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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: September 11, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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.' II. PBUNANDINA FLA. SATURDAY, SUPTKMBUK 11 1880. NO. GO. :
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Sl'.ll'i: SIMS. teous n nil obi iuingiiiCo4ii; iiu Hoiiso odleiuls, pe-s-on inji'ieilhlovvn t fro. u uiilroiiil tic-silt1' I his kllowh'",;I'. a <'MSI of chills and fever I political I proclivities: IlIi-;ltt 1n, will hesitate
never ori 'inated in .1t opka City.Th(' to invest their money among us: irIC'h 4 \ 1 !
for iiitereiing; Siiforiiitlon: : eonrei'ii'iig' ; the aIn ii'n injlt.tvi.The I :;
.I1tl cluHI. e.\poi'i\ null itia uiui1v IVns.i'-ola. (Fiom (tin' sioi'm ciii oil' out' mail facilities. Nn s camci'liblr\ i is. plying: between Mellonville( Christian gentleman as Covcrnor liloxbambe -
On Thursday last Jf(r. 15. L..1 Rildwtn, machinist figures furnished: by these gentlemen' mail came to this place from :Saturday tn I I and I'lay :Springs: once a week, going; down their prote t tai r. Ho is: known throughout ; -
at }DoIgV mill, had; his left font caughtin learn 4h.it the trial nmoiint of tliiibershipjied : '1'11111.1:1lm.I: :and the mail( leeched wa", Fridays and returning .III\rI"\ "' .- Mr.W. the Stale' as a Christian,,( a man of
of the wlll'C'lI1I1 his af I lawkiiisville anal coiiscivalive viows: and the( man chin'
the belting of ono fiuiii this putt f.ir toe. year ending\ Monday( night's. The railioad track from A. l/ovell's hummock grove ,
font was torn off and, thrown over his head September\ \ l I.t, I IO.: it !n),...-o..il) cubic feet, here to Oder Creek, we learn, was in a Iwvlcoudi'ioi. : \ in this eou.itv. yielded l him in 1?<7Mt sacrificed his interest years ago to )t
and the llesi was: torn off( to the knee from all( to foreign; ports', while the previous .-(.Vr/'fr/ A'I.I/ J'tf-fiml. I .I7.IHH1' oranges: ; in t-1il: !', H..OIHI, and this anal educate c'lIh'rc'll11:111 ; colored clubs are --
the bone. )Drs. Phillips null )McKInMry( year tht' 'loial timotiiit shipped! \\ .\" ( ,, ,;\ !tMcubic Leone, year' it will probably produce ::'INM/U),) ormore. being' organized in Middle Florida, its members -
the limb nhove: the knee, and nt last We mention this as u criterion of pledging: their faith: and (influence fll Ito,
putated (
f'c'1. (For (his year the ninoiint of The Tadatui"scH' /' accounts the MilTering patient is dung well 1 lumber shippisl i 'o foreign pousns TiO.IMOWMf.uperI'ui.il :\ ,- done to the cltoIlC'rnl'( of l.con county,, i iI the wondciful increase: of this one crop in half. of his "ppurl.-.Hm Hansom, who
t -.\ II Atadiua widow told I the eeiiMis : thi"c''lIot.\ the three seasons including worked fur lice/ Jlloxham 1 for several years,
foci : c'na'twj'I' ::1'?' Sl.i.HX( ) !511pel I by the, late stortlat sihundred\ hales. Al .
taker I that borage; was twenty.-liteyearsan.l 1 1I that of IM.st.-.Ip'tpltc I | t'itivii.I'lttlHtllt.; heard the vpocchos: made I by e\-SenatorCon-;
of $aIitNO!
( 'filial :('1'1, makbi'V: a total : : filly dollars per bale this would amount to
I now the census: taker i.< being; laughed at by tola'' nf over, Col. HishocHnd ivn.; Lodwith hootherevening. .
Mipeifieial feet as compared\ ) with a the, handsome sum of th'fty. thousand: ,1..1-! ,
hal been widow Jim ( t"Jlox( (mitt ('1111 beat
hi cronies. The woman a : llIrll
l,7.MtNNi! ) !siiperlicial If the same pcrtndlast : The ;gale that visited our place :Sundaylast UK.I.F. .
so long that she forgot; that I her husband. was year. ,,'t' are also informed by these lars.WE: had the plcasuruofimcting a t few days!' \ was mild comp.ucd! with the gale tvojears all three of thc'lIput together speaking.:
killed during the rebellion, or c"'lIh''nyeal' gentlemen; that the total value of (imports' for sitlrt'lr.: A. M. Ire.', tr vtlitgarcnt; for" tin. ago; ainl the one of I 12 s7l. The IotOl'1IIII'allll.fl'olll If the llepuhlloans do not bring too heavy
-(tiiliidtillln Sun :Southern:; I I'press Company( ; 'Ia.. \1'\, kindh i I pressure (11,1111.1iit, he will vote for lllox-
l ago. the Mine period i'l $lUt.I.il.li.Thl'| : stormy I the Northeast and on Mondayebaiigetl
r.. The 1II'rl'llml" of (hl1tH' vi11e are laying Northeastershi1i have prevailed in out fllrnl..llI..lllOwith. 1'lra": it hlll'I"'C'llhtollllh someMatistics of the the hand-IUIMness ''- : to the eastward. and: Southeast, ham.-.-F.v-Senator: Conover, Col. tlishte( __
immense. the fall I and, winter. so : and Uen./ !I.odwith spoke at Deyrtrman's hotel :
for l
stocks
ill
a
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Fr !him of
with With
the
city for three days were fraught;; pleasure : of that company's agents.I >in we when it died away. exception;
+' .\ larger cotton crop than for the past several and discomfort( anke.. -Thc'Yn-iacola A: learned that this' total shipment of vegetableby -. Il t 'Ic' "1I1:11IjI": building of the l.itkiu House, Wednesday evening, creating \but little 4
doubt be made this that : for" the months nf hApril. 11I1..ill""I.OOIlH. :: of Uepublican: friends.
; will no season company C'1I1 our
years the w'uli asntalinterest (the I Iul'
waunsettled washing
C' I'erdiilo: Uai'ioad: has paid -: May ami June of tt'illIIClIIIIII'\ :< t tl.HilUI ht which by ; away
and our business men are expecting a in tin, the brick' are still of the opinion that in the election
t of $ l,0oo.)II'IlIlI1t'n..l.c',1 M.WO : pounds; ; 1 for (the. same months ot'I the foundation uponvhiib .
{. ; heavy trade. -ta!>n",rillf lief.Columbia sinkiiig t'11111:. It has a Miiki'tg (fund now nf 1 7'.t! :'JtKi7HHt! pounds ; and for' the sannnmnthsof structure resteduul\ the breaking up of flu of iov.; Hloxham our State will continue t'
s t I.SMI, :I t,7SiMlO:'( :\ ) i it prosperous
> maki
$ (I."MI' > and Imsi.iess is inc. easing: ; ig; ran at the saw mill, no other damage' was
I? This year the former's will serve cotton recd! neci"-ary to li.ue more rolling slot'k. ThisroaiJ ing) the rapid\ increase. in the, Volume of this t done. The gas house\ will have: to be Irv the north end of the C'OlllllIllfortll us thai '
and will oat. lOIl-.ld/fllr! growing jmlustry.The classiiiedacito ( .. had but little rain the gale was as disastrous there as iu this and
t, some plant ; i is: nine miles i : ; :shipments maybe built. Fortunately "
The demand for bacon is i unprecedented.Nearly (if til mien. districts as follows: : during; the storm, which was a rl'lIll'l'1i"r to section. Netir4cvIIhetlit': ; new residence
J'II,,,d.e. Jlowl.10WI and l also the .I
J.I :S. Prevail was \,
bacon. thr'cacres
farmer wants: ylr.1'.L.11'urdhaseatabtut\ : show t that flit
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every : hou"'ekcepcrs.--WatI'uk's
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9 From Jacksonville. I\: ,- III
The damage to the u cotton 1 crop\ by the recent of his glee' crop, near (own, and thinks hi (From Transit U. U.: < 1 orange crop of Putnam county, of which residence of W. 1 IL! hiker.Nu one ropoitcdinjured. I
has 1 been Central I U.I I R. :.1 1.-I M tI Tho line brick: dwelling: of JosephUnderbill :
winds and rains great. willa'alil(' th'rty' bushels to the acre, from From Florida t : Palatka. the county site, yields over live
The Reporter olllcewas t this i week;: removed I'uleeii; acres pla.ifed. Ifois tjfNlicu with From idike( 'itytutd.1.1'l! ; M. It.( 11 ::5\ |\III\I: \ million oranges.; This is good "howlng I near Volusia, was blown down, 'tit l
From West Division S. F. ,\.- W. U.K. ,
from its: old stand to the 1I\-\ tair4 of the ihe ('XI'I'1 lIIl'lIt, and is of the opinion that i I ,'v: Fhi. II':ult'h,. K7..VTotal /! > this branch+ of culturein this county. What and the groves throughout that )portion of t
Cleveland next to the ballPo the of rice would be more' the county sustained more or loss serious 1.1k
building yield a crop pro- tie crop will be I livo years hence can hardly: '
i will he glad to entertain our friends in our llt-ible with less risk utl.( wok, than: tin II ... :'l.'MS.K; : :!pl' be l'II""lall'.I.-Thc'" late gale caused the datnntes.--tiutlth:. I'lntul't Tinir -

new
that he estimated. the injury by the ((tie specimen of rire I rown l on his place : near this place though t not :so bad as dent, has hoisted the entire Democratictlckit.
torm to the cotton crop at fifty dollars! to We understand I: 1 thai several acres have bee.ieullivaied The rates of charges: mideby: ( lie enntp.tny might/ be expected. All tll considered. it is I I .-Young orange on tho trees t an-
each one-horse! farm, or about the "lIIl"th ol near Cnucoi'-.laiid I have I tinned "litfilldr.Thc're i is uniform" being one dollar.. per hun'lrcdpuutt'Is ; anticipated that a favorable: return of tin splitting i I t i badly iu many groves. One growerinforms nv u'tml
from of the di trirt.) namciabove.
',: thcl'rop.-'Iajor: Edward Prei-n, the noted l was considerable wind and .-l''l'n'idiau.any orange crop this winter will not fall short oC \ us that he expects\ to lose 1(11)11.--)

J. Hungarian tvine-nlakcr, trlYl'l'rlln.IIfI/'tI"t: rain on Monday ni;, latahltutonetime( tl'I'l'wal The III"includes: only, Iheshipments fur the last years' l'rnplit\ this I 1 Iwi.oh;; hol'loOlI.--, ThlIIII! orlillfICHllul'lI\'c'lIl'a( tI for sponge
t, :' has just completed l making up Senernl Finley's giV.it apprehension of a fearful gal'. three months\ and by tine fix: uress. 1 < '01ll\,11I\ '. .\ lady In our town has hunted up\ one or at Key West: duringlhopastsi\month.s.! :; --
.rxfd grape crop into wine: and vinegar. Thecrop "'l' lcir'hat a great deal of (the co ton to nitwas There were probably as much more shippct more whoso! names: are not on the book New Hritain( on Indian Uivcr: has: been re-

(is at ieast four-fifths short, only two opeii\ has: been blown. to the ground; 1111that by other, Ii II t.!!. From what we can lean This i is the right!; !sort of patriotism, and we named.Then: a good deal competition 'ii-1 U'I"l'
hundred anti tin( gallons of wine( dual four in many localities: :< in the coiiiif.;: the at least four times the area will be planlci' commend her example. let the la.lit'1111 II I the now name, Paradise. lent I flrangc! ..iil.oi'iHviu.K -
hundred gallons of vinegar being realized stalk has been blown .1'lwH.-The sweet in vegetables: the coining season. All alonj quiet way blip the cause: all they C'III1.- .Arbor Andalusia, Scrub Oak, Turtle Crawl. I la-
-Captain 1)I 1.. Shute has growing on his potato; crop i.'c..,'.\, line, ill.lt'C'.I.-'I'"c/ the Transit Uailroad.tho I'ensacola A: \Iol tile I tei''nd.' etc.wercprnptlscdbntthename. si.looted. wiu-
place a cotton stalk over eighteen feet in ."t'(I r. l It-iilroadand: the St.:: J..hll'IIII.'r, lark! ,';/. Job II.'. lIIoll.1.-FI\'l''barrels: of honey 1 have boon
]Is' I has already picked three pounds "sblwol/O". has been well sinpcndedduring from this
height. farming is extending, and the over caulioii1! Work pretty \ shipped to I lost on recently : port,
of cotton in seed from it. He will have to Tampa arras more steaiiisliios( than aiij vvhti are IIl'rai.lllf over production of fruit the late rain: and blow. and since the three barrels, HOIUU 111,114111! < ) pounds were fromMr.
do some tall reaching;, we surmise. to get tho other' city MI the :State ; which credit is dm and vegetables; will II ml l\\v\\ firnyrefsh I'l'1I.III' I'ln'd:4l1nll( houses look as: if they had: hrei Morrison I.ewlV: forty hives, and! he has
top crop. This! stalk put out from last year's! Messrs. Miller( it ll'II.1c'r .-:Several: refreshing essful.! treated, us they wore, to bath.. The plaza on htn.1I.III1l'. (Mil l ) pounds t to extract and
growth, and has become thc champion\ of showers of rain fell this: week .lIoa 'oe. trees: have received their usual: yearly prim ship this week,-Ouo of the colored attest\

Florida.. -There is a negro in this county which was very much 1Il''ell-I1.--Frmll 'I h"flllltllll.tt'r S1o. ing. from the( old Northeaster.-The late who farms\ quite largely iu the Prcvatt settlement
who has fourteen toes, and of course goes every prospect the immigration to thin sir- llealtli 1''l'fc'l.t.Haill" gale ha.'l'r)' materially: damaged the ha is freely expressing his discontentx'111 : 'r
barefoot, an no ordinary( style of shoe will\ lit( ton: w'll be greater this winter than that IIr] in abundance.Husincs.s nana crop in and about thc" p.lf\ec. Number' h some of thu llopublloan )leaden on nclounl -

him. A young man, after carefully counting: OilY l previous yea-TlIIII"1 i fiiuinlltia. ( impioving.We of trees are whipped to pieces and blown of the title to some property at Knterpi
the toes, lo>t Monday, turned to the lookerson The rai'ifaU which lu-companieil\ 1 the blow have: now sixty-two( dar;; manufactories : down. The fruit vvould'have all I'ipl'I1l'.1wltliilllL 'No which they Hold him.Tin damage!:
and with blank look asked: "now many of the first t of the week was unprecedented! at work in this city, employing' !I ". ,IOO) few weeks.-Florida J'rr**. done to young groves by the late gale will
ought he to have?"-New corn ready for for years l, I\wlllla.le traveling !impracticable cigar makers and I t\AIIIIIII'r:!:\ employes, creating 'Viimfrr.We prove trifling by comparison with what

market, and the people are saved the expense by making every little stream swimming, a revenue for the! government, tonne. have not been able to ascertain (ruin some.have: c',1 lllnlc',1. J If non-rcmdciit owners
# of buying: \S'estcrn corn to supply for- The bridge on six-mile creek was washed thing over $2i1)INNIyearly.--Key:! ( ) I/irgo i I.. t the enumerators t the exact population 1 of wish. to see how their. groves look after si
''t' age.-Bananas of tine "izlanll delicious! away, and we expect to hear of every other fUTllbhill'Cr;; tine bananas, (ti ue-upples, Sumter county, but think it is about r>,( 00). blow they will have tocomcsoon, for within
+ r flavor are sold at a low figure on the streets. bridge in the county having met the same alligator pears, with other tropical fruits, -Mr.( I"'. S. "'tlo.lwllrIIollil'l'l'.1 I over om six weeks (the trlll'clIIC It will, in a majorityof

'y 'v They are raided in Columbia ('OIl11ty.- ever.' t'eJIIlIl\lmlc' how- which will in time quite supply this city hundred boxes of lemons: this week to (}Gordon cases: have grown over. The fact is that
IY Consistency is a jewel The people of Columbia The Emil Kuiyht and 'Valley the first the Is almost indestructible by
steamships Son A: ( 'tI., of New York ; shipment orange tree
county possess it in an eminent( de The tide rose higher last Monday\ morning Cihareeurryingcattle; to Cuba with great ( of the III'a"oll.-1t is estimated, thai wlll.I.-TIIl':: Johns has risen five "'ct."Iu"o .
gree.ute their persistence in buying Cincinnati (than it has done before in the last: thirtyyears.
) regilarity.-Any I r the Half.Oraiiyc. : I between six and, seven million oranges! will the 1I1-I'lIl (that's no haunt.I I I'O//.if'/
''i bacon instead of raising it. It is a On this occasion is was about four
.I shipped from Slimier county dining the .."(11'..
good; thing (for the railroads) to have our feet above high water mark.: -Xioi/ J. J, Davis, who bus hud considerable ex- present season. Six million oranges at two
,1 -tlwke-house In the "'c:> .-hike City /!cKticnmbln ''mill' Cfl it tSI'O.\'IJI.VW:.
l'' Jeff'eraon peril' (' in the culture .of orange trws, cents apicco will amount to $121INN-: '
': 1urlor It is reported our btrects that the large claims that aside" from the loss of fruit there P.ir.t grass is getting into favor with ail who
The 1'ensacola Railroad' is: adding to the saw and gristmill! recently erected at theLend will be no loss: by the storm. On the other htrll,1 it. Major( Owen informs us that :, K r., August :UO, t'oil),
rapacity of its premises. here by the etten- of the Wacissa liver, by Mr. J. V. W. hand, he nays tho tris-H Will be benefited by he has great! many applications for plants.He JtlilJir llirftif:-l left Florida n few day
,+ ion nf its! warehouse at the depot fort '-fh'c Cobb, was destroyed'( b)' tire on last :Saturday: the washing, while l the thorough !shaking upIs has about t wight acres planted, which ago, If jMtssihle. to fled a cooler placo( .
wise of nature to impart gives all\ the fodder, required 1 on the place. spend u few Wl'ckluC our long MI miner, l 1>n,
feet, and will soon erect another warehouse, night. We have no particulars! but understand only a provision I I I
.">0.x300 fl'Ct. near the end or the railroad 1 1 that the lire is supposed( to he the I new vigor to tret's. lie. predicts Ihat in two -The fcforin last :Sunday: ami Monday gave asset I have nut ItJ\llllllt. I took the "Cum ,
': wharf. The latter is being extended hi work of an incendiary. It was U large; mill weeks the groves will bcfin to show a new the water in Ocklawaha Kivcra big; lilt. The berland route" and 'stopped over" at At 't
}, length and increased to a width of fill feet, and substantially ('IIII trllctc l. The loss issevere I and vigorous growth which could not have lakes ani IItHrl"'llI;': very rapidly, and till hintu from one (ruin to the next, hakla gave
1 one thousand croosnted piles lacing u"ed fur Oil tIr. ('ubh--Stormy:' weathercommenced IK'CII hoped 1 for but for tin- storm.V trust fears that the river would get too low are u daylight rido liver the I-ookout Mountain
;( this purpose. thesefctand. <1 the test, and resist in this! county on :Saturday; last, "J. J." I it right in his theory.: -One of the drowned 1 out.-Ailntiire. Route" from (Chattanooga to Nashville.
t the teredo ,hey should be universally and the wind and rain continued I, almost: peculiar features of the storm was the fact The .Htorm In this vicinity was most severe. rind here let me advise nil who( tnl\'c iul
I'j' adopted here ; for the ordinary pine pile will without intermisbiuii, until Tuesday night. that during Sunday and t Monday there was Tho roiif nf Mr./ Holden's line reel. hurt l for pleasure to make the same "stop
not! last. fcix months, and therefore is a constant "'c have no tidings of the damage done in only variation of tomjcrature: of two de thence on :Silver I-ako was hlovv off; the over," see' (tile grow ing city of Atlanta, c u
source.of trouble an'd eXl'ense.-'IIlJl- the country, but the injury to cotton mu-tl grees. For the entire fo-ty-cight: hours the church nt Yuluha wax totally destroyed, several WM\ night's test, and pass thr"ugl the must
modore Heigart 11. I.. wry, United States be l serious Iu town we IHllfl''l'll'ery! little ; mercury steadfastly heldut 7 I l to 7S tlc. rt'C'If. other buildings, more or less- injured, inviting part of this route by day. Chattanooga -
F!4f t ., Navy, will be ordered to take command U few shiletr'eswere prostrated and the -The jail has been fur II few day standing large pine and hickory trees were torn up by and its surroundings, with its historiclame
K of the I'ensacola Navy Yard this fall to relieve wreck! of rotten fences was the only damage: in u lake, but the jailer wax equal to the the roots ; It is estimated that the cant and 'the wild mountain fecenery, the rich
t ; ('aptuill.Hchulp.-\ accident! tainl,1.-TIIC storm has I injured the occasion, and constructed! a foot-way by I orange; crupWareiijureal twenty-five percent. valley und plantations, the thriving\'lagc.
occurred at I'ensacola: last Sunday. Mr. 1.llIlIh'l of Jefferson county many thou- hunting up) bacon hoxcand; driving piles. 'attIc were killed, and 1IIIII.ll''rVa.... seen dead along the Iliac of the road from Chattanooga
,g 1 Dunn had taken out his family, consistingof sands of dollars.-What is the matter with Mr. It. 1C. Heid( of Palatka, proprietor of t he 1)'IIIt.br the idc' of a dead cow. Although tlJ: Nashville, will inoru ((turn repay the thin
his wife and five (children for a sail in the the people ? lo they not desire lucrative 1'eid tract"; in Orland'i has been in town destruction, 'Is heavy, yet the I.rung'wp mil exi>onseof, the ".tol over,"
harbor. While iu Kscambia Hay the boat office? Three or four weeks have elapsed[ for the past. week, (havini! a nurvey made will probably be as large as last season, the Tit the Floridian these scenes have a iKm-
capsized and after drifting eighteen (hours awl we 'mve not !been authorized to announce nf his property, prt-jwiratory to placing it on i increase having made up the IMS.S !. hlf diaitn-the charm of novelty. Theiccnii
during which four of the children were a candidate. My twenty-six candi- the market From present! (Indications! there mean nee. tif the tropics, or bend!-troplt'e.! tat

washed otfand drowifcd, the survivors were dated in the field, and so many official fetaions will he a demand for town lots llll Orlandoat JUIIet1'JllbIIOl'IlIl; to run as an ladejtcn.( whll.1 hf hal been accustomed, are all gone
rescued. The parent j are nearly insane to be filled !-It is said' that the Ueuljlicans once, and this action pf )Ir. Paid i U none I dent and will support the Democratic nom awl l tl.t hill and )alleys art clothed in :antlier '
with grief over their fearful loss.-The i.f this county will, at an early too early.-Orange trey and banana plants inees.For. > irurh. Now the trf'l are loaded with
!banking firm of Knowles Brent have dis lay, indulge; ill a grand) rally at Monlicrlht, have been in demand during thu past week.Several the past few days we have Il'clhuv.. ruit. A little later "the scar DII.I yellow
I'o ln'tt. .. C. Brent continues the business. l. md to swell the projiortions! of the meeting loads !have puw.l through town, (rig u \.rtlll'lLOttt'r-lll'lIvy! ralni and wind., I'ur" wi be the chief attatul t,i (the tour
.-The Railroad Express Company in fxcurai.m arty will be brought from being taken to some net plo.to In plantcil \11 far us wehave learned, no IIl'ritJl1'1lllilllugc I"t. '.h(.iu turn will give way to the eal.l

,'OllIulelll'l.'tlollCrati4JIUI: yesterday, with Mr. J Jacksonville.-Jfijitticillo (C'oiutltntujit unt.Oralel''J 'ir/ '. 1 is dune AtthI* writing It has subsided\ Home, frosts itml enow of winter. A well-grown
Salt Chipley, as agent, and :Mr. Clinton J rry. The lesson of the storm will be of inestimable md it I U hotcd( the worst is ovrr.- -The ipple fret, tousled with blared II'JI. may
Knowles as cngl'r.-\ quick trip for The btorni at Cedar Key (commenced value to those wh'n contemplate) build I wind and rain have seriously Injured t the cotton nut be quite no rich ut the.orange, green aidgulden
rrS3 this time of the year was: that made: by the inlay uight and ended Tuesday morning.V ing. It will illlutJ'f'JIJ to have their t'rol'| in tl.i"c'tIJult'e have 'heard of ; i but certainly it U I plnuuirit bight toa
British hip Arttilii ('apt. Wiu. Shearer, part of the veranda of the (lull base lioux-s strongly framed 1 and f bnu-eil. The /I.. houses t Ik-ing I.luwllllown, nor no candi.latex i "'Iurdlal la ltph'mll'r. While( this sad u
which arrived here yesterday: forty seven vas blown down, also the east wall of the .rain during the storm l.kewiMprovtsl: I that I! fort-livk court being k IItCt 1.-f'lJrbllJ tic (ruining;month i N Florida's (famine
days from Liverpool; She with the ship concrete house being built ; ('oitertehouse nothing but tin roofs are efficiently water- /"Uet. the has any, it it the harvest, the M-ason ot
liuuitie l>uadff,of same nationality, 1,100 ton! o t Major 1'inltJII" iu ruins ; Mar.hal llubttu- [,nof; but even in a tin roof, if the storm I \ 01 U.II. plenty. In this great lountry. 'Pbeennntotixoa
each are the finest vetls of this season' lorr. house mantled ; Morton' house I gets a blight hold on it, away it all guns like I ( ;uv'eluor Drew has faithfully fulfilled all piles of vegetables and fruit 'heaj(I"l ul|>>''.
'. fleet, and are consigned( to Messrs. L. M. Mer- (attested( ; Misses Harris' house in nuns ; U flash at witnew the ruf of the Sanford I j jIIlJu' his promises! made In l'4ill, and his adminis.( tie .rull of t\il market and almost gJV'; i '

: .1 I ritt A San-Gazette. I several houies more or less iLinuiged by > .- ien. I1. rt. Kinford 11\11IIa.ly were I ration has been marked with that l.rlltI.'r.1[ way ((1 half |perk of |>lu'ht fur a nicklu.! .
\ The First National Hank has been etablished wind and raiu. The wind blew the water 11I..11: 'happy, at Hru-u*!,.. Ik-lgium, July '!.'>, ity that fetunds unprecedented in the annals makl' tIM foiyct for a time the warcity pr
in IVnsacol t, This makes the second out of the harbor and three teamer lilli/I by the invent ,.f u wt'-tiwJurd I jf u\ir State fine the war, and with the : tfuro'al or kuiuiuer, Nor du we U-ic! <
+ ::1. National Bankin Florida, the other being rrounded ; steamer Yulet gunk ; lark /'/'/ J'w"II, I (j-.lless HloYham'h, hold of the reins of our our common tack of vegetable'and .',
?' : ; : in Jack>onville.i tut cut her iiiastu and 30,0ou. frt-t of lumU-r Sixteen! thousand dijlurt have been >>u)>- govenuncnt; we are asiturtxl of a continunice I halo i&su.i any nmt ity, with pt'aijM fril J
,i: We are indebted to Measr. Harry C. last alongside. Every IIfJuIn the city gut >crtbe to the Aj-'pka' ( liramb Itailroad.- j of that I'r''l rity. Nu immigrant.! : vf the intelligent gardener.
I'ampU-ll and Harry L. iiiyiey mutt cour lrcncbe.1 with water except one. Only one One of our oldest t atizm art that within wherever 'he may come from, or what hU' 4.111'1' :., 'e xx F 1.\.
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c *" .f 1 nUOla-X imv! ; ,>'/ long ulster: was buttoned over his !slender, volvod. When I went back to the hotel it }helping him fold it. The doctor thel1llrct "No, indeed}," Sylvia replied, I :\, r I I 'e
!1' ? f[ walked in the woodland meadows,' tall figure, and lie wore n huge blue and occurred to me that I was! a very great fool his! scarf over his curs They l'al11 i( Now," said the professor, still :sgently I
4 t e ; '.,;" Where sweet the thrushes sing, white !scarf: tied over his! hat to protect his I had much better ask you to marry me. 1 whoa busy carrying wnl.'r well and evenly, "I have changt; I i
1, 1 "". ': ,\11111 found on a bed of mosses cars, am !sure I need n good wife." and liberally Imptizmg' JItclf as she trot('( mind. I still want you to go Boston! e
:: )' A bird} with a broken wing. Oh, here you come he ('ticii.h I have Very well," said Sylvia, with admirablegravity. I back and forth. want to marry rOIl Forgive me if I at* ,J
J 1 i ,rla, ;i t healed the wound, and cuch morning been watching for you. ,Tut come here. Miss : I .Now," said tllCflflou1 they drew near rupt.\ 1 meant to break this to you i t: 1
?u" It sang I its old sweet strain i Sylvianw look'o\'er the water. 11'hatdo "Still! you src." he said, "it seemed rather the house, and ( Itofl"lor came out to (politely, but the doctor i is 1111 torpcdic andconsiderate tlitiou
''i ]Hut the bird with the broken pinion you see? mean not to give him the chance: It i.s, of meet his little girl, thing is to I am forced to seem rough
2 Never soared high again.I Sylvia went to him "I 1 sec the waves! course. obvious that be minis\ the wife the speak to Arnold." but I have 1lfell to !love vl ti
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ei I i ; breaking on the shore" she replied. "It i is iiio"l- on !account of the little girl, ,you "Speak' to who? cried\ Sylvia, standing! dearly. I could forgive you! un> thing. \'ut .. '
I found\ a youth life broken high tide, but the breakers are not rUIl h. It know. My f first thought referred to his mar still.' could not offend mime Miss Sylvia"andhere :
i Hv sins seductive\ art, I is a tranquil sea" n'illg1)11, and that gives l1 1I1011, !I'I'I\ "To Arnold, of course. Why, you don't he took hold of her arm 1 11t.l
And, touched with Christ-like pity, "'''hut else? he kl'll-"' ,10* !ships. no sort; ofpreemption!: claim. I think Ill':1 to let the matter rest here I me you forgive me i! I you arc angry .
rg I took him to my heart boats, no gull-, ? "I am not sure of that," replied Sylvia.. want my answer, and we have agreed that he me now miI nut !olt time acain pleadmy "
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I '. lie lived with a noble; }purpose, "Only water and sky" "Don't) they give patents," or !something of ought to have the lir t chlllee." cue; ? In a month ? May[ I not come :
: J And struggled not in vain ; Now look along the shore." the Ol't. for the first idea?" .We agreed Sylvia exclaimed "Dr. then to you ?" '
,,, \ Hut the soul with the broken pinion hI see !oand! -u long! I level stretch' of gray "Then," said the doctor eagerly, "you Kennedy, you are an idiot Sylvia laughed-she could not help 'f"
;, r3 : J. Never soared as high again sand" would be willing\ to let me ask )'ou1"' The doctor laughed at this; and then prevented but the professor's! face grew tl'll
''. "And the sky 1" "Oh, )perfectly' ," said Sylvia all further discussion by going into It is very fnnl'thc .
'' Hut the bird with a broken pinion "There are clouds. They are white and "I wish I knew what you mean-would the house "I i is very provoking, tetottl"t.the pro .,
0', Kept another from the !snare. many-piled. The sky is !soft; and} !blue andover you refine. Hut no, I won't do it. I really lie (.(certainly won't," said Sylvia to her- "I will never, \ 1'e Kennedy .e.
And the life that sin had stricken there," }pointing, the sunset colors ore think be ought to have the first chance: tIle. self, as, in the evening, she went out on the I If he had not precipitate! matters, (
\ liaised another from despair.,1Jaeh rellcrted! l from the west." little girl is to he ('nnilll'tl'fl'olt! know" porch to walk ; but 1 do wish Mr. Keimer you would not have been offended wl.th me, 1
I 1 (y : loss has its compensation, "Then" said he impressively} "look at Is'it! Josielio! i is the first object?" said would stop that (trcaltfliltd fiddle and go and you might have given mo a hearing, at ,
a M s There arc healing for each pain ; that child! You have not mentioned her-a Sylvia. If that is !so, I might adopt, her. to sit with them. least:' T
y j Hut a bird with broken !pinion mere !speck' of humanity\ a creature not three That would make it all right, and none of Then she half turned to go herself, but she "Oh, no, I shouldn't-that I is, I should
: ,, ) Never soars as high again. feet high, a small hit of color, red and white; us be worried." I i. was not sure. Perhaps the doctor would,t have but one answer for you,I' 1 Sylvia,
\. Christian WrcUy.SYLVIA'S and\ yet she i is all we !see between here and "Her father wouldn't part with her; butI make an umpire of her, unl ask her for a quite forgetting her old plans! upon this:
Portugal Think of it I Nearly I tI"< o0 miles am thinking of the welfare of all. Hyfi'eorge ruling on the spot And yet it was absurdin ,pout. Hut you ought to proceed more 1
l r of space, and hers! the only life in sight : Miss!! Sylvia, I wish I knew your her to hoitate. She would get her sewing logically and in order. You ought first to t
..t SUITORS.Sylvia Miss: Sylvia," and the 1101.tor''uief'{ deepened } I Eng-nr rather,'I wish! the professor' did. I'd I ); and go in as if nothing had happened.She have asked me to become your governess: p
:: Knglcs I folded the I letter she had just! "this is what II'nll-lolitwl(' like Chiang myself! Of course Arnold wished Josie bad not gone to bed She and then you could have tried me in that e
written and put it in the envelope. Then Amid vou like it? knows nothing of thi+. I thought I bad wished her teacups were all in china. She capnciand if I suited" t
she rose from her chair, put on her hat and lees/' he paid, I d... I like it as the best! speak to von first I was afraid he wished-at that moment the door opened and ?," said the professor "I am I
sacque, and !so opened the letterand read the Frenchman did, when I have a pleasant would not explain the situation-not as I the professor looked out deeply in earnest, und "- ,
last pages over companion! with whom to share it." would." "Oh it is you !I" he exdalmlt "I thought "(ioo.1; night I" cried Sylvia, darting in at i
"You need not wonder," she read, why Very- well ;i" said Sylvia, taking out herinteh "I don't believe he couldreplied !she.! I heard footsteps; as I passed, 1 wonderedwho the door as they passed it-good night !" I
r I l prefer to spend October at the seashore.: if 1 come under that head 1 will Well," said 1 the doctor, what have you it could be. I didn't think of you for a The next day Sylvia' bad !her btl'skfa,1eatl T
i" I" you were here!-1 wish: you w're'ou! stay with you\ fifty-three minutes ]lly I that tll say ?" moment. And then I Never knew you to )', and saw no one but Josie ; but about ct
j would rather wonder why all the world I is time Thomas will be ready, tosonnd,l : "ping); "i I(cannot say anything," she answered. walk on this side of the house It i is loe noon there was a knock at her door whichshe r
4 not of my mind\ Hut I Ilim J1ullt: in't: I'd for supper)! and the professor will be walking You: cannot?" repeated! the doctor. sheltered, but you cannot see the ocean. answered in person. It was the doctor."I .
t j '. like another woman\ tohclpentertain the two on the porch looking for us." "I could oiler an opinion( I suppose', ," said 01.1 don't care for the ocean to-night! ," thought, boO1s' "-he began ; and I i
1Fe learned men who also sojourn-here, but 1'r I "Suppose, then"said the doctor, "(lint we Sylvia: ; "but you see I can't under (the circumstances )'I\ia. "and I am just going up- then noticing her and dresses on the +
should object; to the world.\ One of the sit down )bv the anchor. I don't like this: make it a personal matter yet" stairs." bed.\ ]Uy George, you are not packing up?" m
charms of the plnellis my sense! of my proprietary wind, and I have a shawl there" You mean," the doctor said, "that: neither Don't go yet," said I the professor. Let "Yl'', 'I am," she ups vend. Didn't{ the, m
i' right in the ocean. For me the The anchor which in the summer was! attached of us has yet a'ked you?" me get my : and walk with you, I have landlord tell you the news ? I have asked .
!, tides come and go ; for me the sea breaks to u bathing-line, was. now drawn upon Exactly," Sylvia answered."Very been in the! house nearly' all day, and I am for my bill, and I goby the afternoon train" K
and rolls ; mine are the !sunsets: and the the shore, and! deeply imbedded in the! well, then Now, suppose, before tired of house air. "lri\1 away !I" ejaculated the doctor.
white caps, and mine, O Rachel, the spoil sand made/ a snug recess, of which :Sylvia: wo- go any farther, (that we sec just where Sylvia hesitated. "Very well," !shesa id it is tOt bad I I" .,
m and the plunder For know, my dear, that was fond. The doctor hung his shawl > we stand in the present position: of affairs "but I cannot stay long. "Letters," said Sylvia gravelyImport- .
1 1 do not stay only for the fine weather: and the arms of the anchor and ottered Sylvia In the lir.tl'hll'e-J.l'CI1WIC would, perhaps' So the professor put, on his hat and coat, ant letters."
+ c the ocean, nor yet for comradeship', but the rosy, tapestried' scat ; but she, decliningit ); not be proper' to refer to the professor's! personal and joined her. "I daresay," said, he, "and (the 111 not
t for mosses. Never again will you !say you sat in the ol'l'llllir, and he went fur back matters at this 10ml'nt-d" .you think hal wo not go around to the otherpor'h yet ill Tell mo, arc you offended ?
are tired of Miss I'lngles': : cowslip clu'im.! hi the ,shelter." you ('oullllrr ule'l" he asked Sylvia' made no reply,
( It, Rachel, has had its day It Is to be !sue "'1'111"," he said, "I call comfort I And No, I don't, she answered. "I am very "IOl do," she answered, "the doctor You couldn't: with Arnold," .
ecedeilby mosses\ seaweeds, ntytf.! They will now Miss :Sylvia: when arc you going sure I couldn't. you and call you in. Ho (thinks!! he said, ; he i is too gentle to offend any one.
l he the rage I urn determined upon) that. awav ? "That i Is frank," lie said, looking greatly)' night air f bad for the neuralgia. Hut I-I am a bear! Will you forgive me?"
You and your fashionable friends: can make In two weeks: ," !she said. pleased "I like that ; it I is business-like!, "I have no neuralgia. Have )'Ol? Svlvia hesitated a half moment before !sin'tomik ,
conversationie! you sip )'ourl'hcH'lIlah', upon And the professor a week after. shall and helps! us to clear the ground. Now, why .No, but he 'has. I don't know, however the hand he olerl'11 "One of you,"
the variety and delicacy of my designs. No bo lonely Sec here, Miss Sylvia, why don't cuullin't'Ol?" but,that it would be best for us to be lll'iin. she said impulsively, not mean to of-
plate is t to have its duplicate' no cup its fellow. you stay; : hero all wintt.r1'ou have no idea 1'urone thing, I don't care enough! for fl'lll I am sure of that."
I shall! not I'l1l11t'I'ty many, but I 110\\ charming:, it i is. No ice, no snow ; the ,'you and for another, I nl'\'r thought of it." "Ho you know he is 1 very peculiar! persemi '! I know," he answered, in a melancholy .
warrant you they'll expensive!! Vou will air visible to exhilarating! sparkling! Very good. Hut we will now !suppose! Miss! Sylvia? tone; "hI never does. But then,
a go wild when you see lilY designs, but you You could paint and get new II Il'l'i'!ral iOIl:4.: you might waive the leconl reason i, and I 1le certainly is.! Hut do tell me, profes- neither did I, The mischief is 1 do all tl I
need not hope) to buy any of my china. It Stay Sylvia, stll>.." could try to persuade you out of the lirst.So sordo you believe much in the electric light ? things I don't mean and don't want to .
w illhodenrtoodear I Still, as you are"going "Tho inspirations would not be of much then, what are your objections likely to I know just what will be done The ocean Sylvia looked up at him with gentle,
tit to be married, you shall have JtrltnIde set owe here," said/ Sylvia ; "and do yoiisupM'] be? You can't, for instance, object to will be lighted 1 along tl shore we untilhave 111lsell'I'I..
< I In tho meantime, sun't you stop at my )Ir, Kcimcr{ would take a panel in exchange family?" ) luIII'I.' und al the solelnagul'- "Hut t tell me," he relulCl, in his! usual
\ ; studio and tell the janitor I will ho home the for my board}?" No," said Sylvia ; to tell you the honest ness: and "kwil bo lost manner, "von don't really mean to go away
I 1st of November You might suggest: some Hut, my dear," said the doctor, an artistis : t truth, I know nothing about it." Wouldn't it be dreadful lt"on should and leave things in this condition ?" .
I.I.t, dusting up.\ As! ever, S. K.: free He 1I'l'llllot live in his I IIop-hi" You don't? exclaimed the doctor destroy night ? I What condition ?" asked Sylvia
"Now1 said 1 Sylvia I "Puichel will have: studio, I mean. Paint your pictures! here, "Then I'll tel )'OUe are good Quaker He can't destroy sleep if he docs. I sleptin You understand. Now, see here, Miss
; \ news to tell," and'thcn she! put on her gloves and IIl'llIlllll'lII to your agent." stuckfe clme O\'c with "'Iial Penn St. Petersburg with the sun shining at Sylvia, I don't want you to treat the professor
ami started for the |Nist-olllcc! When she Pictures? said; Sylvia. "It is teacups We are in every history of Pennsylvania midnight,just as regularly as at home. Hut badl)', You ought to be decently politeto
? f*k ii' reached that Mecca of all seaside visitors she I If fashion patronizes' : me, I must be on hand. ever written. If you ask for you as I was !saving about the Iloetor""Hon't him. And there is Josie-you must not
\ found It closed.! She I knocked: but no one You ought to see me receive, doctor," she can't do better \\ c arc an Arch street Quaker f )et us discuss the doctor," said forget her. You ought to answer one o1'us.
1\,1 answered ; she tried both doors, but in vain went tilt "I wear a lung, monkish brown family." Sylvia' getting a little excited. "I don't ."
t t u. Then she went into the drug store next gown, and on it I is many u !spot of )paint. Is that any better than any other streetQuakers want to talk of people, and any way I Just "I have but one to anlwer"sait Sylvia putting
i \ '1 door. "Oh, Mr. Snyder," she exclaimed, as My studio is lovely, and I give icsthctic teas ?" asked 'hlu, go in." t her hand on the door,
J t '-4 u man with a napkin in his hand came out sometimes. I can fancy yon at one Will "To be a real Arch street Quaker, Miss The professor gently laid his hand on her "and I wouldn't mind being treated with /
.w'" Vr of the hack room, "tho postotllco too has you come?" Sylvia, you must be "horn into it. You may arm, and Sylvia at once shook it otf. little decent tioliteness myself,"
I gone What are we to do now ?" "Nonsense! said be flushing. "How vi"it our circle, marry into it, live next doorto Miss Sylvia, he began, between us-not Yes, )'c and the looked a little
r, Mr. Snyder wiped his fingers and smiled. frivolous you try to make yourself! I wonder it ; but to be of it-birth is necessary ', It from my choice, I beg you to acknowledge blank Hut somehow I cannot realize that .
It is not quite as bad as! that, Miss Knglcs: \'olll'uint at all." is the aristocracy of the country. you are, I can understand, in position tryingto I have cut myself off, by being so very con '
We poor residents have not many luxuries! 'Vou wouldn't,(' said she, "If you knew "I might have liked to have been born a I'l"t'ol! of sensitive temperament.[ siderate. It was rather stupid now, wasn't
I ,. a after you city folks leave us, but we do manage the size of my bunk account." into it," said Sylvia "I cannot tell ; "but I 1 am sleepy. said Sylvia, "if that is it?"
to keep our post-office. I guess Joe IJugglos "I am perfectly in earnest," the d has! gone to his tea ; he mostly shuts up "I don't like women to work. I don't Then she !!11: Is it stupid?" person' than Felix Kennedy docs plied. Hut won't )'oulleasc go away, and
then.' believe in it. I have had a surfeit of it. In 'A v fully, snit the doctor, "but it is g, ud. not live," the professor continued, "but he finish! my don't want to
I "Must! I sit on the step and wait for him ?" ray family all the women work. The older I simply refer it as a question of faumil' I is hasty. I to move slowly and with be left, and I hate to hurry"
asked! Sylvia:! ones manage hospitals and societies! and the You need not have anything to do with ft.We caution. I consider my action, I act with The doctor put his foot against the doorto
Not much," said )Ir, Snvder. Just you younger ones teach or read, or III'aetice1Il'll- don't when we can help it. We arc ." keep her from closing it, Tell me one
t leave your letter here and III see to it." icine. I don't like it. They all have money, church j people, you kpuw- pra't'rbk Hut I tw sleepy said Sylvia.' thing, ho said, with a good deal of entreaty
t "It must!! go In the first! mail," said Sylvia."It I don't believe you yearn to he independent, marrying out of meeting, al that I '* Do not I're\'lrIl'te," said the professor. in his voice; "you are not going to refuse
; IIIIILII,'' replied Mr.I Snyder; and then to have a life of your own, and all that fol- are Interested in colonial Helieve me, you had( better listen to 11'. both of us ?"
he opened tin door for Sylvia, and! she turned di-rody." have plenty of it. In fact, von couldn't do 1 wish 1 knew just what you are going to "I am not going to accept' both of you- Y
to go to the beach "I don't," said! Sylvia "I would'nt like better in the way of family.;' say "-but then Sylvia paused and blulhe not tho same day I tic wish a
i As \\"atkl'lll1long Atlantic avenue, and tube no more than the basket handle ; I Well, tlll'I," said Hylvl "I give up that I "I am not going to say' would remember ant you have that \01' !
then down one of the cross+ streets toward know too wl'HaH the joys! of independence. point. I don't object to your family." ful. You are safe in listening to me. I am me. Now do go, thllt'l t good fellow"
? the wean, she thought the )place' looked as if Still, you see, I haven't J\lOllerlO I earn it." "I am not poor. I like my' [profession, i not as obtuse us Kennedy seems to think I "Hut, Miss Sylvia, and the doc-tor's face
t It had been desolated bt the plague. The "That is just it !" cried the doctor, coming and if I need more money I will practice would be a very obtuse man, indeed, ) grew eager, \ou will-say you will-you t,
t stores, the hotels!, the pleasant sunny cottages out of his niche. You work because you again Could you be satisfied! with seven Sylvia, who would live with you and be insensible must Oh) )( '!! Sylvia, don t accent your r
'., were all closed and silentl: No; one must have a living. Very goat!. And your thousand three )hundred and bixt-t\0 dollar to your charming nature. first offer!" w
m was to be seen upon the long and sandy occupation is genteel\ and lady-like?" year?" Yes: I dare !say! ," said little absently "That is mean !" said Sylvia' and her fact
trcehl. On !some of the avenues! were rows: Don't say ''genteel !I" ('rit.118)'la.' Perfectly,,said Sylvia.' ; but I must go in now. It is cold." was in the same color a the doctor's, and
.t..r forlorn and dingy bathhouses, moved! "That is a very-good wont Would respectable "I am not 'Cnng-I: um forty-sir ; but "I would like," said the professor, not both were red. "I thought you were going
<\y from the beach and from winter tides.! ) be any better? No? Well, this: is the professor is still older, so that point' I is beetling this, "to be frank with{ you. to be so chivalrous, and all that stuff; and
i to:'long board walk by the !shore, the paIS what 1 meant to say-a prctty, domestic: not to be considered." Frank !I" exclaimed Sylvia, ."'hy. I here-"
i, which at their l>cst! !suggested alllp- woman liko you ought;) to get married. In .Oh, yes, it i'!" exclaimed Sylvia "Weare never knew such frank 11t.'lle'! It i is terri Hut you don't love him," said!! the doctor
1 !; Hra-sii' sunnner-l o ise, were gone, and' fact, you ought to have been married sometime not considering this matter relatively ; ble. Iou want to do be a little a she paused, "and of course you mean
/ very signs of gay life silenced] made the \ ago." the professor! i is not under discussion: r'l to love the man you marry"
'' / /-e doubly desolate. "How[ do you know I am domestic! ?" !said "True (enough," replied the doctor, "that I want to please 'OU the professor saidbrNkly I certainly do ; but how do you know I
:1. 'tut Sylvia was too full of vitality to feel :Sylvia: slightly: coloring and ignoring his is I fact to remembered.; Absolutely: but I do want to tell I you some don't?" said the incoherent Sylvia, and she
tit pressed, and indeed, rather enjoyed the lust remark. "Artists! are generally eonsidcretl then I am not old ; I am amiable; I am not thing. Do you know 1 hi\'I.' been planning at once began to rub a spot on the door with ',
k + /lIelillel.4 that left her free and happy. Hohcmian rather than domestic.'." tyrannical, and shut I haven't the neuralgia vaguely! but hopefully, to take you homo her 'finger.
She was pretty, she had abundant interests: : "Oh, lJJt'uU. are not an out-and-out artist and don't wear this scarf I am not ugly ; with me?" At that moment Mrs. Itchier, armed with \
I in her life, and she had half made up her !" I am t}person of gmd habits ; 1 smoke, but "I wouldn't go !" cried Sylvia, stopping brush and came down the
'mind to marry. She was not young ; for she Indeed, I am !I" ('ril'tl'l'ia.: "I I haven't I don't drink bet nor gamble. These are and leaning against the porch railing. "I "Sec tut-lan.! the doctor, hal
i : was thirty-six ; but she had had! a very good much genius, but \'ollliulltt supjiose I topt'lI.1Ill points in my favor!" have m}' own work my own life, my own quickly, won't you-that's a good turning woman
time, and she meant never to have a bail! )' life painting tea-cups' ? paint pictures, I Certainly." said Sylvia, interests.t Why l'an't you men understand you throw an old shoe after me?"
u one She had once )lived! abroad, and I bud I and I exhibit them, and what is more to the "Well, then?" that ?" said the inconsistent creature "Yon At this Sylvia gave his foot u \ .
studied art in Homo, and in Paris:,, and she !purpose. I sell them. "I think," said she! taking out her watch, think all women want to mar1 don't with her own, and 'lcolllth.push '
was wise in technical terms, and knew all 'lllon't doubt it," said the doctor;" "but "that now we ought to consider why I should, Perhaps once thought I but now- shut. .
st t l" about the schools: ; and when she wrote all the same you ought to get married.There's !. marry you These joints are, u you lain why, nothing on earth would tempt. me !" Do you know," and the dOl'tor'z solemn !
a pretty little ltOl.m"the! turned them with another objection I have to my family your favor; but leaving out your being an "You wrong jute, Miss Sylvia; said the manner impressed his )landlady "that I am
1 many a neat allusion to teeth Dante and : the girls don't marry. They haven'tthe Arch street Quaker, I might find other men profe.or. "I meant to leave you free. I awfully sorry for the:professor?('
t 1; rl -, U Itaphael. She was! never worried because time, and so we have an army of old having these same qualfmtiol and 1 meant you to have your studio, your own Why, you don't mean to say
i" p she could not paint great lil'turl':4alltl: when maids. I don't like it. There is that cliild'ytitherwhy should like my)' hu uld sj)>ecial friends, your ladl lnin thing has happened to him?" she exclaimed.
in Paris she u-od( to the don't, lac ?" We haven't however New York 1 should\ .
bite was go among marry U/'I (time just not \ "No. not he replied.' nut 1 1am .
i studios, and without any envy admire ambitious I 1 am sure I don't know ;" and now :Sylvia 'now. You know I tan t think over what you speak to you ; but I t did not like to ask you I sorry all exacty. He'll be terribly cut _
Americans working at Pompeiian really did i color. already have said" to go to btu"ton, und leave I much behind up.: You see, he sme was so sure. Now I
and Arabs at When shed lIe to do I (the relentless lint I don't to think it wasn't
\ interiors i prayer. ought \ w u over you. I don't deserve it, and he did. And
A l came home she refused all pupils, and applied doctor "That chin cannot brought too long. have! al>tays fancied a woman's "That r\'c" said Sylvia, who was herself Josie, to! sorry!1" .
-v herself to painting little girls, Her up properly by servants, and he has no bis- feeling in this position ought to be ratherinlpubiye. now both ulh'l1fid frank, "how little "' )' IIUawfuly so," said Mrs. Rei r
1l'itturciI! sold, hut with Illiidnestl ; yet her, ten Do you know. Miss :-\"lvia-lIow, I She ought to have quick, spontaneous men uudl'rtall women. Do you suppose| I ncr, going her way. "If ever I taw a
t' \ they of triumph rume It L'UlII with u "tt'1 (.- supjiose) ) you'll get mad !-I had great: mind feeling" I would hesitate to follow any one I loved who was in a good humor, look mal like
you
1 orutive art," amid! a panel and ttl'a service to advise him to ask you It seems a pity "Oh, 1 have," said she, giving him a curious to the'North Pole? JJoston, indeed 1 that man.-Aa/just Mlautie. I', .
,, tablished her rl'pll ltioll, and! mUIII! Sylvia for him to lose t the chance of so good a look ; "but I should like to be ('oolju.idOlI 1 wouldn't have put it in the balance !"\11'.1 .
Se fashion. After this lllll was easy. mother for Josie. You see I have an observant This is an imutrtant matter." Hut see how you excite yourself," SCIENCE ;a accomplished no more won -1
Che-man the thought ot marrying: was nature and I have watched you with doctor smiled. the nlfl.r. "I really don't deserve your derful or gratifying result than the perfec. .
fcssor Arnold. He was! a widower withll1d her. You are fond of her, you have! p pleasant Hut it I i-," she laM, "ant I ought to have: wrath I know that to bold al\'roachl\ I ton of an antidote to the chilling signs p of
t I1I18)1v111 had now been at the little ways with her, and she is certainly time, for several One-to begin are lkt"tu alarm a sensitive age, something to the
X for two months with them. She fond of you: Yes, you would make a very I'tl'tLr: i>n-in the (hilt place, i is that it is! "01.) lUl not sensitive," said Sylvia' approaching\ of time and pm ohlterutt -
11):1: meant to matrallil any one good mother for her." a good since I hut uu offer, ant I am .A doctor if I am." ural. adornments! of youth to ripe old .I'
e that this: would\ be a suitable )"laughed at this. :She did not meanto out of practice, U(': that, :you :t own. "Pardon me," he replied, "but you are Hall's! Hair nel ewer does all Ins, and agl ib
(e had position and money, and betray any feeling again this is rather sudden. I knew 1 hat no right to disturb your useful praise in cottage and palace.' The
t I[ both, and thought she disserved "The! reason why 1 am so candid, anti I Who) made you the I last otTer?' asked the happy) ; but Josie' loves )'U\b wI wdle runtl along the snows of Norway and _
I child, little Jo>ie. was fond of jH-rhaps! abrupt you do think me abrupt' ?" your influence over her is so good, the 'peasants of sunny France and Spain find I. 1
( liked to have the tender little 1 emit," aaltl'I'itl.. dulur.1 Knglishman.: I was a better one though)'01 might consent to become hcrgo'ernts ue for it, and find means to get it, and it :
tend on her run after her, and Well, the reason is! that the matter is a than yours, for there 1'a: a title Jomewhl'rcIn | does not disap'Kjint them The whitening '(
It: over her. little involved. When I first thought i>f it, his falll -. !He said he thuugh it would .Old"! cried Sylvia, and she walke.11 locks again resume their youthful color the '
Jl Joie slaves The profcs-' you and the professor were digging a cave !>e awfully jolly to lurran .\u'l'riCn. quickly down the porch, I thin, dry and faded hair becomes bright;and "
S writing his lectures in a room fur the \'IliMlu the "sand and she was jump. "_\lllle was quite right: dotor hai.1 "Tht i osition in I"tol you understand I glossy;; the whole appearance is changed u.
\l I not bee I the ocean, had stayedon ing about in high glee. )1V you : : 1).1l accept him?" is honorable; and in mv family, and if by magic, and the or woman who
I her account ; Dr. Ken- Vw, Sylvia tl'1111'mhl'r't1 it very well. l't believe he thought sum He never with your own social talentsi'"Snare > before was called aged Jan now appears as one
+ fo nt at her service when his It was a pretty picture, I thought, and it htba\'c1 as if he did" me your rOIIlimelt" jittery in the prime of life. Such wondrous !
: I ted, and! Sylvia already gave Hashed on me that the )professor \\' be Well, you think! t..what I said." and the ruptcU yh'i who curiously enough u<. cannot. los unnoticed, and they change
tl'S ? motherly care; the land- blind if he did not bee what he ought to do. doctor got up and be iln to fold the shawl. this "I l'a lL.uteu that I the unprocedented demand that uow produced )
t 9 S \mitt the waiter was her wore Askyou to marry: him, I mean." ",\Ihl "f(oursyou understand that, though never meant. to be a governess, but I do love exist fur the first and only article ever com"ouaded .
I't five |Hi>ple, tit presentkorlJ. "I ought to be very much oblige! to you,*' we tlPrdtl. the mutter (rout a practical J"ie. ." that can produce them in a pleasns -- .
said Sylvia coollv. side I should not wish i to ,1 know you do. !Hut not to take up the and satisfactory manner-The Aw EraIMMlitwk
tl j \diet the beach she} found "Oh, but that isn't: all !" the doctor continued t woman to bom I was not atUclml.marr second point, I have now other views Let \I\ 111. ,
1 (a well In the sand, while pushing the acartofl'hi's cars.! "You I wi remember Sylvia replied, takingtold me fasten your shawl more closely ; you are
,, 'I'll up und down. His! don't understand yet how the matter is ins Other ;'nd'uf the shawl, and' l'll.o Silence is I hart opinion to beat tt

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i, j : r. 'THE FLORIDA MIRROH : SEPTEMBER 11.fl' .

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no FLO KID COi\OF ;K ,l.YJJ TilCV1IAXS.. pealing to their colored rate to do likewise -I MJt. JIAMMOMt'S I TJ'1-n. learned how to manage conventions and realize 1

:,' : ', !! Some days ago Dr. 'onovrr at a Rcpuhll We also notice that colored llloxham Democratic It is not generally known and I scldon their power, and mean to exercise it.

t : ran meeting in Jacksonville:> road speech! clubs are being formed in some lornlities see nn.v mention of it, that there is a tlxet If they are called( on to do the voting they
.( 7'lJIHU Sl l'TJ .1I1 m' 11. 1880.IS and 1 the late
especially directed to Cubans. It was dull, so that. the. colored vote will not be t\ /growing impression! among of Democratic intend to have the ofllces. The Republican
slaveholders that the election a
1 IH'.JIOCIIATIC: 'rICIU/'I'. weak and prosy' nnd really amounted to unit in the cnsi'ing!! election.AD President :Is: !sure" to 1 be followed b.\. lea(1l'l'IIllave' taught them that they were the

1I0Ihin When J. S. Adams who, while he r measures looking to the reimbursement of equals of the white race in all respects, and

1U lie riyhl; of trial by jury the habeas cvrjmt, lived, wrote mover's speeches, h.oth for ..I1UlIVIt TKSXKSSV.KKTKIWThe all who lost their slave property by the. it necessarily follows that they are entitled
Hbeity of the > the f.-cedvin of rcchwilnrat home and for the t'nitcd' Senate emancipation. Home; lime ago a young 'nd> has
nV ] refn fj> urn: States (nl frl'lIthe vicinity of Gainesville, u region to the ofllces.! The equality teaching

\ riijhts nf jicrtoiu, and the rpM of there' was some, talen\: displayed in matter attention of the country I is HoW \\htrc large slaveholders flourished before proved a boomerang, and the Witherspoons!

led' !!, must be JI/'nrr.. .-OEN. HAMXHTKeneral nnd tl1n nuge. Dr. Conovcr's talent does turned with much interest to the three Democratic the war. was vj.sitlng n ln.dv friend in thiscity. and Walls and Lees can never be put oMdc

Order No. 40, :\ov.I!), lfo1J;. not lie either in writing or speaking, hilt stati s of Virginia{ Tennessee am'jcorgia The conversation talcing ft politico! hereafter by the Republican leaders, who do
turn, be lady quite innocently assured
I]' ;lfltillU can intimidate tut fnnii doing ,'1'l,1 rather in party tactics. In a former canvass! ( in two of which. the party I N diridei' her mend young that 'we nIl expect to pel not constitute one per cent of the Republican

J II/lin'c to be honest and r>alt.-'YINt'IF.IT1 he secured tile 1'crvlct\one Manual (Jovina upon/ quest ions of state policy! and in the paid for every one of our niggers set free by vote. School I is dismissed: and the colored

rr HANCOCK. native Julian who, speaking the language, other by a purely personal contest. the \ Iln kl'cq'h,11 Hancock is elected.' man thinks.
She went to tell what earned. search!
was enabled to impose! on his fellow Cubans The stand taken by the Democratic' parlyin .m
FOIl PRESIDENT: \ among old rubbish for records containing
ami secured their votes. For this service the Tennessee and Virginia, on the side: of the mime und age of the slaves owned by THE SCHOOL QUESTIOX ILLUS
GENERAL W. 8. HANCOCK, Republican party appointed him postmaster! honesty: good faith and public credit ought. each planter this expectation had given rise I TRATED.
OK r-ENX8YT.VANIA. : to. Where the records were lost! supplementary I We find in the Gainesville SIIII iof the 2.Sth
ot Jacksonville, afterwards' revenue ofllcerat to commend itself to the. sympathy. and respect
evidence !' obtained !she" said the
wa of
FOR VICE-PRESIDENT : Key West!! and he is now consul at some of the world. No better evidencecouli'be from those who l\ad been o'Cl'Seers.anet of August an excellent school report

WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, foreign port. lr. Conover would have tin! given of the character. and purposes of neighbors! : in days gone I".. There is not Superintendent of schools in that county
Cubaus" believe that the Republican partygenerally Southern. Democracy than the position which the least doubt t'hat such expectations! and the Rev. O. A. {)'ers. It is a clear, comprehensive
OF INDIANA. purposes[ are deeply seated in the minds of and business-like public document,
!
and especially the Radicals In1"lorlla the canvass has now assumed in the state of
the wealthy classes and will "1'l'l'llilper
l'IU4UnNTIAI, KI.KCTOKS.: and be taken as one among many evi
may
have
always and Virginia
sympathized gave vade all classes' who held slaves' here in the
STATE AT I.AROE : their moijd influence In their favor etc., etc., Almost! every motive of self-interest, olparly South I have never pot a slaveholder; to deuces of the good judgment and sound

5AMUKI, PASCO, of Jefferson County.LIJKRTJ. that the Damobratic; party iiai always!' opposed success' of political party craft would admit (bat the emancipation of his slaves' sense which we believe characterize most, if

RUSSHLL, of Duval County. the Cuban cause and favored Spain. have induced the sinking of the great question was not an outrage on his rights of property not all of Go,'. Drews appointments
that
ought to be made good b.v the government
wrlshe FIRST DISTUICT: Now let us look at a few facts. Nearly thirty of state credit for the present and putting !Some would not (commit themselvesto In 1877, when Dr. Myers became Superintendent

J. K.: YONOK:, of Kscumbia! County.SECOND years ago a Democratic administration! endeavored into abeyance beyond the 1'rcsidentialyear. saying! anything, but where I got an opinion there were fifteen schools in the

!sac* ) DISTUICT: to purchase Cuba, offering Spain it Wlu1llforlllly.as that above county. Hy October 1877 Dr. Myers had
last J j IIOMAS 1,'. KINO of Alachua County. It is worth while to investigate the loyalty schools of which twenty-two
I thirty millions of dollars-this in order that The state otHccrs' to be elected' the Congressional opened forty ,
... of the young Southern men by ascertinning -
A Cuba might have a free! ')\'t'l'lIlIIl'lIt. In all districts in which the party is! divided l. how of the military were white schools and eighteen colored ; in
} FOR UOVKIINOIi: many companies
C ;*- WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM f the revolutions in Cuba, it has been from by the question of the. disposition! of : at the South arme'd 1 with the United 1878, )he added five white schools and four
WO' Slates arms' and having the accoutrements' colored, and in 1879! two white schools were
the South that ollicers and men volunteered the state debt, by the. introduction of this
no"IF -.... OF LEON COUNTY.FOK furnished them by the United States Oovernment number
added und two colored. The .whole
and went to n. !.i.t. In the \i>iUt of i, question into the present canvass, jeopard United Slates' have
u flag, or
carry
UEUTENANT-tlOVERNOR : distinguished Cubans, civil and military, to the success of the Democratic candidates. one about their armories. There are eases of schools during the year 1879 and 1880! arc

,I LIVINGSTON W. BETHEL, the United, States; it )has been Democratic but the state convention, with u fearlessness when tli* members have cut away the plate white', twenty-seven ; colored, twenty-two :
marked 'U.R A.' and have substituted; some with white teuchers and twentythree
OF MONROE COUNTt \'. men and Democratic papers which have and honesty above praise, have made the twenty-seven
old :symbol> of their lost cause marked
, t welcomed 1 them. In Jacksonville !some upholding: ; of the state credit and the maintenance 'C. S. A.' We have two companies here, colored The total expense, $4,000.
FOR ('O'fORftI4T DISTRICT: five years ago, a meeting was called I to express of "the state honor u paramount one of :nflllt11111 one of artillery. Neither The amount of contracts in 1877 under tin-

\ ROBERT H. M. DAVIDSON, the feelings of our citizens ; the Republicans consideration: and have incorporated their hll'l'r owned used or carried\ flag.Tlicv Republican Superintendent.Mr. Dennis! was
t OF OADSDEN ('OCSTf'.t. \ these two cardinal of allow some Northern men and foreigneis $3,186-showing under Democratic administration
were not presenth Democrats were.Col. platforms principles to borrow the Custoni-House flags!
.. double the number of schools and
IInl 11I:1 ion.
Coopl'r, Dr.Maxwcllmadcthcopcn- to ornament the hall on festive occasions! ,
I" f. FOR ('USmtH'4-\FI'OSII: : 1IIHTKICT : ing speeches and advocated favorable resolu It woidd naturally be expected that the but nobody has yet seen u Southern man or an increase of fifty per cent in the expendi
n GENERAL JE33E J. FINLEY, woman touch' and they careful that the reduction of the
tion"uw, what1 have the Republicans Republican paper*, like the It met nnd Tribune one. are notwithstanding
they shall) be placed, when they are used,
OF COLVMBIt COUNTY. done? A son of Hamilton Fish, Republican which have been tormenting these states where Southern people are not compelled to school tax

tl Secretary of State, has bl.'l'lIl\lId is: the paid with repudiation) and dishonesty, would walk under them. I know these are little We refer to this report as illustrating what
THE SECTIONAL ISSUE.H counsel and agent of Spain. The Federal now commend the noble patriotism of the things: but straws! show where the wind will probably be found to be a similar state
't f.' is difllcult for us at the South to II lit I('1'1 blows, and the Northern loyal soldier ought of facts in all the counties of the Stale The
t nlllcials.: from San Francisco: to Maine have Democracy of Tennessee and Virginia and :
to know these things, '!< he is in
stallli the moral condition of such ( especially
; a man
asLSecrctary
Floridlan. has shown from the records of the
super-serviceable In watching, arresting urge the Republican minority in these states danger of voting for the Hl'IlIocratielluli.
;.,1 7 & : Sherman ,His... to recent' speech in detaining\ men Ind'es els, which .some to support the Democratic State Credit nominees i- date for I'rc! t.w (Ohio Is simply un astounding "mass of ran'or AYtc Yurk Tribune. schools and school expenditures under tin-
detective from the Secretary's ollke should ; but no, far from it. They see party advantage
'J';g( | dishonesty and duplicity. Utterly cold.ilooded rci>ort. The Democratic party has always to be possibly gained by the division It is said if you ever :scratch a Russian you Democratic State administration have been

V be bears out the suspicion we bad will find under the sfcin Calmuck. So largely in excess' over that of the radical incumbency.
been in sympathy with an oppressed people.We :> in the Democratic ranks on tins question' a as
. te Before entertained, that be was a man of have no doubts of how the Cubans will I\IlIll1csirc, at the risk of the defeat of general thing, take the original carpetbagger The county superintendents of

' f II(Selfish ambition und destructive tendencies.lf''B'S vote in the coining election. What an i all hope of sustaining: the credit of the state, ; who came down and professed to schools have been appointed with reference 1

Sttt',.' gfcTit deliverance that such a man ovation and welcome nov. Itloxham had at !inl'l'l'o.t.f: their party more than the success sympathize and help the South when) he to their fitness for the ofllcc and their interest

oW ild nut even obtain a nomination for the Key West. The days he was there were regular of patriotic, honest and just state policy. thought it profitable came out in his original in the cause of education. Mr. Myel'llSI'S

iiJ -sldcncy. Driven to the wall on all other gala days, not even (ien. iruiit had so character as a vilifier and slanderer of the : Alachua, When ::\11'. Dennis went

ne cstlons, he seeks to Infuse' the rancor of large or warm reception, and when leaving, If the Democratic nominees in these states people who had received' him with favor. out of the office of Superintendent there

I c brut of the civil contest into this: election the entire populace waved him adieu, their are defeated, it will be by an affiliation of The writer of the above has resided in this were legally signed contracts: out for open

I 'j rd tlic sordid! purpose of retaining oflice.cliurges minds were made up to vote for the frank, Republicans with the repudiation minority State und in this vicinity, and the above ing or continuing fifteen colored schools, and

\! 'ut : the South with holding and setup warm-hearted Blo.xliaiii, for aun rllor. The of the Democratic party, and it will be puerile and silly utterances, show his animus. one white ichuol In the county-white ichooh, <

lI: ;;". claims which ho knows arc held Cubans: will have an opportunity l to see and, shown how shallow are the pretensions of He knew when he penned that letter except a few organized by private effurt were'

;'a l 1 et up by no other men in the South hear novo Illoxhum in Jacksonville before the Republican }lrl'M."I1U1I1 h'adl.'r.w1lt'n they ho was uttering a slander and a falsehood. fast poising out of existence." f

pl. '" Ills Republican friends. No such claims their He knew or ought to know that the Confederate Oov. Stearns had removed Rev. Mr. Hal '
long and then they will see and hear a man can gain an advantage to party at any 111
got bi bo owned by any but Union men and whose speech will be of no doubtful sound.insuoxoKs cost. : debt was paid 1 in full when Lee surrendered day, an excellent and worthy man, who_1

u .1 ''' sympathizers. Ho knows that the -- We believe the true honest Democratic to flrunt ; he knows that the slave previously been Superintendent, to glv.( '"

'V ,::1..upporters of General Hancock at the South IllS rosiTio\ party in these states, who have planted holders of the past! would not to.lla'ute to place to :Mr.: Dennis, conspicuous' ,frj ''
r an \ fouldho the last to recognize or pay such have restored. We will his control of the nepf "
: uirns.lf It would seem that public men who have themselves! : upon a" platform of good faith, slavery not say that partisanship, thl!<
; :f. been entrusted with stations state credit and just .dealing with the condition i. perhaps some credulous woman may have ment in politics, and wcllknowiTState
owed
lf.. ; .: | such stuff 1 as the Secretary of the Trcasyy something to themselves high and to the of these! states, will reap the reward due had some foolish hope of something. and throughout the United .a
has uttered is to have effect the country It 14
: any on to their and conduct in I is political little giant in 1<"loricIIl11Oj. > ..
which has honored them Leadership bus manly patriotic a There not a military company in the >
as. Orthern mind the and ie PublK
Ignorance prejudice
,
,' Its responsibilities,, and among! these are selfrespect full and assured success. State but owns and.l curries a United States not strange that he should dcvof
\ f'his hearers must bo deplorable.jiTbe t cnirc'J'
? I eI idea that the million of Democratic ( honor, candor and truthfulness.Was -- flag ami on the Fourth of July turned out funds, levied upon and paid alT county *
; TilE JIEASOX WHY. 'and fired national salute tho ammunition by the white l' ?
there ,
,I ever so notable an instance of the
6trs North would tax themselves to color1.chools nmlonttrAtexchool.
< J fjLUie '
It is noticeable that many distinguished being contributed Southern the support of fifteen
1 b ojjsi/hclainis Is simply absurd. absence of all these qualities: 'in a person of mostly by men. 8"lt your
to high station "II isexhibited Secretary Sher Southern men who have hitherto acted with Further, there, is scarcely a military company How do119 white
Wtfat of the Treusiii ltCct8Lle
can a Secretary
7 excuse man's recent speech ? Could stump the Republican party, and who have held in the State but numbers in its ranks notions, we would ask our
ottTcj
all the of any Do desire
*''10 violates proprieties: i >'ou
speaker of the most reckless shoulder-hit and are now holding high oflicial positions men who wore the blue and gray, and keep Republican fellow citizen
to the SU> and 1
give
going on stump
by
jiohition ar"s'
silch stuff ting stylo descend to a lower plane! than the by (.lcttionlUlll appointment have publicly stop equally well to the music of The Red, to restore! such gO\'crl 094 us h

for representative of the present administration? announced that they will support the Democratic White and Blue," and Dixie." No, no, it such county supern/dcnt9 ttp-.
douLtles.
be ,to exponent of public woultl
Can point
any
party in the Presidential: election. is not the soldiers.'Jforthern pointed, and as
In this orSouthcrn.who
recognized leader of the Demo country it has "'l'en'l'r)' much the
V opinion t-ratlc party any, North or South who has ever bubit for the masses to allow their leaders to Among other reasons they look upon Gen preach or practice the gospel of hate, but the appoint? Dr.x\er superintendentswould

advocated the schemes be says are on foot? s|>eak and think for them, and :\{Sherman! eral Hancock as a man of pure character, of hlltlCritil'III'lIIeak who accepts hospitality We wish of the educational

Is!Mr. Sherman better than other seems to have framed his speech as an argument I firmness, brave and honorable, and added( to ami then abuses it. The writer is a weak make sucb/'liblt Mr" has
any any : ns MJrew
puhl te dttfc T ier who states untruths in the for the lowest doss of intelligences. In this he has the confidence of those people, imitator of Parr of last year who romanced affairs of their filw
North and South, who desire peace and about outrages at Palatka ami Hicks who done. *
:.0 ; \tecestofSUnself of party ? It will be one this, if only heard from the stand, he might ;
union instead of sectional discord and hate. recently in Maine asserted FIaUIUs.
i ; impensations of this canvass that have achieved({''' s In misleading and fal solemnly as a CAP JYKl1

I''i t put out of public liftl.Ii t'ilkatlon'ut ihis speech goes before hundreds The pa-sfcourse and present "attitude of the Christian jnini.-ter that at and near his home Recentlyl- Dyke dressed<1 the Dem

:. )1 tf o.f thousands of intelligent readers,* Republican party toward the South would\ in :St. Johns county, seventy men were murdered ocratic clu1/ Tallahassee and the address:

111 r LET US J .VOn who will be astonished by its recklessness render it morally impossible for a Republican in cold blood on account of their being is publish/" the Wvridiait by request ofthe

:! not be well for home of the suc-: and mendadt)'. Has any one in Florida President to receive the support of the Republicans, and clinched his affidary by club/1 is l'rctt>' lengthy, but ever)'

i'\,1::, ute1'l4: fruit raisers and vegetable ever beard of those claims which Mr, !Sherman i latriotiamen[ of the North or the confidence saying that he had attended most of their line is wlu rea
\Vr Amelia Island to give us some speaks of? We luve lost millions in of the South, u Republican administration funeral"l.I'OULIJ. ___ __ If everT>emocrat m tllii' State would get a

,tit f their experience? We know that vajue of slave property. Has any one ever means u continuation of sectional antagoIJMII have it about him whenever a Rermbltf1 -
) LIKE SOUK OF THE OFFICES. opy a
.01' fine gardens! orange groves and expected the Northern states would be willing an increase of present evils and dangers from Ri-sbeeundLedwitb down to

tit W us on the island, and we have to entertain proportion for payment which affect all. The election of Hancock i Lue begins to say anything about reform
successful results. Give will assure and unity in all the The development of the political, i.1. the >
I al very us a of these or any other lov.es sustained by the peace auj.-onomy of a Republican administraja. -
11: nt of what you have planted and war? It h true we are trying to make good and ; the .ell'C .ion of (larfield keeps open office-holding idea among the '.\ Republicans draw out this document which bristles
1C1' been the result. In Putnam he i>sues of the ast and >osti>oiics the day i is a matter of unpleasant surprise
.as countyterprisinggentleman. our losses, but it is by honest industry, and i j % <& facts and figures, copied from the: offi-
if reconciliation.TllK to the Republican: leaders in the State who v ,
.1 I>r. Hammond, the sale of our oranges, vegetables, cotton complete f.\ records at the l'al'itol-rccorWf mane oye
.1. caused' n census of the county to lie and timber to the North and the rest of had arranged matters heretofore with their 1, Radical and Conservative adminbtra-

bt: showing the number of orange tree', mankind.V doubt If there ha* ever been IMtEl'EXDEXTS I.V HUl'AL.From colored followers somewhat in the old fash- ion. The fact is Capt. Dyke bos from the

t J. ,t umber bearing, coining into bearing ten claims of any kind made by Floiidians.Everybody all accounts the rttytttalAe county ionIf dealing with the Indians. You do start, tept posted, and when be asserts u

I arid Jln nurseries. The intending settler ; knows that no claim can be allowed icket is fa...t gaining strength both in mini- the voting ami we will fill the office*, or j thing to be so, the man or men who have

\ p1 I facts not rhetoric. lie wanU to know except upon proof of loyalty. Mr. >ers and character of its supporters. The you prefer we will fill the offices and \'ou,1 the hardihood to deny, question or pervert
he but olj"'l'l.1
watit has been grown not what may be. Sherman knows that his tirade was a pure Lce-Lucus ticket, which was bulldozed into voting, like )1001' Lo, the l his figures; will find it an up-hill business.
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: "mither *
You
talk oflice for :
no :
says
: ler..' any lands for sale on the island ? piece of malicious ratification. Rut it is lamentable lomination, is toufes.soi.lly a weak one, and The only way that the Radical ofllcials have

t/ At"what price I .Can ,fertilizers be had, and to sec that such spctsjhcs can bemadefy has no elements of character or capacity. In the First: District Martin, J. K \./.&v1.SOli. ever escaped his overhauling isi by destroying

\k I.. I kind ? Can the mut>h ... and Lee has shrewdness Locke u'ud others wereoverstrauhd by
if'groat grus people holding ropectable otlicial perhai, some as a poltician abstracting; or removing their records.
'J'., *\1'aarslt}mud bo ui.'tlas fertilizers, and bow ? portion*. and is intelligent; in a way, but be is lev.[ Jeorge Washington Withersp< n. We shall at an early day publish this masterly

J 'an lime I", procured, and bow ? Can the selfish and only looks for his own advancewnt. In Duval county the colored invention document and we shall cat especial

, |U.. Uiardies be drained, and in what man- TllK COLOUEl VOTE. Nor will the op| osition be confined nominated, as the fit representap'es of the attention of the Northern Republicans who ,

;J, t? h there much good land on the While we exi>cct that mont of the colored to the county ticket. BUbee and Conover wealth, progress euterprl-e, enuky, culture have settled here to it ; if they read it they "

id? What are its ad vantages and di..adnges x-ople[ theState will vote the Radical ticket both got their nominations by a trade and and style of the inetfojiolU of Jast Florida, will seek to elect honorable, economical

I !: ? What Is the ul..nso of building, JU"itl.l)longasthey are led by their white leaders licker, and neither of them will command one colored( man for Senator, {vl three out i men rather than those who have by their .

jf what material ? Arc concrete houses ,yet we notice year by year, that the IIltt the ordinary Republican vote. The Pernoratie of the four representatives, tb/ fourth being own records shown extravagance and dishonesty.

(., ;er or dearer than others? How are ntelligent and indu-triom of them are break (.' Duval County Convention to be held "me fiilly Lucas, a recent convert. In .

!.. jade ? Can brick IK made here, orar- ng away from a 1 party which ha not only ivday, will probably, under all the circumstances _\lacbua county the regnlarVonvention. hay

i stone? Is fuel abundant, and at what not advanced them Midully, but i>olitleallyn deem it inexpedient to nominate u ng nominated white 1111 for Senator and THE population of Connecticut is 020,087: ,
an increase of SS.U'n: over the census of 1870
l; We would be glad of answers to any [ fact, from the days of the swindling.bVee 'I county tid.I.t. This will leave the field olICI\ Dennis as one out of the four Representatives which the Hartford Twitt regards as a very

d of these questions. You can do aLl .uiun's Rurvuu and its twin corrupt : for fair contest between the indepemleut reHHtabIes a bolting convention was held and satisfactory showing. Maine, with about the

I of good to your island by furnLhAible Jo'n.'l..llUt'IJl..Ulk., the colored man has mf- I .] and the regular incapables. For Walls (colored) nominated for the Senate, I same- population shows an increa of only.JO.OOO

lug statements of its capabilities.Islands Cereal in purse. Within the lust 1U l1tb.lt't.1 the credit and good name of Jacksonville! and Arnow, an ex-Confederate, put as the in the past ten years.A .

Tbere '" in the We>t Indies no en* well \krit'ten aLlll1.ri\-0.1. have boyn pubished mid Duval county, it is to be hoped that the j only white man on the ticket. la Marion the

larger iLiiv densely .opulatedand furnih by colored men under their own Ut men will be elected. At any rate it will ickt-t i< all colored but one. In Leon, webeieve frog Paris bunt paper which recently lasted gave for two an account hours, in ofa

lug lal1;' 'xl'orn. We \\1111)ut )'oufat't.. in names wherein they 1.T\1161t<*.' to vote for lie a rebuke to future s\va>,h-bucller bullies it i*jet black and will be so in Jefferson which many of the fashionable Parisian

."'J !l A u'I h, iUitxhaui lull IK-tht-l. and advising: and up- who have ruled HaJ convention and Madison. The colored Republican* have took part.

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Perhaps, though, their most terrific. Such waves, wind and rain nt Ilotefulir's farm, near Daytona, Volusia
', he described. lifted miles south oft t. '
our tontcmpoas 1'111Iw'cr The hip on county, sixty Augustine
not so fir wrong when her beam at every waveand it was and twelve miles north nf Mosquito Inlet
justotter
. ofcssor Klliott's eidculn- Mble to l'rawll'rmu one place to Chas Smith, James H. Kelly, Mason Tnlhol.
vase of about thirty-two The storm was so thick that one could not part of the crew of the I I'm.VMS.. landed
ode would not Prove sec hundred yard, and the roar of the near us, within five miles '.femli other .
especially as hey were wind and the beating of the rain was like Chins Unulenburg and John Greenfield, part
l>'\' the census: taken ills the rattle of musketry. (;en. Torbert 1\11111 of the crew, landed nt Mosquito Inlet, and
t' hr tate nathoiity," were lying in my hi mi talking and quietly two others of the crew and two passengers
being f'1111hI'nlin:\.- I awaiting the worst, when, at 4.12 a, III., ti lire nt Smyrna, south of the Inlet. Then
sea broke into the engine rtlt\1I\1I1111 throughthe names we are unable to learn. None of the
saloon, and rung crash like n bat terryof lady passengers were saved, nnd but three
t>, who left the army onus artillery, and striking terror for all instant passengers and eight of the crew are known
battle of
' Chieamaugii into every one, dashing I'lIloon.a1l1'1'1I 1' to have been saved out, of.lightr.twon1\
Congress: which did not tables, doors, etc., together unit into water told within one hundred miles from where
introduced bill in Con8
a knee deep. (;('it. Torbert came to me directly the ship was wrecked.
>(> to remove Hancock after this, with Master Wa'lemlge, about I General Torbert landed New Itritam nt

use, among other things issued, nine years old, and wild Uomeo, you and I ; 8 a. m. Monday, six miles Above UotefiihrV
nil Order No. 4rt
must take this little boy and care for him farm. He was found by Mr. Pitt floatingon
tier the war had closest, between us." I allowed that he hail but the surf. His heart was beating, his hotly
' "hllII,111\1t |ive way belebillpassed fifteen minutes to live, and that it would be was warm and the blood was flowing from

I the Houseicans mercy to let the little fellow go down with wound over the right eye. lie hal evidently
; nat''s 41111 Denting the ship, but the General kindly insisted, reached the breakers sound and well,
vie record is
rock:yea. saying: "I cannot leave the little fellow behind and there had been struck by the fragment
the .soldier-civilian
; 3'111111111111111\'t ave him. Take him he was on and stunned, so that he drowned
t Sarficld.. the Ois'trncednl until come back." A minute after the seat before he reached the shore. I went in n
> over the law. Chooser came through the saloon, more terrific than boat after his body, wbiih, when recovered

ever tilling it wiii-t deep with water, and was buried under the palmetto groves on
rim VERA CRUZits.t smashing in most of the port side. The little llotefubr's farm, Wednesday morning, at
fellow and I were rolled over amongst tll\'Ii September 1st' The strictness of

chairs, tables, etc., and I lost him but lie quarantine regulations did not permit bin
+T'm-lT,\n: "'.:ST
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was picked up and brought to his father.I body to be removed Milford, Del., where
OXE OK TilT srr.VIV called the Jencrnl to come to the deck lie resided, until November.

,DKTAtUS iSC.U,AMITY OF .THE with me. He said, "\11 right ; I will go aft Captain W. S. \r. Pinkham of the yacht
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I and meet you above. I never saw (Sen.Torbert Anna kindly brought myself and the crew
irday, the little steamer I again alive. The passengers were of the Vera ('nu, ant( four of the I'Tt'or
it her wharf having on ,, all crowded into the hall which was nt the the schooner .ftAi ./. tiiinmons, of 1'ensa-
so miraculously escaped top of the saloon steps. Here they said cola to St. Augustine, where we arrived
i'ek of he StC-amcr i cot farewell to each other. We adjusted their Friday evening. The mayor, (;eorge S.Sreeno .

w York city, \\IlIll'rrlllll', life-preservers, and extended sympathy 0111'to ( C. (I. Crane, C. F. Hamlin and G.
ard Van Siee, nt I p. III. the other. Never before perhaps, were Van Porn very kindly threw open their
t., bound,r Vera Cm, there n set of passengers so quiet and unoxcited houses nnd gave lodgings and meals to us,
rltlat sea Si'nday: :!:.Uh under circumstances soapnnlling. Mr. and through these gentlemen and Captain

Alex. Wullendgo brought his little hoy tome House, United States Collector of Customs
the first one to spring I and said : "Mr. Owen, I will give you a we were transported by the H'ci/fr Lily
,
.met O. K. Owen Msq. i thousand dollars III gold if you will take Captain I. Hall who kindly fed and transported
di'ig at Chester, Penn- inv son and get 1.111tll land." 1 said : No us till wje reached the city of Jacksonville '
in hoard fortunate I, I do not expect to live live minutes after the nt 1.15 Saturday evening, where
i passenger. at the time shin goes IIlWII, It is mercy to your son agents of Alexander t Sson met and provided -
and to yourself to down as quick as
go pos for our comfort and transportation to ':
Million passengers, as i, sible. 1 can see nothing to hope for in n New York :
.Wl'lI. was ns follows : storm like this. Let us look at it as if our The dead bodies so far found known tohave .
I'. Saint Mamar I:. Fnlain'e ,
characters cm the world'.1) stage were ended. been upon the TVra Cruz, arc ten in
/, John ilcdhill, I. Miss Sadie Pay asked me in her sweetest number among which are three women
A. ( ;art-1.1 and wife, J. manner to take care of her, Hut I said to her The coast for one hundred miles is strewn y
(tonibay, A. Rodriguez and to the others, there was nothing he with wreck and in that distance we know <
11111'1I"Ii..... A. (Clark done, but to stick to the ship until we were of the loss of two steamers and eight sailingvessels.
rge ',X. Colo, I,:. Vttll'.1' washed from her and then to cling to the .-Sun and ICM.KVItOlKAt .
\. :<. F. 11(-112\111Ir7., M,*. I fragments as long as possible, and this plan t
hil.l, 11. (;JoollOflcx.. was carried out by every passenger, The '
Miss Sadie Fay MisT.Mtjoleneral Captain was seen just before the sea smashed CAJll FOR FLOJttlfA.In .
_\. '1'. A. in the port side ot the upper decks at 4:12 n. conversation with number of Kng-

III.,king wenjy-nine in in., but whether he got excited and jumped lisp gentleman, residents of our county, in
s'lK-s two cabin 1'11"1'11bclollgill overboard or was swept away is not known regard to the English carp fish which i.s
to tae ship, to any of us. Mr. Harris, first oftleer, the now being propagated and distributed over .
and clew, eighty-two second mate anti one or more of the crew the U"ittI4tatl's bv the United States Commission '
were also iwo horses oncoils'sted took to the starboard bow-boat and were of Fish and Fisheries, It occurred to
of a'l assorted killed before the ship could begot fn'l'Ir.. us that the iiuiny lakes of pure, clear water '
e, Id'the heaviest posto Miller and his engineer stood by the shin till in Orange county would be just the placesfor
('IIr.' '. Vege'ah'es In she sank and the 11'lIrtt'rnll4t'rVU Il\m their successful growth. The cnrp is it /

I'exiean rni'iond, barrelsig O'Neal and n sailor (name unknown) stood most excellent table fish, and is' rcfl above deck at the wh'clulltil the ship 111111 k. caught with a dead bait, such as a wt
itn fIe n:1I ofWi-dnes- The captain never came near the passengers piece of meat, cricket, grasshopper or i w
n brisk wind from the during the storm ; never sent to inquire anything of that kind that is aviiilabl
and Friday, but calmed 11'to their condition and it may be sincerely our people. Most of our inland lakes '

The sh'p'lis'ed all he hoped that no other passengers may well tltol"kl'll'with black bass, or trot {
it wits' dilllcult to keep be left to so thoughtless and indifferent nman. they lire called here, but they will bite o i
'. Pa 'cuhi'ly was this It was at 0 n. m, that the ship went nt n lire bait, such Its u minnow or i\ fii :: 1
\li'c'i showed that the down breaking in the middle and filling the These are difficult to get and the coi| k 'I

ing. Weai'.ier cloudy, wen with fragments of stores trunks, etc. quencc is many who live on the margin'f | 1 i
elite's were at meids, To say there were ten million pieces o lakes that ore alive with trout, are iinabl
chcc *; and, ihoug i .he wrecked stores all clashing together live get them readily for the table for the w'
m the deck they seemeddaybrenk. minute after the shin- went to nieces would of lire tacit to catch, them with. Asthere "'i

be gross ea gl'rlltioll"lit even with such n many small lakes in Orange county tl "j
fore and aft statement, no idea could be conceived as to have no fish in them, it occurred to us t '
wind was then blowing the state of the case. Men women children III Home of these the carp might be pro ".;
thclI t. At 1 1'. m. Mafias horses, cats and rats mixed in, and gated, and from them transferred to oil
beard iu remark *o went in through and over this mass. The lakes at our convenience. With this idea
er, "I have just noticed waves were fifty feet high, not in Dwells awl view, we addressed u letter to Prof. S
is fn"!,!,; rapidly. We ridges, but in peaks, like sugar loaves ; four F. laird Commissioner of Fish and Fist
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hurricane. Au order peaks breaking, like surf tore each other. ries. amt received n few days since, the flowing
p and throw she cargo When we went up on one side, it was not togo htter.rhe letter indicates how '
eN of oil, cases of ntids down on the other side, but to be turned can get the fish, but specifies that they mi
.iles on deck. The real over nt the top and sent rolling through the be put in lakes where there are no oil
s.."nick us on the port nir to the opposite one, and so buck and fish :
'atnrday tiiid liwd the forth. This lasted about two or three hours
beam. From Hi's Mine after which the waves took a more natural U. H. COMMIHHION, FlSII AND FlHllKIUF.a! ,
possible to wu'k about character, anti came in swelling ridges, nnd NEWPORT, U. J., August 18, 1830.
fliu'- 'nMes, e e., and we whirled down and over them to the opposite />. L. Way, J..tj. :
I' quickly thrown 'Vinnic side.liencral DEAR HI8-1 have no doubt thegcnt'i
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men til tvli/itii van refur In vim nit fif A mm
wind at this time
was Torlierl was piekeii up by (;na*. o
essol was t-h'erlll'Hlth Smith, one of the crew, about fifteen minutes 6th, are quite rlgh-tUfl-a recommending tt J
, evening the skylights after the ship sank. He was then European carp as a fish well adapted to tl
ve"c cavied away, n'id weak and could then crawl on the fragmentof waters of your portion of Florida. The
,orsidcrable waft HD) the wreck only with assistance. When would doubtless thrive and, do well in yoi J
1:01. heU' ig all Jid-ift by the fragment was turned over n minute lakes, if the predacious fish, which vvoul

'icn/ers were generally later, Mr .Smith came up on a.iother piece, most likely destroy them, could removed
he tloor of t'ie ua'onn and never saw the gl'neralillive again. The The young carts which I have been distriL. }

ngcncno'iefoniuny wind was so terrific that when a plunk, raft, uting iroin the government breedinjf point ,
the fact trod hantls arum box or trunk would reach the top of a wave in M tushlngton arc the product of a'verychoici '
o.ie 'ihigaiid u.lother, it was whirled through the air with a force variety of carp, imported at considerable t
lie nile, unit n-any weret terrible to behold among the liviiigrfuid dy pence from the Uiver IanulM-k!.,
and humor be.wccn hll(. I never passel a person that was not they become sufficiently established In 'this t { I;
van. us ti'icv passed bleeding from Home wound, iiitUcted by country it would bo very unwise to place .,,; .
o the ;"f/.I reol'ng..H.A. ing fragments and half o( them were lead, them in OilY large bodies of water where j I 1
. ., had #..'n wished dying within fifteen minutes after they took they cannot bo thoroughly protected. To 'S '
i, No. 5, helm was t'lew to the waves. This was most appalling, and I bo Miicctfcffiil the cultivation of carp all rf
' ('11'" Y K'i,unlay ( \'CII1IIt"'l'h""loOiifOtllU- sad indeed won it to see these heroic women other fish should be removed from the pond "Je
struggling against timber, waves and fate. in which they are bred as the eggs are adhesive ,;
,n .1 1JW.lI.ta"I4 a tn- passed Mr. Wallendceandaon ten minutes and remain attached to the aquatic t
a.id bad cut hit'r'gntd alter the sinking They were about ten plants und twigs, and for several days during \ I

him cons'de-iioly, as yards apart, clinging to different pieces of their development they furnish temptk
was Iii his host and the wreck, and the little fellow looked Its ing foist even to minnows anti other small II m
rJ-'g a ihecv'iitf word calm and handsome as when playing in the fish ; and the carp, after passing its earlier Hivicissitudes
tit,' V, 0 id ahc'llllllu saloon two days before. His lather was depressed Is eagerly devoured by carnl
,1'eu everywhe.-e. UK but fur his HUn ; no thought of himself oils fish, many of which you have in vor"J' i
'Ir a I'aiuf the iii-;ht, entered his bead. Would to Hocl that I waters. The proper manner of
lilt l ihe'he ctf'ne a,>d might have done ttomething for them both. i would b? txi raise them 11 small ponds where
UT his wa e--'I"Ilu t over TIlllS ('ouhll tell MOIIlcMlillir llluillt *ll/-h thvv.-.n ItM tlWirj* 1'1"1111" '".......I .... ,xJKTSOII I :.1
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the %vau yr tlrij'i'ng in singer, but, a* I did not know their nanitee, desiring to obtain a stock of carp for E
4. At 1 i*. in. tlau ('.I' I cannot enter into detail cultivation should apply to me for them, and .
rile drag writ put out, The stewardess. ja/UIIICtllatthe saloon forward their application through their
uych-Hs.. Ik was not with and member of Congress. If
doors tables and sunk whh the the applications.. ":
'II,. ti.po and wits KM ship. Site was crying bitterly and appealed are favorably endorsed, it will give mo plea- f,
i it iii p'oiiff oi'der. At to me for help, when the water poured Inupoji sure to i m ider them when the next distribution M
i heavy wa, !'0 water her like a Niagara. I stood by the to the Southern waters Is made. > H

ne tires nuipiH.'flip mainmast until the water washed In over The regular issues of carp occur during ,;0_
.Ia"'tl, and was going the hurricane deck then climbed up the the fall and spring months. r

The puiot cattle 1urr rinsing twenty-live feet and was washed olf I am, yours truly, etc., .'
do tent Too U-ii. and by the waveM. An instant after fragmentsof fievictu P, UAIKD. }
lad sent hint -o tell the the wreck piled In and over me. I was -SlJt.t.lh Florida Journal
id assist site ('Iew. or stunned by a blow across my head'cheek ,
>wn. We ,mine -flute. and .
eyes, q.'t I climbed first u one thing Xorthutitern
the sec:is and >o the and then upon another for half Lumberman mentions an
an hour, rxi...riiuent which
'in where I a.'IJ4IJfi.t't' may have important
t<> rushing up one mountain of result
water then fur
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,ur. Cap.uin Vast filco another until finally I caught hold of lumbermen and grist-millers. Sawdust -
and bran
e top pax, hi2 wt.er, pie 'e of the ship about twenty.five feet a into were coin itressed at little cost
wa of nf use--the long by tea feet wide. This was the a their which will much reduce the
eating the uMl of port cost of transportation. Into block
over mitt the ulnlll -rllOlI1. Through a of i{
i larjjo quantities IMJ- window was the head antI shoulders one ijoinpretwed sawdust an tight-i nny nail wit
donkey tng-'ne w11:111a.ty man, Thomas Jramhool. He asked of a driven u> firmly that it broke in the -
mo'to to draw it. Yet friable"
purpune. Afteron break the frame and get hint out. This the block was easily .
aid '<.ld General imw. sible. was Three pecks of bran were compressed Into
:< *t I shoved him down n IT
and
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he
roll six inches
going to piece* and came up through the next long by six Inches diameter
owning. We
reioatiicsf but for capable of enduring much
g Uf now threw tiff our life-preservers and handling yet
yen mi the women. the fragments of wreck Stuck'to easily broken up by the till ,.ent. The
t him MU much that lie and thin, for twenty.four hours.-through thick caw will probably bring sawdust lar.''ely Into
."t-..... There During use for bedding horses
wan no that time,we were at least two-thlib awl will leduca the
tent 01 board; even i waier '" UJe night we were both under rust of brag. to 'OJII\uuel'lf dIs asst from the
i'et stall "easonahle. : com- mills.A .
1.lett'lyJ.lin.1 (ruin the salt
deported in L _
lu ur. I'fe our e .
allgng preUrt eyesWhen
we struck the
surf
was a sunbeam, on Monday, our raft went to at 4 a. w. WOMAN In Jericho. Vermont /laving
wilt all while be were turned over us iL'allllx pieces awes anti we beard a great deal about "preserving autwwl.1euvell"
many
rm at this time was (are coming to the surface tVe be- but, afterward told a
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THE HEGa.tRS 1>O(7. TIll MYSTERY orSTLKL. TE.1I1'E1WlI GENERAL UerOln': ItKADFORIl 1ofXTV.Gmiita : ; ; .:
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Ming one day in London city, .Tu1ue-.1 R. Richard, Providence. i ( herniae--\\'alter C. :Malone. "
t v a dog that raised my pity In tho whole range of the mechanical arts tilled Males Ofllrcr tVcr*-)Henry 1.'. York Lake liutler. Jr. 'olcctoof t. 7 .

etched cur, all skin and bone, it would he. nearly impossible) to find another tASI OFFICE, OAtXEBVttl.F.. Sheriff( W. \\'. Tumblin. btarkc. ......lprrltCrdf'ltOJSl.h"o1s-Key; Harris. Ke| F

f in the gutter crawled along; process at once so simple and so commonin :! r.cycr-I.. A. llarnes, Uaincsvillc.Hcrrlrrr ..J...,'.I.'lr nf T 1.r1'.J.. McKiimey, lake West..

In his! mouth (I smiled nt that) practice, and yet fo little understood intheory ; -John 1-'. (tolling' Uaincsvillc.fjnrrcior'ltCHcrnl / IJutler.CoUcrtor. XASSAf COCXTY.County .

Icld 1 an old and crown I('.''1S hat. as thellllrd..nhl and tempering of. -L. I). Hall, 'falhahasseelmiiSTRiT of llrvewif-Alfred 1 1)1. Cone, Lake Hintou J. Maker,
[quick nil It deferential eye steel It. was probably this 1 fact which Icil IJutler.Snjicrtiitfiiitfiit. Judge- FernnijClerk
Kvtched the bustling passers-by\ the Institute of Mechanical( Engineers: (of ('tit ltT. i'!f.flltMlsl./ ( I L.: Harrison, I I nil.

.n. their haste, as on they fared, England: ) to place this subject among thoseto '/'fll"rThollll11dlil': Jacksonville.Mnr Starke.:; -C. W. Maxwell! Fernandina. i

ist a glance at him nor cared be :specially investigated) ) by a committee ..lxi1-J, 11.[ Durkcp, Jacksonville.Llerk I1RKVARD; ('nt'NTVConnly : .. Sheriff Peter Cone, Fernandina.Arffsmr .
; II. Fdnnndina.
.. imc. when they had passed! some pace.: of its own members, wlio"e first report has -Philip Walter, Jacksonville.IXTKUXAI / Jin1 f
I) il halt with grins upon their faces; recently appeared. To illustrate the facts : : liES'EN: Li.
( r)ry was so plain indeed which require scientific explanation, the Ollretor-nl'lIl1ill Eagnn:\ Jacksonville.cou.WToKs nf 1it.fI'.r.\. D. :Stewart, Titu+ville.Oitlirtornf J'I'Clf'arrt'l ?
nandina.
ir that he who ran might rend; )process of, hardening nnd tempering a cold Itrrrtiuf-V. :M. I'latt, Lake .JI'!<- \ ,1Inhumi! I )
];gar'sdog-his maf-ter dead-\ chisel, which is usually done at one : OF cf STO.MS.John Orange County ."Irrillt"'tlt o/8cb- \ ;

fast still carries! on the trade, !lieu may he: briefly lil'!nt nf Sclinnh-Alexander r t&uM'riiitcinl ( .

[lists:' by diligence mil care, lug, the point I is dipped\ in cold water, and Edward Hopkins. Jacksonville, dall, Lake View.: ouAXlilHWXTY.County I: ( :

*|blic patronage to share" ; thus the tool i i.i harel<'lIl'I1. After cooling, John F. House:' St. Augustine./ .T/Il-It L. Summerlin, OrlamlJ

eyed on ; but as I went, I the smith lifts: tIle steel from, the water ami J. M.[ (Ciirrie, Cedar Key. tLAY COl' T\ Cl1.} Hnghey, Orlando. '

iughts upon the dog were bent. watches! it closely! as: the heat remaining in GIIIIIIyII"r! -\\'m. Peeler, (Jreen (Cove ;/ :' W. Shine, Fort 1c'it, t.IsseM

.r Ill"! 1 said IIIIIH'IHtaliolJ. the body of the metal diffuses itself throughout S'nhOfll're! Springs.Ctrrk: *>r '! Titrcf John C. 1 r ':fn, last
|rcc of customs! education ; the hardened<<1 portion. As the heat -O. .t. Bill 111 llj.I'toli, Green CoveSprings. kinsville. f .

nigh we laugh at him-'tis s:\human spreads 1 the color passes from white lu tre .:XIITTII'JI: >.\"TlII: : T. : nll'dol of laf'"c-al l'''lt1.Orlando?

plans nre quite ns bad to a 1 pale yellow to straw color to brownish (t'rwrr-(;leorfrc/ F. 1'rew, Tallah.is. ,s7Tf,/ James "'. DeWitt, Ureen Cove Superintendent; .rlIf. T. Deck]

lany schemes in this same town Orange, I Then the point is dropped-into water 14r.ileupro (('el. nf: ""I'I/Itr-\r. R ISarnc":: :Springs..Issersur. Fort Reid.
rely hats without the crown ; again, III the full confidence that after Tallahassee.Krrrtitrit 1 I m .( of Tares Wm. ('ontvay, Kinl.lc'r.nlfl'Ior T.\\.11 ('ot' TOlwtI.T"lyeJ \'.

pdirect, but iuo't complete. cooling the temper will ho that <<)(...ircl1. Il' n/: Slufe1)). llloxlmm\ Talla nf' Itrrfime\rl1l.t.: 1'1 U III lIH'r, \ N.Cox, )'Irr)'.

; on the street" the smith delayed the Iorowli,0111,1 become hassee.f'tntijitfiiltff. Maxville. Osteen, Perry.
money C'"rlltflcr' Jocrurd dappled) with purple, and would then passuccessively -Columbus Iirew, Tallahassee. f..Hitrrnilvmlcut of ....'h"fll.9-)1.l J.'. Geiger, Clrrk(-Juhn I I M.1!Fallkl'r. Perry.Siiprrlntrnilent .

: : into full purple, light/ blue, full Trftntrrr-Walter II ,viuit. Tallahassee.Att :Middleburg.! ; of Srllnuls-B:. \ Perry.
blue, dark }blue ; and I color would give its I ''''''I ,/-(; '''''/''''-Ueorge; I". ]fancy: Tallahassee. ('ol.l:.IIH.\ <',,(':"T\'. S. Sutton 11111, Perry.

\USCIlII'T OF ST. 1'KTKlt. own h'IIII.r upon cooling/ as lirinht/ blue nll/"t.'I.T"UI'-\\. Jves, Jr., LnkeCity. County 7i'l.llr'r-l.\ N. Cox, Perry. .

j 1.1th: of .JIII '. IS"!), there died) at for !<\ ami watch springs) ) dark him PII"n'Jllr"J; Lnivh llngh; A. (' ,rlev.Tnllahassee. Clerk-John \' nzallt, Jr., Lake City. (nllt"r'/I/-I.. : R"I'f'll-.1ohn C. Calhoun.Perry. .

n n certain poor man known for saws: M(. These are the well! -knuwu : 'VtirrlJ.(/ \\'. Perry Lake (City.! 'u/llllr.

nit nil the city for his! great age) facts, and yet their how and why has !rr!>ilni<1rnt f 1',,"'';(' losh',trlioo-\I'. )1'. A.ir' itr of 7".1'1.-1\,. \\'. )Biters: Lake A *fnrnf TntcKm.. II. Parker, Perry.
.
'; is reputed to be 100 years Fur the always been( equally) a myMery to tutu; artisan i 1 talsley( : Tallahassee.. City. I.

century this hermit had lived re- and the scientist: although upon' the .I+ljnhnt-eneral-,1..1.; Picklsoii, Talla Culirtoinf T
n the world without exchanging;; a correct solution of the problem depends) so hassee.CiiDiini'xslniirr. City.Siifuriiitfiiitfiituf ( Ollt"//I"Vf'-\1: R. Cooper, St. Augustine. .

h his neighbors, by whom he was important a matter as Knowledge/ how best' ; Iiiiiiilifrntlun( i Jr. Seth ; 'rli'ii I f-JuliusPotsdamer, .

as a saint: At his drath, as no one /to reach that judicious: cunipreuuisechichi French, Jacksonville.\ hike ('ity! ('lk-Dartolo I'. Oliveros, St. Augustine. y
should blend the maximum of hardness\ : Augustine.
t of his friends hr relation", the FITHKMK rontT. lifVAt CI>fXTV. S'I'vTJlec'li.t1 "
'lorltics and tOllghlJ(''''. Now either ran be I 1 Dnnhani. St.
took possession of all that h produced t'litflnslice1i.1. Randall.lack"OttvilIn.: : IJ.lodyv'-'mVilliant.\\\\ Mclx-an, Jack e. "tlit.r.-J.I\ .
ft. i } at )pleasure, as the colder the hath the : Augustine.Collector :
Ai'iri; JnnHcr J. We-tcott' Tallahas \'ille.
harder the steel. and the slower ((1I4 in oil) i ii ttr jr., "Oil of ('pll F. Llambias,
ting the grotto Inhabited! < ise name was Core, situated at the the tougher; but, extreme hard next is produced ) St. .\
i Affuclnte Jnntiff-II. 11. 1'an'niken1emrg, ( ) Uriah ISowden\ Jacksonville. ... Ijr11t I. t
at the of tenacity and fleeraw. School.*-Thomas Pa-
10 hill of Octhscmani', they were expense! Jacksonville.f.V \ AMi'imir( r 17ir.fI"-lallll'l I' :Smith Jackson '.l/lr"tf'1.'f.of!
to f find it decorated<< with some The. committees! conclusion was suggested ; rJt;-('. II. Foster, Tallahassee.tIRcrit \1111' cetti, : lJt\.tll. S 1SratTER
elegance. It was overlaid with, 10EIi"II'1'I: experiment) ) upon platinum OillerfoIIJ' Jr"f'lIlIrHC'lIrL'En, I(', CorXTY.County .
.
which he made public, in 1.0.<> JflHiEs.
wire,
his and the actual couch of the Jacksonville.ttiijtcriiitrnilrnt. .
lad been composed of these mate- i These' experiments showed that incandescent \ /'(>../ ('i'n/it-\I1u! tl1'1 E.: Maxwell( I'cn- : nf ,'r'/IIul.-\lhc'rt J. llns-: -Thomas.Tllg-Ih'nr J. Ivey S.Cassidy, Lecsburg.Sheriff lAcsburg.Clerk .
I platinum wire became( covered with saeola..ycwj.f.
value. After removal of
'ry great sell Jacksonville.: )-.}. S. Dychcs, Lecsburg.A .
n trllp'lloor'IIS found, which, led minute fissures! duo to expiration of the 'it'IIit-H.I\"ht :S.: Walkcr'I'allahas. '
". Mr-rim f v f 1 1IAMII.TOX COfXTV.
underground passage) five yards occluded gases under the action of heat, and see. : .

hree or four yards high;; There a that when I the wire was cooled in a vacuum Third. Ct'reuit-E.: J. Vann. Madison. ('Iolh.ladIlenry; J. :Stewart: Japer Lceshurg.Collector.
John W.
found fastened, by nn iron liar On the (insures! closed lly a succession of heat fourth C!feint-R.: Archibald.. .Iu'ksn11-: ( '11'1'k-Robert :-Stewart: Jasper I: of Heroine-. Dyches,

it the explorers Came upon n heap ings and coolings! the gases were entirely \ (lie. Sheriff Jatuesl.. (Duncan, Jasper.Awi'Mir : Leesburg.Superintendent) k,
11. Duncan
Frhnol II.
'y of dillerent countries and periods, expelled and the platinum, ( became much Fifth Circuit-James I H. Da\ kins, (Caincsville. : I nf 7i'J'I'iI-.J. T. Cooper, Ancrum. of *- '

quantity}' ohgold was; discovered) harder and Ih'II"I'r.:0: the committee suggests ) Collector 1I"'I''Ir-.1.: P. II. Goodhrcad 1, I l'lk Gritlln.

Enf i I. Turkish mid (lrt'I'ian-tlle fruit, it may: be that the 'first and extreme :'.;rtl ('!mt!t-lI[. Mitchell.. Tampa. I'lenton\ C'lilumliiii; (County.fitijirriiifiiuli'iit SfWAXXT.i: ()ll T\ .

.i,". I nroiK/<>y, of n long career of mendacity 1111I I heating drivesont! the gasesoccjuded at IItlli.h'III1'Ptallll't'4. .V'rclh. Cirruit-,Archer ('II'kl'allllr,1.:: uf Srlauls-Justin:, H. )Roberts : ('rll .TldVf'-t.hal .\. Clouts, Live
Uio part of tho holy man The value ot'the nary ; thus producing the den
treasure: )has linenestillatedat .1/1.:/ '"JII. Under ItcssufliarusteelCllentime! : las-lightly! 'nh'ndnr. 1ICKNAXIHI: COl'XTY. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. '

the layer of coins a, packet was disclosed, heated, as in tempering, reabsorption begins, C'ourt ( L. Frierson I'rooksville. Shcr/-John U. Sessions! Live Oak.
wrapped ulln old newspapers., After this and the characteristic colors are due to thechanges TIIIKIl ClKi.TIT.E. Cinnttii. .tinge-11' .Asrimi of Te.res-11'. H. :Sessions': Wei-

coating had been removed I, handsome / In thesurfaeo.'thc gradual openingof / J. Vann, Judge;: : Wm., 15. Taylor. State's: i /J'l'k-.1. (C. IMlirooksville.. born. .

cashmere! shawl appeared, much thin worse minute fissures, which are produced thislatest h by Attorney.tfjirlii ....'''.rlr-.I. It. )Mickler lirooksville.Affrimnr Collector of 11"'III'1"I"ltt; on.

\ for time and damp, nut estimated originally this reahsorption. In connection with ;! TermTaylor. nf T.t.rrs-\1'. M. (Oarrsoii Hrooks- Live (Oak.Siipcrtntendeiit.
I : "nt, uhout .tHO. 'J\10 shawl ngain concealedncverul I / theory may he mentioned t one or two :iM 1"1I.1ahi .\]>ril.Madison !. ville.Collrrtnf, of School*-J. (I. C. Jones,
the of earlier ones. One is that when steel) i'eheatesitime I .Id )I', I\I\\ in .\ aril.
i)a|>crs! attesting! origin j>oor 111 Live Oak.
/ nf 1/'IIIr-) :M. TowiiRcnd. I
i I ) Core; who in these was declared to be a carbon becomes liquid, and i is absorbed Hamilton: Ith! Monday( ; in April.Siiwannee / i CorXTY.County .
t.t "Fehrnw, belonging to a very rich family csXtMr by the I Iron as! water is bv n !sponge I and that :: 1st Monday after 4th Monday Brooksville.Saprriuhvdtof. "OI.l'11
,, LaPeiiotiere En
y nf/ ,4'/i> h-Dr. :S.! Stringer I I JttdtjrFred. ,
slow the carbon becomes I
.
I "**. Stockholm. Finally, under upon a cooling; III .1'' ril.
T I amorphous! and the steel is: soft, while, if I Columbia ili'ou Iksyille. terprise.:
n voluminous manuscript on :iM! Monday after Ith Monday( Clerk John 1Dinkins ; .
I'nterlrisc.Shtrijj'11'.1.
tort cooled quickly the carbon crystali/.es taking im.i>noiortiii; [ OIUXTY.
in .
; i(brought to light, wrapped a in April.Lit'ayette Cone .
"i (I silk so entirely consumed by the properties! of diamond: and the steelbecomes 1 ; Od: Monday after It Monday( inApril. bully ./lIdoc-1I. L. Crane, Tampa.Clerk [ : Enterprise.Aet.mr I
Arc't ) Denjamm
to pieces nt the first touch.; as: it were, diamond set in iron -Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. 7i'J Richardsonj

ti t as I !bore, written in beautiful an- This theory of JulIicn'sI"pcrhnlwtliemrntst'Iking Fall TrnnTaylor ...."r/ff-JJ. Isaac Craft, Tampa.Awnr hnt'rlr..c', lkrrnue-John D. Jordan Du
,
my lent, following words : one, hut while accounting f IIr' hardness :Momlav in October. of Tujres-L. (I. Leslie, Tampa.) Lane !

1 0g: I f1h'rllllU1111 disciple of Jesus, it does not (,xl'lalltlw temper of 1e'c.l.to Madison I M: 1 Monaay in October.! (,OJl/crf"r1 Uf'l'I'IIIte-\\ I"'. }!urts,Tampa.Siii Sni>rriitendent! of School,*-James IL eh//
ise r (God and contiiiiiator of His say nothing: of objections to the postu- Hamilton -1th Monday in October.Siiwannee >i'rntfinlriit, of .&chot(-ll. L. Crane, filer, Enterprise
of" Ialcd! liquelia'tion[ of carbon. Another theory 1st ( after 4th
Ik to the ll'Oplc of the earth who Monday Monday Tampa, I
to explain) i the process of the contraction in October. \\',\Kt'IL.'ot'"T: \'.
nrd of the Lord according, to the JEFFEKSOX.Ciiuutii "
i mt and compression: of cooling. Finally may Columbia 2d after fth Monday( in T. Duvnl CrawforeC'Shcrl r
:
fbachJwfye-11'
.. I the nalllc of the very Holy God. Monday Jn1.jr-\. Whitner, 3foutleello.Nhrriu1' [ ( ,
re bo mentioned the that at high temperatures '
theory
(Idohl'r.I.l1fll.ctll'1. /'\\ IIValker Crawfordvil'
r nuscript i.s signed in an elegantlal /. Haillontl.I")] ,
'I at manner: !steel assumes'an amorphous: waxlike : 1 )( after 4th Monday( in ('It.d-w. II. Ijimar: Monticello.Snjifriiitenili'itt Clerk, ut. R. Walker, Crawfordvtaw.Superintendent .
lat form, cooling from which it crystal-
i )a. r, fisherman, in the name of Jesus, izes into large on crystals if the h slow- October. of }Srhnl-J II. Christie1uu1inch of Schools, -John J
process FOUITII rmiTiT. ford, C'rawfonlvilhe.
bed] writing the word of love in ) ho. /wford-
-( Icr undisturbed, but into small crystals! if .
1 hi I .earofIllYI1j.Wl1I the third Pass- the i is or disturbed. hammer i R. Archibald( Judge; ; Samuel Y. Finley, t 101111'1 Treasurer-1\. Simmons, County Tffniurerf. T. Duvnl/
:
'er tne death of my Ixtnl I and Muster! ing.process Such are thmued leading theories: scarcely :Otatl"sttornl".'. Monticello.Cnllector( : "il'! .IT. Craw
of In the house ; Rerrnuc--W. H. \
l4t the Son TtrniSt. Palmerbnt
Mary sustained spring of Jt'I'f'llIle-Joil'l'h (11'efl/f
e. one of them is not by striking
l the scribe, near the temple of theyrus : Johns M! Tuesday March. ticello.Attrnmrnf. forltvll. /ter, Craw
i1 I.
but of them including the
analogies, none / '
Clay, 4th Tuesday In I1f1'Ia.( 7i/.rl's-J. P. (;Uraiitham Monticello. .1..1'11 of Taws-Gco. F.. I'
this
latest entirely exceedinglysimple
i explains : !: .
st of this i.s tokrlo Bradford .
> manuscript and 1'011111I111hilt bailing mystery.UXCLK 1st'ruesduyin.lpril.Raker : r ----
er [) uml resisting in spite of its age) :2il I Tuesday In April.! J..VFAYKTTK COUXTY.CuuHtiiJuiliif : .

Ilk is still very black That led thers Nassau: Tuesday! In April. -\\:. J. Dixon New Troy. LORI DA CENTRAL n"i'KOA1)

to suppose that it was the work USER'S WISDOM. Duval, :Tuesday! in )Ia\.'. '-"rrij'-.I..1.; Johnson New Troy. j 10, 18jO.

but the savants: of Jerusalem, after The tonservatlsm of most people i is nuthlug full Tirni- Clerk-Howell ][uwkhl:4.ew Iroy, JACKSONVILLE: l"L\reh
./ )' examination during which they radicalism! seed. St. John's Al! Tuesday September.. .' ? tl Road
) more than their gone! to SJlfrilltl./tdellt of ('wolli-J. C.llantseyNew On and after this date T
idenvored to decipher sundry nnus. No man is envious of what he can equal, ( 1:14th Tuesday in :September.llnidford Troy. will roil iuil0\* '

cauu'to the conclusion! that it or even imitate. 1st Tuesday in October CimiitiTreasurer-J, J. Painter, New Troy.Collector :I St'NIAX.)
l issible for a modern author to writeIcforew Maker, 2d Tuesday in October.Nassau.Gl'i'uesday DAY PASSKXGEirfixcEPT: : .
Thu who is to take till'dllllll.t'S JitreHuc Newton New
man : ever ready of Sapp,
with such ease{ purity and will take, his last :' : : in October. Leave Jacksonville :......... Bail:: A. I.Lt'a'c .
probably oneht Troy.Astrintf A'
of language: presenting both an. thcalmshouse.: very Duvnl, Tuesday:\ in November.rirrn of lir.ftS-. W. Cottrell, New Daldwin; )..............11:13AA.::: >\I.,.
al1Ce with tho signification of ccrU .... .. '
IjikeCitv./
The man who lives for others roust expect CIIWTIT.J.imes Troy. Leave viViV.
and particular archaic form ......... : M.
n i
of his in self-satisfaction.! Leave Live oak./ : "
most
)Hockcr nix tXU'XTY.:
pay H. Dawklns Judge; \ 1' ?.
to that tongue in its I text iHriods.everybody Arrive ........ : "
1'hn-nix-like nt
knows that'papyrus is Most successes spring up, "Solicitor.) County Jmlif-II. C. Rippey' Tallahassee.Sheriff a\.alllt........... ':INI A. )/.
from the ashes of failure. Leave i a\
some Spring 1'1"111- -.\. Muscles( Tallahassee. S.V: r. M.
cr manufactured, which proves at ... .... ....
; The most cunning nil egotists I is the Leave Live Oak
document. But / / Siiinter, :2d t Monday in March. ('Ia/-e.; Bryan, Tallahassee.ffiiHTiiiteHdeiitofMiooli : : .. :' P. M.
10 antiquity of the I ........ 'I
] lake
who well of himself. I'V
I man never speaks : Marion, :M Monday[ in March. -Henry[ N, Felkel, .l'\e .. I : 1'. I.
Bally be u manuscript of the Apostle .. ".. :
foot letter of credit all U-ave DaldwfArrive
breeding i.s: a over ..1lachua,1stIo1elay[ after 4th Monday in Tallahassee.Trrtuurer ,
.
.. M.MILX1) I.
..onville : p.
\:tor? To elucidate! so gravenques- the world.A March. 3. I. Demilly. Tallahassee.Collector at Ja .. ... U

'r e"Uible with Society, which at London once sent.was u comitcd com-- man of true genius i.s generally as simple Levy, ::101 l Momlay after; 4th Monday in of- J:1'I'1'llIeL': Pcarce, Talla- 1''llmD.UL: ( \ .)

as a t'hIM.III1.1 as uncon.scioiis of hislower March ha... ... .. 5.30: r. (.
1tn the spot to examine! the case "ce. Leave Jaelptyell' ... .... :
\ long investigations, this commission: Its elephant.. Putnam 1st TUl'MtI\'uft'r. 1st Monday in .lssrssor of Toj-rn-R. .\. Shine, Tallahassee. leave \\J/e.House[ ......... .. C:15: p. .M., ,

I to have pronounced in favor of its If we would measure our happiness by; March. i. Ht WI.I... ............ -< :W ?. f cf
the condition of those below us, instead of Full 1'C.'IIrlIl11tt'.r -- .'a\'l' .. ... : r. H. \ 1
lltidt ". The numerous questionsophical LfcVY fOUXTY.Omitty ) .. ... ... 7:2) .
J ) historical and those above, we should find oursches very :-: 4th Monday in October. .'uve loy.lIe.?.........?.... : )! 1. ".
:
'al raised philological this well off. Marion, 1st Monday after 4th Monday in ./ !oe--11'.ILSebring/ Hrunwtl; 1.I'.f.xiistee.. .................. 843:. J'. M. '
discovery promise
by : "
who di .tin! ui h between Cli-rk J. >l. Daren llronson.Xherij \
Tho :
most curious and interesting man can : ; > October.Alnchua, ; Carrie.. .............. 9:03 I: : p. )1.rri' !
Bible Society appeared to tike it forted good advice amt j" or docs not need either.Every 3d 1 )Monday after 4th Monday in )-W. D. Fiula '!lotl. Dronson .1.I\I.\ City................ 1:301. )I. .
t e Tiu-e J. M. Willis, Dronson.
makes his .lssrstor !
: of *-
man own reputation ; October.lAvy. Oak....... : A. M.VJe .

Live
that Saint Peter could write, which, ....... : i
lie( world! the Collector of 1:1'1'l'lIIlC"-Jolll1 C. McGrew,
he strength of the testimony of Saint only puts on stamp. ht Monday after 4th Monday in 'llahllc............ 7:00: A. M. I
Next to silence brevity the wise NuvcttL'r.l'utuam Dn>nsoii.XujMviiitcmleiit. ;
comes .. .. 10:45: A. M. t
.... ...
k and rather obscure in the .
a
luissapo ,Sr/i jo/4 Jos. F. Shands
has hitherto teen man's strength and the fool's refuge.; 2d Tues lay after 1st Monday inDecemlier. of < \\'e .'.alulah.- t1UlA. M.
of the Apostlesi conred -
doubtful. This( point further t-timu- .1 gentleman never will insult any one, Dronson. lave Savannah ..............- 4:31: ( P. u. '

d'thc zeal of tho Dible Society to study and loafer cannot. UEVEXTH CIKCflT. MUUSOX tYU'XTY. pave Albany ................_ 4AH) P. M.
nianu.script.L'tween Bigotry knows of but one way to reach William Archer C Ctx'ke Judge; A. :$t Clair- GlathJudy-lt. Witherspoon, Madison. cave Tallahassee..... .....- 5:45:. p. x.xave .

j the commission, which has. its ,I heaven while faith knows of a hundred.Man Abrams, State's Attorney.fijtriuq Live Oak................... 2:15.Lnve : A. M.
Jerusalem and the of Ixmii. U a two-legged eccentric animal that Sheriff-T. 11. Willard. Madison Lake City ................ 3:50: A. M.
t it at Society Trrua1'ofusialst
.
deals in politics, religion and I general mer Cltrk-Jo\\n\ )[. Deggs, Madison Mt. 4:18: A. M.
brisk. exchange of letters and tele- ( in Cae'-
a Monday May.Hrevanl
chandise.)
Sitfteriiitendent of &hoolJ8.: Tyne ....... ..... 4:40: A. M.
I\ has tarn Finally the fam- Olustr..
tins going on. It I ia well to give heed to your doubts, :2<1 Monday in May. Madison.County. Lave .. A. M.
... .......
: at Stockholm inheriting the property ofe 1 Monday in )Iav. Hndt'rn. 5:2
often the Orange<
for they are dawning-* of S S. Smith Madison
very Treajntrer- .... A. M,
Leave .
has beeniffered .. .. -
ancient hermit of Jerusalem lade, 2d )londu111 June. Darb.vile. ,
truth. (U/C'rturlf Itl.tll"t'-.II. Warring, )u' ..... 6 .
A. N
:
'_ .t 20,000 for the acquisition, of the lie who does a good deed makes heavenhis Fall Term- Leave llldwin.. .... ... (
ison. .. ... .. 7 A. M.
:!t. the Bible : but all Volusia in !. ... :
manuscript by Society ; debtor 1st Monday XO'l'mbcr.Ure.anl 1 1vla< La'eVhit
{ ToJ-ei D. D. Wads wort .
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utrsorof M.
}YLbt8e people will agree to is, to grant the .\ thoroughly good man is invariably a 2d Monday in November.Orange ison., .\riye Jaksnvie... .. .. 7:5. !
] ;right of reproduction and translation. The br.tve one. 3d Monday in November. On Mail and Express Train Sleeping Cars

I ::firm of Alxlullah Brothers, in Constant1 !- It [ia much more difficult for a man to Dade, :2d Monday in 1Cl.'elllbt'r.. MANATEE (COUNTY run through to and from Jacksonville and

nople, has offered to bring out a plutto- make a l'II''UIIIIIaIthan!! it is for a circumstance County Judip K. M. Gruham.i/iatee Savannah ; also, Lucas Sleeping Cars run
$:graphic edition. make Clerk-Robert S. Griffith, Man /?. through to and from Jacksonville and Tal
to a man.
! i3KTne above account appeared originally in It requires wisdom to be able, and it requires County Ofllrer' Sheriff Vim. C. Hayman, Pin '..evel.lsstuor .

//1 j.tifi tiakioth, a journal printed at Jerusalem honesty to be willing, to rail things ALCnr.l't' T\. of Tkrw.-Wm. F. Urnsh, lar.rih. l8ba.'EnX. D.x. EXPRESS, (DAILY.) .

Tin the Jewish interest, whence it was ex- by their right names.Man County Judge-Junius C. Ganlner, Gaines Marion/C. Carlton, Leave Jacksonville. ............ 11:15 A. M. t
the Seininatore and Fiaccolu of Collector of Revenue-
treaded by animal that ville.
is the only laughs ; angels Arrive p. u. ( f

llome, two organs of evangelical, interest in do not, animals cannot, and devils will C/c'rk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. l'nl Level. / J. Sewanl, UaIJwln..12:3........... p. M.

Italy, and has. now found its. way into then not _. _______ _______ ShC'rW'-Johll \\".. Turner, Gainesville.Axewjr Pine tiuitrrintetulent Level. q ShIx Arri"l.ernaul1na.eave .trnal ..............1030A. M. t
French JIU 'I'II.J1ttallky. uf Tiuet-J. M. IV11 (ialut'.il1e.f'ull Leave Daldwin.................... 1:20 p. M.

q, A coi.oKFi wiuow in Lexington. h}'.. who C'/ur of RescuuJ i.l'.Thomas, Gaines MARION COVKT.County Mclitosh d>ala. Arrive Jaklon'ill............ 2:35: t. M.
ville.tiuitfrintenileitt. Ju lif 3, )(. ,
III i drawing >f eight dollars u < -
s A BOOKBEI.I.EB during! the war procured a now a pension: Fcniandina and Cedar Key
'contraband" whom he employed in his month from the government, recently re.jected of Schoul*--(). .\. Myers.Gainesville. Clerk-M. W. Long. OcaJ: la."ngen. No train from Baldwin to

Y Utore. Ono day Mr, Whittier came in, and | an offer' of marriage, remarking, byway SMri-J-. Pooserlktla.. Darco, CottonI'lant. Cedar Key on Sunday.COXXELTIOX .
of "If 1 does degubment' ptKEU ron.y. *-Thonas .
JIb bookseller proposed to himself" to inteotlnce explanation : .
At Baldwin with A. G. tiW.1.
,
the ex-slave to the principal benefactor will take my |penshun'way, an' nary nigger I'bu/dyJa/m-Jnu. R. IIerndouSarnlcrMn) .
N. toy, T. ]t R., for Cedar Key, Gainesvilleand i
t ifiis kind. "P >te."- said lie, "John G.kWWttier in Kaintuck is wutf eight dollars a month ('/"1.1'J.. Pous" Sanderson. {U/C'rul of Jtl'Clwt'r'lenct
< {\' and all points>> North and
) |b In my room the greatest friend to me, ,"JIC'ri1f-J. ( Williams Sanderson.AfMiir .. Martin, West l''nanl1na. for Tallahassee, Albany,
"Who ?'* uf Tajrtt-E. (J. Rogerson San H'ujierititeiulent ofICsH. t. )
; otir race ever had. massa Savannah, and alf point North and West ;
f John (I. Whittier. You surely) have heard THE net of our life is of a mingled yarn, derson.Collectur. }-'uJ)1l.'y.MOSRII COV STY.County at Jacksonville with $t. Johns Steamers .
!'\\' ;oodand ill together: our virtues would be uf ln'C"Uft'-Hichard Kennedy, l\"l'r
j. S.
l'I tinklol'vealuera' J Baron, KeyVest. IELnOYt
ttlnontents if faults them and Ilarbyvillc.tiisitfriitt.
)proud our whipped nut JIO"ha. : "'. M. DAVIDROX ) .
1)f John O., but I don't 'member about the our crimes would despair if they were notilierMied of&"",, *-\\'. t). Hampton.Olustec. ('b' Key West Aest. ttr Tramp'n.ullrintendtnt.

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II THE FLORIDA MIRROR : SEPTEMBER 11.


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men 1 .WllICl.Jl.Tl'lUI. bills, loss of weight! in sampling' \ for mixed!
J. & T. KYDD packages, lire iiiMiranco before shipping, ,
/ ('OTTOS: unIt i.s: estimated I that MX' marine risks! null freight and cartage to interior .

j jI I 111 ('CH'. CVliter ami Third Sin.. ,,'I.nX.'XIUX.\I.'IOUIU.\: million bales'' will he tnnllethii: !'('II O\I. The per bale towns The, width Northern amounts mills n.lsoloM all) to some from*7

pnvpext for fair prices !I.* Ol"t. The crop receding cotton poorly ginned' containing
Arc constantly adding to their !oh'kIf Staple and fancyilllll
! I in Egypt: :South America and the islands: I is good deal of l.eaf I nil: wind\ which ii eoinputed -

) linn{ YY YY (GGGGG(; ; ooo 000 )nnnn) ) ) !<:ssssSSSSSSS: : : ybiirt, and of a poor iunlity.| trying sidesclsluogtlt ) \ at M< \per cent of I time entire cotton
1)1)1)1)1)) )) RliRR: { YY YY GGGGGG;( ( ( OOOOO OOOOO )DDPDD1U ) ) ) ) :< :: ::: : I there will\ crop. The dilVcrenco between the cost of a '
l t 1)1) 1)1)ni ) ) HI: YY YY GO; (;iO(m OO (OO no( OO DO \DD to plant: next season' bale sent to Call I Ritcr, :\111""., and a balev
J ) noDP nHIm{ YYY GO; OD OOOO <'0 \\II' Dl) SSSSSSSS:<:: remain three million tons, which will yield (' to I 't mlamhus'ma", is $, .l"\, the former
EWE 1)1111 un YY (GG;( GGG oo oo 00 (oo DD))) )DD) SSSSSSss:< ninety million gallons: of oil, one anln',l m half costing $.'\1.71 and t the l latter $1:1.0.1.: This

1VRP pki DDDDDDDDl) ) ]lU: till YY lit( (;(;(!((5l;(! OOOOO OOOOO) PPDDD)) :SSSSSSSSSSSS: :: million tons of oil cake, or meal I, nnd one makes u tax of clghtci-y\ p per' cent which Fall l
r I ) m lilt YY (!( (iHt( OOO) 000 DDDl\ ) : River pays: in competing' with Columbus.: Uis
and a half million tons of hulls; front recent : estimated that it the planter, could manufacture

fc Has been In constant I Clothing; Hats, Chips.' Hoots"" Shoos"" (>tc.DIt1' experiments, these hulls will make their cotton +ijcar home they would!

seven hUIIln'll1Illifl, ton of paper, or if save :$.">ll.,""),lI(1I1 in tr.iiiiporhition. A prominent -
nee by the public .ft = all + 9 manufacturer i ie :Ml,.","issipp5' says thai
for over twenty years, 4l fa NEW YORK RETAIL PRICES. ground in with oil cake, will serve ax food that state can manuf.iMure\ ('Ottll1lit a cost
AT
GOODS
17Ppask. for stuck-nearly three million\ of tons: in of from fifh't'lto twtnty per cent, ehcnperthan \

and Is the best preparation --- all. This refu'e or waste' fl'o1lthe gin and it can be made fin New England. InGeorgia

indented for 11ESTOKIXO attended oil mill and cotton farm, would! feed. from ; new mills! nrJcxempt\\ from taxation
ever
The $1'1. Agents for DKVLIN.: Onlers promptly to.-WJv.
I for ten' years, and till exemption: is extending :
GRAY IIAIll TO ITS State fifteen to twenty millions of sheep' ; t these into other State l The water power ofthe

i sheep folded on the cotton Held}, would enrich manufacturing: .si-tions of the South Is
IIOYT
} SANBO1tN &
"
YOUTHFUL COLon AND Assayerand the !'oil'eI as to double the crop. Less Very line, and the lufirs, : of labor are longerin !
the course: of n ym|r, while the saving of
'<. 'LIFE. -.. I Chemist SECOND( :STREET: : :NEAR: : CENTRE);: : :, than two percent. of the area U: In cultivation. heat and light is: rm 1h'rnhh'11 yet the.
Ten thousand pounds of cotton will manufacturi ,
It supplies the natural of Mass. South only coarser goods
\, I WIIOI.KSV1K> RKTMt: makeeight thousand, pounds of'olr"I'I'lolh: yarns, ducksunble.f!' bedmuslln.s. sheetings' ,
food and color to tho hair
: I and Inch will clothe 1, glands without otalnliijj lie, loadingPhysi) GROCERS SHIP CHANDLERS: i is tint distant whet. it will come to make
klii. It will Increase and Indian I : a year, or made into liner fabric printsnlso, cambriii laces, 111.111th\ ,' finer

r thicken the growth of the I will\ furni-h (iooeiti/eus) of this country all qualities! of staple j/muds.:
I cians AM: DKU.KUS: IS
hair present 1U blanching they can ue in a 'car. The cotton mills: at TIIK ..: ICIS IS 'IIIIIIII\-Thc Orlando.

I I and falling off and thus ; endorse *__., "'__* jo- __
'. AVERT BALDNESS.V and I( IIAV I I CO KX I I OATS I I ISKICI I I 1,1 MI: I I | ":'1'(\ I machinery and are rapidly increas ford's" \ grove at ]1'Jalr: says : "The Uelalr:
-- Jo
I Sr recommend *--M ",--f,! <>--M M---M M '"> 0 M ing. The new mill just!' built at Cochran, grove compiises' i hundred acres, IIIItl'lIhral.t' \
\ lemons: as fell as oranges, 'In fact I II
I Of It cure Itching Kruptlon it --- (in., will\ have two Clement attachment I )both Gen. SnnforJ.md Mr.( Lindhurg believe

.:: and Dandruff. As a I as a I f t the cotton crop' of ISWshould: reach t 0,000,( I that lemons arc 1Iorl! t>rolitabl to grow' I

,, HAIR DRESSING It la very I greattriumph A LARGE: STOCK) OF) FURNITURE: ; : ALWAYS. ON: HAND.ARLINGTON ) (1"1> bales, as has been predicted, it will require than oranges mum\ Itlr this reason have ex i'ltrunantcd I
desirable, the hair ? burg with this fruit The
giving a I :2.1I-ly y I
)
: ) miles of iron to tie it.
\
7IKN hoop
i lemon in Dclnir I tbreryears
liken softness which all I trees Ie grove II rl' t
admire. It keeps the head in !medic There will be required ft8,000,1' ) of then : old) and \II fly from imported\ Sicily ;

4 clean, sweet and healthy CIn!). NUI SERI] S. bands\ eleven feet long, and weighing i I/'IH. ) I'lol'k-a l liner I ild.1 inoro 11l':1irn.It''lIrit": \
Florin lemon: The i fs
than the fruit
to the ton Their 101:11"l'i J.t. will be .'10,000) )()
now being pickiiand prepared.I 'for 11111 rkl't.
-- tonsand: their cost about i,000XM; ( () The And here cum an item of Information!

'rnOI-Ual. ana SIMI-TKOIHAL: : 1'111'1'1"I'ItE1S: ROSES: luici: >)>. C Georgi.i; Agricultural Society report. in favor which will 1 be, nr'to nt least a portion of
our renders\ Ir 'idl' lemonsnro( not picked
of the Clement( attachment: and recommend
j&&A{ j when they are m iro, but when they attain
u
rorsmui KYiiuitiF.sunns: : : and rMMvr.itix: n.vvrs. its introduction village and town.
\
every certain size, no latter what! the' age or stageof
N'1' -- Compared with any other crop, l.oltOIIl'tlll... development If the! fruit. In other words: ,

'a.\\CKINGHAM'S in value for export\ and for manufacture: lemon is: ripe h11 it is: large enough.\ An
DYEWHISKERS MADE: A SPECIALTY.; ); exjtert jiickerldd )be nble, to make n !ll1f1 -
V FOR :NE11'IIOICl:1'A11IlTIES: HiuUlcd Ornngf Tree*' ( : and. no section of the world can compete'
1 licientlv nccui i' measurement with the
-- with the South in its production. ()'e, lint\ in or r that there might, bo no

will change the beard to a BROWN or (Dun) :\ (Gii\i'K.s, Fuss; .:- ','.-,,'t' Imported' mistake, Sen.. font has! forwarded Mr.Lindburg ( .

LACK at discretion. Being In ono Jltf- Send fur Descriptho Catalogue. 1S77: raisins to the amount of over Jooo,00o:! n..it just large enough for n
AMIKKT i. IUI\\I..I.: proper' sired lei! n to pass through. :Such\
A 1r"}, preparation it 1* easily applied, and according to custom house valuations, and\ as will not till t ring arc allowed. to remain

I tit. produces a permanent color that will Itf JACKSONVILLE.. :, FLA._ prunes' to the value of $I1,:?.",nNN11gm) ( ; to tin- longer mi the t '. Such ns till the ring nre
- ---- -- -- for -nt.
--- ----- picked ship\ They come out after
y 'i', not wash off. value of $100,000.) ) Now nil IIf these articlescan
it. :.M. IIIM: > ::IKO\ TIIK FI.OHIDArpOWX this treatment ""right color, aunt the skin-
; PREPARED Ity be produced' at home. Drying() machine have that soil \ vety feeling attractive to

-% .\xi> FURNISHING coxting about $;'.">, are 1111'1" In California, consumers. F n I**) to :'too boxes will be
R. P HALL & CO. NASHUA N H
I.\XU1"\l'TmUXlI IMPROVEMENT: (COMPANY. shipped from t Reiuir tho
11 and the North, which enables every fruit grove present
Sold by all Dealers In Medkln season. The g 'oalso has about 4HX( (' ) pine-
DERT.IKiR: and vine to his fruit for,
grower prepare own
apple plants, ai the yield l of fruit the present -
TIIK FLORIDA the market In consequence of these: improved season will ich 1,000, ) ) apple. (Jen. Nan
} IFTII1'1': ., FKUXAXDIN'A 1.\. FornaiKliiia, processes the raisin trade. of California funlcnnfidntl: !'' redicts that South Florida

4 has steadily progressed and is now will eventually apply the English: market
LAX AND IMMIGRATION COMPA'YOFFERS Towns' on It. It. 1.111", with' this fruit, this", end he N giving
I becoming of great importance, in 1877, over attention! to Ih a ,e'tliIl.tll in demand

{ : .. AIM Cedar Key. 10,000) ( box(' of twenty pounds each\ were! t there, and for lira fancy prices are! 111111.

marketed, and the business!I I is increasing, andprunes Ho( think,* that 10 higher ,prices' which the
have IIlsII1'nlllatle \ there. nalMibsof Engl: / d are willing) to pay 'liar tinistU'y '
profitable
GOO.OOO Acre : + )
large fruit will l the labor and care
In all the Gulf! states figs can be grown in lI''t't'H'Iury!' to HC u the mammoth nizcw.
Oilers to Lessees and Purchasers
u largo
.
There
Of the most abundance nnd driemifortime '
TV.u"ISTY.print in another column
't number of the most eligible and desirable I is no family in Florida where, with the aid coinmunicatidi rum Dl r. J. Dennis\ \ Wolfe a,

ACCESSIBLE AND DESIRABLE Lots, suitable for Uu.sines.s Purposes or for of one of these drying machines the women of Pensacola, < inlng): that Teaslnteisnothmore -
# METALLIC CASES, WOODEN: COFFINSAND : hlg nor I| than the "Egyptian: Durra
and children could not make a very handsome
LAM IN TilE CASKETS: : City or Suburban Residences\ Corn. Whilif. e have not at hand the authorities -
addition to their 111 ell 11 H. The apparatus whim think
we will\ show Mr.
STATE:) OF FLORIDA, WHITE METAL AND} SILVER 1'LATEIJ UPON EASY:) TERMS. consists' a stove and drying chamber above Wolfe! to be in for about this, wo refer to the

TRIMMINGS it; a fire i.s kept up in the fire box at the American Ayr!jurist of January last when-

Liberal Discount un Values allowed to base, and Above it Kre movable shelves for Ill a lengthy: 10 descriptive of Teoslnte.
At only $1.25 per acre to new settlers with -COXS'f\NTLY OX 1IAND.-5., which it calNl' new ,plant," It I'IIY8'l'
parties engaged in manufacturing\ or Indus apples"" peaches, berries: ('lIrn. grapes' and have had the lions!' kinds of Durru.fJuIneii
the privilege of selection in parcels of 40
other fruits and vegetables. .\ constant I'ricklJ'omfrey Pearl Millet
trial enterprises, who will erect on the grass and
acres or more. These lands are located on property others' each lie of which hits
Undies washed and dressed:; and preserveduntil IItrt'11Itlf\ hot air passes! through the chamber : shown
1, ;, and adjacent to the line of.the burial with or without the tI c.of ice. purchased:, "substantial, improvements passing over the trays of fruit and extracting its value in Ine localities." If Tcoxlntc
\ for hud been kml or suspected' as being tin-
Remains exhumed 1111l11'Iac'tlm cases! for
residence
or in which to conduct their
in short time all the moisture.!
removal. a Durru) under liew name the .''grcllltl1rilltwUIII.I
I *| ATLANTIC GULF AND WEST;;; INDIA Telegraphic orders promptly\ attended to. business. The Biuokc Hue from the fire passes through scare have UIIClt such Iunguuge.

TRANSIT: CO.'S: R. R., 37-3m__, INDUCEMENTS): TO MANUFACTURERS the escape for the hot air and helps' the In the catulo onv. ]I. Cursm the sceils,
--- '- man from wii )fr. Hilton procured the

II. ..;. UOTTKKKK, : by exemption\ for a term of years from draught of theair. They are easily managed need of Te.lte, for 1 MiilI, both the last
Extending from FERNANDINA on the Atlantic nnd. will dry as much fruit un an ordinary named and I Durra are mentioned\ in sep
taxation, offered by the several cities and
.1 to CEDAR KEY, on the Gulf coast, family can peel and slice\ in u day. The urate iiaragrJt( : the latter being called bv"name
.\, towns. AplJy to action of these is calculated to botanic "j&irghmn rcrnuum,1'
the c\"ul'orattl\4\
thus affording to producer cheap, con FJmXAXDIXA.o'LOHIlI. which is doifTeosinte ess correct. At any\ rate, tin'go --
s stant and rapid transportation to the best DEALER IX l rOllice cor. Beach t 7th hts.. Fernandina. preserve and improve the quality of the of Hilton 1 N a wonder, and

"markets. ICtfOTItKKTY.. fruit and<< such fruit command a much worthy of t|ttcntion of every agriculturthe -
The belt of country traversed by the Tran- fine Family GlrocericN -- -- ---- -. ------ --- higher price' in the market, I is( lit time HI/ }'luritl m, ,
k HItOTIIiit: ,
tit R. R. embraces AM A NEW UHK Pita COTTON SEED Hi'LiJ*.-We WORK ru ::1'TF.MBy.n-CCII.il' cultivating
r Second Street, opposite( Powt-Ollicc, understand+ that experiments have about orange trecf r it is likely to start u fresh
PROVISIONS.Customers been concluded! whiih seem toimhstantiate growth too m lit the season for the wood
m1 EVERY VARIETY OF SOIL
t to harden before frost.!' Native
the sanguine ,'Iewuf!' those who predicted, grosses
from the preliminary experiments, that and weedsbut (e no growth in this month

f !,ta:be found in the State a large proportion I cotton seed hulls would fchortly mipcrscdccijttou areC'orange lencing to die down The:

t "'v;being peculiarly adapted to the culture of can rely upon\ getting CHOICE: wustuin: \packing car journal boxes. tr. are now having their 111MJro'th.
( (In one instance, the four boxes: on the right u buds to 'bo dormant until
){jf f.$ I-TROI'IC.\L FRUTS'" and Early? Vegetables) OOODS) asNOTHING site of u locomotive! Zero packet with hixiH.nntU spring, "I h,. be inserted.\ Make' up) YOllrIItrl&W'Jl'rr
:M'aod\ The Large, Compact Jiwllet tif Timber of hulls and two gafumisof West N and plant out if the reasons
{sake these! lands worthy of VAIlKt'UL EX Virginia oil. The! two kinds. of packing I are favor, but if the weather I is!' dry the

f''AMIXATIOX by manufacturers of LUMBER HUT) Till: FINEST; 1IRANDS i proved about equally durable.The plants she! be wuh'rl..llllltl mulched when
planted.winter I. hay and fodder
pare your for
in the instanceabove
? I'D-'NW.\L STORES. comparative cost
u-f curing pen vines Guinea grass.
named was the four (boxes: on the Para gra-id I crab grass. A limited
I -
quantity
in stot'k.
kept
are
I._ NEW: SETTLIIW: right hide of the Itxumutive'mucked'' with of I Itables' of most kinds can "be
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I IXa14 )I'lanted.' lion need m ran be planted drills.o
,
cotton Mill} hulls and oil, cost twentylivecent
.\: tT .'unxn
l he tutu 411tccl in November and December
''iPania-ing) land from this company are fur. -* ; the four (hoxoton tll'lcn..ilh'.l'lLck't1witlr and <)1& sets can he j>lante | out. How- e

.Iplshoi: with entire free jxitsaye on the Trunlt'Rail >AKERS: AND: coxFEtrriXiits( I: .I cotton waste and oil, cost forty-seven ,rye undK-proof oats. Remember, it is i

road fur and ersonal etfecU rents.. than better aluorc profitable to plant email
',:* family j' ; t twenty-two tents more the cottonseed { u
fo the station nearest the land purchased. riioicK STOVES: HEATERS.: : RANGIIwy, 1 hull l'udd1Huutllem\ railrohm1will l.. lunch I liy fertilized; than to waste YOIII-
Imo iiJinting out u quantity tin i>
mrriLE COMPLETE, being derived by rocrie, Cigar, and Tobacco, 'J'l.U.: SHEET-IRON: : WARE, of course\ adopt it, ns it will hen great and.-f M t A'jricutturiit, 001'j j

t : from the United States and pun.bane saving.. M
grant; Miw Wituvxs HKLIFK
) run HL'\v.\
ROOFING AND: GUTTERING: ; ,
i front the State of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE. TOYS AND FANCY ART11'l.IS.11'elding' : 1.IlCIISII-: I were m..laowllllllllle fine lemons JELLY cenix |MuiiU of Hour guavas in

", I cnTlIum'OO; }) PUMP, ETC.: to-day ; they are from a grove In orange u br gate keltleiind' add one teacup or
: SOLICITED.: Entertainments, and Pil.lli4. water. Iii for an hour or more until well
A large *totk) of Stove band. mite county, and are known there as the "French CJMikcidrippi rain ,
iirnished: at the shortest notice, at rock-ljot- on in through u course cloth by
( [Descriptive MAPS and OIRCTLAUS mailed on tool prices, at a call, amid comj-are\ our prices with those of Ixmon" Dr. French having first grown lu not wiuewe u \i.urticl ; ineaaurHafter

i,ap )lkatiun. ANOEL'H MAKER: other houses. here or clot-where. them. They average nome larger but have the j it has l>oile
CHAS, W. LEWIS, f'..n t rt' Street, - the xhajic, giiiooth! and thin .kin, aroma and jHklmi tdd graniiUt l white sugar: measAnure
23 Opp. old p. O. Building fo ; 'IHII! until jellied. It jefies
Land CommLteioner. o. N. 0.1 K ES: peculiar grateful add( of the bent 8Icilrlt'lII- LtterTII mall than in large
I
,
} -- ------- -- quuutiUflf.J'lflri -
Office I-UT. Ite w-h) and Seventh Sts. "II'e !learn that fruit-growen are extending f/I'icllil u r M,
: ZrT It 1'tt>
& l6-tf, L AND BUILDER,
CONTRACTOR the cultivation of the lemon and sun cotton crop iJt l.Oui.ouo bale"" ,

1IOKACK DICKIV. JI\SLr\l'TLJJoI: : find! a ready demand at gol prices.' Peopleare and tool clip the largest ever made.

\ W. LOIIMANN'SFAMOUS' windy. : extending their li."t of fruit, epedailyhecitru ,
J Wholesale and Retail 11... 310ULDINJS, IJRACKI-rrS.SAWED! :} AND: family. "''I/win/ dN met,tin'." nald (he I.rflol-

a l10' TURNED: DALUSTK1W: NEWEI.S.: I. dentfthe( Lime-Kiln Club, u* the usual
; STAIR RAILS) WJJ4JD EAVUSTROUUHM. : : HocriirKX! COTTOX f.LUI.-'fJlu Maimuttartr him* marled "by the clock, 'Met every

'; SOKS, STATIONERY: SHEATHING( ami liuluttr'ud ijmttte, of Springfield one | I'rciiaretl Flour. WEATHERItDARD-: : Ma**., gives some nubatantul rcusou why I hhufl'Miu'mtkv I : n Luf'l. nit it u full{ tf
And .MI'S 1C, INi. AMJ J-'UOK- the Southern' cotton factories, though\ amaU will you may U/l' lt'. iiuttin' but u blad- )
JNG; and rather oorly equipxl are able to earn I tlcr ) Ijtw matlu each onu fur a *jKi Jiul
; a larger' ; ]>cn.eiiUge.; of protiU than the imiuen par J an' di- chap& who w of created to uso
Wurr lUv STBET ONLY FIVE: CENTS: PER I
5u POUND. Nluir aUld Church "'or., >e uiilU of the N.rth. They have the a "I [ will git 'bustod eberjrtime he l>'!cve.
advantage of bttter locationand when lint out fur '
they us cut a Btatenaiun We will
.\ HPfX'IALTY.DOORS :: .
FLORIDA.Hookku have "
V1LLE, lt'C'un..lllew and hUIrofl.'lllllacJllllt"ry no cattere l.
will do an unrivaled tJUlt 1lt1>*. 'fht'lm .
C-tf AT OLD I'. ( AND .. -
O. BUILDING. WISt"t.un:.;
Have freight and
; buy cheaper !hire cheaper -.Voi-sunoMAJf W4nU to know "What.
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UpER OF ALL ilZ.;';. I bor. They save "the buyer's WJUlUl atl'Ill, U dat way to mark table linenT" have
SUIISCIIBETO THE MIRROR. : list Ohlce Box 174. > warehouse delivery and cartage Hauipllngilassmg tim and bU'
I Y a kberry pie ulone at thu.
jl.f .001 SIeda..t" MX month.
; J&lIl: Fernandinu !
Fla.
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LOCAL ing departments\ there ii no need to send! walks Such: ; a location would expedite<< the Public School Xottce. in the ('fllllllof Madison, constituting t1 t!

1\ t 'L.EJTioNS. abroad to have work of any description ex- discharge! of ballast here, and would/ tl-us be The public ,schools of Na snu! county will\ Tenth Senatorial; District, for ht a t the Senatorfill resign!

\ C'cutCllln the most! artistic style and at as- mutually .desirable for all concerned. be opened. on the first! Monday in October, ( the vacancy occasioned who) was i'Ice'ft
I YEAR ,on FOR SIX MQXTllS. Dennis} : F.agan
-fi.OO A $1 where the lion of Hon.
1 ; tonishinglg low rates.Jfepubltcau. Some of the signers of this petition have : except in those dist ic i I patrons for Senator for the term of four years, at tb

,I -- > ----- made more than one voyage to your port, prcfc1* to eo.iiinenceea-l'cr. Applicants General Election held em the h'rst'I'uesda' :

I To Correspondent XouahaalloJl8. and we confess: that we have been pleased toac'ie'-s'' certificates can bectamined almost after the fir-t Monday of November .\. 1 117S

C'urrr'pollr/I'nf./ ( wt boring ?Jnuinr.A< The of Nassau. have nominated on the superintendent ut ::! PIn
:. lei rnlll'r" dtrrrt In FLORID Republicans : and would be glad to return agan; and any day by railing ; of \D-ival. constituting! th
11 ivtih tlti !
tmprr time C'ollntr
MIRROR,1'eroanlhm! / /''/'rr. Charles Angel, of Fernandinn, and when the occasion presents! itself! we would Ca-lnhan. W. .\. MHOIV, Eighteenth Senatorial )District) for a Seiiato

Oeo. Coleman (colored: ), ufCall.than, as candidates be glad, in the future as i-i the past: to recomiuc'id Supt. of Schools. to till the vacancy occasioned.1 hy t the rcvj!;
Church Sen'I To-3forro\e for the of Hon. J. H. Durkce, who wn t
f cm : Lrgi luturF' pott iiinl men'ban s. You nation
your Charter.1'he of four at
... For :Senator for the term years
: \hTlloIHST-UC\.T.: Atkins, at 10.HO: o'clock well understand,: that we cannot do so us elected : the first 'Tuesday !
1'lint held
It. li. can on
saloon steamer OC'nl.'rall'h'dioll:
The Storm elegant ; ; the
t a. m., and 8 p. in. : fully as we would wMi in the absence of be chartered for excursions) nl1.tar from after the first )101:1of, November. .\.
hI' the satellites\ of
that
.If It
Jupiter
) nt true
ROMAN:' CATHOLIC -Rev. .T. O'Roylo, six
I !such impoitant fu'iliticsfrtheronvcoicnceOf : the 15th to the 20th.? Allowed to carry t):1 U 7 U";
1050:: n. in., and 1 7'W:: p. tll. are playing such tricks with our meteorology MSSIIS.We hundred passengers.J.; In the Counties of Taylor and Lafayette( .

KnscorvtUcv.. o. 1' Tliackarn, at 11 we trust! for the good. of others:!, they 'may : ,,'. FiTZeinuu, Ma ter.1'rtntv constituting the 'J''I'll1h'l'lIatorial District.

o'clock a. tn., not 4U) p. in. I'OOnl'lItC'r smoother waters. Thus: far again urge and respectfully requestthat -- --------.--- for a Senator to fill the vacancy occasioned
upon
you will lay this: our }yeti! ion. before all the death of )Hon. F.. :M. Jic.lnley'who
: left f.. ; Now York we have escaped, without even scratch! the at 6 (Cent hv : for the term of fourrears
MR.\ W. J. YOVNCthe on the authorities: concerned. and, wilt us, try was! ( .h'd.l:1'lIntor. :
!e ulgl'tl: fury of the Storm-King who has been dealing A rose\: of fir.t-d.iss\ Print, worth. tJ) cents, the General Election: \ held on the
I at
Term last I ami impress! mi them the vital importance: iV T. KvDi'X1'or
out destruction north and. south of us. : just t received J. : iiist Tuesday alter the first )Inll.Ilof: November : -
of prompt' and. active mi'asii.'es: which will --- ---- A.'IK 1S.7C
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THE Republicans rried Vermont, by a Death of Mr. Le11lR. remove lit once ;all tnu+e of complaint.C. 2lc tt. In (the, (Countv ofllillsborouKji! : constituting -
slightly Increased! mftority over the vote of lirst-classcl-jselling-house's\ in I thorough Thirtieth: :Senatorial District! for a ;
P.OL..N.Jftisti Two ( the
)[r. Daniel F. Lefils:!, hook-ketper for San-
1870. | repair, in !good neigh hoi hood, and. especially! Senator to till the vacancy occasioned by the
!ih I'niL ,
J.i.
\ born it Hoyt, died at his .residence: in this r InmyfiiC/ desirable: as: :summer; residences. :Stables: resignation of Hon.) J. T. Leslie, who was

THE latent election ctnrnq from Arkansas! : city on TUC'IlayInl, was fork, by the T. :Si 111-IT/, \\'olll.lle, provided if required. Apply to electedsenator. :; for the term of four years, at

indicates the of f'hunhill!, Democrat Ma-sonic: Fraternity at Old Town CemeteryWednesday 3[\, the General Elertion hold! on the first Tuesday -
Opposite! Eglllollt I Hotel. the first Monday of November, .\.
Moil[ after! !
K VC,
majority ofioine 40on, <', afternoon.
by a
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011'1IIIt(1- D).1 ISiS.
The religious: services were held in the Ctijituincniinninilitnt\ / / (<' AnV'IKKVI'I, / ; A11'ritiids (rt Once: .\11111111'lIl'h of the respective! Counties of

Mtt9.lffRSrv's'nntele building, eornrrCentre the deceasedwas I I ile 1'itrilf'iHjr.The : Election\ for its: constitutional -
Methodist: Church of which : Florida the State:; a General(;
I bands
:'ill: : Syrup."no
and Sixth stress continues its upward : number of members! of the (kncrallssehmbly
member., Mr.[ I/cIlls
I a consistent! useful : :: bushels: Sc-cd: Potatoes.
. l tendency elesp{ was' a native of(Seor ia, and waoat one timeemployed ..
.1itrrn'TIa 'Inrlll\ \ last! week did:<1 1grl'at --" -- --
weather. ---+ in the otlice of the Central Railroad l llscamliia: county three;
damage to crops, especially: the cotton! ,
THE Hancock and llc! caneand orange.: The orange;; trees had (Cement, \VaItoneounty\ two\ ;
I the artistic ,skill of McsVs. Ligeour and Ellerman suffering greatly with rheumatism, he !
furious Planter
the
nearly half thdr fruit torn off by Holmes[ county one;
I bancr which reflects moved to Florida for the benefit of his Hair ;
i display: a blasts! Water-oaks: were almost defoliated, ".lIsllintlllll'ulltr::; one;
much credit: on the I partly! getting it up. health, and \located. at Ooala, Marion: county.At AT SVMMIHV A lloYT: Franklin; i county one;
: fences blown down and tile roads/ blockadedwith ._
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Calhoun one
4. --- ci.nnty :
J the close! of the \\"ar. he came to this city,
fallfti) trees. The road-workers were .111101; Jteeetvedi Jackson! enmitythree;;
THE Ttxm left for New York last! night at where he has continued to reside.> Pressing :

11 o'clock, with a full tight and the fol Mr. out in force yt-sterday. IH,1urrd.:! > Flour. l.iJcrtl'OUllh'o"it011'one; ..wk'
an amiable, obliging disposition: Wakulla\ ('
( ;
) M'1' lie There was a pleasant; surprise at the residence :"iUO: ) sacks! Corn. VHe t ,
ingpassengcis( : : Revir.. Myers Lttils\: won many friends: and his:' sterling occasionof boil: !barrels Pearl f'rist. Gadsdcn: : county three;

Forest, Mrs. Chas.! PetcrniW.:. J. Young. integrity, intelligence and Christian charity of :Mr.[ James Skinner on the 1K) barrels, K. I H. Meal.r [ Le-on county four: .
-. his: :I'M;: hitthdav.. A good dinner was discussed 0 !boxes Itacon.uUO Joller-on! county; titer, ;;
>
UEV. DR. J. II. )1n:1t.4 lit on the learn pave him prominence as: a business; man and afterward several tits; ) were :; Timothy IIa)11 ,\'. :Madison: county three;

Tcxai for a brief visit Norji; partly for recreation and adtin'ii. drank in (the best of all drinks-water-to the ), ) bsaacluks Oat t): : A. It. NOYM.: Taylor county one;
'fhe principal ill-I: !! houses were closedin Hamilton 1[ county two;
and partly to a.toll: the meeting of health and prosperity of our good I friends Suwanncc: county two;
rl''pt.to\ his! memory, and'I the many sad jL f l::i. i:,
Condi Philadel
the Pan Presbyterian at Dr. Deans new residence: is: nearly completed Lafayette county one;
7 countenances' of our citizens: bore testimonyto 'ohllllhi01l1li three
phia. During his abseuiithe Presbyterian : ) and makes: a tine addition to our ( ; "
the loss sustained by till community. I'ort of rernandtna.iiie.il Alachua: county'four; -
Church In this place'vll a closed: rapidly lncrc'aing list of substantial houses: IJ
We otter to the afflicted family our sincereRymlipathy. ( w ,VTH: :. I levy ciitintj' two; .11,'

and.hrubhery in the ill Arther.Average. atlll'llay.Il'l'1.: 11........ 024:: .\. :M. U't: r. \1. I Bradford county t two;
TilE trees
I ..
grape List week 1'1'10'I.'r *
.,. Ir tmil -- -.----- thermometer : =Sunday, : 1*.'......... 1:11":: *!MlMondav : Clay( count j one;
Kgmont I Park and Hotel jouncls: are growing age barometer last week ?'Mr!I > J. C. 1J.: ...... -: I1" a1::! II Baker I county t one; .
A. Whttncr.
L. ,tr beautifully, and preset a very attractive 1'rof..1. ... --- Tiiesdav, 'l HV: :"II"1 .J.1i"'l'onl'y :: :Nassau county two;

appearance.Ve nips that the barb The selection of l'rof."hitller to take Trim the Shade/ 2'rf-rs. \\ \ \ IA....... IM: ; .r>::24! "' Duval county t four; f

tvl { charge of the West Florida State Seminaryat JMihf Mirror: If I clout, intrude. I wouldsuggcstthat ThursdavK8. : ;........ ;:,'))7" 4'i.P.: ) =M.' Johns/ county two;
designed i Tallahassee from Fernandina 1'riday, 17. 1:14 : removes beautifulcity
I ; l the lIuthoJ'itil'Iut''our: __ Orange county two;

\, ':-fo grass over and with'nl'eh: the palings; one of her best citizC'II'I'hllc we recognise should, trim up the trees in the street ; MtKlVFD.S"pt. lUtlHlIlIl''llllt\' : ; I ,

i\\\. IetJ: has: the desired cffce t. I i the importance of the position:< tow hie; li and many of your dti/ens: would I both, benefit I-1'rig !Kabonl Coombs: Boston.Sept. : :Sumter:Marion conntj" (two two; I .
he has been called, his peculiar fitness: : for : and by Creaser Charles county. ; I .
,1 -- --- their! trevs.: shrubbery yard", :: 4-S. S. (City Point 1 :\ \\ countytwo; I

f THE!: Western{ Titn arri1I. on Wcdnesdaj'; the place, we cannot but regret that cur pruning and thinning; out the foliage1, aside ton. HilNhnronxh i county t two;

1, with the following p i' "en'rs : 0 I) McLean community should be deprived of so useful:< ( from" the looks, would give better air and :New Sept York.Smpt 7-.Jsih.: (silas C.( Evans! Sjlvanus, I'oik county one;

and wife, All Campbell i id wife, Mrs Me- a man. Prof.Vhituer, while fully employed ventilation and\ prevent the conceit, ofmusical : 8--:S.: Western: Tevas, Hincs New Manatee l Dole[ county one one;
county
) (linn Mrs VerrieraV 1'lollroe.h'f, : (Ceo; in the work of instruction, has: : mosquitocswhiLh I !supposeputs: in YorK. Urevard county one; ;

.. Hughes, servant and tw.children, Mrs 1'' shown by his! thorough knowledge of the art appearance. You have, a beautiful city t Charleston.ARKIVFD Scpt,10--Sch.' : Thomas W. Holder, (!ray. Monroe[ county two

Warriner, Mrs I Warrineriss! Laura "'urrlner of husbandry how easy it Is in Florida to make it more so.! VISITOR.
will he heldin
there
AND BELOW IN QUARANTINE. And on the wimp day
J K Hoyt, J () Hell life and two children make a living from l'r small piece, of .-- -- British bark (iuiding Star fromMontevideo. each county of the :State\ a General Election ;
lit ,
1 Urhanuslart,0 Ilbitll, G W Smith, ground by careful, wise and judicious culti- Valuable 1'ttcttt ft-Htn, \IIj'l'SOU'ct'. Sept. j \-. for ('oll tahlc'4. each county being allowed -

\V 1) Hatch, Mrs Peter! Uless 4. F R Pond vation. With not more than half an acre 'The luTairs" this u: >u.Hry hav.- become :Sept: Hi-American :.:;ch.Ilclailll', M. and entitled to one Constable forevery ", :

't' Clark Cook C A ](1I11l1n4I1, Dr) GilbertV (If land attached to his! rl..ill'1lce.l.e has j>mduccd extended that it Ii only\ by a carefully per TllOlllllti. two hundred n.glstel,1'olt'r in the -'4', _.
J'.ol'ide", luntveer/ that no countyhall
dt 'r Jones, Miss\ 11 Cullen II I 1. Collamer vegetables to the value of live hundred pared sj nopsis in the form of \figures: that LEAKED. county have; more than twelve Constables: ; yet '

Fourteen dollars per annum. His: valuable articles one can hope to understand! ,: what is: really :Sept: I*-:S.: :S.: CitjPoint, Creaser, Charleston. that each county "shall he entitled to lit least i,
] tlteeragl'4
4 _-_ : on gardening, contributed to the Mirror, going on. Hon. .\. SpoHord: : \ the Librarian Sept::. 711'1."m.: \ It. Drury) Bond New two Constables: :!, regardless: : of the number of
: :
TIIK Hancock and lUoiuin, Club elected we have reason to know, have been highly of Congiess, is the only man who has Turk rl'jitl'rl'l'utt'n: !.
the of the :State of
,, ,the following delegate, wi their! alternates, appreciated, and we trust \\'iIlltill! further t the facilities: his c-ommand for collectingcomplete ; Sept.''' 7-S. :Western: : 'Texas: lines" New: Florida\VIIKUE\S of,.\, I D.Legislature 177, did determine by a

to the Callahan Convcnlu, which meets favor us with his experience practical national "Mii'Ntio: and he does it York via Jacksonville. vote 01'11 majority of all the IIH'JllbCI'I.l'lpl'Il',1to

j today, to nominate candltcs. for the Gen- knowledge on these and kindred subjects.! : with the greatest care and' iccuracy His: :NevYoik.Sept: : 10( -. Seh. Louise: P. ilallury'tetsnn; each of the houses thereof that it is ne

S eral Assembly and for oth purposes! : Jas. Our best wishes attend Prof. Whitner in his: latest Iill"The: American 'Fre-asiirv 'tiF ('l'IIIUto! cause revision of, the entire
III'laid State amt I did enter
Constitution
l f Bell W. C. Beal II. T. Ca-r, H. J. Baker new location, where we have no doubt\ \, he .'i.ts: ," has hl''I1'\ 'lIt us hj Messrs[ JI. II. OF IMCTIOX. such determination! upon ,their respective:<

\1" J. II Mooney, J. J. A'o!
Jas. Tucker, T. I'. Thompii, Robert Hanley give reputation to the State :Seminary.: Warner, Safe Remedies.\ : This hook is a miniature to "Iflnd ftiiifultir. the Sheriff of I'he."trmte ofFIrJ.idt1 and<<1 did refer the name to the Legislaturethen ,:

:Wm. Streety. t' in : next to he chosen! ; and< --- ----- in itself, containing, .
cjcloptcdia KIn: :. that I, \\". IK BLONHAM Secretary !:: Legislature of said State then next chosen, .'
Oarld Minus )Ic- .1 llnllaftt 1'eeded.floe
Wharf "
..fltmweII addition to a vast: amount of national matter of State of the State of }Florida do to wit: the Legislature of .\, IK ISi!).
Leary Joe Longwood Ed.Wdccal, Henry following petition explains itself: about all of value! Mi.it has transpired: hereby, notify all and ,singular the ShcriU's: of a majority of all\ the J1'IUhl'l'elel'tl'tl to eaih( .

Kaiser, Capt. Win. Sharper.. McWatton FIRNSPINV FIA., Sept. (5, 18s I < this: country during! the I past year amid rclleets the several Counties: of the State of Florida house: thereof, agree; to such proio.sed revision : :..
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J John Whitney', DanielIverson, T. H, Mr. John I II{'. Ihwtll, {'ultectorof Vtutuuu, trntindinti \ credit UJMUI the compiler nsvvell: as that ; and whereas!, the Legislature of lf$\70 did\
A (:'n'rul Election: by resolution! duly passIre'ouucndtotlie! .
i Livingston: Joe Ligeour. 1'ln.: upon the enterprise of Messrs.: "'arnC'r.t: electors of t he next election !for the membersof

4 heutuaular "" 1Ir.\u I> SIR: The undersigned, Masters of Co IlIl.sehfting it.United. Will be, held in each County in Florida, the legislature: to vote for or against a :,

>oad. vessels! III this port respectfully! request that (Convention l\1ull1hl therein provide l\1ulcH.

Superintendent P. E. dwell, who has will lay this! our petition before the State Court. ON: n'J'm.I'XT: :SFCCKIIDINO; : : Feet that the Secretary of:State should !iiuorl ,.
you
with the notitso of the (;Jcneral 1 Klu- .
been absent some time in tl nterest of the authorities of the city and !state and The motion to confirm the sale of the FIRhT; MONDAY IN NOVKMBHlt l l'orah',
,
of
proper tion{ to be h'hlln the year 1880::! ', a notice .
Peninsular Railroad: jeac.ery encouragingly give it yourself such endorsement: official railroads was heard this: morning before .\. IK J IhSO. such recommendation with proper instructions '.,
of its The 'rk is all going Judge Settle: The follow'in:; lawyers were }
:
with
mode
the of
progress. to
and personal' as will a!t us in tinl1illrt'lrIt as compliance
in atte'idance! : Messrs.! 1I.I Keogh, H, T. The "said. Tiu-sday lieing the "t'l'llI\lllla of Midi oinmendatioii
( on satisfactorily, with evcryspectotconn- for the I1. 1'. : )1, ( ;
grievances h'reilll'omplalt1l'dof. JacksonV.: (!. M. Davis RaaeyJ. said November:
AW notice of such\ recommendation
pletion within the specified. The grall- We seek redress through you for, the (taker. S. B. Stephens: J, T. Walker, C. IKWillad is i, therefore hereby given, and the following instructions -

ing has been f finished to a, 'nt two miles reason that the greater number of us: are 1'. W White and nth1"rh'r; For a (;iovcrnor and Lll.llft..llIt'rnor. ( ; : are )hereby :given as to the mode ,
below Orange Lake, and wan; about one hearing; argument: Judge Settle; decide) that tif the :state' of Florida, and fur Four Klec- of tompliante with such recommendation: }t
a, commanding foreign vessels! : and' we always his jurisdiction ovcrthoca.se hadterminate-d! ; : tort of Pre'-sielt-nt and Vice-President! of the
bt.11 clei tiir to vote at such
mile of the old graded roacVl. This I old look to the collector of the port in the absence as an apical had been taken to the Fnitcd I'liitetl States ; election in'\favor of such desiring Convention, shall

road wilt tl6 \lS\11l\.i far as: cnldCll-nlne of consuls: from our own countrinll \'!!. States Supreme ('ollrt.'hl"'e the final hearing I Fur one Representative: of the First Congressional have written or printed on a the same \ballot
miles north of Ocala-whenq direct route will be had next month.t"uVuFurther Distritt of Florida in the Forty-
.\ really we are at n loss! to know to I on w Inch the names: of the ]>erson or persons
will he pursued to Orange; Spr and thenceto whom it should be properly addressed. seventh Congress: of the Limited :States. ; voted fur for any otlice( or oih'ces at said election
,
: of the Second
For Re-presentative
one
Details n"'f'cl.'H.Captain \ and the
of t are written or printed, on tame
Ocala, We have found the port 1'h 'sll'iulI.lolml.I Congressional District of Florida in the side thereof II'h names ure written or
The trestle work at Orange ike is a very orders from Eels today received\ a dispatchstating Forty-seventh Congress of the Fnitcd 1 states.: '
1 i an executiveofficcr.carryingout that the vessel bottom UP, seen otrMatanzas printed and not on the other side the words

troublesome! job too little w:* to float a those creating his office. The city council had drifted /1.ho1'alh (had been And on the same! day a ieneral; Election: For a Convention;" and' any elector desiring ,i

lighter for use driving theS.! and too stem powerless to asUt us, for the want of taken i
M much mud for a foundation f z port the ,who were stripping! olftliet.ipimer., Nothing have written or printed on such l.ullllt.lIll "
hoard of commissioners
facilities and the pilot
!
have beeuing' is: known of her name or of the crew. In the County Ilscambia:\ for Senator: the side thereof above.prescribed, the words"Against .
rr machine, hence they a sus cannot act for want of authority, our She; is supHised| to be foreign.' from the First Senatorial District: ; :; a Convention." 3 3oTE.

; I Lt l' llt'n platform, which is tens I1Uex wants being) outside of their jurisdiction! to8uppl North\ of Cape (Canaveral the name of u In the County of Jatkson for a Senator :\ .-Nothing herein i is intended to prevent -

n, pensive. Capt. Maxwell hns.\\'e\'er. decided .. We have noticed u desire on the vessel called the Orlunia HMt has drifted from the Third/ Senatorial District ; any elector who may desire to vote for :t.
uo to cut a canal for the ligr to move ashore.> In the 'ounties of Calhoun and Franklin or against a Convention but may not intend
which part of all officials to further our interests, Captain Eels also mvivitl dispatch fron fur a Senator from the Fifth Senatorial J District to vote for any person for any office, from .
i e 1 in with the pile-driver, l expedite without having found any one able to do it ; the Messrs. Alexandra, owners of the Vera ; voting on the Convention question, but no

erl the work materially and withoulditionalcost. and the delay caused hy this, want of authority Cruz, desiring to know if the body of the In the Counties! of Liberty and Wakulla I elector is to be ermitted> to.ute more than
seventeen of age, with two for a Senator from the Seventh Senatorial one ballot on the plea of voting for both persons
manl facilities has young lady years .
______ and the seriouslyretarded
proper for offices : .
f tbeae -- teeth miss'ing, could be disinterred and removed District: ; and for or against a Conven
right Mr. Jfurn ftte. our discharge: of ballast here, and North. To this Captain ells\ replied In the County of Jefferson for a Senator tion. Only one ballot should be received J

flr ( Mr, Ceo. Burnside, the esteen alum effi consequently we are delayed in loading our that the body had been buried above high from thl"intli Senatorial District ; from each elector at such election.
water mark anll."lllhlnut be exhumed until In the County of Hamilton for a Senator 2J. The votes cast: on this question .shall
n t which has been vexatious: and
dement vessels delay
cleat head of the publishing of ,
be canvassed and declarations and return :
the fall lie could identify the spot.Mr. from the Eleventh Senatorial District) ;
4 y the J/iri-wr, ended his: businessnnection expensive.Wc.oppreclate!! Bryant Osteen, reports that the mail ]11 the County Alachua for a Senator thereof shall be made by the In''pectol'and

I t therewith on the 30th ult. the importance of sanitary rider from New Smyrna brings news that from the Thirteenth Senatorial District ; by County Canva.st.ing Boards and the State;

jiD Mr. Burnside has been identity btu the precautions at this as well as at all other there are six seamen there that cannot speak! In the County of Bradford for a Senator Canvasbing Roan), in the same manner and yr' .
heated and English: and that six bellies! had been discovered from the Fifteenth Senatorial District) ; at the same times as votes cast for persons -
the
p .Mirror from its coiumencementejitably 601th1'1port!! during term and hllr <'tt.- nimI.fpixfuturetts.. In the Countyof Putnam for a Senator for offices at said election ami required bylaw

1 tilling the j>osition of t.'Ititor. pulier, ma- we recognize the importdnce, of carrying out from the N..nt..ntht.'natorial! District ; to be canvassed declared and retufllt.'l ,

1' 4-JiinUt: etc., as occasion re p 5rand always all ordinances furthering this end. We arecomiK'Ucd In the County of Marion for a Senator The attention of Sheriffs is called to the
from the Nineteenth Senatorial District ; law requiring them to cause a notice of said
think
however that we
with his characteristic eneand Je- to state General; J. J. t'inlellIjor .\. J. Russell In the Counties of Dade and Brevard for election to be published in a newspaper

,u termination to Bucceetl PoKsessik sound that before such ordinance as that referringto Hon. C. P. C4*>iT, ieneral "'m, Umng, a Senator Prow the e'lity-tirst Senatorial. printed in the county, if there be a paper in

Judgment and a discriminating! his ballast was passed i a f llhO.t ground should .\, :-it; l'11!i..-.\hrums and other Democraticsiit'ukcrs District: ; the county ; and if there be no lafinerpub.

/ work bore the impress of a mastend and have I been selected and a good substantialwharf will address the people) at the follow In the County of Su inter for a Senator lished in thecounty,they shall cause at least
th live copies of this notice to be rated in the
ing plaie.sMiddlcburg : from the Twenty-third Senatorial District ;
calculation of the
invariably gave satisfaction We n him built, .\ simple September; 13. Monday. In the Countj- Walton fur a Senatorfront mast public places in the county.

i W abundant nucce* in the new fielf labor] ballast now on vessels in the port would we :Mandarin, September. U, Tiut ay. the Twenty-fifth :Senatorial: District : Ix TtsriMoNv WHEREOF Ihaveherc-

which lie is about to cuter think convince your authorities that such Pottsburr", st'ptemU'r. 15, Wednesdays> In the Counties, Polk: and Manatee for unto set my hand ant have hereunto m
upon the and 'bar* would a :\Iaypnrt.t'Ph'mbt.'r: 15 Weilnesday.: a Senator:: from the Twenty-seventh Senatorial affixed the Great Seal of the
YJ Fortunately for the J/iirw. tie of ballast ground v prove '
I HI Thursday. District) : Mate of Florida at Tallahassee
1 +4 r'_ Mr Buriifeide ha fallen UJKIII one gently handsome investment for the city in the way Yellow Fernandina Bluff, :September September 17, at, night. In the County of Volusia" for a Senator I [1..11,1 the Capital, this the fourth day of

Ji1o qualified In every rwpec-t to wear With ot \\'harfl1an would place at the dis"'|>,o.salf Callahan, September I"'. Satunluy.King's tonne the Twenty-ninth Senatorial District ; August .\. IK lt SU. _

m Charles II. here (formerly of tluM aid > the city a large quantity of desirable ma- FerrySeptember -.IJ: Monday In the County' of St. Johns for a Senator W, D. BLOXHAM, .,

1Yh of btreeU and side lialdvv in, September :il, Tuesday from the Thirty-first Senatorial District. ilG-t.1 Secretary of Mate
I frttt) in charge of the |ubUhing '\,rfut.JJS erial: for the repair your





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