Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00080
 Material Information
Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00080
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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STATI: xinrK.llratlfnrtl. Virginia and then return with his I'\rt\-:\ : Leon.ieiioral .
the and mu-t !' t that is i a ,step in
I "lIill1' hor-c" and mules' have died I liii)\ Miy i
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Wo had. the of visit this
I i ploa-uie a morning ( l.oring\ has returned from an extended
: : "I'tltl' t'ni- ill I the vicinity of Mo-cloy' I Hall during the the right .trldion. and willeve-tittially prove
I Inil from Profcor 1'II I'"l'\-:1IIitlt.: t trip through the Northwest: and will I II'.t
Mr.I Krwin Johns ha* now his new mill :, 1 four ", "11111". mostly i ut f stacker: *. .-Mint"fsovcral a bios-ing to our :Iat('.
Versity Alabama, who i i. visiting; Floridaas take the for the nominees" of (the I >einocracy -
:Sampson hike In full operation. lie is j I llIlIIp i....,. 1.t"I'. I i is estimated: that there I is nut less (lion
I a special agent: of the e-in-U": with a at an early day.-The I'titrlut, like : I I
prepared to Till nil orders fur lumber in t the \ I llancoekand I1o:\ hiiiii el tubs two hundred and tn.1I'IIIlI l rats in this\
view of obtaining)!; information as to the geology ; blows lustily for (''11' han'I I
true personal organ i iIIH'I'
neighborhood (lie mill. I His grist mill I II \ ) hutCh formed in the county and 111\11'1\ areforming. county who hllIlt rcgi-tcre-d: Rcgittcr 1:
of rioiida. Professor Smith: : is i a pleasant ad\ice of the TrllmiU' I I
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makes lI11'al.al\ll grit IIfthl'r best, : iiuality..1 I I and bc-c-onie ".t.r.<. gehit Iciuteim. Thi.s[ will .
: gentleman well a" an expert in his dues it in aihance. When the .
and i bragging'
I His I Kins are also: in IIr"tIIorller.: 1\11(1111' t ; The Madison I I Denioi ratio }I'.xeentivo: l Committee never do., Now 1 i.s the time for over) patliot i
branch, and 1hIvi..' hope1, be enabled to I'Il'I'li'lIi..IIH'r 111111 t the pla\od-out :Senator: '
I is now ren.ly to !01'fhi.\ ... friends in I the line I I have appointed their working committoe's to do his whole- duty, and make a :strong
gather wnuo valuable data as to ni'r hidden I with liit mire," as the XH.I amiVia/ puts it,
of ginning without delay. I His I i terms! urethe I I no and mean: to make a thorough\ eamiOld 11.11 a long;: 111 and n pull iiitogittii-r.
rts1iIirtc.lsiiim.: is remitted (to "th'lil1lh.H'IcI, \ : politician", '
of tIme (Court
the t ( to
same as climbed nt his old mill inStarkc. I duty
A new transparency for, the Democratic) its vocation will be. gone and it, t too will 10,' \'a !i. I (
.-Mr. l H. Alvarez put' in, a !sweetorange : I"t'oct I "If('. appoint I ;i deputy il1l'ullll..lrkt ril(til' l'n'-
heiadijuartor" i i" being) \painted, I by, .loiu-M! .x heard I of no more.The\ infamous fraud
i have made I whi I h will bedone
bud I in n I bitter-Mvrct: stump\ in Inr.i flic Republic-ails: ; no 1lI'1'.IIIII-1 pose of re-gi: I \\ : at t thehop: III' I I'.oyd ;and Maholloy. Itis in iJC'i: '; was hut a continuation of similar -
i ; '
l 1S70, which nii\v measures IIi 111' I inches! in ine-iits I for; A .,,)1'ki: city.Whoever 1 in due time% and v'vc hope tl'lt'r
.!I 1..nfclt.111a!) extensions! on cither: end IVauiN which e-oinmenced at the election inKiWwhcti I
cireumferene-e? mid thiiteen and n half (Vet intends, ILIt.It lug; in :South\ Florida \- legal voter will avail himself: theopportunltv. -
Ix'.i.\ In the c-eiitreand ne-ar the top i is a : ; ballot-boxes: ,' unblniiiiiglystutl'ed ; i
)IIIII \\-hd her the remarkable\ : growth, of f lalllll.II'1, so without I'uither de-lay, as .- l.lrr Out. llnlUtlii.Sianul's .
large!; l'a.r.lc on th.-wing) clutching III its talon. 1 I : in the interest: 1'1'IIIII' of the t two 1"alllticlatl'oI llopuhliean : I
this hud\ is owing) to the :--oil or to Mr. Aha- public lands are in increasing donnnd, everyday : 1'"ll.'lt'_
." a banner which waves gracefully with I : for 4 nll\'l'rHllr.! I In that
rekill i I and I The : "s (dail)' J with I n.uii jitidlassengers
I si t'h"l' as u "huddisi we ;and\ prices' continual! advamv. -- cxpre
the breeze. I'mlc-rnc-atli theeujilo;! I is a \'111'I I I election there we-re three 1'IIII.liI.IIt'. tr I !oernor \ -
know not.-Arnold 1'rimer. ('"!,,rl',1 far- ( 1"'III"'l'illh' (Convention, Thursday : : ; from 111pllI"( :: l11.lil"Ah.l.i
I i I traitof i: ;( I llaiu-ock, and, on either side a portrait -Sam. Walker, of IA.IUI, au.1 l I Hairisonlecd 'oihiIy
about and half mile! ..ontu- to furnish ;', political! campaign -
residing westof 1
mer. one a : hist our present roprv
of nioxham and Flnle-y. Resides;! : the Uepublicans. and I ('olonel (n.; W.Scott:: ,
the town exhibited, Nomeugur" : cane mi i I th..ltl (the legislature, lions .lohu Rryan is being organi/.ed.-Orangegroes) 1
names of thecandid: .ites (the I transparencyvill I Democrat.) No intelligent 1Ili1llllf any party i
last: :Saturday: with t forty well-matured jlli II I.... I Headiliiarters : and ,h I. .1. I Harris.-Thepropoet) I for an increased are I1Wltin on their most charming' nt-
i c-ontaiii the words 'Democratic1) CUT doubted' that t I Scott:: wa- elected! by a I
This: cane was produced near Crosby lake, number of immigrants :and visitors tire. (olll l'll'kllJ commenced, and work
The ,
: i in large letter". (On : plurality of \otes: and that he was defeatedby .
and .1ini' l elieve it in.' IlI'at : u exceed former moving!I ;: briskly. The III w Mh"ul
; we t win anywhere to this -l'dl"11'( \ "aid to any
: l h". a large omk in t the act of crowing.with i 1 fraud.: I In th'dloll' t twoyears' later I the I
in the :State: llnnicr: is considered, 'n good i I farmers board: consisting lclll' Lew ton, I Hill I ,
\ Will.-Tlll'l' 1 have : ; : ) ('111'0".1 t our Orange county 01 '
': t the word", I lie ( : frauds: were h..l. ,kl'. Thatuis t the.xear in : I
farmer\ u and I has o\\ned I his i )present! farm this this month I was' in the CifiV/i' ; / ollh-o (the. other dayand Welliuan, llorfon and K. French, are looking
h.'III\\.I\'c t deaths' in city t : hich ballot-boxes w it hseciretsliletirourihwhich : !
:sinceii'*. He has' plenty of f.irmlock I'I that, with one' hor-o, he has cultivateda I to t the Illl'r''ot!' of ('.hH'allll"-I '.
I )\\white! und! eight e'olored ; :six were natives i \',>1:01: eoulil be stulled\ at ph-a-nre: says
hales of ral"I'.11I1I the( Williams, late of I Alabama, has opened cat-
ind makes: from three to four\ : long Used inseveral ; : tract of pine 1.11\111111.1 cisrimatiul
t I of 1 1'1. ri.1a.-1il"/'I1!" were fil."t introduce'd. They were

cotton u year, In-side! abundant provisionerop Work will be resumed: at Wallace's mill\; : e-ounties: e-onspicnously in |.c-on andMadison. potatoes, etc.' t that be ncc'dc-d ; and in lug rooms in (1'0\1 I :Ih'I..llil.1I1 ,1.1 II.
I I ult of I Inmost labor. stnrle I the la-t, four; 'earhas' II. I De is putting Iltd il thorough
''. all the re"' under. full of steam and Itobe-rt the meantime: in : ) \urlllal .
this" I morning\ I I; press" : The maker of t them I was
T..f/ ,,. t off debt of if:six i from cotton\ ho has repair for the (coming >'iit'rs.--i. L.
/" vi2i continued without interruption till :November Williams, colored, now .dead who made:\ paid' a \
Coin nili hi. I I land is but has not of this placemade: a sale of hl-
: at least.; The !boilers have all he-en them plan furnished by Republican: raised. I Ho says his good \\Illal :
on n
I I been fertili/od. I Ho also has about .* \tIM' > vvoith. hOle and g1 I'It'l G. .\. )ii isson, F.:"q., ot
,,,, haIon t :
The Lake City.V// able : cleaned: al1ll\'l'Q.tllill is i now in i flrstolas"condition. here. While the elee-tioii was going! on inTallahassee
I wh", will be to
and ronclu-ive article, III favor of the pro i .-\II'. \\'. A. Williams, :state land : : a :slide of one of the boxes: fell of oranges: to sell this year. Why ti', we not :IIlIt:011r1.1.; \

I'IJ'Il'll1c\\' bonds. The pro-cut! .1"IJtlrlnd- ageait! t, returned je-terday morning I from. i I out anil the )ballots t followed l. falling: ; into the I i hoar of more statements" of (his kiinl. Who. welcome as a dlll1: among U" Several,

pal and interest I, i is nearly !$:\iwow.) The <'reditors I A-heville1 h N. C.--This city 1 )boasts: of t at lap( of one of the lie-publican: : inspectors[ aiolI is next, ',' Let us know if farming pays; on .1111 saleof: small loll"l land WI'f're-poited'
Ihl.'k William Hollyojd!
: offer to take ::10!<> eents on t the dollar or least: one (Chinese restaurant.! \ Alice samccMclican I thus exposed I the wholee'heating scheme. In I \pine laud.4l/'''>/i/i OViVi.
I In P. of this place a te-n iu-n-
abi.nt .*:MOt)0.) ) Kven: of this I i ):?$0niOSuvvunccand ) :: \ man. Nuput him on ,slate! :-Th<: I I Hamilton the frauds wereso' uiitrageousth.it: i Last :Saturday: jii-t )before-the tl'alllllll the 1 Ill'tol ,
four set. I the I sum I,>
: 1 trail: font will bear) a part. It would bomost -c-eond number of the l>nml, County l!<'j>nl>H- I the Republicans: of :-UWIUlIIl': county I met :South: Florida Railioad: 11'1fill' Oilando, I II a grove yevirs for we are il-
I forme-d $'JMM( dollarMr.i I Holly' hut In-
unwise to reject such a favorable, : iillorto fin in.iile: its appearance' to-day. It i is, the mid denounced them. At 1111'11"1",1101'110..1 I visit to t the, depot showed that this enterprise II' ,
'vesleil 1 III I hammock I Ink h Haiii-,
get relieved from, a debt, \\hieh I i i year 1 by yearis organ of the "bolters, ," and pilches Into the house in Lake City votes: weie smiled\ iut t.i : though; young' is stepping into an Immouse' a grove on t
I has in it out- ) I
I growing larger;: and which can be enforced.What I "regulars";; without;t glove*.-1I& ind l'rt. *.. the box by the hundred, while t the "Yellow I| )business. The( line new ruaoh had: Slimier county jt over 1IIIlr.i1'l'lrll
wmild! private individual do I if t involved I' lHtfubltl. HluIV Fraud"; In :Duval i ) ;w.is: only "-'e-imafle-il : about, thirty pa'sengcrs: aboard and two (..11.... trees, 1.1 hi' wllllar I' it ton foify
>. J. I H. has
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l and\ a larg e debt hanging over Mm I The work e>f laying the I concrete floor in by that Archer Alaclma in ls7ii;, which were piled' full of freight, while the depotcontaincdaimucli acre! gro\e 1 from Mr\Ill'I'1 Robert Coeik puiehasesl Eu ,,.

ami his creditors should edfc-r to take loss, the haH'1111'lItIllry of t the Santa llo-a Hotel, it n-seMiibles, in its: minutest particulars.: lul moire' freight that had: to beleft forty acres
.I.S. I Hughes I it ( 'us., bankers of t ltieluiuuuiiI ..,
I than olll.-llairlll1ll1i give him time I to pay it ? which will be u"I..III'I the oflleo of the Firsl I I the crowning. fraud in t 14O I was: III !-tealinj' ;( behind, until the next: train. Refore (tlalt! : ,
Columbia\ !, i is one of the best counties of the National l>ank of tVnsucola, I is pri ;grLsitlgtinely. : : I't the I re-turns\ : from t the post- IllCe\( anil the :.u'- I road was projooted, we oserhe-ard\,1 t then-mark I Ml I \i. CUltraI" have been given our
the land and !
\ for I the I
:State( ; relieve it from this huge debt, and, The time named I for the opening III' : piVHslon: of t the I votes: of n, ic counties!, t'lghl) 1 that the time had not come'! for u rnllrua.l clearing up ;

immigration mid capital would fl-nv in rapidly. this institution i is :September, we I think I urn' : of which gave: n iijoritiesjNiblack or Itloxham\ am yet, the! h-.i-ino-s: : of the country would' II litjl.til'y out live hundred more orange trees on eurhphue.
week shows of
We tliin c there are commonsensepeople ) very f01' 11111', dlizl'lI" but anxiously: tool u ; candid, h'lr.JrI.t Ih'llallt.III"lrI ( ; -tiehi] ft Illil1<;." but men of betteijudgment .. I'.very: ". signs improvements -

enough in Columbia to ,,(',' and know forward to itn:, IlIiLlIlIratiulI.-TIIl'! 1tritihilirk I :\ Congress, and electtsubsc'iMient I them. In the! \ ; or more fore-sight, know the) hue(' and I the I IUII. around hl'f'arc being
taken fast. J. W. Au-ttn has sold\
their present' : ami future interest. Xtliai, with the fourth, ('al'rllot'imll! foi ) elections I of Xj:!. 71 1 and I 'jll
The census returns show that there arc the 1'eiisacola Itailroad, arrived oil' t the har: I frauds were (e-ontlhugd to e perpetrated. III and now just as it is needed most mi to J. 0\1 :-lItllllf: Louisville, Ky., \ii -

hundred nml seventy more white tunic*! curried railroad I is .\ ionsignmeuof : ty 1I.r. of land muiljsiiiiiumgajor (1\1'. .
one !some: days: !since-, and was towed into 1111t fact t the I I Uci'UblicoTis hI.: never in i our a rt'ality.------ I

over twenty-one ycats, of ngl' than colored on Sunday.: : Although! the .fourth :,hiiptiieiitfroiti \ .ele-i-tion. in Florida; .c x<:ei' by fraud, unlesipossibly pine-apples: from Gen./ H.I I S.:\ Sutiford's: \ j homcxtvud, 111'11 orango grtu '.-Hy thepresent .
IShiSeil itulmi I lias '
..acs ,jf the "same age in Columbia ('.)umlty.I Newport, Knglaml: this is !but the t thin that one in l 157:.', ',\111'11 I lie ( 011-1'1'-: Relair (Grove, re-aching .'l'York at (the, ( ci.. county nearly rIn

I Of)t the colored quite u number\ have been! to reach 1'i-iisiicola: the ..1.IIII'el"J'I'IIi! : our: \'itt 1V(4 were handicapped, with I the eaudidaey MLII1C tlllle a I foreign ,shipment was received I, doubled i. |>opulalon! since the lat eciiMt'.

convicted of larceny, and are not ('.Ij9Iluvoter4. readers may remember, ha\.ing been abandoned ami their opponents had the advantage ,sold at $l't'; per hundred, while (the foreigt 1VTO it wiw I ,723{ tout 1 is now 3,4'C., I 1L1

This l is about as correct as pof-ible, I nt sea.-After comparing) : notes with! of (Grant's )popularity. liven: in I hattlCetiiOi fruit sold $7 and $S per humlrc-d. And ishipment (the county not hl'I'1 divlde-d it \\oiild '

and shows! what the emocnits", have' the from, I the liall'l place when there ,11\.1 H large increase JH-H radt tl.IIIU
jtt-t I other observers, we feel justified" in exIreM.1.lag however, the t I Democrats emirricil "

always claimed that upon a race issue, (ami i the belief that the visit of the lion. WI Legislature, but their majority was "coiiut
all elections HO far have been) the white people I ), liloxham to }' 'II"a'IIa has made him tile I Ollt"liS 1I lIal.! Tim fraud in 1K7 in lire- t thirty. ('('lIt.'II'llI'h.-OIl the L'Tlh a I Demo) '. ____ ___________

run poll' from one to two hundred majority most popular' man that has been here f foivery I yard has been universally condemned' by I ('mti'IIHI"'il"ltlIl: was to I be he-Id! at the 111\\1 I OB.\'IU.U. 1."Tl:1.1lU:\

in the ('ount .. The only nutation in I many years. I His speech in the public the Democrats, )but in no instance has n i hall, ::4ilflrll (1'1. Fiji Ity, ('1. Loring ,,

-tate polities in Florida\ to-day i'. "shall the I !square won the hearts of all of his immense I word of denunciation been heard from )Republieansagaiiist : I!, Major AJ.. Russol" "speakers as ul" i localspeakers. JOHN .t CITIIIIKIIT: of : Iohill'Ia.., born *
in 17M is j the oldest living ex-member oi
few I bad white men who lead the negroes politically audience, and we predict' that even 1'ensa- ( i t their ) VII persistent ftuuiN, i .-Renblicaii] County Con vent, ion tn (' ingress. He served J'll;I H) (to ) : |
I i t govern t this State? When election cola precinct itself: will give him clear majority I running,i I I through .successive, elections.I No I 11..11.1.1 ill :-all: lord, ('I.h'III'I'I"r. Conover, Ir 1 Is believed that the Kgyptiun: I'UUII

lay come.s Columbia will answer by about I on the ,..Cl'lIll1ll1f XO\'l'lIItJt'r.--III the nth'lIIl't11'4' over made to punish (be perpetrator !1 Lcdwith all Hlll'I''il: I address a Republican crop "111.I _',.JIM() ) )1"111111" less" than that

iwo hundred majority So !/cjiorter. I extension; : of the railroad whurf which I i- -, while the most notorious of them, I mass meeting on same day.-: r. :S. II. yf 1H7!>, lilieen days late.

:Superintendent! J. Potsilamer informs us now' progressing: there will beat leu-t l/HMl) like Howes\ who stuffed the little jokers Vail"vhu l has a factory 1 for preserving Florida A ('(l.Jy of :'i.Oou) O'rl\: h'nllllihM'

I hat, according to the late school census, creosote: piling used, and as they are said tube into( the ballot-box I and Vance and Kluck I fruits, at :t. Augustinehas 1'1'1 in this from mthcr. Russia ito settle 11 Dela
!. I ware, where ,iNN) ac-res of land lmu !11'(1,
tlll'r"/1r(' Utfs( white and 1'5-U: eolorc-d children i. : proof against;; the worm and decay, it it, who altered the returns III Alachua, have "('11'1 (endeavoring; to buy u".aol: which bought for it,

between the nges'' of four awl twenty- I IolllllewlwtllIglilar: that more of our wharf he-en rewarde-d with ottiee-s\ by I Hayes, who III says: I'al bo shipped (hat. distance' without I' 'fullunfa Cun titullon thinks that) wit hi,

, one in Columbia., 1 He has: elurin; this t men do not adopt them preference' to the ;got, the }Presidency: t through tlll'lr'illalllr I I danger of de-e-ay. iI Ir. ,111 f former home I Clement attac-liment and a seeil-oil mill en

month vi..itei\ thirty schools and! reports i ordinary green pine. In the course: of )human with the aid! of u re-turning hoard! of in famous was III Cuba, where he has had largl ex- ,I modest proportion In each ncighhoihuodthroughout

I Iheni in II Houri-hing condition, the. teachers I events, howou-r, the eyes of our community memory.t'liiriiHaii. I l erioncc I in preserving I i t tropical 1 frui". |H leI might in u few the years 1'0111 country the, our lie hot planters and 1 1I

their schol will be when will offers fair for 1 and I those having ,
generally rapidly advancing I fully opened they Cotton is opening rupidlyund farmcrsurepushed I price guavas, I iii'')$ prosperous u agricultural people OH Ibnluceof

arWe have as active and systematic1 a :see things) as others see them.------Through l j tll'l to dispose ..t' would "'I will to call (tlC globe.
I to keep with their picking. A
:-uperintemlcnt as there i is in the :Mate ; he i is ;I Mr.I Itedick, who has a contract with the up( I lOl him or his agent here, Frank FI.t'r. nt I .\ ( IoIi: : .1 t boy 11l111' : "deepblue"sapphire
I few "I'our city loafers might find profitable
and )himself! to obstructions the I barf. fvtiit/i wc-dgc-d | uearly an inch
interested in hi- work applies' I United States'' ;government remove w FIl'ic'u..1. ,
I employment now if they WOtilit.- I D-.iring I) I sqiiiin: 11.1'i l hil :37i carat", near the H.'
of the coroner'sjury ChiK-tawha' waters learn ,
(to it.-From a member III we the thunder storm Wednesday\ night, threecows .Icut no11 ; iinah lil' in that State the other day, and
we learn that (George :S. Marshall was I that this) work, so far as it hat la-en carried, I .\ average crop of orangeat) the( Hart discovered 1 (II his parents did) alter he hadjmrted
were !'Irw'klnll( J killed I I I by lightning I I
"hut, while: standing in his door III Urudford I has given great satisfaction to I those who grove opNisite| 1'alatka N i ne-oiiriiging. :, with it, that It'I.. worth fM.'JUit.(

Tuesday: night. Only one ,shot traverse: these waters. Thus fat about .*:2O! >,- on the MiCulie( t Rail plantation, about sixmile's Other groves III the ncighhoihood !promise' The jewel is now the 'r.m'.rty of Mr. W. Ci.
county, I north of the city.-The mea-h-s.! I'I Strubb, of Cincinnati, who i U a hart owner
struck him, it penetrating: his skull over the IHN) have he-en expended Oil this improvement which had somewhat subsided I, I more than was ultkll'all..1--IiI1 are I of the Scquah mines, where'during the la-t

left ear; eight! other shot struck in the hioue.No but Mr. liediik tells lu that application apjiearto plentiful here, and 1 selling ut live cents JT four )'lJ quite u number of rubies amu'L L
I have recently' taken a new stort III our city.
one,;) has been arrested upon suspicion ; has been made and endorsed by many \'crulllew of late. do/.e-n. New sweet-jMiluhH-s aro Helling at II III laPlllrl have been II CI'V'r.l.'fiE .
\\'ta'o} heard of cases: I
effort has been made to ferret out the prominent men for an additional $100,000) fifty C''lItl per bii-hel.-An ( from a tWII"I.tol"llf the CniUsl ) Iat'l iu
no 'xtrl
old with small \ und
-An hoy, l.y. flcartcoiitaiiii'iune which )
matter. Marshall j i- said to have been 1II111l.rJ.mllii this amount living considered as absolutelynecesary chair, thiee bed quilts: : letter received 1 by ( ',h. I Hart frul the civilengineer the growth I la-t few'c'al" 1"1 are"Iocally Nurthwet riipi'lluring

to appear at the next term of Circuit : to complete} the) undertaking in a : i, of the l'oilatk. ,\ Gainesville Railroad und thu 11111\.t: They are the nglon1
three thickensone "
one pot, one frying-pan
Court for house-breaking and! that lib cvi.lenee satisfactory: manner.-A i>oor old! countryman : says : "We will have to purchu-m a nearest t/IM'lulou''t States! which present
box and baby drawn\ by threeyearold I
one a
.! might implicate others i-. the supposed! who had! just landed (rum ('),ol'taw. I levee at once for certain wurk on the line. many fllMlrlulii'] | IU'I\ulrini-dw.1t\ fe-i-
calf, being 1 led by lie Isi)'. and urged on I till 1 l b>
for the cowardly manner of hil'lllt.uth. hatehee, and di-j} iM-d (several hCIIlof\ I Matter have been satisfactorily uiljunte l in :
reason railway lines closely ( with old'
by the oltllu.I)', pa-sed through the city u I 'oll'l.t.1 e
hike City Hcjxtrtrr. cattle, wandered I in the neighborhood of few days since on their way from Georgia I 1/ltul. all the next thing now in order I it I II tram-p trtation "Ytl'llf the country. Tho

Ituvul.STILI. I'alafox wharf whe-re he was taken in by work-active on 1'resbytrrian new settlements rapidly extend the 'frontier-
to settle down to business in the Land of I wor.-\\urk tle
civili/ation but avoid
the-y u severance-i'l&
land-shark anti! roblied of } 0.-/Vnr THEY l'mlE.-Hr. French, Commissioner ; Flowers.-t'utriut, I CII\'I'.d. I old tlci.Tnz .

of Immigration to-day, bent forward 11,Ioi sire. Levy.The !:that this church will b tll"ht by 1..t\J. next Issue of the Southern Illato .

orders fur eight tickets for a colony from The Republicans! politically pray for the I, ber. I will b the finest church of iU size rica Papers" will contain a letter written

Massachusetts, also orders for two tickets for abolition ''t' the constitution with which work of chedgingon Captain Moody's in Florida. All to he made of good brick, >>y the Pre-idcnt of the late &uther 001flel' -

-ettlen from New Hampshire ; also orders they saddled the /State. If abolished now i tMJllal"nt"I'lIle Otie goes bravely on.- I with all the modern improvements.. .\ large beeiiw hal in been relation going tu on a long among dispuw sonic that of & i

u for tickets (or a colony of Swedes who are they Wont I olitically prey upon the fatness Col. Sebring; has invite-d! John II. Gordon to tower with a t.\1 clock will grace the friends of the two parties hatrtttl. con-.

coming from the Northwest.. lit has re of sev,cral of the htroUgl'btUutitt6 in visit this Mute ami make ei>eeche-s during\ building. The 1're-sbyterian.i ought to b L-enilnjj the command of Atlanta-.whmy Mr-

,'ein"'llll'ttt'1"i also from parties in the West the "State and thl'n.-hyltIJl.t a strong balance I (the pre-Hc-nt campaign. Gordon could stir happy, .ir what It I..tcr. morw thankful.The .- 11\III.ut the late General Hood in charge-.

t III the commonwealth. Let them' whirlwind of entlllllll .... Republican Mch'niiicr arrfus) this ( Gt-n. Ja"I The letter is id.drci.usl
who propose immigrating here in ()ctijhcr.sir. of 10wer up a : The ..11fIU1",4 tl C 'ul. Iuy, II was a jneniUr t>i

Karman a Virginia! gentleman, take their own physio scientifically and\ convention which met in Kroiionon week with 77.HOM brick for the I'rcbyterianI (' en. Jlr.I.ltatf. In tin.connection Mr.Davis .
called upon Mr. McUmrin, ticket agent of conscientiously administered by GovernorISloxham last Saturday nominated Mdjor Fowler 4 I 'Inirch. -1'.t&I.la'I/ 111L.11 ( kimlent.' and most 01.lhl.IIInr \

the Charleston an-1 )Florida steamers here, a r and then we will see if the body for the Assembly. The convention fuile-d 1 tu 'C'C u"Icurf. I [ ) h'rl!of th' high character and
I military skill of both t the
e gcntlei..cn.
few day" since. to make arrangement. for I politic- of Kscambia and borne other counties agree; on another candidate, and adjourned I The colored 1 RaplisU of thU Mato are gi' I I'T: NOK.HM-H. k I., Augiut 'J-V Mar .

the passage of several dimities representing i is healthy enough for due digestion of the to meet some sulmdjtieiit il4y.-'e understand I log all'lilakilt arrangement ff u the (Mta l>e'y ami 1:1111.au IrUIII. New- Yorslailie >

u rittefu or twenty oddlt-! he-idea chihlreii, strong, i patriotic food' of suffrage without I that arrangement/ are in progress! for 1'.i 1 Ildllltc It this place.. .\t first \\1 who art |11'u ; Biniiiuer here,

: who are to come fn>m Virginia to settle in rl."trktinn.Tlal'III"rIl8n sehixjner';,1t.1 I the building of a marine rall.'aY.11I connection w.ru Inc 1hud to think that i was a shrewd were ttt.nked by two highwaymen ou theJerld"J

! : Florida about October 1-Mb. Mr. }:anllan I ij'trtl C 'a.t. Itin-ebrook, arriveil III .port yesterday i i with a shipyard, at this pUce The olitinil trick, hut we are usitiireel hy I'rof, 101 last night fr girls rieling stituk in tin-alights

informed Mr. MeLaurin that he has already from Galveston. The Captain} reports\ I partic-s having hit thin;; in hand, are live j j'I .\yer, who has the matter in cliarge, that. j horse WU"I.(. httul Ole tl"tht whip, n.u.I"e

},ur'hait'tl! a hotel at IAtblUI in Kumterounty that 114'erul't.I" are coining 'here from men and know what they are about, and we here 1 is nothing |->litical in it, and that it Is he animal (.rear and k line k Hi.u'It...-

: ,' which section apj-ears to rtl'ahim! that place. This news brightens! still more 'I fee fl., reason why the enterprl-e Iohuu/tlrau/ ; j hilly intended to elevate the colored Uapti ruMwl .\vr. The hlll llt'' .HUY

: Lc"t. He returned to Ut..burg Saturday, our alreaily brilliant pri....i>ei-ts fur a g'.III l I prove a mcoe**. It w ould certainly I be a !big in rdigioii ali IU.rllitIIY cilucatJiig (';1. I tl"\ill.Kid thc up girLi in oil an the iiLsfiiTo where cuimukii'il.-hit)'

l l.it in a couple of week* will go La..k tu timber businew this fall.-l't-f/lroI-J' f/1Jc-ttC' i thing for ('. Idr Ke-J'Jtlr'"cl. lsrtt l tudfiit4 and l'r'l.rlIlu'" ('Jr the \ ar-i.-"t. J'un' been niudt.

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? t THOUGHT IX A CITY VUVliCll. '" the top of the house( looking; into the square.' never as now. such! as he bad never cry movement of hers had) been grace, every UP 7'111 nirnnTHI Ilo.t 1 o1 fl.

j x ;', forgive the fault, if sometimes on Thydny, He went' into the Uty every day immediately Men in woman before, hung about this girl. word melody. Light seemed: to Jathcrrounl
at # r :,u, And in Thine home my prujcr hath folded after breakfast t, mid was not home till near There was with her a most excellent gentleius. her as she sat. One after the ( : FH: wing) ; six in the evening He was quiet and unassuming There came with )her a subtle j presence 'pitulated all she had, said or done- with the 'FF.

t My spirit turned; from Thee to things; of : poke' in u soft, low price, and a promise" of serene rcpuse.0fl' got Intention of finding if anj,thing had been The exact occupation; and importance of
? f, sense' never war so pleaded ns when he <.mld, steal from her no hint of change of growth, of out of harmony', if there had been any' savor the "bummer l in the army of Gen. Sherm.ur -
t And found delight in Miin imagining. in and out unpcrccivcd.! He bad'I no comjianions development, of progress 1 It seemed I as of bad ta!>tc. 'Time otter tile be had,l finished in his march to the sea, i is not fully \ I
or friends lie lived altogether to though !she had, reaches! the Kl.vsi.in; Fields. the list, with the relleetion. No. it was derstood, even at this late day, by the (n'j j
Ah. cool and quiet places where men pray !I himself No one ever: enlicdtmpnnLila, He the goal of I hope, the "I'III'rc' of immutability. as perfect as the most fastidious could dream I citizen of the Republic. .j I
rfl t1" Without thc rntfe ollnlof'n "III rooks, always' ramehinne straight from his: business of-ni had. been, interpreted with t the t: I'IHe age "
R Within the country faces Hushed: with and went to his room. At nine o'clock heninedown "What a sweet! girl Mis! (iajf is'!" aid Mrs. and spirituality." IX ADVANCE OF THE ARMY.

health: (' and ate some supper, mostly in Brooks that night!( while lie ate \nper.! ":.shedoesn't > Then, from rehearsing the things which The "bummers" were: a regularly detailed
a' The white smocks bent above) the dog silence. )''rl. HrookllHl,1 a great liking, for vein to know she* is good )looking, or had taken |'>l.ue, l be rehearsed them merely body of men from each regiment i iu the
eared books ; the young limn, and 001'11li,1/ she wished that she i i'l! so amiable. I know never saw for the delight of keeping her image army, under ('har 1 lieutenant, and 1
he mould have some of his freinds with him !such( ejc'!. If her aunt only kept, her in his eyes, her "oi('e about his ears. their duty was to Burnish rations for theirregiment.
't ::00Lreath( of mignonette and scented on Sunday But: hcalwiijs made the same L01101 and brought her out, he would be Four delicious evenings passed! away in It will be remembered that when

4 thyme answer Thank you, Mr*" Brook, It i is: the beauty of the !season-photographed, and, tlC same manner, and then carne bad news; Gen. Sherman started( from Atlanta he only
IVom\ the warm Lauds: of children sitting very good of you to think of it, But thereis her carte in every window Wl'rl leaving to-morrow. for Torquay.She took with him rations of sugar, coffee, salt,
by. no one 1 care to ask just now" "I should he very orrj' to see her nny told 1 him, with I smile, the doctors hul and perhaps some other luxuries. The ne-
And through the open door a veil of elm He had a taste for entomology and reading thing of the kind. She I is too good to bc'a said no time should be lost. They tesitil'I such as meat and bread, thelioMleNhad

m a s Across the glory of the Summoner sky; and he spent' all his! Sundays 1 and his' 'hcn t\'.' Put a delicate angel like her up go, and at once, the cot wind now blowing to pick ui>. From Atlanta to Savannah

mil s evenings over his books, or his cnscsof! peri- among I lot of brazen, married women, being most injurious.+, He was greatly grieved it was a grand picnic. The army fairly grew
r4 k ar The sound of voices in the alma} lane, men! Toward the end of May Mr. lIrook> whose good looks ought to he at home, and they were going so 101.hel were fat on sweet potatoes, fresh pork, mutton and
J The trembling heat above some quiet thought he was' looking nrfli, and, attiili- not everywhere all over town t for vulgar they lkelto be back again in London' those delicate after-dinner nuts: known in
mound uteri this to his want of variety in life, and, fools to leer at 1" "\ lot know. We cannot say. Perhaps the South as goobers," but called peanut!
And here the sunbeams' painting on the she feared, his: great carelessness! about meals. "Well, I am not in favor of those pholugrados never. on the street corners of the North. It was

wall, Often nt supper it flipped} from him that he 11I\lclf. but I think the girl; ought to "You must: not say that. Surely you will not until the army left Columbia, on the
f n The ivy's shimmering shadow on the had eaten nothing since breakfast that morn be out. wonder what will become come back again." march from Savannah to ; :
ground ; ing. :Jirs.Iirooks made up her mind. she of the dear child when the aunt dies?" "That will depend in a great measure on regularly organize detail from each regiment

would sec he ate hN: supper' ut all events, so "I imagine nothing could he better for how we get on at Torquay.'. was to supply the soldiers
And everywhere a presence, without name, toward the end of May she was: always: in her, if anything happened to her aunt, than "But "I-you wi surely come }back to with food. "'e were still living fat" when
Subtle, Ineffable spell, no more the dining-room tvhcn (lint meal was servedfor to come and live you here." !fC'eI once again I am sure Mrs. Brooks the order to leave the regiment came. Columbia -
;, Breathing from arch and dm, from flower him. "I !ho\I1lke that. We could take are would do an j thing she could for She was burning/ in the distance and our
,, and groin, Early' in June, while be was ill the ltillin of her lolhurt Have you beard is the most kin.Illl'urtcolllai) \ in the division was ordered up toward Winnsboro"
+ Ay, from the trodden). "tonesIl'on the room Mrs.! Brooks }pulled> a letter! out of her her play' ? ( dreamy world." to tear up the railroaI We had worked

f floor- }pocket and said : :\rr. 'olthur) t, I I/ot/ a letter things that make you feel first as if you For an instant the habitual faint inile, Ilt hard all the ant l bad thoughts ,ul
from a lady this./: morning :Mie> has f cnreeo11une11deilto wanted to no to sleep, and. then as if you> the face of the girl, and here.vcs half a good, night's rest marshaled
r $ A something that we know i Is not, tn-Ila1 conic here ha lady, who wouldn't close your eyes upon any aClOmt." with tears. Her lips trembled:and I she said front of the colonel's tent and got word to

tie A something that gives :strength to prajer stopped. here.-by a lady who 'was with me "I should ifke above all things to hear in a low, uI tullr'uilc, "I am sure she ''go. We were infantrjmen when we started
and song ; for 11 few Jllonths, IU/It j' 'ar. I want to answer her" would be kiyd to me I I\cry one i is so kindto but before dark every man of the fifteen
And if we rin'is! it, as we kneel to pniv. the letter at and I of I'll ask if I ; mounted,
cannot to-morrow lieutenant
once, rt'all'lIrt' may bring you up me. I am sorry I have to go awaj'. and the was fairly
Art Thou extreme, O lend, to mark it the letter or signature.. Will you he !o evening. The aunt is a nice sensible lady, "But j-ou will come back, wUl't you?" he though none of us had saddles and t few
wrong? kind as to try if you can make it out'? and isn't a bit bard on, the child. pleaded. not even bridles. We started straight ahead'

Nay, for the desolate! town never Thine ('('rtuiul)'. ]Let me see it." 1 that night one phrase: of Mrs.f Brooks's She looked up suddenly, with the brightest and were outside our lines in a few minute i
trlliflyelinel's hath was in Theel He took it, and, after looking at it a while, hll1\lhilll, "\\ could I take care of Ill'r.wew"w ." smile be had ever seen on her face, say Three men were detailed to ride a few hundred :

:i Vet where man never has marred part Thy handiwork read I out : e Take cure of her? Take lug, Perhaps, 1 may. Il trj" Now gooi.1bj l. rods in front of the main body, and l.
,,1 "DearMad.im) : r y' friendJlrs.Slmipstomie. care of that sweet young girl? Ay, though e." we went forward. into darkness and South

: Souls that ,he could not reach white tells! me I "hollllll.lul'k\ jou allow me I to all the world to do her harm should Life went back to its old, course at Man- Caolna. We stopped very few times that
t and free. are lame mind stay with 'OU'"lr'lI fortnight or not succeed) lonpht he could raise an arm to yule square. Othl'rI\'le' cafe and occupied there was: a cry of "Halt!1
three weeks-business takes! me to London. strike a blow for her. the rooms \ I been.' D.ij- after which was: obeyed. A short rewmioissance '

So that t breathe the breath of fragrant My niece accompanies: me. We shall need To-morrow evening he might J'c her! day Edwin Clhurt watched the summer discovered a vidctte post of the enemy, but
:, liven, two bed-rooms, opening) into one another, He might bear her voice coming I him. ripen and Il'l'll'n in the foliage of they el"npp'lIred.and we neither saw nor a
.\11I11cllrn that where flowers sicken hearts and a )private sitting!: room.V<> como up) to lie might watch her as she sat and talkell the square. Day bv dreamed of her heard ofhl'm I U1. the morning at daylight -
1 /grow strung/ sie n doctor. You need not be, alarmed.The Her 1lllmi/ht touch his. Her dress: return, and of delicious evenings spent within thirty miles ahead of our lO'
The better man within me tries, 'Content !I" complaint) is neither infectious nor dan hr..11. IIgI He might sit and listen the charm of her voice, the magic of her anil in a pretty rich foraging country, as 't
i t Albeit the! weaker whimpers still, "How gerous.n: : early reply),I will oblige, yours to her playing/ in the twight. He might presence. As he drove in and out of town \1tourh(11 It took but a short time for scv-
]long?" faithfully, ]hux: : (1\1'." i)iik up a flower or I ri,111 I glove she lie conjured I with her image until ni the ; loads: of stuff to be gathered and
five nights: after) that, Miss I (;lay-she bad worn. rccesse'sof his: memory were filled pictures sent to the rear.
I i )proved) to he a I'l'illlltl'r-arrln',1 with her If, wh"l her aunt died, she only came to of her. He would have given anything Tho" niggers" (heaven bless them) considered
MISS (1 4l .
II ,'('. that Louse, what care they would take of he }posscsse-d to write to her, to get single themselves as of our party from the
One of the quietest! places in the London You remember," said Mrs.r : Brooks: that this /gentle-faced girl; She would be like line from her; but although the period of moment we struck a plantation, and they

suburbs isMunvillc-square1 i Clapham. It lies night to Colthurst, as. be ate hissupper: ) "f be Mrs. Brooks's! daughter-live with her, dine their acquaintance had been long enough would point out where the hams were hid,
a ut the core of a network of shady: lanes and letter I showed you a few days ago) from a and sup at the same table, and sit with :Mrs.! for him! to fall in 10\1 it had not been long the swamp in which the meal was hung up
sequestered iads, where the thrush and lady recommended I to me lay) Mrs. Miip-:> Brooks in the afternoons and and evening1 i enough to warrant him in asking to be allowed in the pines, and the places where the stock

blackbird sing in the quiet evening. The stone?" "Yes ; the writing was: not \cry That would he tlligMful to write. The summer waned and was temporarily burned, with the l'rom\t.'
place I is gathered into a peaceful calm ; and legible." "That N 1: it. Well, they came When begot hlllk miville square next autumn was at halit Still no word ('nnl ness and precision of persons who \I
to find yourself in :Manville square; after the this morning. I don't wonder at her coining evening be did not linger out of doors, but from the guests The rich ,green of made up( their minds! to quit the State of
ilustand thn oil of the city, is as great a up to town (advice.. I don't think she has walked with a quick step up to the house the foliage was here and there touched South Carolina as a place of residence Almost c
change us fur the citizen of a sleepy cathedral many wl'ek'l'IlIfc in her. She's: bent on one and went in. It was: close to eight o'clock the first foreboding linger of eelaorn.: always the white folks were preparedfor
town to !hind himself. on prairie with the side, as thin as charity, and quite yellow when he met :Mrs. Brooks. She had good lug found the hoar-frost on 111 us. U e would approach magniicent
feeling inexhaustible t relief always arising and pinched I don't think she came a day news for him. lie was! to go up that'I' the evening brought a chilly dew. Old people plantation and enter the 1ansion. !
from absence of walls. But in Manville too soon, |loop' old lady., She isn't!' very old- hug/ and be introduced; but \ lay avoided the enclosure after sundown, lieutenant, as spokesman party,
5 square you find no solitude. Lightly-swung; nothing like as old us! 'I-hut death is in her said he must remember they were in the and the delicate chose! the sunny side of the would announce the occasion of our visit.
? broughams! and landaus and \ktorias brush face-death! is: in her face-." docor'l hands! end he must not take it ill square. The buxom housemaid l had marriedthe Generally no one could tye? found but the "

over tio( smooth roadway now and then. I am very sorry for the poor lady," said if they retir'lll'arly. baker's man, and stood no longer at the women folks and perhaps a very old man. t
You can on no fine day put your head out Colthurst serlousljHe I had a sympatheticnature Mrs. Brooks devoted herself altogether to head of the area-ste'ps with arm akimbo. The ladies were always verj' short." They f
I of a front window without hearing the and a serious manner. the aunt, and the young people were left The birds were getting ready for winter, andsaving kept their noses high in the air and showed '
laughter of rosy-checked children and the But her niece, :Mr. Colthurst, her niece almost altogether to thclII"O \'C:4.: The'j talked up their songs to keep the cold out. plainly that they regarded close proximity :

patter of tiny feet. Here the sunlight< ) seemed don't think I ever saw any one more love of a /great number of things He found It was in the November of lat year, when with Yankees as very contaminating. Ou i
always to como early and stay late. Summer I ly. She is: fair and slight and tall and graceful her intelligent, shy, candid, and anxious for the first fine sifting of snow fell out of the lieutenant, a modest, diffident fellow, .
lined the place' and lingered longer the picture of health, and no more than surprise. sullen sky, that 1 letter cum to Mrs. Brooks.It would not have hurt a flea, always used to J
hero even than at Kew. The sin' Lan' had. no eighteen. A most perfect lady. A lady in "Yon have iest'r been in London, before?" had a black border, was not in the same apologetically : "You know, madam, .

m pretensions to splendor,(lr \\cult liror fashion, her e-arriuge, her speech her smile1. They he Ikell handwriting as the former one, and ran as the army must live." The Southern damc 'r
or distinction. The houses were modern, are, I believe, of very good family ; but I neVr. I am greatly delighted with foliosar: would almost wither him with u .
I well-built, ho1esome! and roomy. The Miss! Caw would' do credit to the I best, it." Mr$. Brooks: As you mill gather scorn that showed they failed entirely to
grass and shrubs in the enclosure! were kept douse in London. She is: soft-nuuumered "Would you like to live here: always?" fn)1 the edge of this sheet, the worst has sympathize with h is proposition, and thought
neatly and ctllcicntlyrvet there was no such and cheerful. She It the loveliest creature I I I should like it very much. But aunt come. I hoped against hope for davs and of it would not be an un
prudery in the fardenrng as forbade cricketto I Ii ever saw in nit my life, and so amiable To could not manage to live here. In fact we months. I is I heavy trial), but God's will pleasant thing to contemplate. The people
i fuur-vcar-oh the laughing scamper see her keep smiling< all the time to cheer are going back very soon" "How soon?" be done. hope to be with you on Thursday never had anything. They almost always
of children through the trees.! The jl'I\ii her poor ailing aunt would win anyone's "In I few days. I do not know how many. next, when I can tell you all Your said that the Union soJi'r had taken every
j flf the Illrel're: peace and prosperous! plenty love, man or woman, old or young. I )have When we are done with the doctors.t sincerely, IIELEIAY.. thing away. When be answered
mill! courteous services. No angry word ever seen her only twice, and then for no more "I am very sorry for the cause of )jour Mrs Brooks looked at the mortuary curd, by the presentation! of the patent fact that
invaded that Tempe of London. No 'dun than a few minutes at a time, but never anyone visit to London., I wish i had nothing to and put the curd and the letter back into theblackbordered no Union soldiers had been 'in that section, ,

ever cast a shadow on its clean llagway or else grew on me in so short a space. do with doctors. envelope, saying to herself, it was said the Confederates had removed all '
wholesome grass. Next evening us Colthurst was coming She smiled sadly and gentlj' "Ah, so doI. "They were lC'll'ns. thing, we things eatable. \'

i The houses belonged to one landlord, home he met mi elderly lady and a tall, What do they say? Aunt does not tel must Tie good to rtECtKOES AS AIM.lly t
who was a rich man and owned property in slight girl; walking slowly towards Mrs. me all. She is afraid of alarming me. When Colthurst came home she told him this time of the who \
several other purtsofl.ondon: lie[ bad made Brook!"' !. lie made up his mind a once fancy the case is very bad one." the news. He read the letter slowly then some boys had
been with the colored
one rule over all his: house! property, and that these were the new lodgers, drew back Is it of long standing( ?" said : "We must do all we can for her." talking people would ,
beckon the lieutenant from the
that was to take ten per cent a year less than and saw them enter the house This was No. Only a few months." "Yes, poor soul." presence of ;
ho could easily get and to be much more the complete, confirmation. He did not go I unc'rtan.ou have no other relativein He took up the mortuary card), read it. the lordly Southern dames, and iu a few 'j
moments those ladies would J
particular us to the people he accepted a.s into the house then but walked around the the world but Gay?" "Not one." stared at It stared at Mrs. Brooks! droppedit the 1
of bacon meal
and tobacco
( tenant than mast landlords. It was not house three or four times. It was: such a "Suppose the doctor's report is: unfavorable staggered 1 to lib! feet, and cried : "Good loading on a
and its
enough to satisfy him that time tenant was pleasant thing to think he could /go up to what wi you do?" God it is: the girl who is dead!I" wagon hid in departure.the The things were
s solvent and respectable; he would also: be that door at any moment, open it with his "Go hack country with aunt:' "No, no!I" usually ground the before the
convinced the applicant for a house of his latch-key and walk in. "And what will you do then?" "Yes. Aged eighteenTu4ejaJluytmziae. was over practiced eye of a r'
WOK free from anything which could make WhclI'he awoke next morning the birdsin "'\alt." As she said this word she cast her veteran bummer would detect the place at a
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him a disagreeable neighlior.; Those who the square were singing:!: and the sun eyes and lie could sec her eyelids were glance. job was well done the ramrod -
I i took houses were to be clearly informed one shone out'ahanll)', ull looked I "guy and : heavy with tears. How be wished and prayed FACER FROM D\I\E.-'e are highly was culled into play, and this at once
in the fact that discovered the loose
e-arth and
announcing pood the
of the advantages! of the 'place was that there young. As! far as t he square as concerued, I she might come to London when all was gratified a treasures
been manufactured from beneath. Horses
article of has and cattle
y were to be no lodgers! in Manville) w care I old earth looked only in its teens The clean, over! He could not hear the notion of her }paper : were driven offto
1, When l)>r. Stephen Brooks took his house handsome housemaid: was standing in the going away now. He had made up his bagasse. A few days ago, Mr. sample the swamps and a great quantity of provisions .

be) read the clause) with satisfaction When ((rt'a- 'lItl', taking 1! on behalf of the cook mind that as soon as her aunt died she Story, of this parish: submitted a of carried thither. Sometimes a little
a man paid a hundred l and thirty pounds a the bread} from the! strong, wjholesome1-j should come to London and live with Mrs. the first paper made at the Crocker PaperMills 'amp of negroes, who W'f' sent to care for
t fur ) "re could take of the : Holyoke 1 Mass.! from bagasse pulp, the animal was discovered und t broken up I
a. year house in the suburbs: he expected looking baker. No children were abroad Brooks. care poor
not to have 1 lodgers next d lN,r. Mrs. I Brooks! jet, but a nurserv window op'|>o.site was child" he said in his! heart. Aloud he said, prepared on his: plantation, which Irmi..l'I bv, lo\'al of all the, animals and eata r r'Ills. f
future for this We
t .. was delighted l at the strii, ;;out' of this (pro he could) hear the words of the "Coul'you not manage to stay in London?" very remunerative ran across a lrlbyterlan deacon
The of the who declared
e viso. They had bad a hard light in the children as they dressed, and Hiihsequeiitly no. The d'ltulay London will time appearance paper j\lt- once, by that he
world. They were childless: : Neither was said their prayers in loud, unfoaring voiies. not do. We must ,getaway to the sou. Tor- ft assertion that even wntn: I had llUtlI llnh. We div"IIe1 our 81ppel with
made with cost him and I before bedtime became
r now young, undu little respectability Incomes That morning be met no one before leaving quay or HO\lrnelolth.1 am not sure w Inch." baJ.a.11 good friends
I of the fibre i is fair In the
cry acceptable in the middle life of : the house but the servant who. gave him Irs. Brooks has bl'I'1 giving me a mo't preparing advantageous; a morning we again gave him and his
estimate placing it below twenty dollars per family breakfast, and then one of the bays l
woman, when youth and youngmatronhiKul his breakfast. .\Illa)' he felt uneasy, iliseontented. enthusiastic! account your playing. Are
and the lowest'alue it is asked him
ton for
have Iweiipent in narrow ways.For lie wNhcd it hud been a holiday. you very fond of music?" llacL't.i111 some tobal'c. He said fie
i tell1'1'1'I Dr. Brooks and his wife lived lIe would have like-d to btaIt home and l "Yl. ery. I care for nothing in the forty dollars, and the highest eighty dollars., had l none, but a soldier came down stairs at
showing a clear profit, at its lowe quotation that moment to inform the lieutenant thattht'r
a quiet, life III the and then looked ut his lIIl'ns.'lll'n, come world so much
easy square ; I-l'l'c' you .
It has also been calculated
of 100 cent. "loads
4 I when he was sixty, and she tifty-thc, lie to think of it, busincx was such 11Hll.lr thing ".\nd who are your favorite comlHser?" per was of tohac I in the upper
the of consumed in the
that of
quantity house. Meantime
part a second
died. He had saved u little money-not after all. Answering ('urrl"'llOlu| l'IIl't! and \fendelS:lohn and Schubert.
I I much, When all debts and expense's had sc't'iflgmuch and undertaking to do this, that "Do you play much?" producing one hogshead of sugar will yieldone soldier, with a curiosity which even tht'lan'
been .juiid. tlu-ro was no more t tan fifteen or the other tiling was such a colorless, dull Not nearly so much as I useel." ton of fibre. Mr. Story informed uo (we had had rrayel night andmorning :
hundred for the widow. Her friends of like this when "Wh\' have given so that a company is being organized to for. ) could not entirely disarm had ..
pounds: way t'1't'lulingtino day you up playing
ward this! enterprise, the capital stock of tried his ramrod ;
on a
recommended! her to ,give up this house utOl't' one might read in the inclosun and lookout much ? 8usjlicou'-10kln' "
Iil'llltf, what furniture she would not through the railings at any one who "Ah v antllhook her head "I which shall be $oO,000, subject to any necessary patch of ground behind .
sail because and ." in'rca" for future ojK-rations. The stilt was a lot of bacon, some very fine hams, I'I It'e'erl
1ib..olutelH'l't.l. and take a small house out might happen' to paw.He dare I am getting ol lay
of the is to build mill !
farther the: wrote to the landlord! and he was in a great hurry home that evening ")11 I hope you will a little tonight ohj'l company such one bags e>f four. almost unknown in .I
at that
tons !
capacity, a
replied saying he would! be most happy.. to he knew not whv. He usually! cameby ( hthe stockholders.jxiint j country", a.l egg and butter were
do anything he could for her. He recommended I 'bus, read the Globe on the top, and* "I will play with great pleasure, only not maj agreed m>on turl'fl up. The deacon was very I
mill will not exceed
The cost of the J1,000) much
: chagrined, but he quieted his con'Science
Jar: to do nothing definite/ fur u day thought that drive through the fresh evening too long. will be
or two, until lie had called Uctwcvn the one of the most: delightful events of She played for half an hour, and Colthurst. and the subscribers not mll't.l upon by declaring that everything on the
than W cent.of investment
dispatch'of that letter and the visit to Mrs. the day. This evening he fancied the omnibus listened enchanted. He knew nothing of to pay more j>er place belonged to the Governuient .
The list) of
Brooks: the ]landlord way observed to cull ut crawled, and that it was most: undesirable music: himself, but he loved it dearly He for the tirt vear. J. H. subscrip.tion j>. and, therefore he had not told a lie.
is headed
every hJt1' 'il1 the square. When he saw ones business: place should) be so' fur hall never before heard anything weird by lt'r James Oglesby $ A few miles west of Cheraw the country '
50e) D. Edwards
B. .1,500
the widow'lie wa extremely polite and considerate from one's place of residence.At so soft, so tender so spirituelle. It was like $.ViO; Win.S. Story M. Abbatt, and; others for smaller: I became \r poor agriculturally, and tht'rads
lie hoped.. she would nut consider: I last he reached the tilJulre.n,1 now hc: sighing of forlorn winds in mystic groves.He ; best be made. The army
These gentlemen are using
it impertiiicnt on his purl if he alluded to lie was in no hurry to enter the house. lie could not play the simplest air but he sums. to have the mill erected their and slowly. A march of ten miles 4

her affairs lie could! not help hearing |parr walked! all al'lIllthe f\a\ war, and then could interpret the most intricate, or, at all into endeavor this: sea-on,->7. Bernard put fairly rich country would support the army 1;
Iles of her for ndsnd her hu.bamlLad went into the inclosure. lie walked up and {\'elb. ul airs had meanings for him; right operation well, but we were now only going six,or even

been the mast opular people in the dow the path in front of Mrs. Brooks s. It or he did not pause, he did not care Eagle. _- _-?- -_ ___ four miles through a swamp and l woods. Asa

.square. Among things he heard the cause was close upon eight (i( Itek, when he unlocked to: inquire. TUB St. Albans t tdirriiser knows of consequence the work of the "bummers"
of her wishing to give up the house was gate.crosse-d t hejroad w ay, ascendedthe At the en.of hal an hour the aunt came home+ from boarding incr.use four-fold. We had to feed the reg
that her circumstances: hall naturally been steps) und thrust, his: latch-key into the and said enough for to-night, young told by the servant Ihol they I iment, and ride and run as we would :1
mho t
reduced by her husband's death lie had bole. He pushed ois.ii the door, and as he child." had on being e.dalml'llh tlat what could 1 not find suflicieat provisions. The 1 I

ventured;: to come with a suggestion, which, did he sun coming down the ball aunt and tolhnnt rose to g and in taking leave, has no glbrretl.goose ?'" Vermont, I soldiers had to come down to regular South

if she die not feel disposed"' to adopt, she niece. They were droMil for walking : ))11'1 me onl' an appetitefor halnel more enlightened, how \" girls'' Carolina fare-bacon' and corn meal. But :
would, lie felt sure take us well meant. All drew aside,1Mwed,and raised his hat. your music. May 1, ," turning are I the day came when we could not get enougheven
s the people in the square were anxious: she. I "Thank you," said! \lime\ elderly lady 111'I I to the elder lady, "come again another of this. There was but one thing to \
Ihout.lllot 1t>veil and \\oulddo} everything:; m: !she pav>cd I mm, night'" A >EW coral bank of. great richness has do-we ha l to go into the milling business: f

in their |power to help her lie too, should The tall, lithe form of the girl bent slightly I "Certainly. We shall be wry glad to see ret'cutlypeen dis\.el'l... in the I"ltrr. v\ e would ride ahead say twenty). mie at j jmgh
lid loth to lose an old and valued resident. l (forward and a smile of gracious recognition I you if you wi not mind our being rude and hewn, ten mie south of Sciarra, on take possession of a gt ,

Now what became pn.jured to do was: to came upon her sweet young face. turning )" out early. '\1 live by rule, you politan cat. heels, and scout the country
IJ cancel the subletting clause of her lease. I lIe had never seen unything M lovely in know, and we must take no liberties" for (corn or other gin to keep it going. The :
Thus: it arose in the rear IStl',in one hou o I all his life before. He would have given I He went out for a stroll round the square* A Mat; out '\.at was otTero plate of macaroni lieutenant and Jen would attend to the

in Manvllleb'iiure Illfl ginggs, could! ..>secure the world to turn round and walk out in the: it being then only ten o'dl'ki \ulkct I soup{ but dr'Jut (' that I mill while the other nine would go in dif i'I
and that Edwin: Colhim-t Lived us u ;;tI'j I beautiful soft evening with her. He had I round and round the square they "couldn't ) any boiled pill ferent directions} in parties of three. Thereleton

with Mr*. Urook, He[ occupied a room oft en lx:fore been attracted beauty but think of nothing but the lovely} singer Ev j stems on him' I of a day's work will probably

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be interesting. The time vas the mo!'t doleful of bummers" that the enemy was really oo nF.X J.J: ) 'InnIW: M ALLOHY'S I x i': iv s C' 111: I u i, i: t

J we saw in South Carolina. We had been making a stand. Six i mile from the bridge! OF TltK: : : MM:. -
feeding the regiment miserably for a week, we ran across three thousand rebels, but I..uun.STI'"SII
and skirmi"h in whichone \TI.\XTtI\.J.J.} ( W1XT: IIH.TIL --- ---
r were beginning to want the they rC'tln'lll1nl'r a little # f .
Job Three of our party, one orthicon a re- of the mules we captured at the.grist SIT UAILUOAD, Only irrt 1.lnt forw "ork.r 1 (aEOltGI.(1: j I I dl'L1)ItllltirINI.ANI i
belt who deserted from a :South; Carolina mill was killed The 1'11l'1I1'hh'l1th'' mistook : I'KXINSri.AU: UAIUIOAD, (.
who knew the for the IItI\'lilll'l'ofthl"lIrm- f ., .----* '---
rl'gltllelltl1l111 country we us cavalry ((1Iilldo:1'1111': '',)
were traveling through very well and was for they could have annihilated us: in a real .VMTMlir.ULANI>
('olloe'lul'lItlra: very valuable man, had: i battle, not }because of any lack of bravery ( : ) UOl'TK.: : :
been captured\. We felt pretty blue as we the part of the hummer"," hut they hail: no "B

!''In.t.lI llup (we had become fully equipped' organization: and there was: consequently( 1I:(//i'rt IMminri/ ht, 1880. .
by this: time) and left, the boys at the mill that lack of discipline *o necessary to the"Uoeo"1 .
: :
CTE.tllllOt'I' flOMI'.t1'
V5"e went southwest, through thick pieceoftimber of nl1bn..\ of troops: The }hummer" OOINO: SOt'Til. Tim: FINK: : : _
I and came to a 1 plantation I about four : W.rt''t: \' good on an advance. They :TI'Ilt':
I.CI11'l1l1l1tu (! :.M"
1 a r. M.
miles from the mill.! We inquired of the would go anywhere, and rl1l1l'l..ko'r: day wr.sTr.itx: : TI\AS.:
h .calve :Mac'on, ( 7.-ti( I'. M.Leave .
l, negroes! as to the prospects of forage, and which would' have been shunned by a prudent I ltruii"wick: (Ja/ li.l.'i v. M.Arrive 1. 1'.\1'. HINiS 1: ,
they sent us to the next house" three- miles commander of a regular body of troop": .
Fernandina' : j-.Iu......., ...... lii.iri A..t. C'ITCU' AM.AN..
i; further on. The ladies there, who had: been Then; ujr-iin: : the Parties .W'I'C'l'r small, t/cavc Fernandina.............. ........UUtn: .v. )1.
entertaining !some rebel, ,'a'altonker" at never numbering over fifteen or twentv.They f.1'. mJ.I' a.
Arrive Baldwin l.'J't:! )I'. )1.
}breakfast the colored told, "aid consolidated Whl'lthe,
t. as people u+, only were -
they had ti..thing in the world.! We talked menaced f"y a common danger. Th'w'rl' Ix-ave: Haldwin for.for.lack"onville. I.:it> 1'rrin'.Iu'klIlIl'lIIe )t.: {)\I': of the above 1'IIINi I'IF'I'III.lil \'

.. to the colored people who were gathered !saved, fie uii capture hundreds of! times by .\ (('nut. llouto: ). -.">.") .p. M.Leave n 1. to suit the: tide: li.rIW every :\

about the place in their best t d..thl'it 1 being their audacity. The rebels: :;ulwa.V": thought llaldvvin: for Cedar Key: 1.0; > I'. )t 1. ( Thi": line" having) no t transfer to make No SKA ICKNIvKS. No OCIIAN( : DANdKKS( :
Sunday and after an hour or more we were Heneral Kilpatrick's cavalry and Arrive Waldo (Ji'nction' I'. I U. H 1!) .. ".111'. n. 1n'twt'en
'. two of the shar|>est-looking of the men took as the force of the enemy w'asnail! they Leave Waldo( .:.o( \I'\ M.Arrive 1.
: us behind the barn and said, could risked fight When .1"hll..toll'lI FF.UNANDINA: : YORK
they never : ( a (tainexville: ;'.1 j I'. M.i \\j \E\ TIIK KTKAMklW
show in where there was "mor'n we could forces were met! in I I'entonville t North Caro I I Leave (ainc"villc! : 5."I!j MM.I. Oilers the

carry." lira the "bummer" mot a severe check. Arrive Cellar Key.. !11:10:;" r. M. AND ('111.1l'IST: 'TI\l'tIt'I'A-) !'1'1'1'' 01 nnluTOX:
AX J"L.tNIIN TIIF./"W.DII'. hut they only stopped l l about l a short time, Trains to .lac'k"ouvillc and l Ninth of \ll.iKl-: IE:1 r
I We asked which direction we would have l going i used a': cavalry by the general in comnrmd win daily. TOTO IIUIII.II'I'EH s. .\nl I>AVIIIi ) ('!..\ nu."i .

r to go. and they tol.lll" a mile and am.' natter of! the. advance. '1'111'thl'lI went C.OIMI Noinn. Vegetableand. Fruits will'l'i\ "piiiale.ue

f through" the !!\\'IIII1ur\ three mile"; : by the around (Jeneral Johnston and his army andforaged Leave Cellar Key. .l.l"' .V.M. in handling.; .

t road. They advised not to goby the road 1 ( plonte-ously several in his rear in: advance arriving in of Arrive ( !aino"vi'lle" :.VII .V.M. PA< I',NOIat< { .ACCOMMODATIONS) ( ) '11: FAST 'tis.VF.UKTABLK.

I as there was rebel\ cavalry camped in that ioldshorough: days Leave ( !aine"ville: .............. ......... $..l>.II' .V.M.Arrive I. : FIKS: I'CLASS.'Hie :: ---- .
n"lH'ralh'rman.: Here they turned overthciranim.il"
i llin..liollllll'l. we might; be ('ul'llIrl"1.'l' ; Waldo ((1'. U. 1 U.: June.\ ). ;Ji.JS V.M.I 1'.1SS1NI1'I:: ': : } Y .; : : : ,
i the .
i agreed l to go with them, and t h lug our to eniartcrmaster's rams Leave \\ : !11,53' V. )1. (tr\.ln.r; ; public are oiUre-d th( advantages _t i______ "
horses:, in the !!vvnmi> '}began to wade toward, I anent inul went hark: to ,1111.in. I the .- Arrive Baldwin. '!. I'" M.Ijoavo II'I ill IC1': : 11 E WITIIOl'T\ .
the fiord things. We sto.pe-d| to res-tarter /:. ih! lliiiih, In r/iilii'li'iiliiit Tiiitcf. ANY CIIAMiKS. ('IIIII..ti"I" Ila.l. atJacksonville I 1 X I 1----: .

,, going ome distance' and I pointed, out to my ,lark"onville (Cum. 15outf.ILl": ) v. M. with all !>I"allflal'; fur 111
companions\ that the ('ulol".IIII'lIml.d11 I he- AUUICL'I.TUlt.tL.Cmr Arrive Baldwin. .I2.w: : > I'. M.Leave I. taints "1 tl':1:: .1"hl'lI. O.Iwha.

leading U" into a trap. "'e knew that u-hel! Baldwin. .... .. .................12.4": I'. M.Arrive I. \Indian 111'! with Ih' Trlll"lt Kail-: Nlointit'r <'",' or 1rlelelou: .

('II'aln''l'rc in the vicinity to the number : Snivu KVVI-OUVTOKS.: ). (C. David Fernandina: ... .................. :I..ltll'l ) M.Leave road tit 1'\'rIHI.lill for all railroad station"in {'. JOHN : : ,
of 3OKI.( ; ) The negroes were !smart housenigger" << writes to the I.IIlIbiIISIIIr.lold a" follow l. Fernandina: :\.1 1" I'. M.Leave 1. FloridaI'liKIOHT \' Fl7UEJ..IlIi"

; ," and they had acted u"plcioiisy! | in i respecting the use of cheaper machinery J1rlln"wick. S.IMI I i>. )1. : AND PASSKNdF.K : \\ at Fernandina for the )((111:1.1: and t
not givimr!; us the information at once at the by the small! sugar; planters., : Florida canlit' IAyuvt'hitvm: :-I.to t .V.M. AS INDIIIKCT I.\TI'. Thursday. )' night Vegetable TI'II If (Itll'TJ.XTH
hint+e. The sharpest darkey was c-alled; to 1; greatly benefited, by the more general introduction Arrive Atlanta, << Frank said of the I /r'Through Hates: and ( of lading .\ (I U'l.F WF.ST I 1XWAAM
u" one ,party, wo ; of this plan of working up the Trains: to Cedar Key and South (It'1.11.1\ l- \il' .
I believe you are fooling us. (lot down: on cane : \\'ill.luil except Sunday.I'1SINS1'1..1R f to all point" 1

. i t. your knees.1: The trembling; darkey did so, HofMLv.., March *), IN,O.1'iHlor : :: lAlLio.\l! : For passage-: further IlIlilrllltiul, apply I'KNINSl'LAK: I 1AIL1OAHS.! !
and solemn oath that he telling tu
i swore n was ; ; S"I'lr.UIJI'l1 nuke the small
1 tho truth. The other forced, do ((1IilldtJ Ilrallrll.) I "'. :SOIT1IWICK: Agcnl,
negro;; was to farmeis and cane-growers are very much ('Nerased : leaving (Centre Slrc-c-t:: l Hoek direct for Savannah. -
y the saute Then us three yore !solemnly, about the prices they are to be ,paid <10INI sot'TII. Fernandina.C. I I'a""onners and a') arc- ins"111.1',1
with our hats: oil'!: that at the first. sign of li for (their cane', with no prospect of adjust Leave 11'nldoJunction. uN.t( ) at 1. II. :MALLOUY \ (CO., I of at \' hi\l'\, the steam
culmination of the sii"poctod l treachery' ment. It'm u central factories or large sugarcane ; Leave Hawthorne. j..lo<> .V.M. Pier W I liisl: loiter: New fork :.tf : 'IIII'I'tll : for the :North,
j., or the survivor of! our party, would shoot mills I'X i"I'oI, would they bean)' nearer Arrive Lochloosa\ ........................ S.lO.v. M.iOINU 1. - - -----. ohl11,1 tl'lIllOO

the negroey.t; then"kl',1 thenegroes if a solution:' of their troubles ( MUITII. 1"I.OnIU\ .\ \ I HAVANATKKKLY Hut ill Cliirh.tfvrr. .

;. they were ready to proceed on those term", To give; a practical answei'to this stew, I Leave Lochloosa.: .............. ..... ....KM") v. M. : Sh'uuUr
,i! and[ they said they Wl'n'fll'r a three- shall state the results! of investigation' of Leave Hawthorne[ .H |."i v. )t 1. "\ : : I',1S'I'I.IIi.. :-:1.:1ICIJ : : 1'. II. WAKI 1 ),

L quarters of an hour's tramp we came to ant the merits: of the small mills: and :Sharon's: :, Arrive "':lltl.. .hlllc.tioll..I.I.: ") r. M.I
;, island in the swump. There was plenty of! evaporators: in last Baton Rouge parish. 'I'raiusfruut Waldo liochloiwiiiiid return1'ucsday Lc-avc-s Centre Street Hock everyVeduuewday IiIIJP'JIKIT.

r 1 provisions 1 including hams and flour, an oldmare Sonic lilrtor more of these cheap' contrivances Thursday and :Saturday.CONNKCTIONS.: \ and Saturday for SAVANNAH, t'llIlhill
( SIMON'S( : and
two "l'rlille mules 11I1111waglllllllld IA
were used in that parish during the ( ) \
f f: a cart We filled[ up the vehicles: and my past sea! +on. .\Illirc sati"hed: who have usedthem. IOIOY) (1.
4 two companions started for the house, via ATI.V.NTV.

the road, while I returned through; the air \\'. J. 11011'''. the pioneer in this lnt"iness : i. Close- ('''"IIt''liolll"1 made at Atlanta. a.! :1..oru..d..
v' swamp with one of the negroe";; : In an hour II : :surrendered" large plantation at the to and\ fr"lIIlIll points :North I'Ist: t I. West and 1'rf and elegantly ap Stc-amcrs are c-onncctcd by ThroiiKh Tm'il
:. the vv hole party arrived safely at the houseIn -. end. of the war, moved into the woods and. Northwe"t: daily. pointed : .\ L ("idowhool), with the Atlantic, Uulf \ West: India Trl'
an unfortunate moment one of us: asked (commenced anew. After trying several AT MVC-ON, n\, 11''urllll ;, "chc-dule : sit and IVniiisiilur KailroiuN, and via Savannah -

I if there was anything to drink in the house. evaporators w hie-li did not satisfy him, he With Trains for Eut: 'lull, Columbus 1. ( !hi? I 1"11\ : ':<.: morning. with steamships for Il1ltllll"I', Phila,
: The ne-groes; ou'wered that there was any invented 1 one of his: own, which he had used Montgomery[ Mobile and New Oilc-aii". ( I'I I'I\\ steamer ,1"11.1111. New York and BI tol.
k quantity of wine in the cellar.: It man for nine year". He has! paid off all debts, City of Bridge-tmi, on I p."in. IxuvvFernandina '-ltnonIaI, Tickets, and all other
brought; up and a tiv-gallon keg of nasty reared 1 large family, improved hi" property\ AT KKKXA.NDIX.V, KLV., or ..lu'klllI'ilh.ITI'III..i Itail- jiartlc-iil.irs, apply to the following Agent'"
sour stun loaded on one of the wagons.: It and is now independent, having money deosited :- With New York and Firmmdina Steamship road train \1"\la morning ), \' tit and Olllc-es:! :
lJillIot taste; like an intoxicating beverage; |> to his credit. )I Ir. John 1'ieou started Line from New York on Wednesday" at Key West Wednesday morning. Arrive at II'rllldill. L. 1011111:1
a but we !soon found" out it was. .\!! \\went about the same time with Mr. :Sharpe.He : lO.JWia.: in., and for New York on Friolalit lla'vuna 11'cunesdaalleruiua. .\ 1'1 'l t r' Fla.-lIIlt.J., 'olil I i .
through the woods twilight fell upon U"!l, ntwle his crops with his own fIII1I1hlr' ::1.411 p. in.; from Nassau: N. 1'., on Wcifncilav -"- 1dlrlnl.: leave' I 111\11 Thursday even Savannah, Ol.-lor.! Hull mil Bryan Sts.: ,
I and then darkness, !somewhat relieved by lug: only two or three hands to help in har ,; for Nassau: N. 1'., on Wednesday.With [A'ln' Key West Frlcla"rnlll Arrive opposite: I 11111 ercven House. ,
t the moon which was under the clouds most He ic-orgia: and Florida Inland :Steamboat : Cellar ; Jacksonville
vest. is now ut least ten thousand dollars Key :Saturday lil"till11.1( nt Flu,-Corner Bay and Tine'
of the time The darkeys: got laughable, ahead. He has: been lending money on } ('n. from :Savannah; Tuesday, Wednesday \ Jacksonville and Fcinandimi by Transit St*., I/Kngh-'s Store : A. C. Lan-
and then in that singing humor ho who mortgage. One of t the I borrowers: told meso. Friday ami Sunday ; for, Savannah: on Railroad Saturday; evening; and at :Savannah; 'kk.tgl'lI 11t; L. Hungerford,
looks: upon the wine when it is red always )Ir. l'uutlIcoln is: entirely Independent Tuesday, Friday and :Sunday.; by steamer City of Biidgcton )IOIIII\morning Ill.r.. ,
reaches, they thundered out in a good of central factories and the rest of the With'Charleston Steamers ('St. Julm't and ), thus !forming the. 1IIrll.t po: ihl'll'a St. Augustine, Fla.-On the limy I K.: F. ,ii
voice to a very familiar tune : world, as far as money can make him so.Messrs. 'ity feint) from Savannah and CharlestonWedno"day route between the I'nited :tI141111 ,'ull. Armstrong, Agent.

"Ole (ieneral; (;rl'Clle Charles Bucket,Fred. Hanker, JohnNeshit. and Sunday; t for Savannah and i I: KATF.S.Savaniufh l'ulatkl. Flu.-Lllicnthal Brothers A: (Co..
1 Had udchilof u machine. } .\. Burli", W. D. lI..l.lex.tokc:4. :: : Charleston Monday[ and\ Friday. 1.n' Agents.:
For throw-in' shells into Charleston." and many others, all ingthe; small Butlalo Withi1'ulII'r: Flora ,daily:, and from :St.Mary's to Havana.......OlhJ.: ) lj./r"tl.f WTHTAVK: LKVi: :.
mills and Sharpc's evaporators, are doing ; laa.! and semi-weekly to and l from : ) icncral 1'asscngcr Agent.
We arrived at the mill rather late and relieved I'ertlandinatollavana.. ,.. L''IIMI'( ;tSH( )
i' the lieutenant's! mind, as he thought well. tine.elit week in that parish, and. I St. Mary's liver landings.AT :!. Jacksonville to Havana ... 1.1UIO) 3S&0 I W. F. IIAItUY, ..

we were captured' I, and had ordered a strong could I nobody who had tried t the experiment ( iivi.mu.v, n.v., For stutt'ruuniv11ntl: tickets apply to LKVK: (lencral .\I'lIt. Savannah!

picket for the night.: We left for the regiment I- who was! not eminently satisfied. With Trains for, Live Oak,Tallahassee, and ALDKN'S) ; :; Tourist Ollic'c-s.) J. N. JAlHDIt
f next morning, and gave the boys the The l'u lIr-holl"I', mill with horse power, all points: Middle and West: Florida.! Savannah, (iu.-(Corner Bull and Bryanstrcits 11 luuuager.-
first ration of flour and ham they had had evaporator and all appliance to make fifty ,, I1. .\: 0.\ LLA N, Agent. "-- -
for some ti IIIC. hogsheads: of sugar! can bo put up ready for AT I.OCIII.OOSV \ I'erlnniina-1'gnlout: Hotel. .\. L. MKLLKN : HITJUIn: S'IIEllll.l': :
There is: no question but that the bum use for 1 less: than $1,000.( III some instances: With Steamer MjJut for all points and : Agent. .

mers": were great u.s>Ut>uuc to (acts; :Sherman : neighbors of smalll means! join each other landings! on Orangu I Lake, on arrival of I'cn- Jaicksimviih''or1'r Bayand Pine!>t''l'to.: TIIK STKVV1KIIH
in many ways.! They were always and<<1 take oft'a crop without hiring; hands. insular Railroad Train _\..('. LANPHKUK.: : .Age-nt::

ahead of the army and pave: timely notice Sharpo's( evaporators have surpassed nil .VTUAI.NEnVll.LK, FL\., :St.: Augustine*-On the Bay. B. F. AKMSTKONO '. ..
of the approach\ of any large body of rebels. others in Ku"t Baton Rouge, and<< I will mo>t With Stage Line for Oca la and. Tampa on ) ( Agent.ACKSONVILLI. J-tf { NT. J01I.\S I J CITY POI.XT :
furnish all interested with the11I'n -
The fleeting bands: of rebel cavalry which cheerfully Monday and from 1
were continually in our front were always: nl4 toin v'stnatethIklllatter: () that into say, Ocala and, Wednesday Tampa Tuesday: Friuay Saturday+ and; :Sun; ';, l'1'\; .\'OI.Xl .. ---. .- -'
driven }by the bummers themselves, who I will give names and address of those usingtheapttnratIts. day. MOB1LH I : J.\I.Ho.\U.

came together in cases of danger and, forming \ !l. There is a way for any" man, AT CU'VH KEY, .'1With ..\., MAsmi[ Til\:>iII- 'IT\Tlo 1 :, J I IT.vu.vnvssn
: a skirmish line, advanced in the regular even I though he be "blind!. a lint to find .:, Fi.v., Fcbruary3,1sMu.
way. As the "bummers"' were always: tenor his way out of this difficulty. Thorn who Tumim Steuni"hip (Jo.'s Line for On and artcr Monday, February '.', IKMO,
fifteen miles to the front, they often prevented know me, know that I would not wilfully Tallll'lIlIlIlIlIIutce'low a and Thursday, |>a"scngcr trains of this rood will run as Col-- .
the }burning of bridge's, and sometimes mislead any one, and I have been on the at 4 p. m., and for Key We"t Sunday l 1111,1Thur.o..III lows, vie:

t lIu'I..ll'uLlie stores, bet on lire by rebels spot and conducted the I investigation, at therequest ', at 0 p. nl.11'ith t'.1SS1'N111It'I'I111N-ItS'P: : lit )
the United 1 States and I Havana l'a.-t OlXp.
from burning. On one occasion they of several g11 tll'lIlt'lI. Thos(> who ( ). at..... ( vt,
built a bridge, the want of which would doubt, can easily: satisfy themselves at cost./ Alba Mail Steamer:; .11ll11imllilr K'y'l.!>t, 1111\:11I\, .hutaIIH.h.I..tll{ I ...... ........... ...... ::12 i*. M.Uieve'1'all.iliassee WILL leave' FcrnundJnu for Jacksonville
have dell .(-..l General Sherman's army utleast of t three cents.Ileretofore nn arrival of Special Train, cterl''I'tC'day 11\111I:1'- ............. ...... I( :i-. at. l'ulalkllIl. Intermediate landings
u day only bop power has been CullllIUI,1 afternoon, at 4:111: 1' m. I.'rolll 1.'I'tlllIti.lo .......... I ...... 7 10 I*. M. on thc : J"hl': Jn'r, mil Havunnnh
TUG RIVALRY. U"ed, but several who have been using the* dill tmlll tn KI'Y'I.' every :-iaturcla HI'I'- 11'1\1' ............ ...... M.'Wi: *. M. and ( 'IIII.tlll, as ,
The rivalry between the different partita apparatus will attach steam the present .season. With t irillll( V. 1 1\'c )IIUl"oll. ............... ... I) 211
Steamer for the 1'.11. From
TIIl.t'lIrt' thousands interested in this b'uteriiriet, point" on
of "bn'tnncr's"w-ashitcnse. The first party : Suwannc-c River Ma. Ix-avc. .............. .. .. :15 A. M.ArriveSavunnuh I'l'rllillulll
to reach u plantation of course got the I bestof matter, who will thank you for calling attention For information, on n-sjioc-ting Thursdays you (-.., m.rues, ... ..... .., ...... I into' A. 11. FOU J\CKO\\J.U: .UI PALATKA,
everything in the Wlof provisions, to this apparatusLtXK etc Arrive 'Tboimtsville......... I ... flK> \. M.Arrive .
; apply to JVJ: l:Jtl W hI \ F., Y.
therefore, there was tall riding and much ix I.ltllxu.There are few words .\. U. MAcDONKLL: Albiinv ....... .. ....10 yt \. M. I.\ "t.
1 JLf during to reach places likely to yield large oftener ujMin the lips of a certain cla"s! of (;1'11'1 Ticket and Pass.: Agent. Attire rLl.llr............. ..... 3 :i': A. !H,
returns in the \\'auf bacon, ham, flour, etc farmers than; "luck. Smith fa u "lucky dog," D I EMtxwu.acn'1Supt: ; :I'l 1 Arrne ............... .... 12'A. M. I.'rol'rlul.Jlla

'1 + On one occasion the rainssoswelletlastrcain I because his corn never rots, his wheat never ---- --'- ------ ------ Arrive JuekKoiivillu ..,........ ..... I' A. M. HA\\X AM. "TOl.lmy :\.
that there was but one bridge where it could winter-kills his sheep never get Into his rye Arrive I..rllllllll........... ...... ::1.O. x. !'Ol AI CJAIU
be crossed. All the bummers concentratedat and his cows never invade his lIIea.I"\\'II.ur'' "NT.iiAiivs" "" itiviie8TKAMEK : I..U.IU: .\rrl\(; ............ ...... .'u4 I'. M. Rir : }'lUA Y."I,

I ArriveCcslar ......... ... ..,... ,
that bridge, but those of the Fifteenth orchards, his crops are better than his IIdJh.I Key I:\ I'. M,
4- corps: arrived first Hearing of the difficulties bors'" his butter brings; more in the market PASSKNSKU THAIN-WKHT n. Close conius-tioii made with tti-umcrs for

"s on the other roads these fellows put ask and even !his wife and ('hillr'IIIlurl' a morecontented I Ix-avu. Jai'kH..nv'ille ....daily at....10 lS v.Uuvo M, Mcllonville- and Kiitrrpri", also with fh'lll- l
neat little job on the rest of us.!' They sent a look than other i cope.'! Kvcrjv: 1l'lm FiTnandimiI .......... .....10tuAx. er"with for tkkln\\'alil Itiver ; uNo ut Savannah
htcuiiii-r for New York
large corps over the bridge to scour me thing he touches thrives What u lucky man uve iainesville ............. II .... !11 I A. M, > l'hlutllIIII,
country and take jossession of all the forage Smith is t Now the fact is, luck baa nothing : i cave itlar Key ,............. ...... 4 :A! M. Boston und Baltimore.aiid at ( 'harl.tHI wih
FM1UA. for New York
and provisions, and an officer with the to do with Smith's success in life. If you l laue Baldwin ...........,.. I ...... .7 (N* p. M. xtc-umc-rs I'Jli.uh'IIhla.
.. t, rest of the l..mullalllhe.1) the road behind watch the man, you will find that every result CAPT, JOHN Klt'IIAltDMl.V:, IA'\'e lake, 'ity ..........:. .... l.cJ. M' lina more,ICuilrouds and with fur SlrthI .\Imth (Curlo-

the bridge with his men in line. As each lie reach is antlcipatc-d 1 and plannedfor WILL RUN ON TIn HT. 3IAUY'rf HIV- Ix-uveHavunnuh .............. ..., r. M. West routes ; and
party ut' bummers approached they were and comes of his: own wit and work. It during the follows Leave Live Oak........,.... .... li 15 A. M. t.
told that there was u strong force of rebel is the legitimate reward of his labors, and it er Leave HT. MAKY'H M-ason EVERY as : MONDAY: and Leave. Madison ............ .... 351 A. x. )'II1ST-CL.IS3 ; ; ) )
1'.H'I'Sm"r nJ.
I # cavalry holding the north bank of the would have been bad luck had it turned out THURSDAY MOKNINO at 4 oMixk, fur I eave (ireenville.......... ..... .3!) A, x. V.'JS !. .A''O
stream and the continual topping of the otherwise.1 leave3lontiellu ........ I ... .51NAx
FEKMANKINA and will leave .
: FrKXixuixi '
it of skirmishers who had been sent ; Through Ticket and i Ftaterooms .
out "
guns The successful farmer does not Arrive Tallahassi-e..... .... 7 (INJ A, M. .t''lr'
attempt too name days at H a. m., for CAMP I'I.N'CKSKV;
by the officers to carry out their plans"" confirmed much. Hi- concentrates, and the more he I amid all intcriiufliute landings the river IA' ave Tallahaase............... .... )8 30 A. and all information turul"la..1 at oflicv, corner
on :
I the story. In a few hours a large does this the greater are his gains! lie doi snot lU-turning KVKUY TUESDAY:: and FIJI- IA ave Jilinoy..... .......... ......10 OH A. M. Centre and &' Jt t.t'tt.ly
body of men had assembled probably a Arrive ( | ,...... ,' .. : f. A. XOYKS.
thousand, and the Twentieth corps men began expect large crops from his lands DAY, will arrive at ST. MAKY'M ut 5 I'. m., .llatlluHM.lu'e. .. U :3
to, be loud In favor of an advance The out liberal) manuring. recognizes Wlth'j toiithingat Fi-.Kxv.NDi: (OXSJt'IS .t. B. XOYEN,
Fifteenth corps officers took matters cessity of constant study and ( On WtUSI..It.\: and SATl'KDAYS At Live daiy the Savannah,
to think very will leave )T, )!AKy'li at $:::() a. m., and can Florida all ',' Railway to ami from ; :
<-ool1yand pretended delay until )Ia. T. SPEAR: of New Orleans, has exhibited GlocnSJ HUn C\SfUJ
+ be chartered for excursion to all :
the army came up was prudent. The want fine xx'imens| of fibre from the banana Havuulah.III 11'csternpies. SlJrthl'r Just'n and
of energy displayed, and even courage at plant. He estimates that an acre will yield Daugeness, At lake DEALCK 1.'
last excited the suspicions e,four lieutenant lO.StQ pounds of fibre worth $7.:O ; this and other i>oinU of interest in the vicinityof tral ILiilroud, City daily und with the Florida l'U.
1 jlj. and he at last announced that be was going added to the fruit will make the cultivationof Fernandina. to from Jacksonvilleb't. 1'rorlsloits Uquorw, Ete..1r .
the with his We Augustine, Palatka, : and Ijind-
over stream men Iitartl'lJami.bt this splendid 1.IIl'f'rl.
plant profitable -
very Through HlllM or leadingby hugs Johns .
the of /tlt!t
apparent misgiving our We tern Two arts Al roB U. F. .\AVKUY: COYS! %'u.ws.
three ENr
comrades, while the skirmisher tired quicklime, parts root, and MALLOKY'sj: LINK of Hummers to all t laltwlu.laiy with 1,1talll(', nulf .
4 j more rapidly ; but we gallojuil up the bill i one part coanm refuse rafts used as a top points on,the Ht. )Iary'.. all \ Trll.lt Hul WiY ull (ruin1'ernandinu -
e t gallantly, and through a dense woods to theclearing I dressing said to destruction to the cut Close Couneelluii ( a llu'it. Key, and CKJITKK STHKET,
worm. Refuse salt alone, at the rate of VDJI with ntcaiiien (
Key Wci
beyond find that there Tamj.a, and
j. 'Iim acre, in the fall will destroy the Havana.
,: [a rebel. Pushing on rapidly to the firstpl.iutatiou I' worm.Horses. Mark all good Care of Mtuiut At Chattahoocheethrif tlinei 5Jtf FK1LVA-XD1NA.: FM,
found all wt-ckly with
[ we thing", portable Flora Feniandina." -- --
t packed up and ready to be stilt tu.the rear. hate solitude! and are mod savage; (; ACCOMMODATIONS the People' IJne and Central Line Bouts to \\.n. n. (*. uviii'i'if: ,
I The Fifteenth ")11'* must have lived well I by being: ke .t alone. [for a time for their "bummers" bad the be ke>jt in large stable, because they will that thw" Excursionists. and Tourist will Apalm-hicola) and other Hint l.nting. / KNKHAL: COMMISMON'MKIICUIAXT.CESTBE : .
4, [whole country to themselves fur the best face fire and hon- will follow\ them out, U a very attrai live trip, as the 1.tUt'r 'htr"Elcgaat Slec-ping and 'he j/ .
f part of the day. Their little dodge, bow though they. would apt go by theiiitelve )1.1.1 alligatont and other \\ <*i lruir and Lucas Patent, run daily L' Hr., SEAH 15. ,K.FKKNANDINA !)ceur.

l-eYer, never worked again on that campaign, THE matt famous living butter cow i 14 the For further 'infonnatlon t"tl Tallahassee and Jacksonville.
I and thereafter the actual whizzing of the re.I "Jersey Idle of Svituate," owned I by C. O. JOHN KICHAItIfcsYN apply to .(Jtikk time, sure t'olnt'UuI. l.rCt.t : 1'1x1.
ILH bulleu was to convince a i Kllnw of &My. tI'U.t.U: .
I necessary partyi Scituate, Mas. ;5-t( Feniandina, Fla.A .:
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I f V.TIIK: FLORIDA MIKKOK. Ing Interest., 11t'c'nn necessarily>, devolved ir//r CHA\OE? His i calm null dispassionate presentation of Til IXX E It OUT.

v -. ---_ _.__ upon theoujH-rlorrnco.' hit unnatural that, The Republican\ adminlnistered the :State: I Southern !sentiment and, feeling lm! met aresponsive In looking; ,; over the name! of the prominent -
r 1 t. ft.\i\T'lJill.irfupT/-Jf1lli7-1lf: ;: : o: bound together by common interests mull government for right! year We need not echo in Indiana,nnd the Northern Radicals who were lenders and officeholders -
, ,, "' working for a common end, there should 1 ben review their misgorcrntncnt, for it i I.+ known I press! has: acknowledged. the valuable services .during the years l1i6 -1"j+ when

i i.1IOC'UATIC! TICKET.The union of sentiment nllll\ solidarity on the by every property-holder nnd tax-payer in I, he has rendered towards carrying! the this :Mate= 11 8under a Radical t government
part of the Southern !States? the State who wns a resident! and the intel I October elections! the importance of which we were somewhat surprised at the conspicuous -
t t e ) t right' of trial ly jury the ttahfa" cor; iw, The national questions have had very ligent immigrant* who have tome into the I i is fully nl'predateo1.n.l he i is not only I nh.'nceIf mast of them at present

s. ti the liberty of the ;>rC8., the f.-mlotii of clinch' little to d> with producing this result, except :State! since 1S7'1, mut have learned. ( their aiding Democracy in the present political I Richards, Killing-, Denny Hart, Chne.Adam. .

I 1 the luiliiral rights of jtcrxjnt, and the rlylttt nf that the pcrsistant i course of the Republican : acts. In brief, they. from first! to last despoiled \ I contest but he i N adding.\ ; to that reputation Frawr, Morgan: fibbs! Kmmon: y
I; ffojtfity, must hr )>rmenet1.-(!EX. HVXCO, administrations which, have. been in 1 the people, from year to year ; they increased I he already enjoys in the councils of the McLin[ and Hamilton have died ; J. U. C.

in General Order No. 40, Nov :ir f, 1W7.Xothlnj ; power since the war, have always! been' felt to I : the taxes, bc-camo more and more tuition, which, ha*, and will enable him to Drew the Iuckrays! Littlcfield, Welch, Austin -

', cat Intimidate me from duiiiii! ?(hurt I be one of oppression' on the white eciple| of extravagant (created! a State debt and high I' better serve the immediate interest* of hi, ,. Cone, the, younger Reed: Little, Math[

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I Scyrr' I f _____ place the control of state and, municipal\ : I dials were not generally honest ; debt, dishonesty \ few men in the Senate of the United I score of others who assisted the returning
j r" affairs in the hands of an ignorant and .disqualified : t defalcation were the rule, with States\ who arc better qualified, to serve their I board appointed to federal offices{ abroad ; of
FOR mvwryt : race led by a few unprincipled adventurers rare exception all this their records" : Cowgill Alden -
t ; own constituents! than Senator June His! ability the few remaining in the :State, ,
cA GENERAL W. 8. HANCOCK, supported by the powl'rIf the show. i is the tit !'
admitted, and his deportment. is :such: a.+ Potter .rusticating up John's
OF PEN.\rtYI.V\.VH.- I federal government. No people' anywhere In 1S7G the administration, passed: into the to make many friendand few if anyenemies. in thc piney woods. ; Governor Heed, Archibald

k. FOR VICE-PKKSIDCNT- : would do othicrwisethan the Southern\ people Democratic-Conservative hand* ; first t. what I Orcelcy, Cheney and others are not in

WILLIAM H. ENGLISH have done In seeking to regain the control, n contract: in men, its compared to the outgoing "'c understand. :S,(-unhr Jones! will soon !sympathy with the Radical State ticket ; Co-

l or ISt>J.\ ,\. their and municipal governmentsand 1 as omrial Well, we leave that to those I return to the state to take: an active interestin cant, Durkee and Driggs are quiet. Thi"
the first step} to renewed efforts' fur progress, who know them, the old and the new Hut the campaign where his: knowledge of leaves but a few, very few, active lenders! ,
r .IJU'iJnExT'iAi' EI.MTOKS.: to endeavor to secure the guarantee good. three short years have passed and what does public matters and. impressive: nddrc. will ant thev LIre all nominees-Conovcr, Led

I rt'f IIT.TF.T I.VIUE!' : local governments, us the only protection to the record Mio\' ? Taxeq decren., !salaries contribute largely to the success which certainly with and Kisbce, to make their own canvass
:SAMPKL: : PASCO, of Jefferson (County.ALHF.RT.T. person and. property. During what I H usually loweredoffices discontinued ; State, county awaits! our candidate) ,*, both state' and I unsupported by the old' lenders. We ought

; TnT -Et.t., of Hllvl\l County. called the can-ct-bng administration. all and town expenses:: reduced. ; the State /floating national, and we shall be prepared to welcome not to omit Denrnn, who running! hi> own
R FIRST ni TRi him
with machine.
a hearty : U'tl,11.111',
T ; J. I K.: YONGK( :, of Ksenn.bia:\ County. and nil progress 1 stayed ; but the moment out of debt ; agriculture commerce, manufactures
i. KETOXII DISTRICT: that home-rule was restored, the local government I increasedund developed ; immigration FR'WOU O"'I;LlCTIOXr.-.II-.Hn IMMWRATIOX AT 11-COMERS.In .

i ;.: niOMA.S I'. KING, Alathua! ; County. placed in harmony with the intelligence and capital flowing,) in; old\ lines of railroad VOUXT.Me I view of the gratifying results of the recent -

i \ nnd property of the eountrycvun- improved nnd renovated; new railroads [ "Tj. Hicks: and Conover. and particularly I census we have every reason! for ellcmlrng -
WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM, omy introduced. nod I wa!'ff. extravagance built, building\ and to be built ; in fine, the the !latter: at the New York political <'llll'nL as to thc future of Florida. Many
.I and I peculation put down, the people of the whulestate in Its length and breadth prosperous conference, with great emphasis, repudiatedthe persons have looked with curious eyes upon
) :South at one: took heart and I the wonderful( \ } anal. hopeful' Added. to this: I is theincreased idea that the Republicans: could not obtain the foreign immigration} whichhnsgone} in
tnrSTY.or.: : !' : progress of the last five years i is the result! of number schools and attendance; a fair count in Florida. It had }been almost n solid, body to the states beyond the

LIVINGSTON W. BETHEL, this unanimity of sentiment for self-protec the building of new churches! nil over the rather forcibly stated that the South was solid Mi(jsipji.! "'c do not regard this ns! of

( I or MO, ROY. lOf.XTV. thou and for advancement of all her State, which shows: that education'; morals: ; in fact, in order to fire the Northern any great importance to Florida .\ mass: of ..
matcri.d 1 interest Why then, the reproachof : tutu religion have kept. pace with the mate heart, its solidity was made a leading argument people' brought, from Ireland Germany/
FOR OSIJIt&"I:04-nn."T; : DISTRICT : "a solid South ? i Is this unity of effort rial progress.; And yet, knowing nil\ this, a in the canvass. Not so," !said )fr. with scant means, no experience[ of our climate -

.' ROBERT H. M. DAVIDSON for the good of the South to be deprecated) ? few 1It1lt-c-seeking: Republicans have the hardihood ('onover.II Jive us the money and the or modes of culture\ of our crops, or

1 OF II l VDSDF.X!' ('()I'xTY. Would it be desirable to restore! the carpetbag to a.ik the intelligent; men of Floridato count will be all right" This was a necessary : : niodcof living; thrown into Florida, wouldbe

?: : governments" which the respectable turn over and remit to their keeping this admission! as! the rule for distributingthe I we fear a dangerous experiment.:: .\
.' F'OR'uxtREI4M-t4FAYNDIl, +rtn4T : r lrI'IIIJlirnll.: of the North admit to have been' :State; of Florida., Worse than this they nk campaign, fund obtained by n general moderate! number ofulI"killcollalu.rer'> "* 1'11111

GENERAL JESSE J. FfNLEY, ndisgrafiand: reproach to their party' ? Has that such men ns: Conovcr, a man of no rapacity levy upon the ottlee-liniders of the countrywas that could\ bo provided. ,l fir in the present

l' OF l'oLl'I81.I"I'STY.; I I the :South; dictated in questions of national no experience, u cipher, shall be to put it where it would do the most condition\ of the Stnte. "'0 have a very

policy ? Has it selected any candidates. for undo ( O'l'rnor.hat" surrounding he .i good," and evidently it did not appear likelyto large area of country, not like the Western
l l'.lnTr IJU'I.'IJIW."CB8. I the Presidency! or \'il'l'l'reRIIIl'nl't tt would have at the capitol} What a pile I. produce. much in Florida. I5y tIle same States, settled with uniformity to a given

,'r nr, the foundation of this government I t though comprising within her borders 1 over I grirnagt of political J.a would. go up toTallahassee. I boldness, of assertion, the game of brag, a line, but scattered. In separate communities

0; t.; there have been Important lines: of differ- !seventeen million* of people-he{ has accepted. What a ray tag; and bi.b-tai! promise of money was obtained to carry over\ a broad. expanse of country. These

; pence neparating tile two great political pure the, candidacy,\ : for one of these high offhes: army of l petty officials would flood\ the land Florida.. colonies as they maybe called. are plantedby
'. 1 lieu ns: to the true nature and scope{ of our ofoneof the most" successful and I conspicuousloaders an.l fatten on the spoils.We I Mr.[ Hicks! it Is said 1, in Maine[ is now taking !some few enterprising" pioneers. They

w vrovernment. \ of(the Union: army, and. for the other, cannot, believe that even the most pnr-, the other method\ of firing the Northern obtain a foothold clear up land, plant trees,

The colonies, after the accomplishment: of of one of the most pronounced Unionists ti: nn Republican: national or :State, nativeor heart, and is full of the "outrages": and and. show how success! : can be achieved.
::1' onrutdeiendenceofthegovernment of Great in tho North. If the Democratic candidates: uew-contcr, will by word or'Ite jeopard oppressions of the Southern people upon/ the Neighbors and friends follow them and with

\; r.ritnln n'mauuslcp'arutu governments Independent are elected the South hoics| : to see un end of his, material interests t I. present' nnd future, poor oppressed' .. Republicans."' His fertile a healthy and natural, albeit moderate
I k; of each other, but hound. for the I the aggressive 1 political warfare waged for so by even passively withholding Imagination can invent facts to suit the occasion growth the neighborhood i is enlarged and n

,I lime by an alliance or confederation fur mutual ,I many years: and as a natural result each an Rather, we arc confident that hi".otl"l anti among the rural populations of prosperous community I h established. Had'
t protection and support. ingress of Northern people{ as to bind the looks: at it face to face, lie will not I Maine[ he may find some credulous souls: they all come nt once without experience

+ The federal constitution was formed to give North and the South by the )bonds: of rela support Conover, but will support IJlox- who may be led to believe his )[unchaul'Ienl' themselves or the direction of others with

I greater cohcslvcness: and strength to thecoml tionshipnnd of common interest. We desire ham who will continue the good work of but ns a general thing the Down Eastern of !sickness induced by hardships and privations

I ,, t fact, and the union of the I'tate''I.i formed that this shall he the case, that the war i Issues\ making Florida a State that all of her citizens :Maine are too accustomed to the j litical they might and probably would have
under iU general desigimtiun of"The United l shall die out and with a new generation we : will be proud of. If intelligent fel preachers to place much reliance upon their made. a partial failure It is therefore betterto

"tat' of America." The constitution\ was shall strive to Irult'r: { UHHI] the live issuesof : : low-citizens of whatever lartwill thoroughly political clap-trap, and) the gospel of hate has make haste. slowly. The character of the

r( Its organic law, and the power of the federal the present, hl..t'n.1Jf quarrelling over I investigate, compare and examine been too long made use of to have much immigration into Florida compared with
I! government wait! prescribed) hy the provisions the dead issues: of the past.\ Then so far ns the record' of the Republican administration : effect. They cannot have failed to note the that which comes from abroad ought alsoto
of that instrument. human lane finance tariff and other national questions, of eight years, and those of the Demo discrepancy between' what Hicks and Cono be a matter of congratulation to us. In

xungc 1 It incapable of absolute precision: of are concerned parties: will be formed in the I cratic-Conservative: government for the past ver !said in New York to obtain funds for the the place of unskilled labor in moss, without

meaning, so as to convey the came idea. toall South as in tho North, as was the case before three years and a half, we have no doubt campaign, and what Hicks[ says on the"tump capital needing in the outset support and
mtndi[ : the meaning of some portions of tho war. tllt'Y111 conclude that no change; should be to the contrary. A fair election and an honest help we have received the very best class of

I the constitution: has always been a subject of made, at least now.SEXATOK. count I is, the dl'clarl..llnh'lItiollof the Democratic settlers! -men of industry, (capital intelligence
')lispute I between those who wished to amplify REPUBLICANS AT THE SOUTH. party of Florida. The only instances and enterprise ; men who have from
and those who wished to limit Its pow There i Is a large class of Northern Republicans C. 15: JONES of oppression" on account of ioliticallew:04: the start helloed[> the country and added to.

,.'1'11. This: divergence of construction led to men who have become citizens: at the This able distinguished, son of Florida we have so far heard of, is: the not uncom its wealth and productions; men who have

the clarification\ of individuals into parties, South, and who have material interests here, has l been, and is rendering valuable-1rervice mon one of the |>ersecution of colored Deut brought experience, judgment and character,
one holding to strict construction and the who will vote for General; Hancock, They to the cause of Democracy throughout the crats by those of their own race who never and have given an impetus to thccommuni-

I .lhcr to what wus called a liberal construction I believe that he will secure for Republicansall [ country. Our exchanges peak in most laudatory hesitate to dulldozc their fellut\ \;s. Doubtless ties in which they have located and have contributed
+>f the provisions of the constitution.: and more than General C Garlield would ; terms of His efforts in Indiana wherehe after the election Mr Conover and the partyprl.'l'1 to the prosperity of the State. Such

The Ilepubllcun party as it was called in for the Ittt'r'I'n, if he ,,would cannot has been sj caking) in company with :Senator : will set up the cry of fraud to accountfor a class of new settlers is not to be measuredby !

f the days of Jefferson and Madison: ; held to a abate or temper the sectional hate and continued McDonald, of that state. defeat but in the face of the emphatic- their mere numbers, but by the substantial -
; ttrict construction. The Federalist to that extreme partisan methods of the Republican : We have long felt that an exchange) of declarations New York, the statement will l addition) ) they make to the welfare of the

i I view',,'hlch would, in all doubtful or admissible party. speakers if of the right kind, between the receive o-s little credence the brag of being community. They are welcomed among u'".
t'tI.'Il'S. increase the powers of the These Republicans here want [pence, anti North and South would IK an effective able to carry the State does now to sensible with enthusiasm, and in the language of Mr.

federal government The Democratic l party they. know that no peace can be hat !so long means to a better understanding viewsof Republicans.AXXUAL Itloxham: : our candidate for GO\'t'Mlor-ut-

t now holds the tenets of the old Republican sectional hostility: prevails. With (General the respective sections, as well towards CONSUMPTION OF LU3IJSER tE'r..lth'c! years since-we say "Godspeed to

1 # party, and the present Republican .party Hancock as President! the j people of all each other, as on all questions of a national I AXD ITS WASTE. every settler who desires to become a citizenof 1.
4 Lands+ ou the ground of the old Federal sections! are safe; harmony assured, and the character.It the State ; whether they flee/ from the des- ;
The annual consumption of lumber I is, estimated -
.Hrty. road to Improvement and prosjicrity" is: madeeasy. is unfortunate but true, that a partisan I potis ms of the Old World,or the ice-bound
at from 3.V to 4on feet capita for I,
1'he Denuicratic.( party believes\ in f..I11illg There are now no great national questions press seeks more the !success: of party than per regions: of the North, we welcome (them with. :
the whole of the
population amounting -
the old paths, and confining; the state and of war tariff or finance which divide the enligntcnment\ of the people, and the country open arms and a generous clasp of the hand
the of
federal authorities to the strict limit of the parties' politically. Il'hatai.t concerns truth is often suppressed, even if wantonmirepresentations to enormous quantity twenty-four to the !sunny glades of our own Florida."
thousands of millions of feet At this ratethe
s their constitutional( functions. The l Republican (tl I.' people, especially" : at the Southf is that are not made. to attain
forests of the will be
tJ'' party, under the assumption that the the sectional and race tIIll ring combinations party ends. The great reliance of the Republican piue :! country soon THE' war for the Union was successfully'
national government i is supreme in 111thillg't. \ kept alive\ and. made a partisan issue at party i is sectional hatred and animosity exhausted, and the pine forests: are never replaced. closed" more than fifteen years ago. All!!
The waste of our forests is enormous classes of our people must share alike in the
1 and whatever the dominant each election, shall: cease, and judging from
partyleem and the masses: of the North are fed
blessing>; of the Union and
and to extent useless. Underour are equally concerned
I a great : }
desirable is a rightful subject of legislation the po.it and the present action of (the two with detractions and! misrepresentations: of i! in its pcrpetultand in the
one-half of proper
Congress that the state national parties, they see that one and only present system nearly administration of public affairs.
by ; are mere I the :South ; and when these are corrected by We are in
t ; and have of these is sectional in its I tree is left to rut on the ground or to furnish a state of profound i eace. Henceforth let it
\ municipal corporations no powers one, parties the press: of the South, that of the Republican
fuel add to the mischief of burning off be our to cultivate
I II""y'r. to ); purpose} sentiments: of
$ luitsuch o.s the general government; does not appeals\ for support and to be continued in North takes good( care that no anti
party friendship, not of
the twwt4. an intense heat, destructive of the animosity, among our
f' choose to exercise Though sorely battled in the thin !- such corrections shall ever reach its readers.If fellow citzcns. Our material interests, varied
M.I1. What is, called the lap of the tree I
The democratic jurty is: ol'IOIN'I1 tn centndizalion term movement yet the same spirit exists representative men North and South and progressive, demand our constant and
I would furni>>b millions: of feet of second I united efforts.: A sedulous. and
j in the to the (the leaders tn make scrupulouscare
government, aleurp among a strong !government would make an exchange during an exciting
class lumber suitable for of the public credit.
posts, fencing, and together with u
tion of {tower, to the exercise of j>owers not I which means a continued. domination political campaign, the truth might reach the slabs nohun&e.l with great trouble wise and 1 economical management of our
grunted. It i- certainly, therefore, the Con- over the local affairs of the states. The intelligent the I>eople, and could not fail of most beneficial governmental expenditures, should be maintaiueti
I could all be manufactured into laths, fence
:ervativo party of the country. The sub-, t white people at the :South, whatever rc.ult.1111 why should not this be in order that all IH.TMOIS may be pro
l pickets, roofing strips, poultry yanla: andvegetable tected in their rights to the fruits of their
U. Democratic' institution have been their former
a : lAdhical
system "
treasury may 1 done now? At one time, perhajw, it mightnot own industry. The time has
crates.:: We destroy but do come to enjoy
: as the old United Mates haulwai a Federal affiliations, do not wish, and will nut assist have heen desirable. The existence: of I not the substantial benefits of reconciliation. As
; institution hut-no would dare in that shall their local I create and we injure instead of cleaning up one people we have
one now to I iprntwse any }policy place slavery wa..IlI1.1 not unnaturally repugnantto common interests Let
;' to substitute the one for the other. government in the hands of dishonest white the Northern heart and mind. It was a I and benefiting our timber lands. They act u* encourage; the harmony and generou-
office'-seekcrs I more w i-dy at the North. Nothing is wasted, rivalry among our own industries which,
or ignorant freed men. pelf prominent feature in American {tolitic!'*, and will revive our languishing merchant
the sawdust is utilized and the marine
even tail
Till SOLID SOUTH preservation }points: out the only safe way, could not escape di..cu>ion ; and the viewsof I extend our commerce with foreign
uf of their mills than
more the
one earns
and that is to elect a brave and honest nations:!, assist: our meJ''hanb.lI1anufa'h1rt'
rile Northern Republican press> and atturnJ1'J way I Northern politicians would not havectruck '
I whole plant of ours. and producers to develop
J rutors with the the and honorable executive. chord at the truth, and our vast
harp greatest gusto! on a :sympathetiv: resources and increase
It is important to our new vegetable-grow prosperityof our1eople.
of "the solid It is I of Southern the North. But .
expression South( a tot politicians at f jag industries that the crates should be fur- '
well-known fact to all who are familiar with lJ."OI.ISIlI.VJllllJn TKAItE TIll.ll't..1\ now there oils no sectional issue. There isno Iubllc office is a trust! : not a bounty bestowed j
I nUhed at the least 100)t."ible cu t. By using the holder
the tate of affair in the Southern States, I Ii The term deals apply to Ml) and Ixt. national quotion. tliat ranuol be as fairly I up the wasted material now thrown away, I or dishonest" upon" persons should, ever no incompetent be intrusted
i that |lolitical affairs for several years; have I All lumber over 2} inches (thick up to 13 and candidly discussed Charleston or New the cost could be diminished greatly. with it. or if appointed they I should be
f J engaged their.attention to a very limited t Inches w ide Ii ('a1l1..IIlank ; above 13 inches Orleans as in Faneuil Hall. promptly ejected. The basis of a substan;
degree. They have been forced to devote' wide i is ,'all.t'id stuff and over 1 H inches We could name many: Northern Democrats Tire ::J.iS.\L SERVICE.-The death of Gen. sal, pruuical civil service reform must first F

turir( attention to the recuj,eration of their II, wide (called l l'ult'lIuant". ; 2 f and :21?l by W are I I who could do more valuable and effective eral flyers, who Initiated and ln.Tfec.ted the be elective established offices/ ;by If the they People-fix a high in filling standard the

Jiupoverbbed! country, to the gathering up I 1'811..1.1.'al.+, but under iHnches in width and service to the 'uu"e of Democracy and I "signal service, will probably lead Iota reorganization \If qualification. for office, and sternly reject
cT the wreck left from the civil war, and to : :3 incite thick they are buttons, yet by custom ,, the country in the South than they ran by of the Bureau the military signalsin I the corrupt and iuconieteut the result will
providing for the maintenance ot their state ; of trade :3x" U: always sold u.s a deal.and sl-aking at the North ; and we believe the I charge of the Engineer Department of be decisive in governing the action of the
servant whom
ami uunicij'al| l governments. The carrying 3x7 as I a batten In this country "l I..>ard" i "aiue U true of Southern statesmen" as to the army and the commercial signals and power.-W. S. they JUxcocK.intrust with appointing

7 out of these pUl'Jot* "mccssarilyrequirnlthe I U applied to lunuler U Inches thick over I their Influence North. } weather observations h. charge of the Agricultural

I united effort of theproj>erty-holders and the j that it is: called plank ; fcdtntlhigisapplied to '! Senator Jon,.. i h t-UdenJly qualified for 1 It'partmeut. The value of the HICK, and Conover. says the Pensacola 4
best talent of the country. The dim.tion oft I .mall-aized squared Mick*. and timber to ;! this work. lie is cool 11U'Jl..t. temperate Joi.i niat service has been great and U daily becoming I II Gazette, insultedeyen their party when they ,

laW, the providing the means of trans i large squared t.tll'L. : battens are narrow I' and conciliatory : and thoroughly .tlucatedin greater. tl't station are increased and Committee represented that to the National Republican {
they could
l->Ration, the enlargement of manufacture board :3x1ure.s; i and imbued with IVtnocratic principles. wider area observed : with money carry Florida ,

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t ; SCHOOL )UISTIoa;: l idly displayed f in the letter in which llaiie'ocl 11.1NCfCIi-" 7131.IN LVTTVltS. I I do not act nt emce because in your 1nl 1- evidence of the growth} and prosperity.. nf We I .

. The 1'lnrl'Hnn, with it. u"iial pointed; amindisputable discounts the mmorofthc contemplated "ci:- NMV 35. ." The Life( of Gen.. instruction you say, wmt/' send a ('OI1lny great section to of our that rommou teincp country popular governments -
-- will venture Kay
of which I "omtMIl'
barrack as
lire leaving
I logic; of fart', hnknocked: : : over .III1llll'prt'l'nlt'III Hancock, published bv D Apple-ton! .f('0,1 th'II with un were organized\ among men, there
( se'iuling ol'll'l1t1l'4! there as" likely "loinereaseurereale discretionary
the main aiiil most persistent inisrepresentatiuii" apprehension' for which then' contains his, correspondence with (lcn. ( the :IJUt of ieectuber,1870) II, (from St. 1\\i1. has never before this time been found uparty

of the Radical:: nrators and press' of is no real foundation." The accord.I betweci man of December, 1 1'41(! and January: 177. 1 am very I truly, your, in existence In any country the, which evidence 'rd

the Mate. The :school ten' |hri'r I the two l'IH'ral11I", : to have been perfce t in the courseof! ,, the letter' alreadyLriveitotbe "\1'tsrmrt.r> S. I\S'K. has ii direct intll'N.t in antagonizing of mled
question and
: \ l
( any
I written at of the preisperity growth
and I : public, :I'ollloli. ( : .
it is
ileawtnttonote how
1'011.10"1' nnd nIT, and, hand( ,! 11'1,1111111.,) each very ) : eager/ alit Mo., DcTc-mber 2"<, was ndtlresseil 1 ( I IajUl'n. section of that cnnntr)'. The 1'lulhl:1lnrl < tv
prompt' i is" to disabuse the mind (Ithl'\ titFFet'l.TY.
TUK held to
died a:< a capital l"'l' of eamp.iijM, thunder: I other on IhIIIjl'l't of mischievous and disquieting I hl'rIHII. In the letter writh'1111'l'lmht'l' I ) : may, therefore be inul
Hancock's On the Rill, e>f January, (len partie
of tin- Radical: ("Jen. Ilai 'oektvilh hi-. granting (l'l. application IiI Illco'k among ofn
The gist arirnnn-nt has" heci\ rumor: : \ (hen that he had
. (Car.tndolet i wrote to
to t to 111.h' h'rlu\ !l
go wRl'haw
that they (the Rndie'ids) established: : he-m-il, clear: head and. cool judgment, !\t'l'lIto" liaviimmc'diately : ( the .1 t'I\ (the only one):to po. I busy that he hattot written, as be had intenclcd TIIF. passions comiecteel with the The >r
perceived that the act l.t"t'alill"thl' flowinalhl"lol r since subsided at the memeirv '
) Ions fonth.
; acknowledgment o1
t i the orders :sent tl thl
cent !sehool system, which ha been\ ruthlessly I < and
I'1t".toralc'Oll1l11i.-ioll favori'd who
the clcctioi those bravely
: He "I 1 fell I
j (kit. commanding Ins letter from says :
I'le'side'iit linger
the to
l destroyed by the Democratic administrution. of Mr. "In besays "1 11 I by I still holds its In the pieiur
Haye my opinion, the the : Gen. t In point of fact. the on 1dUlII"e I gives to Governor Hayes chances he did not I said iKpaitment' II: 1I1 orders'lllh.to at the !ll'l'rl statutes and one or two \lhl'r people, and ,the tears of parents, children
have before. 1 1111\\'l'l'on'idcred that 31 Ir. Tildens(1'ancstvereiuupreguiahle : linger aid friends, will still sometimes fall
made was in the direction of carr.ving ou t I : < Not so MrHendricks's. I him the ol not tnIa.. I am Tin' upon the last resting place 1(1..1'
President to through Secretary hOI.-hunlin./
the principle previously adopted of havinj Now it sc-ems to IIII'I that (GovHaye's ; dislike1 proposition for u joint rl' t\ the past. This is as it should '
the school tux IIP 1, in a relative proportion tri< has: something more than: an cquachance. ) I much War. to TIl"l'l'l'have our soldiers not I illrI connection peaceful solution of the 1'11 presidential I I it titles.titin people" did not still hold the memories of theConfederate

the State tax nfune-hatf, ami the estimate t foi \ ." At the same time he sees a tllIIlt'rin with the legislative body, but orderscoming If it be'comes a 1\11\1. in my opinion, : dead in honor we should blushto
the compromise plan which other publicists 0 chancTS he did not have be called Southerners. Hut the bitter pas-
have be \ to Haye's
:State tax proper being put at live trill, ti-! Ih'ln'-i.I\'nt: to nh'p"\ cives ( strife have
: dreade-d, at the time1, namely, "that tin' 11'01 but thus far before. I have considered that Mr. Tilden' lions engendered by eleadly
State tax remained: nt one mill for shoopurposes I IIl'f'lItl'.1III1iIl11': might appe-af! to the Su TIt\prevcnte-d hlllrl't'l'th'lt.arms between chances impregnable. Not so Mr,. /lnl'\ptisseriuway, As to the cl'liolll'l'rinj

with the privilege to the eoimtiVto -. I'r\IIl''onrt e
levy two mad a half milts more, makiiir I ) dee-isioiis.\ Bath generals seem thave I illl:1'llll'ti"I"1. Hancock ((not includedin lI Hayes has something jnore than an equal hug to do with any "Intlnt" feeling. I .0 V
strongly deprecated! the use of 11'1'1 '' the puhihectrrespnndencelcxpressssoneuuca.imless ) chance, but the delinitc results cannot hI'forl'shndowl"1 consists satisfaction with redemption frolclrlhnj
the school tax three and. a half mill", a tae \ \ civil (11111'1", but Sherman Mitt so rathebecause I ofa Fortunately trouble nerd tot rule, anxiety for the maintenance,

probably much in excels of the school lax : it put' !' the army in a had positioi which he bail tIUt'I'l'"lt seen stating thai newspaper he was report to be, pru' :il t by the use of the uruvshould devotion to the Union nndthct

in many of the states. The 1'1",11'; puts" and injured its mtrnle, arable Hanceiek: took I ordered from, New 1'nrkanti nly'eurstoltvt'fitrnislacd I.. the bill become 1 la\v. If the bit constitution, and opposition to centralization oth--
the* broader ground that in lime of \\"II'l'0111' the for the following letter passes! anti lien Grant vetoes it, i1 rr. 'I'i idesu's There i is no war feeling Intent or
the whole matter in a tut- shell as follows ,: civil proccsj-es were (..nlirda.ll"l'tatl', an,1Ihat o"'loill Sherman"IlKViHjns. chances be stronger trwie. in this. What we wish i is peace C and 'Ieel

Now the ofHcial farts how that notwithstanding I tlIectnldnymentofthearmy under such 11'01 Hl'l. : taiuly if wl tumid his (' lll'l'fo1''t'r. pW\titv., and with the success of the Dem) -

the reduced revenue with whirls circumstances was! unconstitutional, as w'l1!' I : AnatA OF TitXln:1 ST\T :, measure Public opinion will strrngthei ; ., we tl'11t. under Providence.
the schools have been operated since the as needless-lhnltunnre bun.A "\VvsniNeiTON. December I7,1M71. his position, The in the compromiseiiuc'stion. will ,-011' both these: great blessings-Mobilrtteglttcr a

change in the law, there have/ been orllIl1ilt..1lI'arly 1 i "Mv lhlllstn1",1( : : jourpeMe-e of : or joint .tnjl.r\ plan, is tba1 ( ( )CI.), .Auyiitt z'U.(1KSFityT. .
half at many additional schemls! < llrht'll tll'/'llbh/ reports defeated, candidate to (tilt' ..tr
SUUlKbTIOFOH OUIl MIL1MLX. iiIl' It I the might appeal.\ GIIVXT made n little speech at
in,? the i>at three yean as the :(')' illT-// ; Ilin. il Mcvvpaperabout your brio Supreme Court un grounds of illegal (uu llfioinington. III., last spring, which! ought
management succeeded in putting in : I orI'rt',1 from New \ork. I wi tell you that I II e'onsfitutioiial) 11'i"I\I". I am very 'truly' I in 'e
tion in the preceding, : eight. According to a I We I'l.lil'Iltat in the in"I'lIliollh'tl\ i not a w url of truth il 11"1. Xltlll'thl' WiNFin.nS. HVNCOI'K." to be IrinleI hlepubltcan1ourialsattetate'1times the
yours the heat oi political cau-
statl'tnl'l.madl'! hy Mr. !Hicks in a "public below theiei-eagood 1 I thing fur our mill men, I President nor Secretary of War '

t iIressdeliverd, in the Representative Hall I not only to get rid of a good deal of troubleexpense I timated to 11' such u l"I.o-t'| : )and I know 1 1'll 1'\Slln .\6IITIt': "a: He It w'lll laid : "operate\It ns be a 1:1h\.ll'ta-

the night following the inauguration of I and( danger by file, but lo get ivaluable (have never said a WII.1 a ",'lnhlt' ( hl'l'lll writes the closing. letter oithe this tive.occasion to refer tinny to my through thC
,. l'l.
1 I in I the [ trll
Governor Drew, the total number schools to I that etlcct. see Ir/lull/ll' i is datcWashington <'
eurrespnhilenceuvpuLli'hed States, nnd to I have seen
in the State at that time WIIl1''I'1t !i""drt.dthou I l'OI"i.I\'rlilll for. their sawdust.: Louis]J that not only' was 1\lt'I' made, January*, He said I: ( HJthl'T I have been gratified at
h his repent'' for the preceding/ year: One of our tir.t t-class: !saw mills, makes \frutr but that[ I d iv-(roved it and 1 tore exit the' era-The( passing ot the bill for ('tllling I'n-} while traveling.in nil the reoetllousiitates my

". y 1870, does not show that number. In the I J.'' $\ to .OjJ bushels: of saw-dust: a clay, leaves in the record book, containing thecopy the e'lee'toral ,'ni', tt'pruved} by the Press 1 rl'\lol recently Florida on n yway
I and is invention l'hilllphl\to
11 rt'a r under )Democratic management t thing was" an -
: : which, will wc'igh say 50 to lit(! pounds to tin TIl' wh"lt who wants to create dent!, cuds, in my' judgment all ptssibhdulger to Iltl ,'\Ul via
the total number had increased to right 'tll/I-1 by somebody of disorder in e'onnec. 1avlnll. ; all
dred anti iii/hty-etcn! and t the second'I year I bu -II'ls a fuel, of course, i is worth 1 1'I alilil. The 1<1"1 is true about .1011 1\liol with('olfl"ill the presidential 11': 1lllrC lio. 1 I Texas the rebellious! fml states n. thus and passing)it will bo through agreeableto
President of the
reached illlll'ItllII"I'I'f President ad inter
word, the schools iucreitsedtlearlythrrrhutIced ) to the North cheaper than they' senate 1! lt will nl I
( in number in the first I two year tinderDemocratic. im. He has told 11' that be ha'II'I'rhl'lrtl: : 11,1': >4 1olli.al: hl'.ll'jl'. me l"'I'1' city through which passednndaccepted The
can send from the ".l'sl. that he : tltl'rl : nearly all of thl'I by me.
the ? !
: rule subject brltu'I ; wOlllllot i is, to be the next President Ir ,' Hlli'Il dc-corat in everS'stateflint
is i same illl'1'1'0 /'l'1
Dining the I third year there were still either A C.KKVT IS\'FTOX. the I prefers $ Th'rl'\'lrt'l\ with the consent nl.l upproval here to-night. The Union ling
additions. and for, the aceonl- now of the committee em tllt! are seen
enduing l'Iat.
twirlll of the War, now of
IIh"'lt.walt floated us everywhere, and
II'l'rllr\ eyes
Adicrtimf over
The 1 tl
ing to the itemi/ed estimates\ otill'\ IIl'h01l1hllml l I/d tI/Itf.iI. : de
1 1:1' I to troops, temporarily familiar
the those states are
of Chie-ugei : A in- Inch's "Xoserinuselanges 1'Ir | ,
in the several counties t"fllI",1 says l'I'mnrkltle 1'hcletter com : l.t'oll"lil
mc tachcd back, to the "po.t"
as as possible with a and look upon it us
inn has : and "C1 yours
just in command being :
I urdreiltuu'ialecasclwulswere( are 1lnll'lplah'd.
pruv'iiledfur. '
one \'ollltI'.III1 before the with this ex
Jllllt- eiivupie'd ( ;
ed by a resilient: I when they are yuit maj be sine that 1 willgive that twelve 'clol. now thir guaranteeing to them nlthl'righ untlriv-
(rank side liy side: in point of surliest notice. ('t'plol. l'IIPI\i"I. lieges of w\hollt
Hilt besides: the increase in the number of illortII'IIn.llltilih' you tIll Thl'rl'art'I'I. ) tliee'quivalcntof regiment t, remaii 111'l' pco\h' of servitude. -
scientific tl'CI. 1 race, (' '
schools 4. the I financial condition of rlll.t't'b will t1'l'o'riI1I on nn"chief inf'nt. who would Jlach. sow Washington fur a time" ) cOII1lnl
111'1'1 In most of the the
Kdison.; lor has for ; the Itntl' upon reception
the counties huts been \ lall'II'' the seeds of iol among
\1 10
greatly 1IIII'I'II'l"t aside ll'lI The remainder of the letter relates to I hI committee, side by side, were who
builder who
been bridge extensive '.I Il'U
the huKinning tIliij\ : many! of the county 1 in army. disposition! of the troops 10 lie orcT'I hll'k the blue and men who wore the gray,
boards were embarrassed with debts left by" oll'rlliul'4 Ili.lin 1'hil'rylJl'thl' nEl: 'LT TO Tit; CVUONUOI.KT LETTER: the South.POLITICAL, \orl reception addresses were made in part
'" 11'01 Iud
General: l,Iedith'.s vi party and were forced; government previou- This followed by the ( and those who
the blue
practical knowledge/ of ul! 1II'I'is 'ITllolct by those who wore
to struggle under these while endeavoring ; his 1 )
letter (Gen. Sherman replied as doubt
: in the : of in w XOTKS. wore the gray.'e have no reason to
operate{ the schools. In eighteen; counties lechlllilllll'lul. :He I is l'ono.I'lc.titl an 'ololii'r ir follows. : that those who wore the gray will fuli all

alone the indebtedness: : amounted to $37,- the true lalhil'sense eif the word, and(1111 brought "HKUHjrvnTFKs: AHMY UMTKD STVTKH, IT is an unjust charge that General Hancock they have promise-d in loyalty to ling
503 in of counties the
yet some th'slJ'I'ry this lv into play in his in .WASHINGTON, January 2, 1877. travels on his shape. Traveling is precisely and I the nation.
schools have flourished have
as they never
prinl111tron lie, York what he does not indulge in.TIIK ,
lone under the political management of the \' ) designated as a pat Gen. li S. J'ICcel' : -- -"

Republicans. In three years M,000; of these cnted consolidator. The machinery to be .1)hUt; ; ;.:\\ :-I"lill1ot receive your : Democrats Okotono, Miss., )hnvpassed I < WinniE AUK TiE UMTK.IJ STATKS MAU H\I.
in the 11"l'lti. \ to, having most L'H from II. LoututsslONElei-A few days ago u
obligations have been (cancelled and by thefirst employed ) 111'\.1 interesting 1'1111'1' resolutions denouhciug'illiaui AID
of January hut a comparatively small for its object the ('III'4olilttiunof Ylrioll"material I'aroiidclet, Mo., until yesterday. I 11m veryglad begonia, the lute editor( of the Southtr Mate' freedman by the name of Allen lllackaonjoined

amount will be left unpaid. On account of !, may be coutructet \ cost en\. to have your ,'icw1 in extenso upon.subjects of that place, as a ."coward Radical em is- the Hancock and Hloxham club of
these debts it can be very readily understoodthat $:?/>00, and after (completion have I capacity of such vital impoitanco.i Out nary, drunkard whose utter- this place. The Il'grO'l. iml'lately101
the value of !hool warrants must: have of compressing: fifty to one hundred standard: opinions are mostly formed on thepractice anccH in his ant hire1IJ been written tt' I finding it out, dub l',1 ,
been) greatly rCclucl"In\ some instances tons per ,day.: This consolidation\ will open : ot our preslccTSSors ; but I great make Republican newspaper capital at the North. threats of the most diabolical kind of the

they were as low as from forty to fifty centson ate in I wonderfully; thorough manner il change1 was made. after the close of the civil infliction of personal punishment a-s.. well as
the of saw-dust, waste material which TUB nomination of Hancock by social ostracism him to ask his
the dollar while now they stand very case I war by the 11'luhllt.o of the COI"Utltou thl'1I- compelled
nearly at par. may be utilized to an extent never before giving to the freed slaves ('l'rtaill ocrats was 1 confession hy that ) name to be stricken from the roll of mem-

In addition\ it may bo stated that the average thought of. In the northern lumber producing political right., and Congress tomake every issue. of the war is Irrevocably settled.. ben-of course his request was granted, but
school term has been longer ; that a districts e>f the Unite'd States, millions necessary cl\owl'riuJ '!\ riJhts. and the persistent efforts of party 1 leaden he was informed that if he desired to continue

larger percentage of the school population ( of dollars \ year may be 11n.1 througlthe This power i is new and, absolute, and organs to revive a crusade 06 hat his membership he wout be fully and
medium of this machine i which takes will cost the Republican party tens of thousands -
has been enrolled and that better qualified gres.s has i-ime-tcd laws with which we are freely protected I a any violence
and more diluent \teachers have been em the loose !saw-dust and under the manipulation not yet familiar and ucculomet1 (See pages of votl's.-I'lladdJhl' Times (Ind.). to l Ids person wo concerned ; that as.

ployed.Recently. of the consolidator! turns it out solid, 3H, 31!) and 3oO, !,
we have heard the charge that hard and ready for use n!fuel in portions ol IK!) edition l 73-'l.: I ) .\!a matter of fac. Ielislikc Tau Radicals and Republicans of Grea the list of ltnbl'r1, it was the duty of all

although the present administration has increased the country where the high {'price of coal to have our army used. iu "" Britain continue their agitation for the aboli- good citizens to see that he was not maltreated
the number of schools it has added renders the material a new and economical l'ollkt.I/t the President has the lawful of the House of Lords. The fight will therefor, by his own or any other

nothing to the number of school buildings.As idjunct. in manufacturing operations Thus : army and and has exercised lon bitter one, the landed" property InLerc1Is color, but he was tin wiilg. though professing -
tn this, it may be stated that the numberof the saw-dust- of white pine weighs about the right as believes.lawfnly and are concentrated 8 iu especially to be 1 Democrat to run the-
builtin thirty-five pounds to the cubic foot, ash forty ri and has I to I'urllltnt. risk. What this is
school-houses given by Mr. Hicks as htfllr. our duty h'l'1 in the house, of a commentary upon Itti'ailuprem"cy
the State during the last year embraced in pounds, oak fifty ) >unds. This is con- 11"llil l u with zeal and sincerity A-t to I the privileged upper classes in the : Iowlrul' it of law and order. With the1
Tensed{ the consolidator to about JII\h
his larger number by : one- the we in no \11- of time. aslavl IUPllrtof Rad
report was ll'ntall'h..tol 11'1 only a question aliorclr 118
tenth the bulk it originally Thenwdust lrc
than in preceding :year. During the 1"Il'IC't1 her least action, but to il\HI anything else ii treason. This
first three any years of Democratic rule the number offal, shavings and t recogni/.o him u President whom tho lawfully TIIK test of good government is the 111/111-/' first open resistance of that character

built was Iwo hundred aiul ticeitty-etyht, tl'r'lhlcl'(1 and Itiz.l. burns equal to aploiltCtI OI"I'J tl'cuT' to be suchperson. ness and prosperity of the people. to the United States laws upon the rightof
of teieuty-tix for each l'uII respect be manufactured pray VUI rC will can be found more peaceable and more contented suffrage that has come uuderour observationweearaestl
making an
average at cart $l..r>0 to $2 ( ) ton. than the South i ? liven 1 the
a per at
year. In this connection it may be stated frm ,l agree 11!ole method before the day and people call ujx)the United States
that the Lincoln Academy at Tallahassee, specimens eif e-oiidensed savv-elust from various hour arrives. Hut in case of failure to t1'c negroes are doing well. They are accumulating official to give this nefarious and heathenish -

and the Douglass Academy, at Key West hard all soft woods, as well as other by or before the -Hit of March, there* hI money and buying land, and getting act their earliest attention, to the end
the two buildings: for which the Republicans materials 4. were shown us, which support a vaeuuev in built olncc.- of President and ahead in the world much faster than the laboring that every man white or black, in our country

gave themselves so much credit were built the daims of the patentee as to utility and 'Vice-President, in which event the I'reahlent class in any of the Northern t!tates. lay be protected in the exercise of their

t with borrowed money which the presented- the thorough uI''ratol of the machine. of the Senate be-e-omes President pro 1t1Jort. Dc'HiMt the Tennessee Democratic: Convention constitutional right of suffrage, without

ministration has been forced to,, pay. Four and a new election will have to he \\ the venerable Klius: the colored l which ltJubt"11 governmetitis worse than

thousand dollars were still unpaid on theLincoln Is TiE Mot'NTAtNS.--Lhi the summit of der tlt law of 1702. (See title 3, chapter I. body Il''alt of President Iolk. by unanimous .fUf'C.-flilcl.'tr,

; Academy when the present county Mount Washington, New pages 22 and ICJ, 11\'isl..1 Htalltc .) I consent of the ('lventiol was invited --
school! board assumed management and it Hallllirl'.6,2JJfeet is \\1 that w(" l'Ulpareof.! to address the 1/)Iy. He was escorted to the TIIK largest rutl'llakoIrbably that ha
f' is i understood that of thcrt,500:) of indebtedness high the thermometer ranged frl Lef"T'the crisis is ups'" us, surely stand by General( It. F. Clluthul, and delivered ever.iceu Hcel II \ ( at
board of Monroe WtolW( Roan mountain, North Carolina hope that we pass this ordeal safely
owed by the school ( ; on may u brief speech approving of I Hancock( the Smithsonian Institution, on Saturday,
county, the $2,500: mentioned as borrowed (:*/; feet high, from .U to 011. While and peacefully. I wil be pleased' to hearfrom awl the state* creslit jnilicy, cloning with from "Florida forwarded by Mr. James Jiefl,

money was for the construction of the Doug he[ former at the summit hats very littlevegetation y"Ult any llI.) ," I the words : "I believe iu state credit, and who I isjn that tateuu IN..alluty from the
la Academy.. Thus the l Republicans would '\ T. Hlt.I\\S believing in that I ap|>eul 1 to you tei pay Mm.Polk Interior J Department. to
mountain of Roan
take to themselves credit for work for which the whole top tttsru.lsu OK A KU.MOK. I her bonds." He was recci veil with the Crvttilut "lfl&wlut., or dlalono rattle

Democratic school boards have had to pay. Mountain is a green grassy plain with \rich The next letter published.fILhl i is from I great applause family. It i is about eight long will
These statements are made up from recordsin it K-rfwl lower 01'1 measure twelve inches around the body, and
I ind making a ( Hancock to Gen. dates New York,
and 'arit'llora SII'rlul. old Dutchman to whip )his
the Department of Kducation may 'll lruI'sel hat twelve and u button on the end
< Led- : in summer.fsT.iTisTics Jan. 2. It is as follows : lioy, not because be did anything ratle
be relied on. Do they not prove 5en. I Irl1'1 tf it* tail. came in u woven can vox
II 7'. I'. ,S', .1 /,i"lOl I cl..e
but because he Fur
who seeks "af' S'Ulfl ri J wrung, "thoiightelamn.
with to be an ignorant twaddler, bug, and w at oncu into a largetquure -
to deceive the people and not instruct them I ) uF Tit MKTJIOIIJSTr'HCRrii.Sorni. EI'I": ( J\L : the same reason the Republicans proviso to wUII'nx llrupJ1 hide's and
with the school ,-After hush : (continue to wallop the Noah, It is thesouthern
its to the true facts connected 101al.l tr\'ul O.StIL.1 UIYWO'ullllkn i sliding cover for the ol
question? I[ have: edited the minutes! of 1IIIIIai 01- lou to the Secretary of War, dated IxuU-. "sentmtlIt" that they continue venomous frepurt' having rl'eltoll fed

As a matter of general interest we will IVrencc of l79.! They are ready iII the -, Kv., December. KJ, IW, reached tei make 11. tmthl'1Etlllk for some rCIt i is particularly ferocious,
add that during the last six years, beginning printer.[ Here is the numerical result. my headquarters; on the !T7th of that ill of the lfluhlcl allnhli"tratul. ind its rattle is constantly on the shakewhenever

with 171 and ending with 187'J! the dinl preachers(including supernumeraries), month from the Om.t of the Adjutant-Gen- reminds 'fr 11'Iieu' any.one approaches or there ismy
people of this State have been assessed in ,. : -it\'J'a..e. 02;; superannuated, 31S-in- cral of the army It represents that in thecoitestgdaled Kith the stupidity of the JnelJc. the noise iu the room where U' kept

taxes $:-jO.! ;O.1 for public schools, or an average (rrea-e: ii: ; prt'I'IIHjJIlcrfas: ,-, uprising the people to enforce 'I late threatened to fine h\l e-ontempt of 'This monster snake is to bo killed l. dayr
less than fl white ntemlers,3l4lul-imreasc3llrtl: > ; the inauguration of Tilden and Hen- : the lawyer t/I.I him he bad better dot of
of over $J.I.'ioon a year, on ; > two for the purpose taking a plaster
fcU.OOO.OOO of taxable I'r'JllCrty, and it will ,-olored members. 1'JO.-ll'T'a.t' 2-JJ; Inlians dricks the depot at JI.t'rJ I i-i to be seizes I tut. said he, .I never felt more (-ontelptJir (ust of it. The manner of killing for this

he no exaggeration; to nay that at the lowestestimate Cl.lc! :J-increa.se. ;*ji! ; minNursind and is it exja-e-te'el tuarl clothe the Ineliiina I II a court in my life." The Hlltlfr 11) urjxwe by putting the serpent in clusccfcsc.1
three-fourths of that assessment 1111,1.. s3ellminct: increase, 31.S.N. I army of Democrats.. The indorsementon pie feel in about the same way the 1 admitting u 1

has been made on property owned by Dem'l infants[ baptue.1, :'x,011-itiereawe. 4.W2! i ; I this communication, made: at your hcud- I ItCpublic-un lenders and Re-publican rule. ch1ur alI This preserves ueponge taturk..t so witl
,, add further, that ylult- 11,7'_ ; IludrtCn dates! Dee'ember 1M, IK"'!, is as fuj- lifelike cast be taken.
()('rat We will 1Ittiz''I.J.jL.II'T'a"t. I THE Republicans in the North who *olmnly u may
"black belt," where the Republicans receive\ \ ', I I.Hil! ; lows : omcul '''ly, Re"isxtfully rlI'rn'lto lheve that every('ulofOIIIU I n the H' __ _
their greatest vote and where they : teachers, ;",5iln'rea. :J.ml ; !.IIla. (ht-n. luICHt.k. commanding division south I is a Re-publican tJ'au'he is a colored I the
contrib-I collected for <'ori- of the .\ draw IN) discriminating .
of the I 11,1:37-inerease.I.M11: ; "i ute the lea.'t to the support ought haw been at last
< !; &>,- Ge-n. linger, commanding the Jan t Nalvll. of tho 811 their capacity for -
claimant f Ianfrum
1 for
taxesis expended jjI 1.j-iucr"a'
the bulk of the school ft'rl'\\ ilonday night to witneHs a hEI.. at ,
of the South, and it at gent; Me and therefore d') not
.01 foreign lii"lol' ilepartinent |psi't sc-lf-gove-ernme-nt.
to7 all I.iI
the benefit of the colored eople. I -reported; ( confereiKvs alone, $lLs9- I 11"lot! with orle-rs tj.roiett it he corner of Union amid Cherry streets by loubt the success the, Democratic ticket
thru:1 Jdlt.I the colored Hancock and Knxllsh club of
The preacherwho I The termseif the la success would bury beyond resurrectionhe
ri3.47: frm any dalI'r. inI"Ic.
hat The Antfricttu
I ,1.H\O. city. were
TILE SlIERJUX-IIlXCOCK Coaal toxsesce.!: were (: ) and those who melt imply UI u of discretion (,1 mypart says ther 2" sectional jealousies and hatreds which
/ *nuns present, mostly (AJlurtl men, have been the chief stock in trade of w
those. l before long
counted which tn write so
The correspondence! between Gens. Sherman locattnl (G3) are not ; J'a.t' me you hut good order was the crowd
wer admitted on trial (2TJ( ) and thoe laldlg letlll. Iu my judgment there is no railtlnl. ottiferou-J demagogues and in no other
about which bo wli i.stening to the
speakers respectful at-
and Hancock in 170-77 I
wontedsanongthetravehing.rratlers lI | kind the : be so elfeetuahlyacronaplbhed,
re-admitte l ((24) are ( danger of the ray cam
i the Car- who were anonymous! ention. I. Williams til.
much has been said and of which ; 'IIU.I I Rev M. Oeo. A. Henoii and
other harmony good feeling
though nication forth at I
many sets or "
I woul
Hancock supplied suchan l John Merry arid Lyt Jones, all colored!Imen
ondelet letter of Gen.
I all the and make in
local of us fact
I the del it to to
also reckoned among < a troops
iif are 10\'NWtlt \ Il'tun.
appeared in New thl SJ made they discussed: ,
appetizing specimen have it to wllh well us in The only
Our l member 11f1 that place Iueh 8 ont tOIIe.
of Gen. I i.reachers. 1''lt lutional amid state i is
York life 1 clore' tilth in-
yesterday in a published I b"ll.
all ab colored )(Methodist me would involve iinmiM.iry exlw| -n+e, unit ivulry then would lJ in race for theeyelopnaent
column. nearly in and
Hancock, and will be found in another c reading numbers doing a good ser
h Church and other organizations.THERE would, create or illt'f' *; | for jwhich II j of des
The letters strictly private as they I lj' opal I there i-* no real "ullrdltu.iun ;I ies. "atiidi of labor wateriallrOprt\;

were arc of a sort to raise both gentlemen in are net anus or ammunition. at the Jefferson THE Kreioklyii Kiylt says: "In advance ridll. the promotion of education, morality,
the public esteem!!! as men in high military is. a Jlvr'lmau'l pair called the I ,deed, and if such a ('I'l as it f-ferrcI t.itsultl | (JC the olliciul returns, the cry is set up by i, liberty' order und all that would
'mound as well as citizens concerned for I .1".111'{ publi-.htsl at Montgomery. Ala., be raises for rebellious pijrj>.st-s. it o .very organ of the Republican: teUI to uwe u* the CorcUOt nation of the
he general welfare. There is an undertone would l lie figure from the Mouth hruualuleutnil ; ('artli grand march of human -
and it thus how that state gave so not likely that it Ix-giu by nei/iog u are II prores
( .
'IC uneasiness and excitement believer I targe a ) t'sllaih majority at the recentration I Jepot of army uniformand; therefore, if that a deliberate conpirucy .been .-WILLIAM II. KNOLKII. ,

and a tendency abfnt : .Fraud b i the cry of the lee there are grouneU for ue lion of the government mitered into by federal cn.u< tIUWt'JtON -
disturbing rumors, which are strikingly: His i of the North about the JuLl- I see no danger iu the theta)' which il the tvjuth to cheat the Norb and the The production of beat and barley Iu the
A g from what Gen Hancock writes.>> I' can ratic 1)31ar of Alabama. (it) on, sine on as will result from this I pre-cntutioa ut the subject ;ioveniiuc-nt. Uy the North 11.1 the Oov.rnment rni ted States within the last fifteen years has

temper is: always unruttted, his ejuaiimbtyneveristurbed much party and long as you please' we colored j to you. If, h'Jwtnr. in your better is meant simply Republican tr e-ble-d; corn, cotton, toha'have doubled;
,and he shows conn- I aided a the Democracy In rolling uji the u-liiiient a csiuifiany| .I.oul be sent tJ're. arty, which IU placed itself in such a po- ot have (Increased UO.O.JfO bushels;|>ota
deuce In the tu get men .
(:ll'acltyor 1 'OIle : and, don't you forget we I, stall be promptly tl"ut a noon J >itiou that it iiiktinctiveljr, instantly and tO nearly oubleII luha.11'J-
the them with.'tit I large majority I. I at
greuttruub iml'cllllmg over
I lave what
any aid (rum the military Thin 1& eiptecii ire satisfied.. notify me to that ciTed \ already nltedly auUgoiiizcs appear l the, IDore than Quethn ,


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il, i t I1111': FLORIDA; MiflROIt..1TGLf.11.ShITl..lllth.lld f lug; Interests; hare'all. necessarily; deviflvcd 117/1 CHA\(3E? His calm and dispassionate presentation' of THIXXElt OUT.
upon tlael'll1l''f'lorrnl'l' : I Iell it unnatural that, The Republican! admininistered. the State: Southern !
: tl 'v' 8: "I. -O'- bound together by common interests I and government: for eight years. We need not .f : echo: in Indiana, mind the: Northern Radicals: : who wore leaders and officeholder -

,, f -i!iI working for n common c-tid, there !should'boa review their misgovernment: for it ti i" known press! has: acknowledged. the valuable scr during the years 180S-1870; when.
s t{m IUUUTU': -< 'l'IIU; union of sentiment and solidarity! mi the by every: prol't'rt'holder and. tax-payer in vices he has rendered, towards carrying the: this :State: : was under a Radical! government:
I", part of the Southern States: ? the State who wa a resident: and the intelligent October elections, the importance of which we were somewhat surprised nt the conspicuous \ -
I. t t The riiiht of trial by jury, the hnbrni corjnu, The national questions have 'had very : Immigrant. who have come into the is fully appreciated.: And he is i not only absence: of most of them at present.
1;' the liberty of the jirctf, the freedom ofwrii, little: to do with producing this: result, except :State: since 1870; must have learned. their aiding Democracy in the present political Richards! Hillings, Denny, heart, Chase,

t': 'k.t I ,1 the natural right of jiertont, and Site rights of that the porsistant course of the hki: 'ub- acts. In brief, they from first to last despoiled : \ contest but he 1 is:adding. to that reputatloihe Adam\, Fraser, Morgan, Hibbs. :: Kninions.McLin : ,
: ./Ji; )*rnprry, mast l>e. prraerlcd.-RN.: HMVNK, lican administrations: which have been in the people\ from year tll year ; they increased I already enjoys in the councils of the and Hamilton have died ; J. B. C.
..,1 in General: Order: No. 40, Nov :20, lsi7.( power since: the war, have: always"been felt: to the taxes:: I became\ : more and more nation, which has Inl'will enable him to Drew, the Dockrays. LittlelbeldVelclm: Austin : -
'" -.; .tfllflHll can ttUtmiduJe/ me from Juimj! what be one of oppression on the white people, : of extravagant: (created a State .debt, and high better serve the immediate Interests: of his Cone, the younger Reed: : Little, :Math
] I I bdtt.'lIe tit be honest and right.-Wl.NTIKl.U the South, and this: to 11111'111111 extent as to 1I11110In, town, county and :State; :, the ofli- state. We have reason to know that there ers, 1'urman, Steams! O:
'. (' SCOTT HANCOCK. .___ place the control of state and municipal i; cials:l were not generally honest: ; debt, dishonesty are few men in the: Senate of the Unitei; score of others: who assisted: ", the returning
( affairs: in the hands of an ignorant tind. disqualified and. defalcation were the: rule:, with States: who are better: qualified to serve: their board appointed: to federal: offices:: abroad. ; of
,. FOR PRKflPFNT !tt race, IC'III by a few unprincipled' adventurers rare exception ; all this their own records constituents than Senator Jones: ills ability the few remaining in the State, Cowgill, Al-

I t' GENERAL W 8. HANCOCK, and supported by the power of the how i is admitted. and hill deportment Is: such. us lIen, Potter .rusticating up the St. John'sin :
OF PKNXlYI.VAM\ federal government.: No !people anywhere: In 1 1876; the administration passed. Into the to make many friendand few, if city the pinl' woods:: ; Governor Reed, Arcloibald

FOR VICE-PRFIDENt: : would do otherwise: than the Southern people Democratic-Conservative hand* ; f first: what enemies.We : Orcelcy: : Cheney and others are not in
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, have done in seeking to regain: the control of a contrast 1111111'11, us compared\ : to the out understand Senator Jones: will soon sympathy with the Radical State ticket ; Co-
I L OF INDIANA.HTATE their state and municipal government.and: : 1 us going offil' al'l, Well, we leave that to those! : return to the state to take an active interestin mint, Durkee and Driggs are quiet. This
the first! :step to renewed efforts: for progress, who know them, the old and the new.: Hut the campaign where his knowledge of leaves but a few, very few, active leaders,
I'JU:' YifENTIA EI.'TOn: 4. to endeavor to seeurcthe: guarantee good three: short years have passed and what does public matters! and impressive: address. will and these are all nominees-Conover: Led
AT L.t nr E : local governments: the only !protection to the record show! ? Taxes decreased: salaries contribute largely to the success which certainly with and Uisbce, to make their own canvass
SAMltKI: PASCO, of Jefferson: e County.ALHF.RT person and property. During what I is usually : lowered, offices discontinued: ; State:, county awaits! our candidates. hoth state and.; unsupported by the old leaders. We ought
., ; J. IW "mU., of ]naval County 1'I\1Iellihe earpet-hng administration, all and town expenses reduced, ; the State floating national, and we shall be prepared: to welcome not to omit Dennis/ who is running his! own

FIRST I'ISTKICT : effort wo paralyzed: all enterprise: checked, debt paid. off; the counties, most of them, )him with a hearty : well done. machine. -
'P i J. I YONGK? of Kswunhia County.KF.CO.NI and all progress" :stayed ; but the moment out of debt: ; agriculture, commerce, manufactures --
( ; I. ) MfTKICT: I that home-rule was restored, the local government Increased and developed ; immigration FKEKItOM 01 BI CTI0.YS-.1 FAIR' I.1IJIIGltAl'I0X-OX
t THOMAS 1'I'. KINO, Alaehua:\ 1 County. ., I'llIcl'llll1: harmony with the intelligence and capital flowing in; old lines: of railroad I COUNT view of the gratifying! results: of the recent -

and property of the country, economy improved and renovated; new railroads :\Ie !'rs. Hicks: and Conover. and particularly : census: : we have: every: reason for encouragement :

WILLIAM FOR tlOVEUXOIi D. BLOXHAM: I introduced and waste, extravagance! : built, building and to be built ; in tine, the the \latter: at the New York political : us to the future of Florida. Many
1 and. lel'ulaliolll'lIt' down, the people' of the. whole State in its length and breadth prosperous conference, with great emphasis: :: repudiated' persons' (have looked with curious I'rCi11'011: :
OF LEON: COt-Nf South at IIIHJC: took heart and the wonderful and hopC'fuJ..l.ll'll to this is the the idea that the Republicans: ,'ollllll1ot obtain the: foreign i immigration which' I has gone: I in

r !If "'OK MEVTEXAST-liOVEKNoll. : : progress:I of the last five years! is: the result of increased:, number schools and attendance: ; a fair count in Florida./ It had been" I almost: a :solid body to the: states: beyond the
':, 'LIVINGSTON W. BETHEL this unanimity of sentiment for .self-protec the building of new churches all over t the rather forcibly stated. that lhe South was solid I Mississippi.: : : We do not regard: this as of

OF MONKOK rOf.NTV.Foil ;' tion and for the advancement of all her State, which shows that education, morals ; in fact, in order to fire the Northern any great importance to Florida. A mass of ..
material 1 interests. 11'hythen, the reproach and religion; have kept pace with the mate- heart, its solidity was made a leading argument people brought from Ireland or Germany/
(IItY.t\\-'IU4T\ IHSTIIKT : of "a solid) Month ? Is this unity of effort" rial \progress.:: And yet, knowing all this, a : in the canvass. Not so," said Mr. with scant means: !, no experience: : of our cli-
ROBERT H. M. DAVIDSON, for the good of the :South to bo! deprecated( ? few otlice-sc'ektug Republicans: have the hardihood Conover.: "Give:< the money and the mate or modes\ of culture of our crops) or

I I OK OVDSDEX CW.NTV. Would] it he desirable to restore the carpetbag to ask the intelligent men of Floridato fount will be all right This:: was a necessary ::1- mode of living: thrown into Florida, would.

I ; governments which the respectable! turn over: and remit to their keeping this admission! as:: the rule for distributingthe :: be: we fear, a dangerous: experiment.: : : .\
: Pun l'O-lIlIUIII'\-IH"'IIXU: : \ JHHTWCT : Republican: ) : of the North admit. to hare been State of Florida Worse than this, they ask campaign fund! obtained: by a general: : moderate, : number ofulI"killelllal"trer,4 is nil
f; GENERAL JESSE J. PINLEY: disgrace and,l reproach to their party? Has I that such men as I Conover, a man of no/ capacity levy upon the u1Hce-li mlders of the country that could.l be. provided' for" in the present:: :
(.I OF CllLl'MBIA ( 'I' TJ \'. (lie South dictated in questions of national no experience, a cipher\ shall be was to put it where it would do the most condition. of the State.: "'0 have n very

J policy ? lies selected: any candidates\ for made, (iovernor. What u surrounding hewoul.1 good," and evidently'it did not appear likelyto large area of country, not like the Western:
I'ARTl' 1HFFEREXCES.Kronr the Presidency! \ or Y <'c"l'rc8idl'IIQ'1- I III nnt the capitol What a pilgrimage produce: much in Florida. I'y the same States: settled with uniformity to a given

'!t the foundation of this", government: though comprising within her borders' over of political\ ) beggars would, go up to boldness of assertion, the game of brag, a i \line: )but scattered in separate: communities:
1 there have \been important, linca: of ..lilli..r.f. seventeen millions peoplcshe has accepted Tallahassee. What a rag tag and bob-tail promise of moneyas: obtained to carry over a broad, expanse\ of country. These

cute separating lie( two great political purlieu the candidacy, for one of these! high offices:1, army of petty officials would flood the land Florida.Mr. I colonies: ns: they may! be called: are plantedby :
I I ( :;t, : us to the true nut are and scope of onrverlllllolit of one of the mostsuccessful: and conspicuous' and fatten on the spoils.: Hicks, it is: !said, in Maine i is now taking some: few enterprising pioneers.'! They
't: }::.) leaders of the lTnion army, and for the other, We cannot believe that even the most partisan the other method of firing the Northern obtain a foothold, clear up land, plant trees: ,
".: The colonies, after the accomplishmciit: of of one: of t the most pronounced! Unionists i: : Republican: national or State:, native heart, and is full of the outrages; and and show how success can be achieved.

,. .. <> rlndependeneeofthegovernment of(J rent in the North. If the Democratic candidatesare :l or new-comer, will by word or vote jeopard oppressions of the Southern people upon the Neighbors and friends follow them and with
k Britain, rt'lI\nlm'lll'el'l1rato governments independent elected, the South hopes! to see an end of his material interests t: present: and future, poor Itppre: t 24 *1: of each other, but bound fur the the aggressive: political warfare waged for so by even passively! withholding his vote. imagination can invent facts to suit the occasion growth the neighborhood enlarged and a
tti : time by an alliance or confederation for m mutual many years: I\lIell1'1 a natural result such an I Rather, we are confident. that when he and among the rural populations of prosperous community is established. Hail
:; protection and support. ingress of Northern people: as to bind the looks at it face to face; he will not only not I Maine he may f find some credulous souls they: all come nt once, without experience:
j It The federal constitution! wus formed!give North and the South by the bonds of relationship support ('on over, but will support IJlox- I who may be led to believe lobs hisMuuchau< themselves: ::: or the direction: of others, with
I t greater: cohcslvcness andstrengthto tlitcom and! of common interest: We desire: ham, who will continue the good work of but as a general thing the Down Easters of sickness: induced by hardships and privations -
1 t pact, and the union of the states: was formed that this shall be the case:, that the: war issues: making Florida a State that all of her citizens !. Maine are too accustomed to the political they might and probably would have
under iU general IcMUjnution of"The United I'hnlllie out and with a new generation we will be proud of. If our intelligent fcl- preachers to place, much reliance upon their made n partial failure.: It is therefore betterto
: States of America: The constitution was shall strive to \prosper upon' the live i issuesof :l low-citi/ens. of whatever party, will thoroughly political cluP-trap, und the gospel of hate hasbeen make haste slowly.! The character of the
i its organic law, and the power: of the federal<< : the present: instead, of quarrelling\ overtime : I investigate:! compare and examine ) too long made use of to have much immigration into Florida compared with
iiovcrnmeut;: was prescribed by the provisions ,dead issues: of the past. Then so far as: the records of the Republican administration :: effect. They: cannot have failed: to note the that which comes! from abroad, ought also
of that instrument. AH human language finance tariff and other national notions( : of eight years, and those of the Demo discrepancy between what Hicks and Cono- to be a matter of congratulation to us. III
r I is, incapable of absolute precision of are concerned, parties will he formed in the cratic-Conservative government: for the: past ver said in New York to obtain funds for the the place of unskilled labor in moss, without

i I meaning, HO as to convey the /lUI1C.1"\ tot South as in the North, as was the case: before three years and a half, we have no doubt campaign, and what Hicks !says! on the!stumpto capital, needing in the outset support and
all\ mind!, the meaning of some portions of the war. they will conclude that no change should be the cun trar)'. Afatrclectionamid an honest help, we have received the very best class of
t I
I the constitution has always been a subject of made, at least now.SENATOR. count is the declared intention of the Democratic settlers-men of industry, (capital intelligence !
:\" dispute: between those who wished to amplify REVUliLWAXS AT TIll SOUTH. -- party of Florida. The only instancesof und enterprise ; men who have from

: and those who wished to limit Its powers. There is a large class of Northern Republicans C. W. JOXES. oppression on account of political views, the start helped the country and added to

This: divergence of construction led! to men who have become citizens at the This able and distinguished: son of Florida we have !so far heard of, is the not uncommon its wealth productions; men who have
t j the clarification\ of individuals into parties! South, and who have material: interests here, has been: and is rendering raluable-tervice; : one of the persecution: of colored Dem- brought ex perience,judgment and character
one holding to .strict construction, and the who will vote: for General: Hancock.! They to the cause: of Democracy throughout the crats by those of their: own race who never and have given an impetus to time conmniummi.ties -
.,her to what was called u liberal construction believe t that he will secure for Republican country. Our exchanges speak in most laudatory hesitate to dulldozc their fellows. Doubtless: in which they: have located and have con,
41f the provisions of the constitution all and more than (icneral (Garficld would ; terms of Ills efforts in Indiana, wherehe after: the (,IL'l'tiollIr.. Conover und the partypress tributed to the prosperity of the State. Such

The Republican party, as it was called in for the: latter: even if he would, cannot : hasbcen, speaking in company with Senator : will set up the cry of fraud to accountfor a class of new settlers is not to be measured
the days of Jefferson and )Madison: ; held to u abate or temper the sectional hate and continue McDonald, of that state. defeat: but in the face of the emphatic hr l their mere numbers, but by the flUb tltn-
ttrlct construction. The .(Federalists that *! extreme partisan methods of the: Republican : \\'e have hxig felt that an exchange of declarations in New York the statement will tial addition they make to the welfare of the

I view'which\ would, in all doubtful or admissible party speakers' : : if of the right kind, between: the receive as little credence as: the brag of being COlli 111 un Itr. They are welcomed among u>
canes, Increase the powers of the: These Republicans here want peace: and North and South, would be an effective able to carry the State does now to sensible: with enthusiasm, and in the language of Mr.
federal government The Democratic party they: know that no peace can be had so longaw means to a better understanding of the views Republicans.AXXUAL ", IHoxham, our candidate for Governor-uttered

1 now holds the tenets of the old Republican !sectional hostility prevails With Gen of the respective sections, as well: towards: CONSUMPTION OF LUMItER : five years since-we say "Godspeed to
5 party, and the present Republican )party ('nalllum'.wk as l President, the people of all each\ other, as on all questions: of u national every settler who desires to become: a citizen
stands on the ground of the old Federal section are wife ; harmony assured and I the character.: of the State: ; whether they flee from the des-!
party. road. to improvement and prosperity: is made It is unfortunate, but true: that a partisan The annual consumption of lumber is estimated : 1- Antis' ms of the Old World, or the ice-bound
at from JWO 400) feet
: capita
The DfimH-rutic \party believe!* in f..l1.illg easy There are now no great, national questions press seeks: more the success of party than per regions: of the North, we welcome\ : them: with
t t I the old paths l, and confining the state and of war, t..rill'or. finance which divide! the enligHtcnment of the people, and the whole population of the country amounting t. open arms and. a generous: ('Ia.I'lIf the hand
the of
I federal( authorities to the strict limit ofI f fm the l'artlt"ll'"lit l'all)'. 11'Iiatnmost concerns truth is often suppressed! even if wanton to : enormous: quantity twenty-four to the sunny glades! of our own Florida."
thousands of millions, of feet. At this
heir constitutional functions.: The Repub- tU-people, especially' at f the South is that misrepresentations are not made, to attain : rate e -. .
rlf 1 I liciui party, tinder the assumption\ that the the sectional and race and ring( combinations party ends.. The great reliance of the Republican the pine forests: of the country will soon he THE war for the Union was successfully
national government is supreme in all : kept ali\e and made a partisan l issue at party is sectional hatred and animosity exhausted:: : and the pine forests: are never re- closed more than fifteen years ago. Ail
l things, and whatever the dominant \party each election, shall cease, and judging from and the masses of the North are fed placed. The waste: of our forests is: enormous classes of our people must share alike in the
I and to a great extent Useless Under leh.sings: of the Union, and are equally concrned -
a lecm desirable is a rightful subject oflegis. the post and the present action of the two with detractions and misrepresentations of (' in its |perpetuity, und in the
t i 1 at ion by Congress ; that tlwl states> are inert national parties, they see that one. and only the South : and when these: are corrected by our present system nearly one-half of the administration of public affairs. We proper are in
and have one of these parties i sectional in its tree is left to rut on the ground or to furnish II state of profound peace. Henceforth let it
l municipal corporations: no powers the press' of the South, that of the Republican -

but such\ as the general government: does not appeals' fur support> \ and to be continued in party North takes good care that no fuel to add to the mischief of burning off l'e fri our \\'IJrIIlJoJ to cultivate sentiments of
the woods an intense heat, destructive of the "m 014-Imp, and not of animosity, among our
f j IF choose! to ext'n1se. l>ower. Though sorely hatUcd in the third- such corrections shall ever reach !its: reader fellow ciuens. Our material intl.'rl'St'lIrict:: !
sot! What is called the of the
The Democratic juirty I is opposed to centralization term movement yet the same spirit' exists! If representative! : men North and :South; : lap tree and progressive, demand our constant: and
in the government, to the aUsorption \ among the !leaders to make: a strong gll't'rn.lIIellt would make an exchange during an exciting would furni.h millions: of feet: of second united efforts. A sedulous and scrupulous
class lumber suitable for posts, fencing, and! are of the public credit, together with u
of |Kiwer, to the exercise of powers nut wllidlllll'an.. a continued dominationover political) campaign, the truth might reach wine and economical of
the slabs burned with management: our
4 granted. It i is certainly. therefore the Con- the local affairs of the states. The intelligent the people:, and could not fail of most beneficial : now great trouble gO\'C'rllmNltal expenditures, should be mainained -
could all be manufactured into laths
crvuthe |party of the country. The sub- white people at the :South, whatever rc.suU"Iltl why should not this be fence in order that all i persons may be proected -
pickets, rooting trips, poultry yards and in their rights. to the fruits their
: : of
treasury system i is a Democratic invitation! I may halr''C11 their former political done ntlwt one time, l perhaps, it might own
as the ..llllTllih..ll'ilat'H bunk WM" Federal affiliations, do not wKh: and will not avistin not have been desirable. The existence of vegetable crates We destroy but do not the substantial industry. benefits time of has reconciliation.come to enjoy

; institution, but-no one would now dare to any paltry that shall\ place their local slavery was: and not unnaturally, repugnantto I create, and we injure instead of cleaning\ up me people we have common: interests.: Let:
!' l'ruJICJ toKulfttitute the one for the other. government in the hands of dishonest white the Northern heart and mind. It was a and benefiting our timber lands. They act lU encourage the harmony and generous
i, H office-seeker: or ignorant freedmen. :Self- [>rominent feature American jnjlitics, and I more wisely at the North. Nothing is wasted:: nil rivalry revive among our own industries>i which
the saw-dust is utilized our languishing merchant
and marine
even : the tail
Till SOLID SOUTH. preservation points out the only safe way, could not escape discussion ; and the views extend. our commerce with foreign
1'he Northern Republican: press and flump and that way is to elect a brave and honest of Northern politicians would not hu'e"tru'k of one of their mills: earns: more than the nations: assist i our merchants, manufacturertand

I orators harp with the greatest gusto on the and honorable executive. a sympathetic chord at the truth, and whole plant of ours. producers to develop our vast naturalrcsourrl'f
It important to our new vegetable-grow and Increase the prosperity of our
expression: : of the bolid South." It.is a so of Southern i>olitieians at the North. But l i'c i'le-
ing industries that the crates should bo furnished
well-known fact to all who are familiar with KXIILISH LUUlIKlt; TKAVK rlnus.I now there ejcutt no sectional issue.: There is Public office is a trust : not a bounty be-
at the least:: po.-v-.ible cont. Uy usingup ", towed
the state of affair in the Southern States, The term deals apply to 8xi and hU.1 no national question thai cannot be as fairly upon the !holder, no [inconsistent
the wasted material now thrown or dishonest
persons intrusted
,\ that |M litical affairs for several years have I .\lumber\ over 21 inches thick up to 13 and candidly discussed! in Charleston or New the cost could' he diminished: greatly. away with it. .or if appointed ever they should be
engaged their,ttention to a very limited inches wide \1l1t'tll,1anl;: ; above) 13 inchest Orleans: as in Faneuil Hall promptly\ ejected.: The basis of a ubstan.ial .
degree. They have been: forced to devote I wide is culled wide ttuff, and over H inchesuideis : We could name many Northern Democrats THE Sins.tLScBViCE.-The death of Hen. practical civil service reform must first ;
their, attention to the reeui-eration\ of theirjmpoverisbed called 1 panel Ixurds" ; ul1lli: : \ by Dare who could do more valuable and effective ('rill1)'t'I'S, who initiated and perfected the hu let-liveoffices t.&blisll'ti br If the people in filling the
> they fix
; standard
( country, tu the gathering up t'alll'lllll'ul.., but under ,* Inches: in width and service to the 'all-o: of Democracy: and signal!i service, will 1 probably lead ton reorganization uf qualifications! for office, and a high ('
uf, the wreck left from the ('h'iwar\ and to 3 I inchcfc" thick they are buttons, yet by custom the country in the South than they can by of the Iturcau, the military signals thc corrupt' and incom|>etciit, the result will
providing for the maintenance ot their state of trade :SxS U: always sold as u ,It'alal\ll, speaking' the North ; and we believe the in charge of the Engineer Department of be decisive whom in governing the action of theservant

and municipal governments. The carrying 3x7 as a I batten. In this (country "ImanU",, same U true of Southern statesmen as to I the army and the commercial signals: and owcr.-W. S. they lUxcocK.intrust with appointing;

cut of thcaopurlst. ebmecrsarilyrequiredthe. I is applied to lumder 11{ inches thick]' over their Influence North. i I weather observations it, charge of the Agricultural i

s umitelettortoftheproprrtyholdcrsanti the that it is ('all""IIlanl;: ; 1tl'Ul1tliugioial'lIl: 1 to Senator Joints i* Ideally[ qualified furI I Department. The value of the I HICK and Conover. says the PensacoLi '
'+. ; best t talent of the country. The direction oft I small-sized squared sticks, and timber to j this work. He is: cool, earnest, temperate signal service has been great and is daily becoming 'j!I represented! even their party when they R
UW, the providing the means of trans- large squared stick batten-' are narrow 'I* and conciliatory : and thoroughly educated greater, as stations are increased( and I i Committee to the National Republican
I that
patatIon, the enlargement. of manufactur- Iward-: 3iil or le>-... I I I In, and Imbued with Democratic principle' wider areas observed:: I I I with money they could carry Florida




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:I Tin: SCHOOL OVKKTIO\ ally I displayed: : in the letter in which Hancoe' lUXCOCK-SIIMtMAX: LKTTmtS. said, tIll not act at once because, in your evidence of the of growth our common and prosperity countryVe of ) .

The Flnrl'Hnn/ ; ; with its usual pointed /aiindisputable discount the rumorof the contemplated\ sei;1.' I instructions' you say, mm/' -send I company great section to that since popular governments -
I Life of Get say
New 2( will venture
logic of facNji.'H: Iw",1"l'r: : ure sendiugtil'troopt of Jelltrsnvillebarracks! : there as, and likely deprccatthit' "10 tot '- I ]I.lHol.'k YoUlI,' published,t h,1TIl. ('0., there,discretionary which I (on.tM\C with as roc leaving I returned it somewhat on- were organized \ nmllIl men found, there iv

the main unit must, persistent misreprcsetation.s ( 'reaseorereate apprehension i for which thei' ( 'I'\il'; his correspondence) with Gen. HIPInian the I5bt: of Hl''e1ihl.'r, 1870, from St. TxniK has never before this 1mI ( whichhas
in country
: nf the Radical( orators: Hurl presstlu IIf is i no real foundation., The accord l hl'twl'en I I ot December, 170 1 and, January: W, I nut very truly vour, party in existence, in antagonizing tho evidence 'ordbia
in Ii ( ., of which the letter ;III rend, ; I 5. )HANCOCK, it direct Il1t'rtt |
the two generals H'I'II1In have been 011'' \VIS.IF.I,11 of
: The school 1m ha and growth on\
qucsti'in '
:State. :
( of the prosperity
u'hcsi to the public at ('lIrlllll"i, Commanding. Un)
I and. it is to how 1'l.'rlt'I'I'1 writl'l Maj-Gcn. ,
rolled. over nnd over, ami i handled\ ,! :u'i'1 t lall',: very pleasant note ,I" December 2,<, was nlt1r"" 1'1 to (hen, I section of that country. The Republicanparty tt\
eauli to disabuse the ? LTY. be nuomnl-
prompt} is : Ihl' rttKHIDKNTIAL WFKICf be to
died a.* a:1( !; [hand, other! on 'the subject of mischievous and diigneting -.- I Sherman. In tlH letter. lcltllrI On the TiE lltth of J\\1\I', mien. Hancock our) among may, parties th'rrfol" h'J innd
The gist, : IIf the Radical: argument liiih'(' ( rumors (/ten HnnC>twk"wi'h' hi" I fnuntiu'titu. 1.IHl'.el':4: 11\lillill L tart wrote to helm, ; he had: h'Cl so
( have
\ hl'rll\
n clear head! and cool judgment j t, l1'l'mtn hay I t'.lye1 Ih I I'II'l' I t\t had intended THE passions connected with the war rbor
he -
that they (the Radicals. ) established a hem-( III flllwln;; allusion (the only tae) 'to pi' busy that he not as since subsided at the South The memory -
that the of
immediately pcivei\ed nit crcaIiIIhcclv'toralw'tunmiriouflvotrdtIme ; long
to the orders senby in reply to the acknowledgment fell it i.ves
which has and
(I'lltdllJol: system, : : been millessly ( 'It'l'Iioll 'alatIt Hc'fl'rrill\ 'I 1 of those: who bravely fought ,
< ; ( from Carondelct. He :
,. his letter says
t destroyed by the Democratic ailminlration. \ i::<. of\''r. Hayes.I : "In 1 re my opinion." he says. "It 1 \ the l'I'"hh'lt' to of the linger South,, l'OIIlI.illg Gen. i herman ) wished to notice simply your reference to i!true, still holds its sway in the hearts children of it
department and thin tears of parents,
: gives to Governor: Hayes chances he did\ I other our people, :
{ In point of fail the only than;}" not said : The political to linger al the !'l"'I'rl statutes and one or two will still sometimes fall y,
have before. 1 have. considered that Mr. Til I" t.rlt in brief I will do so yet, but and fri\Iol1(
from Ihe points! a way.
in the direction of heroes ofthe i-
made was canning flllt I 1"lullhi\: prctcrred Ih"ul.l the place of the
dn'schanes!' +impregnable.! ) Not :so MiHendricks's. I r, [ him throng! the SecretaryWar. not t-day, as I ant house-hunting. The upon last resting be. If our
the principle previously adopted, of intro;; ( Nov it seems to me that (nov! icll'lt military. I dislik proposition for a joint committee insures apeaceful )est. This ilS:! it should
Thl'I'l' not \ memories of e
still hold the
the school tox he in a relative proportion t i tll Hayes 11,1'1 something; more than an cqurchance. much to have our soldiers! used[ in connettion '- solution of the presidential question e did not dead in honor we should tlC

the State tax one-half, and the estimate f"r ." At 'the same time he "l'l'II dance. with the legislative body but ordeicoming if it becomes 1 law, and, IIIll'ili01, federate called Southerners. Hut the bitter passions t
in the compromise plan which other publicists President I ba\e to be obey eiThey gives to Gov. ([ayes: chances( he not to be
State tax being put at live mills, tl t|.., I the engendered by strife have long .
proper I dreaded the time, nnllll.'''', "tl\at th f'I1 but thus fM before. I have considered; 1 that Mr. Tilden'schances del.ly .0n

State tax remained at one mill fur ,'hll,1! I defeated:tlilah' might appeal"to the :tinprelme'uurt have prevented ill a hallprl'l'l'lll.'lIt a collision' of( arms betweei were ilprl'. nuh\I\ XII so ,I Ir. since \n" l'll&wl)'. Democrats d(>ciolll'erin111inl -
purpnsesl'lihtht': privilege. the coiint!i.,,, I ( un ground of illegal ((11I1'IIn'li.tlllillnnl Now it Il'l'lI111 to me that Gov f ) ( IIH11oth. adhe
} : ll'nllril.'ks'8. "latent" feeling.
) decisions." lloth generals" seem, t., inlal1lllal'li"an-- Hancock not something more than an equal do with nay war I
and half mills nukhi I ( illdl.1e.l 11)'e.'f with
two a
to levy more satisfaction
: !
; bo consists rcdeml.lol
have the of I the definite results cannot
me troop
strongly deprecated ) X somuneasiness ,
I in I the publiceorrespondence: l' \
the school tax three and a lulf mills: a tIX I in civil conflicts, l(>ut :Sherman; did so rathebecause I ofa : Pf'l'l .Fortunately)' trouble ttef/I not carpet-bag rule anxiety for Ullinleuam'l.lf .. P.u
on f'plrt furc1lhadlwI..1 the Union
probably. much in excess of the school IIX I it jn'it!, the army in a bad pn-lition: which bo had -seen UCl'uUlt.slating' IIl'llpl'r: to he \ro'illedl :1int by the use: of 111 11'1" ltome-rule, devotion to' to centralization. .
llat and
and injured( its mtrnlf, while Hancock: tookthebn'adrgruutd I become la+v. If the bill cnn ), opposition t.
in many of states. The 1-'l"/r11II i ; 1'111" ordered from SI'h'l' 1 There I is no war feeling, latent or otherwise -
that in time of IIl'II'l'our amid Gen. Grant vetoes it, m'r. Tilden'schances ,
the whole matter in a nut hdl, as follow- : I civil 'nilI'dIlc'l'latl', 1111.1 furnished tlH 1I'I'a..iol following passes he stronger than hefurceertuiuly in this. What we wish is pence RII. nd'n.
processes: : were (
Now the official f.icts:' show that notwitl 1 that I the employment" of the army under suclcircumstances tcr from Sen. hl'rlul: if wi and his tricnds supported\ the prosperity) lull with the success of the 1cm" edv

standing the reduced' revenue with whic I : was unconstitutional' its ,n'l1II" I "HK.UHJKS.: ARM or THE t'xln'fn", measure. Public opinion \ strengthen' ucratic( party; we trust, under .1'rovitet'l',
have been .11 December I7,1"HIV I < ,, in will come both these great hll.S\K-J/obill ,ttl
the schools operated since Ihl' needless,Itnltimore' ;/ .S'M' / tsittNoTnN jl his : change in the lawthere have been organize;: I i I h.:\t C ;hxl-: : \1-Lest: 1 011 peace. "I' ouestion, or joint committee plan is i that lietjlstcr; (Drat), .AtujHft ;f.> .

nearly half as many acIliti"all''holll'l .dm I A SVUGKSTIOX Fun OUR ..1111.1..UEX mind may be disturbed by the foolish report' the defeated candidate might \ theSupreme GUVST made n little speech at ut

tug the past three years us the ')' bandied, fn the newsiiaperabout( vour bein I Court on l grounds: OllItl(un CFStMt. ,last spring which ought :bre

management: succeeded! in putt int) in 01'1'I': I ordered. from New ork, I wi tell you thi ( ) decisions. am very truly n1llnlnptol\ll"\ journals at stated

lion in the preceding, eight. According to a We I Idil'Illllt, in the invention ('"pil..1I.elow there is not a word of truth il 111'1: Iithlr' yours'ol'liuloIl11): WiNFiEi.nS.: 1X'le'K. times during the heat ot I political' canvass -

statement! made by Mr. Hicks:! in a publiuddres8delivered there is' n good thing' for our mill men, the President nor l'l'I''lat.of War ever iitimatcd It + operate as healthy sedative.

in the Representative Hall I not only to get rid of a good deal of trouble! to me such I purpose; and( I know 1 THE I'.' lam AVMtTUi.Gen. : lie said : .\t may be 1 appropriate on

the night following the inauguration; olovernor i'Xpcn) e and danger by 'lire but to get ,1 1\ have: never said I word or Wl'itll a ylnhh', ( hCI'IIII writes.the closing: letter oftheeorrespondcneeaspitblhhed this: occasion to refer to my trip through the.
(/ Drew the I total number of schoolin to that Ilt'd. I see in the nrll"r/iof[ It is: dated11'ashingtontanttnrY:11 States, and to what I have seen

the State at that time Was It'IIIIldrl'd v'alnabieeonsiiIerati"mi. for their sawdust. 10ui"111at] Iot only was: .', I, He said : .Oen. H.llher while traveling. I have hl'l gratified) at my

though his: report for the preceding year" One of our lirM'-class saw mills makes froii Ifat I destroyed it and tore out tie call-The passing ot the bill for counting reception in 11''IIIr.hl'lou StatesI t,
. .. 187i, docs not show that number. In thlirst : 1'JiMi to 2tKH: ) bushels: of ai+v-dust: a day, leaves in the record Lll.k containing is irvention the dl'l'torl ,'ol., approved by the fresh passed Crm ) ll on nl
year under ]Democratic tnanagemen) Top}'. The whole thing was and an ( cuds, in my judgment, mill possible Havana and on return came via
"which will weigh 50 'to (IiI.) pounds to thiiislicl. h'll. to 1\
I say who wants' to ( way
the total number (had increased to right Inn?' by !somebody 'r'atl danger of confusion or disorder: in connecnection Texas: from Mexico' l ./ passing) :! through all
and the second As 11'111'1, of course: it is: wortlice a !sensation. The same is true about Job the ( I be
dfnt Hid ili/hty-ncren! p'ar I II'cl1chcdlflllC with presidential IJIrn ln. the rebellious states and it will agreeableto
hundred nnd nimfy-tico. In oriel \\' as much as white pine, and can bransported hel'lIlll intriguing to be.' ln'ill'ul of Ihl'. feel ('rrlall' that the dual governments! in all to know thAt ,hospitality' was tendered ,
worth the schools increased nearly' threrhimdftd / : to the North cheaper than the;' Senate that be might be' :-4out\llarolna\ and I Louisiana: will hcdccidcd me at every city through\ which I passed andaccepted

number in the first tutu years under. 11, He has told me that be ha'lll'rh'nr.lthe ) "a1e n1\: : which determines who iu nearly)' all of them by 10. The
send from the West. that he would not "
(an ; acept < .
subject brlndl.I the UnitedStates. state
Democratic rule.\ is to be the next of same decorations I were seen In every
Dining the third year there were still othe: A UKKAT: INVENTION. I the place us he prefers I to bo what he i i iolIIW TIlrl'Iilrl" with the consent" Inelp- that t are seen here to-night. The Union ling

:additions and for the} ensuing: term' according andnninervMAd; lairllll of the :1111' committee InIllln'I. iroval of the Secretary of War, now 11"'lt, Hunted over us everywhere and the eyes of

to the itemized, estimates"lIf the scho"Iboard : The fndintrinl World / \ want to Ip'lrl' the troops: temporarily detached the ) those tnl1 are a.s familiar
erti'ner of Chicago : A remarkable ineiitioM letter concludes : Nitsent auseiangc: IIIIplHlil (
in the several counties, one thoutiim, says a.s soon as possible: to the posts with as yours, and look upon{ it us
ate hundred and tu teen schools were proidei) ,' ha.'Imnt Oct'l1\eullipletetlnlmdpatelitd } in command are being contemplated! Inc occupied. before the election, with this ('x'ptiol to th1 all the rights and priv
for. by resilient of this city, which bids fair when they are you' may bo sure that 1 wi ('( that twelve companies, (now thirteen lnl'lut'h'j people' without regard to

Rut besides: the increase in the number\ In rank side. by side in point of discoveries imp"rtIII1't'1II11II1Iilit : IIf give \11 the. earliest notice.would Thlrl'III'IWI. ,)or theequivalcntof a n' inlnt. remain race, color, or previous condition of servitude.
scientific who
schools, the tinanci.il' condition nf most fit'tlw \ with the on i mischief intent, gladly. IW here in "Washington for 1 time: In most of t the states upon the reception
counties has been. greatly improved. Al :Mison., The inventor has for many yourccn the seeds of dissension: : among I. 01 tharmy. Tho remainder of the letter relates: to the committee, side by side were men who
of the ) a bridge l builder who aside from exendive ." of the to be ordered back who the ,
of and
the beginning 1 bjj many! county disposition troops wore the blue men wore gray
boards were embarrassed i with debts left by operations in building machineryor I nEl'I.\Tit: CAUONDOLKT LETTER: from the South. amid addresses were made in part

General Ledwith's own party and were forced; the United: :States government knowledge previouo of atncchanical \ i This letter i is followed by the ClrOllo1et by rll'I'IUOI wore the blue and those who

to struggle: under these! while endeavoring, ttioiicrate HUS<;: has details practical in the construction: of in- letter, to which Sen. Sherman I'l'llil u. POLITICAL XOTKS. wore the gray. We have no reason to doubt
tile schools. In eighteen counties those who tho will fulfill all
: cconomiser, in : that wore gray
alone the indebtedness amuiiiitud to $37: ,- he tr l'uh'lI1adlillo:4.of: the word an and has brought: Iollw.'f"lh"I'UTFI0: AIIMY UMTKI ST\TKH, IT is an unjust charge that General\ Hancock they IIc.roli,1 in loyalty to the flag

dos, yet in some of these very counties the Ids true sense strongly into play in his in- I WASHINGTON, ,January 2, 1877. tr\'el on his shape. Traveling is I }1'c1lel and the nation.WlIEUE .
schools have nourished: as they have never principle what he does not indulge .--, ---
ention, which may tie designated lisa pat .Gen.5! >. Hancock, .Liu' 1'urJl : ) il.'l
of the
lone under the political management
'ntcd consolidator., The to In (1ENIauu.-1alid not receive Miss. Laic) AUK TUB U.NITF.D 8TAI.MARSHAL
In three ;50,000; of these machinery) DKAH' (! : : ynlr Democrats of Okololu. .
obligations Republicans.have! been cancelled years and by tile ('ployed in the invention IIlh11..1 to, bay: most interesting letter of December US frul passed resolutions denouncing William H. AND COMMISSIONED? A days lllackson ago u
: Allen
first of but a comparatively small ng for its object the ('on"olidltiul variuiinateriuit ('arunilIctin., until yesterday. I anivcr, Ktll, the late editor of the Southern Mute fn'clubv tho name of
January club of
Hancock and mo
amount will be left unpaid. On account of may be constructed at a cost of dad to have your views in extenso uponl1hjt'1I of that place, as u "coward, Radical etrris- joined the
understoodthat $ 2,500, ami after completion( will have I ca' of such vital Our: hireling," whose utter I tiiis place The negroes, immediately upon
these debts it can be readily il\ol'l"'O. nary IrunknrtIlml .
the value of :school very warrants must have tacit} of compressing: fifty to one hundrei I standard opinions: are !' on the minces 11 lew I'lllr have hl'1 writtcl tl t finding it out, clubbed together, alhlit.

been greatly reduced. In some instances: tons per day. This consolidation will opertc h'l' ot our I'rlll'CI'IOf; |mt n grelt make Republican capital at the North. threats of the most diabolical well tl
In \11 infliction of punishment
in u thorough made e of the ( : personal
wonderfully Jl\l'r was
they were as low ns from forty to fifty cents: he case of sawdust, a waste material the amendments of ro 'ii TUB: nomination of Hancock by the Democrats social ostrnc1ll, compelled him to ask his

on the dollar, while now they stand very nay be utilized to an extent never hl.'furethu war'giving by to the freed slaves tit (olllintol ald : was 1 confession by that party thin name frm the roll of m(>m-

nearly at par. lumber issue of the war 1 irrevocably settled. ben of course his was granted, but
ht of. In the pro rights, and empowering Congress every : request
In addition, it may bo stated that the average Iwrl"'r efforts of I leaden to
lucing districts of States, mil- (to cnforcethesc rights.' and the persistent party ho was informed that if he delln..1 continue
school term has been longer; that a be throng)h 1"kl.'lawi: necessary and organs to revive a crusade 06 hat( his he would he fullyan.1frcely
ions of dollars a. year may lu.1 is new and absolute, and Con- membership
larger percentage of the school populationhas the medium of this machine, which tuk1: Thil power has }laws with which we ure will cost! the Republican 'party tens of thousands protected so far as any violence -

been enrolled, and that hetter'lualilieland have been( ) the loose s.i v-t1ust amid under the manipul- dress k yet ('lluI'11 accustomed. (See page of votes-I'hiadrlphuc Times (tnd.),, to Ills person was concerned ; that as

more efficient teachers em ion( of the consolidator turns it 31 lot is, 31!) and 3.>0, Revised. Statutes, 1'tll; ..1?glut .?. he hl.1\) voluntarily placed his name upon

ployed.Recently. have heard the charge thatalthou'h marl and ready for use as fuel in portions of w"! edition l jS: I81) matter of fact, I THE Radicals and Republicans of Great the list of members, it was the duty of all

the we administration has increased the country where the high price of coal to have 1\1' Irm" \Ml'll in these civi Britain continue their agitation for the uboli goo ctzo'n8 to see that he was not mal

the number present of schools: it has added render the material a new and l'ouomitl (Inflicts, but the President has the lawfu of the House of Lords. The fight will by his own or any other

number of school buildings.As djunct in manufacturing operations. Tlnr' right to tic the url) and nw and has ex- ton bitter one, as the landed property inter color! but he WIt unwilling, though profess
nothing to the he stated that the number the saw-dust of white pine weighs nhou1liirtyflve (?rcis(' l the right, lus he Illclawfuly amightfully csts are concentrated in Parliament, especially ing to be a Democrat in principle, to run the

to this, it may by Mr. Hicks! as builtin pounds to the cubic foot ash for nndr 1)(1 \ is to in the upper house, but the downfall or rink. What a commentary this is With Radical
school-houses given
: the last embraced in tv pounds! oak fifty' pound This I is con uistain him with zeal and sincerity. As1' to< the privileged in the Knglish: Htate II supremacy of law and order. them
the State during year, number ,eased by the consolidator: to about one the are in no man. ClUie law and order means slavish support Ualellbll
his report was fifty-three! larger the telth the bulk it originally iMiHsessc'd The tier presi.l'ntbll.I.tln. action, but tecognize < only 1(Juc tOI tme. and anything else: is treason.

than I in any preceding year.rule During the nw-(Iust, ofnl. "hnvinW and other wastage required, as President whom the law Tae test of good government is the happiness being first open re of that character
first three years of Democratic and tu-euty-eiyht, bus Itilzcll, burns equal| to sully app Intevl officers declare to be such! and roll'criy of the people. Wherecan to the United( States lawn upon the right
built was two hundred be inunufaiv: be peaceable and more contented of that under our observation
for each coul in every rllllull icrson. 1 hope and pray that Congress wi fOlnd suffrage &come
making an average of ierenty-iix it be stated turlllt 0('I"t ) to $2.00 per ton igrce on somu method before the day atl people thal at the South Even the we earnestly calJln the United States

year. In this connection may Tallahassee, pecimens of condensed I saw-dust I from va- lour arrives. But in cusu of failure to (h'dh IItel are doing{ Wt.1. They are accumulating officials th netlrlous and heathenish

that the Lincoln Academy, at >\'est, ions hard and soft woods, as well as other y or before the 4th of March, thl'f'will bt money and buying land, and getting act their attention, to the end
and the Douglass Academy, at Key matt'rinl., were shown us, which luplort R in Imth ollices: of President und ahead in the world much faster than the laboring that every man, white or black, iu our country

the two buildings for which credit the Republicans were built Ihe; claims of the patentee as to t'lce-vacancy President, in which event the PrcsHcn class in any of the frth'r States.. I may Le protected in the oxercl of their

gave themselves: so much which the ,presented- the thorough operation of the machine of the Semite becomes President 1.m tPOTt.and JH'Hif.0 Tennessee Democratic Con I constitutional right of without
with borrOlI'f/ll/wllty. election will have to be held un- \( which Republican governments worse thanu
ministration has been forced to,, pa)'. Four a new tion the venerable Klias; folk, the colored
thousand dollars were still unpaid on the IN THE }lol'NTUI.-OI the summit ol her the law of 11{: (See title 3, chapter I, body servant of President folk, by unanimous farce.-(Jiiincy. Star, ..
21 22 and Revised Statutes.) ll -
when the present countyschool )ages consent of the convention wax invitedto
Lincoln Academy
board assumed management, and it fount Washington, Haml"hrl.,6I'feet Ii,1 that we should compare notes umtgrce address the body. was escorted to timestand TIIK largest rattlesnake (probably that has

I is understood that of the $11.500 of indebtedness high the thermometer has ranged from Lctil1'the crisis i is "1"1 us: but I sure by General it. .le llwatlul, and delivered ever been seen in Washington, arrived at

owed by the school board of Monroecounty rJJo to
the $:?,5UO mentioned as tmrrowedmoney 0,3157 feet high, from to OS'Inile! nd I"'lccfu 1)'. I wi be pleased to 1'lr I the state credit (MIicy! clotting with Florida, forwarded by Mr. James Jiell,

was for the construction of the Doug- lll summit,; little mm you at any the words : "I believe in state credit, and who Kin! that State on tuiccial I duty from the

lass Academy. Thus the Republicans would tl former at the hW'n' W. T. SHKHMN. believing in that I up|>eul 1 to you to pay M 1. Interior( Department.' The snake belongs to

take to themselves credit for work for which \ egetation, the whole mountain top of Roun I DISCOM.NG or A .rooLInl Ilk her bondx.. He was received I withgreat the CrtlI'1llllJUU or diamond rattle

Democratic school boards have bad to pay. mountain is a green gra.sy plain, with a rich The next letter published is 1tWI.from (ienlancock 1IIIan'l(". ) {ght feet long, will

These statements are made up from and recordsin alil ,'uril'lllura. making it u II'rfl't tlowcr I to Gen. Sherman' dated( New York, TIIK old lutdluan: proposed to whip Jlilullt measure twelve twelve rattles inches and u around button the on body the, end In.lhl
of Education may /
the ]Department' (Jen. Lcd- union in summer.STiTliTICS JII. 2. It is as follows : :! tied. or did 11).tlll of!iu tall. tussle in a close woven canvas

be relied be on. Do they not twaddler prove, who seeks I 'f Vu. II'. T. .'ltnl1>, ..triiiy, \\\'a>,hiiuj'in wrong, buthueeaushe'thought 1 .laI1. : bug, and I ut once dropped into 0 largesquare
with ignorant
an I METHODIST : he same the Rcpu hi icaiiH prown to box with wirework and
instruct them OK EI'tI'AL rea'1 IC
and not TiE wuo.lcl I
I') deceive the people' much toil and travail I(hENEtFiL.tli: continue to wollop the South. It is the for the of)
facts connected with the school 'iitrRcn, 1lTI.-\fer anonymous u sliding cover, prepared f'-I.tlon
as to the true have: (', tllwinutlfthc' annual con. to the Secretary) of War, dated 1/uiU-, Southern "sentinifiit" that they continueto venomous relt ICI. Not having fed

question of general interest we will ftf'J'e of ls7'J. They are ready for the vilt'( Ky., Decfiiu 1(5( 187(!, reacbe l make war on. Thcce HmtherJcl think fur home time i 1 is particularly (eroloul.
As matter kthenuntrbairesult. Tray- the 27th that ill of the Republican Thin nhakewhenever
the last six begin- rinter. Here ,. 1 headquarters on of and IU rattle is constantly on
add, that during with years 1S7U! the ling preacheroincludiugsuhernunu'raries( ), iionth from the ollice of the Adjutant-Gen- reminds us of the lawyer out of patience approaches or there i
: !
nlng with 171 and have ending i been assessed in 3.,519-uu'rea.e, '.) ; IUll'ranllalt.l.! :31H-inrea ('rut of the army.. It represents' that iu the with the stupidity of the judge. When the any noise uny.one in the room where it' Is kept.
people' of this State 12 local ; : increase, ('oiitcmplatcd uprising the people to tu- latter threatened to tine bun for (contempt of monster snake is to killed in a day
schools, or an average i ( >e ; Thlt b
taxes $$70,203: ; for public less than 1 white members. H14,: l-increa.se 31/HU: ; f.rl the inauguration of Tiliien and Hen- court, the lawyer told him he had better do or two for the taking plaster
of over $U, .OC.JII I a year, on ; pu Im seized I it, said. he 1 never felt more contempt purpose 1
Ii ,
it will I whored members, 1.20J- $31/100,000 of taxable pruloertyamid 22total.ministers it tXftcd tourism and I clothe the Indi- fur court in my life. The Southern par kiliuj
that at the lowest ian*, (Oll>2j: -iiM-rea.se. ; I I urpou by putting! the lcrl I
be no exaggeration to nay 31.22S.iifiiitu of Ileruuc'rats. The indorscmc'iit i>le feel In about the way toward theRepublican i
: ):11 saturated with
of that asssment! ; anl memU-iN I 1II'tJHt IIIf'a"l. alL army tunnel ) admitting a t>l ong"
estimate three-fourths owned by Demofrats. baptized, / increase, 4iH2! !: ; "n this CIJlllfulil'aIJ made at your Ilt.I. 1tIL.let 111.1 Il'lul un rule hloroforiu. 1'hi preserves.the form so that

has (been. We made will on add property further that in the dults hattizel! !, 4-!>.7'.i-V iiicriM.-i' 1I,.:; : 'Iuulct. dated Vct'11"'r 20. 1H70, 1 Is 10 folws ; THE Republicans in the North who solemnly u life-like cast may be taken.
,1.111there-ase, 1,< ; ', : 'Oilcialtipy. lte-x) 'tfillly r."rl'.1tu
receive ; believe that colored In the
-- ----
where the Republicans :1".lar1(11> -
belt mal
"black : divi-
contribute 'increase, 3/iT.l; ; j'hllaJ.lISjinl'rt GcnI'. S. Iull'utk. commanding South U a Republican h'Iu.he \ a colored
and where they 1 I ) the discriminating
their vote justice
greatest collected for (-onrence of the .\ draw a i iimany is) .Otoul
'' : !>,HJJ ; tiOI lusty been
have at last
schools ought to
of the !, man,
the least to the support : <''i I the N.hvit oC the "' their capacity for intelligent
$ Gen
+tG,1:13.6'1-inerca-e; ; !; from ( 'U,1
claimants, Itr. 'oJman.lng ,
for Monday night witness a at
taxesis expended therefore do
school .
the bulk of the it ut metlj hel
domestic missions, as of IN."t tC f-JIV'rlltltlllul nut
U7.01 ; for foreign and ; epartmetit\ 1)Utl. the corner of Union and by .
the benefit of the colored jople.TlIE conferciKalone, f2!I.- I dept, with t6 ( 'lr.tJ doubt /(
II f'Jorll through Jdl'.1 (rlr Ifltt it the colored Hancock alI KnidUh: club of would bury beyond resurrectionhe
: $m,1nal.: The preachers ruin any Ilal t'r. Tlie lerlltf "- that city, The ".ricm. nay there were 2V) sectional" and hatreds which ,
COBRB-PO-NDE-NCE. 7S'H-hll'rc. ; and those who an exercise dist:n'tion on my jealousies
SlIEBiUX-IUxCOCK ((37)) colored I and
IClt 1IIIy before persons present, mostly men, save MI long been the chief stock in trade of
The correspondence l between Gen Sherman \ere, located (fie) are nut IUlte; theseih. part leads me to write you that good order was maintained, the crowd eatiferous and in no other
,, were admitted on trial ( :>- ) aUl those king action. In my judgment there i II nuanger listeniugtothesiwahers with refiwtful at- 11tIUJO "IC
which :
about w> this effectually
and Hancock in 176-77; re-admitted l ((214)) are counted : of kind the anonymous>commutation Hey I. M. (hen. way can \ aoll'llhe.I
A. Hi-n-
who were tl ,
and of which the Car- I I kntou. WllalI would restore harmony and
much Las been said KOi
many n forth, or other at J.tftr.IIJ fllnl
preachers though and
the traveling I Iti Merry J.m., all (colored
section and
ilUVi.lieclsuchan l.m. all the u
I along
ondelct letter oCGl'U. local to of to wtwetl >
I the
uf them are also reckoned among ju.tfy I IO\lllt troul' 1 in which they dlst'usstvt
appeared in New pllat'e. tole Jellual 11'oht. well in name one The onlyivulrythen
been it 1/'IIe"
appetizing uJ
specimen have U UI
Our colored national state iuc The U increaxing
reachers. dull
life of Gen. I I UI.I would ho in race for the
York yesterday in a published MethodistIpiscopal would involve es al.1I
found in another column icarly all ab"JrLe iu the colored I uiiniv-.iry |pantie for in numbers and (I'lila a iroud "cr- ..evclopmciit of the tieution -
Hancock, and will be other orgauizutions.THEEE ouldreute or ilu'rt'a.-e ul'l'rlcl"i"l' t materiallrOpritr.
The letters, strictly private as they I : alli I biilt there it real I f"uwlatln. I vie of labor, human

were, are of a sort to raise both gentlemen in I arc no arms or JJ JcfFcrsonfxit THE lirooklyn i.myle nay : "Il udvanci* ighu, thf ''nivinotion of tucatol morality,

the public esteem as men in high military : is a culoreil man's i ajr called the and if such a force as i is fcrrul let ut the ot8eal{ return, the cry I. *t-t up by u-ligion, liberty, order, would
command well citizens concerned for Ala., it i.i ; of the that end to make u the fulIUQt nation of the
as as [ puMitheil at ."tgor rr ,, l'uu"l be raised fur rdM'lIJU purposes every orlll ItJ"lLlkul partv .
the general welfare. There is an undertone .JnJlcl. how that state gave. w> likely that it wtu t"il by IlzU the ti urC from th. tlJuth ara fraudulentand ('mirth in the grand 11'1'1 human proWILLIAM
<>f uneaaiues. and excitement about (ieu.Olerlll aud it thuiesl.laih at the recent I cjx.t uf' army uniformand; i hertCure. that a deliberate conspiracy been res. -- H. .

: '* letters, and a tendency: to believe jr-e a "m.rt.c Ijort of) the Re tubii-! I here grounds for artful of the g. vcrtm- entered into by federal census IIU1 ratn ,

disturbing rumors, wliich are strikingly aLtot'nt lection : Fr.1J about D..uoratic it-nt,url I see rl ,1ujc lu the delay which in the South to cheat the North Thel.ruutfl of wheat and barley lu the
''s from what Gen Jlancoik writes.: His II cal papers of of the Alabama. Git ,the sine ou as ro>ult from thL lrenwtUI of th nub- Uovtrmiuent. JJy the North and the Government Uult ut. I the last fifteen 1'r has

temper U always unruffled, his equanimity party please 01, we tulur.l Je't wi to you. If, il your betteridgment U meajit kimply the Republican Ml.i corn, cotton, tobacco have doubled:
never disturbed,and he shows iteadiast (Juti. much and as long as you in rolling the comiany should he 1 sent there [arty, which taut placed Itself in mch a poitiou ot hay(increased UO, % *)biuheU; pota-

dence in the capacity of people to get through men aide the Democracy and don't forget up II, wear I : ball I promptly' done &awn a* you that it huUnlIYly. instantly and to nearly doubled, and hay has incsvu.-eJ

the great trouble impending over them without irge majority ; you li lutif me to that ttt1. A* 1 J.vt already unitedly antagonize n to b the more than one-tiirth.w..wwuUrwtmwnd.

any aid from the military This U especi at, tL ) ale

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I I it\ j I 31ISCELLAKEL dimensions! of the smallest tree, while in its (JI\IIMT.: : IUKIX-TOKY.: DRADFORD (,ol: TY. I .lair.:ROr of Taxes Water C. Maloney, Jr.Collector'of .

native\ state it grows! to over !sixty' feet in CfJllII'y.lulgc-.J. R. Richard, Providence,. Key: 11'e5t C. Maloney( ,
+ \ TilE F".o.TRVDK. -The) egg traffic of this. height. ]Every; this tree is valuablefor United. State Olllrers. Ulerk-Henry F. York, Lake Hutler. Rel'Cllllealter

country has risen to an importance which i medicine, although we rarely employany LAND OFFICE, OAIXESVILLE.Itryittcr ,-;"eriffW.V.. Tumblin. Starke. Jr., Key West Harris Key:
v" sl d 1 few comprehend.) The aggregate transactions of it but its fruit, that is: the lemon itself, ; -L. A. ]Harnes, Gainesville.Iltnivrr AMnimr of Taxes-\. J. McKinnev. I Lake Superintendent of SJi! tala--J.1' I
J in New York city alone must amount And every one knows how to employ this! as John F. Rollins Gainesville. Hutler.Collator. West.: ,
-,1 fully to $8,000,000 i per annum, and in the in lemonade: To squeeze! the juice into cold! b'Kuneyor-Genfrat- It.) Hall l, TlIlIllhlL !Il'. of llnrmie-Alfred I). Cone, Lake :NASMAV {'QCSTC4Jlllty,111Igellinton \. (
' '; r\ United States to $18,000,000. A single firm water-this is the shortest! way;; or to cut it Hutler.Suiicruitemlcnt. J. Hakcr, Fenian
I -\ l- ) in that line of business 1 last: handled $1,000- in slices and let it soak in cold water ; or t<) DISTRICT! CYlfRT. : of S/wol.-l'/ I?; Harrison( !. ,, data

;( teL t 000 worth of eggs during the year. In Cincinnati cut it in slices and then boil it. Other way Jtolyr-Thomas :Settle, Jacksonville.ft1r Starke. t'lcrJ.-C. W. Maxwell( Fernandina.

; ) ), too, the traffic mutt be proportion is! nod !lemonade is one of the \best anil{ "ltnl, -.1. II. 1 Durkee, Jacksonville. ItREVARIl fOCNTY.J: ''j'riff-l'cter VUII(', Fernandina.Ametfor .

; ately large. In truth, the great gallinaceous safest drinks for any person, whether in ClrrkPhilip'ulter, Jacksonville.INTEUXAI Whitlock Point of Taie -Win. II. Garland, 1ernandina. ,
.1"lgc-\ City
J tribe of contributes health or not. It is: suitable to all stomach Minify t
our country barnyards: : RF.VI.XCK.Cullertur ; .
Clrrk-.\. A. Stewart, Titusvillo. ?
+ 9: in no small degree to human subsistence! diseases, is! excellent in ('>I-IIII'I11l'S of I O"crt'I"f! NI'I.tll/lC-Warren Scott Iernandina. -
Jacksonville.COLLECTORS T'Irt.-J. 1). Stewart Titusvillo
Awtsnt f
.; ;, eggs being rich in hut ntiveitroperties-equit' jaundice.gravel( ; liver complaints! III(nlllllJlla.I -Dennis Eagan, of [ .
UCI'rIIIll'latt Lake Jes-
to one half their entire weight;; lone, duck I tion of t the\ bowels, and fevers It i is a >pccilic OP ff'TOSfs.John Collector of Superintendent/ of School.-W. A. Mahoney( I ,

'w and hen eggs: are they principal kinds produced against worm and skin complaints) "'. Ilowell, Fernandina.! : !sup! ."Hiierintciidfnt', Orange; Cu of ntY.Schools/ -Alexander Tin- (Callahan.

rrn' i in America. We have nothing, )however The pippins, t'ruIheII11I1\!: >1'1 III' used with Edward; Hopkins\ Jacksonville.: Ball, Lake Yiew. ORVNOECOfNTY.n .

l'' 1 like what we are ecl to be found\ water and sugar, and taken as a drink John F. House, St. Augustine.J. ;( >unty Judge-II. L. Snmmcrlin Orland
l in Madagascar, or have been found there, the Lemon juice is time best amitt-senrbuticrenit'dy! M. Curric\ Cedar Key CLAY ('()LTV. ('I"I'L'-.J. 1''. Hutfhey Orlando.s7er .
i thirteen and known It not only cures this! disease hilt Win. Peeler (Green Cove ; : Reid.Avennruf ,
1 gigantic won egg, measuring a GtinitiJudtfn:- ;f=-Thonmis'tV.1 Shine, Fort.
r 'r i half inches in extreme length, ;and holding \prevents it. Sailors make n daily use of it :Springs.Clerk:\, ; Taxes-John C. Hryson, I law, i
( eight and a half quart One of these bird, for this purpose.' We advise every one t<) State OUIc'c'r4.tXECCTln : -O. A. liuddington, Green Cove kinsville.: "

t'( t' with ii single effort! might supply a modern rub their gums daily to keep them in health ; : Drr.utTMFST. :Springs.Sheriff. CI""Ct.lfIt' Ifeeenue-N'at. Poyntz, Orlallo. :> ;

t : -t boarding )house! with omelets The hands: and nails arc also: kept clean ltll''rlllJl'-OcIJre! !-'. Drew, Tallahassee.t'frtidriit : James W. DeWitt) 01'1'1'II"e Sui>eriifendent; of Scliool.1/ -John T. Reeks. 'a
The perishable nature of eggs hay naturally white\ soft and supple, by the daily Use of pro tan. <18/IIllc-\r I D. Harnes: ,, :Springs.1 I Fort : ef.t
detracted from their value as a standard lemon instead of soap. It also prevent l Tallahassee.. A e;"nor of Tnirs-Wm.t'onway, Kin".lcUllrdlr \'. t 1l.1 TVYLOH COfSTY. '

"a article of diet The peculiar excellence of chilblains. lemons! are used in Intermittent Su"'YI1.r.'I/le-\\'. I), I'.loxham, Talla- of 1:1'I'CIIIII'111.. S. Plummer., I '. .
4 eggs depend} upon their freshness. Hut fever, mixed with strong hot, )black coffee, hassee.f'tiiiijitriilli'r. Maxville.( Ii Count'/Judge/ -D. N. 'ox, Jl'I'r. 1 1tihrrii'flour's ,

lately the process! of crystali/.ing' has been without sugar. Neuralgia may be cured. by -(Columbus, I IreyV''fatlnllasS'e.T .: ,. Sii/M'rtiitciidcHt of tithvtih-).(. I,'. Geigcr,, ", ; I (stem): I ';
I Faulker.
resorted. t to, and by this process t the natural I rubbing,\ tho part affected 1 with, a cut lemon /''''--Walter Gwynn( Tallahassee.: Middleburg.{ : 'IIl-.loltn M. ,Sd/fJ"I.-1'i'errti.,5rprmtrulrnt ;. \ anil, Perry.Cmiity !
egg! is: converted into n delicate amber tint, It valuable! to cure warts, and to destroydandrntl'on .ltturury-/cuerml-George/ 1'.ltauey''fttlla-: : COLUMBIA CofNTY.Ctiitnti I ; of .
Sutton Perry.
N ,
in which form it is! reduced ceven-oights!: in : the head by rubbing the rants l IHI... l.e. .1"fW-W. M.( Ives, Jr., Lake (City. Trrusnrer-1) .1.1I
/ D.) N. Cox Perry.
Y bulk compared with barrelled eggs;( !; und retains of the hair with it. In fact, its uses arc manifold !. OIlIlIlI"I'r; ; r its: properties} for years unimpaired by and the more we employ: it externally, Tallahassee.tiitjn'rtntcmlriit: =J.I W. Perry Lake ( 'ih'. '!t

any climate. This! is: indeed. an achievement the better we shall find nurse Iv es.Co.Miof.Mi ; of I'utillc; Inttfticll'in; r. P. .K-fwtw of T".rcL. W. Rivers, Lake i \'rry.] Tknw-Win. II. Parker, Perry.ST. '
I/I' r 1
of science and mechanical ingenuity!; the I Haisley, Tnllahassio.. .hll'S ,
I NTF.m ; .-One of great <
and has a most important hearing;( on the II) ''kboll Ttilla- City.Colkctor JOHN'S I COI'' TY.
sources! interest t l in The Wandering Jew' .iljrtlnul-sweat-.1..1. ( of Tii.ce*-Thos. Gctzen, Lake
t question of cheater| food by preventingwaste !: is compound' \, interest. A certain sum wu. has, >.-ee.Coininlxilinirf. City. (vllly .Judge r R. Cooper, St. Angustine. .
t+ a equalizing' prices throughout) year, invested at compound' interest: until it / ; ; if flirtsyrrrtion-Ir.; ; ) Seth .s?"?; rJ,, c. and regulating consumption. J In this f'rmeggs amounted to an enormous total and to oh French, Jacksonville.CliiifJiirliiY Lake City Clerk-Hartolo I F. O\\rooc.: St. Augustine.Slier .

> ; may I be transported without injl1ry1 thin this money there is a h.nihletruj.tle! H'I'u; m ('III'UT. IU'VAL' f'Ol"STY.ClJIldy.wlvc'iIliulII. ;/-.\. N. ( :: Augustine.JwwriTVwiw .
either the the and uti" Dunham 5t..lttgnstiue. .
to or to poles, David L.
equator -
time he restored to their original throughout I the book .\ man in (Georgia ; -}:. M. ItumdallJlitksonttlle.: : .\. \1c can, Jack '
can .
any which has taken a leaf out of "The Wandering.lew" .IsaocrttCJnvlirm-J.; ; \\' ': jr., Tallahassee. sonville.Clerk. "
condition simply by adding!: the water Rcrene-Jnscph ]' Lambia! ,
in leaving some! money to the Stat< -Thomas E. Htickman Jacksonville.ierJ1t !. CO/l'ct(1
leis been artificially taken away. The chief
egg-desiccating( !: companies! arc in St. Louis l University! at Athens, nl'orglli.11 eccentric ..1.mlri'lll'1I..tiI'C1 R.: H. Van Valkcnburg\ ,, .", 'i'i.ub Howden, .Jack ollvilll'. Augustine.! Sdiools-Thomas A. Pacctti -
; gentleman non-resident, and not at Daniel 1'. Smith. Jack S"/wfltt'dc.ltf
a Jacksonville.Clrrk A 1 esnr/ vf Tujti's- .
and New York. No salts other extraneous
\ :! or alumnus bestowed the of tin St. Augustiiio.SfMTER;( : I IC
$7,000 on
matters introduced in the stun! -C.' I Foster, Tallahassee.IIUCVIT : sonville. '
:i : arc processof the gift with the con A. : COfNTY.County .
University, coupling Collector of lcl'cll/lc-Hellf L'Englc,
crystalizing product I simply: a consolidated JUINIKH.Fifft
t ;( ; dition that the should be 11I'CIIl'.1fur .
Jacksonville.futjieriHteiuleut. ; Lecsburg.Cleik
qff money : Judge-Henry S.Cassidy: :
Immcnso mixture of the yolk and preserved l albumen.. in and during t he lives( of twenty-one !persons C/rl/I-\II! /! \IocI\l1l: 1.. Maxwell, Pen- ;, of ticliwl Albert J. Russell / =Tho'mas. J. Ivcy, Lecsburg.Sheriff .
i quantities arc
I fl eggs children\ whose names are given III sacola.Hroml. Jacksonville.\ .
J. S. Dyches) tacsburg.AnKcfuor
t f' the spring' of the year by liming.;( Thus the deed the interest: to be. compounded annn.illy Cifcnit; ;)-David) ,l Walker, Tallllltas-
of Tares-Joseph: ,
treated they are good' for every purpose except \MILTON COt'XTY. lul""nlon
(till the last one dies, and tlt('nt\'-OIlC .
} ,; boiling. It is: a common trick for some years! and, nine months thereafter It {Li (cal see.Tlilrtl di-riiit; -E.: .I. Yann, Madison.( : Canary .imlyc-I[retry J. Stewart I::\ Jasper. Lceshurg.Collector: Ilcrcote-John, \\.. Dyches) ,
i dealers to palm off eggs so treated, for fresh, ciliated that the gilt will not he. available fur Fourth L'rruil-Il.; ; : I Archibald, Jackson C lerk Robert: S. Stewart, Jasper. of
i MO that ImpIHltionl'l'u'4il\"l'rlll'lic'It. In the ; =James )[. Duncan Lcesburg.Superintendent!:.
; f" l Sheriff Jasper.Aftiwor
the fund will
which time
at II. Duncan
ninety-six !
!! ville.Fifth SchrNly-1 ,
J 1 f desiccation! process I, however, the difference amount to years some $J,ioOOoo.( ( Circuit; -James It. D.iwkins: Gaines of Tnxe*-J. T. Cooper' Ancrnm.Collector 't! ( f
Lake (: )
J becomes apparent, ns from four to live more \.ill t'. of lrl"'l/lIr-.J. P. H. Soodlircad' ritu. t'
It, limed eggs are ray aired to make a pound of( S\unoi', the dramatic in a recent address,}. SAif/t; 'f"I/t-H.;, /; L. Jlitcbell'Jumm a. Hcnton. Col'umbia ('ol1nt)'. SfWANNEE: : COfSTY. I

r,. eggs crystalized! t than\ when fresh are used, cited the remark which he heard from a Sis &-eenth L'rerl-11'; ,; Archer Coekc, Sanord Superintendent, of Sfhuols-Joshua I r. Roberts nlI'y1"l'lidmd/ A. Clouts: Live t
and eggs: in the least tainted will ,not crystal tcr of Ht. Vincent dc Paul, when thirty year: Ancruin. Oak 0

i/.o at all. ago, as a medical student, lie witnessed. { ai IIF.Rx.t\Du COl'NTY.Ctninty Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. t
application chloroform \\'tJichl'nl1l'tl forth Court C'nlemlur. Sheriff:John R. .: Live Oak. i.lsRraarr I
\\t:t TAKEGoomC.REOFI'll HOII'4E.Thl're ii the jubilation of the spectators\ at the prosjicct TIIUtlll'lmTIT.I' Jitdye,, L. Frierson, Hrooks.ville. of Tit fen Il.ociol.. I. Sessions, Wei-
no animal on the farm that is: MI Ilk"to of abolished.\ Said she with .
pain being : 1:;. J. Yann, Judge ; Win. Taylor.. State'sAttorney' horn.Collector. !
Hrooksville.Sheriff .
t be neglected as the horse. The horse 01' the u sigh of regret : "When all the world !i'i U"k-.J. C. Law of lleeeuue-Robert, F. Allison,
f city truckman, or the expressman' the driving happy\ what will become of charity? =J. H. Mickler( Hrooksville.A Live Oak. .
well l cared tfjiriiitTerm- .. of Tofei-\\'. ) (Jarroll, Hrooks. ,
: horse, and the middle: hll\1'l'nre *eMor
Taylor, 2d. Monday in April. of School*-J. O. 0. Jones, I
horse I is often ville. 8//1rt'/lcll'l. "
for, butthe firm too irregularlyfed
i 110USKUOLlt KXltll'DISHCLOTHS. )( :. Madison[ 3d Monday( in April. U'I'CIlIle-P. M. Townsend ;
Collector of ,
far is' concerned
: HO as! cleaning regularly Hamilton, Ith Monday. ; in April.Suwannce VOI.fSIV COfSTY.
l It is I )froksville.Amperiulendcnt. : .
and !systematically neglected.:
I will tell how to make dNh'cloths 1st: Monday( after Ith Mondayin ( \ : -Fred. }Enterprise' !
1 difficult to obtain n hired man brought: upon : of Ncho the farm who thinks there is! any necessity l ; iet npairof wooden needles! and one April.Columbia Hrooksville. 1 I(7rrkJohn'IV.1)kkins
ball of i set of 2d Monday( after Ith Monday : Enterprise.Shiriff : I
for taking !special care of a horse. :Some: candlcwicking' ; up a row twenty HILLSIlORorciH COfSTY. 1
( horses the farm are rarely, if everi btiches!, knit back und forth until you use uptime | In Ai.ril.Ijilayette' \\'. A. Cone, l Enterprise. ,
i upon cleaned, and vet the condition and{ ball then it will b be done-u nice, soft, : 3d 1 Monday, after 1th Monday[ in f'tiitnty .1//flvc-H. L. Crane, Tampa.' Asurt.ior of T.r'I-B'njtll Richardson, 1
properly thick dishcloth April. Clerk-Win. C. Brown, Tampa.Sheriff Enterprise.Collector F
I '! !! of the farm horse dl'pcllllalllllll'h
t = Isaac Craft .
Fall Ttrlll- : Tampa.Awstor
Jordan Do-
( of Rrrenne-Juba H. ,
the manner in which it is'! cared for as To MAKE'FRfrr WATER ICES.-To ,
upon every Taylor, 2d Monday[ !: in October. of 1.rc.-I. G.f Leslie, Tampa.
l any other lone When brought perspiring, pint of fruit juice allow one pint of !syrup Madison( : :3d\ )lOlllhin October. ClUt'cl"rIf J"I"'III1e-\\: F. Hurts, Tampa. LUll. Chandler "
,; -James! H
i i to tho stable, ho ought not to he allowed to made follows Melt( six of /
as : : pounds: sugar Hamilton, ith Monday( in October.Smvumicc SnjM'rintendent of School*-ll. L. Crane, {
I t .. stand over night with the dust: drying upon in six: pints! of water mad place it over a gen- I::\ 1st Monday( after 4th Monday[ Tampa. Enterprise. !
1dm. A good cleaningis: half a rest, andyethow tic fire ; let it boil ; well bent the white of at in October JEFFERSON WKl'U.'IlSTY.. I

,. often we see he 'farm: horse brought out egg, 1I.,11t{ to the water, strain and bottle )rUOCl' Columbia Monday after 4th Monday\ in ( "/ !)Crawfordville. .
Moiitice.Ho.Shirift ( .
Whitner /II/"JlfIr\\'T.
Cotiitli/ Jitdje- ,
in the morning covered with the dirt of the : "/ Crawfordville. i .,
day before and l with tho accumulated ofit Ho.MB-.MAHK:I H 'II.\ ATF.R.-Squceze the Lafayette l Monday after 4th Monday in :' ( -W., /. Bailey,Monticcllo.Siiieiinteiident Monticcllo.. Clerk-Nat. Walker, Crawfordville.Superintendent .
I (/ him. Under such
the still to
night clinging juice from lemon, strain! and add to it u October. .Iclwol-J. It. Christie of Sfhooln" John L. Crawford .
(l : .
1' conditions horse lit not much than
tumbler of cold water. Sweeten to taste, FOURTH CIRCflT. Monticcllo. Crawfordville. ;
half u horse Often, too he is irregularly: fed When well mixed put in half u small teaspoonful County Tff..lferT.. Duval, Crawfordvilla'- '
and indiscreetly: watered. A horse at work of carbonate! of soda, stir well and It. Archibald, Judge; ; Samuel Y. Finley< County Treaaerer-11'. .\. W. Simmons,

\ should have water live six times a day. !State's: Attorney. Monticcllo.Collector( .
: or
drink while the mixture is: in ancu"ervescinj; Palmer Mon tWeetorof Ileitnue-\V. I Walker, Crawford
If lie does not drink more than two or threequarts Spring Tt'rlll- of Jteienue-Joseph ,
i ville.A .
at time all the better. A hone that state. :St.: John's!, :3d: Tuesday in March.( t led 10.
(" is kept from water till ho will drink two or ; Clay, 4th Tuesday: in .Awnsorof Tajre -J.l\ fordville.LORIDA. 1. t
\ three paiUful will 1.0 I likely to have his into it one ounce fresh butter, one egg: two 1st: Tuesday in April.Hakcr cello.
I \ digestive!! and very bowels seriously: de spoonful good yeast! little salt, half u pint, Tuesday, in .\,l'ril. LAFAYETTE, COUNTY. -- ,

i ran ('tl. To organs keep a lone in good working of milk ; mix all well; I let it rise an hour; Nassau: M Tuesday in April. ('IIIIIIII./I/II/I'-\V.! Dixon, New Troy.Sheriff } CENTRAL RAILROAD.
condition he should be Iud regularly, whether do not work it down, {but cut it in pieces I the Duval, :3d Tuesday: May.Fall / -J. J. Johnson, New Trov.Clerk l
I at work or idle in tho stable. lie will last size of your thumb ; bake on tins in quick TVrm- -Ilowell Hawkins( New T"n y.SjierintendentofSi'hools JACKSONVILLE:, FL\, March( 10,1S79.)) l

r I many yean longerthan if, whl'lIot work, he oven.KVERTOX. :St. John's 3d Tuesday in September. -J. G.! Ramsey, New On and after this date Trains on this Roud ri..
T.\FFY.-I'ut one pound of Clay, 4th Tuesday: in September.Hradford. \' will follows
j is: heavily fed, and when 1 Idle nl' lc'h'll.! A powdered Troy.Lwiuty. run : :
horse on the farm should l always be cleanedat !loaf sugar and one teacupful of water 1st Tuesday in October. ( Treasurer J. J. J'uilltcrXl'w'frm' I'
(least once a day, and when hard at work, into brwl pun ; beat one quartcrof a pound llakcr, Tuesday in Octolier.Nassau Collector of Jlerenuc-Newton Nape, NewTroy. DAY 1.I.mm: : (I'XCEI; Sfsmv.)

both! night and mortlln If not at work a of butter to cream; when the sugar! is i dissolved : 3d Tuesday: in October. Leave Jacksonville: .......... 8:30: A. M.
add the butter and keep stirring the Duval, 3d:: Tuesday in November. .a:"C'IIClJI' of T-u-en-"'. \\'. (Cotfrcll, New Leave Baldwin ............ 0:30: A. M. 1

sat'-1 t 1 mixture over the tiro until it l'I:4'ltCI: \ a FIFTH CIRCflT. Troy. Leave Jake City................11:33: .\. M.

y substituted for grain at the noonday meal little is"' i>oured on a hllttl'n'iIIU..h.. Just: before Juries ll. Da\\kins! Judge ; W. A. I locker, LEON: COl'NTY., Leave Oak............. 1:00: r. M. '
but when at work grain should bo given, asa it is done add six; drops l of essence otlemon. Solicitor. Count ii Judije-II. C. Rippey, Tallahassee.Sheriy Arrive at Savannah .......... .... 8:15: t I'. I.

I he would obtain more nutrition in half an Butter u tin, pour on the mixture t'JlfUl' TtI'mSlIlIItl'r -.\. 'I.l'lt'r( Tallahassee. Leave Savannah ............. .. 8.00: A. M. .'
hour from grain than in many hours from and when cool it will easily separate from :2d Monday( in March.( CUrk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.Superintendent Leave Live Oak................. 5:55: p. M.

hay. A hired man who is: worthy of his l the dish. Marion, ;3d; 1 ) Marth.( of'r1IfJIII-enry( ='. Fclkel, Leave" Luke City ................. 5.00: p. sl.
hire will take pride ministering;.( to the LIVER IIisii.-This hash is: delicate and .Alachua 1st Sluntlymy\ after 4th Monday( in Tallahassee. Leave Baldwin ...................... 7.05: p. M. '

i t comfort and appearance of the animal he appetizing, and! nice as a change! from the Mardi Trt'IISllfer-J. J,. Demilly. Tallahassee.Collector Arrive at Jacksonville ........ :U p. M. _\ f "

drives. liver and bacon known to all cooks Unit Levy, 3d Monday after. 4th Monday( of R"I'elllle-C. C. Pearce, Tallaliassee. MAIL AND EXPRESS S, (DAILY) .

j How TOKE CIULVKKX ORIIERLY.-rs.( the Ii'rIIltil thoroughly tt'ndl'r-there )(.Ifl.h. Leave Jacksonville. ................ 5:30: p. M. i t.
must not lie even a suspicion of hardness l'utlla1lbt Tuesday after 1st Monday( in .1.lwr of Ttures-R. A. Shine, Tallahassee. '
Th.1).vrItes"There is. IA-UVC White ...
one good tiling; to HOu.l.. ... ... 0:15: p. :M.
I remember in teaching a child am/lhiitij; and about it. Then mince it finely with a chopping' March. 1 "':\'e Baldwin.t ........... .......... i:{ p. M. UI l :
'!life Heat the mince very hot in asauce Fall Term- LEVY cOt' TY.I.tnttyJmdlr11'.ILSebring. t ) '
the fire.
that is'I A burnt child dreads I Leave; .
of butter ami browned flour. 4th in October. HrbY\.llc... ........ : p. M.
ur roux Suniter, Monday
taught my two children orderly habits front is. salt daub of 4th ( in ( Hron.on; Leave ..... ....... 8.07: p. M.
The seasoning a Marion ht after Monday
the strut while they were infants before they pepper M.( Leave 8:43 .
lemon little such ('It'Tk-J. :. Harco, }Hronson. OII.I.C.;.... .... : r M
f t could si>eak or even lisp", I being con-tantly or u piquant sauce, asmushroom October. 4th in Sheriff" I D. Flu iaysnn. Hronson.: Leave, t.urit.............. !::0 p. M.
with them night and day taught them habits. catsup. Alachua, 3d: Monday after Monday .lRseaaorof 7'.res-J. M.1Villis.", Hronson.Colleitor Arrive I Lake Civ.............. : f p. M.

of neatness which they have never forgotten !$JAMES CI>TARD. -1'lace over the stove October. in of I1'ellllt'-John C. McGrew( : Leave Live :............. 2:15: A. at.
'I 1 taught them to be orderly by compelling} : one -pint' of milk in which put one large Levy, 1st Monday utter 4th Monday Hronson.Sitjierintendeiit. Arrive TalahaOCll.e.: ...... .... 70o: ) A. M.

them to take care of and pick up\ their. own handful of hitter almonds that have been November. ( in of School*-Jos. 1'. Shands, Arrive ................K>::45. A. M.
I'la)'thlnb"4. This". they have always done, blanched) and broken UI). Let it boil until Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 1st Monday ]Iron s.in. Arrive a\.anlah............... 0.00! : A. M. I.

I und they are now fix and eight ycursold.I highly flavored with the almonds: ; then December, iDISON ('OCSTvllnll \ Leave. Savannah ....... ..... 4:30:: p. M.

have Miciit\ hours in seeing that they did strain and set it aside toto"l. lioil one quart SEVENTH CIRCflT. ( Judije" -R. M. Withc Ma<)15-! Leave. Albany................... 4.00: P. M. r
\ the work, when I could hare done it in as tif rich milk, and when cold add! the flavored William Archer) Cocke, Judge; ; A. St. Clair- poon Leave uUahn.4e............. 5:45: p. M. "

many minutes. Hut I knew" was working milk, half a pint of sugar and eight eggs, Abrams, ttatl"sUornt'Y.. son.Sheriff -T. II. Willard. Madison Leave. Live. Oak................... 2:15: A, M. :'

I .. for their interest I do not remember that I the yolks und whites beaten bcparately} stirring tfiirinq TI'Tm- Clerk-John M. Hcggs) Madison: Leave. Lake City ..,. ...... 3:50: A. M. 1'

1; have picked up a plaything since they could all well together Hake in cups, and Yotusia( : 1st Monday in May.Urevurd Superintendent of Schools/ -};. S. Tyner Leave Mt. Came...............4:18: A. M.
walk, and my boy was a cripple for a year when cold!, place a macaroon the top} of 2d :Monday( In May.Orange. Madison.: Leave Olustee...... .... ... 4:40: A. x.

;qI when he was four heart old and l walked only each cup.FANCY ) 3d 1 Monday: ( in May. County Trt'llirerA.. Smith, Madison: Leave Sanderson............5:1: .t. u.

''t on crutches. M v prompted me man CRKIMS.: -Allow! enough new milkto Dade, 2d: Monday( In June. Collector of lletenue M, II. Warring, Mad Leave. Varby\-iUt'.. ...... .?.. 55': A. M.
A time to help !him but my head would tell till ten small set it on to boil ; and Fall Term- ison. Lave Haldwin..........,... : A. M.
me no. I have never sent for them at schoolto having mixed: in cups half;a pint of milk and two Yolusia, 1st Monday in November. Atewr of Tufts-H. Wadsworth! Mad- .aye White House.............. 7:05: A. M.
return and do their work but I certainly ounces of grated chocolate, add to it the Hrevanl, :2d Monday in November. is4 n. Arrive Jacksn\.ille............. 7:50: A. M.

should t if necessary. As a punishment for boiling milk. Just before it comes off the Orange, 3d Monday in November. MANATEE: COl'XTY.County On Mail and Express Train tll'l'ling Car* ;
disorderly: habits". I destroy the playthings Dade 2d Monday In December. run to and from
tire the of six beaten and through and
left around or punish the owner My experience !pour.in yolks eggs Judije! -E.; M. Graham, Manatee.( :
mixed l in little and half a surd of N\'u1lah ; also, Lucus". Sleeping Cars run
and 1 have lived in block here a Clerk-Robert S.\ Griffith. )(anah't'.
u h to and from J
white When cool mix in the beaten through Jacksonville and Tab
there are on an average seventy children, is". sugar County OHIrerM.ALACHCA l. S/It't'iff-Wm. C. Ilay'l1lan, line Level. lahassee. I
that disorderly". habits". in a,child can he corrected whites of the eggs, and a small quantity of COCNTY. _hct"MJr of Tiut* -\\m. }'. Parrish, Parrish. -
vanilla boiled in milk. Fill the cups nearly FERNANDINA EXPRESS, (DULY. \
by its: mother It taken in time and Gardner Gaines ,
\ C.
i-otutantly walA'hoo.'en: now my boy will full, l placts them in water and boil[ half an ville.County Judge-\in\\iA Collector of Rtvenve Marion G. Carlton Leave Jacksonville.... ... .......ni5: A. M. ;>

put away his block for months". because he hour. .:at when cold. 'krl-J. A, Carlisle, Gainesville. tine Level.lIptTintnultll'. Arrive Haldwin...............12:30 p. M. i 1

sloes not like to pick them up into their box.He hose Su'CE.: -This". is an excellent sauce -hN'iff-J.)1111; W. Turner, Gainesville..fs.if.wr of
will not take his". velocipede! out us often for puddings, and one that (looks> very pretty .. of Tajctt -i. M.( Dell, Gainesville.Cullectofvf line Level. Leave Fernandina.................ioiij: A. M. t
now that he must clean the wheels before it : Peel und slice a tine Urge beet ; boil it J"mllln.. Thomas, Gaines MARION lOrSTY.County Leave Haldwin................... 1:1 I'. M? ,
can come in. There ii such a thing as having gently for twenty minutes in a pint and a ville.tiuitcriiitendftit\ Judge }, Mclntosh, Ocala. .rri\'e Jacksonville ............ 2:3 p. M.

too many playthings for children and 1 half of water. Then add two i IIOUI\lIs and a I of *huula-Il. _\. Myers I ('lak-H. W. Long, Ocala. Passengers for Fernandina and Cedar Kev I .
have learned by experience l that they will half of loaf sugar, the thin rind and strained Gainesville. Sht'riffJo' D. Pooser, Ocala.Aie take this". train. No train from Haldwin to

be happier with a few I never allow a servant juice of a lemon and half a stick of vanilla B\KERCOVXTY.aJ'je : : *iir of Tttxet-Thomas Banal, Cotton ledar Key on Sunday.CONNECTIONS. .

to wait on a. child when the) child can lloil quickly and skim constantly until Plant. I .=At Baldwin with
R. llerndon.Sandeison. A. G. &
t'tM Jno.
All well wait on itclf. My children have I the liquid becomes a rich, thick syrup ofa <'lCT1-l-/ '. "J.-Pons, Sanderson. Collector of tl''l/ue-l'n'tlI'rkk N. Foy, I \\'. 1'). R. R., for Cedar Key', Gainesville,

example: of disorder constantly before deep red color, then btruin. When nearly ; ('. Williams :Sanderson.Auettuf ; Ocala.Superintendent. and I'lrnulina. and all North and
} them by other children but are not cold stir in of and when -luriff-J. of Schoolt-II. C. Martin, } Iloint
they a gill brandy, quite of Ttutt-K. G. !Roger-oil, San Vest ; at Lake City fur Albany,
allowed to be corrupted by them. cold bottle and cork it closely. It will keep derson.Wleetur. Fort McCoy. I Savannah, and all Tal1h&'e West ,.

TUB ITE of LEMON-.-The lemon tree is a any length of time if properly Ht tie. vf /: '" <'-Richanl Kennedy, :MONROE ('Ol'to'TY. I at Jacksonville with St. Johns". River Steam.;
County Judge-Chas.: J. Huron, Key Wt*t.
native of Asia, although it is cultivated in -- IXirbyville.liafifriiiteiulfntofiiihot. : J. S' McEUlOY.
Italy, l' rtu''.1l and in the mouth of I'rance. A YofNo \I'Y resembles! ammunition because >lt-\\', lUmpton, Clerk-John itdler. KeW..t.. j 111'. M. ).\ .JIS, Master Transp'TIlE ". i .
'In Kurope, {however, it I clJoui exceeds the the powder is needed before the ball. 01U: tl't.'. .Sheriff 1Ctehanl Curry, Key< Wt':-t. S ul'erintem lent.


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==s -- -' .m /'// $re/f?.i/,'. God or our father man, ns Prof. Clifford,
V J. & T. KYDD 'Twas just behind the woodshed:\ phrased! it. A handbook of the proverbial
sayings ofull and nations he called\
1 One plorion "\ day, ages may
'or. C'oiilor mid Tlitr Ms.. "'InX.\XUIX.\: l'1.111t1D.t. Far over thc hills the finking sun the judgment of the grand mnn, "hutnaniu}
Pursued its westward way. on c"crm'riv ht(' !subject delivered, in

i I Are constantly milling\ to their stock of Staple and FancyDDDD And In my loue seclusion, terse, epigrammatic sentences. Fools and
Safely r'lIul\'lll\fnr weeds! grow without watering. The proverb"*
RRRR YY YY GGGGO( ; non OOO DDDD SSSSSDDDDI : :; :\ From all of earth's confusion, of all\ nations are very full on the uhji-it oifooN.
; ) \) RRRRR: YY YY GGOGGG; ;( (I OOOOO (OOOOO DDDDD) ) SSSSSNSni : I smoked I first cigar. Tho fool bus said lilt his heart thenb. i
; ) DPIM: nil YY YY on GO ill) oo oo oo Ill)) )DDNSIl my no God. Bob IlIg'J'104o\l.loll\ l'!! this, or tries

) }))) Hmm YYY (GO; OO OOOO OO DP )DD :SSSSSS: .\h, bright the boyish fancies to take the! edge oil' of it by saying that the
1)1) 1)1)) Hit UK: YY GG;( (:no 00 00 00 OO ]DD) DD) SS Wrapped! wreaths of blue ;iI God of history nnd I tradition, or of theology.
DDDDD nil mi YY lifiliiu! ;<; ; \ nu nn YY (;(;HWH; ooo) ooo )DDDD) :sssss\ :::::\ The woodshed rl\lI1l1ll11C flew conception nnd not a reality
al l h I Ix Dark night lied! in I\fIl\llHlll\l', Gray comes to t the rescue of fools with one
Clothing. lint!'!. Caps, Hoots, Shoo, ('1('. Rayless without a Mar, of lite lines, which asserts that-

I Grim death I thought had found, me, If ignorance is bliss, 'ti, folly to be wise,"

. ars a :1 Fa I And !l1'IIilcI1111)' first cigar. Doubtless' perfect stupidity enjoys! the"Miss"
!( DRY GOODS AT NEYORK RETAIL PRICES.per of a certain bovine or porcine contentment

" Ah, pallid) was lit)' noble brow, which the man ofi telligenceand
J The waning i night i was lute, high ideals cannot know, any more than he
: Is a compound the virtues of sarsaparilla Agents for Dm.ix. Onlers promptly! attended to-tF My startled mother cried, in fear, can know the perfect digestion of a sturdy

. stillingia. mandrake, yellow dock, with I My child, what have you ate?" clodhopper! or his sound, stertorous sleep,
the iodide of potash! and iron, all powerful I heard( f&lhrr'IIIIII(1t urt'lllnugh
my that shakes the rafters. Still, i intellectualism
i' blood-making, blood-cleansing, and life-sus S.1\.NBOll.N & IIOYT It4eemrdl1l strange and far, i is to be preferred to animalism fur all that.
and raining most elements.effectual It alterative is the purest medicine, safest, : I knew he knew, I knew he knew Man was evidently not mode to be merely

1I known or available to the )public The sciences SECOND STREET, NEAR: CENTRE, I'd smoked my t first cigar. nappy, but to do ,and to [ mlFfi', to bear and
' of medicine and chemistry have never I Burllnyton llnulrye. forbear; in toicIhrn"l"' to do some deed

t 1 produced so valuable a remedy, nor one sopotent I \\HOLES.\UOW RETAIL of noble note," if he 1 ('l1n.llllll "follow knowledge
; '.' to cure all diseases resulting from I l'llI'.lnllUI 1I'ISIJO.1r like a sinking star," to ever new and
blood. It Scrofula wiiler horizons of thought and perception.
impure cures and SHIP CHANDLERS
GROCERS There several collections! of
T, i all scrofulous diseases Erysipelas< are the pro'orbs The ancients had n good' deal to .
H Rose, or St. Anthony's lire, Pimples nf all the nations who have a prudential fortune, and even made divinity of her, for
. and Face-grubs, Pustules, Blotches, AM PE.U.LUS: IX literature of that sort, which are, at Fortune personified was of tho feminine
J Dolls, Tumors, Tetter Humors, least t, as cuteitaiuing/ and coherent reading gender, as her proverbial. fickleness sufllci-
Salt ulieuin Scald-head *_* A_* *"_ i Ulcers, Sores,, Rheumatism, Ringworm, Mercurial, I HAY J I'l COHX I I l OATS IlltlCIt L1111: J 1r('. mustcrof aphoristic' wl41101llIi4! pre. cntly nntutig indicates.the Romans.: She She was was a dreaded and I is said power to
Disease and maxims i have been
Neuralgia Female Weak -V -* -* .cepts : sometimesobjected \ favor the brave and also to favor fools, astho
'I l nesses and Irregularities, Jaundice, to as! on a low plane selfish thrift, saying "A fool for luck" indicates. The
Affections of the Liver timid rather of !
Dyspepsia, --- savoring political economy
I Italians have a proverb) to the effect that a
Emaciation, and General Debility. than of the olh'lrul '. But Franklin
I ( asa '
(little of the fool is to the connpspvi i-
\ By its searching and cleansing qualities A LARGE: STOCK OF Fl/RNITl'RE.\\".\Yox:; HAND. true sago in the old (Greek sense!' of th tion of a thoroughly necessary successful man. |Fortune -

it purges out the foul corruptions which 2-19-ly_ _____ __ h __ __ __ word, and after the manner of the seven is snid to knock once at least at cnry11I11'11
I contaminate the blood and cause derange- wise men, who each of them is representedas '
ment and decay. It stimulates and enlivens having uttered some memorable) saying, "gate, or us Shakespeare renders the
idea There i is tide in 'n'rlUau's
I' the vital functions ARLINGTON NUESERIES.TltOIMCAI a { history
promotes energy and which became provcib.. The most famous '
; strength, restores and! preserves health,and of these sayings wits the injunction of Thales, which tlk'l1/1t the flood) I leads on to fortune .
,: infuses new life and vigor throughout the "Know thyself." That writer, whether of There is no saying Indicating a profounder
I' -- knowledge of hUlllall nature than
whole No
system. sufferer from any disease or poetry, whose works most abound
which arises from Impurity of the I in jiroso which have become in that man never i.s, but always to be,
blood need despair who will give AVER'S and NKMI-TIIOriC'AL FltlrIT TREES, ItOSEN, IHX'll>. the passages of current hasachieved blest. That is, man is an ideal being, with
SARSAPARILLA a fair trial. speech everybody, inlinito longings, aims and cravings, mi that
It is folly to experjjnent with the numerous 1701'S and E\iiC:
I low-priced mixtures,of cheap materials, of fumo Ite\"lIlIllllllr others are :Shakespeare : hovering/ in (lie misty blue of some fur
j l' and without medicinal virtues, offered as I -- and it horizon than a thing of actual attainment
Pope. Curiously! enough, wasfor
while I Even tho truth when attained stale.
blood-purifiers, disease becomes more grows
f firmly seated. AVER'S SARSAPARILLA is a NI:1VAND: CHOICE VARIETIES]: ; Itmldcil Orange Trot-s MADE: A SPECIALTY.: a long time a mooted nuest ion whether Gifts; from enemies are pronounced dangerous -
: Pope wos a at all. Whatever hp
poet wayhis ,
'I medicine of such concentrated curative I have attained ever since tile\ afl'ulr of the Trojan horse.
i power, that it is by far the best, cheapest, -- verses t'll\ proverbial currency The primitive sages were principally famous
and reliable blood known. which renders his fume as /secnro as!
most -puritier for their
power of condensing much wisdom
Physicians know its composition, and prescribe I Jt-c-Send for lieseriptive Catalogue. it I I" widespread throughout the vast area occupied in a single/ sentcnoo. which would fly forever
\i: it. It has been widely used for forty .AMIKItT I. Ill I)\\ ELI.: by the Anglo Suxon race His Hues through the mouths of men. An old Egyp.
years, aud has won the unqualified arc fOll1l1"l'llIing the common everyday.discourse lieu kingnudcrb,)k tupcrploxun oM Greek
deuce of millions whom it has contl-I 1 tf JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. and conversation! of men only i 1n i
... less degree than tilt memorable lines of sago by propounding to him several conundrums
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I" Prepared by Qr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Shakespeare. Gray wrote but little but that answers to which were requested at
11. M. IIEM)ERSOX, Till: 11.0 IU It Jrl'owx \ the earliest:. convenience of the The
Practical: and Analytical Chemists, little has become, almost all of it, proverbial last of : sago./
Lowell FURNISHINGrXDEltTAKER :; ( l Eastern wise men, from the days of Solomon hixgyptlannuljesty's/lucatiunswas;
Mass. AND "
WhUt is the wisest of The
r down, and long before, were always fond of
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS BVIRTWBIRE., expressing their wisdom(' tcntiou5ly. Every : reply was: "Time, for it hal found out
reader of Don Ouirotet\ that the many utyatcriesldrenlyand in the long run
it will solve all." This which became
; TilE FLORIDA Spanish language I is peculiarly rich in reply,
FIFTH ST., FERNANDINA, FLA. verbs. !<('lv seasons Ids a )proverbial saying or apothegm among the
remarks and conversation with his master nncicntGreoks!, was proof positive that ho
LAN who uttered it was indeed a wise man It.
the rueful]
7 'Pen'is" on It. It. I.liir, countenance with proverbial was Thttles, whoso astronomical knowledge
spice. But most nations of any account: ,
: whether or /study of the stan excited\ the derision of
tad ( ('liar Key. ancient or modern hlllll\1111lu"'e a
1 literature of ), his Milesian countrymen until by means of
copious )proverbs, or rlefpfl' '
neat sayings, which go directly to the mark.ami it he made a good thing in olives: and\ so
600.000're" ] rt'KIrIito i put his enemies to confusion. The aphorism)
compress) ; a great deal of truth in
men and things into the smallest possible was uttered nearly three thousand years ago.
t' Of the must Offer to Ix-ssees and Purchasers a largo verbal compass' (furnishing sort of portable) Time during the lust ccnturv has indeed
been full of discoveries of truth in regard to
philosophy of life, or small-chaugo of wisdom
number of the most eligible) and desirable I
man and nature. It looks if the
now a.s
ACCESSIBLE AND DKSIRAIILK) for daily use. The use of proverbs) byno
t METALLIC CASES, WOODEN) COFFINS Lots, suitable) for Business Purpo.scs: or for means indicates that the user Is I wise himself fnllllle prophecy' of llotton Thau Jffrald.would ultimately be
LIMN IN THE AND CASKETS: City Suburban: l Residences! us the case ofSuncho Pauzu shows, whowas .
mentally) not greatly superior to HIS ass
Dapple, but his life literally swarmed with TImMASIit'almKS' {'oJmrY-1'he New York
STATE OF FLORIDA, WHITE: METAL AND SILVER PLATED"TRIMMINGS UPON EASY TERMS. apt popular maxims Don Quixote, in his Herald, at the end of a long article explaining .

exulted mood of mind, was rather annoyed and commending the colony of British

: At only $1.25 per acre to new settlers, with Liberal Discounts i on Values allowed to by bin squire's flippancy in the homely, pro farmers which Mr. Thorna-i Hughes is about
,;CONSTANTLY ON HAND. dential wisdom of his country. Proverbs to plant in East Tennessee/ remarks that it Is
the privilege of selection in parcels of 40 parties engaged in manufacturing or industrial
arc ordinarily as blunt as they are pithy. noteworthy that after a wide survey thiscompany
acres or more. These lands are located on enterprises, who will erect on the property The Infill j pact Horace had a faculty of uttering selected! a location in the very
and adjacent to the line of the Bodies washed and dressed and preserved himself in a sententious and so heart of the South. Its promoters are not
until burial, with or without the use.of Ice. purchased substantial improvementsfor wrote many Jincs which Mill circulate, I ignorant of America, and the mark of confidence

I Remains exhumed und placed in cases for residence, or in which to conduct their among" scholars_ at least_ as proverbs.. One they have bestowed on one of the
ATLANTIC, GULF AND WEST INDIA removal. cannot dispose of an idle tobetter much abused Southern States I.s creditable to
TRANSIT CO.'S R. Ill: Telegraphic orders promptly\ attended to. business. advantage, than In running his eye their intelligence and liberality. They have
37-3m INDUCEMENTS: TO MANUFACTURERS through a handbook of proverbs. The only no reason to fear that their confidence in the
, trouble with such a book is that it is all South: misplaced.! Their property and per
extending from FEIINAXDINA on the Atlantic i II. I:. DOTTERER, by exemption for u term of yours from plums!, all\ seasoning and spice, and thus sonal rights will be protected by just and
cloys the reader quickly. In looking over equal laws, although for five years at least
taxation offered
to CEDAR KEY, on the Gulf coast by tho several cities and
such a collection, one wonders who were the colonists cannot vote, and will have no
: > thus! ullbrding to the producer cheap, constant FEUX.XDIX.FX.Or.ID..\, towns. Apply to authors of all its good things. For thousands share in the government of the state or of

I and rapid transportation to the best /-OfTicecor. Beach & of them are anonymous, and perhaps the the four counties in which their homes are
i markets. DEALER IN 7lhats.,1"crnundilta. bent of them. Yet each one of them must located. It might be well," 7/rraWadds,
10tfOTIUITV have had an author, as those primitive machines "if our own countrymen would judge th,
The belt of country traversed by the Transit Fine Family CirocrrloH -- ---- and tools, the plough: and the spade, South with the mime generosity and candoras

n. R. embraces i ii .v IIHOTIIKH must! have hud inventors, who in their pre these intelligent Englishmen.: ;' They

i AND Hot-ond Street, opposite) Post-OlHeo historic day and generation, were as great would probably cometodohula very soon, In
mechanical geniuses as were the inventors the natural course of events, if designing!
EVERY VARIETY OF SOIL 1' R 0 V I :S lOX/ "" -S-- ... of the steam engine and Hcning machine politicians would only let them alone. This

:.: -:-: =- later along, who, living in the days of patent colony Is to bo planted' in East Tennessee,
to be found in the State, a large proportion oflli-cs, secured both profit and renown for not far south of the Kentucky line, on the

being peculiarly adapted to the culture of their ingenuity. It i* anonymous wisdom, plateau of the Cumberland River and in u
Customers can rely ujxin getting C1IOICP2GOODS : (for the most 'part, with which (the hund- tract through which the Cincinnati Southern
:- ; i-TKoriCAL FBI-ITS and Early Vegetables, books of proverbs are cru wclcc Webster de ., Railroad runs. It is a fine limestone and

[..and The Istrge, Cumjjnct llodiet of Timber : asNOTHING I fines proverb to be a short sentence, often timber region, and very salubrious.! There ,
4 ; make these lands worthy of CAREFUL EX repeated, ixpfH.singu: well-known truth or has been u lintel on the tract since March ;
"LU//.Y.1770.V by manufacturers of LCMIIEBIXDNVAL common fact ascertained )by cx]>crience or roaiU have been surveyed and laid out ; nurseries -
., BUT THE FINEST BRANDS: I observation. Of course the proverbs of the of fruit trees planted and n sawmill
: HTOI! ] various nation and !brick kihiure
are racy of their lIulI.Iul\ In operation. The British
tit III I('If of them are blunt and homely with company' in charge has a capital of $7 ),OOO,

NEW SETTLERSPurchasing are !kept_ _in__stuck._ the bluntness and homeliness of common awl Its lroll1lJh'l"lnchIl16 dome of the most
-- --- n -- --- --- I lift: lul'un.! was not_ only a collector of proverns distinguished men in the United Kinisloni.

.ANGEL v FRIEXD, -- hut the author or u great number of It owns about 100.000 acres of land in nearly
land from this company are fur- r sententious sayings full of significance lie a solid) body, and it is supposed that the

Xtished with entire free ptutaye on the Tran. : CONFECTIONERS, observes that "he that goes Into a foreign company will endeavor to l tie rather than

sit. Railroad for family and personal effectsthe B.KIHSXD. country, )before he knows Its language, goes Mil fu land in fee-simple. The colony U 1 to
td to school and not to travel.) per contra, be formally otiened' September 14 with
station .
nearest the land purchased.: CHOICE H1'OV1UI'TJlt.: :: RANGERS: ; ,
thousands of people travel abroad now, not an address ny Ir. Hughes netting forth the

x. ,TITLE: COMPLETE, being (derived by Groceries, Cigars, uiul Tobaccos, TIN ANI. :oJlIlITIItOWAlm; : only without tie least knuwlelgeofanyrumy ohjectaoftheentcrpri.se and the nature of
grant from the United State; and purchase eign language,/ but with only the slightestpuisible Its organization.-/// iara Sun .< -

from the State of Florida. TOYS' AND FANCY ARTICLES.Weddings. ROOFING W GUTTERING: knowledge of their own. Wherever ----
we dip in a collection of proverbs WH are IT yearly take, : )),OOO acres.of forest to
I ;: eCOItRFSI'ONUENCE, SOLICITED. CUCUMBER( WOOD PUMP, ETC.: sure of finding wit and wisdom both. supply: cross-ties fur the railroads of tho
Entertainment", ami l'i'uil'!!, Here are four saying about success, viz. : United f-jfato It takes 000,000 tics to
4 escriptive MAPS and CIKCTLARS mailed on furnished at the shortest notice, ut rock-IIIJt. A large stork of Stoves bit Band Jive ua Kuccttuiful guilt U the bane of society ; supply the demand, for which on an average

innlication. tom prices, at I a call, and compare our prices with those Ilf Success consttraU-H! the foulest Crimea t' the contractor gi-U thlrty-fl vo cents a piece! A
1 ANGELS BAKERY, I other louses1, here or elsewhere. Success make a fool teem wise; Success making in the u,;ggrcgate$5,25),000.Inbuild-; )
C'ntre Street' U never blamed. Many a lonely friend-
---- ------?-- ---- fug a new road the -ou tractors figure on 2.70O
Land CommKsioner. 23 Oj.p. old) P. O. Building. t-- less man in a throng half felt that a great tie to the mile, while it takes 300 tic to the
.- _h __ __ __ __ O. S. OAKEN: i city U a great solitude more
> Office cur Beach and Seventh fits.Ifttf i< depressing mile to keep) u constructed road in repair.
'+r1 with ita nocial contrasts even than a great The of good land
1.Ri-TR1'-:) average a piece of timber :
BUILDER: j foretit.
1 COXTHAt"COIXU :, lie who has good health is young, U 200 tie to the acre and twelve tie to the
DICES whatever hU age nosy 1Je. lie who serves tree. White or burr oak: b considered the
1\ W. LOHMAXN'SFAMOUS MAxcret rtREd: the ImbUe has but a scurvy rua. tt'r. Here is best timber for the purjxwe, although cherry
... a proverb which had the note of Scotland ash and locust
Wholesale and Retail MOULDINGS m.U'KI-fH maple, even have been
HAWED AND about it
: "A do;* whlnayowla if fell him
ye Iat ed. business
elUl.lovU1ent to
M\VEI.S.: wi' a bane
ImpAtient AU'ial
reformer, army of chopjt-ni, who_ are paid ten cents l
I STATIOXERV cannot tolerate the
eOIS world it
all ii, are apiece for wh tie. A continued'' practic
Prepared Flour. WEATHERBOARDING :SHEATHING, taught: patience by the Persian proverb : makes the chopper expert In the use of the

Aud JlI'HI, AX b FLOOR.ING. neighbor The Most High (J'JfIIlt't"J6 1 and Lean; my axe, and single' titan ha been knovvu to
3- -- knows nothing:, and yet..id always get out thirty-live tie In a day.yet the average '
5 finding fault. One of the oldest Greek U only ten, while will
an .expert probably
39 WEST Div SUET ONLY FIVE CENTS; : assert that those whom the gads
d PER POUND. Blair uud C'liurelt Tore get out twenty.Tur .
IVork die young, or, ut it ha been finely( put .
ACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. A SPECIALTY. by'an KnglUh: putt : "To die young is bt'Uv- Jtu.'MIIan Court invited- Pro- Ayer and
j-n a divinevt gift.." An old proverb, which hi* family to therchJuke'lI wedding in the
6-tf AT OLD 1'. 0. BUILDING. DOOIW AND WINDOW FILUIKS: ba. come down from a far part U to the Royal Puhu-e. This distinction was awarded
-- -- ttfect that the voice of the people b i the him not only because ho ua American.,
SUn.cmDE TO TilE 31UlROr.$2I'ER: '(*t Office Box 171. ALL SIZES. I voice of {;od. This mtem to give a ort of hut also because his name a*a physician. had
;Itf.s boo 1 Ilookftu l Specially' $1 fur six month Jan Frruandiiu countenance to the 1".111 vbt'doctrine thai jecume favorably known in Ru-suln nu its

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LOCAL. REFLECTIONS. I Jteat F.stnlc tn "alllltW" 1'tJ..1-()JI'cp-' Xotttc. oi' 1:ELLEC'I'iO: ; j journals. with the yeas and nays thereon! I
rIn4 NOTIC1.j and did refer the same to the Legislature: S.
The following transfers of r'UII'8tate Il -VnniX00/ to 7:00 i'. M.
: were Office .
=-c:::: :::--- -: =_-. .- he chosen and whereas,
Money( Orders and ]Letters from To nil ,,lift An g\dnr the, Nhrrijfs" ( of tlif Mute( "f then next to ; V
recorded in the books of the clerk of the Registered: then nest chosen,
of said State
-!.(JO A YKAll; $1.00 FOR MX JtOXTIS $:Ou A. M. to 1 LN: ) I'. >i. ; and from 2:00: i j.. M. 17'Iridtt: Legislature did bv
.' ... .... .. --.- -. .. .. court fur this. : county during thief month of to 330; p, M. Sundays from 10:30:: to 11:30.M. :: A. ]KNOW n, that I r. W. D. BLOXIIAM, Secretary to wit: the Legislature of A.1).1579 elected.1 toeocli!r
of State of the State of Florida, dn n majority of all the members
""t To Correspondent August : and 3:30:\ to 4:30:: f. M. I
hereby notify 1\111\1111 !singular the :Sherilfs: of house thereof, agree to such proposed! revision
4 i ; OurrffjmnJentt and jvrimnx, liming' buam' erawiia Peter Cone, !sheriff, to Marion II. ARRIVAL .*NP KP\inTKK: : OK TMH MMTS.Xorthtrn the, l'\l'rllll'ot1lJliCIi! .of the State of Florida, I ; and whereas, ; the, Legislature of lS,9:\ !) .1i.J.> 1 I
title paper trill please direct to FLORIDA ; foreclosure of mortgage Mull-Arrives: dully at 111:111( ::{() A. M. that by resolution dalypaMSCilreennutendtothe, ,
.MinnoK, 1'crnandiixt, Fin. ; twenty-live acres of the Closes :S.iH: ) r, r.smtJn A General Klccliou: ) electors of the next election\ for the members
Snare/ .$ :33:!*> (*),
A1 a
Vote for or agailllt
.1/"jl-Arr 3:30:: r. M.Ch of thc Legislature to
} 1, Church Services To-Morrow. Peter Cone, sheriff, to Marion: H. ( .e.< 10:00.r: Will beheld, in each County in Florida. ('OllVI.'IItiOIl, atld did th'rdu provide .1I111Ih. -r. ;
l' Sanderson ; foreclosure of mortgage ,st, M rry a und Trai'rr's WH Mill/- rest that the !secretary of State should incur I .\
k.; 11 o'clock:::In'TERtAneY.and 8:00. Dr. J. II. :MyeW: :: ut ; twenty-five acres of theSnarez Arrives 'Tncsd.ijs and FriJatit: 2:30:: 1'. M.Closes ON Tl'1'iH.'t'XT:: : :SUCCEEDING: : : ]: l I';: )orate, with the notice or the (-; late .)

ys METHODIST n. in.Rev., J. Atkins: p.j m. : / ( 5Mi; !! on(/ ( I"thl111111 Thursdays. ntHHOA./ :' M.St. FIRST: MONDAY: ]) ]IN NOVEMBER tion to be held in the year issu 1 a notice of
at 1050: o'clock '
{ u. m., and 8 p. in. : 11. C. ]I'arker and wife to Jackson /'/"/ .., (in., until' : .\. 1). ls.sn\ such recommendation, with proper instructions
nOM.CATHoLlcHev.. J. O'l'oylc.. lit :Mizellj; lot 1 IlnIJlol'k 8 at Kings) I Arrive Mondays ami Thursdays! at SH' : ) .\. M. II ( us to the mode of compliance with

10:30:: a. m., and 17:30: p. m.i Ferry 12.:?", (/fl Tuesdays. and 1 "Friday's; at 2J:: () I'. M. The !said Tuesday, : being the !sei'ond' day eil !such recommendation; ,

i KpiHTorAb-llcv. 0. 1' 'l'hal'kara, at 11 Charles 11. Thnrston, receiver and VyiibrsduynndSut'ifaysatO.iiO" :' .\. :M. ! and the following
( Clones I Tncsilays, Wednesdays! I Is hereby given,
I) clock a. IlL, and 4:30: tit. trustee! of the St. Mary's River
p. nudeifcnudii110rnitltsuclt
M it Lumber William I n.Wh.lwrig'llt 1'riil.iyH and Saturdays. at 2.HO; r. >i. For a Governor; and Lieutenant (Governor ? are hereby j given; as to the ( I
--- Company, '
:S\MI: ,. T. ]I'n! >niii.: P. M. I.fthl' State of Florida/ and, for' Four Eleetors : I t recommendation:
of :tl I!' T
1 Tun lJlIlltM did not to ,Jacksonville ; part) sec. such
? go on of President! and. Vice-President, of theUnited 1 1st. Anyelector\ desiring to Vote at
I N, It 2) ]K;. I 1'14/f'' (1M)
a atp :; her last! trip. Mates ; lection in'favor of:such a t'onvl'lItilllll-hal1'
k -------- t t.llj:1rninVo"I'i: and wife to George .1"otnfnirnira. For one Representative t i of the First! (Congressional have written or printed on till'IIIIIC': ballot

MR. UCHTW STARK, of this city, left for the, Coleman ; W 1 of S 1 of lot 2, sec.1'J General J. J. Finley.! Major A. J. Ru-"cll: \ :< District of Florida, in t the Forty- on whidtlie( named of the person or pcrsoiHotcd

I North on the IrdGa. '\ T 2 N, It 25E.................. !l01./f)) Hon. C. 1' Cooper, General: I "'III. Lorin;r, !sevelltlt'Uligrest) oftho United :States: ; \" for for any olllcc!\ orotlices at !said! del"I I

---- - ..----- N. S. ttpchurch and wife to Henja- .\. v t t. Clair-Abnims I :and other 1 DernoiTaticspciikcrs : I For one Representative1; uf I the Second, tion are w rittn'n or )printed), I\IlIll1n( the saute I

5 TUB through;; 1 passengers of the !ootC'III1'ltip: min( Woods, .. ; S1 1 of lot 2, !see.: 10, will address the people at the following Congressional!; : T 2-', it :25!: l H:; twenty ftens( ........ 75 Oijlenjamin pl.l"'H: Forty-scvtnth! (t'ongl't'I"i'lIfthl''lIitl'.1\ States. printed, and not on the, othersldo. the- words( I
Cil1 (!f Da>l Woods and wife to t Moses Crescent (City, SVptpmlur,' J I.Saturday. Fora' Convention : and any elector t
4 i day. (Chapman: ; 11 12 1 of S A of lot :2! of P.iliitka, ScpfpiiiiK-r+. I C!, Monday.( And, on the !'amC'J: .\' a General Elce-tion to vote against such Conveiftk, !shall' .

V TIIK Hoard of -- SIU; of"e('. 1 JJ! T 2 N, R '.'!5) E: ; fifteen \\'cluku."I.telllbl'r::" H, Weihiesilay.Tocoi will be held l have written or printed\ on such ballot, on '
County (Commissioners i stet .. the side thereof above prescribed, the words ;
acres. Septi-mbiT !1))I. TJmr. day. ( t'
!In ( of K;pumh5u for Senator:: "
1 the-County :
Wednesday evening last: ; except' pn""!tij);; St. AugUftine. September !I'l, at night "Against Convention.( :
; :
:Moses and wife Owen
Chapman: ; to from the First t :Senatorial: District
number of bills! I no I 1t 9iIteNM! was transactedR. nfl'I'n! (Cove, S'-pfembir 1" Friday., ; -'on--'IIthill: herein is intended to prevent -
Jones ; K: J of H 1 of lot 2 of /S1:1: i :. In the 1'.111111of Jackson fur a /Senator elector! who desire to vote, 1 for l-
:\ : 13.: Monday.Mandarin any may :
---- of sec. 111! T :2! N, It 25 E ; live acres 1 10 I IHJ} Iidrlh'bur.pII'IIlIlI'r; from the Third 1 Senatorial:: I District, ; but not intend
y W. SorniwicK, the courteous. agent uf: :September; 1 I 1. T1IP! ; In the Counties( of Callmun and Franklin
George! C. Coleman and wife to II.i/- for oflice, from
for <
to vote / ): l.In any
I'otto: the :Mallory:\ Line at this'city, andifc\ ur zar Kohcrson ; lot 2. !see Ill!), T2 :September: 15, Wednesday. for Senator:: from the Fifth :Senatorial: District voting on the 'Convention question, but no f

'1 rived by the ('if!! of J>M/ from/ the North N, It 2) ]K: ; live (IMt Yellow Piluir. September" l 10) Thursday.:< < i ; elector I is to be permitted to vote'( more than I

on Wednesday.TIIK Turner )fluting and/ wife to K. A. Fl'fIHHlilla.I'pl..lllhl'r: :: I", at night I In the (Counties: of> UJt'rlun"l Waknlla one ballot mi the pica Voting for both, persons
-_--' ..-. .- -- ][well ; N 1 of lot 2 in 1IIIekII ('allahall:1'Itc'llIh'r:: 15*, :Saturday.King's Ii II' Senator:: from the :Scunth; :SenatorialDNtrict :: for oilices\ and for or against a Convention.

City itf Dallas sailed I'nr'l'W York at in (the city of IVrnandina) ........... 525:! (IHI) ; Ferry, :September: 2(1!(), M ta.ly.) I ; Senator Only one ballot should be l'el'l'In..lfrolll I
In the t of JefVcrson\ for
County a
Mr. G.k Starkc Balolwlll'll'll'lIIlll'r:' : 21!I. TUl llay.: each ejector nt !such ('l('('(jolt.2d .
daybreak yesterdaymorning. S. A. Swann to Alon/o 11. Noves ; I from' the :Ninth'Senatorial:: District ; Thl''lIft..", cu-t; on this question shall I
-of this city, Mrs..!. 15. Wnl'lt's.oCcaltlt'svilll'( (; ('rlllll')' 1 Hand, /sec. Itt'I' :2 tf, It In I i the County of Hamilton I fur a :Senatorbunt be canvassed and. declarations and return

Dr. Stout, of Jacksonville, and\ Mr. J. \\r 251'\ ]:, seventy-nine acres! ... 1tiHl: ( (onItrainard l'I'ints it O Cents.A I the : .'\' Senatorial:: 1 District I ; Ihl'l'eofoohall! be made: bv the Inspectors:< and I '. I'

Fisher were the T. :Smith and wife to Henry ) of firt-cla.vs Prints, worth !0 I cent", In the County! of Alachn.i for a Senator:: : by County Canvassing Hoards and the StateCanvassing I
l passengers.MB. {
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.} __ It. Smith ; S\V 1 of !see 14 all jn t received J.I ,( K\M. from the Thirttl'lIlhi1'raatol"ialllj..lrld: ; :,< Hoard, in the same manner and
I ; fur o'f !sec. 22 t'xccpt-'W \ T 2 N, It -- .. -V'I' III the (County of Bradford,I I for u Senatorfrom ut the same times as votes" cast! l for personsfor : !
\ l\c1i:L LFFII.H. many years past 21 E:: hundred and !sixtyaeres. the Fifte-cnth Senatorial District
: ; !seven For Kent. + ; ufliet'S! lit said!. election and required bylaw -
bookkeeper uf the firm of Sunhorn t Hoythad 050' (Hi) ]In the County of Putnam for a Senator to he canvassed, declared and, returned.

an attack of )paralysis, .Monday night Maria; Friend, ('hurlesII ('J, rt at., Two, llrst-eliissdwelliiiK-houses. thorough; from the :-::1'"l'lIi'cnth:1'lIatorial:: District: ; The attention of :Sheriffs: is called to the
Wood lot (1 J of 31: T repair,, in good neighborhood; especiallydesirable In the County( of Marion for Senator; + notice of said,l
At last:! account he was Improving come/, to Mary ; sec.! < us summer rl'l.kIWI'tablcs':: : law requiring; them to cause a
281 E: Ino) INI' : from the :-'llIl'Il'l'lIthl'lIatdrial:: )District j ; in
3 N, It ; (ten acres election to be published a newspaper
Or. Palmer it: the attending, )physician. would bo provided. required.' Apply to I In the Counties of Dade and, Brevard,l for
if there bo in
Win-dull A, Swann: printed in the county, a paper)
Henry II. to S. :
; 1 Ftoitinv TOWN IMI'ao ::\ : 'f (COMP'INY: : Senator:: from the TWl'nl.tir.ct:1'lIatl1l'lol\ :: I
]lots 20(' and 21 in block 15 and lot the county ; and I if there be no paper pubo
: llottl.Minted
A KVKclU. THIIX left here on Tuesday, !last: : Opposite; KjAiiiunt", District) ; east
Ii! in block -Hi 1(; in the of Peer lisheslintheeonntytheyshallcauseat ;
with tho family of tho deceased ('onlludorYcekl nandina alto seventy-n'ine acreiOn In the COUlltof Shutter for Senator: live copies of this notice! to be |Misted in the '
; nt O/u-r: District :
\ accompanied by Dr. Palmer, for the! C'raney Island. 1,7'm' ) "tmJtniv ) I from the TWl"tS..tllir.li1'lmtmlal: ; most I'ullil'plul'('!! in the county.
:30) barrels Florida :: In the'aunty/ of Walton for a Senatorfrom '
.. Syrup Ix 'r.:'ITDln'IIEUE': ''', I have hereunto "
scene of the wreck. Tho remains of Mr .UNhu' ) ..hclsSocd I' itsits.rs. I the 'fwl"t '--"lIatol'lalllbtrid:: : ;set my hand and have hereunto I
Necks were interred at Waldo on Wiilues. to Help Poor Hoy*. A. 1 B.! \oyts. I In the Counties of Polk and Manatee t for utilxcd\ the Great Seal of the '

A business! man of this city! buts: found IL Senator; from the Twenty-seventh! Senatorial of Florida at Tallahassee ,
day morning. State !! "
..... \ !Brick!
-- time, in spite of the urgent daily duties: District ; [l..s.] the Capital, this the fourth( day of "
t Cu-rAINscuULTZOfthchurk.l/coorwitich: ( which he, like e'erl1I1! else, is (called, upon f.i"II'. In the I County of Volnsia for.> a :Senator: August) A. 1)). I.SNO. i

arrived on Wednesday, evening last (from to perform, to inaugurate among the street, Cement I, from (Twenty-ninth Senatorial District! ; 11'. n.I) ULOX1IAM.: f f
boys n movement that cannot help being of Plaster. I In the (County of St. Johns for a :-iIIllIrfl'olll : 50-td :Secretary; of :State.1'i.iaY : .
London reports] : that II{' parsed IL .Int of lipnfit to many more )persons than those! directly I Hair( the Thirty-first: Senatorial District tt!t

wrecked stuff, ccdarsticks, pine lumber, etc.. concerned. \\ hen ho finds a poor AT S\xnoii\:' I Hnvr's. On I the same! day an election will be, held) t
between St. John's liar and this: port Tin boy \wlio seems: bright he enrolls" : him as a -- -- I in the (County of Madison, e-onstituting the T .t 'I..t.JUU I
member tin modest !si 1Il'1\'lilr! f self-improve Jiint Jtecelrcil : Tl'lIthellalorlal:: District, for a Senator to (:Successors: : .. to J. :M. (Cooper t: Co.' ,)
hark Inulpeaewltiett/ / arrived on t the same day,, meat, and charges himself with the work of 2K( barrels: Flour. I i fill the vacancy oce-asioned! by the resignation ;

passed an American schooner bottom up) oil finding such! occupation[ for the members' :300; sacks ( '01'11. of lion. Dennis.. f 1' agar who) was elected, 1IE4LEKM: : IN

:St. Augustine.: spare moments ns shall open) to them sonic 1 150' barrels Pearl (inst.l1Nl I :Senator: for the term of four years: at I the J .,,"School and .Illscollauoouis! I
pleasanter views of the world, than the hnm'l K. I). Meal.: (General) Ejection held on the first! Tuesday, 1 1f E
1\88.OC" Lint. street and shop! afford. Sometimes as: many/ "SO)) boxes lI ('UII. after the first' Monday November, A. 1)). .-". 1

J s Tho following passengers arrived by the of the members ns are at leisure go on n 300 baltt.\ Timothy hay i H78; -f N L--- :
i short excursion in the woods.., where! .. In the of Duvid constituting tho .
Dnllns, Wednesday : Mr. a tramp :COi: ) sacks;: Oats .\. P. Novi.s. I 'ounty
of on
=4 steamship City they find in trees something' ; more interesting : l Eighteenth Senatorial District:< for a Senator J( HOOKS ; HOOKS )t.
l and Mrs.! Southwlck ; II. Miner ; )Ir. and than tearing the bon' ;ghs; oil; again they to fill t the vacancy occasioned by the resignation $

:Mrs F. O. Baldwin ; )Ir. and Mrs. HColcman search: for geological specimens: among rocks;: .1C.tUl.\'I:. of lion.' J. 11. Darker) who was -- isrSTATIONERY 1

C ; Mrs. F" McDonald[ ; 1irs..1. W and stones! that once seemed to them good) elected) :Senator: for the tt'rIIot' four years at l -,
Fernaniltnti.1IK.II .
only to throw at boys!, dogs or (drunkards: Fort of the General: Election held on the first. Tuesday 1 -:
Brown ; M. Kiiilcll ; C. H. Simons; Mr. and A few weeks ago they went into camp for a WATEK.: after the first Monday of Nou-mhcr ) AND FANCY GOODS: : OF ""

:Mrs.:: Ferguson ; T. .'. Cautheiij; .Her ; L. H. Cushen' ; Michael Sullivan ; A,. deal of health, knowledge, and fun at iin expense :Sunday, 5. /(:Ii" S:32\::::! I In the ('aunties of Taylor and) Lafayette, .

W. Keeler Adolf Axelrod ; I 1n.I :Seott: ;: too I trilling to bo considered.: Upon :Monday, I Ii.! ioIIII": ( 0:11"): I constituting. / the Twelfth Senatorial! 1 i", trot, Cor. Congress: ;
the boys themselves the ctlect of all this is for Senator to till the occasionedby
Tuesday( 7. !)>::3. !>::53: a vacancy
:Miss K.: Thomas.. .. .. to change tho direction of their C'xtrl'Iwr. Wednesday, 8.10IS: \ lo:3s::: "' the death of Hon. E..l: McAuley: who Slnu..I..h, (>oriia. )tV
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n'c's from mere mischief! and the brutality to elected, :Senator: for the tcrln! of fouryears --- -
The Dalian. ) Thursday, !).......,1Lo1:< l1i":::! was
I City of which mischief frequently leads untrained Friday, 10..11:111.: ( at the General Election held on t the loft SAM: ,
The steamship) City if'1)nllna arrived at natures, into ways that are as: pleasing to lit..st Tllt''llanl"t'r the first Monday of November

her dock on Wednesday afternoon at I the boys and are at the same time of the nature AKUIVI.II.August : A. D. 1H7S) ; ft ftr
t of special: education. Every boy so III the County of Hillsboronch/ (constituting t
o'clock after u rough but by no means dangerous helped will be an influence for good in hlio'n ) :27! -Sth. F. N. Tower, Adams-, the Thirtieth: Senatorial District, for a : ......... ......................................... .........++
); : voyage, She brought; some twenty- special circle, for !street boys arc as Charleston. :Senator: to fill the \'n:1IIOt'I'u..iOI1l'I: } by the ++' 1E
Francis French Moriar ,
quick as any one else to want to hear of all August Marseilles.27! -'Hark ( ), resignation; of (Ion: J, T. Leslie I who was A isiitAitM: IIOTII: !
1'b. that is new among their (' There :< t.ll'dl..1I'llator:: for the term of four years, at ,. .

conversation with one gentleman who i is room in New York for thousands: of such Perth Sept.; Amboy.Sept. 2-liark. Kate Wcntworth, (c'ox. the General Election 11(>1.1011 the first Tuesday ::...... ......:.............:ci*: hM1.
.some :: and there who have the November A. .
societies, are men after the first Monday: [ ,
is: accompanied by part of his family. lit leisure, wits and timeto organize them ; but 2-S. S. City of Dallas, Hi"k'cw U.) l"i.oo(. :-ituntl'llllirl'l'II: )' on the Railroad: :

rays" that inure of his family and neighbor let them follow the cxamply already sot and York. Ami in each of the pecti\e Counties of
Sept. 2-1 lark Imngniollr.' ( ), Ulllill) (lirl'l'II' .
so easy! to copy. the I"lall'lit'lIl'rul! Election for its constitutional ++.++
will follow about October 1st. We
may expect tick, Scotland. ++ ++

a ; ?+' I from t this time out to sec increased:< travelto The above, copied from the New York l'pt.Bark: :Mentor (C Gcr.), :Schulu: Lon- Assembly number, to' wit of: members\ eif the General; ) :...........1: I IN ONE OF] THE: :i.............
herald shows how much good u busy" doll. ,
very '
Florida and rail and the '
t by bteumcr ; yet HEALTHIEST: : PARTS OF FLORIDA :

s Radicals I in their speeches: and papers, hay man can find time to do in that great city, -LK:\IIFP.August Santa ILsramhia:: Rosa county comity three two; +:+......................... ............e.n..n.n....;t .'
Her- :
27 Jenny ;
: Sweeney,
when he has the deposition) to do !so. We ."
V that a conservative state government retards Walton t\\'Oj\
= hard, 1'h illtlld ph la. county ; For address,
Immigration frequently hear men say they have no timeto August 2.s.-:Sch.:: Nellie Star, Colly, New Holmes .e/ounty one; particulars '
..... ---- .. do this or that little thing, in aid' of some York Washington; county tine; I'J.ORlD.UnO] ]:, ;

f Fatal Ilallroad Accident move of a benevolent or a public character.We August :28-Sch.: F. N. TII'l'r..la1l1", Franklin county one; M-tf Fernandina, Fla. :,

One of those fatal accidents! which it fear lack the inclination more than New Haven. Calhoun county one; f;
they Io-dl.: W. .\. Will ',' Linekin, Jackson county three; t'r
could have August: {. i UIIS1IN 60.. '
.seems no caro or precaution ,
prevented the time. Now in quiet town -\\TI1.COX !
even t>o 11 aFernandinu > New York. !Liberty' county one; r
occurred: l the Transit Railroad on there are too many opportunities Sept. 1-S. $, City Point Creeper (Charles Wiiknllu\ county one; Importer und Dealer in d ; 'i "

{ Monday, and resulted in the death of ConductorS. for boys to learn) much and do ton. (Gadsden: l county three; "
young Sept 2-Ilri American Union, (Collins.., I Leon county four; AJcnVr .' .. '. 1 ,
Weeks well known ?
'i a gentleman much that is only bad in itself: and too frequently
us a courteous and pleasant official, and lasting in its: evil consequences ; .Philadelphia.. ,----- -- ----- -- .-- .- -.. Madison county three; i I much beloved by those who have been intimately hence would to Taylor( county one;
people :
we urge: upon our | .MRS. AXXK CST. 'I.\lCKI'. -. Et 'fjXo.
u lah.11Imllul"lualntl..l with him. Hamilton county two;
unite and provide some means counteract
"rho storm which Suwunnee county two; US lUv STREET 1
severe I'revnill'lltur"ay such evils ., Her. CENTRE:' A AtciuFKRNANDINA '.\, ufayctte I county one; ,

and Sunday did great damage in Vicinity THIRD (Columbia county three; Knvuiiiiuh, (icorgiit! t,

( t of Cedar Key, und appears to have been particularly -tJlllIU CAl'SIZRD.HAILOKH Fia., Alachua county four;

'.t disastrous along the railroad from Levy county two; Keep constantly on hand good supply of
i-LlMt TO TilE IIILLI'K HIE \ BvKLFOHTVEUillT :: Bradforel county two; t their celebrated f
Cedar Key to Bronson. Conductor Burroughs IlorHMSD .'R): ri lull I'):\LER IX TIIK 'lay county one; II

i fearing that the trestles might hare \V.\cllKI .'HIOREI'TEUUR: I Baker county fine JOT MANIPULATED OUAXO.-ti\

-: been weakened, did not leave Cedar Key until t-CMC. (''hol't' I'riiHs anti VogrlabloM, :-1I""lIlIl'IIUllt)' two: ; I.

and Conductor Weeks The brig Caroliney, of Ball or. )Maine I Duvul county four; Nothing better can be had for full and win.
daylight .
; Cupt. Geo.; A, Warren left Fernandina lost COXFKCTIONKIUl-: : : : KTC.lHis : St. Johns county two; ter crops. Price FIVE POLLAIW! PER I
V \\L1 who had charge of the south-bound train Friday, with a cargo lumber from Col. Reid I Volusia county one; BAG, or FIFTY DOLLARS PER TON,

.moved forward very cautiously after dark bound to Philadelphia. When hu left the Orange. county two; F.O.B. railroad or steamer at Savannah.

jTE Monday evening ; and so anxious did he wind was blowing K.N.E., but a moderate ,.' Garden; Fetnls, Flowers:: Farm 7 un,1Ganlt'n tf l'Utll:1I1 county two; Send for, circulars giving (.-certificates('. '
breeze. On t Saturday the gale struck her Implements. Marion county two; -- ----- -- -
feel for the safety of hU train that he rode
drifting her to the south; and at 2 a. in. on Stutter county two; G. I'. AVERY
upon the locomotive himself and kept a Sunday morning a seasweptherdecks, carry W. K. IIAUKNIGIIT, Hernando county two;

sharp lookout ahead with the engineer, for ing away every thhi'. At 5 a. m, on the linear, I HillshonMigh county two; IIL I-:
.name morning the brig about New Polk county one; (
fallen trees upon the track or misplaced enty-five miles 'cUl"lzN.Fernandina WHOLESALE: AND RETAIL II Manatee county one;

rails. They had proceeded: nearly to Rosewood : light. She righted again and drifted ashore; BUTCH AND STOCK DKAI.KH: :(!, I ]Dade county one; n'F.RYXn HOARDING STABLE:*

when the engine was suddenly precipitated about two mile north of Matanzas Inlet. ANDDrall'r i Brevard county one; t

into a washout A freight; train The crew swum ashore about midnight Monday In lee. Monroe county two. CARRIAGES:: AND WAGONS: '
and night, leaving the brig a total wreck TENNESSEE: : BEEF: A SPECIALTY I To and from Steamers and Trains. \1 {
had just passed over all right, as the 1 And on the same day there will be held
The crew of live men art now here withouta ]P.KOOM: STREET "'II.\RF. CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC.:
country was Hooded, this train probablyloosened dollar and almost naked.; The captain i iexpected I.> in each county of the State a General; Election J
the tie and dirt. to-morrow. ISMf FEUNAND1NA.. ..\. for Constables, each county being allowed FOR HALE :
-- --- und entitled to one Constable fur HOUSES; : ..
Conductor Weeks stood immediately behind The crew report having 1)a.tt'l1 a learner ,
bound south, about U u'i'boi:k- on Saturday. : JIHJIITIX, every tWIImlllln..1 registered voters in the : :
the engineer between the cab and ten. On Tuesday morning they dhl'U'l'rt'lII't't.C'Suf county; Prowled, Aotmrr. that no county WAGON.7'TEItMS

and as they dropi>ed, and closed up, he a steamer and two mail! bags that had 10NTRACTOII} AND BUILDER: hall have more than twelve Constables; yet POilite and Stable. .-First Street
that each shall be entitled to at least near
t county
been ivhore. letter in the the
between them and crushed to day
caught Bni Street: .h.tf
was I .m Wharf
Constables of tho number of .
death He met his death while doing more body) of a man was washed ashore at the. : .\ladmatrt't.t:: between :Second; \ and Phil! two ni"'ll'rt'll'otl'rs..
same The wrecked steamer is ;
than hi* duty. The engineer and fireman I to place.be one of the New York and sup.potieti Havana FKRNANDINA: ) FLA. II WiiEKEt, the Legislature of the :State of AUT1IUK ('. FORD,

slightly injured. steamers bound to Cuba Her name Florida, of .1. D, 1!>;;, did determine by a
were only will could) not bo ascertained.The Orders and estimates from a distance carefully vote of a majority of all the member elected DI-; TNT,
and trains
track Is being repaired,
r The brig drifted about in an unmanageable ) attended to. .5-tf to each of the house thereof, that it is necessary .
I hq running again on Monday. No injury condition for forty-eight hours before tn cause a revUion of the entire Fourth:: ., bet. Centre and Alachua: .

i was done to the train except that to the engine reaching the shore. The surfering of the I PRINTING: : in t''t'f"h.ll'. and ut Constitution of :said State and) did enter

crew were intense.- Tttrjtlutitt 'P't''lllf'r :. JOB. lowest rates at the MIKKOK; office. .Loch llelt'rruiuatilJl111'1& their ropcrtite 4Stf FERNANDINA, FLA

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