Key West every Saturday. Special and Charleston, as tblows : l.
Before the war the product of the then ville. Collector of Rt''IIIIe-Xat. Poyntz, Orlando. train to connect. :
Superintendent of Sthu/lllI-Jt11IJ; T. Reeks 'Vith Steamer Enterprise, for points on the From Fernandina
,, three sugar producing States, Louisiana' Sheriff John '\ Turner Gainesville. sbr
I + Texas and Florida, was estimated at upwards Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville.Assessor \ Fort Reid. Suwannee River, on Thursdays<< at 4 g of IDO.OOO tons ; in 18U5 it had decreased to of Tajret-3. :M. Dell, Gainesville.\ ST. JOUN'rt COUNTY, For information respecting: routes, rates,
5000 tons. During the last decade, however, Collector of! RI'I'r'IIIt'-O.I'. Gaines ."'entfnr-Frank B. (Jenovar, St. Augus- etc., apply, to piJ-IWJ-U.Y: WEDNESDAY t
1 f ;.J u change seems to have taken place in this ville.Superintendent. tine. _1. 0. MAcDONELL) s
industry, and it is now rapidly Increasing of ."rhuollO.f'I':4, Member of ...h..emblyI'uulrnau, John (;t'n'l Ticket and Pass.; Agent.I From Fernaudina ,-
r ; \ The letters from our New( Orleans correspondent Uaillt' vill{'. Westoott, Tocoi. E. MAXWELL Gen'; ) Supt. 21 FOR SAVANNAH: AND CHARLESTON
lei show that no yields the farmer inmoney 11.\UR COUNTY. County Jud'je-:M. R. Cooper{ St. Augus -'-- ,
j: value so much to the acre as the tine. THE FLORIDA ;tlJ-: EVERY FRIDAY;
$ 1 crops in the sugar districts[ of Louisiana. County! Jutlje-Jolm 11. Herndon, Sander S/It'Tiff-A. N. Pacetti St. Augustine

The 172,421: hogsheads of sugar, 274.410 barrels 'son.Sheriff Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, :St. Augustine; : Close connection made with "steamers, for
I of molasses, marketed this year, realized C Williams, Sanderson.ClefK Assessor of TUt'-Da\'ill L. Dunham, St. TOWN IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.Feritnmlliuii .Mellon ville and Enterprise: also with steamers -
I nearly 19000000. In this connection! it :-V. J. funs, Sanderson. Augustine./ : i fur Ocklawaha River; also at Savannah +
should be remembered that each year has Assessor of Taxes-E. O. Uogerson, Sanlerson. Collector of It'/'clwt'-JO.'lh F. Llambias, with steamers for New York Philadelphia,
t ..1 witnessed a steady improvement in the process St. Augustine. Boston and Baltimore.and at Charleston with '
4' of manufacture. Millions of dollars Collector of Revenue-Richard Kennedy, Superintendent of Schools-Thomas A. Pa- steamers for New York, Philadelphia, Balti-!
''f have been expended( in new machinery })arbyville.Superintendent. cetti, St. Augustine! Inure, and with Northeastern & South CurIo-
the most improved, patents. No less than Olustee. of Si-hottln-W. O. Hampton, SUMTER COUNTY. Towns oil 1C. II. Line, tina West.Railroads for routes North. East: and

00,000,000 pounds of chiritied sugars!, or
BRIDFOKU COUNTY. County Judye-Henry S.Cassidy! Lee&burg. And Cedur
nearly one-third of the total was Key. FIRST-CLASS
S. u't'l
Sheriff Dyches, >Lurg.
ped from the plantations this year. The success County/ Jmlye-J. R. Richard, Providence. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.Auetsor DATIONS.t e
which those engaged in these industries Sheri/\V. W. Tuinblin Starke.
have met with has stimulated others! to .follow Ckrf-llellr)' F. York, Lake Butler. of Tur-Jll:04t'ph Hutchinson, .. Through Tickets and Staterooms secured:

in their footsteps. It is: interesting to .tlllt'lIIIur of Taxes-\. J. McKinney, Lake Lce Collector burg. of R(ii'emie-Johu. Dyches, Offers! to Lessees and Purchasers a large ner and Centre all information and Second furnished streets. at office, cor-
note that the largest sugar producer of Louisiana mtler.tUlectvr.
i 3'S7 Lec.burl;. number of the most eligible and desirable :.!)-1y c. A. NOYES. '
a produced on acres of cane groun.1upwlU'lls / of Revenue-Alfred I). COliC, lake 11. !
SuiiernUendent ofwultU. Duncan
of 6 j IHOOOO of
pounds and Sutler.Superiitteiulent.
of sugar Lake Griffin Lots L suitable for Business! Purposes' or for A. B. XOYES, '
72U barrels molasses for which he ,
crop of {thoula-C. .;. Harrison,
realized the enormous sum of f5( 5.000( The 'Starke. PUWANNEE COUNTY. City or Suburban Residences,
L gigantic wheat farm owned by Dalrymple in BKEVARU l"Ol'\TT, County Judge-Michael A. Clouts: Live GROCER CHANDLER, .
the valley of the Red River of the north Oak. UPON EASY TERMS .'
covers 23,000 acres or thirty-six square miles Cvunty Judge-A. J. Whitlock, City Point. Sheriff John R. &'S!>innU'e Oak. DEALER IXrodHlo.
and the owner realized fast year $450,000\ t'nkA.. Stewart, Titusville. Clerk-Robert A. Reid l. Live Oak. .-
.hesaorof TiLtfn' John Stewart Titus- Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to ...., Liquors Ett""E.'IIT .
his much less than
from crop, the Louisiana Ase*or of Taxet-\\ 11. Sessions, Wei-
sugar planter did on one-eighth of the area ille. born. parties engaged in manufacturing or industrial :". .,
of land. Collector of Kevtune-r-Y. M.Platt, Lake Jesup. Collector vf Retenut--Robert F. Allison, .:\ FOR B. F. VERY &; CO.'S PLOW .
With these accounts of the daybreak in I Orange County.Superintendent Live Oak enterprises, who will erect on the property

the agricultural and industrial horizon of of School*-Alexander Tin- Superintendent{ of Sf'hooll-J. O. C. Jones 4 purchased substantial improvements .
the South, come to hand numerous reportsof I Ilall, Lake View. LiveOaK. CENTBE STREET, ,
the starting of new and the increase in CLAY COUSTY.County voirsu rwXTY.County for residence, or in which to conduct their

the minor industries. Among this class, Judge- -Win. Peeler! Green CoveSprings. ./ I
may be mentioned the cotton seed oil industry : .. terprise. 1'I. .
which is now assuming such large Shirr -James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Sheriff" A. Cone Enterprise.. TO MANUFACTURERS WM. C. DrilYEE, .. .

proportions and tome interesting facts in :prints ( ltv..John W. Dickins, I'.nt<'f'ri.e.( : by exemption fur a term of years from COMMISSION: ;; r I
relation to which have recently been given t'krk-O. A. Biuldington, Given Cove Aefoc of Tuxet-Benjamin Richard., MERCHANT
by Mr. Henry V. Ogden, of Atlanta, Ga. Springs.Attfitur: I. Enterprise. taxation, offered by the several l cities and CENTRE
His little pamphlet s hows that there arenow of TIlJrl-William Con way, Kingsoy. Collector vf 1erelllJolm B. Jordan I>t- towns. Apply toTerOrttie ,
forty-one of these oil mills in the Southern [ Land.Supeiinteiulent. FERNANDINA .
States, two of which are in .Alabama four Collector of Rerenue'm. Plunuuer, : of School*-Jameti JJ J. Chandler : cor. Beach & 7th sts., Fernandina. FLA ...

in Arkansas, one in Georgia nine in Louisi- > lasville.. Enterprise.; 16-tf lay, Corn, Oats.


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AGlllUULTVUAL. this San ford
THE BEST REMEDY I Ion \yYLI.Y A: C''I.\nIU' LcConte orchard at Tuskawill.i on the head the liquid manure, which I is hauled

(Successors to ,1. M. Cooper & ('0..) .1t1..tuVT'1'iiu LK COXTK: PKUI.: -Adrian of Lake Jessup, and his experiment thus far away in immense "barrel carts,distributed" and by

I'F.UU'I: IX Pettus .'Jordan of Sumtcr County, )paid n is 1 eminently of satisfactory.If Haunter friends. wish to know upon moans the of"tIIprinkll'r land where desired.! evenly Comparatively .

visit to Tlioinasvillc! lIa"( for the purpose any my recommend them to little lime I is Used, or comlll'rclalfertil.
Diseases of the Throat and Lungs _/ !School and II'II'lIun'on! more on this subject, 1
of investigating the history, a method of write to Mr. II. II. Snnford:: Thomasville, izers of tiny kind, barnyard manure being
to meet the demands
.----* and flipping the famous Thomas!' county (Ga. He I is n '' reliahleand made in snlHcicnt quantity -
i\.YER\ Indiseasesottherul! I growing, gathering honorable and through dealingin of the place. Much of this land now ,,
s -----I--I [ Inn, letter to the .-I.lw ) man ; beauty ,
monary organs a safe *- -----5" Le Tonte 1 pear i
and invaluable.reliable remedy A YEn'SCIiEnni' is 1 HOOKS =5 HOOKS \: under date\ of July' Uth he gives the resultof lie i is the .principal grower in\ this has!'! and been unin'itl1thllt reclaimed from Mr.: a Young condition, when so

(V his investigation, as follows : county has 1 ;,(ooll beautiful: i young trees rough
PECTORAL; is e *" work he has accomplished
the ) ,
r i attempting/
and in
such and --l I I have myself to some ('Xpl'n'eII,1, which have :seen and (coveted ,
a remedy, noothersoemiuentlymer )put was laughed nt by some, and by some
he has surrounded himself with paradise
,down here and, ,
# trouble to run ( investigatethe he farmer undertaking -
-- thought to a visionary
i its the confidence of OldALL famous Le Conte pear far the benefit of of fruit trees and rare plants and flowers. Impossibilities:' lint I enthusiasm!' and
t the public. It is a scientific :STATIONERY; ): AND) FANCY GOODS my :Sumtcr CtUlfril'IIII: Us! headquarters foxn-Mfn.-There are certain stereotypedtheories plenty! of money, supported! by well-directed
combination of KINDS) so to speak, are here in Thomas (county among agricultural writers that are clTorts, have rewarded that gentleman with
CHERRY the medicinal principles and it I is attracting as much attention in this thrown in at intervals to (ill I up the piece. his own monument while he lives. The
and curative finest virtues I Cor. Congress and St. Julian :Sts.: vicinity a* the orange docs in Florida. Indeed ) Nobody i is expected{ to put them in )practice, work done in the way ditching, draining,
of the
drugs, there is considerable excitement about because they \nave I been exploded: long ago. wailing streuntst clearing rough land, building
1 chemically united, of Satannali, (Georgia.riM'ox the Le Unite and to discover whetherit
1 such to insure I _. pear ; The writers themselves! if intelligent\ men, stonewall with the removed :stones, and
power as ---------- ----- -- -- of t'lIIul'hIIli/ irc and also to
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the worthy do not believe themand only put them in- other like work self-evident. It is easy to
''i!,'Vl'? efficiency greatest and uniform.PECTOR possible. caniis *v: (o., inquire into its adaptability the soil and well, for lack of !'!ollll'tlllnwltl'r\ One of di1'IWN'tr.: Young's boundaries without
ity results. strikes V )Importers and )Dealers inGIIAIIS climate of Southern Florida, are the objectsof these I theories is I the usenf Pond 1-l1Ilul-nmck having them pointed out. Adjoining lands
L, at the foundation of all my present visit. they usually call it-for fertilizer.. Very though receiving the ordinary: farm tillage,
pulmonary diseases, affording prompt relief First, then, a brief resume of its history few: farmers ever use it the second t time n.s n show marked distinction and by contrast
and rapid cures, and is adapted to patients of ; may be appropriate.l Major John' Le Conte, direct application to the laud, except: ( to find l are illustrative t of how the prince of; farmersfarms. !
any age or either sex. Being very palatable, (Cw.t(1)} ( } from whom it takes its name, introduced l it n ;iilace: of t (h'\.n. it for material that will accumulate .
the youngest children take it readily. In into Liberty county, Ga., in KV: He found \ \l f 1 be got rid of. Hut 1lit'\\'
ordinary Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, it ill a Northern nursery, where it was beginner i is liable to \vat valuable time and OKANOE: ::\1.,11 1 Al.A .-The Pacific llinral
Bronchitis, Influenza Clergyman'sSore labeled Chinese Sand-pear, and, he sent it to I.uborafter those theories Science from timeto I /'''I'.,. :saysVe tutu in an English! exchange
Throat, Asthma, group, and Ca. No. 143 15) iv SWEET his niece, Mrs.I Harden, who \lived in Liberty time comes III with test to 'proM* their nn outline of the way in which orange marmalade
tarrh, the effects of ATER'S: CHERRY PECTORAL county in this tah't the same time he fallacy, but still they are kneaded" over !andover I is made in large quantifies! by well
are magical, and multitudes are annually Savannah, (.corgiu, told her that it would grow from a cuttingand u ain. The writer has' tried tho theory known house of preserve makers for ship
preserved! from serious illness by its ripen late in the fall. 'l'heresult proved in gone by with about the visual ment to all the markets of the world. MurmnllIll'l -
timely and faithful use. It should be keptat Keep constantly on hand u good.I supply of that it was not the sand-pear; I for while it IIIt-mlidl years labor: with no P'ft''plihh'l is manufactured during the months
hand in every household for the protection their celebrated would grow from a cutting! the fruit ripened g no.l. Composted with lime for a year uno of January' and February when the !Seville
it affords in sudden attacks. In in July ami both treeand fruit proved tutally worked till it was thoroughly pulverized', oranges arc in season. I n't the course of these
'Vhooplng. cough and Consumption ;MANIPULATED) nt\Xo..tj. distinct, The Le ('ante grows somewhat in and then applied with yard manure tor months! the cutting and pressing of the oranges
"' there is no other remedy so efficacious, thc hal''ofa Lombardy poldartliebrnnches'' wheat, no In'nelit'ever' adjoining takes place, and we hail the good fortune -
IT, soothing, and helpful. Nothing better can be had forl'allanti win shooting straight up ; and the fruit i is glossy, laud where the eomjiost\ was not U ('tl. to be just in time to witness the marmalade
IE Low prices are inducements to try some of ter crops.) Price FIVE DOLLARS PEP largo, rO-l'-t III and delicious.\ The Chinese i without manure, showed no ellectwhatever. industry in full operation. In 1\ )arge
; the many mixtures, or syrups,made of offered cbeapanll HAG; or FIFTY )DOLLARS PER TON, :sand-pear' however, grows more in the slum '.emil'thcurangeienchmordinuryapple Applied Abovit the only good to be got building, erected especially' for the purpose) ,
ineffective ingredienti, now F.O.ll. railroad, or steamer at Savannah. the the marmalade is made. There is a fragrant
; from muck\:, a* we call it, is aol! an absorbent
contain curative
which they no
? can afford as only temporary relief, and are Send for circulars giving certificates, etc. fruit i is a rust-coat," small t tough, and good\ for I liquid manure, or as a top-dressing! fur perfume of oranges on entering the large

sure to deceive and disappoint the patient. ------- chiefly for cooking purpo-vs.: (Hut I the I Le grass-lands\ where it nets as a mulch ; but apartment on the ground floor, which per
Diseases of the throat and lungs demand FOR SAM': : Conte is of the same family, as both grow any kind lol' ('lIrlhl'n'n the purest! clay, will IIlt'lIh'oIlhe! place, and savours distinctly of
4 I active and effective treatment; and it is dangerous from it cutting, )lint this i I'* a digression indulged answer just as good a purpose in t'itllCr'u e. marmalade. Seville "sours" are imported
p r experimenting with unknown and in to prevent the confounding the It. bus IK-CM shown that water from a reservoir In :shipload) :* for this business the orange!

cheap medicines, from the great liability that ++... ......................................... ......... + two. pears. when completely' saturated with the being ('nrl'flltlyol'1tl'I: eneli one being
these diseases may, while so trifled with, +.+ ++. The parent tree, owned ny .Mrs. I Harden, clayey earth!I. and then"turned t over the nil- wrapped in paper; ) when deposited! in the
become deeply seated or incurable. Use attracted very little attention[ ; and about joining land, produced marvelous! growth chests in which they axe packed. Hundred*
n AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, and you may i. A KNIItAllIi: 111111:1, the time it began to bear, the wnr broke out, of gm"J' all have :seen how road-wash of women are engaged throughout this busy
confidently expect the best results. It is a : and the tree remained unnoticed 1r a number ,l'lIto enrich the land: over which season cutting the oranges!' into quarters ami
ergs ;
standard medical preparation, of known and ++++.............................................................++ of years. Then in 1WS 1 !', I'apt. L. I.. Varnedoe they flow! ( even from road: over which thereis stripping) the peel, this work being done
acknowledged curative power, and is as who had managed, for Mrs. Harden little travel. Probably the action i.s mechanical wit n :surprising celerity. The )peel 1, which is:
cheap as its ,careful preparation and fineingredients Situated directly on the Railroad, )previous. to the war, rcniou'd from Liberty rather than from any inherent value cut into thin shreds: by steam machinery) ,
S. t will allow. Eminent physicians, county to this: nnd brought with him u number there I I is in the material. 1 issues from the cutter in myriad: of slices, "
knowing: its composition, prescribe it in their ++ +* o'f cutting from the tree. Of) these and
having refreshingbouquet.
++ Just! here I picked up a bulletin of the marvelou-ly fine a
practice. The test of half a century hasproven 1: IN ONE OF THE : about half a do/en lived and flourished ; and ; which The pulp or interior portion, of
its absolute to all pulmonary .. : .......... Connecticut Experiment: :- contains
certainty cure
the 'I .j. from these original trees many others have report ol the analyse* of mud from the orange, i is !;('IIIh'tlllntIIJIIS.1, through n
complaint not already beyond HEALTHIEST PARTS: OF FLORIDA : been 'I Ir. II. II. Sanl'onl procured worked M the
: grown. of both fresh I\n.t'l salt water. These sieve, also by cam-power, pip
reach of human aid. +9++...................................... .....................i+ cuttings from Captaill'urlll'.I,,(', and now ponds reports agree with the views 1 have held and particle of skin alone lieing rejected

Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. )he, a'4 well nil Captain'nrued'ee, has extensive : about the value of muck or as it more frequently This machinery i Ii admirable, and the modein
For particulars address orchards and nurseries, which are paying i is, silt One specimen analyzed appeared which the useless! portions-tineandsmalla
Practical suit Analytical Chemists, FLORIDA MIRROR, a line income. Many hundreds of young I to bo no better than good, soil, and) are "pips and skin-are separated from the
Lowell, Mass. 53-tf Fernandina, Fla. trees! are :sold every year and I numbers of the best of the others not much better. The pulp testifies to the )perfection to which modern .
people are embarking in pear raising as a nitrogen ranged: from 0.14 to O.'Jll:!! per cent. ; appliance have been brought by inventive
a BOLD BY ALL DBV8OIST8 EVKHTWQIRB. 1lI.IIII'-O04.: the! phosphoric acid from a mere trace to 0.111 genius. The peel nml pulp are then
---- ---- II. J. BAKER A IIKO., As remarked the Le font I is grown from per cent., and the potash from nothing to mixed and removed to the boiliug: -roont.
Till] FLOIUDA a cutting twelve and fifteen inchc long 0.18 per cent In stable manurethe report From the ground floor we ascend! to the
which i is set deep in the ground so as to give nitrogen O.-l.j, phosphoric acid 0.2.:',and boiling-rnun,, which is situated on the top
leave only about two eyes or hud out. (stash 0.0 per cent. These proportion. are story. This spacious, light and convenient
LAX) AND) IMMIGRATION COMPA'YOFFERS :'!Ii'aarl St., New YorkMASrFACTt'UEKH !, These cuttings" are placed: in drills as close for: wet manure with 75 per cent, of water. apartment contains forty copper pans, shining
, I together a.s orange; tree lUll nurscry-twuor One of the sample of mud contained nearly like burnished gold, and each capable of
+ three inches apart.. .\ good many of them this proportion of water, but the others were boiling Ii} a vt. of either marmalade or jam.
.i, die but sometimes: nearly all of them live.It almost! dry. The report says, '. If (the composition The stirring! is done by machinery, a complete .
[ has not been determined what proportionof of stable-manure be calculated to mechanical arrangement for this operation
. { 800,000're... : OFFORitl'STIR'S them will live-Hometiniesit! i li: one in live the same proportion of water as the dry being driven by n small and handsome

and sometime! nine in ten. mud-5 )per Cl'lIt-WI' should have the following new engine On the floor beneath, the marmalade .
Of the most They grow with wonderful rapidity-as percentage : Nitrogen phosphoric) i Ii filled into pots by females, who
{ fast! a* the eucalyptus. They often attaina acid 0.8, and )potash 2 per cent. The pro- (fill the vessel! quickly 11-4 thc\'arc brought
ACCESSIBLE: AND DESIRABLE height of twelve\ feet in u single summer.At portion organic or humus-forming sub to them, from a trough or receiver containing
one year of age they may/ be transplanted stance in all the samples was low, being/ only the preserve. The pots and tars are then
into oreiiards a/lliat live year old they will about 3 per (cent with 75 percent, of water; stacked: away on trays! until (cold, when they
LAMM IS TUB begin to .pay. They bear before they reach while in stable-manure, with the same pro. are covered, tied over, labeled and packed.

live years of age. portion water, we have about 21)!I per cent
STATE OF FLORIDA, OU\XGI TREE I.UIU,, SS'hentrunspdantedtheyoungtre-ssliould of organic substance" A statement accompanying
be set out in twenty feet squares! if put on this FOREST Mr.nouoLOuy.-The investigation!
!: rcjMjrt, say pond-mud produced .
of the connection! between forest and rainfall
common land ; but if tile land is: of good effect top-dressing) for
At only $1.25 per acre to new settlers, with quality, they should be .placed twenty-live lawns and a frl'J.t"r -Ianll as. Professor! John. conducted) by M. Fautrat, of France, OH

'" the privilege of selection iir parcels:: of 40 (Undyr Formula of Ceo. ]B. Forrester.) by twenty-live feet apart.\, They must be son suggests that tins! result may be accounted : given in Comptcs' Hcndus, appears to yield
the conclusive and valuable results
topped. and afterwards: .pruned carefully a* of of most!
acre or more. These land: are located on fur by large proportion sulphate
ever reached in thin! important research. M.
they grow, the pruning being done with a lime that the
and to the line of the by percentage Fautrat after four observation find
adjacent ,
view to make the branches: grow outwardly.In ((0.46) of apl''t1N acid.! These reports are ,
pruning the fruit-spurs should not betaken "that it rain more abundantly over forests
made scientific but have since
Pronounced Growers the by men, long
by Orange very than ground, especially when
olf.11 of the be stuckin over
clippings open
may been shown to be
GULF AND WEST: INDIA by practical experiment)'
ATLANTIC, the trees are in leaf that the air above the
the ground and they will make new trees.! the in actual results. ;
substantially! same
rev TRANSIT) CO.'S It. R., The fruit ripens. a* stated, in July Hut Why substantial old farmers whose head: forest in: more sat united with moisture than
' Vextending fur shipping. purges! it should. ) be gatheredten to bo level should start these the air over the open ground ; that the
are supposed
; Best Manure for llio Orange Tro! ; leaves of tree one-third and in
or iiftecn days before it ripens. :Stepladder old theories i is beyond! ,
explosive ,
from FERNANDINA on the Atlantic !* ami other convenient contrl val\'Ci: ) We have intelligent comprehension. wide. some trees, one-half of the rainfall, and
KEY the Gulf coast are used in gathering. The fruit is packed many that the leave and brunches of the tree retain "
1 ) to CEDAR on :: awake farmer around us-men who don'twork
' soon as gathered. It is: first wrapped in ordinary the evaporation of the water that
the cheap constant by but know just what they are
ra thus affording to producer guess
reaches the the earth
white paper (newspaper) and thenpackel ground: moistening
Tliesc) make all the manure
doing. INssible
and transportation! to the best four times much it i li moistened the
.c rapid I in crates twentv-two inches long, with u large !stock! and apply sometime us 11-'t by
unurketM.t FOKKKSTKU'S CO.MI'I.KTK M AMJKIS -, twelyc and a half inches! (ll'JlIUItI! eight!I wide. as much as one t thousand]ouiid: of groun d. ruin which falls: on open' ground." Although
These crates contain about of some of these results arc not new they great
seven-eighths a
The belt of country; traversed by the Transit : bone or of super-phosphate to tho acre,
bushel, or an average of ninety pears ; they where the home-umntlu manure is not rich. ly enlarge our present knowledge of forest
, R. R. embraces: are made of bass-wood! shipped hero from muck be it meteorology. The last statement as to the
They never use ever so plenty,
llangor, Maine which is: used: |because: of its: indicated llO\Vt'r- of tree to check: the evaporation from
in the I have )
save manner name
the' ; soil "1ftO';; make the rainfall
. light weight; and uniformity. The cost of underlying
EVERY VARIETY: OF SOIL ly, a.s an absorbent! or a* u -drcrtsing.
' FOR EVERY: : FARM CROP, each crate la down here ill ten cents. The available for soil irrigation i is peculiarly;;
rate of freight by express! from hero to any AN AGRICULTURAL OIUHT: J.F..IIIIOS.-Mld- gestive of the necessity, in our dry climate,
'c to be found in the State, a large proportion of the Northern market' i is one cent a dlt-town, a place of alnmt 4,000)( inhabitants'' ,, of preserving large tracts of woodland. The
r l eiiig peculiarly) adapted to the culture oftmTROI'ICL pound.! situated on the Susouchanna' River, ten proportion of rainfall that i b immediately

FRUIT* and Early Vegetable, arcd scientific principle to product! The shipping'. ; qualities of the I e 'onto miles south of Harrl'" JI1r i Is the residence ultimately abstracted from the earth by tlit-
t Prej> on hear are UN!>urI' )'''''''l''l. The skin is very and farming estate of Mr. James Young, the joint action! of the sun's'rays and the drying!
and The Large, C'umjHict Dodiet of Timltr a large 'iCltll'l'r acre. tough and will nut easily break or rut ; ft prince of farmer. This gentleman' pride) winds varies very much, but on treeless
make these lauds) worthy of /:.V.1JA11770JV will hold the inside of this j>ear after it has is in his farms! and his! farm: are the gem tract it i it! not very fur from fifty per cent., 1
x by manufacturers LVMIIEB become a* soft as 1IIII:>h, of agriculture in Pennsylvania. They con-: and the amount lost to vegetation or absorbed
STORES.NEW. Captain Yarned. showed me U bill of Mist of 1,240 acres, I./MII< 0 of which are in one by pcrcolutioili twenty per cent more j
AND NAVAL crate of Le. ('onto |>cars, which he sold) in tram-t, divided! into ,field: ranging from 10 to lu )limestone countries, such as the vast: belt
ay New York a week or so ago. Uy this bill it KM( acres ami upward, with nine complete) stretching: from the Genewe Valley in Sew
SETTLERS ALSO DKU.KK ix wa shown that be realized a net profit of set of farm Iml .lIlIh-all frame, and kept York through Central Pennsylvania, the
$a.)5! per crate, which i i" more than four by paint and care in the bent of order. They Valley (Virginia, the garden spot of that
front this fur. l'UDmnHiCmnm.I.. CHEMICALS: ; cents a piece for the jK-ars. Year In-fore last are all painted white, with green and red State, and the rich lilu !-gra" ** country of
Purchasing land) : company are his!: net profits! on twelve trees were $-11U.f.' trilUlllitl !oI. Twenty-live mile of whitewashed Kentucky to the Muscle Shoals of the Tennessee l
niMiedwith entire free jxutnije on the Transit SULPHATE AMMONIA. Ills crop this year will average ten bushels fences! inclose! and divide the field River, the los.s of rainfall from the
Railroad for family and jiersonal effect to the tree, and he say'd it i iJf not half a crop.. I. of thin charming estate. The fences are all surface soil by )percolation i Is twjiecially large, ,
the station. nearest the land pun uauerh NITRATE: SODA, Nevertheless, at ten bushels to the tree, it made of Hawed pine and hemlock rails andlocust the underlying rock having deep fissure
to will be seen that this \Is sixteen crates, which INOsts' It i.s' fair to mention that Mr. and wide, euvernuusOletingtithrough: some
TITLE COMPLETE, being dt'rln'lbr SUPER PHOSPHATE[ : LIME:, being ,sold at the rate of .profit mentioned I Young at one time in his life wo in the of which actual subterranean rivers flow for
grant from the United State and purchase i, above give a profit of over sixty dollar to ., lumber business!! and appreciate' patronageof milcM. To catch and detain the precipitation
of Florida.COIt71ESl'ONDENCE. SULPHATE OF POTASH!: the tree. Now, with seventy trees on an the trade next to funning. The nmtsarypassageway before it reaches and 111 lost in these voracious
from the State acre, we have a profit of over four thousand III the fence are provided with underground drains, and to distribute

SOLICITED.Descriptive NITRATE: OF POTASH.; dollar per acre. That sounds "fishy," I gates, some of which aru patented for theirpeculiar it over the adjacent soil with ffrtilizingcf-
know ; but right now and in Capt. Vurne- action in opening which consist feet, M. Fautrat shows lit the office of the forest
and riBCTLABS mailed on doe's case, it L* certainly true, fur 1 have in folding (like fan) and turning upon end and woodland which they jxiwerfully fulfill.
t MU MURIATE OF POTASH, seen the trees, the fruit, the gathering, the instead of swinging back.! They are all\ Equally Important arc )hits observation a* to
application. ivu'i1Land crates and the bill, and I Il speak from the ev- painted red, and ht)' their distinction of color the meteorological influence of dim-rent
1'11:15. S1'. SULPHATE MAGNESIA, deuce i of mark their I
my eyes.Jlr. conspicuously' place even at a kind of forest Pine and resinous woxl4have
Commissioner. H. II. Sanford I and CapUun' 'Yarned.; distance. The tillage of the hind is firllt-dl1l'l ," he nays, above all, the remarkable
Office cor. Biwh) and Seventh: Sts. SULPHATE OF SODA, have been bhippiug. ( the Leuonte for three and the crops corri !ondiiiKly)' good-that i ilt I property of extracting from the rain-bearing
If.tf years, and duuug! that time price* 'have to $,&$$s !buthcl* of wheat, 13,000 !Lubh- currents that cross! them a greater volume of
Strictly Pure round Hone. ranged from $::.:& to $6 i-r (crate and it t-U al' D.O'.iO" 'bushels of oat, 7f.( tons of rainfall than the open ground." The rain-
ii OK Art: DREW.Wholesale mist IHJ borne in mind that this U a new hay, and as much tobacco as" :!II acres of land full collected\ in u year above the pines was
fruit and it has" only recently attracted flue *ill grow, is an average crop. About 50 I nearly two inches greater than that receivedby
and Retail attention of the marLi-t.); luallof cow art kept and their milk disjMiscdof the rain gauge placet on the surrounding
Our clrt'ulant'e full particulars, and are Now. your reader are ready to ask me 1 daily in the lioJlIetIH'if1 market. of|>eii ground. Such fact and figure are
mailed free to all applicants. They will interest two) questions : first, Will this thing last? I rhrec hundred head of steers were Mall-fed worthy the i-lofi-ht titudy of agriculturists in tithe
STATIOXKUY, I you if you are interested In Agriculture answer I dui know. (Hut will your orange during the past winter. Young cattle, hogs, Atlantic districts! recently ravaged by
Boons I, _or Orange Culture. J5im lusjiictw last? If *>, then the Le('IJllte l pear awl a large floek of sheep, added to those already forest lire*. And they are doubly) important
And MI'NIf, --- mines will last and continue! to j'a" In enumerated, go to make up the stock: fur instructing: the many thousands of immigrant
, A;. I)r. AltTIirit ('. FOItl, ny opinion there is u+ much promise in !>- iiiiota of the farm not including) ) ulmut) two freshly arrived in the (ountr)' and
(ante jtcara us in orange iiijiou mule kept fur work. Steam power is now pioneering( their way and prejiarinjr
; 5f TAT lUvSTBCT, Your 8ti*.iid question. 1) the Le- used| for
t ;t TTVENTIST, may (. threbhing, grinding grain, cutting their future homes on the great Wefctenplain ;
fill\\! jJ Jontts adupu-d t<, South Florida? Thegrowr hay, straw and CfmltMer.U the stock *.
FLORIDA. in this vicinity that it will do well U fed and __________ ___
JACKSONVILLE.: Fourth St.; bet. Centre and AUu-hua, say on on Meamed rut food, and never -- -
tlteil around Scott Mills in your county, turned out to pasture until after hurvcfct. THE shirt worn by Charley 11* now on r 1
48 tf .'EHX.\ lJlX.\. FLA. if nowhere die. It MIIIX to require sandy The manure piles are greatly increased aid hil.itioii in England. The fact that all J
soil with a clay fomxlation.but i Met.srs.Sun- improved 1'y this mean Not a l particle of button are in their utsi, and u
JOB PRINTING, in every style, and at (.ml\: \'limtCloe IoU y It will du will in any manure U allowed to go to wate. Where of them dangling by a singe thread, Ill ''
firSchool Hook. u Spetiu1iy.'tj lowest rate, nt the MIKKOU oUke. i" .rt of soil that i Is not i,oor. In iq.j ,rt of any of the !barnyard have a drainage, c .- that Charles lul a very careful wife, 'f}



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i .. Loc; e lla U ron(1 A mile or two further up there I is a lone I--- Appointments.; Lost, I

( of the Transit gum-tree standing near the, water's edge, on Central J. J. Finley, Major[ A. J. Russell, A mnrble cover Blank Book, used: as a

a thorough I the Georgia side, which goes by the name of Iron ('. 1' 'ooper, (;lell'ralm. oring, book of printed tinder scraps will and'onfl'r, embroidery a favor p.1ti

1' ) ;l.OO A / the line of the "l4l'agrIJve'I'ulkillg Stick: The! story K A. St. Clair.1.rIlI1Im.l. other Democratic) be terns.rewarded.The, (''ro.: X. Rorx.August .
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that a surveyor named Seagrove, while taking speakers will address the people nt the following 7-It .

1'' } fall '(' here and a compass[ observation, planted his walking places : Prints--- -- -at-(1--Cents.-

r I by an inspec! cane in the gl'OllwIIII111 forgot to remove Orlando) August :24, Tuesday.Apopka of fir.t-c1as Prints, worth 1)) cents,
A !
\ \ cut tip and it. If true at all, the sim-e hlcd "walking- \ City August 25, Wednesday.Maitland received lilt .J.' *, T. MI II4 \)'H.
just j
and I creeks stick" Jacob ; .August :L15( TlauTllay.allf'Jrlor __ a
'r which !' was probably an improvised -: ,
Fort Ucid i, August) 27. Friday.:
{, allltiver, whidi staff, for "lliell'tile surveyor had no further EIIII'rriolI'ugll"t\ : 2S, 'atllrlln" I'or Kent.
t SER\"ICJ<: n wide margin use.! Orange) City' August :all, .Monll:'.\'. 'Twotirst-classhvelliiig-hoiisesin! \ I hi

'. Episcopal from a large After )pacing this \point, )both bunks, of the' Volusi.i, Augu-t.:51, Tuesday.:: repair' in good neighborhood, and CMpeciilIydesiralle '
) {
the! 1 Daytona! :September> 2, Th 11 T'I! 1a -, : as!" summer! residencestables! !
at \I river arc wooded, chiefly with 1Inein'ollk\ Crescent! City, September 4, Saturday. would I,I be }provided if required Apply !to I

COL. I-1. ) located' from, a water oak. hickory, gum, cypress, dogwood, 1'lntka"pll'lIlh'r} : which runs etc The, scenery is very fine indeed, reminding AVelaka, :September: H, Wednesday.Tocoi Opposite Lgmont: Motel.MALLOHY'H \.
Key, :September; 9, Thursday.St. .-
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f of the St. John's above Palat-
one !'----
exploring country, gen .1ugn-tfne, September:: !0 I, at night.
j1 + bays, crossing! ka. There is I, ucontinucdaltcrnation' ofhlulFs) Oreen Cove, September:; ID, Fridav.Middleburg .

41 TIIKRK Creeks! und and') low lands on either shore, whilt the ; :September; 1.3.: t1otalayltln(1arim [ 1'IOIUJSTIJISIIII.: MM'.

't dock, I ville in a dis evervarying water views!, produced I by the \ :September: 1 *, Tuesday:

Atlantic, <: a half miles succession!: of strait reaches and graceful; Pottsburg.,! :September>September, ), l.'i 1., ,Wednesday"Wednesday.Mayport : : Only Direct Mnc to :\'U' York.

road. : (. The whole bends' keep tip the interest of the voyager. \"l'IlHlutt, :September; H!, Thurs'dut.Fernandina : .

will be about' The rich bottom lands, : immediately the September 17, at eight r'A]
Sgt' : I (Callahan, :September; \ 1 IS, :Saturday.King's :; I
titR: ) : .
is I inconsidera river arc liable to illllnJaliollIIII,1, consequently rr ....
i Ferry, September:: \ Mon'day.lialdwin '" :
having I I : hour. It is ( of no use for cultivation. With levees : Septeumher'2l'l'uesday.:: 'IT'J. f '

and the : '" will under they would, become very valuable ; and ...."..''J. ..,_,,.
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gratifying.HEV. maps are com their I"'alioll'o! convenient to navigation, A Ni.wTiiHOff.ii il itTE.-t1[r. Walter 0!, Till: FINK: :STEAMSHIPS; : ; : ,
obstacle), \ lies: in should make it worth while to look into the Coleman, General Traveling .\ I'J1tllan
; .T. ]t : ; tic, (Julf it We-t I India, Transit Railroad, and WIKTIRV: : : TI\MS.
whi< )h will 1'1'- I practicability of thus protecting them.
''S pulpit at ) the Peninsula Railroad: : of Florida, united ('.\I'T. 111 X0:0\::;,
There will There are six large !saw-mills on and near
month, r( ) in the l'itFrlla\' noon, and left on the .II/n '
last W'ell (Creek. The rest: the river above the town of :M. Mary's.: The A. .....('I1".la"lt evening\ Memphis.; [ From (. 1'1"CU' DALLAK,

c ), \ly light. first is Pccples1! mill at Clark's llulf$ ; the there he makes! a general trip up' the Mississippi [i :<- CAPT. RISK.ONH :; .

OVVINU! l her Chri-tmas: second nt (;icrinnntovvn, :a mile or two below, i Biter! t to :St.: Paul, Ihl'lu'clrail, toChi-(: (.f the above :Steamers: will leave

Atkins, ( [ this line. Woodstock, : on the) eorgi.i! !side ; the third ca.'.; o[ ,.nnll111II'rn Coleman came: to points New Orleans generally..Mr. to,ell'cct for New York every Friday
toMtit tlie tide .
M odist: Wood-tock, which, with the (;icrmuntown an agreement with the Morgan( ) Line of ( Tins line, having) no transfers to make) !,

pected to '(' ). mill, I is owned chic-fly by Mr.[ Lynch ; the I !steamships: and the Anchor Line of teiimbo.itt between !

GAIT. : night;; was a fourth is I nt King's Ferry, and owned, by J. or We-t whereby, can,come a tourist from: 1'1'01111111\:St.> [Louis'to\'. Nortli New FIm: .\XIHx.XII!) XEYOHK, i

:' Nassau! county. Murell 11;: Pro. ; the fifth belongs s to llilliardV Ol'lr:1111'ia: the Anchor Line boats:<, take the Oilers 1 the I

for New I [ : were escorted' (;: blab Icy, and 11" :situated: four miles !southwest Morgan[ Line, !shiits/' to Cedar Keys, and 1 Mr.; ( BEST AND CHEAPEST: TKANM'OUTA-: : I
6 tended \ Colcmun's rood I there, to to "any of
: Lyceum: Hall by from King's Ferry ; and the sixth, belonging go part TION TO FLORIDA( :SHI1TKKS.Vegetables : ,
wish! him Florida on a through, coupon ticket'. Ify wn'ul'cl'.fnl !
I : '( by the limn: to the estate of Louis Davis, I is: located receive .
!- here, and goes North to perfect his! and Fruits! will specialcare I
C/Anr. : was tilled, by an at Orange UlulT.Messrs. scheme I and arrangement. This will enable in handling.

; : HUliard it I'ailcy have a line rail persons in Milvvuuke-c! to buy a through) ticket -
left\ for ; : : among PASSEN : : and 1'0uIlaill: ,( with, good T i iron, from King's to UIItOWII or l'Ol1l1h'ill the :State of rilWTCLASS.The :; .
Captain ( : Florida. which may: be on a, railroad in that
ily arc (' !-ol'uce'U'i well Fl'rr.to. their mill, and thence i on through :State.: This i\'poI'n: through route by river traveling public, /nre ulleicd the advantages -

meeting was a the- pine forest:: some three or four miles, from any point' upon it to New Orleans: nnd. of a Ill/HECT LINK:, WITHOUT
about eight miles in all of rail. thence bv, Gulf to Cedar( Kl'or a ticket can ANY C'HANOIH Connections made at
:Miss! C. [ ; [ : ( address was: making !
be purchased: to Jacksonville.: Fin., to :St.: Jacksonville with all !steamboats for all
Maggie[ )[ exposition! the They have a capital little engine, of Bald Paul, (Chicago, :St. Louis i Omaha) : etc., by ,points on the :-It. John's, Otkl.iwaha, and
4 Brnll (' ( !' ] party and I a win's: make, to do their hauling: and that ofa the !same: routeslr vvi-h Mr.; Colemanbon \Indian Kicrs\: mill with the Tran-it: Railroad -
and trust his, effort; mnv: be entirely for all railroad stations
Wylly), : : : : \'il'w"IolllIh:: turpentine distillery nearby. voyage; I at IVrnandina \
t i ( !successful: I for t the benefit of all parties in Florida.PIIii(5UT.
lie From I Calico Hill landing it is less: than a ,
e great : tt'I'l'-.1: "I. an- ) '
concerned. ;" .
( '!IIIII(, .fnlii 2.1Itru
mirers.H of the res! mile to the camp of ;Mike Minchan, who" : ( AND) PASSENGER: ; HATES!

has the contract of that portion of I the! Waycross AS LOW AS BY INDIUl'.CT LINKS.TtYTlirough ;:;.
: Convention
]) : ('
; <{ \('K 'oRl.-\Iout, two weeks ngo! !Dr.
.\ : of schools, H tail road\ between' the :St.; Mark's Uiver l Baldwin wrote to (;ten. iillmorc: and sent '/ hates: nnd I'.ills of Lading,

Thursday : of all citizens, and Jacksonville: lie has' done) little more( him a !small map or diagram\ to illustratethe to all l points.For .

I, our dllz< : : \ ,t(11, lie !shall than make a begiunimig-owittg; ; to the difficulty advantage; which would result! from I pas-age I ;: or further information, apply

i' solely( the (Governor of f of procuring, hands,l, I that i will !stick ringing( : ) ; the: route. for the inland passage: to
: ) from the :Sisters 11111iatt: Pit (Creek to thelIaulo'l'r n. W. or.rtl'H'KI'nt) ,
1 gone! to : :; : 1 Us" speech did 1 He had at the time of our visit only about I (Creek into Fort (Ol'orJl! Inlet, amid Fernandina.

was a ( !' to his sixty at work. theme through! :Simpson: Cree-le' into Nassau: C.' II. MALLOUY ,t CO.,
oppo liver with a probable saving of some fourteen )Pier ::tit, last Uiver. :2tfT
insisting '
On the 1U1doDr: ( 11. II. Liinillf, at Calico Nctt1'urk.--
dignified, elo .
miles: In distance: and the production of -
(ports of 1 made, a very 1'.1- Hill, a marl )bed, has been discovered a dircit, easily navigable/ route This, letter I'ICUtlnXU IIAYAXA

i II yc."Ugut audience was which will doubtless prove valuable fertilizer was immediately referred, to Col. Fremont,

I i' that the ( and hearty where the haul is not too long.) It i is. stationed t at Savannah: who this: week, on "\ TKKKLY: FAST MAIL SERVICE.Performed .
I TIIl''Iaarril) from Savannah by train,
had highly; probable that it underlies most: of the !
immediately took the boat: for Fort"George .
with a clear and lands on the river. Cuptuin' Richardson on which lie; found Captain' Holmes, who at i

fe'4'/ :: '" which he ; whose place' : adjoins 31(r. Linville's, has: a once "ctiircd a party' and boat and on ',"eol-lneilay j \.
the examination of lljitlovcr andSimps'on's I
The : ) small -the only one we!
constitution young\ orange grove sa-
I\ ( '
:: \' ; : Creek, was, made )by, ( 01. Fremont
session definition of saw on our trip-which appeared to be doing and) ('"apt. Holmes, and on "Thursd.iv the

I have! :; [ rights of the well ; the tree's, though :small, arehealthy ('ol"lIl'll'dlll'llI'.lloaUlllllh:: favorably impresed by the new and elegantly; : ajtpointcd -
and luxuriant. It occurred to in that all
of : : with the r'l'IInlloioI1.IU'l'! and willI't'I'Il't steamship ADMIRALidtwl'iecl( (: ),
{ the jurisdiction the high lands adjacent to the river were in favor of the change, and the !
of taxes pr's'lit according to the following:: <'lll1lc :
well adapted, to the LcConte pear, w hie'h I is appropriation' for the inland passage' : Leave Cedar Key on Tuesday! morning.

? e-elved ) } ; !! ; being present, now attracting so much attention.On will he applied' us an initiatory step in nnimprovement (I Passengers from :Savannah: : leave by steamer
1 1 Mr.[ Scott the return trip we took on board an that will prohnbiv not
i the audience exceed City of Bridge-ton on :-:Saturday )1". III. LeaveFernandina .
County !> ; ( :? excursion early{ of ladies! and gentlemen to $.'noODO( to complete which will )be of inestimable or Jacksonville ly, 'Iran-it: Kail-
illustrations attend I the meeting hereon the :'tuihult.
I } value -teamers, using the inland road train Monday 1 morning), Arrive at
a ance of : urgl'lItll'l'l'al to The larger {IHII.tioll of the excursionistswere route* in !shortening and improving the route Key We-t: Wednesday! : morning. .\rrln'nt
sales: to :?:? :! : rrutie candi 1'1'0111ln11;: Ferry ; and as the day was in all re--pects. This shows\ that the Engineer : Havana Wednesday afternoon.lieturning .
inclement\ till respectable! t turnout
quite very ]Department means business: and leave'llavnna
was Thursday! evening.
vents, (, : speaks! well for the patriotism of the :M; shows no disMt] iton! to let time be, lost! incommenting Leave; Kl'W,'!>t Friday morning. Arrive
speeches: good, Mary's Itiverieuple. ;' olrral ie IIIS.-'uum. Cedar Key :Saturday morning (and at
I ( etc. t!tl1l'l'lrit and en Jacksonville! nnd, Fernundina by Transit

factory ), gratifyinjj. Not CORK SI'OXIIJ.WE. TUB: Columbia (S.:; (',)1eyishisays that it Kail road :Saturday: evening and ut Savannah:
I. fug to [ ulllH1 think ,1"l'oJlllt: 111'11that brave men sometimes by steamer: City of I ritlgetunfumlay;: morning -
n'OIlHOIl. habitually carry concealed weajKnis\, for it ), thus forming the shortest! possible sea
k / '('11 the occa For thel5tst{ : fifteen days we have had rain knows: that !such is the fact, but it does assert route between the {'lIitl'1 :States; and Cuba.

(p We felt that the every day. The grass is growing luxuriantly with entire truth, that it takes the bravest PASSAtfK: l KATT.S.i ::;
Pi 1 I'pl'ukl'lnll\ of and l'ollll'1ot of men not to abuse the consciousiios {'tUIi.n'llflioll.; .
+ freedom \ : ; the cotton i shedding! its! forms: generally of armed. their fi1lovvmen !.
would pre bring) among Savannah to Hn\'ll1la.J: :(! (M)C) $4|,HVFernandina >
entering : llllnl'1'l'lll'lItlIltl 1111111pol1l'lIlIIe farms even the bolls are ; mid it holds that the ordinurv run to J Havana: ..... ::'ti* year : dropping. The corn is made and by I ticket whatever enough, and chivalric enough, when thl'r1'11I1Il'
to LEVK.t : :
disease our farmers gathered. ...
4.i.I.HEX'S ,
in conflict with tithers'tnbeterttittetlto
d preferences.! _\ : Tourist Otlices.:
ii' I have noticed season, in which
(( never n indulge in Iheperimkiuushabftof currying ; .
:Savannah, (!a.-Corner Bull and Bryan
have !: the rains have been as sectional.In deadly WCIIIS{ ills! and especially! concealed streets. H. A. CALLAN, Agent.:

i past few : Ricer the portion, of our county adjoining, ones. __________ __ 1"t'rnan(1illa-l'glllllnt: Hotel. .\. L. MEL-[
:: Uiver I is, e>iu> of LEN: Agent. .
their Marion[ the rains I"'gan:0:: early und continued JfJK.YKlltrt t r
Uichardson's Jacksonville-CornerBayamdl'inestreets.\ I
places ( : Plu'al'l'el..l- so steadily. that the crops have never A. C. LAN PI 1 EKE:, .Agent! ( I
every ; )been free from grass: consi-quently the cotton of rernandtna. :St.: Augustine! -On the Hay. 15. F. AKMSTKONG -

that all is n genial crops( : are poor. 1IK.II \\'\Tlm.lItlJrltar Agent. 'jO-tf
I'' no in his, profess For the pu-t three days our County Commissioners AnsiH-t; 7...... Kl: f U *. >: t. S:5s: p..:v. ST. .IIAICY'N HIVKIl- -:- 1WC'KKT7:
to promote examining :Siindav; S...... nl"::! .UK:: !i"
have been
all \ occupied
Keep his passcng'ers. : ;Monday', !9...... !II>:.'>!) 10.l.'i: "
well aired\ and equalizing our assessments, and in a Tuesday', 1O..ION.: 10.57: "'

to I l he well / at S o'clock a. few days I can tell you whether we are richer \\'tln-" 11..1I-4.1::! 11:45 ,' Ji

) :; [ for the! )lteallof or loorer. Thursday,* 12: ..... ...... 0.1U: ..1 .
{ 'Ii
[ )"' !, the Flam Friday, 13..... 0:41 1:17": 'I -
No deaths to rt-{ ort, and our young men
On the : \' 1'. m. the S\M. 'l"m.: STEAMKU rioit.i.
too busy to think of marrying \KRYEI>.
rain and ", ),; the CAKT. JOHN UICIIAUDSON::
.t1) u...t 1-Sch. Edith L. tftcrf, 1.('(" Phil-
) --tending{ the Callahan.We deiplait. WILL RUN ON THE ST. MAKY'S U1cr \"-

seldom which i is up have dance Thurs.lnight, August 1-Sch. Rustic H*. Juhnun, Outten.DriJgl'toll during the season as: follows :
every '
IVriuiulina. N. J. Leave ST. MARY'S EVERY: MONDAY and
'' narrow : when we nuns Wednesday. Our social circle / August 1-Sell. E. 11. U.crri/lwIII'illsloer- THURSDAY MORNING at C o'clock, fur

havoc the first "ten or I is small, but the young: people know how ry, Perth, umih} .uy. }'ERYNDIN.and will leave FEUMMUXA

I such a marsh disap to enjoy themselves when they get together.The AugmtScut.! CAnV/iV llucti French, same days at 8 a. m., for CAMP l'l,CK vET
tortuous. At Philadelphia. and! all intermediate landings on the river
says : last of these little parties, on Thursday August ;3-:S.; :S. ( 'c'I!, iif Jinlla Risk New Returning EVERY TUESDAY; : and Fill'DAY :
ty in ; round, uud to night of this week, was especially( {,lens- York will arrive at ST. MIBY'B at 5 p. m.,

our ,'hl(' ( ) vo'uge.t ant. Several ladies from Jacksonville all,1Starke eLKlKKP.: touching at FEK.\-.NUIXA.

are as! if' : long would save wire present and all went as "merryas Augu-t rt-S.: S. City of frilla Risk New On WEDNESDAYS; und SATURDAYS:
otT ditch will leave ST. MARY'S ut 8:30:; U, m., and can
i The i wind! by a a marriage bell.. York. __ lie thartere-d for excursions to I

\ north b )' be propelled. Quite a number from Callahan and vicinity Wanted at Once: ,
\ several miles in
thing as t attended the ratification meeting in Fernandina 30 barrels Florida Syrup. -j.-of
Lnothing to see the two and other jHiints of interest in the vicinity !!
i last week, and Ml came back en- 300 bushels Seed Potatoes.

i r \ hall each other yet thused. One or two colored men who went A. H. NOIJ (Fe-nuiulina..
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I we have ; l appropriation tIt' down and listened attentively to the s!{>e\k. Brick Through: Bills of Lading

mot' be truighten: up ins, say they were pleii tsetl with Mr.[ Uloxhant's Lime, by MALLOKY'S) US1III': :Steamer to all
Cement, points the St. )lur "'
I was talk, and would like to vote for him.It Plaster, on *.

t '(Mheville) : St. Mary's[ we is to )be hotod{ that before November Hair, Close Connection

blk ; but : Florida' side, come, they will decide that they have thentiividual AT SixeoBX .* HOVT'S. Steamers.made with Mark the New all goods York Care of Steamer
feet above
:: {' f 'r whom they "
[ right to vote / Ivrn, Fernandina.
The -' the hni;,-ago of lh'I\"l'. and whey their ronciences.Tlie Just Uecelvedt2U TROD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PASsenjiers. -

|t just it was mode 1'.1- prevailing opinion in. this community : ) barrel" Flour ) Excursionists and Tourists will
i by a a hung-thief. i is: that Dr. Tanner is 11'li1his stomacha you sacks Corn. tin! this: a \'('J'attJ".1Iti\'e trip, as the scenery
injustice., Perhaps the want of at tprcciation 1'i0I.arrk,; Pearl the grave
.. savages.
\ of the Importance IIf the Doctor Ii") barrels K. D. Meal. abundant.
I\cnertl e to the fearful i exteriment{ i is owing to the fact that ourteople V) boxes Bacon.3cM For further information apply to I
Mjy far below\ [ have never known any difficulty in : ) bait Timothy Hay. JOHN RICHARDSON.:
LL we ,; { getting{ a plenty to t.1t. :0u sacks Oat, .\. 11. NO\E*. -.5't' Fernandina, Fl.Lr.

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