Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00078
 Material Information
Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: August 21, 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: UF00054505:00078
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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sr.tr I5 next door, to 11 Ir. P..J ScuV blatksmithMIOJI : )Iu rlon. Intuit- I i I.not too ninth to saj' tint this ImJ/Hm.I'lJ Il".r zv TML.

I and\ I I theowiurof said junk simp. Till- .Auotherm stop- f.lr C1l'ul1II1I'I'ah: grits i i. one of the I t'liie'sf t on the liver. The 'SOL'1'1. tres .
4smut11crn'totes '
('ohs mil Lhr. luau :,ntii h tunl l one Wi"t t, both colon. weic' The railroad i i.* nc-aiiiiif\ us _''muses' arebiinbuilt !\ land on xvhuh I thegroxeis I 11ltl',1: i iselexatel 1'11 the mil :Uadicali-Mu.: 1'( sloxxlyirom Tfie"l'proe.esf o\r

II)!>.\TII OF P.i.x.xV.V.:,, Kinll.e IScvW. '. nrretedand, lodgeilin tbeiounty jiil. They old storene: being; jiaintivlthe, bays 1 1Ilprl'l'III'" a hold hlnl1.; I ,1 on the icstoration ot iuci'sni\: | 1.,' longer( Haanthattit'ds'strnctiutt.

W.Deep', at tmo tinio the pator\ of tliI'aptNt I nllciwanl gays: 1 unit to appear l brfoie ln,- and girls are marry'tag; and getting rend' to I xvater e-dge with a gr >wth of cxergncnshiuhlieiy It will'takesexcralto ( Jmmrs ..
Church in thi"l,1.11'1'! died, in 11nntsv '. 'Phis'1 II.lial' mounds, two in pay oil'thedebts which the idnnilitt'ts ":1
\ tics I'owcll to-dav, ami wete 1'1.It'a''I'11.fll'r I mart')'-the men l hauls arebuviiuthel i Raree'.t.lark : I the houldes| ol the
ill!(', Tex., list: Friday alter II lnut dlnes+. the lirst lot of rope wn: found, the mate !. ;: sit'gauds. exe-rbrougbt here before-the number' make the blare unusually attractive liuildttpmH-ictynndtnlii.il pih-d Upon the- |It"I.hI.| ':.

In speaking of tin* ad 01'1'urn'nee, the .laek-: examined it :and said: that the downhiuls eolond i pt eopleM! ore gc'ttini l'p1iili"n-IIII' for- a* (lacy mark tla e sit oof a race IlklOWI dices which the ''nrl.tIIIj''r., haxe' "r I"ju- !I

"oivillo! futon:ay* : 'Fii! + will hl'I'IIlll1'WOI: were missing, titul\ Mr. 11.Irsehdkyent: hack e'sts. aie tuining; into oiiciital gnrdens of orange to the !!eieutiit'vnrl'l! There are about live dcrtsl.Vlnti 1'11'1tljtlJtca; .. :

i to the many friends nf' 'Idesep: in tin with n \light)! and soon found them 'they : t tries-the *aw-mills are sawing: hour: hundred hearing lives on the island, :\.11 sippi.to snob Ixutislana itih "'\1'1', \oilh t South Carolina( il'lla.and \.i.: "

:StateVIife' a eiti/eiiof Florida nMdccin 1 hid: been lAc-ilookrd I in the t'irt, hatyscan toek* of lumb'r-King! Cucumber and Mr.llarri eons!.leraMe !poition of the, 1\1\\: South will take time to cine Unam'ial ,1"I."itt.I "!

this city, l Luke (City and lave I Oak xvher h.-.'i; isft'f. are negotiating; ; (f;,rthe"
lie was \\'I'llll1]| : I favorably known. 11(' xxnpastor 11"11I111(111.1IlIlIilloll""II |>oitii's| and olliie-vi"l'killlllll'I' miking caniliilates an illlh'I"" I'\li ft the native sour orausje1. since the ascendancy'of iemticratr l to
there has been marked iniiuvxe
of the l.iptlst: Church. in Iake ('Ur; : \' contiina population of xer.v tolidtous, f'r the( health of all : tv'lni'h, for: years. will 1'1'1')profitable |iowcr H In'n a< lmu'ut .

and\ also ill lave Oak: and a* a\ iirr.ii' 'hi' nI'(1.
1':1111.1'11'l'I'Y: hih'itll'I'; :' going! tn, Texas hI' 11111JfI"UII(/II. best in the :-lall'-I'\'I'I' tiling i i. love 1.x :for I id.a'c'just sin.h a place ust ill some da.x' al- tats have been "1'I'n'I."I1I"t -

has: erve'd a* \pastor of MMHoft*! Ihl' most I im 'I'be HilNhorongh! ;; lUmoiiats) have nominated ( Oe.ila and the altitudmous goose halll.; s deli trtii thenotiee( of (the lIIal111 dishes to denial I hcltvccnthit'f u ihtics increased., and AS iti'Icnceutrtlornl the I 1 '-(

1'1)1'1 II churches('" in the :State, and has xxoidcserxedly : T. K. "spfiuor:' for the :Nenate.\ : andMissr ,int.\ -\\" were lu1 -tsl 1 to HUM't in oursimt'im make this I bountiful I I "I'diol his home, xxhi rebe I pe'.lev oust improxcnunt 1'1"1'' haxc only in refer

a wide \popularity.\ He xvas hoti *, ('. s. J Reynold: iiiid I.. (C. liiyan for : during, the week Major IM\\.ini: can. with I small amount nf labor and to the" iiguri's.. In North Carolina, in the

in New Hampshire] hut has spent many; the ..b"l'lIIbly.Ir. 1'ieiss, the great Itolu-mian, travehr. 'I'heMajeir expenseenjoy the born II plenty withoutperploximi xear: ls.ii 1 .;! lc-publieaiis sji, ut t s,7.Gi4, ..
I.tr"f hi life; in the Ninth.:' UN life has l the t' rare.V much obliged to and; ill 71!$lh l7hal! 1. I sum total of lii'uitl t'
traversal are
x : has I gl'l'nkrol'linll"\ ; .
11 (C. I'1'al1., of :seaside, is !ponxible ( two of dollars, il two } "aN '\,'
Lieu a Lucy nail useful one, and I he nov for the following) : I 111' says that he 1..1111'11:111 Asia. F.urope\ Australia, North and Sot.Hi: ('I! Hart for his e'oiii'''y, and trust he marealie ;,' Ilil1on. the Slate O\'I'IIIIII. in tells
to the like hoik of wheat fully' the i i'huul'sit'. the the fondest 1 his I'X\I'II"I'1' rule goes grave alligator reiently, in whoob.uk' : he found 1 .\III1'I' I'a, allIIII..t of !sea I hopeon 1..1111. I I we-ie
ripe for the lur\et.: ;'-Mr. latuio had made till the ,
he Miiukhi
the iron of u harpoon' pith \hil'l lisc.d appropriations, :M7.:!;!l/1-a/ ditUnTxcof
vtone ha: iccchc-d! n III'I tiaetion I engine the world\ He left Chicago! tiivelimr! on piradNc! lushes-- /'tf/'rtJlii ll<"t" "<>. .
The sinri-ni dsmllars. ,
!* 'gatoiship !live ,rears" ago. : ""- one Illilio".f : lull darer
from the manulactuicrs at Hamilton. (Ohio) was !II 1 feet long.--Se\eral:: water-spoilt! foot( by way of 1"lIl'tra.'ne. Inch l] .indt'o- Sn titter.The is !siiMicthing, for the-( money "ht'h

lie intends to use it its a readvion: : I heUseen were \isible from t town in thc hay last Saturday lumbits, (Ohio) and !laude'd, tit t Oeila in fottx- outlook I in the s.: 1\1"Ill i i... good thel l Ictlu'enits' have spe'nt. 'Ihcylia'vcan i elli t

1.1'1101\1111. ( Lake City at 1'1II.h sitars actheamonnt :afternoon and after one had, broken !six days-a distance: l.'itntmih-s.". aveiaginv: : );: t for" the loinim: real I thing have axlum established for the at!iiane I'aycttev'ilie cohue'd,a ti\utAnAarlss'hlislfirIlll'l'slui'iltiallit'1'ahnriYl ul t1>vi>'

1 of transportation\ ( will wanau over thiitx-two miles per\ day a journey\ graves never looked. better. In the vicinity
I the uhii' \\ I\ll from it stinck! the cattlewtiarf of I.ecshurg! I the cultivation: has* I c t'udur
its: use, and it cull be applied to rultuingany at ll.illast; : 1'0illl.Iltlir: damaging\ it that" would h.ixe kills( a full-glow' n ('ante'1, been stopped h-st they will "II pushed;;r.\ too, These institutions were ti'l.tull builS II v

( stationary ntaclineryvhtie, not in use upon\ fur some, thirty i feet. It also broke th"l'l'\11-: as the old Major traveled, in midsummer, late( in the H'a"11: and undcitakc to do too Hemoeiats for I Ihe Il'lll'lil I hIlll"i.'>u
the road. If it should! he able to do tin much, to s soon as 1111'II"'c III fl] State,
ker boom on the.tenuet': I'Hn Knitjftt I lying without renting even at noon lie :-oa.\ !' that so I'I'lk. but 'tll the
I work it i fs designed i for, it will a good :.V\ I iHH) Itohemians in ( 'hteagu! and 1'11 nll 11'1'1
prove tit the wharf. The wlll'l'wa repaired' :'::111111ar.Thl' tlie're are \: l ) were in power they nothing
thing for the State:\ a* it will be- a /great *axing "- that they will xotesolidly fm Ham'oik. Hesaxs .\ v i mi'it S. u"mi.UN \ol-'II'I.II\-\ o"I.llal'l'" I In a reient.pcech < imernorlaar-1
on the! trees! i mil'the
orange usppearpretty I Ii ill i I. | e-spec
to farmers: mid dispense: with the roMlj well for the *eaon and so i nlso that the foreign" ; clement .t'1I1I lIa-itlonahtics g ,,1"llbllII'I',<.< and AViAoirhile \ ', is I candidate- I ejection tn tin
: ollice' of ; of :North I CaioliiKt i nzue/c
mule team Quite( a trowd watt bed them : in the Wet and :Nun westernMates the may haxe possibly upon 111\111 .
fir si* o'ir observation] ha extended, we areph'iised 1'1'1"1'1'1' 1\\1 astonishing! disdositre that in li(iyn i tsar
;sine:; a* it passed through town on Tuesday, to note bnt.liht indie-ation* nf that :' will vote for Ham-oik, almost to a his :should'do for, ,\'tai".I" 1111111"1'111'-. 1'cpublicans 1'1'1'1'1.1',1 for educational purposes -
i about four mile hour. OrJMturd.iy II be l''I.I'I' tl' 11.11I li'IIIII' in Noith Carolina slo7.4')7; ) tot In
It* !speed an d\.'irk diseo'or.itioti'! which sometimes alleet man.: HeiMonlidcntth.it j :imoik will I be, eurreet.It \. ii
', last Sheriff: JV.. 1'irry, with tposso the fruit though; in appearance only, we beliee -- elected' \ ThIa.l"r: leives hl'I'Ii! II' I LikeCity xxciutd'sirm may rl'll.II""I"I I:"'.* since that !111> they spent,t'olll'I.d only s.'H..lsj) I$lf!'; I.,WI;leaving, and I cf ti't.fl ITaccounted

of two 11I1'11. attempted II) arrest a col.nied to-day, xvhcie be will make (General the 11'lal'hlh' announce'me lit appeared in 'II
The pic-iiit i'I'o"l'l'd"t me llatteiing up \tlishec-and for $:!*!!),(itl I i. Acc-mding( ti lime
t l7 man:\ named Paul 1M wards, xvho wa-; for a good rop of fine, /pildeii-huod fruit. 1 Ialy'1'u'up: \ ofgl'ulpt'N into wine. .._Mr. I P.F. the the papers Hon. Wm. the: t Hon.Lrdtyith Hor would itio ( *s I'CII"lillltOI of North: ('Huilli! this 1"1 ne-V

lying out, onvkted jihout four years: ago; foi \\* arc inclined to the opinion that win're laxwl'lI.11:\ ''lintt! ."ii'Ulit or| the I'eiiin-n- I 11"'lh'I'lll'l'lp.f 1 1,i-on (county upon nl.I'I' bo ucd lor I:an.x other tt .ucoiistitutioiial
l stealing. approaching the hou-a lir liailnmd! and Mr. 1'V. I o. l Koeiner of nuetinglobe l'II''o e':' ; 'lt' the I'e'pwldi-
hog !! l"pon( (the trees are heahthynnslvigurous, very little : ""'1':1,1111 a coloreil talilicatioji i cans violated the cinistitution anilscuau'.Ured -
where he xvas: supposed to be, the posse sj.w of thi discoloration alluded to will be Civil F.ngiiUM; of the same, me in town I held the, there. .n'hl'da1,1 ill. lid meeting cording wns this school! fans In \akillJ this eo>.

I'iil'lip! away arid! run through; the field*,. 1'11111\11-111 le.ist 'fl' observe that smh' I I" the The road: is lIIakill,1'0\ ;; ':''' andH| I to held l 'and!' .eduly then, having\ \1' (Joxeinor .larxissaid : let its \.k
The (followed him about a mile on Oeala in few months, if l'IIIII'a1 !'I.I\It Inside the :-\tal'\ and see how the I great wlrk
no \tilih.upsael'llrvim
( :a
posso fait:, about town.-Major 1. Turner, ofHraidentowti : \ I ph'dgc! 11"111 > the- 1'111",11111" of t a
horseback ami him finding of Lean '1Ilj.I.IIII the llepublicaiitickc'f. : 1 "lllill goe-s sin Turning to fr.h
captured ,
liiuilly (, ; li'ttniff '
on 1lIwll' !Itiver: sent n* / he I'hlw",1 that (lie* 1\.u"
him hid behind TbeShorin'attempteilto : I the lrnijiug'pirits\ 11'1 on (he regular 01'11'1/1'1"1'1. .
\ a log. :
the first of the week! wale sjn'iinu-iiH' ,11011 lea"'. tr'IintirJ'irksanv'ilb, ''. : ('rll.' spc-nt this p'urpose .17I-;i U",
to tie him, when he ran again.: The pocDialled I' 1ltl\llh'lln',11 rll'I..1 by a low tax, and the iiujiosed -
Templar 1',1
of tomatoc's wliich, we candidly believe, IaarTtxii'I'n\r'tivls.-Phis': : :! Good and iflt'i'then'al'lhliall* lallll': uposcwas I : I.
to him to fcalt, and .acing that hiS .11'1'1) I way Ilrll'lhlt" the county tixnswryami
in the
t'IxllrinH'sle'att2 car,
were the largest and llne-st we ever saw. at KI't have! fitted upa\ laigeand ,lati-,
spent '
'i (* :
|S.onld escape: tired mil] '>II him, hitting him in They were' large, round and smooth, and i-omfoitable "I'autlu1111eli is kept\, ope-n" daily and. soon the candidate Staleand lor Lh'I'lfIIIIUo1'1111' : ( ;\ liibutcd aecnrding" II'allllllll"I'I"to I the c,f thveoitntics.
this fair
( 1"lllIluto.
the I deg with eight l buckshot, from which ine.iMiinil: :!J inches in diameter and 'Jl inches from II i o'cloik in themoining! ; until 10o'c ; II I ILti 111' ,'alllidal'I.rCnlJ'Il'illlll t, were In nil candor, ta Lbelladis'uls

,' wound he died on Tuesday: night.liit through) from tem to hI"Thl'\ )' were ebN'k at night and 1 Is free to all the meiu- snoring l'IIII'I'rt.hfllll11'11 ,1"1 ri and withered laid their it.hands The uiioti'llemocrats your II rabd In1-

ill 1!<'water. grown on the !nndy, coll) of Hr.iiilentown and herj: of the ordi i and their relatives, who I In the e-ourse of tii.ie lalke City( was rl'llh.. hity it, I the + cstalilislnd a noriunlsi .
11\el.\ I'IIWld
ed l. the conductor the train to ,lac ksoiixilh -
not em the majorV rich land on (Uie Manatee can 1'111,1.lit. MUI! hours: its maybe: mostloiixinient t whe.1- in therewere lnMl I lor the blacks at Favcttexilh. Jir
r (! lih.'II'l! biing driven fur the foundation as 11It0111. hHIII1'l'tilf these they spent fourteen IIoi"wIIIhll--, }
Hiver. It'tho andy h land on the Mann- for them competent\ teae her* being any )pasengers on board the sleepingcar
r(, I of t the new rice lai.tory, corner lay: and tee River: will pr,1h1I suchegetahles, there pivstnt all the-! time, and in this way I it being customary that, In ease the.sleeping "('Vl'l thousand dollars, the for tin one" mil rca'1

Liberty !street*.-1'eople fiom the country is no telling what the lich hammock on that I they can acquire, flee lit'chuge, a fair Inglish car was dexohl of pnse-ngcrs to thlllllllI.lo\lllir'fUIII'I'lrl II the .Ih.'r. State The( ,.,swiif'
ksoiixilh1, to titt'itrh IjikeCity.! The oltll'l "l"
title of
generally .1i"lIlfh'l! irram by of the education the of the whoa) 11tlt the Democrats ascended to Jl I
.. liver will do. These t-ptrimens: are eX\-'II"I'/I| ( two dMingnlsbcsl power.rule .
froenittk.*."-Cottage' ; buildings. containing Ac'me variety, we beliove! '.-Tniint: Tfilmnr.Mrs. being dcfin.xed by a tax as-e!'scd'' upon' fhelodge I 'mlhCllr'f 1 gentlemen 1111'11111'11, muneil 1 Hisbee and I I J'si. : tort-is: I 11111II he best Illl'U" c-C 2L.,
fl'I)11four to | to )be :South\ to .'II to ( 'ali1
s\ rooms, stem with, peacefully in Iln
.1rl'rsoll. mcmhci-sbip.\ \\1\ lllIIhl'rhlj \\ States( and the
Montgoim-ry. (Itlu.t
' one of the great requirement!' uf thin city. sleeping car 1 whereupon 1'011 It Livingston t't.r
Mallard of this Inimlie tiindotif It In accounting tor the* fait ttl.tooltU'UI
county, me fit HOC gave: orders\ (hat tlm cnrshoiiM be 113- .ldl'I'/i.u. )
-( 'apt. s;:. O. Jlemmenway, formerly of :
ye>ars :?wasbapti/eilat Frieml-) The dredging; eonipuny, we lxaneed tadll'1 to his train and brought to ,'llk"llI- States have mint !lu.r.u| ):' in
I the steamer Arrow, writes from St. I/ouis toa Hut while in this UO rapidly as other ( sit
ship Church, just over the the :State\ line in with their Meanur h'lIrIIIIU\'t'Ud'I' 111'lr"\IIItl' particular the
: I> thetwri'slofheal | UwV-
: friend that he will soon be here with another case, the ,| it otherwisemid -, says "lll'illjot
steamer to take the place of the old Thomas county fill last Friday jnorning.Hex Clair to illnn a short '' it was destined, that the distinguished 1 rlh.l" .IIIIIIa til 'lease al'Jsl'tzli-
T. .\. White otlKiated, and ten others: : ka l I.ake, being in the *aw-graM", \ (sit its l IH'I'-I h'cpers ioiild]. not arrive on time A vigilant I- I lion by I t'l /.: 1011 e-xee-cded 1 Ihe I ii nl. .
.Ifftiw.-Major .\. J. Knssell returned on nom hirllssintd ?
were baptised' ll1t the same time.-Mr. K. 1)I der, u11d making line he-ailway. Theiliedgcrsare I brakcm.m: took it IlItlll.. head thai (bet I Is it fohe lllllirll""Olllll'd. ir
the ] this from I / \. inlebtedneMscontiiiiiallvenlarging
<>i Johnson of Mile\ and, most under the of tis'llatorp'er 1'1 1'11
one our prominent Mipiiintcndeme
I witlitajce-w
where! he and Gin. Finle-y have been canvasing. 'loin the( regular train, and I wlll'l (.111\01' :
citizens, died at his plantation on last who, instead going North: to hunt l.ivingstoii cliseoxcrc-cj the 1111'>11k( I. was licavv and the tendency' towanl Mill
Major It. state that there Is muiheiithnsiasin lieavler
I lonc1a)'. He[ xvas: well advanced 1 in years, pleasure, Is spending the xmmiiir months ipproaching: IIII''l reco/ni/ed town of burdens ; with the Government Jjihe
I t there over llo\hamand I Finley hands of rc-ckle-ss uuiisNnlsible
lncumtu'tt'ut irWs.
|ios.e'ssesl ...1'II fine mind, a genial ,di"posj.i laar.ll\t work on his (111101 pnjeet, t to iunucctthe n\I'I.n. 1It'I'PI'I"'II',1 I'I' to his !| | ,
in l'al'l l"ular.-G'n. J. .1. Finley i is restinga nind : Should II' go; Illk to Like(' ami | men ; with the school 1\'Illn iull-
few days ttt hanford, prior to engaging in lion, and highly rl'-OIIt.l'teIIy| all men fur his great lake with Like Geeirge; and Like .Belly his ic'gutar ('r.4 threehoiirs.. or lug to phs-e-s ; with lands, for tht'l' rca-suw.
tru-t integrity and honorable character. He I laistis: ltailro.id..: "'', need a great manymore "h"llllll" la'I re-jM.rt niatlc-iN? He 111'lrcl" 1111 \lhl and ''' im.any -
(theiHtivo canvass of Orange ('ollllt The "I'II.t
) ut micewihiilor.l..nmi[ ;( / ifa.f_. _
', was a )large and successful t 1 planter, greatlyregicete'l' : such\ JII I'II.-Satttfi rii" rl speakers iipiminte-d for work in ibis : It I is no w'nusters11ehnumbersat'mutt
county so Me Itishie' and Lc-dwith were left tIhe < '
( and and ,
his i .I.
by > neighbors employes,
will meet Sanford; ( and then proceed to 1'utnttin. temlcs mcieics nf the l-akeCily kukluVand hcramc' disgntesl 1 and ti..lllrh.nt.L .TJ
Orlando) : where the! campaign will open on Ilu leaves IIt'1liwllllllll)' relatives and frll..bwho The schooner J'/",.rtire lAlinii arrived hen I as/ no further IlIf.rlat'I, has heen re'ceixcd sought to better their ''i'l.tlll(* UII t'JI"tr
deeply grieve for his .1"l'urlurl'-TIII' :Sunday; last with of briek and I 1'1'11 them, I Charh-j petwo of 'mind ihsl r'I'I\'r U wnsei.ff n
the 21th inst., next 'f\ll'!>,lar.-Mr. J. II. 1111 a cargo: ; f'artlt in Texas and clewhel'e.
l I: of Madison county will in-iiii- Finley and other 11'1'1"11"" hav'calMhiclccl "I'I..t/III' vHiruv.
tepublioans lime for tho <'him'h. 1 heNchooner }
new I'rebytcrian
Abbott has thrown to the breeze his large us to mourn |)c'incH-iatlc and Con. erj.l4ii' i
Gartield; and Arthur (Hag in front of the club} hate candidate's for the legislature: on then is threc-ma-ted I, and the largest their 1""I"lr.lIloah'llll.n: 111.1 1'llIt up \ ," It ito li I'/l'ty-thc' party of (he. 1''oll'Jlu\-' "Ilt'. '
: ,. inst.\ Mr. T. 1' Prawl, of Wakullnonnty into then* has tad
t -
r styli. '[r. .\. also this morning i>ersonallyuperintcnded that ever was known to. ionic this fur uptheriver. 1 be hoped 1 that later dispatches will relievethe and power .
(' was recently killed by brutal ties anxiety pateimdlv felt in our community grall\hlJ.: change. Not HII' hziicmluiy
.-The town of OraiuoSprin is I situated
l the wurk of supplying the ;: ultimate re-nioviil t 0, ;
.. room with "-eat*.-Mr. J. Gunibinger; purtha grimes; of that .-.mllt)'. Thrc-eof the murderis ithout. twenty-live mile-s west of 1'alat- T/l, with'rjlrel to t'll'lr "allr.-- riturnedto their old homes, hit lt'f., .n

./ >ed l ''ihltheMluINnlerJulio! lifiirewrll (' have been arrested--lt is said that ka, with a !small iHipnlatioii. and a d"iendwelling I Inllut of thrit'tt'furiucrs and artLsarau>
here three tickets in the field in Taylor Iliu WiiKVTCiioixour: lo. uamkeyof the white fan! $(Nr'i"Jar' are *. The.ult.hure spring, from whith Ole C1"j.l'rul\ |1"11"'I
wheat Wilo.MipiMised 1 to he'r'sewhere abouf ) 1 1 |
for the legislatureundthat the HIIII" .
ko" is active and restless, became of his ounty ( the place derives its name, N hituite.1: 1 near {..)I.'NIIUJ' hiiIhelsiit| ( |I" ridieuloiis. to attempt ami happy sons of the soil are to II''IoItr.I
strange home, but Is tame ami intelligent, will present the fourth.-Mr.[ John W. the hotel, in. a t-luuly hallllll'''''!.: and nur- t. loot it up to withll hINM/halshelil' ). WehadrtH.iHiij.uKii.ftl.ciol.lcrc.pIcftovera while in t Ihe great .iron and epal and fotC
Turner, :Sheriff; Alaehua county, has ar- : her skilled I labor has found(
1II11- IHl'ah' 1. Mr.l Ii. proj'oses to rounded 1 with palmetto trees from twenty to )year ic-gion eutgJ.r-
aualn t in.iMHi.non( hiishils tho old and homc-H." ,,, ,
re.teiltlcrnurslereruf! Itethc-a of Itrad- feet ago now, 1.tlt j.leaant Adly
It circular .
train him and make him u useful "member thirty high lovers a spare, wheat 'he-ing much more closely drained .Ipprnl.
IIf iix'iety.-1 negro woman went to Tallahassee furl. .'11111I t)'.-( "JlllftitutiUlI. in fjrlllII"tt, sixty I feet. in ,diameter the i from the farm than then. That is*, the IMOp'eof -

Monday morning on the excursion' Levy boil being fifteen fist deep and .lis<"hurgiH u I the 1'nitcd 1 I"luh' have within twelvemonths A TIIIIITY-I'sr C \NNYI.-C Capr. *lab inform

and left a Child five 1 or fix yeah! old at .\ MtKINK: IIH\Vfs projette-d. 1 ut t'\.' lur I csnittantstreuut! of thirty gallons ]tar min onxumetl 1 and soldK4>nie-i7U, bushels and I have !
practically 'none tosnhhx'te
depth of water at the
if not It has comfortable bath 1.1 jl.th'11.1 the Bread
This ute more. a
eat. morning .
nothing to with wheat of
home wiU! Key.Mr. tie the new crop. I of thu ) 1 is now thirty feet.
the little fellow went to the house of u gen J.li;J. lleagy met with a painful arei- i iI I lug house, and 1 is MI arranged! that even .cxcculiiigly .1"lhlfullf that new crop makes, the'III'j INlrtr ultl.New Orleansval; | 'i

tlemen and begged l fur mething to tat, dent recently. A wan by the name of llozeman young children can venture in the shallow foot up more than I7oouo.uio/ bushels, and. UKTior| toany in tile Fiiiteil 1 t-tale,. 'In, ,

Bating that he had eaten nothing since his w as clinging U t
mother! Icft.-TtttyhoM.fjtcambta.. accidentally Htruck Mr. Hi-agy on the bead, pleasant swim and mot luxurious bath it I is if they should. 0 1.)1.! ,1,11.1 tl it u'u into Jlrdul"Ulmtrll'* fr"l the sea the of tilt,'tlantl.leading seai'if.U

fracturing the hkull.-Tlie boiler and en- siij{>rb. The leuij-erature of the water 1 U another crop year "'u have not ut pnsent areas follows :

L engine of the new steamer Js d crt ./. Chafer, Heventy-two degreea winter and summer any gMMt! rental &&f exHst| that the demands II-otul"rIU lintLuf

Work on the Pemaeeda: Sclma Ilailroad have been put aboard this week Mr. Joe Before the late "asperities" this was a re- of Huropeiiioiithe': | lTnitesl States for lIlt sea > _
Lnal will lie nmuchi, if unuller a Hamiit4.il Itnad n mile
any .
has been resumed. Cardie wh superintended the setting up of nort. The country arouml is high, dry and year ago. 'ht'r..lo not, thcn.r"rl. any tuU I''' New York..M. : ) :I

t'ol. "' has been api> .intcd Judge the machinery "is the right man in the right I 1 healthy, and the soil Is excellent fur UI.gl emit ground for al..rll. In regard to a kuprubiiii'luncu .' ).?..... ii w

of Kscambia county, to fill the vacancy plate.--Mr. II. N. Uftigwell, of "$1. ; culture. A lovely streamalled 1 Orange of heut. There is plenty of it ; I'Idladehiihiin.lM> : -
I to kill the ambition, of those
mused by the death of Hon. O.I M. Arerv.IliY Louis, )Iii., was a guest of the Suwannee Ii i Creeks, well otoekcd with fi.h. runs through \1".U,1 like .nev Knrojie: forccsl tll.lv| more whl Hulhlort'.1u, 1- .-

PIIUTE DETF.l"TEDoll iUrnsEii.I 1 Hotel on Monday la>t. He bus Ix-en South the town and ('nltl' ants lie IXklawalmUher than fifty shillings in-r carter for U ; not .l'W Or..ul".IIU
schoonerlimit on a pro-ppeting tour and think of locating one mile I'alatka ft.mt".all enough tu warrant the bearing of it to a I.'rou hilt winhwrIMIt| I will tks.t'tat hrutt
the neither four
i t :ruturilay; night l.tant. .iiit which will not for theco of the (It'.ll tdth.vatr'rnti!
anchor in our in uneuf ournouMiern untiesfr. '. 'tflg. land within two miles! of the place. Within | my" of I out as deeply
Jftu'lfffm, lying at producing it, The |I"-oje! who are retaking la.111 "tl.I.t. (*n D harbor, wa robbed of a large amount of new well ha been United States: Marshal for MI l. a circle of five mitts there are eight or ten I about overproduction 1:1: the Mma/ tiling through the mouth of the Vi i.II'Lt'UT

rope-all the rigging forward of the foremastMmj sours for u number of year, his time ex. beautiful I lakes aistundiugwith fish < hi the every ye-ar. Twelve months ago they said F
Henderson piling few wccksi kince. He is a strongpcrviiial banks Orange: Creek there are (harmingejxjts webuil "'It Ni.dio.oiii |,ii>hels snore than : \ Htnsrutnuv.--11'1'itu sstaMrtn,
taken Yet-terday Cajt. WB rid of. | mi ale ..
They < tilated the .
t.ullllt u tiii/tn to lub l .
frieml of (;ieneral (Jrant,and though for trees.'v had lir" ,r
"f t the aljovechooiier, came IIantuj tl to extent of 111'UOI.,10 I If he cie ireit..
Ilutihinson and made complaint of the not hostility to the lU-puUican! party he the pleasure on Saturday last of A (,w'his'k. I.enough ,.show they Il.tN\\t. ful..li r'I"'r,11ul"1 nut... n* etupfr.-w '

roblxry' and within riftetn minutes the dofxii't take kindly to the nomination of lug Col. Hal* to labs Muq.hy ., c"upa"y-I could not tnI JnJ the I'ituaton. Knittht're ed HIM Hi II'r.\.I.r..t on a gin-LAnr_

"heritr W.hrschalk had Garfuld over his favorite The I>e-rn<...ruU land i il on the east Me of the river nine : L no T..m ( any tfntlvr r," "uk mJ'. I.t. .
and Uqmty J.n fomiiete-nt( now. Fortunately, their the house be sate ( *,
torn ll.'s' -
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gotten out a Dearth warrant and had (oml1.1th. he thinks acted wUfly I in nominating Hunc miles by water from I'alatka. The grove Itiu ,"'d
.? rigie-anounthlg tet a larg: druyload,
and all quite new. It was diMi>yererl hid \ vote. Mr. eftigvtell U not Much .ltdilj that has liein done .-rrit' off thc.ura'c t.tll'iu.are Is.Jr.\'lnj. that there il no place diwte' Ib:u in case it c iifl.vnt,.rtr sits .
the "
'ten anay under the ti.jor nf a junk' Moreiuilding- eta friend of Carl St hurt, whom he denominate water from the laud, and there i."r' is I f gn when the U ub.g serenely wtu JI'Iug as I I fU"rul..1 will Xo not further|II'r.'ululal ,

h.u"'C iu he .1.1 "iJugau tail!" art .\u9trian ,oa'1ot"aget r.-J.)1/f/uJ. \ cvidcme a vigorous( growth in the : '," I.-'M- ("ily U'J"lt, .i..Uon" Wtn' ui.tv8-eats


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LAIN 111: .. .. have seen many changes!. dm rung that terrible t look up and laugh. "I am t umgli.II," I "Without cause, then, I am sure," says volunteered, t to l go in his place' and been ac-
w' ti rile." say, "as I can sec are, in of .,..ourg01,1 Stirling. "She I a thin to paint: ('(') "..I,
-},:\ ,by in my silent chamber, tlQ !lie lovely !" cries :Madame; "it !is vile sto I'
I regret the words: almost as! soon as I haveuttered French but I should be to her lover'speace n, no (
I hear th1lllirrin below ) : that I hecould
1 t
; j t them for the little woman's face I um Indeed sorry invention. It is impossible
Voices I love clear no longer Bung, I am of n df mind by even flirtation. rv-al Is
ore sounding! ( loses! its brightness! her eyes lill with tears "certain age i which Lord Byron says means he continues: with the 1 frank Bt'lil'9.II so treat his unhappy! motlr.! it
r And steps! I ktiow ore in mine ear,. and I !she glances down at her black dress."Ah "('crtlillugecl l;" but I 111 still susceptibleto handsome eyes which won tllik. lat, :Madame'!" turning with piteous entreaty -
and fro.
's Still to
}?' parsing! hail I I indeed. ; yes, madame," he says with good !' in a young man; and the face ing, "I "should. be 10lth Iwcllr.t tl discredit to. in her face to me.
And ask! my heart never more "I had three and I two which looks of course! I begin lustily ;
aoigh. sons, gave into mine is so \ good-look recommendation. have been, of' course !
will \cry
that door? YOI
Of my own (pass through And I not alone. Manv your words die on my lips us I see Oscar
to Trance. was a lug, that lam afraid I give and sponsor for my good conduct you know I hut the
i 1 ask; Oil, I is it forever mother in St. I'onrcain sent her boys, full of encouraging smile as if I grallu'say: shall leave here the day after to-morrow. I Iam standing in the gateway, with stern eyes
.t That I hate censed to he hope and longing i for glory, to' fight thel'russimts po on talking." lie evidently. so! juterIretslily { in II hurry now to get home and to work and pule compressed 1 lips. "
j .One of the \ around the hearth. Hut alas, nuns I but few of them facial ( ; for lie comes round hard. .M I v son, my son'. say it is not true! says
s; i group! .XIII..iolj hint
'; .Sharing! their sorrow or, their mirth ? returned !r'i and. scats the Ill'll.h beside me, I am !orI\to lose him, and say so. We the poor mother, rushing towlr.ls ,
y Am I from henceforth free I take her hand and press it in mpathy.1' amUiegins, !to comment on Iketll, praising )have '; several sketching expeditions' ]Hut Oscar turns away. "' f
Your two bays. were in the then ?" I it where it deserves 1 mother, it is true, he says; and
t From all concern with the things: of life, army ul.lllklll. two or togelher .n.1. I ha1 found him a most pleasant Yes, my Petit
: Done with its!' sorrow' and toil, and strife ? ask three critieiMiis with so mui h acutcncss and and helpful companion Hit still, w ith with a low moan Madame[ staggers
; No, :Madame," she replies! sadly ; "they discrimination I that I feel ('l'rtail hu is a that look in Oscar's eyes fresh in my memory IMU k and sinks fainting into my arms
were drawn in the second general eonsciiptlon : ,,- painter' I order of I.'rol I am I We carry her into the untte, and I lana"e
:Shall)) they me forth in silence' ,111 Ill'UI Jerit gll\l'
:: carry and Hah-
With blind and\ cnlcd-iip' ? and. no substitutes, : were permitted to my sket* tll talk wIII.r... to IIlt generally, The Ilxt the sitting i is over, he to send every one away but Oscar
eyes -
Shall they throw the windows wide to the air he )purchased. Besides! : she says proudly, then to artists We discover! that we have goes off to the neighboring town for the rest
y4Y, 'I And. gather mementos! here and there, though her tears<< are now falling fast: m'y many)" mutual I'ricl.I., and at length he tells of the day, and I, feeling olf guard" us it ctte"Ho, go mv friends I I say ; "I will see
Jean and Henri were no cowards, ami me his is I remember be done You have been quarreling { 1
As"! they think, with tears! and sighs, my name at oncehaving were, willy forth to complete u sketch\ of a what can
41 This she was' fond -this: she wore they were wild. to get at those Prussians" 81'1'1 1 little picture of his: at one of quaint old; house I had begun some days with Marthe. ," I say angrily to Oscar
Jlut hc shall need them more" "Hut you\ have one left' ? I say the winter exllibitiol..11 imlon, and having I am interested in what I am doing, when they are gone; "and so you proposeto
never !
1 A. M.any Munttfr" / Yes, Madame. ," she replies: briglaenhng."And b'el very much struck by its talent; and !so that itis l late when I lip mv sketching yourself to break your mother's heart-a
y ,. 1l I a good son he is, my Oscar: ; and the I !ay 10.1 Ilt.rial! and Ilut :stroll home fine revenge, truly!I"
good lad be praised' he can never beclrawlI "Ahi" he "I I .' of ,
'I : says hope may get Rome- wards. H i lark.t-da\ St. Pourcain, so Oscar Ilok' 11halct hll'cf
AT Till: T11O1S KTOILLS.IN for the conscription! for he is the only son in the next I !
thing Academy \'ear am paint I go through the jilnce to get some flowers, but says simply:
of his mother, I\II.I"IIC is widow.. It is a picture for it:: but I have no interest! and also because the gay scene' always delights "I love Marthe. too well to live in the
1' i TWO ('II.\t'TF.1L'4-IUt'TER I. great mercy, for there will l be, a drawing for and I am poor I sold that little picture you '. The-women i'n their quaint costumes house with her if .she will not marry me.
Where am I to go ? That is the question. our cuniiniine' in two or three Weeks." As she liked for eighty pounds, and I have been I 11.sitting under. blue, and I redumbrellas She cannot leave her home ; therefore, I Imust.
The doctor has ordered me bracing air and speaks a fine young f'I1It'lItcrll! the courtyard spending! that in seeing ni the great art galleries I and with fruit and gr'ell.vegetables inglorious ..
rest; and I cannot quite make up my mind with the blue eyes and the light curly of Europe It nearly exhaustednow : masses of color piled tip before "No, no!" Says the poor m;tother, who now
W'' where to !go In search, of theta I have been hair !so often :seen among the Noiman peas ," he ('OllllcM. laughing.Hy them ; the picturesque" buildings with their begins to recover. She shall go. I cannot
.shut np for some time in n sick room, nursing antry. "Ah there he is," she exclaims: her the comes hack to tell me queer old carved: beams and overhanging lose you Oscar, my son, my only son !" and ,
an old, I aunt who is now dead j and 1 1 theconfinement vivacity returning as if by magic, I must that coffee is ready, we SI'CI to r be quite old stories and gables, and the old Norman she; falls; 'illto hitl'r weeping.'
: and broken rest which. I did go mind wive him his: supper, if Madame. will friends. "Who is. that lovely Ittll thing?" church-which i forms one side: of the little Oscar kll''I her and buries his ;

not feel at the time, are beginning to tell cX"I e. he asks. "She is I perfect ( That is square-Pm the steps of which the women head in her lap 1 ; so he does not sec a htt WJ
upon me. I am low and. nervous very Left to myself I soon seek my 11111; and just the head. I want for my picture. I mii"t. I. deposit their' baskets while they Ir{'In to toll figure which conies stealing in at the .
a I unusual state of things: with me, and my after the fatigue of my journey, { more sketch' her." their; beads;l : The; market; is i'It desertedwhen ; with tear-dimmed eyes and white checks,
kind and cheery doctor hasperenmptorilvde' soundly' than I have done have for many a "::.lust 'Ol?" I ly. "I don't. think I get there; the buyers, (have nearly all and holding!. a silver chain in its hand. :;,
J sired me to fly to other climes. I rtn'tt night. her aunt will -1rIrvl gone home, and the sellers' arc beginning to "Oscar," says: :Marthe. "do forgive me-do.do '.
much care where you go," he says, "provid' I Thl next lornill/, while I 111mim .lrl"ill/, I "Hut you wil ask for me, won't )'Ol?" he (' remaining wares before leaving 1 Take the chain. I love you-I Ion I..
ed the climate I is bracing: : and that you can hear the !I I II pump and 11I1Jh. pleads. know what a help it however I am able! to procure my ; I only love you/! !'" and. she, too, falls on ,
he great deal in the open air. (Go/ to liedearly ter in 1 girlish I voice, accompanied I will he for meSeel I I will show you the and am waiting for some change .'towel, \01.' klIS, crying.bitterly. J
1 sleep and eat and drink well and. in n man's: ,deeper tOI'I.1 look out and sec" a sketch for my picture, and you tan judge;" ing over towards the church I see 1 !;group I feel nr\much 1rle.I to laugh at the "(
) I fortnight you will he looking a different pretty picture A : J.lrl-.hl. might and he fetches his portfolio, tllel'l.ting a which' Intt.f..ti'! mite Marthe is standing on couple young have got themselves j
l t woman ," and he departs' leaving me to nave .t'ppl..lolt of "I11J(ireuze'scanvast- drawing from it, places it the step beside Stirling; she is holding something into this scrape-were it not for the
,()h'c the knotty point as to the where"" by, e! "so so !so innocent is: her face- moment I ce it 1 111 conquered go over in her bund which he has just given grief of the mother, which is almost tragic Jin
myself.' is holding some salad. with both hands under to the (enemy without 1 struggle. It i!full her, and is looking! np at him with such genuine its intensity '\ jH
Hracing air and rest," I repeat' mentally, the pump, her sleeves tucked up, ali"howlllg of genius; and: I see that Marine's is hist the delight written on her face that I can Can Oscar not get a substitute?" I ask
.as I watch\ his figure disappearing: i down the the dimples in the oft round I hear: lie wnllt. for one of the principal I figures. read it even at this distance. Then she says "I do not know, Madame; but l'VCI if he
;gunmen walk. Where shall' I find the combination elbows ; while Mi' amc'H son is pumping us < t following morning he IIIl\kcl his !'something to him, at the same time putting (could. I should. have to pay 1118Vly. and I
?" And I run over in my mind the hard. as he can, and gazing with very evident ,. petition to Madame, warmly seconded by her hand into his.: He raises! it laughinglyto have no money laid. by-time ha\c hell so .'
names of different places where people;, usually admiration. on the damsel beside. film., 1('. To my surprise she consents lit once. his lips, and in another moment she has bad since the war."
,, t go to seek health ; but I rcjec' t them "O, (Oscar) how thou art awkward" .she I I docs not !t.t'l to enter her head. that there turned away, and is. hastening in the direction "There is my dui," says': Martine, eagerly ;
all. One is too" gay ; another too cold. ; an says: with a ('O'IIItlll glance from under 1'111 be any {possible: danger to Marthe. III be- of the Troll Rluia. Hut there has been and .ndame't sad face brightens for time
other, too relaxing! ; others, too ugly I too her dark eycla 1:1 har.hr swing of himshoulder ing painted. by a gsd-Inuking Englishman.Is : another spectator scene beside, myself, moment. Hut of this Oscar will not hear,
far, or too near Hut :Memory has started :sends 1 stream I h watcrright I she not a n ell-bruught up young It'OII'n.1 ? for to my consternation, I see' Oscar 1'll.'rgefrm even if the money can be touched legally,
j .on its travels, and in III.Jthl'r'lIinllll'nt has over the rounded arms "Thol hast: wetted .\ is she not (engaged to Oscar: ? the shadow of the church and follow which is doubtful, Marthe being underage.
hung! out a picture' before lime ut sight' of ."all I\sleeves and made me so untidy." So young Stirling sets up his: easel among her puickly.. Perhaps I um an old fool for my pains
which I cxihum The I will I "lie ; forward and whispers the at the and begins mind "
: very place .11011 smilthlllj.t lower: sunny court-yard, \cver the change, I cry to themarket "Perhaps, I remarked cynically to myself
go to the Tuna I'toile; at St. 1'ourcain. I in which I do not reach, but' (paint Marthe's (ircu/.e-like hl'/ll WOIIIII; "youfan give it to me tomorrow "I am only helping two people to make
will rest ; I will\ drink in delicious( !.v brae ing which makes her smile and blush against a background of vine-leaves. I generally ; for .nlrthlll tells me that there each other miserable for life;" but it ('lIdl in
t air, and I will sketch." I('but chut! my children," says :Madame cOle and sit with my book or work will be u ".scene, and that it wi be us wel my driving over to Gnnnat, enlisting thellathil.'l
,i So:\ I ring: the bell, order my box to be from the ki"hel door. "The )111: dish and play '; but in spite of (Ids, I can for me to be- at hUl.\ Hut I nrr \' of the <>ns->irefet, finding a sub'
i packed ; and In three days' time, find my- lady I sleeps still 11,111"t not be, disturbed.I ; see t that Oscar does not like the arrange the Train Lt,;/m8, that I aftertime !t\a (paying for him-rather m heavily. J
I *elf III the cuujif of the lumbering diligence, she'is.not swing. 1'lt-11 fact, I hear (him remonstrating Tair-Oscar and Marthe are already"hav I am afraid. Hit when I return home and J i
toiling up the steep, picturesque street hf I hardly reeogni/e(' iq self. under this de with his mother about it. :She:: is generally ing it out" under the lime tree. place Oscar's release in his mother's hand,
;' the liltleormall village, which I hiivconly scription., I feel l so much revived by goodnight's n slave to all his caprice's I ; but Stirling( has 1 have no pretext for interrupting thl duly !>signed" and attested, I am more thanrepaid '
y :ten once before, but which I am destined I rest, and I descend, and confute Madame's bought her over entirely by a promise of a !I I go up to my OWI I llow w hen I see her joy, which, althoughshe .
c now to know Intimatel)'. A year ago I hud i frt statement by appearing wide copy of the picture he is painting of the girlto stands open' and I can both see and hear is a French woman, is too deep for words. a
l 1>een on a sketching; tour through Normanly awake her. She wlcul"'! me with hang in her mlon."Nonsense them for every word reaches me- distinctly So we have: a gay wedding before I leaveSt.
with a friend-I am an artist in n dilettante effusion. and is ...1 pleased, to find me less. my !''II.'' she says, in answer through h the still evening air. Hound Marthe's Pourcuin : and' by Oscar's special requestthe
.., amateurish sort of way-and we had tired, !I anxious to know whether I am to his objections. \ is: the harm ? I neck is a silver chain and locket, handsomer bride-who looks lovely enough to turn
I passed through this village, and been much quite comfortable, that I feel as if I were am in and out of the 'arllll the time, than minclnd Oscar is: pointing to any alai heall-w'arflls her sole ornament
struck by its! quaint beauty but we were quite OIR-! of the family, and decide, in answer and ).ndll is generally with her them angrily."I a silver chain and ornament ; and we are all
then hurrying home, unit had only time for to Madumc's questions' thlt I will take work. will not have itdo you hear, little very content and happy, with the exceptionof
u peep, promising ourselves that we would II meals in the mile n winger with the rest "Yes," Oscar says, with dark look in his traitress?" he cries passionately. "You wo the old Captain, who said that I have
t come nllIll1ut some future time' and make her guest, instead of in sulky BritmlicIljty ; "but he admires her. I know he does, len would sell yoursouli for I bit of finery.' robbed France of a good soldier.
I :i longer: !stay ut the little inn where we had in my own room. by the way)' he I look at her." Take off that horrible necklace and give it :Marthe. 1 is as happy as the, day is: long.
l found ourselves! so comfortable during our Madame's guests lire not many. An Ic 'a- "('mill" ('ril1 Madame; ""only listen to the to 1l'11 you hear? If you lire to be my She often writes to mime Oscar )11 never
brief Sojourn siomd ('0111 I-tI'/'lr; now and again an child! Do you suppose he would want to wife you shall accept no presents from fine been jealous again ; and heretic though I
I am the only passenger for St. Pourcnin ; artist, or an 11JlbJ) tourist who hUt forsaken << ,Point' her if he did/ nut udihirc her, great elltelell.I[: poor painter a fine gen am, I am to go over this year to attend the
1 I :*> the comluiteur deposits me and my box at the and who may linger baby?" tlelanl!] nor :yet hire out your face christening of the most wonderful brie which 0*
the Ttoii Ktoilfi, and with a smile ltd a hEre for u day or two ; hit that is all At Hut Oscar looks unconvinced us he walks"! I to be stared at. Take it off!" he repeats. has ever been horn beneath the shadow of
"Honjour et homo sante, Madame," proceeds ,present she has no one staying; in the house: away, and I sec a palnenl i I expression on his Hut Marthe put up her hand to her silver the Trail Etoiles.
nn Ids journey ; while I turn to the tint myself: hit the cure always comes to I face : he looks across to where Mart. lie is:, chain Ill fast
k-asant-looking! hostess who comes forward dinner, a mild, benevolent, old gentleman, laughing guyly at something the Iaintt'r has "I will not-.I will not!" she says.Yhnt -
io greet me."Ah. who continually \presents me with bon-bom just said to her. As he so looks goes harm have I done? :Monsieur brought me GBEVT AMERICAN VICE OF MisArrnoPBI -
how Madame. must bo tires!," she in spite of my being 1 heretic; and an old over to Mnrthp..' 111 taking her chin in his this from (lannat and that is all" VTI.NO TIU-I is full time that the peculiarly {
a exclaims. "That diligence is of a slowness soldier-whim 1"t'1Oi his: tiny pension in hand I (turns her ; 111-i-tGc; il't]> iir: "I saw him kiss your hand," cries the incensed of attaching military
nla I eielnf slowness: And Madame. has thI1'Ilit (' worht-tiro ps in on from which it had 11\pl.l-u\ natural lover, "and you allowed !him !" and or ju.icli titles to persons who are
'been ill, and demands/ repose." [I had said when he can afford himself enough, as every kl\WI. But Oscar: he utters a malediction. He is in u frightful neither il army nor on the bench should
[ so in writing to engage rooms.] :No. 4 is better dinner t than his usual bread andGruycre does not know; and I think it i is only my' rage-that I can hear by his voice; hut Mar come to an t'11There are few things more

iuite.. ready. for :\llIllulllo-tho chamber she ( and fruit A primitive enough, presence which prevents his giving more :significant the is angry, too, and will not heed the signsof il'OI/-IOU. than. the associations of gene-
occupied when she and her so charming but 1 thoroughly enjoy it. expre11 to his feelings than the the coming storm !01< in places and under circumstances -

friend were here, there is now n year. And Who Is pretty girl ?" I ask my hostess muttered .klcr-r-re with which he !swings "A pretty thing, truly," she savs: "if I where they, would not naturally beexpl.'l.tCl
I what of goodness on the part Madame: torCllleruhl'r in the course' of the morning."Ah through the arch and d"\1 the village am to be watched and suspected like this. to appear.' There is not a department [
I II herself' of the Troii Ktoitn, and to ".\ !I" la 'llht with u pleased smile, "thatis street You have no right to do it ; you are not my)' in Washington, for instance, in which
I 'ome there to seek for rest and, fresh' air Iurtll. She is the betrothed my son, CIUITKH n. husballl vet thank Heaven I" there arc not among the clerks and messengers -,
I Everything shall\ be done to insure Maalalllo' who loves her, dear Madame, that it is aIlelllre Presently :Madame Petit comes through face darkens, but thr is a terribleanxiety scores of men laying claim to the title

Y comfort. "'illIudalllo: give I herself! to tCl'. She -is an orphan{ the the court-yard with a visitor. .tolmgl', my in his eyes u-s. he says with an effort of general who colole major, or judge. array
I' the pain to mount to No. 4 ?" ( of my dear hU'buld't brut her-in- good friend" I hear hEr say, parts ut calmness : one cither dubs !Ieltll commission in the
1 Madame does give herself<< the pain, and law by his first wife; so that there is no relationship with her; "Hene will ha\'t good luck, I do "Then you do not love me?" dubbed hll'l or allows himself to 1.1
follows the voluble little woman, talking all :Madame sees. She bus lived not lilubt. She ('ole. across to me and :\Iartht pouts her fullpt but IU'Wel not by over-complacent nC'uaint-
}' the way, into a charming room, fresh and with me all her life, since site was. a little seats hl'nef beside me. '. you love me, soys Oscar, "you will ance's individual, an officer of high rank, every
i t bright as the hostess herself<< The vine- one. !She has u nice little dub and when "('11 Ihe not buy I Ilbstlte1" I ask. take off that chain and give it to me." school who has gone through! 1 law ,
I l wreathed l'o and on the ta- they are married, I will give over the TroisF.tuil "No. Madame: she is Iloor, cannot afford "No. no." she reneats : "it is nine" The or a lawyer's office becomes thereby
t, I l>le is a bouquet of freshly Jutht'fl'llllllwl'r.<<. >', to my children, and nurse the babies it. If I only had the ( '" In1 the child her Lit of finery, and ,.'i not a judge; while here and there "governors'1;
i The bed furniture is white as the driven in the chimney corner." kindly little woman, "she should not want give it cilW are stumbled upon who ore very glad to be-

.fmow, and the bright blue paper on the ".\1111 does she love him?" I inquire Innocently. it; but times have hl'el bud with me lately, "Then you do not love me?" says Oscar in possession As to of the u first or second-class- clerk I
walls, and t the guy clock\ and vases of flowers and I have it 10t. However," she continues once more. ship lawyers! and claim agentswhim
t j on the nualtcl-piece, are us refreshing to "l immat goes without haying," I'asladme: cheerily, "Hene may draw u good number; "No!I" savs :Marthe, vehemently stamping of abound who does city, there is hardly one
tl my evt-s as the comfortable arita hair into in u lllth' offended tOIC-CHIM any one why not'" her foot aunt flushing scarlet. I hate you- thl'1 not preface his name with
the title of
; i' which I sink Is to my tired body. help loving'her Olcar-"but I have never "And evt'l if not," I remark, "there is no hate you-mlu you hear? And I will never ridiculous judge or genl.'rl.l1nd. the same .
"1 Madame is quite. exhausted," I'I)111- kl"11): father ami mother never inquired war now, and it is but serving for two or marry you- ("er" custom pervades all classes of our I\
I do
dame Petit '':$he must descend no more I 10n'lI)1 Petit lie seemed( to three years, and he 1 is back with his mother. And with sudden flood of tears she society. not lan to suggest that this '
to-night. What will Madame take<< I'f're them to be I proper pert for me, and that Is it not so?" 1 umps up and(rushes into the house. When rather is peculiar than to local Washington.. It is a national t
she retires? Perhaps UM the would refresh was enough. For the rest," she continues ..\ look allot of h'rru'olt'S to :Mudame's go down in the morning I find she is in bed weakness.nI pickpocket
Madame, and there ism. gulnntine r>f the most )Kravcly, "young girls ought not to allowthemselves lark eyes. "Ah! they never returntheynever with a headache."I or inal rowdycam in appear It.fore the Tombs crim
delicious, or the wing of u chicken," .to have any thoughts about 1.1 return," she cries .\1\1 as for no do nut know what i is the matter with interests court looked New unlC1 he has his
). I decline the tea, much to Madame IVtit's until after they are married.1' war, who knows? They say that we HUM/ the child," says: Madame, unsuspectinglyconcocting ( and in ofl.'r by a colonel or a gen
surprise; 1 um an old. traveler, and know I smile, but unsw cr not, knowing that this get back: Alsace Lrrail'!" her a tisane, "she is so hot and era ; the newspaper resorts of the
I' what straw-colored infusion of scented hay I is u subject it l: useless to discuss with any "Yes, for very unl ml.t, and will," feverish" more imjiortant eases it i!next to Ins i
} would be presented: to rue Hut I express' French woman.A says the old Captain' who has strolled in and Where is Oscar?" I ask jiusMble to understand who it is that is ad- f
hl my desire to test the excellence of the jnlantne few days afterwards 1 am sitting in the joined our group. 'Those pestilent Prussians "He has gone to jannat to "see the con ministering, and who they are who are .
accompanied' by ('oITt'e.1111 soon courtyard, making a little Ikldl-a bit of Let. tht'l only come again, and this. Il'riltioll.lrawlI." says Madame, Petit "Poor counsel attempting who do mislead justice, for all the :
the table I is, "spread' with u snowy cloth and old wall, 1 pump, 1 fl'puts pans, seen time they hal not go back; we will make ( Go grant her Rene good for- mentioned not nl'.t military titles ort '
am making u meal with much more appetite : through an Ol't'l doorway nothing in each of thl.'l present of six I feet of French) tune' generally by the newspaper/ re.iporters -
si than could! have dreamt of three days> fait, but somehow it looks pretty. Murthe is 101." (11'II.It'the old soldier grmh", fel''l. I am glad that Oscar is out of the way, to l / as judges I is not at all unusual
u;o. Madame has not overpraised the or
y ut i ite-made bv her own fair hands ;; und to knit; for the ii watdlilll with the "..\h!" sighs Madame, rising and foldingher him. Stirling makes up h"mind to leave: by designated in the same
the coffee U-1.'rench coffee. The table l is> deepest interest every ot my brush work, "France may get hack Alsace and the diligence which passes through :St. Pour there|plans manner, ana we can all rN'lel when
I drawn into the window, whence 1 can look and exclaiming vehemently u-s any familiar Lorraine, but who shall give us back our i l'ail in the course of the morning; so that convicts'cells were generals and (' occupying
Into the Minny' little court-vurd, with ib jar objcit is added to the little picture), when chilrPI1. h)' the time Oscar returns my task of e'ffect- in connection in the Missouri \penitentiary

:tx flowers, its vine-wreathed windows:., the u shadow falls through the gateway" and( is. larthc'l sitting is now over, and she runs i big a reconciliation will, I feel, be comparatively In the interest with famous. whisky frauds.
lime tree, under which tundi u comfortable followed by u )young; man covered with dustwearing to me at once 1 have made quite a pet of co.-y', and wll:1 young Stirling ; r?- and common sense ali decen
seat: and its pail{ the handle of which a knapsack.. He is Kngli: >h-that I the little thing. I am getting an old woman, jxxses that I "hal "set him a bit on his cy and, b bench particularly there in repec for the army ,
neoms; still! for a moment. The clatter of see at u glance; and something in the Hohe- and I like bright young things about m(; way and let diligence pick him up, I absurd shouW a change in this
lUbt'tte's: wooden shoe makes a pleasant liUlislUf his dress, and the portfolio which ami the child has pretty caressing ways assent with much satisfaction I have not of custouVimy honor should that high
.click-clack as she goes to and fro OUT the he carries under his arm, tells me that he i iu is about her, which,joined to her fresh beauty, the heart to tel him ut the last moment of sense which is characteristic of
stones between the kitchen and the pump. memlier of the fraternity). of the bru-.li. Madame make her very winning. the mischief : locket has wrought, ali we and army be exposed to the possibility .
The bulking sim 1Ita le\elray 1 throughthe comes forward in her pleasant tmi,aiff "Will not Madame look?" he cries, drawing I>art with mutual expressions of I-wi { probability being daily offended by
open uoor and I see (the copper .lew- manner, and in reply to his inquiry whether me towards the easel. "Is it not wonderful and hopes of meeting again ; misconduct on the l'ar of thousands. of irresponible -
pans': fclilnin< and glittering ruddily! on the he can have a room, emort-i up how :Monsieur has made it like? See my and I return to the Trots Etuiki, hoping to who titles persons throughout the country
wall A curved l wooden l>cam runs across btairs, and probably looks utter him like u coral l'klal'th! if I only had u silver= I make all things straight between the lo\"cr I or wt'lr to which they have no right,
with tall oaken standsin mother.Proently. Madame' how beautiful before Hut hopes are destined to why holt our judiciary/ ) be lowered :
it, dark u;,;e; a press chain uii 1.1 lkc i night. my I the level try
a turner : and the rust brick floor makes he comes down, having gut rid! it woulllok the picture!" 1 I disappointment. When I arrive at the Trots colonel is attorneys 8 and pettifoggers? A _
bit of warm color where it U touched' the of the dust of his walk, and 1'.llt himself at I lau at :Stirling. "The coraluttklace Juilt. I find the court-yard ful of people, is a military officer just as judge
sun.: It is a pretty future, and Ul1h ttt"1I a table in my vicinity, where he has a mel | makes a good point of color, and is at once with ,volubility, right jl.Ulal officer either, and no layman has a
quaint costume and high Normandy cup add of some ort MTVed( to him. I see him stealing I I much jue-tticr than my salver chain," I say while Madame is standing in the centre of Scliurz the S"lle of these titles, Mr.
to the charm. au occasional( admiring glance at Marthe( in English; "but all young girls like fashion the group crying and exclaiming: "It is not sjiet-cb. drew other the day, in hit In.lianaINi!
"I remember Jlal>ette when I was here from under his eyelashes, so 1 till the childto I ;" ullllllak I up my mind that before I true ; I do not ile.c i F' when{ he line closely >'
before," 1 remark. go in and see ifhe cannot help Madame. 1'a1 !$t my silver chain .hal I What is it 1" ak. dates General spoke ff the Presidential candi
luun'll as
"Oh! .certainly," bays: Madame IVtit "It will not do to have the little thill/I j change hanl". ..ilUilill Habette was here last year, and 1 head turned by any wandering{ urti>t, I! "\\'ht'l you have it rlnished?'* I go on, borne time before I am able to arrive at the the let the newspapers| follow
I no doubt will remain for munv more until to myself severely I continue my sketch. I a-s Marthe l leaves us in obedience to a call l'Us of the disturbance, which i is this. soon example and the title nuisance will .
she finds u husband, whith Madame will I h:,'e not made many more strokes w hen I from la.ltltI'tt.." Madame Gomell soil has drawn an unlucky h abated.'cuhinyton\\ RtjwUie. .
4 comprehend U not easy for u i oor girl. hear a voice behind me xaying in French : "' mul will be enough, 1 number, no money to buy a substi
Nothing change lunch in !$t. 1'ourcain" "Excuse me, 3ladante-you have dropped think," is the answer."I ; tute. THE BUnIF"L is in manifestation of the
".\h !I" I *.*>' without thinking, "I un- your shawl ;" and that garment which \IW 1U glad: of it," I bay: heartily; "for I "Well, that we knew before," I bay. secret nature which, hut fur !
pose there are not ,o man marriagable: slipped from my hhouMers, h gently jvplae- do not think Ox-ar likes them. He is in. "Yes, Madame. But here is one come apeearancelaatbeen| forever concealed from

t .young. juen bince the war; hut you must l"lou them. .lined to Iw jealous! of you," from Jannat who bays that. Oscar Petit has U'-Gulhe. }



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.1lISCBI iL:-I. l'II"i; manner-'Vhl'r-' ; can \;; i look Dlifkins though hc tncmticrcd 1 to have J- & T. KYDD

for greater! purity of character, sounder\ I paid: bill not a fortnight before for cleaning ,

THE Powr.noFTiiE SOVTIIK.UX l'n.I'IT-Th' learning) or greater pulpit ptwersI The/ the saint dock. "They will do so sometimes HIrillWAXDISTA.: FI.()KII/.\.
I Rev. !Dr. Shoup, of Nashville ha* fully anti venerable ilrI Pliynmer, too !still with hiv I \ and a" little regulation will make it ('CU'. (*(*.lrr nu.1 Third

substantially replied to the strange and un' harness "Ill, ranks! with the foremost" ltreaeh i tnuel ::1in. constantly adding to their stock of :Staple; and Fancy
li'\lI1.lrtll\tta 'k of the Rev. David) :Swing; on ers in any \i.uul1'ith these 11Il'l1l'01lICt1' Biddie, here r'tlltI1t'lll1nl'r a sortie made Are
the of the world-distinguished ])r. I thirty minutes before to see what time it was, 000 1)IUI J } ) SS:O::S
clergy and the (Christianity tin the memory YY YY (!HUlOn( <
1I11mnm, \ ; ; -;'''' -: H
1)11))1)) : :
Clf-Ix.| and [)
:OlIlIth.'e wish we had space to devote tithe B.uhman, of the Lutheran Chunh I htl'harlestom reporting) that it was a quarter: : IIP\\n\ \ HlWlm'Y;! ; YY (;IIHIIoO(; ;(; ;l; 00000) OOO '
of her and Mr*. nn 1)IMSDD
the associate and collaborator I by the joint application OO OO OO 00
republieation of the entire article, bu nil HH Hit YY YY on! (;G
blows he dealt the B'lifkin, dinner was soon got ready: nil OOOO OO) Ill\) DD H-I-S:; :
must: content olll''dn'with:' a few l'xtrll'tiwhilh : Audulion. The :stalwart I YYY GG( I OO(
It to me," wild Mi'!'. Blil'kin': "ns ill mm; OO un U\)\) 1"--1:
seems OO(
the modem tide of infidelity OO OO
yY i ;
will be interest to our readers : materialists t as I YY GO GGG( ;
might fix that cluck If 1 1 111') 1)1111:1! RR )[) SSSSSSS:; : : ::
of all if! anybody was a OOOHUmU\
The earnestness I\IHll'ower of the Southern came in, must 1 he fresh in the I memory' YY RR
1 '
111:111'1 ; 1 f could. ) ooIo\o\-'S: ;\; \:
I know 1)1)1)1)}
11I11I1l'r. Ills (0110
of such I 000
pulpit have always! been an admittevfact who know anything! III1H1:1\ : R: RR: : YY WIIIIH'; ; ; ;
Well dear aid Blif kin*, "wait tin-
Mirth ',,lined to this continent my
as well) in the us in the South reputation was not (
Its representative i men have always:" cnjoyeV ; he was n corresponding/ member ol til I h:1'I'IIi"rll":4I'clllltlimH'r, and, then Iii\ ('loChlll. ll..C""s, ('''Itflt. hal Shoes, oloDRV .
little .
learned societies of 1'uropo.The : discuss the dock. .\ more tliesteak
the generous! and! hl'lIrlIIplall"l'\ of their IIl'ar1111/ the -
brethren in the North. There must be man*,' Andrews! of Viritrnia, so intimately! associated please Thank yon --
people in New York who remember 1tl with Princeton too widely known After dinner he got out his little box. of NKW YORK RETAIL PRICES.tt .
from I time to time for occasions GOODS AT
tool, gathered
mention, Dr !
markable scene at theold Tabernaelc in that to require\ more than a mere
city sit 1J<44. Dr. ]Base'om was to preach at Breckinridge, of Kentucky, was a man ol like this, and again commenced, on the --- .
otl'thc hands anti foe and
night Long before the time, the immense Herculean mold. chick--taking atU'tideil
building:! was thronged so that not another Of the many eminent men IIIII'HIthl'/ penetrating to Ihl'l'l'lIft.C' of the works lie: _, \?" Agents I for Dtvt.iN.] : Orders promptly- .-- --tu.'t--. -- .- -
mention Jesse Mercer, of couldee\ nothing out of the way."Well. : .
:-Ollll'Ollld find room. The preacher began, ItaptisN: we barely '
and at once carried the vast concourse: up tithe Georgia; who has given his name to Mereet ." said 'Blifkins, pleasantly'There'snothing BORN & irOYT .
will! what little oil will do. SAN
highest) pitch of h'nl'imt three several University : Richard: Vu rinan, after whom see a ,
like it, All friction 'h-I.I..III it, and
times the proprieties of the place wen Furnun University is i idled ;; Andrew
quite forgotten. and the whole congregation Hroadm. a peerless; pulpit orator sometimes the :fwect machinery'' of home lubricated: :OEt'oXIITHI'IT.:; : : NF.AR: t.'I':XTHI':, .

burst forth !in long and loud t applause' 'nl1l'I'th \Robert: Hall( America' : Rich, with the oil of"good nature: rnnsas noiselessas

I Henry (Clay declared him to he the greatest l and Fuller of :South; (Carolina pastor for the spheres. WII01.K.SVI.K ASH KKT.Vtl,
Baltimore :Mr I *. 11.I smiled at hi"I'ntllu..ia"ul.Iut; said
of -
natural orator in .\mcr l'I. Jlarveltiusthlilgs more than a quarter a century "
and Jeremiah H. Deter, It writer and \IIn(', I'II"I' OlIANDLEKS: :
told his Kntire
are! .of preaching : SUIT I
Hlifkiu.'ith a feather, then com ( ;
The list Mr.
congregations would rise! uncou: !'< iously, and speaker of transcendent: powers. ,
ttu'nceviatd thrust t the oil vigorously) among
press; toward the pulpit in uncintrollal'leexcitt'ntent. could be prolonged indefinitely.Some
and,1 rl'aclailll''I'r point, VSli PKA1.I.IW IN'
the cogs; pivot / .
On one occasion: he producedsuch mention has already been made of
he the face and hands on
and I then put :

sermon a frenzy at a I'amp-meet of excitement ing that by i nobody a morninc could the reference Kpiscopal; to"Bishop clergy) but Ravcnseroft: we' cannot, of forbearn Northt'arnlina again! satisfied, will thnt it was right dear'salti now. he, *| | )I I[ : I I I I IA
"Now see
be heard nil the; day through.On ; )ti...ltn\tslleudcaml John' of Virginia "the triumph you\ of genius.: my. I put the clock I[ J [ <*. -rf *
another in ol
: Kentucky r. ; Whittingham, df Maryland ; Otey. again, touch the pendulum' and oil' itgoes.
Clay was |ill the congregation. lie listened: Tennessee; ('tt tltsnf.labaittaaril, I iiier, up ." ---
for some time to the dartngsweepof! thought t I llf Luisiana
few reluctant swings
the electric and impetuous declamation\ the Roman Catholics have also had men The \pendulum gave a ON HAND.
The itstopped Fl'RNITURF.' : ALWAYS:;
and then like my' grandfather: clock 1.\ tt: a:: :STOCK; OF I
searching appeals to conscience, until at lathl' eminent: parts in the South, such lrl'h.- short N. looked, mortified 1 and '
was carried beyond, till\ bounds of jiropricty i bishop: Kenrick of laltimore! ; Bishops ling-: Mrs. [It.sarea+tieuvhie-r said- Mli-Iy:!

and gave vent to his excitement 1ex- land of Charleston: and. McGill, of Rich
If I 1 man I =
I were
daiming : '''cll done', colII-gi\'l': it to I tilt nd. Surely, the past of the pulpit ill theSent wouldn't,111+t t as have expected.it !'lIilot' me that I a couldn't ARLINGTON l NURSERIES.
i it them When }II'. Ba .
them give to I'OI11 h Il'l'1wil hIliI'II of gigantic: t i :stature.If 1 do little thing like that 1 don't !see where
t. '" was chaplain in Congress!, General Jackson we do not speak much of" the present: it little .Io his genius from I'msure
I was carried away, in :similar manner by the is because! there i1* not much to be said.\ )II our : than t ycsterdav ---
he longer
for Ill) ago
, vividness a picture he was painting: and there has been any decadence: in the pulpit, toldhim .
umbrella ullllal't, and no'body 'IU.l'OI'S
took an : : ROSES: I)IX'
I exclaimed aloud 'My[ God he is lost: !II nobody the :South has yet discovered it. TKOPK'A'LiiiMl SI:!II.'I'nOI'I1'nll

The South \has always been full of Whl'rlIre: there finer pulpit orators than haw "
I Did he it III tl\'I'IInill'? asked Mr.Blifkins. 'IANT.SNKW .
\ put ; iitiisiniTiisiui.i rM> iviitiS:
men noted for their pulpit clot tncnce., Drsl'altiierofNctvOrleans ; Hoge, of Ridiinond iui i iviic: : < : .

I low could it be otherwise\ : among a ; )Dagg: of Georgia ;; and Robinson ofKl'lItUl'k"f Why, nit'replied she! ; "but he mighthave
and intpulacs- immense ----
people 111'opell generous ) Bishop 'eckvvith: has an I dare iflll'IIIl.1 tried'
done ,
the land of all\ others in the world North in so, say
well in
in as
reputation' as said Phi fkitr thl' dork i is warranted
Well :( [
;given to the freest! and most open interchange the South. Bishop Wilmer, of Alabama ; for and I will I'arril )haek.There's : VM. t'ILOll'I'.11111"'l'IiS\ : : Ih..d Orunge'I'reen

of opinions in public assemblies''f; I iuiutard.. Tennessc:-e ; Garret; and Klliott. acar in fretting about it.:"
The South is the home of natural oratol'alltl The no use --
\ ,.
of Texas, are all superior preachers. lie carried it down to Pulley.A': Screws of
from the days of Patrick Henry: l'\'liT number of distinguished l who come to
I whom he had, )bought it. am) bade them l lit
hamlet has had fluent and forcible speakers mind i is sn great that it is in an embarrass. I /''J'-Send:; for I DescriptIieIlalngu'.
another ,
send home soon as possible
it as
or AIJIKItT: I. IIII)11'EiI.: .
Nor has the of been
style pulpit-speaking' meitt to decide whom to I name that thl'11:1.1 sold him
at all con: lined to the rugged: and exciting I slightly insinuating : JACKSONVILLE!: 10'1111' L.\.
Heleft it with tbcmand ,
0 of )rr. illf'I'i"rlllll.ltinl'
type of oratory. The South has produced BLIFKISS, TIn: OItOlo.I:4T.-hll'[ 1 If
anti still has men smoothest periods tool Benjamin Hlil'kill weaknc.s is hiv love went to his business.: When he went home

most polished/ tlidion.ao\ that ever heard forelocks! : 1",1'l't, \' room in his house has to dinner hN first Ihollrht11'+ the clock, It. M. ::\iitSO.\: '.' : F1OICII>.\

I the great Dr. Hawks' can forget his : one of these timely commodities in it, tot after noting; that his dinner was \promptly

:\ and his irresistible logic? llolithl'.ll'l'cnts \ show and use. There ore all varieties known on the table awaiting/ him and he found it rANUFACTUIllXG: ( AMI FrRNISHIMJi : r-WX 1MPROVKMKNT: COMPANY.

3 I who were present) at hill present: at his trial to srleltet',111111, some that science knows" nothing upon! the shelf working away as vigorouslyas I iiI

in New York delight describethe t matchless about-odd specimens that have drifted a haymaker.
: thl'fhl'cl it ?" said IIlil'khlOFixl \. \ IIR'1'.11iER: ,
by which he held that vast assemblyin in Mr.[ Blif kips: s way, and I "I'l'lIl1t once We'll
power for their oddjity ormolu docks, ) it l'v I replied 11[ n. [Blifkins, with atone .
a thrill of excitement for days to-gcthcr!! purchased ; .
, FFdlNANDlNA...\,
her Voice "it lliolll't11l'1'.11I11Y ST. ;
in FIFTH :
, The people of New York will not soon cuckoo clocks, common docks, indescribable of triumph ; 1'ernaw41luu.
forget this great master of eloquence[ ami docks, and from any time before an fixing} !and anybody with ordinaryapprehension
logic. Few men ('cmlllllll\'e maintained the hour until anytime Ihl'l'l'Unl'r.Il'h: a din \ might have known th.it a TOWIIM'' Oil 1C. It. Line,
is :them throughout the house clock cannot; run unless it i is wound\ up.
position ho did through the stormy scenes ol kept up\ by .
the war when he refined: either to withdraw that it i is almost impossible/ to know what That11" all it needed.\ .x Ami C'tMliir Ii" ) .

or bend before the torrent of excitement. time it is by either It is Mrs.[ BlitkinsN 4tri'r

.And again, in nil the catalogue of eminent custom to make an average of all, and\ then 1'LOltilll AM HAVANA
clergymen what name is: there which to thin by comparing this result: with her own dock
will call of in the kitchen she can come pretty near the -1 FAST MAIL SF.RVICK.: [ :
deeper sense reverence
day uj \TliEKLY ( 7i In Ix'ssee-.s and I Purchasers n large
than that of Bishop Klliott. of Georgia?? hour. Sometimes' she will send her servant cTh311r.lhl.lr ,

Dignity)) and culture, piety and, power, were girl out to the street corner commanding 11 I J number of the most eligible and de..Jrublt'
view of the town clock to make sum Thestvarious I
z' so wondrously blended in him that with all
Lot ll'uitlllllo for Business Pnrx>sts, or fur
I the gentleness of n''woman he possessed! the computations and I expedients, at : CASKS: WOI''O"'FIXH) : "
and times require, much attention\ that (will Suburban Residences:
His :
strength ofagiant. carriage manner .\:\CASKKTS: : : City or : ,
were inimitable !He was one of the be long past particular' hour before she can
committee appointed by the House of JlNh- know detinitelv: that it has arrived: and
PLATKD UPON [::.\HY TKRMS.Liberal : [ .
tips' to adjust the unfortunate and vexatious!' sometimes: )i1 Ir. lilif kins: whose dinner hour Performed' bv the new and t-lepantly ujf}

Omlerdonk difficulty. lie presented and is precisely' ft o'clock has to wait half ithamsquarters pointed :steamship\ ADMIIiAL) : (Mdcwhccl" /), TRIMMINGS[
read the paper containing the concessions of ) of an hour till the time has according; to the following schedule : Discounts on Values! allu\\cd t,

Bishop) On, crJonk. After it had been accepted been fully settled to Mrs. ltlif king s sati'facdon. Ix>ave Cedar Key on Tuesday morning.Passcngers .ttt.-CONSTANTLY: ON 1r.\xn.1 parties engaged; 1 in manufacturing or Industrial -

_3 and the case dismissed! BishopMeade, In vain he expostulate when this ( from Savannah leave; by steamer -
of Virginia who was not a little incensed at occurs. The answer uniformly i is- .City of liridgeton on Saturday .I p.:in. Ix-uyi* enterprise-s. who will erect on the projnerty

the action, approached the Iti.shop: of Georgia "Well\ )[r. Blifkins, if you will\ get me Fernandina: \ or Jai ksoiiv: ille by 'I 1 ransit Railroad ; BIN lies washed and ilresseil mid \''tl':4l'rVl..llI1tilllllrlul. ptirchase-d diibstantial improvements

and said! : 'Elliott,that was all your doing one or two more clocks: to grt by, perhaps 1 train Monday morning), Arrive lit with e>r without the iise.of ice
Your'mpathetic'and soft! accents in ('1m do better" Key \\-t.AVednesilay lIIornill .\rrln'lIt Remains: exhumed\ unlplal.'t'.llll cases for for rl'Nillcl\t'l'IOr in vvhieli to conduit their

k rea,.ling that paper: carried the House out of This: usually settles the matter for the'mninent Havana Wednesday afternoon.Returning removal.Telegraphic I. business.INDUCKMKNTH
their senses. They never would have accepted b and he :sits wondering where he evnldput leave Havana TIIlII.la1''l'lI. : ( orders promptly' attended to. .

it if any one else hail read it. Truly, the clocks if he should get them agreeably ing.; I."I\\'C Key West FriohIlIotlliliz.; Arrive .i.lm :<< : TO MANUl'ACTUKK1W I
the fame of this great IJishop is in all the to her unreasonable wish. He has Cedar Key Saturday morning (ami at -
(lurches.1'hen shall we luok upon his thought of putting one or two in the cellar Jacksonville and Fernandina by Transit! II. I*. l>OTTKKiil: : by exemption for a term of years from

like again? but as: he has to wind. all hi:4ol.kll\ up, he H.llilrtluol5utll'lluy: evening and at :-;iI'IUlIIUh"v taxation, offr-rcd by the several ciiiewondtowns.
other does not fancy the extra care that this would
And then again that Georgian steamer Citlif Ilriugenon.lnutiay; morning '
whose life run parallel with that of Bishop involve, and so hopes that some! ingenious '! ), thus forming' i the shortest I possible i sea 1"EHX.X'fX.1.OHIU.:! [ .\, Apply to

Klliott's: through so many 'l'I\l's-r.) Loviek inventor will\ contrive to transform till gas: route between the United States nuns 'iihu.} r?T"O fierce so lute fallen asleep. When great meter into a dock, which including the accuracy KKVU.IlYv
PASSAGK: : lLt'fi' 1.
would render it Irt-tf
mentioned his cannot of the average meter
preachers are name .
( 'diu 1.11
'lIrl4I. -- - --- --
fail to rise to the lips of all who knew him, equal to a chronometer as standard.. He I.'Ine I'untlly (UrocerEemtxa ; i I
:Savannah to HU\.I1I1B.I: ;? (N) )$lsrxFernandina )
: : A nuoTiiiit:
and who did not? The celebrated} Dr. Olin tried this himself with great hope of IIU'l'I'II'I.hut to Ilavwia.MI: (I.) :'Woo\ STICla''I' ,

bore testimony to his wondrous powers in found when the 'plllrh.'lime round had JiIksonvilletOIIavana.\ .... :.liOO :tr5O! Hccoml Street, oj.poslte I ost-Ofthee,
the strong emotion, even to tears, which he that he disarranged the meter' and For "tnh'rIMIII:4alul tickets! apply to I.KVK: :
is known to have shown under the effect of at least' isi.mio' feet' more gas! charged\ to him & r.r"\'S I ) : Tourist (OlIkts.Savannah p J no: VISIONS.

his preaching, as well as in the deliberate than he hallurlwcl, Ga.; Corner Bull and
declaration that 'if left to choose among all The other day: Mr.I Blifkins went home to
: II .\, 'ALLAN, Agent.
r"illll", made for
4'i the preachers America the one under dinner and preparations' !
L ..rnllnllillll-I.glllollt: Hold. .\. L. -
+ whose ministrations he should sit fur years, its immediate supply, Mrs.[. Blifkins with a Customers can rely ujion I getting CllOICIGOODS ': I"tea
Agent.Jacksonville 1i.
rI Dr. Pierce would\ be the man of his choice.' slate and pencil working up her time by the -Corner Day and line street*.
And then there was Dr. William Capers distant sounds! of the docks up stairs! amid allaround LANPHKRK: : Aircnt"St. ; ) asNOTHING
A.C. ,
5 what the house. He .stood a moment: looking
of :South Carolina. In enthusiasticterms
.\1I"t1l1l-0n Bay. It. F.
of her calculations."My ,
r: the tinlishbore; testimony to the at her in the midst o -J MfNT.
.ti e simplicity, and purity, and fervor of bin. dear," said he, "i is dinner\ ready?" ) ;, Agent. : ( BUT! THK: 1-1 X 1'1'1' IIH.\:\ns

preaching when he visited England: in 182S, She started' like a guilty thing and burst JI.tltY'N ItlVI'K: IMC'KKT.:
as the representative Methodist Church !into tears.'
;' in America' WhlIli.'okl't1 how he had ac "What o'clock is it?" she asked."Twenty I Io are kept in stock.A.VUI'I. .

vc quired l! pure Saxon style and simple earnestness minutes past 5," he replied. a ;;;n II -- .-- .

he replied that he did not know, little testily. I : A FItIi.VI, ,
i t unless it was in preaching to the fcimple- "Well." ...ai.llihe, "I'm glad to know. My
minded blacks upon the rice plantations of dock in the kitchen has strangely) given out o --;;
and here J have been for half an hour Irvingto MAKERS: AND CONFKrriONKRS:( : : ,
Carolina. Ill': STKAMKU: ...cue.o .\. :
In the memorable debate in the General make an average between the others. I 1' .
Conference in New York tyi 1ill. uIHn the According to my figures it is only half past o CAJT, JOHN RICHARDSON( eitoie-K HTOVKS: IIKATKRS; H.\ G.JS.; :

I case of Bishop Andrew, and which led to 3. Dear me! did anybody ever have such WILL RUN ON THK: ST. MARY'S HIt'r \'-
the unfortunate separation of the Methodist trouble before during the season an follows : rorerlrM; t'lgiirw: stud TolmrroM, TIN Are SIIKKT-IROX WAIiK,

Church into North and South, the speaking Her feelings found relief in a sub Leave ST. Miuy's KVKRY: MfNI.11'amid ROOFING AND OUTTKHINO
of the Southern men wan of the most brilliant ""'hat'll the matter with the kitchen THURSDAY MORNING at fI o'chnk, for TO'iHXU FANCY( : ART1CLKS.Weddings : ;. ,

type( as any one who remembers will i-lockr aid lilif kins. FKKXAM'i.NA ; and will leave FKKSAXWSA! CUCUMIIKU' ( WOOD PL'MP. I Tt:.
bear witness and the accounts given at the Tin sure I don't know. It Hopped rightin same days at H u. III., fur ('*''1' I'INCKXKY' Kntertaiiiments: and I Pienii-s

time will fully show. Dr. Winans, of the the middle\ / of the time that I was to hake and all intermediate landings mi the river. fiiniishe! at,the chorti-st notice<<, at n < k-Uit-, A large clock of Stoves on hand. Give UN
Mississippi Conference, ulenedthedebate on some rake, and if Jane hadn't gone round Returning) KVKRY: : '}::.:}).\Yawl FRI ; .
call and
a jre or
time prices, coni| our prices with those
the other fide-'an imjietuous ]ieaker after the corner twenty times to see what, o'clockit I lJ.\Y. will arrive at t',. )1 uCY"'" at 3 p. in., atANOKL's: HAKKRY:

the Greek model. His miia.'e strength, put wu.s theake would all burnt up. If Iliad touching at FEUSASIUNM, (VntreStn-et, other_ housed, here or elsewhere.. .
In motion by a glowing spirit, furnj..heu a two or three more clock to depend upon On WKDNKSDAYH:: and SATURDAYS old I.. O. --- --- - -
mighty niumontum which struck like the I shouldn't even know the day of the j will leave Sr. MAKY'S at t'Vl::\ a. in., and can Opp. OH.OAKfH.COXTItA"WIC .
well of the sea when stormy winds rule the wt't'k.t..rda)' Tommy hail l to crime be chartered' l for excursion to

waters.' Remarkable sj>eeches were made dome to jet a note for being late, and to- Iuugeneomt. jar T It VTK { AND 1IUILDER[ ,

b brPr, William A. Smith of Virginia; the lay Jenny had to tit on the school-house
/ Jierces, father and son ; and Dr. Longstreet, .teps and wait for the teacher. WM you fix and other |>oiiitM of lntere in the vitinity( )I Ul..U.l'IU.)6

of Georgia Mr. trill fcllow. of North Carolina the kitchen dock Of course I eult nose I of Fernandina. Jl1. W. LOIIMANN'S J .

.," and Dr. tr."en'ti. Tennessee. Dr. ('a- I int exettetl to, but I have done all I can Through Hill, of Lu411stg MOULDINGS, BRACKETS HAWED .ANT

-' "; 'era fepuke lost His bearing was marked by about it. I'm not a clock maker" ,I by MALLORY'H LINK: i>f Steamer to all TURNED 1ULUSTKRS, NEWELS.STAIR : : .
:, the highest refinement: of manner. Though Mr. Blifkins went to the kitchen to look joints on the Ht. )Iary'>>. -FAMOUS RAILS, WOOD KAVKvTROUGHS
.-. .' speaking;: at the dom of a prolonged and exciting I it the duck. He found it all dead I an M door I SHEATHING.
.-.: debate, his perfect cum maud of voice, nail1I gave the ix-adulum a touch and {101ft'' C'onnrrtloiimade rrrjtttred Flour. WEATHERBOARDING. I .
"I. ,:, his easy flow t,{ words and his dear and II the: clock\ ticket well I enough f!ir a ndnuteor'I with the New York and SavannahMeamers. ASU FLOOR.IN'.1 .

!' vigorous thought held that weary body with Iwo: and then gtor'>|.ed languidly. lIe Mark all glMMtr'are of Steamier -- *
.1(:, a freshness and power which belonged rather I ed it again" with the name results tIiUl'h.1 f'lufu t'l'nlaJllIna" .

,. -" to an opening ctTurt.'tVe.l'ak of thee the duc'k down from the shelf. .: JOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR I'AH- ONLY FIVK: CENTS PKR I-OUND, ; Mlalr nutl t'liurrli U'arU
things because they ore historical, and because I its internals as 1 if 1 he knew all about clk, I sengeni. KxeurnionUt: { end Tourist!! will .

r s_ .,. there iuu t I lie many who can bear witst' I .hook it a little and rapped it fciuurtly with, find this a very att/uctl trip as the wenery A SPWIALTY.

: new to their faithfulness. : hand, and then set it upright, again try- is grand ami alligator and other game are ,
i :i.tIIoTbe llre byterian have had their full the endulum. The dork gave a few almll : the 11&1:0 ticks! at firxt, and then they' For further information applv to -rzi.4.
t ;shore of eminent preachers. There wa grew ---' -- -- fJlLf.. :
Celebrated Dr Thorn well, bit imwerfii in and fainter, dying out altogether. JOHN 1Jt'II\HJUX.: : l'Ihelth111To: TillIJ: UHCJI:. fc! 1'KU: 1'obt OrtUe lieu 174.

i controversy: so thorough in K-hoJarhip, so Thi"'ltlt."tlll1 cleaning," said Mr. :tilt t( Fernandina Fla. S annum ; It for I bit I months., jan Jo't'nlu"Jil: l's.t .

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\ frn.B FLOKIDA Miuiion.] Tlil,is neither. .. modest nor nice ; argument/: .SO.1IK 0V Tilt 11KASOXS.The bv aiiv partv: 11':1.1": to extravagance, corruption Jll:. l.al, Tll r.s briefly. 1..IU.11.1'acknowledged,!
After twenty t years We I iaVC (I.ewll're
and loose: practice
I Is I Invective nnd I
always superior to fact. to '
Trtfjihotie scnMbly
Z very says: : chrome vork.S e
'- lihl'n
of domination by the Republican : the receipt of this! \allahle \
LII i : 'lUTtUUt MMVHTtl, 1SSO. mere IIS l'rtlflI. If t the !partv: organs in this;State, both Republican abuses have become fa
( : I _ _ and 1II'IIItt'rati, would give a few I service like barn:\cles on the bottom' of, n ,
rut; 7'1.11//UI ict:: O.VKSTIOX. more rcasoii.s why their party cllntilatC'IholllII" : stranded ship. There I Is no hope of reform reading it. Itt K. 5 i" nn earnest iuve'tigttor.nnI : : :

lu ?j .DIIOc'n\'I'J(' TIC'KI'/r.: The harvest t of crime i i. fearfully on the Increase. supported. and a l few less': reason' I 1\'I.:1'1C'\\, \) 10 have created, a !system of mal 11'01 hi* }professional! experiences in
why the other )party'candidate; : should not, administration: and I who are interested! ill uiidscientillc inquiries( is anauthority
.tj .ArM riJLfl"f Ifinl by jury, the /lr,9" CIJI'jJfU, The column of a newspaper' \ which it would, make much, more Instructive.. amid' perpetuating its Nothing s-hort. of the 111cuuntril'4! in.Ve
;. l.Wr..rlll of tIe iiess. the f't11Jl1IlIII'I'C"/ should. rcpublish) ,!! the weekly catalogue of all\ hi itt'rist! log Madinjr, ) and would, pay better in sternest t 1'11'11in'I 1\\:: any promise of effective to 1 be. confided wr' .

1 .itZtrm1" riijtitt/ nf ju-rmniit, nnd the right of the murders, : brutality, !'suicide.. 1I11I11I1''i.lc'II.1. tho end. The public h.i. tired of t the )personal t.forme! t frl'ot step towards it l is Inn to find from the official tables! collltel
( altercation editor nod the must Florida, instead,
of ,
;partisan' : change ,. Government by him, that
till deaths wOlllclllUn room 1 for little c'I and compared'
i. ;,IftupaJ.u, Mttt( l h f i>," '*''''rI.-GKN.: HANCOCK, I"1 worn out '' !Itp, thief" policy, of partisan' be out of the ruts in which it has too nnd humid atmosphere
pot moist very
If I 31 Enern1 (n1iT Xo. 4'I), Xov.. :2!!!), l 18(57.3uthiiig Few will I deny t that: the immediate/ cause journals.!! The people' want facts 111111 arguments ; long run. New hl'f,1 must 1 be, infused of having a

fr: ; (JiM iutiiiriilnte use ftnin duinij what most t t"f I these occurrence is (the maddening I /: not liIIill, .;'!IIIl'. To the thousands I I into the Iel management of public, attain before a* believed' by most, nnd even asserted t.
of voters on both sides who will, under nn\' Tho/ demand JIII'II has not ; on
I people
; J.r,. effect tif ardent spirits. C Good can be by many (ulllnlllritcl
(iir lI.'Pti nml right.; -WlXMKttron : > Im'lI1'.1 I rcico I'XI"'I'tt'.J
I their tid
.jr.'II11I'1tunl'l' i, IHn.lIy"tl' party III earnest, they lre. has dryer atmosphere than
: where seeking, in t the the contrary
arc 1
: &trtT fl.p," ()('K. ct without question: facts: and argumentsare ) I lllIgl'be i 1 Ku-:
: gion morality mid humanity, to control!, I of no account but to thousands of others \' illc'gratilc'1'rr IM vin DAYK.James the reputed dry climates of places ill

'I I'tn'IIIf: : n : and, if possible: : extinguish: this) prolific cause -lie t thousands: of honest, I intelligent and :!K. I Harvey" Washington City. rope nut! Minnesota I this last being especially -

I !1 ENERAL W. S. HANCOCK, of crime. The difliculty I lies in t the want of noii-iiurtisnn' citizen:* whose \()tM: will really quoted ns having n very dry climate.
.decide the is' ue in this State in November/
(IF PfSSlYI\: \, j judicions.concent I nnd I !systematicefforts.Good next-they will be welcome offerings. No one T1W CKXSVS.We We Iwirn that Dr. K.s pamphlet I is to be republished -

men differ as to the \proper\ course ofprocedure. rarest: about the dead, issues! 'of the p.T-t-the print an tmateon! the ofllclal return by parties! a wide drl'ulltoll.

;; : K0 ( VirK-PRB: tl>EXT': :Some advocate the imposition\ : of struggle now i i4 for the present and t the future. of the population of each tltl' in the We give 1 /Chort extract to how that ( I'

3 "WILLIAM II. ENGLISH, such license Whichever )party can show by till'fmit with that I 1S70, showing has and substantial treasons for
taxes to good
high as virtually )prohibit .! of its: policy in the past l, by the promises ; I'nion, as! compared ofl Doctor
i OK 1M)1A.N\ I ; the I liquor' traffic. (Others) believe the of its policy ill (the future, the logical l re; the probable rate of growth by groups selecting For la us a rci.ll'lce :

'. ritIsiI1NIiti: : ..:....:(....ons. sale, of liquors' should. not t 1 be, permitted at !suits of its party: principle(*, if those )principles of State and in the aggregate : Difference opinion existll.1 the )profession
all. that it is against the interest I should be carried 1 into practical cll'cet, rnpul.itiun. Rate Inc. regarding (the effects of climate in the
They -
1\ilia: : argue; :
and I by the character, ability and: trtistwor- Stile ,8 1870. 1'erecnt. t treatment of pulmonary and other diseases.Having .
:!"..1.Mlnl.: I PASCO, of Jefferson, C County..ftL.HTJHT.1. !! of society to allow acknowledged to t hIineM.1: of t the candidate!' whom it lias nominated ----- been a member of the profession for

t \ iUssi: ':LL, of Dnvul County./ continue to exist which affect the welfare (If that the election of these! candidates: Maine........... iV47,04i l :'1,!. 3 over the third of a century and haying
Its platform, will best serve the interests *New Hampshire 3t.21 I :{1H,:IHI) !! in private practice, ns well ns
a HHST: HISTKHT" : society t that alcoholic' drinks are u. deadlypoison ition] :: trt'atCtl eo e
of the State, that party will win. Vermont 3H, ) 330,551 III the United States nnd
I l .3. 11 YONGK: :, of 1: imbia/ C 'ul\Ill\ ) to body and 1'0111.1111.1 that the law :Massachusetts... 1, 'lOIN,' > 1 1,437,351\ \! ill il other! lands hospitals, I have reason to believe that

1 "MI:(-tcr I'ITIUCT : !should! prohibit the sale of all )poisons. \\'e have already given some practical reasons Rhode Maud. l7o,7U! ; .I 217,353. : '. I am justified in expressing mine. Mvreason

; .k TDOMAS!'. KING of AlachuaC.iunt.v. Again, others would discriminate and prohibit !'! why General Finley should be elected .(.ulHdilIt.... l; ;:a,] i as; ), i: Iii for settling in this: State was mv wife(shealth.

the I intoxicating beverages which consist (to Congress!! from this) .Ii$tril't. I He is an old --.<- She was 1 sufferer( from phthisic:
3,4 i,74Hi
New Knglaml: 4,02M5' Front
.on UOVKUXOH: : largely alcohol, but allow the various citizen of Florida thoroughly: esteemed! ) aggravated bv a Northern Cllat.. ad

:: WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM, beverages: called ale or beer nnd would permit wherever lie is known, has theconlidenceof New York........... 5OSOKK, ,( 1 4.382,75:I : !) 13 mv personal of this klnwlellgl': State, acquired"I ( by frequent

or i.BOX: corxTY.ll wiliest to be sold. It is doubtless I true the people' I is a man of large intelligence/ I New Jersey..... (),((HPennsylvania 1 !HNi,0H; 20Middle 21) \"lill.I/l'l:<,/: > first in 1841, I upon settling -

,, ( ami unblemished character. So much for !! .... 4jnWMOhio. 1 3,521,951 III this city. As result!! of change ol
...> I.IKfTKXAXT-fiOVKIINOH: : { I that wine-drinking countries arc not subject ..:........... ;V-iHiS.T(; : 2.'i1''ilI ) 21)) : with 1 rational medication( ,
:LIVINGSTON W. BETHEL, to intemperance, tuidIf our people,\ :should) I the man. As our rl'pre l'lItatl\"eilll'ollgre! :! ('lmate. COlllhllt to health. In 1 184!), I
I \ grow their own gl'ul't'l1II1I1' make their lilirevines he can forward' the interests of the State In : States....t: ,m2na! : 1 ll,47lHirt! 1!) my connected was: rl'HtOll'l1 with Hcllevtio and Blacks'e11's -
iK| :MOMtoK: corNTY. I \I
obtaining 11l'1'.ll.llIl'propriationC' and legislation New York, and contracted -
Maud Hospitals,
home-made( it would I I be calculated to (INiO.nwDelaware 780.H94( 15 '
Maryland .
TOR roXlillKS. *-KIIIST13OBERT I 11IO''fIUI7! : lessen: : the amount of intemperance./ I People/, ( ; /he will be in harmony with the majority .......... 1 45NJU, i 12.,01. Hi typhoid I fever, and .1011'1 and followedby

: ( H. M. DAVIDSON, who drink malt beverages! lager/ ""'I'r.l'I'! ., end will be a useful, able\ and industrious Virginia "''i 1,000( 1,225,1(13( : rio 31)) health I'ot was.morlem the result.poisoning Tracing my impaired family '

: OK 14tINIKNI : COfXTY.r do not seem to getraxed by. it, and. as a general representative.Mr. i West Virginia. iU ,(CIH i 442,014 ,, history I found that my mother and fourteen
: :30
North Carolina. 1 : ( )
Itloxham candidate. for Governor l,3x5oiM 1,0lji brothers. und sisters had died of
I thing; beer tI..illkl'I''IlIre. not noisy or incited our Smith .. 725,000) ( ) ; 3 of her
u: i.nx: 1 to IlIi ('hil'f. .\ stolfd stllpitlity0111'1': l Is a man of t the highe.-t; : character, is I ;eorgi l,3no,0"O: 1.1S4.KK) 10 phthisis.
GENERAL JESSE J. FINLEY, familiar with the of the Alabama) ) !)! ( )!>: 1C and n hereditary predisposition to
venes when/ beer is. drank to excess!!!!, which \perfectly wants t ... .. l,15oooo 111.f12 tuberculosis!, I had but bright
OK COI.l-MIUV COfXTV.UJL makes the man a harmless and inert /pieie, I :State; has: been associated, with (iov-. I 1II'I'W'III''eflllutllll Florida, : ; HiXTexn ), )() > 'GI) I'l'foe! me. anything{" ( to climate 1 us
o"i.iunl .... $41.O4Nl) 1 72HS)15M1H,57) 21 I.ropcc
of humanity.Temperance. : I I i I II i i-I: ru I I il:''II I of I affair: i *, entertains t *... lfiOOtMMMississippi ) I I !) 82 Jhl'l.t nl'hor. and sailed for Australia :

,I 11lSJl:1'S 1101'1 1'UI..HS.'i.If. I j reformers I I have undertaken I i I i I to the :same views, and will he a faithful! honest i 840KM,( ) 827.922 ; ( a dry warm climate improved myhealth
) liishcc: the Republican candidate( for .... ) nnd' to-day: as! you can all I l'erl'e\'l'.
Arkansas 4S4.471
bring the \power of association to bear upon/ upright and 1 liberal-minded i I executive.He i .... inClC" I in the enjoyment of as good u"
l" 111 the Second District Is I Tennessee! 1 ( ) < 1 1,258,520 11 am hClllh
cnre"4 a wideactiveand I
I I the I Jacksonian for the) of
: requisite lot of
the evil. The trouble i is: that till' Jt'llIl'l'rllllC'C'' )possesses I ; : : : usually falls to men my age.
: :!..--1c. I hopeful I politician. HedeMirvU I Ij Kentucky 1,731,341 1.IIOI:1 residence in this State of
society docs not 1'lIIhrm'I'tlll't intemperate' I oflice-honesty I t capacity I (fidelity.i t These i liCOHri.!'! ..... :ai,>,c"K'' 'j al After 1 permanent
1 > hold in "Florida! the i>o:.itioii of leader I. : nearly six ) I am convinced of its
t in thc'01'11" of Mr. 1'1"
things being granted -- -
man. Of late years: t the plan has I been' sugge.tcd t and the of its climate
: of the Republican) party, which) party .\1JIutt.'h Ho"thl'l 13,877,005: 28 healthfulness superiority
: of obtaining/ (the iattige: of II law tHtl.N..lt)2,3n amid deem! myself warranted III ex
J C'.nj-iSt of a oinall sprinkling of white Roand .
which shall give to t the majority of I the qualified : Mr. ltd itch, the candidate, for LieutenantGovcrnor Michigan ....... l.OOO.OOO( 1,181,05! 35 I, pressing an opinion.It .

I pu1Fuaus l a largely preponderating \ voters! in every township or prr(' lll'the is II man of i irreproachable character Indiana: ..... .... 2,000.000) IG$Or37 1! I is J'I'tUCI to say that Dr. Kcnworthy

c7'nrd of colored I Republicans. At the lute excellent business Illinois ..... ..... : )( ( 2,539,891!) writer
rlghttosaywhctlieralicen.se! to sell liquor high standing, : qualifications .. :'C.I"H is an (Itll'ot.'I: (roul, practical all

.p. Omvrtitiun ut Gainesville; : the leadership shall be granted or not within that precinctor mill 1 is: thoroughly qualified for .Wisconsin ..... 1IIUC) ) 1,054,070) 14Minnesota hi* ob"en'uton arc based, on practical ex
: !
\ELS successfully disputed' for, I by, )Dr. ('0110O'r. .. 80,072 439,70 77
township.i This applies, of course, mainly (the uUlcl' As the chief magistrate of the Iowa......... 1O.UUC) ) 1,194,020 20 perience. He has visited!! every portion of

$ \ .ho) carried off the nomination for'IS't"'r1IOr ki the retailing liquor It I is unquestionably city of Key West he has earned high honor. .Nebraska' ..... 452,512 122,015271 the State and is: not only 'familiar with the

( nnd in the First }District j by those) These would Kansas ...... .! ( ( :JO-1,3W! 1 and but lover of the
true that the retail shops"' the saloons things being so we !sayVhi3' 1,00,000 i topography soil, n a
who nominated} :Mr. Withcrspoyn.) Still\ in
so-called with a blind in front of the door, Lcdwith ? _ _ _ Western States...11,841,014 8,579,397 33 sports of hunting fish, flesh and feather
die ecuud District: Mr. liisbec i is not only
".., windows painted to exclude observation of is an authority to the sporting world. Ai.
j Oiainuun; of the State Executive: Committee 1M I'II' DAVIS FOR 1IAXCOCK. .Colorado. .... I!) 389!
what goes on within the assemblage! of .. 1. 3,8G4 FRESCO, his HOW tie plume to Il'ler of Unsporting '
1 naturally bl'1iethllt he ought; to be elect. )lending; statesman! of the! country is of no California ...... Imll; 500,247 53
often I becomes the scene of orgies, ) Europe: widely known.
o'l ta Congress. He believes also: that if he small! importance in reference to the choiceof Oregon ...... 183,535 0,92 fi i .
I blasphemies, shootings, altercations, anti -- - --- -- .
ti.in create the belief in other that it will Presidential! candidates.: Judge Davis is I IN DUI
homicides, are real evils in any community, Pacific States ..... 1,281),691 ii,52; j THE INDEPENDENTS A..
P1 Zf3p) him to reach the goal of his ambition.A i the most eminent representative of the Independent The so-culled Radical Independents:! inDural
& which the! community ought to control. .Ofria.
part of I his political training I is what I is voters of the United States. Allied I that some of the Northern papers county have gradually but surely
It would.) be quite as well to allow no retailing -
(Iiiujwii as political brag. of liquor beyond the glass-beyond this to no party ; a distinguished: Judge!: of the question the correctness of the 'cen !O\'C to their objective i>oint. which was

),(r. llisbee: it must be admitted Is not at present it would not be likely that public Supreme Court of the I'nited States! ; the great sus" in the Southern States, t.UI claiming to put n new county ticket in the field, and

., presumptuous in boasting of hit expectaCiiu sentiment would go, ami with difficulty that Senator of Illinois! ; the friend and executor that there has: been an organized system of last Saturday held 1 convention, which was

A : tfeause he lives In close district and of Mr. Lincoln gifted with the intellectual fraud there But these
% : a far. After ull, the reform should begin, but ; highest as sumo papers are not only' orderly in its proceeding, but

., ion, rrly upon the colored portion of hi:* followers not end, at home. Our youth should be gilts; a man of large property and positive that there are great errors, If not which sc.Iecc candidates every way superiorto

: stand hy him-not a solid Southhut taught by precept and example to be temperate of large interests to be affected by the political frauds, in the enumeration in the North, those which were whooped in by the so-

4: a'.iiljd colored vote. The uncertain element in all things ; their tastes: and associations outcome, he declares with emphasis that especially in the cities, we think that, called regular convention of some, weeks

of 'be calculation\ i.s: the white vote. It is General Hancock "is: one of the wi.iest of his though disappointed, the figure must be That this nut
new departure
1 should\ be elevated ; they should be ago. was
djumiil well-Informed! Democrats: that time with a statesman's grasp of mind and held as correct. The census laws, in their. started by defeated candidates
shown that it is the! abuse of the )gifts of ali organized
\ while the c'olvrc..1'otl' was fully polled in Providence that brutalizes! human nature. with the integrity of n patriot whom no penal clauses, are very summary ali se- of the party, I is evident from the fact that

I IhTff and 1ST*, a large number of white IIl'nl'oof expediency could swerve from his i vere'and a jierson would hardly risk a heavy the of the
II ll Home should be made pleasant amusement leading 11'11 opposition are not'
; Democratic voters remained away from the honest convictions," and therefore' a man to fine and imprisonment by making a false re- the nominees. We cannot of
of a character to interest, gi>od associates I new count
I J p." uX who will ,be likely to vote. ut the November : the society of ladies, literary clubs receive the honest Independent vote of the turn. Indeed, HO far as the South is concerned predict the final outcome of the movement ;

p election. country. I if there I is: error it is in the
any non- but when such Reed K.:
and good newspaper should all combine toelevate len a Oo\'eror ,
4 "be relative increase of white and hlsl'kpcil"a3atJml the taste !so! tjiat intemperance would UUKIMIXUTOX, ILL.. August: 4. 1SHO. enumeration of persons for the countr is M. Cheney, Judge Archibald and other important .
assumed to be about Mil Dear Sir: The training/ and habits of settled and must beenoverlooked.
being equal :
sparsely many hl\e active and the best
be regarded unmanly and low. lilY life lead me to prefer civilians to soldiersfor men are the

.- the relative vote will remain about thesame, It i is of no USD to abuse: those who sell theli'l'Iul' the great civil\ trusts. Hut as parties are colored men-Fortune, Grant, Spearing.
Dnt there has been a large Increase of white organized, voters must choose! between the
Smith that the best
-we ticket will
do the
not create taste
!! ; they -they IS REPUBLICAN? blic\'o
% $ vixta* b)' iiumlgration. Some of them have calllitlatC't.thcy: present' or stand} aloof indifferent I'LOIlJ
win. As understand it
simply administer to it, ofttentimcs! with a or neutral/, which no good citizen :Mr. Conover and :Mr. Hicks have said so we the Independentsconfinu
troTll from the North, nnl'lllltl' as: itWlievwl
many strong sense of the evils of intemperance, ought to do at a Presidential election. I in order to obtain national aid to try and their opposition' U an organization; to .
i. from the !Southern ttates.t As
but with the excuse: that the evil exists and have no hesitation iu supporting General make it and Solon the county ticket, leaving the question of
now :
ttirt pcoplo of nil\ the Northern States are Hancock fur the best of to Si; comes UobilSOl1
reasons, mymind of the
that what others do I : supjMirt National and State tickets to
they are only or :
who Solon !
named he
nUll equally divided in political sentiirwttt }, because his election, will put an end; was >ecause was not
k, ) that one-half of the would do fur a I living.; If the pcoplcdcmaml} i to sectional !strife and to sectional parties wise, on the principle of lurut non lutewlo, individual action although a large portion ,

we may ps umo the 1'lCalol'tlull law, they will III time have and will revive a patriotic sentiment all over und writes it down ; and lastly comes the of the members will not support Conover.
: nevoters from the North belong to the the land which p"litic'alll'a.lcN[ and factions: The
I It31&tiiy: communities! have tried it withItlltbf011.tlull. (uIl'lwu.lenl have got brains moneyamid
iM-miMratic party, and that about all of. the fur sinister: ends/ have sought, to I'rc'l'lIt.Thert. Tflt'I.I"t and adds it. indorsement to an
ami .. States! already industry, and will makealively canvass.In .
many pro be und
from the Southern "States are can no j>ermauent prosj.erity: without utterly \mfuuldCtI erroneous state
immigrants hibit the ..ull1uf liquors to minors which is I, pacification. ment.)Florida is not now ami i, any ease they will have taught the rowdies
L : !** Democratic voters. This, with the Ueluhll'aJ
pro one step to repression. Kxtreme mcaMircs I IIIlhl"I'II"m"lil' Great as were the achievements General never was when the voice Lulduzer convention traders of
portionatevote of H70 between the two partle Hancock in war his conduct in peace, when l'Ilccoul.1I'e
efforts will not cure the the party, that the cannot in
4 *. ouj-'ht to give a fon"idcruble Peintn'ratic in command of Louisiana and Texas in lotf?. hea\'ll Under the armed heel of reconstruction la..h
In the di-trict. It is to IK noticedien :Strong: denunciations tlm:>e who are l'\'il.l/ was still greater, and justly: commends him the State of Tennessee was in Republican future whip decent people into the support

zj'rity gaged in the busiiicMt accomplish but to the confidence of the country. That wasa hands, although it has a dear i of nominations not fit to be made.GEMCIUL .
the tcn'u> returns that the Increase of I time when passion: i ruled III the public ,
IIIIII. If the community do not afford thepatronage -
pJuLitiun {is ulH>ut eijually divided" in Iu..t: the business will become ,, councils and military powc was exerted to Democratic majority of over 50,000. S withal I )ICUUS.UD'I HOOK.-From the
unprofitable. silence civil i \ authority. The the Southern States, and Florida was under
J.t&irIda, between the $t. John'. JU'crlUII.- temptation was: fact that so of the notorious
'Ir I-evsen the consumption\ and guard strong to sail with the rushing: ; current, for the domination of the carpet-baggers, many PtOI"who
tri: where nearly/ all Northern II III ira-; figured in the frauds under
inflamed I ; whisky
the youth of the country from acquiring a an partisan opinion was too ready
the of the
by bayonets who
I 1 iSim lia- gone, und the interior counties taste for stimulants, ami the work i is half accomplished. (to condone excesses und] to applaud oppression. toulportl..1 army, Grant hasten to 'deny McDonald's btateinents .
in the veuhalls of the ;
arms State
i1 hue the Southern immigration has ceiitirttl General Hancock's order No. 40 in grounded :
it is evident that the l is nota
I vlflate to but not beyond exposure
lip I .
assuming of the Fifth JLstrict
;, Military
fur instance I'utnuni hasalHuit .litul
I county
: the support of public opinion, 1>o that what announced "the right; of trial by jury, I admitted that the claim of Flor- pleasant revelation. But, as in the lleecherca -
) I tteJiue: opujtioa| us Levy ; In the latter the habeas the liberty of the I wil.e the has mode true
is done will have its supi>ort.' corpus lireis.tile i id.i being Republican in 1870 must rest lhotllgrap1 to cop
tW: |iruMirtiou| of Northern immigration freedom of speech, the natural rights of : upon ies of compromising letters of the parties: '

h iuall, iu the- former larja If we accept TIIK TELEPlUtXE.Th persons and" the right of property mu>t bert.sLiecteil. the superior numbers of the black population. implicated.. fhe New York Bun gives a couple ,
These principle!! are the basli I>Mk at the census of 1870 and balance .
,r.4' that immigration / Jacksoiuille I / after few da\' .
tJw.&iI ami I' ,
theory, a of tree government and the proclamation\ of it samples! of the letters That there wasa i
waR ouly I come I if it U tt Hejiublicau State, we lull comes to Ui as an t'rrnin'j Ttlfjdiuiic. It them by. General; Hancock stands out in by supposition and it will\ be great fraud nobody denies, but the guiltyones <

mart conclude that all who Juive come are professes neutrality in politio but it will be striking; contrast with the actions of his >uKrior I. seen that in 1870 thC'r were 9G.037 white inhabitants are now safe, by .of time, ;

Drtuu&rats, III which/ 'WOe Mr.'IM,.bee has no difficult' to maintain an indc|>cndciit |I'Hisi- | who Mjoif after rebuked and drove to 91,089 black showing a majority and of lap it was a swin frl1IrOCutlol /
Iiim from that command for sentiments CIl.
uttering ) of the white
rJ..sJJcc at all flection. AVe have no >vay Huu.1 (the North Ii |IIIlll'r| may well be independent. I worthy of all honor. The soldier i nf over -,011 imputation, on revenue i don't count, for much ,

aJ pir.-cut >tleteriuiniiii tile relative wliitufan.l At (the South the present condition clothed with extraordinary power, voluntarily and necessarily. I majority of white voters.This with people who uphold a Credit Mobilier '

L-olort-l vote of the State, but as the inwrrse uf things. is t that t'l'n clearly defined uncovered before the civil authority/ luajorsty of white voters has been con. associate or a Presidential of 8 to 7.

ojMpulatloii is mainly in the Ik-m- color line. The very 'great majority of th.II1I'who sheathed) his sword, totified his fidelity to btantly increasing, ali the State has never CUlt ,
the constitution and set an example of obedience had we repeat, and has not now a Republican COL. IHxcv that the of lime ;
ucratic white t-ouiAier\ it i bi, probable that the read and advertise in newspaj} are to law which will into history as says a
pass I majority. It has to-luy, 11 it has always and half I tl.1."p.mrul of salt mixed and ta.ken
I \Y bite |opulatiou eonsiderably cxcitnls thecalareil white jKHiple ami consequently opposed, to his ,.ruu.lt..t claim to distinction. i before v through the

; 1 und that Florid U fairly IViu.K-nit- (the color line in politics and the condition The man who in the miiUt of the excitements had, a preponderance of white ]>opulation summer, is a preventive(c against malarial

I i,; *ii<\ Ct.JI.t'n'atln't, all events, when of at'iti'h: / the color line would to see of his that duty stormy clearly period antIcourageous was rllol l enough and on..lul.ntJ of white voters, who diseases. He hI tested the mixture thoroughly .

JTr. HUbve a...-.frt' that "nothing but the successful, briii,'; about. Whatever may IK enough III execute it firmly l may be; well I'''I' are that men. I i preIKteterous family!/ through and it has a series (.f a positive'en in his own.
to assert proved ,
I l btfi (fraud! and foulest crime, which have the future division (If l parties: at the South trusted in any crisis. 1U letter to General a State is remedy. !
safe to {follow
:Sherman; with of white I ( Col e>-
\ the IMnwratic the whitl'IIl'l'ulati,," nui-t for the instinct 1''t't'lIt1bnluht' ; to light lifts an eXt pulation U Republican. Irl't Dancy
Iirretufire Jioneycombetl
General! Hancock'' far above I the >t I IHX-ially as to the medicinal of semitropical -
Itim- of for their right pa apl'l'l"dati'lII ____ __ _ clute .
I paui-, ran defeat the llepublicans ((1. e belt-preservation property of hi< mil ability., It marks him fruits. P. has resided in FloriU -

'I ulf) iu the N-\1I11.11Ii..tril't) ," l lie avserts in anettwnely and interest, in.-Nt upon the domination of one of the wi".t" of his time with a I>t&t.11I:111' .11.1 JIox. TUll \OR\l"II, ex-Senator, wasnominated century tl, and whereof he
of mind and I hal "'OWI .
the of
the white/ grasp ( integrity
: his race.
\ tltf'lhln' manner mere Iiom| for Governor; of Gl'r.r by the Ju the West India Islands limes
patriot !hll't'II"4.> of exi*>diency could I i\k. are
: aao1 opinion as to the roult of an clcvtlon\ iu The TrlffltiMt i h neutly printed and carefully Iw..r'lUll hU hone C'\lU'"ll'III1I1'o. I anti-Colquitt faction of the Democratic Convention largely used by all claMe, both as a cure and

.. Is at stake edited, with a full selection (If new.i .. 1,. unchecked.. .. I, has
) \ -w'h hi* jfr' 'iial ran-lidocy > ) inland p.*'"e> iou t>f lower and aC I.te. I'rnntiuf i"a2 .

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nisnofs f>i'itrn.- l I publionn, but \\ "Il helontradi.-tcdthem( he the intelligent and rc'p
Hon.) I', I'. ti: hop rc'nntly 111\.11':\ | a very ttatsiIIiplyut nun. Whither or not he will South into the )I'\I"I'nth party: ? The prejudices Our Senator 1 is ilojiig} u good vv*)ik. On try That I U' that.(delegates!too cent Wench by 110'-

able (nil pertinent little spou-h before the tjlinlioll admitted) in thcultimatetrihunal of the \hi" and Union men Hatlr.1I\1 last at ln\lvl: ('. tll.lhulle Pie of various sectionnre of their representative/I'U'
which. I will not dis- could not hold, out I !ldl a pressure. and emit husta-tie welcome.We .mod to I lase sight N
HiinciHk Chit", In Rochester, New 11\11"lill\ ncl'l' the received warm to governed I Illlh'llnl- I'
( York, cuss. Last that f.I\'Mitl i. Thl'l fllowlcl. of 11''I'"i\ rcscuniitfrom I meeting character and bl )
from hiewe mike|,:. 1.II'lwill/ot. / eel runs\ : ,lent ILijcs I Alon/.o, 15. 1'1'II'll III'beti'wlitg Halliul cnlllati\lllf, :ta1 whichwere publish 1 brief notice of the Ism, and in{ consequence,
(01111. i I wish tonurh lot tigli.of in
and I the ; We
; help, \\e tl'I'I'i\.1 from a Republuaii : : il: the RvansvSllo: Ihrilymrier communities: Me that it
i flow l'nllle' to the < h.irthat; tWtionarenut < 1'.1'1'1 published. at I I'linghamtnn, ranging of those States in'the I lruuoernliecnhuuu. ) 11'01 of our :Southern; \ flatl'111. could see personal preferences helioyc of tlio
Iree ill the ; more
:Smth. of
Tin Mali'incut in which wHi great 11a1
in lId.'tnle: a longtatcment For of the :Mates Noith the earnest
makeUs whenever I 1"llail,1 'll' and bo in (the canvas* at HIP WI" the State that
Hppcurunce\ Ri-puhli: ( throughout
mi of
full of names 11,1 d.itcand \arious other there were majoritip- Ilgrlw1I. a !'I'1 voters of Oeorgia
, leaders, : open then mouth*. 'n'! put\ 11-11 to minute : hj if 1 of was in store lint their especially would wo like to see them melttIl' the ) ranks' should be inatntniner
F,1V'TIVr': \ Lind' it 'III? ""' ('lirago, l'm! rightly l'attl'llal.ooijII'.1 01.al'r The day of \1'111'1'1tt'l'il was sure to uime. "K I I\- audiences which such( II'I a* Hicksappeals \ctlwrntC'oltrrr !ncntltncnt was utterelduring .
H letter\ of ul'l'c'\II1I1'I' and In Artluir 1 :ll all the knowledge IlIta't delegates in nay sindo
\ I I.rofissvsl< to have 1'111 at I'.d.itka. in ledge i is power: and when the election )
:s letter "I'l.I.I.I.lm"-I'V&' bear, it tr..m I J1 l with all to. these jome counties
(aunty, rink was of community i is supplemented\ coiinty.t At I (I.ton
l''l'I'I I Kepublicaiittiinii\ ; wo rdaditin'very. Wlll'lll.tlhlclk"l I)' eleition for the I prqerty'f that ('Ollllil11I1 earthly TIIK: MmiN: <. I Lvsr NimirThe' opening instructed for ( some instructed

Republican: newspaper\ \ ; it forms the chief: Cnllllitl"\ :tat..1, 11 unsucc'c !-fillattempt f01'I'I'I'UI it from having i.IY. When II the Democratic campaign last night was for other candidates, but in no
topic of *'onuTMition' when Republican: noli-' :llelilr : IIII'IIII frighten Ihatl the : I the kCl'1 of 187(5( opened, (' ", magnificent success The Young Men's county were instructions given that, In aw

ttciansnrecncuanter.tti: \ mi!! the street ; it has: : can candidite\ Wl, into: withdrawal,\ and( HII"1.l- of 1'IIialgl oppressed: Mates awoke I 11'01 DemocraticINoort nude their first 1\1C'lr- of the tallnre to no mhnate; this or that Indi
1t'ettfnry'e'Iry\ the Uqni1.lic.in: \ : party's chiefstock if stirred in full uniform, three hundred should! combine against t
was finally enticed to the outskirts of the their despair, II! by 1 11- 1\\1' And the (delegates
1\1\ Imdl'. There i i.< no ,{0iibt tint a town all.I'I there put to death. followed The universal I feeling among 'hl'll'1"I't 1 black face among thcl. \\tu:1. candidate. This' Idea le11 to have

large majority Noithern Republican: \ voters' an account of the coroner's Thl'l in iue-t, I uncut was, that the oils, under which there WI"U't a face. among Ihl'l that didn't into 11010 largely been lost sight of in the ((I.CItol,
honestly' believe it ; un.1 jet I 111111 confident had groaning, 1'111.1l' endured 1'1'\1 with t h mil ui. As they tiled( to
and of the refusal of the jury to render a\ they hl'I'1 uniforms, and n the majority .tetermllc
that there is anyone \vurd'f truth in it. verdict. in accordance: facts. The 1011'1', The universal: l'OI\'idlol was, the lull in their h'lutfll new their candidate! and )' persistent'refused
,Men do. not Infringe up.fti the rightof;; tlu-ir editorial accompanied the state 111 that speedy deliverance had at la-t: becomepossible. beer after ll'I'r'It.1 thl'llld Wilt walls taken toII'M to their wlhll the result
fellow menitlumt n motive: mil the npression '- I Ileviabl' for the of the in those: States: up\ by il until the very deadlock and n failure to nominate,
1 h the Democrats 11'lt 1'\I.lliIY Il10lTt without found I voice and threw hack n deafeningshout was I much porsonnlumand
: : y of' political free writer and, giving the 11lo r dedicated himself plllle:1' There-was in all this: too
dam in the ; .. ) 1\11' ( day I'. From that time on, the the will of
HO1thl'rnInll'\ : would be at this tit whoso establishment: in Ilinghampton hecould reserve Tho 1'lIthn.iu1 grew frll lt wdl'l I too little regard !'howl for
time tat entiiely motiveless: proceeding. oathat to till it overwhelming 1! II' the lIu.llll boat fast and !111) (' State nt large. Had, '
be is (' to : It\" 111'1'111'111 t'I\\ \11 the "
Thoie i is not a shadow of doubt!. j III, mv mint the whole fllnI: a 111'1..l !:beginning to In meantime1, myriads. of .... In,1: when 1'Iltor !, II', Florl11 is t the HI'lol'r\ of nlTatr, however, it really
of the fart that Siati-'is, ootor\\1" which had his earnest and eloquent sense Radical
every Southern i linncstlynndfaiily end. hearing resemblance awakened to thedoip'ptions\ 111'1 affords mi ( of to our
und, for reasons: whiihl. 1 hall :1 the Ilurl'llll by any( took practiced upon thl. and to the real characters of justice of the11'1'111\ I pe-oplp ; \\'hl'1 hoasked enemies'IUI Tho H'loerll'(xllatOI of (leorgianrethoroughly

soon make plain to you Democratic) State: place nt I'alatka.01H r.lat.t\ ( was= 1.1'1'r for : of the 1\1 who hal misled them ll if the :'-outlrl; people had not !llrl'r1..1 uniteil on the entire ticket except

South:; Carolina, (or'illoolalll'c: is I one of the shcriir impending at the t time. 10 designated I i I by They saw that the mil of their( employers enough tIl inu-l persecutions to for On\'l'rnnl-nl.t ther' is: scarcely I

"el'few States which have: <|argo colorcmajorities. .1 him, for the\ very good rl'aoonl: that, under involved; the 1'1111 of thl'I"ltl'I1't'4 which, they' had 11'1'1 "lhjl'I'I..l warmed for npiuIon's nttho doubt n to what result of the election
\ II spent two months there la-t the constitution made for us by the Republicans to persecute them 11,1, l'I.I'l'ill' :, snkc:his: 11,1 I II'l!cheeks and for. !that tIllcial-white in regard to the

summer, and studied the political si ti. Iiiii in l tyms; nil the ; in Florida are traitors to their race, \\1'1' the formation (lushing eyes, the tlushc-d him. National Democratic ticket there is but one m
very laretully., asked intelligent gentlemen appointed by the HOH'lor.hl'IIt Soon utter the of rifle clubs and,! similar. OI' lli1ltjl1 hearty beers: of approval that gl'll.l during expression. of The State, thercf.rl.
if I they t did,I not foarth.it the State: would publication of, this statement the New York for I their 1'101'1'1 lOl. I have : !, No more etlec'tivo s lie't'ect will discussion' 11l1c of- will I bo ns surely Democratic !if there had,
1'1'11IIcl'r\ the control of the tax I the testimony this canvass, left the I ranks, for the Democracy
pass -\p'iv- Jlffiilil contained report of an illt'n'il'\ this subject thoroughly alI and, been no .livi.lolin party
ers, telling! ) them that the immense hl.icl; !; with William Watkins( Hicks, He is i quite whiih 1 have bl'I'1 able, : to gather is i Ilif'JrI \oltkal questions to the 'speakers\ "Imply decide nt the |trolls, instead -
majority looked to me like a standing menaic a brilliant Republican orator, who has resided to the ellcct that the solo purpose< in the organization and toiuhingly \h.n. .. wonderfully justiceto of wi II convention, what Democrat I is

to th'III.it:1: one accord they cpreyed \- some years in Florill. I \1lerlawtthat of tlie-e clubs was tho prnllliol the Southern people. I noblest, a Mile of their choice for OoverOI', while in'lrr
: themselves entirely free fI'Olllai'I'I'I'' his Irvi'l'1'1' n\ail..1 of to aid Secretary of Democratic froedmcn. 1 do not lh'lthat eloquent 11\lal\ to of fair. play other 'point they will he entirely 1nr101.
: cntlment
hension on that point and assured, me that friend Cornell thousands of that race were overawed by the human nature We opine that our Radical !
no resort to. questionable piuiticos, wonli in the herl\seat: be now : to exhibitions of force vvhiib they' saw. in the and I generosity that makes all Americansand ous.be able to derive but cold comfort from this,

ever be requisite 1 to the maintenance: I Democratic the reporter Il'I'UIII:04.I'I'Orl1l the immense cavae'lades. in the u"c'lhle.llul. all frl'I'll'l the members of 1 1'01101 the state of affairs, especially we hope and believe -
urclIIa.in South Carolina. 1\1 ltlf in titudes and in all the outbursts of liery enthusiasm. ( "You cannot preserve the
l< \ \ by Republican activity bl'olhl'rhnl1 beperpetuated that before c1i.tlol I'reVlllj
support of thl'lr'viewthey spoke of the Florida lal I'1' by stating that when returning titnight : : I believe, however, that I thousands t llIiol '( he 11.1 "I the can revival only of sentiment will t10 II harmony

great number of Wes:;rues: vvlio were avowed, i fre'l political meetings to his home, more of them caught that enthusiasmand t : through ; of a recognition of the will of the majority !
between the
and enthusiastic: D-HUM rats: of the "Mil the bank of the River St. Johns, it was were carried, by it on the Democratic fraternal: rlllH. I people 11. foreshadowed in the l'on"enton.'alill"
doubt of (
greater number who had become' \wholly- (1 necessary for( be very .wary I lest: lie tide. Human nature would not have hl'1 the :Stales; :' There l'UI no 1 en's.
ilitrereiit to polities' and of the tact: that the should hilt !hands of men lying in human natuio in thl'lIIlf such had not "11'1 It I is only live that binds.: Time 1l I.ol'hnll' ,

earpetbairgcrsere) ) no longer present to wait to assas-inate him. If itv as \II saf'I.r the cute And now let mo ask, is t heron must t have tin 1'111 The enrieh'd\ th I ( 7'11 OU"I'IS'O1ISTIIUCTIOX TO
soil by
delude and organize the colored voter, A "cntincl with any for tracing l'a\'I'" to :South; must cease. ; "7'1
: him to approach: truly ll nun 1'llal'it\ 1.1. lOl. ON
has for
1 armies, ,
few days: : ago, I met lx-(nn enrnr McKnor.v. would wa\'l a light, :1,1hi' boat would be their inevitable\ ho finds any neoes- the hl..olllf e-ontending with tho true 1-,! TII'rl' are many Indications just now that
of Louisiana. (Jarlicld's letter had! ju-t btetpublished n pulled farther awn the audacity of :sity to ascribe wroll -cl"il to Southern teen jears, putt, whll'Il.l Jod's favor havclothed ,, we are on a long period of rapid
and alluded his ) of Democrats in to account for. the solidity l with .which industry 11I11 1'lIll'rill immigration.
to n" ulll1'llonIII' ; 11'h IillU" that i i. suggestive sublimity. : or.l1'1 have waited( In and I hl.a from Kuropeun
the absence of political freedom in the ll'hy,' (tiny friends, the most violent, the of the South in the Democratic ('OIUII'? i. Her people of their patienee ,I'fhl best class e>If working people-,
invitation eountrymeiof
:South; Said: iovcrnor; Mcllnery; : "The\' sauciest: : the most: exa.permitlugstumpspenk-I On the assumption that unquestionable() expedient 1..1 the thfeast. including small farmers, the
may "send I as many Republican emmisarieto ; ers are the Republican; leaders in Florida.They WI\1 to ho employed,1IIIhl'rutI':; the to tnko kill their Ill place: calf, arrivals this many summer and they nrenm\lJ al tl1 tl
is time to
t, (Louisiana us they )plell: and bo
may canvass:, the :State thoroughly' fror in inflamatory appeals: and vehement invectives earth was to revolve on its: I 1:, superfluous to eat, drink 11'11'01'1. of the l'tUII increase llurope: bocompletely
its northern boundary to the (;uhf; Nohod : against their opponents. TIH'tO this to add that the white men of the of the prodigal and the to law.the safe The Southern State 1'01'Iilliol !! I',lrall,1"Ollll11 surplus; popula

will! interfere with them livery: one willlic work 1 because their constant n 1 i tl keep South:; are sure to remain in the Democratic in the family thin Now is the auspicious time for the
at liberty to vote as he chooses ; the votwill the negro massed, by exciting t their prejudice party so long n. the It'ilhlkl h'a.ll'l slmallpersist II"t \and if the place! elder n'lliol brother I South to make nn effort to get her proportionate -
counted and shall haven Southerners and, in ( all that the as equals, Republican\ she touchlids
honestly ;
be we I against: the white : ; 'ahllllatlj dancing, li I share of the labor fo
large Democratic majority. The strongest \v bile they are doing this work, they have no vast illrU\'lell, Democratic rule, does sulk: not outside choose and to JIII make 11 faces at the l'Om-( The South has cheap productivelands
Democrats: in misiana are negroes.'" 'I more fear.f i>eronaliolcnce than 'Ol in the black" men. wi ensure may window ; her mineral resources are Inexhaustible -
When I come to Florida I speak\ \ from! }peisonul '- ,would-I have if you: were addressing: 1 Sunday th'il political association: in increasing I. puny The through has the open for the and she is blest with hcnlha salubrious
\ knowledge I have lived there ncarl,' school cln\'l'niiol, and they 11' in no mon' numbers, with the white mearound llI come 111 rl'tortll climate-everything attract /
twelve years, and I know what has been taking danger of falsehoods as I hav< then I wish: to say hero that wh1 ,,1 peace, 1! well ns: union, In.l cli"lpl' Influx of thrifty farmers, artisans: and labor-
: allies '
i.'h hate with their / IIII{|
that tic< negro
place. I know that I am telling!\ you noted have up to the Repub- 011 Republic-mi friends assume 1'/\1 crs. Hit immigration will shun the Ruth
the simple truth when I say that, since 18l H.4, licun press, from nl qunrt'r of the South, groex' if permitted to enjoy full Il'rty.i, er postpone it. mill long us she w cursed with the ]}
there has been, in the State of Florida, no I for dozen I ( that the procurement under all circumstances: support\ l ll'puhhcUI scoundrels our midst who persistently
restriction: upon liberty of discussion: or liberty : 1 and publication of such falsehood: candidatethey do that race very POLITICAL 'OTJS malign and misrepresent/ the people among

in voting save that by which black uiei have: come to be treated as an i indispensabli: justice. Tht't110t all be, driven to the' whom the)' HAt every election\ In the
have men from abandoning part of the campaign work of Republicaicommitties. polls like unthinking cattle. There is I Hm WHY Cou FonNEY FAVORS: IAS'IK.-I Mouth where the Democrats triumph, the ,
the Republican party j and this excej- Hence I do not wonder at tin to the delusions which l'I1 be suecessfullprac'tic'ed \!;\' have no prejudices. I want Il. Hood-gales of slander nrc open anew, aid
thou will not have to be made hereafter I widespread belief in the absence: of politlcaHbOty on them There are many shrew field because I regard him to-dayas a "Iu'ak, tho l Is attributed to disorder, ruffian
that South; though I know\ tha them and for nil such the l'lt\' a jobber and an Iutl aster. He professes civ rl'1I11
am not going to say no rough measure in the : ml'l among ism mutt the general outlawry
for controlling the results of elections wor belief to be altogether 11 10 I IIU: name they) once loved has lost all its magi i service and practices party slavery ; he pro that ullo7lng II tho Mouth. There has been/

ever resorted to in any Southern locality I It 1 is easy enough to account for the far Before leaving this IUbjl'c I hu\'etlother rl.t peace to the South on the one side, anenforces perfect order and) tranquillity in Alabama,
OIl am not here to defend nil\ the acts of u11 that the South is solidly Democratic, with to ask. any ole ,Dint out to the sword with the other; I lie lloth races were living in harmony and perfect
Southern Democrats in the past! any more out ascribing criminality to Southern Den- quetol any particular Wi which the North takes bribes with ole hllullltlakcliowl contentment throughout the

than I am here to defend the notorious: open ocrats. A brief glance at certain notoriou! le has experienced from the political, soliditior- pretensions on the ; State. nut 'IrcvJih'l Democrats carried
buying of votes with money in New Hamji- facts is .that is i needed. I will first say, of the South? What Korthcr 111lrc..t ali free trade almost: in the same breath ; hI' i the State 1 by nn overwhelming majorityover

shire and Rhode Island lint I am here tsay however, that the UlpuhlU have onll, ton suffered by reIL'401 of it? Hl'I.II\'r. the demands the largesses of the tnrit' men of the mongrel ticket which had the con-

that all\ the political expedients: hereto themselves to thank list of carpet-baggers ali other Republicanfrom Pennsylvania and shrinks at upparitol: tempt of the ( \IT'cl'otCI this was the
fore resorted to by Southern Democrats, hav It y', In several of the Southern States the the South who, a few )'I'al ago wer of the publication of his still signal for the Ilt war upon unc Mouth The
not embodied a hundredth part of the wick old Whig element was very strong, ont members of the A meril'll Congress. Thl'l ter to the ('uhoenllub of Ixxulon I ask the result of a peaceable 1.IocUol h attributed to
cdnessthat has: manifested itself in Kepubli party spirit\ had always run very high. look at the Southern men who now beloiij; election of S. Jluu'u'k to the 1'residencv lawlessness and fralll. The libelcrs admit

can lying against the South. Is there a man North for instance, nearly half tin to that body. If any man; will do this: an< because he (OJI'! as the 1IJ I that the shotgun )olicy was abnndone but
of sense in the world who does! not !see tha white voters had hated the Democratic I.artyfrom then v that the whole nation is hl'lehl.1 tie of! '1111'1 whoso father I knew, who e insist that the Democrats :'
the Republican descriptions of Southern their borhom1 Their aversion to aim by the deny change, I bu constrained \ friends ] knew, who sa veil my "State on July of the machinery of the State government,
horrors cannot, by any possibility, be true? iation Wl. most intense.. At the him that I have Ihul respect for his (understanding 3d l, lxn when we had given up all hope, oil perpetrated thc most /hll frauds.
They would have you believe that, in 1870there close of the war tUlr hatred of the Democracy I say it 11 i is: self-evident that it i iol: and at this hour wi, if chosen to tin The number of votes cast shows that there
was n perfect reign or'terror, throughout : was more than ever before, be- best for the whole country that the illtcl.( IIIChrilg ( tho old hearthstone no intimidation, and consequently there-
If the of:Soutl; regarded it as the author of all our Southern brothers and "btl'I nl "t'
the South. Republicans cause they of every section of It, rather thal was no other alternative left but to charge
Carolina were terrorized, how came it abou their sutlerings. Now, if Carolina\ problem ignorance genre should bu reflected in latnllal who have been alienated by the Liter quurrcN fraud in counting theotl' cost. Luwabldlng -
that Haves received the vote of that State?. presented in North had. been I legislation. It is plain, tll, that of the past, and all whom ( now citizens have no desire to link their.
If all\ the political crimes charged on thc committed for solution to men of North Car country has profited by the rescue of th yearning to meet together under the laws of destiny with a people capable of corruptingthe
Democrats of Louisiana had been com Mina those Old Line "rhig would have I Southern States from ]Republican mUriile,, the ('on'tiution of the United States. ballot-box. The I people of Shelby county,

milled, how could the vote for Hayes have become the leaders of and the because of the "rowilIrolerity which haaccrued : As OLD LIE ItivASn'xo.-it: is by the at the election on Thursdaylast, did not
come within of being equal to thi Republican organizers They jyould have to ('" ol hill cast by thousand an many
10,0 of the State Monticello C n tilntl>in that the George Nc\cral loII.1 vOtC
vote for Tilden there was illtiml.latonin established the HepubculIrty the change. Think of the hlcrellsl'.llrolhl- Washington WithersjHjon, the negro candidate as the Republican census returns Ihow they
Florida, how did it hapifn Tidl'n'lajori'ln : on so linn a basis, and would have directed don and exportation of ticket were entitled to. Memphis und Shelby coun.
that State was only ninet-tve l? its action so wisely, that its overthrow in 1'Jtributel so largely to bring about that for the for Congress, of on Ul'I'lbllll excitement -,, ty did nut cast as many votes as ,they dill
been creating Ilh'rl.t
My knowledgMrf what has taken place in this generation would ha"l the seats Impoihlt.But of balance of trade in our favor to which w(all purpose among his colored brethren, vvlui I two )'t.UJ ago, when the Republicans, by
Florida, coupled with 1klowlede of the the men who sat Southern man should\ owe so luch. Through relief from lrmmrdeiSome seem to be less enthusiastic in their supixirt the ai.llr the Nationals, carried the county.

reports concerning us which have hl'CI prca.1abrad determined that no the South with ofll taxation, through the re-establishment, of the 1 Republican party than heretofore, .I Yet the Republicans ore on the streets howlIng -
has me exceedingly I skeptical be trusted. They tiel of social order, and by reason of tin hopefulness their and fraud), and have no doubt furnished I
that whole matter of hen t cers of the (' Bureau, revenue officials : which "1'frol the anticipation mMses: night| ignorance crl'lully the Northern with u new butch of
on Intilllutnn II l to thI, ns a l'nlll
y Hl'Cf't
me give you two or three II"taIC rclat\'e marshals and deputy maNlal' mal of good 1)\'I'rllm1 t, thl'II'hl1 sprung upon to ,'tIIIJlutlj ears, the following lien aUjut ('orruptol, intimidation,
i of the work agents ajid These mIl increased Northernflour 11'locrutll' maid nil old which
loitmn'tel. immensely
to the nature whllhourpoltcul made II'IUI.I 1'1 deliberate fal stercotype-d Mlandel
and to tll
all sent from were fruits, .,
opponents\ have been doing ( : that the discharge: the dutiesof butter, ('hl'Ce, Ilr.l. "My brethren, I have u 1'rli"ll tl\ to they used to during the
which I reside, Putnam county, is sparselysettled understand offices would l be regardedas and for the products 111 the maniifaftur- unfold 1, but !in strict ('' ('. past[ tft'I'1 years, except when they.tri
and has comparatively few votersand ;; their respective matter. Their chief business ing industries: of the : The, !'I'l'lt Ii in deplorable fix ; defeat stares us in 1:they have frequently done. .Thoreutest
vet it has been made tl figure quit 1 subordinate the frccdmeii. and vast illl'f'l..e of the Ilth'rl trade of your ho flue I all the are awful ; obstacle to emigration to the South
Republican press. was to consolidate metropolitan t:>! isdiiucbic-lty i I to t hI' e.I"lul'11'l' of tho
largely in the Northern Ilerdiun the Southern carjH-t-bug.
stationed to ( Perhaps you are Ignormt 11 Ilnlull'l
which )
in were
from the Northwest, by the carry tll States tll'\ transfer: of in the So"llrli States 'ontelllll' furnish the stalwart pajiernwitli
In 1S70, a man were reinforced jMjvver 1 know are )jrmr gel They :
name \\'oOlworth, had Been rebi.lng at for 1 Republican of adventurers, who 1101 the HI'Illllcal to the HC'I1erllil' par gnorant lnUln'I. but 11\'rtl'l.ll' it Is ni the slanders they publish. In ever town

\Velaka, in that county, some )years. 1 smelt the by prey thfu.ands afar off, and ru, hed to the En'r', [ :orhfrn interest. That has protil'llthut by :me-that the Federal. (iovernment IWI') al.1 city t'I'r.J" little squad of >rupu-
is mortorderly' ?
that there not a ; ]> '
dthCr who
um ready to say Southern people four oiu ure writ-
South to present themselves fur the suffragesof 1 disingenuous, who tl wlie 111111'1.1mil'llt contnuall.
community in Vermont, or anywhere be mnint rine' or of the iirico of cman- lug lettersurth, and .
That there might no your
else than that in which this \\00.1- the freedmen. (oneede that, until there shall I'l 1,11 reon.tnution .Iolal the in which live"
make the South solid, for the Re- of ulI the Democrats are sue- 0 community they tyalsehoods
worth welt He had. l been trntel failure to (' of parties: the lh'f"t. tl ,c-skful I In the Southsill I which drive emigrationmd
ublican party, all the most intelligent, in. hole country ilemand that theSmth c ( tilt pit-sent campaign, away ,
re- [
Inhabitants npeatedly'preached 'I'
old >
the sectional hatreds
kindly by demand un immediate settlement. The'ederal perjtuato more inju
iiuential of that were
IC.tiol ) .
l to them. Hut I 1 f.rler chised. The lEn unity of tho "plan Ulon ctfrnlh UIIU" to be solidly IcII'ratc Oove-rnment cannot pay tho amount, Ions to the South than to the North,' 11'evial
of his editing a Republican i ]paler ml the will he that never receive our share f
1111 W.L in trade these organizers acted indicates plainly result you, my j oor, PrlKrionute <
1 tlI't, and the party's stock toward enough ; it emanated from a central authority. Tly truth is that 'both Covernor Irew1 uUVring brethren and nistrtii: will ho re- migration so long as In our
: low C-oysequently, friends At once the whole South was cov ilr. ( ham are litx-r.il; theyxi> urned again to the bonds of slavery I 'Chere uidst base enough to publish to the world
the close: of the campaign,one of I) by the of the Union ;granting all possible aid towards building 1 jre, you will |perceive tho necessity every hut there is 110 l'urlty for.life, liberty and
at Welaka received I ll 1/1 pupil'spaper worth a'rel ramifcatons negroes gathered into nail not only to South fl"rlla.Ilt also. to olorc-d man sticking eluseti the )Republican 'roiKsrty In ,for emigrants willmaturally

l containing I WOI' that l.a.ulH secret society, and were made to take .''Xtending the < ciia itilohile .art)'. I is the only way by which you cane shun a community where crime
and a flaming editral in wldl the content North oaths which rendered; them the Iultkal Itolll from ChaUahUht.e tllruughW't la\'t.1 The ( all of the white man Is a ,rt-vuiU ant elections are;'carried by shot
of the letter )' described the the state slaves of these leader. The one thlngwhih Florida. Hut neither Jovcrnor Drew I" but the government U very much Kun; and) .). There slauderahave been

ern heart. Woodworth He the labored), in !fa> anl fut or any other man, as Jovernor, can do now In debt and can not pay it, therefore, repeat.. toM| I,often and so I jiersisteritly that the for-
of things in Florida as mu.taiorrible.around hits of atVlnturll, impress upon their unfortunate what they desire to do. The internal imirovement If you permit the Democrats to get controlf igncr I is impressed with tho U-lief. before he.

declared that the Southerner* the dupes leLoon, that the white men nt the South lauds of the State arc 11j'kol' the (iovernnic-nt, you wi\\\ be hold into I'avt for .\lereu. that the, South U comiosed -
hated the old Hag. and hated lliJ; W3 Vose decree und this "
lated them with a fiendish hatred, and tiller the laversTiuc of lav C clclightln JnunlerandiHlessncsM.
for them to .
that common determination to in the State known. The United The with
i Waer if the would never abanol the Igent lan patience which the
.to tht and that Northern, reeurlave them. On the other hand, the Htutl Court bus even gone so faro to intero DKMOC-HITIC: OI'TLnfJ IS (. .IIUM %.- outbeni |H-ople have no long "submitted to
Demricrats should come in !rower, and enighted minds were filled with the wildest > +tt one of its own all.JiutlIt.ten the The condition of atIairi.at.'prtxteut existing Imese traducers how that they will cn.lut
men would be driven out of the Mate After a visions of honors and riches to lie gained I IIJ tate. luUlrtit and iulw\'e- In Democratic ranks in Georgia is certainly rrongs which would provoke the Northern

the iifgn>es would b renlan'l A v fealty. to the Republicanarty.| The l1mt LU.I think this a ('r'lu tu IHS deplored. At any time it would I IJe to eople to lawh-8sne. ,", IespiteRadical slan-
" little ('ul u1atiun.,a wao arr.ngl"1 to African race was the rising race, The ( '.. uwl i ought to I he annulled, but the State' very true Democrat n source of regret in!eothe der and the rule and ruin of the cantet-

I tktiiou. I inquiry.Northern, 'puq town, was teen were BOOR t be the owners of all the auth'JriiC are 11).er6.except through the party divi.lel, disrupted and engaged In aggers, there has been a .atlraC'tor increase
havl from some about thq broad plantations and the wielder of all :olJlbh The true pulley Lotl ole of those g< most bitter of alluarreK In Southern. 1"Iuluton. I soon as the
" drawls up. I t'dntalo questions, the spirit official power. course, a temjMirary triumph get rid i il way, of the YUle decree ( a faml ltralr Ksjieclally though' Ia.lkull in ml.\t 'e to Zander the
,' l climate, the li. or.n toward enae l ti|>on theso'| nxwlings.. ort.uf tat lock the lauds and hang like arm t f Is to be rl .1vl.iull and fends I immunity in they live, (the South
\J of the It'pll feeling framed Xurhern. too-I say "of course" here because tcubm on the rtur.'I' of the internalnprovement IhluM exist in ( < rlk. In this in Iropulatlottanti( '
; CN, *- was BO fund of the State ( tate on the i-veof w1 fli.Uil'rll.e I'r.-
would there is Cod in the univene-that triumph o'trurDrw now,,iiiMt a Presidential /> li/, '
.& answers to the questions l'ntradlc. I only te-mporary. I will not dilate has done what ho could t" accomplish ch'.tlul, w rkh-u It is to decide, whether '

eroleofOiworh'utatementJ. WMwritiei cub of the ('urlct.IJa. g.veM- thil.iind! until it is done the legislature layl'a' the Republic, of our father is to continue or Ax acre of gars d ]iustqruge will afford 10'tenan

signed by '. ueuts, although I might here fur bill granting the lands to this, or I.. to be superseded by a atrun. govern.lent ('.for (ruin live to tight sheer*, keeping
out Thi rIly was 1\ which I )have collected other the (Jim-rnor in which "the take the ;
who were hour stating facf tu" rul. all may "I"Jru'o theli In ( Hut on account of
oral ex-officer and of the who army the names ofthecaiuianic4and lucrative[ of the pres ioit to thi-Mj bills, 'but they will not umotmt 'lace* of "the taw1. ole of the mofct. Im erbage glcM 'nlltoJ alI closer feeding n>f tbc.Ihel .
in the t'1t. gJ\'l in' which they which the people of time South were amt, row of Iili. )Ir, V..L"oull step in Drtantever tle country. At t thin It h llieved that three acre of good

| rtmelt.it was taken to ected. Hut uch work i I. JeUet. noW unl say, "Not quite no taut t. I'It"IU'1; I tme, of all others, the lJIJr.Y. State and o will maintain one cow and and,

O had 11'adworth formerly !'r'o iMd it as chaplain of aWisconsin Vo candid man, no man dl.ir to bethought ave u mortgage on those lano1, tonal, .hould present a Mulid and I i addition, five or six sheep, the, sheeploosing
A. thin there candid, now apologise* fur car- you give them away you t-ttU that front to the Radical foe.* &to be 1lant the lOW would reject und
iiifonsiaieuey regiment.in thi*. When' go Woodworth I government. What clue could have: u p..' And the court WOIt back up )Ir rei'tC We Ielevt that the outcome of edlng dor upon >lny-"'. and lrnmsww

was no wrote hu. fasehiMj.l-! he| w.'trd *' a Ro Linen the (ir t effect but the tlr\.ln of all \ tie In this re'cllt \ held InUanta was nut eaten by the cow.TUB .

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lT ,, the Cm.MK recent: : ACCESSIBLE accounts of TO Cliincsc CiiAxoE.!' that-Some are in of I' (aENE1t.1L-DIKKCTOHY.: I erintcndcntt r>f School*-W. Hampton, I Collector of ReccueJolraV( Dychcs, I } )RIDA) CENTRAL RAILROAD..HCKSOXVILLE .

c this country assure us that, contrary to the (Olustee. t cesburg. March' ( I
United .
Slates" Officer > 1.\ JMWO.Oaaml
rrutend'nt H. H. Duncan
y general Impression, they, like other mortals BRADFORD l'Ot'NTem"ty.lIVe.J. \. 8ui> of Schools- this date Trams\ on .,
arc susceptible of change and that and I.VXI OFFICE, OAtXKSVILLK.Ttrghtcr : :. Lake Griffin after '
x time
follows :
II. Richard Providence. will run as
circumstance prove more than a match for ; -L. A. Barnes, (lainesville.IeeelverJnhli Clerk MJWAXKEE c.'I1.xn':
-Henry F. York Lake Butler.
even Chinese!' obstinacy Here and there I''. Bulling, Gainesville ,Mfriff, %'. W. Tumbliu, Starke.Ansrfmr County Jud'jc-Michael A. Clouts, Live DAY PASSENGER::: (I'xcErTetirNnAY: .)

r'r'r; where they have been for some time under I Surveyor.(Jenerul-1,1)). Hall, Tallahassee! of T".rC8-\ J. McKinney, Lake Oak Leave Jacksonville ............ ......... *:ao .). :\I. I

purely American Influences it is found\ that DISTRKT rofUT. Butler.Collector. Clerk--Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. Leave Baldwin ..........................9:31):: ) .t I. I

: r:1 they imbibe and participate in the feelings Jwlijf-Thomas: Settle, Ja( ksonville.Martha of Jtiirimc, -Alfred I D. Cone, Lake I .hr/'I'ff-.Joh1l}\ \ ]U. Hl':
(that exist around them. They will live on !-J, II. IJllrk('(., Jacksonville.' Butler.Miijifrtiitciiilciit. A.,. c.WIf of 7'a.rr-\\. II.. SessionsVel- Leave Live Oak:......... ......... ......... 1:001'.111.:
t i -4 and work for nothing only as long as they Citric-Philip Walter, .Jal'k! r :4 ;are learning a trade, or otherwise getting !a Starke. Collector, of Rel'rlllll'-Hohcrt 1-'. Allison\ : lc'awe.avanntth ...... ......... ........... f-"V;: () .\.111.; !

1 means of living among the foreign devils.i IXTI-.RXAI. HKVKNfK: HKlV\flI: > COfXTY.County : Live Oak. Leave Live Oak; ........ ......... ......... ?:!"' !I'. *f.
1, 1 3 When they arc able to add !skill' to their ink fvll.t"r-lIl'nlliH Kngan: .ksotiville.\ tfinirrintfntlent; of 8"1001.f-.J. O, C. Jones! Leave Lake City .......................... 5:001'.111.: I

t ,dustry, and experience to their skill, theY ('OI.LECTOIW OF ITHTOMS. Jnd
t k prove ambitious to rise as other people do;, John ".. Howell Fc-rnandina. : Stewart, Titusville.\ voi.rm rof.NTV. Arrive at Jacksonville: ................. 8.o.: -' 1'. :M.

I# ble and\for as ready their: labor to get as the the highest most! enthusiastic price possi\ Edward: ,l Hopkins' !'\,, Jacksonville.! Affcfior of Tajrr Kcrcniie>-L-B V.. M.Stewart Platt,,Titusville.Cottrrtorof Lake Jes-. Cllllllt.J"tlvrl.'tl 1. I. LnPeiioticre, Enterprise. :MAIL AND[) EXPRESS; (IAiLY.) i
y trade-unionist. As their means Increase John I I''. House, :St. Augustine.; sup) I Orange Oounty.fMijierliileHftmt Leave Jacksonville! ....................... :5301':: :M- i
11 they show a very human fondness! for luxuries J. M 1. Currie, (;"11111' Key. ; ,, of Siliooln-Alexander Tin i Clcrk-John W. Dickins, Enjerprise.: 1.l'Il'l'Vhite. House[ : ...... ............... <0:15: rM: I

enjoyments, and personal adornment- doll, I Lake View: heriff-W; A. Cone, Enterprise.: Leave Baldwin........ ......... ........... !::001'\1.: t I

;x and display As these tastes ardor Slate OflleerN.KXKCTT1VF. > Awnnr of Tares! Hcnjannn RithardsimKnterprise. : U-ave Darbyville.............< ........... c-J: '1'. M-
arises to get as much grow in cr.vv furxTY : Leave ,Sanderson......................... S-J.:( 'I'. MIxave J JI
4 A t x order to gratify them money tats and as possible mice no ; : DKPARTMEXT.: County Ju'l'jc-Win. Peeler, Green Cove Collector. of lcl'cllllr-.Tohn B. Jordan De- .I l.cuwc I Ill!ush'c.............................. 8:43: I'. .I.I I. II '

content them and (lorrruor-eorge/ !! F. ]Drew) Tallahassee. Springs.Clerk' Land.Siijirriiitciutfiit I. I :Mt.( Carrie( ............... ........?. uo>:( :3 '1'. "I. I !
y i wearing a wcll-unade, coat. they The can New enjoy York l'r,'. id"tll'll tern of 8""b-\\l. I D. Barnes, -O. A. ]Bnddington'I Green Cove of .G cJioolt, / -James H. Chandler Arrive Lake City............ ...... ........ tI\O)::\ > r. .I. i I'

Bulletin says on this subject : "The Tallahassee.Sicretnry!'\! Springs;; Enterprise Leave: Live Oak.......................... 2:15: : A. M. i
of the Massachusetts! shoe manufacturers of SI'IIe-\\ }D. Bloxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff James \\ DeWitt}
Y running through a {period of dgllt'l'l1rs Springs.AwMor. /IONIl)) N51 Im TDnIW; ( ) Arrive Albany I .............................10Jl: > Ai i: '
or more is cOllel\l ive. When the China OIl"l'troll'r'IIJtllllhllH Drew, Tallahassee.Treasurer '! ,if7iIJ.q-\'m. Con way, Kingsky.Collector : .\rl'i\'eHIl\'lUlIll1h.......................... \VM t: A. M. I j
men were learning the mysteries! of their -Walter (Ovvynn, Tallahassee.AttorncytSeiural i of /1'1111-\\111. ,5. Plummer, OF THE Leave Savannah .................. ........ 4.V::; ) 1'. M. I

craft, their labor could lie had almost! -(George; I". I I'ancy: lit lla- Maxville.MiitrrlnteHilctil. .\TL.\XTIt'it'LP&( ( :-:T INDIA THAN- Ll'lI'eIhullv ............................. 4W: P. MLeave .
t upon hassee.Uonimisfiimer: of tfchoiili/ M.[ 1'. Gt'igtTMiddleburg. :SIT: RAILROAD)), ( Tallahassee; : ....................... ::4.i 1'. M. \

experienced ) of L .
a Tallahassee.Superintendent: C'OI.UMIIIV PCU'XTY. Like ( .it:1: ::',(0) A. :M.
are compelled to them much American Leave
pay as as ( Waldo/ llrnndi/
or ISuroKiui| competitor) demand We af I'nlillr" ; Instruction 1'. Coft>/ Jinlyr/! -\\'. :M. Ives, Jr., Lake City AND(111111'RL.ANI ,) I Leave M It. Carrie......................... 4.18A.M.:

!see it stated that the North Adams are 1 laislcy, Tallahassee.AiljntanteHerul! : Clerk-: John/ Villzallt1'/ ., Lake City. : ) noun: I I Leave Olustee! ...... ......... ............... 4:40: A. M.
discharging some of their (Chinese bands, for '- -,1, J. ikkfsat'falln-) : .svTvrJ.V.. \V. Perrv. Lake City.Ksor Leave :Sanderson: ........... .............. -r:_'O.\. M.

the reason that they pet white labor cheaper I hassee.Vuinmifsioner. .fll.. of Tiuri*--L. W. Rivers" <, Lake In Effect February 1.t, 1 '80. Leave Darbyville........,................. J:;),) A. M.

; besides which, the Chinaman has acquired of fat IIIIIIIIr"IjmHr.; I4l.thlo'rcnrh City. [Leave Baldwin............................ 0:40): A. M.
along! with other knowledge, not only .Jacksonville." Collector of T
the art of striking for higher \\'ui1l'lhut the HfPKEMF.: : fOl'HT. City.Superintendent. Airive Jacksonville! ..................... 7iO.l: ii. I I
Behind! JuliusPotsdanicrLake I i LC'II'etla1lt!\, (!;a........................ :2.15! : I'. si.Uave I.
art also of maintaining the strike through Chief..1".t'c-o, ;. :M. J ll.ind.dl, .Jaek! City.
the process of a modified trades-unionism ..fu"rifc.ti.c.T.! Wc tcott t, j jr., Tallulaa-: 'etNTV.Coindyarlye1VillinliA Leave Brunswick, (On........ .......... (0.15 .\. 11. run through! to and from Jacksonville' and
New Jl'rHl'yhufoI had similar proofs, that the see. IifVVI. ( Arrive Fcruandina, FIn...............1(.15 .\. M. :Savannah\ ; also, Lucas Sleeping ( 'IIJ'run
"child-like and bland" wants) only time, patience A f.','oci'; r.lnxtirr-Il I!: 15. Van Valkcnburg, / McLean[ .Jack Leave Fernandina........................10,80.1.: si.Arrive through toned from Jacksonville' and Tal ,. j

t Koine kindness, and a fair amount of Jacksonville.Clerk sonvillc.Clerk Baldwin. Fla: ..................... 1.:!.; 1'1.: lahassee.FERNANDINA. ,,
experience, to become us Americanly hu- -C.' H. Foster, Tallahassee. Thomas E. hock man, Jacksonville ".
hum as other foreigners} who como among ,S"rriUrinh Bovvdcn, Jacksonville.AufcKnor Leave Baldwin: ; for Jacksonville! ..... 1.30:: p.M. : EXPRESS: (Dvn.Y. ) 4

t us. The beams of the sun of prosperity' : WIlli aHlTIT JVlxiKS.: ; af T" ftf-Daniel;) P. Smith Jacksonville. J\rrin'Jlll'ksoll\'illc (Cum. Route: ).. 2.35:! :\ p. :M. Leave. Jacksonville.......................11:15: .\. M.Arrive ;:
9 ilti more than persecuting' I harshness! as the First Ciicuit! -Augustus K.: Maxwell, Pen- LCIl'oBat.Iiil-for (Cedar I :\ .: 1.0' aL Hallwil1..1, 12:30:!:: p. M.Arrive u.
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sacola.Second. Key p. Fernandina...................... :3:40: 1'. M.IjcavcFcrtiandina I.
J i old fable told I the world long ago.-Mew/ phi., Collector of! /t'I''lIIr-II"r' A. L'EngleJacksonville. : Arrive Waldo). (Junction 1'. l R. R .. 4.111'.
Circuit-Davitl S. Walker Tallahas ) si. .. .. .. ... .
Appeal, I ) .. ..... .. ....10:30:: \ M.Uave I.
Ll'II'O111110.,.................. ............ 4.20: I'. :t.Arriveiainetville .
Baldwin............................. 1 _'O
.' << : p. M. .
see.Third ;II/II'r/"t of School*-Albert J. Kus-\ ,'
f. ......... ............... ).li .
P. M.I
-K.; .1.1'iutn, Madison Arrive Jacksonville ..................... 2:35 1'. '!
A SOCXD IboA short time the !>Jacksonville./: : I : M.
ago Fourth C'uit-H., B. Arcliibald, Jackson Leave Gainesville......... ......... ...... 5.29 I'. si.Arrive .
( Fernaudiua and( Cedar
death of a prominent physician in New ville. II.\.III.TOX COfXTY. Cedar Key............... ......... !9.30:: p. si.Trains :lljl.J''I' Key
take No train from Baldwin to
Hampshire) was announced who during the
war of the rebellion was an object of the !'&h Circuit-James It. Dawkins, Gainesville. / Cuu lit!Jiutije-Henry .1. Stewart, Jasper: to Jacksonville and North of Baldwin Cedar Kl'IIn Sunday.COXXKCTIOXS. .

1. peculiar regard of IO'lLll'coplc. He was a Clerk-){oJ.l'rtitt'warl.. :\ : Jasper! daily : .-At Baldwin with A., G. it
;: bold ami outspoken of the Sijrth ('irl.t-Ir., ; I.. :\it itchelI'I'unpttfirrerith .''i/r-.Jallll''o\, (( !'\ M.) Duncan)( : Jasper.AwMor tioixo NORTH.Leave \. W. I. T. R. R., for> (Ctdar Key Gainesville:

and carried his opposition:! opponent) { so far that it war, Circuit; ; -\\'m.rdll.r Uocke, :San-: of T".r'II-.I.. Cooper' Ancrum 1 Cedar Key.......................... 1.15 A. si. and, Fl'rnln,1ina.111 all points, North and

..' deemed advisable: )after while to retire him was foal, I Collector of h'fieiiiie P. b'I. Goodhrcad, Arrive Gainesville; (;...........,........... l<.tJ A.M. West ; at (City for Tallahassee, Albany,

from public life and place a' him in one of our Ileiiton. Columbia I County. Leave: Gainesville.............?......... 8.50 A. :mu 1. :Oa\IIIIlhI11: Lak all points North and West ;
strong forts, where he could do no harm ..tiuperiah'udrutoJJ; : ,:hitin II. Jl'.j') Arrive Waldo ((1'. Il. il. JIIII'.)...... !9.48) .\. aLI at Jacksonville' with :St.: Johns River Steam
by Court
voice or action. This was a course\ of last C'lileniliir. erts: Ancrum. I Leave Waldo....................... .. .... !);.; A. si.Arrive ('J'J.. S. McELROY, {

1t resort, however, because he was a very estimable TIllJU' ('IIIt.TIT. 1IERXVNDO CofXTY.Coitiiti Baldwin........,.................12.17:! p. n. ,. W. :M. DAVIIWOX, Master Transp'n.{

man and\ good physician and having 1-3.; J. Vann, Judge ; Win. H. Taylor, :State's!\ / Jinli/t!-"\'. L. 1'Vicrson\ Brooksvillc. Leave Jacksonville:! ((tun. Route.11.15) : .\. M. Superintendent.JACKSONVILLE. _

great influence, no other, means was seen, at Attorney.Sjiriiiy Arrive Baldwin. .................. ........12.30: ) p. :M.Leave .
that excited time, to restrain it, lk.f ire this : TermTaylor, 211-:Monday in April. ( hrrl-.1,1'. Law Brooksville.\ Baldwin- ,... .. .................12.10- I'. M. ( : ( :,'; lEXS.COL.XU: I

was resorted\ to there was a meeting held! Int' ?iladisonkl: I MorulaIII April. SllI'd.ff-J. B. Miekler I Brooksville.Afisvr Arrive I'crnandina...... ................. :3.10 I'. si. Tit H.ILIW.l.IITf1
the town where he resided for rinsing the of. Tures-1A'. M.[ Garrson! Brooks- Leave Fernandina........ .. \SIOkTTIS'1 OmcK:, I[
Hamilton 4th Monday; in April. ) ... ........ :3.45 1'. si.u .
the for the : ; 1"Fehruary 3 tt. i
town service, but ,
'IUOtl01 public: :OUWI1I1I1C: ,('; bt Monday alter 4th Monday villu.Collector. Leave Brunswick! ........................ 5..c"1) r..t. \u.\I.\ 11 J
two or three bell discussed The question in April.' of 1el''JIII/-o') M. Towniend., Leave :Macon.............................. S.4n.I.. On and after :Monday February 2, leer' ,.
i of bounty was 'I, and the general Columbia, 2d Monday; after Jth Monday[ IlniiiUsville.Siijicrliifeiiileiit: .\rr \Atlanta, (tu.................. ..... 1.15 p. si.Trains passenger: trains of this road will run as fol ]
wish was: felt to get oaf as reasonably as I in April) / of Scfiooli/ -Dr. S. Stringer, to Cedar, Key and :South: of Baldwin "Wlol'IZ:
One of the of the
possible. clergymen Brooksville.: daily Sunday.PENINSULAR PASSENGER( TRAIN-EAST: BOUND.
:! Jlonclaafter, 4th
,, place -one of the hards'I I in n theological\ .
Leave at.... :200! .
IIII.I.SJIOKol'liHCounty \ ( p. u
April 'ot's't! l.lmtahool'lll.l..llaih.
sense! -had made the motion that one hundred Fall 1/11- Jn li/e/ H. L. Crane : ( RAILROAD: ( : ), Leave Quincy.................. ...... 322P.M.:!:!
+ dollar be Offered inducement < Tampa. WltltlIf11l1rl,.
; *This as an to Taylor, 2d<< Monday in October. (Jler' '-Wni. (e. Brown" Tampa. ( ) Leave Tallahassee! ............ ...... (((INI1'. a. .
volunteer. discussed
was being when iOIXCI SOUTH. I : .............. ..
( .... 10
the doctor and ';Madison!'\ :M Monday in October Sheriff(( ). I Isaac ('raft. Tanipu.Awetsor )'Ulul1tl'llo p. M.
+k amendment arose very gravely moved, Hamilton 4th Monday in October. of Tare*-L.I (I. Leslie: Tampa Leave Waldo Junction................ ((1.00 A. :M. 1lI\'C' :rl.l'l\'ile:.............. ...... 8 :3S t I'. :I.

; as, an substituted for, that the three hundred named.dollarsbe U Wlllllll'l" 1st Monday[ after 4th :Monday Collector of! 1er"uue-1V., !F. Burls Tampa.SiQuriitteiulent Leave Hawthorne........................ 7.40 A. si. \( :\1111 01.................. ,..... !1:1 p. M. v,
He .I
amount : in October. of 'klw"I.1-Jl. L. Crane, Arrive Loehloooa.............. .......... 8.10A.M. I Leave 1i'c Oak................ ...... A. si.
i assailed gave no somewhat reason for hi* motion which was Columbia\ :2d Monday after4th Monday Tampa. Miixii xoitm. Arrive a\llllllh............... ....., UIHA. u.

merits! and more because:severely: of Its partly source,on until its October LEVY IWXTY. Leave Ijocldoosa: .................., ....10.00 A. :si.Leave Arrive Thoinasville......,... ...... I i 55 A. :M.

1 he was asked! for Ids reason "'c'II," /said 1 Lafayette Monday after 4th Monday in (/JIlllly'yr--\\. II. Svhring: Bronson 1 Hawthorne......:...............1o,4.t.1.. : Arrive _libant'................. ......1025A.M.
; Arrive Lake Sty............... ...... : :
( he I think is sound. It has October. Bronson. Arrive Waldo Junction......... .......12.15:! I'. si.Train. 335A.M.
mv reason, a V/t'TI.-J.: bl L hart
double \basis of which FOl'RTH\ CIRCUIT. from "'ai,10 to I ochloosaand. I return .brineltaldwin, ................. ....... (I i :25 .\. M.
one goes beyond the Sheriff( \V. Finlayson I Bronson. Arrive : [ ........... ...... 50 "
bounds contemplated! 1 have from timo to U. It. Archibald, Judge; Samuel: Y. Finley, Assessor of },,,,_3. :M. Willis, Bronson.Collector' Tuesday, Thursday and :Saturday.: Arrive JIIl'k-lOI\lle Fl.rl1antinl...... ..... ...... :3 401..r.A M.Ixuive .
i time converted with my reverend brother State's Attorney. of RI'I'Mlllc-John C. )MeGrcvv CONNECTIONS.) : Arrive ...... '
." \'ile ,..... ...... 504 I'. 't I.
t and friends here who think like him upon) priny'Terui-! Bronson.Superintendent. ATLAXTV.Close Arrive Cedar ............_ .,.... .
t M.
the final destiny of mankind, and among St. John's.! :M Tuesday in :March.!\ of School*--Jos. F. Shands, !311'
( connection i.s made Atlanta.. Ga.. PASSENGER: TRAIN-WEST: In nrND.
them all I find that they believe in the salvation Clay Tuesilay in March. Bronson. .
''1 of not more than\ ten per cent, of the Bradford 1st Tuesday: in April. SUNITEK CXil'XTV. to and from all points North, J'II"ti'l.: ; t untlXUI'lh'l..t Leave Jucksonville.daily! tit..... 5:4): p. M.

I'd daily. ............ ......
human race Now, I would ask how we can Baker Tuesday!\ in April. 1..I\l.ll.rulntina. lU:0.1:: si.
i expect that man will go and risk his lifer Nassau, :M Tuesday in April County Jud'je-Vt. M. Graham, Manatee. AT :MACOX' UV.; OliH'\'II ......._ ..._ ......, 902A.M.:! :
and his almost certain condemnation hereafter Duval, 3d Tuesday in :May 1 Clerk-Robert :S.\ (;Grifllth Manatee.: ( With Trains for Eufaula Columbus! Ga., .............. ...,. 4 :30 A. M.

for one hundred dollars For myselfI i Fall Tt'rIl&- Sheriff-\'m. C. Hay man. Pine Level. Montgomery; Mobile and New Orleans.AT Leaue Baldwin':..,.............. ...... 7 00 p. :r.

could. not ask it." The amendment, however St. John's 3d Tuesday in Septemner. Assessor of 7iul's111.. F. Parrish, Par- FF.RXAXDIXV.\., Leave Ijike City .,............. ..,... 0 401'. .t: .

I was voted down as being captious. Clay, 4th Tuesday in H'l'tt'mb'r.BruJfml rish.: Leave Ha\'lnlah ...,........ ....... 4 :30 I'. M.
Collector of Jt'I.tJUU'arlon[ (1 J. Carlton, With New York and Fernandina Steamship Ix-ave Live Oak.) ..., ... ..
_. 1st Tuesday in October.Baker ......... ...... 2 15 .\. M.
:2d? Tuesday in October. Pine Level. [Line from New York mi Wednesday, at Leave Madison ................. ..... 3 SI A. a.
,p Ax HOXEST n.\RKEy.-An old darkey who Nassau i Tuesday in October Superintendent/ SdwoI8-1'l'1ix J. Seward, 10.31) a. m., and for New York on }"ric1:1lit Leave Greenville............... ...... 4 39.1.!> M.

a had "put away" watermelons every summer Duval, 3d Tuesday in November. Pine Level. 3.40 p. 111.; from Nassau! N. P. on Wednesday Leave :Monticello[ t........,.... ..... A. :M.
for ;sixty years stood in front of one of MVKIOX rorxTY. ; for Nassau! N. I'., on Wednesday.\, Arrive:Tallahassee........... ..... 50 A. :.[.
the grocery. houses\ eyeing a pile of that Fmu ('!Rl'l'IT. County Judi/e! -J. M. McIntosh, Ocala. With Georgia, and Florida! Inland Steamboat Leave Tallahassc: ............. .... 8 0: A. :M.

fruit foe merchant'who sat in the door James'! U. Dawkins, Judge; '\'. A. Jlocker, Clerk-U. \\'. Uuig, Ocala. Co. from :Savannah: on Tuesday Wednesday IA'ave ijuincy............... ......10 OS, A. M. ,
noticed the wlshfulness!I of the African's Solicitor : 1'rhla1111,1: Sunday; for Savannah on ChattahoiH-hee -
gaze Sheriff/ -F. D. l'uoSt'rOl'ula. .rl'l" ..... .....;,11:10.:{ A. M.
and finally\ asked : Sjtriity} Term- Assessor of Tare*-Thomas Barco, Cotton 'fUl'oJa1'riclay\, and Sunday. CONNECTIONS
"Don't you .want to buy one of those melons Sumter, 2d :Monday in March.Marion Plant. With Charleston Steamers (St. John't and At Live Oak j
4; t Uncle?" 3d: Monday in March.Aluchua .. Cullerorif /et'elluL'-l'rCllerick X. Foy, City /'u14from) Savannah and Charleston Honda and Western daily with the Savannah,

"How much you axed for one, boss! ?" in- ) lit Monday[ after 4th Monday in Ocala. Wednesday and Sunday; Savannah:: and :Savannah, and all Northern Railway to and from .

nulred the African, still keeping his gaze on March Superintendent of Sihooh-ll, C. Martin, Charleston :Monday: and\ Friday. '\\ Pities. Eastern Im.1otf'rn ;
the melons. Levy, :3d :Monday after 4th Monday in \Vifli Steamer -Flttftt. daily- to and from SKMary's : I.
Furl At Lake
"Twenty-flvecents"replied the merchant, March McCoy. [ Ga.: and semi-weekly to and; from; I;; City daily with the Florida Central .)
,: :\IlIX!tOE ('lIt'ST\, Railroad to and;
getting up) from his chair ana stepping to theo Putnam 1st Tuesday utter 1st Monday[ in St. Mary's River Landings. Augustine Palatka 1'1'01 J.wkloltn\-i( St. "
Cha-s: J. Baron K'l ,
March[ County Judije- ( t. 1.1111-
side of the hillock. lntt'rlri'l' Int
Clerk-John Surlier, Key West.Sheriff AT BU.UWIX, FLV., ings mi the St. Johns '
"How much you gib mo one half fur?" Fall TermSumter- Richard With Trains for Live OakTallahassee, and At Baldwin daily with the
{ Curry, Kt'y"l'jiit.
asked. the darkey, taking a step towards the1'11t' t Marion, 4th Monday in October. .ts. ,.s..or of Taj-et; -Water C. Maloney, Jr.Kt.v all {points in Middle and West Florida.AT and 11'est Imlia Transit Hailwa AtalltC'Oulf frilll
1st Monday after 4th Monday iu Fernandina unt
West LOCIItnOhl, FLA., Gainesville, Cedar and
"Fifteen! cents the dealer October
replied lifting
t one in his hands, Alachua, 3d Monday after 4th Monday[ in l\tllector of Jft.tlUl'nltcr C Maloney, With Steamer Alphu for all jHiiuts and with Havana.h'ull'1 tl.r Tampa, Key WeVt and t

What will you tlt'llme a slice fur?" asked October Jr., KcWlt.. landings!> on Orange) lake, on arrival of Peninsular At Chattahoofhee
Africa, Levy. 1st Monday after 4th Monday in tfuperintendeiitofSchoolt V. Harris, Key : Railroad Train the People's Line times weekly with
and I
Central .
West.County. Line B aU to
'l'en'n18, said the accommodating mercjiant. AT GAINESVILLE, FLA., and from Columbus, Eufaula: Fort
Putnam 2d 1 N \It\t lrrNTY. Gaines,
I Tuesday grit Monday in With Stave j: Line for Ocala and Tampa and other River
"A bite ob one?" continued the darkey. December, Jttdye-Hinton J. Baker, Fernandina. \lulaCli'ola. Landings.
Monday Wednesday and Saturday from Sleeping and Parlor
; Coaches
"Five cents answered the us' .
merchant bKVK.NTII CIKCCIT.William
kala and Tampa Tuesday, Friday and Sun vNoodrulf and Lucas Patent, run daily be.
q he knife and started to CIl'rl-C. W. Maxwell Fernandina.
picked up a plug out Archer Oocke Judge; .\. St. (lair.Abrains day. teem Tallahassee and Jacksonville. *
u piece about two inches Sheriff Peter Cone, Fernandina.Ai .
square tate'sttorner.. $a-Quick time
i "Hold on, boss! rile a honest nigger. You esor of Tiue,-Win. H. Garland, Fernandina. wfcty ] connection. perflt
3 gib bite for five cents. Well Sprint Terni1'ousialst- With !:; > Co.'s Line for WGAlLl"
r salt say you ef I takes me a a bite ob dat melon you'll bet ( Monday in :May. Collector of RI'I.t'IUU'-\'arren. F. Scott, Fer- Tampa and Manatee Monday and Thursday, _2tf_ )I 1ruli portatill. __ .

settin' heal in powerful study as to what Brevard, 2d Monday in May. nandina.Superintendent. at 4 p. m., ami for Key West Sunday andThursilay IV. K. .
I Orange, 3d Monday in May. School- \\'. A. at 6 m. \UKXIGIT.
become ob de balance ob it. Now, boss, of ; Mahoney, j p.
heahs de two bits. Dar ain't nufnn mean Dade, :2d! Monday in June. Callahan. With the United :States: and Havana Fast .\ .EXT,

'hout when it to watermelons"lie Fall Term- ORVXOEIXJVXTY.Comity :Mail Steamer .4dairaIfurKeyWCrtIlavana' AXD
me Bits up RETAIL
Volusia, 1st Monday [iu November Cuba, on arrival of Social Train, every Tuesday WIOLE.\E d
took the fruit and went off to hunt the
It. Siimmerlin Orlando.
Jutlgt"-R. AND
shade. /VorMia/i. Brevard, 2d Monday in November. Orlando. afternoon, at 4.30 p. m. From Havana, BUTCHER DEALER; :{
Clnk-J. P. Hughey.
.n Orange, 3d Monday in November. Sheriff: Thomas! W.: Shine. Fort Reid. Cuba and Key Wtt every Saturday. Special ASDDealer in
Dado, M Monday HI December. train to connect. lee. >
TUB Demojxilb (Ala.) ..Aiwa is responsible Auettor of' Tturt-John C. Brvbon, Haw, With Steamer Enterprise, for points on the TENNESSEE BEEF: A :
for the following true story; "Our cenusa kinsville. ,SI'fCI\LTY. i.
Suwannee River, on Thursdays at G a. in. BROOM STREET
enumerator rej >rts a colored woman on t'oiiuty Ofllrerti. Collector of RL't'euI4t'-X:1t. Poyntr, Orlando. For information respecting routes rates I 'VI.\RF. ,
Martin( Rice's place 114 years old. Seeing ALACIU'A COrXTY.County Superintendent; of jScltooltJohn T. heels, etc., apply to _MMf nux.x; X.\. FLAP
that the old woman was proud of her age Fort Reid. U
Judje-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines A. O. JUcDONELL,
and her recollections of antiquity he asked! ville. !!T. JORII d, corxTY. Gen'l! Ticket and Pass: Agent.D JAMES '1a..IX. .

her some questions touching General Wash /l'rl'-J. .\. Carlisle Gainesville.SAwff (\mntyJmlyt! K. d wlKr, ?t, Augustine. E. M.ixvv-EiL. Gen'l J Supt. 21
ington's "bi>rse and the revolutionary war, ( John W. Turner, Gainesville.Asetor ; CONTRACTOR .\XI IJ U I L D E It.

all of which being satisfactorily anjw'rl..l.he : of Tiuet' -J. M. Dell, (laincsyille.CMIectorufJtt'teHtie Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine. Mil*. AX.\K CLAKKK,
said: 'Old lady, you must have 1 heard -IJ. P. Thomas Gaines Sheriff, { A.. \. ]Pacctti, Augustine.! \lachua Street, between Second }
the Roman Empire: when it fell?' 'I don'tzackly yule .Issessorof Taxes-David I. lunham St. ali ,

'member do circumstance you spoke' eriHtendtnt of .dlljJl.t-O.. Myers, Augustine.Wector: 1umn ST., BET. CESTBE.L'IIl'\, f'ERX.XIHX.' FLAP

of uovv, but I heard a mighty rumblin' noise (Jul uesyflie. < of liftvnue Jikseph }.|Llambi:1s.t. FERNANDINA FLA. -
de year de stars fell, and I spec it must a BAKER ('Ol' 'T\'. Augustine.Superintemlent. Orders and estimate'from a distance carefully -
t been dat. Things was constant fallin' dat of Srhnnl*-Thonuis A. Pa- :.attemled to. .
Jud : _
t.'uwJV John H. U'rllllonalhll'r: THE
year, an' It it fell in old North Carolina you cetti St. Augustiiie.M'MTEB.

hot your bottom rag, honey, I was dar" I'On.CIC't'l-o'. J. Items, nd"NCn. CtH'XTY. Choicest Fruits aud VegetubleN, .\ OXI-There of Amelia will be Lodge a regular No.communication -'

/tL'ri.1f-J. C. William Sanderson.Attttsvr County Jwtges-l. Ht'IIrS.ea( idy i Leesbur. A A. M.. on Mon.lay evening, August 47, +.i
i class are unsatisfactory of Tttfi-E.: O I, : Sanders ( CONFECTIONERIES: }Tl'. 22d, ;
LJTEBIKY MEX, as a JJogersou, VcriThuiuas her, Lee burjj. at 71 o'col. Transient 'n
companions. If you flatter their vanity *m, "I'riff-J.I'. Dyches, Lee&burg.of ; a frutemal "hurl.1 attend. brethren
enough to make them agreeable) ] you disgust QMectar of Jn'C'IIIIt'-lUthan1 Kennedy, .4ri.i*i' Tajrrt-Joseph) l Hutchinson, Bliss' Garden: Seeds, Flower. :Farm and I W F. W. M

yourself. Darbyville. Lc.\.':. ur.;. Garden Implements 1 tf JOHN .\. WHITNEY ICOT

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I 'VIT'YM.Y A- (''I.\UI;, N I.: W 511I,: IIIIaEI TO-DAY AM) TO-MOKROW. cm or not. Coal oil 1 is a M.lendid vermin
exterminator. 1'nt in n !small 1 watering pot
1 (Successors to J. M.( ('on1 erIli.11.FIL it Co.,) If fortune with a !smiling face and 1 give them shower of it while feeding
I II :Strew; roses on our way, waiter the fond
I t'nflnot to too much
taking ;
; ix .-----. .'-----. When shall we stoop to pick tht'mlp?
much of
will ho ill hunch
so they as a a*
r (aOIUa'I.cuun.; j A } To-day, my love, to-day posMlAc.) Nowill some reader in return
t.7 School. and 1I'i'c'lIullc'oll"!' tit Hut !'should\ she frown \\ith! face of care
_. remedy for rats? I could\ haveraided
#I 4 __ iII of give( me n
And talk
.---",, coming sorrow. chickens this season,
a treat many
, When shall we grieve" If grievec must ? hut just before they were well fledgisl 1 the
'----- I M I ,----' -'>. To-morrow, love, to-morrow invasion nnd left few
nude only a
,, ". .. 1 IJJir I N I J AND ** rats tin : -
'7 :;' I HOOKS 3 ROOKS (f1 If those vlto've wronged us own their faults, the old nail wise: one that took the' lop pole
: of the! t. ( 11. M.
:\ 'ii, .' _.. t And kindly pity pray, roo
ii'f';' : .j1 ---- { w r( --- Q T E A .11 II O AT / 1 /IJiI',1N1'I When !shall we listen and forgive ? her the information( of ourcorri! i>ondent.
I a rat renicdy taken from the Boston -
tee repeat
; '
love !
"-___, To-d.iy, inv tllll:1lIut \
tVirmiViz.. Take of old cheese ten
" "Jt; ; if stein justice urge rebuke, : ,
:STATIONEIIY; : AND FANCY GOODS; ) Ol J'3 And warmth from IUl'IIIIIrborrow, barvta; glycerine, two parts ; rarhonato of

j / Cathartic Pills ALL KINDS When !shall we chide, if chide: we must ? live part; ':\' or corn (flour, one Part,
f To-moirow, live to-morrow unit form into pifi5 or boluses of convenientsize.
The Chemist this I is death to
Charh'f !' says sure
; .1/uktly.
'or. Congress and :St. Julian :Sts.; ,
Combine tho choicest cathartic
principlesIn rats, and not poisonous to other animals in
I medicine! in proportions accurately adjusted Si 'unnali, Georglu. the ordinary sense of the word.-Xtislirill, ?
to securo activity, certainty, and ... AOIUCJUI.TlJlllL.'I'm American.
--- -
uniformity of effect. They are the result
. J(, of years of careful study and practical experiment "rlJ.'ox, ailltS &V ('0., Xo SEASICKXESS! No OCEAN DANGERS : SCAI.K: l.NsKi-r.-Z. II. Mason' M. n", TIIEKE is MONKY( IN PEAM-TH.-The peanut

, and are the most effectual remedy I Importers and Dealers inC of Apopka, Orange county, writes as follows culture\ I is: every year becoming a more inportant ;-
yet discovered for diseases caused by to the Florida Affriculturift! : business.: The New York illlieU"I'1L:4
derangement:{ of the stomach liver and in that more capital Is invested it thanever
TIn STKVMKUS The fact that the tree connection
bowels which require Prompt and effectual ;:; with other fruit-orange pnsluciug trees, is \liable : before, and tliat n number of firm in

AVER'S FILL are speciallyapplicable C <;t'.\ ONI )! {| ca'. }i iNo. CITY OF RRIDfiETO\ become diseased and !miler' from the that city make I peanuts a specialty.1 Theprospects
to this class! of diseases. Theyact
attack of insects, should not ,ll'IerIS from for the present year are announced
directly on the and digestive: restore and assimilative And 1)\"IIt1tl(. mentioning it in the newspapers\ especiallythose to be such as were never exceeded, and a

1 healthy processes action. Their extensive use regular byphysicians devoted to agriculture and fruit growing : thirty per cent larger t'roi:4\ looked for

In their practice, and by all US B.\\' :STKKCT; for fear that some might be deterre.lfrom The acreage planted is wider and grpwerhayendopted
{ ?erTHE FAST-RA:; removing to the State: and in letter methods of cultivation,
civilized nations, Is one of tho many engaging
proofs of their value as a safe, sure, and SI"n..nnh, Georgia, ---- ,.------... fruit culture. I think it I Is a duty of fruitgrowers so that instead of forty bushels! to the acre,
perfectly reliable purgative medicine. a to candidly admit that in raising as formerly, t they now commonly raise sixty! .
"EUE1'lI1.1ill : -:
{ : }} r } sendthem
'. Being compounded of tho concentrated Keep constantly. hand a good supply of __.<, ". :- '" orange trees there are drawbacks! anil dilli- sometimes"eighty bushels, and they
virtues of purely vegetable substances their celebratedMANIPl'LATEI culties to contendith, There are diseases to market In better order. Virginia I Is

they are positively free from calomel or 1.1 X E.---: which we do not comprehend, and insect the principal\ producer and the b9t, from
any injurious properties and can be administered ;V ) GUANO.-W-lf. injure our tree :Shall: we feel any t the care bestowed there. They put their

to children with perfect safety.AYER'S hesitancy: in describing them, an.lllll\lIifl'st. nuts in u revolving cylinder, which adds to
be had for fall and win-
Nothing better can SI earner C'ily of Itridgetoii, : their they are then spread Oil
ing a desire to obtain a remedy, some appearance ;
PILLS are an effectual euro for ter Price FIVE: HtL1.AHoPElt) :\ :
Constipation or Costiveness, Indigestion HAG crops, or FIFTY IH.I.HoPEl}( :\ : : TON, l CVIT. JOHN FIT/GERALD( fearful one should settle income other :State; ? revolving aprons, women 1\1111l'hilclrrn picking
Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, I railroad -:a"I1nllh.11,1 Mut each one in silence search out t the out the inferior as the nuts slowly passon.
I F.O.H. or steamer at :
Foul Stomach and Breath, Dizziness, -: Waits at Fernandina the :Monday and remedy and selfishly keep his experience to They are then carefully\ Inspected and
: for circulars certificates etc.
giving .
Headache, Loss of Memory, Numbness, I -, Thursday night Vegetable Trains of (the himself? "In the multitude of counsellors are sent to market in separate 'tmckhges1. according
:: Biliousness, Jaundice, Rheumatism, i there is safety" Act honestly and thus i to their quality. The Virginia crop
'C Eruptions and Skin Diseases, Dropsy, I FOR SAMI: ATLAXTIC( GULF & WEST::; INDIA benefit others while being benefited yourselves is estimated: at $\,XlniO) ; the price of the

Tumors, Worms, Neuralgia, Colic, AMPENINSULAR > s hard-picked is fij to flic a pound in New

Y Gripes Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Gout I :; RAILROADS!, The orange trees in our State are again York ; the ordinary finality, 4Jc a \pound.Tcnnesso .

'; Piles, Disorders of the Liver, and all ++........................... ................................+4 being infested with several species of the nuts bring 31} to :3cu pound. Now
; a other diseases resulting from a. disordered +.+ 44. leaving ('('l1tft' :Street; Dock direct for :Savannah. : scale\ insect, and for the want of a proper why do Tcnnc.s.sees bring !
state of the digestive apparatus. j i .. Passenger .! are assured remedy many trees have been lust In common Virginias{: ? Not because Tennessee nuts can.
y A DESIRARM HOTEL; i ia Savannah\ others contend with not he produced I at leant as good as those of
As a Dinner Fill they have no equal. of connection at : with the steamships with I have had to
this but feel that 1 master of Virginia, but because In Tennessee there i isnot
While gentle in their action these PILLS I +4+............... ................................ ............+++4 and trains for the North.Nloiiiiifr I I the situation pest, and now can control them.am the same care in cultivation to Produce

aro the most thorough:{ and searching cathartic i the best Because
They are carried from tree to tree by birds" : possible quality(
nan-Itl ( i
that can bo employed, and never giver :Situated: directly on the Railroad getting them on their feet, and there are sent dark and dirty to market no revolvingcylinders

a'.pain unless the bowels are inflamed and : .. .... CAIT. P. 11. WAKD: trl'l':4I" the neighborhood infested! the bl' IIIlt'l ; because the good and
then their influence is stimulate ++........ ......... ......... +4 any !
f healing. They ++ insect I found If (ttIl1fl'l.jor are all packed together withoutcare

I operate tho to appetite purify and and digestive enrich: the organs blood; they and ............1 1: IX ONE: OF} THE \I...... ...... and Leaves Saturday Centre for Street SAVANNAH Dock every, touching Wednesday. at a tree I is soon attacked I and auwhgother we wish i groves.toIII: \0 It or selection. Tennessee can make her

impart renewed health and vigor to the : I HEALTHIKST; 1'1:1'01":; FLORIDA i i I tltWX WICK, :ST.; SIMON'S: I DAlilKN: and work must he commenced at once, as the lIIi11ion11.1 n half if of the peanuts at will(least asreadily
entire us Virginia, ex'r.t'ilu -
whole system.Prepared 4+......... ............................. .........,..........+r i nonoY) ) OA.Steamers insects possession multiply, covering rapi.IIutilI the!. limbs soon: leaves get and care and skill instead of growers rough, slovenly

[ by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., For particulars address ,'lnorM..d. thorns industry.MOUTOAOISO t .
Tho first work to be done i is to manure CROW.-("apt. \\'. 11. Hardy,
Practical. and Analrtjcal Chemists. FLORIDA MIRROR, are connected by Through Tariff heavily, so as to start the t tree into a healthy Mississippi: delivered an address at Meridian
Lowell, Mass. .:J.tf Fernandina Fla. with the Atlantic, iulf \; West India Transit vigorous growth ; prune off all the' limbs some years ago, in which ho took the
t Peninsular Hailroads, and via Savannah that are badly affected, as no local application sensible grounds that tho man who mortgages
Y SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVIRTWUERB. with steaiuships for 1 Salt i more, Philadelphia will save them utter the hark becomes his crop before it I i.s produced, sells and

II. J. RAKER A" RRO., ( New York and Roston.I hard and of a reddish: color. Also (take off conveys, conditions, something that

THE FLORIDA State-ltooms:: Tickets, and all other the bonus.\ A heavy pruning of all affected does not exist ; and therefore the man who

particular, apply to the follllillggl'l1t parts und manuring will often effectually takes this risk necessarily charges for it ; he

|T AND AND IMMIGRATION COMPA'Y and Otllccs: clear the tree of the pest, as a new top soon I is compelled to do so to protect )himself; and
21'nrl'St.., Xew York, Fcrnandina, Kla.-Cupt. J. L. lloumillat, forms" composed: of healthy, rapidgrowingwood. hence the mortgage amounts simply to the

Agent, Centre St., between Hl'l'OIl.llItltl Third. \la\1) fruit-growers are depending sale" of the mortgager's Industry! energy and
opposite' : I'ulu..ki and Screven louse( My own experience leads me to adopt a the benefits of competition in trade. He can'tgo

Acre M!.\NfKAtTfRKJW OF Jacksonville, Fla.-Corner Hay and Pine threefold method : manuring) pruning off into the market and buy where he can
t Sts., Dr. L'Kngle's Drug Store; A. C. l. inhere the parts badly affected, and the application get the best bargains because! he I Is inorf paged.

]> Ticket Agent ; A. L. Ilungerford( of a preparation that will not injure the lie can't take his produce to the best market
Of the most Agent.St. tree and be destructive to insect life. In
yet and sell to him who will give the best
OR II ESTER'S Augustine, Fla.-On the Hay, It. F. endeavoring\ to ascertain what would probably price, because he Is mnrtytigeil, and thus his

ACCESSIBLE AND DESIRABLE Jb Armstrong, Agent. accomplish this object, I remember an energy and Industry are paralyzed, and at
,4i'1 1'alatka, Fla.-Lilienthal Brothers t Co., experiment made-some forty yean ago. I the end of the year he 'finds himself worth

LANDS IN TIIK Agents. had purchased some valuable hooks and about as much perhaps less than at the beginning.
OUSTAVK LKVK, wished to preserve: them from the attack of The merchant who furnishes the
General Passenger ,Agent. roaches which doing much damage to
supplies does precarious business for although
I few of creosote
my library. put a he takes a mortgage on the crop to
General Agent :Savannah, the covers und they remain uninjured be
upon raised during the present year, it is really
,At only $1.23 per acre to new settlers, with J. N. 1I.H1tDIAX.II to the present time. I made u mixture according 110 security at till ; because he takes all the

Manager. : to the following formula, on the risks flf HIM Hftfia.ttiij rains storms ..
[the privilege of selection in parcels of 40 (Under Formula of Geo. B. Forrester.) principle that the corrosive\ properties that insects. f'{c. ; besides, if tlieSe aregall favorable

acres or more. These lands: are located on suunu SCIIEDtiLE: might iniure the tree would bo modified, the he is slih l dependent upon the honesty,

fund adjacent to the line of the I insects destroyed. and the hark made obnoxious skill and industry of the mortgager; and al
Tit K $STE\MKKS so that if ones should
I any young though he may make a handsome profit on
'Q ; Pronounced by Orange Growers the very ,. escape they would find no place on which to his advancement: in nine cases, he may loseit
ATLANTIC, GULF AND WEST; INDIA I .----*. r---- attach themselves, und therefore perish. The all on the tenth case.

{ ST. JOINS } { CITY: poi.vrjWILL } mixture is composed of soft soap, three
TRANSIT CO.'S R. R., table- IN the wheat berry the epidermis seed!
quarts half a pint kerosene one
... ; ;
skin gluten ctlliayer and form about
These should be frequently germ
sjxionful creosote.
Rent Manure COB the Orange Tree : 8 of
per cent tho entire weight. The remain.
or per cent., U the largest percentageof
with the mix this with water until
llantie 1 to CEDAR KEY, on the Gulf coast, sufficiently soap thin; to apply with a brush on Hour that can ever l ho obtained by the

[thus affording to the producer cheap con- leaves, limbs und all parts effected. I have most perfect: machinery. If we include the

; [!ant: und rapid transportation to the best made two applications of this mixture, germ the, which flour some millers say is beneficialto
though deteriorating Its color
about eight months intervening. I find a
, ,.yet fmarkets. FORRESTER'S COMPLETE MANURES few cocoi upon my trees now. They are several per cent must bo added to the above.Or .
x The! belt of Country traversed by the Transit .
leave brought from a number of neglected trees ina
Fernandina for Jacksonville
TO .-Following Is
R. R. which\
embraces will make
Palutka and intermediate! landings I. grove adjoining my own, I Is the full official text of the recent act for
it the least
'j on the St. John's River und Savannah necessary.to use preparation at the relief of settlers on public lands as it

> ;,. EVERY VARIETY OF SOIL and Charleston folows : once a year.Other applications are recommended, and finally passed both houses of Congress, re-

kbe FOE EVERY F.taw CHOP, From Fernandinu may, no doubt, do good. Some as grease the approval' of the President, and
found in the State, a large proportion u/Hll1ll't, which I do not cure to use, destroy appear in the next volume of the stat-
t FOIL JACKSOXVILLK:; : A.VI PA LATK.t, by filling their breathing organs, while others utcs. direct p pecuniary value to manycelved
being! peculiarly adapted to the culture of hundreds
of settlers in our section: of the
excluding them from the at-
Six I.TROI'IC'\ FRI-ITS and 71'1JoltY; : WKIXliSIAY.-n5;:; I country and important also to be understood
Early Vegetables <<
Prepared on scientific principles to produce nosh,huere, smother then, And' others may
4'- F and The Ltiryt, Coinjmct/ Bodies of Timber act special or make the balk so by all persons interested. In land matters ingeneral.
From Fernandina,
'r |'iaaku thehc lands worthy ofCAREFULLX. u large yield per ucre.Aix disagreeable!: that' the young will not attach .
dD11JtT101 FOR SAVAXXAU A+o ('UAItLKSTOX, themselves to it and starve to death, 1. When a preemption homestead
: by manufacturers of LUMBER a
s,. Here is! one remedy that bus been highly or timber-culture claimant shall file u
r ,i.p' XVVAL STORES. ;EVERY; : J.'HIIUtSS; written rclinoiiishiru>nt tit his Hnlm lit the
siMjken of und which I Intend to give a fair -
local land( ; ;; :
trial. It is the tomato vi lit'. The; methods office: the land vmty such
Close conncdion made with steamers for claim
shall booj>eii to settlement and
XEW; SETTLERSfPurchasing ; > DEILKKS i.v und proposed are to hang the vines III the tree entry
Mellonville Enterprise, also with t-tcam- without further
action on art of the
or to maverate them in water and use it as a
for Ockluwahu Itivt-r also at Savannah lung
ers ; Commissioner of the general ofllce.
; wan ,
Whale oil 1 is mended
,.t'v land from this company are fur. I'HUnOIICUIrUlUI.: : HI'; IIe.J15HULl'JlAn with .t'aniersfor New York, Philadelphia, by those.who hitve .give n highly ita trial corn, and several .Section 2. In all cases where any person
1I01>ton ll.iltinioreund at Charleston with box contested, paid the land ofllcc fee and I Il'fUcur'tl
4-1 hetl with entire free pang: on the Tear steumers for New York Hultiinore ]>ersons have informed me that they :
: AMMONIA.NITRATE. the cancellation! of any prccimw
have been
successful in
j Bit Railroad for family and ]personal effecUrto an solution of
the, station nearest the land >urchased.rTTf.K ; SODA, liriu Kuilrouds\: for routes :North lust; and, with a brush.potash upplving it us awash shall be notified by the Register of the land!
West.FIIWTCLAiW. otllcc of tho district in which such land
COMPLETE, being derived by The scale of the insect may remain for a
J. SUPER PHOSPHATE LIME, 1'\-: sJ-\'OIm: .\('('011)10. considerable length of time after they lire situated of such uucollationuiid! shall beallowed
: .i grant from the United States and
purchase thirty day from the date of such
I DATIONS. destroyed. but when the trees begin to make
: : "fym 5 the State of Florida.COitlEPONDENCE. SULPHATE OF l'UT.HII.XrrHAn a Kipi'i growth the scale are often forced off I notice fo enter said lands; provided, that
Through Tickets and Staterooms"' "f..curt..lalll and hang in patches. I reiterate the statement said! Register shall be entitled to a fee of one

; SOLICITED. ; OF I-OTASH. all infuriiMtiou furni .htdatfli'e, corner (tat I believe it to he a necessary procedure dollar for the giving of such notice! to be-
cube and N't" /lIl"trt.tK.2O1y ) that local application will only afford laid by the contestant, and not, to be meported. -
(Descriptive MAPS and riKOfLARs mailed on __ l.. A. NOYKH.A. ._ .
MURIATE OF POTASH tcmj-orary relief, unless! the tree is started
[application.a II. \OYKS, into II healthy, vigorous growth; by judicious Section 3. That any settler who-Bcttied.
CHAS. W. LEWIS, manuring or who shall hereafter settle on any of the
public lands of the United! State, whether
Land Commissioner.Office / 1 ROCBIt AND HHIP CHANDLKK, CIKK FOR THE CHICKEN ('uoum.\-A mix.ture surveyed or unsurveyed with tho intention

[ cor. lUwh and SeVenth Sts. SULPHATE OF SODA, wale of eonal i parts of red Irt-pjxruliim, of claiming the same under the homestead

..116-tf, i>E.\ir.it ix: rosin and nulphur. Feed a taMl'tl'flJJ\fullli\ laws, shall U- allowed the time to file a
Strictly Pure Ground 11011('. three pints of scalded nieol daily. HcVt'raltiJllt'lo homestead application and perfect bin. lIrig.I .
a HORACE DREW. IroviMioiiM, Liquors, tllr.AC.E.NT I have had this dreaded.
,' r malady to inal entry III the United State Land OfMtv,
hold high carnival among: my fowls, defy. I an! is now allowed to settlers under the preemption

Wholesale and Retail I ron 11. F. AVERY & CO.'a Pi/.wn. ing many remedies until I tried the onettiven. ( laws to 'put their claim on record,
L Our circulars give full particulam and! ar"malll..l It will not but .
Is- I only cure, preventthe smut, till right shall relate back to the date
wr ***** free to all applicants. They will in. disease. It makes the fowls healthy of Hcttleiuiiit, the Mine as if he settled un
m OOKS, STATIONERY. terest you It you are interested in Agriculture CEKTKE KTEEET, brightens their }plumage, und is luitrueltdas der the preemption( Jaw.!'

or Orange Culture. 15fiinDr. all uJ'J>l'ti.ltr. haw taken the chickens .
And 11I'SiC, &! tf rKUXAXDIXA: ..\. after the disease has entered tile system an,1they THE Supreme (?urt of the .State of New

ARTHUR C. FORD, -- --- begun to droop, und fed them on York hus decided that 'J; O.'Ayer Co., of

'l 'i 6U WEKT BAY STBET, WM. II. ('. DI'IIYKK; dough containing the mixture, awl they Lowell, have the solo right: to ue the words
TTVEXTIsT, would recover. Though the disease Is aggravated Cherry Pectoral for a medicine and I has
GIN: EItAI; COMMISSION )l.U'HAXT.; by drinking too much water, >Issued( an I/ljulldlollagalnst F. V. Rushton: ,
PJACKSONVILLE, o 0 FLORIDA.lIuuUH Fourth St., bet. Centre sail Alachua, should\ have It in limited quantities This of New York City for selling RushtonV

CfxtuK .ST., naB I:. K. DkKrr; mixture is a good tonic for cikkt'n! s, and if Cherry Piiioral or Cherry Pectoral Lozenges ;: -

49 t( FERXAXDIXA, FLA. fed to them occasionally they will always/ be or any U-MJ of the name to leceive the
t FEUXAXDIXA, FLA.IIuj healthy, I if keep. the hen-house properly public. ThU. decision of the high court
JOI1 PRIXTIXG in every style, and at clean and free from vermin. If this u not includes all dealers who sell similar\
Fdrfkhool u Npeeiuily. Sr lowest rates, at the MIKKOR office. -, t'orii, Oat,. done any
will die
they whether they have chol- articles.-/V/ J JferlQ a, L. I., Lett*If r.

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LOCAL RILIJ4 E C'1t1ONS. A nile llli-er-------Thc-SI.---.1farYfit.--- Men Whn Jtenefll Florida 1'rlntn
FlflrilllI'cb, and live to of clats Prints' worth !0 cents: ( atlowUrl ,
.f Florida I Is )particularly well suppliedith' : energetic men \ case fir--t- : for Constables, end i..Jltllt "dull
= I river navigation. accessible by water all develop her resources. :Many of (this class just received( at J. A. '1'. K\'I11 ii u'. ann, entitled 10 one ('on-tahle,\ forevery
.tJ.oo A settled within. her borders the .. III tJie
have during
EAU; $1.00 fOIl SIX MOXTUS. -- --- --- --- two hundred registered Voters
around its long line of ea-const. The interior
pastjdecade' ami many more contemplate For Jtrnt.olirstilas PrwMctl honn-er, that no countyshall
) Harden Seeds. also I Is permeated, with navigable streams' coming !OOOI111I1I11 this etatMI Ir. F. De-]) T\\' *dwelling-houses I : i in I borough county\ have; more than twelve Constables<; yet

which are being cI'an'clottt and made accessible Hurry of Enterprise: deserves especial! men repair, in irood neighborhood! and especiallydesirable : that each ('lIunthaH be entitled to at IC':1't:
Ji 12. Mcddaugh has. received large assortment with the growth of population. The tiOl) He came: to the State! in 170; () and )purchased as !summer residences.: :Stables: : two Constables, regardless: of the number ol ,

of Henderson's! garden seeds; and fa a place: near Enterprise, bordcrimr on would be, provided, if required. Apply to registered voters.
:St. .Jola,, :,'! River has many Iriltttrlnw, \ 1 Lake Monroe, and engaged ( 'apt. W. H. IIf thcIntc:: of
tl anxious to sell'euI. I'I.OIUII'lvws iMriiovr.MKNT: : : COMPANY.Opposite ; \\'mItt.\1: : !' the legislature I
. tmt ._ % reached; by the smaller, claw! of !steamboat'! Watson a gentleman of line judgment! and ( ) Kinnont: lintel\ l Florida, of .\. n. li"jj'. did) dl'tl'rluillt' 1 h y a .

; II-la Trees.- -- The Apalacliicola, the Suw.uinue, the Escambi.i excellent hiisinc-s I' i qualiiiruti I ions, to :superintend :> -- vote If a majority of all the I1H'lIIbcrs clyctcdto' :, ..
1 planting, t! gro\e.f 1I Watson went to of the ilou"I''' thereof, that it is: Ill"
Wanted Once each
1 The West is: now coming to the front with the ( 'hoct whatrlli\\ all being work energetically' ( and as a result of his labors aP|; revision of the entire

big trees. Will somo of our Florida men i visited: by !steam. The interior lakes are Mr. IeHarry' now lias one of the time :50\ barrels: Florida :Syrup.aoo \ Constitution(canaryto! cause tit'sti.l: ::n l lIatl:: \ and t did,I entersuch I
lil1l'.tI'II"l'. in the State: The consists : / bushels Seed: }Potatoes.'
t !send us! the size of some' of oiir'big' pines! No made t parts of connecting rlllllC'1III1Intll'nrtii / with about grove thousand .\ II. NoVFSSTO'1'i'i determination; upon their respecti \
: sixty-live acres :a and nays: .
accessible.One with the :
of the Country wale] : journal: yeas
oaks mid
other monarch- of
nut forest Luke -
;! trees now in bearing. It frulltcClI1 ; to the Legislature"
1 of the rivers! best ]known byname is ...I.I-'IO\: and did refer same
-- :Monroe ; the ground near the lake 1'4lc\"cI. : OS' : then next to be chosen; and, whereas, the
Advance fu f team ship 1.'rlollls. least! known to strangers' and but slightly; t but a little ways brick' : it rises gradually to a JL' --. Legislature i of aid :State then next chosen ,
ri The agents of the Charleston steamers, them to Floridiant) The !:.it. Mary's lliver. forming heinht! something like hundred,l feet Tu; ult nml tn'ni/tilar/ / ti? ...?""f'ritt',;./; the, f-tittr firrlm'io ;) to wit: the Legislature I oh'.1,1).1$7l), did\ by
this eminence there I is a magnificentresideucr ,!,, elected. to eachhouse
rpon ;
( :Savannah and Mallory: \ Lines', have: given the boundary between (Georgia; and Florida majority: of all the members
modern D. ht(1NL11fce-( ( :
\ with all\ the improve) K ,,0\\ \1 I:, that I 1,11' : to such" pioposed' revision
notice that after the t 10th; of Augn-tthe rates lies' out of the usual route of travel, and ments. Mers.. Wallace, and Ca.slien( of this,\ retary of State:: of the State:: of Florida din and. whereas, !a:>.rce the Legislature; of ll'j!) dill)
linttin) will he restored, to the tariff of 1877, whkh has never 1,1'1'11tran.h.t route./ A few mills city, are now enareil;; ; in making addition heiel'iy notify all and, singular the :Sheriffs: of by resolution; duly: passed, recommend to, the
t't to it at a eo it to the owner, of over two. thousand the seVirul\ ; ( 'uunties!! of the State:: of Florida, next election for the members:
I is
: forty per: ('out. al"ove the rales now in on I the liver have. been shipping lumber' ejectors: of tile
,dollar"\ Not far 1'1'011thl' margin of that tll"oto for:, or against a
force. This will he disagreeable: : : news tow and 1 occasional I has been on its wa of the<< Legislature I
; an tug the lake hilL large sulphur: spring, with convenient A i'iicra1 Election: t Convention, and) did thl'I'I'inlr\\'itle and ih- I 4

shippers and merchant: *. luthing-hon.-es: and from which. that the Secretary:; of :State should incurpornte I
ters.The general progress' of improvement in water i< forced, into\ a tank upon) the erliinoncenelm Will be held,) in each County in Florida reel with the notice of the General Klee-: I ,i

S4 I f ', CUnWlolUV; of Florida. our t State seems now about to reach: this. "region the, dwelling! I by tlmealdofaniml from this tank ONTTF.SDAY J :: NEXT: : :SCt'isla)1Nt'I'llli'UNI' ( : ) ; ,: thin to hi' held in the year: 1$80, n notice ot' I I "
1 We arc l indebted to the learned author, mill ahda liydrmlir ram ; such recommendation), with I<< proper tnstruwtivut !
ali The newI'tyrrost: liailrond: ) water Is rnnveye'l by underground \pipes to : MONDAY(( ) ) IN NOVEM- as to the mode, of compliance withuch I

f.,. Kenworthy, for valuable pamphlet on crosses! !! the river! about the head.] ,,1' navigation all parts (of the grave! which is kept\, in the HllR: A. D. ISM: ). recommendation; i

the climatology of Florida, both in itself t: above Trader's Hill, the river being I most) perfect oi'ler( and is in a most! tlourNi- i ial.1 \m; therefore notice of such 1''OIIC'nt.otlnll
i cOIloIh'rcI1I\1Hl1'lIlIIparcll, to that of Minncsola lug condition. \h II'. DelS.irry) has also purchased The suid, Tnesil.iy: being the second! day ot is i hereby given, and the following II' .
deep and navigable from Trader's Hill to the htnrke III (Ile f, vicinitywhich .
: prove saute l November' given as to' the mode
4 and .other of the worlIt\ is a !> are
/ parts four Ilrrioll'4 lC'rl'ln'
the sea. Within the past year the pleasant: contains Iwd1I'l'l'\ and has i :
viiluablp work, and calculated, to be, of jf'uthcnel told, neat little steamer) Hum, (.opt\ Richardson hundred t".;trot";! trees. In addition to the Fora, t Governor. and Lieutenant! ; t Governorof ; ('ll'lall'el"ctor( ,ll' T''nllll'ndatiol to vote at ldl
t to 1 health-seekers and to Florida., invlstuicnfsubnvcuictttioncd'mlrs IieHarry! I the State: : of Floiidj?and! for Four Electors : 111' of 'lrinl I OI''lti'ln.lha1\\
has plied regularly from Fernandma to some years: ago;: purchased the I'h'ullll'r1'1/. of President! and Vice-President. of the have 1:1\01 on 1 the same' ,
printed hnlllt
The LeCnnte 1'ear. Trudl.'r'tlili.' carrying the l'nitl',1latt'1, : .11.! Ilinl! which under the (command the l'nitp.l'tlltt'I: ; on wbi wl'jttt111,'h the names\ of > pel-mi. or |>( .tII'4"oll'
mail, and touching at all the various landings genial:; ('lIfttaillhllw.: and the able nun.igcinent : I'arout 1 Representathe: : (,(I' the.. First. Congressional for for ofiVc tit tutees at said election
2frs..lnnieinkereceivedatao: \ iguwentof of general agent, ) District) of Florida. in the I Forty- \ any
with the t'aptitinViitwitt" as : and on the same I
on tlieriScr. This i proximityof w ttl1.or printed
this fruit from O'orgia.I\II,1; has presented proved :such) a !success: I that it led Mr. DeUarw ) I. seventh' Congress i>f the Tnited States ; 3l' such names written or \
{ the Mirror with line( sptcinu'nvofit As theyare (the railroad will give the, people\ within to make further investments: : lie owns For one 1 Representative' of t the :Second side IhC'reol, as : on the other Ire side.( the.words I

not IJU t1\l'\ ell tly mellowed\ to warrant reach of the river facilities fur travel and the HUM, and has another steamer: now hr,- Congressional: I Disttlct 'nr Florida, in i I the a (nHll11t( ; and any elector desire) : a\ .
yet constructed, Wilmington.. !IM., which Forty-seventh Congress( of the( Tinted States:\ 1"11
transportation\ ( by sea! from Fermindinu, or / lug to vote ngaint !such a (COln'ltil.ohal! '
!' thl'I1we cannot, just! yet upon
eating pass is to he delivered in Jacksonville' 1st of lIe-l
) rail from Trader's Hill. :Saw-inilU of considerable .\1111011 tl'l'olIlIl'la\, a 'General Election hare written or printed 1'\'h ,
( oi
by : '
their merits ns to quality The fruit is large cember.\ This 'boat will he of iron lou feet will be held. the side, tlmereot'al'uye prescribed' the wpll., ,
capacity arc now in operation titSt. with all the modern ',
\ long, improvements'\
and fair, and bids fair to bo a \ ".\itittnst a ComenJion.: I
'1 t. Mary's( tcrtnantmvn1'outrttu: King'sFerry and is to he .ipahlc of making; fouiteen t In the County( E.-cambia: : for Senator: NOTE.-Nothing herein is intended) to prevent ,
} ([uisition, to this region.: I __ and Orange HUilF. The upper partof miles: per h"ur.'IIC': will have' acconimodatiou4 from, the First :Senatorial:: District: ; 11l'J'dor! who may desire to vote t furor r'
I lor !oi \ |Iy-fol\ tirst-classpassengersand' : In the t County of( Jackson for i a Senator: but may not intendto '
Cotton Seed. the river i is very favorably; :situated for will bis! the iinest 1 boat' ever' put' upon the from the! Third, ('IHlljrilIIJi-lri't: : : vote again'st for u COI\"eltiol.! for : .ml'l. fr"l 3;

,. Actual experiments have shown'almost; to vegetable and fruit-raising. which could I hp{. route between this city and. Lake Monroe..finH'Unnrllfc ; .- In the Counties( '' Callioun" and\ Franklin voting on t the any Convention person (1II't"lI.any but no '

,a literal demonstration: that the seed from a carried, on together. t'iniiii. I for; a Senator:; from the Finhl'l1ut"rial: District elector i is: to be Pl'I'llIill'.l' tl'otl' tor than

"J//, halo of lint cotton: put back on the land. I The 1'lvfti leaves l Fcrnanilina, t on :Mondays( In ;the Counties of Liberty I and 1 Waknlla one ballot for otlleo on and plea oj'voting j for u both Conven h persons

\. which proltH'l'.IItI"! worth as much as n fer I and Thursdays: : at >H a. m., for her throtl.thtri4 ) .IlgolnlutenIs. for II Seiritor:; : from the Seventh: Senatorial:; tion. ballot 1 should iigainst be received! 1

tilizerus\ (ho lint 1 is: inasmuch a.s the land \ to (Calico Hill, and returning next iliyat : (ieneral; .1..1. FilllerlnJ"r; A. .1. Kus-ell: DiMrict, ; from 011'\\'tor Ol' at such election. '

t r'l will feel the influence of the fertilizer for :1 \p. lit., gives Ii'l'rr pleasant: : excursionup I lion., (l'. I'. Cooper, (humerai1'ut: boring, In the County of JelfersiHi; for Senator: 2d. 1't1 votes. cast I on this question shall ;,.
worth .\ :St.: (Cliiir-Abrams: huh, other Iicmocratif (from the Ninth'Senatorial: DHritt) ; be canvassed and declarations: and returnthereof
the river which is veryell visiting: ,
1 !several seasons: besides doubling yieldthe a In the County( of Hamilton for, It :Selittmt'Proem : ; 1 shall be made by the Inspectors! and) (
t first year after it ii used.\ and l which is bound to become well known speakers! will address, the \people' at ''lie follow : the Eleventh: Senatorial District : by (County Canvassing: Hoards' : and the :State: 1
:31 t If \this: is !so, I Is it not unwise for a planterto and, well "1.ttllln the \progress( of (time. Wehave 'ing places!! : In the County of Alacliiiii for a :Senator' (Canvassing, Hoard in the, same 11111'1 and i

sell his ,need ? often thought people made\ agre.it mistake Orl.llloI"ug",1 t :21!I, Tuesday.Ap"pki from' the Thirteenth: :Senatorial; .Distriit: ; at the same (times, as votes cast for I persons 1 i
in going into the interior in I search of : (City, August '.'."), \1'eslne.day.1laillhml In tliet'ounty of Hrudford: \ for a_ Senatorfrom : for edicts: nt said! election< and) required,l bylaw '
Flft'l'ilthI'Itlto..iallli: ltr l't
the : : !> ; ,
( be declared 1 and
llou'eU'/f .Clt'slI'r" 1)h''dOl'Y for lands. no better, than those which are obtainable : August B..id.IIII..t Thursday.: tlihi'l or Fort / :27, Friday.KnterprNe I
f ; INtiO. at less: price, Nassau, Duval) and') other : \, August. '.>-t, :Saturday. 11''tim the :-1'\"l'II; t'l'lItlaIl'lIlIlol'lal: District ; law requiring them to cause a .rdlll'II"i i

Tliutwelftli annual Issue: of this work haw, counties! which tJlt'rn\ ; ; through. Woodstock Orange! (City, August;: :ISO.: Monday.Volusia III the; XilIf'tl'l'1I1hIt'llatorial1 County( \ of :Marion for>i a trid Senatorfrom : election to be published: in I

r been received. It contains a large amount localities August ::11 Tuefd.iy. \ the ; printed in the county', if thlrl.lle I l
and fora
King's! Ferry are pleasant In the Counties if' Dade\ and Hrevanl
of information of value to all who publish, !Paytona, :September' :!, Tia 1I1' llay. ( : the! county ; and' if be no paper published J
the river and we have: no doubt) many: Senator: from the Twenty-first :SenatorialDistiiet I shall tit least '
on (Crescent City, :Sejitemlper I .1.J :S.itiml.iy.1'alatka in the' county, they: cause:
as well as to those who desire to( advertise: thriving settlements will grow up in time.Fcrnandina :September'" fl.! Momlav.Wilaka ; five copies\ of this notice to be pOlil'll11 the '.

In, newspapers.! From Its statistics we learn will naturally :share with St.iEary's :Septeuther'i1'edntsday., : In the T"I'IIIthir,1l'latllrilllllj..trld County\ ..Suniter,:: : for 1 Senator:: most public llll'I'il the (loot:).
: ;
In the Tinted Toeoi, :September 9.! Thursday.St. : from the Ix T.TUIOXY'IFltEO.. I have hle.
that there are now published\ \
) in the business: for this river population In the Walton I\!: Senator: ;
County\ hand have hereunto
set :
i l : .\II I\ lhi"l'Ph'IIIIJl'r !9.> at night: IIlt. my :11
States:; and Territories 0,723: : newspapers' \ andmagazines from the Twellh'.lifthl'lIl1t..d:: l District' : U UI
I and if sufficient: / inducements weregiven linen Cove, September 10 t. Friday.Middlchurg : Util'Ctil'\ (On'at111: of the "
*' thirty-eight; of which are published a much l larger trade\ could, be established :Seiitcmbcr l.'J: Monday. In the (Counties\ : of folk and' Manatee for" :State Flol'Ila. at Tallahassee"
includes\ weekly a Senator:: from the Twenty-seventh :Senatorial : r..t.J] the the fourth of f
in Florida This daily with Northern\ (Georgia; :Mand.irin, :September' I Tuesday.: [ "apilll day
k District : t t I D. I$0.1V.I.11LtNii.iM. .
} l'atinll' 1' it tsburg, September' }:i. Wednesday.
,! monthly ami bi-monthly plI,1 In the County, ill'1'mltl"ia for a Senatortrom : \IgU"t. 1
: 1 >, 1Ccdncsuay.1'ellun'
The work neems to be compiled with care, (J(Hl n 18'"OSII I\'CI;. .Mavport' Hluir Septemlier,: :September, It!, Thurs'ilay.Fernandina : the TWl'lIt".lIll1lhl'IHltorlaIIJi" :; ; tl'ld ; 5li-tu Secretary of :State.MALLOUY'S -.,

: and is f well gotten mechanically.To In the (County' of-tJ"hll.foor:: a :enator .---- -- ------- -----
; up :Se 'tember 17, at night. !
c [ :
remarks in last -li Senatorial 1 District..On i .
llilttar/; .1Uj'Your I'til lahut ; I :: t from. the Tlalrr : I
-- -- :September IX. Saturday.King's \ r
issue about seed oil to the point the saute! /1:1Illt election wl1.111.1.1\ '
cotton are ; I .
I Ferry, September: 2O, Monday.Haldwin '
I ,.. be Ueprlnted. I in the County of Madison.! constituting the 1'I. : MM:
: .
exactly. We stock f farmers are obliged to < :September' 21, Tuesday.Miss Distiiet) for Senator to
Mr. J. Whltner's articles 1111 Fall unit1'intcl' ,' Senatorial: a f;
pay nearly $:'W per ton for the meal, if we (ill the vacancy occasioned\ by t the resignation $
\ Gardening ",11bQ reprinted the NFII, the well known act of Hon. Dennis h: who was elected Only Ulrt.t Line to XU York.
use it, and this high price\ deters' ns! from one : : !SOS, resilied iguu
r Mirror) next week, in addition to a. considerable :. could\ ull'ord fiuldenly and 1 very tuysteriou I ly inParis :Senator; for the( term .of four years, at the
of the best of
I quantity of matter compiled by :Mr. privilegesu ., France, a few days si nee.MAltlXK. \ ( h'lIl'raIEIt'I'llon held ,Ill the dirt' Tuesday 1j.
Place flirt the Tuurhtaml I Immigrant t the publication $25:! even for meal per ton, but your figures after the first t '!I"lItlaof. November' A I P.l iL&s 1
make it less than $:!.'i. 1'nnltsandynfbushels: 178 l ;
of which was postponed unavoida of cotton seed are sent from Florida each In the (County of Duval constituting the
lily Of this issue there will be printed I a Eighteenth: :-I1'lIatl1l'inllli..trid.) for Senator:; 1
i doing just a.s: Randolph\ said ot the fort of Fernnndlna.IIK.II .
year '
large extra edition fur circulation in the to, till the nlC'alll'01'1'11..10111..1: 1\ the resignation :
Northwest. The articles by Mr.: [ Whituer) Virginia tobacco IIIt'JI-1Iarn.tillg up our \TKlt. of Hon.( 'J. II ittrkteShu) was TIm FINK: : STEAMSHIPS: i

soil' and sending it away." And now for a :Saturday: August :21? ...... xU: t .\. +t I. !tt>::0n(> I'. M I. (,11'.1I1'nlltor. : for tin term of four year\*, at n'ESTERN: TIXAS.
.I have been called\ for by people in widely We )have of land along the Sunday; ; 22....... !tI:2i>:: !9 I M2: I the ( ieneral; I Election held" on the first Tuesday 1
separated localities-one of the last! calls being query. acres <: Monday: 23!: .....10.U.5 10.21::! after the tint. Monday of %November ..1.I 4.PT.. HIN1CS, i

I t from Ihll'ngo-un.I: we hope the extra Transit Hail road that are exactly similar to Tuesday. 24: ......10:4.1 lltt:: :' I II.) I ism*; ('ITY OF U.IS.1' ,

them lands in Spain, Italy, and. I'alotine that are Weilnesilay\ 2';>......112H; ( I 11:47: In the (Counties of Taylor and ifayetle I ('. RISK.NK !
\ .
containing :
the Mirror
I edition of may noted for tlic growth of that famous' oil-nut '1'1111.,11'I. : (....... ...... <11:1'': :i constituting: fie) Twelfth :-1'llIItorlall1llitrkl.; ) '
reach every ono who may desire: to have of feel l Friday, ::7...... lJa.i": 1t.: i!)1" for a :Senator fill the vacancy omisl.incdby : of the above :Steamers: leaveFernandina
and to wi
the olive us disused:
some : O
them. the, death of lion.:. 31 McAuley." who" : \ for/ New York Friday
-.- --- -.- try the olive If we could, but get the I start. .\KKIVKD.August : was: elected :Senator: for the term of four (to suit the tide). every

h? Sfed -Where to Jet Them. Who has: tried it? What nursery has plantsfor : U-:Sch. XillteMurCollyCharles: year, at the General; ) Election held on the. This line, having no tr\"fl'l to make
'first Tuesday tactthe tint Monday( of November
T It 'Js well known that some localities are sale:? I'lea.-e enlighten ns IlIhlullil'; ton.
: seed and others .".no TKMiV: .r."To.phll"Iidt' n August; : It--Il'lI.: II. .1. Uillfy! Lliu-kln, A.'D. 1S7S;
favorably fur producing good In the ( 'awitytit' Iiillsbmmnghemu-tit; lit.
1 : ; Fin,, Atitj.! inh. l'ha rll'!'>tull. : District for 1"11'11'I) I
out It U generally\ admitted that wo Auiriist, 1(5(;--S\-h. lAinto\ Mntlnnj, :Stetson, hug the ThlrlllthI'llutorial: t a
cannot safely trust our own vegetable seed. Archer.Splendid New York. :Senator; t to fill the vacancy occasioned Loiwho'n b\' the ; :
J.1'. !
of Hon.) was
Cain-I resignation; ::
)7-Brig IltIJl'Cllt', Copeland: ,
Peter Henderson, a well-known seed man, : weather lately, but little rain elected :Senator: for the term of four years, at

t t gives his opinion 11.4 follows\ : during the last weekand tour rice men have dent August, Mo. IS-S. S. t'ttynf; IhMtf, Risk New- the General; 1'dlol111,1:" ,) on the fin>t Tuesday Yegetables and Fruits will receive special tare

Cucumbers-the best!! gruwttIlliuuivnndallchigan 1JN'1I"l'rr busy. York. after the first /IolltlalIt'. November ..1.I I (' m handling.PASSKNdKtt: .

Most[ I of our merchants absent, getting; August 18-Urls"; Autrrican 1'uiotI'ollhns. D1S7S.And I .in each of the respective (Counties 11fthe :\Im II11. .:! :
( Hefts-New Yurk,1 Pennsylvania allll'un. goods fur a big trade.Cotton August 10Sch.7ii.I! \\ !. l-nry, Itoiid Net :State; a General; Election for: its: constitutional 1.1.-
( ntvtieutlaugel: ; WurUel anti !Sugar Herts \prospect much better than MO au.tklpah..ll"llIIc York.; number of members of the ( ;\'\I'nll.b"l'lIIl.lr. The traveling puMJe are otlercd. the advantages .
to wit: of a 1.IN11'I'f1IOUT:
1 laer
abroad. ILKVUKU.August : .
from weeks No caterpillar us ,
ago. ANY: ( \ ( > tiuns made litJUl'kII'il'
lparUIUiI'W! Jersey. I
along shore. of Adamcolored York. :Santa: Rosa! county two; St. John's, and
little child
.\ Toby tn UI'k1nvaha.
August 10-Sch. R. II, HttrriiivM, Pillsbury Walton county two/; Indian Rivers and with Railroad .
B.unMw York Pennsylvania, Miehi- Tnl
months crawled into tire last
aged eight a New York. Holmes 'UllItOIlC\ ; at Fernandina for all railroad stations
i 1 'glen\ anal Wisconsin.Poh week, and was burned I to death in a few August, 17-Sch. Edith L. ,*ere, New Washington county: one; in Florida
Heuns Middle Atlantic States York Franklin county one:; \
minutes.' The mother \llld' the premisesa J'
S August 17-:Scb. Carrie U'ttlter, WiIIl'Xl' .\ 'ulhoun county one; FREIGHT AND PASSENOKll RAT1S
-- short time for a bucket of water, and returned three :
York. Jackson county ;
Weevil In Corn.Hefore \\ AS LOW AS RY INDIRECT LINES,
-t to find t the babe dying. August IS-Sch, L'lutrlie Ruck, French, Liberty county one; ,

the war a planter on the St. John's Uncle Job Noblack, a well-known colored Wilmington;: Delaware.School. Wakulla county one; jJfl-Through Rates and hilly of Lading j
Liver annually raised from 10,000 to 15,000 I I httl.lclIl'uUUl three; to all pt'ints. % *
man,died, full of years, yesterday. four :
bushels of ,,,}m. He( bad u corn-house built Public XoUt.t' l.eon county ; For i>aviage or further' information apply)
Political affairs very quirt.Harometer Jefferson: county I four; to
of heavy timber, aided with two-inch plank a.eruJt'lIgu t 110u.. m., A general examination of 'public !schoolteacher Madison county three; It.1'. SOUTinVICK, Agent,
jointed close, two doors on cither fide large will be held in school) room No I, Taylor county one; Fernandina.C. .
29.OM ; 2 p. in., ?\\.tl:! ; 9 p. m., 29.1(05.Thermometer : ( .
.t enough to drive a wagon in. This. house Feniandina, Wednestlay, the 1st Sopteni- Hamilton county two; H. MALLORY & CO.,
The average, August 1107a. her, itunmencing at !0 ti mlot k a.: in., and at Suwannee county two; Pier Eat River, New York. 2-tf

watt tliurutighlyltamrlandewept. cornwas m., 75" ; 2 pp. m., WJ"; 9 1'. m., 78. Callahan on the following Saturday All Lafayette county one; ---2)- ----- ---- --
harvested and taken to the house: in teachers, who wish to obtain certificates, arc Columbia county three;
in all hours.
Ruin: every day thirty-six!! G. AVKHY,
August and September, Before the first J. t'. N.Key earnestly requested to attend one or the other Alachiu county four; .
West.Editor of thcM' public t>' mlnslltllHl.I I Levy county two;
load wa deposited' lime was I sprinkled ont '
W. .\. MAIIOKET, Bradford
county two; I
he floor j inside partitions divided space into I ./ ,.,.",.:-Weather bad ; much rain. I :Supt. of Nt')hook. Clay county one;

bins. The corn as brought was put in and The thermometer to-day at 12 1 m. stood 14 -- B.1ll.'r'tllluh' one; T VERY: AND VOAKPINi; $T.\H1.1: .

leveled. say four feet high, then leaves of in the shade. I prick, Nassau county two; 1J

the I'rtdeof India tree scattered on surface, There is. con..iderable. trouble (lit the IMditiral Lime, Vmont, Duval county four; C.tIU4IAGF.'ANI) WAGONS
I St. Johns county two; .
lad another tier of corn spread and leaves waters, Republican colored voters having Plaster Yohisiii" county one; To and from Steamers and Train,

i added, continuing until the hole crop was waylaid) and beaten M..y'ntll.111m..ll1l'nwho Hair, Orange county two; CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETO.: "
housed. The duors were then closed I anlullh. have joined the Hancock and Englishflub. Putnam l.'uIlI11)0. ; .FOBLE :

opened to take out corn as needed. Xo vtt- Much( excitement prevails. throughout .titst-Jtecelredff l ; Sumter Marion county county two two;; iItI.F.S.. HrG(5IES; HARNESS.

4.;Y BVltC '".'tl. The main reason alleged was the city.yluch. f :2<$l barrels Flour) lleruandit county two; C.H'X[) WAGONS.

that the bouse was i erfis.tly tight anA 150 lurivl.Pearl! (iri-t, folk county one; ; ii OSlcm and Street, near
cracks windows or doors to let the light our Cuban eople on account t't' time tessation Ftablelrt
MO ( in Ill) harr".. K. D. Meal. Manati-ti county one; Unun Street \ 4'J-tf!
of work the factories .
; They Dade
county one
in. 'iII) boxes )lUctiu.ouObaki. : ; -- ---
The lime and I leave, 1 lrh.ii, were liCit are now all at work gfll.'i ,* I "Timothy flatl J -. Hrcvard county one; > Sr iISCRIlIK TO THE 3IIIifOR. ,;PEli:

pleasant for ruts'or Wu \'II. .hJHIl1.: lJJ( (). ;'>l ll Kii-kOltS.) .\. U.n}. Monroe i-utility two annum ; !$for HX months.

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