Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: August 28, 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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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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VOL. II. FERNAND1NA FLA., SA'rUHOAY'lUl's'r: : 28 1880. NO. 58.STATI .

: A7irs.Alnchmi. of full average airs and ripen uniformly in nominees(' all ytiuugInca; of characterand I (i1:zn.l1. 1.\1'JlI.lOr"Cl:' I and embarked in the \practice of law. lie
I successful and in 1 lx''I l III' I I.I..i was
clusters, which in some Instances include.. I capacity and it 1 is not h" 'o\lll'l'oha'il-1) .\ 1i0ll'T 11"111:11I11.. are at work on the newSiblcy (WI1''It'\11, one! II' the Judges of the Supreme

many a* I forty berries. \\'111'1fnllr ripe ity that they will bo elected I 'r 1111"1'I I : Cotton Mills.1I1 Augusta: ( !a.iovnNou I'oul. During the rebellion he was identified

Tin CofXTY (COXVKVTIOX.' :: puruauee ; they ,arc amber) brown color and of delicious vatives of Marion are zealous and will \voik i : ( : llHiiinr: of. Louisiana, ; : isdangerously the cause of the :-'Olllhfl'r the
of a call from\ the ( ''II er\1\1 \'l'-lIl'III"I'rlllic war IIP resumed tho 1.md inNew
I tla\'or, as were those rcceixed at thelitixtte with a will and. the Radical party.\ in thatcounty : ill at Alleghany :Springs.Afi.isrv. Orleans hi.-.1. 111'
!Executive: COlllllliltl'lIw ( as cx-
; county convention ,,1111'(' in such liberal quantity. The are not happy over the nomination I (I U., August): 1 17.i\-tlo\ernor: ( (' hl\'ilj Ho tnukanactive partner

to nominate candidates for 1 the J.lgi variety i i.< obviously) 1IIlll'It"alill'.-.\" of the. 1a.1iI'al'l'lIlltor.: : whom they style as Hersehel' V. Johnson died at hilt resilience, .u.l,part in.t.011II'Il1(llllliJ1 in 1 1, .6. havingbeen
ture, convened, in the court-house. .\ la-1) in .ll'Il 'l''nll'IIIIIII\'. (Ii Ja.:! last: nlirbt.. in the I a delegate t In .. .
will )be seen )by reference to our :shipping intelligence alntil t'alllhl'llhlrl'r.owtdlll! no propertyundha of his 'III\'l'ltio"
"hIY-l'; lhlh year age.iis. In 1-S77 in1 nominated for tinI'nitctl' 1
contest: between T. .\. 1IarltIInl 1-:. C. i wan
the HritWi bark %<'licit is now in no interest in 1111'1I''l'l'"f' /the people 1 Chief Otllccrof ,
( (; : .1I.IO:1Ir,1.'livvit: : !Signal Static: f'IOil'I' then his name; hunt 1 be
:Sanchez! gave much interest: to, the early proceedings. I port with her fourth cargo of iron shipped l of I he State.: I the rnited :'llIh'1': !; : \ h'l', isIjimr 1'011'lI.kIlIIWI 11 that of tie contestant

It was evident when the first: bal' from Newport, Kngland. fIhl'\ 1'ens.ienla Manntrr.liev. I Ii : very sick of heart disease at the 1 Palace til I K\'lo scat in the :Senate. lie has
lot taken that neither of these Robinson of Manatee, Hotel' in HIlt1 l1l. N. Y. his time in 'Washington. und
was worthy Railroad.: -1>. !I.'. :-'Sullivan is running the i : .\, A. was i I spent 11I1.h
elll1cllll'lIl'ul,1 get the nomination. After: nominated for the State: :Senate: by the Democrats Tin,: :Secretary\ of War has directed that: inih is favorably: known, both in !society and
Molino Mill Two circular, gang of forty absence! be toC.idel official I circles Mr.I :Spofford's( : father was
finite leave granted -
(the sixth ballot John l II.; Doll\ in Senatorial District, in I
of the I'Tth :
:) was: put I : : minister. His brother is (he
saws, and two gang ,1:1'1''I; : r UHI.OIH Whittaker, now al West Point. Tho Presbyterian
nnntinntinnIr1'.1. )Darby withdrawing per day.-Pciisacola IVrdido: liailni.nluses :. their convention at Fort, )1'aI1l'11 the lath:: (final disposition of hiscase will not be madelorsouu' ll'II'11 of 'ingress.I .

from. the contest. After one other l ballot, trucks to carry timber) why not otherroads inst.-1h'Msrs. llaynsworth Canning :are 1 ; ; time.

)f r. :Sanchez withdrew his I name, and )Ir. di i Iilwwb"1H'l'; : ( 'apt. Chiplc.V canning guavas. Manatee\ can furnish any Iu'u: "lan,1'1..lugttt: : Is.-Hon. JamesAlesander 'I.OUIJ OT1:..

I Dell was 1I..llIillalellltr acclamation. In the ; quantity, and great numbers are raised III i :Sedden, formerly' :Secretary/ ofWar .1 M KSONV.ii i.K:, .August; t 1)--.1! meritoriousincntion '
I took charge of the IViisaoola: liailroud: :12"- i of (tho Confederacy, died at hit risi-
afternoon the ticket was completed by thel'ruig this though hardly. so uoi'cssihlo: ao+ harecently 1"1 ]{.ah'III'll by
INNi county ;
: barrels of rosin from the Montgomery \ dence ill ( ;ioochland county this morning, Mr. James Ooig, of ( \"&
nomination; of S. It. :Slaughter.. T. ( Mobile, Hailway: have gone to lairopeia those in Manatee.-Palma :Sola; j is: the site: I aged :sixty-five .rears. ,''IIIFtllhla., whilh Caim'\mu-t ('certainly at

... II. 1)). Howren and C. L. Fildes as candidates 1'eusat'ola'resnroa (>n:
(: for the -cmdly. The convention was aharmonious River.: At that place: 11 Ir. W. Warner hasestablished 'i Cairo says it is believed (the 1 IVtvptian\ cotton r. loi/) wlol is a practical ma-

one from beginning to enl.rinA.rsril& 1.- .Jackson.Tin his !saw-mill, which will cut from crop will be half a million' 11111111'. (cJJr: :! iHtKNI II I-, i l\uii--t\ ami \\ '* hlt'l for quarter.\ of a
.: population' \ of Jackson county t is :* < ) pounds) I b-ss than that, of H7-.I!) and 1 it century engaged in tie of this
.";"11. /Jurat ported' I at 1:1,417.: In IMI> it was returned. 1'1"1 lift cn to twenty thousand fl'I..r lumberper will be about! fifteen days late. variotv (.C'lltl'l for, 1I'1arallll' many'

day.; lie has over two thousand logs in (Cnu'viio I. August 1 :!;).---\I :a meeting here I experiments succeeded in tanking; seventhinlpruvenlentt ;
!JILL'S: and that of Marianna at (KiiJ.liev. ;: I
List week a. hnlllllll.rhco.lhark., fourteen the MiCarthv gin, now
boom ut the mill and commenced sawing, : yesterday of the officers of the Louisville A.Nashville "P"I
(feet long! was caught ut Muyport.( Spang Frank P. (iilhert; 1 Hector: of :M. Luke'sP. : this week.-Capt.' "'III. ('01lillo(' bouse at l Railroad: and ChicagoSt.! : Louis\ generally 1".1.h that promise tot' ('I very

will iidilhim to his: museum.Mr. I K.: (Church: dint lllt Marianna:\, July :3!Illh.flsdt.u. New Orleans: I Railroad: ; it was: agreed to :stop great practiialitluound, lit Ihify. "
f Fort Myers was!! struck by' lightning: recently the cutting of rales and to resumethus'; in .\I.In''II. it is considered I good days
t ( Chappcll( i is building for 'apt. \\'. !II.Mclntyrc 1 ('II11"illlmll'h) damage to the louse :and : operation previous to the contest. work to gin u bale of three hlllln',1 IliIWI'It.tH'

( n !small pleasure steamer of a beautiful ( "lolIl.1'illiatll Munroe has fouracren of furniture, and\ breaking; every pane of glass i Ni.vv: OUI.KVXS) .: August :2."i.! -A freight train \ or three 111\1111',1 and fifty:

model. She i is twenty-five( feet long land in town upon which is his dwelling;; in the windows. (Capt. H"nk" 'r'" !schooner leaves here on the :2Mb.!: and a passenger) accomplish' I the this),I'urllr( ., 111'hlIltl lit'to

beam and will be with house" outbuildings, four hundred orange i train on the ;.tilth, by (the Morgan LouisianaA tl Jll
(live feet supplied a I the Artlu.i! was: also struck by lightning! thoroughly dried. This is at the rate of
li Texas Railroad: direct for 1 Houston. I'itss'Ilgcrtrainsllitreat
h boiU-r forty-two by !twenty inches' cylinder trees, a (lute sruppernong grape vineyard, about the same time, which !shivered!!l the. : ier leave New Or) uhuntlhirty'pnottdtpt'rhour.' Now (to show

t, four by four illcll{..... The boiler is of the about (lilh''I1I"'an trees: a large tweet potato lIIaillmal.'iilllIl: Tribune.O h'I"and I Houston daily wi 10011. 1'11 running '.I tho,vast he tlill'I'II'I'( in I the it !'\)I.lll 11 I out r. inig'.4gill from

I. submerged tube kind. :She will be called growth and upon which are the evidencesof : rat i ye. lime l'l'I\I'1' the points will be eighteen ninety one hundred 11111.' pounds in the fame

the I'lctjmcUrl u appropriate nallw.Td .- the gathering of an abundance; of garden hol 1'''. time of to icnt.Another .
very Tho grading on the :South Florida I Railroad t f a gain sixty :-en'IIl.t'r
vegetables) : ra wlll.rri(.", melons. etc.t ..lhmtttwentyllire'tit' hum :Smtvs: pastor of the (Church of flit'trllligers advantage is (the application of
'pwIt' is completed to Orlando, and the road-bed/ is ( New Ytiukrlatsiit'shiit( hearers Is
l the are Ioa(1cdwith :1 : to the 11.,1 1'01"1 as it fed to the
orung'tree': -1'ul
hDlIlilt\XT"-\1l Knglish: ) farmer from ) rl'lItl.1"1'. the ties: and\ iron Hut for thcMin- f"Jo\\'I: 1 :'olll who pray, Ill are not gin; avoiding anv loss of time inI.
fruit, all planted: \ from the seed amone to _. :Some, who but' are 11.11or
.i> Liverpool.lng.directarriv'edwithhiMfm'ily : nvoidauledlly in procuring; the iron cars klllWI pay. pay (I.linn weather I ellVctinga 1 sav'inguliltitwill
which the C'ololll'l'all'llal.. "bragtree,1is not known to :t. Some who to all .
Ho ); I'ra:1. 1 be,
-ixln this
of city yesterday. goes! would be running into ) .\" lo-\.IY.-\ l'l'lutl11'1'dll'III''ul Il''W.tOUl.1II
.\ to M'irion county to settle. .\ :Scotchman( of only four years growth and is so full "1Il'I'all'I.: IH.il ('r pray nor 1'/1"/ ; and I. t tl IJ-ill: )) asserts that
Hi' 'tn'. and' lie thinks
)H pay; pray. ,
he : larger -
'' i of oranges): I that it had:\, to he propped. hiltgrove 111. hlolII'O"'S" get I 1'1'101'till
and 1 J'ntnnin
from Atlanta gardener (the last are the best.Nrw : of I (.t.,1 than \'
arrived tills morning! lie goes to Alachn.i. : is beautiful, and! all has been done .hj. We were not a little surprised. to meet so YOUK, August :'J".-In Ih"lui of Jus. Illl1l. which should Ina weighty) argu

:k county to make his new home.. .\ young\ the industry of the owner himself with i\ many young men in the late county convention A. Whulcn against (!i'I. I' : .for 1Hlt those who raise thl111'11.1. Ih'I '

Canadian, from near Toronto ('alllcalur:; little assUtanco( in the putting of fertilizers originally from the North They the recovery t of the .tlltnitgt'slllt'gt'tl;' to have I been """'aill'III" (the by the con can he made, while in 1'\llol.' in the
about the bottom of the From 1Iaialir l'n'l
day. He to place near Waldo, wherehe were delegates and active in the cause. You
goes fiscation h : properly 10In. I the Killena //lljl..III'l'orllol!! the gin, byhich it
joins: brother who preceded him week pecan trees he sold over three barrels: last may 1 be, sure that you can rely upon them in plantation t iol//11"i' (Choate, I to-day. rcntherttlit can applied to ( prepnrntion of either

ago. A V1'iscoisinman. I is" on !his way herewith season. What is it that judgment)! and the hour of duty. As'was said in thoUaincsille ( t"'ii"l.h'lIyilr:111 1".lill to (file and short II' \long cotton, although h it is doubtful

industry: will not do in. our county, will l'r\ > Thetrial rt'"II..1iln ( if i will supersede the saw gin 1'01
and fixtures for (Convention Noilho-n and
machinery : a laundry, \ :State a man' )
vrdict( 1 for : clean-iing weed cotton Ono thonew
,; which, he proposes: to establish here-l'niun. the J'tllllll'1oil: that hl'II\'l'IIIh'"et us with ?- :Southern! man put together makes a mightystrongman. ; TIIINUS in Ireland 1ll'll'l.lall have d
butWR.\Tlus.-There have !been receivedat i The assessment: for iuiNden: county, 1 18MOexcept Just 1I0.-Tho ConservativeDemocratic : look and the precautions which I the government ) :' in (iainesvillo, where those:
the unknown lands, is $ :HrI4j-an() without interestetl'mitt vMiinint* its work and :
is not warrant.
Convention met in the courthouse taking are hIt
the COIIlIllIol ioller' office from 1
1. : increase! of $;U.ifill.I( over last year. The unknown the loll' for the All things ('ol..i.lt'f.l. the rebellious I spirit tute a ('01111'1"01 with the present II
on Wednesday, -
lo date 'I'i'l letters from twenty-nine differ- purpose gin. If : claimed
; (
rfj lands will Increase to :;S.o'HHI."illcy ,' ( ).- with which so many the Irish: people IIrl'nlllllh'lJi \'nlollolIUl\ltlj1
cut States, Canada! and England. Thirty- of nominating candidate's: to represent ) no Ju:'J'e tlllll natural. They the Iln.ntor 11 / 1, mid an acquaintance
( 's'fi/r. Putnam in the next T..tiTihtY. ( laid I of year.with Mr.L 1'oigenables '
liveof the writers say they are coming to llernantlo.Census county .I' : yet they are unable many
l' The proceedings of this body will bo read in to obtain any ici'lress.: Unfortunatelyfor me to speak II the highest: terms ol
Florida this fall und I some of them in -
parties of Hernando, -J Jii, of which r$13' will only his Integrity and capacity, he tins certainlyiliseovered
I of more or less families. Seven orders are black another column. |IIr.) Crill, of this city, was make thl'll ln'.III'lIIt'III'l'I't''liol: il hl'll'r. I I long sought desideratum.: A

for I reduced transportation hl'cnSent/ to nominated l for the :Snate,11nd Dr. Ncwsoin lal'rt'orole I'lt machine that 11''olpl he.. in one dayth'
1 Two teams irf mover (immigrants I 1:1) parsed k : WATEK KOKTIIK: luol.-'JI: llusiness
amount done I hi
persons: who will come about the 1st of Sep I through south and Ir.1i\Icekin( were nominated fr\ theAssembly. )ll'U'J. (ol"'llilllod'lv': ( lugice-wu same formerly
I three and at the same time docs it better! ,
I tember. From the nature of the inquiries .I Two colored members of Hancock and! : All things considered, it is: believed ter fountain iniidu its trip WcdncMilay and \\iib a Having of manual: labor, is certainly -
made and information irl'llln the letters i that u better ticket could not have I through Home of tho 10l\.t '1Irl.rI on the of great benelit.According .
liloxham Club in Krooksvillc.
: east side of New York City, c who
daily received, it evident that Florida is: I The county convention nominated Dr. been gotten up.' VS't'eudnrw'the. I ticket, ami accompanied are of the that theoNperiment to the reports: of the rcii'iii
11 oliliol
becoming u place of interest: to many people take occasion to soy that the candidates are complete'' Hundreds '1111'11111'1, Duvnl county shows a very
Stringer and li. 1 1':. llell for the Assembly: : WI" I gratifying hl.r'I"t' in her population. InIH70
different sections: who desire to I seek new eOIllI>('lellt to represent' Putnam comity.They of adults and children partook of refreshing it wan ? it N
and decided to elect county otllcers iw .by. draughts of water, \vnll-t 11,021- now 17,7ifc: ujuilol
homes We will add, these letters of inquiry (iuinesville resolution. are sober, earnest/ : men I men of good' ( pots and cans were 5,841. 'fl negroes('>are U.KiO) in (' 1'(' tlt

embrace questinntabout different sections moral character, und what is of much importance 'artlt'l Iilhcl the first supply IIUr whites Tllil city with the Mibuihs,
Dr. Stringer chairman of the }I'lIlol'rutiC1'xl''utivc 'il '
11,1 1(1.() returns in it Isestimated
of the :-tlltl'llllti( about different occupations' mfn> who will do their work faithfully water they had I had, perhaps: for, months.ROSTOV up J'rot'tlt' : now ,
: Committee, f'l'ol'lill'olx Hancock I I llle will show it iNt1'"-
and honestly: having friends to !?.--Tho bark JunrtVr' tlit
etc.-SuitiiH'l J'rem, and Itloxham Clubs in full blast in this no August : latioii in II'i hll'rl""I/f"MI.MI.:( > ) ) ThUis
serve, nor enemies to puuisll1'untla llfnlil. ;ijiiKint, from Ih'I'I. Phillipino Islands, with quite satisfactory will curve but little
The ,V and J'ros 1gl'l'at deal to 'vl1ntl'n'rul; of them have of
i appeals' ( : upwards sugar I for arrived on Friday, and wnl I disappointment.' Jt will compare favorablywith

1: the business men to support' the Republican sixtynu'ulbers ('lIrolll'I1.-'rc/f"/'lIt. St. Johns. detained nt quarantine, ('apt., Jlll Parrott 111"tf flitNorlht'ru and F.ustcm: !

: I ticket )because: its: triumph' is" necessary in Leon. being (1'1\1 with 'II\ ( \'(' ship States. The np-river counties wil show thogreatest
< Ituilding lively.A I out one and fifty days, rate increase in their
order induce immigration.\ Iit order to Mr. J. !S.' Maxwell an aged citizen died 1 la.II'1 111l"r.1 lt as
:SundayLorne; nice.Asolitnrylroenbaeker. I WI:< I fortv; o\'r time, lll\'ilj encountered ( of (
ascertain the j justice of the claim we made suddenly at his son-in-law's Mr.( I). ('. Wilson In !St.' .\I1.1J,til1t'. I head{ winds' ..111'1)the 111'0'o 1'1 Ir'diotlnt! 11U are 1(111,11'1'11(:Ollllil''I illllljmlll/, ,
a simple' calculation from the census! figuresas 1dll. .\ age. Tlio crew "' I (' census in
Monday' lI young granddaughter .\ Hancock und Hloxhum Club organized. fr"' Jrl'lItol' 1170 was tlk11'I';' inaccurately

recently published, Using. as a basis the preceded him from She fame house lust A "t''l'Idut St. Augustine to take cattle (toCuba. entirely during tllall'r part tho \'I'llt' and 'unuut I'l rli''I11.. 'tllf was one
nullities represented l wholly or in part by )Ir. 11'1\1..101" "lwlr,1 tfl'1 genius in wli was tlcputi/cd to
week.-t'hriilliiH. Maxwell resided 1 fuFertandiua A new thing for that i>ort. days.I 'The (' count noses In four of Hie POtnlhil'rlml'nlintitit.

Republicans the last legislature. Including for two years after the war.Liberty. The Republican committee met and pro- uiul one will probably til'. The rumor was prevalent, and gcnerullyertslitetl

Monroe, we find that the increase of action Tlylllorl'that are in circulation to the that this worthy never set his foot
JNJIoI"igol'uui Conover heard
Imputation in thellImlll..1 negro counties as was tllt 11'11110" laIN'I sysletuaticullycumtnittul upon nn inch ut'thit territory, but that tho
THK: census just taken gives Liberty county front I til i"l of returns were all his office utiiiincMvillc.
for the last ten tlr"ulh-
1 years was twenty-two per a population of l'ii2.: !: In 17" it was A fatal accident occurred ut St.: Francis ern census returns may safely) be !! (; This Ir'Ilr'Iln I uj")n his
cent. In the white NIU II til':'!the incrcUM\ vas I IBarrtl'k Irw
I falsehoods. I'nder (It'ucrtll'ulker's; supervision imagination altogether for of
l,0.-x>. >!, this morning resulting in the tle |p"i.ulnt'J
fifty-six! percent.' Such; being the facts, it is MadlttoH. : the census throughout the country these four counties, and UpOI .(
r only for business men to look ut almost 11I'Ilulltllllt'ouill'ath! private ))I'JII'J- has I'C'I conducted on purely business principles. appropriation fur work never ..crfirnrih
Jtecorder the
necessary The Matlison publishes
announcements \'all'iOIi ,\rliJlI'r '. It that Honest J Jlis
seems Corporal all competent I 1111 nave wife had I a peculiar Chrl..tlul name,
the figures" in order to see the absurdity of of twenty-five camlidati-s for Hoffman came Into the riMimJn which the I".t'l employed I, and! tl results tbcv announce which he rnnfcrriHl on u hundriil or ltaregirls

the claim. Possibly!! the .S'im and Press may county oilices, viz. : For 'fux-t'.Il.tor, five; deceased was lying on his cot, and, havinggotten are worthy implicit ('llIlifl.'IU'C. while making out his returns, li\.1
claim the returns fraudulent." 11I'- : \\1 may expect the cry offiaud tl which caused laugh at his
now Assessor! two ; (Clrrlc one; Sheritf: four ; 'IIII. t'ul"ldl'rlhlo expense. -
pistol, was leaving, when toe
; a pistolwas '
Man," {in I'ntoa. eras the political campaign rl.t.ll. lit It While here und there there lie
ness Treasurer, four; Suierintendeiit| Public In discharged l. the ball entering Donovan's: 11't'not thserveaayuttentinn.-1'/ii/wk//Jil some InuocnracieM und some disuppointment Jar -

I-'LIIRW' IERI'JI\S1'1i CALL ox (!jE. H\x- rlruetiotsix ; Judge of Probate, three.Marlon. left cheek: l'iH'onsciomnes; ensued immediately. I .\irth.I//,1&. In (consequence of disappointment of

I'tICIC.-\ letter received by W,A. Hours from .-Quite a ripple of excitement I Hn", August Instructions have been expectations, the work of the census huy I

Mr. J. E. Hurt, in New York, this morning, sent from the ti:1 to the Kclgiun Kish- l'I'l'l generally faithfully executed. The
The Ocala J'xiitner un oldfashionolbig } created on Wednesday afternoon the
among I wlccted with fairness
opt to tryto make known toe of t'IIIWrtOI were
under date of the 17th, says : "All the Florida barbecue was held at :Spring: Hill, near pilots and their friends. It seems that the :i the recent Pupal allocution uniting CIlttlt luity. frul two parties u/llll""CP'tl the qualification ,

merchants who could get together went Ocala, Friday, the 2"th. Messrs. Harris und I brig, Susie J. Htrunt, was- !brought {into |>ort I' The lillllllll clergy are to make every for lr'JII'rly discharging their
e over and called on Dunn led oil in their first aj>i>earuiice a., by a pilot on board who hud a coastwise .

'i L. ing. He gave us a warm reception anti we" tipeukers. "Old Statistics," Capt. Long went license. The pilots of this place: went out the and government to establish schools new um'l, but to they comjit-to are not with to )'IIKTII'tH.UI- AT L..r.A'atthlugtwt

were much pleased. I leave this afternoon. into "figures" respectively of Democratic and met the vessel, but the captain refusedto depart from the strict limits of the law. ( tletuautl to the Run says : The

-Work has fairly met in on the new rice aid Hal l'ul ciphering ; (:en. IJulIock follower have her brought in by our pilots. The stated that the Jacohini and J'ril' Ill> which hw"t'l made ulNJ GlIt'ral!
mill 1 at the foot of Liberty street Captain I have arrived at an for tilling S her mil n from all quartet for the prodtnv
With a crushing broadside on Cono- matter was tried before the pilot oonimisfcioners ulteltlillll
Jack Mullins, with his steam pile driver, has ver, edwith, JJiebee and their allies. The and they decided that the coastwise \"uncl' in remain,, the settlement Germany, !tol of' h. lete., to during(lea, Jull.tl'', \rit'J

already driven many of the piles to constitute dinner now took place and the FEED was immense pilot was entitled 1 to bring{ the vessel in, but of Ilt which wil cllu't'J"'ll"'luh'r serious obstacles.WASHIXOTOX crisis of that year 1., h/tSat lust had the de"ire.!
the underpinning of the building, which I that our pilots were entitled to take her out. etli-ct. and the letters are to i"e given to the
; "g'Mxl digffttion waiteil on apj>ctite" We underhand that judicial proceedings' I D. t.., August 25.--Jfuii,
:will: be. a large frame structure with corrugated and speaking was fCIIume]. Mr. spencer, will he had to text the legality of the Horace Iavlart, ex-minister to Turkey public mid in an that authoritative the had"8)'. lt.u. Slier-

l iron roof. It will extend ninety feet Col. fury, )!Ir. Martin. Mr. IU-ardon, Col. J. wise pilot, in entering a harbor 1.'II"t-I' visiu-d tle \\'Ilitl tudato House with Posttnakter- I Mi 1t1 to the lett'1 If a forthcoming 11'n wnfby lil*'
the line of the oM vided with the proper IitttlMe.-"IY.: ,' f"lt"rl Key bin respects to lulLll'n
[ the river of
out in beyond lay den.
the of
M. ) ,
Martin and
kept up the enthusiasm; Capt. Wttkly, President. While Mr. ) Maynard IUII'k wih CII'lrrtI'e
[wharf. It is exited that the mill will be )McConnell Marshall and (ien. Drown rt.- I t''t'Itlllhf I CIIIIIU tlr-'n-; the lult'r that they would ap

[ready for operating in October next.-Union.Excambla si-5iidfd towanU the close. The brass band A "HoLiu HOl'TII.JuJje'rljht., the I afterward went .the j JNlt- i I It-tier tent written thll volume by ( in t-onnection with the
! nominee the debt-jiaying Democrats for office department and took the oath of office. I'll. lalI'k, already
played its best the cheered the loudet.t I I r Geo. ,
crowd President also lade .public. however
(ioverllor (.f Tennessee, in a recent *|'ieecjiMaid The signol tolay the dt''II..1
Ihsntt..EIt:: : ( ".-.Some three yearnftince and the ladies waved their handkerchiefs: "I thank Got! fur the solid ,,",mlh'I I mi""ilt of Hon. I D. M. Key us Judge for tU/the 'j I to furnish a copy If hIl the

we referred to a phenomenal vine, and clapped their hands approvingly. It was solid for good government solid against Eastern District Tennessee, ali that of I f'r'in advance of the apjH'araiuv of thin
fraud and above all, *lid for the maintenance lien.; I>..ngstre as I'nitttl| Minister to i' Jen. Hancock, but 11.1 he thoughtI'liblie
which I
into bearing, producedIscupjiernong a good old-fa-sbtoni-d Democratic love feast. "lut. I'
(then just: gone of publiccredit: Ntateanu National "__ I Turkey. Judge Key net leave for Ten ruriofity could wait a few d.t 'longer
grall(1j in bunches of fcize. We The Iiemocratlc county convention was a sentiment which seem to I In hared by a I tit ssee,before the la+t wil this or the of I for the II.th..to upj>ear. There ivy a very

nov have later record of the vine which, be. heM at Ocala on the 23d. Mr. John }o'. Dunn large majority of the Tennessee Democrat.. I next month.KKI tnt great interest felt in these lettersnt.t only_ by

c.:'fng on the grounds: of Capt. J. C. Pettersen I I and Dizon H. Irvine were put in nomination In thl'unnedIJIIIt may bertte.lthat; Hon.W. I SILHH0K r"t"Xt. W. V,.. lug, "I. the politicians M ho have both gut Jlntti the (but by army that

.'':.1 llayou Chico, is under the nuj.ervbion of for $enatur. Mr. Dunn, in a patriotic of the. WUutledge Tennessee, late Ik-publican member I Ex-Juuge. Henry )1. tJNlf.r.I, of I,onUiaiia. tt'n.Itktn. was very fn'hUI.t.llul ciprewiig
legislature, from I dial List
,'our H.ientific friend Dr. I). Juina, whose ex- speech. asked the withdrawal of his count r, has taken the stump for Huncotk I! night.chill, on wa. talI sick with a view* about! the l'nIII'nt.J election of
'periiuent*. have undoubtedly produce. a new but his friend refused. After several namt"1 ant) EiiglUh: and alv for Judge Wright, l Bible congextive until) hU death.)1"Ilattll A native of was Mu* aa- will 1 )77,,and that. me the ill" his letter
feeling him
variety. A. it mature the vine improves Its Mr. Irvine was nominated. John O. IU-ar- IftoulfJ'r.ttic candidate: for OHv ruur. Mr. I dalthl,811 flucate.1 ii, one of the best 'rl'llh. Thi towards t&
** letter mid I Cen.
i indicated by specimen of dUll and Thomas U'ilJiallllf Kutleilge reganU Judge" Wright' t'lrt&illll usneceMiar ;t' in New Knglatid, he emigrated ft tl'hll'' Jvu-
t tendency, all! } were nominated j >' for an honorable M-ttlement of the iuitiaiia when a ,' B I'". will Inanstttute all fltll"t-
fruit sent u< by the Ikictor.. The grains are by acclamation for the Asemblj-. ffhe debt of Tcnneahee. the town of Shrevn young'ort,man allllletltlll InK chapter in the history of the rt- .
J'ar.h WJ.Jlt of the !'r'Idcntiul content four p"n a|M.


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1'.I LL .,1M IIXVI'JJK 3I.UtK.ETlAltDEXIXG. If an acre in cn1Jl.aJ4'Ith nn al'lJjentinn-I ('EUc\-Cmtrar: to the--opinion most Kast and South t 1loriII, I the homestead. The Peninsular branch of the Transit

( y v, *, of forty, fifty, or even sixty'l'llnr.\ :' worth of among truck farlc/'l:' In tliii place of every)' "lultl'r and native settler lloiid' diverging 10llllwlrl1.from tldsl"illt,

{i There i h no goad. reason wtl .-'the truck manure may/ bo made to yield one thousand 1lte\Lll'"t' Is: one of the easiest and surest was cn"ert\ ". up by few corners, and I is completed to Orange Lake, eighteen 1 1111e ,

farmers of Florida !should-nit engage ex: dollars, how unwise it \would<1 bo to apply crop we can J'II may also be made, for reason: each' of th'c.c piney woodssquatters t force is now pushing the work

'fFI tensively in producing. winter vegetable for half the quantity, and restive half or one- i one of the! hl,, '' To do thi, how hud on !his place n few( orange trees 111" the 'I'incss! ifpossible.
>ortlicrn and "Western markets I third the returns. Hut can an acre in cabbages I ever III' 11orlanl.1; nthloll to theisscntjal of unusual! luxuriamicemuulbeiuttyand it waslit f.rwurll., olII.\-f'lf. ,

Ycrr'1ittl<> has I been done. so far in this with f fifty dollars worth of manure i requirements; of :, 111 culture, !I to once concluded that the land: mi which I This rual, I is now built and projected

line. Not for )lack of energy-our )people bring in n revenue of one thousand! dollar! ? till the planting: us to hate the crop ready there' \was beyond all other best' suited through one of the richest ul11mo'tIrodlci'l
have a good stock IIf that : but mainly on Of good corn land and with projH.-rtie.tt- I for market six i weeks earlier t than the usual: for easy: and successful. orange culture. No Florida. largest

+ ,. account of undue strew laid! upon the eliln- ment It l'UI1. An acre checked oil two fief i f'lriH1 1 In other tvordN, let the shipment, manure seemed necessary! as the tries WI'f' pnrtiln4I'f' Tie
s cult Ie!! suppnSt',1 to attend winter garden-) each way will, as we hate !een.. )give I IONIID' 1 I ing the month of January instead equally thrifty no matter in what, part of the ull the best-pa lug orange grotesin .

Ing. One here and there has timhlh''en! squares! from which! ) with a fair allowance ; of Manh, a* hcn'tnfore.: This Icing the enclosure! planted., Hence for a time tl'f' the State are those of Mr. Harris, Mr.lljshop ,

tured on nn acre or two ; and) in' every.ascertained for defective stand and non-bender, there' ', heart of the prl'ut111 '1'01, and, a time were fictitious values attached, to these: 1\lt". und others, on Orange Lake, and
instance, where 1 proper| attention should be gathered "ay lO.nno' "good head"I I when \" lre :; and liisrh. would The secret of it was that the ulll\'e-11'1' :The lands
wa bestowed, the result has been highly The New 1 irk quotations!' the past :sea-mi j lucrative I'olhl'r11tkl'I*, not tinned settlers l'O"Cls,1 l also I stock of cut through which this, road pusses .

1i I encouraging. for the I period' in which a fall crop would be, lo\el II Florida:, but in Georgia and, South tie, by which! every foot of ground. under, are rich, and not only I adapted to orange

Compared with Bering gardening, the net marketed 1. was from $l..>.0 to $o per barrel. I Carolina. With our advanagcs of dimll fence IaII'I'n, made as rich as need be. :So> and other fruit culture, but to the growth ofvcgetailes
tad return, under JUt hdou management are Twenty-live cabbages planted thedi'tume it i is likely our entire might be dispo-ed! 1 for a time the young groves! n\1 the mar t .
+ largely in its favor. This i is due to several above J given-'Jx:!-:should. more than fill a of in Atlanta, _\ l'ro\Macon( Savannah gratifying; etidencc. of prosperity. Hit! after ,! sugar, el.

came Open-air cultivation of winter vegetables hnrfl'IIltt\ assuming that number to constitute all Clmrll'stol, withoutthe necessity of I while the elements of fertility of the soil Leaving \,11.11. we find new houses nnl

t is restricted to a comparatively small a barrel, and'I $1.,0! ') Its the aterage; shipping to o/'lller citie! l Hit in any became cxhau.ted. and the trees which had settlements: springing up on either c.f

area, cotninnndinjr. in consequence! higher; price' we have a ,,:rO yield of eighteen ('l'III"l'al'h event there need 1 he no apprehension on the arrived, at an age to warrant an income were road until arrive ut FAIBIUXK a
l price. *The crop i IJO liable to fewer casualties ) %hIichmshoul'1hesntlicientto.atisl'ythe: I I"l'l'rt profitable,' salts of (celery during the too feeble to bear fruit The ott ncr I Is compelled the we and I fair
in production and i is, therefore, surer ; and cupidity' of any one- That this: result: \ I is, attainable I I i season aovede'igmlttsl.'fame 1. to :' once beautiful and two 'clr.otl town of rapid growth

the products themselves) leis likely to injury the experience of a l'ollntr'ah 1 !seed, are tardy in erlllinltini. and. promising grove of a thousand: treesormore. prospects. Indeed, it is !surprising how these

from rough handling and delays in trans bage-grower: last season fully attest, His I tlt growth of the young Ilaltl i slow; The labor 11.1lrivatillof years have been forests to the industry}', and pushof
portation. I land. was first-class hummock: and hi* returns '- I that ample tiile : nllow,1, I expended naught. Several 'ieh coming!snap to theeonntry

Taking cabbage*, cauliflower* and celery were twenty dollars per hundred for will require al'JI three Jonth frol such cases could be 111111 the! rugged immigrant
AS the !' \ vegetables for fall and winter the entire crop. I sowing cif the ecd 1 for the plants to attain In market gardening over-cropping i is l"ulrbnnk. is. located about 111-

gardening in our Mate, we )propose to should: \ be borne in mind, that barnyard sufficient size and vigor for transplanting: equally common. The labor and manuregenerally between. Waldo and Gainesville.ltixEsvn.i :.
give in our columns Mich practical hints manures have pulverizing, effect ui''m the I and three or four more before they' are ready expended on five acres i is rarely way} the t town on the Tran.
respecting their cultivation at will, profitedby soil, which renders their ne specially desirable for market Therefore it i is advisable, we more than should be given to one. More (S a:, largest

}', efiable even the inexperienced to attain in stiff l'IU1:11111'4, the seed in the jrtunllt once. concentration is l'l'.lcll Too mm'h reliance Mt Itairoll, or anywhere in the interior of

reasonable: success .\ considerable! ; portion of Florida! lands Prepare,, boxes. or narrow !seed 1 beds as for placed \1"JI tIl nattal fertility of the the State, I is the county}. seVt of Alachua

CAnnIFlrstln order is the cabbage.To ('contain large per cent of lime, thereby! enhancing cabbages or l'nlllo\l'r. and arrange for )protection sol! and not enough jmln,.-tnllinj in,the culture has over three thousand inhabitant,
obtain thlir"lIhlC for this crop.\, :Salt'muy: fr1 !ln the heat of the and management of a vegetable crop, county,
reliable seed I is, l'"l'r.ne
J knows, of the last importance: as and can: he m.With, lably lI1ellll1 places off f from th'e day, from beating rain(, alI I the drip 1 1frets. of from beginning to end so essential! to I successful I among whom may be found representativesof
C'II\ the \ : and thoroughly Mark otl'the drills lightly!lix or eight results. nil parts of the m country. New and first-
accomplished! by dealing tlirrrthi with
r .seedsmen of tried experience and honesty.The broken up\",and bountifully !suppliedwith \, inches apart) and \the seed at the rate of Try erne acre: as an experiment and see if class business houses are constantly
1 I nutriment, the cumin.: crop the about one ounce to twenty fee of drill. it does not pay J. N. WIIITXKK.COR : tl il.I..1111 ,
varieties ,
of cabbage arc 1I111I1er'IIi1111 (, erected und other
next; step i is to lay off und plant out Thl''lt.C'h'! need covering ( being; illrn'
:\ the: number Is multiplied by I ihungc: in \ 'nrlhllt- ,
;: made. The East
Some of the ca'rly varieties cabbage maybe ; with the back of a 1 ments are being 1lo.i,1
name of the !'If1Il''urieh'. to suit the fancy tilltll'll n LsCEIHKKKY Zoo XII l :.
4if different grown!! close! us 2.\U feet Hut :-xl! :! will .nl board laid over the drill will .Cl and the United States Land Cilice
seedsmen. Seminary
for '. An the ; Fi.\., August 1 1' .
answer! general UO({ expert plowman I answer purpose.As ISS) and be tappointed
The following list I is believed to include are located here ; also the finest >
those best adapted to our climate. Thurl' will have no difficulty in cheiking off : to variety) we prefer a ort of ; Leaving Fcrnandina at 10..10 a. m., I very
C'.rII.ro. where
an approximately\, level field. Ami in rollIng bet, cen the (Si'iut and ; fairgrounds in the :1:1l'1
thl'Ilf )
111"1 found
sure and firm header, and remain a long \ "1"1 myself! at C.\U.\I Dr, I thrivllg'iage
land where horizontal i" \ Six i held and should beheld
rows are required, furmitshalbyIIendcrsuu'silalf-Iwarf the State Foil was once
time on the stalk! without rotting : Early : \ that needs u little more vim to
AVinningstadt Karly Jersey Wukclield, Early the ,proper distance's along the drill may be ounces of swd will give plants h for only in future. (Good hotels, stores, etc., etc. .
marked off with a spacer. Should a rainy an acre : but it will be provide halfa make it one of the best! towns. on the road.
Flat Dutch. Fottlcr'-s llimmvick
Improted day hapi>en along about the time for" transplanting >ound.T to meet the puhlc wants. I
] Callahan I is situated In rich community -
Premium Flat Dutch, Early Giant P.leich-: farming
: minute of it and here is handsome : Gainesville is in the midst of the
.' every cry yellow or golden- great
field Ito! ' with all : In the absence of colored also which is
help. I
The Ulcichfield" is of German origin, \11'11\ Illf-dwurf, vegetable-growing district t, of which may
!such a season, t the operation, may be successfully highly .. ; and the I re-d 1 1iol native people of the South. A warm this
of introduction. 10n.lol and from
and recent Kxperimentsiliadc have to hereafter
J lust the performed late in the afternoon with : another showy kind, and besuperior welcome i is extended to all. The Waycross! more say ,
satisfactory season, fully by!sustaining the opinion were quite of free ue of water, and shading the plants: to the white in flavor as well as inhardilll' Railroad is expected to cross the Transit source she receives.a large revenue.AnttFiioxno .
next with leaf shall be better station five miles
early morning u palmetto '!! 1 prepared to a small
J. J. II. Urt"orof Marblchcud( Mass.: .
Itoad this
near : place.11'e
; the Cultivate shallow: : but oftenuntij) the headsbegin peak of I these (1')11'arietil' hereafter. is the
(from whom seeds obtained, that from 1 Gainesville! probably
were lrg'sthillillg
1 Xi : to f"rll111I.1; if you have been fiithfrtliiudjudicinus I will he !'' to attempt to grow (celery found but little: of interest thence to
it /* the earliest tif the lure, lurdhrt'Giidnnnheads the line of
i ; point for vegetables on
I in ,'yourpart of the work moist To
." you 'I IIY.otler thnl ground. plantit the nfost noted city in the :Statea : -

iA{ The Fottler, : is also a very superior: cabbage may rely UM] >II receipts which will amply on.l .n' 1ld-wht'llerlI\ I\.I- J.\IWIS busy little "hive" while the trains are pass r0111
'{'II'4:1: tl' 'III.l'.u'r.rFIflwtR.Of. and depend fail
{ l")11I1 upon : a Next is a large settlement
producing, under favorable treatment: \ n.\Tn\'u.L
.,1ra ; / : ure. Near the; sea-coast there is scarcityof tug H.lhtwin, though and apparentlylow
: no
lolrge, !lolid heads,,, much resembling t thcMurlilehead ( tat of small truck-fanns and a ; thriving
mammoth but unlike that variety all the Ilras-icu family, land well suited I to its growth. Indeed, and wet, might easily be drained and' l'aw-Ji I
cauliJlower is, perhaps, the most valuable, t this i is its ('. Wild celery or SmallaguPunsley settlement.
; in its diitosition a to rapid decay in this( 11011 made a beautiful and attractive little city,
t and among the bclter-inflrwsl inaiket-gar- -an acrid plant-wence\ our delightful Then comes AIICIIKR. At first sight one
locality Indeed, we regard the Fottler us from which most visitors get their first impressions .
deners is regarded 1 us the most pioiitableiropgrown. : vegetable] was originally oltuinc.1IHI railroad athad
of varieties cabbage would the rnan selected
1 Mme our ( : It is nearly ullicd 1 to llroccoli ; so l> the Italians, i is a lath'c of of Florida. Slll"Ie 0
Not less than one-fourth of of Imlt\'l',1 \
n i the road
much so indeed that a distinction between salt \ et this: fact d.l. tint prevent M( is a turpentine farm 1C'11'It looking place on
seeds should be Select
1 yt : per acre : provided. n them cannot well be' maintained, yet horticulturists I its successful: culture u away from I the sea byUsing \ \xvu.u for a depot, and that the houses had been
cool, shady spot only moderately rich, well and distillery that makes, more
i even while condemning the separation I salt I re'ely with the 1rllahl built the of the town.
to out
raked: anti free from the drip of trees, for mlire.II"ial previous laying
than other of the:
Into different } any u.il' IUt
speciesgenerally hutolll1t.lakl margins, 111 rl'laill'l swamp! money } !!
need beds. Thc..uIit.urdered: by a narrow nl"llIi-l. However, a view of the surrounding country -
es'ein it. afford whichit invested.At t .
about infrequently lo l11 same capital'
walk or gang-way-should be four ..ion. South of and
The cultivation of caulillower is lilli- thrives well. better
foet wide for convenience in planting, working quite HIIL\U there I is one of the largestsaxmills Iuvs I hnlrc
ited in Florida.! !! outside the Snpimsing of damp level land, witha beautiful
u plat near to the depot plateau,
and removing the plants.it 1 on the road built within the last
anything ,
larger towns know about it rich soil have been secunslitmust
I is: indispensable that the beds be exceptas deep to where the part of the village Is being
: )projected pickle.. As an article of food 1, it is far be thoroughly broken up and freed year and doing a large hu lnes.. bl'tl'r
from the of the between the
rays sun delicate than cabbage-easier of digestion from calculated\ interfere with found built. Near Archer a first-clas.s nursery I is
1 it
AT : to "stop
e\r.tlln necessary
hours of f D and 4 tho 1.WTF\ .
n m m. plants
p. i' or and therefore healthier for that class clean If inclined established which i is
being working
to over" and of the quite a
will be killed us fast as they reach the surface visit some
of the ground. of consumers! whose sedentary habits require lumps or clods, use: a harrow house or hand cntl'r1rblng revolution in fruit-growing in the neighbor-
in diet. rake hoe to the men who are rapidly building up
great care or according urea or
Sow the seeds us thinly as practicable indrums According to Peter Henderson-whose! ex- nature of prong thu ground. Where necessary to and developing the resources of the surrounding ho. Ooo railroad and private lands may
inch deep and about four Inches
one erience eminent New York market- and it Is in localities here on very favorable terms
t Press the earth firmly around the l> as un ue lal necessary rl'Il country. The land here is comparatively -
apart. numbers the it be, either Archer with its historic associationsof
4yr gardener, over thirty 'l'IIr.4UII} sea, may sown Leaving
heeds after covering, by placing a plank o'uthe level and has been wet, but a )
soil that will grow early cabbages will grow broadcast to breaking up, or afterwards and ballot-boxes -
drill and it. previous political we
walking struggles
upon| cauliflower, us their requirements almost in t time} along with the thorough system of drainage has been inaugurated -
Where convenient to boxes, they arc m.nurl. "
use that kind of sand hills
ttis similar." And continuing the subject in his: L off the.rows three or three and I half and the land has become dry and enter sugest.h'cof
t-i be preferred It is easierto
exclude insects-MO many: respects. after the admirable work on "Gardening fur Profit," running twice in the same fur ; productive. Over ten thousand orange trel'l poverty, and wonder for what they werecreates
ravenous )Ir, 11. remarks Hut thu is Into this furrow which should bo '
: us product row ), unless: to furnish a sanitarium for
tender plants of and early have been ) within! the
summer two
young past ,
Their more valuable, extra manuring and preparation broad us well as deep, distribute strong, short 1)lltl'tl
fall. will also be found to involve the world) with Occasionalbol-
use of the soil will be well repa tI." stable manure, at the rate of at (least one and all ( exceptions caused by negligence ; interspersed
much le labor in shading and protecting Our confirms this to 50 linear feet Cover lows, looking fertile and green, which offer
own experience except and
from violent storms of wind and rain todl'art.loat every ,) are as thrifty vigorous!! as can
Having dej osited: the seeds' safely in the that cabbages can he successfully produced )' 1 furrow on either side, and be found anywhere. I was inforll,1 that but little of interest: to the tourist for the
1 on land too dry to perfect the cauliflower; Icvl off with 1 boant After this, the rows next nine miles when the whistle remindsus
ground, we will alow them till our next 1 issueto good lands: could be procured within !
and that this difference in their requirements setting out may be 13rk.1 by very
germlnatl.mwhl1e we will be thinking is not )peculiar to this climate. Mr.Henderson a small furrow node with a narrow 1low- one to two miles of the town, at five to ten that we are still in the land of the 1\'ing.
the best plan of treating the
over young further adds : "In situations taking care to follow the first furrow as dollars acre and the new buildings and thrifty appearance -
to insure their conversion into per
plants where could be it would For the work of
irrigation practiced laying
und cents closely as loibll' At MILLS I found old friend around us: renders it almost unnecessary -
be of great benefit in dry weather. We : off; I g plow is an admirable Tv.rL'1 my ,
for the brakeman cull
to out
I have occasionally found when ourbeds were implement. In garden beds, or other small Simon J. Temple, as busy as ever, und the DROXiO -

The time for seed sowing was omitted in convenient to water that even watering by plats, the line will be, .serviceable. The most enterprising man in the Slate He has last seen under u cloud of smoke from recent -

our last. It should begin about the middle hand has been; of advantage. Hut few or plants should he set' about five inches apart recently built a tram road! six miles to contlagarution, but now new buildings

of August, with the later varieties: un.Il'un- no other crops of our garden wilt repay that in the drill. KlngIl's upon the right and left, large, substantial,
tinue, with Intervals of a week, to the mid- lalwr." This I is known us the level culture," 10I I Lake and we might name many ollr
tile or latter ;part of September, ending with In this State most: everytnwk farmer has called in eontra-disthiction to the trenching acts of benevolence other enterprises have pretty UJMHI our right, in an open, airy

the curlier kinds. The object in distributing: some low, rich spot ofjxntom or lake margin system of former years. Touching this subject t''l'h'CI at his hands.: Mr.( Temple probably lot, stands the Alamo, a new and neat hotel

,sued I sowing through; several weeks>ll" to in- suitable fur the production of the cauli Mr.( Henderson remarks in "Gardening cuts more lumber,manufacture's more kept, and well kept, by firs EI'llron-nut
iroase the chances of the plants': escaping flower. It must, however, be well-drained for profit :" "Almost all private cultivatorsstill orange
the destructive' ravages of Inll'l't'l.rul!' just land, and no matter how fertile it may teem think it necessary to dig out trenchessix boxes and vegetable crates, makes more money a widow, but the worthy helpmeet of her

here it is proper to call attention to the importance naturally, u liberal supply' of tvell-rotted to twelve inches deep, in\'ol'lnp and is happier, than any other man on ]husband: one of the live merchants of the

of having; an abundant supplyof! stable manure will more certainly ensure the labor and expense) and gi\ ulterior the line of the road.Temple's town Upon our left, the large and fine-
plants!' -at least double the number that are flowering; of the plants and! profitable returns crop to that planted on the level surface in looking store of Senator W.
Mill( only a little over a mile Levy's J, Jones,
expected to mature so as' to keep the stand to the planter. the manner practiced on hundreds of acres i
perfect.1 Of the dozen or more varieties,, grown in bv the lurkl gardeners in the vicinity of from STABKK where cheap lumber, of easy flanked by a number of other stores, con-

Two feet each way may i be taken us a fair the United 1 :States the three following are N'ew a'cC'4, has given an impetus to building spicuous' : among which, for its bright paint

average; distance for planting out cabbages! recommended as well adapted to our soil The first operation after the plants have and this thrifty little town ho und tasty ap|>earance, is the drug store of
and cauliflower* in the field This gives i : and c'lilllnle'iz.. : Henderson's Early: Snowball takll root, and begun to grow oft vigorously' grown up Dr.
Jackson In
four square feet to each plant And !since Kxtru: lady: Paris, and Extra Early: is: called the "handling: process, which with wonderful rapidity during the past few the distance, on the

there arc 43,5fJO: :' ) square feet in an acre of Dwarf l Krfurt, selected: seed of Peter Hen-[ consists in draining i the soil with a hoe from years. lk'Shll" : number of good business hill, stands the white courthouse and its

land the quotient from dividing this last derson. These are ull dwarfs, and on that 1 iNj'mt midway}' between the rows to the houses, I>shops etc., Starkc can boast of live humble but appropriate companion, the jail ;
number; by f"llr-the number of square' feetassigned account to be preferred us less liable* to injury rot of the pl tit.s, and then with the hand I the little church "
the Here the first just: round the
to each plant-will represent the from winds than the giant kinds.Sow packing it snuglv around each, suns to fUI'ethe I newspaper, Telegraph. corner,
number plants) on an acre at that distance, the !aetsl 1 in Ixixcii us you would cabbages branches and ll'a\"e in an upright posi .I large bearing; orange groves or trees meet and the school house near ; the surroundings

viz. : 10,8M! This simple rule for quickly ; keeping;; ; the earth moist but nut i'''\\L' ,l tion. As this takes away earth from the the eye of the visitor. The surrounding high and rolling, dotted with'buildings

.accurately)' determining;: the under of by daily watering. Kxjm.se: the Imxes: an La*l' or root, mot must be supplied by country is good and rich in farm product, and young orange groves ; the climate dry
plants on an acre of ground at any distance hour or two to the sun early in the morningand again draining from the middle of the row,
from each other, will be useful: to beginners late in the afternoon ; of course allowing and so tin I which gives u luc..1th.e trade to her business and healthy ; the town is thrifty and im-

in horticultural nj'eratlons. Divide t the number the covering to remain off during the 1 In the 1r tle.c'ai of "blanching," two persons houses.Leating: proving; lots of live people ant considera-

of square feet in the Held or plot of land liht. unless to protect the plants, from are n"lulrll-m\ the stems of the Starke:, we pass over the great I hie brag,"

to be planted by the number of square' feet I beating rains .\ soon as the plants have plant and hold them r"l and close, while Santa Fe one of the richest tracts of The whistle ISronsoii is behind
each plant is tohave-which Is the product I attained four It'IIIhin nut by transplanting theotherdruws up the earth and bank with swamp /ulll" soon -
of the distancesach way-ami the result I into other boxes, to two or two and a hoe and hand. The obvious reasons: for land in the State, when properly tl.1ill1 us, and nothing to cheer our journey '

I Ii will l ho the number required. ; halflllt in the drill. This will encourage which is to prevent the dirt from sifting in \Yc next come to the bright and beautiful onwanl (for nigh has thrown her mantle

For 1>1\1'oI.: .cultivation of cabbages: the .: I lure !tuhLI growth, besides between the stems, causing ru-t unit decay.Select little town of WALDO. I intended to pass I around us) the hois of supi>er-visions
laud i should bo rich uu1cicntly so\ to produce making it easier to hurts Cabbage a dry day for this work ; and give the in
sixty bushels of corn to the acre1. r and tomato plants will be benefited bya finishing touches with the spade, packing through this place without :word I, knowing prospective of venison, wild turkey,

It is scarcely necessary to say that cow-pen similar trl' tnllt and smoothing the dirt on each side, and I that, although these jxxiple have no newspaper ham and eggs, hot coffee and real cream.

lands are admirably adapted to this: puri>osc, I The ground ('lulto\Hf cspcuallv In leaving it in Ihall[ similar to an inverted they are amply able to t-jieuk fur Dry up," do you say.? No, sir. They are
especially if the surface is turned nndor two stiff lands, can 'IJ' tOi thoroughly or wedge, or sharp roof. The is rawnmaleand themselves. They know the value of the of what that
or three times while being trodden with cat I deeply bnkl'l up and l'Ut\rZl"l item, remain in the fief without print fUlton) jolly host,
tle. Cotton-seed and barnvard manure, composted plant, great required in the I injury, wi wanted for the table or for ere ink, of lime in the shape of whitewash, Capt. Mason, gave me last, and which cheer

: together with muck or gypsum makea 11'II'l of working, to avoid (coming;': in contact :shipping.; and of drainage and cleanliness for health my' fainting spirit now.

tuanuru hard to excel. Of commercial fertilizers with the leaves, which can only he ac and beauty. A good hotel, a church auln Sounding wmistle-sluntberbroken-liglmts
one of the very best and safest for Il'mltsht'l l by light culture. Iicncetime 1( HORTlTLTR\L.-.\ serious mistake i in view
naturally aril soils: Ii lione-flour This is: I all ht'Iwlrk should be done !is tft1 ('ultittl'l1 by fruit-gr\f and pious-looking people were sufficient Inducements -supj>er house.CEDVB .

simply url' bones re-duced to u 'r, I 1)1\'ioUJ tl tllltn'lut. Thesamedistanee(2x2) gardeners of sl:1 mean in undertaking for me to stop over Sunday. KEY, the growing little sea-iiort city

and >M Ing iiiiekly dissolved, is: readily appropriated I ( ). as :1 \ for cabbages, will tU much. IJy courtesy'}' of Mr.( .'lrrnl engineer and at the terminus of the road, is of sufficient ,

by the rootlets of plants. It may i l hl' quite suflie-ient for cither of the'ari"til' It !is no uncommon thing for a new orange superintendent of the work, visited the Intl'ret to make the subject of another let t'
Iw very advantageously used: in the hill ut above named, und the same time for setsl 1 grower to start out with ten-acre grove ter on )return to K; xxs ts,
the rate of l.onu pounds l per acre sowing.Cauliflower. when his means. prudently 1 estimated, did canal. .\the basin in Waldo I found! a

It will doubtless: surprise many to know I i is> I favorite vegetable with not really justifyuwre than three ; and as a force of about ten 1t'hanil' and laborers
that Peter Henderson the justly-famed New- our winter visitoro, and the ho his l'aoJ'BLnl one prejiaration)' has received
I tUU'rOlli consequence of inability to supply the building a steamboat for l'rvil' on the so praise i from iu
York gardener recommends the application tell and throughout the Uu patrons, nor is
iHiarding-houM' | requisite nutriment and attention, his trees and cuertmg of s
of from seventy-five\ to one hundred tons country wi'UII"UIC thousands, if they' i I become yellow and diseased, and the resultpracticafly canal. l'l near the Santa Fe Kenewer. 'llnen.I.ton, a Hall's Hair

i stable manure: or twelve hundred jioumls I i can! get thl'U like I rl.ulnb l' I failure This !is particularly! lake. the large. dredging machine is doing millions: who t have (used theoice it of the
pure Peruvian ;guano, or one ton bone-flour, price. true in pine and light hammock, 1.1lhL. (capital work, running lil'h'1 hours pier nounce it the Lett hair ttreuiuy wlten we l'f
j (' J> 0 J heavy manuring U,; designed; I Ix? broadcast, for shipping; them out of the Mute, Itl'llil' iVrtiluing must begin with or pre wih unnvalll the ThO who are effected
and for a uewssion: of crops It (is unquestionably and on the best mode of doing this we will 1t first planting, and be regularly kept Several workmen are ltg.1JI..1 on the IlI'pcopl \ itching\tl! hS'.of or irritation scalp find, accompanied with

; false economy to practice stint in at a future day make "'lt suggestion*. I up sal long;': a the grove b..ti. For obtousreasons : Church, now Wing t'rt'l.tt.'tl in this invaluable relief and renewal

the supply of plant fool To realize, in the A*to the profits of ,. crop Henderson this manuring must be iurreated in- of Salem, ., 1'.Utt..rI is inclined. to fall off remedy. Wheu the hair

harvest that crhaps hundreds: of dollars give $'.)> jiff acre us his average. Yet he stead of iliunuiihuil; (as U too often the ease)>, mill-site at the basin.of the canal, and will henewer will strengthen, a moderate the. U of the
have been sacrificed tor the sake of saving a has us much u wkkI tl'l a single after the tree bearing. hair and of the I
will be ret'ec' acre in raullriovt Cannot 'OUmll' h\'l: a first-class *atv-uiill in running order preserve it, and if it exhibits a tendency -
few at the outset, no pleasant I : Fluri&Lagar 'fhr year utter the close of the war, : to turn will
tloil to the! gardener truer equal that. n the orange fever first broke out in by early in October. l'l r.-Jiw gray(pI!,)i Tcf.rlp.restore the natural


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- ; THE METEOROLOGY; OVVLOttlttA.: appendages in F.nglaud; : were open to all. jilish!. their slid :Many localities !highly. !. J. & T. KYDD
The cosmopolitan: character of the people lauded by interested parties a* !sauitariou:\ ,
The name of "JVr.W/ (Dr. l'. 1. Ken-
one meet in themt the case informality nndbniitniinmifttf jiossfss! a tcnaccous dayey !soil and in conMijuence -
1 worthy, of Jacksonville, Fla.,) needs t no introduction American !society I iu geiicral.and I I } are objectiomihfc. Iu a large portion ('4H'. ('.'nCt" niul Third SI*.. "'I'UX.XIHX1"I.OUln..\ ,

t from us. He is known to all the deMre I of all to aid each: other in killing of this :State: the "ill"l !sandy, or n sandy stock of and Fancy
: wherever the English language! i* spoken.However time I pleasantly I make\ a long tarry at them loam through/ which wi.ter rapidly} percolate ;- Arc constantly adding to their Stable
a round of pleasure! ; for hop\ balls, concert* I *, lulu\ hl1l11t'lliatl'lnlh'r a rain'tlie invalid ooo( 1)1)1)1) ( S.w :-I
nncu: (! ;( 000
to give due weight to the Ino..tI 1 PPPP i Imm: : ; YY YY .
I : and 'k1",11'l.II1I1lU"I'IIII."t" are indulged in to .lI11Hwllik out incurring tiny ooooo( PPPPPIP :.,; ::-::-
I important part of this article, w e may I.I iy a very lArge extent Hnniiishould! therefore disk! from !surface nioi"t tnrc. AS a general I i>111111))) 1:1l:1m: }: : ;rV; YY YY cn(:}( iUOUU; ; co; ()O oo oo oo PP PPssPP !
: the and during rule t the rain-fall 5* I light I but light inches tlll > HI; }: : YY YY SS.vs-S: \
he ha* enjoyed a professional! : experience not be known during evening; 00 0000 OO( PP) DP : : :
I ; invalid, ) IIUIInt:}: : : YYY ( !in
tltI.'Inh'r months and the willscarcely
the day there are !so many opportunitiesfor ; PP PP tt
} I oo
t extending over third of a century ; he ha* / and tiu.la 1111WItI'11 he will be unable tlt tll l 1:1: l: Itll: ; YY fill; col< ; oo 00 oo
riding !
lisping \ ) SS.SSNSPPPP :
boating yachting: ooooo PPPPP) ) :
wandered in lands and i is in : out 111I1I1)!) 1m: : ': YY CiWtitU: ; ;< :< ; ooooo)
many consequence !shooting that the person who cannot: )tind a to take! exercise! of door What with a I'l ) ) 000( PPPP! v. SSS: (
II titilitH.! .
competent to judge of climate lie I mean, recreation must indeed be hard to tine I climate, charactcri/cd by n temperate I 1 1 1:1: J ; : YY
Lite there I"i combination of thatto thermal} range, marked: absence u of fogs (a* Shoos. .'Ct'.
ha* also enjoyed, extensive: opportunities\ \ of please. Clothing. Bats, ('nl'!'*' Hoofs
be 'found in Nice Naples' Hriirhton. Scarborough compared: with other I vc lions} ), a dry atmosphere /
!studying pulmonary diseases! in New York\ and Saratoga, during\ : the ""t'lI'ol1! ," } hi.'hltlZOIIl1.1 1. infrequent rain, ---

mid English hospital! in the rapacity: of hence, one may: readily' understand, that it i I.* marked absence of severe !storms cheerful I PRICES.
hospital} physician! and !Burgeon; lie has! anything; hilt "111111," Independent of the society, comfortable! accommodation. *, good DRV GOODS AT NKW YORK RKTAIL
!x'.ijurior' hotels! there are numerous\ boarding and nutrition, foodoppmurhtltitie4 change: w.
visited! 1 at various times diUcrcnt sections of ---
houses! where tourists, and invalid may of place and scene, medicinal' !spring*, boating .,JJ
this State, nnd inquired into the ell'eet of ,,,1tailll''ll'l'1I1'l1t: accommodation at reasonable :' !Sailing hunting, !shooting, and t tithing} :'- .\ l'lIt'ti'r PEVI.ix. Order\ pnuuptly attended. to.. .-!""" ......... '- -
this climate in the of disease. would lie dillieult tt) tind winter resort -- - -
cure pultnnjiury\ rate: !*--as reasonable a* iu frequented it a I
Hence hi* evidence i I.* worth more cities[ of the North. equal( to Florida.We 1
From Jacksonville: any portion of the do tint pretend( to say that Flol'iollll'1'4-' SAN () UN & HOYT"
than that of those who have lint1.ih.,1: the for h climate I
model ilimatc.
nttecaullit. reached 1 by railroads! or !steam sesses a sm a
State and whose interest! might be subserved boats. If parties: wish to enjoy time beauties! cannot liefoundin this \\.rII..t'. uurs! ; but we SKCOXP: STKEET: : XI':.\ n CENTKK: :,
I }hy manufacturing climatic t reputation of the :St.; Johns: thev can I be, :accommodated l maintain that all in ail it I is the best climate
for other localities by the large and\ well arranged; !steamer I that t cast of the Corky: Mountains for. tn! invalid. t1'Iln1.I.".\USlt IIKTAILGROCE11S :
leave} Jacksonville IhlilH they desire to "In 0tlnt0ltlplatti'aMays! I Pi.) FII'I'I I he'
Since writing the following, Dr. Kl'II\\'Or. extend their trip to Indian; ; Iliver: they can !sci n cry in last: Florida". in the month of C.1I.ANDrERs:
thy ha< written 11l'lahol'atl' treatise" on cross the narrow !strip of laud between the January: ', the Northern man: i is apt to forget SHIPVMI I ,
"The Climatology of Florida 1 ," as compared 1 1I tv\o river-i by rail rou'1. If liny desire to that it i I.+ a winter landscape., To him all
I reach the !SolltIiVcSt''tit! and tropical; Key nature i is dtllll I"1. The writer, beinir attached tnvt.ris t ix
with that of'other winter resorts! setting West! I they can take train\ to Cedar Key" and in January, 1ST: to a boat expedition
1 forth} in clear and logical, term the life- the .\.1 steamships! of Miller} and l1'llllt'l'-; to operate} against the :Scininnlc-: night fin
gl"llIt1,1: health-restoring! inlluenccs! of our son from I that port' \ to Tampa, Manatee: Key pitched' ; no tent, but lay beneath the canopy tin-'\ [i'i' J: [ ( 'o xJ I: oii's j c.ItlCll'li_ J [ 1.i1L' ( J
with I V- "
I Florida climate upon the invalid. This West, and Havana.: : If they arm iHiMi} ! examine a beautiful and\ productive section face, a* a )protection against) tindews.. In
j treatise: was read before the State Medical and l enjoy the hl'l:1II'of: unsurpassed: t this dimate: the 1 rigor:* of winter are unknown, ---
i Association! of which} the 1 Poet' or i i.* }president It I- quail !>shooting; u tiip of 11.1.\\. hour in an and smiling: verdure never eeasi to renal; "
\ and{ i iv published pamphlet! :\ form.Jltltlor admirable sleeping! car will laud th'lIIl1t the In the language; : of Dr. lace of New York .\ t\Icn:< ; : STOCK OF\ 1'hlN1'I'UI:1.AT.l1'.l\'N: : : :; ON HAND.ARLINGTON .
t eaital'i'a1laha} ..se.-a pi ice noted for education the American editor of Copehind's l Iirli'ourrV; ) :-MiMV! ]! I
Tniir.tt Id, 1 Iniinigrttnf: : The nbove intelligence, i refinement and a genial tif, Mr f caption: will I no doubt bring censure upon ito'' uindity. If they' are inclined to view the mildness of the li1lall'lfth:,.. region (\peninsula -
f the writer, because he darts to refer to the wild and weird !w:I'IH'I'of the thr-I'uult'ul I of Florida.) it appe-ir to i poises! an NURSERIES.
attractions and res urcc: of a !spmal' locality (klawaha, and the wondrous attraction. of insular temperature\ not les; equable and
1 ; but \"Ullre aware that I am liberal in :Silver; Spring' ; they can: enjoy a | 111t trip !salubrious! ill winter ban that all.mru im v1 by -
'- my views and favor: no !section of the State : by taking! one of Iilt'st'mtllmer4! plying; on thustutillnestrcntu. the south! of 1'\11'01'1',111,1: is I Ihl''d.rl': well -

: :\IiIII" often a* have clothed my idea in Ancient and attractive1. adapted; to those form of! pulmonarydisease, ntnriviu 'I'caus.: i.Oti1'a.' I'IU-:
the drapery' of ink, an I referred to the advantages Augustine, with its old and quaint[ }1'1I11j.h as bronchitis and Incipient phthisis\..., a* are 'l'lCOlaU'\I. and SI'JII-'I'ItCUaUI.\I.:

1 :and resources of various portion building;! can be reached: in u few hours. benefited 11":1 mild climate. Mildnc'** and t'ot'S ttlttt : : I ut.the State I have visited, I have: !studiouslyavoided Owing: to the issue: excursion t ticket! on uniformity are the two distinguishing characteristics -
a reference to this! city the varimi: lines of travel in the :State: at a \ of tit( Florida' 1I"la. If 1\t' ,
t. I am gratified. to find} that: enterprising' reduced' rate, those who desire\ change can compare) the climate of East, ( \Florida with

; parties in our thrifty sister: I\'' of Fcrnandinu be. gratified.\ the most favored situation on continent Itiil l.Ml < > Tr :MAPF)) : SPECIALTY i :
.\NIi CllOiCi: VAiiiTlis: ; : < triitiK< -es
ti;, are about (to engage) 111 the publication ,! Climate: :society\ and ,'aril'lIla'I' much of 1-:111'0\,1',111": \ ( the island held in the highest
}. of a paper' that will know no :South: no to dii with time enn mdese'ic'! of; invalid, and estimation for: mildness! and( equability
: North, no East: no West I, nor no Middle Florida their requirements in addition to excellent temperature in regard to lit; mean tem --
;"' hut pimply, recognize the fact that Florida of thewarmest
: ; medical* advice can t 101' secured in this Hty.Fnfortunatelv pcratnrul'IVintcrunu !sllinirrth11t ,
'itd I for I C Catalogue.
has a common interest : that personswho : :for" the reputation of thi* I and coldest months! :and I that ot 141'1' Descriptive\ Ai.iir.itT i. UlnU'la.l.
\ reside i in the North and West! who wNh i State: and other I'l1Iltal'I't'sOl't!', nfyny III- successive month and seasonsu) !shall I tind! ,
+;v; to escape the embraces: of Old llorca (nay \'aliI"1II1.t1'all', ; in the autumn merely to find the results! generally: : in favor of the former. 1 tf JACKSONVILIK., : FLA.It. .
1J be induced to Hee to it a* do the birds a grave in a strange laud.: \ This happen\ hecaiiso 'Thu it I is cas'dv: monMrated' ,b, that invtill4rlvluiring -- -- --
:;r: One tiling;: that has retarded the onwanprogress I Ijf.J : cases of fur advanced; and incurable ; a mild) winter residence have goneto '1. IIi\l: > !:itSO.\ TUT.: 1"I.CUtln.\
of our :State; in the j>ast has peen) ,Ii"l'a..t'iil'l' !sent abroad}, : by physician, when foreign. land iu search of \hal; might; t be
sectional jl'aloll"I1ltl it is time that tho <' (they ought; to be kept at home and ha"their !found. nt la\lllll'-lin evergreen land, in which Fl'I: I JJ( (!
who pander to the unnatural oill-pring; pillow! smoothed\ I by the baud of wild flowers! never cease to unf ,Id! their ANI'FACTt'UINO: r OWN IMIMIOVKMKN'T: : CO tl'\NY.
should be :spurned, by every lover of oniState. direction. 111 change of air physician I have petal. In winter the atmosphere i I.* comparatively -
: It has been asserted I that: jealousy i I.* a powerful remedial agent, hut it i4 i farcicalto : \ \: dry\ and serene, owing; to the cir I' x i> i: i: T A it i.: u / "
prompted' by love, but the opposite' i I.* generally !end the advanced invalid( to u 'good climate cuutstanc'that the rain generally fall: at u .
the ease ; for. though jcalouy be J'I'OIIU'l'II hoping to elVect a cure tln-reby.' Myopportunities ( particular: wa.on.\: i iIrI FIFTH ST., FF.UNANPINA FLA.M '
by, : love, a* ashes'' are by lire, yet jealousy (for" observation have been! extended 1 Forry, based on a I long; army experience ,(LVrntiHiliiiii ,

extinguishes love, a* ashes mother the ullIll 1 have no hesitation in asserting: \ I iu Florida, was! in the habit sending! Touns oil It. It. Lies, .
tlame. Whatever tends to J.uihll1l' or improve that the dim'ite of Florida is \\'lIl1lll1l'h..t: to his pulinonic patients to this! Mate, and he
} one portion\ of the State tend to improve persons sutl'cring !from consumption in its confidently i predicted from :a long residence! AIM ('a''nr lia') .
the whole, and it'Wt.! are true to ourselves caily !stage or chronic l.iryngeal and 11I' ''I1- in Florida, attached to the United State
; we must foster. a kind and neighborly l'Illallllli'I'li.1II11' asthma, dyspepsia\ )} iheuniatisin .\1'111Ihat "when the pcrtnd> of the red
feeling. If one city, county or section i h and affections} { of the kidneys. .\ temperate man' departure shall have 1 juitsed, the climate
improving and settling; more rapidly' than and dry climate, and one not subjectto of this land of lloweiv would l acquire a
mint her, let n* all join in thanks for' snelprogress great atmospheric: vicis.situdc! !should, bo celebrity\ as a winter residence not inferior 0111'114 to IA-SSCC*' and t lar111.1.ct'v a 1111'1';
; for if one locality improve) in jirteKt'ittie t the invalid and these found southern ..
selected by are to that of Hair, Madiera, or number of the most eligible: : and! do'iniblcIxits I !
others will bo favorably influenced in in Florida.; During the winter months: this France."

I ::;.r futitro 11\'' such improvement. WhiNl! I amprepared :State: cannot excelled for. }health by any The prediction, of the \learned Pr. Forry : : COFFJNtsAND ) suitable for llusincss: )rurposcai, or fur
)m"l'1.1.1I'j.m( I> WOOPF.N
\ 1 to admit that many !sections! : otFlorida portion of the United :States.: Owing to the has been verified, and the! 11I'I11i,11I"IlIlIk'4 ,
\ climatic advantages !superiorto CASKKTS:: ; : City or Suburban ]HI'I'I.lc'III'('''.
: : and drvatmosphere
possess small o rain-fall.vlnnbie; : temperature} to Florida as! his! main Ollrl'l'--a": a haven,
Jacksonville, yet all must admit thai ) of till winter\ months., it i I.* eminently ) where chilling blasts will not reach 1'lIIlIlIlt!
;, this! city }ills attractions: : for the tourist: andinvalid'that will I'll'' 1 to the invalid. There being no ('liiiiuticmigcari(4 will accomplish more than W1IITK MI-JTAI: .\ 1 SIIA'KII> :: I'LATKI) Ul'ON' EASY TERMS.- .
cannot be found outside of it. elevat'ed lll1l\1l.* near the :State: sudden iitinoHpherie medication. .l l. FIIKSCO.Fin. TIMM.MINas:

Such being the case, I propose saying u few changes are not common a* in many .1"'k..I/II/'ilI, ., .1,,,,., }.'i.'itJ.JlB..LT'U'lJI4XISc. Libeud: Discounts) on Values allowed to
words about thi: place: because I deem it portions of the United States and the shores i. ;: r CONSTANTLY: ON JI.\ n.4"1=
worthy of some consideration.Florida I of the Mediterranean. The noithwest and parties engaged iu manufacturing: or industrial -

I is: doomed to be the most attractive westerly winds arc tempered' during their! ; OF I'LOf111):1.Onlt'ii enterprises, who will erect on the -
winter resort in the world, a* a sequenceof I passage across the fulf! of Mvxico, and the! ov Rs'r.FF. ('.\m ". COMI-.VXV. J'lflil'14,111'11: <,,1 mid! dressed and, preserveiluntil property
its accessibility, climate, skirting} and chilling northeast hlafs that are so !searchIng \VAI.HO, August t :i'i:::, I'iSO.l / ), burial, with. or without the usc.of! ice.Kcmains purchasi-d! I mihstanlial! I improvements t trr

other uttl".1dion.Vlll'lI its u.h'untll.t'IUrl'knowlI ; and disagreeable in many localities are ). S. 1'1.\n-JJr: Nlr : In reply to yournote cxhumitl and placed in cases: fur or in which to (conduit their
in Kngland: many who frequentCannes modified by jnussing over the U ult'tjtJ"JIII.. i removal.Telegraphic. l'IICIH't.
Nice and Mentone will( he attracted .\* temperature has: much to do with the inquiring] as to health of men employed orders promptly! attended) to. business.INDUCEMENTS. .
hither by our dry and genial climate. restoration health of invalid*, I will givea i on the :Santa Fe Camd for the past four ::1.-am '
In the language: of an 'I English: tourist' The table( of mean temperature fur winter summers, 1 would state that we have had - -- -- ---,- --- ) : TO ,MANIIFACTUKKIIS ( -

climate of Florida is the t linct ill the worltl, months fur :stations in the United l States and employed' llIt times from twenty to fifty men, H. i:. TTiitiit: : : hy exemption for' a tl'r1 of(! }'lt from
for though; ten degree nearer the equator the Continent recommended as winter resi
than southern Italy, the temperature is not duncosforluer14on4sutrt'riugfr"u1 pulmonary white and colored l. native burn and newcomers taxation, ollered l hy tho several rtier'nnuttowns. (

any warmer, and the air i ix far more dry, disease As data regarding .\ k'Il, :S. (\ and although! considerably excised I : nx.\( FLORIDA) : ( Apply to
and salubrious. The \ cunnutheset'nrvl: I shall refer to Augusta, IJmS'\
equable mean temperature to wet weather, I heat, mud and water, I
from November to April varies from On.! us the nearest {mint where 1 am cognizant 11/\/: un: is 71-Oilee'or. Iteach .th ht:, IVrn.indina.
.r:2 to "3, but the average may be placedat 1 of data having been obtained. s Agns- have experienced' less delay on account of 16tfQ'1'REE1'1'

(il. This: renders it an unriValed resort ta and Aiken are not very far distant, we sickness than on any similar work during I'Ine I'ItnllI )' Groceries ---- -----------
I for. those tiering from pulmonary complaints have reason to believe that their climatic several years'experience with public enterprises : ; a: nUO'I'II.U.:
; for, according to the census: of 170 conditions cannot materially vary. .AM i'
in fact, lIto not call to mind
fewer people died of consumption 1 there than Mean temperature{ for t winter months : ; Ht.t'lIlllltC'.t. "l'\"I'itl] I'irSSWqwSS'i -Oft1'e.
in any State of the Union, and those: who J Fla..ugusta I any case of seiious. sickness among Hie men J' It ) VISIONS.Cnstonicrs I I .
!succmnbed 1 to the disease were, in nearly! all\ that pus: orignatcd l from cliniaticcau(duce :" : ;:
_, cases: invalids! from other section of the itrcckinridgc I Minn(I .......................21.4 the work commenced.\ There are hands: on .. 't- ,.. -..;:.,..... .:--i
country. Many }persons: suffering from that Atlantic (City, N. J.:7.1: 't 1 ; : \'. :
.. .. .. ... .... the 111'l'Ic-llI.at;, who )have lived 1 on it and ." -. ;. .
dire ('oiuplaillt'I.lt the State to get cured. 1 Los Angclos: Oil..... .. .. . .51.0 can rely "in getting I CHOICE: '): ? t f ( :
A. Jacksonville contains about lt>,iNX) inhabitants : Nits, N.Ilt h France..... ..................... l'i.3' : I slept on it for the past year, working at nj -

'I ._... and .is the___ metroiMilis and objective] :St.; Michids, A/.ore>..........................57.'J: times night as well as day, and have not lost GOODS:;,' as
l.oint of the State, the con.sequence of various Atmospheric humidity! has much to do A&ft'-r.M
time ) account of sickness. I
railroad and steamboat and steamship with the convaIeM.-nce III'1II'all.."" and contrary any experience QaiJ "** *'*" fl t"1*** ri iJ i

lines centering at this: i>oint. Ucing n distributing to the statementof)l those who deny no difliculty in obtaining men to work NOTHING I L'uI''nil': FINIST IIUANPH! hi ::4
]Hiint, it knows: no cast: no west, it, I Florida\ |Mi.-..e>-.se.s a remarkably dry climate. on the canal excavation because: of any fear I.
no north, no Ninth, but is alike interested As evidence! of this fact, we-shall of ill-heulth. The solid thiy taken front the
in the advancement and pro-pcrity of give few figures quoted from Itlodgctt'sClimatology
} every a in stock.
(IMlrtlun of the State. Its hotel: are not excelled ( I\lltlllllidal rt'Jltlrt:4I1C the :Signal; bottom of the ctmal covers up all of the surface I are kept.. '
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'by any in the South: and for fear that Service Department rt-pirdingthe mean relative mold and decayed vegetation which is
some scctionalist 11I'U"t..' me of i>artiali- atmospheric' humidity of the following disturbed ill carrying on the work. I A\<;ii4 tV ritn\i, Jr1STOVKS :
hostelries I will stations for the months Diremlter, January ;
ty regarding our quote Some consideration I think should\ be
faun the communication of an English February and Mania: I > AKK1W AND CONFKCT10NK1W; :
tourist published in The jiifen of I' mdon, Atlantic City, for the '('ur./oi1.2/ 1 83.5 given to good pure water lists] by the men, ,,O

England: ; : "Those who wish to escape a Augusta; la. ..........'H.'J ( J.3Ureckinridge and dry, well ventilated} quarters to mite in. "UI/Il't: HEATEUS, UANUF.llS;
northern winter flee to Florida as early as Minn .........7'J.l 70.0 There i"1\ <" delay from sick ness! here than
.ilkMeuther, and as large mimlx-r of them Duluth, Minn.( ......,...73.7 73.0 (J:rorerirn' ('I'ltrM, stud 'I'ob..o", TIN AXW SHEl-rr-lUON: : WAKK,
are in excellent health I ami go South like Ixis AngeloH, ('a1. ..........W.2 tUA there WJuLe\ on similar work: in the Wi-st

bird! only for the jmqioKj following the San Diego) Cul. .........75.3 7-.O and Northwest in the munmer time. TOYS AND .'AS'CH'fJCI.H' : HOOFINO AND. GUTTERING: ,.
sun, they make the towns! along the banksof Jacksonville, Fla.mm ...........G/; ; W.H Cenlme' ; Cull), .
the l>t. Johns! River scenes of bouyant In a reii-nt nutnl>er of n J&lIlIltl"'llUthic I ClCI31It; WOOD l'mn Ere.;
pleasure for four or live months, and one iiedcal[ joiunal, I read a tirade regarding: Wedding, Knu-rtulnmi-ntu: and) 1'icnicn,
may there American social life in all its Florida by un erratic writer v ho talked learnedly Superintendent and .;llirwc'r.;, furnlohiil( ut the fchorti-st! notice at rock-hot-) A. largo block: of Stove on hum! Give usa

freedom and ""a'ct)'. The largot and moat about, fogs! Limp atnu>'sphere, heavy toin prices, at c'al. and comjiare our jiriccs with thoiH of
imjiortant and the gayest city in the State isJacksonville rain, nial.iria, etc., ('h'.. during the winter .JIUH.XXI: (.....\ u ic i:, ANfJKL'S; : IIAKKItY: other house's 'here or elsewhere.e .
which i"l''nlu.'I1 on a bank of niontliM. Iat: this! wouhl-l>e-Haiiitarian basediu t'utru trt..t. -, -_ --- --- .
the St.: Johns River, u few miles from its twaddle entirely upon hearsay and sulilwmitfon. '.!:* 01" .. c\tII'\ O. Iluilding.b' ---
mouth. In this wealthy metropolis them One jieculiarity of a large j ortion l'IIIHU ST., Hrr. l'txn&LlIfL': .\, -- --- -- -- O. K. O.K' H.
objects. to time tourist are u f Florida U the of fogs. i
<)>t prominent infrequency They ; T U Vi -try !
t... the large number of white saloon ttt.8JUt !I 1 Vmietimex.xi-ur; in December,hut are cleared FKK.VANJH.VA' "' ''_\., pONTUACTOU AND IIUJLDKlt. ;,
Ay, }boats that line the wharves or course upI away b)' the un. Hut when they do occur .
and down the river, and the splendid hotels. I II which Is ncldoiii! they are not so dense amid'crshteut Db: LEa IS THE: W. LOHMAN.VS' )\I"\c'l'lt
that occupy the principal thorou'! :?hfurs. I I1Jf they are in the North and in 11.. (1.111'Eti'ANIU
I. The latter in many cases are juilatial structures England: and the Continent lkrau.se this (!hobst Fruit HIM! Vegetable*''', )' n IIUACKKTH, .
and are furnUhcd with all the lavish I state Is a semi-tropical} climate, jx-oj.le foulWily FAMOUS >J- TITK.VKII: UALFbTKitS.: NBWK; '
luxuriance that characterizes these institutions conai.U-r that we iuu.st have a mobittlimate tT.\1 J.\I.S, WOOl I\.$. n
in the l'nltt'llItatt Their bills of : but such is nut the ('U>Ie. During the ( XJNFECTIONEICI: : : ETC.: l'r"lutra' Flour. 'J'lo\ms. .:. (
understood from the act thatI I and ; ,
fare may be I autumn Hummer months malarial fevers Wf\'U tUJO.I'
counted eighteen ditferent dishes for break- of'a mild tyke prevail in wane localities as in IJIiW Harden (HewU, Flower. Farm and) -\
fist in one uieuu and forty-two fur dinner; the North and W-t but thty are as a general Garden Implement 7 tf U.
and in all instances these embraced from rule of a mild character and more amenable _- ONLY FIVE: CENTS I'KU IHUM .
I two to six slimes of game and from threeto to treatment than in other mv-tions. Hut nr.ltTIItU ('. FOICI, hiulr mill fliurrh Work
i five fits-it of iMi while every variety of during the winter months the tourist and A HI'ECIALTV.DOOIW ;
fruit grown in the I'niUd States was placed invalid need not dread the but If.J calltd j XTIST, ,

on them yet these magnificent hotels only malaria: a theme worn threadbare by inter'tsted LJ 'i Mf AT OL1. 1'. O. RUILUINO. AND' WINI10\V'
\ charged from ten shillings to one pound parties, who wish ti secure a reimta- Fourth Ft., Cet Centre and .\lachuaIi ... J'UUlb"
I.re Uy for etei')'thing. \nd pianos. j>ar- lion for other winter resorts, and who will Ct'leII1fiTO'IItIJtiUROR.: 0.LI.. l'U' :;.
*i 1'EU;
dniwing-room and other privileged condescend to inhtref ntathn! ti ae!uIu- tf FEUNANDINA' F ..\ t annum ; $1 for *ix montlu. Pit Jan Hike lox 171. .'enu'Jliua. Fla..d' .


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2VIX.L; ,LY7) lrIX1'/n MtflKETUAflIVXIXa. It an acre in cabbages with---an\ applicationof -'-T ('Kl.r.uv.: -.-Contrary to the"opinion most lat: and, South Florida,, the I homestead The Peninsular branch: of the Transit J

.' 'j! forty, fifty, or even sixty ,101Inrworth) of prevalent timong the truck farmers in this place of every squatter and, native settler lload, diverging south wardfront this: point, 1

There: is no good reason why the truck manure IIInyIC made to yield rme thousand/ i I State, celery i;one of the easiest and. surest. was eagerly bought up by newcomers( and", is: completed to Orange Lake: .eighteen miles,

farmer of Florida shouldnot/ engage NCt dollars, how unwise: it would be to apply { we can grow. It may also be IIdl fo this rli"ol: each of these lmmmcY, woods, and a large force, U now pushing the work
I 'rol'
t tensively in producing winter vegetables for I half t the quantity) : and receive half! or one- I fle( the most profitabli'. 'To do thi*, how squatters had on his place a few IJ'all)1 tree Ocala for the winter business, if
( Northern nml Western markets. third, the returns.: I Hilt can an acre( in vain ever. it I is hupll'tant in addition, to the essential (I 11 ual I luxuriance and, hcLIlut, I it was forward to ( -

f Very little has been done so far in this bages; with fifty dollars worth of manure 1'1")1) 1'1 I; :soil and culture, so to at once( concluded. that the land on which possible.. This! road, is now built and, projected

line. Not for lack of energy-mir )people. bring ill a te1ll1eIf/ one t thousand: dollars ? (time t the planting as to ha\u\ the crop ready" ) they grew: WIherollI all other best suited j through one of t the richest and most

haven: good:( stock of that ; hut mainly on Of good:( corn land))'! and, with \proper tieut- for market six weeks earlier, t than I the i usual fur easy: and successful. orange culture. No of l'lorlla. The largest t,
account of nmluo stress!: laid ul'mthe; difficulties incnt it van. An I I acre! checked' oil two fiet! 1 j'eriod. I In other wordlet: the shipments manure: seemed necessary, as the trees were productive portions
!supposed to attend winter gardening. eachVLu)' will, ns we have seen urnIOS\
One) h're111 there )has: timidly\ ventured squares, from which, with a fair allowance I of ;March, as hertlflrl This being the enclosure planted. Hence for. 1 tile therewere in the State are those of Mr. Har:4: Mr. .

'i'1! 1 1i on nn acre or two ; and in every for defective stand. and\, non-header\ there heart of the great visiting season: and \ time fictitious "IIUI'lttilhl,1 to these. lalllli. and others: on Orange Lake, and
ascertained instance, where proper attentionwas should be ;gathered: say IO.IHH( ,() pood.. hcaiN., I \i ht,1'I'llhl'" are scarce and high, would The secret' of it wa that tlc abovementioned Bishop road, The lands
bestowed t the result has: been highly The New \ ork quotations) the pa-t' season, ", i outh'rl markets: not .settlers possessed: also: 1 stock of cattle through whih this pa: encouraging. for the I period in which l i fall crop would bemarketed. I only in FllriIllut in (Ct'IrltiuI.I. South bv. which every foot of ground, miler are rich, and, not only adapted to orange

Compared: with spring gardening, the net\ l. wa: ,. from/ .*l.'iO to :%::.i per( hand! I ('aruli OLI. With our 1.\III'! climate fence; laII'I'I'I,: made as rich as: need be. So and other fruit culture, but to the growth of
returns, under judicious management arc Twenty-five cabbages planted I the distance it is likelv! our entire crop be dishiIY4'i,I fur 1 time the young proves gave the most. .
largely in its favor. This: I is due to several above given 2x2:!-:should.I more t than lill I 1 IIharrl' of in Athltault"olill.: )1111, Savannah gratifying evidence of prosperity. l Hit after vegetables:<, sugar, etc. :I
causes. O)>en-oir cultivation of winter ven !. hut assuming: that number to constitute / and Charleston, without the necessity: : of 1 the elements of fertility of the .soil Leaving Waldo, we find new houses and

i : t-tables i is restricted to n ('IlI1I'aratinlvmatI) a barrel, and $I.TJIJ as the average shipping to Northern dtil: Hut! in any became exhausted, and the t trees: which had settlements<< !springing up on cither side of

nr commanding.!, in consequence! higher price, we have a gross yield of eighteen cents( event there need, be alprllllI.iol: on the urrh'cllt, an age to warrant tin income were the road. until we arrive ut FAIRIIAXK, I
prices. l"he crop) i is: tiahl to fewer casualties: : each, which should/ be sutlicicnt to satisfy. the :score ru f profitable ot! (] I the too feeble to hear fruit. The ()owner" compelled and fair
production, and is, therefore surer ; and ('ul'iclit' )' of any one That this result<< i fs attainable season' above cc".gnall1. to sacrifice his once hcautiflt and two-year-old town of rapid growth

I the products themselves le",s likely to injury the experience of a country\'- The :seeds: tart" germinating and ,promising: I grove of a thousand trees or more Indeed, it is surprising: how these I
from rough handling and delays in trans bage-grower last season fully IIttl,:? Ir portation. : was first-class hammock', and his: returns so that ample time must: be 110\\(1 I (,expended and endured for naught. Several 'lcl coming to the
r Taking cabbages: cauliflowers and celery.n were: twenty dollars per hundred\ for will require about! three lonth'4 frol such<< t'I"(':! ('oulll.e named.In of the rugged" immigrant I
F .: the standard( vegetables for full and winter the entire crop.} sowing of f the seed, for the plant to attain market gardening ibis over-cropping is (country.. Fairbanks is located about JltWiY

gardening in our State, we propose to It should. be borne in mind\ that barnynrd sullicicnt size and vigor for transplanting : equally common. 'fl labor und II1urecI'rlilh' between Waldo and (iahuiesville.ticrsvlLlE I

give In our columns, such practical! hints manures haven )pulverizing (effect upon t the and' three or four more before they are ready expended Oi five acres is rarelymore the largest town on the Tran.
ti tiI respecting their cultivation as will, profited, soil' which renders t their use.: specially I I desirable for Inarket Therefore it is: advisable: we should, be ivel to OIC. ;More[ (G, :,
tiI by, enable even the inexperienced to attain III stiff clay lands. the seed in the ground at Olre. concentration is 11',11"1 Too muc h reliance sit; 1'uilruud or anywhere in the interior 01the

reasonable: :mecc 's. A considerable! ; ,portion! of Florida. lands Prepare' boxes' or narrow seed, beds as: for l is placed. upon latlral fertility of the State, I is: the county fceft! of Alachua

CAi3TLuE4.-11rt:,! in order is the (cabbage.To contain a large percent. of I lime. thereby, enhancing cabbages! or cauliflower, and arrange for protection soil, alt not enough jmlnn-tultug, lag in t the culture over !three thousand inhabitants: ,
/ cOttrll
obtain their value for this ('1'0))>. Salt may from the sun during the heat of the and management of vegetable crop, <
seed 1'1. as every Olll'1.nowiI also lie II-cclill otf frlllll the rains' and the of from to essential to successful whom i I.Ie found representatives!
of the last importance, and can benccoiii1'lbhietl .profitably :; places day, fl'OI beating : drip beginning ell so : among'
1 ) iliirrtiwith/ coast.: With the ground deeply' and thoroughly r'I'Iark; off the ,drills lightly six or eight << I results. of oil parts': of the country. New and first-
: only by dealing
.'JecII: with nutrimcnl the ('"lIIln, (''ro\\ the about; ounce to twenty feet of drill. it does lot par J. N. WIT E ,
ole other
varieties of cabbage erected and
: arc numerous: \
next is to off and. out. need with earth il1loc1nt'
step<< lay plant They scarcely covering l pitting -
and the number i is changes, inflame ,
multiplied by
The Eo
Some of the early varieties cabbage lilly' : them ill with the lack of a vpndc: or are being lu\.ll' FIOila
of the
same; variety fancy be grown as close us 2x11 feet. But 2x2:! vhllanswer walking "1 aboard laid. over the drill will Seminary and the United States Land Office
of different sceds'nien.The << .
for, 1'1l'ralI e. An expert. .plowman nnswer the purpose.As : K.\: FI.JugU.t I H, issn. the finest bc toppointell
following I list I is: believed, to include ore located hero ; all
will have no difficulty in checking I oil' to variety we }prefer I sort of com promise Leaving/ Fcrnandina at 10.10 a. m., I very
those best
: adapted to climate. where
They are
: our : fair in the State
an approximately level field. And in rolling : t ill( m\i\t\\c\ t\ : grounds< ,
hl'1\(1 ii/lt DJ'Ilt'Idh found at (CAI.LAUVX! thriving
sure and firm header, and remain a longtime soon myself: ,
) land\ where horizontal; rows are) required, is by 1 I Half-Dwarf.) Six i 1 the State Fair was once held and should. beheld
I 'Winningstodt on I the, stalk Karly: without Wukclicld rotting :, Karly: the proper' distances along the. drill maybe ounces of -.eed:,I JI.ltll..OI.I I Jive (enough for village that only' needs I little lore vim to in Good hotels, "stores, etc., etc., ,
Jersey: marked,I! off with I spacer.I Should i I a rainy I an acre :; but it will Ilalt8 provide halfa make it one of the I best: towns! on the road.Callalian futue
Flat Dutch Fottlcr's ItimiMvick
Jl11l'wn..1 i' the wants.
| day happen along about the t time for transplanting 'i iuuuul. to meet public I
is: situated in rich, farming community -
Premium Flat 1 Dutch ; Giant Blcichlicld
Karly: every minute of it, and There i is hand-omc yellow or 1 Gainesville", is in the midst of the great'egetahdegn.iivimmg
Improved,1 American ; 111I\.1'0\1.\ 41'l'r and i is built mostly with industrious -
'J' German with all 1 help.: 1 In the absence:; of c'olort11III'id" also: hiLti -'warf, which is district, of which I may
Ifleichi ticht I it of ( origin
such a season, the operation' may 1 be. successfully : highly n'l'OlliIC'IIIII, ; and the London red) native people of the South. A warm and from this
and of recent introduction. : have to
Expl'rllllclltol1la.le : ....rlj'rllll"lllIte in the afternoon' with is another 110kild, and claims to be welcome is extended to all. The WaycrossRailroad : more say 1j'I'afer,
\ lat !>!1'a'l'Ihr' the writer werei quite free: use: of water, and, !shading the plants superior<< to flavor as well as in source she large revenue.
II is to the : satisfactory, sustaining i t the opinion of : expected cross Trn
: fully :
next with I leaf. I hardiness.Vc I shall I I be better I tospeak station live miles
!R early morning a palmetto : prepared) AitUKiioxi'o: :
_J. J. II. (lrt'gun'. Marlilehead: ;Muss.: I this place.We 1 :ml
Cultivate shallow but Ofl'IIlIl1ti the heads of I these I eWwvarieties/ i hereafter.
iJ : 1 i Gainesville is the largestsim'ii.immg
(from whom the seed, obtiiincdj, that from : probably
I were! ) begin: to form; undifyoti. I have: been faithful 1 will be useless: tit attempt to /.(rOt'tII'rr found, but little of Inter.ot! thence to
1 1R&I it in coirliest thr ( the line of
firulII/'cr/." of lurye, Imrd-linnlinff! and judicious\ in ,"ollr'.part of the work, you on any other than moist: ground. To plant JUt.mvix m t the i nibst noted city I in the Statea point fo vegetables on
\ IIIIn'I_ upon. receipts: which will amply! it on-high, dry land-whethcrclav or:sand: the road.
The Fottler is niso: n very superior ('al)- busy little "lli\c" while t the t trains arc passing : -
,' compensate .uiul. and watering would be fail Next i is BVTTOXVILLE large settlement
'- 1 huge under favorable treatment t"t'cllllOI 1 a
producing ,
,$! 5i't.iLt't t there scarcityof lialdwin, though flat and' apparent!
,)1 1 large, solid heads, much. resembling) the ;Marlilcnead ( (.'Al'El 'r.utviui.-f all the lIru'l i11 family, 11'1'land "well 11' suited: to its: growth.i"llo. Indeed, low and wet, might easily be drained and of slal truck-farms and a "aw-mi; a thriving -
mammoth but unlike t that "lIrieh'in
its disposition to rapid decny in thislocality. cauliflower is: perhaps) the most<< valuable, t this I is its: hOI( Wild, celery, or Smallage made. beautiful and attractive little city, settlement.
1j :
and the better-informed! 1 acrid whence th! 1 first
among 11111ll'-11 plant- our ( Then comes! sight one
j Indeed the Fottler which visitors their first impressions
we regard as
ii regarded us<< the most: !profitable crop I i 1 vegetable/ was originally obtained i frol III c would the railroad had selected -
ot choicest varieties cabbage. suppose managers
4>ne our
; grown. It is: nearly allied 1 to Broccoli ; so and improved, liy the Italians l: i i.s'I native of : of Florida.At .
1 Not less than one-fourth of of
a pound much indeed, that distinction between salt <. Vet this fact not the meanest looking on the road
seeds should, be rVihh., Select so a Illhe: : does preventits MXXVII.I.K: there is a turpentine farm Illc'e
i perncre )) a them cannot well be maintained, horticulturists successful culture from the depot and that the : I' hud beeniitt'mk
yet: away sea by fill ,
cool :shady spot only moderately rich. veILrakel and distillery i: t that tlakt. prl.lally, more
<< even while condemning) the : "salt troely with Alluvialbottoms
; separation using tll'IIIHe. : previous to the laying out of the town.
: and free from t tho drip of trees, for than other business out of the
into different lake ami money any
speciesgenerally acquiesce margins
) ,
-seed hl'.I'4. These beds bordered bv r'llim.t.llwllIlIlllulllot However view of the
: n narrow a surrounding country -
in it. ullfrl'clU'ntly same capital) inY:
walk or gang-way: -should! he about four tl"1t leaves better South of and
feet wide for convenience in planting, working The cultivation of cauliflower I is: quite hut,- well.Suisisimig \ HIGHLAND Uu'r is one of the largest a impression.
ited in Florida. Few outside, the of damp level land. with the is beautiful
persons' a plat near to depot plateau,
and removing the the road within the last 1
) / plants.: :< ,
It I is indispensable that the beds bo larger towns know anything about it exceptas I deep rich soil, to have been !!el'urellitIUllt :w-miol IHil where the better part of the village I is being
protected a pick It'. As an article of food), it is I far be thoroughly broken up and freed year and doing 1 large business.:
from the of the between the
rays sun delicate than of from to interfere with hui. Near Archer first-class: nursery is
more CLthihag.1'3.Mier digestion everything/ AT LVWTEY found it necessary: to toponr" t
!hours of 0 and 4 tho :
will be killed a. m" fast as)p.they m.or; reach the plants surface and, therefore, healthier for that class! <'II'al, nice cultivation. If inclined to and visit some of the (enterprising being established, which I is working quite I
of the of consumers whoso: sedentary habits require lumps or clods, uso u harrow, house or hand revolution in fruit-growing in the neighbor
ground. in diet.! rake hoe to the men who are rapidly building up the town
great care or prong according area or

Sow the seeds in hood. Good railroad and lands
us thinly as practicable maybe
Peter Henderson whose of thu and developing the of the surrounding lr'atc
According to experience nature necessary: to / resources -
drills! inch and about four inches 111'1'Ilere
deep #
one .
here terms.
I I'ress the earth firmly around the as an eminent New York market- use: Ill nl.llt : : localities re- country. Tho land here is comparatively secured on very \
apart. gardener, numbers over thirty "eITII111) ) the sea, it may be either sown Leaving Archer with its: historic associationsof
needs after level and has been wet but a .
covering/ by placing a plank over ,
soil that will grow early cabbages will grow broadcast previous to breaking up, or afterwards political and ballot-boxes we -
the drill and it. ,
walking struggles
upon thorough system of Irainage has been inaugurated -
cauliflower, us their requirements) I are almost in t lie drill along with the manure.
Where convenient to hoses, they that kind of "sandhills"
use are similar." And continuing/ the subject in ids: Lay 011 therwl three or three 1\111 half and the land has become! dry 8ulprutudivI' enter suggestiveof
the! in It is easierto
preferred many: respects.: : and wonder for what
admirable work Uurllenhl in fur they were
exclude insects after the on for Profit, feet running twice the same ( Over ten thousand orange trees poverty,
-so ravenous: :Mr. IL. remarks : Hut as the }product is: row. Into this furrow, which should bo created, unless: to furnish sanitarium for
tender of and f
curly have been within the
plants Hummer two
voting past ,
planted years
more valuable, extra manuring: and broad as well as deep, distribute short
preparation strong
fall Their will also )bo found to Involve the world), with occasional hollows
use and all with few caused interspersed
of the soil will be well repaid. stable manure, at the rate of at least one ( exceptions, by negligence -
much violent less labor storms In shading;of wind and and rain.protectingfrom Our own experience confirms,: this, except good cart-load to every 50 linear feet. Cover ,) are as thrifty vigorous as can looking fertile and green, which offer
that be the furrow either side and ,ant hut little of interest to the tourist for the
Having deposited<< the seeds! safely in the can successfully produced manure by u on be found anywhere. I was informed that
land too to the cauliflower level off with board. After this the I
on dry perfect rows
next nine miles when the whistle reminds
ground will alow them till our next issueto I ,
we lands could be within
very good : procured
and that this difference in their requirements for setting out the plants may bo marked by
serlllillatIl'anwlallo we will be thinking that still in the land of the
: is: not ]peculiar to this climate. Mr.Henderson a small furrow made with a narrow plow, one to two miles of the town, at five to ten us: we are J\"lng,
over tn'the insure best their)plan of treating vt'l"IIloulllto the,young dollars I further adds: : "In situations taking care to follow the first furrow as dollars per acre. and the new buildings: and thrifty appearance -

plants con where Irrigation could be practiced it would closely as i>ossible. For the work of laying/ around us renders it almost unnecessary -
and cents.The I At MILLS I found old friend
lIe If benefit in otf hand 1 is admirable 'fF.PL'1 my .
( great dry weather. \Ve a garden or plow an
for the brakemun to out BROXSOX
; have occasionally found when our beds were implement.. In /garden beds, or other small Simon J. Temple, as: busy as: ever, and the cal
time for seed sowing was omitted in convenient to water that even watering by plats, the line will be serviceable. The most enterprising man in the State. He has last seen under 1 cloud of smoke from recent ;

our last. It should )begin about the middle! hand has been of advantage, Hut few or plants should be set about five inches apart recently built a tram road six miles to configuration, but now new buildings ;

I if August with the later varieties, and con 110 other crops: of our garden will repay that in the drill. Kinglet upon the right and left, large, substantial, 1 1prelt
tin\1e, with intervals of a week, to the middle labor." This is: known IS the level culture," so- !! Lake, and we might name many .
or latter part of September, ending/ with In this State most every truck farmer has> culled in contru-distinction, to the trenching acts of benevolence other enterprises have ) Ujion our right, in an open, airy i

the curlier kinds. Theobject in distributing some low, rich s|>ot of Jiottom or lake margin ,\It'l of former years. Touching this subject received at his hands. Mr. Temple probablycuts l lot, stands the Alamo, a new and neat hotel ;

seed l "sowing through "several weeks is to In. suitable for the production of tho cauli ; fr. Henderson remarks in "Gardeningfor more lumber,manufactures more kept, and wC'l kept by Mrs. Epperson-not
l'rethe chances of the plants' escapingthe flower. It must: however, be well-drained profit :" "Almost all private cultivatorsstill orange
destructive ravages of insects.<< And just land, and no mutter how fertile it may /teem think it necessary. to dig out trenchessix boxes and vegetable crates: makes more money a widow, the worthy hell.mcct of her i

here it I is proper to call attention to the importance naturally, u liberal I supply of well-rotted to twelve inches deep, involving great and is happier, than any other man on husband, one of the live : of the I

) of having an abundant !supply of stable manure will more certainly ensure the labor and expense, and giving a very inferior the line of the road.Temple's town. Upon our left, the large and fine-
1'lunts-nt least double the number that ore flowering of the plants: and profitable returns crop to that planted on the level surface in looking store of Senator i
Mill i is only a little over a mile Levy's : W J. Jones,
expected to mature, so as to keep the stand to the planter.' the manner practiced on hundreds of acres
1 erfect. Of the dozen or more varieties grown in by the lurkt gardeners in the vicinity of from STAEKK, where cheap lumber, of easy Hanked by a number of other stores, con

Two feet each way\ may ho taken us u fair the United 1 States, the three following/ ore N'ew \ access: has given an impetus to building spicuous :among which, for its bright paint

average distance for; planting out cabbages recommended a.s well adapted to our soil The first operation utter the plants have and this: thrifty little town has and tasty appearance, is the drug store. of
:and cauliflower In the field. This :gives and climate, viz.: : I Henderson's Karly: Snowball taken root, and begun to grow off vigorously, grown up Dr.
J. W. Jackson. In the distance
foursquare feet to each plant.! And\ since Extra: Earl,)' Paris, and Extra Karly: i is called the "handling process: which with wonderful rapidity) during the pust few on the
;t. there IreI3iit: ) "square feet in an acre of Dwarf Krfurt, selected seed of Peter Hen l'OI"bt", in draining the soil with a hue from years. Hl'lihll' a number of good business hill, stands, the white court-house and its

land the quotient from dividing this: la.t derson. These are all! dwarfs, and on that a point midway l'I.twlthe rows to the houses: shops, etc., Starke boast of a live humble but appropriate companion, the jail ;
number b1Irth" number of square' feet account to be preferred' us less: liable to injury roots of the : ni... thel wih the hand cal the little church "
the Here just 'round the
pl.t:4 the first
aligned to each plant-will represent the j !from winds limn the giant kinds. packing it around as to force newspaper, 7legrtzjih. corner,
number plants Oil an aero at that ,dNtance Sow the IIl'l'llln !boxes us you would cabbages the branches and leaves in an upright position. ", large bearing orange groves or trees mt'l and the school house near ; the surroundings

viz. : 10,8! 0. ThN simple rule for quickly keeping the earth moist but not 'Miltl .\.i this takes away earth fr"l the the eye of the visitor. The surrounding high and rolling dotted" wih'buiding"

and accurately determining the mimlicr of by daily watering. KXJHISC: the boxes an base or root, more must be supplied I h)!,' country is good and rich in farm product, and young orange groves ; the climate dryaum1
plants on an acre of ground at any distance hour or two to the sun early in the morning again draining from the middle of the row,
,Irptu each other, will be useful to beginnersin ami late in the afternoon ; of course alllin \ I\wlso on, which gives a lucrative trade to her business healthy ; the town is thrifty and improving

horticultural o|>erations. Divide the number the covering to remain off during the II the process(itS "blanching," two i>ersons houses. ; lots of live people and considerable

of square feet in the field or plot of land night, unless to protect the )plants from are rt.'lulrell-tle to : the stems of the Leaving Starke, we pass over the great brag."
to he planted by the number of square' feet beating ruins, As soon us the )plants have plant and hold them ru.1 and close, while The whistle Bounds.
Santa Fe of the richest tracts of Bronson is behind
each plant 1 Is> to have-which is theprodiutof attained four leaven thin out by transplanting : the other draws up the! earth and banks with swamp one soon -
the, distances each way-ami the result: into other boxes, to two or two :and a hoe and halul The obvious reasons t for land in the State, when properly)' drained.We us, and nothing to cheer our journey)'

will Iw the number required half inches in the drill. Tlds will encourage which is the dirt from sitting in ( next come to the bright beautiful onward (for night has thrown her mantle

For mecessful. cultivation cabbages, the in thl't 1 more stubbed growth, besides", hewt"1 the stems, causing rut: and tll't'''. little town I intended Inc to jlzts around 115)) but the of -visions .
land should, I bo rkh. sufficiently so to I produce making it easier to deal with insects. Cabbage l'I"l dry day for this work ; and give the ofL. iu bolo supper
sixty bushels of corn to the acre. and tomato plants will be benefited bya finishing: touches with tho spade, packing through this place without a word, knowing prospective of wild t urk.\ \

It is scarcely necessary to say that cow-pen similar treatment. and smoothing the dirt on each side, and that although these people, have no newspaper and eggs, hot coffee and real cream.

lands are admirably adapted to this pulrptlse. The ground for cauliflower especially instill leaving it iu shape similar to an inverted they are amply able to speak for Dry up," ell you say? No sir They are

especially if the. !surface u turned under two lands, can scarcely be too thlrclughf'or wedge, or sharp roof The crop j is now themselves. They know the value of the recollections> of what that
or three times while l being trodden with cat deeply broken up fluid \ a made, ali remain in the field without print jolly host
tle. Cotton-seed and barn nil'll manure, composted delicate plant, great care is required) in the injury:, wi wanted for the table or for er's ink of lime in the shape of whitewash, Capt. Mason, gave me last, and which cheer

together with muck or gypsum, make process of working, to avoid (coming in contact simiij1illg.I and of ,drainage and cleanliness for health my fainting spirit now.

a nianuru hard to excel. Of commercial fertilizers with the It'an', which can only be accomplished and beauty. A good hotel, a church and apiouslooking Sounding whistle_.slumber broken lights
one of the very bet and safest!' for bv light culture. Hence the necessity l0RTLcL'LTtlt I.I. NOTE*.-A serious mistake", in view
naturally arid soils U bone-Hour This>i issi that all hl'Iwork should be done is often committed by fruit-growers and people were sufficient inducements I -supper house.

M ply pure bones reduced to a line }powder, )previous> tuplauting out. Thesamedistance(2x2) market :nt'I'r of tJI. means in undertaking for me to stop over Sunday. ; CEDAR KEY, the growing little sea-port city
and \being nuickly dNsolved is readily aj- ( ). as already given i for cabbages, will to By courtesy' pf Mr. .'arr1. engineer and. at the terminus of the road, is of sufficient '
propriated i by the rootlets of plants. It may t be quite sufficient for cither of the ,'aril.til It is no uncommon th'mngora new orange of the work I the interest to make the subject of another let ..
uo very advantageously", uNo..l l in the hill at above named, and the same time for seed grower to .un out with u ten-acre grove, superintendent 'bitl I ter on my return to KANSAS.PROBVBL .
the rate of l.ou) jvounds I per acre. sowing. when his means. prudently estimated, did canal _\the, basin in Waldo I found a

It will doubtless !surprise! many to know Cauliflower is a favorite vegetable with not really justify", more than: three; and a a force of about ten mechanics and lal.r'J \ no one has
that Peter Henderson, theju.tly.tumed New our winter visitors, and the numerous hotel consequence of his inability; to supply the building a steamboat for service on the so much praise from its rcth'l'll
York gardener recommends the application throughout I thecoutmiry nutriment his patrons, nor is so
mil hualln-huu"'s requisite and attention, trees canal. Further and deserving of
4)( from seventy-rive to one hundred tons I wi l'chlue thousnl. if they become yellow and tisast.I. and the result on near the Santa ) )Kenewer. \\ 0'umlcnJ.tiun.hut echo the as,laU'1 Hair

stable, manure or twelve hundred pounds l'I1tt! at anything like u reasonable practically a is particularly Lake, the large. dredging machine i doing millions who have used it when the

pare Peruvian ;guano, or one ton bone-Hour, true in l.ilt and light hammock lands, capital work, running nineteen ll11 i Ior it the lent hair we pronounce -
drtulng the
i'sr acre per auutim. Of course this very Tor 1 large crop, however we must arrange whl'T the soil i U ordinarily thin. In all such day, with a force of thirty to forty men.Several It,stands unrivaled. Those who m !uwld
U to be broadcast for them out of the State, localities are effected
heavy manuring doigned .hillilJ fertilizing must" begin with or pre with diseases of the
anJ for a succession: of crops. It i is> unquestionably and. *'ii the of doing this we will ('t"le the first planting, and be regularly kept workmen are engaged on the new irritation scaluaccolnpanjed find with
false economy to practice stint in at a future day make i iue t-uggotion*. up 5) long as the grove la>ts. For obeusrt'a.tms } li"'OXl) Church, now )being t'rt'te. !thug invaluable pr relief and renewal
; food. To realize in the As to the profits of this Henderson this be incrfufd instead !I.thl. remedy. Wb1 the hair i
the sUI'l1uf plant manuring must Knight of Salem, "., has is inclined to fall off
harvest that |xrhaps hundreds of dollars give $15(10( per Ul'r u his l'l'lll. Yet he ot JiuiiuUhfit ( is too often the case), l'urlo Kenewer a use of the
u mill-site at the of the canal and will i
4) will strengthen the
have been sacritictsl fur the take of saving a has made us much a* :WO from a in0'le J after the bearing. I bin roots of the
few at the outset will IK no pleasant reflection -I I're in cauliflower. Cannot I l'll.'rill gar- Three year tre t.'oluuem'alter thl close of the war, have a first-class luw-lui in running order hal anllrt'en" it. and will if it exhibits a ten- I

tJ the gardener, deuer equal that. whoa the orange fever first broke out in by early in October. color.-/}ultott'(Jtii.. ;i TdmrqpA.restore the natural.

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THE- iff:7'EOupL0G1'01'FLOUIIU- ; :: : ;; t-I-I: nil 1 0li h their cud localities! highly \
I appendages:' in Kngland: were open Many & T. KYDD
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The of "AtVr.W Dr. 1'.1. Ken- The cosmopolitan) iharacter' of the'vple I lauded, by interested parties as snnitnriousesses : ,
name (
one meets\ in them, the case, informality) and tcnaccous' clayey :soil;), and in consequence
worthy of Jacksonville, FIn,) needs no in- fcWfowmiViif American society' I generalam:: : arc objectionable.' I In a large portion (... ('.'uC4' iota Third St.f rKUXAXIHXA, I'l.OItlDA.
t t DM! ion from ns. He is known to nil the desire of all\ to aid each: other in killing of this' :State the Mill I is !sandy, grit !>1111(1}' nnd Fancy
wherever the! ]sang(li..h! language; is I spoken time pleasantly, make u lonj/; tarry nt then l loam through! which witer! rapidly percolates ; Are constantly adding to ttl.lr stock of :Staple
It round pleasure.; for hops\ halls:' concert! I ', mid 11I11IIl'tliat.nlh'r! a rain the invalid 000 DDDD
However to tine weight to the most YY YY : (; i 000 :
give mum
without\ DDDD ccmHI
walk incurring
i ami l kindred nniuscmciiM arc indiilgid in tll may out \ ) ) ,
I important part of this article, we may( lay n very lArge extent. Knnnishould! therefore" risk! from "111'1':11'I"i\ IIII'l':1 general ''I 1)1)1)1)1) IIIY; ; \ CiWWOC; ; ; QO OOOO 00 00)0000 00 1)1)11 $::.::

I he has enjoyed n professional experience 111111 I b'e: kIlIlWll.1ul'illj! the evening! ; unit tin rule the rain-fall; i is light but I eight, inches lip "" ; II; \Y (lO;;( lit) 0000 ())111)1)) H1 1f :".":::
ling the day there are so ninny opportifnitic1for ) 'for: the winter months ; and\ the invalid will 1111 1:1Y; : : \ oe I '
third of he I ; nO) 00 00 00
extending over a a century : has : ( / ; ,) ) :
: Ibhill boating, yachting' riding; am( scarcely find a day when he will l lie unable 11l II H \Y oln 00000 00000 S? :-'
wandered in many lanais, ami I N in consequence !shooting that the person Who cannot lind II to take'exercise. : out\ of doors.' What with n 1111111) 1; : Waaill; ( ono) 1111) : :
competent to judge of climate lie) means of recreation! must t indeed( be hard tiplease. \ tine climate ihariutcri/cd: 1 by a temperate IPII 1; : m: YY OICil 1Hm ;:

ha. uNo enjoyed, extensive) i opportunities:' of Life there is. a combination of that' thermal range, marked) nhsiiice, of I fog* (ncompared ('loihing. huts, ('nit", noo'). Shocs. cit.IIil' '.
to be found in Nice, :-il,1\, 1'\', UrillllIlI.t'lIl'; : \ with other !v"< tionsi. a dry nltnosphtre -
!studying pulmonary; discn-es:' in New York I o/oiii/.ed infiViicnt ,rains i ,
borough and :Saratoga: during the !.etlsloml\, I highly | --
ami English; hospitals: in the cnpncity: of hence, one may: readily: understand that it i i'nnyihing + marked absence of severe storm*, a cheerful PProES.P
hospital! physician and surgeon. He has ; but ",IIIII." Independent\, of tin !so elrtV. comfortable nccommod.itions: gown: GOODS _A'l NEW YORK RHTAIL I .
hotels. tin )board, told nutrition opportunities' forchanjieof : ._
visited various times, diU'erciit sections of :superior': re are numerous : *
!inn) houses' where tourists l and invalids) tray place and! !>scene medicinal !spring"., h boating ',X'
this State, and inquired into the} ctl'ect of obtain i excellent nccommodations at reasonable ; i- !sailing. hunting I ) shooting, and I lishiug, (" Agent for t DKVHX.: Order pn>mptly attended. .tn..-trC .
this climate in the cure ,.pulmonary' disease \ I'I\h'--l": nu.onahle as in frequented it would be difficult to l find l a winter )'(':>'Ol't I -. "- -

llenco his evidence i is worth more l'ilil'III'' the North. eiiial| : to Florida.. '
t From Jacksonville. any portion of tin "'I' do. not |'in tend to siy that Florida possesses : i SANIKHIN & .
than that of those \\ho have 1ot'bill.t the IIOY1'I'Oil
:-:1lll'I'IHlI": : rca>'bed by railroads or !steamboats. :' :' a modil ilimatc, for Mtt h a climtite I .
:Mate: and whose interest might ho !sub! ), be found ill clay woildofniirs\ )but .
] parties: :+ wish to enjoy I the beantie.- cannot! ; :S1' ) ; : XI::.II :
i !served l>;y manufacturing climatic(! reputation of the :St. Johns they c'allll', acconiniodatci' maintain: that, all in all ii i, tin best 1 ,! Wl'l HTIm'T.
for other localities by the large and wl'llllrl'IIII I'.1 !steamers: thai t east of the Cocky: Mountains: \tot!r ti'! \' UKTVtt.,
leave i Jacksonville tllilH they desire tll "In coiitemplat'in I I!:;." says: 1)1 lorry, \10U:0USI'
duce writing) the following.. Ken Worthy extend their trip\, to Indian; : liver: they car siiucry\ in Hast: I Honda I, in the month I I'j
has written mi el.ihorate treatNe on cross the narrow !strip! of l.iud between! tin January, Ihl'itll'llll'rll man i is :npi to foiyr (.x; o) (1 E.li I S SHIPVMI I C.I-IA.NDiIE1d'S. ,

"The Climatology of Florida," as compared t two rivers by railroad.: If tiny desire 10 that it'is i n winter landscape. To him all 1 .
t reachflie s-onthwcst! const. t nnd. ( tropical, hey nature\ is hanged. The writer icing! attaclied 1'1\1'1t:' sr
with that III'IIlhl'l' winter reports Betting West, they can take train to (Cedar 1,1'\.1111.1. in January. Isfls.toaboat: : cxpinliiioi:
i 1 forth in clear nnd logical I terms the life Hinder ngnins't the :ScininoUs: \ at nigh tH A *"
; ih'.1.1 steamships of Miller and to operate
giving nnd health-restoring! influences of our !son from\ that port' \ Tampa.: Manatee. KevWiM pitched! no tent, )but lay beneath the eanopj': r 11.IV :1 pni' I OATS i I I( lutU'I.I I rmii: l i JiTi*. I IA
If ; of heaven with! n !scrsnl'erhat'., over I tin' --
f Florida, climate upon' the invalid. Tlii and llavnna.: : they are dispose : I / -- .t---' :
to examine; a beautiful! and i productive sec; face, ns n protection against; 1 the dews. III
f treatise was read hefore(: the :State Medica I tion. and enjoy the luvury of unMirpasMt'quail : t his i d limate i : the rigurst'I'tvinterareutikuoltii t ---

i Association! of which the Doctor i is president !1. ( shooting; a trip of II' few hour in miadmirable aunt smiling: verdure never ceiwi's to leiiin.! "
and I is published( in pamphlet: form. ) ( !sleeping' car will land tlll'lIIII tin I In the language; of Dr. Lee of :-iI'W01'1; I.AHCF.;(; STOCK OF FFIlNITUIlK' : ALWAYS i ox IIAXD.tVULINGTON ).
;.. ('IIIilal--'I'lIl1aha''I'I'-a pi ice noted t for ediv the American! editorof Copehind's:: ) Itirti'nmrij :. ly t
I.'dif/II'(; 7 rili'i/ ,.' /"d l fniini-jntiif : The nhoyi cation, intelligence, refinement nnd n g'l"lIilll1I11'l'ilalil rf'1eiIliee' "We have already !sjioketi. of t tin.I o I. t
i' caption will no doubt. bring! cen "ire npm \'. If they arc inclined, to view the mildness IIt't lie t ilim.ileof\ thitrcL-ion; i (\penin
) I the writer, I hcear.se he dares' to refer to tin wild and weird :scenery: of the far-fanui; I : lIla! of Florida.) It appeirs' to jiossi.ss! :In NUR ] ] S.
:. attractions! and I reurecs: of\ a !spicinl' I local!- 'klawaha: and 1 the v\oidroiis! attractions of insular temperature, not loss: equable) ant I1I
,l ty ; hut yon are aware tint I am literal itmy Silver :Spring; they can enjoy a Idra4tilt: trijby salubrious! in winter than (that atlorded 1 by .
views and favor: no !section of the :State: : taking; one of this' !stsutiu'r'lyiiig on thiunique ,. the :south' of Kurope, ant i is: then'fore vvelndapted --
and us often as I have clothed, my l.h'II'4ln stream. Ancient told attractive :StAiiLMisfine \, to those: forms of! pnlnionary: disease. I'IUI'1"rR1Ib) : : a N. : ut'ot's
.' the drapery of ink, an i 1 referred to the advantages with its old) :and, quaint :Spanish;\ as broiuhitis and lnciiient| phthisis\", us an 'I'IOPH'\ SI: I.'nH.I.\I. 1( 1)(1 -

r-, and resources! of\ vari it portions>l buildings\ ) : can be reached in a few lump. )benefited hII mild climate.: Mildness :mud and i'E1tURI1: : and 1"IOUInIX: (: 1'1TS.
':' Ot'tlll''tntl': I have visited, I hnvestudiotisljavoided Owing to the i issue: nf excursion tickets\;: on uniformity! are the two di tin;! uishiiig characteristics siitru
', n reference to this! iity.I I I'nf the Florida etiis'ala. If '
the vntious lines:' ( f travel in the :State, nt a : vvicomimre ._
"J//s am gratified to find that cltt(1risingpart i reduced rate, those who desire change can : the climate of ,1 Hast: 1 Florida will
: !(:!' in our thrifty sifter city of Fcrnandiiiu I 1 !situations thccontinvn
favored '
) II gratified. the most !>
I ( NKW: AMI (ClltUCi( h: VAUIirflis: : i,' are uhout to engage:; in the publicatiou 1 Climate, :society UIIIaril'I\', have: much' of Knrope\ and the i islands: held in the high Ih.I..t
; of paper) tint: will know no :South; 110 to do with theconvalesccMte" :' of; invalids, :amitheir I est! 1 estimation 1 for mildness! and equability: )
,; North, no l ;lsttnt11\':<1,1101' no Middle I Florida requirements in addition, to excellent of temperature) : in regard; : to th>' mean tcinpcrature --
hut pimply rccogni/te; the fact that Florida medical adviie can be' :secured l III this city! ,. I of winter nnd !>Minimcr that of tin
has a common interest : that persons Fnfoitmintclv: I for the reputation\ of this warmest! and coldest months, and that nl' :1'lIt I J for Dcsciiptivc I : I 1 Catalogue.'.

\who reside III (the North and West! who wisl State and other: sanitary resorts: mlmy) in' !successive months I and :season*, we shall: tim I AI.ltr.9tT: I. nln\laV.
\ to escape the emhrace.s: of Old Borer' lIIar \'ali.'I1I.rI'llIt.) ; in the autumn merely to find tin-results ;generally: in favor: of the former. I tf\ JACKSONYlt.I.F.I I:, FI.A.
u., he induced to tleo to it as do the hirds! n grave in a strange land. This happens' IK- Thus it is casilv deinotistrated' that invalids! I -
't: One thin;, that has retarded the onward eaa"cases of-far advanced I and \incuniblidisease requiring a mild! winter residence have pun ic. .ii. !n\i: > : \, : ri.ouit
'0') progress of; nor :State in the past has been are !sent abroad: J by physicians! when 11I1'I'I'IjlIlall.I"I:' : in search of '\hat might; I I In I II ISO 'I.n
:;,{! !sectional 1 ( jealousy, anil it is time that those (hey ought; to )be kept at home and hays I found at home-an evergreen land in t1 hum l !
:i{ who ,tiandir to, the unnatural oll.sprln their pillows .smoothed\ by the band) of wild llowers: never cease. to unfold 1 their! A [ANUFACTUIMNO( ; toll FUItNISlIINf rnoWX IMl'UOVKMKXT: CO.Ml'AKV.LVriiaiiilina .
should! ho spurned) by every lover of our I ullirtionslim chamc of air 'physicians: : lute petal In winter the atmosphere i is compnratively 1 *
; :State.' It has\: hecn asserted: t that jealousy i is : a powerful\ remedial.' agent; but It t is farcicalto : I / dry mid serene, owing; to the cir c x it r. ic '1'.t.1.it
prompted) hy love, hut the opposite is generally : :send ndvnneed, invalid l to n good= cli- cumstaiice (thai the tains generally fall at II "
the ease ,for: t though jealousy he FIFTHT.:; : ) \.
; produced 1It8: '(' hopiiig to lm'I'1 n cure thereby. My paiticular -ason.: 1lmX.\X\IX.\
hy love, us ashes: arc r fly lire, jet jealousy opportunities for: observation have )been extended (Dr. Fllrl'halo'll on n long; nnny experience ,
extinguishes:love, us: ashes: ;outlier the anil 1 have no hesitation: in us.erttigtaunt 1 in FII''iIa. was=' in the habit of sending !? : Toivns K. 1C. Ling'I
llame.. Whatever tends to huild! up or improve the clim-itc of Florida 1 is well adapted tn his puhnonic patients tll( this Mate, nnd In on ,
one portion of the State tends to improve : persons suffering from consumption in its confidently predicted\ from a long' residence ,,,w+t, r And ('('dr Ko> .
the whole, mid if we are true! to ourselves ('lId.tlll'. ) or chronic laryujreni: I nnd )bronchial in Florida: :attached: to the I'niled'! State:>I
\ we must foster a kind and) neighborly \ iheumatisin the roll
nllections, nsthma: dy-pcp-ia) .\1'111thaI "when the pi-rlid< of
I feeling.\ If one city, county or section is I and affections of the kidneys.\ A tem man's departure shall have lstsscll| the climate i-
improving nnd :settling more rapidly than: II IIt' perateuul dry elimate,1011d one not subject of this I.mil of lloweiv "'"IIIlm'qull'l'| II
another, hi in all join in thanks for sell to great atmospheric vicissitudes, =', .I 1In Il.I I boselected celebrity' ns a winter residence not infcrio Offers to I.('.ssees: nnd 1 Purchascm 1 1lf "
progress; : :', ,for if one locality; improves in ;w.rfeuhe I by the invalid, nnd these: art found to that of Italy, Madiera\ or 'l1Ilh'rll1.'rllul' IIIIIIIl'r
I of the ,most : '
others will ho 'favorably influenced in eligible 11.1.'oIitllhh.
in Florida. During the winter months: Ilti'llIh'I'llIllIol ('. ,
futuru hy such improvement.\ Whil-t! I nun :-' I be excelled ,for health by nnyportion The prcdution of the learned) Dr. Forrjlias COFFlXhAXD ) isds: suitable for lliii-iiU'ss 1'urposcs, or for
'prepared' to ndmit that many sections: of l of the United! .taw. Owing to the been verified, and the 11I\'lIliIIIII\\' looks :11'T.\.JII'; ( CASF.S.
I \Florida. possess:1 ilimatie! : advantages: :superior' small rain-fall, equable) temperature I und dry I to Florida as: his main resource: --as a haven IASKCTS: : City or lllrh:1 Resldcncci, ,
to Jaiksonville, )huntthis atmosphere' of the winter months it is cptlu'ntlyada'tcItotheitn where chilling\ bias's: will not reach II lllllllcl!
: city hits attractions! : for the tourist: and I 'afid. Therehciugnu climatic agencies:: : accomplish more thanmedication. WIIITK: nT.IXU: 1EI 11.'lmTJD Ul'OX I'.S\; TKUAIrf.Lihcud : '
invalid 1 that cannot he found outside of it. elevntcil lands: near the State, sudden. atmospheric .\ I. Fltt:+co.Itnlsoaiilr ; ( !
Such being the case, I propose' saying a few. changes; : are not common hi many Flu., ."11I., J.'i.'iJ.11l.ILTln'lL.S. I-in Discounts on Values allowed to
words about this place, because 1 deem it portions of the United States: the shoresof ; X.STAXTI.Y OX ;
worthy of some! consideration.Florida : : the Mediterranean.( The 1I111t11\\'( t and Ir\XU."t pattlengaged 1 in manufacturing or industrial
Is doomed to he the most attractive I westerly: winds(:' are tempered during their OF I'L.1 hlll. who will
erect the
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winter resort in the world as a sequence jiassage' \; across: the null of Mexico, and the OFFU; OK \Xrt t'R'AxIl.'o511'.txv I I'odii'S washed and ,dressed and preserved Ilt'rll'i,' Pl'of.
of its accessibility! climate, skirting and chilling I ; northeast blasts that are so searching WH.lw"II IIt :L'3:{, I ISM). until burial, with, or without the cuss! .00t' !il'I' erty purchased) substantial improvements'

other attractions. 11'henitsndvntitageware and disagreeable in many localities: are J). S. I'IAI-K-/Jiirir Sift III reply) your Remains: c.xhumcd 1 1111,111.11( I'uses for for residence, or in which t.) conduit their
known i in England: many vyho frequentCannes modified by pawing over the (Illlr: atreaut..ts removal.Telegraphic. .
I. Nice\ und Mentone will be attracted temperature has much to do with the note inquiring ns to health of men employed : ur.ll'r. promptly attended ,to.ii. business.IXDUCKMKXTS: .
hither by, our dry and genial climate. restoration of health of invalids, I will given on the Santa Fe < 'mud for the past: four '
\ tourist. 1'lie table. of t for winter .1,111 .- .- ) MAXUFACTUKKRH -
In the language:: of nil English mean temperatures: tiiimmcrs' would state that we have loudc11q.luyvl --
climate of Florida is the linest! in the world, months for stations in the United 1 States: and llIt times from i:. i>oT'rr.itiu: : : by for of years from
twenty'I.linr porn, ( 1 I'rl
'for: though ten degrees: nearer the equator the Continent! recommended 1 as winter residences :
than southern Italy, the temperature) is not : fur'emussutli'riug' ); from pulmonarydiseases. white and colored I, native born and newcomers taxation, offered L) thu several ctt/esnml/

any warmer, nnd the air 1lilr:' more dry, As data regarding .\ k'II, :S. C. and although considerably exposed 'KUXAXDJXA: ) FI.OIMDA, towns. Apply toT
equable nnd !>'ahlhrluuTIll':' mean (tempernture cannot be securisl 1 I shall refer to Augusta, to wet weather, heat, mud mid water! I l ,
from Sun'lIIhel'to1'1'11 varies: from 5:: to 73: but the average) 11I:1he placed<< : of data having been obtained. Agus-: have experienced less! delay on account of tIUU:1

at tile This renders it an unrivaled resort:' tn nnd Aiken are not very far distant: we sicknvss than on any similar work during! 1'i is I'uutil ) <: rocerlert --. -- ----- -.-
for those! tiering from pulmonary complaints have reason to believe! that their climatic: several years' ex jieneiice with public enterprises I II : ; Illt'Fll1'It: ,
; for, according to the census ;of JIoJ7U, conditions cannot lIIall'rial'lIn'! I S'.IU-'I'
in fact, I do not now cull to mind AM
fewer' people died consumption there than Mean temperature' for winter months; ; Second Stritt, pposite r ht-Ollliv,
in any State of the Union, und those who Jacksonville, Fin..................,..........Vi.O any case of "l'rlullol'lekll'I'lIlIlHllllj: { the men
succumbed to the disease were, in nearly all Augusta, (hi......................,............ IS.4Itrcckinridgc ':! that bus orignatcd I from climatic I causes since I'O\IHIOXH.
cases: invalids from other sections! : of' the i Inn I! ......................,.24.4 the work commenced. There are hands on
country. Many i>ersons suffering from that Atlantic I'it.S.. J.7.1:! ;
dire ('oilllaillt'i"it\ the State to get:: cured." I.os.lugtllos: (.'al..............................r-tIl the tln'I l..llIat; who have lived on it anJslept I Cus omcrs can rely getting( I C1IOJCK( :
JUI.kooll\'ill'I'olltailli! 10'M' inhabitants XI'I'.uth: Frame..... ..................... 'i.3St. : VII it for the jist-t year, worlving! at upon
and is the metrojMilis nod objective :; 11(it f gals, .\zo'res.......... ...............57.:1/ : (times night us! wl.lllI'l day and have not lot (;JOODH.'asOTIIIXU ti a '9.rw } t .i i l l'it M
, point of the State:; the con.seqneiice of various Atmospheric humidity has much\ to do uny time im\ account of skkticss. I experience lv/ ('I
railroad und steamboat und steamshiplines \ with thecouvulcM.-nee of invalids, and contrary -
centering at this: point licingadis-\ : to the statements of those. who deny no difficulty in obtaining men to woikon \ TIIK: ;I UUAXDSnre '
tributing jHiint, it knows no east, n'-' west it, Florida IMI..S.SCS a remarkablv dry ('h. the ('ullal'xl'II\'lItillll because nf tiny l fwir IU'I' "JI'l
no north no south, but is alike interested mate. As evidence of this fact, we ,.hall ill-health. '1'heullul lay taken from the &i4L
in the adviincement und 1 l'ro"I..rit of every jive a 'few 'figures quoted 1 from Hlod\ \;!elt's in
|iortioii of the State.: IU hotels are nut excelled <1< 'limatolo ,y and otliiiul reports I of t the :Signal l Ixjttom of the umal covers up all of the surface -. k'lt-..-stock.- .-- -_ _
\ by any in the South, and for fear that Service\ ))Department irpnlini; the mean rclaiveatmos.hcric mold und decayed vegetation; hilt is :
some scctionulist may nc<'use me of partiality humidity of the following disturbed carrying on time work. I \XCUI. .\I'Itil\1/: Y
lu"stelries I will stations iuoiitli. of DecemlH-r January
regarding our quote for the -
Some consideration I think should) be
from the communication of an Englishtuurit February and Manh : MAKK1W .AN1 lO-iI"JtJfOXJt.: i,
published in The Jurai of London, Atlantic (City, for the year.$1 J.2 H3.5ugnsta given to good pure water 1IJ't1.'t1 by the men,

Hnglanu : "Tho.se who wNh to escape a .\ Ha.! .......... northern winter tee to Florida ns curly as itreckinridge, Minn.( .........7'J.I 71;." There is I less delay (ruin hire than ,
.0' December, and as large numbers of them Duluth, Minn. ......,...73.7 73.U .lckUt1I (Jro<-.rleM, ('1guru., and T.0..401 TIN AM $111'-h: itqW.1Rh,
are in excellent health and go South like l..MAngelos. Cul. ..........11$.: 1',1.4" there would he on similar work in the West .

birds, only I for the purpone of following\ the San Diego, ('III. ..........75.3: 12." und :\1rlhwCt in the luniiner time. TOYS AND :S.Wwldings KOOFJXO AND CUTTKUINO; ,
sun, they make the towns along the banksof Jacksonville! Fla. ..........)0.11W.tt! <[ / I J-\SV\ \ e
the St. Johns! River scenes of houyant In a recent number of a homusijiutliieuedu J'iodfuljSw.. K. FARRELL tlCUlUm WOOIJ l'll Kiv.
\pleasure for four or five months, und one l journal I read a tirade regarding J'lh.rtalul'nt.: and I'leuita,
may there see American u wx-ial life in all iU "lorida (;you (erratic<- writer who talked I learn- Sut>erintciident and Knginccr..nus. furniihe l at the sluifV.t notice,. at rock-bot. A large stock of Stoves on 1111'] GIve us

frft..loll1l1ncl gayety. The largest:: und inontinqxirtant illy about fogs, damp tlll''l'ht'fC'a) \)' torn prlceM, at f('al. und ('ull>are our prices those of
\ and the gayest city in the State U rains inal.iria etc., etc., iluring: the winter AXM: (' .. :, ANi JI,1; ItAKKKY: other hnu+v's, here or elsewhere.wit
Jacksonville, which i perched on a Imnk of iionths. l.it this! woiiM-U-suniturian basest \ ( Outre. "'Irt.t. -- -
the St. Johns River, a few mikt from iu ibtMaddk-entirely upon hearsay and nuji- 111 Opp. cI.ll'. 0. Ituilding. -1
mouth. In this wealthy metrojK.lis! the M5tion. One eculiarity of a large j Iw.rtl"u TIllU ST., UKT. ltSTUUlC..\, -- _. ----- O. K. 0.4KKN., ,
mo-st pnimiiient objwts to the tourist are IIr Florida Ls the Infrojuency of fogs. They 't' T Y .Z
\ the large number of white saloon vteain.Jjoats toinetimcM rinIteti'ntberbutareeared' : \., ; I r10NTUACTOIl .\\1 JIUILDKU.Moui.Dixs .
4,.(' that line the wharves or course up away by the sun Hut vvlien they do occur, nu\\SUS.\.
and down the river, und the splendid hotels I vhicli is ,,(seldom they arc not HO dense aminTsistent LtALER IX THE 4 W. LOl l M 1 X X'ti !\N\'r.U"\'RU( .
that ocrupy the principal thortll1 hf.1rt' as they are In the North and In c 1
The latter in many .' tvs are Palatial *truc- I Kngliiiid and the Continent. Ilecause thin Frultn and VetelHlilcN, .1 ; nuACKirrs SAXVKH'ANI)
turcx, and are furnUhed with all the luvUh Stuteisast-mi-tropiral climate, p(('iple fool- t".ol.t -I'..t51OLH TtmxKH: JiAUvnibC: NKWKIJS.: :
luxuriance that charai-terizw! these institution ,10M I I ). consider that we must have a nioUt HTAIU IAH WOOD) KAVRSTlloruilS : ..
the I'nited State Their bills of .', but iuh t.VFECTIOXKKIF, Krc.lMi HIKATIIIXti
in I| > is nut the case. During the lr |u,r<'d Flour. ,
tare 111<1he nn

founteil toighh..l1.litfcn.ht dishes for breakfast sofa mild type prevail' in some localitii-s lilt In ,' (Janlen Sw.ls, ..Iuwt. Farm and -- \XD 1"1.00
in one aterta and forty-two for dinner; the North and Vest, but they art.lL general Oanleu luIItlllut. 7 if ( .
and in all instances! these! t-nibraf-eil from I rule of a mild character arid(more amenable! -- -. ONLY FIVE CKNTH l' I
two to .Ix 'i-cies III' jranie and fnuu three I to treatment than in other swtions.! JMt Hr. AKTIIUK <'. ,''tD )l t'oUSU. Blair and i'liurrh Work
to llve.lttl'its of nVh, while l every variety of : during the winter month the tourist and -
I fruit grown in the United States= was placed invalid iiewl not dread the bugaboo (- lleil .:STlSf. Bl'KCIALTY.POOIW .

\ un them ; yrt, the,e nia.!nitii' 'nt hotels only malaria: a theme wont threadbare by inter- jJFourth r.( AT OLD'P.0.IIUI1.U1NO. AND WINDOW .,,
from ten thilHuiw to one pound t'.ttst10th(-!, who wUh f JC.UU
chrge l tai cure a reputation Stn t-t, Outre and .\I'hu .'
t tier day for ?ver>-tliinj-. .\ntl l pianos, parlor for other winter resorts. and who will| CIU1lETOTIIFMIRROR.: \L4 t WLV3Ottlce .

; tiruwi11e; rouuib and other privileged 'IJIl.It.'I'n,1 to misrt-presntati- H -,111-, 44 tf FKRXANWN'A. FLA CjUIk \ ; tl for li ix month I2 fE l'Ut liox }74.Janl Fema/idiiia. Fla i


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h1 ullB?: FLORIDA) j ''lIRHdH.1 cut,) the planting interests' of the State, has!! THE: SECOMt ItlSTlllCT. ,. I'JlfJSI'IUTIJ'l; anon-Z'lI. people of that county statistics are which indebted have to largely him

( .. -.. -..,_... (conducted I the;ship\ of State with u steady, nnd The Second Congressional District)i cast III The progress of :settlement in Florida! willIe for his valuuble section., There remained.
'y" dJGlS -- honest hand. We Dave had<< an honest: and 1870 nt the Congressional i election _":3,915rites : much nceelcrafcd by the extension of our I benefited that after
8.tTllllJAr, < T 28 /.wo.; which was adopted
nr r capable State administration., Let honest of which as counted, 11,171 were cast railroad !system and by un improvement of only one course, in: whose
nnd good men continue to support such u for Bisbec; and 11,171 were cast for i'inley. our water ways. We will take West and consulting prominent gentlemen this
' InUCIt\'I'I; TICK KT. he relied, and
4 State adminstratioii of affairs, in whoseoever giving "!apparent' majority. of three votes; Middle. Florida:, for instance. The ;my access ndvice and judgment
United Stntcaccnsus !
i ''. ..The riyht; of! trial by jury, the' hntiem/ corpiu, hands it may be placed, as shall conduce to fur Hisbee\ ; but in Ihccount21f: : votes fraudulently ; to the counties in West Florida Iii the course was to wait for nml the official and to which

', fitte liberty of the prc**, the f .-ecdota of fjirerh, the welfare and prosperity of the State and added to the return in Archer precinct limited one presented by Apalachicola comprehensive be taken. This census "
rilldII ywmiut, and the flylitu! of give a sense of confidence and security to all No. 2 by the Republican inspectors River and the inlets in the coast t line of the no exception could
still not complete, M
I is
11.property must 'be prc.ertcrl.-IEN.( HANCOCK, its citizens.! To those who IUI\ I.' udminister'cd were counted for Bisbee, nut also a coiiMderublc (Oulf. The great need of that part of the has been taken, but but

;, |In General Order No. 40, Nov 211!), I&Hi. our affairs/ well we owe a just nnd full number aided. to the return of (the State I is the extension from Apalachicola few districts not having made returns, In.
will be in.
..:, .\( thing can intimidate me from ilolnif; u'hnt/ acknowledgment) ; to those! who may he nt coort-house precinct in Columbia county. In River to IVusacola of the Jacksonville, 1'cn- probably within, ten days and
n '.1 Mine" to be honest and riyht.-WINFIKLD the next election entrusted with power we the contest fur the seat in Congress, after a sacola & Mobile( Road. As the section of the meantime the footing, arranging

s ETficorr, IiA:(''Ol'K owe an impartial judgement amid fair trial delay of nearly two years, during which time country through which this road will pass' tabulating going: on in t the I Commissioner'soffice before the
.s.\ of their rapacity. Mr.: Bisbee held the seat! he was declared not \possesses very little of good public hind :subject nnd it will not be long
"" FOB PBEHIDFNT : The Democratic> party have placed in to have been elected, and (Jen. [Finley was to the land grant, assistance will\ be pamphlet will be issued.! We do not see but

t ( GENERAL W S. HANCOCK, nomination unexceptionable candidates. awarded, l the seat. needed from the Internal( Improvement Fund Dr. French adopted the only course pussiblrunder !

k 4 OF J'F.XX\YJ.V.'Xf.\ men, wln* are honest: t, capable' and faithful.It In I87, by the canvass! Mr.: Hull received. by the grant of lands in other portion! of the the circumstances.! !

Is to the interest! of the great mass of our the! certificate and took his ,seat, Mr.( Bisbce State .\ connection is: also needed with the
citizens that the Democratic nomineesshouldbe I contesting.) The contest is not yet ended.Nr. (;corgiasystemmfrunm.tibauytolhmcnn.( With SMALL FAKME11S.
r. .. elected. 1 If defeated it will be by the Bisjjce undertakes! to give the reason, these two works constructed Middle( mini West We are just beginning to realize in Florida
t I OiMir.si JSDnH. votes of those who, although entrusted with but as the committee have never reported, Florida would be brought into connection the advantage of small farl s. Before the

: I/I:XT'A'. BLEh"i'OB4.fi : the elective franchise, really cxccreNe no and Congress I has never acted upon) the case, with the other lines of communication, and war every man was anxious to own a mile

fTATF.' AT I.AUOE' : t thought or .discrimination I )but cast: t their )Ir. Bisbee can only state what he thinks. is would receive! accession! to their I population square of land nt least, and of some indefinite .

SAMUKI( : PASCO, of JclTerson County. ,"otClIl'4 they ure instructed by their lender the reason: and anybody\ else has the same! from the West and Northwest.The : t. i idea of not being crowded, privilege,

t+ .ALBKUT. RUSSKLL::; : of Duvul County. )privilege.I ) The official canvass threw out extension of the Peninsula\ Railroad: etc. The Government subdivision of forty

1R A 1 FUWT MOTIUCT: 1r11YCON01'l:8P Brcvard and Madison( counties: altogether, south! to Orataandbcyomidamid eventually\ acres was considered altogether too small.

t w F' J. YONOK( ( of Kscn-nbin County. This, pithy conundrum, set in motion hill )' and gave,; Hull 'JHKKI;:!!), and Bisbce {W2ii)I! -a majority Tampa and Charlotte Harbor, will have a A change has gradually taken place, and
umixn:; MSTUICT: / active Republican' ) leader. is the keynoteof for lIull of thirteen, and a total vote tendency to bring that valuable part of the people begin to realize: that a man who has

'rHU (AH F. KINO Ahichun County. the campaign for State government in of 19,2(53.! ( If both counties\ were included, State into notice, and no doubt a very large: forty acres uf land with a mile of fencing to

Florida. If one good substantial reason: can the vote of 1873 was! over l,0oo :hort of portion of the immigration for the next live enclose it and to keep up, has!! about as much
FOB UOVKU.NOH: : be given why any intelligent citizen of Florida 1S7K. years will take that direction. land as ono man need exercise his energies
hit WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM, It is In Railroad communication is the life of, a Five put in good order for an
J. interested its future rI'HIIIIIIIIl'I'IIH') o>tatl'lll'r persons! who are a position upon.' acres )
I OF LEON COfXTY. perity, should. cast a vote for the Republicancandidate to know that there was a very large country. The whole North is l'ws"clll1l1.1 orange grove, live acres for planting carl.vcgctahll's .\'

"41 FOIl UKrrKNANT-linVKBNAll: : for Governor, we have failed to number of voters who did not vote in 1878./:! recrossed with railroads, and very naturally: if within reach of transportation,

LIVINGSTON W. BETHfiL.OF : hear it. What is his history in connection Duvul county, for, instance, shows falling : Northern men who settle in Florida will he. and he has! thirty acres left for )pasturage _.

x ) MONUOK COt'NTY.' with Florida Coming into the State as an oil'of 'Mi from the HCUlol'rlltle'otu ; in :Su-; unwilling to place themselves and their families potatoes, corn cane, rice and cotton patch.

assistant surgeon, he has> only been known wannee, I'IH'ules!) ; in Marion, 182:! ; in \'oluIa out, us it were, in the woods, cut oil' :Such:: a farm will :soon yield a good support
t ; FOB +! -FIIWT WSTUHT! : to the people of the State us a persistentofficeholder. !! 107. There was also some falling oil in from daily mails and all the conveniences of I and in a few years, with due care of tho orange ) -

ROBERT H. M. DAVIDSON, During l his tenure of the office the lel'uLlIl':1II'ole: but from all we can see modern society. I trees! the forty acre farmer will secure
t OF UA1WDEN COUNTY. of Treasurer grave irregularities occurred, I there is an increasing Democratic majority It must be admitted that the building, of : a competency.Fifty .

which, whether the result of carelessness or i in this Congressional District, and we believe railroads through a IIparsel '-.' FOB (ox(11tpss-MK'u\1): PISTKHT :
GENERAL JESSE J. FINLEY, any other assignable1 cause, cost the people i that if a full vote is l'ulll'lllIlI.1! every I no easy matter. Railroad: iron and locomotives along the line of the Transit: Railroad. Without
; many thousands dollars. In no position Democratic vote ('IIIOt, (Sen. Finley will have and caN all require a large capi- much funds, with drainage, composting
OF COI.t'Mim COVXTV.CHOICE which. lie has occupied has he shown any f&m4)) to HUO majority. capital and a new State like ours: finds it and wcll-al'pliellallorlhe, poorest land) to !h.

OF STATK OFFlCKltS. capacity or any apparent desire to advance\ The Itl'puLIil'l1l'ole is very compact and hard to raise capital Our public lands giveus found can be enriched, fertilized, and made
the interests of the :State. He i.s ti .day the found' III u very few counties where there i.s the only basis on which to operate. These productive. The house can be put up with
There I Is no question l hut that the innjorityof I
the people of Florida are loynl and con- candidate and representative of the color I. a large black l population.\ The Domocr.iticvote 1101\1.l., held and employed.l with great timber' near at hand, nt a cost: about thirty
} ; be because the is caution and\ not granted except on the each of 18x18 feet the fence
hl'rvath'c-III'ul to the laws nod constitution line. He boasts that he can elected' on contrary eoinpo-cd mainlyof dollars for pen ;
colored and the white scattered fullest assurance ot :securing the construction of the felled in
( of their country, and conservative in he counts upon the vote population through rails can be split out logs
t their respect for the time-honored customs he dues not recognize; that they have any all\ the counties, and comprising' ubuut the of railroads connecting; with existing clearing up. The remaining trees if girdledwill

and lawful uuthorit).. A majority of the right to vote as they choose.: He claims them entire vote of the new and sparsely settled lines! and on routes offering the greatest advantages not interfere with immediate cultiva

white citizen of the country desire only bound to him blindly\ and !< counties. This! will be seen by the annexed !:! to the public. In our impatience tion. Summer clothing of cheap cotton

"} peace[ and the quirt pursuit of their respective Occupying a seat in the United IIII1I1ISHin'IY'1! :; statement of the oflicial canvass of 1878 : to obtain what we wish, we are in dangerof goods is! all that i is required. Furniture can

avocation They ure to a prcpondera- ate for six years, his only duty .. to 187i.( 1878. laying aside or relaxing necessary restrictions be made in country style until better can be
in the control of federal appointments in Fill\\l'y,ltisbee,1lull'Itisbee. ( ( but it is better to go more slowly I and red.
ting extent the owners of ull the property, ............ 12.jj' 1!>72, 1178. 1745 prove
4 I pal and personal, and their rights of I person' I Florida. When his time expired. he becamean Baker.............. .21.:41; : 143 welt( ; 158 surely.We The truck 'field will give immediate profit,
ntiil property are to a greaterdcgree Involved urgent applicant} for a foreign mission, Bradford ............ 707 lift\ ;, U)7!) | 223: believe there i.s no doubt the Peninsular muscle, seeds: and crates being the only cap
and was content to take up with a per diem Brevurd............ 111 rXi ......1.I ........ Road will reach Ocula this winter, perhaps ital required. The season from January to
t in the question of good government.In Columbia........... fHH!! 7171! !nO.>4' WWAluchua ): I by, Chri tmal. This! is!: a long step for
appointment under the Treasury (Depart favorable out-door work and is
June is to ,
the choice of those who shall administer ) Clay..1 i i 25!( 120, 'Ml'': 112
'Iii' the local government they will naturallyseek went He desires now to continue his hold Dude..... ...........j i, ;oJl, HI, 47': 14 ward. If I.ecsburg can next be reached, healthy employment, in which women and
to place in the hands of good upon the public purse by being foisted upon) Duyal.............. 14W( ( 2331: 112:!!! 2213: and so on step by !step, the last part of the children can help largely. A small posture
power the people of Florida as their Governor. With Hamilton........., 014; 32l:!!) (iO!), 418 road can he built easier.. than the I tint! as all
and the refuse of the truck will
libel There is no reason why the intelligent \ ) Madison............' 1082 15211 ......' ......... will\ be anxious to hasten its patch keep a
Industrious: good citizen! of the State no capacity, no statesmanship: property I Marion .............': JH52 1008'' nix completion.As cow and furnish milk. The cane patch will .. .
should not net together in the selection of or identification with the Interests of the Nassau ..............; (\(170 7SM1\ C22: 769< !) fast us the road is constructed the popu- furnish: sugar and syrup ; the rice patch will
loch to hold the reins of State, he is not a lit )person to be elected to Orange ..............' !SK.1J, 1U4.!) 82.3:!: 218 lation will increase along the line, and the give the healthiest article of food for a family
men government; Putnam............ 517'' till; (5:2St. business! will increase.
of Florida. He has invested
the Chief Magistracy( < 57)1
lint unfortunately party cornea in and prevents John's.......... 508 j 532: : 40Suwannee. and the industrious small farmer will
men who cooperate willingly in the nothing here, ho has contributed .........' (::!!> 45111H1)( : ) M3 Perhaps capitalists from beyond the State soon become independent
t local attain of their communities from actIng nothing to the business or the welfare of the Volusia.............1 474 172'' 3ti7; 242 will take hold\ and build the road for us. So We are pleased to learn that efforts are being
I : much the better if it is done in subservience
be leaveit
would to
State, and fully prepared
together in affaire of State. ', made to induce the settlement of small
11,452 11,470' fdWl: Ofi2fS}
I forever the result is known in to the public interests! and under due restric!
as soon ax
It will be admitted that a government to unseated Hisbee in the election farmers along the line of the Transit Road
Finley of tions.!
ho useful, must have the support and cooperation November. Echo answers-Why Conover? 1876, and Ilisbee contests Hull's seat for ._ u between Fernandina and Baldwin, and particularly -
of the governed.( A State or city 1878. I.lIMlanATIOy. about Callahan, Brandy Branch

government which should be selected by FALSE ISSUES. According to the vote cast in 187(5( in the When in Jacksonville last week we called and Dutton's. With a class of steady, industrious .
the and class would naturally The Republican partyfor the purpose of on the Commissioner Immigration found
ignorant pauper sixteen counties comprising the Second District men, we think, there is no doubtof
be repugnant to the ('t.lucatCt.llulIl. property retention of power, is: putting forth all its ( Finley carried eleven counties and His him suffering from a severe attack of erysipelas success. The increase of truck farming

producing class! of citizens, and when means of olTencc and defence. "It claims to bee five-the five being counties with preponderance but yet he was busy in footing up the along the road has been very marked, and!
such: an election U made) it is always a mis have restored peace and prosperity! and of black various returns of the census enumerators!, there seems! no limit to its extension.We .

'fortune. Tl'ds; will be readily admitted as! never ceases to reiterate that. it has brought That there is a very p population.large majority of the which involves a good deal of time and labor need not add, what will be readily admitted
w applied. to the Northern States, but it is not about theresuurptionOfte payments, the as each return has from 100 to 150 different by one that farmers and all
white vote which is conservative there can every ,
equally true here. have u class of citizens only thing, by the by, which it sets up an an sets of figures, and all have to be added classes of immigrants will receive
be no doubt, and there is almost as little a warm
t who hold property and contribute evidence of administrative success.! A dell-\ and tabulated. The assistant:! commissioner welcome. We all realize that needis
doubt of there being a considerable conservative our great
a nineteen-twentieths of the taxes! by which ciency in the foreign grain crops and consequent was fully occupied in the usual daily of additional
majority in the district, and with so! population, who will add to
Would it ho scarcity in Europe, coupled. with IMHIII- routine of the office ,
,, government Is supported. right i popular and every way suitable candidate as mailing pamphlets, an- the prosperity of the State and Lyall
that the class embracing the greatest tiful harvests: at home ; the natural return of swering special letters of inquiry receiving
proportion ,
means we and
Hen.! Finley, there can be no doubt of his prefer an intelligent
y. of ignorance, immorality: and improvidence the country after years of assured peace to its election if the conservative vote is fully visitors, etc. Dr. French says that the application industrious! class\ of immigrants to any
should rule over those who are every usual channels! of industry; the exercise of a for pamphlets is constant, and let other. '
way better entitled to select rulers and to greaterdegree of economy after the chastening ]K>lled. _________________ ters of s| ecial inquiry are increasing from -- .. -,

make laws? Under this view of the case it influence of u period of depression; all ASSUMED ALAJ13T. all sections ; that he hud good reason to believe WO."'T STAID IT.

.. is content not of principle, but for the these causes! combined to increase our exports ; There is nothing in the present canvass that there will be an increasing immigration .\ convention of representative men of the

control of the machinery of government.On and to diminish our imports to increase more remarkable than the attempt of the this full and winter. Indeed, not a Republican party was held at Ocala recently. r

I one side is a large lrol'ortlon| of white our ('ul'italulIll to restore the equilibrium leading Republican press of the country to week has passed\, even this spring and summer The gist of their action is: that a candidate

{ ('itiZCllsIUIIIIUg whom we gladly include the of our linallt'l'H.1111 this has taken create an alarm at the i ossibility of the flec but more or }less:! new settlers have comedown for Senator, totally unfit, has been forced

t thousands of new comers from other States! place under u Democratic (ingress.V'Iat tion of u Democratic President. While they and! every day letters arc received advising upon them ; that they oppose political adventurers
and who mainly desire u good local government party ('uullll.u tssU>ly have desired any better are forced to admit the high character, eminent him of others! coming. In some cases who force themselves into the

; I (we are not talking of general politics), result, or would be willing to change it ? services alllllllllllll.otiolll't.ll'atriotislU of a number of families will come and locate party for office, and who own no property

who have an interest In good government The financial condition of the country Cit'llerulllam'lll'k, they still pretend that the together. VV'ithinthe last month he has forwarded and have no interest! in the welfare of thepeople.

;, ; I and the promotion of the best interests of affects all its citizens who are equally interested projierty holders, the capitalists, and thecon- many orders to applicants! who wish So believing, they resolved that H.W. .
Kt; the State. On the other hand we have u in prosperity. The lemucruticpar-' servative citizens of the country would havea to avail themselves of the reduced rates oftransportation Chandler, the Republican nominee

large body of enfranchised voters who have ty contribute the majority; of the voting reasonable fear of disastrous consequences : for immigrants." In speakingof should be opposed: ; and further, that Chandler

hUll no ul'atilln to the rights and duties of population of the country, and has: consequently ) to the prosperity of the country, in the result the pamphlet for 1880, Dr. French said he is not honest in his politics, has been u

?sa ; good citizenship, but who have votes, and even a greater interest: than the Republican of Democratic I&tilillulllruinlltm.:! rl'greU'l1"t'r)' much the delay, but that he mural and physical bother, defeating a Republican
affiliated with tlichc a very small flats of arty in a hound! financial condi tion hud had a succession:! of disappointments in nominee ; that Chandler, though a

men who desire to use these votes of their tion. Is there reasonable (;round for such a fear? endeavors to get the &tatbticsdeuirableto colored man, has no interest or sympathy
1 \ olored allies\ to place themselves in the Judge Davit says very forcibly : lx>ng U it true that the capitalists' : of the country, publish. When the Bureau of Immigration for colored people; and finally the convention -

position of rulers, and from whose teachings and unchecked possession of power 1 by any the conservatism, of the country, and the was first established\ in March, Is7t\ iover- resolved that in the future they would '

their followers derive all that they know of party leads to extravagance, corruption and weight of character of the country, is opjRised nor Drew had! prepared in his office blank nut support political adventurers, who only

politics or l parties; the cardinal teaching l loose prattic.os.fit'r twenty years of domination to the Democratic party ? That such is forms for the collection and recording of agricultural ; come for office. All of which looks bad for

being to distrust their old friends and! those by the Republicans, chronic abuses nut the owe, is easily\ Mtsceptible of proof. statistics: as also local matter. carpet-bagger Chandler. The bout Radicals

1 who employ them. Necessarily,. in such a have become fastened upon the public MT- The Association of Hankers of the United These blanks were sent by the Comptrollerwith seem to have fallen on evil times to run
) condition of affairs men of like intctc--U vice like l barnacles on the bottom of a tot 1".111' States was presided over by Treasurer Mitchell the assessors' books to each county assessor their machine candidates.

will array themselves together and support t.l'lll1hil'. There is no lope of reform by U representative mau of large wealth with a request that they be filled up. '
a good government. The color line is: to l leaders who bate created a ..y.tem of mal- and influence, and a sound and thorough This, had it been done, would have given the TUE Washington special of the Baltimore _
lie depr'ah"Ilmt it U established mainly administration and who are intfrrnttd iii Iurptfuuti"y Democrat. The most active and influential information in Tie early fall. Hut there was SuHsavsitis a fact that the Republican _

by those who wish! to make ut-cof the colored iU nil*." member the board of trade, Mr. Samuel not a single one reported complete, but few eromm ble sum+ttee of have money decided to North to send Carolina a considera and

votes for in 'tact the interests of good government I). Halx'ock, is a leading member of theDemocratic : only partially, and most: no rt'loOrt.'ailing Florida" Also that "Representative Lor-
L are of as much importance to the THE census shows thirty-four sets t,; of twinsin lUrtugust; Belmont and here, the Commissioner 1'ft'l'urCtI blanks ask ing and Mr. Cabot Lodge, a young Republican

colored us, to the white race. Union, X. ('. scores of other leading financiers have been ing information of the same!' kind, and a circular of much eloquence, in Massachusetts
Fur nearly four years we have had U good )Have( those JWIJH.TS,; who believe in census, I long! identified with that |>arty, and we have letter earnestly asking attention to the houih I nave, it and u: said.make volunteered speeches fur. to Garfield go into the

Stare government ; the material interests: of frauds in the South considered the. fact th'at I no doubt that the Democratic arty comprises subject, and sent them to the senators and By all means! let Northern
the State !have been advanced taxes have twins are not rare in the !South ; that large within its ranks a full moiety of the representatives and also to prominent men some Republicans
come to } attend
Florida first-class
!been rl'llul''t.bchool:1! have been kept iu operation families are the rule and not the exception; ; j, capitalists of the l'Ouutrr.wt..lug its l>otit.I in each county. The Commissioner and assistant Radical convention and with a the circus:

I''' legislation ha btt-u well directed, that at the North notably in the Kastern t.'alleadl'N are found such men as Hayurd, also visited many counties soliciting\ the 'scursions to Tallahassee go :
expenses have been reduced. The State debt States, where the divorces i are one to every I Thurman Seymour, Hampton} iov. Hrown, information. The results were evermlessthan 1 with Geo. Washington ;get the on the platform

!; heM outside of the State funds is: less than eight marriage, families are nutl, and!, Jones and others eminent for patriotism and by the first plan. Hut one county responded who by the aid of man of lungs;of,

F five hundred thousand dollar A sound, if their medical men are to be believed, I I sound views of government. Of such material : in CuU-l'utnaln ; and to Col.\ Hammond, i whisky talked the Gainesville only one coffee-i convention

r.wtle Governor, who is! a fair representatfvi practices: are common to prevent large ami-- will be composed. the cabinet of Generalhlaueock. of Fort Gates who made a complete and ex- j i into the nomination oi Conover. Lucas
I Billy
manufacturing, the commercial lies. haustive the credit U
i of the report, : due and the will do the honors. <

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rcrnantlina, the first t landing in Florida for ing size\ The of commerce immense\ has ntfaiucd il..l1'I'I\r. f r clamming; ; thick and crane :shooting, can l here IIOl1U'S ol.l1'G11 uuorns.There T1IK CAMPAIGN 'IJR.U

nil steamers fl'OIIlew York, ('Ilal'h.-ton: nml the leaves of this: palm I be enjoyed ore admiration\ of all who in ditrerenl States '
Savannah, is wl'lll'ol'lh, the behold for the mimed: Amelia: Hi vet is! a !safe thoroughfare nngi's: this year. The flourishing condition political commuters {
attention first time this beautiful tree of the that will begin tain rather more than the usual amount nl
of the tourist, or immigrant, southward tat nations\! since sacred to Oricn- I;; for returning to the city 1 without having: in the gr'I'C1 illltc'September picking, or about big i11)1\ tall lying. Wherever tucreis

hound. :She claims one ofthc! best: lurb i-s on rl' i.h'1\l'elJf. \ : many centuries. At the : to face the briny waves of the capricious thirty days earlier than( last year's ripl'ning.Flof.'s nn assemblage: of the win-pullers! mIdI
the Atlantic, ami the only Swann is a magnificent peeimen I At Ian tieFernandina-. commercial impot/I'I'/ in the production workers, n report} poos forth that everything
vessels of large one accessible- \ of the Aymr'; / ....'/. lIliJ/ll. This: plant i is : : well deserves a visit, as much of the table fruits: anilvegetableshuusbecome I N lovely and that the attitude of the gooseIs
.. tonnage: on (the east : preeminently: The essential
oust of said to !live I especially her successful 1 satisfactory.
tuenty-the before 1011'\orlh\
the State. years com\ from the immigrant from thewandcrimr
As prospective
as diametrically
a commercial port, the future ing\ to and cultivation of the orange tree I is 1 absurdity offending out two reports -
of this ; maturity, then\ sending up a flowering tourist t (the winter resident from the same State, ns
Island City Is heyond. iiny ('ulat] i\e or matter of marked; Interi'st. .\ few ytatsLip) conflicting,
or transient! fancy. As West' t arid .po ) stalk of nearly thirty feet.! After haing \'- c'onvale-stcnt or hl'IIIi.1.:1'Ithlllhin: !!, ex-: the now famous Florida orange was, to be has just! happened in I'ennsyivaniaclots" not-
Florida and all Soulhvve-st' acc-omplisheil I its: mission: of rt'pri',Iut'tintl, \, celli-nt driving and hunting, fishing, sailing, 'I'1 merely in sample lots: ; now its cultivation : deter the braggarts from "leein (the claim
the (Gulf toast is ) of their and trying to
: growing in the plant llIwlIh'I'II employs large and the careful opponents! go 1c\'erul
importance, 1.'crnl llltillll must: and I will I '\ From the leaves: IIftuiMagave finest: of hotel] aewmmod.Uions: polished} I and ,preserving ('mlitll of many professional better ; but it ought to show the these, how
the benefit' of increasing' reap\ obtained, the sisal: hl'lIlpI1f.otn- and re tin ed society, daily communication/ ; \ pomologi! 11 Ir. John] 1''. llllcl. little reliance can be placed on shout.
products.! Its ; population' nil merce, a fibre much esteemed.\ Oleanders : by rail and water with nil parts of Florida: of the fruit firm of Mnxfield: Co.: of the bluffers on the skirmish line. In tin-
natural advantages ad a :ship that ttould make the delight! of and cKi Park Place, who has lately returned 1 nature of thinWltte except the Initial tendencies
; any\ and the Northern: and Western f'tIII'I-llIdl;
ping port und its railroad from of be known and
\ connections! with i he a ((011' through the Florida orangeeountry,1111" now ,
thc(/ulf, t'eutralaid in the near future ; run !<1'1'1III\ the old Poindexter, : mansion.One are the advantages offere'd, with n general gin'l a 10r'd' reporter omc when local committeemen come up to headquarters -
Tlorida, make it the ( of these: 1I0wl'ri1trl'I'I\; rivals in si/ethe \\"l.II'Ollll'I'xh'lIlh.1 to all.irif.ii'cu.v very interesting !1 lll'lrlt' 11" ,. \ and give In reports round 1 majorities ]
transit point f.r nearly .surrounding) oaks, mid measures: over forty lie aIhat in Ilithe( grrtvvth was not that may be relied on as "sure, it i iI is
one-half of the peninsula' and gives (to thiscity feet in height.; '''hl'1.1"1,1.\' covered with irK no rr.oiiin.t ? enough for home consumption and the I perfectly certain that they are talking nonsense
the certainty of a bright .destiny.: groves: could very easily be counted. The and know it. A. change of two voters:
Should the : rosy, sweetly perfumed I flower, to find Florida i is much like other States, and most important were l lir. Anderson's nt St. in each school district of New York or Penn-
influx of population to the a botanical wonder to excel it i is nearly opens\ !'! u broad field e>f labor for brains: nod Augustine-. \11II'\1: nt Jacksonville, svlvnnin, or, perhaps, even less than that
State necessitate m manufacturing of all sorts, impossible A curiosity in the shape of muse-le and for the use of capital Brains Hart's at'1I1Ilkll, ulII Ihlllit. at I Indian will decide the result of the elections of (thoseStates. -
and almost Kiver. few small Does anybody In their senses
many were, suppose
advantage is
every to he plants
: not\ to be overlooked, growing in trill usually take care of themselves.: Labor '
found here where groves Oi thelullcoast.I ( But very little 1 fruit i that 1 local "war-horse, ''ierllapsplae mel
deep\ water and railroadcommunications the garden, of our Cnstom-IIoiisc: Collector, necessarily accompanies\ capital in nil publicor found it way North, ('larle-tol: and Snvnnnnh upon the committee for the first time this:
are ('I 11111,irll't 1. IC'i.lcthi.: : : .. the varnish tree with its long, :sleek' body as private enterprises and in thee more or easily consuming 11lrl'hl'!. Tu-Ihmy] year, under the brainless system of rotationthat
advantage, Fernandina, in tonneUioii: with glossy ns: if recently taken out of the furniture less skilled and 1 intelligent labor must! aecomnanv I the product] exhibits i : a lilar\'lol' i incrcusc- prevails: can tell at this stage of the can
Amelia Island has frmto'kl',1: ,plantations, while hundreds of which side the forces arc to unload ?
A _within_ u itself all the cleIlltl5 shoo: is (.('ttni110 .Mttrvnl___ __m ntti-ntion._un _.. .. ... ) that which i is purely muscular, in I .riivi's fir,* 1'11\- II tl-li..Si...> infm.v.. .. ni iil'itf.." tintSlate .I. \11iOn.\I>body who tins been 'In! le "
: 01 success: ui late, cgc-t.iiilo grow ing :Side by side! i is a :Mexican acu-i.i: or Texan order to make investments\ : prut tllhh', Capital -. '11 largest nnd l most t productive or who is: familiar with the loltiC a
tusuppl'tlic\ \ Northern markets has I grove is nt OrangeLuke und owned h :Mr. knows the almost infinite
attracted .steer-horned. hu.h-, named because: this: i is greatly needed to develop our resources by close canvass, "
niiuh attention James _\. Hairis: Oinnge cultivation lias work ami that to arriveat
and is : pains
already one of .shrub is nnd h Ire necessary
our covered entirely with spines, theperfect can ( \ : I \\nyuntinjiiiitHni/ / ,
largest: branches: of business: second, in importance imitation\ of the horns of Texancattle. with good results., :Saw-mills lire now paying brought 111'1 into much the :-111'capital. ; Imdh'll 111.1 many hl"II'energetic" men weeks an approximate before election.conclusion Kvcrybody: CH'I now two

only to our lumber trade; and. near .\t the same place i is also: a large plant large profit, and more are m-edesl.\ Rice are ready; nt Ilu:<1 1'11"1 topurchase knows 11 that anybody knows-which I is,
Fernandina and all OUT Anuli.i Island: are of the wild, cardamum,, the flower of which"' and sugar lands 1'011101111' brought into cultivation and preparefor the luL'kd de. that, rule, both Presidential candidateswill
to l be. found broad fruit The largest droller in the way receive the solid vote of their respectiveparties -
many U'I'I'iuital.ll.tll: : the is I'l'rtailll.Olle. of the most' elaborate which would require more rice nnd is fr. F..
productions : !I'II, lit :al Mate-o. lie is: reganfcd : \ nil that in the chvcStates I the issue
raising: of the early vegetables\ and :Small of the;great Creditor. It is eommon- sugar mills" ; rice and sugar are the be-st: paying us the pioneer of the business, having will be' decided] by the independent] and

- .. fruit*. I I'll berries are a I thorough :MU'cess: in I ly known\ as the hell-plant, on account of the surest, and ought to be the mn't extensive : begun in I ImaWl' nt Palatka as early nsIS7I tlonting} vote. The defection of n locnllol.
our :State, and hundreds of Lures could be devoted the close resemblance} of the flowers to aconchshell crops! in our State. "'1' have unlimited commodious l l nnd .). T\o i )years later be" built tician: here aid tl't', of more or !
pad-ing-houses, or innga7ims inenceis that always marks
to this I luscious fruit, and put} into our : ) ,, the interior\ being beautifully areas of the very best lands: : for the pur- ," as they are termed at Sin( :Mnte-o. .\ Presidential something( but it all[ counts for n
:\ol'lIll'rnll1arkl'i!: Several hours in advance, marked und covered, with all the brilliancyof pulse which' only await the advent. capital present lie handles one-quarter of the crop.\ little or 'I1lnigl. than the transfer of

of any other point in Florida, without rcshipmcnt acre, or mother of pe-arl. to develop them, flail: rond cross-ties can be His, otheTcollections, are mainly diolIrilull'.1 : (lie single vote The free and independentAmerican

} and thereby' command better At the home of :Mr. Yoke, where visitorsare made tin Immense\ business, mid properly lately "by llaxtiellll't.atiruitvhicllluts the Florida orange trade in deserters\011'1 Indeed I is not much, as given matter to of following fact- f

prices! and arrive in liner condition. With always: wch-ome, are :severid tine Jliri'wthryii handled: nn Immensely pnylng hll" 1H'''+. :Naval Ilis (city. There are other pHk'f: or own und hi defection 1 frequently t

all the facilities: ( shipment: :so ncarat hand. J'ljMHticit/ or Japan) plum ; the dark. ; ] :stores are paying larger profits" than for of "mnga/.ine's" vvho.se lurks are tvullknown I \tlt'.ulrol\'nt t ) fl'l'lt and the rank

it could be a remuncrathc business to anyone large glossy leaves, overhung' with bunch the past: few jears: with fair prospects for the ] of; among the lidgcvvntcr them Mr.Grove W. F.* Full'r. ,proprietor Mnteo. and tile more than their indig
ul which is
understanding the grow'ing of this mach cs: of the yellow, edible fruit, give this: evergreen future. For this: plenty\ of rich Thesetwo large pun baser-"lt control:1 the Imlolat) / "selling they put upon n change Ull.ul of

esteemed al\llildidou'l (glib)(. Oranges: are n very ornamental appearance.' Lime, fields: yet remain to be opened,l In our )pine bulk II (lie fruit by buying it in the groves hl-thc tl'ilale 11'fl'l.tlol of the lust leader. .1'VCI:

groxving to perfection on the island I, fad lemon and orange tires loaded with fl'uit- I forcst Our fisheries lire rich in variety, superior on lees, Tliey pick and puck it lll'l.l'h'l' 31 Ir. Sewanl, great Ilnl1lUL and beloved
:xome, are rccogni/ed as being if in nnd !! in order to insure care and to ia leader as he Wll1, hardly than ucorporal's
equal, not most of them ]iilante-d' from the se-e'd.simi.: I quality: unlimited in quantity, pniiu-r' assortments Ill selection Up to guard of voters with him tore into the
better' than any oranges ill Florida. Numbers the war-date/ banana and bearing olive nnd only await capital to develop! and introduce within/ the past few years It hl:4II'IIIlIII'I-: cump of Andy John Home of them were
:; of tries!' planted from feed! since the late trees are in the same grounds. :Several 7' /- them to the markets of the world.\ tion with the grOWt'f whether it was not strong mel In their own right to be sure,

unpleasantness: : are now growing }bounteous: ciih/jitt, the famous fever tree Australia, Farming and gardening; for Northern markets more profitable- make direct shii'incntssiu'culatively but their \l'hlull110 counted: ( no more
than to sell to crop-buyers. than (that of oll'll
crops of the golden apples: of llesperiden: and are growing about town The neat ground I. offer n ready means: of !support fur industrious 'I he result of last winter's trade ilemonstrut- ignorant backcountryman: IUMt in the State. This or

there is: no reason why Amelia Island !should of one of our leading merchants; :Mr. ]Dot men of small means, and large I ed that growers who disposed\ of their fruit year, in particular, i is to be very

not become an immense orange grove. tercr, contain many u thing worth the profits for capital properly Invented, carefully on the spot made II.lcr average bargains to forecast the result, und for 1 ,' ditcul 01
than <
those who
Leaving 1 aside all that may induce thes1pccnlative notice of the Northern traveler and\ amon judiciously I and energetically handled. their own responsibility.put : in the market on reasons. In the tlrst place, when all : tlI I
HOle special und done, I the personal ncccptnhility of the
immigrant to come anti remain them I will IIIt'lItiolthe oplltaJ'ltlJlld.l Shingle mnchil1l'1H'OMlllllt little and could be marks, like Mr. C. II. :Mngrudcr'sUeick I.edgo two clnllilnlc1 is about the same to the

in Fernandina, it will repay the lovers of or fig cactus: pyramidal in shape, and ten to made to yield a large incomeBrick can be stock, have warranted individual shipment, caslc1 which they were nominated
twelve feet from base made of of but as u rule the plan of selling the (' A Democrat here nil there will
the beautiful and picturesque, the seeker of to summit.Fernandina our clay superior quality, and home agents Is to he popular] 1'11"0 for.
not vote lenHancock
health, the Nimrod and the Knight of !the / boasts of hotel acconimodutions : yet nearly all\ our }bricks" ure brought from flrwurtl Without doubt the largest 1(1 objects to n military candidate: eitlmerbecause, or has sore Ito

Rod<<1, to spend' a few clays on our beautiful : such as: arc not excelleil!! anywherein New York. Tile draining will be u business! hU been received for" his: crop by any head, from some cause-more likely for 1 the
Island.: <<1 As a winter resort it affords a combination the State;;( -the Mansion House, a great in the near future, und the tiles" can hem made producer in 1.101'111 was received by 31 I r. latter reason. Here and there u Ilepublicun

of inducements, such a.s cannot be favorite with the business: public, the here of the best quality. Fruit trees unit James his last: A.crop on the, Orange frees for Lake$18.000.,)who This sold wi desert]local Gen. (Gurfichl, because his 'party
a In which
ascendancy his
met elsewhere]! in "the land of flower" As Florida: House and others, but especially the plants] : lire in demand over the State and was his first experiment in selling in this terest' losing centres, or because, he dislikes so much in

.r y soon ali the green' and !silvery line of our Egmont Hotel, erected of lute years. The good nurseries: : could he started' with every way, and 1 no crop ever netted him one-half of the Ohio idea" But In the main, both
coast appears' on the horizon, or ns the flash Kgmont has already acquired u first-class reputation prospect: of success.: With these' hints the' /that own account.amount when shipped and sold] on his candidates are acceptable. In the next placl.

of brightness from the light-bouse, sweepingacross with the Florida tourists. All modern fertile mind! need nut be nt any loss to find At Orange Lake there urc many more large idea I good that man while level there-hended arc nn doubt an
principles .
the broad waters:,! of the Atlantic, reveals improvements' of that class of building profitable] investment for what means are at and fine groves. Leaving the lake rl'glol>(r. involved in the contest, there arc really no
land<< ubead" Fort Clinch' appears tu have been applied by the proprietors so as to command, be the capital great or small. Orange Ouklawuhu Maxficld saw 8010 fine] plantations in the : very clearly marked IuC dividing the par

the 'iew-a sentry silently watching over render it comfortable mill attractive. The boxes" and vegetable crates must be A. I'. Roberts, among,t Son's which, maybe it Iwtl'lllco'lt Vnll's.and ties. Formerly there was slavery, 1 moral

peace and wealth within, with its bastions I house is furnished with exquisite elegance, manufactured here in larger quantities, and others equally / ( Lovcl.. river St. question question ; then then the'( r'be10n. a national
bathing in the phosphorescent waves of thoroughly-. boa tod bv- steam, nail .nraotionllvfireproof ------ will make an immense business.! Johns._ is muirniflcciitly lined for two IlHlt1111e.'S Munition. But_ now.neither! nartv., a taken political
the grand old ocean. At more than five wuter being near at hand every Florida is peculiarly adapted to farming or with valuable groves, In a wrote, stands united ana -squarely upon| A
Smyrna, Crystal Kiver, Manatee and St. Augustine
miles the arrivant can distinguish, the bronze where. The gastronomic department is such, gardening on a small\ us well us more extensive all have thriving plantations" where- any principle that of administrative or legislative

Thunderers silently reusing in calm serenity and it is not saying little, us to satisfy the, scale.] It is always best for the poor new nettings are constantly added] ami young rt'fln.. The reaches(federal supervision the dignity of of a elections nation

above the Vuubanic casemates, gaily re- mohtexigeante of gourmands.", Billiard tables, man, coming from the North or elsewhere, Since trees 1x71 are regularly coming into be-uring. I is the only one fu which this claim l is dis

flecting the smiling sunbeams! or the silvery croquet and lawn tennis grounds: bowling alleys to procure a small piece of land ; then go to the figures, tho representing crop has increased half u..i fu1owl. tinctly made ; but upon this the final Democraticobjection

rays of pale Diana. The old fort, with its and in fact everything that may amuse work fur himself. Our best, most thrifty ( SJflUO) ; 1875, 10XX( >; 1171. bard 15.000 ; 1877' : than supervision,was than aimed at the rather at n |lute

outbuildings! falling into ruins! waheduwllY and interest the guests, are to be found. The und respectable] farmers do large i portion of 31,000; 1878, 75,000; ."J.O "lase self But upon taxation principle, tariff, civil its

under the battering waves or undermined by gruunds of the hotel are tastefully laid out their own work and figures other uro West becoming India IIJlil'ILt. service reform tnance.party has Internal divisions .

the moving sand, commands the entrance of on a nice green carpet of Bermuda grass and THE I>.\Y I.ABORtK-Tho class of men into the shade by reason of the already siiKriorquality put and shades of opinion that prevent

the harbor. Narrow at its entrance, it opens ornamcntce! with fine and rare plants, conspicuous known in the North und West as farmhands of the Florida frui, and Mcditerra-| a common makes rallying classification.of And the this naturally

into u broad and magnificent bay in which among which is the {'!Jrall itcvulatii, is probably ]less at home, here than I the Il'un future producers may anxiety as to tremely elitliciilt.1 When the issue voters narrowed ex.

several rivers drop the tribute of the inland. from which the sago flour is obtained! ; any other. They are respectable men, accustomed in this and of other their American winter trade cities in line fruit down to those who want the Uelub-i

Among the marshy grasses waving to and century plants of several kinds and of phe to labor beside their employer, to I is singular that Mr. Max well overlooked who licans want to hung the Democrats on to the offices,

fro, according to Boreas' capricious desires n01l\'nalllize, some of them over ten feet in live with him, frequently as part of his family magnificent grove of Hon. P. p. Bishop' at thel, a good many people to have he chance found
serpentines the St. Marys, Amelia and Bell diameter ; candle cactus of the night. his equal socially und 1 otherwise ; hence it (b., which adjoins that of Mr. Harris on have no particular choice.may The loud
Orange Luke.
rivers. On the south, on a slight elevation, blooming family, the columns of which they chafe at the idea of being set beside! the over six thousand Air.mixes Bishop, pucked his!whichwas crop' I hraggurbfntl tall Ifurs must therefore' ex- '

we perceive the quaint and queer little city measure fifteen feet high. In front of the c-olorc-d man and comiie-ting with him in his sold as high us $t..W) per nearly allf. is ( I heel to have their yarns taken not with
: is neat turk in own chosen ffk f'ulf'llliltjft___ tit._. tii* tli called Old Town. Farther in the bay is Kgmont u i planted forest occupation. Again our peopleof this pU I" h'. .n. ..u I' met it, Thev. \1)t know. a nf... .,",1..1.
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.Fernandina gently sloping] on a bill-siue.] style with cabbage palmettos, the pride of Northern as" well ns Southern nativity are, splendid c1I-C" m. knows, uny more than everybilyutayknoll.
The eye of the arrivunt at once beholds the the Florida glades, intermingled with wildorange or very' noon become, accustomed to colored Yen, and \\ ,/ might ]have added, a.ijood JI(>lti/H Ilfflllll.THE .

beautiful panorama of the whole dttht'hright trees.: labor} and its usages. It i is exct-cslingly convenicnt many other very large and paying h __

red pretentious brick stores gaily contrasting .1saIIONdof) the adaptability of Amelia to subsist the ]laborer on the historic JrO\'CI on the margin of Orange I.ukc. All H'II'I'ry 1:(iatoaiu.t.-The "minori!
of "ration" of threw und half] tat rl'giul of Florida Is full ufyuunggrov'es ty" in Georgia have openeel u lively campaign
with the humble whitewashed habitations I-]land for the growing orange trees or -u- [MiutuN biioonn
: intermingled among the evergreen other trees of the citrus family it would bewell perk[ of meul.u quart of syrup, und:salt"tl ul g just: ( coming into bearing Indeed, there are against ( (olllui. Norwood, the

orange trees covered with golden fruit, broad- to visit the small grove planted around in," for one week ; then it is convenient to few localities in our State where young minority ('ulttilate. IUt week made a hitter

leaved bananas and iiioss-draiveel water oaks, the nnMk cottage of a son of the Emerald] call upon him fur any class of Service desired gt\'cl url not being IaltL't1] speech to which Colquitt has made a reply

with here and there the steeples of thurches Me. There are about led trees, comi-assed from hoeing corn or cotton to washing TJIK ('ieuerr through the* pre-ss. The reply Is in exqulsitutenqer

towering their spires towards the clouds. it is true in too small u space, loaded with I thodithesor' nursing the hairy The white Cotton' Mill at .TUC.JfSr'fle. Clt'llnt. but terribly severe in it* facts. It t

Most: of the steamers:,! land at the foot of the golden fruit all planted within the I last man will not submit either to (be ration or C., now uses two kinds of attachments.COllty.t.The shows that Norwooel Is u beneficiary of hit

Centre street! a broad avenue or shell! ten years ; better trees, considering their age, the service fur will our people ask the stokhudl'l] ) ] are much encouraged at tlef'lt.i own attempted of the party,

rood of which many a larger city would be could hardly l l.e found on the pcninsmla. same of him, hence the preference for theolorcd The I\t Ilttuhu.'tJ I requires. (IJrh'CI of interest and the retailer of' l'undlL which he will
.rutt daly. on not true. The
proud leading in a straight line from the harbor As a memento of former ages Amelia has I (' man. 'nll'toe are facts us! a rule but capital, l'uralll. ., in f MO.. But they nay official rl'r' are
Invoked to (
] to the sea. Striking is the difference of iU Indian mound, .>ituated 1 in the immediate here are many exceptions, and the excei make otll'rwi"e probably to cover prove msrerreltatonl ttogros
each cottage: and; surrounding grounds with vicinity of the city, and it is to be regretted ioiis+aro (increasing every year. J f our State the Hal'I ex[1 tenses(Marnier not Included.' has A writer in then that they are terfl'fl monstrous. ,In purtie.ulartlecxpnure -
visited '
? W'I of the
Northern residences and their pretentious l that .\fr l'an'Imlab' arc jsrmittedto k ho u Id have an attack of the "exodus," the says: "TIt"C.t: this they make in \hubur. misrepresentation
parks. At every step the utranger meets dig it fclovvly away without any pretense! exceptions would increase more rapidly, and jtounds of yarn about two tle Jlnllrel tll' of he convict matter 1 terrible] The letterIs

with plants] fehrubs and trees unknown in whatever' to archa-ological] researches. From if our system of lal>or becomes less convenient i- .I |>ounds' til fly twist, whic.li brings frl three I temperate| and lofty, etcru ling. The Information

the -now-covered States, and wonders at the the summit of the mound where l jverhaj, and more eXltl'n"in'| it would he by far I is to an four offset cents tu 1 the pound'more than above.yarn which. i Is good for Colquitt from every:

fcize attained by many plants growing only in by-gone days the inoun
in conservatories at, the North, but here Isle offered their sacrifices! to Gitchee Manitou energetic white men seeking employment n"Jlirel !aturiC of this kind, -

growing and thriving uncovered under the the harbor und the city present avery eon find it. As clerks and office men, there being! or worn Clement will 11 ntudlncllt. the are State.now the late JeusEY report| of FAHM the Commissioner LANDS.-According of Agri.to

_ canopy of heaven. The first curiosity in tine 1L llt''t. The lighthouse} is also an I Is always good ojx-nings for good men, but i This! (factory f(certainly a grand success." culture, the average value of the farm land

.BIM that line is i a M>ecies of the citrus family." bai" Interesting point to \'i"it.'ithin reuirC time to M-cure them. M'anv- ----. ram- -. aide -- We learn that lust) year a dement Cotton in New Jersey, is **2 leer acre ; higher than

tized the "pumpkin true," by some festive f '\ two miles of Feniandinathe t4'eau men find g'J employment as feathers.f Mill was being erected. in (iwlu lea county, that the! !in ar MuM.su bll< liusetu, of any, which other Is Stnt$&S Yi<.nt q

Yankee," the oolosmul fruit which Is from beach stretches along the island for over the laboring man i entirely without in this State. Will someone in that county That of :New" Yurk is $58.80 ; that of per Penn acre.

eight to ten inches in diameter, and attains twenty miles; upon its tmooth surface can be money, he I* unfortunate In any Cllltr. i rt'iwjrt progress? sylvania 115.75, Connecticut $JU, Vermont
the weight often and twelve I:OurUli. This tree I enjoyed better driving than ujxni the 'lorida I* no exception, and we can invite 115 i Ilex acre, and that of North and South

ii growing in the garden of a German hoe- afphaltic boulevards of the French capital. Iud) to our genial climate and generous ",1. I FKUII or 1870.-A Northern l aper l'ub Carolina value u f f.tuluwl*l.7.i per acre.in New The lucrt.t Jersey !II tho tbotast

maker, Mr. Hobein. And let me remark Them ]iA beach Is, without contradiction' to commence anew the battle of life, with I. UII'1 list of sixty of the IUt.1 who uiutel year l Is five leer ('elt a fair interest ur on

here that Fernandina is quite a coranojiolitanplace the finest south of Cape Hattera. and will only (hope t win by harlll.Jr.close economy In the llvascunt.' They have been rewarded the capital.If .

where you meet delegates from all ere long make Fernamlina the hinnable) ultirinl energy, and a fixed dete-rmi- I by the )presentadministration, lamb can tommaiid such prices on the

quarters of the glulJe.-Henuanli. .Frenchmen rummer resort of the Southern t'tatCII-what I: lation to .U('* l with utke which' aggregate annually $aty),. anely plains of New Jersey, what ought

Italians] Norwegians, Swiss, the "heathen Brighton and Long Branch are to the North, I II I Many recent iniuiigrunU |M uM>iiig tbe' (dip). "'t tiiiU the CoJluwhl1 familiar name of they .to l 153 worth when devoted to fruit ",

Chinee," and especially: many chummy so" <>f what Biarritz .U to France. ualififution* have, by adopting thin course' Flori'la : teunms, cUn.Orlu, Woodward, and .ltaLt crops in Florida. jComiiiU.sionen '
descent. .I On the achieved marked IUk! Humphries. DennLC, wria, -
African south end of the island u a good IUl' Ht.'t.
of Mr. Friend' res-idi-nce, : liartVr funned Talbot I etc., and l t the Jticllly of askpeople Tux of the }'rl men V;
In the ground byIUtW, Inland ; }'lorit have
01 Dt the great violinUt] died Bergen to restore State Government JLJk tllar a djtlll.1( often ,per
the /1tlrljz dactyltftra, producing the com- and the main land. FUblng, oyfetering and Norway" on the J-Hh of .Augiut.a the meit who aided tle and aLetel the wrung fa 'I:Clt.sth of and September.'rIlE tU.l1Y IUl on the

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; '" SOCIETY.>t (;IMICAI, niuicToitY.: : I Ki>"ifrtidrwlfnliifSr1iimh/ -W. O. Hampton, I Collector nf Ilercnue-Frederkk N. Foy, T7 LORIDA' CENTRAL RAILROAD.

fri. l: lJor :-l like your title, and the reason Oln"tee. Ocnla.tiiiiicrintcmlcnt. If 70. t'
March( Ifi( ,
( :i 1 ,may>bfe, because! during the two years of United<< SfiitoH OflirerN. J1R.\IFORI1 ('Ot'xTY. of fkhooh-H. C. Martin[ and:JACKSONVILLE after this date:, FLA.Trains, on this Load. ,

,:; n11J! j urn in Florida, LAND OFFICE:, \1XESVILLE.: :. .Twl'I-J. :H. Fortict'ny.. On
'It j, I have acted In both County RichardI'nivklence. will run as follows : 1P.11' I
capa4liesboth Resister--l; .. A. Barnes, Gainesville.AVrmtr Cleric-Henry F. York, Lake ]tutlcr.'lrgfIV' ;MONROE COUNTY. I
1t4 If not as Tourist and Immigrant. -John' F. Rollins, Gainesville. .... / \V. Tumblin.) Starke. County J>t
..' ;at variance with the object of your Siirrryor'Gcnerul I*. I). Hall, Tallahassee.WSTRICT AtrrMnr nf( T,JC*-\. J. McKinney( Lake C11.k.1hlliitc'h'r.: Key "'Ci'tt. Leave Jacksonville:: vii0: *. ".
A : ne t pcr, I would 1 like to give you a little COURT.Jniltjp Butler.Cilfirlo. .1c"WJtjclllltll/ = Curry, }Key We t. Lcav* Baldwin I 1 !):o') A. M..
J ,- Ilt..t'IIft-\lfl'e.l1, I 1). Lake I A..,.r* or of Turn-Water ('. Maloney( Jr. -\. [.
,1 ofjny: xpcriencc in each, hoping thereby to -Thomas! Settle: Jacksonville.! ( Cone, J Leave 1 Luke (City I\ 11:3:1
Butler.Nuprirlndent. I Key West.Jiillrftnf: : /'. M.
Oak...... .
fi 't.t I6ysomethlng to correct erroneous imprcs-} ,lbrraterJ,1i,1)urkee.laekwtnville.C7rrkPhilip/ ) of ....c//lJol.-/ (C. 1 E. Harrison, I ( nf Jt'I'l'lIl/c--\\'alter C. Maloney, Arrive LeuL'c at Savannah .I.) r. M. ..
eons that to have abroad Walter, Jacksomillo.INTERNAL Jr. West.Xiiierintcmlcntoff ) .
seem gone and arc :Starke.: Key t. 1 Leave :Savannah: *'
j somewhat prevalent at the forth REVENUE.: : )JIRF.V\RI fOfXTY.Coiintj 1t.Leave .

If,,Aid first' as Tuitritl; : A broken down conStitution Collector-Dennis) Eagan; Jacksonville! \ Jnrll.1..1.Vhitlock( (City Point West. .. Lake ( "I'I 1:dill=( ) r. ); l.Leave l.
( j
( x\ ?ur COUNTY.C'moty.lm19eMinton I' M.:
COLLECTOR.* OF CUSTOMS. (.'lcrkA, Stewart, Titusville. I B.il.lwin: .
r'IlIlting-my physician saidfrom '- John W. Howell[ Fernandina. A I5sc$5or TII.rcA-.r.. Stewart:: Titnville.Wlnlnrnf ( J. Baker. Feniandina. Arrive at Jacksonville MM: 1'. :M.

'long and almost! unintennittcd' Edward Hopkin, Jacksonville. / I.'urniif-V. M.[ Platt, Lake Jcvsup MAIL AND ENPRESS: ::, (DAILY.) .
ftHdpastoral labors in Mount Sterling ill, !: Orange Clerk-C. '\ )(Ilxwl>ll. Fernandina.XheriJT : 5:30;) M.
.--- John, F. House, Augustine.. County.tiniirriiitrnilrnl r Leave Jacksonville I ;.: r. :
Peter Cone Fernandina.Affffor :
compelled me to resign and seek a milder J. M. Currie, Cedar KI' ". nf School*-Alexander Tindall Leave( White Hoii( ..e. (,:.1.11.] M-:
nf TtlJr.-\\'JI\. II. Garland; Fcr-
y! ; Climate! both for rest and restoration. Read- I Lake \'Il'1'1.. naiulina.Cotrrtnr. Lea: (eBaldwin ilIl:( r. r.
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,t# ;111 : and Inquiry soon convinced me that S..honh''r'l.! \\ fofXTY.:' of rI'/"I/II'-rllrrl'lI/ F. :Scott.: Fer U-ave Darbyville. 7:2.i S'OI': -M-M-I
l' (JII"tyIIlffr-Wm. feeler, Green (Cove nandina.Siijirrintrndt'Ht: Leave :Sanderson:: : ,
L'a Florida would best furnish the required con. F.UCtTI\'f: : nr.r RTM 1 EXT.Inrcriinr :-n r- MIxave
: ( ? -
-l'rillll: ; of,"drools-\V./ .\. Mahoney r Leave ( : :
Vlitions. Ilcncc I lost! no time in making ( -George; ; F. Drew, Tallahassee. ('Ir.k-I ) A. Biiddington, (been Cove ('allahan. I Mt. Carrie. 9,113! > >'.
r (' 14 rsidut < tciii. termiteW.. l D.) Barnes : Lake l'-' .'1) ''. ,I.
I arrangements! accordingly, and with this in }>r i nf :Springs.Mmjf; nittNoF: eol'YTY." : Arrive City _

:.,view. 1 left New York, in the care of my Tnllalllllli"l'c.Scrrl'l"If} S/tlfe-\\'. 1). lihelianl'I'allt; Siring: =James \\'. DeWitt) (Inca Cove wanly .,1Ir-IL R.: L. Summerliii:: Orlando.Clerk Anise Leave Live Tallahassw( )ak....................... :2l.< :::((! l.\I.\.. "M.

daughter, on the f>th of January, 1H77, in; 11I\"51'. .'.", ?' nf Titrt*-Wm. Conway, Klng lcy. ... -: J. 1'. llughey; ] ( Irlaudu.erl'rhouta Arrive Albany.... ..............lO:4.i,:: AM.
'; the staunch and beautiful stearuslti1'ily ofOn ('Cninjitfot/cr(Columbus' 1 Drew, Tallahassee.Trotiiirrr : 'nltrrtfir nf fierrrotr-11'ut. :S.:: PlumineV= / ; } W. Shine, Fort Reid.: Arrive :Savaratah. tltN.t: > M-
-Walter Gwynn, Tullahassce. Maxvilto. Atcior nf' Tiisc SIlI'fllllllI, the 1Kb arrived safe in
f we Attnriif, < '(,,' I'd-l(George 1". Raney: Talla \+ville. ( Albany, 4(11): ) r. M.
'ii/xriiilot'ti-Ht of Pirhonlt-$l, F. Geiger,
i' Waldo, in which pleasant! village we remained hassee.Coinini.ioner: ( ; ( 'IIII'I'f'Ilit' Hercune Nat. I'oyntz, Orlando.Siijirfliitr'nilfiit Leave: 'T.dlalia".I' fi:4.: 1>. M.Leave .
s one month, boarding nt the WaldoHou (' ; nf L'Inls-1Iughi .\. (Corley, fOM-MlilV fofXTV. ; ; 8dwII1..Ilm. ; T. )Bock"\ i LhotMk: ;2:13: '\. u I.

l1 e, and daily mingling with the citiensgenerally Tullahm''I'I'. Fort itch\ Leave I Lake (City 3.x: ) .\. M.
: !
; Cnrub.InJce.VV.. )r. Jr. Like .
Fii/iirintenileid of 1'nlille [n..frnc.ton-W. I I'. ; City.rrJolm T \V t.on COUNTY. Leave )It. ( Cairie' 4:18: .\. Jf.
from all of whom I r'II'I..l11l1th.ill ( I llai.-ley i Tallahassco.Adjutant Vinzant; Jr., bake City.Shfriff (C'mnti/Jiitlr/f)ll. N. (Cox, Perry..sKTil (Leave dilutee. ( 4:40: .\. M.
{, '' but kindness and sympathy 1 1S and,I all the fil'llr/'lll-.J. .1, Ditkison, Talla t!=-J. W. Perry, Like (City.Aff.ffnf /;=-Tlutmas I Kteen( Perry. lca\c :Sanderwin'l: : : 0 AM-

: attention I deserved On the veryirst/ :Sabbath : I hassee.Ciiiiiiu.iitoiirr! I IIi'.} Tiijrcs(I.V.. )Rivers' Lake /n.k-J"IIII, (. Faiilker, Perry.FiijifriiitimUiif J 1..1\.1.1111.h\\'illl) &:."M A. .; .
/ tf hinI/aGon-Ir.; ) Seth:: City.Collfctff ; of fiehnolx/ -1-;:. \'111111, Perry.County Leave: ; Baldwin: (;:-I'.1. M.
I there I invited! to ami
was preach 1i/.rr.-Tho". Getzcn Lake
i French, Jackson! \ illc. nf : Trriunrrr U.S.) : : :Sutton, Perry. Leave White I House.( ...'.. I 7/:' > A, :M.
hold! public worship, the spacious dining- City.t ( 'aunt/ri; r! ",'-D.) N. 'ox, Perry.Collei'tor Arrive hit onville. i'U: '> .\. u.
MTRKMK: : COfllT. .""Iwri"ft.wl"f fl8.It'/III. III i It!'Pol".l:1l11l'r'
= I rtx)11tof the hotel l being proposed. by then / of Jf'I./lIte-.John C. Calhoun Mail( and : Train :Sleeping:\ Carsrun
CliiifJiiKtre-Vi.: )r. Randall: al )ksonville.; Lake (1ty. O.i : E.\pres: !
hostess herself as the place of meeting.However 1'erry.AMItunr through to and. from\ Jacksonville: tutuS.iveunnh:1115.
.Ia5nridcJnsirr-J.1Vtsteott; : j jr., Tallahas- 1''[ \1. l'ol'fY.Omllfy.Tw'lcWiIIil1ll : nf Tiijri -\\' .. H. Parker, Perry.sr. .
: ., LIII'UIIh'I'I'i11: : Cars l run
i 1: the authorities controlling the see. A MclA-an( Jack' : : ,
'f only church in the 1,1110(1.i ; the MethodistEpiscopal ( .Iullr;,," ,T".ace-H. 11. Van Yalkcnburg\ sonville. JOHX'S: lorxTY. through; to and from Jacksonville and Tal

this Jacksonville.Clerk Cl< rl;-Thomas l 1-;:. Bncknuuti8k."urtville.. (wllly.T"'r-" [. I R. ( 'ool'er:1.: : Augus lahassee.FERNANDINA. .
I \f hl'lIrillloC arrangement, V. H. Foster, Tllllallll !'('l'. .'i/'I' (l'l': ria h Bowdcn, Jacksonville.Aiwvtr i tine. : 1 1 J'Xl'm'(11.LY.: : : : ( ) .)
promptly offered it for our convenience, and CM Ba'rtiito\ I I'. Oli't'rnllt.: : Auirustine.XlierjF .
CIRCUIT JUIIOEM.J'ri f 1i/J'I'--HaIl l'1 1'lIIith.::: Jack : Leave Jacksonville: .11:13: ; .\. M.
; which of course I cheerfully) accepted. 1'. :M-
)David I.. () St.:
occurred to me then I that; this was rather sacola.tficond' nf 1'I'rll/lr-Htnry .\. I/Engle, : Dunham : Arrive Fcriumditui. :Ito: <> r. :>r.

1'n for tHc CA'crcit-1).uvi'1. Walker, Tallahassee. Jacksonxillu.iijirriiiti'iiilciit. Augustine.; Leave Fernandina: .1\>::30: .\. M.
dangerous good people
experiment) ,"' nf 8"/Juls-\/ J. Ru: >'- Collector It/lrreur-Joseph/ : Llambias, Leave BaMwin: .................... ........ is! :! r. M.
c of Waldo, or any other place to try-going Third ('Cil'rl/it-K. Punaladis'in.( : sell Jacksonville. :St: Augustine.fiiifMriiiteiidcut. Arrive Jacksonville: 23: r. M.Passengers .

as! it seemed to somewhat beyond. the /o'1IIl1'l"/ Circuit-R. Archibald' Jackson- II.\"II.TIIS COfXTY.County l'ettlt.: of.X'-li'ioln/ -Thomas.\ .\. Pa- ; ; for" I'crnandina: and Ccd.ir Key

:1 claims of Christian! courtesy ; for no one .II"I-lIl'lIry] [ \ J. St:: ('\V8rt, Jasper. : Augustine.SUM; take this train. No train from Baldwin to
: ;
ville.Fifth .
Clirnit James |n.{ Dawklns Gaines real: 1'11'NTY.Sandy.hulallenryS.'tissidy: Cedar Key on :Sunday.: :
'i there knew me. 1 had but one letter of Introduction ( 'lr/--t.h.rt: :S. Stewart, .I:1: : ville. (. Iiunc.iii ( ( ( Lee IJ11rg.t ( 11NNITI'i\5.-At:' :' : Baldwin with,0 i: tt

and that win to a gentleman A'iyllt'irruil-IL; ] L. Mitt hell, Tampa.Fercnlh : A'lcriO-inue.l.I+. T living !several miles I out of town, and which, {Circuit Wm. Archer ( 'ol'w.all! :: {4tirtor; ,' /If'I'I/IIr-.J.( < I' II. Giiodhrcud: '-= J. :S. (DycliCH I !, "ieesburg.AmiiMur ( and FI'I'IIIIIHlillll.llllll l 'points North and11'cst

ua yet, I had' had no opportunity) of presenting. ford. Bonton. (Cofumbia. (County. 1i.rc.-.1".l'l'h. Ihutch its, OI1' t.t.It; Lake ('itCor Tallahassee, .\I"aIlYanllllah. ,
:-: : and nil"points North 111111rl'
'J of Waldo' 'njrrittrudrntnf.r/eds-Jushia; : : H. Roberts Lccsbnrg.Cvlleito ;
For the
anything )people ( ? nf liereiiue-John "'. (Dychcs) at Jacksonville with :St.: Johns River: Steamers -
i knew, I might have been' a reverend scamp)
of the first water." And yet they took me Till RI) ('I 1ULlr.I HIKXASHO:' IHIUXTY.: of 'cIII,1J-ll. II. I Duncan\ "'. M. )Dvyinsox I Master( Trunsp'n.Superintendent. .

and mine right into their confidence.( I How :. J. Vann, Judge! ; Win. Taylor, :State's: ( bate.llulpo11'. L. Friersiin 1, KroulaVille Lake ( irillin. ___ _

they ascertained. that my political i t preferences TiruiTaylor Attorney.tyring ( ti-rk. -J. t C.! Law. Brooksville.rif H'WAXXEE: ': CiiUXTY.County JACKSONVILLE: ) [ :, l'I'XOt'OL.XU: :: (

'hud been with the Republicans, I knew not. Monday: -( in April.! ,"; ,,' /:...J. B. Mickler, 1 Bmoks\illc.: Jirl'/e/ -:Michael( A. Clouts, (Live ( :: RAILROAD.MVSTEI : : .

No one questioned moon that mihjcct. Hut Madison/ M I )[ollc\a\'ln\ April. .L+srsur i if TujrcH-\\". M. Garrson Brooks- Oak.( 'll'I'kt"hl'rl.nl'iol: Live Oak. : : Tit \:,\"poIlTTIO '$ OKFirr I ITVI.I.VIISSKK
: ville.Collfrtnr. : : Fi.Februarys, I :-n. J
Hamilton -1th [ in .
Monday April.Suwannce
difference in their ,
their made
discovery no ".iO'-.J"hll I R.: Session*, Live Oak.IwMitr .
: : 1st! Monday( after Ith Monday( \ nf; lletcouel't.. .Townscnd. : On and after Monday, February '.', ISsO( ,
\V. Sessions d.
; II.
treatment of me. Indeed! it was not much. Brooksville.tiiiprrhiti'mlfut; : r/1i.I'II.I- : : .
in April.Columbia ; trains of this road will run as 1'1.1-
of after all for I do not remember after 4th ( nf ,.;l'/wII1J-lIr./ S. :Stringer, born.' lows
discovery ; 1.M:! Monday( / Monday Collector of Hcrciute( -Robert F. .\11 is,,n. viz :
t when I felt obliged to vote the entire in_u Aitril.Ijiifayctte- Brooksville. Live Oak. 1'ASSTSGEIt'flA1N-1.IS'r: : : IHHX: ]).

ticket of any )party. Wo have, IIt'lic\.l'.c.I I (: :3d l Monday after &Ith Monday in niu.sitououir; COUNTY.County S"llf"'illf/I"t't of "'rhllf.llt-J. (). C. Jones:!, Leave Chattahoochee..daily at.,... 21: (I"J I'. M.

1 lectio good I too someof .\1'rll. ..111"IJ! [ L. Crane( TIll II I'lt.U Live ( ).tk. Leave Quincy.................... ...... 'I :!: r. M.
ltUsiritLII8"-\'l'r ones Full Term- II'I'k-Win. C. Brown, Tampu. \'01.1'.1.'Ol". T\ Leave: Tallahassee............. ...... (Ii!i0) p. :M.Leave .
the scare. Why may we not have eclecticpoliiiruint Taylor, Monday( : in October.Madison Flier/1 D. I 'oiinty .JII"V-: < ,
or at least el'll'dle'oll'N, always / :M Monday[ in October. of T;"jrr*-\\i. ( i. Leslie, Tampa. terprise.Clirk! Leave Greenville............... ...... M :3S! P. M.

always aiming/( choose for otllce. the best Hamilton/ 1th Monday( in October. Collector lierennfr., 1'. Burl! Tampa.Superintendent : -John \\". (Dick-ins) !I. Enterprise.ffherif Leave )Madison................. ...... hI!I l.ii j r. M.
:Suwamtce,1Stlunday: [ afterJib Monday of 'cI/lJII11I-J[. L. Crane, ; = W, A. Cone, : (..1'UI.h'l' Oak................. ...... :-115 A. M.Arrive rt
suffrages ( :
men presented by cither party for our in October. Tampa.Conntii. 1iIJ'I''I-1 Enterprise.AfiMMir ) Richardwin: :Savannah .........,..... ...... U-OO.v. M.ArriveThoiiusville '
? lint bo that a? it may, simple truth Columbia; :.M! Monday\( ; after 4th. Monday in J 1:1'n: : :<.,:>;. Enterprise.Collator t of. Benjamin ........... ...... <> .V .\. >r.nlo .

constrains me to nay that my supposed. Republican October. Judge-:A. (C.'Whitner, Monticello.Shfr fllII"/IIC-J"hll B. Jordan, De- .\ Albany......... ......... ......111 2.j .\. M.
sympathies brought me, in Lafayette, :3d Monday[ after 4th Monday in $( == \\\ %. Bailey, Monticello.Clerk ( I La ind.ttujuvintciideiit. Arrive Lake'ity( ................ ...... :333A.M.I :

1 14x111" October. -W. B. La mar, Monticello.SiiH.rntcndcnt ( of fhools-James l H. Chandler Arrive Baldwin"................. ...... (i 23 .1. M.
that community, no "ll1Ilhlu1. n no disrespect roriiTii CIR'I'IT.It of. c.IH"J./ 11. Christie, Enterprise.. Arrjve Jacksonville' : ........... ....,. 7 50 A.M.
I no disfavors of any kind. Others U. Archibald. ..1u.IJl'julllucl; :: Y. Finley, :\t ititellu. Arrive Fernandina........... ...... 3 40 p. :M.

there were there more outspoken as Ilepubu State's Attorney.tyring County Treasurer W. A. W. :Simmons: W.Kl'U.l'Ol. T\ Arrive Gainesville: ............ ...... 501 r. M.Arrive .
T.rm- I )Iollticl llo. (, 'fIlllfl.ll11fvr'f.. !)oval. CmwC"rlh'il1e. Cedar Key .............. ...... !i J\I\') p. M.
u licanathnntuyselfbutIknow of no disfavor St. John's. :3d Tuesday in :March County ."uur'ryor-'rhuntlt5: 'F. Johnson, "rriff-W. H. Walker, Cruwfordville. PASSENGER: :: 'flt.IWET: BOUND.

felt or manifested toward them on that Clay, 4th'rues11uy in March.Hradford ( Monticello.Collector( 'lcrA'-Xnt. It. Walker, Crawfordville.Superintendent Leave Jacksonville: .....daily at..... 5 ,'!tl M l p. al.

vuccount. 1st Tuesday in April. of Jlereitue--Joseph i'aluwrfuu- of Schmili-John L. Craw Leave Fcmandina........... 'to ......10IJO A. M.

I ought, in all candor, to acknowledge hiker, :Ud! Tuesday in April.Nassau ticcllo.AttetMrof. ford, Crawfordville.. Leave: (Gainesville........ ..... ...... 902.1.: ;fit.
that I had doubts to the kind of Tuesday In April.Duval 7il.rI'II-.1.' P. Grantham Monti-( County Treti."iirer-\\ Duval, Crawford Leave Cedar Key .............. ...... 4 311 A. M.
( reception -
my 3d Tuesday' )[ny. cello. ,'1111'. Leone Baldwin ......... ........ ...?. j (NI) I'. M.
I would receive' at the hands 1 of the Fall Tt'rll&- LAKVYKTTK: COUNTY.CiiuntiiJudiie : County Stiri
Southern cople.. It could hardly 1 Ill' otherwise St. John's 3d Tuesday September. -\\". ]. Dixon, New Troy. ville.Colleetnr, Leave Savaiuuin ............... ...... -I ::11) I'. M.
) with any 0110 who reads!, even cursorily I Clay, 4th Tuesday in'September.Bradford ,v'hurO-J, = J. Johnson, New Troy.Cirri ; f Riienc'1V.( II. Walker, ('rawt Ll'aLive Oak................. ...... 2 13 .\. '.t.Leat .
1st Tuesday III October. t 'Madisnn ............. to
; -Howell I law kins, New Troy.Sfierlntcitdcut .... ...... asi A. M.
the public prints of the day. For socialostracism (Baker, 'd Tuesday in October. ; 'f." chuoll-J. C. Ramsey: NewTroy. T fe*-Geo. F. Register, Craw Leave Greenville............... ...... 43I.t..t!> .

:! and a contemptuous let-alone ort Nassau, 3d Tuesday' in October. fordville. Leave Monticello( .............. ...... 5 0) .\. M.
Duval, Tuesday in November.FIFTH ,- -- ---.. -- Arrive Tallahas ............ ...
+ta nl.aside policy was so frequently reprcMMitcdasa ( ?rly'1'eeuaurer-J. J. Painter New Troy. .. 7 lN) .\. M.\

Southern 1rillrpleuIIIIHJirv.; to CIRCUIT. County Hunvinf; -A, S. Ackley, New Troy.Collecior MALLORY'S Ix-ave Tallaha.s............... .... S :ao .". M.
f be observed the Southern : James B. Dawkins, Judge) ; W. A. Mocker, of Jl'I'I'lIIteewtoll Sal'i's \cuTroy .'I.cunn.S'I't'ISIlU.: LINE. I U-aye Quincy..................M ......1U OS .\. M.
always faithfully by Solicitor. Arrive Chattahoochcc....... ......11 :30;. A, M.
l people toward Northerners, that I W"Ij tyring TerntSuutter A:*ert'tr cf TixeS-1V. W. Cottrcll, New CONNECTIONS.At .

It forced to make inquiry on this point before :Monthly! I ( in March.Marion 'fro)'. Only Uiroct Line to Now York. Live Oak daily with the Savannah,

j venturing/( here, even as ah invalid The. an- Monday: in March.Alachua ( I.KOX: ,: tOtNTY.l'ueotlrt Florida and Western Railway: and from

z .swcr given me by a business man, who had bt t Monday after 4th Monday( in " March.[ ; ; == ( Western Cities.At .
tb l been compelled by delicate health to pcml I Levy :3d Monday( after 4th Monday in ('fl'rk--t' .\. Bryan, : >ee.SHiriHtendfntnf Luke City' daily with the Florhla'n-

I many winters in Florida was! quite. !'ur- March( ..cljfH.II Henry I X. Fclkel, tral Railroad to and I from Jacksonville, St. .. ,
I ing. The substance of it was, that while he Putnam, 1st Tuesday. after 1stlunday( illItltl'h. Tail laluussee. Augustine, Palatka, Enterprise, and landings ,
) : on the St. Johns River.At : .
Treasurer. 1 Dcmilly.
had( taken no pains to conceal his' Hl'IIIL1I-( Full Tt'rm-- (HtI"I'I'yor-J.hnll1, ( )(. Blake, Talla THE: FINE: STEAMSHIPS, Baldwin daily with the Atlantic! Gulf
"an preferences, or to obtrude them needlessly Sumtcr 4th Monday in October. hassee. and West India Transit Railway: and from

upon others, no one, so far as he could! I Marion, 1-t Monday after 4th Monday in Collector of !lurenteC'' Pearce, 'Talla WINTIK.V: TKXAS, Fernandina, Gainesville, Cedar Key, and
October.Alachua. CAPT. I11 INKSC'lTV with steamers fr Tumpu, Key West and
observe, objected to him, or stood aloof from
3d Monday[ after 4th Monday in lIa\'Ulla.
'li1J'H. A. Shine Tallahas
A him or his family on that account. And my October.lAvy. see. < At ('hattahuocheethree times weekly with

'own experience, I am glad to say, accords: 1st Monday( after 4th Monday in LKVY COUNTY. RISK. the People's' Line and Central Line Boats; to

: precisely with his in this: respect.I \oveiutierl'utuaut. : of the above Steamers will leave and from Columbus, Eufaula, Fort Gainc.
2d 1 Tuesday after 1st Monday in County J"clgeII.. Scl(iuii; Bronson; ONE for New York' every Friday Apalachicola' and other River: Landings.
am aware that it may ho said this is avery DecemlKT. Clerk-J. JI. Rare Bronson.: (to suit the tide). ir-Elegant: Sleeping and Parlor Coaches .

i limited eoxII'ricnl'l',1U1I1 furnishes hardly SEVENTH: CIKCU1T. Sheriff-\\'. Finlayson.. Bronson.An This line, having no transfers to make W'.MH.lrulr and Lucas Patent, run daily between ,\

% : a satisfactory basis for .an impartial judgment William Archer t'wke. Judge; A. St. Clair- >e ior/ of To.lrtll-J. M.11'illis, Bmnson, between Tallahassee and Jacksonville ,
4 Abrums State's .Collector 'of 1'I'I'/IlIe-John C. McGrew, JMrMJuick time sure (connection infectsafety
such Hut this : ,
9 on a rase. Granter is Attorney BronsiMi.Sujkrintendent. nnX.XIHX.Xn: NEW YORK, EDGAR: VLIET

only part of my story, I toured considerably tyrtity Volusia[ Term, bt- Monday in May. of Schools-Jos. F. Shands, Offers the -**-"_ Master Transportation.W. .

J after thl!'!. But this occupies as much of Bronson.
your valuable space as can well be spared at Orange, 3d 1 Monday in May.[ TO FLORIDA: SHIPPERS.Vegetables ,
present. Hence I desist for the present, intending Paile, 211 )(0I1Ilu'ln. June. Judge-R. \f. Withei>i>oon, Madison. AGENT,
and Fruits will receive specialrare
however, with your permission, to Full TtrmVolusitt-, !lit Monday in November.Brevard Sheriff T. Willard, Madison in handling WHOLESALE AND RETAILBUTCHER I
tell you MORE ANON.Fuirlankt Clerk-John M. Reggs.- Madi.songuiterintendent [ AND STOCK DEALER:
2d 1 Monday( in November PASSENGER: ACCOMMODATIONS) : ARE
/100111I.::. -I. ANDDealer
& Tyner,
Aluchuu (V.. Flu.COTTOX Orange, Monday in November. of I'J, H."iT-el.\. $. In Ice.
Madison.CUuuty( .
2d It'v'eutbcr.l'ouuty .
Dade Monday in .
Treasurer S. S. Smith, Madison.! The traveling public are offered the advantages TENNESSEE: BEEF A SPECIALTY
SITU OIL FArrORIEau.-In: addition (\>untu Sun-ei/ur-S. J. Perry. Madison.! of a DIRECT LINE: WITHOUT BKOOM STREET WIURF
to the other exports which are so largely Ofllrerw. Collector of }ltc.t1I1It-I. HWarring. Madison ANY CHANGES.:: Connections made at ,

increasing, there is: one article which i's: .U..U'IIt''Ul" 'TY. Jacksonville with all steamboats' for all 9-t tf __ E tX.XDIX.'L_\.
worth noticing for its: intrinsic value. We : .-tl e soe of Torres-B. D WI\I; \\'ortJt. Madison. points: on the St. John's, OcklawaLa, and '!'",
allude to the cotton beeil which is County Jutlije--Junius C. (ianlner, Gaines JAJII.S :
now being Indian Rivers, and with the Transit Railroad JI'GUTIX,
utilized to a great extent in itsl1reUmtiollfor \ ville. MVNATFE COUNTY. at Fernandina for all railroad stationsin
oil and fake for feeding stock. The factories I'lfrL'-J. A. Carlisle, (luiiusville.Mfr AND BUILDER
f for these are increasing to awonderCu Iff-John \\". Turner, Gainesville.Atsetwr County! Ju
fl'OlIudng the South us well as of Tiutt -J. M. ]DfH, Gainesville. Clerk-RoK-rt: S. Griffith, Manatee. FREIGHT: AND PASSENGER RATESAS
the shipments to Eurojvo: from New Orleans UJltdu"tif It'I'elllle-O. I*. Thomas, tiainesville. : Sheriff-Wm. C. Havman, line I. vcl.Aiiitor I.uWS> INDIRECT LINES.jffOThrough Alachua Street, between Second and Third,
( f fl.ftl-.m. F. Parrish, Par-
The Times of that
and other ports. : city remarks
that these factories "are reaping a FujM-riuteiuleut /.khuuls-0. %. Myers, rhoh. ; Rates and Bills of ladingto FERNANDINA, FLA.rtrders .
Gl1iUl'>>.iIll'. 'ulltrlur of Rt'l'tllll--farion G, Carlton, all points.
golden harvest, and it would be difficult to and estimates from a distance
BVKEK: COUNTY.CbuiUy Pine I 1.L'\'c1. For passage or further information, apply carefully -
over-o&timate the value of the industry to attended! to. 25-t(
Srhoulf---Felix J. '
of both John R. HiTiidon Sander "iIlJltTiiJc/tIIt'II/I'f 10 _
the city by the employment capital l Juilje ,
And labor engaged l herein. -Louisiana Sugar I-ine Len R. W. OrTIIWIK, Agent, "I.\ OXIe.-TLere will be a regular cominunication .
son.Clerk F. J. Sanderson, )( ,tiOSl' TY. Fernandina. of Amelia
Bowl. Poms Lodge, No. 47,
it _- Sheriff J. C. "1I1 t1l1s. Sanderson. County Judiie-JI.. McIntosh, Ovala. C. II. MALLORY & ('0", 1'; pl .\. M. l? Iotllla-v evening August;
!lDU'IUII'ls the only city in the United Atvr of TaC'IIU.. IJogerson: San- Clerk-H. W. Umg., Ocala.Assessor l'il'r'O East: River New York. ::;?-tf .-d, at n J o'dw i :; _harp. .Tr:1I1.i'nt'bn.t1 ren
States which shows a i o itive decrease of de\ion. herit --F. n. looser, fk'l1la. --- -- - - are fraternally l mvite.1 to atten.lT .

.Y iionulation since the last census. In iso its Collector vf Keren it h : 1'laut. lowest rates, at the offlue. JOHN A. W"'T>ET.
Imputation 40; 11; now 33,2iW. Dorbyville. Seervtary


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S OF TltKATLAXTK' Ill making mention of what is now known inucli lionuty in Hat )pine woods ntnl eyprcbays :<'"

1T.aKI' it l'ecomuuesnecessary but labor and intclligeiiro has to sonit-
ns (the F.mta region : ;
< !t.l"1'> T t INDIA) TRANSIT : -
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RAILROAD.: I to take Waldo) as central point. extent !oliown what (there is loft for Inca to.

L PENINSULAR: RAILROAD: { caonca.\: [ S | rrouin.v ] I Historienlly I : speaking, the place ,in itself do 1 after nature left I herhalf. finished work.

: ( tr"Ido Il,'"/lell,) ____ *" "' ------ would record but little of interest to the :Some of these ugly ponds: have. been\

AXHCUMDERLAXD future "tourNt or immigrant." The fame drained 1few ditches:! have been 1111;!.
: I ROt'TE.lit ) .
4,.. ,rIN1AAN1)'imi I ( of t the "Fort Harley orange t tree," four miles: and parcels: : of hind: that: four year since

r/wt: J'ctiruary Itt, /,>>''). IH ll\ntnhf\lIt which stories are told of fifteen were drug at (Ue dollars pcracre arc livings !

thousand in a single crop; a small' l.t ut $100) to $;loO per acre, ami house
T. A Jl U <> AT / 1 O .11 I A \ Y oranges
, l.OINO) SOfTII.Leave ST flat marsh mile distant, called "Frog Pond, being built ami gardens! made: whereater

I II I Atlanta.' ( 2.1.1 1'. M.lAave I. and a !sluggish: idle stream or water hole by has stood. since the oldest inhabitant :set the
Ij ) Macon (; 7.4" 1'. M. -
j : )Leave Hrunswick, ( 'a. ti.b\ } .\. M. the high-sounding! name of Hee-tree Creek stakes for the Transit Hail: road. With all

Cure Arrive Fernandina, Fla\ .10.LI .\. M. Wl'rthe t principal attractions I of the place' t this need of draining, Waldo\ on the divide.

r 1: Ague )Leave F''rulauuhiuuu..I 'u.34): < .\. M.u previous to t the I change of four ago if Water from the south side of town flow
1 Arrive ll.it.hvin, Fla........... 1.'.!.. 1'. M. years To
we except the f.u-t that by walking on apole through the :Santa River: by Fort Harley
I' Ii. a purely vegetable; )bitter nlHl'r- Leave; Haldwiu for Jacksonville.... 1.:111':: M. down westward, to the Suwanuco and to
about half mile there chance. togo on
: : a was a
fill tonic, and is warranted a speeiiv ain Arrive .Jal'ki' 1'1.: ,
,! ): certain cure for V\er and Ague, Chills to fish in :South Pond. The earlier settlers the Gulf; while waters from the :south and
Hatdwin\ fill''Ilar ... : : No SEASICKNESS< : : No OCEAN: DANGERS( "
.':"1)iJt' and rover' Intermittent Leave Key .. 1.1411' M. :: : : ::
or Chill Frver west t side of town How through Orange Like
I t of the country selected rlllll\ltror large : ;
Ifcmittent Fever rrln'IM" (Junction P. R. R:) .. .tl 1 u'. M.Leave I.
nlllnhtll .
: Periodical or Ilillons Fever, and nil( I Waldo. I J.'JO: I'. M.Arrive plantations! some distance from the railroad riVi Ocklaw.ilm and St.:' John: to lie Atlantic

malarial disorders. In miasmatic distrirts (;iiiincs\ille... >">.1 i 1'. M. TIn !'n\: nH:4: { and the trade of (theplace generally was ; and, what to t the pawing t traveler seems

I I the rapid, pul.se I coated tongue thirst i )Leave Gainesville: .. 5.21>Il'1.: confined to a few men who bnd no real Intercet a level wilderness' of pine and cypress is
U lassitude. loss of appetite! pain in the hack ArriMVilar Kl" !11.:111'::( M. MTV oi' iiuiiMrirroxAnd
{ and loins, and coldness of the spine nm Trains to Jacksonville and Xorth of Haiti- t in \\'lIhllpropl'r, but who only usedit dotted all about with( I improved farms and .

: extremities, are only premonitions oiujverer win ,bil '. n.1 It ('1.\ nUl as a sort of side-track in the pine woods, orange; groves and in :some directions thl'C'OlI1tQ'

', symptoms. which terminate in tho uoixu XOUTII. and did not themscl\cs rl'l! tl.lll'fl'' slopes:: from fifteen to forty-live feet
ague !paroxysm, succeeded by high fever .
Leave 4.1.1.)1..
Cedar .
_- and profuse perspiration.. \ !1-TlIl: l.Sl.t5tp.ssiNoli : \. ( ;,'ogrnl'hil'altr.'alI,) i is on the director per mile.The .
... Arrive (;aiuiesvihe..4 1 .A. M. :
: (0 It i.s a startling fad, that quinine arsen )Leave (huiuiesvhlh&'p..M.s, ) ,\. M. .. central t plateau of t the I peninsula, midway improvements of"nld,) and vicinityare

f ic and other poisonous minerals, form the Arrive Waldo ((1'. R. R. June.). !1I.4 .\. M. I: ( : :*' :* *' VF.GKTA1ILK'J'm. I between I the Atlantic: and the ( I Jiilf. and not all due to former resident"c. but to

I, .' basis of most" of the Fever" and "Agtu Lt'a'l'.al.I". !>I.r". A. M. .- .M < *_ f" about sixty miles f"ol1"ith'r ; on I the Transit some additions of new 1'1.01'101'1'011nlll'art I !!

'- Preparations" "Specifics, Syrups, am"Tonics Arrive P.aldwin..........................12.17: I'. su. There from XewHampshire
in the market. Tho preparations 1,1 XK.: lLuilr: "'ml eighty-four miles from Fernaudina nfthl' ,'olmlr t ) are parties
.\, l'r. made fl'OlIthclIl} mineral poisons:: Leave: Jacksonville (Cum. Route I )).. .15; ,\: M. thirty-seven. !" from llalduin, fifty-seven and Kentucky from (Germany
: although they and Arrive Haldwin.12.30r.: M.
ti ; are palatable, may
Massachusetts:\ from (Georgia South Carolina
i. s 1 \ ,: break the chill do l not cure, but leave tin )Leave Haldwiu....... ..:.......:......".I.O-I.: M.Arrive Steamer ('Il"' of Ih'i"zt'hm. from' Jacksoiuille and se> enty-one from ,I Illinois and
:, malarial and theiriown drug: poison In .'uu.'I.: 10 1'. M.Leave ( ('(Icr Key, giving daily connections to all )ul Minnesota Mississippi,
the system. producing; quinism:: dizziness, ) )Fernandina. .'5.45 r. M. CAIT. JOHN FITHGEISAI.D( : }points Xorth and West I, as well as to Xew Kiigl.mil; some from 1I1.Iotol1l'\'clI.1I1111 others

'-" other ringing disorders In tins NII'I.more hcntlacho formidable, ;, vertisjo than, nm tho I )Leave Hrmiswick. 1'\.1"11') M. Waits: at Fernandiiui: fur [be lo"II111111; Orleans i Mobile\' I Tampa i u i, I KI''I' t. andHavana. from Cuba. ; and all these new people' fraternize
1 ;, )Leave :Macon. .u.III) A. M. Thursday: iuight'cgel ah ile Trains: of t the I
other and the settlers.
with each
no they wero intended} to cure I : I Here is t the junction of the new early :
't A ...xa.'J.. .\rr \'Atlanta.. ( 1.15 1'. M.
L_.__ _: .': \ noxioiM. Cri poisons
; nnd always cures the severest eases It win daily cM-vpt :Sunday.PENINSULAR X I I'I'EXIX1I'1.I open for business to t the famous Orange) Lake 'may !seem to keep aloof, from the new comer .

contains no quinine, minciul, or any tliiiu :: RAILROAD: I : l: RAILROADS.I : I) region, by moans of t the steamerlj:\ >hn and appear distant: I, but the fault Is in ',

that could injure tho most dclicatn p.itient ( ]\\iM\\ Jlmnrli.) t through) Locldoosa l.akc, and a large the:fcllovv from some other ,place; who, when .
: ; and its: crowning excellence, above leaving ( 't'lItrIrl'l.t: t I Dock, direct 1 for :Savannah.
its certainty cure, I is that it leaves the (.IIco SOfTII. Passengers and shippers are assured force of laborers are at work on its further. he meets:' the honest t, toiling! "cracker"dressed

sjstem as free from disease as before tho Leave "'11111.. Junction................ <11.1"1.\( :>t. of connection at Savannah\I with the !.<1t'11111- extension toward Ocala and southward. in Jiomcspuu, acts! as though he thought.

attack. Leave Hawthorne. 7.40A.M.: ships: and t trains for the Xorth.Steamer This road passes directly I I through I tho fllIIlOIl'tnrl1l1gl' himself the better, of tho two !socially and
For Liver Complaints, AVFII'S: AcrE Arrive Lochloosa. S.10 t \. M.
Cu K, by direct action on tho liver ambiliary HOISt MIKTH.Leave Datid (lark. groves of James: A. I Harris and, of 1'. t the charitable and hospitable! fatherly old

.- apparatus, drives out I the poisons I.iiclul.' ii 'a..I 10.U) .\. M. 1 I' llishop" on Orange) I l.nkc as well as homespun overlooks' t the I slight u t. gives i t the

j which produce these complaints' and Mini )Leave Hawthorne.M.I5 .\. M. ('\Iyr. 1' II. \\'.\ IW, through the principal orange) region of.( this party some needful advice wonders( how
nlates tho system' to \igorous; healthy Arrive Waldo .11II1I'11.1.1., : ; \'. M. will take for him liiul that he
condition. Leaves ( 'lItr1lrl..t: I lock every Wednesday part of Flor t 1:1. long it to out
.. ,, Loi-hloosaand
Trains fr"lII0 to ( : return
We warrant it when taken according to Tuesday: : Thursday: and :-1atnrtla)'. andSaturdav:: for :SAVAXXAII' touching at Still another route of t transportation, the is a fool and iiiictly proceeds to meditate on
HRUXSWICK: :: ( : :SI I DAR1EX l:I : and
directions.:: CONNECTIONS.( D01HIY) ) ) (iA. :Santa Fe ('IIIHII. I is 1 being" imietly opened the unsocial fellows who are coming! among!

ATI.\NT\. through Lake Alto to the great Santa Fe them.Facts.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.
m i Close, connection is made at Atlanta Ga., Memoranda.Steamers Lake, and this important work IInhilli< I are facts, and have a right to bepublished.

l'ractlcal anil Analytical Chemists to und. fl"l1l11l111 points North, East: :. West and : are connected by Through. Tariff fair to 1)(' completed within the present year. There Is as much true and genuine ..
:: Lowell, Mass. Northwest daily. with the Atlantic, Gulf; .V: West t India Trail- I friendship shown here to the newcomer
',. AT M.\('*): o.\., :sit and Peninsular: UailnnuN: and\ via Savannah The great importance of this latter' can as by the older. people, I as I is shown to their
SOLI nv ALL DUCUUlSTi KVtaVWIIF.RE.TIII : With Trains for Eufaula: Columbus. (hi.I. with steam.shii>:s for hI.ilt iuuttire, Philadelphia yet hardly be appreciated, and no wonder. older neighbors.The .
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': noitu Montgomery( Mobile. and Xew Orleans.AT \ Xew York and Itoston.!' Few people care to take a trip over the country generally( is progressing. The

FEKX.\XPIXA, FI.\, For,! tlltC'-JOIIII:4.: : Tickets:. !: ,..and I1I1.otlH'rIlrtll'1I1111' rough country roads with !such conveyancesas evidences More thrift and labor needed.are shown in
helpers are Manv
many ways.
:" 10 me
} apply lonowing" 4geuuts
T AXI) AXD IMMIOKAJIOX( : COMPAQ With New York ami Jo'"rtI:1II1lilia1tt'UII1: andOtlices: : are to be obtained nnderordinarycircumstances t things arc missed here that older (vomnrumuni

.& ship Line from Xew York on Wednesday, at Fernandina, Fla.-Capt. .1. L. Houmillat for the purpose:: of examining what ties: are supplied with, but the general outlook .

10.30: a. III., and for Xew York on Friday ut Agent, ('tuit re :St., between Second and Third.Savannah to them seems to be but wild flat piney is favorable and of a large number of
OFFEKS: 3.40 m. from Nassau N. P. Wetlnes-{ new who have settled here during
p. ; on <5a.-Cor. Hull and Hryun Sts., woods the people
day for X. P. ,, of same character that has met tho tour it is hard to find who
; Nassau: on Wednesday.: opposite: l'l1la"kllll\ll Screvcn House.Jacksonville past: years, one
I 600.000'reM With Georgia; and Florida Inland "Steam. Fla.-Corm'r Hay and PineSts. their gaze since entering the State i-fa; Live wIItlMII.'I1\'O if they could.: Thegcneralpercentage

boat Co. from Savannah on TIll'l'Illa.l'llne ; : ., Jr. I L'Engle'.s Drug Store ; A. C. 1.1111' Oak Fernundina or Jacksonville. The of discontented and returning immigrants .
day, Friday and Sunday ; for Savannah on phere, Ticket Agent ; A. L. Hungerfonl country that will be most benefited the from this portion of Florida has
Of the most by
: Tuesday, riday and Sunday. A l'nt. been" very small, and nearly all who are well .
With Charleston!' Steamers (St. Juhn't and :St. Augustine, 1"III.-On the\ Hay, 11. F. opening' of this region to transportation! is settled are, from time time bringing in new
ACCESSIBLE AND DESIKABLELAX1M City Juliet) from Savannah and Charleston:, Armstrong, Agent. now from tlfteC'lI to twenty miles from additions from their famUles or friends: leftbehind.

Wednesday and Sunday; for :Savannah: and Palatka, Fla.-Lilicnthal II rot hen it ('0.. either Sturke or Waldo by canal and still .
IN TUG Charleston Monday and\ Friday.With Agents. To say that all are pleased would be false:' ;
Steamer flora daily to and from St. GUSTAVE: ; LEVE.fienerul : :. farther from Pulatka or (?recn Cove Spring. there are,parties in every community who arenl'a14

STATE OF FLORIDA: Mary's, Ga., and semi-weekly to and fromSt. Passenger/ Agent. The character of the country is rolling displeased and complaining, and do
Mary's: River Landings.: W. F. DAItUV hilly, dotted for miles with beauUCulc'r'lJtal. much perhaps. unintentionally to discourage

AT BALDWIN, FL.\., General I 1 Agent./ Savannah.: clear-water i I"nill.. and lakes and elevated other. A few of these -'-"growlers' could

At only $1.23: per acre to new settlers with With Trains for Live Oak.Tallahassee.andall J. X. HARRIMAX some 110 to 175' feet above tho St. John's well be spared : but after all they have their
points Middle and West Florida. 11 Manager. uses, ana perhaps by comparison enable m
the privilege of selection in parcels: of 40(
,v' -- JJivcr. Soil is jHn rt sandy, easy to clear easyto the better to appreciate decent people when
acres or more. These lands are located on AT LOCHLOOHA..\., SUMMER: S'IIEILJLl-: cultivate, hut bard to raise any kind of We meet them.
and adjacent to the line of the With Steamer Alpha for all |>oints: and without Waldo has one good-sized new hotel near
landings on Orange/ Luke on arrival of Peninsular THE "''nK.4: crops on some help in cultivation tho railroad station ; another in South Waldo .
:: Railroad Train. and fertilising ; hut small amount responds and tho well-known l oardlng-houses of

ATLANTIC, GULF AND WEST INDIA GAINESVILLE, FI.A., ._ ..--- ,. quick and some returns can be made to the Mrs. 'foler 1lIlIIrs.. Heck ham, and some

TRANSIT CO.'S It. It., With Stage Line for Ocala and Tampa on { NT. JOII.VH f i 7. | <'ITt.cn %T | I intelligent farmer, vegetable and fruit grower private families, have facilities to accommodate .
; people who wish to and look
\ and "* : atop
tonlayVtMlnesday Saturday ; from *v -. ---* even if lie does come: from some other Li ron uu.l.

extending FERNANDINA on the Atlantic day.Ocula and Tampa Tuesday, Friday and Sun State where people, know it all and have "'e have two cotton-gins doing good business .

to CEDAR KEY, on the Gulf coast, AT CJD\R,; KEY, FL.\., nothing to leurn. The numerous evidences one grist-mill wagon shop butcher
shoo, and nine or ten business bouses.Tliero .
-;' thus affording to the producer cheap, constant With Tamna Steamship Co.'s Line for of success in this: favored region are MO far was last: winter established:: hero a

and rapid transportation! to the best Tampa and Manatee Momfay and, Thursday, "beyond dispute that it I is safe to say it is large packing-house for the purchase of

markets.! at 4 p. m., and for Key West: Sunday amiThursday almost frost proof as far us injury, from coldis fruit and, doubtless In a short time we shall
at (G .
J' III. have them at station the road for
; The belt country traversed by the Trailit With the United States und Havana Fast concerned during the ordinary Floridawinters. :. tho every on
purchase both fruit and
<> It. 11. embraces: Mail Steamer Admiral for Key West t. I[lavana, WILL leave Fernandina. for Jacksonville III some localities tomatoes, tobacco vegetables sliipmentof

Cuba on arrival of:Sj>ecial Train every Tuesday r Pulutkii, and intermediate: landings lemon blossoms, cotton and other tender There is in course construction a steam
afternoon, ut 4.: 0 p. III. From Havana, on the St. John's River and :Savannah; boat
plants have thu winter the canal and : Church
gone through safely, fy an Episcopal: ,
EVERY VARIETY 01SOIL Cuba, and Key West: every Satunlay. Special and Charleston as folows'' : and W
large saw-mill will in the future
t train to connect.With while farther south, at points where the soil near
be built at the bead of the canal in
Steamer Enterjtrie, for j>oints on the From Fernandina U more productive, and nearer tho level of
lobe found in the State, a large proportion Wuldo by )rr. Knight of Indiana he hav-

: : :being peculiarly adapted to the culture of Siiwaiince For_ !inlormaUoii River, on respecting Thursdays! routes at 6 a., ru.rates, FOR JACKSONVILLE: PALATKA.tir thc sea, immense damage has resulted from I p itll_...!. n itiuhi._____ ...ill.. .,..._..........."p\l'.. _"pp.t..._..,, .......... t..... tl.n'......

% SLMI-TBOPICAL,;: FECITS and Early Vegetables etc., apply to ; EVERY: WEDXESDAY.tHFrom : } the cold- of elkcLWiththognttauitaiiagiug lumber supplied, Waldo will; doubtless lack

and The Lurgt, Compact JJodki of Timber A. O. \cDONELL, Health another important consideration double' her jMipulution und
(;" 11'1 Ticket und Pass. Agent. FernandinaFOR and proof we have
jtositivc. the
make these lands worthy CAHEFUL EXAMIXA Among the next year.
I). E.: MtXWKLL. Gen'l :Supt.> 21
_::4 770.V by manufacturers of LUMUEUAXD -- SAVAXXAII A.M. CHARLESTON: : ; residents, thl'l'I.is no more appearance of The little t that has been said and! the much

NAVAL STOEFJS. FIOItll .,\U 11.\ .\X.' JJ..:EVERY: : FUW.\\".-61Clu'l fever or malaria limn there l N in the most u that lItnIINJlut.may or might cannot b,', in be favor of Waldo fttct

IEKLY: : FAST MAIL I I SEIVJCE.Perfiruuitil ;. healthy of our NortlwrlIIalt':; !!. Tho future j by rival successfully. rival contradicted -
"\ any or supjiosed
(' connt-ctioii made with for
NEW SETTLERS: : : steamers of this fa\'orcIII.tioll must and will1"1111,1 town or settlement.
Mellon ville and I : also
with steam-
much on the and Rivals 111t11 lII.r There bo rivalsany
ITS for Oikluwuhu liver: ; also at Savannah liberality management of can no
1"urdla"ing land from this company are fur- with steamers f* Xew York l'bilulcl.liii; | the land owners who' if they adopt u jioliey more than rival families. Wu are allconnected

f ni-hed with c.t'reee its a je on the Trail : hteamers Kostonandllaltiliiore.andutC'hurlestoii, for New with (it low rates to actual settlers who will improve of one by is the u sumo bent-lit general to all. tie The: the lit'prosperity lUU. _ _

.it Itailroad: for family ami personal effects inore, and with Xlrt York hC'.L"tnn Philadelphia>t: South, (llalti-Curl' will be able to settle up the unoccupied hut of energy and cuiterL'nisudi9)layetI. at any

to the ftation nearest the land purchased. linu Itailrouds fur rtHlh.'Iturth, hat: andFIltSTCLASH I lands with u thrifty and industrious of our interior towns is soon to be seen du-
? h by the new and elegantly ai>.- \\' ....t. la.-t.sof I-lieuted or surpassed by some other. Waldo
( < and those who
TITLE: COMPLETE:, being derived by jxmited bteanis'bip ADMIRAL (Io i R grant from the United States and purcha.se according: to the following schedule: : [ J>.\Ss 'xnlm ACfO.MMO- now will find a cheerful wtlcome from those Now Waldo will play another card} and build

y from the State of Florida. I.eave Cedar Key on Tiu-wlay ,nioniing. ATIUXS.. who ure already settled; and can see noughaln'UtJy one l.1rger'8n.1 better than before. Hut what
(((1'as.Hengers fl'tuul"a\'lulI1ah leave by steamer done to of schools? Hotter nut make comments
; Through 'fieJ.a.t:! un City of Itridgetoii on Saturday m. leave now, im the administration the law the
4 COIW&I'OXDEXCI80LlCITID.: p. all information who I U ,
funiNhcd able
: Fernandina at ollici/ ( and willing to work. ,
or Jacksonville by Irani-it Itail- ,0ttl't-,4. the
or will
-1- i > ta-pcyer41 some one,
and .
-4 : mat train Monday morning), Arrive at lie.? Second streets.C. 'ur-I All around Santa; Fe Lake evidences of think he means me. : Nobody to blame
mailed'oiiapplication. ;
anti ,
Descriptive MAPS IIBCVLAES Kev \\''''\\.Ptl"\i._ ___..____.\_,.. .,."rllin__.... .,,.,"_ .Arri..".\.'g. _..t. .,)-ly_ : ______ ______<(<.I.: A. XOYJ>1IS. i.A. new 1 people new capital and new enteriiriso and no l/'hool-l'1I1 to tell. but too true.
Havana Wednes lay a'fternoon.Returning 1t others nut forward their d.l.lm"| fur
JVOYKN: can be Metros
CILAS.V.. LEWIS, sects ,already quite a pretcn- -
.. leave Havana Thiirxldy even- preference (home-seekera: ; none can complain
: Land Cymjiiisoner.. Ing. Leave Key West Friday morning. Arrive f'KOCKIt: : AND SHIP CHAXDLKi: : thou, tOWII. has grown from a !single house in ; 11I.1t should truthfully set forth the
.'. Otlice c..r. Hear-h and Seventh Sts.ItJtf Cedar Key Saturday morning (ami at about two years, and alone is of enough imjMirtance facts as they exist. .
-. Jacksonville and Fernandina 'by Transit We III the central .
K\LKK IX to form the suhju-t, of a are portion of the elevated -
"" I:la il road Saturday evening and! at Savannah separate section of the IeIuittsUlaant1 we have
,:; kv II OK .\ C I: DREW lIy steamer City of Kridgtton Mori
I, ), thus forming the -bortct llO tfible sea i more (oni j jttnt pencil for future number.Jialrnural over ....,lIe other section We wish
i;;'r.'h Jlelale ami Retail: ., route\ between" the United State and Cuba." ;: Hotel, a tine property: on the I to nee Ijtwtey, Starke Hronson! 'Archer

: PASSAGE; RATES.C'aliiit: AGENT FOB H. I" VERY: & CO.'ri I'mw south side of the luke five miles from \\'al.d (Gainesville .Arredondo Fairbanks, Ocala;
Hintrtiun. Hawthorne, Melrose, and other neighboring;
-, 00ICS STATIO.VKHV, Savannah to Havana.........$: :! CESTimE; KTBEKT ), completed last year, at u coot of over towns pn !sjr and thrive. It will be to mir
Vrnanilina to Havana..... :iou} SSUij &).&*), h near the f"IIIIIIurallg<<: grove of advantage (to have them progress, and! it will

.,.... .MI'SIf, Jacksonville Havana ..... JiH N l :i..4 I :\\I) :52t: ( FERNANDIXA: : ..\. (;Jen. Karlf, und ore long will be. tilled withguc''I" a ld to our pleasure to see them till up withcnterj.mj'inig
For Ktateniofiu,] tikets apply to LEVE: ; -----_ who and !JuluitrloutIIlIle. W ho dc.
& ALDEX'S: Tourist (Office will come to "pcnd the winter sire to improve their
) I surrroundinp and
I' J. ii. ( II'ItYEV:
ro! VEsT lUv STKCT Savannah Ga.--Tinier Hull and Bryan on the shore of the beautiful lake, which Is make thing better when IItibl'j; and while

: "tn-et. *. II. A. ('.\\IJ.\\ Agent.; rKXKIJAL: : : ('OUllS.IOX; MKUCJIAXT: : nine miles lUll;; by four miles wide.Waldo they may many of them, outstrip our suction
:!JACKSONVILLE; FLOItIE1A.schooI t .ernantlinauaon'' Hotel. A. I* M I EL-; 1I in itself lias from tuiiie cause or other, we wilt) have
: : stt-udily improve.I
J.I.X. Agent. CltXTEK St., SE4K IJ.: I Jt. IKPr/r our home here are pleased to work for theproof
Jaek"'JllvilJe-Coruer Hay and Pine street during the past four year and the change is ut our convictions and will try *w

A. C. LAXPHERE. .\ l'lIt.I'It. FEItXAXDIXA KM.Hay *> noticeable that 1>4.:1'1IUIIIi: who h.a.l only I make Waldo the foremost among the enter
.Augu3ttne..th3" the Hay. H. I'. .tIt. known it l>fore: now hardly prising! town of the State. We want" more
: Book. II SI.t"'ln"J' STROXU, _\C; ut. yt-tt recognize the to to that
(Corn Oat. plac The immediate 1-eople help end, and all such are
surrounding: are not welcome tom WALlS).

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with the yeas and nays: 1ll'rI'OI! ,
LOCAL REFLECTIONS. Kant Florida Seminary.We t'J\Y LAW!?.-At the Saratoga: meeting; NOTU" O" KLIXTIO.V.: j journals nod 1 .
have received( the circular and announcement of American )Jar .1ss"emation on Wednesday next to be chosen; 11.1 Wlle/'II!, the
... of East' Florida Seminary, the Mr. Henry 1 1';:, Young, Charleston, T o nil nii't/ tinrtiilar the Shrriff* of Htf Mitf "f of said State tht'l next chosen..
I Legislature
'YJ.OO .1 ] }:.I n; ,r.nrJ 1'OR six j/oxnrs.THE State Normal School:: at Gainesville! Fla. The S. C.. read a paper giving: n historical reviewof J'/tritl'I wit; the Legislature of .\. 1). 1K;! did, l hv
.. Seminary I is now fully otlleored.! prepared( the Sunday: laws, which were derived! no KxfWYK'that.: : IV.. II. nLOXHAM 1, :Secretary t to nuajorityof: nil the members elected to each)'
"" -- - and equipped' to give the youth of our :Sink: doubt, from the rigid. respect' for the :Sabbath:; of :State; of the State of Florida. do a : thereof to such proposed revision .

p ;; weather 1 for the past week has been such training as: will thoroughly lit them enforced under the Jewish di"pen.' ation. hereby notify all and singular tht'herilr.:; i 9 of house and whereas, agree, t the Legislature: of 1*7J! did.bv ,I.

.!R'llOt and lry. Ia.C t Sunday the temperature for the profession of teaching! lur'U\(' }practical The first Sunday law of which there I is any the "evrrtduuties of (the State of Florida. resolution; duly passed l, recommend to the

i readied, avocations of life, for their duties as citizens : record. was in the year .\. D.) 3'2l:.! Under theKmperor that the next election for the members

or for entering upon) the study of any I nll1 tnlliille. Among other things .\ General I'Joclion: >of.Il'dt/the Legislature to vote for or against I

t MR.[ U. W. SOUTHWICK, agent of tile Mallory of the \learned l professions. (bit COUllh'. is entitled \t'Inch he forbade 1 nn that day l was Wri,t't ratitl Florida.ON ] Convention and did therein i provide, and direct
Will I be, held l l in cadi (County in (
bishops, !
ill suits. In :'fsrj Thcodosnii
even by should] incorporate
free )
a Line, will return from his vaention on to as: many scholarships a.s we that the :Secretary: of State -
have representatives in the (Gencral.lsietn forlniile shown and pectarlc in circus SU'Cl'EllNG; : < TUB with the notice of the GCI'rl Election
' ; <
the ) TUl SDAY XKXT: :
City of next week. ,
!'! anclllnrl'lla.. 'In Knghind; ] in (liB!!) .> the ,
t .. lily of the :State; of Florida. and the appointments { \ : be held in the 1880, a 10tcC{ of
!' are made by the countv commissioners. Ring) of the I :Saxon: ordered' that t slave I forced; FJ1IST::: MONDAY 1 ) IN NOVKMHF.i (f- ( to \rca .in
\ proper
,: 'APT. JOH.V PKRKIXS: cniMinniuler. of the Our people) ,\ should, act in this matter to work on Sunday:: by their owners'com :, A. D.I 1vII.;: Midi rl'O//rlll\lilln of compliance with l-

schooner Maryf., died nt Savannah qii.irnn- u/IIlour county; commissioners should "give mand:\ should' be, set free. AthcMann. prohibited tions us tl /o.e
bating ami selling on the Lord's The said l Tuesday being, the secon.l .day of such r'nllll'llllill
tine station on tile 2ttli, of malarial fever. the necessary notice for r'l' \'ll1jlIl1ll11U'liIl ) of such recommendation -
I -- -- -- -- upon) applications.) ) The payment of a small: (Day. Under' Kimr: I ; Jami-s I, when Puritanism !-November; XOthr'rJre.i is hcn'hvin'l, and the following instructions -
tuition tee will secure the benefits of the came; into the I\ Ct'IIIIt'IH'tile LordMayor to I the mode'
; : TUK NKUIKK, or Toothed. ]lar! I/ig Turner and Lieutenant Oovernor I III.J hereby given as
{ For
of London the King's coachon flo\"erllor
h s< hools to those who not be appointed stopped' : ; recommendation
may ) such :
," is! tile heading of an advertisement: in i the, street I'lIl1rJaThe of I he State of Florida, and for Four Klee- of compliance]
as hClldidu rie [Let t our 'people :support.... our : on sovereign's: elector desiring to vote at such ,;
r t lie Chicago LvmJtfrmnn. Will the negropholists ; ; State institution For circular containing; rnaeh-tl0'street 1. 'nr-II'w run in all our tars: of President. and I Vice-President of thet'lIitl..1 election lit Any in'favor of such a Convention; :hal!

full information to the 1 Jo::. cities on :Sunday.'iini'rul; :States: ;
apply principal,
tlStcijUinr i the fellow ? the ton
of the First (Congressional have written or plinl\lon !/1
1 .. I 1'. Carter A. M[.. Gainesville! Fla.We 1'1'rone' Representative: : whiohthenamesof or person"voted
.111RIniatllls. 1 )District of Florida!' in the Forty- person
y; Xew Ship for tltr .Mallorti Llnr.k have had l occasion, while residing, ; in seventh '' of the I"lIilt',1Iatl':; '' : for for any otHoc or offices at said. clet'tine
,, Congres
t .1. J. Finley Major .1..1. KU: \1]| ) the
On the 19th! inst. the new iron !llrtIlJllipXCII'Itrt Gainesville t temporarily) for Ihtln"l few years, Ilon.C. 1'. For one I Representative: of the Second, are writh'II'or printed, on same ;
( ( ( inn-nil Win.
Cooper' l.oring, written
; such ore orprinted
I left 1 Hoehe''ar,1 i at Chester! for New to inquire about this :Seminary: and have .\. :St.t 1'1 ir-.Ibrarlrs and other )Democraticspeakers (Congressional!' District) 'Clime of. Florida l'lIilt,1Itatl'.\ in: theFortyseventh *. side thereof. ns on the llall'other! side, the words

York, and, will run on that line. found, it a 11rs(class institution. 'l'ltl.I"ur,1, will address I l I the. people, c nt the following 1 (Congress( : .For a Convention 11111t : ami, any elector desiring l

of education. who have it in charge are gentleman places : .\11.1011 the same day a ( ;icneral Klcctioti; to vote against such I l'lln'lIlill, shall

t THE \1I'\\' t/'fII Tc.wurrivcl on the :2Ith.! who have: always taken a lively interest Orange (City, AtittnM' t ::n. Monday.( Will be held have: written or printed on such on

from New York with large! freight;; for city in its 1'ulu'ia..lugust :''I(I, Tuesday.D.iytona I the side, thereof above prescribed, the word.
The hoard of ill
: success.: 'lrl""" "
: the of l E..elllllllfor :
September: 2. Thursday.Crescent In County : "Against a Convention.
't and along Transit Howl.ait..1! :; ] yesterday tJon numbers iu it* list teachers: who" have City, :September: I..Saturday.:: from I the First" :Senatorial: District ; NOTE.: -Nothing) herein'is Intended, to prevent

i 4". morning nt 2 )p. in., with fourteen pu.ssi: >ng-) had a thorough education: in the very bestuniversities Palatka, :S.eptemlieri; / (;, Monday.: Iu the County of Jackson, for Senator:: any elector who may desire to vote 1 for:

ers! from this place, among them :'Ir. 1 IL! JI 1.i 1. of the t'nit.1late14. :; and, Ku- \\'daklll'l'lt'IIII'I'r:; (1"<, Wednesday.Tocoi from the Third i :Senatorial' District) ; or agaiiist; a ('Oln"tolIlt; may not intend

i Davis and Jtr..1. M.[ Hllllx.I tirptrtnbrrI.'I'hnrsllny: !' In the (Counties!' Calhoiin and\ Franklin (to vote for any person any oflice, from
rope.} Its studies embrace all the departments :St.; .\u"rll..tim'i1'1.ll'lIIl'l'r" : !ti!, lit lIigl.t.lirl'I'1I for a Senator: from\! the Fifth :Senatorial: Iustrut voting on time (''ln'ltion 'question, but no

: now taught in t the advanced schools: I Cove, :September; 111< Fridav.Midillehurg ; elector I is to be permitted. to vote more than
THE Mlfmr; I h indebted to the thoughtful'
of the United States.: I addition there V N a ) :September; i 13.:$ Monday.Mand.irin In the (Counties of Liberty ami Waknjla one ballot on the plea Voting, for both persons
I courtesy of 1 1 fr. M.I 1 lnwney) for: late copiesof normal which includes methods September' 1 II 1, Tuesday. for Senator:; from the :Seventh; :Senatorial; for, ollices 1\1.IIir or against I Conven-

Erigli: -h and Irish newspaper: among department, Pottsburg) September}, I 1">, Wednesday.Mayport District:. ; tion. Only one ballot should be received t
leaching.\ \\'itl.lch. a seminary in : of Jefferson far Senator:;
t .' ,them the ondoti I Timct of August;: 10( containing September: 1.\ Wednesday.Yellow \ In thetints( from each'elector at such 1.lc.tiol.
t l J> our State, there should be no need! for parents ] Illull': :September: l IfI
: sixteen' page. The Timf differs to send their ins" and daughters abroad.We I. l, :September; ) ) 1 17, at night.Calluhan In (the County( of l Hamilton for a :Senator1'roum I be ,1 cll\a..Il and. declarations and return

from the great American dailies{ not' treating September' I IS, :Saturday.King's ; the Eleventh :4l.'lIaloriallli-tril't : thereof hllll.e. made by the Ittymctors,1111(1by

so great a variety of topic, and in the1II1'IIJ advise, all parents to send and, obtain a Ferry. :September: :!'U. Monday.Jlaldwin In the County of Aluchua: 1 for, Senator:; (County Canvassing; 1'oanN, and, the State tl'nnvassin,11"ard

circular. :September; l 21 I, Tuesday.1'HbHc :: from the Thirlt''Jllh'llIlnrial':; District ; ( in the same manner nnd '
i : t'r telegraphic reports. : In the County of Hradf.ird for, a :Senator; at the same times as votes cast: for person*
-- -- Fraternal' Cout'texlert.IntongtheJlll- School XotUr. from the Fift'l.ilthIt'lIatllrill: District ; forofliecsat said l election and bylaw
The Ifavld Clark. itary.Many .\ general examination of public, schoolteacher' In the (County of Putnam for Senator:: to be canvassed, declared :11 rtlrlH1

p The strainer /JI/.il 'lurk has' many: good: I of our readers will recall to mind. will bo, held in :school room No. 1, from the Seventeenth:: :-; I District I)j 1 : The IIlIt'lIlit1 of Sheriffs:; { is I t

t points. She: is: ulistantially( { built ; hascnm-,; I what a pleasing impression the detachment Fernandina) Wednesday, IstSt'ptetll-:; In the (County of Marion for Senator:; law requiring them to cause a notice of said

Portable cahins,. neat, clean and comfortableberths of her' commencing; tit 9!) o'oliick; \ a. m., and lit from Nineteenth' ; "l1l1ll1rialllbtrh.t ; election( to he published in a newspaper .,
feeds well and is admirably ofhkere11v .1. of the Nassau Light Artillery In the (Counties of Dude, and! llrevard. for
Callaban.: on the! liI"IIIIgalur.lay.:; All printed in the county, if there he a paper in
i.'upt.' \ Fitzgerald is! genial, eourte0nsandkind, .I upon our military and the vast number teachers, who wish to obtain certificates, are n Senator from the Twenty-first I Senatorial the (county ; turdu'there be no paper' published .

to his: passengers; and manages his: hoat and. of visitors who were here nt the Jasper earnestly requested to attend one or the other District) ; in thccounty, they shall cause at least t f
crew HO juicily and skillfully that a stranger In the County of :Sumter; for Senator:: in themnt
Centennial, by their Inl'tcofull\lllll'howr uniforms of these\ public' examination. live copies' of this lilth'e' be posted
might mistake him for an lIJZrt''ahll'l"L"-I'II.: 11'.1. M.MIOXKV: from the Twenty-third) :Senatorial;<< t : 1 public, places in I the county.
"ger. Tlie purser, Mr. Richardson. I is also their tine drill! ami their dignified Stipt.\ of SchooN.I'rtnts In the (County of Walton li.rI Senator:; I Is'I't.rurnsv11'utatsoeIhavelienunto : '- I 1

'' t1 clever nnlll1l'tomIllO/ll1tinp-kllow: ; his dutynod and soldierly] l bearing.' These gentlemenwere from I the Twenty-firth :-; I District : set my hand, and have hereunto .

discharges) it in n way that secures the. the guests of the Chatham Artillery, nt ti ('" ",*' In thel'11untisof; folk and\ Manatee for. nixed( ) (the On'at.al; :: of the
respect of all on board The Dory is a little a Senator from the Twenty-seventh: Senatorial :State of Florida, at Tallahassee.us. .
and, upon' their return home, expressed A case of lir -class 1'imitsworth !tlruts l ,
I U and, with .
slow, hut she sure, pleasant I District 1 ;
[ j] the I Capital, thi'the! fourth day ofAugust
themselves as highly J.tralilil..IIthe cordial just received J. t1, T. KVM' $.
+ and officers! doesn'tmind In the nf.ulll.ia for Senatorfrom
pleasant one County : a
company with .\. I D. I lss.o.W. .
met As testimonial I
reception they !' a
; n few hours more or less: on a steamer.Itruiimvlck (the \ \\'('lIt"i"lhl'lIutorial:; District ; I D.) ItLOXHAM,
: I of their appreciation they had, a large photograph For lloit. ; Johns for :;
Appeal. In the ( ''Unl01'1.: Senator .Vi-td :Secretary: of:State.;
of the detachment taken
"'e reckon that's so.Aril' I as a present Twllli..t.t.la' dwelling-houses in t thorough; from (the. Thirty-first Senatorial District.On .
for their hoists Lieutenant (I. N. Saus-
in and \ ( the : Ila11I1 election will beheld' .
repair\ J."ll1t.ijlhh"rhllll.t especiallydesirable : same: :
sy, of the :\U"4anrlillt'r ', was the hearer Madison the ST. MAKVS: RIVER: IMCKIT.SV : : .
: Jloatn. h as summer residences.: Stables III the County of constituting;
I of the J'il'lurt'IIII.I.. on Monday. night, presented would provided' if required. Apply\' to Tenth Senatorial:: District) for, a :Senator to r rp
At Chappcll's I x amt yard, Mr. 1 1. Carter of u. The picture i which l beautifully' ?
1 occasioned. I the .
FI.uNtIIT"wx l IMI-UOVKMKXT: : COM PAX v, fill the vacancy by m resigna: t tF
;Syracuse: X. Y. i is having a line pleasure colored in oil and handsomely framed: will Opposite Kgniont:/ .. Hotel. tiunIt'lion.Iennislnganw'Iii I) : : was elected I/ -. "

steamer fifty-four feet longhv ten feet heam. hereafter hang: in the (company's hall, a ---- -- -- :Senator: for: the (term of four; years, at the 1/ rte:I.y Ji U 7
hullt. She will he completed' in October in {pleasant reminder of their{ gallant guests!' of Wanted at fnce (ieneral; Klection hell. on (the first Tuesday .

J about the same Style as the D.r/lI'l.-7Hc. (October!l, 1'<71.! The) Nassau: are a prosperous after the first: t Monday November.. .\. I D.I .
}I//II/1I'. : and well equipped organization and are :.In barrels Florida Syrup'. 'lil': :STKAMEU; : ; FLORA.
I 3'Hj' bushels :Seeil: Potatoes. ; T {
conceded be crack
to the of Flori
The teciirt was bunt by Mr. Chuppell 1.i a company In the County of Duval, constituting/ (helightet'ntIi (CAPT. JOHN ,
.\. M. NOYKS.IJrick UC11t:0\
da. have for and :
:They an eye, too, fun are
: I"t'lIl1torialllioltrid" fora; Senator
.i little more than two years ago, and provedin making arrangements to go Atlanta in "----* occasioned the \IL.RUN ON THE: ST. MAIlY'rf[ IJIV- g
to fill \ : by resignation
every way an admirable craft ; and, the (October to shake hands across the bloody ('r :! the as follows., :
11 Durkec
Lime, of Hon. J. was: -1'IoIII
chasm! with the Northern soldiers, at thepro"poscd ) :: MUSY'S EVEUY MONDAY) and
; fact that Mr.[ Carter returns to the samebuilder / Cement, elected! Senator for the term of four year*, at 1'II.t.T.
peace' reunion.-Xirumifitt ."('11'1. :: .\Y MOUN1NO ut 0 o'clock, for,
for another bout I is of it-elf a verysignificant Plaster. the General Election 11I't.11I11 the. first: Tuesday
!Hair, alter the firstiunday of November .\. FKKXAXIUXA ; and wi It'I\'t. FKUXAXMXA .
mark of t'lIl1llllcIICC.it .
f I La utey.Weftpent ATSAXIIOKXA:; ihovr'S..lust H,'1$7M; same days Pit H a. I., for CAMP PIXCKXKY:
IC From personal; observation and acquaint- a pleasant day last week at Lawtey . In the Counties of Taylor and tafaycttc, and all illh'rl.llltelm.lilh"11 the river.

i. :anec with ;Mr. ChapiH-ll and,I his work, we in the society of ('apt. T. ,1. luirrin, Dr.) Itecclrcd constituting the Twelfth( :Senatorial: District, E'ETtJ'H.::: Y and FRIDAY

I ,to t can recommend him its having no equal in Todd: Major Hill, Col. Shipmnan" and Dr.) :sql barrels Flour. for Senator" to 'fill the vacancy occasioned will nrr'l' .'IKY'f at l p. t in.,
Crossbow u fellow could not enjoy himself I by the death! of Hon. K. M. McAuley, who touching at FKKNA.VMXA.On .
Ida line in this of Florida. :'MM) sacks Corn.
"f III the "01'11'1of IhrsI'lIIal gentlemenlie was elected Senator for the t'rJ of, four
I doesn't deserve\ to be happy here below.No last )barrels Pearl Jrist.. years, at the Cicnernl Elt'.tifll held on the will leave ST. MAKV'S at X:30: a. m., and I'UI
,.' .1 JletatlThe 11118"U'IIS. lot barrels K. I D. Meal. be chartered) for (, /toDllllgCIIOMM
wonder Jjiwtey enjoys!' n reputation of M) )boxes Itacon.oUO lint Tuesday after (the first .1011or November xl'\r.-IoI

S present Radical )Executive: Committee being one of the most pleasant: communities baltr'I'haotliy Hay. .\. D.) 17*; ,

( ":sire: not good financial party men. Insteadof in the world. It is not always the location CO I sacks Oats. .\, P. Nvts.J In the (County'of lilbhoTlljlh.I'nmlilllt.
and other of interest in the
and its surroundings which: impress the jug the Thirtieth t'lIltorial{ l..trid. points vicinityof
courteous fur $10 to
appeals crossroad
visitor. most 'fhe 1111'" of the town" havea .11.11:1.:. :Senator; to till the vacancy (' by thoresignation Fernandina.Through.

I postmasters they should assess and demand great deal to do with it. .\1101'(1111)' place of lb ui..1.1'. I.tlil who, was!' Hill"" of Ladingby

n sum according to the rank of nUke would I be ]popular' without orange trees, if inhabited l'<
and ability of the candidate, especially as by Su('h\ men as take care of Lawtcy. the O'lIcrl l Election held on the first 'ues 1.01UJ:; of Steamers to allpoints
: at l. without w.nu.atur.lllr : of November :: .
: No one ever spends: u day iwtey day after the first Monday A. UI "I.
most of the State and Congressional nominee being impressed' with many plea-nut recollections Augustus: : 1:33.1.'m.::: :2U'i:I I.. )1. I II./1"71. '
Clone (
!!)! have h''E'Jlarge beneficiaries of the of the place' and. people.! (Itefore( Sunday:; :W! -':.'!III"' 3,111" And in each of the respectiveCounties( of 'o..lc.

party;; for instance, Conover, Treasurer, Representative leaving I.lwft.we visited Dr. Edmund: :Monday, ::111.> ..... 3:311": (i 3lIi": the :State; I General Election for its constitutional made: with the New York and SavannahSteamers.

United States Senator, U-dwith Crawshaw, residing; about one mile west, of Tuesday.. 31..1::!".J 4111":" ) number members of the General; :; Mark( all goods (ar'Steamer '\

; the village We visited (the Doctor) in the Wediuwlay, Sept.\ 1...... :l1" 5:12: :.! .Assembly, to wit: Flora Fernandina.'
1 United States Cotton Agent, Sheriff, Rcpresentatlve early part of last spring, but since that time Thurwlav, :2. fi,01i" (lk'cl;:: j" GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PAS-

; UNbec, United States .Attorney he has done so much work made so' many Friday, 3..,... 6:,si' iI&.I: Kscambia county three; sengers. ) xl'\rioli.1 and Tonr"tl willfind

j' l Railroad Attorney, etc. changes and improvements' that the place alltl Rosa county two; (! this I very attractive tripl scenery
did not resemble its! former at Allun W. /, Walton county two; is and
nplltununce| :imnd alligators other game artabundant. -
The old Chairman of the Radical )':
all. Within the last ,.1 months!'! the Doctor August :21&Steamship:; Western' Texas, "llt"county one; '
Committee did nut pass around tW' hut has accomplished u vast amount of work lliiies. New York. Washington county one; For further information apply to \

i for' copper, but demanded round stun"'-t'roni and will soon have one of the handsomest August, :2-">Steamer City Paint ( 'n'lI"l'}, Franklin. (county' one; JOHN RICHARDSON,
f and most valuable! places in the country. (Calhoiin l'OnllUllt'; 25-tf Fernandina Fla.
the leaders and he got his deitianil.South l'hurlt tlln. ;
-- There is a great deal in knowing what I is!' <'I.EUIKP.Augn. : : Jaek..11lIt) ;
necessary to l be done to convert I the wildwoods l Liberty county one; I' on NAIK !
Florida. t :2"-Urig Caroline E.loI'arrlII' Waknlla
(county one;
into a paradise of flowers, amid how to
We had the pleasure: this week of meetingour do it in the most speedy and practical' way, Philadelphia. Gadsdcn; county three; .- rf
: Wo-tern Texas ;
old and genial friend.V.. I. Turner' of hence the progress: the Din-tor has: made. August Steamship: : I,Aim l'llllfllIr;

s JI is orange I trees, bananas and field Hines, New York.August Jetlerson county; four; :......................................................
Manatee 'OUllt He of all grains ;
( ) relNrl.'t.lpS ) are all growing lillt.1Ill' has a line :27-Steamer City Point, Crcasey, Madison county Ihr.; ::
kinds us good and pro&p|>eves for the future crops of which ('lIarll'!>toll. Taylor county one; "
variety grapes are making a noi.tvigorous 1 j A KKIICAIIIK: HOTEL,
I The [ and his ..lttgustRrigantille. : Jennie Wt''lll'r.Ht'rllard county two;
q4 .good: << for that section. Major p growth, and in another season will Illilol .

sons have some 43uO onmge trees in groves I, l'I"lIph'ld'Int'r! the long range! or arbor Philadelphia.T :-IW81It': county) two; ++++....,........ ......... ..............................: t
k which he )1IIH'Ontrm''I1: for them. He has -- --- -- ifayctte county IIi; :
besides lemons bananas and
limes guavas Columbia three
1 OOO beautiful trees iu TYLI.l' 'I.\nKI:. ( county ;
young orange growing Situated directly on the Railroad 1, i!
other semi-tropical fruits ; raises plenty of double rows! ami which he is training: grow ,r 1 suY'ssurtOJy: L t (' ) Aluchua county four; I
: .1
corn for home use and to spare. Cane growsprodigiously up straight and symmetrical by mC'lInuf! ( Cooper Levy; county two ..++................................ f;

and for long pipe stakes driven in the &ground alongside HEALKKS IX Itrat'lford "county two; i IX ONE OF THE +
y as! vegetables, why, .......
of each tree He has also an extensive Clay county one; y. i 1.I ...........
7s from January to January, there are "lots." banana grove growing/ in what was a cyCress ;t.t'rSC'hool and 11 iseellaneouti'rlta "" 1 taker county one; HEALTHIEST: PARTS FLORIDA |

He will plant UK) acres in vegetables the pond when we first saw it. Thc]> coming winter for the Northern market, thoroughly: drained and around its z county fmr; ;

.\M flipped by way of Cedar Key, on Transit margin is now growing the finest crop of .___ I t t- a St.Volusia Johns ; For particular address '
county one
rice have On the ;
we seen anywhere.
Railroad, and thence West and East. Heay of his tW'UiIl111111! / cleared grounds: ] IIUOHH! HOOKS j| Orange county). .two; n..oHI.mHHOH: ,

o > < that a good many substantial intini- the IVtctor has a magnificent tract of high: .- Putnam county) two; Mtf }'t'rlandill Fla
land which will the finest 1 J Marion county two;
grants have settle in Manatee county, and pine produce
prade of long cotton or any other J1'loIt./'t.II\S. #_?. Sumter county two; CilllllS CO.,
We need not odd that the \\TIL'O. \
more arc coining. Hernando county two;
In another Dr. Cn \vshuw will be entirely .
Major 1:1" live Democrat) and he Buys that "tIIlt of the wilderness"\ and 'an HT.TIOXJItYH: ...\x.Y GOODS: I FALL HilUhorough. county two; importers and Dealers in

Manatee will show a big vote, a fair count, afford to take things more ('I1S\'. He has KINDS:: Polk ,county) unei'Ianah' ; .. .

and roll a round TUJ for Hancock]; and now the satisfaction of seeing that he has Cor. Congress and St. Julian SU., county) one; '
up not labored to 110 l'"rl"IM'e wish Missouri [ I) one; til'AXOK \
Urevard one {t } |{ liloxham.i -- ..- t't.ultllll'ore a few thousand! more Siiviiiiiuiti, (:..or.I.. .. county) ;
The Church. just such men, We have (the! finest country Monroe county two. .. .u 'yam. ..a

Episcopal under the sun, but wo need men of means, (:. I' .l 1'ER: \' \
And on the day there will be heldin
The of the late annual council of tame
journal ttttlsclt'saud brains develop it fl1l1"I'lfltTlrllrolJ'h. each county of the lrateaGenerahElet- No. 14* lUv STREET,
the Diocese of Florida presents! the follow. .
lion for l'uutahe. each county ; allowed Navanuali .
ing facts ; During the year ending in May, WITHIN live years, the Republican organs: a"1 to one Co'nstable\ for Georgia,

there were 323 baptisms, 120! marriage, W inform... Wl.iiSl: :: negroes have been "butch.ereti" l.lmyH 11OAHD1NU STAIH.JX: every two hundred registered '"Uh'T iu the Keep 'I tanll'ol hand a ufthei
in the State of Alabama than couiitv; l'ful' hoierrrr. that no countythall J.11tUI)1y
deaths, and 127 con tin nations. The communicants -more L led (( '''
lUum) each year. It is strange that, after have Ihn" ) twelve l'ml.laLIl', ; yet
number 1.5U5.; There are 181 all this terrible slaughter, there are still 5M3S4 : ,- l.mtLi"H; : W.\( O\ that each county shall!! L ( 1 to at i leasttwo ;l MANIPULATED: fl'.XO.4tlhing
school teachers and l,3SO scholars, T, and from Steamers and Twin of the number of .
l Sunday : negroes, more or less, liviiiKandthriving (I.tuhll' rl o1rtll'si
ten teacher of parish schools, with 212 iu the State of Alabama. The fact needsexplanation. COXTKAtTS FOR HAVLINO, KT: f i.tt'r'lt "utt'I'HUE :\ lettercau he bail for fall and win

fun SALE:: : \\ \*. the Legislature of the State of ter crops. priv FIVE: DOLLARS PEU:
pupils. There are twenty-four parishes Florida, of A. D. 177, did determine by a ILt! ('. or FIFTY TON
llUH S I-:! !HI'itillJLHI(; | : -:>'$. lULI.Jl'El
missions! and eleven church buildings are .\ TEtcoiUM was received in this city vesicnlay C.ln1) WA(iONS. vote eta majority of all the members; Il.it'tltu }().U. railroad or ttoler .

now being era-ted. The contribution' for from (Col. N. Sawyer:: who is laboring each of the houses thereof: that it is ne- Send for giving certificates, etc.

all purj o>es reached the mm of sflO.lOO.GS. for t because of Maine, that he! esjvctsto !TERM: C.ltli.'tij ce.sary to '1\Us. a revision of the entire ,

Tho church! is in a very healthy and vigorous beiu Jacksomillc about the 5th of Sep )i'Ottit'\' and Stabks-rFirst :Street near, Constitution uf said State, and did t'nterIuc.h SURSCRinE TO THE )IUmon$2 VER

/ condition. h'luLcr.-8tf.. tr.4cl/'I'u. lhvxnu<< Strttt Wharf. -IHf! determination upon their respective ; f for MX ..

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