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 14, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00077
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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VOL. ir. FERN ANDlN A FLA. SATURDAY, AUGUST U, 1880. NO. i;>(G.: :

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IMl'OllT.IXT TO 1.'LOll11J.I I work on ..Iu1t I, ISMI.( I is $;.IICKI.( '. and, for the 'I 'Ihe thairman! now looked around I I.'ar that Major \\ 1 Turner, of

We are indebteil to our enterprising cottimponuy Ibl'lll"l'1I1' ending j I June :'lo. Iss: 111I appropiiafiou for Colonel lli'sbee. who had taken) a'1\-III1.1 IMS rented !'\nly 1'l'l'S of the
of ZIi',(N0' is a kcd l to 1 be- applied\ (to Mr. Ledwith's I plantation on Manatee
of the length of t\'rHt
the Savannah tVoM, for the fo ii- age !
of the should that I is
the completion jellies J'ottoti( (' '
I to parlies1io: going
lowing cop of(;ell. (i11ntorl8rei'ent report plan finally\I \\'I1ll1plt'I., otherwise to the ex- to seek the( relit a WIIl.ll1IIlrlll.tI.. I. Alttr: the Iolar.! HIIII'!" (

the subject: of the harbor and I rinrill1l'roVl'lll'lItllll l''Utillll'such: plan as the :Seenttary: of H short hunt 11 r. 11i..1( 51'1' \\1I"lr'l'l'ttll'l, whodesiied I ors npoit) ) he xcgetahle hushus,*.-TJio l 1lIU'
: Florida., Our readc will War authori/cs or directs : 1 topxttise: himself: as it walate andvery I'' \ears. The (' : \ county ul\cs a poplliatol of fi/MiO; ,
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j observe. that the Kn-jineer lcpaitment) :lI..k'l I wand but waited l for some/ one to ay not in (' ,' !' of fifty per 1''It on (lie ei; !us

lor liberal appropriation to continue I i the t ; Tin: Jrli'UIIl.111l:1'1.\'(;. "C(:ioon," whidi, alter pause, produced, (the ; low has reei : i in. The 1"llutali"l( of Til in pa 1 bwf-fo,

work at this point : I Pursuant to call as announced<
\ a Republican mass nievtiug; assembled than lieu, Lcdwith's, vvas a .IIIIh <-f his ntl'ndt',185 a 1 I ( -The colored free sdmol, .I..1, W,

l ,',.' IMUKOMMt sor.M THE, FLOBIa1.tYn.,6nUUL KNTKVMK: TO (T\lutltl.\-rJI:\. at Lyceum Hall Dr !Pope, pusideiit of the I' weak arguments, though 1Ia114''pv'l'iallt awl :I aic- anxious ( teacher, lo c'll1a'ot! Monday. with an

) ( ;arlh.I.I-1 ( 'lub\ with otlleers and can be kept in ( \\lticli we learn Judge
'OIlIlWI' ,
alluding, to the eiiminal farm 11'01
issii( tlieMir. cmphatiiIn
fly\ the act approved June 14, : I ,
. appropriation, fur this work, amounting t t0ooo 10r tll'III"'I'* of (the "duh. ueeupie'l\ the rosttum, ing plan he opened the \ ial* of his wrath : will 1'1' ";:\ : I Crane, umnty :supe-iintciidcnt, who

r, f :;{ ), was made. while the 1""ly..f the hall w;a-tilled with anauiliemi1 I upon the l(\"slush and I acknowledged;: that I us we have !('( : was alike ere-difahlo to teacher

Dining; the present! fiscal year it i is 1'1'0- fiftciii-MXttcuth l ..whom wereeoloied "WP all are liable to be c'oiivu'tc'd of dime," se'nte-d Us bj Ir-Ielt, especially in the elementary
posed, (to heiiiii! woikontheprojet' : \ uhiiiittci a statement\ whidi M'tmcd to nnct\ with the. eoitnty. 'Fhicy ,
l fIr the emiineer' in th.irgc1' June :'Jn. l It-jll.! people". u])pio\al of his, hearer lie next: devoted : 1' he-s.TrHinnc., ,
consisting of two low jettiesbuilt: mainly 01'( Dr. I'upeintrii'lnievlku! LcHhvith. Itc)1uh- ome time to mathematical ('alllll:1llol1'1.! of ( "/ mr Jinn for. ,'4

tip-rap stone, renting I i on a foundation III' limn candidate, for !Lieutenant-Jovernor* ; which his au'lilurcI8s\ piofoundly' i ignorant i i 'Ihe( tint. tigt 'I ) months the merchants .

mattress of logs, or logs; and,l biiish, :tal'lillg' who cntcitaiucd audience for more (than Then on the heresy of Mate: !m hl. lit }!9,;0 PIT: I : )th.IIti
lrc>m the shores on opposite !sides of (thEntrance I and! the glory; of the Nation (big NI) and IIot' Jacksonville West have paid out $111."I> t.1: for
: and, extending seaward across the an l hour and I a half; with a desultory! harangue denunciation the !Democrats gmeralh.Hidiiuled '.-The fay says that ',' Mllla,1 of,

bar, so that:( the outer ends will be parallel lie began' by exposing his !soirow ( the 1 liar of bajonet: rule at the i 1'1'11' wi"- ( ( the mainland<<1 are :liippei i |

to tach other, and :aoou to .'{.."lOO( lect apart at the ahseme of Dr.) Ceniover, but st.fte-d: polls; only flee\ and fair election' wanttd. I ddic-atc and I 11'01
f The two jetties are expe-cte-d to mainta.n: i II and the 1'. :S. !soldier I is thyre to teach the beating I there every ten days.-Km of! .:
low watcrdepth of :Lti to :21 I lett where tie that the Doctor was North on a mission! in people, what Republican: Construction 01| I :

:Il.tllaillaillrul .depthari: Irom 111 1 } to 1:1 1: which his audience was elccply interested! : ;e're' amt lair: I is. Claimed th.tk the I'i\'(-..i111nt can bee'urtd 1'titnain.

lect. Their estimated cost N :j.j.n7IOJ.J.:: : ;\ I If as he was then Irving to procure money and) 'i ft compelled I to cnl'tret'thrhit's t a 11<11'\ :WIII'I1 HI'"I our thh' ( ) future of this along the 'St.

only a !span\ jetty he const rue ted on the men to pu-h the Rcpuhliean, canvass in Florida. to do !so With all thl'III'\Iill1t'I': \ ( within his to( I tI he wealth mid the"l.'tOI counties in
south side, a ili.mnel (10 to 17 let would he< \ leach ; for example, should a vessel( from \n'r adjacent
p maintained, and the coat of the work woultbe He s.iid many questions: had, been an illfft.lport attempt to forte theqtiaian- : ( 'i'lor can hardly be e..tlltl.1 'l'l

i be about*I.OOO.lKio.) ) naked'ho and what was Dr. ('<>novcr, anyway title of our port, the 1'resiulentsliunld enforce i'nl't'L1'I'I'IX : ( make n wondeifnl, I dlall; '. During

The amount available l for this work is It i istitlietoeeast'thesetuestiousaut11{ I the national I quarantine) law at all hazards ( ( ,' de-cade the cropill he 1m-
-.)II.I"MI), and an appropriation of $100,0005( ) ) ) ill for, our protection (did not know the tI.'II-' luh.hlt',111 I' ollgl'
asked for the fiscal: \ year'l'arl'IIIiIl'III1l'IIIls) : ) : hieketujgs, and )know t that Dr. Conover was genius "1'111111.1111' was trespassing( upon, nor :lanil tor; -e, and the countryill b'otll'ri'h.

lo he npblied to the prosecution of the leasemtlyol t an ardent Republican\ and! iMiididatc forlovcrnor whose' tlll'lI'I'e being pinched by his parallel t'I,1 by (them !: '" and conditional I interests i will keep

the projects named leaving tin ( ; on the Republican til'kl'tllIIl, for !). In alluding to ctntrali/ation one oldinured t the nice. of I i: : with the inrrea(' of the land uiid the
'question lit'a further extension( open li,1' thought it was :somethingto
him he expccte-devery\ \otl.11I that audience gentleman Total white \ ( ( ( ( : 1'lt of rutnnu'rce. The young
consideration.IMI'IIOVINO .
future 1 and! ) Jl'l.
lie arrajeti (the Democraticparty for the beopposed\ 1'1'111111'1:1"11,111 Tit II I.o1',1\ | !) of (he presentill'' in and reap
: I
"Yes. Restoring: the : !
Tin i'"'II.: ',\sstol: )IErtvIIS!: I HtHVU. : : tl'\
N t.XPINVTor .\-in I"T. .loIIS'" 1 peace and prosperity of the1 State "inee that) power, xv ill l hiring hack: the tnuntry I to (the .it 1 I ( of the lul'lIllIof the past. Palace a.

continuing this improv emeiit; the ,111approved )arty has be-c-u in power. Riduulcd: [1"(' I pristine purity of (the days Washington Majority grt'gatr of I I I t icsidcne-es will hs l, 1111'01101 on the St.I ,
Theio is not Republican \
June If", HHI( appropriated I I the idea of rc-diutioii of taxation ; states (that it and ,1lk.OII.: N whit( ; military ) eo.l.i, .1 I'l Afore.Isetunbua ':- River as they now an on (the Hud
(the whole Nation (big; ) want"
Mini of $7'XMJ.' The sums previously I appropriatcd 'uicd ,by, ledueing the ilifni of I is 1 i I
was juoe per illt'r'Itl'l at (the1 polls but dt'maudstha't I sixty millions of our home raceill
lor this work tomprise :tj: ,IIOO) hctween -
18'S: and lSJ: expended! mostly' III poor but honest! jurors and\ witnesses from .: they !'houlll be* lucre to eiitoiie\ (the freedom be largely! ( ih an immigration and muteiial. fur the

opening KingsleyNCut and (1111I111:<011'11 Cut; :$|I.I:! to l.onptrday) \ and, aliolition of mileage of th hllllt Pronounced 1 fulsome ilic-ation "a t \! development of the :-itlll'. (ienend
the the1
( spotless
-liHH( ( by: act approved June :i'l:I, ls,74, of /( to thi-m. Hold* up to public scorn nu.1iguumittytheicgihiitnrs i eulogy the on scholar, claim few while / :-IIllhut (the possibilities' thiStute:
whlJiVi.7.'iO: ;: '; 1 were ele\oted to a !'oUI''l'r,11I,1 1ll'1alrlot .illIlt ot
the balance: dredging; ; aiiel.7,000( bact > i : l'"rIIl1lIn"1I1'hII I far him. lowc\'I (' as a t the1 c-\i-c-s-t e if ( I ) ; p1'I'Jt, 111,1 (that the futll'! WOIII bring

t of Mare.lt.a, Is70! also devoted to dredging. law, and make1 their own fur itttm $(500( bur," II', 'OIO\'l'l' lame in for no flattery; to, gIn :: ( ( :U.lllkt' Florida one of the(
; he needednone
; !During the last fiscal year dieelgimiwas ,,! and mile-age. Next assaults the present administration I fl"1 CI! liishee.Ce Colonel's suppose bauds I Ucneral ''a lair. ('oUllt' I :States: III the Ititiu t. (' '

done .at the contluencc ;of this: insidipassage : for increasing the representation fJI the 1 both No likely (to I eoi 1 ,I : cvcrjthlng( hut llllrut\'I.\.
Arthur( was: ignoicel by speakers. IJn WIIII tIl'
(:'sister's; ( !'l'ek) with the :-\t\ John'sMiser : 1
of certain Democraticcounties andicducing allusion to the ( 1H'<<1 gut nent was ideas.TIMIIHI. will eomewhen will have
'Ili1I ( we a wealthy
at (Cow Rank, in sister i (Creek, nearIv \ ,
1. two miles! fiom the St. John's River; tilOeiuulgee ; that of one Republican ('1111 Illy. i dl'IIHIIH''I':,:
t,. I !: point illawl'lt:: Creek, nine mile-: (''laimed i I that I )p ipular clamor 'fon-e-el I the Democrats I spc'i'c'lies weak were and I \ (1 Il'\olaltlt's. 'Theywere .of, 1I'li in the world-The ('('11"11
: ('routtit.John'sRiver. : : Illm'I (i'1111'
: at Ieci\\'aterPuiut;;
t ; to restore to witnesses and I
(iiinni- I : mileage : Being iltr(>d 1 out alter readinu :31st:| I, we of informs us that
a near the last point named I, and at 11.11'1 +' .111> Ialalkl PI'lIl
; 'IIII'!! Cut in :Saw pit Creek. The total quantity j jurors. I let d barges: I the l DC) 'moc'rats v\'ith taking I ,1 some re'' l>y )tlr. Kallard I, eulnrtrl'the e-erning! the t h is within, her ('olortlll 1,:">0 in-

j dredged: at all the leK.dities fumed l undue advantage of those! in their pern er and nnv1ingadjourued without motionlielol.TKK.] : The arrivals : \ : I As this "llltl'r has wlll'Ii'll
amounts to I :'W,7'i.'J';: cubic yards, uud tie-a for this out the vials of his horror
less jMuirs I ,' of a larger to distant
ble ehanneN; were establisheil 1 not than brigs: 1111.11 !'- : dcpaittirc 1111111".1'
live feet at mean low water jit any point, and upon the Demoe-iats'heads. Dwells) extensively 7'11 SOUTH ,AMKUIC.IX WAn the same! ; "than ever pefore, we take it that our

I varying in width from twenty-live to sixtyfeet. on the farming-out I'lallofl'rllllinal:, ; 1'A:.\MA, July :!-TII Chilian tratispott schooners\, I : (' population would amount to I.I'M,

,.A the vocabulary, of the English: : language fails: \urlla".llt\ II' illl\of the pe't's.J inn port h'" last (-('11"1' put Pa'-ilka'! .I'IWI at .irtl p,
The previous' depths were less than font (to give words Mittlcient force by which ('lt war i tlll1t'r Wili IIIIWI UI
fV-e-t. by tornado in (,'ullac; Hay July :'J. The were as l li.l"w: : !1 slmwsan lncroi.se about seven him-
fiscal It is the speaker could t'xprst his ju-t horror fair 1 caused excitement; in Lima null The late rii started the
During the present year pro- great feet ; sawn,. : ; : : us. growth 'J!
nil either to( the existing and indignation at such a plan but offers much glorification the( Peruvians
|l' passage ; IIIIII (KN) supiTlicial I !; orange (' proven. I: is astonishing law
or to begin opening: a less crooked passage lilt l'eml'lr for what he claims as an unmitigated The plan adoptee I was the flluwllg'IIoI: related .
elsewhere, as shall be thought best after full j : by : cnrrrsisnulclit II 11' mm distributed Tribune'e fend out young shoots, 111! I is fo en-
I evil leaves the inipie-s .ion his "
e-xamination has been" made, and the appropriation ; upon\ 11,,nd. Ing' to the hopeful A'rl\'r whose
of $10,000( asked will I be, applied to I! hearersthat criminals should,I be turned see .\ Peruvian; ofllter took an ollhwj.v fruit JcIII, now Is always iitdiant with'the prospect of

the execution of the plan that maybe adopted. I II to prey upon society, rather than made to boat, put a torpolo in the bottom, ;. over ( for all his toil and, patient
., I \. It is understood that arrangeincnts work be'cause of their evil deeds ; dte-d great this lie plat-eel a lill-l' I",ttutit testing on 11.1Ih'l.thll; r'\\'II,1
making to place Savannah rernandiiia I springs kept down bv the w'iglt of (the cargo art ruling at !> .; .-'t' I'al that the farmers in

in greatly: improved rnilrOllh'OUllIl\lIIi1'atill1l I ilifK'rcncc mortality under the Republicanthan He then loaded{ it a very choiceassortments i Yolk and I ) I !( ( tl'.tollave( put in large sweet potato

with Jacksonville\ the centre of trade and the lease: plan' ; turns upon{ his: audience ( of eainotei, vuciis thiriiuovns, I Itoston! coast: 1 This N I sensible idea and that
travel o'i! the tit John's' !River so that alter now and tires this assertion at them : Any I, granadill.is! fovv'l.s, rl'l'l vrgctahlcsete.clc.: ( ; I 'll'
the has been and tuwill ; the Furtlyii-: t II'I(' to man that will
( I bar at the mouth of that river Republican whootcs (the Democratic) ticket! ; blotkadingsquadron : C Ih'llIj any
I i improved,I alter the plan mently approved, Ceture.1arlight, set it atlrlft AH standard ; Ile : <> < Wo always .fed relieved when we
,. .. .IIg".r.lInl between these cities in this canvass, I is retrcant to his trust and day long the 1 I'lunch floated the
| I. freight alllnt, Illt lings.: that there is to( he u goodly jiotnto,
will have t'llOirc. 1 between transit by rail on I u traitor to his party' ; makes a bid for ignorant (Chilians could{ not see it, until about 3 Iul.al I
.t i moderately quick schedule! and transit bvea votes by pandering to leniency, tocriminals. it'tlok in the evening. fcariiiL' it would fiI. present from : ( I -The Had 11101It'I'lt.f the death

and, river on coasting steamers. Until Dwells the of the Into neutral hands illl. J' hunt I was t'lIt in I'niteil / ) I n.: I Hart, of this place, east C VIOOII

I he :St. John's'' bar is greatly improved this IIMIII iniquity out to 1'1'1111 it 11I1'k. Tln Lm vns'loiug purnttst' ( ) .lr quiet dty. She was member of
inland diannel should, in the opinion of the proposition' \ before the last legislature to ujfjHiiiit duty, from .111' making in the timber Chiirdi, nail was ever t
e'liginner; becarefully kept open. After that electors! for !President and Vi'e-Pre i- toward the l'ntll11,1:, caught: Ipl"'OI'11 Ltlt'1I1
its comparative\ imj>ortanee will perhaps be dent fails to cite, however that other Mate*! 1 sight of the launch, and at once turned! to wi no doubt ( calls of dIIl)'. The needy W.f'
illl'ollitll'rable.1IIflUlit available for this ; it. Seeing this, the boat from shore j'I'I I"I., .' sent away 11'01 her door unprovided}
wart '
work. ..rulI, 11'1110. $7n07.ii2.( ) : .\I'proprIu.lifl1llLkl whole Legislatures proposed' 1 filename thing.Works hasty l'lrt, The IAHI lowered two 1 She was cultivated lady, and was the
t" for the ti'al"l'ar. ending June ] UJMIII the prejudicwand, feelings: ol boats to 1''cl i il the l prize) ,and( it i was brought of 1
the domestic
t tirde. She will be
;!O. IS.NI. $10.000.. the disc of the 11t The
his audience on the H'hool question; append) ) ulul.II', barge ( 11110 orange
the in the I Her life was always bright
Jolix'h \1 promising. fl"I'11
UU'ILI\"XlIIT. RIVER, EL\ to them to know if they are willing to allow lallll1

rr"\ Its net approved June 30, 18fsrt! the first I their ddldren debarred tin blessing of tine was w dfoluuiievlthe ith the torjieslo wasse machinery't in in 1..II.t'a ino- growing I smiles of joy. Tlie old and tlU
.for the fn'I'III.1 felt the her affable
appropriation permanent improvement I a few '' dUHI Ir ilisposl.
education as under Ut'III'l'ralic udmini- meutG11Jh pounds of dynamite were exploded, II 'a"
of the liar at thc mouth of this river
and the L almost lifted 1 out of the of Florida :trl'k,1 with the most pain-
:: .I..I
\\': made, amounting to 12: >,(>oo. There I t rat ion they have little hope) of help.) J'a'i crop
water. Thc described 1 t those I vvhcivveie was taken to ll. ,toii, where (the
1t ton of ( J".tt
had{ been previously ex|>ciidtd here during I Claims that he has tried to falily I t'1..t.I"( bruit bleMs I crop I I
+ the tm fiscal yiars: preceiling June :JiO, 1$7U I. the I ; Ids antic' aid wus had, hut all proved of no ,
: state hi* arguments; before uudieiue. interest 1'1'01 Ihe shore, WUN awful in the ex.I -
the sum of i'oi7,4i' 3S |u dredging un the '" ", r
.' i ixcuss! ; Radical eorruiton' by I I treme. Hvery; house in ('ulhU vvasbhaktn come : ( 1tfM
liar and $:?.).: :! 75 in urveying the bar and ,
to its foundations, and in the
every ship bay Jie- richest ( I
nuking the requisite oUservulioiis for U newprojitt stating that ill nil enterprises) errors an,1i
hivere I II'i though an earthquake had sj-e-nt statehaving se. : (ky\1 IiORKOR.-l..indun.Vuig,
s. i mistake occur and that the corruption! and its fury beneath them. The fates J t
During the present fiscal year it is proHistnl ship Hi"| 1 Renter's : from Aden, rejxirts{ ,
(ve rythiiig t.Ir:1
larecnies of the early must !IIC chifxeil 1 under jieartil II" if envelu'.t'd' in one 11.\0.. of I ;;
to begin work on new plan of improvement
( which rcsol ve-cl 1 itself in to dense black nioke.Whjn the from Sinyujiore,
I described in a letter of the engineer head of tni tnkti and fimrt. Democratic unspention use n saw- tlC "t"II'r.i"I.
this she xccmiHl to oil' (iu.irdanl the Sth with ftW(
dl'Hr"l away hit ions growth (:( on
\ in charge, dated June :-\0\ 1S79! con- of)part of the taxes sat only a ruse | t
: 'i..ting of two low jetties, built of riprap have suffered, but suddenly I ) she wa. 11- I ( 'fur Je bid 11llfaCtllrt'l
to cutch the unwary Makes' a for the certed to sink at the sti-in'while her bow I j
stare, resting on U foundation platform of the his wife, lh chief 1 1L
Captain, v\\-
I'' logs, and the improvemeut under certain patronage of the k fny-hiinUl sons of toil ; went high in the air, and the hfi disappear I' We are 1
chief and sixteen
: i.onditions of the river between the \bar and carefully kept his own tender, JitsiUe )palms ed I forever. of Punta Rassu 11.t'r. an engineer
While all this going on, the MUHCH who uml brought tu r
w. were J.k".1
Jacksonville. The extimatetl frost of the
from the gaze of his audit'me. Luysat Democratic Kuatliulti and the llmucar in their i"iHt\ II' for the ul
project for a low water channel depth of 15 << were act I by the Ih'umcr11" .\ to
door! the liuk of emigration and 'union us 1 No-itioii.s, eight miles distant tie shipments .l"lttcI
I.) 111 feet on the bar is $1,43>,4OU, and for "tIC .. "
.u channel depth of l.lto) 13 feet at low capital flowing into our Mate" ; were lUpublicans too far. tiff to render any assistance to 'I I 1st day of April | 1 | ( ) front mid A.ll'l crew tuiyn were: ilrowneil Kpwunls by of
their touch of them
water, $NX,0, <)). in power emigrants would cn>wd in a unhappy t'lUIIC or as head ; of tlll' I l'U.IIJt'N of the on tln- 1
The amount available for this were left struggling in the water. The Units Ih'uulrJIllA.
work JulyI "erfctt flmMi-tide and calitul'uul,1 l> cattle suit off ( was I
I, iryuj, is $125,000, and for the tiMial year j go t-g- of the Thetu, J'C"t.Utll. Drrrn ali .js (uur.llla. vll
ending June :iU, 18 (2.: an appropriation of ging for investments, HO great would |he the (iriLaldi were and proceedeil my books by from. il IIMlre the Jedduh TIle Jnl
l i
to Steum
< >liij>
*4oo,000 >* asked, which will he applied to influx of money. Fill lies Momeuf(rarneld'a to the ncene of tlc (the 1st of '. She luJalllr
( the of the work the least The two tnot.lultllhll'I ( urrll.lu't'II'1! I) was UUILrm.
jirosttntion! thunder about the "|Kjwer of an i Ilea. Denies bug .' tfit *hipi>ed ( was a screw steamer ,
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Tin i'UlilJIi ot r, *. k duad l bone* to cur!r u,.,with unpleasant I'------u\ turned around-, and then hi, e\e "."Annie! trkIDickstartingupfrotilhis? "Don't) you feel quite the thilg.o" lie t "

dust Ditk felt till. this? but Aunle's! fdlul'1 Adelaide Urn ml, who was l'a. >i troubled !sleep, and dismayed, on seeing his k'f1
; + m They had been ;married; three weeks? andwere influence uvcrcametcverytliing, and, he' told him at that instant She' saw and recog' young wife in teats i What on earth is the' XI If you don't mind I I think Il tie go ';
lt', ? now in London\ making I't4l'nratioll8fur herb' i; *>.1 : nixed liini: An t'111ite smile, (' lmI4of : matterVhi) arc you (crying ? This is un', below fur a little and IIIC low'u.t' It I. 1
a long voyage out to India via the Cape.: "Well and what \\11" she like, Dick I both joy and thtlIl kind" hot weathcrwe lime that I makes 11x'feel
' j We are speaking of tWPllt "''yours ago/ must know. beautiful' face as I'll ex< ottering him :11 suffered the reproach rather than dis, lnuguid." down
11 when the overland route to 1I India I was anoipemive ":'ihe was u beautiful tture-tllll. thin; her hand to I'lwk trll' hil by telling him what she had seen. I.Ill right dear.I 1 Let me help you 1"
F : luxury not always: within the with glorious! eyes! and dark hair." You kil'\ that I was: coming ?" So fOhl feigned l that she hud been thinkingof the companion. .\ III Itlll set you I
;: means of a young Indian, civilian, who had, "And how was it you did not marry her?" No," ami-+ ", Dick, gravely, his: fare as home, and looking at England: fir the last I I was not to he d.n\ Annie W, : I'lh'l1
i1' r, come home on a year's s'uk leave, and had came more faintly from Annie, a* :she eon- white as tpul h, I Xo, I did lot." Then, time.! She was so' devoted to that she .\ her Ill'lirt''a!' t,, be: near the poor: grieving
t "t fallen in love, three 1Illlllh'l'tire\ its: expiration tra..tl'llu'r own fancied. homeliness with the taking .\ '" band, in his, he said, Allow would have: said! anythlng-ratherthan grieve '-irlln the next cabin. Shecuuld think -
with Annie Moreton, whom he married picture, he had, drawn.Dirk me (to introduce you to niv wife" 111, or let him suppose she wasdwellingonthe of nothmgelse I I and it was from Illre11' T i
'' 1' on the shortest!' wooing ami wedding putting away lit his! cigarette, his A faint 0 !" escnj.ed from Adelaide as trouble l that had( befallen them. paththat she often came to be near h'l'r the unseen '
that a man in his senses: could well risk. mind )busy: raking up the ashes! of a Ih'II,1In'C the two ladies bowed to each other, and then And indeed with all truth, had he touched unknown l'ullnlll of lonelyl ,
); Hut he had( no misgivings! for love is proverbially 1 to aii'mio: the I living, did l nut mark t the Miss I Jiraiid passed! 1 on to her cabin, leaving rill the, Subject 1 she could have told him that 'uiturs.
4 so full of faith that at no time of bis, : rapid changes: on his wife's face, nor diiHie Dick looking into Annie's eves with intense her jealousy: : was swallowed up by l'irI111 Suddenly. while indulging 1 1 in these
a; ''fi life is a man such' n true believer! as: when he we how every word.I he let fall win! being mI1Iinpll'fl)feeling. .\lllllltll their hearts her one desire was, short of giving ul ) thoughts!, as she sat by the open port: 'I sluesaw
1'11 flings himself into" 11I1111'1111011ulluTl'.1 thither gathered' and, garnered: !in her heart amimemory. a sense of 1111l1HIllrpu.1. to make the poor girl .the next cabin hap- something move not very 'far from ner.
by his affections. AnI'thi:1: bud been, They were silent for I'n' ; py. ill! these! latitudes the twilight was! short I and
flue case: with Dick and Annie, who loved at "Why didn't I marry her?" answeredDUk. amid, then Dick whicpcivd huskily: : For many\. successive: days. Miss Hrand bad 11 but faded, and the moon had: not butt yet
t 1 Just sight, and pursued their impressionswith : ) "For very gisslreusuuIcunhlu't.: : : (Come into the cabin. never appeared either at or on deck. :' "It was too dark to see distinctly I ,
such hot haste that they found themselves ".Why, hadn't you money enough ?" Annie followed him \11(1 they were She refused: to leave her ( in. The Doctor it was some one in the direction ot I' Miss( ;
married before they had quite realized "It was not a question of money at all (thl'f' he exclaimed in I'oh'c fiI of IlItl'l' was eull'1111. and came out looking grave. Hnmd's cabin. Soon ulllolMa8.: at ri""i "
ra 4t' that they had met (Of course, in his! wife's \\\, were engaged! for a year, and then-" idly, You believe me, don't 'Ol knew The 'urltlll'l, the, Hlundells, all besoughther as the long white ue (' \ /;
,.TCS, Hick11 the finest! handsomest, noblest "And then-?'1 asked Annie eagerly, lo'thllJ of this: -of her being a passenger., II vain, to make an ctt'ort, but she through the port into the main challis
: creature the universe could: produce, "It was! broken oil'," said Dick :slowly!, ('OIMlIot answer him for passionate was! resolute She pleaded Il'lIickn'II.! Without another thought Alle divined, I ,;
He was !something of all these! but not to with face averted, nl\ll/lll abstracted air that Ifohblll languor, and finally grcwexllahle. her intention, and rushed on deck.: I name e.1
tile extent of his young wile's! imaginings.) appeared, to watch the career of each puff' of "Say vuu believe mite," cried Hick, kneeling Nothing w"UI.ltl'lpt. hlr UJI\'C." she to distinguish her husband in t the darkness '
Dick, on the other' hand, was not quite so stroke beside her in !'erplexlty Olt cbtf'I'!. 'said. she screamed his name. '
.tarried away by Ills ideas! about his! wife, for "Were yon sorrv ? Did, you part' loving "YCol"! .h5I! ,ill,c'1l-" 0 t'. (Blltl lick, Another week passed' : milCli Miss Brand .Dick Dick save her I '
he knew that the world contained far prettier her, loving each other) ? Answer me, J Dick- I eami't illr tie feeling uf ), Furgn'c mite. never appeared. :tl'\\'lrI: to grumble In a l'olent Dick Munro wasatlus: wife l
women ; but none, he fllt.'ere kinder ",,,Ullif( hick I" but I shall( -to see her. ; they thought she might crime to meals, ""I,',
ttr f truer than she. .\1\I1l0! this reckless: pairt "Yes, Annie, it was an awful time There, And she flung her arms around her husband's hit the boy who was told oil' to wait upon "What is it? he (' 'I. What has hap
t bad better I grounds than the majority for' I don't want to fl'lIIl'llIht'rllIytlaill more neck, as: she, confessed! this: to lim. her shrugged, his: shoulders, as though he petrel' .
taking the future: on trust, and chancinghappiness. ; about it. It is all over now. und I am married Look here, Annie," he cried, starting up. knew more than he chose: to say. Mrs.!! Ca- "Hush Punt let her hear you, Mil
: )' to the best little woman in the world "There is: yet half an hour ; say the word ruthcrs became nervous: and confided, to Annie passionately: ( ; and pulling f him, ttll\\
I Jhllllcr11" laid, and Annie was watching and, Annie, I wouldn't change her if I and I'll have everything up from the hold{ Annie, one day on (Il'lk. that she feared Jl'ussliraull : chili side, she pointed to the white figure
for her husband's!) return from the window could.1 nnd forfeit our passages' : 'Sou shall not go was: very i-peculur. in fact. Indeed about to take the fatal leap.
I "f a first! floor apartment in a street oil' Haker With this assurance! Dick flung away the if ,'ollllon't like" she dared ) say !she thought. There was no time to be lost. She I had I
street She had, not long to wait; \presentlyA end, of his: cigarette\ and, put his arum round :"Xo.no | I won't hear of your making 'U was too bad of her 'friends: to send a made the spring, and with u shriek, was
fine manly fellow, with open countenance Annie, who' nestled! ilose to his side., such a sacrifice. : I'll bear it. I know I am girl like that out without special attendant: gone.
and soft, expressive: eyes, came bounding\ up I ".\1111 where is: she, (Dick ?" !she' continued, fool:< hut i is" a feeling I have. I shall or relatives! of her own, to look after her. Dick !nIt all. In a flash: of thought I I I I I he '
the stairs: at the top of which he was met by by no means, satisfied!! 1 until she had heardeverything. Jl'wr be able to"see or think of her withoutremembering She' had been recommended the long sea tore oaf all superfluous tothlg, saying he
t. :i very adoring) little wife. that once I she \\11 as near to voyage, but she was: evidentlyunfit to travel. did so:
? "It\ all square, little woman" he exclaimed "In. England.: ); I believe She' came home you as! -I am." :So; obstinate. She' had taken a fit-a mania "It is: Miss: Hrand. She I hits fallen overboard. .
p 't: kissing! : ) her "I 1 have secured a. for her health" "Nonsense: : Annie Listen: to reason.: !into her head that she would not leave her For Ood's! !sake, stop the ship.
,i? capital cabin) on the upper deck, off the cudly. "Had she a pretty name?" YOllre wife, darling! ," he I'ail. h'wlcr'11 cabin all t voyage, and she supposed: no Being 1 splendid, swimmer he flung 11111I'r J D
; There nre very few 11:1I11C1l',1I/wn as: yet, "Now, now, \Irol! Inquisitive: -you are ly I ; then he heaped reproaches !! on his one could prevent her from doing as she self in utter her 1
.! "'IJ I bad my hick-Xo. 10. .\IIIII"W, let me wanting to know too' mutts" foolishness! for having told her anything liked" A cry of Man overboard I"! Lower the I
t 'half something to eat, for 1 am as hungry!: "Hut you will tell me, darling Dick," she about Adelaide Hrand. That evening Annie! confided what Mew boats !f" :111 rang through the I ship ; orlll'r .
a* a bunter" criisl, bribing( him with several kisses.: Forgive me, Dick darling, and don't be t'luth1: had told her to Dick. He was were given to slacken sail, ali volunteers
Saying this he disappeared to prepare/ for ""'('II. I suppose there I is no great harm angry with yourself. I was my f/ul for bcing nut sorry to find his wife open the !subjectof were at hand! to rescue both
dinner, while his wife rang to have it served in your knowing her name," he said, carelessly. : so) \,. 1 prolbe\"I. from her own accord, as it fhO\"l'l him her Annie stood on the deck in mute agony.
tquicklye : this: moment, that I will never allude to the mind was in I healthier Moments were like eternity How would
"It is one of(Ireen's best ships," said Dick, "then tell it me." subject again. "Do 'OI know Dick," she continued, all end? Was it thus she must! give up her
after they had )been seated table) I some little "You darling inquisitive little torment And, with an lmrtlhe dried her tears "poor Miss I Hrand is: in a bad way, and 1 life's joy ? Where these two to pass' into the
o I time: and his hunger allowed, him lo It i is: too bad: of you to rifle!: a man of all his! and smiled. wonder, dear, if-if-" other world together and forever? (Jod's
:\, talk. "I wish could have tllk"1111 over- /i1''rellOln tills undefended, way. Her name, (Dick looked at her with I puzzled air, and "If what ? Speak Annie, and don't be wi be done was: her brave and only
t::. laud ; )but I never bargained for getting; married then, if you must: know it, was Adelaide, then was: fain to take her at her word, and I 1 afraid" ) prayer, as with her hands pressed on her
when 1 came home; so the first!! t fewmonths I Hrand ; and, she was: the daughter of thejudge they went on deck together They I sat in : "Wl.l, if I might ) and wait on her and temples and her eyes: firmly closed, she
." : I went ahead extravagantly, and my chief.. one of the I't'r I sheets: and watched) the : of her 1 :houllike to if I might ; awaited that awful crisis.: I!
; n i lent such n lot of money that ills I just: a shore recede from l their view. How long I for t O Dick," seizing hil 1111, ,, by what 1 The excitement on board was oaten. t.
t i chance I had funds enough! to carry us back, A fortnight later Dick and his wife had. would it be before they should see it a.mil) ? : feel{ ,for you I know what she has lost and HOle of the ladies: wl'fln hysterics ; everyone ",:
: around the Capo even" wished: their friends' good-bye, and were onboard The thought was not without its: vein of sail-, I must now be !sulftring, and I am so-so- was anxious ; bravest of all was .
t't "1 am content," said Annie.! "::01); long as! the Miiymjlln[ whose blue-peter was ness, and they were silent Other passengers : I sorry for h<." the one that su Ill-red 10:1t: Toor Annie :;
1 r.2 ram with you I don't care where I am ;" for flying to announce that :she was getting soon followed 1 l them upon deck and were Dick f'lIullIl'tllilllt. First of all he was Amid the din and confusion: she looked up
I .:, the good little soul was full of admiration, under way to !sail that evening. sitting or walking as their inclinations: dictated. thill kill 1 -heurtedlittlc woman and whispered to the H""tur.:
a: ; Mild gratitude to Dick for the happiness ho Annie was pleased: with her ,'ahlllllllli its: he had for 1 wife, and how despite everything .'Tell me the worst!! when it comes."
i bud bestowed upon her, a penniless girl, by arrangements/ ,, which were all that an outfiller's Presently the Caruthers l'nllIC"Olpa. he preferred, her before all the worl The, crowd moved aside: to let her pa's.t"! ,
tailing In love and marrying her. (ingenuity could devise: to promote nied! by )11:41: Hrund. \on : wer me, PickS'uli't youlet the opposite! side of the vessel, where, Wltl .
"I should like to have taken you overland slnu'eund comfort, under extreme difficul Dick was holding his wife's hand which me? she asked. her hands still pressed on her temples
," reiterated Hick : "the trip i is so much ties. trl'lhlelll.1 turned cold within his own "I was: thinking, dear" he said, quietly, paced' up all down the deck in the restlessness .
.jollier, so much life going on and places to On deck all was confusion! (Jroups: of when Miss BranlllPlenf't1 I greatly: distressed "that I love you for your request but'l of her anguish.
be seen. Hut th'res no use! regretting; and friends: gathered here and thereto see the him hi, wife should would rather you did not offer It {is kind One or two ladies came up to her, but she f,
r u voyage round, the ('ap| m is not III) bad after last of each other for many years!!, were slitter, and he determined to let Miss! Urand of you-and like 'ou-hut you could never motioned them away. Only alone could.
all, ft you have a good ship and nice people talking eagerly The Doctor of; the ship understand that their-i>OMtion toward each do her any good poor girl. she live through these moments
un banal" came up to Annie and Dick introduced other must be that of total strangers throughout .S1'lyu"llccuuse.Ill At the end of half an hour the Doctor
( "Of course! It isn't," said Annie, prepared himself by ottering! her his .field glasses. Dick the voyage.It : don't ask me Annie Now came to her, saying :
to find everything delightful. und the Doctor entered Into conversation! was: a painful situation for all parties, that the subject is not tabooed between us: Hoth bodies, have been found ,
I 1 "The cabin Is. only ten feet square. I say, while Annie amused!' herself watching the but there was only one course for \hint to let me tel you that I would rather we kept Drownl't,.sl 1M ICrCllIIl'.
I little woman, it will bo a good test of affection novel scene before her. Passengers coming take quite a from her. I!it i is not well fur know )'et. There is still )hope
to live together in such close quarters some being hoisted up on board from the He prevailed on Annie to go to her cabin her to f>e in her cabin, would be worse for as every restorative is hand 5'."
tilt four months," remarked Dick, with a boats in barrel which hud been converted early ; and under the plea. of smoking a cigarette her, believe me, to see me always with :you. "It's with the ladv, She's gone,"
\> Hinlle.! Into a chair, while others made use of the he returned to the deck where Miss: Now do you understand!! ? said the sailor, who carried her on board 4.
i r':: Annie smiled! l back saying: "I think we ladder at the ship's side. The vessel I was to Hrand{ and the Caruthers still were. "Just us )'u\ please Hut 1 fee as If I but there's life in the gl'ntlelan.'
f o shall stand it," sail at 7 o'clock that evening. The captain Adelaide Brand was sitting in her chair, owed her some reparation, for Dick, And the speech : on from
\', "There's only u plank between and the and pilot were both on board. The chief officer silent, and a little apart from the others, darling, I have seen her anguish. I is too mouth to mouth.
j t 1- next cabin ; we :.lml1ll11.\'e to remember this, I II was Irylng the wind 'by means: of a when Dick passed her dreadful, and sometimes in the nigh when Dick was carried to the Doctors cabin, and
und keep our voices down to a whispering! further ]>cniiant. The second otticer was )Ir. Munro, he heard her call ; and he the ship is: quiet, and there i is stirring '' restored to consciousness: Health and
I pitch 1 giving orders about ropes here and sails : turned round to reply ; for this was the opportunity but the trl'llllf the officer of the watl'hl strength were in his favor, and his recovery
"The better to hear what OUT neighbors there. Every one seemed alive with inter ho was watching for. I dilnut then I lie awake and! hear her moan and was not protracted under the good care of
are saying," cried Annie making light of est. The afternoon wore on, and the ship lessen! the trying nature of lie sigh, and I can't sleep." I his wife and the Doctor. .
the hist disadvantage! that her husband had was to !'Iuilln an hour's tilll('. he hJOlketl1 ant saw that her eyes were Pour girl !I" sighed Dick, sadly "I has 1'oor Ailcliade, Brand was buried u few ,
to offer. Dick and Annie had gone down to the full been awfully unfortunate. I never cease to days after. Great were the speculations
As soon as dinner was over, smoking began cuddy, where most of the 111I.\'IenI'f.lIlImc) !! \h. Dick) I" she exclaimed. regret this trouble to her, and to us all. I among the passengers! to account for her fall
; ; for Annie, like Sarah of old, called her with friends had assembled! ) for u cup of tea ]lush, for Jod's sake !I" he whipcret1 would rather havs: lost hundreds of pounds overboard
h :" husband: ) lord, and forbade him nothing. The Doctor had. attached himself to them, Listen we must be as strangers than it should have happened. I am so ,des "I think I'll tell the Captain' the whole I
i In fact, If ever u man was in danger of becoming and was amusing Annie by telling her the you-front my soul I do ; and had I knownyou peratel'afraid that it will end in the old story, when I am well again," said Dick to
spoiled it was Dick Munro. Only names of those fellow passengers! whom he were (Ouinl I would have forfeited my misery.:" Annie one day, during his: convalescence.
be WIn good fellow and knew when he knew. passage subjected you or my \\hatoldmisery ?" "I don t know whether I ought not to have
i was well off. lie felt supremely so at that That's Mrs. HlumU-11.. wife of Colonel wife to this ordeal. I leave myself out of Nothing to do with me, dear, don't fear done so from the commencement. Hut 1
moment, sitting in u l'AJmfortabl"'I'IY chair, Hlundell! and her two girls, and the other the question. J have but one duty, and that I But say no more, fur 1 can't bear to revive was afraid of doing her on injury.
smoking an unlimited number of cigarettes! lady is: Mrs Macphcrson' -and her two you must see and know, For the future we :, old sorrows." "Was there anything besides her love for
J r ,r with a dear little wife sitting on a low stool daughters," said the Din-tor, in u whisper must be as strangers : it cannot be otherwise: Days all week passed. The Doctor sti you? "
very near chatting and laughing in her Indeed," said Annie, who finding her after all that has (happenet1 Forgive and went in lUt of Miss Brand's "Yes, there was this," answered Dick,
I t' IlriJ.hte"t'elll to amuse him tea flavorless, was glad to take u survey of pity me ; lot : fl'c for you. Ood I growing more and more serious as time touching his: forehead significantly "That
i'resentlythotalk grew confidential. They the six human beings seated opposite.: bless you !I" went on. The ship was sailing into warm Is why it was broken off. between us. We
'1 t. l&:1Il111arril'l\ such a hurry that they hud In the meantime u commotion was going He sHke| in I low hurried voice In a latitudes, having cOle safe through u belt of (hail been engaged for a year. A week beforewe
i $ everything to learn of each other except the on outside More pusscngcrs were evidently few minutes all was said, and he went for: squalls: ; each day the equator was gettngnl'url'r were to have been marie she went out
v I t-ardmal fact of their mutual fondness.! : Hut expected' und coming on board. war to smoke his: cigarette, leaving her in of her mind. I can't tel you any more. The r
now they could take matters easily, und tell It'su.. 0 und Xo. U cabins at last," suid, { Annie had often seen ls Brand as she blow nearly killed ; fur the doctors all
tt ;i each: other interesting reminiscences of their the IIteW1l1't1.h She had seen and read his face and knew had found her on that frt morning. Hut said that, although she might and did get
past: live.a Each !side of ours," whiipt'fl'tlnnie tl but to wt'l how determined he was. Ant lately her grief hud new turn At \\'I. she was likely to have u recurrence at
:' "And tell me, Dick," Annie began, lowering hick I'm interested l to see who thev are.: he was ; she knew that From frt tl night, when' Dick was smoking in the forepart time. Any strong excitement was sure ,
f' : her voice and drawing nearer as shenpuke She wuullke to have risen, but she) was hist the misfortune: Wf the f tit of the resell: Annie would come down tope, f.tal It is: three years now since weparted. .
I > tell mime;were you ever in love before silling Ilr back to the cuddy door, and I his. She was the prey of the gods, and must: to her cabin and in the stillness she could hOlldhe: wa thoroughly cured. 4
t .von saw me?" did not feel sufficiently at home among so submit ; that is, if !she could without breaking hear the poor girl murmur audibly : Xo doubt all would have gone well hud we 't .
I Dick took the cigarette from his: lips und many' strangers to leave Dick's side ;rum sheHanel I down utterly."Strangers "He might have waited he migh have never met again ; but as it has turned out,old
(Z puffed aside a d.mti smoke without replying l, keeping her attention alive until !"That wn what he had lal1 waited ; and then she would lutl'r incoherently memories were revived(l. and proved too
't though he wanted to evade! the inmiry. they should 'pass' into their cabin There was only one way of obeying I like one distraught. much far her. Poor Adelaide?'
Hut Annie was persistent, und demanded I expect; (those are the Caruthl'rslt last," ; might kill her, perhaps, but she would What poor Annie felt at such moment- "IW Adelaide echoed Annie with a
t an answer. said one of the Miss lilundells."Ineveryetknewtiurah it-she would never !see him again can never be fully described. She was uI prot untligh! Do you know, Dick I am
1 "What do you want to know for? You I t'nrthefln!! time It was far into the dawn when Annie pious I : little soul, and used to found a great glad 1 you tried to have her It must have
t should not be inquisitive:! Mrs. Annie," was I for In\.thhit" said Mrs. Buntdl "You awoke The shin had made some way during deal that some way might be out of been a happiness to her at the last. And
'hum reply, as he smiled."Inquisilive 1. ( upon it the wi have to the ni ht,and they were now out at sea; the trouble u "- her voice to a whis
\ ? Why, Dick, I feel as: If I'd Ili without her." the morning was glorious: and the sun It became an accepted fact at last that "and if she can see us now, Dick, she
r "1 like to know every day of your life since Hut you forget, mamma, she told us about to rise, Tempted by the novelty of Miss Brand was an invalid that kept to her Ier- that we mean to love and
you were bora. That's: because love you." they were telegraphed' lo at the last IIJICllttt the sighnnle got up and sat beside her cabin tier her always-you and I together rtem.
1 She It''lk.eJ1. in his face with such ten- take charge of some one going out Very square, open j spurt She enjoyed watchingthe "To bad," the Captain)' \a overheard to "My generous-hearted little wife" cried
tier "pleading. that Dick-softest:! hearted oft likely, that has delayed them" said the blue-green sea throwing up its crests of say, to send a girl on board in that state of Dick) ; dod bless: you for this"
t men where a woman was in gtLe.tiont'uult'I daughter white foam. Here and there were other health, ant without an attendant, too. Hut His eyes are full of tears as he kisses: her,
not resist her, You are altogether wrong, IIUIIIIIII\I this ships, some IIHU'wul'tl, others outward since i! here, you must look after her, and thinks,truly lovegains by giving-7ynr-
"Wh)', Annie\ Sampson, must have. givenin time, for there are Mrs. Curuthers Ill{ her bound, and beyond, the long line of English: IVx-tor. with the ladies, and we must make try'i Map unit,
to you, you know MI well how to coax.Wbat :. husband," cried the other daughter. .Do let cliffs rose from the sea and seemed to care the; best of it. They will have to send her ,
is: it, then, you want to Had out?" I us go out and! meet t11N u 1," not for the love they inspired( in the hearts hume again, I expect, a soon as she get Ot.a IE'I fnR'i'-TllirenerY.lu: the
"If you were ever in love you know before They went t, leaving Ukk.lIlIit', and /the of those approaching them, or those who out." LllQI.ltct"ttr. I, as that
l you knew mile" I DiH-tor talking about some t'dl'rtl..ll'l "\es, cores of times-with every pretty I. going on al that time, the end "hidl )' She was about *fo n'tuf to her l berth The weathergrew "l'r)refused) I"I 1I.': the meru'uf! *generation '. we have seen
j girl I met," cannot learn for many months. when her attention was arn'ho by a !sigh of calm, when the bll\ to move, but ll'tky lghty.thl conquer 11e moat,
"That i is not what I mean I know you I Hut .\nllit"1 illtl'rc't went with the Hlun that came, us she thought, from withoutthe laid like a lug in u t. molten glass.. a !! eighty-one dictator of
are a flirt you need"" not tell me that ; but I ,dells, and her ear caught all they said ship la the cabins it was stilling; and Adelaide Knglaud; and Earl Mussel at fifty-nineexi !
were you ever engaged/ ; !-to he married ; so After they had exchanged,>l greeting, she Dending forward through the open port, Hrand. was buffering intensely. The other l>lnier ton. and Lyndlwrst at eighty-eight*
that-O DUk, might have ln...t you? Answer I heard Mrs. Caruthers say, l1ttr\.IIIp someone she swtlelIJt Brand, who was leaning lady is Lengtr hail grown tired of the refractory discomfit opponents hy his oratory (on the
1 me beriou>ly, ye! or no?" I who had evidently)' rCIin to in fl'tll hlr | UUl weeping bitterly. There invalulamid left her very much to pair' duty). and Kilg'mam of Prussia
"Seriously: then= \"t'llh ." the ;. was no thought, us there was: no fear, of her"ailing herself, She board puzzle to them all and I lit seventy-three'' invade and "
".\ who to?" she cried, u pang of jealousy This Is the young lady under my charge. overlnKird, for her cabin was opimsito only one on knew the truth, that, and Plo; }1>nJ> at venty-Ight conquer council'rnct :. .,
hliootin< through her heart, und tin- Allow me to introduce you to Mil. 'lhulh'l to. the main chains, that hung before her dared not be revealed. uf l'hr.teltlol tu change (al 1 ttrtholkI '
i'oneealcd, showing itself in her t'nos. and her daughters-very!! old friends window or i p,urt. Poor .-nnil. from her i>ort, still kept I silent i. 1 arishot'
"There now, 1 am a fool. I ought,; not to I Mrs. Hlundell. iS .tltuitBruld.." Her attitude was: evidently one of despair, watch and yearned with all her soul to a monarchy t'u"Itr.t\l" at seven tVfou'r
have: told you," cried Dick who had I'\'ohlln As though she had. a blow, as if calling upon sea and sky to help and comjiussioiiate the sufferer.At I I stand forward the one man with '
her face what !she was ft*I ing."Indeed j Annie heard the name, and shivered with pity her. length a breeze sprang up. How grate I "Utkll'lt to control the { and en'f'
you ought. I want to hear; tell ''pain. Hut khe kept' t-ilence. Hynowonlorook At UlIl'l'nnlo divined the l'aU"of 1 her. ful Wl'1 all on board to feel I the ship going !: fc'T50; uf a defeatist Ilrlt .
me nil about it. It will be like reading a wUItII., l hetr.what .ht frit. Dick i sorrow. To her I was no 1t'rl The situation I even live knots, an hour After the three }- rICt Ln'' Heacoiulield dMieartened to dU-
novel, with my husband fur tho hero." I had ; lie was. ton much engrossed' ww pitiable In the ( for 'both o'clock dinner was over, all hurried on deck the at seventy, and at
pick thought that he would rather say in his discussion! with the Doctor. (Hut what I women. At glut moment. Dick, who was to welcome the breath of air that was waiting hU fPI I'lt. by frau of pOJular l\cnt'
nothing more, but she kept pleading; und I would he say ? Did he know ? dreaming,.gave a troubled sigh in his sleep."And to n'fn'h them.As wuluut11.Ic\ in : history. or.tur
whatever he may have felt for another wo- The |>artyouUidc lIIu\'el forward toward this i is to last for four U'ltIS." the evening wore on, the ladies hail .1 IngU"h against the: disturber
luau, he was married huts and Ids affection their cabin, Mrs. l'arthl'f leading the way thought Annie, with a sob. It is h1I'} i. their tea brought to them on deck. Every tlllol )Ir. Gladstone
wholly given to the little wife at his They had to ISe.:{ his wife. .\nllt=I bio It cannot he! How hall we all live one ui board "'W I good spirits, all exceptour ; the seventy"I'l'l"thl which might haw promnuuv -
aide. It wa this certainly himself that heart beat und all but stool still us Ikk, through it? And' Dick Poor Dick friemid.lnnie, who felt wci/hed down bysad bvva made. by a whole cabinet, and the
made: him yield at last to her entreaties, having finished his argument, turned to her She longed, if .ht might to comfort the presentiment and the l'll'tltn of anoth. I, objection raised. against tichuf them i is, tnt
although JiU winuioa 'iie told !him such and sail : p H>r creature in the next cabin{ but l..m"lla. err borrow. I II,is too vehemeiity.. marks
old stories are better left unditurl in "I i is hot and stuffy here : let us go on tion from her Annie thought, would be Dick noticed that the was looking lol\ : thplltl! to rlelurt to enclctlc.wildly (rout the t\
their gr.1Wi111 drugging up of the old irony. Well, (nd! knew she pitied her. and .,1 I. al''I.tOue1 gru\'C, t

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.1 t T RI'BXlxa.ttpon not think the Tanner experiment'wonderful. J. & T. KYDB Fr.onrn.m
Then she went on to tell of n eae of JACK-ONVIU.E }Fi.\ March li '
the bills thc wind t U: !hurp} and cold, : ; I Iso.! 1
'1'11 wither on tin w old" fasting in ,,,tln\lli. The river Clyde one On 11I\,11If'tl'f thaw date Traiii tin thus: 1:1\,1: :
And( sweet w,01.m'\I.III\\"c young grasses wandered from thy fold! ; day broke through its bed and the waterrushed ('01'. C'rnlrr mind Third M*., rr.KXAXIMXA, ri.Ollll, will run as folio** :
into the mines below. .\ number of
Hut evening brings us home. miner"' were drowned, the suddenness of the Are constantly adding to their stock of Staple and FancyDDDD DAY PASSENGKH: : : (Kxnrr: ?'r-'SI'\\)

the mists stumbled and the rock, flood cutting I otr nil escape. One miner pot DDDD) ) } SSSSSDDDDD :: : \A'A\V Jneksonvllle rul.t.:: .,
we OOO
Among : OOO
I ) RHRR YY YY C the into an old shaft that bad been abandoned, : \ IA-UVC llaldwin .. ;nm>:;! .\. MIxave ,
whiten and fox SSSSSSSDD : : : : :
Where the brown : I OOOOO }DDDDD)
) RRRRR: YY YY tiC; ; and here he found himself safe )from : \ IxikeCity .HM::\:\ .\. '.
from the scattered DDSS)) :
Watches the straggler wlllt'r'l OO OO OO DD)
} ) DDHR) HH'Y YY (i HI 8 lill! OO
t 1 l
stared 1-1
flocks A worse fate, however, now t ooH) DD) SSSSSSDD : :: Leave Live :' ir. II.
j YYY t(5! ; OO 0000
the face. It was impossible for him to limb DD) DDRRRR Arrive Savannah:: sA: r.i. .
Hut evening bring* in home. OO OO DD 11):4) : :
) )DDHR) HH YY ( Ill CHili( OO OO
make himself heard There Savannah) S.IHI: .
out 1I0tl'olllIIi : : : \ Iicavo : \ :1.1.1'II'l'
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DDDDD RR RR\ YY lie't; ( {
The sharp thorn prick U*. and our tender seemed no puMsiblenlcanMof communu'atiim I OOO OOO UHHH:4:4\) : : :;: \Live Oak.; r. M
fcet with the world ulllln't the cud ot sixty In-axi like Pity :.nn' r. 't.

Arc_cut and bleeding, and the !lamb repeat days some slow-going,) person of enquiring ('Ioahln Hut!*. ('lIlt!'!. Hoot*. Shoo! C'CC'. 1"111I111lwlll'. 7:0": :> t'. 'f
Their pitiful complaints\ : rest i io: !swat turn took it into his head to exnuiiuctlit' old .Arrive lackonvllle: oIII.i: :i r. 't.

When evening brings us home. shaft' as: be felt a little curiosity know ---- MAIL AXD) l'XI'H--I: !::: (Dutv.)
I whether the water: of the ('i\'llc'ha,] "found "

We have been wounded hI. I the hllllh'r':4Iart : their wav there. Tying a pier of lead] to a DRY GOODS AT xgYOnK RETAIL I Pill CIS..t 1\\0 hcane.hu'ksum'ills White: House..".. .>J:1.:.:>":; r.f. M.Leave
( !!, rope, this'investgating: { person: let it down hail i --- --- --. Rddvvin................. ...... 7Oi: \>. .t.
(Our) ('\'I'oIlIrl'1': \' 11l'1LValld our heartsSearch into this shaft, and he t thought, after he .

: for thy coming':" when the light departs lowered it, that he could hear a human I tt- \II-lIt for DKM.IN. Orders: promptly\' attended to."ft-V I l.1./\\.I.lIl1t'1'\\"ilh.Sanderson: .. :;s.07:2.I': ; I'. M.Uave M.Leave .

voice, but the tllUl'O1111': faintly, mini he -
H-III': '.
Olnstce :

At evening, bring us home might hauled have tip the lIIioIIl'III'I1.f1'r lead: and wa: surprised awhile\, l he to SANJJOUN: & HOYT Ix-ave Mt. Carrie! ........ v.:.. !0'0:5: : \: 'i.
I\I! : .
Arrive bike City f. R.l
The darkness: : gather Through the gloom liula piece: of clothing attached to it. 'l'imepoor
Live Oak. '.!:I.. .\. 't.Arrive'l'itllahasste .
no star wretch belowya* still Illin'.III1,1 bail :-::1:1'0TH1I.T.: : \) :: : : :XEAR: CEXTRE: :, "eaivi' 7.;"" .\. M.
Rises to guide u". We have wandered far. managed to make this sign. Ai>tance vi"' : /.i
Without thy lamp we know not where we hIl1l'llintl'l'alh'I, men were lowered into Arrive Albany.KI5); ,\. 't.
VV Hot IV Arrive Savannah. !MHt; ,\. M.Leave .
the shaft, and tlicstar\ing man \\a broughtto
areAt evening bring us home! the surface: nearly dead!I. lie III111IJI'I'1I1111thl' Savannah -L4."o::" v. u.
SHIP CIIANDLEH8) Ix-avo Albany\ 1:1\\: \ r. M.Leave .
time \\ithout food, but had been ,
The cloud: are round u*: and the snow-drift* of water, and. had tenaciously ilung Tallahassee: ... o:4" I'. ii.Lease .
) :!:t":; .\. M.Leave .
) hits
. thicken.O to the huge that he would bo rescued.' The vxn ivl.nt. IN
Like ( o:;dl'> .\. M.Leave .
thus -'hl'\llll.tI.1t'II\'I': \ u* not to sickenIn greatest interesta CAcited in the case. It City
the 'wa*tl' night-our tardy footsteps: wa thought: that the unfortunate 111.11 \\ould I .. ____'" ..,_____'"' '1'___._" '" "' -- ).lt. Carrie:. 4:1: :*1 .t. 11.
quicken.' lose his life: but with careful nursing: he tit HAY ,1 I t'OKX OATS ititll'1{ i I i/nTi: I-t I I '/'. Ix-nveOlustee\ t: 10 A. M..

At evening 1 bring u:* home length recovered to tell his: icmarkablostory w'a! j a"-.a Leave Sanderson:: ,VJO; A.M.
O'ltricr-; U-ave Darbyville. r::;..i .. w.
and to be the wonder of his: day.: -
Jotirunl.THK --- 1..II\lB.II.t\\'lI1.\ ............................ (00.)1.: .
M1SCLLL.IXKA. [Leave White House: Titi: A. M.

astronomer of the Providence Journal, A 1.WIEI'K: \ OK) l't'Itxl'r'uul.1L11,1VS: : OX HAXD.: Arrive .Jacksonville.................... T:M .t. M.On .
FUOM I Ella TO RnflllCTKIl: OX A BlC\Ct.K.; says in reference to the heaven during! ; August :1lillllltI : Train Slci-ping ''U1tllll *
2-1!> Express' :
A bicycle and I its rider swept\ tli rough West : .111titer,, will be a superb object to lily through to and 'from 1 ..111l.k"OIl'illll11,1/
West Main and East; Main( the evening.
beholder during August
avenue, every \ Cars'run(
Savannah:: ; also, Lucas Sleeping :
street yesterday morning at 1raphl a" he I, comes beaming; above the Imri/on likea ARLINGTON NURSERIES. through to and 1 from. Jacksonville) and Tal
rate. (jo people \\'IIllIll.t\.1 why the young brilliant moon. He rise: "'11I""t, 10, at ;
nun devoted, the :Sabbath morning to such the end of the mouth, about .s. :Saturn: iv i lahassee.FEHXAXDIXA:
.; sport, and a small boy on the four corner morning star and, follows. i'losfly In the wakeof ----. : : )( ]::X l'mIhtl.: ( .\ .)

:screamed, "He'011 the homestretch !" The the more brilliant Jupiter lie i is, however I IM'-IIVO Jaekvonvllle..ttH.H.\ .

rider dismounted in front of the WhitcombHoue no mean object for observation, as he 'I'IUU-J\I and sr..iii-Tuoi'ic'Ai, I'ltltl'1''I'R1ES.; I4)SIS,1)1(1: : n. Arrive llaldvviu\ .PJt: ::;n i'. M.Arrive .

placed leis machine in the hallway, rises to the northwest of his rival and about Fcrnandina.......... ...... ...... 3:111: v. \1.
and without noticing the l'UI'lnu.taZl'! of the! a half-hour: (later J lie is increasing! in si/.e rorsniui \'I.ucan\: :: Kiiiiritsinui ri.on IKIn.vrs.: Leave Fcrnandina..................... ..10'M:: ) \. M.

people, walked to the desk and 1 registered and clearness' : tint and i is: well WIII'IIIIIf Leave Baldwin.................... ........ I;::*) r. >r.
11. B. Thompson, bicycler' on the road." attention in his: present }phase. On the 'joth .--- Arrive Jacksonville: 2:1:G;, r. tT.1'a.s'ngerv .

Mr.I Thompson resides III Erie, where he thereill I'l'I close conjunction, between! for Fcrnandinn and Cedar "I'.v'
teaches: the art of bicycling, to a large; l'1a"o: l'tlllIlI:4111111: Venn, those planet: being then XF.W: VMI 1'i01.InTn\ (( : : : :: ItmldtMl Orungc'I'i'ces :'1.111'l'Ec'1.1.TY.: :: ( take) tld* train No train! from I P..ildwin tt.

of pupils: lie left there on Friday last at 2 forty-live minutes of a ..h.gn'l'1,111'1.\ 'Ihi. Cedar( Key on\ Sunday.CoNxnVioN .

.. m., and alighted; III front of the Mansion( phenomenon will nllord a tine opportunity' --- : *.-At 'Baldwin with .\., U. .\;

\(House( Buffalo at 11 p. m. that night having to the telescopic\ student for a tll,1\.f. the \V. I. T. U. H., for Cedar Key, CialnesvilU"
i pased over the ninety-three miles: between contrast in planetary: colors: the delicate tint J:' :Bud: for i10s0rip11.o{ Catalogue.! mind FI'I'IIIIIIlllIa.1111 all points North toolVest

the two cities in eight hours: an hour of t'tlIIII"111,1: the inimitable soil golden Ai.iir.itT i. nIU\\I..I.: \ ; at Like City for Tallahassee, Albany.Savannah .

having been lost upon the road. .\t ;a t p. in. hue of Venn being beautifully\ illustrated.Trami JACKSOXVII.l.K.: : FLA.K. : and all\ \points North and 11'Kt :
Saturday: he left Bullalo, and arrived at Batavia [ :* set" now'at about St::! >, at the end IIf 1II' at .IIH'k""IIVI1l1' with St.:: Johns Hivor: Steam

at N:2I:: 1'. m. having I kept, in motion the the month about sunset 'l'he.lugnst: t moon ers J. :S.: McELHOY: ,
entire timl'1 11:30: yesterday:. \ morning. i Ill'Il'I't full on thel Uh. The new moon of time .rith >.. 1I1.Xlunsox.T.I"ITIIl: Tin FLORIDA "'. Dvvinsox( ) '' :Master; Transp'n.!

Batavia and arrived 11l.ftIt! &: (.*>. At pays her respects in quick succession to four :Silperillteinleiit.JACKSONVILLE.
1:30: this: morning he will start for Syracuse, IIf the planet, to Mercury on the f>tli, tin A [\ \ li AM 11 Fl"HXISHIX;: ( IMPUOVIMKXT:: : COMPANY! _._

where he expects' to take supper.: From the day\ of her birth, to \1'1111:011111: the (lib mtndlo t rl'o\\'s (: :: ) :, PEXSACOLA: :: ) ANJ

City of Salt he proceeds: to then ; thence to \1.111111"/11\11 Mars( : on the Nth. On the 2.V:\ iT.\i> iitTAur.it: : ( ': HAILHOAD.: )

::41'111'1'1Falls, where he will remain a few the moon i i" near' .Jupitermimid on the'JItli: ----- M.1sTEa'rn1Ksl'otmTtTmil\'s OKFK:, [

.1.\\:01,1\1\11: return to Erie by another route. she i I" near Saturn. FIFTH :ST., FF.UXAXDIXA) FLA. Tvt.i.\iiA8.rE, )Fi.\., February ;3!, 1'1'11I.> >
f what others l-Vriiiiiulliiii.
am merely doing many areemijnyinguplemt"uretour
through the coun ]h\I.TII IN sir.M.MKK.-rToo II" p("\tee I On ami after( Monday, February '-', !$>/''.',.
I find) it pleasant shootlugalong observe: the same rules: of living in the ". TOM its" HI It. It. I.Iiio, passenger' trains of this snail will run as follows
try. very I
days that thevdo in the bracing atmosphenof'fall I : viz:
the hills: and through valley.: There'sa : ,
and winter, and, as a rule, they pay I .mud ('<' !ar Ii.c')'.
goid deal ut'pnrt about it, too. People PASSEXOEH: : : 'I'l\IX-Jo\HT: HOUXILeave : /.
the country don't exactly understand: what dearly for t their imi\>nidence. Eve i in tin' (' Chathllmus nhec.daity at. 2110 J'. u. I
fut little i i" taken tll
one is doing; when he whirls by the farmhouse matter of clothing l care I taliiiTh Leave ( IIt\l'Y! :'e.i M.U'tive .
and before they can hind out you are I'rllvilh'lgaill"t sudden changes: of temperature \ Tallahassee.? ntHir.( 1<<.
down\ the tad. Sometimes they see or during period of intense (beat to reduce Monticcllo ., 7111] ',
way r. the of the I body. Man( I OlFers to Lessees: and] Purchasers a large! Leave M.
you coming/ and then the whole house and temperature I sui) Leave (;ircenvllle... H :.IS i: MLeave
its\ V'bitlll':4"lItl': called out to witness "the jiersons often reckless thcniselvcs! : : to the number of the most eligible! and desirable! Madison..........'.. t U *'tll'. M.
while olll'nfl'
.. .. strange sjiectacle. Th1pm pas. a wagon in the most Imprudent, manner m to ,the kind and I it.s: suitable for lliisiness: Purposes or feu Leave Live Oak.............o.. 2 !la: .\. M.
and the horses' shy" little, and you hear the equally,r' ) II'.II.IJl.4:' ) :: WOODEN: COFFINSAXD ) Arrive :Savannah.: : ......... !H (II) ,\. 11.
The latter Is
their food.
exclamation of !surprise mingled;, occasionally quality. ( th'rntloll. The a lIIo"tillll'.rtullt ) CASKETS: City or Suburban' Ui'sidcnre: Arrive Tlioinustlllc: .......... tl.5.A.1.':
withIn oath as the farmer rein III hi* l'IIII lnl'lerLIlli .\ rrl\' .(! Albany. .ii:3.t.'i.) :
the food the
team and wonders! what passed him. }Do more how few nourishing restrict I themselvcsorshow the ;least: WHITE: METAL AND. Si SILVER PLATED) UPON KASY: TKH.MS.: :; Airive Likeity; ............... :I t.:5.1 .\. ;\1-

tliednbwbutbvCmczVell.lautuuch: Yousee Arrive Baldwin; ........:. II! 25: .\. w,
in the for
discrimination: selecting supplies: TRIMMINGS(
the curs! don't very often know that onei their tables!I during the summer months : Liberal Discounts) : on Values: allowed tojuirtieH Arrive Jacksonville.......... 7.r>() .\. sr.Arrive -
i I" coming mttll'yuu'urt/ near enough to soon moderate exenisc abstention CONSTANTLY OX Ji.SU.61 $ 1..flllllllllllll..r....... 34tH'. Sf.Arrh'l' ,
Frequent bathing, : .
get out of the way. In the villages,; they are far from all excitement ; engaged in mnnufui luring or industrial a:* as possible!I ,
much surprised.: The bicycle i i" almost unknown of drainage cleanliness \ --- who will the Arrive ('e imtr Key.......,..... ...... !.l.TOr. si
and the111'01' tire of asking \ rigid supervision cntcrprii.es, erect on property
queMtinny in the of tin V.iSSKxil'It'I'Il1IN-11'EHi': : ; ( : ; BOUND.
and I toget not only living rooms Bodies: wIohC'OIllIel dressed: 1 and preserveduntil
> drink investigating.of ginger-ale or water.generally" "stop\\ hat house, but in all the obscure: places: aboutthe burial with or without tin- n"o.of ice. purchased: substantial, jiuproycmenfsfor Leave Jacksonville ......daily, at. b,:\\I) 5'. .vLeave.

tin a think of the bicycle-back' theory, I'n'lIIj"coI-tlll''c: are safeguards which mi Remains!l exhumed /l1I.ll'llIl'I.11II ('UI'Ifur rcMdcncc, or in which to conduct their )Fcrnandina' ,.......... .lll.'iliA. M.
you caused person, however robust his health, can afford removal.Telegraphic.. IA'fVvhtili'sVtile.! : ......- H02.t.1t! ):
that said to be by usillg'Ihe
bicycle deformity?" "I know it to bo an error. to disregard. The list! of ills!l that Ail- : orders promptly attended tll..JI..hll business.IXDUCKMKNTS! Ix-uve Cedar Key ...m.. -I 3'\ ) A, M
low the neglect ofthcsoonlinary precaution I..ull1111101111 :. 7 (Mi r.tlAxmVo
;So; far from causing deformity I know that : __ : TO MANITA.TIW-(
__ _. __ ___ = I "
and all serious in their effect -- l Like \ .
man's i i.* very long, are : - City ... .fri'4'l i'- M
form bicycle\and practice shape more tends: than to develop other a sjiort. upon the human frame. 1 II. i:. oTTiitiit, "\ KHS:: : by exemption fora term( years: from Lt uve Nttvaniiiin -1 ,10: ( r, sLave ,

) any ) )Live Oak................ 2 15 \. MLmve
into action the
taxation offered the
Every: muscle i.s: brought by several cities' and
THE UUHJM; lit'u..:.-A woman never Madison ... ...11..1< :31 .\. .t
und the chest i k thrown '
lungs arc tested
and the shoulders back by the practice. grows old. Years may pass over her head, I+lmX.SUIX.FJ.OJW.) : I .\, town Apply' to Leave (irt-cnvillc.............. ...,.. 4. ;jl J!) A, MLeave
but if benevolence and virtue dwell in her '
.Monticello ... 5151 .
.. II\ 11rrU'
When 1 began 1 was xtoop-shuiildenil; heart she is as cheerful as: when the springof j2 >Ollc! ; cor, ]heath fi; 7th) st.*' .. Feriniiidiiia.HJlf .. 'I.
.. ( ,
regardedusaconsumptive. Now there i 111 none 1'\: un I II. IX \ (' Tallahassee: ...... .. TOO A tiUtlVeTallahussc
life first ojieneil to her view When we
.... H :\\11 .t. Ic,
of it. shoulders
My are square my look a good woman we never think ofher ---
upon OS .,.
'I Groecrlcs Leave Jiilncy. .It) MArrive
the of nc Fttmily'
believe that
IUIIII'OUIIII. No. use age; she looks a* charming as!I when the 'rnEi: ':'I'1' ..vSeioiid DROTIIEIC: "
the h s Cliattuhooclicc._ ......11 ail A, w
bkycletendstoprunitehealth: mudsymim-/ rose, of'outh first: bloomed on her check.
metry of form.' That rose has: not faded yet ; it will never ANli / Street oj.po.sjte I'ust-Olllee, CONNECTIONS.At .
f.idc In her neighborhood she Is the friend Live (Oak daily with the a'II1f1.h.Iorhln .
}>U"ERT'Xl> FLOWERVick's MmtMyMmjiiintt und )bemicfactor.Vhu does!not respect and PROVISIONS.CiisUimcrscuti :: ,. ..nqI'III.1'rFltN (- and Western Kuilway to and from

that always: brings us a treat in love the womanlio has passed' 1 her days in l-Ia\'allllllh.I1",1 all Northern; Eastern! ami .

the \uy of good amid Useful reading, says ul't'lllf!' kindness and mercy-who has lain I Western Cities.At :

there are many who have large &-arllellSu\II1: the fri'l\IllIf a man and O Jod-who*>u whole Like City daily with tho Fl"dd..11- i i
often the plants in those are 11111'lluut und I life ]limit been a scene of kindness mud love : : rely njim getiing CHOICE( : ; t rid Hallroad to and; from 'J\'k < \\hlietltigustimie i

'y.. ju.t thrown away, Those plants, !should awl a devotion to truth? "'0 repeat) such a I ; : Pulutku Elltl'rlri"I'.1\I1I1: I-und,
they bo given to some i>oor neighbor; might,; woman cannot grow aid\ She will alwaysIx C-OU\Io;; \ ; ;, usNOTHINti: iigh ooI till the M. Johns' Hivtr.At .

prove a great "'Il's ing. ,.\ little time spent ; fresh and buoyant inspirits, and active in BaldwilIail; with the Atlantic, (inli ,

in persuading! some poor overworked woman the most humble deeds of and benevolence. und West India Transit Railway to and fromI'crtiaiiilina
to to a plant in her window I mercy HUT: THK: FINIXT UUANDS\ :\ this
try grow If the young. lady desires toretain OaincNville! C Key, and
would not be time thrown uwu'i'; and us the bloom and beauty youth, let with steamers! for Tumpu, Key West anti
she looked from her '
up at your fashion I Havanii,
her IIIIt'id,1 to the of and
smiling gift a prayer might rise in her Start let 'her love truth sway and V'irtmieundtotime are keltlmmsttmk. !: At ChattahiHH-hee three times weekly with a
(Jive to the little child itsbeauty folly: _. .. .
for you. u plant clos'eof lift she will retain those feelings --- ------- I the People's Line anti, (Central Line Boats:! to

may often keep that little one from which now make life appear' a garden of .'%(...:.. at ..'nll xu. and (rum Columbu., Eufaulu: Fort. (iuiru-a.
harm. Mr. Yick has often thought if flow.cry .. fresh and Al'llal'hltullulIII other River )Ltndings. '
sweets-ever ever new.
could be introduced by those |ieoplevvho ': .EItirantlcrpjiigand Parlor (:dU tlie,'.\ r
\ ('OSJ'flO( EI: ,
: ;
take tracts to the homes of the poor, that PLATO said to his servant once whenangry llAKJmXlt 11 MKlniir and Lucu Patent, run daily Inween -
their vUiU would by welcomed with Inure "I would Lent thec, but that I Tallahassee und JackMinville
: am
I cuuicEGroceries ; : : ; ; KAMiKUS:
joy. The love of flowers ojiens the hearts of angry." Plato was a heathen, !but this incident -T-t*< uick time, sure connection, perlivt'afcty.

mot people, and the kind words of the giverin might put many Christian mother to 'fiX H1IKKT-IHON. (!' ElMJAU: VLIET.:
(.IK.. .., mid 1'OhM..OIIII. ANII WAIH-;:
sink into the IUI.Ithe
moat cases deep heart
have often struck If'tt Master
shame, for they or punished Transmitatioff. | I
will linger and keep gooil
memory up i! ) their children while angry. Punishment HOOJo'JSCiSU (IT..nBlsCJ.tTtITW.It
influence. The room that may \be very Inflicted in anger seldom\ accomplishes TOYS .\XUSCY AHTICLKH.Wtddings '( : IV. K. IIAUK.MCJIIT. '

bare will be brighter for some beautiful children\ to detect .: WOOD PUMP -
any good ; are quick passion Kntork : .\'.ENT.
bloMkims in it. Borne::! persons+ imagine that in their parent, and note when u blow : Kntertainments; und J'K-II il'll.Cunaihl'llut ,
dowers cannot be cultivated without. a large i lt: struck in anger. Then, as they express it. the shortest notice, at rm.k-Uit- J' large of .Stovs on band.
amount of time and labor Lot spent on them. "Mother slapjicd! me because: she was mail," tout I'ri.t'l s, a c'Ull.11111 (xnui are our prices with those of BUTCHER AND)STOCK DEALKIi.: ;
This U mistake of course, large gardens atAXOKL'S
seldom\ The AriDirssler
and they are not right. original : IIAKKIIY: other hums, here or elsewhere.
anti coolly green-house plants will require intention of puni.-hiiic.nt U. of course, to i'entivHtrcet t I -, lu !.....
a Ach, but we are dealing now only with a punish wruug-4llillg. anti if ]M, Mible. prevent 23 Opji. old P. O. liuilding.JUT -- TENNESSEE: :/' : IIEKK; A' HPEC'IAr.fS! >
few-perhaps only one plant for the poor, O. H. OAKEN
t it in the future. It often en the really i jor. They cannot try. but many: outbur of and the llIII"h- 8TKKCT W If.art
could give them a few seeds, a few plant, if meat is but an excuse teinj-r for its J Do T It VTK rtoxTiarrou: AXD UUILu.n.I : UHf FERNAXJMNA. V\*&
\ would\ only think over the matter. A .... .
they lunihlurch your children in atmgm'r. It docs -- ---- -,. -
. single plant of Toop'zJuluwijaa would \bloom) more harm than Ioflll You cannot ) Ul't'u'1'l'IIUI JAMES }IrGll'FIS..
ano1l1h..l itt delightful perfume over a room always help being tli- and 'rvukwlwhen l.i\ W. I/JIIMAN.VS
a whole season. A few seed of tweet alurn )'*- your children I\\ll'li"I..t Then, wait L MOtTLDlXOS. lUtACKKTH.HAWKI: ) AND rO XTR A OTO R: A N I) nUIIrH' "

!> in a box would do the same.! .\ |loctui. until your mind h I-effect collected and 'n itS.:U JI.\I.t'H1'l.It.: ', NEw'F:1r: : ,

i. nLi plant put into a quart tin-can (front i-ool, then {.. the time for the punishment.Itenieinber -FAMOL'Srreparrd ;- KTAIK HAII.H, WOOD KAVrXortillri : : -- .
which tomatoes, etc., may have been tuken what Solomon; "Flediserrtiuu HHI-LVriHXJ, Alacluu Street, between rVtt> )il and TiFERXANDIXA
and such are found in nearly all houses), says, Flour. WKATHK1MJOAHD: : 1 l
of defcrretu hU and it i b
a man anger; .:
and given to ,ome little boy or girl with his glory to |irL t* over a transgrewion." t IXU 451'J.AJOH.. FLAOnlcrs 'I
the charge to take ('arts"( itand ht you hear I -- ISO
tlowern it bore
how ojien '
frv..h an
child., which will linger in the heart and aware in the past few )' Urw. Tht total I I f AMJNIC./" -Ther*' will Ua togtdina'rw:
bring forth fruit.A eij-.rt of (cereal in lrw' were 1,'*>. ,noilIi, I A SPECIALTY.IMM1IW : AL munU-ation t if Amelia 14dgr,1'*-, tit

liusheU. and\ 159tukllM. o bushel in 11*. In .... I)1... on Monday evtuinjf. 44;"'
SCOTCH t'IUB.N'uttl h lady hair 1111.I ; tl jrr JT rent, of the whole nroductwa 'Itt'f OI.Il I' o. la'lI.DIXU. ASH WINDOW FllAMKS: i''d: at 7J u'l-luck. shani. TranrhimtbceciitUW! (
to be conversinjr with a t'ovrifrJouri4irei >> exported and eleven cent in 17*. _. ,, -
iiencd |vr --- --- OF ALL "'ZJ-:'''. are Pratt dally in vitoC to attnul.
-,rtertbeothy! lay, when the subject The xnortatioiu of livestock have /increax! I SITUS('HIIIKTOTIIK: MIIlioU.: *PKU: l'l..t (diet U'I z 11'. 1 11.. F fcfUTT, UIt
Tanners fasting came She did ten-fold in the lost two *'l for six month
of Dr. up. )'t'1IN. ; JaM Ftmiandina, Fla. Jour ,. Warner, t+errctaar7


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'.: : SE/t1"IS., f ; suiwonr? This tine river heads in the Okcfenokee Carl Sthur in his: Indianapolis speechsaid
The StateadmliiNtratfonVaWdinto Democratic The inN-rpJu t of tfie cities .larkfonvillc to depredate
SATUKDAV, AUGUST J 4, 1x80.1) ./ Swamp in Georgia/ and passing nearly a due : "I shall certainly not attempt
hands on the hot January, lM"7. The and I Fcniandimi and of in the Hancock and
every county of General:
'" -- -...--., .. southwesterly: course! empties\ into the Gulf the character
Democratic; party were pledged to a reduction Second( PiMrift of Florida, we believe, would he has rendered to
InfIOU\:: : (, 'rl( IU''I'. of Mexico u few miles: north of Cedar Key. the great !services
of tuxes and of expenses. They have be far better mih On its east bank lie the counties of (Columbia the country, He is '"
The right of trial by jury, the hntirnn' corjntt, been in power for three, and n half years( and ( Finley tlmn by that of his competi! Suwannce, Alachua and Levy ; on the private character which I shall

the nf rcch for the of illustration will Jake tor. We have a )Democratic) house of discredit.As .
liberty the list purpose
Arras, freedom of f]> llepr west bank the counties of Hamilton Madison be !sorry to see any effort made to

the natural rights nf jirrmat, (md the rights; of the Republican county of Alachuu to show ('s{'nlntives 'and 11 ''lJellllll'ralicI'nate.:; with and\ Lafa 'ctte. It is! naugahle\ ordinary a soldier lie has shown signal bravery

it property, must if pl'r.rterl.-k-N. HANCOTK, how well they have fulfilled, their pledges.The U strung aIIUrnlll'e! fin Democratic l're:
-J. in General Order No. 40, Nov." :LI!!), 1807. annexed table" gives the taxes as levied Having n large seabird with many inlets Troy about\ 10 miles due south of Live Oak difllcult! circumstances, and Ms. : name I i-

drilling rmi intimidate me from/ doiny! what by thelkpnblicnnState government 1 1873, and harbors, we! need l the aid of the Federal and about 20 miles! by the river, from Kll.i- identified with some of the most tip III1i11IIl'hi'v'lIIl'nts

I Mieve to be honest find riifht., \ViNPlKl.H I M7I,1873 and 170, and the taxes levied by Government to improve and enlarge our ville. When the river was! full, .steamboats) of the war. For all this every

J SCOTT( HAXC'OfK. the Democratic State government in 1H77 commercial facilities. We have such riversas him. Hut the -
have will honor question
come up to Kllavillc: but u rock !shoal good citizen
ls-8 and 1870.1 It will be seen that the State the :St.; Johns, Suwannce, Withlacoochee, shall honor a desen
above! New whether
Troy is an obstruction at lowwater is not we
;, FOR Ptt!."1)ENT : taxes of 1873: und, 71 were $18' ,.">8I, and of liitonMihntcher, and other: which. can be is whether tlumtdeserving
]If The
this river were in a Northern Stateit ing general. question!
GENERAL W. HANCOCK, 1M75, $:!1)Hili.l1) ; that the total State tax of relieved of obstructions! and made of great would long since have been improved and general would be the kind of

FA OF PESJWYI.VASIA. 1870!) was $13,011.07: -being $0Mil.ni! ; less per value to the people. If we elect Mr. llisbcc 11l'cds-u President
made navigable to the State line; as: it i is, President the country
aiiiUim\ with increased!! valuation of$:34i( ),. w e !should! have no reason! to expect that it successfully to
FOR V1CE-PRirvIOENT : hardly anything has !been done. Throughthe who can IA; depended upon) : !
rr 000.) Our new settlers will see by these!! statistics would be in his power to be of any !serviceto which
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, efforts! of Mr. Davidson $T 000 has !been : solve the problems of statesmanship:
from an ollicial source that it Is. to m in continuing appropriations (for work the
OF INDIVNA.I'UKNiDic.vTiAi appropriated at the hM session for its improvement are now before tu-to preserve good
their interest to keep' the State already commenced,
governmentin : or obtaining new
4 appro
and no doubt the necessary things: already come and improve upon
1 II.K: :(;TOKK.HTVTK the same reliable hands. priations. Our Senators and Ilrprcsentatives: "
amounts will be continued if our presentable t them.
: AT I.AKOK : during the last session obtained for Florida
.;..<. ; I-'I' I.- representative of the First! District is returned The New York JleraM says! '1 Iiatcoek'sSherman
,::1 :SAMUEL: PASCO( ) of Jefferson CVmnty.ALDKRT.T. --t'-I-O
appropriations amounting to half
; : I.. ;: :: ;; -T. i i :: ;j nearly a as there is: no doubt he will be. The letter "disposes: of the allegation\
t 1 : RUSSELL: of Huntl ('otmty.FIRT !; :,.'': ,- ;:. :') 7. ,- ;; 1-1- :') :: million of dollars, all of which with Democratic been repeatingwith
!\ have
i ; Sinvunnee has two important tributarics- ; Republican politicians!!
DISTUKT: !: : : :f": ": :.".. .;...
Z1 Representative i and Senators: may be with
.j :: cD I. the thlul'oo<' ice, a considerable stream, considerable effect-and we fear
J. 1 YOXOK: :, ofEscumbia County. relied\ on to be continued and our interests
y. from he I is nothing but
enters: the northwest just above the considerable lII:1lice-thnt !
SKCONI DISTRICT: ,'" -. built up. All of t these public works are of railroad. who has given though I Ito
I' I',, bridge at Kllavillc: \ ; the Santa Fe a brave soldier never
THOMAS lKlxn of Ah11'hut: ('IJnnt)'. :H\t1'S I importance I and legitimate objects of
:( ;; !: ;' ; ; i. appro. River, which is navigable to Fort White, enters civil questions: and hits! no views concerning

FOR GOVERNOR: : : .. h"..':'0'1'.1'':'A' .:';. \.7.. 3.i?!.i?!. '7...,.. priation. General Finley would be in accord 1few miles below New Troy. The' any of the duties tn ,whirh he will hi-
.4 I- II- .1 7. :t 'T., with the Democratic in the
i WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM, fj- .*_. ---2- majority lands) along the Suwannpc are generally high called, if he is! elected President !save those
.... House of Representatives, with the majorityof lit
f rolling lands and,1 the timber management
OF I.EOS: : Oil'NTY. pine & is! remarkably touching military
the Committee on Commerce and with
1 ; fine. Owing to the want of facilities of All of (General Hancock's published paper
j yon 1,1 foCnXAXT-lIlIv: :nXIIR : a 8TE3'j ; his! past t experience, commanding presence,
,, and its 1 of the far and this e'l1l'cil111y-Chow that whatever
: main line
',": :1: ; :: ) ; : :' access! lying out of so -
\I-- ;
LIVINGSTON W. BETHDL, c..... !JI'- ;': tact and social, iiiialitie", would be an exceedingly
F'. ,. .....O!:. '1:.I':.'-. travel it has been almost a term ineiH/iiita, may be his deficiencies there is no tendency
... i," ':'11- ..,. :. ... .... :: ,,,: useful: representative in
M. acting
0' MIIXRIJt c'oSTY .. ., ...
.... and ii is very sparsely: settled along the lower to ilcinagogism in his disposition: but

;' FOR ('ONGREw-FIi- 41' DiTRICT : -r I .1.a aci-ord with the rest of the delegation in part of the river .\ number of enterprisingmen that he Is a sincere l and patriotic and straightforward .....
and with the
Congress from
representatives! !
, ROBERT H. M. DAVIDSON have settled on and near the river during man, and if t this favorable impression
f C> ?l -- 15 -rv the South who have "imilar claims
-' M i'i ir I- .... the past; two and a mail contracthas continues unabated till November he certainly -
OY cI\JIMHEof: 'OCNTY. l1 to- i 'i ; f. i or..1 ;
: .... ; !suitable recognition of their section in the
'. '-.', ;-..... .1A ,;..::I .... ._I ,x.I 1- :" ... .. 1 _;'> .'..". "been awarded( to Miller it Hendersonfrom will have a good chance of success on
.1 : r- :..: ., ,.. .. matter of public improvement.
; : ;M : : -: :
; I "
i ? "U ('OSmtF.IISH IIItTRII.-r : -; s ft, fiT .... Cedar Key to New Troy, a distance of election day
t\\t Members of Congress but and
", GENERAL JESSE J. FINLEY men 150 miles. Persons can now )have railroad. .
,_;, OF (')LAMa1A {nl'NTY.l << R their favorable consideration. of measures: communication by n drive of 10 miles! from COUNTy XOMIXAT10XS.

\ B: ;. : :; before Congress! i is often influenced by their New Troy to Live Oak. The& steamer lira The following from the I'alatka herald i i"

.l 1.'LOIUDt CENSUS RETUn'S.Ve 'q. "-1-I P ;-f.t.:; 7r. M'-'I-:;: s ;:.J ?iz personal regard for the member or the delegation has! been put on and will undoubtedly promote good advice to be heeded in every county.Let .

\ append the returns so fur UoI: made 4-- :: ..,: ...: .;..: ..; .:..-.: : which bus the matter in charge. This the rapid settlement of that& part of the Democratic party select in every instance -
",'i :;.I: >-f:.- I I i.s particularly MI in reference to the choice its! best! men. We will then have ti
of cOllnlll' In thin ;
public twent.tive :State : .... Florida. If a branch railroad\ is con..tr\l'h 1
q of localities to be benefited' as all .hate a Legislature which will legislate intelligently
1'YXtI'I:, fLETt'RSIC.OJmUclI. from Live Oak to New Troy the settlers on
'': ,;. ':'1 -r. claim, hut all cannot be improved at once' ; and for the best intcrestsof! t the State. Leave
/ 1880. I Inert Ieer..llac1niti. -( "': ,t; c the Suwannec will be as: well provided for

.............. 1.,3fol: l1 1./70'1: : ) 1,912! : ;-i-I.J. 8 !; ;: ;;, they exercise a right of l'llOicI'11111 General a-s those! on the St. Johns. There I is, in addition out all aspirants who have axes: to grind
Columbia.' ............ ",W-II : :21,59! !J1 1- '5.... .... :-:: :-:: .: Finley would exercise tin I influence which
... schemes to advance. Select
.. spite to gratify or -
I .
Ihlcto .................. IBj M 110Unyal .,. :-: ':::)loi.:..:-,:.-r.... )Ir. Uisbee 'oulllllot do. to the extensive tracts of good pine land' ,
At last
the sessionour
( ................. 17,792! : 11.II1j.lin): / ; oj< .-r.. ( !! considerable bodies of line hammock on both members of the Legislature on the same

r1 1a:+e.antbiu............. 10on 7$17'' :!, 'tltl, ., delegation procured appropriations as the Suwannce and the Santa Fe rivers. principle you would select your own business

SI\41IUI.! ............... (1,552: 417: 2.iO.Ionroo : .\ S S follows in this district: There tine at the Lower !! agents, having in view IlItl' rll ',rapa'it.\'
:; are sulphur springs
.............. 10,9:5'! : ,'i.11.-171 5,2f4: ,. 'Y' I": .! --: ,.; ..; ..; I.'or'It./ Johns bar .....................:$12.i,0i; : > and sound judgment :
('lay.................... :! 7,",,'), 2,098! 9'?I 1-!i .,. or".... .... -.:."y. 1 _::. : I. VollIjla:, bar....................... S.OtiO Springs and White Springs within a few "
Leon ................... :20,329:! t.'>,2JH ;3,092't ': .t.:;; I ": .".:.. Ifi. ,"f'5..:.".:00.... .7i... Inland Passage................... 7.000( miles of Lake City. These springs: have a -1 word to the County Convention. When
Oudsc1c.n............... ."". ... meet, nominate good men. Don't put
10.5.1.. II.HO: 7illlIallillllll. '. Cumberland Sound ............. 30,0(10( good deal of local Celebrity in cases of rheumatism you
j ............... 15rt4JI} 11,111: 4,3$3YOh1Mia / .... Lighting St. Johns River.... 5,000) any man on the ticket for mere party influence
............... a.tu7! 1,7231,8-1 etc. The Suwannee River, so well whose record i is not good. If there is
.1 : : : : : :0 : : 's )01 : : : thus'providing for the improvements .
more important
p ...:? ) 3,0111 1,2'x:! J : G : q q'y known in song, is: destined to be well knownas any man who would throw his intlnencc
i i i i i i 1
\"alton..1 1,711! 1.2"'tfJ) 4/1./ '}' : : : :ii : i..F, : : : which had been made the subject a desirable part of Florida. In addition against the party, simply because he thinks
1,44)! 1.2111 :?i3' : :: : : j- : : !; { : : : of examination and survey. A Demo- his: worth i is not appreciated, let him slide.
f' '"i i nrevar'l.\.1\ 1:17:!: 1,010, 11'171 : .: ::: : :.j.z ; : : : : cratic member to the& Km we are informed that the steamers You: can better afford to let such: go than to
: : o: !: : : : : : Congress! will be able, undoubtedly I). L. Yulee and l Krie the hold
to them for their
3 [,1'vy..1 4,7711( 2,011'1 2,7)1i, .. '" <:! .. c .. .. .. are running on on supposed: influence.
,< )tl\rlon ........,...,..1 Ua7U IUI<0 '2: -QI; ;!e j g i'a"' ';i i i'_ 1 1 i to obtain, the appropriations to river as! freight Lout! The party can afford to do right.

//'It. 4.iU..UlH' :!. lm71 .=. :'l.t J.! {, CQ_: 1 :"== = : : : continue all these improvements.! )Ir. Itisbee: There ore men in the county capable of legislating -
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JOhu'II..1 2.312 1,323: : 1)$7I ) ; twaro-: :: ..: d 1::' :'0"d =:: f! !.i i8i3 would be practically useless! ; he would bothl' IN It Alt TASTE. i look round honestly! and and figure faithfully. this It Is time to -
n.170 1,41711 C up on : subject.
2rJU.'i QI; 0. Co :
< 0 :: i' : = I :
td-l--I = .M solitary Republican in the Gulf /States The candidate for in Soon our candidates will be in the nn.i
.rl'tfcl'l'lon' ............. 10,284 13,3VH, 2,848 "" I Republican Congress! field
I / Lafayette ............., 2.1100, 1,71'1:1: 1417uwanncc r.=. .. if; ; I =; :I Co.e :( .. )01 and would naturally affiliate with, act with, the /Second District seems!!, like Dr. Cunover then will come the tug of war, whl'nlt'will
m .... :-; ........... 7,3.10 afJ' 3,7H: 2 a-s-ss-ag-jg a-sSi? and be classed with his Republican allies of be expected that every man will do Id-
and )Ir. Hicks in little '
: ...n..t1 ....... .. ........ .5. !, to indulge a dut .
i ()rnngc ................ 3tr90, 2,193 3, -: O'SOOO-.aJS'- :.-: .: .= the North, and however desirous to do something ) j _
brag. In recent card he "The simple
a : -- -
I i I101,214 I- h .. .. u u- S M.S.= says
142OI.i,110.3,3t:! : 7 jSJSJ i(Jf S&l-S (J'. ;;:: la for Florida, would be iwwcrless to do truth is the Second District is entirelysafe .1 FALSEHOOD SAILED.

"' '\1 In two rountlc:4-I"rlon: and Al"chua- s = t-: c ? 399 so. As! u matter of prime interest to Florida as against all honest exertions: which\ ST. AuorsTixE: Aug. 3d, 1880.
o = =.nnoL qM =-4. General Finley should be elected. We cannot Editor Union; : I am informed that the Sun
there 1:4 decrease In Ah\lllUa the Democrats make. but the
;," : an apparent : ;%; ;t; ;t; ::to can Nothing& and Press has

county of 1,942, and In \111r1on of 1,425 since afford to gratify Mr. Uisbec's desire to basest frauds. and\ foulest crimes, which heretofore indirectly newspaper stated: that frequently in a speech directlyI1l1lt made

1870. It !claimed: \ that this: is not so in I7I'OSB IXJUXCTIOX. take a scat in Congress or the desire of his: have honey-combed the Democratic by me at the Democratic ratification meet

Marion, and the result will probably be disputed Our railroad prospect arc tied l up, and we Republican friends at the North to strengthen party, can defeat the Republicans in the ing in Jacksonville I said that I did not

in Alachua. Orange is: claimed to know not when that tie which Mr. Yulee ,their minority the House: of Represent Second District. The only safe rule for Republicans cratic want "colored candidates.men" to vote for the Demo
fa tened hy injunction giving him the I wish to say that thi
have 7,000 instead of :5,01)0) us we have it in control of the an Internal Improvement, Fund, atives. __________________ is: to find out what Democrats statement i.s altogether false, and has no

the list. We have great doubt as trt the will he untied-Vnlatka llerahl. MANUFACTURE OF SALT. want you to do, and then do exactly the re- warrant in anything I said there or else

v I'' reliability of these returns.Leon county i.s We have no particular! information on the In Canada salt wells have been discovered verse. When you see anything in a Democratic where.of I the did State say,that comprising in the almost Democraticparty tin-

put at 20,32K.:! The Floridian, some time subject, hut we think the herald I b very fur and the question of utilizing them turns on newspaper damaging to the Republican entire white imputation of the State, almost

since, added up the tables. and made it about from the mark in supposing that Mr Yulee the cost of fuel. To use cord wood or charcoal tause, take the exact contrary to be true." the entire intelligence, wealth and character

10,000.! It is hardly probable that Leon, hat obtained) any control of the Internal Improvement Is too expensive: but by carrying on the It seems: im]>ossible for Mr. Hishce to be (ol'OulelI110Ile the people find of the State, the colored people
which has received but little immigration anything but violent and aggressive in the protection for their right
) Fund or has tied it up) in any manufacture by means of exhaust on live : ; and aid and encouragement in educational

z should have gained nearly as much as Duval. way. The eventual effect of the injunction steam produced by the use of sawdust and brief paragraph above he charges the Demo and industrial development. I did say that

We see the results in the Northern obtained hits instance against Mr. Vooe's othl'rwi"e1I1n'le :! debris: of saw-mills: the cratic-Conservative party of Florida, comprising the theory of popular government and of

qt; States have )been generally given, and we transferring the coupons in his Nanny we manufacture can be carried on profitably.Is the best the ablest and the most our character institutions and religion required\ should that intelligence.!

hope that we shall soon be furnished with a should KupjKwe would be one tcp towards there any reason why the bait water in honest people of the State, with being "hon direct public opinion, and that if-party control based and I

semi-ofeial statement in Florida. The following untieing the Improvement Fund and hia.sten. our harbor cannot be manufactured into ey-combed" by the basest frauds: and foulest upon the idea of arraying the colored people

fourteen counties<< not embraced in fug the i-oncltis'ion of the litigation rexpccting good salt by using the sawdust and slabs crimes," and charges the Democratic the against the white people of the State upon
the list-had by census: of 1870( : with falsifying in all matters damaging ground the freedom of the coloredrace
,. Mr. Vose's claims. It U very desirablethe which are now an Incumbrance to our mills? press came from the Republicans and would!

Calhoun iris Internal Improvement }'UllllllhoulJ bccll'arecl The salt marsh back of the town which I is: to the Republican cause. If for instance not be safe with the Democrats and the r 1

Hamilton .-. :i,7 4t) of aid in to the mills they publish the Poland report in reference white 11111'11'-11 party appealing to
!I ... 2VkI : the cnbarrosMuenta: so as to new proximity large : would afford dice and ignorance and distinctions preju
Hillsboro 3,216 and much-needed improvements.THK admirable location for salt works: if it 1 is to Mr. Garfield, or the DeGolyer re- to make a of race
party organization to
P Holmes .... 1)72JacklkJn. -- .- .. practicable to manufacture salt here out of I ptlrt, he says "the exact contrary il is to be assumed. political i>owcr of the State, was of control necessitya Un

0,528 I : FI-OKIPUX WHO HAH NBVKR: E:,TKN: the sea water. The importation of wilt dur :' ____________________ great wrong to the country and a great in
Manatee 1,931folk jury to the colored
a,UIU1'utUI1I11. I (''LIMS WHO w HE?-The New York lltral.lcouUiinsan dog the )'l'arI147$ amounted to over a million DEATH OF Jl"WE.nRThe Pcnacola say that the votes of people the colored themselves. I did

.? 3. _! uirount of apolitical clam-bake. and u half dollars in value, with a duty of Giizette contains an obituary notice of Hon. not iieeetttirytn the success: of the people Democratic were

Among/ the shaker General Kilpatrick eulogireil eight to twelve cents per one hundred O. M. Avery, Judge of Probate of Kscambia party in this State because of the large Dem-

',. l uy lorWashington............................................. 1,453 "t'he-ter, Arthur as the first man in pounds, about t.wo-thirds, being im]>orted in county, who died on the 4th instant, and ocratie far from white saying majority that I did in the not State; but so

f" \"ukulla...................'..................... :2,50(1! : ( New York to favor negro citizenship. lie sacks and the balance in bulk. During the speaks of him in terms: of deservedly high: of the colored eople, I said in want express the term votes,.

.-1 ... 2,302 knew him Wl'111l1l1t was glad to have mmd- civil war all the salt required in the Ou1E enlogium : ; as I 'have always 1 Maid and I do here now

,t I eihisuumitination. Ks-StateSenator: :; / KitlN, States: was: manufactured on the coast. Judge .\ was a native of Connecticut! say, that I regard it as an object of great im-

( ..43,44' of Florida, mid his State was I'epnblican I .. -... .. .. and at his very death was: sixty-five years old. I ortance to the welfare of the State that the
\ The net in the in the list colored
people should
< I gain twenty-live time. The custom-house delegated FI'INE.-The; editor of the Sun and Pass, Early: in IIfo he came South, and tirst stoj I: vote with the white
every of
i is 4 { uPuver of j people the State, and be accessible to the
: ,913o .or an average: twenty-seven ned in Mobile. When the railroad mania
from New York "A solid South
then pounded the table with Mr. :Statin'scutlery ; writing says: influence! which create, control and
a ceiit for Pensacola in 1830 attracting direct
per cent.adding thirty IK.T t. remaining was many j er-
and yelled till thl'1uu"uIIl'lI\'tt! their and a Democratic State; administration for sons from all quarters to our old city he intelligent public! opinion, and that they
counties would
the should
give us population be
) & mouths inch wide. He said he had eaten Florida means a small winter business, littletravel came, too, and ever since has been one of emancipated from the control and;
of the State alwmt 250,000) ) which is \ OOO influence of all Persons of either who
\ her most industrious, energetic and active race
( lams before but if the club would come to no considerable immigration for permanent appeal to them for their votes
less than we had anticipated. If the ratio citizens, in varied employments in both private of on the ground
Florida after the election he would give purpose*. and life the gratitude fur the gift of freedom or because
for the House of Representatives. is tUed public always exhibiting of the
tht'Ulall orange dinner." Who w exSenatorKielU : For nearly four years there has been a strong New England force of (character and prejudices growing out of their former

,4.! at not over 100,000 we will retain our twoCongressional ?-the man who lives in Florida andnever solid\ South (whatever that may mean), anda marked observance of moral and religious therefore relation to the that white the people of the State I
districts. say statement which ha
ate a clam, and who Mays Florid i"Hl'l'ublil'UlOlllt Democratic :State; administration in Flor duties! -- been so repeatedly made in the Sun and Press 1

invites the ]11l'tlpl10 a dinner ida. It I is: a matter of public notoriety that U\1'TlofT STATE ('oNYENTmos.-We have received III 81) many forums: both direct and Intiirtct
r I'OLITLCALIIAmu-IIOOK-Wecall: the attention i" entirely fal..... J
of baked ? the immigration, the travel the hU'rl'U"of I i '
the oranges the proceedings of the Florida l Uai>- I am sure no ...
of our readers to following notice of person has kinder feelings or
t a valuable publication about to be I issued by business has been greater during the last tint Coniventiut, held at Tallahassee, Flu., a greater desire to advance the colored Ill"-
WKhave to report more falsecrediting.; four years than ever before. l'rl'idju't'ha January: 9-l:, 1*"tO. We should have sup. pie in permanent and real prosperity than
the Washington lt : One uf the ablest and \best printed pa(>ers in : kindly milcd on Ik-nitK-ratic orange nixed that the would have been myself awl this feeling r know if enran-
i The editor of thU IUIH.T has waited for the the :State; credits to the A letters of acceptance of the different candidates i- lumber article from the flnsettt \\ hid, Inv &groves and Republican orange groves and primal l in Tallaha-.....ce, where we are certainit Yours WH.KIXSOX CALL.State

i before issuing his sometime announced volvetl considerable labor. Ho carefulbreth Greenback orange groves liven Mr. :Sherman : I could have been done as well, and have I, _

political hand-boot but hopes: to get it out r'n. is i"t *np]>o cd tip have exercised any I helped our own industries. The statistics" STE vvEK nLOW lp.-\t.'w Orleans

1 of the hands of the binder by the lost of this l'IIl'n looking over our files we find that ,, influence upon the climate, and'people will I II given show 3OO churches; number ot white j formReol Rim Aujr:
make book of three rawi yens
week. It will u over slug
'I h assorted
in ouri-wutfof July we ,'ro.titl. l to the under Democraticeconomical :
< come preferably a good colored
1 a ea and contain in u connect ; menuVrs 8,410, 8,770. merchandise l blew
form about all the political' data needed by A>tfuuceun article tliecnilit of which .should I I utlnministrutiunuhich will maintain e\euing. at Lonewall up Landing.and sauk Monday:

Democratic speakers or editors and oughtto 'liave' been given to the #;tCZttfC'. Wur\ :: a system of low taxes and good law WE h H-takell MJUIC jmins to procure and time S''uld clerk' trim killed and'Jef.1.1'n1 .

meet with an extensive sale to Ill'! remunerative aware of the trouble the collection of vulua- Wluit Useful) purK| se eau be uherved by publish a valuable directory of njm.e and :< of )Ir. McDermott i u niNsing The boat i stn* u
commeniurately. llound total boss.
t (:ViC will or be Mtit to any addrci* at the I i blertatistits !hl\'ntH'SI11 regret the unintentional such palpably). absurd statement as we have I residences of the :State and county officials :, inU1 in (She indnnati way ,'ahlel fur$"(.at $1.ul. and

I .i" um'C of the /tof. error notiix-d aLoC.,7 I 1uutl..1 we cannot conceive. and of the terms of court. llf her <.cargo i ii unknown. 'fhe"ahu'

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.I MISTKKLV .I ;TTElt., 1''l':>Iiol1'lIt. That wmild be right enough for POLITICAL XOTl'.S.: that General Hancock's rminstjl ww not as I 1 min cannot carry the flth against" tjieWhite

Shortly after the nomination: of General; the law provides that in failure to elect hilt: u'ioti'aRy sought as it wits pntri0licellygiven Leaguers aud. 1,it111mzeric-
Hancock atCincinnatiit wiischurgcd against duly bv the people\ the House: shall Immediately THE H.). ton lt suvs : The Republicansdo .1 I t ':They ne\rmlC tl Jlorill., Mr.( lick",
him that during t the dl.'t"ralc'rl"l' of 1 CIJ-", elect( the President and the Senate the not know what they) are talking about So much for the ln'\m tulln,11'r of that State", inttrll' ; II fglll
lie had written a letter to UI'llI'rlll111'1"1111111; ; 1'ie'-1'resilent, Some tribunal must decide i wll'l they sav that (1'1. llancoik i is not a which the letter was ; and! now, as back there. (Applause.)
r in which !h" had, hU'I'IIIIdl'I'Ie'lll1 How isn't Hancock's .May bo not; n.tlrh'll the Tell
made known his opinion' whl'lhcrthcl'cople President. : .lnh':>IIn. they kioI( ? to its substance. General frlcnl. 11'(11.
on the .1i"l'"h..I.ic.l'lillllllllll.ll.l'III"l 1\his in ( I presume, of course: that it I is in the Matcsinen are lot tlLI: 1\ I ; I hl' are I \\'II\nr Invoke public judgment whether "but tl'iey are 11 over the, rest of the South
tention tosni.ji..rt Jlr.'I'ildcn'sehthn if the joint afllrmative action of the Senate and, I born, and General Hancock 'has i\11 tbestrongest 110"1 lot \prove him to be more than a fir Conovcr, FIlrlt., again took thefloor
latter chose to take I the oath of office. I It t wasclaimed House[ or why are they present to. witness: I presumptive 1\jll'II'I'lhlt he lucremullierwhitknows, nothing outside of at the ('nIIISiol .Judge Freeman'sremarks.
h%' the Republican 1 press th.it this the count If not to see that it is fair and I just 1 :sesses the qualities I"tl li h tiicm.Iliiliecontraryartield's the litaintIpf military command I and obedience "I object; he began, "n ain't tti -

letter was little holt of revolutionary 1 1\ it ,it t.< I If 1 failure to agree arises between the two (; :I11'11'I'n'I'I -whether, 111",1.; i does not prove any one speaking for 1 State which he m
- declaration-iand that its publication 'in full bodies there C'.I be no lawful atlirmative of service have \proved that i 1"01' a pol him to ha\e hl'I'1 I conservatiNCj nigh- does not hcltl11elk for Florida, and I I
would greatly' ilamnge\ : his chances for the decision that the I'l"\\\ hate elected President I itician." minded, cool-headed, law-abiding citizen in say that the Hepublc'ul, candidates will
Presidency.General' I and the 1".1 Ihl'l proceed to one of I the most periods through carry that State majority. In that
( llancoik being spoken to I hy a net, not the {'lall'. The cnate elects 1'icePresidents unconditional TIIK llrooklyn withdrawal Kt'ilr, in speaking of the of thf which tin* republic IIiou' (t'II 1 I 1'41 State we intend that the campaign shall) be
than has
New fork Jlei-'ild on alllr.I:1IHII. I not I'rl.i.It'II*. Doubtless: in hol1'I'Ill'dnll letter which displays !something 11I11'1 than l'Illll'llll n different manner
this to say on the !rl'\orll'r\ : caseuf n failure bv the House: to elect a President til'klla !I : The { : common scow: It (testifies t to the )possessionof Ilretoflre hl'I'1 the case. It is unfair for
"I by the 4th of the President of pivotal 1I I probably controlling State in of st.itesm.UKship much Republicans, to say (that White Leaguers ami '
hardly rcutetnherelwriting 1 the ral'h. qualifications
he !said "until I saw reference;to it in letter the Senate; (if- there be one) would be the the I'liion I Is IO101 011Il1ih'I, hit enthusiastic more satisfactorily than the letter of 11'I'c'I"- bulldozers terrorize the olth. It I is unfair 0:
some 1 in its of andKnglish.
legitimate exercise Presidential support 111HII.k the Cincinnati nomination. alike to Southern Northern licpublicans. -
"t' to (
t the :
When I person uII'I'lf alt
newspapers wrote it I
had! l In this Yorka1llnettbeclass1'uaituathetim
"il'\ What and what we mist:
110 idea that it would ever he authority for. the time being, or until thenppcurume l is ling in some of its \iwssajjes: which we 0
published. I I
WIIn a Western town on business of a lawful President, or for the I II hI ril States, sounds like au echo of the !spirit of the great have i is the earnest un.llch'e cooperation of !1 Ni
with no secretary or ineinlier private vf \ time 1111.10\\1 in the constitution. Such even by the most, sanguine 11\uhll'nl\ *. I constitutional t era of the republic, the era II the North We hl\'e llrl'I.lv the moral support :
stall'with !\ > '
lily *
peaceful and. I firm nothing Infor{:Il''III'I'I'I lltl'"f and. Jefferson. All of of all thegood )people of Florida. Therehas
n\e. I wrote it frankly' and with I'OUI'tul,1 hI'I'1: Washington nC'I'rllJnll'k'IIIIlbh,1
noconstraint. York i is > Hancock
now as! :11f. til as against change in the sentiment
great public
far and tins
: -
1.11'1. 1I\fll papers' to II'1 1
( State in the is
"And stick hy what you wrote. ?" IH 1\ ibt Governor; lta.\es would Oartl'll. as candidate.nn1,111'1'. \101 1'\I'I'il\\-: \\h.ite\er may be his of our people. Pour1Lr ago we
"I never wrote anything 1 IIfruill1f make an excellent President. 1 have met there i is no tendency tl demagogism were mcreilesslv assailed by 11 the epithets
having known and that 1 \would not :stick : him ami know of him, 1'nra brief, period i AWITI., IK Trn-Olc: hundred thousand in his disposition, hit he I is usincere that could jm-wibly! be applied, \ Only
tit" he, served under \' l'OIIII.\ as the patriotic and the other day one of our enemies made I
'h' desire inollice.
more or :>I", to stay Mlruiglfol\llll\11
".\1111 you desire: this' letter to he pub I matter stands I can't: :$11'1 any likelihood of ulke.h"lkN. and if this favorable ill'r'I:1inl 1'lllilll( speech at Jacksonville: in which he said,
I lished!' ?" his being duly '\declared elected!; by 11'people\ To accomplish this t\.y 111 such unabated 1 till November he I'l'rilil' will 'If cither party can't win on its merits the'

"i only' waited for the consent General( unless the Senate and House be in stntFas this : have 1 good chance of SII'I'I':4.: Oi "jlr deserve defeat, and if there arc any bulldozer (-'

:Sherman; anil" that having been !given there accord l as to that fait and the House would, In tllil the South was :solid for treason: and day. ______________ they ought to be all condemned.und
i1l1o obstacle against! its: publication. ot'l'ollrl', not otherwise dll.t hil'h,1 rebellion : and its hope to :succeed in the Those are liiy sentiment exactly, mybelief
the i is UK', ir. ir. HICKS : i>/:. cox- that will have fair count in November
The following! u the full text I of the let- I people want I pC'II'fllIlI'rlilltoll destruction of this republic1' was hll'I.lon ./ w t' 1
ler ufthilath'r. as rnininl its l Is bused upon} just: such feeling as i i1'ilC'I.t is
: faira.lll'rlinalinl the aid and comtoit )> i by political I Ol'Kll YOKK.
C.VlSOMiKt.KT: : : 1'. 0.) :silile and a lawful 11'. Ilhl'r ,llc'rlintll in tbe orthl'r llh'! It is 1IJ Conover went in the simpl' little' speech h)one of
:ST. I/n'is, December.o*, 1 tiff;. \ could :tand I the test.: Tie country, if f In ul\orll'I':() sale South I is solid to ruin (the I \\1 knlwl tnt1' t 1l'lul'l of tl 111)1 Irl .
Jl>car fienfral: Your favor of the .Itli l\t \hlgl.llntu revolution, become: same country by getting possession: of it ; North recently to 'funds for his campaign I I is understood tllt )' got the resolution

lust: rl'lwhllIIe in New York on the ;.th, ", ; I business, wlu1llalglbh, and its :sole dependence is the second time in I FI.r tla. We I find in the New York }" pulsed, although there was evidently

the day before I left for the West. I intended 111,1011' bond WO'aII'OIC. I.nlll' lltl adepreciated "lllI same class of ol'I\1 allies, who "'/ u report] of I the proceedings : little faith to these promise Theyhn,1

to reply\ to it hl'forcc'U'ill\ !;, but cares incident I: I was not in favor of the liluf' action have friends again the bargained at to(j1\vutiogprecincts 111'ir ollhl'r The resolution, as uttered by Dr. l oring, just jI\1 result of the aid they had
to my departure\ interfered. Then : in South Carolina ; triumph ,provided that t thl' National (I'uittuitteeshunlulx' : SI'I
again since my arrival here I have been so: I telegraphed I I to lecently me, o'r; asked nll for advice Rugerlead blood.h'riiu'iiiliirttili which. was lost: to thl'l on the Il'I,1 of instructed to give all the aid in theirpower given Weaver in Alaha ita.

occupied 1 with \\l'rl'ollalllnhi mil'a business: I Iwould have advised: 1 him not under to IIulhl'r Republicans in their
aliteir1'ittlstluces OithiJoitii-sitfinliTtonilintf:*
nature that 1 have deferremlwriting, from day to allow himself or his troops; ii'iinlal of the .V'/mt; ; to / nation! campaigns.Senator i Tin: KKY-XOTK OF TIIK C.tNV1SS.'fhekeynote .
to 1111IIlItit this moment ami! now I tiuil 1 / dcil'r at once j to his feet .
to who the lawful members
II' into 10)11 jllllt'.1 of the (
.lll''I Wl'rl rilitliniiili. ( : *,
myself in debt to you another letter in \ when the : was H'lublcnl 'RnVI:4.
knowledgement II"I I of a Legislature.! I could not have Such is! the present: crisis i to which the nation \ opposedit according to the New 1 is "the
of favor of the the (lint (
17th. on ground
your i given him better to icier him to lias for almost hundredjcars. tll'laliolulCollli.tlI' it I is worth the
received, few \lvil' Ih.1 11'1'1 coming t 1 question' whether really
Iilll'C. be
days : : ,
the :> !< of the President ill the might hIIPI'I'I't} III
to \leave here the Illl'ialllll' agl .-Krir on 2litli, 1II\'I'I'OIlC'hl'h"1 : took the same view
ul.II'I\lrl Pierrepont
l'II'l i some I time i lief ire, Hut in to the Democrats, considering the
noon so that 1 be of the matter.Wiljiam .
may \ South ( had, the 'question settledby ( ; :: : SIIKKMV.N: L their and
York the : inst. has 'urnlllll 1 nK\ :nI.ll'nl'I'alll'lulk miscellaneous make-up of party
on list It been cold and K. Chandler before t the i
a t Com t of the l i for the t at I is ,1"C1\'lol .
l.tbinn present Portlier the obligations it will incur in event of uviclorv
.11'1'111'illce my arrival' here. I have worked, trihutual1'llitwhich had, advanced nnv drew
Mate-the highest I of fortune. Right on Itl'ntoll Il
) achieved coalitions with
huIIII',1 by wU.ll'l'llklr
like Turk" ((I presume that: means hard on the question-so: : that line .1.1 heels of his letter of acceptance, of the the presence in the 10"1 of !OIC newspaper \ Protectionists .
work;:) in the country in making fences..lit. Ii. .Iul' and warned t those present t Pennsylvania ,
!It'ell'III\'I'n to be clearer the Cincinnati I nomination-a document r'lorler lltIht.y '
ting! down trees, repairing buildings, t.tc., l\tinl rC'IHI11,11' : what they said I to be reported. lililIlItlllol1 tl and Virginia Rcpudi- F
the I 1/oui-iana .
l'II' If the Federal Courthail in its substance, :>o far it goes, I'XII'I't that "at is not worth thewhile"
etc, and am at l'u tuleto'n '.th lt,1.: Louis: interfered the decision ml'the short of its has I TIl f
falling +"t'tuttity-chug"
IIJ1 n\'I'rl'II.,1
ul.l to turn out the Republicans and
i N the coldest place in the winter and it I i< ;, "If that I is the Senator 1 logan remarked ;
State Court have enabled the of another letter of l'a'I.
the hottest!' place in summer! of any that I tl'I'I'.llilt! htI'1 adoubt 1Ihllll11 I have :said 1 till 1 to say IItlii's in the 11'101'ral is I is scant campaign material -
his andmore
{certainly Lit Fl'\'rlllnlrt 111'1III'rfl'rl,1 explicit prolo"t' I for and has gainedputvcr
have encountered in ) 11'an'r.ol'l' party gained
1 conference. 1
a temperate.one.\ to (complicate, ; t) everybody might thingsin
\ I lt 1 .I iI"I'Ior Ilo I'tl'r by bold aggressive ', HO con
h.nowl.1. .St. Louis in December to have I overrule.luyhow. who the H secret conference that 1 would I not sayin I pOll')
genial weather throughout the mouth this! w thlt 1'1'1I'alloilule 1.11' a public one, and sure that we will l'I'iwIII:'! to arouse the feelni' III touch
; :' it i is no business! of the army to sbalj : 1111
possess\ \ \
1rO'I.dl'U.Pa.i the prejudices of t the .
11. ilc'lIlallt"l' 1'e
December has been frigid and the river hasbeen if all be iuiguanLl! ,_
cuter such questions, und it what
upon C\'I'1 fr (h'i Illin\lrltioll. The States are Democratic
frozen more solid than I have ever might be in it' the civil he be followed most discussion. olliherl uniformly)
known it1Phen so, ILIt''I'lt, authority 111't dtZl'l. Il' H"lllll'll or he Thl'l 1 extraordinary for two reasons! : 1. Democratic rule,
I is Mi supreme, as the constitution declares hol"l! entertain ])1'. Luring defended his i resolution which is a term for the
I heard the rumor that I was ordered it to be, the South 'ur"litut'use: was that visit ? Let any' man Wll. on searching but he was met on all sides by oppu'sitbolt. i. in local synonymous attains of (the people who supremacy know
to the I'.icillc\ coast' I thought it prohn-- in which the had Mr. W. W. the member of the
one army a }plain duty. his heart, detect any III believing 1II'kt, most, think most, work and own most,
lily true, considering the past discussion on Had (1'11'ralllul'r u..kl.lle for ahil'I'.li,1 ill of any Piesideiitial candidate, us National (' Florida, was the given them cflicient and lot economical

that subject. Tie( possibilities seemed to me if I gin'l I. should, of course! have tocitlien character or ability,i ,quest ion himselfwhether first! to be hl'll1 He l is 1 very strong and with public peace the faithful government administration
to point that way Had it been true, I notified you ( my ICOI immediately, so he i is not i I danger of sacrificing his ardent As ho rose he was recognbjcd of the } of
should, of''ours! e, fuse presented no complaint t that it could have been overruledif I his Mr. and lanlli security person
promptly, patriotism to ': !' liH he must hy Jewc'l, great applause ensued and property 2. The Democratic
nor made resistance of any kind. I it should have hln deemed advisable by 'believe, so-If facts force on W11'I, opening sentence, Ir, the party aim represents

would have gone quickly, if not prepared; togo you or other superior in lutwrity. General his rmasoi-let it 1,1 1 source lt'sorrow unalloyed Hicks IlnoUICl't that llorlllWI:sure for which hU\'e'L'governmental their aim principles the perpetuationof policy
promptly. I certainly would have beenrelieved did ask fur and the of
linger not 1.lvice., I inferred with the slightest gleam of pleasure e the the individuality of the States without
from the responsibilities!' and anxieties from that and other facts that he did It I is:'! by no means the least merit of thenoteworthy South," continued Mr. Hicks, "feel the responsibility the

concerning Presidential matters, which nut desire it, or that, being in dir'c communication letter addressed by General Hancock that has C'CI placed upon her. weakening Union, or while{:compromising the Republicans solidity under thepretence ofthe
may fall to those near the throne or in authority -. with my military at the to General Sherman on the 2 Mth of December All the people of that section arc aware of of the
within the next four months well scat of who \ lu\I'riol him the fact that in where Re nationalizing; government,
government- to \ lXiI t113'lV 1
lmlllll'rintcl gradually the active life of the States
as from other Incidents or matters which I destroy
in time and distance than I was-he deemed thlt disposes of Republican :'! nourishing as it 1 is in
1M and
could not control and the action concerning it uuneee!'tarry:'! As General linger had the politicians have bl'l'l repeating luLlcallil :of the North. Despite) this, tai prepare suited the way centralized gov.frnlent
to dictator ending
which I might not approve. I was not /?x. ultimate responsibility of Ictonuu.l had really with considerable effect-atid, we fear, with )however, the Republicans of the South do in a or consul
_ actly prepared to go: to the Pacific however the greater danger confrnt in the considerable malice-that he I is:'! nothing but not expect to be left without the aid of the I monarchy of some lort. Misruleand
and I therefore felt relieved<< when I rt.'CelvcllyonI' final action in the matter, I llitnutl'ntur a brave soldier who never has gjvcn thougl North. They had a hope that they would the ) extravagance IJll corruption,
note informing me that there was untruth by Republicans' gave the Democrats the
to not he deserted and
emLarrn.'JI by tu c. W\S a to civil questions and has no views cOI'ern.In left entirely to the mercy control of the Southern State.Nor is it
in the rumors. Then I did<< not wish! c'omuuLIll'r and the lawful head }, any of the duties to which he will be of the Democracy.)'. So fur as Florida" is fear of return of Radical
u rule alone
to appear to be escaping from responsibilities of the military administration within the called if he i is elected President save those concerned I want to say thil: If you give us the rememberance and
IIII< around military commander in the East: knew that he had been culled to Washing Hancock's command! of the Fifth Military to aid us, then the State is yours beyond all Democracy are all-
especially'ln the critical period fast: approach tOi for consultation before taking ", comprising the States of Louisiana doubt. Ilut I will say that whether you powerful in the South because they have
ing. "All's well that ends well." knew that he was in direct command COl mi, amiwas Ditril! the troublesome winterof help us or not, whether you extend to UN the proved their ability to lighten taxation and 1

The whole matter of the Presidency seemsto probably aware of the \'lcWI of the administration I- 1M7-M! is! cited by his:'! to be same comfort that you give to other Statesor remedy public ills. In South Carolina, the
Ulholl'r to the )
me to be simple and to admit of a peaceful' as to the ch'l alilrln his com sure, us u conclusive reply)' : lot, we will {carry Florida for the Republican tuxes alone people in three by Democratic rule inState
solution. The machinery for such a contingency mand. I knew that le WI dir't communication but in our iudgment his canvass, as it progresses candidates by at least 11,000 majority.My and years, is over twu
as threatens to present itself has with my Hupl'rilr in authority wir rely even more upon this Sherman friend, ex-Senator Conovcr, of 1"lnrlcll. u quarter dolar. Even such
been all carefully' prepared. It only requires in reference to tho ( subjects presented to prove the maturity and the I is here lie is u candidate fu the (f in rejections the South of public debt luLo taken place*
I lubrication, owing to disuse.: The army for his:'! consideration, or hud ideas of Ids soundness of his thoughts upon high and Governor of that State, and would like thiscouference are a present relief to the p.
should have nothing to do with the election own which he believed to be suilicicntly in difficult' points of cvi government.. In the to 1"tcl to Home remarks:'! from securing them either lower taxes titan(
or inauguration of President The p people accord with the views of our {'OmOI superiors North, at l'a'4t. rC'l'olstnlrtol period him." something cllt that they value more
elect the President.: The Congress declaresin :'! to enable him to (.t intelligently according which { tho (' I very long Mr. Conover I is 1 born Southern ontlr, public crcti. Where there is complaintagainst )
u joint session who he is. We of the to his judgment and! without suggestions way off. A large portion of those who will When he IJI.akl ho gesticulates with his (emorat, as in Ylrglnla it'is:
army have only to obey his mandates, and from 1 those not on the spot and not vote here next November has firgotel the head and well as with his hands. ostensibly : party gone
are )protected in so doing only so far as they as fully acquainted with the facts !himself. intricate lerplcxllcl of that tile, nun! Indifferent The f'larkl of Mr. Hick had )produced a far enough in effecting retrenchment and i
may be lawful. Our commissions: expressthat. :'! He desired, too, to be free to act. 1'1 he had the, ilyect not to care vl4lbll! impression thc 'o present, and not becau.it there is with the mae any desire
I like Jefferson's way of inauguration; the eventual greater r'pm4ihiiv.! and so to make the effort to revive ali comprehend 1f r. Conover followed up the ud vantage with to give the Republicans tie control 01"the
it suits our system. He rode alone on horseback the matter was \' \ him them. Jut the 1'01'101 which either bus a wI'l )(' of ten minutes dun State. The Republican (campaign i

to the capitol (I fear it was the "Old und IIlclf. -"-*! .IP, i,ut._... .,, tin. ..., if.f.. tol. He called attention to (lie c'olditlol therefore, Is not united to the luutb. and it
Capitol"), tied-his horse to a rail fence entered .\I have been writing thus freely' to you which attended the clec-torul eohii for tlC! If sirs in the Mouth, tW1 particularly will task Mr..Uarfelt's apply
anti was only sworn ; then rode tJ the I may Iti further unbosom myself by stating 11'"i.lcll'"lr four )'t'ar ago Is \ very UJKMI the relations unc parties in his own successfully llraplea of inconven
Executive Mansion! and took possession.: have nut thought it lawful or wiseto ole. Substantially the whole body of; State. "The South," he said, "expects: the ience in the with any
He inaugurated himself simply by taking use Federal troops in such lIIattl'r as voters all over Hie country is able wlhontunu"ual North to do something for them It was cry that the Natiol" is in danger in the

the oath of otlice. There is no other legal have transpired 1 east of the Mississippi withil effort to comprehend and ftlthint unles'sNorthern sympathy were extended South
inauguration in our system. The the last few months, save !I far as thc? may the which (.I'nl'rl 'I'rllc almost everything 'would be lost. The pica that it is nut worth the while to .
jioliticians may institute parades in honorof i be brought into action under,the article of pres: .O\iliol'1 curnandi11officer in this There was no use whatever in trying to obtain exchange the "OUtl" for the "ins" can have
the event and public officials may add to.t the constitution which cuutlllatel meeting praiseworthy letter during that crisis! the votc s of the South unless at least but 11t. weight in the North and Wet.

. the pageant assembling troops and banners united resistance or 1 State It needs I to be said) in strict justice. that moral support was given to the Hc'puhll'u'' the small but respectable clm' of
but all that only I comes proiierly' after more powerful I than the State lutlo'ite General Hancock probublv' reckoned l. whc'l of that section. If the South independent voters. A much larger body
the inauguration before, and it 'I is not can subdue by (the ordinary processes, al1 I he wrote the letter, that might at Home enter nM>n the c lpnign; with Wli the IlOWI'1 of voteIl will argue that, if there is no bet-
u part of it, Our system does not providethat th1 only when reijuected'by file legislature time reach the public, eye.I ali possibly was I )iort of the North.coiiplcd with Jorllu\\,c ter reason than this for opposing the electionof

nne President should inaugurate another. or, "if it could! not lt convened 1 in session not unconscious of Presidential aspirations assistance could be given, there was u great Hancock, they may its well stay quietly
There might be danger in that and it by the Governor; and wht'l the President while be framed its Iculc'II'C His name chance that certain States; could be ( tit home and let the country take care of, it-
was studiously left out of the charter. of the United ttal' Inl'rv'llln thatmanner ,,I hud been prominent on many:ballots In theDemtucrutc uteri to such u degree as to cause 'nl. self They had been told, at every election,
Hut you are placed in an exceptionally it js; u state peace. The I, National Convention of iHtM, cast their electoral VOt'1 for the tll that the return of the Democratic party to
important position in connection with coming army l is laboring under disadvantages, and and from that time forward thueu.+ u nominees. There were ninny rl'ILO"HeplII'UI power would be the signal for unlimited ex
events. The capitol is In my jurisdictionalso I has heel u'cd unlawfully at times in the I I constant banco that it might hl'11 con- the Republicans of the North should, not travul slice, disorganizing (, and e\r ,
but I am a subordinate and not on the judgment of the eople (in mine, certain! ), ;i snicuous lllln similar relations. Nevertheless turn the cold shoulder on their brethren of description of
:snot ; and if I were, so also would be my and w*have lost u great deal of the kindly I t t any) |political expectations( of the the Hmth. I wal not speak of legislation, The Democrats reduced exi>cn-
superior in authority for there is the station; feeling which the community.ut large once sort, if he really entertained t\1 at the ( at the Il''c'arr All ho ditures (enormously, in which there was nothing
of the General-in-Chief. On the principlethat felt for us. I IOI'lt. must have hud a distant would say wits !that ff Florida very alarming, and endeavored to
a regularly-elected President term of It i h time to top and unload. Officers in peril one so distant that they cannot would mirely go Republican in! November, amend thu ch'.tol laws no as to lrotct the
office expires with the 3rd of March (of command uftroll often find it difficult to I detract much from the intrinsic value of the (On) Friday lust the State Committee of FlorIda I ,tlon. from being intcrferrcd wih on :-
which I have not the slightest doubt) and act wisely when su t'riurs in authority document. A President had ,[Iaatbuneletteil l met at J\'ktUvle. and the members of day by United States oOc'er nominally -
which the laws bearing on the subject uniformly I have different views of the law from : by thq electoral culcll' or if that was not that l.rc..ut.l reports as to the apjiointed I to It.O that are free
recognize: and in consideration of theirs und) when b-gislation has sanctioned so, one was to 1 us provided by the condition of the several conn- and lair and really ho active and audacious
the possibility that the lawfully elected action seemingly in con diet with the fUIla-i constitution In the case of their failure to ties Florida under all drcuniltunct was a agents of the Republican ,)arty. ThU wasa
President may not appear till the 5tli of mental law, and theY generally defer to the make a choice At any rate the place was Republican State She never failed to go surprise to the Northern Republicans, but
March, u great deal of responsibility:! way )known judgment lul]>eriors. Yet the I not within the range of General JIuncoik'H Republican. At the last CongrcAsional clef they clung to their faith und voted the old
necessarily fall upon you. You hold over. superior officers of the army)are so regarded ambition for four )'t'r to t.U e. The opfiortunitv tits the First District Republican ticket, being assured that the Democratswere

You will have i ower and ,prestige to support in such great crises and lu.il to such JI.| also for writing the letter was not Congressman, but by tie Htloctc..II\grosncxt the only feigning innocence and IJtrlotbu J
Kponsihilify, >eciay!! those the in vented by himself. choice of the rraulr and would speedily break
The Secretary of War, too, probably esi near I was written strictly people ( the out in .dan-'er-
vou. '
h'olds; over; but i if no President appears hea'd of it, that it is necessary on such momentous | in rettjMjnse to u request of the General of UCluJrul|Iu j>owtr. The 1tluJlkal sui- ous plate.V'iat' are these voters to nay
he may not I he able to exercise functions ill occasions to dare to determine( for the Army' for his views concerning a critical was not allowed to tt'at. midultbccuuscof when they are told that the keynote of thc
the name of a President, for his proper .(* them.Ih'C what I is lawful and what is not I; civil emergency in which mitar interference the frauds I Jo'riotrut'lhy h. present C'IUVI i the assertion that the Ke-
those of a known Itul.erior-a lawful lawful. under our "YttD. If the military might |1",+>ibivr he Ul'IIH'rlh. ThU net was tie imbhcuns are all that they to be,
are l're"hll'nt. I authorities should be iuvokud. as might I"'*- I cal 'mrtsliltrtionsutlhateuuinentsmddierwerewell wholesale vnuurv fr CUIllluat.1, but the Democrat Ir This U wide

.\, You act In your own responsibility and nibly be the Case in such exceptional (tlC( ,' known t"I lie din.re from those of hiscorrespondent lint. of the names of from four to five thou. Iv dlfl'rent from th worsu appeal to
bv virtue Ida commission only restricted lIJ\' j' when there exllcl luch .tn.rltut U and fac that he frankly suns HC'.ubll'l voter "It Is,u party (the ) North to put its foot on the neck
niouth- to the correct the suffer sought his counsel tlott'lltelaUC oj the '
the law. The:$ecrcnryuf War is the reult circumstance tuctiiv( that we & "rebtlo&uth, The roiicliuiou
of a President. You are not. If neither from !Its past atiul if it 1a' acted wrong Implies I In itlf a high compliment, to (iert. tight, said Mr. Conover in conclusion. 'Do tl of many vottr outside of l'rrCxlolallll-i I
candidate piece has a constitutional majority of I j fully. Our regular army little hold ul"| lUncoik' tudy and jud/meut civil you wonder that we want help (torn the tlelans 11U"t l e that the
the Electoral: Collie, or the St-nate and i I I 011 the affect ions of the |>eopleof to-day, ant !' attain. We discard with utter contempt f the North?" 'have cried W(>lf! too Uc'publ'IU, 1111 lie left

the occasion of the count do out its superior officer I"huut certainly, as r.i insinuation which has been thrown out in I Mr. Sypherof North Carolina to take careof thIIlh.for one i-ainiate'
HUU* on declaring some "" legally't-Iel'lt.'ll I I as lies in their {tower. legally and with righteous certain I..nl.rltie quarters that the corrcsjxindence '! rlarkPI : I C I'lmrUttuu Aruand (.Imritr,
in pot'
bv unite the People. there i is a lawful machineryalready intent, aim to Ilet'u.l the right, which :' wa induced by any disingenuous ( "leutc'ull, let me tell you right hero I ... .
) to u is the law institution which motive l Sherman' Although fur c'awlllah' depend upon the '
; part. -
( I 11oI'U\-jolul, i I | vote of the OIK It ton
much tu
lawfully. It haoj thev represent. It is a well-utranhmg institution *. Itttn which are you are licked to-day. ) iimtemporarieiihave
nut been divide recently the question uboxl l. IlU Ol"l."o .ion present- I! ,uinl it would J well if it should have in Ctn.ral ( reply ave JtlltiOI.1 lut yet You have( 1taJ1 (rout Nome of tie &uthtf nay &t.nt; tissue ball/jU at the South f-ve.
1 tit reconiized! as a bulwark beii given t the States. iel representing have
forefather: pnmded an cipjiortunity j.ublicthe reply t beat' Il'm.u we not a beam In our O when Kepul
III;'ha"been exercised our l and bus been .'{"")It'j I U support of the right of the l.lJlo unimpmetwhabie witness totheconfldenceandionliulity fepoktrii. They ay (that if an honct count Ie'
!t Emitted 1 to as lawful on and ( t.l I am t .uu. I II of the relation* which exUe l between can be \'urt.{ all will L wel Gentlemen, 11 l.ulldalL ay twt lc than
nized 1 ami Il'Isrrxui4.lexe.ttc, them all continue unabated by there are too many .Ir! cane." JIO.OOO is needed to carry each of the I-mton
'lumd elect: Mr.'ripen I I Tu GEMKM. W. T. SHKBM ', t'ournawllJ jxtliltical divergenco to present stay Judge Freeman also spoke at Hume length districts? Csuia' nuy be able to decU"

That machinery President \\'vulolj'roLaI.l.r' ires Army of the I'nited State*, Wa.hln.-un.! I There i I. not a _had.\of tt' to suppose and slit among other thing : ortocorrupt whether it bt'tl.r.-torl.?ludo,' Jlcndd.to cheat a voter ( l lI

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CHAPTER I. County Judge -\. J. Whitlock, City Point
a United States<< O III cor is. OF THE
(" Clrrk-A. A. Stewart, Titusvillc.Suirrintftulfiit .
1, was not brought; tip) to any trade or pro ATLANTIC. ( (fSULF --.
' tAM OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.: : + ; of iSV-AWjt Alexander Tin A WEST INDIA TRANSIT .- wj -
fession. *
k I At eighteen I voted for the first\
time. It was then I chose my life occupaHon. Umt"trr-I. A. Barnes, Gainesville.Krccirer dall Lake View. RAILROAD] j ( ; | { }
; -John Rollins, (ttiinesville.SitrrcyorGrnrrul PENINSULAR: I RAILROAD .
I entered politics!'! and became; a. politician. CLAY rot'NTY. .
-L. I). Ball Tallahassee.MSTRICT ( \\'ulilo Jiranch '
t ,) FLORIDAr1NLANDTL'.1Jllil.l'I'
County .1"ll-\\'IIl.! Peeler!!: trees Cove
CHVPTKR: II. ('OfRT.Jmltjr Springs.Clrrk' AND'CCMI11R1.AN1)

At twenty I was an efficient "worker" nt -Thomas Settle, ..Tacksonville..Wirfhiil -O. A. Buddington<< (linen( 'ovc ) ROUTE.; : !

the polls and political meetings. I was !-.1. II. )Durkee) Jacksonville.OrA Springs.tftiiirriiitrntfcnf! I,
. l Walter Jacksonville.' ; ( .'\rlWII.-)1. 1n / Kffcct; Filrunry let, 188fJ. -
large stoat and belligerent, and had good -Philip nf ieiger, 'i I
]lIug'l.!' At the polls I challenged the votes INTERNAL UEVENfE.: Middleburg.( : 10MI'AX VI
HOIXOIxave !!stiCTn C
of citizens. I faction of ('ol.t' IIIL\ C'fifNTV.County .
I quiet joined a our
awn )political) )party, and yelled and stampedout h'rt'Jrelllll/ ) Eagan! : Jacksonville.COU.MTOns Jii,1,,,:-\\". M(. Ives .Jr., Lake City. : Atlanta, < a. 2.15: ).. ;M.IAMUU ",
M( ..... .
d'a ..
w adverse speaker} *. OK ffPTOMS.; CIc.k-.JolllI Vinzant: Jr., I lake Citv.h'uKriiiteiultiitofSfliool.i act Hi, 7.45 r, M.
John \ Howcll, Fernandina. ; ( Lcavc Brunswick! ( a. (!.15 A. ;M.Arrive .
(' "I'rER III. Edward<<1 Hopkins, Jacksonville. -Juliu!' PotsdamerIjike Fl'rllnlllillFla., : ................10.15.1.: M. '
y'1 At twenty-two I was rewarded for my services Leave Fernandina.1U.IW: A. ;M.Arrive .
John' F. House .
<< Augustine.J. ;
PfVAI' (')CNTY.Crmnfy.Jtvge'illiant.l.
by becoming "assistant"' in one of; our M. Currie, Cedar Key. Baldwin, l.iir. ;M. ; I I.
courts! at $::1 per diem The duties of "1I,, btUllt" McLean, Jack Leave .
Baldwin for Jacksonville. f.'SO i
: :
sonvillc. :! p. M.
are simply to assist!'! the paity. My, regular "
C'/"rk-TholJlIl.'I E.: ltnckntan.lacksonviiIc. Arrive Jacksonvillel'lun.loutc.r: ( : ) 2.35: p. ;M.Ijcavc .
in instated
I. presence court was: never ( -
( neon 'fhat'lIot!'! at all essential.' Hut punctuality Slate Officers. frnjirrtnfnitfriit; .tirhuoLe-.IIbert' J. Uus ; Baldwin for ((Cedar; -Key.::..: 1.W) j..'u. So :SEASICKNESS: : : :; No OCEAN DAXOEI5STHKSTE ,{

at ward meetings, primaries: etc.; isindispensable. F.XEITTIVE: : DEl'AUTMEXT.ivnrnnr ) sell' .Ja'k nllville. Arrive Waldo (Junction P. If. It).. 4.11 r. ;M.Leave ,\'

: } It Is here that. a politiciancum ( -(Jcorge F. Iretv''I'allahavvee. IIVMII.TON COfNTV.Cnitiiti Waldo.) ... 4..!'I1) P.1.; .

t !* his salary. I'rc*!i.Leave i. \;MERS'ITV ,.\,.
'. 1 1 Gainesville..... : .
CII\PTKR: 1\ Tallahassee. Clerk- !! 5.2:!!>II' ); t.

From an "assistant"' 1 was promoted to uclerkship Strrrf'iry nf! ....,iIfr-\C. D.) III II X lUll II, Talla- Mijifrintrnfleiit Robert(!if S. %Stewart/IJ"I.-.J: ,Japer,! litia J I. Rob) Arrive Cedar Key. !H.JiO:; I'1.; ( OF ItltllGETON

} at $2,000: ) per' annum.\ ) This I pmiHon i. 1 11"1 ""('('. c'rtlIc'rlllll.: Trains to Jacksonville and North of Baldwin XAItK. '
giving me more means!'!, pave me also .1. 0"11///1'1'-1'111111111.11"/ Drew, Tallahassee.Trinfiirir tlail .
influence. I was active! and diligent in politics -Walter flwynn, Tallahassee.\ : : ItMtNVMMi: lOf.NTV.County (.OIM XoKTII.Leave .

\and found'I little time to attend to anyoflloe .1II1I"P., ( P. IJaney: Tulla- .htdye-\\'. L. Fricrson, Brooks (Cedar Key. 4.15.1.;) ;)Ir .
\ duller! Hut as I have said before, an hassec.' y'ille.lcrl'.T. Arrive (:iaincsvillc. s.41.1.. ;)Ir '1't. Tim: 1"T'5 t_

4 z- ollice-holdcT h not paid so much for what (hl'i.'Jl/rl'/ tif 1.lIntl.-III11h)l A. Corley, C. Law. Brooksville.tiujierlittfHtlcnl Leave (Gainesville' ........ ............... $.;\' .\:11.: ( -
t lie does: in the ollice us' for what he does out Tallalllo\"l': : / vf Se/iwl -Dr.) S. Stringer t Arrive Waldo. ( P. If. R. June.). !U.* A. ;M.Leave 1' 1.I'SI"I::: ::: ( : z ,; VWJKTAHLK": ,
a ; g of it. Assiduous as! ever at political gatherings :::;"/".,.,'",(.",(,.iit, of Public//; /Hnlrvctl'iH(; ". P. Bronksville. \\ ,. !).55 A.M.; I I ""' *--*"

1 commenced( approaching socially Haisley, Tallahassee.A : int.i.siiojtoroii cofXTY. Arrive Baldwin, .t.12.17: P. M.
t of the lesser the I "It IJHfftnt'rnrrnl-J.' J. Ui.kl"on) Talla LIXE.Sc.'nllU'r : .-
!some great men party.tl -
I hassee. County .1"l1r-H. L. (Crane: Tampa.: Leave: Jacksonville' (Cum. Route)..11.15 A. ;M.
( might call them our political gentlemen'sgentlemen. Clerk-WnJ. C. Brown, Arrive Baldwin.12.30:!
Tampa. p. ;M.
? I commenced, being recognized,l laY C niniiitincr! of! liinni;iyl'rtliun-Ir.\} Hl.thI. -
n person' of I inllucnce I by them.t French, Jacksonville.KfPHEME; Sn/irrlntciiflrnt of Sellouts-II. L. Crane, Leave Baldwin; ... .. .................12.40. p. ;M. c''it.v' of lii-idgefoii; ,

Tampa. Arrive FcrmmdLia: : ...................... :3.40 I'. M. JOIN 1'iTZOEIIAI.DViiits
I (VPTER V. ; COfllT. LEVY: COVXTY.County CAIT.! > ,
Leave .: : I'. ;M.
I ran for the legislature and fleeted.My ('I.ilfTusNrr-I K. ),. IlandalI.Tacksnuyille.: II. and
was Jiiilr/c- :1.hrill.Trol1. : o1\; Leave' lirunslviek.s; ( ) I'. :)I. \ at Fernandina for the Monday (
: flection\s'aq largely e to the Sunday, .1sr.nrinfruntiesJ.'estri; ( tl, jr., Tallahas. C/C..k-.J./ M f. Barco, Bronson.SujirrintrmlrHt Leave Mucon' S.10) .\. ;M. Thursday' night Vegetable/ Trains'! of the
''i pumic 1 pivo the residents<< of my ward in !see. ,, of 8r1t""I. -Jos. I'; :ShandsHronson. : Arrive .Atlanta ( 'a.-.. 1.15 I'. :M.
l1 one of our suburban beer-parks.,' It was! at A>fnri,/lf Jiirtlcc-U. 11. Van Valkcnbnrg! Trains: to Cedar Key and :South: of Baldwin ATLANTIC, iULF ,v WEST ]INDIA .
my expense and cost half II year's salary. ,J nC''klloll"iI Il'. ;M.\ .\nl: : COL'XTY.County daily except :Sunday.: AM v lug
Hut the legislature was a fortunate: ('I".k-(\ H. Foster, Tallahassee.fllllflT \ .
eventful session and I roujt.That .fmli/c:-E.: M. iraham: Manatee.CVcrA PENINSULAR: f RAILROAD, PEN: 1XSU[LA R 1\11.1:0.\11:0: :< I>::,
was an came :
i .Il'lKIEH. / -''''Robert S. (irillith,, :Manatee.Siiiirrntnnlfiit ( .
back to my constituency' with a pocket full firs Uiiririt-Augustus: ].. Maxwell( Pcn-' of! firliiml*-Felix .1. :Sewanl: W"ld'J( il/'llurlt.) leaving n'lItrc Street Dock direct for Savannah.

of bank checks. saeola.tircoiiil) Pine IA.-VCI. WIIti\l; $nl'Ti1. PuvsfngiTs' and shippers are assured! ,
CHAPTER 1. Cifctilt-David) Walker:: Tallahassee. ;MVIUOX COl'XTY.County \\'aldn.iuuctiun, (1H.I.M.( ; of connection at Savannah\ with the steamships t

mi. i After this: promotion' was comparativelyeasy. \ Jwlije-J. M. Melntosh' Ocala. Leave Hawthorne....................... i."<0> .\. \1.; and trains for the North.
1. I was known, and in the regular line Third (.'iirin't-E.: J. Vann Madison.' CM-II. "'. Long; Ocala.tfujiciiiitciiilcnt Arrive Lot'hluos.a. .;.10.1. ;\1.
of succession.!! This 1 had, earned by bcven Fourth Ci.rl/I-I; I*. Arcliibald Jacksonville. '
: SctiHtil
of *-II. C. Martin, (10INO: ; NORTH. Steamer UitYi ('lu'I'1'1' ,
t consecutive years of hard work and( party Fort )(('( 'or. Leave I/iehloosa. "! A. ;M.Leave i "
fealty. I was made park commissioner. I Fifth Circuit/; -James Dawkins) : (Jaincsville. ; MONROE CofXTY.County : l Hawthorne........................10.45.1.. ;M.t ('.\ P. H. WARD
became a park commissioner' because! thatnl1hu Arrive Waldo .IIII\I'Ij.III..1.1.., : ) 1'. ;M.Trains Leaves Street )Dock) Wiilne.Ml.iy, ,
/ .Jet '-Chas. J. Ruben, Key AVcst.Clerk Centre< < every : ;
fell in thu :
to me deal and not because' .
AS7.r//i/ ('i""IIt-l; [ \IitncelI'J'ntnpt.. : : from Waldo, to Loehloosuaiid return. tidunlavftrS.l\.1NN.111:
John : tunchingutfll'NS'I'K
:Sitchcr. Key' West. tutu
; my 1 have way any, ] partiality'! for be abolished.parks.! If I They had (ford.i s.t.tI.' (i;"'nril-\Viii.; Archer ( '''ckl', San- ffujM-rtiitetnleut; of School,J. V. I Harris( Key Tuesday, Thursday' and, :Saturday.CONNECTIONS.; : : :ST. SIMON'S. DARIEX: and,

West. ( : DOBOY, OA.
vast of valuable
occupy' areas building ')
1 ground to little purpose. 1 !ll'rn'ilIso a xvs.su-". COUXTV.County ATLANTA. .llt'iiioniiuln..steamers ,.1 y
reason on the board, of health. An olllcious t'ourt ('.h'l..r..r. Jitif/ti'-Hinton J. (Baker Feniandina. 1 Close connection<< is made at Atlanta (ia.. .!

I doctor made himself particularly disagreeable : Tinnn CIIUTIT.E. to and from all)) points: Xorth, East: t. West andXorthvvcst .: / urn connected Through Tariti'
I 1 to mo there by insisting: on various: :. J. Vann, Judge; M.( .\. Hloiint, State's/ ('//I''' '-c: \\'. Maxwell, ]Fernandina., daily. with I the Atlantic, Sulf( iV: West India Transit -
1 "reforms" in the! crowded jiortlons.' of the !Attorney.ftjtrini 8//I'I'ff-l'l'Il'r/ ;( Cure, l''crnamlna.AtrMor : \T ;MVCOX<< "'\1 and Peninsular lallro/lllI.1I1111: / :Savannah : ,,
t He wanted of < of Tiuff-Win. 11. (larland Fer with steamships' for Haltimore Philadelphia
c.ity. a general Ttrin With : I.
Man y! Trains: for Eufauln; Columbus: (h1.loutgoulery'iluhile .,
drains, wastu' pipes, etc., and worse all, Taylor I'd in April.Madison nandina.Collector. )' tutu New Orleans. I New York and Hoston.For .
when we attempted it, he wanted it done on :3d Monday Monday[ in April. / of Ilrmiue Warren F. Scott, "Fern I :State-KoonH: ): +, TickeN( and 1 all other'

terms which would have ruined any politl- I IIHlllilfo'L. Jili! .Mntiiliiv.. : ((11 April. nandina.Sitjieriiiteii'lrnt. AT FF.UX.VXUIXV, .'1.\., )particulars_ ', upplv to the following Agents! :
1 tall bounced --.J S'I"III-\r.. With New York ami Fernandina Steamship and I Offices
contractor. or plumber.e 1 Suwannee, 1st Monday' IInt'rtl h :Mondavin Mahoney, :
/ him.( .\ 'silo {'nil a ha II. Line from Xew York on Wednesday 1 Fernandina, !'!n.-1('apt. J. L. Rnumillat: ,

I J XOTE.-If people\ are not I healthy, they Columbia{ :lM? I Monday( '] 1I0'rtth :Monday( OKVXOKCOiXTY.Connti I0.i"t: "I III. m., and for Xew York on FI'i.lalit .\l'lIt.) ('entreat.: bet ween:( :Second; und'fiorl.1 !
should take IlIl'l kine. That is what medicine In / ..1/11IVr-1]\ L. Siinunerlin (Orlando.CM :3.40 p. m.; from Xussuu, X. 1'., on Wctlnes-( :-a\'alillall.lill.-Vor.: Hull and Hryau :Sts.: ,

I is for. There might be a greater number l.nfayette, 3d Monday' : after Hit Monday[ in / -J. Ilughey( ; Orlando.Siiiirriiitrnilcnt ) ) duv ; for Nassau, X. P., on Wednesday.With (lilt,,,..itc Puhi!' ki and Seruven HOII l'.
of free dispensaries' held by efficient- April.Fall ; [ of. School*-John '1'. Becks (ietirgia; and! Florida Inland Steamboat Jacksonville, Fla.-Corner Hay: and\ PinoSts.
I )party workers on decent lIalur < "I. The 711I- Fort Reid Co. from" :Savannah on Tuesday, Wednesday ., Hr. L'Englc's: ; ] )Drug\ Store' : .\. 1'. Lan-

( druuWry( of prescribing and CUIIII"llIIlIlinglouhl | Taylor, I'd Monday' in October. FT. JOIIX'H COVXTY. FJ'i.la.111.1. Sunday::; ; for :Savannah:; on pheri'. Ticket Agent; .\. L. llungerford[ ,
he done by assistants at $10 week : Tuesday, FridaIIl1d :Sunday:: Agent.
l : :
JK.T Madison' Mondav 1 in October.
Juu! R. C ;
CII.\PTEH ".11. Hamilton( 4th Monday I in October. County. ytM.. 'uupcr :St. Augustine. ;' With Charleston :stcnmen (St. Jill.,.',.IIUtI<\ ;t. Augustine, Ia.-Oll the Hay, U. F.Armstrong .

I It is' a part, of my political creed that t ajiolitlclan Stiwannee, M Monday( after 4th Monday l Clerk-Bartolo I,'. Oliveros){ : :St.: '..lugu.tine.SupnlulemIeJ Wednesday City: )%111(1))and from Sunday Savannah; for and Savannah I Charleston and 1'alatka!, ,Fla.Agent.:-Lilienthal Hrothers & ('II., _
in October.Columbia. .
l is lit for any sort of office The of School*-Thomas: A. Pacctti Charleston :\101111:1IlIh\ Friday.With Agents.'
t 1 or the office bo :L'd Monday( after Hit Mond.iyinOctober. ( .
} practlculduties : can always I Augustine.: Steamer Flora, daily to and from! \ St. GUSTAVK; LiVK.ienenil : .
performed by subordinates.. Hut the political SUM; TKIS: COfXTY.County ;' Mary's, Sa., and seutt-weekly to and from (; 1'1I:04.1'III.rIWIlt.: .
of duties] which t.alil'l'Itl',3.1Iollela\ after 4th Monday.11I
round may give one\ the ) :St.: Mary's River "
t October. Jiulijt-Henry S.IIS.idy! l Lec.sbnrg.' Landings.: W. 1< HAUUY.
open icame to any office requires years of Clerk-Tho'mas J. Iv'e ', Leeslnirg.Suitertntemlfiit .' (UCIll'rnlt'lIt, Savannah
I toll and cxpCrdencel1'heu: I was appointedinspector IOVKTII CIKLTIT. : } / AT KVI.DWI.V, 1\ )
!! of steamboats I didn't know) what R. B. Archibald, Judge; Samuel Y. Finley, of Sthool; *-H. H.Duncan] '\" Trains for Live Oak, Tallahassee, and 11 J. X. HAUltlMAX:' .
Lake Crillin.
iartOf boat to inspect. Relying on that State's Attorney. all points! in Middle. and West Florida. -- Manager.SUMMER

f / fortunate Destiny which has never deserted Fj'riny} 1''rlll- HrWASXEK' fOfXTY. AT LOCHLOOriV, FLA., SCIIEnt.I; :

me In'oar 1')1it; l'alfl'Cr': I went t calm and. :$;t. J lln'lI. :M Tuesday in March.( County Judy.-! Michael( A. Clouts, Live With Steamer Al/>liu for all points' : and
I collected on my first official tour of inspection Clay, 4th Tuesday 'in March. Oak. ]landings on Orange: akc, on arrival of Peninsular TilE fTE.VMF.IW;
( ai\ board the old Iluxtttj. Said I, "Cup- Bradford, hot Tuesday in April. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. Railroad Train.ATUVINIWILLE.

[ 'stain, I've come t.) inspect your'bout; show] Baker, :IM 1 Tuesday in April.! Siinerintfiuleitt; SrlwIJI.t-.J.. O, -Jones' (I- a .--_
J due ht-r defects He waved mo1 to his private Nassau :M] in Live Oak : FL\ ,
Tuesday April. ,
1 : tt\ t ;;;, cuhhi, where:a rrfhfrcht collation wits Duval Tuesday 1 in Mav.t'alt nlll'$I\ COfXTY. With Stage Line (for Ocala and Tampa on 1 ST. JOHNS } *" !:' <;IT\ POINT'}

pr<'JlarCt1. We drunk to the defects! of the 1'I'TI/I- County:: Juiliie-Vrt.tl. I. LalYnoticre, Enterprise. _lolI.lay.l'hll'IIllIr and Saturday ; from .- --.* *. .
litutup and at the close of the entertainment St. John's 3d Tuesday in September. Ocala ami Tampa Tuesday' Friday and Sun

,, thC'ngl'ut'of the company presentedme Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. t'lak--JollII. Dickins: l Enterpr('. day.
1 \ with a neat little testimonial of respect, \T ('F.I\\R KEY, FLA.,
) Bradford lilt Tuesday in Octolx'r. S"J"'ri"tflllltt of Si-h<>ul.i/ --James ]II. Chandler
d J \ \\f which I took to a bank for safe-keeping. .\ Baker :Jd Tuesday in" October.) [ Enterprise.: With Tami-a Line for

tJ mouth afterward the Hnntuii Litnp., yeti Nassau :'M Tuetubiy in October.Duval ) Tain|>a and Manatee 3itilttiayand' Thursday' \ '
i l.t the inspection had been natl-factory every \ 3d Tuesday in Xovcmber. lit 4 )p. in., and for, Key'iVest Sunday and 'if- ,
unC'whd( took part In it. IIAVAXArEEKLY Thursday, at Ii! p. in. --- : ;
FIFTH (IR'CIT.Jatni : .
E CHUTKlt: VIII. : FAST MAIL SERVICE. With the United States and Havana( Fast
1 j ; "
l"l''f t A thorough political training requires that B. Dawkins, JudgeV.] ; A. llocker \ Mail t Steuner.lbrri/'al for Key \\'l'*>t, 1(luvana, VI7"ILL ]leave Fernandina for Jacksonville:

4 one vhould hold, alternately offices under the Solicitor. Cuba, on arrival of Special Train, every Tuesday 11 and Palatka, and intermediate laiul- '"
L' Sjirng TcnaSumter ings::: on the St. John's River and :
afternoon, at 4.0:! 1'. m. From Havana, :Savannah
Yi city, the State and the Federal
{ besides. :I'd Monday( iu March. Oil I' and[ [K."t en'l'H.&tllr.la. '. Special and Charleston, as folows :
I i carrying one's inone's I
majority )Marion 3(1! Mondav[ in March.Alaihua ; .
1 /0./ train connect. I
!I llCket. In such manner within three
1st Momlay[ after 4th Monday in From Fernandina .
i With Steamer for points'(' on the
,: Ese1ertlriee
l, \ years I wus: deputy United ::;tuh'8l.II'Clor. March.Levy' r
:J> Suwanneo River, un'I 1 bur-days' tit (0 a. in. FOR JACKSONVILLE::
: \ afterward a State commissioner: for something 3d] Monday 1I0l'rttlt Monday; in AND PALATKA, :j
.' I and Performed the and 1 '"
March. by new << elegantly tip Jiir E'EltY'EDNK; :-:U.1Y.]) -r
etc., apply to
i s thence I new to a went in Congress.It's Putnam. hot Tuesday after lt Monday[ in jMiintetl steamship ADMIUAL]): : (sidewl'ieel; ), A. O. MvcDOXELL, 't
all after know the The II II1
t easy you ropes. March according to the following scheilule : From Fernandina
(icn'l Ticket and I'uss..lgent.'
offices themselves' merulv' holes into
are Full TrrmSumter- I 1A'\\'c: Cwlar Key on Tuesday' morning. .
D MAXWELL: (;ien'lSupt.) 21.ST. .
which the political] 1 roulette ball fulls. This 4th Monday( in October. (Passengers: from Savannah leave by steamer .SAVANNAH: AM CHAKLESTO.V:( ) ,
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i is the crowning bounty of our system of Marion, l Monday after 4th :Mondav in City of Bridgeton on Saturday 4 1'. in. I..caveFcmandinu JIAUY'S KIVKIl IMC'liKT. Jiff EVEnFml: Y.-t
1t'1I1& regular of ;
government. row steppingstones October or Jacksonville l by Transit Railroad

i.t from deputy United Stall's marshal Alachua, 3.1 Monday[ after 4th Monday in train Monday morning; ), Arrive tit Close connection made, with teamen for,
to the office in the of the
up highest gift October I Key West Wednesday' mornlllrrh't' at Mellonville) and Elltl'rl'ril'eIln: with t-teain-

( l 1I'OI'I001IIIeuII I the politieians.CIUPTER Levy, 1st Monday after 4th Monday[ in I ]Havana( Wednesday afternoon. i : ers for Ocklawaha [River; also: ut Savannah

ix.At Xovcmbcr.I'utnam. Returning Il'lIn.'UanllllThunotta, even with .steamers for New York, Philadelphia,
the commencement of my career, 1 :1.M Tuesday after Monday' [ in I ing. Leave Key West Friday JIInrnili Arrive Boston and Haltimore.and Charles-ton with

somewhat feared the press. I have long Jccember.William) i Cedar Key Saturday morning (and at ] :: :STEAMER FLOKA.CAPT. steamers fur New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore
since: gut over that Xo genuine politician tI.EVDTIl (1R11. Jacksonville and Fernandina hTrnn'lit l'H and with Northeastern & South Curlo-
now pays any attention to the raving andscolding Archer Oocke.! Judge; A, St. flair- }Railroad Saturday! evening and at Savannah JOHN RICK ARDSONl'1I.I.llL'N ] : Ima Railroads:: for routes: North East: and

:t. of mere editors. Jet your office, Abrains, States: Attorney. ny !steamer! nty:01 Itridgetutt'Iontla: )' morning \ OX THE: ST. MARY'S RIVer West. -
hold it, and when they scold] lay back in ), thus forming the shortest jiossible sea during the season as follows :
y chair and ask words Vofuwialst route between the United States and (1tta. EVERY )(OXDA'\' FIRST-CLASS. PASSENGER] : .\('('oDIO-
I your them in the of a Monday in May.Brevard Leave ST. MVRY'S : and 1 1)\TlUXS.
I r" lamented but unfortunate compatriot of 2d Monday in May. PASSAGE: RATES.C THURSDAY MORNING ut G o'clock, for
t 1 mine What are you going to do about it?" Orange, 3d 1 Monday in May. !". Fjcvrtion.; }'ER U tlI1U ; and will I leave FERNAXDIXAhame Through Tickets and Staterooms wtured
,t useful when Savannah to 1I\\'alll&$32 00 $-IS MFernundiiia 8 for CAMP PIXCKXEY and all information
t Reiwrters are you want to use Datte.2t1 MOlltla.ln. June. days at u. III., furnished at office, corner
f. )a them, ,,1 regard& editors only as boss: reporters. Fill TermVolusia- to Havana..... 20; 00 38 00 and all intermediate landings on the river. Centre and { The people are useful and serve u !great, lilt Monday In Xovember.BrevanJ Jacksonville to Havana ...? :33 00 3* 50 Returning EVERY TUESDAY and FRIDAY :20-ly c. A. NOY ES.
function us voter They must necessarily :Jkl! Monday( in Xtivt nilier. For staterooms and tickets' : apply to LKVE: will arrive at ST, MARY'S at :5 i p. m.,
N belong to one or the other of the two great Orange) 3d Monday in Xovember. .ALDEX'S:) Tourist[ Offices. ouching at FERXAXDIXA. A. II. XOYES,
parties in the country, and us one tide nearly Dude, 2d Monday in December.County Savannah, (ia.-Corner Hull and Bryanftrcets. On \\' ': : .\y ? and SATURDAYS
i t- balances the other the jieople' as a factor in .. II. .A. l"LL.X.t'llt.. will leave ST. MABY'S at 8:30:: u. in., and can GROCER AXI SHIP CHAXDLEIt: :,
politics.,are almost eliminated. The real o't'rllul1linulUollt Hotel. A. I. MEI: be chartered for excursions: toDuugeueaM

struggle lies inside of the parties themselves. OHIrerN.AL.VCIIl'A LEN, Agent. DEALER 15
Owing to the present per of our |>olit-- JaCklllll\\"iUl-c.'urJ\ Hay and Pine st street in the tr
t\lfSTY. A. C. : : and other points of interest vicinity Provisions, Liquors Etc. 1
cat system for ]olitUiaiis: the people proper LAXPHERE. Agent.St. .
I llnd' it Impossible to &get inside of. affect Influence County Jiulije! -Junius C. Gardner, (iainesVille. Augustine-On the Hav.* If. F. ARMSTRONG Fcrnandina. -

f t ... or iu any way derange the appliance Agent_ __ :JOtfMHS Through IIIIU or Lading AUE.NT FOR H. F. AVERY & CO.'S PLOWS.
r' +* whereby we move the great machine. CUrk-J, A. Carlisle! (Oullll ,me. by MALLORY'H LINE of Steamers to all
t; I'The 5'l offices originally intended for the ben- .!lIp,rliitfndtut i If tchuol* \}, ..\. Myt-rs I AXXK ('I..'UK":, founts on the St. Mary's.Clone -
the people have been converted into tiaincsville. CEXTKE STREET
jte6tof Couuertloiinade
I "'
] cordon of defences for the BIKER ST., BET. CEXTBE AIACIII-A,
Ja vast politician, roi-.vry. 'l'lnnu
with the Xew York and Savannahsteamers.
:52 tf
I other one supporting and all working and connecting in bt.'autifulooJ\'rt with the Qjuiity Jwl t-JlIlm R. Hcnulon, Sander Jo'tnx.\XDi"\: ..\., Mark all"b"Outi:: Cure of Steamer -- ._- FERXAXDIXA. FLA.WM. .

I together for theside that has possessionAl of40C liOn.ClcrtJo'. J. Puns Sauderxoii.A.fjfrinttndtntoifch I'EVLERIX THE flora' tOOD! Femaiftlina.ACX-OMMODATIOXS FOR PAStengers. II. C. DVKYEE

..-\ew 1"lIrt.GrapMc..
Olustee. ('hol't".t Fruits and Vegelnblex.COXFECTIOXERIfX find this:: a very attractive trip, as the Menerys GENERAL MERCHANT

MEW have been known to correct their BJUt\t'OIiP l\l'.NTV. :: grand and alligators and other game are fEsrte ST., NE.4K R.; R. DEPOT
fit ,vanity subdue their pride and even over- touts Jtul j<-J. R. Richanl PI'\I\' <1eIU't". : ETC.Bliss : abundant.For ,

? v''j wrae: their BUiwmtitloiw! but, once Impregliateil t'lerl-Ilt'nn. F. Turk I lake Butler.tiujxriuteMlfttt further Information apply to FERXAXDIXA, FLAt
ible for : uf G'houL--t'. Harrison: Garden Suds JUAN RICHARDSOX: ,
( 1 with it, it U: hl1po u man to Flowers, Farm and
yet rid of his vulgarity. Starke. Garden Implements 7 tf 25-tf Jo'rnmdilll'Ia.: IIuj ('orn, Oa.li.1e .


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i "\VffYM.Y: C'lYilCKi':. I fOCK-J--un, n.tnr. Hut in the. growing season the case reverses lWUfJ.1 TIOXI1..II. ..
'I' I dryness i is then fatal nnd wetness I is u re --
Jt;. (Successors: to J. M.( Cooper t ('0.,) Hock-a-bye, babv, in the treetop.When quisite.: Sometimes 1\ !lielllOnwntcrin does Sr.t.r l Kmr: .\TJIThc) farmer's children

"3 ;, 1>VLKU.S 1VT(9' : the wind blows tbe cradle will rook ; not !'suffice because it 'snot penetrate soil are too apt to give up the idea of ,securing a
.\, I When tbe bough )breaks the cradle will fall, that t has become so dry as to repel water. good education because they cannot bo sent
: ( School and JI Iil4'IIIUH'OU1! ,,! 'r Z Down tumble)' )baby, ), and cradle 1\11I1n1l.:' Hanging vases are apt) to get in this condition to' the high schools and college, as are the

,I 0 :\11111':111 only be soaked nut of it by ten children of rich men In towns! II lilt cities.
,": hock-a-bye, baby : the meadows: in bloom minutes! more )fllrtl\alnnd complete Immersion i This I is all wroll The Knnsn, l-'mmirr says
\,\, -I si- Uiugh! at the sunbeams\ that dance ill the in a pail of water. Such a bath the man or woman who, has. learned to read
'. II' -- ---* room, Lcn'titsthe can master almost any branch of knowledgeif
-" :1 BOORS 3 HOOKS | F.cbo: the birds with your hntlllll'), 1 ing insect which plantMLy(1ruwniugwilt-t'xltnnst are often too minute) to "be possessing: average natural abilities. Hooks -. tare

.., 'I;.( +. p $ Coo at the sunshine ;and !Hotter* of June. 't'llItiI'iihle.! These!' remarks!' were prompted cheap and abundant which treat on any

: ---l I 1---t by" the case of a fuchsia in a lal'gl'l'nt branch of art or science the student may
> :"; : Ayer'sHair .. Hoek-a-bye. )baby ; as: softly it .lwint"On'r which seemed to get dry faster" than! its rather choose to t pursue. And addition to standard
the cradle the mother love
t sings
; fady foliage could be expeited to exhaust' works on all branches: of useful! wad .
,I : i 5'; STATIONERY: ) AND FANCY ((500DS: OKALL Brooding/ or cooing at even or daw if, the water, and was not looking "" ,II. Ex practical knowledge, there are periodicals:
What will it do when the mother t is ?
gone did \ devoted to dispensing Information
KINDS: I'OIlUI'I'to summer rains of continuance:
\ ::} Vigor \ not seem to ht'lit.\ On at last turning it on those< brunches of art or sciencevlnch ......
01l11ll'till' skies
: Rock-a-bve, baby: so \ ,
all the details and experiments' relatingto
11'W111I11 removing the it give
'or. Congress and St. Julian. SK, IIhlt' the of upside\ ; pot was
I depths! own laughingeyes "
n:4 your that takes in 1o
found I that the middle\ of the ball was quite every new discovery place

: '1liFOR\ RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS Nutaiiimh, (:('or llI. ; drv. It had been too loosely potted for one their 'particular t field of labor. ,...
; :Sweet i is the 11I1Iaho'l'r \'OUl'lIt'ot, ."
It should be the aim of man,
down the every young
------ -- -- thing, and the water ran near
j' ': ;t' NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR. TILCO\, CJIHIIS A ('0., That tenderly sings little baby to I't'ol. walls of the pot ; there was: u notch in the and woman tent who are just entering life,
,11. : :: rim had to make special study of one or more ;s;
1 too, which prevented a watering
'II. IT is Importers) and Dealers in Bock-a-bye, baby ; the blue eyes will dream of and In this *.*>
: t ; a most agreeable dressing, which Sweetest'when'mamma's : from amounting t i to over quarter of an inch branches knowledge, making
\ eyes over them it should always be with reference to
I is at once harmless and effectual for
preserving ------ --'- beam .
'l I >* ; Pixcmso: IlvcK: lIu\. .: 11x5..1: correspondent the line of business!' : they propose!' to pursue!
I r'; the hair. It restores, with the 1 i Never again) will the world seem so fnir.It.tp. asks if we would rl'e'Ol1lnll'llIll'hH'h.' as a living occupation ; that is! the employment

t ,r : gloss and freshness of youth, faded or gray, {
::: light, and red hair, to a rich brown, or deep "' '-- .-_. '" Rock-a-bye: baby ; the blue ores will burn grow rampant If J"pinching the: back" bemeans daily: bread. This point having been of determined reading ,.
'', to pinch oil" ends of the tender definitely, a systematic course -
) i I black, as may be desired. By its use thin .\llIlnchl'with t that your manhood will learn; vines, we say no. Our custom is tntl'illlOllr should be laid down and all books and
\ 11Y
,.\ hair is thickened, and baldness often US STRKCT: Swiftly'burdens the years come with sorrow and I care" vines: in early spring) after all danger of periodicals treating that }particular branch

't, ,' hough not always cured. It checks falling Suviiiiiiiili, C l'nrgla. With must bear. the wee dimpled shoulders freezing i Is past t, being governed in the of knowledge should be sought out and carefully -
; amount cut nway by the growth,!: made the studied. Anv young man or woman
: of the hair immediately, and causes a new hniul of I last year If the growth has been great we who will pursue this. course for one year systematically. !!
a growth in all where the Keep constantly iju u IIfltll'lll\\lr\ \ luck-n-bye baby\ ; there': coming a tiny11'hose : if weak less the aim the hours to
; cases glands are their rcli'brtiti'il sorrows'u; mother's can't kiss cut more; cut being" to devoting spare
4 not decayed ; while to brashy, weak, oj lips check excessive tendency wood growth, readingand gathering available information -
Sat aWII"nape and, to divert to fruit growth_; After all the hearing on the object of Hlr.
J&MANIPULATED <'A.5.Nothing ( : having a )
otherwise diseased hair it when its shall\ )be change t to
Imparts vitality :song a
of time in
bunches of have suckers
grapes\ set!, or young suit, while avoiding waste light,
and strength, and renders it pliable. better can be bail for fall and will- moan shoots of vine will start at the union of the trilling and promiscuous!' reading; as much as
), bear all alone..
ter ('ro)''. Price FIYInOl.LAHS: PER Crosses: that baby must: leaf with thc cane or new growth As soon possible, will I be agreeably) surprised: at the

The VIGOR cleanses the scalp, cures and HAS( or FIFTY DOLLARS{: PER TON') as these shoots or suckers\ are two or three amount of solid knowledge) (that will have ,
the meadows in bloom
prevents the formation of dandruff and F.O.I! railroad or steamer at Savannah. Uuck-a-bye, baby ; ; inches long we break them on" from the been gained: in the "idle I hours" of this short
; the frost \ the in
Send for circulars giving certificates, etc May never )pall beauty main and thus throw thin strength into tilt period. If you will Inquire into the lives of
by its cooling, stimulating, and soothing bloom. fruit and main rather than the Mick- who have become
------ - elutes: any of our great specialists) : t
properties, it heals most if not all of the FOR SALE Be thy world ever bright" cradle as: to-day:i is it i is 1CI'C'II-" ers. This! operation! corresponds to that of famous in some branch of science, ns explorers
Rock-a-bye, baby thy green rubbing oil suckers' water from and discoverers of truths
humors and diseases peculiar to the scalp, or sprouts) :, inventors : new
} apple trees in ! keeping it cool, clean, and soft, under 'of and branches
AaillCULTUlUL.TIIK amount labor improves the one or two of knowledge,
:::1 which conditions diseases of the scalp and i +++.........................................""..... ".......++1. crop. There is no one thing on the garden exploring' and tracing up every avenue care

hair are impossible. 1 ri SCIKNCK: : OK lvlclII\o-\lr.: W. W. Lordcrl' better than well-eared vine. a thorough understanding of the

i A ISIKAUM: 1I0'l'IU. New"nun, in a paper recently read before the Alter pruning in the spring' there i is no cutting subject i is obtained. This complete learning

As a Dressing for Ladies' Hair ; Onondaga Farmers' Club' grants that there to he done until the spring following.Mn. is t then( put into practice and it almost invariably -

'tj. +++"........................................................+++ is some foundation for the common belief 1 proves source of valuable income .
The VIGOR Is incomparable. It is color- that soil covered bv boards" stones: or a I .1. F. '1'11.1.1\1111: < a large grower of for life, by which large fortunes are frequently

less, contains neither oil nor dye, and will :oituat'llllirl'dl on the Railroad: mulch of any kind is: mellowed and fertilized vegetable plants in the Pennsylvania coal! ,. accumulated. There) is no class! of
though Il"thilll'all he ,derived region ail vises giving: plants which have so rare! an opportullih'fllr
not soil white cambric. It ....... ..... .. ........ even ;)\ persons \possessing '
imparts an ++* .. .. ....... ++++ except) in the last raM, from the covering been removed from I the seed I bed I and have this plan of study as (arlllcl'I. Farm work

agreeable and lasting perfume, and as an I i IN ONK: OF TIm : material explanation) of the edict produced lost manv .,their line rootlets, time to formllv I is such that it must be performed by the
............1 I............ V feeding mouths before, setting out in
"4 article for the toilet it is economical and be find, first in the fact that the light of the sun When the shades oI'eve
"' I: HEALTHIEST: ][( ; ; PARTS OF FLORIDA !: ground'is kept moist: and porous, no. hagl 1 1I full exposure to sun and wind. He recommends ning close around the farm active labor

unsurpassed. in its excellence. I +H-+.................. .........................................++++ I crust: being! formed on the surface by" the sun that the roots be dipped into muddy ceases and season of rest and Idleness in
and beating rains ; and secondly, that ants, water and the plants laid in 'oollllll\-It\: tervenes. Idleness is not n healthful rest.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., For particulars: address worms and smaller! animals live" and bur place for twelve to forty-eight hours or till but a change t' of labor; a change from tinsTVcrrphysical -

Practical aDd Analytical Chemists --- FLORIDA{ HlWn, row and die under such a, covering, pulver- small white rootlets, are seen issuing from ( exert irnrinlposetbv the act-' -
i/.ing the soil and fertilising it with their excrements the routs It is certainly of great importance lye duties of the farm, to mental[ activity
Lowell, Mass. 5'Mf: Fernandina) Fla. to a plant or cutting that it be
and their bdies.Ir.) Newman: young while: the body is in repose, is the most
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. "supposes: also: that the difference in temperature not allowed to flag and this is a good way healthful rest that it is possible to take. The
.- --- -- --- _. to prevent it when plants have been pulled .
II. J. D.t (EI{ A I UO., caused by the mulch may have something mental and physical powers arc well balanced
THE F'LOIUD.\ to do with the enriching:; changes that up roughly: and carried some distance, or by such a system, and the most robust t
go on hchcath it, but for this supposition: we when the weather i is parching. Instead of health and vigor are imparted to both mind
final no foundation. Indeed, we may almost laying the plants down would be better to and body. In the cold season there are threeto

LA\D: AND IMiliIATIOCOMPA'Y; 215>> Pearl St., New York, : be satisfied with the first reason.: Everyarable stand th,11up thinly in sand or mellow five hours daily which can bo devoted to
soil contains an immense quantity of earth Hut careful lifting and immediate mental work and culture, which time is utterly -
OFFERS 1 plant food, that is not in 1lit condition for planting: out of n pun of water with water t wasted! in thousands of farm houses.
the use of vegetation but must first suffer: poured into the bottom of each hole if the The excuse for this deplorable waste! of time

certain chemical changes by which it is: converted soil i is dry, is a safe Practicevith all plants and neglect of mental improvement, that
800.000'r.....* MANUFACTURE-US OF'rIIIRE9TER'N but the few refractories, that always show offence -
from insoluble to soluble fitrlll,'or after\ a hard day's work the body is too tired
from compounds that are les.s acceptable to at being removed excepting V-itli an and! sleepy to study, is: utterly void of truth.
Of the most: those which are more acceptable to entire ball out of u i pot or with the protection Those accustomed to labor daily on farmsare

the plant. /Such: changes cannot go on at all of a hand-glass or paper. not more fatigued than any other class

ACCESSIBLE: AND DESIRAHLKLAMW ; : I in a'rr dry soil, and they will go on most A KRUiT-ricKKn is the latest! invention. It of people' and such a quiescent state, of
E rapidly in a wout, rather than a wet soil. body, while the mind is interested and act
i Is eollarof sheet metal four
One of the most important of these unavailable simply a ring or ive in the pursuit of Home cho (,study, is!
- five inches and the in diameter
IX TIIK or high same -
constituents of plant food i is the nitrogen the most rt'litful"f all conditions.!
with the ortion formed I into half
of vegetable and animal res lhlt't.: Ily upper i> The habit of reading must! be acquired if
STATE OF FLORIDA, ORANGE TREE: MANURE:, oxidation in a damp soil with free access: of a dozen points like it crown, each point being it has been neglected, by some effort, or a
covered with indiarubber disc shield
air through its po rOllS surface, this nitrogeniwussc.s. : or languor! will steal over the senses of the out
to prevent the fruit from injury by ( Intact.
: to a greater or less extent into the door laborer when he himself to
At only $1.25 per acre to new settlers:, with nitrates A socket in the fide receives a )light j
form of
spedall'alllaLlc"for plant 'bottom read, after\ exercise in the open air, which

the privilege of selection in parcels of 40 (Undsr Formula of CJeo. n. Forrester.! ) food. It has been recently shown that this: of any the rt..luin'lliength ring or crown, extends and from a light the hosu of will soon carry him off to drenta-land, but n
nitrification, as it is called: i is brought about little will correct this
acres or more. These lands are located on cotton other material to practice soon tendency
drilling light
and adjacent to the )line of the by the agency of minute living organisms convey the fruit or down to the hand of tileopl'mtor. It must be understood that no very profitable -
and that they work better in the dark than headway can bo made if time la squandered
in the light ; hence in a soil under a covering or into basket wagon, or wherever in chatty, miscellaneous reading. To
Pronounced O the desire! !Standing on tbe ground, the
by Orange rowers
ATLANTIC, GULF AND WEST INDIA very of any kind that excludes light and prevents operator reaches for the fruit the points of habitually read what there is no object or
evaporation, but does not exclude the side profit in remembering, tends to weaken and
the each of the
crown passing on : stem
TRANSIT CO.'S R. R., air the conditions are most: favorable for le troy the retentive and analytical facultiesof
and detaches
u light upward shove easily
this exceedingly ingwrtantcheuicalchan ,l'. and the memory, and this is the reason. why
fruit it down the
Beat :Manure for the Orange Tree Nitrates arc easily leached out of a soil hyI'er'olatill drops through; crown much fiction reading \Is injurious to the
and hose. The hold the
t [extending from FERNANDINA on the At operator[ can polein
water under stone
a or a mind. The
; reason! why our girls and young
band and
the hose in the
!antic, to CEDAR KEY, on the Gulf coast, will not take place as: readily one other or women make no little headway In acquiring
the hose can bo hooked to a small moveable
[thus affording to the producer cheap, constant as! in an uncovered soil ; therefore we are inclined bracket placed on the pole for that useful knowledge when the amount of reading -
to believe that a soil Which has: been purjMj.se they do is: contrasted with the information
awl rapid transportation to the best thus thus: allowing of handling the (Mile with
: protectdduringseveral weeks of warm of
value they which
on subjects
(markets., : FOIlllESTKK'S COJII.L. TE 91ANURKN weather will be found to be richer in nitrates hose.both hands: or an assistant can manage the are most: intimately possess associated with their

The belt of country traversed by the Tran- than a soil close by it but unprotected, everyday lives( 111 answered Iti thou con.
lit R. R. embraces aid that herein lies the chief reason of the FOREHTH: ANI) Tilt ATMOSPHERE.-The at- slant and 1 ,uarcitmitllnj;r f ; devotion; j; t to i fiction.j;:
.. enriching of the soil under such circum tlfHer'i L'lironich says : From concurrent Their ( abuliim is: composed of sugarplums

stances.SELECTING. thermometric observations: male in forests Instead of wholesome thought food.

EVERY VARIETY OF SOIL DAIRY 'oWS.-l.oI"Mk first to the and away from them at 1,40 and at 14 meters There can be found no higher enjoyment,

FOE EVERY .'.\KM CROP, great characteristics! a dairy 'ow-a large above the ground level M. Fautrat arrives while nt the name time more profitable employment

P, o JtO be found in the State a large proportion stomach, indjcated by broad hips broad' or at the following conclusions.: In consequence for farmers! especially the young
double chine of the ditlerenceH of temperature men and women or the farm-house, than
[ -these indicate large digestivealgpatatlS
l being IIl''uliarlyallliptl.'l1 to the culture of
which observed underneath the the
'\ which is the first essential are foliage study of different branches which have
h.yo SIM-TaoPIC\L: FRITH and Early Vegetables, }Prepared scientific principle- producea to the manufacture of milk. :Secondly requisite \I and above the summits: of trees, a current of a direct relation to their dally enjovment.

s [and The urge Compact Bodies of Timber a good constitution, delpt| ending largely ujxln air from 'below upwards: is! established in forests These subjects are numerous and of Infinite

[make these lands: worthy of CAREFUL K l.datIxt large yll'lclp'r acre.ALpo tile lungs and heart which should I be wt.1Idevelolll'll : and also lateral currents around woods!, variety Wo will enumerate a few : The curfcr
TION by manufacturers of LUMBERI and this is: easily determined! by from the foliage towards the open space beyond. lIt breeds: of farm stock, their physiology, ,
examination ; but the vigor and tone of the These current cause n healthy breeze care, management, etc. Farm buildings I.
i, "'liD I N\V\tSTORKS. constitution are indicated by tile lustre. of in hot weather. The ascending current carries dairying-which carry the student into time'

the hair and brightness: of the and horns oil'above the forests the vapors from the realms of architecture, ventilation, heat,
eye soil, puts this latter in communication with with all their kindred subjects and chemistry
NEW: SETTLERSiParchasing DKVU.BS!: : IS and the whole make-up. Thirdly having
determined by her capacity for digesting surplus the clouds, and fills tile office of a ligbtnlikg with its wonders which are but partial
food for making milk, look carefully to conductor; and it U to this: no doubt, that ly ('developed. The composition of soils the
land from this company are fur- PRIME AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS the receptacle for the milk-the udder-and I forests owe their remarkable projierty of growth of plants; horticulture, with its re'

Jnished with entire free pottage on the Tran- the veins leading to it. The cow may 8J4.'tilU- I keeping hailstorms at a distance" fining and uttthetic tastes ; entomology{ botany

;:_sit Railroad for family and personal effectsto SULPHATE AMMONIA, late a large amount of food which goes mostly PKoriTH SHEEP JUiHijro.-Four years ago ornithology. Tbe diversity! of.the field
to lay on flesh and fut but if she has of knowledge which invites every fanner to
; > along Mr. Fleet bought ten bend of shevp, the
the station the land says
.: nearest purchased. .NITRATE: SODA, its study and which enters Into his
broad un.llll''l' udder, with large milk JIJIISatuteliew, for which he paid$' each, or pursue ,
:1'ITLE.COMPLETE, being derived by veins, it is safe to conclude that her large $-tU for the lot. The first year the wool crop everyday life and labor, is unequaled in

[grant from the United States and purchase SUPER PHOSPHATE LIME, -upacity fur digestion and assimilation are sold for $18 ; the second $'lH ; and the third, any other branch of industry. In the house
active in tilling this receptacle.' In fait, the $MIJ, era total of $142. He has killed' MX hold the developments which are, being
< }from the State of Flori'Lt. SULPHATE: OF 1-OTASH udder I h the first jtoint to look at in cursory I r head, which have netted him more than the mode are scarcely less numerous, valuable
examination of a"' M Jw. f.>r nature U not apt I: original outlay, and still has fifty howl IIr old Interesting subjects of .so'lntercwting Isno
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. NITRATE OF IXJTASH. to create in vain.{ If Jt reUAhtlt"'l the buck ': sheep and thirty young ones, from which lie class i>f enple who have a

I line of the thighs, well up behind, reaches estimates that he will shear at least '$UiU; field for study and investigation, so much
Descriptive M.in and CIUTLAK mailed on MURIATE OF POTASH, well forward w broad and moderately deep, worth of wool. This will give $.}oo for wool time to devote! to it, and from which so

application. and teats well apart, and akin Boflandflaxtic. .I in the four rears and his flock'U worth $ 'iO large an amount of pfcunutry compensation
W. LEWIS, MAGNESIA, it may be inferred that nature has provide" more. Of (wura'their keeping has been a can be drawn, us American farmers. Thousands
Land Commissioner. menu for,filling) it. I If the udder be a small source of exit-lute but the benefits of a Hock I ot precious hours are wasted which

Office cur. l\ew't} a nd Seventh +ts.t SULPHATE.OF FODA, round cylinder, hanging down in front of of hheep in keeping down! wce ; the thighs like a six quart pail, the CU'ocall I oil a farm almost coinitenaate: for their fnn minds to thought and training them to men

Ilf Strlvtly Pure Ground lIou(>. not be a profitable milker, whatever! tli '-H- A fanner of experience| in wool growing; ha* tal vigor, compare In some degree to the
Iiolt.iIE'DIIEW.1Vholeiale the apl.aratlwshemey> have. yellow .skin I well said that there is more money in grow symmetry, strength and vigor of their per
and u yellow ear (inside) are alm<...t universally lug wool at twenty cent a jtouJid titan to sons.: In place of the, dense ignorance, which

regarded as present in a cow that gives loan your money at ten [per cent, Interest U too often found in country neighborhood,
and RetailOOKS .1.1CJIAS. t Our circulars give full particulars and aremail.l rich yellow milk ; but.ufler you find time in I I intelligence and a high ktandard of self tultitre -
free to all will interest dication mentioned alone, you may admire ,, fcbould lie the, rule. A change: in the
applicants. They as other inU WI: 5 ly when we assert that branchc' taught in the public school
KTATIOXr.KY, you if interested in Agriculture many | > as you .pleaouch asa Vegetable might:
you arc las. Hall' Sicilian !Hair Renewer be aid
or Orange Culture. ti"'t-'I fcHcuUheoii ; a long lim tail ; a I U llIl..lto materially in the direction
--- --------- 1545mOr. beautifully turned, dishing face ; drooping( ;I the last article of the kind} sold oa the wp have endeavored to |*,lnt OlJt.-'luhi/
And JII'SIC, waxy 'horn.a small, straight, lhu l leg, or American Continent.. 1.1.Jnaltriaallaa._ de- J'ryittrr
AltTIIUIt (,, FORD, any other Jitncyj-oint* ; but du not look for I luonxtratuJ this and the article is an elegant _. Ti

50 W&T lUr STBET : these till you ha\efound thernliaI".-.\''(- and cleanly one, without which Wt think i A -BMEa'* WIFE, in s speaking the smartness
DENTIST, tip,ud lire lfN.t J'iur IYd. no toilet complete. Messrs. Johnston, JIol. aptne-u and intelligence of her on, u
luvvay Co.. tm; Arch tre4, Philadelphia, lad six old, to a lady
JACKSONVILLEFURIDA.. Fourth St., bet. Centre and Alachua, A TIIIIWTY+ Fec'.w.u.-Thtt watering of ,' are the agent; fur the article, and} when our : "lie years ran read l fluently in acquaintancemid ot
.plant* in twits i U an art to U learned.. Differeul allpart
Philadelphia (friend return (room (
I 'uj-e May the Bible, relfl'l1t tile whole catechism and
-i/j/ tf FEU.VAXD1NA.: FLA. tare in required. at different ,
cuaoii I they should
and at j' certainly procure home of it. weal onions as well, an his father." '.Yt'I.
different ktagiai of growth. When ttt I We know of no such article extant for the another" added
PRINTING, In style and at rent it is .cafe young hopeful yesterday
JOn every to let the root become almost hair and thus
r lkbool Uook u Speelallj lowest rates, at the MIKUOK office. dust dry, and actual wetne if I destructive. I I j-ak in uch decided andemuphatte I licked lUwou, throwed the rat"
tenui.-Oceu*J wiui'upe MuytfJt into the well, and stole old! Smithy gimlet.ll .

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LOCAL REFLECTIONS. "(1Rsrtlt CoiMifftvftijnia" Statistic Vegetable iroiclno tn Arretlondo.Klit'ir 7VtnT nt (I ('emits. And on the same day there will be held '

We have examined the returns of the ecuSIM ; Mirror :-I promised to give you .\ ('n"e of first-das* Prints, worth 1)!I cents, in each (Constables county of the each/State a General being Flec allowed .
for ,
enumerators! for this county, on file in some ideas!'! of the result of the vegetable ju"t received J. >'0>. T. vim's.) lion county -
entitled to !
.f ; the Clerk's oflicc\ nnd obtain tile following In this section this number of hundred registered! voters in the
h_ ____n.____ _. ______ _... .. _. __ crop : year, For llcnt.Two every that
'-t h results: acres 1.ll\lIft.lnllt mode and time of planting I county; 1'romM; Amrmr, no (county
1 ii(yeti+s ttwdlill -huu: WOOD'S( DISTRICT! AMF.m ISt.AXD.) There was! planted 111I melon and .
a tl General. J. l A. J. Russell Vegetables repair in good. "darhhurhtloll.lIl1ll''pl'l'IIIII! that each be entitled to nt lent
Finlcy, Major White ]persons.................. .................. !Nil : in this !section' the past, !season at i desinilde! n* summer residences.. :Stables: : Cunt. !hl of the number of
two ,
Hon. C. 1'. Cooper, General: Win. taring, Colored........... ......... ........................ 1 ltKV I least t !<('\'IIt.t'IIII1I11lretlll\'fl'i ,, but owing to would, l provided, if tt 1 mrh Apply l l t to l registered! voters, \rtll'1
} t A. St. Clair-Abrams and other Democratic White lIIalt'IJ\cr! twenty-one\ ...... ....... :2w!;: II 1'1.mnett'Cowx1NI'RmvEM:"( : nsT: ('o'Ir\sv. WHERE, the of the State of

speaker will address the people nt the following Colored males over hn. ty.olle........... :2.!;141<> the dry, weather, early and heavy and rmntinutil I (Opposite: Kgmont:) Hotel.HVmfrd Florida. of A. I D.) 1t.ilntnc: ; determine by a ..

places : 0':11.1J.qTlUlT, ,unr.SI1.: rain later, there wa* not much over I --- --- vote of a majority Lit'all the IlIeml'J, dtl.telt"

Orlando August. 24 White person-! ......... ......... .................. 88 half crop made, andsomc! men planting at Once each .of the houses thereof, that it is necessary
) 'I City 2' Colored I......... ...... ............... ............ ... IiiWhlh' low hammock land almost t 1 Angu Wednesday.Maitlnml
: August/ :a!II?, Thursday. tattles! over twenty-one............ :IK!:.t I crop*. All who met! with no disaster. used .'\500' busliel: :Seed: Potatoes.' : C Constftution t of .lhl State, and did 1 I ('ikI

t San ford or Fort ]Reid l Augusi 27, Friday.Enterprise Colored, males over twenty-one.......... l." lUiaAXn's A II. :\I>n:". :such determination upon their respective
proper economy' and worked close: and journal, with the yens nnd, nays thereon! ,
August 2N Saturday. ( MSTKItT\ MAIN t.\XI
hard have. I thillk. tlllllWI'II better than'tlily did refer the to the
I Orange! City, August! :'M, Monday.VoluMa White persons...... ......... ................... 1.111 ; XO'I'I('I: CU' I.II."I'IOX.: : mud next to be chosen!alI and whereas LeI"lutn1'i11 I the
August ill, 'J'u(': q Daytona, September 2, Thursday.Crescent White males ".ter twenty-one... ......... :20!,: other crop'* usually planted in Florida. /(, nil,nii'l nintfiiliif; tlif t>" sv'r;$b oIda;/ .",',,,1(' of! to wit I.1tlre: the Legislature of\ A. D. liI!>, did,1 by

v:y City, September' Satifrday. Colored 1 mules: over twenty-one.......... l'.KtKIXo'S : I \\\TEIDIII.II-'e:"( plant here the rattlesnake ( nil! the member elected to eachhouse
: Palntkn, Septemf-'r C O, Monday.Welaka Kxo'w'vk'that I, W. I II.> IILOXHAM, Seeret.iry a Jajoritof ,
: l'I"TRIlTIS' .. \SII. or Augusta melon, which in considered t thereof, agree to such proposed: revi-
k .
: ,
September> N<, Wednesday. I of State of the :State of Florida, do
1f Tocoi, Septembers), Thursday.St White 1 I persons! ....................... ...... ..... 4lsu! the best t for :shipping; and, properly hereby notify all\ and\ singular: the :Slierill: of ion; nail whereas the Legislature; of 187I!) did

is' < Augustine: September' !II!, at night.! Colored......... ......... ......... ......... ......... *' :21 planted and, manured, ought to produce. NHI' ) I the several (Counties' : of the :State: of Florida, liv resolution duly passcdrernnittendtothe! ,
l' Green I Cove, :September: 1 III<>, Fril la V.lltlt1ldHlrlX. White units over twenty-one' ..... ....... IIU\ I I that electors of I the next election( t for; the members
:\ September 1 1.1. :Monday., Colored males! over twenty-one.......... 101 melon* per ..Il.'fl''t' plant ten feet apart .\ Gc; >n<>rnl KlccHon: of the I legislature to vo e for or against a
('ul'h'ny, and iimnuiv in the' hill with cotton (c"I\'lliol, and 1 did thlrdn provide,' ami direct -
Mandarin, September 14, Tuesday.Pottshurg lM.ARl'd DISTRICT' MVIX' I.\SI''Irlh' .

September 1 I 1.1, Wednesday.Mavpnrt \\ person*......... ........ ................. \1.-*; '-eul.! stable manure, or Peruvian guano ; Will; be held in each t County in Florid-i. that. with tIlt.'I'rl'tan'the:: notice of of State the (General should; hHor.l"llah' Klection -

Yellow( )\ lth, :Sej: : >teinberVedneilay.10, : Colored........ ...... ......... ............... ...... fi42 lisli guano was: used,ll by !some thi* year, but I I' ON: TI'l! ::11.Y: :\Sl'CCKKDINd: :: : ) : T1IHFIRST : to) he held in the year LSSO' a notice of
September Thursday.Fernandina White mule over twenty-one............. Ill owing to disaster to the I am unableto Miih \ instruction -
crops I fel'oIHl'IIItioll proper
September/ 17, at night. Colored males:' over twenty-one.......... 101 : MONDAY() IN NOVKMnii to the mode, with
Callahltnl'ptC'lIIhl'r:; I 18. Saturday say how it will\ do for melon PIint; as! l'ompliu1.c
: :, A. D. 1..0.
t King's Ferry, :September/, :'jn', Mon'day.: White population' of county......,....... .tlil: > !) about, the 1-t of March fllI'X"rtIIl'J'IIlIIarl'I", !'lIel recommendation;

'L Hatdwi'n, :September; :21 I, Tuesday.! Colored....... ............................. ......... .V lll-- sooner for :Southern 111:1 rk.t". The said Tuesday hliuug't1e'crnmmiI!. day of .11'.I'IIfiJt.i ; given notice, and ut'such, the /1'\0111I1111-
_____ ____ eTnnltev. > ltol Ilerll\ (
said l November
.. Total.............. ........ ...... ......... ......... (i.ViO!, ; 1'.ettTUts.-Tnnutnes should, be sown in are hereby given n to the mode.
; J.Ikill refurneil, on the 12th:! beds, mad rich and in about compliance with such rIJJlatlol:
w Excess: of t'lIlllrl'll, .>!I H. : warm January, Fora Oov'rnarand Lieutenant (Governor t
from n visit to his sick mother in .\Iaballlll.'ti : 1st. .Any tll.tor desiring to vote at such
of I the :State of Florida and for Four Electors
the I 1st I for Protect cold
White males: over twenty-one............. 702( : early crops.: from election in ftvnr of such a Convention, sIu111hnt.t
Ills( health lias greatly improved.CAITAIX ]. I Colored male over twenty-one .......... !I21 I:!I and if too thick transplant to other l'l'll"rhl'lI United, of :States President tutu Vice-President of the writl1 or 1'1'llItt,1I the same ballot

iff ]HIXKS I; ; has--resumed; 1 his place us Excess of colored, I l.Vj.; \ the (,,1.11.. i* over transplant in field, in For one Representative: ); of! the First: Congressional on it Ihl'IIIII'.of: the person or Ic'rl/n'; ,

Oldest person in the county, C'lItll:1I1itla:: rows: five or six feet apart and, three feet in District of Florida, in the Fortyseventh \'II.tf"rlir any ottiee or ofHees at !':
< tnnuuuulcrofthe Wnltrn Trfn*. II is vacation nail
; : on
( ,.j (colored), lI l..llOJ. ro'l' plant Hathaway's Excelsior: nnd (Congres* ,,1'1111' United, :State: \ ; tl,1, f.writt'I'ol'I'lilt.I, tJ''IIIIl
,,('ell\1 tn have agreed with him, judging For one I Representative of the :Second: side (' ( as : names: are wl'ilt1
from his: improved( ll1l'pellrlnl'' (". The total population\ of the county in I 17''> the ,\011('. They carry well\, and are hand Congressional) \District) of Florida in the printed' and not' on the" other ftide. the words> ;-

u .... ._ was .Jti-of: which 2,277 were whites: and :nlllCIIIltI smooth' ; average price during the Forty-seventh Congress; of the {'lIitl'lllall'4.:: : For 1 Convention ; and any' elector desiring

fi Orn river front presented very lively appearance li"0! eoloreil. The white population: \ Im* season: aho' out :2NI> per Jin-hel crate in market .\11111111 the' same\ daa. (General Flection ]have to written vote' against or printed:
on Thursday.! The steamship) increased ';'O11111:! the colored I.C1O7. The netting! about $1 :!."). .\ good yield. i I.* will be" held the :-1.11. thereof above prescribed. the word,

tirn, Trfuji, Ci'yl'ntilt; Jtnvtd C'lurk and 1 Flora !tendency, now In to an increase:, of the white about l l.Vi' bushel PIT acre, the way we plant\ In the County of I I.oIt; uimbia for Senator:: ".\!alnt a Convention.1'

:seven vessels! loading! with lumber nnd.} one population-:small fanners, lumhcrmcn.) togvet' ; and cultivate.\ I from the First :Senatorial District ; NOTE.Nothing hl'rdl is intended! tnll'c'-
who desire '
discharging\ cargo, kept nil hands busy.! and planters. The county Is: well adapted : \, (Crrr>iiiEiM.-\\\' plant cucumber) in January III the (I'"lIlItof Jackson for a :::"lIalllrfI'III.i or\'l'lt against 111t1t..tnr: a C'J\ltllll 11,1', may! to lot v intendto
-- -.. .- to rice growing vegetable und.I fruit farming and! in four feet time'fbiril Senatorial District ; :
row apart ; i i vote for any i person' for any ofllcc, from
In the Counties C I of Calhoun and Franklin
The Western Texan. sugar cane, mind root crops of all kind.. after the 1.,1111.i* OV/T work to a stand. l': qi This popular steamer sailed Thursday I elector. I is to permitted to vote more than'
cotton seed, :stable mannie: or li-h guano; ;
1 evening" nt 7 clock for New York. :She; Republican Meeting. any kind I of\ guano i I.* good for t. cucumber", I In the (Counties: of Uh'rlI: I Wakulla I one: *ballot for shires t 1 and ph'llIf, for! or voting for a both Convention. ,: !person

r had ten from this port nnd fourteen .\ Republican: meeting held in (fora Senator from the :Sev'inth: :Senatorial: against
passengers was: Lyceum Plant early. Improved\ White :Spine: ought District Only one ballot should. be received

from Jacksonville. l Her freight list was Hull on Wednesday! evening.; The hallWay to.roduce) :2oo I bushels: per acre and \\ ith In the;; (County of Jefferson fora :Senator 1'111 each'elector I at such election.

small this trip.Quarterly_._ __ u fairly lillcd 1 with a very mixed, crowd, \proper cultivation :iHHo( ) IIHI( per acre. .\11 I fiiim the Ninth'Senatorial, : Distiict( ; be I :2d.!canvassed The vote 1 cast declarations on this question and n.turntllt'ltIIfolmll,1 shall

the majority of those: present being colored will in In the County Hamilton for 11 :Senator all
Conference. crop net m.irket about ,|UH'< per : made hv the hl"p"l'lnIII,1
from the Eleventh :Senatorial District
men, women and children. The !stage was> crate.IKXS.. ; ( ': +'Ittg *, and the :State
The Quarterly Conference of tho Methodist In the County Alachua: for a :Senator: : 1'lard.

I Episcopal Church) will bo in session III occupied\ 1 by u !scant representation\, of white1'epuMicans. { .-Plant l arty Mohawk' I beans: here from. the 'I'hlrl.t'lIlht'llatoriallj..trid:: I )m '; at(Canvassing I the t UI.ml. in ,.:4lll', manner; alt

-, : If there were other* \present! early In January fllllllell'I'IIII"' later. this city'on the llth and 1 1 l.'ith of August.Services ; I for ollli'e nt said election und required, bylaw
from the Fifteenth Senatorial)' tr l't
they were not l'rIlIll' lll'lIt. l'r.llItill' bean i I. atl..rat'IIfPota I ; to be eurv'asscddelured] and I
will be held to-day by the Rev. T. crop\ In the. (County of Putnam I for' Senator: : rllrll.,1
\V1farePresiding later.I' The first' !speaker' was jcncml Lcdwith, ., ulDuval toes have: not \proved profitable, so lilr.'t' I from the :Seventeenth: :Senatorial: District ; Ilaw I The Ilh'lllnl of Slui-itls: }I. ( tll'

_. ,____ h.___ ) formerly of the Confederate :service have so little experience in cabbage; and I In the (County of Marion for a Senator: requiring thl'l to cause a notice of !'
cauliflower that I that election to bo 1 in .
can only we published
sow !
say I newspaper
Fanncru' Monthly. and now Republican\, candidate, for I.'ull.n.ulltUO"l'fllur \ H''elill )bed, in :September.:: \ : Oct'ober), and November. from the Nineteenth Senatorial nnd District) ; printed, in th"l'"lllr. if there I be paper in
(In the Counties of Dade 1'revard for I
We arc again indebted to Mr. J. 11[. }still: The General wearied the audience ) I a :Senator: from the Twenty-first :Senatorial: the county! ; and, if there be no paper 'pub

of :Savannah:; (hi., fur the August nuftibcr, of for nearly two hours, being very ill at Jo'EItTII.J1.tII"-\\\ used( the past season I District i ; h'ell time. euuutv, they:shall ('.III"l'ut least

i I this( admirable( agricultural magazine, which ease himself! and decidedly trying to his almost: altogether fish guano and find it In the I County of :Sumter: for Senator: 1i\'l'l'll.ir.! oftl.* "'ltt.C to be pn ll'llll the
does: well\( for almost all crops.) h 1:. from the TWt'lIt.lltlrtl"lIatol'ial:: District' most Iullt' II county.)'.
continues to maintain its high reputation.i auditory. Some one remarked, in "Ieof| ; 1 ."' WHEREOF I have hereunto .
; 1F.vl/ : ,
.Ir'c'biedo.fuyoetz' In the I 'Olllltof Walton 1 for' Senator: : llIs\
j Its' .valuable matter and elegant typography his long hesitation in engaging in the canvass from the TWl'"t.linhic'lJatorial: District: : !set my hand awl have here

J II give it permanent value. that it took him as long to "stop when hmw.'II'r.sTJos.The: :"( Georgia; :StateConvention In the Counties: of folk and Manatee for untlltxl'l, the Great at Tallahassee Seal of the
--- ----- Senator:: from the (Senatorial : If FIIIJila. ,
I he :started lu. it had to commence, lie deprecated adjourned after an eightday'sM'ssion a Twenty-seventh the "
Fertmndtna [r..*.j] Capital, this the fourth day of
Work '
liar. District
on any disall'ection toward( tile candidates without making nomination forGovernor. : : August, .\. D. 1S80. '.
General has published otliriiil From point of view the In the County IIf'olu*ia I for Senator::
Gillmorc particularly :Mr. Oonovcr! who he said our action W. D. 1JLOXIIAM,
from the Senatorial District
of the minority A-as indefensible Governor Twenty-ninth ; ;0-td; I :
I notice, inviting- proposals for constructing had gone to New York to get help for them, Col'luitt hail: << :'I''olt.' ... nnd no other In the (County lit' St. Johns for Senator:: -- Secretary of:State.

I jl'ttit'lnt the mouth of the St, John's River, nil, In pl'oufIf )fr. Conover's ability to be candidate nnd over :sixty-two, slid all 1"1/1-/ from tlip Thirty-n'rsj) *'natnria(1)istriot.(, } : I y

and also! ut the entrance into Cumberland Governor he raid that ho had succeeded 1 in bincd had but 1:1Thl': : minority made: n j On the :same day an election will) be held r.fOHY'S'RUISlla:-;
t factious nail caused in the County\ of )Madison constituting; the MOItll
Sound l In.. the'udjournment
'between Georgiannd I.'Jorll( Specification opposition\ ( MM?
having him* 'hf elected to the Legislature :
without, nomination, und( 1'1'lIlh"lIl1torial: District, I for a :Senator to
I blanks for pro osuls: to obtained hud then succeeded in getting) appointed to issue:, an ti nddres: to the people proposenow \The till the \'III'IIIII' occasioned I bv the resignation

by addressing (Q. A. Gil I more, Licutcnant- (inptrolhralthough, ( & no one recollected that majority )passed l a resolution recommending; of Hon. Dennis) latgamiwwimo: : wa elected Oiil.v IHroct Uiio to X('" York.

(:lolonel of Engineers, U. H. A., United States lie had ever held that ofllcc); that he then Governor (',)I'l'litt.' He ran only he defeat I Senator for t the term of four year at I the
(General Election held I the first i ,
Oflice cd by a fll"illluf'the faction, opposed 1 to Governor on Tuesday
: UijUding York. :
Engineer Army New
succeeded in himself elected 1 the '
getting to Colquitt with the Republican: <<1 it Unl r thc' fi""tfollla: .\ of November A. I D.
Rids: tn.m. opened( August 31st. Legislature again, und t finally .succeeded in is: doubtful If they will defeat' him lsi'I ;
-- In the of }Duval, constituting the
County !
getting vlcctctl Senator und in procuring the
l Coutiy.4J sirs. Eighteenth; Senatorial District} i for a :Senatorto : .
( The Board, of County Commissioners hove nomination for Governor: his whole ability MAKIXK. I till tilt''IU'IIIIl''' occasioned 1 by the resignation .

been in session the week in U'nerllll.t'tlwith'lI opinion consisting I of Hon. .F. H. Durkee, who was, THE FINK: STKAMSIIIPS: : ::,
( past examining
JV,rl j''e''Lamll !
of elected. Senator for the term of four *, nt
in his: ability to take cure of himself, a qual year "'I: :
) the asscMiicnt.rolls. They have fixed HIGH WATKU.: I the (General; Election: held on the first Tuesday S'nx ''I X.'S.

the tax for the 111140, us follows ity which we fear the General envied him. after the first Monday. of November. .\. CA1T. HINKS:
county year : ,
: ..... .
( did\, Saturday: August u. 1:15: \. M. 2:21:?::! I r. au i.
He not that lie had done .
1 t County tax l'roI1Cr..1} I mils. allege any public Sunday, 15....... :!::5I": :'M2: : D.):I 1X78" ; I (' '\ DALLAS,

County: uchool tax.........................21 mills. service, but that he had been very goodto :Monday<< ".. 10.,... ::02". ::41" In the I I'ounties of Taylor and afaycttc, .'.119. RISK.ONK .
i hilll l'If. A very tedious reference to the Tuesday: 17..... :It1. 1):1: I(0; constituting tho Twelfth: J&nutorutl District, I
Bridge tax.l;;: mill. Wednesday. \ i 18..... f :U" 0:12: : for n :Senator to fill the vacancy occasioned : of the Uh"l'tl.tll':; Irate
Sinking fund and interest tax........:2)?) mills.> Legislature, some Mule Joe Miller stories Thursday, ., 11.!) ..... .::10" 7:1:1::t:t by: the death of Uon.::E!!:. uM. :\Il'ulwho for New York every wi Friday
with very little point, concluded his:' }part of was elected 1 Senator:; for the term of four (to the tide .
I Making tenmill:! for the total county tax. Friday, :20...... 8:(lM) $::17.tltlnyF.l1. lit )
the performance.Col. yearn, ut the (General; Election held on the Thl line
mills having!! no to make
The-State tax in in nil
; seven making lonI:1of
t'n>t 1'1I1.oel.Iuftl'r the first ) November betweenFFRNANDINA
llfcbee followed '
tut:1ll'tmn and State tax seventeen mills. ill'l'rr temperate .\. 1). 1S78! ;
li s language, giving) the stock Republican: arguments August! .V-Sch: Carrie WiMrr, Willev, New In the County of llillshorough; constituting AND NKW: YORK.

Cotton Seed Oil. and with a very mixed up conception I York. the Thirtie'th Senatorial Di.-trict.) for a I i Oilers, the .
Augustus) :SteamshipHYrffru Trios, 1 lines(
:Mills for (expressing the oil which is: so of State ammo(, made out that the $-tl'S,- New York. Senator to till time vacancy: occasioned( IIJthe 1SKST AND) : T'RANSI'IIiT.ITIWN ,
resignation of (Hon. J. T. Leslie, who waselected CI'\'I'.1
abundant cotton seed are 'being establish-( IKiy) saved hthe Democratic State nun.m.1 August 11-Rrig CiinJlue E1.1',11'arucr, Senator for tho term of four years: at } SIIIPPKRS.Vegetables : 'P

: tl I all over the country, Wo understand .. ml'nt'in the last three yearnv u 1 New York. the General EI't'lil.1I11C'I,1: on the first Tuesdav und Fruits: will receive serial

g that the machinery for u cotton seed nil the contract system of hiring convict and Ch August rlc..wn.! 12: -:Steamer City l\>;nt, Creascy, after the first: :Monday of November A. |I1I:1"i i care in handling.

) :
mill cat'bo ,obtained for $2,500:? und upward by the reduction of the county school tax, aselfevident CLK\lIEI'u And in each of the resju-ctive Counties 1It'1 j 1 I 1'\: y Xtm .\\'cmnln.\'lX:

i in-cording to its capacity, .\ ton of seed will blander<< The Colonel is: a giwulvolitical .\ 'uttdlllllll'r:: Rl'h""I'lJl.. Oitfeit, the :State: a General Klection: for its coiistitu- j! tH."T.tr.i : .

yield 20 pounds of oil, or about one barrel, [ speaker und exercises better control (Powell, Philadelphia.August ) tional number of members of the (kttenmlAssumbly i I The traveling. public are offered 1 the a'1-

I und the residuum will be 8oO( pounds: of oil of his tongue than of his i eii. No one !4-SdmtxmctEllmes:; 1 /111(111I, War- : to wit: j vantages of a DIRKCT LINK:, "TfIH"rY
till tun, Philadelphia. .\ CHANGKS. Connections
cdke worth 80 cent j>er 100 pounds, und 830Miuiul could except; to any language used by him, August 10-Schooner Fanue 1J". Juhnnia 1'"l'lInhil1l.tUllt J three; Jacksonville with all htcambmts UUllt for all '.

fi | of hulls good for conitOBting.| : The and we trust that thin will be the spirit of Outten, Philadeli.hia.August :Santa Walton Rosa: county two two; I 'points on the St. John's, Oddawahl. and

nil we do (not know the value of, iw it I is used the campaign. lIe mast have rather fctrctchcd } 11-Schooner Stint C. t'nmt, Sylvan Holmes county one; Indian (Rivers, and with Transit Railroad

for various >osiug it worth hit conscience when he wail I lie believedthe us, New York county ; at Fernandina fur all railroad stations
: purposes; vupi Washington: county one;
August 12: -Rark / s only one dollar per gallon the result of the Republican State ticket would all be York Franklin county one;

manufacture of one ton, say 40 bushels, elected as well us the Presidential ticket but August Si-hooner H'. U. J would be that doubtless New York. Jackson county' ; AS LOW AS BY INDIRECT LINES.
: was for the jury. The audience Liberty county one;
August 13-Steamship' IVmttrn Vita IinemNew
Oil, 3.V, gallons, ut $1.00.................$35.00 were well-behaved, and showed great York. Wakulla ttmnty one; .Ri Through! Rates and Bills of Ladiii" I
I Oil meal, 850 pounds, at I 80( its..... (;..&0 .atienoo under such long speeches on such iadsdcn ('1luntthrc'l'; I to all points.
Public Lion county finr; For passage or further information
School Xotlcr.
I" hot ,
:Per .ton................'.*...................$41.40 I a night. -- Jefferson ('tllt; ) f.lr; I to applyR.
A general examination of public schoolteachers I
The cotton seed is gold in Florida at 25 cents i }Ia.lheonUllt) three; W. SOUTHWICK, Agent.
Ve r May of Fernandina will be held in schoolroom NO. 1, '1'aylorcounty one;
;per bushel -or $5.00 per tun. There would We Frrnandina, on Wednesday, the 1st SepteiiiIKT } Hamilton two F'eruandina.'tier .
are pleased to know that Mr. S. A. county ; C. II. MALLORY (y)..
N'e1U'to in commencing ut ti o'clock: ; a. m., anti at & m j
be a large margin of profit the county two;
Svrann I Is 20 Fast
intending to have executed u\\'annl New York.
a newand
manufacture of the seed into oil Callahan on the following Saturday. All Lafayette county one; 1 __ __ ____ :2-i fC.
complete' lithograph uf Pernandiua teachers who wish obtain certificates ------
map are county three
A cotton seed oil mill would be an admirable l'"hJllhil ;; F. A VERY 'I
attend other
upon which will be shown the prex-nt earnestly requested to one or the Alachua county ( ; ,
enterprise for Fernandina. We have boundaries of the city.11r. of these public examinations; Levy county two;our A !

very facility for buying the tl't.'llll.UtI all the ( Chas. Lewis has opened a MibsvriptionXMik W. .\curt. MAHOXEY' of Schtlly.Itrick Hradford county.; two; 1

oil cake manufactured could readily be Hold and as but it limited number will boprinted --.-- lay Maker county one. one;
the State. There several large oil county) ; HOARDING STAHLES.CARRIAGES .
in are I JH.TSOIIS wUhing to I t't'url'1'l.il" Nassau county two; 1.4'EIIY \\J .

mill* In New Orleans and one near Nashville.FtTuandina should apply without delay: Lime, Duval county f.lur AND
ought to have an oil mill and a -- ""- Plaster. St. Johns county. ; .To and .
1'olusit one Train
) ; fn.'Ult\1uleM
rico mill to begin on : a ('Orton.factory, u Church Service -.l/orroir.. *IrATMXBOBX Orange county county two; ('S'fUC FOR HAULING, ETC.

tannery, a wheelwright establishment" for PKWBYTFJUVX: -(Rev. Dr. J. II. Mvers, at : jt* un's. Puttauttouutytwo; '. FOB .:

furnishing timber tarts.etc. Vegetable (rates 11 ti(')lox'k a. m., and 8:00: p. m. 'fI. Marion county two; HORSKS t.\LE
.lust Jleceli-eil HUGGIES, HARNESS. #
; M h.'TlloI' 'THe.J.tkill", ut 10:30 o'clock 1 : :Sumter cuuntytwit;
s houM bo manufactured here and vegetablet : T. )
u. in., and S m. 2. grown, to put in them, along the Ft. Mar)'*. Services conducted I' by the Itl" '. J. R. Uy.ROMAN :to) tack Com. li.I"rull county two; y4-TEI1MS: C.tII.-4i

along; the Transit Road and on Amelia 15D: barrels IVarl (Jrist. (un1' ; XA? Otlioe and trt'near
C.\TJWLll-ltl" ( tuMl-J'int
O'Huyle, at
u Island. A few Jive indu>trit* of this sort 10:30 u. in., mid r:M p. m. 100! barrels K. D. Meal, Manatee l'tuutoe UnJtl Street 4< _tfSU1JSCRIUE
t :+) lioxo. Ikuon.WO Dade county ; ----- -
would at once enlarge our j pnlation and Ertstrrtr.-Rev.: O. P. Thackaru at 11 :; bait Tiuioihy Hay.C llrevurd ('OUI1"tnl one: TO THE MIRROR. PER-

uur bushttsy.I o'clock u, in., and ":.'!') p. in. "u iacks Oo1t'4. A. II. ?\on:.:. Monroe county two. ?l far six months.


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