: I (aisley,. Tal lal ias: : ce.Ailjiifiiiil'deiicnil of! TufCf/ -Wm. H. Parker Perry. the State a General Election for its constitutional
](leaned towards that City.
! golden ; -J. .1. Dicki-ou, Talla Tn.re.-Chas., ST. JOHN'S COTNTY. number members, : of the General
The mirror border framed, within, Collector of : W. (Jet/en, Lake

Until two checks, like roses red< ; ; of bn/l/urllfilOll-) Sell xla-.1I1itisI'ut ,lniner :: county ;
J.aysidc by side, then softly said : 'tirrprrinfendrnt J'/4 : ,
.'I ('all'gct out ; can't you conic in ? '. French, Jacksonville.: Lake 'ity. Clivk Itartolo I'. (liwee'rv, St. Augustine.Mtriff ; Santa: l:osi county two;

M'l'REMK CorUT.t IU'VAI. CofXTY. ) A.' \. 1'111'1'111t.:: Angu-tiiie. Walton county two;

1 TUB man who Ihr<,w up his hand must! Chief.J lift ice.-V:. )(. (Candall: Jacksonville.Arsocintc ('ornthhn/ye-'sVilliun.l. McLean: Jacksonville' .laxtxxurof Tn.fcK-)D.ivid L. 1I1I11halll, St. Holmes! county I one;
have, been very sick-lloxtoii Ailrertivr.What / Washington: county one;
I! Juntlcr-\Vestcott, Jr., Tallahall' .\II?Ilrtille.
l a 1'1'1 <'111'i I IIK Collector 1"t'I/lII'-.1.. I I'. Llambins Franklin county one;
see. ('lrrk Thomas\ : K.: Ttiickm.m, Jacksonville.\ n/! -'ph '
von wish: to know how many friends ii..../riflc/1.o1ir-1/ B, Van Valkcuburg, Xhrriff 1'riah Howden Jacloonville. :St.: Augustine.tfiiirintfiulenl. (Calhoun ( 011111Ollf'; t
you love, get t into spice ; if you wish to ..Tncksonville.Clerk !Wwr r/ 7>f.ir, -D.uiiel: 1' Smith .Jack / of .tit/urla-'l : A. Pacetti Lilll'rll'OIlIlI"county three;
know how many you haven't,1. get into -C. 11. Foster, 'ml hal 185'e, sonville.Collector. St. Augutine.St.MTEHCorxrY.\ WakiuMa\ (county one; ;

trouble. CIRCUIT JUMIIX.( of Irre'nuc-Iienry A. L'Kngle: ; e : ( county three;

How time changes: In the good, Old Pint Circuit/ -Augustus t I Maxwell: : ( I'cn- Jacksonville.iiirriHlfiiilrnt.... Srlinnls Albert J. Itussell Comity! .hnlyr-I Henry H. ('al4-iI,)', Lee.,burg. )Leon county four;
/ nf -
Testament days it was considered I 11 miraclefor i sacola. \ Jacksonville.JIAMII.TON: Clerk Tho'mas) J. hey, Leesburg.Sheriff Jefferson: county four;

nn ass: to speak, and now nothing) short ,S'Cirruit-Jla\"i,1) S. Walker, Tallahas =J. S. Dyehes, Leevburg. Madison county three;

of miracle will keep one quiet. \\VlieeHny COl'XTY. .1..lIr.of of! T.rn-.In-l'ph Hutcbinson[ Taylor county one;

Lr tdrr. see.Third ( ';1'1/1-1.1.} Vanu, :Madison.Fourth County ,w/lC-tll'lIr! .1. Stewart, .Ta I'I'r.' Lccslnrg.1 Hamilton county two;

Circuit -U. Archibald, JacksonMile. : Clerk-Itob'ert: N. :Stewart: .Ja:
A writer\ hi the Illimtrtiletl bunion JVwr* ""II'I'iJl'-Jallll'l4 M.( Diincan) Ja"pcr.Acor Leesburg.Siijterintemlfiit: Lafayette county one;

says : "American manners:! and eti'/Juttee are fifth Cil't'uit-.IUIIIl'1I h. D.iukins, Gaincsville. ,,/' T gOl/llllf their !sort but the sort is: a little odd Wiertor of U""r/IIII'-.I." I' It. Goodbread,I, Lake Grillin.: Alachua county four;

tu tIi: ." Well what's the odds ?Jtuffuh/ Ad- Srllt Cirritit-H. r.. :Mitchell, Tampa.' Itenton\ (''oluinbiii County.tfiijirriiitemlt'iit srws.r.K ('ot' 'n'. Levy county IwO'IIl'ao'II ;

vertiner.THE. S't't'ufCircut; -\\'. Archer Cocke, Sanord., nf tfrli no/.*:'-Joshua II. Uoh-l (. ?oily Jiidijc Michael A. Clouts, Live .rll1"lIl1ly; '\\OJ;
crtAncrum.. ( 'la\' county one;
Chicago says"President' Haves

took thirty minutes" \ for breakfast," in that Court (.UI<<'II<
city. No doubt thirty minutes( \ : was about\ all TI!I Ill niuriT.K. ( County ..1".lye-. L. Friersoii: Hrooksville. : Sin-riff;( John U. Sesxion! *, I Live Oak. Nassau\,1111'01111) county I : four I two;
he could get in Chicago without .1.. Tujrei \\'. H. Sessions \\'d- ;
<< spendingthis : +t'M'/r of! ,
;: J. Vann, JudgeVhu.; II. Taylor, St. Johns l'Ollllt10;
year's lnlnry.-IMroit Free 1'rrtf. Attorney.fjifiuij ( frrk-J. C.! Law, Itrooksville.s7(0.jj. born.Collector. Volu-ia: '

ry Ellt'CATION.\L.-Tl'/ll'hl'r : "Suppose.: that Term- B..lk] 'tiler, Itrookwille.As.iimtof of R.t''IIIII'-1 Hubert: 1-'. Allison, Orange l'olllll.Iwo county, one;;;

you have: two sticks of candy, ami your big TaylorM: I Monday( : in April of. TtUfK-\\'. M. (tarrson, 1'rooks-; Live Oak 1'IIIIIall'Ollllt\' two;

,I brother gives you two more, how many have :Madison, 'M Monday\ in April. villc.Colli'itor. Siiiieriiiteuiteitt, of tfcliHfil*-J. O. (C. Jones: Marion: county: two;
Live O.ik.
you got then 7" Little boy (shaking his Hamilton I -1th Monday, in April.Suwannee of RI.'tIIlI)1. Towifciid.Pirooksville. Sputter county two;

'hl'lIIl-: ) 1'undon't know him ; henin'tthat 1st Monday alter -Ith Monday: ( << VOI.fsIV fOl'XTY.Comity II1'rlllllll'll'OIlIll\: ;

kind of a boy."-Gulrestuit AYuw.) in April. .Vnptrinfenikiutn/'chop/a-Ir./ / ) :S.: Stringer, wlvr-Frl"1.. J. I.-iIVnoticrc, KntcrprNe. : Hillsborough( county' two;

, Columbia, 2d :Monday after 4th :Monday Itrooksville. : 1' ilk coiintyone;
, Aquenuckquewauks": Is the name in April. Clerk-John W. Dickinxuterpri] "i\. Manatee(
mi.LMioiorin; : COUXTY. county one;
of a social club ut Danbury, Conn.' Most( ofthe Lafayette, M :Slondayafter Ith :Monday( inApril .".11I'f.iff-\\. A. Cone, KutcrprUe.Attemmr ) Dade county one;
\\ L.
time of Its members is taken up in pronouncing CountJniliji'' Crane'J'anpa. of Tnst'*-Itenjamin llichanNon, trl'\"I\I'III'olllll: '
f : its name ; but they ht as well Full TI'r/ll- ('I"l'k-\\'III. C. Brown, Tampa.Ulieriff ': lntcrpri-e.! } one;
, I do that other I suet clubs delight =l U. (Isaac; : Craft\ Tampa.AnKcffor Monroe county two. !.
as pome things : Taylor. 2d :Monday( October. ('ollrrhn'rf Ilcfeiiyf-John Jordan, DeUmd. ) And on the same day there will be held
1it.rt'-J. G.; la'slit
1 in.- Journal. of : Tampa.:
Chicnyo Madison: ltd :Monday[ in October. iu each county' of the :State: General: Election : I
( "lIrl.t'.r'I''IWr \\ I F. !Murts
Hamilton 4th Monday in October.Suwannee .. \ SlIpillll'lIrlclll !'ih) James II. I 'hllll. '
Mtw.l'LIZ.uiETil;; STUART I'IIEU-H pays the ..'trn'+'islenrlrul of 8d'flll/ll-1l. L. Crane, 1 for Constables, each county' being allowed
her fame to over-curious admirers. 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. dler, Knterpri' and entitled to one Co'nstable' for ...r

Walking\ on the deserttd! I beach the other day, in October.. : w.Kri.t.rorxTY.. I\'l'n'two: hundred l registered Vlltl'rIn:! the

and asked if r she was not afraid of the (tcr- Columbia, ?d} Monday ufter.1th Monday( ; in JKFFKllsov. r'ou"'I'lldYI'-W.; T. I Duval, (Cruwfordville. l'nlllill'r'idc'd.; hoireccr/ Ihnt no county

rifle storm then' raging, she replied, : "No ; I October. County' Jw"YI'-\ C. Wbitner, Monticello.Merit [ SIt''iJJ'-W.) H. Walker, ('rawl ,...I\"illc. ,,"alllul\'I' more than twelve Constables' ; yet:

prefer the voice of Coil to tin' of the summer : IjifaycttivTd: 1 Monday after 4th Monday in -Vf. /. Itailey,MonUccllo.1f"nticellu.CrrI1V t.11'rl.-Xat.: 1 Walker: Crawfordville.Hiilieriitteinlent ,, that each county' shall be entitled to at least: I
boarder" : Octal,u'r. I.amar. two Constables regardless of the number ofregistered
of School*-John L. Crawford -
"d"H.I.-J. 11. Christie;
FOl'llTII CIKCriT.It. "iuJirrilltt./ttllllt: of : voters.WIIEKLIX '

To "dun," to press! for money due, comes II. Archibald; Judge; Samuel l Y. Fllll'r.talc's Monticello.County! County, Crawfordville.Trfunirer-VT.\ Duval, Crawford : the Legislature of the State of
from one Joe ]Dunn, a famous! bailiff of Lincoln .'tturuey.b'jirjny 7j'rnarlre'-1\. W. :Simmons: ville. Florida, of A. 11. 1S77, did determine! by a

in J England<: during the reign of Henry Term Monticello.Wlertvruf I vote at'a majority of all the members electedto
/- (Co/lrrlllrtiflrl'"llle-. H. 'IIIkl-rl'raw.-
VII. He was so uncommonly. uC'I'l'sflll! in llercnru'-Jus'plil'alnt! 'rMaui.: each of the houses thereof I that it it
St. John's, 3d 1 Tuesday lintels ford ville.Astetsor. necessary
collecting money that when a man refusedto 4th in':March.Uradford. ticello.A to cause a revision of the entireConstitution
Clay Tuesday Geo. Craw
of Taxes- 1- Kegister:; ,
t pay the creditor was asked! why he didn'tDunn Ixse&surgf 1i''cIIl-J P. (Granthaiu :Monti-[
of said State
Kt Tuesday( in April. fordville.,I and did enter
)him. cello.
\. linker 2>\ Tuesday in April.Nassau \. such determination upon their respective:

ANTY.ITo see a young man who has :Tuesday! in April. L.U'AYtTn'l'XT: \ I.'JdH'rfhwllu.ls.. journals, with the yeas and! nays: thereon

been at Nome resortlio hasn't. put his hu. Duval:3t1'Tuesduy} : : in :May.( n"IIIIII/rulIr-\! J. Dixon, New Troy." and did refer the same to the'Legislaturethen
-- -" -
presssioiis"! on paper and handed them to Fall Term- .o.I/I'ri.JJ'-.J. J. Johnson New Troy.' next to be chosen; and, whereas the

the editor with the remark : "I just threw it St. John's 3d Tuesday in September.: .Clerk. -Howull Hawkins, New ry NO'I'I 14 O1'EI ':JTIOX.To Legislature of said, State then next chosen

oil. There isn't much to it, but thought it Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. .fywrtntfiuleutHftichmil C.: lUmsey: New to wit the legislature of .\. D. 11'tiH.! did, by

j... might bo Interesting" The moral we wishto Uradford 1st Tuesday: in October Troy.Cinintij. nil uml fiiKjitlur the Slierlfft of the State of a ntajurityufall the members,. {elected\ each

draw is! that when there "isn't much to Baker, 211 l Tuesday' in October.: hen.urcr-.L.i.19dnterNewTray. J'/"rid<< : house thereof, agree to such proposed revision

it," it isn't interesting.'w llavtu lietjuter. Nassau :3<1 Tuesday in October. Collector' of JterenneNewton Sapp, New K nw n, that I, W. D. 1ILOXHAM: Secretary ; audw'hen'nsthe Legislature of 187!) did< Tn> '. of :State: of the State of Florida, do
Duval, :'td Tuesday in November. \ by It'!Iolulilll duly paoedrcconnucndtotime
To'A COMPMIXIXU Ht'III'C'IUIIER.-rC arc :-.s"'III>r : don't like the FIFTH ClKCflT, the lie\'Crull'ollntie of the State of Florida lIIt'llll'n
srry you paper.\ Wl'publl..hit 'fru\. (Legislature to vote for or against a '
simply to please: you. \\ c should ask you Jamc-s 11. Dawkins, Judge ; W. A, Hooker, I.EOS: tWl'NTY. that ('OI\'lItoll.. all did therein provide and di

t') to come down to the office and edit it, only Solicitor. Comity Judf/f-II. C. Itippey, Tullahassoo.Sheriff A Oiicnil Election, f'I.t :Secretary' of State 4oltIII'or.

that if you did some idiot might write totell Spring Term- A. lool'lt'r, Tallahsi>see. l : with the notice of the (; '

f: you how much better he could do itr Suniter, Monday( in :March. Clr.k-C. A. Hryan, Tallahassw.: Will be held in each County in Florida, ton Iltlrll' be held in the year 1$&0 cU'rl, a notice of
himself, and that would :Marion M :Monday in March.Alachuu .
annoy a ucryouspersolt :
of SchoolsUlIr 'N. Fclkel 11'h instructions
Kiijierintenitent ) rl't'OIII'IUlalon proper'
I like you. 1st Monday after 4th :Monday( in Till laltussee.'JrrsxurerL. ON TUKSDAY: : \ :\'!' :.SUCCKKD1NG; : : IL' tl compliance with

1< The exchange from which this is taken March( L. Demillv. Tallahas FIRST MONDAY( I IN XO\'I':M.( such recommendation;

'j will get along in the world Levy, :3d :Monday after tth Monday in Collector lifl'IIIIC-" C.' ('. Pearce, Talla AW, therefore, notice of such r'lllll'lId.
] A. D. Isso.The
i :March.Putnam. hassee. Slat ation i is given, and the following instructions

4i' GAIL TO THE G1IILS. I :March. 1st 'Tut.thtyafter 1st :Monday I in .1s.
, ; 1Vildmssisathing: that girls: am not afford. see. of compliance with such recommendation:
f Delicacy! I is! thing which cannot be lost or Fall Term- LEVY: (nt'NTV.CanlyJtutgeV.lI.Sebring. \ SU'l'mlJl'r.Fill' 1st. Any elector desiring to vote at such
. Suniter. 4th Monday in OctoWr.Marioi a Governor uid| Lieutenant Governor election in favor of such
found. No art can restore the its a shall
f 1- grape lst: Moiuby after 4th :Monday in :: Hrousoii; of the :State' of Florida and for Four Electors have written Cln\'ellti.l
bloom. Familiarity, without confidence or printed on the same ballot
. October Clerk-J. :M. Harco, HI'lIII"OIl. of President uud Vico-Prvsident of the
.; without regard, is destructive to all that on which the names of the or i>ersons
Fiiilaysou.. Broll-I'll.
Alachuu, :3d! Monday after 4th Monday in \/u'riff-\ l'lIllt'tl'tatc:' ; voted t for for otHce lf'fon
makes and or at said election
a woman exalting ennobling. Itt any -
October A IsseaaurOf 7ilr6-J. M. Willis, Itronson. For one ltepre' >entative of the First Con-
is: the first duty of a woman to he u lady Collector'f Jt.'t'lwe-Juhn C. McGrcw: are written or Irilh'll. and on the same
1st Monday tier 4th Monthly in gn Monal DNtrict'of Florida) in the 'urt\-. side! thereof
Good breerling'is as
good 11.11111111111111 JA''i are written
" sense. >1 Itronson.Hujieriiitentlent. or
ber, seventh of the t'nited :Staten'
in is ; printed and not on the other side the
a woman iuuuurality.wkwurthiess words
1'utnam, 2d Tuesday after hot Monday ill of RdlU\JI4-J. F. Shards: For one Representative: of the i;t'condCongre.sional For Convention ami
Ignorauceof ; desiring
etiquette lironson. 1 any lc.tor
December. District of Florida in theFurty.sc"l'nth
is'the result of remittances. AH can hel'On.I.1Il1't1 to vote against! such a \' ,
M.\lII..oS fOfXTY. f f the United States I'hal
SEVENTH riBlTlT.William Congress > have written
and not banish or Tinted[ on such
the amenities of their: men kind.or But WlllUl'nfrom self- Archer Cocke, Judge; A. $t Clair- (otutyJudje-B. )(. Witherspoon, Madison. And on the same day a General Election: the side thereof above prlriLI 1, the words,
will be held
possessed .unshrinking! Abrams, State's Attorney. "Against a
demeanor: aggressive coarseness ,o.hl'rl'ff-T. Willanl, :Madison In the County of lv-cambiu for a Senator: NOTE.
-Nothing is
may IK reckoned as ustate's ftprina Term- ht'rln ilf.udt'll to prevent
< Clerk-John M. Itcggs, :MadisontiuixrinteHdeitt from the First Senatorial District ;
otleuce and 1'ul ill any elector to vote
prison merits tslalst may for
certainly Monday May.IJrcvurd dlirc
In the of Jackson for Senator
of ghoulsS.: Tyner, C-ounty a '
or against ( but
that mild form of restraint called imprisonment 2il Monday in May. a .u\f'lIhnn. may not intend
Madison front the Third! Senatorial District
for life. It is: a shame for women to Orange, 3d Monday in May. ; ; to vote for any ]>erson for any: office, from
T"l'lmcrt'I"tmth.: \ Madison In the Counties of Calhoun and Franklinfor
be lectured on their nm>uuners. It is u bitter Dade, 2d :'IllIIulu'ln June. County voting on the OIl\ltilll question, but no
Mad St' iator from the Fifth Senatorial District
Collector Rat'uue-)1. a +
of Warring,
elector is to be
shame that they need it. Do not be restrained. Fall Term1'olusia,1st- permitted to vote more thanOll.

e I 1),1 not have iinpuh** that need Monday in November.Hrevunl ison. : Ma l- Iu ;the Counties of and Wakulla '. ballot on the Il'alf'ltlg for both IT-
4ue*for of Tose*-H. D, WI1 worth, Liberty sons for offices
restraint Do nut wish to dance t l ontventlon.
with the 2 II l Monday in November, fora Senator from the Seventh Senatorial a -
prince unsought ; feel indifferently, Ho sure Orange, 3d :Monday in November District Only one ballot should be received
:I' \x.tTEE: ttH'XTY :
you can confer honor. Carry yourself so Dade, 2d Monday December., ; from each elector at such election
In the County of Jeirerson/ for a Senator .
loftily that men will look up' to you for re Giunty Jmlje: K. M. Graham, :Manatee from the Ninth Senatorial District 2d. The votes cast on this question shall
ward not ut"ou in rebuke. The natural sentiment Clerk-ItoU-rt S. Griffith, Manatee. ; be canvassed and declarations and return
Iu the of Hamilton for Senator
of a limn toward woman is: reverence. County OfllrerM.ALACIH'A Sheriff Win. C. )[n 'man. line I 'vel. County a thJhhall be made by the IU"IIt'l'toJ! and
from the Eleventh; Senatorial District
lie loses a large means of grace when be is: rOt'STV. Assessor of Tiuei-Win. F. l'arri.h: Par- In the County of Alachua for a Senator; by County Canvassing Hoards, the State u.

obliged! to account. her a being to be trained Cuuiity Judge-Juuius C. Janlner, Gaines rish. from the Thirteenth Senatorial District {Canvassing the same manner andat

in propriety. A man's ideal is not wounded. ville. Collector of Jlertnue Marion G, Carlton, In the County of Bradford for a Senator\ ; the Ime times as votes cast for i>ersons

when u woman fails\ in willllo1l1. but if in VlfrL:-3. A. Carlisle: Gainesville.\ line I evel.Sujxriiiteiulfnt. from the Fifteenth Senatorial District I for !! at said election and required by 3
grace, in fact in sentiment in in of Srhodreltx J, Seward ; law to he l l11\.u..ol. declared returned.
delicacy, Sheriff John W. Turner, Gainesville.\ In the County of Putnam for a Senator 1111
kindness she would be found wanting, he Author of 1'u.rJ. M. Dell, (;iainesville.Cdlltctur line I-evel. from the Seventeenth Senatorial District ; The attention of Sheriffs is called to the

receives the inward hurt.-Hail Jlamilton. of Jt't.t'IUIe-lI.! 1'. Thomas, Gaines MtRIOX to'NTi. In the County of Marion for a Senator election law requiring l thl'l to cause a notice of said
to tie
ville. County JIII1It'-J. M. Mclntosh! Oeala.Clrrt from the Nineteenth Senatorial District: ; published in a

JUDGe HILTON has given his heck for Sui>friiteiiJtut of ."\chllUl.-O. .\. Myers, -ll* V\. lAtng. IVula.ttherijf In the Counties of Dade and lirevard fora the printed in the county, if tlllr be newppr

fifty thousand dollars l to help fleet Han Gainesville. }'. i D. Poor. Ocala. Senator from the Twenty-first Senatorial county ; and if there no > ublishetlinthecountytlmeyshallcause

BVkKB ('lIl', T\. Attestor of Tutet-'Thomas<< Barer, 'otton District ; at let
A DISPATCH from liichmond, Va., to the CUIII.tVJIU1Ie-Jno. H. I HerndonSautler: Plant.ollrrtor. I In the County of Sumter for a Senator copies public of this notice to b pte in the
York Tiuut M Jn ( of 1:11'"Ult'- Frederick N. Foy, Senatorial mOt places in the ('
New Hays : the next election t'krk-o' J. funs: Suulcrsn.tVri from the Twenty-thin Dictrict ; Is T "
thousands of the' black citizens of this -J. l'. Williams Sanderson.of Oeala.Suinriiitfndfiit. In the Vainly: of Walton for a Senator ;"UU5T'UEEF, I have lucre-

state will, of their own free will and know .Iae Jor T>t-ff*-K. G, Ilogerson, San- of SchwJt-ll. ('. Martin, from the Twenty-fifth Senatorial District : unto affixed tt my hand ant have ht'1
Jng fully the importance" of their action dl'I'MU1. Fort IlO('u-. In the Counties of Polk and Manatee for I State the Seal of the

walk deliberately up to the polls and cat Collator of Jt'I't'Iftu-UidlaJ'tI Kennedy, MOXKOE ClH'XTT. I' a Senator from the TWl'nh'. enllth Senatorial [(1..s.j) the of Florida, at Tallahassee.

their votes against the nominees of the na 1).I.rh'ille.. County Judiie: --Chi&. J. Baron, Key West. I IOr District : Capital, this the fourth day of

Republican party and for the Hancock .iJwrilJeltdt.ofIwlW.. O. Hampton.Ohlstce. *-John Sitt her. Key We..t. J In the County of Vohi.-ia for a Senator j .August W., A. D. l&.

and KnglUh electoral ticktt-! Sheriff Uichanl) Curry, Key West. tram the Twenty-ninth Senatorial District ; D. HLOXHAM,
Mt Secretary of State.

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Ie lt<>ul Ei: Idle.
___ __. _.._ 1DKY GOODS; AT ]STEA\r YOHK 1 PRICES ..tOllUHT1.Tm.f? (here bus been for n great while m
II II1' tension of (the urea: covered by

I roii SAM: : Hi r (Cntl'mTl'XOII: i< thinking i>f going, t hose wild grove These wild grove
,\' TIII: i.oi.r i.\it imv <;ooi>s HOIsi: oi' I into the culture of hop, and although it is are found\ in tIlt send-tropieni latitudes of

I --- i I understood that the hops will not succeed our portion of the Stnto. How were they

I +1 t.S....... ................... ....................... .........++ --'J &> : ,KYDD..EDRY I some in the as:South title, sample wi hive grown;lately: in been Texas shown' as cmlnutod>ruetical: amateur? Did, JI1.fi:11I.any one hortitultural over bear of In n

++. .------1 could l possibly have been produced l in any\ ill* proclivities? .\I1tln* the Spanish( occu-
i. .\ insiK\iii: ; iion.i: i. other section ;of the world ; and some of the }pants| of the }'1'lIln'uh! occupied but few
1' .. .. I loading: Tl'XII", paper: are beginning to agitate i. [>oints! reiiioie( from the const, how wrrctlese!

.fJJ.-\ ++++........................ ...................,...,............++ DRY GOODS CLO'rIlIXG-\\OOTS\ AND SHOES the matter.: MMtr ttfffittrr.There proves of the interior produced if not nuiKetod
++ of (the
be in :' /. f., by the Originator; art'
i is
no hops) gro\\n;
:Situated: directly on the li.rilm.nl: I The winter of IS.'tl-.Ti t : : furnislicd the cold, ,
'iIr .NOTIOVS .\:\ n I'AM'V: (JOOM.S.rpltK Florida, at a profit, and\ fruiting earlier, the est period recorded in the nnnals of this

\ 4+....................................+..+ product would command: the I best I price*. It country, when, in January t 18.V\ the mercury -
++ + !: LARGEST:: AND 11F.ST:: STOCK TO SKLKCT: : J.'HOI.1' P1MCKS:: 11'lli'ilCANNOT ( ,
: retorted. seven degrees below anti a-
IX sunshine zero
i ONE: OF THE; vine warmth and ,
..... .... i JL being: a ;
I UK UNDERSOLD.Largo ) : :
i. I : ...........: : lilrI* (Charleston: C", and congealed, in
:i HEALTHIEST\ PAW'S: OF FLOIJIDV: : shipments of l'ALI4 .\ Nil WI.\Tiit: : GOODS rl''l' \'t't't'l'kh'. it rapidly. grows! here. I the state of New York. That season of in-

**......... ..,.......................... ...................,,+j /!?.. Wholesale; and Retail. )rders. ,liy mail receive prompt nttcntion. 1'KV-VlNK: !: : HVY-How TO Cl'HK\ : AMI S\VK.: trees tense (in'oh11r.\\'t.1 Florida, especially fatal to most to of those the orange in ('x.

New York OHiee f .. 1 X.1'l'or.l'cIIII'l': and, Third, ; The black I'l'lll i is one of the 1 best 1 for forage, of the natural
Posed yet
For many
particular address J. 4l 1'. U l
.__ \\'alkcrstreet.: \ ,}_. Fcrnandinn.\ Fin.SAN producing; a very luxuriant vine and an groves of the inferior screened by the um-
FI.OtfmttoJ: ) : : :, abundance: of foliage.' : Light; land of fair hruPl'l ; of the forest from the warmth of the
3-tf Feriian.lina quality, well drained and thoroughly prepared : abatement of the cold ,
Fl.i. BO UN & HOYT\ sun' upon the escaped
: produces the best results! I lacy oarrows doubt
------------ entire .h'llrUl'lioll111(1: some no remained -
Till.: I'MMtlOA three and i\ half feet apart, and break mwathrd\ by tho !fierce breath of
SECOND: : :;STREET NEAR CENTRE: into beds with long; svooter (plows immediately that arctic winter are still' living, and. estimating -
before pl11ntiligThe turrow.i for the their by their great size, and the
"T AND AND) IMMIGRATION! COM PA'Y WHOLESALE ASH RETAIL reception: of the seed should ht opened with extreme tardiness, ;of the growth of the. wild
a :shovel plow in the center of t the bed and
it bo inferred
tree, might easily : some
seed drilled in thicker I than
the something
OFFERS: GROCERS SHIP C1IAXDLERS: of them are of an ago c't cvul, or even anterior -
u"lIalloIIIwn. and I coveredabout l
garden; peas are tllinn" .
to, lhl'lir. one' and, n half ini'lies in depth. When doubt that
There bo no reason to
noo.ooo'r( !* AM UKALKK3 IX the plants have attained a height sullicienl Ponce tie may Leon: : reposed\ himself often, aftern

*_III'" _.. *. _"' ''II .__. to be worked, plough I them with a long; tloreo contlict with the du' krdenhzens of

Of) the most 111.\:,.- I I *OKV I I OATS I I llllli'lt I I LINK I I i i'C.: I scooter little earth plow to running the vine near, this enough work' to to bo throw tillowed blossoming tho forest t, beneath orange the tree,lovely and' drank shade' in of, some with

-- -- .-- --. the hoe for the removal of what
11' *" by
his hot breath, the cooling; odor of its starrybltiotlt
ACCESSIBLE\: : AND DESlRAllLKLA.MH ) :: : grass lulls ho, left around. the p lnuts. The whilst he drenmcd dieams of tho
--- culture be done shallow-run
future tour by
long sought, yet ever eluding; Eldorado.
to lie 1 occasion
ring employed as
sweeps \
IX TUB Who doubts? hit DIKN.INCUKK .
A LAROE: STOCK OF FURNITURE ALWAYS ON) HAND.ARLINGTON may reutiire to keep the \plants: clean and

:.W-tr the la11ul open\ and Ii ht.'h\ (' \'illt'1I11holll.l VAITK I.\SII\\lIll1n' .
IN or
:STATE: (OF FLORIDA: be cut when in full Mower, this living; Ice tigation: of the prices of farming; and timberlands

NURSERIES. maximum point in which the nutritiuustnattur : in I ho. several !states based upon return
: I is most! fully distributed to the \ hWII.If made, to I bo of
At only $1.:!.; per aero to new settler, with Department Agriculture
delayed beyond this: period I. the saccharine last April, shows! that, in addition, to the /
the privilege of selection in parcels of 40acres' -- juices disappear, \ in the perfection ol bounteous crops which the farmers will gain;

s" or more. These lands are 10'atl'l1011 the seed, the foliage drops: ill in curing, and, this year, they have been made richer by the
and adjacent to the line of the TltOI.U'\I. HIM! SrJIi-TUOl'H: Fltl'lT' 'I'ItEES,1tINlS.: : I>IX: 'Il>. the vines hccomo' hard. and wIIIIITo \'. increase of about eight per cent, taking the
preserve: the nutiitious matter and average for the whole country in the priceof
l'OI'S .....lla.I.UCHUI.X: : : SIIIU'US .nd 1'I,01'I'UII'I'I'H.: : : I green color of the herbage: (an important farm lands, as compared, with 1 the prices
ATLAXTIC, (;WU'X)) WEST:; INDIA II I consideration; in curing hay: ), the .It'wlI. a* one year earlier. The timbered lands shown
well as too much stun must be guardedagainst. :
--- tendency to in value more
TRANSIT: ('0.':S R. II., I ; III the afternoon of the day the idly than 1'I'art., appreciate( land. The average; value rap.

NEW: AMI CHOICE: VARIETIES: : : Rudded Orange Tree", MADE: .\ :SPECIALTY.TilSend : i moving has; been commenced in the niorning. }per acre of dl'arl'lll\II.I" tn I 18KO, ranges; fromJ..Vil
gather up the ssvatus: iii'what i is IIIIIW.t l in ( : ) (In Massachusetts
: : Georgia' ; to !.S.VW % \ ;
from FE11NAND1NA the AtInntic
extending -- till twelve or one o'clock, 111\I1.h'l'lI..it l it in and the nvcrugit of timber lands from $5.113in :
to CEDAR) KEY on the Culf; ('lIa-t.: cocks: four to six feet high, conical shape' Florida to :f.I.I'\.' In New Jersey; while the

thus: allording; to the producer cheap constant ./ for DescriptiveCatalogue.. and, spread to the sun tlio second l dayhen average Increase of both classes! of lands within -
the dew has (le:I u leare91. The evening'smoing
AMU'.KT Inn\\I.I.I:
I. the from four 1'1'111.111 Virginia -
and rapid transportation to the best! year ranges per
be left in swaths until ten
to in Florida.KXOWLK1HJK. .
Market Itf JACKSONVILLE: :, !"t."TII.l'OX ..\. o'clook the next day, if fair when it should ; twenty-eight percent
_ _ __ _. ._
u. ,
The belt of country traversed. ,hy, the Transit he turned over nnd cocked! late in tin after

11. I H. emhracesEVERY ailltN tV ('0., I'role.HNioniil! und HiisineHs! CardMi noon. I Repeat: the operation of heaping and 1I0mWIlOl.lJ .
spreading while much heat i is generated in
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Importers: and Dealers! in I the cocks, which will not exceed. three days.
Di) < .'oll1.l'St'lIy.oN.-Tnkc pieces! of cold,
ii !
r. AitTiine ( I'pvEXTIST () !
when it i t in rail
VA1UHTY: OF SOIL( maybe deposited 1'1111. nr
: meats of any kind chop! fine, season with
.. "' --litL houses! madi of |>miles\ or buildings" slatted
: will admit. ot free circulation of air pepper' anti suit, just n little onion ; break
I IXo. that n ;
I to he foul\tlln the State! a large proportion L OHI.l t J and for every four ft'l'lill depth of vines, layU
of butter stir altogether it u >on
Fourth:; ., bet. Centre :and Alachua, Moor of rails or poles with a bearing at ; pour |
being peculiarly adapted to the culture of nicely buttered toast: ; serve hot ; garnish
each cud, until the receptacle is full, when 11
sM1: -TRo1'I.tL FKIMTS! and Early Vegetable) *, 4Stf )FEHNANDIXA: FLA roof should be provided wutcr light. A with purseley.Srici.n .
118 IHv STREET _
and The, Large, Cutnjxtct/ hales of- Timber i --- 11'yl.' -- slight!: degree of fermentation renders! the : Furrr.-To seven pounds fruit

make these lands worthy VAHKFUL: /'AAMIXATIOX *- Savannah, (>eorRlntKeep I ; n. c. lunivi' :*:, fibres of the plants: more tender und impart'to take three good pounds of sugar, one pint of
Ii i the bay n sweet! taste: which is reli.sbet\: vinegar, cloves! mace awl cinnamon to suit
by manufacturepi of LfMnEii r EXERAL: : COMMISSION! MERCHANT, but the hazard of arriving at the the the fruit let
constantly! on hand u good supply of I by stock taste, sprinkle sugar over ;
t AND NAVAL STORK.: their celebrated i point desired is too great to warrant the ex. it stand over night, then boil juice, vinegar
c I CKXTRK ST., NEAR 1:. 1 It.: DKPOT, pertinent. As dry food for milch cows i it and\ spice fifteen minute.(. Put in the fruit

XEW: SETTLERS:: .#, MANIPULATEDXothinc GUANO.- stands preeminent' ;: and i is an essential clc and boil !ten minutes.
uncut in the improvement of our lands.Anorr .
i hl'tterl'ull be had for fall and winter ClIoCOLATK I..,yy.u C.\K .-Twodlps of su-

Purchasing land from this::! company furnished crops.! Price F1VK: DOLLARS PKR Hay, Corn, Oat*. Olt.txuEs.-4t the absorbing gar, one ('I11'.f butter, three cups! of (lour,
... HAG FIFTY DOLLARS Plat 1'OS.I I live eggs, one cup of milk one h'II1Ipllollfui
the Transit or ._ excitement, engendered by the recent development -
with entire free on -- ---------- -- -- -
jmsmye Savannah.Heml I of cream of tartar one-half teuspooiiful of
}" .O.1I. railroad or steamer at : of an industry 'loculitn Florida !
Railroad for family and personal effects! for circular giving certificates, etc. Contracting aiul IlnlldliiR. yclept' culture: ,'\ it be of interest Noda ; take nearly n cup of grated chocolate
orlllll-O( may
. ----- -- ---- --- sweeten to taste l\el.ll11l1k enough to moisten
the station nearest the land purchased. ;
to : ---- -- -- : to the curious inquirer, tu know su iuevvbat1)fthelutiseorigiiiortheml -
ItookN", unil Ntiitloiicry.HO JA.1IKSCONTRACTOR''''(.n''IN, i rotllll'!ion -about) half cupful; Mayor with vanilla
COMPLETE being derived by .
TITLE -- ---- and spread between the layers ; ice.CWKOI.ATK. .
--- --- -
. of the orange tree into this State. I Is the
grant from the United State anelIl1lrchn."l'from HACK I> UK W, / AND ItUILDKR: orange tree an exotic, or I is it one of the indigenous CAIUMKLS.-One cupful' of /best

1 the State of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE. natives of the primeval forest uf ', one cupful of grated chocolate two
Wholesale and Retail Alachua Street, hl'tWl'I'1I1'011.1:; and Third, this whilom appendage' of the l'1I tilian cupfuls: of cream, vanilla,one teaspoont'ul I of
SOLICITED.Descriptive crown ? Was it introduced here by Spanish' : ilunrmlxetlAvilhcrcutn., Rub the chocolate

FERXAXD1XA) adventurers! who sought I these shores inquest to a smooth paste with a little of the cream ;

uJ'lolIlJ1tl CIRCCMM mailed on TIOOKN, NTATIONKKY, of wealth conquest I 1, or the fabled boil nil together( half nn hour and pour it
!! > j Orders and estimates from u distance carefully waters that were to restore curly manhoodto into Mat dishes to cool ; mark it with n knife

application. S attended. to. _. 25-tf! the cMetc. debauchee, and paint fadeless! into little squares' when it is cool enough.
CIIAS. W. LEWIS, And MUSIC, --- -' -
Iellutyon the glowing checks of youth? Or
Land Commissioner. O. N. O.\J'. S, was it known to that 'prehistoric, race with RICK llr.ANC.MANiK.-Aquarterof} pound
:. 39! WKST: IHv STRICT wllldlllllrmlole! peopled\ this continent ages( of ground rice two ounces of !sugar one
and Seventh
Office cor. Beach ounce of )butter, one quart of milk, lIavor.I -
/CONTRACTOR AND HUILDER) : :, before the hardy sailor of Genoa conceivedthe !
16-tf I lag of lernou-peel, mix the rice to a InnuothhUlh.r
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. idea/ of ti so-culled New1'urld, anti ;
FLORIDA }MAN t'\'T l'mH: crossed: the then unmapped ocean to Mud his with a little milk, land put the remainder -
TIIK dream realized und add to civilization u into u saucepan with the butter,

MOULDINGS, ItRAOKETS: : wlm AND mighty hemisphere? These are pertinent sugar( lemon-peel ; bring the milk to a
rpOWX IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.Feriiaiidlun TURNED] LUSTERS: : ;, NEWELS:: questions, which ought: to by susceptible of boiling point ; stir in rice ; let it boil for ten
: pirS'laool looks H Hlt.. ""tJ'.'"r'rTl STAIR RAILS: WOOD] EAVES-: n satisfactory; : nnd intelligent) solution I by minutes, or till It comes nwny from the
'fWHOIll.I1nTIIHW! : : : some one of the numerous and sapient historians : saucepan; grease mold with salad oil pour
A CL.tHKK, WEATHERIIOARDING: who enrich the columns: the local in the rice let it get Perfectly! cold and turn

WYLLY AM> FLOOR. ,press: with their learned diatribes iiton| the out..
(:; :." to J. :\1. Cooper k Co.,) IXO. fruits"' and Mowers of this much bewritten DKLMO.MCO: : PUDDING.-One quart of sweet

Town" on It. U. Line, DEtLMWIXami section, and fill' the village" libraries with milk ; the yolk; of five eggs ; three tablespoonfuls -
Stair and ('luireh Work t trucUand treatise"papers and pamphlets' ) : of corn starch, mixed smooth in
And Cedar Key.Offers yScIuool MlMri'lluiieoiiM-3."' A SPECIALTY.: in support of their peculiar theories, upon I half tcucupfu! of milk ; a tcucnpfnl' of sugar .
.- this: recoaditobut intenslingsnbjtel; yet no and any llavorlng liked Bring the milkto

J( X Ni DOORS: AND] WINDOW FRAMIvSOF :,; facts worthy oi, the erudite-historian/ ur the the boiling point stir In the corn starch,
l1 l- painstaking chronicler have been adducedto
1 .- then the lIu /lwlllu.tly eggs. Draw to the
ALL SIXF.S.: establish cither theory (t the native origin,
buck of the and let thicken for
"OOK.S range or
to Lessees! and Purchasers a large ] HOOKS = f Post: Otlice Ilox t 174. or the introduction of the plant.) It seemsto three minutes. lie careful not \burn.
I very
Jan Fernandina, Fbt.L'ndertaklnt have been by common consent: : amongst Turn into pudding dish and
desirable bake
of the and f u : about
number most eligible
._ (the compilers of tradition in refertAueto this
u .___ ._ half an hour. Heat the whites to a stiff.
Lots, suitable for Business! Purposes, or for "' _._1It ;. subject, conceded that it was first introduced froth ; stir in four tublcsi>oon ful of powdered

OF by Spaniards from their native realm, sugar ; flavor; spread) over the pudding
FANCY OOODS: ---- -- -
City Or Suburban Residences: ST.TIOXImYXU --- -- yet no reliable\ data have been avouched to and return to the to brown
ALL! KINDS.I : K. )I. InNIUnSON.IAxu"'Ae1'UJtIXU: : sustain this theory. The/ Seville or sour

Ul'OXRY TERMS. and St.' Julian Sts., orange, was grown in that country anteriorto HHKAU ANI UUTTEU .FiuTTEiw.Make a
Cur V.ngrt--s: 11 ASh FURNISHING the Spanish( (: occupancy of Florida, no 'hatter as follows ; Break two eggs, separate

Liberal Discounts OIl Values allowed to Sa 'i uuali, Georgia.Stottca doubt, yet that fact no more proves that It tho whites from the yolks!, and )beat each
was brought thence to thix! Slate, than that separately. Put oue-half a I"mllll of flour
parties engaged in manufacturing or industrial and Tinware.STIiEEIY IT N J) I: It T .\ K I.: It the cedar trees. fringing the Gulf coo.it: were lu a basin stir in u half ounce of butter

enterprises I. who will erect on the i rwj:- .- transported: hither from the heights) of historic u'e-hulf'' t be melted to u cream. Add
IIIIOTIIKH.: FIFTH( ST., FERXANDIXA: : ..V, Ix-banon. The bitter-sweet orange has a *.ultj oon of salt, awl moisten\ !
erty purchased: substantial! improvemen'ti t : .\: Ict'ul.rt'ilill'll to Orit'lItallawLi for Its origin, with hii/llclent/ warm milk to make I it of

for residence, or in which to conduct their ( ( Street, pMwte! Post-Ollice, but appears to be known only 'here. The. roper consistency. Stir this! well, rubdown
u I fcwcct varieties the orange: may have 'had) any lumps that add the whites of
business t their origin in some remote eastern clime, he eggs, and Ul'l'car.) hatter for a few
bruitghtiere and grafted ujujn the, (MMsible! nlimtes. Cut some slices of bread] aid butcr. -
INDUCEMENTS: :::; TO MANUFACTURERS native need stock as the oil olives of
bearing not very thick ; spread half of them with
by exemption for a term of years from SdJ Palestine! are |ptrup.agattsl 1 by l cing grafted any jam that may ,be preferred and cover
''l iti, 4 upset the wild olive tree of the Orient. It with the other blaees. Press them together
taxation offered, by the several cities and '1 Y might) be safe to that
11 t I assume the wild orange cud cut into square, long or round piece
towns. Apply to is I ia .. groves of Florida are ca-vul with the soil IIJ"| lip. them in the batter and fry In liolllng
un which they are grown-that they sprung lard for about ten minu I'jf. Drain them he-
jZT-Office cor teach A 7th f ts., Fernandimi. from nerd: HOWH by the Great; Diqjc-n-rfT, Cllrts the lire on u piece of blotting or
rIr paler
IG-tf 1JrI.I.ICSI'i: WOODEN: COFFINS from tin horticultural department (Nature, loth. Di.h them, cpruikle with sugar, and
t, ,. AND CASKh'fS, whet tin first distribution of needs wasmade. !'erve.WB.
,.. -- Coniinlssioneifeontrolling that .

.,. Seeds! and CSiiano. WHITE: METAL. AND SILVER PLATED lepartincnt made no mistakes in his! packaged I : were UIH| cd lust week to a pitiless
-- -- t1RIMMINGSi : or the localities) to which they werecoiikigncd. torm, that wet our feet and stocking. and

t Gardeners !III! .. lIe planted varieties congenialo I ndced 1 our IMTSOII all over. In fact we took
Market ; .\ ON HAND.l'wxlu8 .- l : their development/ left it Ui the 'bund- i a cracking cold, which brought wire throat
craft and Intelligence man to multiply und severe nymptom of fever. The good

BUY D. M. FERRY &:CosSi them. ,: wife a."K4'rt..lluor authority, plunge.I our feetint'i
RANOKRS: : ;, wa.ihc I ami drstil 1 and preserved The wild I oranxe grove, when protected 1 I hot water WI'D"ltJIl) I UM in hot blankets.
STOVEH, IIEATEItH, until burial, with or without the uxe.of ice. (rom the depredation of brow-sin-", ; uiilmal. I and sent our faithful son for a bottle ofAyer's

TIN A>U SHELT-IROX WARE, Remains:, exhumed and 1I.lael'tlllll .+cs fur '.rodiice.young tdailtitotnathat:seeds of'fallen I! Cherry! Peitoral. It I Is a splendid'
EI IE! IDI !S removal.Ttrle fruit with wuaulerunrapidity.' 'l'Milr'Jt''IH I medicine, pleasant. to take anti did the job.
.i' IL IWOFIS'GXU GUTTERING, ';ruphic orden j-ruiiiptly] attended to. went on nnint-ru'tcdl| !in Florida until the ; \\e nU-pt mmndly (through tho night( and
ntroduction of cattle by the Spanish! immi awoke
CT'CITMBER WOOD PUMP, KTC.A : 31.3111 j well the next morning. We knowwe
For sale b/ dealer throughout Florida. r- grants.... These cattle turtll..IIOtJtC upon the owe our quick recovery t I
large fctock of Stoves oa hand. Jive! usa commons, brownthe tender orange plant and not hesitate
Catalogue and price list free to ill applicant. call, and compare our prices with tlwo. of SUllSCRntETOTHEMIIWOR.; : $5 PER: !n continuously and thoroughly as to '. all who need such a n>cdulne.1eTrhuarwu s

.1dreai.i D. X. FLEET A ('0.. Detroit lldl. I other !houses, here or elnewherv." ; destroy the Crt)p of young trees; hence I I I ( Ttsai) J'rtJJlteriun.,



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,\I'" LOCAL REFLECTIONS. Del. She; has a large and handsomely!' furnished I Tennessee! 1 ; New Jersey t ; Ohio, 2; North Cliubb) Mill child, J. 1C. i
I saloon and is I well appointed through Carolina 2; Michigan, 2; Georgia, 1 ; Minnesota (Jreen,, O. J.. hire Arthur Nuni, Mrs. V. H. -- -- ---- II, NTEITZ
--:;:-: 2 ; Iowa 1 ; Massachusetts 1 ; Alabama Mitchell and child, Mrs. .Ta.... Murphy' W. r. D.\HT.
I !.oo A YEAR; $t.0f FOll SIX MOXTIM. out. Her officers arc : JS'. Fitzgerald, 1 j Indiana, 1 ; New York, H J ; Canada T. Hiward, ".. H. Kinmons )11'1' O.i T.Lmk ('. 11.\ 1t1' &V ('O..

captain, an old and experienced steamboat 3 ; Kentucky, 1 ; District i! of (Columbia, and daughter, .1. M. Dawn, L. Hanner, L.Ducker ,
I To Correspondents.tQirrttponitent man: well known to our Northern visitors ; 1 ; Maine, 2 ; Virginia, 1 ; England, 1 ; total, C. A. H ssler, 'has. E. Turner, John Importers and Wholesale Dl'alenlill
or the above writers twenty-three are Kleinsehmido. and Mrs. Win. Pratt and
E. II. of the most efficient
Fitzgerald, one engineers
,. find jterntmt having btuinrtswith coming to' settle next month, others are son, Miguel Ixipez and forty-seven: steerage.rernandlna foreign anil ometie,
this linger will jilrrifc direct to FLORIDA on the St. Johns, the courteous and coming to look with a view of settling. One .

MIRROR Fcritninltufi, Fkt.CKDAR handsome F. (J. Magi, as purser, tend Phil. 'party, of twelve leave Massachusetts October COMMhIfCIAI.. Fruits' Nuts, .... .,

--- ----- J. Manuey, formerly of the Florence Witherf M, to settle. "

KEY fllrni !.l'1IIlaily fine, fresh! fish bee, as mate. The I'lanl will soon be a The past week one family have done to Market.roRRKCTEU Nos. 55, 57 mind!) Market Street, '
for this market. Jackson county, eight to South Florida! one
__yMR. _.u_ favorite: with the traveling public. family to Marion, one family to Brevard : WEEKLY HY WM. LAVVTEV. CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.

: (OCSTVV! STARK returned from the ---- two families! to Y 01 u! FernandtntitK:Jacksonville Iltl II road. the commissioner.! No doubt others havecome Rosin! common, jicr, bhl........... ((l<> i0* rt-Consignments!" of FLORIIH on 1cuIs:
North on the ]J"lllZ.thi week.MR. of which he is not advised.! Several I Tar. in market. solicited! ; and prompt returns made. Ut-Om(
The contractors: of this! railroad mean busi!
applicants'(, for orders for reduced tninsMir-: '| ; Crude Turi'mtine.| ............none in market.
Locis T.oml.of thiscity! will shortly ness. The managing contractor came down tution" have been received, but as! the Mallo* Cotton Sea Island) in the sefd... -li ((01 ."> State of Florida, Xas!mu ('Ollll." .

open a store in ,Jack on'il1e. one day last week and on the next the engineers ry Steamship!" Line has withdrawn its former ----- _. -. Y VIRTUE an execution Islt'll'l.out

----- were at work at each end. Another reduced. rates for immigrant' the commissioner Cotton. ]IJ) of I the (Circuit i Court, Fourth JudicialCircuit I
MR. T. A. WHITNKY left on the Florence has not i issued: orders !'illl'e:1'l'tl'lllltl'r:: for Nassau County' 1 Florida,
in and
and WIIlhll.t and
day passed a i IM/rtlon a 1.-..Si rind 1'rent. SVVAXN: September' :150.Middling the 2Un!
I rendered on : day
Thursday! for.a- I'hnrt'I'it--- --to Philadelphia. gang at work at both ends He expected I' 1 to : 10JLowMiddling of upon( .April a judgment HSU, in a certain !'uit,11I favor ol f
labor !here but the not EXCITING CIIASK I j, 101 defendant
procure negro, very and against! the in
THE attention of the readers of the Mirror reliable at time is when) Good; ordinary........ ............................. !"Il 1 1Cu the plaintiff suit \\". I n. (('. DllrYll''f plaintilland
any totally so )politics which !
is card of Messrs. C. Bart Co.
called the t
:.T<(>. I have ley.it'el
arc demanding his valuable so AFTER HKRD OF BITFU.O, WHICH, KOI.LoWKD11V ( .Mti.r.sTox, September' D. 11 1. Hammond: defendant) ,
which appear; in t this issue--! i presence ruE; HUNTKKS: INTO TillnI..to: E. Mid.llinfr I I. 103' J JI upon and will sell before the Coiirt-.
to their field of labor
---- -- --- a telegram was sent Aiti NORM.: ALOXO TO III:\T II. I Low Middling. i .............. .................... ... sod 1<>? 11011"1' door' in Fernandina, Nassau: : C'Ollllt ,
THFRE: nro now eight ve''''ols-three barks, North and an installment sixty! men came An oflioeir f>f the regular army., who left Good 1 (Ordinary., 10 on t the first Mond.iy: in i November, 18M 1 ,

and five !schooners lying nt the railroad; on the Dullii.i, were Undid here this! week, Fort Keogh; Montana, ten clays ago, arrivedin Neat: OUI.EVXS: September :10. being the lirst day of said i month., within the I
wharf, loading; and discharging. and went to work the suueday: and arrangements the city on Thursday evening, and is the Middling. i 1 114 1 legal} hours of said!: sale and day,4 to in block :33,
; bidder, for cash! lots 2, ,
-- arc made to bringdown), 1 1iIN) laborers gu 'st! of friends I living on 1'rairie avenue. Low Midling j, i ......................................... mud' of, Fernandina.! : Levied( upon us the

.. TJIC Volta had ,as, i part of her freight) some if needed ; a telegram !sent, in four days the The the Yellowstone ollicer travele-d river by to huckboard the end of from the Good(; (Ordinary.................................... 101' i City property; of D. M. Hammond.'i ,
of the inaehlneay to ho mod in the Improvement \'\ \ I'.lv ( O.> I':,
men will be, !hero. There I is a chance for the Northern P.uific Railroad, near the Little Groceries nnd 1'rovMnna.
and deepening of the St. Johns! of around Missouri, and thence eastward, by. rail. Couriers 50. Sberifi'of Nassau County, Florida I
hundreds lH'groewllo! are loafing / ('tsCIXS\TI: September'
har. hail: arrived at the post. before. his du- Fernandina. Fla., October_2, 1111\0\ : _____
.. Fernandina and Jacksonville discussingpolitics : from Flour in fair demand ; family ICOfo I 1; ( | fin,
--- --- the latl' THE schooners\ I,:. llnrrlimin and. C. 1:. or making 'scursions! to get steady, the lal"tllrt'.I.rillIdnt('roIndiall"; who: were then absent I fancy3Nty3$3.!! \\'IIl'at tirnll'r; No. 2 amber Stale of Florida, Nassau ('min." .
!tNlat)7.,! No. :2 red. winter !li((<.!jK! Corn M. \'. BUNCKLEY( : :
Flint are now unloading rails for the Ferns work, good wages and prompt' )pay on this fr"lIIl'nllll'" or agency. upon in a grand the cOlJril'rWII" btitl ill I weak ; No. 2! mixed 43o.: Oats in fair demand rpo J.You are hereby notified that a writ of

..1inl.Twk'loll'iIle!' ; Railroad: : at the New road, but they will have to he quick aboutit hunt. The vvcitlng.news brought They:: relates' by that after I and firm ; No. 2 mixed, :321:! ((;::a*'*- Pork attachment ling been issued against you, and

York steamship wharf. for these! northern men move quick and riding very over mountains for two days the 1 unsettledearlntsntii'rcdat17ri.; I Larddnll your property uttai'bed I satisfy the 111'1111111.1.

u_ __ don't want any foolishness.!" The rails: are (Crows cumc upon a fine herd of buffaloes at j 80 Bulk meats dull ; !shoulders, : 323! of ClarenceCillianis( amounting to $22.*

THE fine steamer ,,,,.f. ./ /m., of the Charleston landed nt Fernandina and Jack.souviliesoastolay I in a very narrow valley near the Yellowstone I clear sides' S |2i.: Bacon dull and droopimr ; 10-100.( ) Now, unless von shall appear' beforeJ. t
now being I. river. There J'HJ' Indians andl.ooo shoulders iH( ), clear sides! !JIIO.( ) sides!' !fto. A. Ellermann, a .Justice of t time Peace in ,
were '
Steam 1'acket ( 01\1 I'"II y, goes on the froll't.lll'II'' There ) buffaloe The Crows( had been forced I \\'hi'ktellth'! at UK!I. :Sugar:: unsettled ; and for said COIIII"lt his ofllce at Fernandina +- --r-

route for the season next week, and will arrive only one thing that can delay t the work-very by fear of starvation to take to the* chase" bards", lody1L: Hogs dull ; common; :3tOcn4 !! ( on the llli( day of December, 18SO!:! at 4'

here on 11'ednesday.- severe! storms or rain ; which will not )probably and the keen hunger they were suffering" iO, light 4 05(71.1 1'HI. packing733' ; ; 10, 10 clack) 1111., judgment will be rendered f'

-- confident. that the road. 0111\' !ollarIM'IIl'l their eagerness !for a tilt w itlttheir butchers 510u( ;5 :20. against, t von.Ilater'this. .
THE vessels! at the railroad, wharf and OI'Cllr.re are old ft-How-nomads. the noble bison.!" :Sr. Lofis, September :50. 14dav! of (October) 18.SO.:!

Iteed'a mill were decked with hunting on will be running 1 by the 15th: of December.) The game !stampeded! down the valley in the Flour steady! ; double extra :300@3M I : CLARENCE; : WILLIAMS ,

The contractors: have the money, the brain, direction the Yellowstone. The chase! was choice! to fancy 4 75f of the from :
in honor return
Tuesday! Kng- the experience and are equipped in all hotly, followed, halt'a hundred buflalocs biting tied closing weak ; NO.2; red fall !911iOU! !) ?. ---- ------ -- -- -
land of Mr. William Lawley.PROF. the dust before, the river was reached.: closing at 1141 for risk, !)lll( point In engineers: 1 foremen, laborers: etc.
(One of the most vehement of I tll\' pursuers, !Miami\ !J7 for November delivery.Corn .
.T. N. WHITXER left on ronllay'1II Building of railroads, is their specialty.Kiltt who' had di:elf in two or slow tit :3!I91! l for cash, sal fur October A. U. XOYLX; ,
.__. .. _
I train for Tallahassee!! his new field of labor 0 three lights with the :Sioux fell from his livery, :3fHjj,3U( for November deliverisi I \
I He takes charge of the West! J.'lorhl:14l'llIl.: r Mirror: A few i issues! ago of your pony in the midst of the flying, herd and I Iwu for )I'eM'ember( ilelivery, IHC/i:: :l i1!llir the year. SHIP CHANDLER,
Mirror you requested some facts about the trauu tied to death by the frantic beasts. I Oats :\IIH\ :mini for I'asli, :21)4! for Novemberdelivery. GIWL'JmXn
nary next )IOIlI1u4I'I'l'"R: !" to him. Yellowstone, a roaring; rushing river, Whisky: steady and, ulldli\ll I"i. K.U.KH IN:
... "giants of the fo,relit!! I in Florida. JL.: .
-- -- -- even at t the lowest tide, was booming i the fork dull, nominal amid."quiet at 17 73.: Bulk
THE City of Dall
Wednesday morning, but some accident Orange county, told the writer that in surveying meltingsnowsin! the high mountains. When I' ribs 810fi320: sides. S 411GI,S ;11). Bacon:
the lice Hammock in 1877 he founda the river was reached the game made bold shouldery3871ribs8h'71! !, sides U 25.NEW .
her caused her to back
I c to machinery !" put) stand and for a time it o1'l'II\.1' doubtful / : FOR H. AVERY & CO.'S PLOWS.CEXTKI .
t, and she did not leave for that )place\ until cypress of !such immense!" size as to attract which held, the lIIatl'rhilt: the incessant YORK, :September' :.TO.

Thursday. his marked attention. He( concluded to measure fiisihide from .Jixj rifles: together! with tlH'.lcl'l'rllh' :Southern: \ Flour firmer\ and IIcth.C'i; common STREET
--------- proximity of the formidable battalion to fair extra $1 t'i'l'jI.'i( good to choice : !
its circumference, and with the aid of !
i )1 n. 1' \\'. OSCAR KOEUXEU: chief. engineerof drove the herd in dismay: into the $.140(11050.: Wheat feverish irregular and. FLA.
his assistant! measured it with his surveyor'schain unsettledopening stronger, but\ the advance, :52 If FERNANDINA,
the Transit! Railroad, WlIII the city the roaring torrent. Beside themselves! with the .
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I two feet above ground, and it girthedfortythree excitement'! of the moment' the Indians! was afterwards lost! closing! in buyers favor;
early )part of this week. lIe left for Jacksonville ft'l.t. which would give a diameterof urged their ponies into the stream nnvv ill- ungraded re d $1 02!(@ 1 01. Corn a :shade 'Ins.XXI': c(..\lUE, t

''j on Wednesday! to superintend the He said it tall ling that even a flood !should. spoil; their I stronger and fairly active: closing very 11uil'tjlIurUlh..I ; .
nearly fourteen feet was
work on the new railroad.11EV.W'ILL1.111 frenzied sport or cut them oil (from theirgame. / r>Uiflt.!. : ; Oats heavy and J(@k.II } ST. ItEvCmYTRE: A AIACIIUA,
I proportioned' and diminished in diameter The terrific current, made tumultuous II' lower ; No. :3! 4 iirJ41.}( Hops steady; choice rpHIKD ,

i I''toI, formerly a citizenof gradually. PERT from the huge) )pile of rock here and yearlings 23!:!(( i127. Coffee about "steady, with
very there in the channel, whirled buffaloes, I a moderate demand; Rio 13la-17i.: (!! Sugar ,
"t this city, but now pastor of the First Baptist u.._ __ ____ miles! and Indians along" at a bewildering I"j quiet ; molasse-s! sugar 71; Cuba muscovado7J

church at Key Went, who has been XalUla" County llf'tllllate.. velocity, until tho thousands, of beasts (< 7 1-lii:, Uarbadocs7l: Martinique 7], centrifugal UK M.F.It IN THE

spending some two weeks! here" left on Wednesday The following t transfers! of rl'allotate were were rolling and! writhing in inextrica ((9! >5 degrees test) X\\, A $l, DeniararaS.
confusion. In the dizzy! evolutions of muscovado 7i( train for his home in *
morning's Key recorded in the clerk's! olllce during the horses and riders the latter were left! to struggle t Ilio t Ii\\, :Manilla 5], Brazil ;71, fair to good. refining )-:

Wet+t. month t of September' : for themselves in the water and to beyanunel I 7ili( 1,7t, prime* 7j ; refined vcllovv dull,
l in standard .\ 9i 9i.! CONFECTIONERIES ETC.
white fair demand
> ,
between the
to surging massCs :
B. Wardell to A.
WK have received BidwcU's Descriptive Henry 'i
Molasses iniit't and IIIIChl\l\ l"1. Rice in ,, ,
of bea.sts. Some who 1 foresaw
Swann ; lots :'M and 21 in block drowning <
Catalogue of the Arlington Nurseries for the 15:' ; and lot II in block 4U in Fernandina the danger in time and. turned shoreward, moderate demand and ''I'Itl'nllHoln' firm Bliss' Garden Seeds, Flowers Farm and
season 1880-81. It I is a pamphlet of about ; also 71)! acres on Cruney found safety Oil terra JiriiM, but those who at $! ,'):!)1i .l
I and contains 1 .$1,700 00 ventured far enough: to be embraced in the U..kl'tl.001 quiet and sternly ; domestic .
printed \ ---- ---- -- -
twenty pages, neatly ) sweeping restless: tide and. to become entangled fleece :Iii@( H I pulled :20j.t45'( : IlI\wllshl'lIIM,9 1
many valuable hints to the fruit-growers. Horace :Stillman Liska II. Sillmau in the struggling! ; ; animals, were all 35, Texas H( 32.:! Pork again; decidedly AXCJIL: A: "'IU I:XJ),
Bidwell Jacksonville and Robert M. :Smith to Robert higher on October, options, with an activespeculative
Sent on application to A. I. drowned. The story brought; to the i post
Proctor; the John Lowe (Grant was that thirty Indians: and fifty ponies were trade ; October delivery $lG 50ft')( T>AKERS: ; AND CONFECTIONERS,
I.I or Section 43 Township 3 North drowned beside WK) or l.ouu bulfaloes..Umlphi ."- 17 50, spot lots nominal at $17 50. Cut
of Range 28 East: including t'io! \Ietts-middles! dull and easier: ; long clear CHOICE
THE press of the State contains many paragraphs saw mill known as the Chester .fJlJH"fll. $.'S75, short $9 121:! long and short $8 00.

) of threatened ostracism to colored uti II 1,000 00 JUlU.VI. Lard opened weak, but closed) about 5 cents! Groceries, Cigar, anil Tobaei-OH,

Democrats if they )pur[>ose to exercise their E. P. Noyes to A. II. Noyes! ; lots 1 higher ond strong at &S 30(!<.!ij8 371.; Freights i,
and 31 in block) 10 in Fernandina 700 00 firm.
right to vote or act as! to them seems good. l\irt of Fernandina.HIliH i TOYS: AND FANCY ARTICLES.Weddings .

This spirit) on the part of the colored Republicans Henry R. Smith and wife to Michael w.,nlt.ahll..hl : .
I Cuson! ; S\V 1 of SE 1 of Section Large Stock af New Fall Goods
I recalls an incident that happened inBarnwell 22, Township 2 N, It :2i K.... 50 00 .,Octull'r 2....... <1i!::20 A. M. Clo: J'. M. : Entertainments, and Picnics,
County, South Columbia during Benjamin Sweuringen! to Mary H. Sunday, 3.......... 7.0.5: 7:2::!'I Just received I at J. & T. KYDII'K.' furnished at the shortest notice, at rock-bot
4. ..... 7-19" O"i""
the heated of 1870. An old colored HC''tion4.:\ 2 Monday, : tom prices,
.campaign Township
; .( Great Bargain atANGEL'S
Tuesday. :5*...... 8:35: ::51" ( : BAKERY: ,
) farmer after hearing Gen. Hampton N, Range 27 taken E:-from KM) acres the ;south also Wednesday I li........ ;.1'1": D:3iThursday : .. In Black! Silks at 75 cents! u yard-worth Centre Street, m
made earnest his old colored 50 acres 7.......10.0-1: 10S":: : 2J old 1'
an appeal) to hide, of Section :Township' 3 N, double-at J. & T. KYDU'S.JSlack Opp.. ._O.Building..
.. ....10:53" 11:15 ------- --- -
8 .. :
friends he announced to his better half his Friday,
Range 27 E:... ----- -
)" T It Y -& ,
pt $ ;
intention of voting for the General. IUs "'. B. McClelland wife to John AKB1VEU.Sept. French Cashmeres

spouse became indignant at his defection H. Higginbotham- ; SW J of NE: 27-Sch. C. R. Flint Cook, Perth From ;11) cents :11 yard ul'ward-splenllid

from 110 party," and, notified him then and 1 of Section 2, Township. 2 N of Amboy.Sent. .alu-ut J. T. KYDD'D. A W. LOHMANN'S ; '
.. 130 00
20 I'to: .
Range acres. _
there, that if persisted in his: intention :27-Sch. Jo:. H. Harriman: Smith ------- _.
The Florida Land and Immigration Perth .
that she would \.e him and let him paddle Co. to John U, Sauls ; NW J of Amboy.StPt.:9S.. S. City of Dallas, Risk.: New Prints at 6 Cents. -FAMOUS: '

his own canoe. To her surprise the old NH quarter of Section 4, Town. York A case of first-class Prints worth 9 cents, At

man replied "All tight, Ieabe, leabe, take tlo ship 2 N, Range 25 E: ; 38.03. : acres WJ 57 Sch. 2!>-Sch. E.: H. Drummond Higgins; just received J. &. T. KyimV.' Prepared Flour. '

Boston.Oct. -- ---- --
road. I works do farm I pays de rent an nuf
County Convention. I-S. 1'. City Point, Creaser, Charles --
ooman da waite for me now. You can robe Brick
}'EItS. (DINA Ft.*., September 2S, 11<11i4). ton. Lime,
youself:; (rom ills cabin rite now." Findingher Oct. I-S.P. II. 11. Plant Fitzgerald; Cumberland foment ONLY FIVE CENTS: PER I'OUND.
The Democratic voters of the various dis- ,
liege lord above being bulldozed by his dricts in the county will'nlt't.t at the places Route Plaster.

weaker vessel the old woman succumbed to designated by the several committees for the (LEA RED. Hair,

the situation and the old man in peace was purpose of electing delegates to a County Sept. 25- Sch. Adeliza, Peterson, New AT S\XPORX & HOYT'S. f-tf AT OLD 1'. 0. BUILDING.
Convention, which is hereby culled to meet York.
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thenceforth undisturbed in his pl.llitlcall'ref. at Callahan' on Saturday, October 0, 18SO to Sept. 25-Brigg Rabboni Coombs, New
erences. York. Just Received : II. E. DOTTEKRR,
nominate one Representative! to the State
, -- ---- Legislature, on account of t tht non-accept Sept 23-Sch. Matthew Kinney, Estes, 200 barrels Flour.

IVa&a-Meddaugh. ance of (J. Stark. Wilmington. Del. 300 sacks Com.
The Methodist church was tilled to over The districts", will be allowed the following Sept. 3- $Alexander Harding, Simpson 150 barrels Pearl Grist. FERN ANDIN.t, FLORIDA,

.t flowing on Tuesday night, the occasion being Representatives : New York. 100 barrels K. I>. Meal.
Precinct No. Fernandina...........11 Del Sept. 29 tx-h. Mary Helen, Crocker, New 50 boxe Bacon DEALER IN
y the marriage of B. Frank Waoa and .. No. 2-Amelia. 2 York. 300 bahm*Timothy Hay.

Miss i Mary Ruth Meddaugh, eldest daughter No. 3-liakerville..i Sept 29-Sch. William Wiler, Huntley, ;;0u sacks Oat A, B. Son Flue Family Ciroceriei*

: of )lr. and Mrs. J. K.: Meddaugh, all of this No. Cunevil.se.- 2 New York.

city. The bridal party entered the church No. 5.Harts Road.......... 3 Sejt.J-. S. City of Dallas, Risk, New For llmt. AND
No. A-4Xloin Branch...... 4 York.
shortly after 8 o'clock, the high contracting No. 7-KIn '1I Ferry... 4 IS FOBT. Two I tirst-classdwelling-houseeinthomugh PROVISIONS.Customers .

l .parties bt>ing preceded by Miss Fannie Med No. 8-Dunn's Creek...... 2 Bark Francis (Fr.) desirable repair| in good neighborhood residences.and esi|Stables>eciaily .

daugh and Miss Louisa M.I'aas as bridesmaids No. 0-Callahan............. 0 Bark Imogene (Kng.: ) would be provided as summer if fCtuin'll.pp1y to
I and Messrs. J, flunn and R. E. No. lo--L.lliginbndhani3 Bark Mentor (Ger.) 1'LORID.Towx IMPROVEMENT COMPISY,
No. 1l-Dutton. 3 can rely upon getting CHOICE
Bark Guiding Star (Br.) Hotel.
Hines as gnCI1I1I11t'n.fier the ceremony, H. J, BAKER, Chairman. Brig Arcot. Opposite Egmont

which was performed by Rev Mr Atkins, J. A. KUWARM, Secretary. Schooner E. II. Harriman. GOODS asNOTHING
Wanted at Once: r
-- Schooner C. 1C. Flint.
in an impressive manner the bridal party
JV vf,ift Meeting. Schooner E. H. Drummond. 30 barrels Florida Syrup.
4_ proceeded to the residence of the IJrhle"I(1r. Schooner l'I'' Lewis. 300 bushels: Seed BUT THE: FINEST: BRANDS:
The Conservative's and Democrats of Fer Potatoes.A.
ents, where a reception was held. Schooner Della Russell II. XOYEH,
nandina Precinct are requested to meet at
The happy couple have the best wishes of Hibernian Hall at 8' o'clock on Thursday Schooner Win. Ivilsou.Schooner -----
Thomas. l Holder.F Public> Schoolotlcf.. are kept in stock.
the Mirror. evening October 7th to appoint! 11 delegates
/' --.--- to the County! Convention which meets at -- -- The public schools of Nassau county will "'. K. U.\.ITKXIGIIT,
.' The 11. n. Plant Callahan on Saturday, October {...It.r. '** r8.lr be opened on the first Monday in October, AGENT
tl \ N, THOMPSOX, steamship: sly uf Dull',, from New except in those districts where the patrons ,
The fait and elegant steamer 11. K. Want
l Chairman Ex: Com Fernandina IVecinct. York : I'hilil' Lavtey, U. Stark Miss J. prefer to commencts earlier. Applicants for WHOLESALK AKD BKTAILBUTCHER $
which has been engaged to run in place of l'arlctnn F. \\ Carleton Miss E.: McLead. teachers' certificates can beexamiiicd lot AND STOCK DEALER: :

the Florence between this city and Brunswick I"amlgratlo"otf's.. Miss Mary *J. (' UI Ity ***!'". C. K. lIoL"3njiss any day by culling on the superintendent| at ANDIealer

made her first trip on the route yesterday Letters received by the commissioner from Alice llogan Ju.l 'e J. W. Knott, Irs. T. Y. Callahan W. A, \hIlOSE\, In lee.

TheVanIs a new iron boat and was September S 17 to September 21 : 1'blrhla,13; Gates C-ushen., il.with Muller child John born Ur J.l'k\\'l"ld.H. Gates W., W.M. Supt. of Schools.) TENNESSEE: BEEF SPECIALTY; 'a_

built last winter under the j>ersonal super.vision Pennsylvania, Wisconsin; 2 ; Vermont Hawkins, W. H. Rosenberg: Rev. D. Spenur s URSCRIRE; TO THE MIRROR. $2 PER BROOM STREET WHARF,

of Capt. Fitzgerald, Wilmington, 2 ; Connecticut, 6 ; Illinois, 3 ; Texas 1 ; D. S. Dyer, Porter IVrrin. Mrs. 11. S. annum : fl for six montlis. 19-tC FERNANDINA. FLA. '



Florida mirror
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 Material Information
Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: October 2, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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--- -- to the Imdios and, baggage, that camo ashes rui: I:....,TlU.Y OUKSTIOX.KVKnvilllXel ;
resumed work tlieticxtday.t -
YI" I'.Kcambta. The strikers \
7 ; I
( : sriTL NEH s. much 1 b from the IVw (Via,---The grand-jury h* >4 -
; ."... The cotton was: not injured as .
rl"li.lt'llI'l'"l'ltl.'r ,
:rI", I>IFT).-In this city at hot crop) .. AT V HT\NltsTI: 1.1. AT RVVOSV)
.+ ;r, (; 1"1 ....,tlC/lila. day morning at lH! I minutes to I> cluck, of the :-tnr1l111" valat first t t i<1\1'1"\\ l..1.-Uol.dl'r.f i all who participated; in picking' up thin/ IxltONAT1uFFI.TitT TUB: HFFUXCK:
ttl{}: \')';a'Rr' ; uteningitisIr. Lewis Kahn, aged 44. olth{' leach summoned, 1\I\lloe Inking l'\'I- IH' Tt'axFV.
of .
,: \There) is talk among the young men organIzing ..Vfnrfoii.If
a silver cornet band in Gainesville.! For many: years has Mr. Kahn been a the white Ropublio.ui aro not ashame: dene'o !so as to' ascertain who has the \"nhta- Tin IienuToii Timrf c >rrii! oinlcnt. at (iravosa -
iV-, business man in! Pensacola: : and bios. Tho matinee given l by the L-ulie. ! I v,"r= The rcvlml11 the Methodist: church prominent ; of their party why don't they parade' : will --- : telegraphs) : "F.vcry: thing at
: ... ...} for his probity of life by every \1enuritl.lssufiation. last night, for thl'
lat week and with was esteemed here days 0 : still,, j pending iustrmtions! from the |rovers! ,
continued throughout it ? In the procession! !ome an
,:f' onebut noire particularly was be known benefit of the (oiifeslcrato! monument, (vasnuts.t. 11 which cannot: arrive for t\\'lIllaYI."
!*'very satisfactory resultse! understiinel.yrhe not a single white f.uewas \isible. NesMnnstuy t
; : and loved by the Hebrews of our city t to Jihn.1'nlty.\\ .\ it 1: \(1\:4\ e-orrcsponde'iit of the Manche"
; ; \, ball nt dopers Hall lat Friday: night [ they will have another l'ar.Ilt''l'(
+. 4in honor to (5ov. llloxham, was a very ploa- which ela: s he was connected! )by ties of I shall keep sharp! : ( look mot I tier t tjie !t.ill( or'Jtiwhite : '\! ..Sumfrr.The terfi"'idiisays,/' :
).Sf ant affair, and redacted much credit upon ufllnity and consanguinity.i Ailniiuf. men that they dlill1.wil1. for thRepublican .' canal: enterprise, to connect Tjikerillln preyed! nt the( insulting\ eleftance( (of the Porto,

., .1 its projectors, Dr. and Mrs Noland. The At the (County Contention at Kscambia: : : ticket in November." 'Prof( '('111t. < and, Harris at Loesburg! n distance Dr and it 1 is believed, that iho Turkish frigatootlDiihlgiw '

'.$;'.(Oovernor anil several other distinguishe-d; 11I'1.t l on :SeptemberMst: s. I U.! Mallory was to (the front of the column.--Arttr Ihl' half a mile, is receiving new advocates .lai.,1 ) : is: employing the time gained by

,' "v' nominated for the senate, and II. D.I lyrne, Hancock IIn.1 h'. If our IIl'rl'haIl11l.II'alllhnat; : men IIl'JIII lot iOIlO in !:\ 'III J"rl'l..l"l'C''> "
I gentlemen were prl'll'lIt.-lkr. speaking last Thursday 11
"' A. C. ulltl' N.i.ic: \\'(,,,,ti were nominated Interest t i In ; to the C
';,: t Tip1'l'lI Ble'xhallhll1: was i\'t'll. in which the ;y"lIth railroad nun will take a lively A PrMl'i \TClt Rn'uter'l'elttlra11t mipany
q r .y. fJ.;,; ',.', 1lrvidford. for the assembly. .\11011 tin first t bal bo of
"t participate! the enterprise, the work can easily IK from llcrlin in ictVrencu! to reports!
of ( ':
has travele-d over and beauty
a ; J. .\. Lewis, who miunty
f' iw.ey. lot. A resolution was passed instructing complishod.' -Mr. c'. it. Ovorhaunh has c!I- the nb.iudoniiiMit.iif tho naval: demonstration
shlr mit of BruMor.1 'rritur within the pastmitt' 0".1' ltlllllf'r.
'i '' Sh thl'ir' members to support' t', \\ Jones for Motit'oe.The tahlishc-d a gu.iva jolly .factory: III"alaha; : Buys : It is eloclaroil in well-informoil\

; r';n1)mgAhebesteverprtstueeliiithe,. United States: Senator.:; -dmitte. !steamshipillit: \ City, ('a 1'1. Will J..I'I'. with a capacity of prn.hrciug :2Ino' ) glasses! Dr tin les: ilmt( nosucliintclligcmc has miehcdhero.

? Tho of land in 1 i':i- ,. cenmty (! ; (tyat' ijprie-o erected Mr. Davis! and and. nndyforshipmcnand to the lnipen! William oceurred -
advanced twenty-live! per e-ent. within, the building) by cattle for CJibara, Cuba.-Wo have had :1 week saw! fifty cases: ing an appeal

':j;(" 1iasZ"'ycar.'' Within the next year land(lying other, near )11.1'11':1":1111.I : tilr a ('It'lIIelltt.- succession: of !showers I for t the Ind. t ten .1.I iy-4. a 'quantity: unpacked. .\ rl'a1loIllarkt't last! work iuuDulcigno therefore before( the

I ;:'t along! the belt will he held at Iea-t t tadimcnt, has. been finished t and is now -(dipt. Wynn, oomm.iniliii: ; the N.IMIStation ., is f.'IIII.1111 New York for nil till' jl'lIy madi. question! rcu lieu( its present) crisis! 1
1, .,1 ltypercent.( 11111prl'lIl'n prie-cs. If lira..I- ready, for" the machinery. This will be" anintp'rhant : left on the last t Nejv York !tit with all (the l'' '-

: \ tord county does not present! a line I field for, industry in our midst: and wo to \isit and bring out his family: from. Ma- tioncd, elsewhere, hate procured land f"r : adhtres, totho pre |cst t against t (tint Pa

file man of means we would. like to know hope soon( to have the pleasure of see-ing the l'al'llIl"dI1l.-TIIl'( steamship: Mirijitfcl'' at. truck garde-ning. The y Intend to plll1t !Him." *

where one better can he f.lIlIlI1.-1.Int cotton machinery. at work.. The enterprise( I is in I rived on S.iturd.iy:; last from. \ Ha\ana wilh t twenty-live* acres In tomatoes alone, 1111.1 Tin: Hilt(''l'ror of her molly, replying! to t tinullan -

the and there can I about 1 l\I'rl'l111 vt'getallts.-.I.h'enrr./ appeal mado by the has expressed:
y' the hlllll..of right patties: '11":11I:01. and with the foity-cight the forty \
.J' is now se-lling for two cents per' poundmoreinot t I:! ( : :
market: than it has solfl for in any other bo no doubt ns to its success.! -honing the'lst I'ame over last. week mi the, Meamer! C"M/'. Sincanncc. his regret that the necessity for executing:

r ; .town in the State during the present! !season. week a great many bales of cotton have wo have: 1K! ) within the I short >picoofteidays. ': Troy is progressing' : as is evident by uttr the I I treaty t of, )Rorllfi i pit'eludes: panilo; action

is now n well ascertained fact (that been brought to town and tho face: of. our They all find, work in tho cigar fa'- advertising c-olumiis, Two' ste-ame-rs: a wI'l'k on hit purl "

.radford z.It, county has produced this: !season merchants hogin" to wear a brighter; appear) t..ril'1I.-The cane: crop on '1'\\1'1\'l."lIIill' arrive uII.I.Jt.l'art. from her wharf, and the Tun Pails coi'respondent! III'> t the I. mdouYiiuvtclegrapluslWtdnesday

: kr. the largest !sweet potato and sugar cane crop ance.-(J
before. )t1 Ir. Fran: able them Illc !'trndlnll'Jlo the French ..\ellllimlllot to lire
ever made beforeWe want a l\tt'lan,1: Iii 1181)0 I'i7ilgll.1ir.1'hc'phnluv I ever known there boats not being to curry up

't we want: a live man with the1 me-ans to builil, ) Hi ginhtlthulIIullol.ll'it t. I Hoiiith is erecting a largo steam sugar mil, river to the Ilil1'.'rl'lIt landings,-The :Sivvuunco : a shot in, tlneeve11tuf, (lie bombardment of .

{tail the capacity to keep it utter it 1 is fin- i7.l'l1of liernandue'unly, visited Tampa the and there i is talk of :several others.--Th(' (:iiinrds have received their! arms an.1 1lI'I'oulrl'III1'IIIi I Duh igno, have not Veen' plainly avowed. until

.-Ftnrke Tilfyrnph.Columbia.,. week and !says! the storm in that I'olllllr; date trees of our city are full of fruit, scarcely : : from the adjutant cl1l'rlll this: evening. Tin1)' are justillod on the

did great damage to (the corn, cotton, !sugar. I a tree grows (that equals\ : it in IlI'alllr.- 1\11I11I1'l' now, thoroughly organized with ?'\. > ground that the e-oii\"titution dcl irs the

I'lln:/ KH'KJI( camo In Iron Woodward. l'IIl'laill-U"lIttili. President from declaring: war without till'
|Duriiig the woc-k the merchants have been ('ntitit'Iur' : iigeer'ps.ilr.lrllitn.Fixmile Tho steamship) :
eottem. Prices have range.' Creek became' I fordahlo last wcel I Cuba: on Monday niiht.; She left shortly aiforwards '. VolltHlll.Wo 1\1I1Il'lIt of the thumb rv; Thl.1\ 'illl'iltlynn
buying .
about busy 27J cents a pound' Wo arc glad U and 'Tampa) : again! accessible, to our count I ; \ I for; Tampa, t tl/ loud with ,,'uIIIl'J"III .- regret to announce the death of Mr.[ ./. afterthought IIIICJ was ift'sttsl IItl"I'II..1 In defercmt'e oftIii'

sec that much of the !staple is from new friends east of that rl'lIII-Thl'! t orange cro]|' / fIt",''''. e G: KilkolV; of the firm of }Dreka) X ('u. of th tel the lately mill rl'ltllgt1Ullc'u
'. to Jo'rl'lIl' IlIh'rn.nlion III the
seed, and the preparation is unusually good, I in this county, and we belie\e also in I Ill' 0, ny( town, which took place at his: old hunt ', l.uJ.lI'l '
The South Florid.i 1 Railway: i is now 11 Oilpletetl EI tyro ipu'stion! ;
While it would. be to the advantage: of the adjoining counties was much less\ : damageiby Stssal'ras:1.1., on the Hub inst.Ir. KiI-
to within two miles of 01'1\11.1.,1111.1: TIn: 1.011111111 Thill', ill 1\ !leading. editorial
South to manufacture cotton good.I the the !storm than was at first !'Itll'l""l"I.- koll' was mm'h rcspccte-d! ( in thise-ommunit; ',
rails being laid every day ; on or bcfoithe (' says : "If 1'rllIl'e wt! baekfront giving
are his end from coisumpUon.
farmers are doing the next best thing, mime' Tribunr. and ally iJ r..t untimely
Leon. tir toftctoherthetraIu' will run toOilando. ( reality to the demon ration\ the l'OI\l'l'rt of
it laweeku t
material for shipment .
s ly I preparing' raw 11I extended to ( Chin the I", for, th prescut lit UII situ!.
in the best, manner l'O".ihll.-/lIkt City lieDuval. The Indies) Monumental Association \'l'ch'l'iell.1 .! Tho road will :Spring: (Snrdcn), to Inspect' the pngressos I powers
>ffmumnnt retch there in 1\ The ri.lienlu nf hl\\\11\ sailed 1 to Orll\'O4" for
to )phuv: the IA-OII County\ )' lotto Harbor and probably madowithin tho pat year, and fl'port

i 1H1rfl" in Washington !square( at the head. or year. .\ branch railroad: to be built fnu for thost Intcre-stod in (the place who wullltl! the 1'\\f1H'\ of tollillll' bark again, \\iII lit-

.ietit.ustns't, This we think is thl'lrlll''r the South Florida Railway tll< Ai>< pka.' hitch In the Irst: Itlltn t'l'to Fr/llll'l', hut the
(O.} W. Hawkins returned on the :21th! from like to know how their groves are gettlion.
place: for it, though there are n few who appear There issometalkof inovingtbo I I Mellon\ill I the other putvcrs, IIIU! Park where he leas: brewbttfdingadwkforMr.Sweetsernfh ) The! following are groves: noplantsl
near- Remington alifornla I to think otherwise, and claim thut the Hotel to Sanford, and fitting\ it up in otlll They have been 1\1\111.\ I by ],'rllll.'C', ana; have
,. : #
wOIII.ll'l' more "l'prnl'riatep1U'l' fur hotel( all the round. It j ? Outs heetriudtecito! l"lIIlt thct.Lseltey I t..
who to into' the stock business City Cemetery /ttylc a year Hamniond A Hall, .Vortli.inqiton;
proposes go : If Leon's'fallen heroes were burie. doing! no good to any one where it is, an } :last! ., partly budded..... ......... SIN tr'l'li a game of brag, whir him not Miccccdcel,
s if he can HHcecd growing:: suttablegrapcsy in the City Cemetery, and thin monunieii moved here and properly fitted up will bo /I I'. \\'. Lyman: Kenosha, Wis\: ....... 800) and could not 'have '('n pxpccted to succeed. .
The dock will be, with one exception: that :Mass. II
was inti-iuled. mark their last! rest uglacr! benefit and 1 u great conNcnicncc to man: : Twiner, Northampton" .. 1,100 It FiVC'ii vvouke power than Turkey
( )
the river 4K
of Orange Park, the longest on ,,, Mr. Ullss,
eleven hundred feet from shore.Union. .- the cemetery would bo' the place for it. I lIut and a profit to its owners. Ixl I the t..1 Mr. lrogg, *t 400 '' might safely\ venture t > snap her finger lit u

being as it 1 is IlItl'l1Ih..ll1otilllplr to point to the work g u on.-.\ cannon weighing( l M).) C C. :May mini, n 8K\() ) II Ih'II101t1ltrutloII'hlc"h.. s to bark but on n<>

; sod that covers theirboncs, but, to iM-rpctuati pounds( expected: hero from Jacksonville! :I Irs. Porrv II 800W. \ ( account to bite."
that he woul.lleave ) = II II
telegraphed 800KmclanditDrury )
C. McClenny It. Wells, '
lI'dal"l'tla: '. A PlaT has been ills ovcrctl at Podgoritzii
''t Virginia with 'Aft men, and obtainmore in the minds of their countrymen memory on the steamier (;run M Ilifl : II WK) II

in North Carolina, fur the contract olMct'lenny of their noble deeds, a public square becomes Mcllonvillo reveivetl its: last mail on \has Professor! ( '1111'1'' .. 'J
more oP1'ro1'riatl"-\\'C are glad to :Sunday.; Mr.( M(, J. Doybhaving resigns Ilottum, tt :i-tK! ) to11r.ltreudow : The principal Mohammedans there
& MuMurruy[ on the Way- "' II
'tsoW. I
vessel l learn! from the farmers that cross are turning as. postmaster! I preparatory' ; to moving hibusiness : \ : IItr. have been arrested, I-hiding the Prefect, at
cross Railroad.-The Norwegian ,, H. Welton, HIM)
Captain Madsen, bought several weeks!' ago out much better than was CXPl'l'tc..l.- to Ulti'rd, the Po.stmasteTienera .I Jtuell. of Iowa..r...... ............ (8M( ) III whose l house! tho con ironiislng; corrc-pond-

ashore the The lovernor's Guards", have formed in has discontinued the p post-otlico as uniuccswiry. :Mrs. lloute-ll! .............................. IKKIMr. ) II core vvasneizoil.Cencnil. !.
: by J. C. L'Knglc]; gone on Artillery( Department) and the cannon filr .Eolith Florilannnml. Barrett................................ 4oOMr. II
south beach )tau 1Mrt, about a mile below Khulmll............. .................. ,14M. A'etva.JIKIIIVI.M .
the Iwrnsidc lfou ('.-Col. W. J. Lawton, this purpose! was expected to arrive yesterday. The! lUpti-sts are moving in behalf of i L N. llawley, ,.......... 701) JV-rtf/H
.-Judge J, We.stcott, Jr., rl'lurnellII Wo learn uUnit' $.j(.) (It::'(. U\t his soil, Mcnotti, hays'resigned
who has the contract for grading, building!; new church building. W. I). Net'!, Ottawa, III.( ........,..... 450
...}e cross-ties the line \. t week from his'i it to the White'inl./ have boon subscribed(, and a building/ committee :\Ir.Iol"lu.: ................. .................. $\MM) IIH. their seats I.. the Italian chaiiilierofdeputies
:1 culverts: rind furnishing : on phur Springs: Virginia, looking as fresh as! U 1 filling:; is actively' .F. homes, Hpringflcld\ III...., 2,000 ., In doing 4, they state that they
..a: of the Pernandina Railroad from Panama aplsd7ilert.--Mr.' Mrs.r Clarke........ ......... .............. 41 rosebud l, but still a ha'II'lor.-/oid.'III. engaged removing the :acade'tny, lumber tithe are:! unable to rctnainjis dc|>titic.s: in a country
{ Mills: to this: city, will begin work immc Ji'I.r Most of I these groves: are in charge of ProiStonu .
of The new building I where liberty I ij trexlden under fo site the
.r with The force will be increased Levy.
ately fifty men. and Ir. W. A. VI/uk. Thu Prolessu!
,,' to one hundred next week, by which On Monday( the warehouse was literally' we hope will soon bo begun in real! carne'stness has been spending the sumiiK-r North, amMr. The real masons of liclr resignations, however .
time the shovels! barrows!, etc., for the remainder filled with good There were 1;:1.I0 barrelreccivexl : that t will guarantee\ early eomplction. : Cook has had, the full control .of working ts believed l tnfhet that Major Cangio,
rail and barrels the .-Sonic of mir gentlemen are preparing (icnefal (laribnldi'-f Kon-in-law, has lucnijlacesi
:' of the workmen will have arrived.Huau hy 1,100 by the *.-AyriculturtMt.Momentlo .
t Cu. have shipped one hundred steamship company. Of this! amount "Of the ground for early vegetable Now I III : I under arrest

and twenty-five thousand cigars this week. barrels were for thin place, and the balance the time to begin active\ work in this nee. Late New A PiMFvre'U (rout Herein to the LomloiiTimti

-Keno Is still booming along, notwithstanding for Tampa and other jioints euuth.Ir. R, tion.( -tytizfH; 'fit v bodies of the IInljrtullllte'Ictilllt! uC says the res It of i'rince Hillmar<'k'8

Mayor Dey's) frantic efforts to stop M t, Dozier the efficient agent, upix-aw'tf] The orange trees aro putting' out a line am]' the HinLvjii! River) Tunnel have nearly ull recent corre pondico and interviews: at

it.-Driving the piling for the new wharf get through; with the business! all rlJ.tIit.- vigorous new growth sinew thu htorm. Th been recovered.TIIK Frieilrichsriihe! wit skilled ce-onomists anti l lis

., at the rli1rllulI1l'l'ut l will begin on Monday. Mr. T'airchild shipped twenty cars of lumber )yemng trees will undoubtedly bo bcnclitesl : prLsoners in the jail al Grenada, Miss.! commercial CXJKT the projection of a

4 -Judge: Archibald has returned from Ft on last! Monday< for rernandina, to 1 Ite&hipiH-d by the thorough washing: and stirring up'. ct fire to thu building on the :2't Hh uI t. anti hill, to bo prcscn ..1 I probably ut the next

Augustine, the court having adjourned until from there to New York on the bark Guiding -Several good school teachers are wanted ill mad their ClCullC.| Two were billy session at time Pri. tan parliament, arriving

next week. : flie train yesterday afternoon St,,,. This I is Mr. Fairchild's first tshijiment In Orange county just now. Tin countyiiipcrintcndcnt turned at the foiindatioi of a state wurkingmen'

the mill erected this, ( i advertising for them in the of the assurance and in ual assistance: mH'icty. tecmpioycrs >
brought eight or ten settlers! from from his recently: un TIIK ( unlotalltlI1ll1.le! ('orn'l SUM side track from .'aifl'hil.l'Hmill -Willcox 1 is the name, and M. that f l which laborers ai, will be hound
I."t, bound up the St. Johns river.- bland.-The llrjftrtff. f>)iidon Timei telegraphs journal as -

... anti I'm. to the main track of the railroad iicompleted I Conwuy the postmaster of u letrntly: established I ows! : The Uritish bark ttmtlio*, Caj.t. Da- to contribute. Tj IJ iiystuiii will to the first

.. The workmen at the machine shops of the and will carry twenty cars ol( (Mist-dice at Hine-lair'; .'.& 'try. Tho \ i'l. front IViiHiicola.nn May 4th, fromTrandork tried in Prussia.

Florida Central Railroad have just! completed lumber. It is: a WJOCll'i'e workmanship! [>copleof that ne-i
..; seven new fiat-cars for the road, and for' which the principal credit is due to Mr. tccomiu' iliitesl by the new arrangement.Itrjiorter. .- 'oust of Java.A villa a member r the Api ellate Court and

are at once to build a number of new boxcars. Chandler Martin.-Mr. ".. R. Lewis h PicrtTii from Key West to the .\II"'xIuh..ll'rl.'II.'I president "rulI.11Ift of Assizes in the cun. '
this road has fish house the turtle crawl ot Putnam. ton of Tienea, Its been murdered: by the
During all the years building a near state that the re-mrts of the
| prev
been in operation it has never owned a single the Cedar Key Ice and Fish Company. Mr. Putnam county U singularly fortunate in deuce of yellow fever at that place arc utterly [teasants: at tibrJlU, near Lugorr

I ; box-car or passenger coach, but these Lewis is entering largely into the fishing business her! escape! from the detttrueti etfexU of the false. The Island: I is | rfcctly healthy. THR Dublin C'frettjxjndent" of tho London
of '
needs are soon to be supplied. The work and hasalreadyacoiwlgnmentof latelIgtL.t gale. Froii| all parts There[ has not betsr u single case of yellow Tin** says the s to of the country has been

. will be under the immediate supervision of barrels l, for that puriKwe.-The fUhing season county: we hear ur good l croj". Cotton: willie bin MeiiHon or Iant.AexJOBDixo mxiously con erect IJ). the executive'

!w Captain McElroy, the master mechanic and has oK-iied| end our fishermen are quite over an averagt'.J.\ ) Corn has alreadyMjeu Dally cein ferrnc have been held bcUtrtvii

master transpoatation, and when finishedthe active in getting nets etc., really.--Mr. II. ) house The cribs, we are told are'nil : to advices received the Trwut- he member of he government, but no d<-

will be in every way equal tothose Winter shipped on Monday ",(.10 cubic feet up to the top, and the sweet jx>titt<, PropS try Department at Washington, the Haw chl..ll&ctlon ie taken before the cabiiut
new rail Fer- larger) than ever before Tho orange tropn liian government has iniMj) etl a duty of 2\ Council 1'rivatj account the state of
road in this! fOuntf) A new (twenty-two) cars) of cedar by to nay
on any has also been purchased, and la nandina, tAt be reshipped from there to New this. county will he larger than that of cuts |*cr pound on rice. The treasury olllials he West Is ver, ilarmlng. It is well knowi
ast --We do nut m-ollect t<, ''IaveeSlll'rll'II't'Cll1l1cla nay this will stop the importation of
here by the first of November. York by the Mallory line of liWaIUl'nJuumal .- season. hat other land refs are markeel for ausaef-
expected ice into that for renhipment to the
Mild, delightful weather, r country
E .1 of iron ii on the way here, latioii and wit shot on the first: op|>ortu-
Another cargo luring the equinox, as we have this Sj" 'nited State's freeof duty a* Hawaiian proluets. -
JIad Quantiti of have been
several other cargoes are expected on. tity. anus brought .
l 1' while colored of ember.. The Heather is charming. It may uto the count .
I Mr. Oustave Jaenicke, civil engineer John 1J. Maya, a Republican
[shortly.-with- his: crew, will leave very soon Mostly Hall District, has declared himselfan lot, however, l lie too late to have anotherlow I A DcMiMKtTio; State mventlon: of New

D a: of surveying the Florida lndej>endent candidate for the legislature. < which may cootie down UJK.II us litany fork wds held on the :nth ult. at Saratoga, hool Mot tee.
(or the purpose time.- (.,r the of noinlnuting a candidate Thu lx-hool ! Railroad from this. city to Lake City. He does not like the way Fagan fixed the Jltrall.St. I lu'1MJot
Central the l'Ur'tOheof establishing thing up in the recent convention. Verily John*. f<>T the Chief Justiceship! of tbeCourt of AI rigs in Fern i lira on the lint Jo'rI'uy Innonth.
is fur '
+ finite The biirvey which: will U put up aa soon asJthe the colored people are opening their eye to Gen. Nevin, of New York, who was In I IloulI.\ (V>iiipkte hamoriy lre'nIWcliJt..tw.t'n eVfryalt'ruat. commencing FrUay
_ posts' .lie and anti Tanrnany factions.jKecheii be 1st lJrlk"tll 'r, anti in Callahan on the*
eunpteted.---The, steamer the fact that their leaders only care for S their he city during the week has chartered l the Tammany -

; survey ii twenty-five bale of cotton vote*.-:Madison has at last hud a strike, yacM .iuaa, and contratte-l withCapt. It. A. I were made by John Kelly, Amawi ti".t. Haturiljyoiomeiicin; u every alternate"iutuithr

\\Fhri>li brought forshipmentNorth and a real one at that. Lu t Tuesday morning 'net-ill, to take him south as far a* Key I J. Parker and oth y.., coiixnttulating the : t i first HatunLiy in Ni"remOt -

.;: [down the riverThursday the Tttat sailed before thej'iorida : all of the hands employed at work on the Ve>t. They left yesterday afternoon (kit- arty iij-oii the harmony now existing in lwr. )

.. [\by the Te.ra"5 the cotton will\ be held hereimd Court House except two struck fur higher e"oAl Nevin is upi>fIKC..1| to be a detee- I hat state, Hon. (1iai.11'. ICapallo one of J/ oJ'llerfJl, t 9 $ohool laurel.W .

': arrived, next Thursday. wages.; On the refusal of the contnu-tor, Mr ire, employed) by the I'nited) Ktaten! gorrnnient I t"e present Jll- tit'elf of the Appeal 1 bench : \ .t. MAlloJKY',

: shipped on the HtUa Harris, to raise their wages they quit work f> :1it..4rtaln! what he can In regard l ran: nominatetl on the first, ljall.>t. l' Hupt. of HchooLi.

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I 4 g'r; LITTLI: : I.\-I.'I:; i the other? "'lSWril! .rl'Il water" -, and\ you I f walking with< hi"*'-aid left her: ,to the cnre, of '!pokons-'If she was coiis<'louv t1rtit that. I'M u Jo-sett -tiUat; large. His wife has hand the I

.' n .. I can: put youtf' bind, on: Ill)' shoulder, and Paul (iossettthe. was: alike surprised and I she toft had made a mistake. In the '\ t111otenc r own 'fortune, of .X2.iiKM( ) to

'4 keep your nviutli ahoy1' water comfortably. pained. Had "she had'an opportunity of minute which flap)st'l h.'for dinner! wa bonk." ("
A: hotll1t'oltajf'thatch : quaint: and old, till the 1III1Cllillll8\ :; :* speaking 'llil alone" she would have' '' announced ( 'raid bad lu'O\'II'11 lioJJi tit 'Then Gerald'Mayfield! sent I f'IJrll) to

Its srown thick with ;green*" aim gold' With tlfl'' tr t\pel.t\ of liclptlose: at hand: frankly asked. him if she had offended, him, I hock that the meeting had] gin'hfll, his partner!
And wind sow n graces! ; the man regained )his courage amid was soon but beseemed to avoid all opportunity for an I| was enabled, as 1 he tool hum 1\1]. 'follottlie .Find out the address, of GOSH-U! the defaulter's
I'm hanged it I stands, : in sun and ruin, able to dispense with Herald's! help and to I : and. from pride, \ she. lead, she had gin'l him, and to talkto wife. Place X.VI to her l'II,1, at a

And seldom through the quiet lane '. !support himself until the boat came up, and j, l'xllalati"II'/ talked gayly uIlli'l"r( who I her as an indifferent a<'|uaintance. Thc bank ; advise her anonymously anHe .

A footstep( passes.( he was taken on board. Herald swam gently .i Wl II\n '!I beside her.: Hossetf! had from the I'ar"'li, a llifgeone, and the l'OIV'rsntol equal sum will be! paid in quarterly.

Yet here my little woman dwelt! hack, and bv the '{jllll' he readied the cove first understood that he had I I rival in the Ihrc'I'( g'nlrll They sure it is done, so as to be untraccablc. loorcmemnler
And saw tin- :-hrlll1lof winter molt: the man had already: ] begun to dress. Her man who had saved, his life, and dimly g.. timer upon ',(,(.t?-the opera, our\'lrmhol when I frt proposed

From mead and fallows ; III d'!! clothes lay close( to where he was bit fathomed the motives that actuated him in the last: new book, the parliamentary)' !struggle coming out here. J
And heard the yellow hammer sing t ting i for. at Ilfraeombi alfresco dressing i is i leaving the coast clear for him. the Hi-rby which was to be run \ the It was nearly tla'c after tins! thatGerald

A tiny welcome to the spring the rule, the t two or tlll'Cf' little wooden boxes "Til man is: I (Juixotlc ass," he) said toIl morrow. Not t a word, was said of lllracombe. Mayfield( was hrrlkliltl at his clii! ,,

From budding sallows. ''''I wheels I being uOicieiit( fora tithe of the, "I I believes she likes him, and he chatting( with the tll' Presently
bathers. i is tirll\\'illJIIWI\:< dmIU'l'i: ; but oolcrI I:Mr. Ciossct H not here," Gerald I said looking I boy, l'I\le in a note for the
,"She saw the early mynlns sky As he approached the man stood up and,l I ( way the better.' round the table. latter.
JJlusli with a tender wild rOje\I '(' held! out his halid. At end of the week Herald) came. into "No ; he promised to tome, but he is so "Ah," he said! ('i it, 'the

Above the! larches( ; "I owe YOU )my life," he said ; another the tit of the hotel late one eve Iut the bank, he could not get away, and Taunton Castle! is ul'the 111.; I have been
And watched the crimson sunset hurt few !seconds and I should I ha\egone under." ;IIlokill. Hoss-ett.to"l was alone there. For time as Ir!'. lItt'rl11 i is a cousin llC mine, I was expecting her for some : Hy what we

Dehind the cummer phones of fern Yes! ; it was: a near shave for you." Her- they chatted indifferent matters, und 1 theniossett able to (llle II Otc." hear it i! possible that Hossett! that fellow
In woodland arches aid answered. IJut there was no difficulty ( .Oi When dinner was! nearly' over Maud said ; who swindled the bank in London, is onboard

in saving you ; It was! not like jumping\ oil abridge "I I !lli.I I don't see more "YII; are not looking well, Mr. Mayfield. and we hal put our hand I on him us
My little woman, gone away for n shrieking woman, or into the 1111 sorry al\va out and I \olIlt : he lands. I go myself, for I have: very
To that far land whi<'li knows, they say, sea\ when ship is running before a gale. I you H'l'l upon myself> s as free -\. lutrllr I have not l'l'CI'lli(' wllIr.: (iossett, important casein court ; but we I'hnl have

No more sun setting ; saved your life certainly, but, it was! with no .May I tusk," Herald( 1 1al. a moment's'pause for some time. O\'r\ork, I am him:'
wonder if her gentle soul, more trouble(' nnd risk than if I had been "if engaged Iftrr to Miss goimj abroad to Australia SllpOll' probably Wh)' do you think he I is on board?,
Securely resting at the goal, you are : can't be sure, nut( in fact
!standing on !shore, and had thrown youa Heneage?" 1 for some years. "Ofcoule we
fins learnt forgetting I rope. after what I owe you," Maud[ looked; up at him they are doubtful at home All they say is
I'I I was a fool to swim out so fur," the man said\\el, do like there to be ( UOl't For IOlel'lr!', Mr. Mayfield? Do you that there i is :passenger onboard who5l'lml
My heart wakes up, and cries: in vain, lot any 'ul'cII. address und to have had
said ; but hnve been out as far before. I ment between There is and, for 1'lmit'? to have given no ,
its ,
She gave me love I gave: her pain suppose there was !'ollIrIort: of a tide, for some time, sort of engagement, between, bl'l'l us.It Yes, :Mrs.( nos et I have been restless no belongings! in England, and the description
While she was living ; after I turned did not seem to make any I is not I because and ! actually
I knew not when her spirit lied, : an engagement with of(;ossett, Still.
WIItowllrl "bore. going to a branch of business! : out accurately tlift
her mother to and
But those who stood beside her, said "' objects long l'lJagl'lelt Opl'l ou { nnd shall
Tn tell you the truth, Herald said. "I i is anxious I that her not there. that Slot to go upon, we
She died forgiving.My thought you a fool when I saw you swimming marry u t :-hl' il t '-amud-twcuty.t So Is Mrs. Mavtield here? Of l'oUleohe ha't to be very l'ureful.
out. One far from 1 'Ol h "What time think the Taunton
ought never logo wit hOll ?
dove ha found better rest understand, there is no avowed engagement, goes 10'on
a shore at any of these watering places till one although in point of fact it ( to the .Mrs. :Maylield! Do you think I nm married Castle will he II going down to meet
And love the nest
yet empty, : has: found tint; all about the set of the tide. secret 'olll'S two ( her as I have an old friend on board, and Ishaft
She left negleetid same thing. us l\I\I1'
t tread the path the; trod There, IIn'ou are dressed], I should advise! now, ,II11 I llIllllllot I i"l you Ic\\'l'1, hit 1 know She notice the Christian: name. look out to see if'ou men succeed in
very tl'l "
home you to run back at I'hurtpa\ ('(', for your that I can lint mentioning it ",\tc01 not? their capture
And k in her with GodAm rch'1'01
a new
I ? lips are blue, and you look pinched allover, or notii ing it'illll"\ : In few weeks "Married: [ I nlarredIVho! could have "She ought to be in by eleven'Gerald
\ and drink strong cup of coffee directly von she within six liolth' of I three-and- told you such a monstrous! thing?" sat some little time over 11 breakfast -
get' in.' wilc Fur full minute Maud did not answer.Shewas after the chief of the constabulary had
If it were hut the Father'*) will tWlly, Ihl:1 it will be publicly an 1
To let me know she loves me\ still, "I will take your advice, the other said. nounced. looking down into her (plate, and left
This l1t'hlnllIrrow Hut when can I see you again ? My name (Herald was silent for short time, and the color had ;died out of her face. "I must save him, if possible, for her saks"

I Would turn to hope, and I could say, I is! Hossett; and am at the big hotel. then saiil, quietly) : I "I heard it mentioned." she I said. cr- he said, to himself at last. "He i is a swindler

I. I'erchance she whispers| : day by day "My name is: Maylicld, and\ I am staying 1 nu are a fortunate;, I suspected tainly someone said so. I suppose! I. : t there, too." that so from the' first\a1 time I mistake. There was nothing monstrous in loves him, and that is enough for me. Even .
"I don't know why, but Itlon'tIikehbu," i1'Ilr. And now I will say goodnightand l1'Ol it." if she did not love him I would spare her

Herald said to himself as he looked after good-hve. I am going up to town tomorrow .I would be' monstrous to me," Herald. the disgrace of his trial and punishment.At .

And high; above the clover) plain (Hossett, as he went up the steep path frolu 11'ill you say guud-b}'e for me to said, "lielieve me, Mrs. Hossett, whoever eleven o'clock Gerald !stood on the
The clouds! are men ; the cove. "They say that a man you have Mrs. lleneage and'her"daughter?" may henceforth tell you that Herald Maylield wharf watching the Tauntou Castle coming

Across! the 'fields: she used( to know saved: from drowning is: sure to do you some ".\ very stroke," Paul iossett 1Ili.l, touihmsclf'us is married, you can tel them it is not alongside. Near him stood a couple of con-
The light break, and the wind sighs' low, harm; not that I urn a 'fool enough believe 100.1 euut out. Now something of so. I shall never marry \' ." stables. lie knew them, as both had hl'el

I '. Jt"'l',11I1II1 forgiven." that. doii'tlikchim., Somimohnw'orother, the same sort the other side u1ll think the For a I time no further word was: spoken. engaged to more than ole fraudulent -
--From Soiiil Jr.d, should say he was: shifty. Hut, there Idare game's mil'. He's hard hit, and won't The color did not return to her cheek. Presently debtor hlnt1 .

say its prejudice: and !that he is: ngood fellow care about seeing us after marriage ; Ill if she said : I hear from Captain ld'rl that) you are

Till RIVALS. enough, though' certainly not a strongman, he does, and, i happens to come out, it won't I 111 going to ask you a strange question! on (he look-out for a passenger."

anyway. matter then. one I !'ohouh not ask w'rl it not that YOIrl' \ "Yes sir, we hope so, but there doesn't
4 Physically! the man did not look strong! and that, perhaps!!-perhaps "
There are gayer and\ more fashionable watering The Il'xt morning at tl''lkfa l, he saidcarelessly ;111" seem much certainty about it.
and the world did not trouble itself as: to his meet It i is as well to
places than llfricombe, but I there are to :Maud I lleneage c : we "hll tot again. As the ship came alongside Ocmll'a oneof
\ jiono that offer such attractions to the lover mental strength. PaulGossctt managerof ; "That queer) fellow Mayfield went up to dlrI misunderstandings. Why did you the first to leap on board. He looked
) of the beautiful. Nowhere does the sea the :Metropolitan' Suburbank Ballkagoolll'o.itioll town this morning lie 'nskrd me to saygoodbye ( Ifrarlllbl"so !suddenly ', without eversaving hastily round, and among the passengers heat
break on such bold rinks ; nowhereare there for a man of his age. A 1ahuiar to you ulIlll\Ir.-t, lclH'all'." once: saw time man he was !searching for.
man generally, with, constant! smile amia "lias he for asked "May: I tell you the truth ?" ill and had
:such; deep, clear pool, such lovely seaweed, gone good lalt Paul Oossett! was looking grown
gentle manner. Much liked by his directors after short silence and Paul (iossett couldsee Mrs.: Hossett bowed her
such treu"ltrl'-Iof: seallowers and anemones, !! ; a hl'III a beard, but there was no other change about
and considered aery eligible man, indeed lhcc.uuse heard-of there's no
that she had .
, nowhere such a shore t) ramble ou and climb grown :suddenly pule."O l'IIr.-tC him.
over. In point of ,IriUIH.l!! excursions at Clapham, where he lied.lerahl yes; from what he I fancy his secret now-because: 1 heard from (Oossett "What is that gentleman's] name?" he

land and along the roast there lire few ( Mayfield went for a sharp walk wife had come back from some visit or other that 'Ol were engaged to him ; that you asked. lad who was standing near
I'l jilaces like it ; but its great glory is its sea after his bath, and most t of the visitors at and wanted him h01e.' had I h.'l'l engaged to him for months; and I Hopkins," the boy said

1', find its! rocks, its pods\ und its! seaweeds, the hotel had, finished breakfast when he "His: wife ? :\lul.I Heneage :said loved you "so I could not trust myself to see Then Herald went up to him with outstretched

such, too, was Gerald Mayfield's opinion ; went in. Half an hour later Mrs. Ilcncage:: Yl't; did he never speak to you about you again. hand. Gossctt gave I start, but a
and< he appreciated\ ittho more because he and her daughter came in dressed fora .walk. her Again she sat silent, and without a vestigeof gesture! commanding caution on the part of
I II". enjoyed tho beauties! aid( hunted for the sea As a matter of course he took his hat. :Maud( did not answer, nor did, she go out color in her face. There was 1 slight noiseat Gerald caused him to repress it.

1 weeils and anemonesith! Maud Heneage. 1Vlrutare! your plans for, this: morning ?" for her usual walk that morning."llarricd"she the head of the table, and a sudden f Ish1'lpl..l "How are you, Hopkins? What I timeit
'' I do not fl'clIllal( to much walking this : ( In herself she into her check
i They were not old acquaintances.: It was thought as! is since we met-ages almost How are
Bait U fortnight since tley had arrived upon' morning," :Mrs. Ilcncage said, "so I think I sat ninH in her room looking out on the are going," she said. "Don't come you?"

I It he outside of the coach from IJarnstable to- shall bit down behind the Lantern rock. sea ; married 'l'henshehunt I been utterly Have -don't see me"again before you go. lie spoke in loud tones, in order thlt the .
. ;ether Ho pleasant hid been that journey Maud will stay there with me, and in the mistaken in Lerjudgnentof j faces: ; amlvctasshe I your promise" ? constables, who were close by, '
'ta the young man thu' he at once decided afternoon we will go along 1 the Tor walks." sat there, she was unconsciously making You"have, he :said. \Vcl what sort of a. voyage have you I I.+
stay at the Grand Uriel, where Maud and "Yeryfl,1I Gerald said{: "I will see excuses: for him. Ilehad, !'oll felt sure, loved 'het (mud bless you, ( ('rut and make had ali how did you leave every one at
her mother were golig to stop, instead of you comfortably seated, and then I shall go I her, but he might have known it himself, VOl hall.. Say unythming you lke to meit home? .
j -oing into lodgings.'as: : he had before in for a walk inland, and be back to lunch." and when lie realized it he had ultogther is last time. It be very Paul Gossett had prepared' _,
t tended i Three minutes later, at u turn of the walk, withdrawn from her. He ought to have told I wrong. arrest at the moment of landing. ..
Herald Mayfield WOT junior partner in the they came suddenly upon Paul I (iossett. her. It was: wrong, yerHOllg; but 'c he Hod bless: you, my darling, my own lost that if any suspicion had ever been 'J

.louse of Mayfield >t Harper\ Australian und "Why, :Mrs. lleneage, this is indeed a may have leant no deliberate I harm He love May you be happy 1"A' that l'auhGossett and James ",\
I: Cape\ merchants Hi father had been the pll'II-1urt./: said. as! he shook hands: with might be unhappy with his wife, and so he spoke she rose! gave him her hand, one and the same person, that the .
;' bead of the firm, and. at his: death Gerald, mother and daughter, with a warmth that avoided the subject, thinking that, so long lookett full I in his face with u wan look of would he on the quay to arrest .

I who had just left cull ge, came into the bus.Enesx. .- showed that their acquaintance was an intimate as she was but I chance 1"IUli1tll'r,1 was sorrow and love, and was gone. lanl1l'11 He was therefore prepared
lie was now thirty, a tall, strongly- one. How long have you been down no affair of hers. $o, aching she \\hen she returned to her home she went came ; and after the
I Juiilt man, with a 91 let manner. Not a here? und how long are you going to stay?" made excuses for him, and blushed to t find !ltrll;, into the library, at which her husband start he recognized by the frt

1 1,1 f liandsome man, but with a good deal of Then, as his eye fell for the first time on herself doing so. was still busied with books and papers. of voice that Herald w'u trying to
'.1 + .haraeterandresulutisu: in his face. Until Herald, who was at this moment wishing in "I have no right to think of Iil," she He looked up. and fell into the lead. A man who
lie saw Maud[ Heneaghe had never been his heart that lie had arrived just too late cried ; "he is a mnrrh..lmu1.11,11wthing to "Hless us, Maud, what is: the matter? You months and years been running a

:really in love He hudalvvuys supposed that that morning to save his life, he recogni/ed me. Thank heaven I never gave! him cause look like a ghost." must necessarily have his nerves well
lie should marry someday or other, but had him to think I cared for him ; thank heaven, if "I have seen Gerald Mayfield, she said, control, and the constables, who
i cue on leading a tuiet club life, and had "..\h. Mr. :Muyfleld\ I did not recognize we meet to-morrow, I at least need not feelashamed. "and I know that you lied to us both. You short distance off listening: to the

been but little in tin\ society of women. you. I had not seen you dressed before, I is all over now," she said wearily told him we were engaged ; 'Ol told me" he tion did not for a moment suspect .

:During this fortnight!$ had been almost which must he m)' excuse. Do you know, after n pause "They say every woman was" murricii What have you to say? was forced. Fora few minutes they
continually with Maul Heneuge, sometimes :Mrs.: lleneage this gentleman saved my life meets her ideal once in her life; I have met said with a light laugh. so, mind then said :
e this: morning?'' mine, but he was anuther's.Vell, "Nothing. Everything is fair in love and Gerl
with her mother us a C>1u1'anion, sometimes already You I am only in
I'I Mrs. and :Maud uttered it does not matter who wur If we were not engaged, I knew we
Hem-age an
exclamation now.
with a of three! o- four others from tho! )
party; 1 marry should be I ings, but I have taken a room for )'
hotel occasionally by themselves! or rather of surprise. Six i months later the had the soon ; so was only anticipating
papers announcement the little." Hoyal. I shall see you later in the
hap roneol only by Jrs. Heneage, sitting It was a mere nothing. Gerald said almost of the marriage of Paul Hossett!! thing a '
: mflst go to )' office now
II .in the rocks In the dishnce! reading. Hy the \ rudely. "He was tired ; so I swam and :Maud( ; and upon the day that Paul Hossett, his wife said when you he of to my the constables, as! he
out to him, and he his hand J'I'lgl asked me to marry you I told you that f did l'en fll
with all put
4'iul of that time he. loied, her his word the notice ; May from Gossett, have gut
shoulder till a boat It is not appearance Hl'rlt not love you as u 'w should love man you your
heart, but as yet he hue hardly even begun came. field said to his: partner : she lan I Which is: he?"
to but that I would
i I to wonder! whether she vould in time come I11l'n tionlllg. "I have been thinking sometime, Harper was going marry, haven't got him, we aIn
:\1"lIlllookt'lt at the tone in give you what love I could, and would do \\e
.010\0 him. ill)) surprise! that it would be well if we had a houseof to. chap that aut
we put on
which Herald bail spoken, but Paul Gossett, my best to make you a good wife. You were '
Heforo l breakfast Herad always went for our own ut Melbourne. I am sure we very gent as you've been talking
content with the and said that
without the rudeness of terms: ,
his swim walking rouid to the ana apparently noticing increase I have youhoped
cove our
"hlulllalrt'ly husin's "What, my friend Hopkins? (
and believed the love I
.'oll1ln buck by the rowboat across to thc Herald's tone, went on : lot lately, and want a change badly woul come. "
\1 joke.
"No :Mrs Henea'c, it is of no use for :Mr. hoj>ed so too We have not marriedloigbutlung
[ier. He swimmer nnd his I what to out for
JI was n strong) ; you say going ayear "Can't be no mistake I
:Mayfield to trv and aside the obligation ) enough for me to see that suppose,
-custom wus to swim out(.through the mouth put or two and Itarln u house there? Mistake, man !11Vhy, I have
sir the little inlet iutothjrougfierwaterout- in that way. U was, I can assure you, most Once set fairly could take Purvisin your love is no truer than mine I should for l'aWc have been down at '

fide One morning! a ha her went out just I gallant action of his. And I am ashamed to as partner, and I could come back again..' have no right to complain that you gave no side together. In fact I saved his life r'
liefore him, wed bwuniisteadily sea yard.I say that I lost nW presence of mind, and was .You surprise ale :Maj'ti I think that more than I, und could have gone on with That's good] enough. quite
I I I *'That fellow will be git ing inlo u luesx," within an ace of drowning usl both." u branch (house l'l I hut I don'tsee liking and re.spect. That is: over forever. I people at home have It'l after r
rcIuetime wluhlll'I. find woirine lie gone a
I And he to you by -that ha'o11Hlllr .
proceeded you
story."Ktcusi ;
.c1erllt.1l1ahl to himself! 'he tide is running how we have noticed u
m and he will find in : > inv interrupting you Herald vou have been \ for time honor nor generosity. I wi not lCl'nt a1ogethl'r'crr; likely put i on
(mop. dillculty getting lot ; for him to
J hack again Keeping a hundred yards or said, "but as 1 dui want to'Isten\! to my but two or three ;'uurl'lf lome' would set I bring;scandal UpOI| our names, but present some. other lore direction.easy slip
: ,
I will of'for walk. cannot with you To-morrow I
own exploit,
so out as! was )his custom;"or about ten'min go my you U 11'1 "Likely Gerald said I
'utes, Gerald turned tow n thl' mouth of the "That fellow has come" down on purpose. .No 1 Herald said hi want a change of : shall it will go home my mother for ; to she I is.i and be "At any rate enough, it is: ,as well for Mr, having"V
to l'ol'l.l\lau.1 Gerald said to himself IIIQ to
cove, not having{; given u frond thought to Hrncagc, work as wl'ln"! scene. I have been l.nll hit, with her.appear After latur1 time I that I { to meet him here. '
as he .trcKle nlollg the conmitryroad. "I a may get over the ha\lcl'd
tho swimmer who had prfeded him Justns old man, very hard hit ; and her marriage is: his at being seized
should not be Mirpri"ed if they are engaged, horror I feel, amid then I will comeback and l uni
he was: to the gl'at rocks: at the in the ?lour this morning. I knew it wlul.1bo If he had not had
Imearil\ or next door to it. Well," after a l lung pause, i try to do my duty... up. any
vntrance he a slum far behind him. thl'rl'1"I ; still, us long us it ..UJn'tullt'ur him, and had detained him for
t 'i "I [had no reason in the world to .And :Mr. Glrall Mayfield? you 1
1 lie stopped to listen, and again the I shout supposethat there might be a ('hal"'. I.!all over Paul ( hIIout of months, till some one came
far 1 i" camo dbtluItl'; to lit ears. I she cared a button for me; I don't sup- l I feel as that I must go away for a : UI l't un t'i smil England to swear to him, he
she ever the matter a thought one \Jau1- -stepped back pace, had
"I thought that fool mould get into a poe bit. 1 hail grounds for an action and
struck ,
and her
scrape," ho muttered 1, timing round and way or another. I And so, after a long consultation, it was I II hI'1 put to her heart."Hod gut swinging damages against all
i. making off with u long;, study even stroke It was late in the afternoon when Herald! finally, settled. It was I busy time ut hOle, help{ me !I" she" said: "and I urn hoar.rued people." u
to this And
r In the direction of time man whoso head ho returned to the hotel, having walked some I and for the moment ( ".1111 presence was she man without anotherwor.1 Twice in the of the
went out and left him
could see nearly three hundred yards out, thirty miles since starting. He hud by this essential : but it was at arranged that railed at the Royal l'OlT but each evening time

giving u loud shout ns he shrted to encour- time made up his'mind: that he would stand j I early in June he should li for :Melbourne. I told that Hopkins was out. He was

:i:,;e him with the kIiii ,tla that help was aside and set what came of it. If Maud: j I A week before leaving went to u large Herald Mayfield was sitting in his: office at to find that the man had guessed

s <'<>iniiHe; arrived just: iitime; the swim.mer Heneage was hi love with this man, the matter I dinhcr-h'arty. He was one of the last to arrive :\Itlu"l', two '"l'al after his arrival in though he was bound to call in
l was utterly cxhausto, and had lost would soon bo I'l'ttll'll.11111 it was not for und his hll.h'lall : _\utr.la. whel heard the shouting of keep up the story of their
J>oth pluck and presence ofiilnd. Once he him to act a* sjHjil-s-port to their wooing. "! "l will III t rdlll' you at once, Mr. May.[ thl \).oys outside, "(ireut fraud in Eng yet that he would far rather) that
tlisapiieared altogether, und'ierald, who as This resolution lie proceeded to carry into I field to the lady you are to take down to land Second edition of the Argui\!" In I not la.t. morningbcu he

! ,till nearly thirty yards: : off..bought that he execution ; and for the ne\t week started I .HI1f"; un.l.'Geraldva: led across the another minute a clerk .UI' in, I the hotel he ex: told Mr. Hopkins:
would arrive too late. Htwevcr' he came early for long walks and did not return until :,[ r.klm, > )h- Gossett-Jut. :\la .til'h.' she here is the ,'Aryut sir Another great up country, but that he had left u
up again and splashed and truggled i wildlyfor late leaving-the field ojvn to hi* rival I. said[ und then turned away IU. n'lrut the banking swindle at hnJt'," I i' him. Its ( were brief: .

u moment or two, butts jiM sinking an opjiortunity of which Paul Gossctt was ceremony elsewhere. I When (:tral was alone he opened the paper "You 'ntent grand fellow, Gerald ,
\vhenGerald arrived. The liter caught him not slow to u"uilliilll"df. He had months Gerald Uivveil in silence The shock und i I and large lltn I You have saved me twice and have t;

!>y the arm and the man sti,ve desperately before resolved to win :Maud )Heneage. She I the lurlri" took away all i ovver oC speechor .HRE\T FKU-D ", 3BEZLE3F ,-The good for evil It I could undo

to throw his arm around bin was: pretty, stylish\ and had money. Hitherto .. thought. Metro oulitun and uIJr"an been JI.1 knows that I would. I am 4
Keep; ouiet." said Gerutt btcrnly. If liii wooing had \progressed but slowly, "There was mi occasion. for an introduci robbed upwards of 100,000) by & country get work of some sort gO ;
il ,
you struggle 1'1l1d you pi.'t\ but now he made. the hugest of the opportunity i till; )Ir. l.tid.Ilau.1: said, gently, hold- I'aul fosst. The frauds \' be1 mana.tr going got off with enough t to pay
There was no mistaking lie firmness of !left for him bv hU: rival's (oufur fog out hlr \-l are old a'cnuaintances on 'al Money lost in block exchange Ten muuutim3later Gerald received pa.

the tone, or that the threuiwould be carried <; ruiolla.tid.1: hail Indeed thrown down though you did tn'lti shabbily by gambling Oossett still at large. Police doctor of a hospital at Hallarat the

out The man cvasetlto to struggle ut the cordslieu the all was in hK bands running,; away without\ saying gussl-tmye.' on his trck. All outward-bound vessels cate of the death of Paul Gossett, .
.once. I Although he was wholly unskilled: in wooing I, (H'f'.1 touched the hand extended to him I watched..I injured by a fall of the roof in
.That's right," Gerald sai{ Now lie on Maud )Iiemagelad had Mifficiciit csjterience I I .' something in reply to the question I For a long time Gerald Mayfield sat mines there. He had few one
your Iwk J I'll take you by tie hair and tow in I l-sing wOlt..1 to fevl that this: man and then fell luck a few steles until itshould out mo\'ing. Poor girl !" he said at wih., said who Ill and tI written)

) 0\1111 as easily\ as: p l'iJ ..ihle.*' hH'lllr.111 the thought was not un h time to offer his arm. he put down the paper. "I never thoughtthe I wife He had wa ordered that the '
As he poke he looked roipd and taw the t pleasant to her thc felt that he was strong "He Inukl ill" :Maud! said to herself. Iti fdllwkt honest. I put it down t I of his death and his letter

r. boat coming out from the die with its load and tender und ; antl when u girl freUthis I i h very awkward, and he i l. evidentlyushamednf I'rt'ulkt" right, after all, I lught be forwarded to Mr. )[a t :

of battier He bhouted at elf. '>or f.low. I expecthe she will do. I \that her mother he was sure, see that they) s
shout came !Jack. nIl the boat'shead engaged, there is but ,doubt what her i is very unhappy. What tlkt we all died just after I came out. I suppose her to his widow. w "
\ was turned toward:* tli/m./ answer will U when the question i u asked I make fortune I is safe." For another ten months Gerald .i

"Jh-at'a all! right," he Md cheerfully! to When, therefore, Ucrl suddenly gave up Maud bal, 11'1 married but four months. Two days later came another telgf'.l: worked ont Melbourne, and then,

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been relieved I l.y hiC.illllitl'\rln't.! : I h(' sailed:\ off mad, and, she !'ays !die'' :almo-t tint 1 to nl.x: f1).: '1'1311: CARD Florida, and! Western Railway and fl'II1 I MALLORY'Srroicn I

for England;; :\ Maud{ wn, ho knew livingat death and is going to .'Wulit'st'utt" next: Cn II ;\lnlal, and all Northern, K.i: tern nnd >.\ STIA.IISHII: hItii:.
I P.rightoii i where "hc'a"l Of TuEATLANTICI'Lt'tt : '
supporting hersBelt' week nnd Miss i Flirt' p+inic: to ba\e .voting; \ Il'S. ,\,
by giving music lessons! I having, / fiimlv 1'ntl.llilllollnfl'r' 11111111'1' Mi-< :Smitli'g, .,- ; \\'E$T IIH.TI: ='\X- At Lake I ''I' daily with the Florida: Central I --

declined. to touch the money aiionymotislv, jug to give/ her a pair of boiiiput-holdei.' :Ml RAILROAD: ), Rtilroad: : to and; 11'1 JallIII\'i:1 < aly I>tr(-(-( Line toctt \'o.h.i .

paid to her account. !she' says I they're good enough for her she gut I'KXIXM'LAR I : : RAILROAD: Augustine, Ialatkn. 1II'rlriI"1111: 1.11.1.. '1
Then he went down and' peremptorily, them heap' up to II.iL'shops: and Iio": IVr- ( \\\'ttl\ t took possession i.l.f her., Maud 1 had" determined I JlIwlln'lI 1 got t a I boy lots of t hair on its' head AMICl'MlIl'.RLAND At l llaldwin ,1 llillh the Atlantic, (UIH i

I upon resistance, fur !hc' had, schooled, and look* three month* old everybody aand \ / : : ROI'TI': :. 'tad'est fhdi.i Hniwntllll from!
; 1 herself to believe that \n.ul.II'I'.1 wrong fur, Steve: Iteakcr'x awful Iti.lj'all..j they 1.'I'l'twt.lill.: (inine'' ll', .11'; and:

her to marry:\ again, she acknntvlc'lgcdtrl'e1v! ; ay: and that l IA>\ewcll uit: !'" lit: ier ordcriHl\ 1 1hi'lIl In, I'ffnt( fihrnnrii 1.*'. //W. with steamers for '111:.' Key "'l'!t and .-- J
to heixelftli.it. she loved (ierald Mavlield". !. out of the hull+l' and Nh's: been taking Havana.
:She had. heard from her hu-batid how aid. had:\ saved him from arre-t ; she felt Mire :111,1tlll'1: / have niovid mo\ed" out of the People's\ Lire nl.1 11 ril t ; '. toand TI :
that it (;ieraldlio 1.1'aH'tl:1I1I:1.: ( ;ia. ::!.I > I'. MLeave Columbus Fort Oaine" ..: : .\ ,
was: would have prnvide1tier 1 1I to\\lIlIi:1,: the ltrown< lit\e Ins! rwrylhinranti 1'1111 Elf:11a. \
I her; !she never doiihteil that he wouldcome : IIOlllith's buiight u whole |1'1 iceifcotton Macon, ) back and claim her ; but she, had' ass I cloth andlit' this. time the hubanl +- Leave! Ilnm-wick. < !:i. i t.l> ; v. M. 1:1t:11: Shiiing: | ,al.1 1'1111' (1.1.11.*, ,
.. ... '
1"111'1'.1.l herself Arrive Femandina I'M.. .. .1O.15\ v. MLeave I ( 1'1'01 I AI."LN.CAPT..
o\erand over again, that she i is a-leep\ or Ila'II.1. .\ 111.111 < ouldnever \\'hllr: ::1.1 Ilt'a. I'alenL 1111 tlai. 't'-
IVinandina: 1< '<> v. M
would never allow the stigma of her nameto ) make a' 11I111'h out of a week's! visit.Ill \ IWI'I T.llalll"1 111.1 .\'II.\ ilh'1 RLNK '>I K
Fla. I 1.'o!
Arrive llaldwin I' M
attach to him, hard though; it might be he would remember would be that. ,,"'- ;I i.k I 11" sure, 1111'1'1 inl, 11'II..t,1iI / \ : of the above :Steamers IcnvlYrnattdinit *-
to refuse him. Hut when he eame in, and\ ,l lstraightwuy Hrown's .e'I, ( a niighiv; pr' ,'{it.i will:., 01 kc-'p-'< L":11I.lltl" 11\ for.Iacksoiuille. l.n'I':; M I. ( \'. EII11: ( :' \ / for New York wi Friday
took her in I II:. ) :! :; )1. jn::if every
his arms :and urldher I i [ : inriil'qllt'lltia'; ('- Arrivc.Iack-onville.t'uni.( 'mitt..1 p. II"I"I' ;! inl. (tIn suit the tide,.

there ; when he stopped, her lips nhell \: Leave: B.I'!"Ittiu forC'edar 1.\.: I.I'HI, I'. )1. This line, having no transfers lo tnak

'led to! speak\ about'". dI, *gru!: 'I". amiiped ..lrrivI'nldn! (.lunction I'. 1'I!. I R:) .. 1.!11 r. M, I" .'. au.2 O'nl Sh'luu1uuf!. between
awa.v iirr tears ;as Ihc1'11., tin'reas. nothing I rn.Na' llcdierntw.THE I Leave Waldo\ 1.1.11: I'. MArrivcainc.silc .
far her to do 111\1' :ie'.d.! and (even to i !I ... .">.1; I'. M. \ v.\\: s'II1:1)I'i.E2: PKRXAXDIXA AND XKW: YORK.Oilers : .

allow hint in his. IlIa'll'l.hll'a\' to ctlle REMEDY 1 eave taine! ville. f.1: !) 1'. MAr'ueCed.if L the '

that! ns the marriage:\ / ( would h'e;; perfect/ i BEST : Key.............. ......... !11.:111') :! M. 11K.VI'; : AND CHKAPI-Xr: : TIL\ \ I'II; I .VTIOX
ijiiiet, therea-< no i 1'1.:1..11111 the world why, I Trains (to ..laik-onxilh-: \ :Nortli" : of Itald, .. I'd : : .
it should! he ,dcla.vcd! I beyond. a month at the I FOU win I daily. 1"IIlll.:11'11':1 :

1111I-i ile. I.OINM: .Sofllt.Leave 1 CIEEEL: : : 1'Idlltlll.l : Vegetables nnd 1"'lil'( will receive -j>c<';I.if{
You foolish ( she aid him Diseases of the Throat and LUllS.I
lerald.1 to I (Cedar, : I.\.i.: ;. t 1.1'I.I. .' __ _< care: in handling.
!later on in the evening, "younre i nlwavs: 111PXII'I'IIII'S
AriiviJainesville( )I >.ll .v. MLtuve 1. PA.sSKNUKRCCOMMoIAplloX: : ( > .\ :
: you lost me the! years ago' beeaUM1you I -'YERS"' In diseases of the pul. 1 ( 'ainesville. ",311<' .V.V. '. I'I I'I'-f'I.A: 4S. t.
were NU' timid! you would! not stand I up 111on.(1I'gall\ :\ .1 !saW IWiY'lNrLAN1)"IiI:1 I I I :
.ln I iye'oldn ( P. IL I! H.! ,111111.i..... 11.1'1.1 :
fin. .\1111 ' perfect tyrant and won't :allow me t 1.1 haveever I, AKH'3 : vantaMof a'DIRKCT l I: I.1NIv'rr'ltlll"r I:
I 1ft I Arrive Haldwin. .HM7:! p. M
so little hit of my own way." l'JlEIIIIl'Ef'TUIUI.: I Ii is '( ')' r.: .\ n ti o AT \ w s* .\ \ Y I ..1N'II.INtlr; : Nititiei. lions m.iikat\

Yon shall have all yu:1r own way, dar- i '.- each a remedy, and nootltrrsoeuliulutly Leave Jacksonville' (Cum.( 1.llh'.II.I: ) I ', v. M I, J---- - C.o -- .-.--.--.-- .- Jaiksonvillo with nil steamboats' for all

till;!, when\ 'IIt1nrl' once )my wil;"'." heaid I ; : merits Arnve llaldwin.1!:.:; P. MLeave on II"1 John's, Ocklawah.1. 10'"

hilI till then I mean: to be'ma-ter ; MI your I 'i the confidence U of llaldwin I ..... .................. '.'. u'. M 1. **- lanluut Rivers, and with the TI"II,1 I Railroad -
best! 1 plan i-t I to hurry on your 1 preparation t 1 .. the \public.combination It a siimlinc of- Arrive 1 Fernandi'i.t: ..... .......... ">.1111'!'> M. : nt 1'I'Ill.lla I for i alih'ollllatill I :-
as 1.1'1111'ou: can in order to free yourself, Leave:\ 1 lYrn.nnlin.i:\ "..I.", t', >1. /11'ki "t':" l/" in I Flod.a
the JIII'Iidull.l'rlll'i.1It's r : I r
fl''llIll1r tyranny. '. And there is one thing, CHERRY \
; 'lImt".t.11" 1.,11IrulI"w .I"II'> M 1. k ; 1'.d.:2,
and ( : FIIITXO: ; I'AssKXdKU: ( RATISAS :
Maud 1 don't I -hoiild like to .
It''IJU object : tilt'S of tile finest drugs, Leave Macon'\ M"' ) A. M I. ..t 'tplw..aK'''' LOW .\ INIIhl"I'I ) 1 :" LINKS.Through I.
4 spend a 'arlIt/ lea-t. of our honeymoon at chemically united of Arrive Atlanta, ( ;a 1.1" I'. vi I. :
I 11'lI'IIIIIIl'lIothl'r "l'al''iu shall travelall o. -' '"p ,: '- Rutcs-iiiul of Ladiiip ,
m MJ such power ns to insure Trains to Cedar Key and South: of li.tld: \ N' / His
the continent \if like but if it to all points.
over you : the jwssible win daily exiciit rtlndas.,! )
i is not painful to you I I'!should I \like Ilfracombe /1'l.Z'' oftieleney greatest and uniform XI : I'I: NoOCUAN: DANiKlS( ; l For .. 'IIIl or further iiifoimation. apply

now. Of course we will I! not )go to 'of results.! It strikes! ri'.NINSl'LAR: I : I RAll.iOAD= : to

the h..Ihut\ get) into some quiet| lodging; PECTORAL the fouudation! of all ( Ilitld" nl'llJl/' ) f I:. \\'. rOti'r'h11\1'K'lgeut( .

and ramble: on the rocks: is we u-cd to tin" pulmonary diseases, affording prompt relief ,.111 SII sot'itl.Leave HIP: srr.VMi: : Fcinandiiiit\

Yes, I hllnl.llik,. it," Maud :Maid ; "and and rapid cures'', and t is adapted to patients of ".IIIln.JulIdi..II................. I.IMI! .v. MLeave I. (C. II. MALLORY: *.C(,
we will! a'e to believe that we were only any age or either sex. B'ln'cr palatable! ( Illnsthuroe..v\ ;.111! t. M 1. ( 1'1'01' ItltllMJr/i'4 \ l'iertl: > last 1 River: ,,\Yoik. 2ttAV

there a few weeks ago, and\ that this the the youngest children, take It readily. In Arrive (Lmhloos-i: $.III, .v. M. And I AY1ILAiii. -- -- -

years: has: been a bad dream: never to be ordinary Coughs Colds, Sore Throat, l.olMi ::0.,1\(111.( 1'1OKII AM> HAVANAfKKKLY
talked} about or thought willingly again.1' Hronchltls, Influenza, CleI'lO'lIum's' ,
77usk'y'a Jln'prinr. Sore Throat Astliiiiit, Croti, nml Ca : : 1"1 MAIL :SKRVK'KPiifoiined : .
I tat'rhtlw effects of Avut's CIII'IIUI'E, : ('- (.,'::1'I.. f'llir, FASTiHPASSF.NiiH .
multitudes Arrive Waldo .1\1IlI'tl..II..l li'.l.'i! l p. M 1. ,
roiut. magical, nud are au- -
are "
A SIl :S1' 1-.Ul1'.UU. I nually preserved from serious illness! by its Trainfrom i ( Waldo to Liu hloosaand, III llrfli'u1sly'I'hurday ", .'
1 VF.iiKTAltLKt
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timely and faithful use. It should lie kept ) and :Saturday: ._
TUB M \S WHO" ,M'lFKUKU: : HIOM .\ 1.I'iI: |+l.VI'IVK: -4
I at hand in every household for the protection ('OXX E1'I 11\-1.: ( ( \ \
r.X.VCTMKNT.Old : it affords in sudden attacks. In I. i v r I 'r
.VIL.VNfV, l i -- .llj.rI
) Dabbs) and Jim ('alter, two colored t Whooping-coiifih and Consumption ... ) '
Close\ connection i made at Atlanta.: l Ha.i .
men having: grown tired of farming; c.uinto < there is no other remedy so efficacious t
to and from all points: :North' Imist'est: 1111.1XIII'IIIt I by the. new nnd ,clegantlv nil-
.., this city 1 and opened! a 1 Kind of grocery soothing, and helpful. SfoatiUM* C'Uj ill' .
..., store. I).ibhs! was a shrewd bowleggedman \ Low \prices are inducements to tr some' ol daily UrJdl.ful.Iwr. pointed steamship .\})IH.\J (!sidewliccP.nccoiiling ).
with broad, fl'"tlInll with ano-e-hnju'd! the many mixtures or!I 'rlllI.lUado, of cheat AT :M \t.oS. HV., .JOHN FITXCKRALD: ), to the 1 f ( 'II'tII. :

like the half'or a pear. Carter was! young; and ineffective elliout i, now With, Trains for Ellrallla.I..llllllltll., +.. Ua.Montgomery ... Waits at Fern:imlina, for Hit1" Monday( nnd Ll'U\ Cedar. Key oil } morning. .
and ine.xperienced.! After the stock; had which as they contain no ckrntiye qualities, ;!: Mobile and, New Oilcans.. ( Thursday night Vrg table, Trnliis of the I ( Passengers from leave by steamer
can afford only and aresure ; City of fridgctun on Saturday .1 I p. el'trnundinaorJncksnuvilh
been purchased,: I> ihbs remarked. : "Carter(' deceive and disappoint tho patient.Uis'I4l'1I AT mj.N.VNMXV: H.V.. 1. 1(1.
I'sedeolest. In ills case hits nlicessary furyer ATLANIIC" ( ;il'LP .WKST: 1 INDIA) + by'I'runsit
1 : of( the throat and lungs demand With XCYOI'I: 111111 lYinainliua; :Steamship road l\il Monday( : ( ) (. atKcyC'st
a to I be'dejingler" poilner' \ active and effcctivetreatiui-nt; and it is dangerous Line from' New fork on Wednesday, at ..tUI'ININri'l1f:- I Widnesila'v; llorJJ1. .\11\ t
\11 said ( "I don't keer
light, Irll'r. experimenting with unknown nUll In.;;lI :1. m., and.. for New York mi Frid.Inl : I RAILROADS.leaving : what is hut I wants half do Inlll'l.II'
> IllIHlIIIC cheap medicines from the great liability that ::1..1111'] m.; from XII IoIIU, N. I1., on Weil no. Returning : : : fvciting. -
.1' I de I t.
'/. money + in biter ("IIIi1 these diseases! may, while so trilled with IIty. for Nassau= : N. P., on Wednesday.With (Ct'111'i"1:; Dotk direct forSnvnnnub. I t I.\ : : Ar
; Dat's"+ a faek Carter yer'll make a -harpbusiness Use I"I\ \t'd
; \ bucomo seated incurable.
deeply' or ( ;l'l.ria; :and I 1'lorida Inland :Meant\ lu"st'IIgI'rs|: mill : me nssiircd= ( rive (' I ,' iimniing ( at.Iacksuetille
: man. Dnr's a lot oh niggers; gotdar AYMI'S: CII EIUtl'CTolII.: ., and you may /utHI..lay
boat I Co.fiom :Savannah: an'l'ul'sdily'clut's' of 'lml''liol tit Savnnnali with the !'Il'IIII'.llil'III.1 tutu bv '
dis stop but wo'll r"ol111. ( 'ar- It is \ : 11"itJnllr.1ntmlny
on the best results. 1L
eyes coulidciitly.expcct .
and, : for Savannah:; 01Tu'cwlay : trails the North, l I and '
day, Friday Sunday; 1'1 : evening .if
tcr, iloes ycr owe any debts. in dis win'1 ? stall.lal'tlmetliral preparation, of known and 1\1111"
1'riday..I I,1\ \'. ( iMoaiuor
"I Lcmme see ; yes, I owes'' a man fur aKiddlohlankct. acknowledged curative !power and is as tl'all'r MII"U111'1.
'.,.. ( ." cheap as its careful preparation and tine With" Charleston .Steamers[ 1 ,.s.?. .1/11I'/1 and Han hI (''lurk ing), HilS Jill'lii\ thin shortest pos.si''>!e sea

will allow. Eminent physicians. dti/ J'uiut) from Savannah and, ( 'harle"toiWednesday / : and! ( 11m.!
hah owed 1 him ingredients I'lut.ldw"l'\
!How long; yoU :? ('. r. p. H. WARD; UII.1llh'lI
and Snndav, for :Savannah amCharleston'
'Itout IIl'e years." knowing its: composition, prescribe it in their : ; \ PASHAdK: RATI' '
"How much wtiz hit. wurf?" practice The test of half a century has ( InllduI1l11i" Friday.With I A avcs: 1'rnlrertrect I Dotk) cvciy Wednesdaynnd I t'liblit. lltciirtiuft
Its absolute certainty to cure all pulmonary :Steamer; I"lure dailv' to and from StMary's .. :Saturday SAVANNAJI tom '
'limit two dollar\ *. proven for ,, Jiingnt 111IIIU'1 : INi' jH| k
"iA'tiwlecuunt,1 I intrust. Two i is two, complaints not already beyond the
added unto ile !live, duplex fractions ii mia' reach of human alt!. : Mary's' Riven landing tlll\11..... 2HOO! ;'IS :>

an' do live comiioun' .\TI\ v row I". I' .,.\., ul t T.KVF:
i in I twixt de two ; cathartic Fil 11 1H : Ilul tik'I'npi-ly to
Dr. J. C & Co.
Prepared Ayer 1/PUtrt'uudil.
fractions! comin' twixt dudnplovfractious. by With t Trains for !Live Iak: ,Talltba': +ee, and t ALDK.VS: Tourist / .

., Nine's a nine, wid ten as a jiodner. I'ructlcul: and Analytical ChemUtf, all points in (j.III'III..1. Wl'wt Florida.!: Strainers :are runnt'rll'tl bv ,: lattugh'l'arill la\'llllIh. (!a> -Corner Hull mil Hrvan

Ten goes! ay 1111'keen t-tans!! up.\ Mr.Carter ( Lowell Mass. .\T I.orill.oosv..\., with the Atlantic, iiilf; .t West India Transit "tn.Jl. I. .\. CALIiVX, "\ I'ut.
you owes lat man 'Ichcn hundreddollars and. Pcninsiihir : Savannah : : : : Hotel!, .\. L. 111':f.
With Steamer J//>/i'i for all |H ints amlandinpiiin Jalro\I'1111
and a ijuarter.) BOLD BY ILL DKCUGlSTlt xvEBTWatKH.Railroads.; with Philadelphia I.I'
"How's( : slat f'I'hy'tor'lin'" --- .. - .. -- .-----,-T : Orange; l J.ak, on arrival bI'l'en- :\' '1'I"hll' 111111111 JIlkftlI,'jC'II'IUr Hay and I'hl'!reefy.

\ ter do Intrust. De intrust insular! Railroad Train. I : Tii'IlltlJ. all other A. C. I.I'l ;, 4\fI'lt.

i is awful heahy. Hit fairly makes u man I AT UUM--SVII."I.K:, FI.V., \ -ilul..nllll"apply to the fi.\lowllI\ Agents rt. .\I I.tl-01 )'. U 1:F. ARMSTRONG
!sweat Hit breaks\, do white man and! I I.OIMDA( : CKXTUAIi: KAIJ.KOAD.: With :-Ial': : Line lir Oca I:a and Tampa; 01Afomlay \ari"lIlaN.) ( ''' ; ) i.M-11"
It 11111 ., ... .
1'011II" riigguli oh his labor Hat man couldconie Wiilnecday. and Saturday, ; fronOeala }' J,; L. RoumlllatKcnt -

1lllIIJI'eaklP our sto'. He could :sell J UKSOXVII'' :, Fi.\., March: 10, 1S7'!)I. a'nd! Tampa: Tuesday, Friday and i Sun; .\ \'mldill, Ccutre Fla.'lpt., WI'I'1 :\', .. and I '1 I rd. HII.1UI'U: HC.UI.UI.a: !

us out I heard plantation niggah lalklll''hollt ()Ill and after t Ids" date Trains on this flout! ,1a) (na.-Cor.! Hull and : .
ns' yesterday.: Now, (:1''I'r wnz designer will run as follows : ATl'LDVK: KEY: "L.\., ra\'uIIII. ,., and :Scrcvcn' House.'IIIII'1"l'I. TUB; ITUIl1: :
partner which means de olest, dc With Tampa, :Steanlslii's Line for Jacksonville .
\ U.1I'S.S1'NhE:;: ; t, ( lxnl'TiI'SI'; : \\ .) Fla.-CII'II'r -.1111.1 Pine '
man (couldn't( nothin. Dis) is" a fault ohdo Tain pit 111111llIlIh'4' Monday( and'I'hnr"Iny. aT-------la a -
Sts. Dr. : .
lA-ave Jaiksonvillo .... sin:! Drug .st/> ; lanlhcre
law. IK) ? laUo-lutnru is" a awful rl"l'nllot A M. at 4 1'.111., and for "t.W'o. : .\, L NT. j I'OIXTJi' J
ill, fellers.Vfll, now, ycr lyust he my silentpartner. Leave Hallwi1l .... !III)::: ) ,\. M. at 1 lip.; in. .\ ,. TlJ.tJl'll ; *. ,Irt HUIcl'flllJI'lt. t1ILi.: : .
1 *
hcah '' Leave "ukl' (Ity .ll'i't:: \. M.Ix'ave -
Uo1'1''' ? With the Tinted 1 States:: and Havana; FustMail -
,\ ( the It. I'.
"" Live 1K: i>. :M.Arrive 1 1"liIIa.Ol Hay,
I'.so INcnin'. I l rt'tuner.ldu iiV ffor Havana
: < KeyI'est, : .\ ,
-;. Den do man can't tech ycr. I'M got ahead Savannah: .:. Hl.: ( p. M.I (Cuba on arrival(SPevtul'l'ntin, everv Tuesday rIIPII'I"VI'lt.( .
('u.g"lt .
: ,
I ruetrKnaunah: : Kts.t: M. IllalJI '
< lav' Fla..lil.ntlallr"lh.rl
as long as a wll'rlllillioll.1'11., now. afternoon at .1.:1111'.111. From 1 ana, .\ .
"'' Leave Live Oak; :.V> N. !
1"11111101'11.1 dis palti'r'ir Cuba: and Key1'est j Saturday. -
ycr ipcial
: every Sr.STAVK I LKVK: :,
Dahfi.s, Leave I l..ak.I'il" l'iINI: i p. M.Ixaye .
read the
Then following; : (' train to '
.. Dis" heah is ter certify tat Dabbs nn' ('at-. llaldwin. ". W.
.\I'rlal ksonvillc ... $.,lli F. ,
Dabbs) 1 is do action '
i is River ; ,
tcr jiodiiers. podiicran' : (ill 1 11.II ut I a m. (
(Carter is do silen' idner.'' Di.s is also ter MAIL AND KXI'KK: : r''lo .
('('rtifyl..t no soon ue. Dabbs quits! bein' do Ix-ave Jacksonville..j, ::. p. M.Uave I. etc., ul I'ply to H'llh" 11 1 ::: \'f I ILLlwivi' Fcrnniiiliiirt for JRI.kII'il I

... action 1Nklncrtie hole sto' 'longs tcr Carter White House.... (IMS: I'. M.lxavel A. 0. MuDONLLL: -"'--.-_ .. Manager.NT. .-- f ali 1'llatlllu..1 Iltcf 'I
Iie'in'desileu'NNlner aldwiii. 7."O: I figs on the JuJI'1 und Kiviinmiliiind
811'wIi'h'arterqlit'+ ; I' !M.aveDarbyville ( ;en'I'I'ieket and .
widout auuddcr\ 'grecmeiil, dc sto' all 'longs l..- ] 7::!-'i I'. M.Ixiive D I M. M U\FU.. <;ic-n'l Supt.Il.1'11 .IIAIIY'N ItlVlIK: ,\.U: :. I'lutrlsluuISuluws : +,

". Dabbs.. Kindersoii. X::117< P. Ff. _. ,
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'< .1\0'11' Dis \\'t'I'C'IItl' up by a ,.ltllulllaw 'r." I.l ave t )J u-tee. 1 n-A'.l: : P. M.ave ) : 1'KNSACOLA! AND : 1"10'1 Femandina ti

Ott said Dabbs.) "Sign I de' 1':11'1'." I..- alt ( 'u rril.. !SMKI( p. )1. JACKMXV1LLK.: : For) Jc'iO: \ \' ..: PALATKA,
I. H
;' The two men signed the instrument and Arrive Lake City......................... !IKVt:: J'. u. )[ \ : Tu\ 11.1:0.1.on:1 n< i ;.0:' KVKRY'WKDXIISDAY.T: ,
: ;
'pl'tIT Y. pir
Next Dabbs Leave Live 2:15 J. "A.
called in witnesses. morning : A. )L. TVILMIVXHFK Fi.\ :u I" .
Ft-bniary |
came down to the store early, and when Arrive Tallahas-c...................... ".INI .\. M.Arrive and after ."I .-i-"p <
On Monday Fl.rlia 1'1.Jo.II'.r '.. Front Fcrnandina
1m: : : ) .
carter arrived all the witnesses were Hitting Albany\ ...111: I.) A. M. trains of this road Ids 1'
'. in the storeroom.MSood Arrive Savannah: Him) A. M. ;: wil 111. (' JOHN) ) Hi) SAVANNAH AXI. CJAHU-TON'
morning, JalIIIt." said Carter. I/cave Savannah: 4'iO:: p. M.Ixave 'I'r. LHJAIWOX.
Dabbs didn't say anything, and Carter anus ,.? -10:( v. M, 1'\r.'INa:1: : TflAlN--1AS'f: ISiU'XD.UaveChutluhiHHhee. I WILL RiX: OX Til':: ST. MARY'S JCIVr jjr'VKVKUY' : FRIDAY.! Y V

f linuelVIuy I : ile I deuce doesn't: ycr peak Leave 'rullahu"w a ... 5:1.5: r. )I.l'a'I' ..daily ut.. 2 <.> P. M. iluring the ""U"" follow : Clara ( made with
l': tcr me?" live 2:15: A, M, halite. Quincy. .. :i 22 P. M. UiiveHT. (A\t' KVKRY: MOXn.\ ufl ) 'OIJ.tll: also Ih'Ull'r fur
., Leave Tullahasuce. .. fi! INI! P. M. 'THURSDAY' : MORXJMi) at n U'd'N'k for 1'II'rlri"e. wih It.11
/ Do bto's all mine, I said Dabbs, arising leave lake (sty :'J..VI; / .,. u. ers for ;
and turning to the wilnf':<'!jt'll. U-ave Ml. Carrie. 4:18 \. )r. base 1Iuutll.t.U. .. 7 1" P. U. JtKJ\IIIN.; Mill wi I heave FKKNAM'IXA: with olcumer for New York!, 1\10Ia

,. HOW'H .lat?" asked Carter.: I..eave Olusice. -1-11': < .\. ). Leave. Cn..I\.j('.?. .. I:W F. M. .alc daY1 at H u. I., for CAMP PIM'KSKYIIIK Hoston and liultimorv.aml! at ( "Ie htt'llf1

"Ca.se ,'er'. no longer a silent jmdner.Yer's Leave Sanderson" ......................... .' ::!U A. M. I..ura.1.I.. 9w'; p. M. all intcrniiiliale landings on the river. for New York, 'harlt.tol( -
talkin'. When a man talks he's not leave Darbyville..... &M; A, M, ... .. 215A.M.Arrive returning[ KVKRY: TFKHDAY and FRI with Philadtlphla
Savannah............... ....... inore, 1111 !nrt'('!>t'rn.\South C'ark .
client. Yer'll please leali my sto' Carter. Leave Ilald\\';;,. iN;: ) A. M. I'II \ M. 1)Awill arrive at $r. )1 Uf'" ut : I'. mil., linaRullrouds
East and
an' >> otrdowu in de country. Kf yer'd (save White Hou! ('..................... 7.05: A. u. .trriveTliwuwville........... .,....f.Vl .\. a.rre t out hiii;; ut FKKXANHIM.On 1IJrll. '
':' stuck K ter Vreenient elx.-ryting would Ixtn Arrive Jacksonville. j"IIJ; A. u. .\ .Allunv.......,....._.. .......1025. M. WKDXI; '>DAYS and Wtt.

'. all :ri .!:ht. Hit's! plain tcr be n-d dat yer On Mail nail KxpreM: Train :.Sh-cj-inn; Can .AiriveArriie I.ake I ity............... ....... :itt: A. M. wil'u\'t'IT. M.VUV'B at H'J() H.\'lW.\. ., ul.1 'Ul "'JS'-CJ.Aj" PASSKXOKIt; ACCOM I HODAT10XS. .
; Ituldwin........ .. (; i"i ,. .
won't." run thruu;: i to and from JackM! \ and .. / A. ) II dlut.r'l l for t'X'UfiUII t.lu..NN. .
.lrriteJatk/utville........... ...... .Ml, ,
7 A..ar
Carter al'l''nl'Il to the itiif'*es, but wasinformed Savannah also, Lucas hlt-epint pars: rUIIthruuh Through. Tickets and Staterooms
:J:' .: that he hail broken silence, and of ; to and from Jacksonville und Tal- Arrive }'.rlawlua........... ....... .:11'1. M. and I all iiiformutloii' at kD"1
Arrive f; ....... .. ....... P. H. furJIIt1 utl. ,
; owner of the laha"'t 'e. u' :II Centre
longer a Iwtt und other of interi tier
f'Ii=t .s, course was no clil'un""luuman| .IelHe U l'celarKey ............. ..... :::1 p. M. ,i-oints "t in t.e vicinity :ASIv' 1llI J<'Ol1dllr t. .
t-t !1 now a candidate: for the legislature, and I.eaye Jacksonville' .11:15: M. PAN : ( : TRAIN WF.ST JtOUXIl.;
,.wear that if he is tletUtl: he will work for Arrive HalI".in..I:!::..' p. M. Leave Jacksonville .....tlaily ut,.... .5 30 p. M. ThroiiRli ItlllH, of iMtilnK / F'. AVK11V: 'r s

'}, the repeal of the law.-Little Kurl tiasetU.A Arrive Fernniidina..... 3.40: r. M. 14 eave Ft-rnandiiia ........... .....1 10 :'I A. M.LcaveOamesville .
MALLORY'S LIXK: .f Stcamew
by ullMiintHon
Ik"c Fernandina........................IO:3lJ.: 11.leave : .......- ... ...... !I'r'A.M. the Mar "' to
:. II'O.U'1'ln.JIl.'UTE CALL. Itil.twin._ IJH:: P. M' l.ve I5.lar Key .............. ....... ;m A. M.l f Jt. ) *

fi five-minute call a woman willirathcr ArriveJackwnrille ":3Sp.t+. l l.ut Italiiwiu ................. ...... 7011 p. M. t'lofte C'onueftloiiiuvle
i< Out of a fora Jl1Ut1.hour''a iech 1'a'sengers for Femandina and CiiUir Key 1"-uve Ijikedty ............... ....... U 40 p. ai. JVtUYSU; HOARDIXff rf.1HiI' .
; r in-piration" Leave ) ............ ....... 4.'iop.- M.I .
he home. the will tell her llU'f'1,1 take Ibis truin.0 train from Italdwiri to H.vlilnab with th<> New York and SavannahSteamers.
S f3;\ \ when gets interested know-tliatMr Cwlar Key on :Sunday.COSVHTIOYU ; rave Lice Oak............... ...... 2 15 A. M. Mark all .( are iif Steamer CARRIAdFS AND! WA(/ XS

L.m.l-who, b luts*) a new furniture you the,"; "md .-At I laid win with .1.I.t have. Madison ................. ..... 351 A. 11. !'Uir, Fernandina."W.l To and ("I Steamer* sail Tnl .
;: :Stnckup within!three if I'm not mwlak-" \\'. I. T. I:. U., for Bear K,y, < aine ville Lace fvill".............. ..... 4atA: M. ACCOM MOD.VTJOXS FOR )'. lOX'CI.\C'I' FOIL HAULINO, I'
; time ;fears HOOI \H :
and I lace curtain with lace lambrequin. and Femandina, and North and\ leave Mi'iiticvllo .............. ..... 5($I A. M. nfiigen. Ext; untiutlist+ und Tourists .
ell Tallaiaa. ArriyCTallahaute........ ...... ( wi rN g1Lr :
an:1: her black bilk dre- lUoI.le.t'r., and We ; at Lake (Sty for **-Albany, 7(11A.34 iitd this a very attratlsc trip, as the aar'
,. ... ........ ... H 30.. JIORSJW, 1LtUNFt'.
hair done in a new way, higher than savannah; and all ,p inU North and Wtft l.\"e 'allala- grand and alligators and other game are It'oUn:
her up(
[ ..... ..... .. W.1)1 ii,
:, site used to wearlt nut I.pcoiti5ng a bit and at Jacksonville with St John Klvcr Stesunr aye lllll4y. .II 1.A. allwtlt. C.ItXU
S her little gi i'tl gut her hair handed: and a1!1 I *. J. H.; McKLUOV ..lrrire'iulttuhtr'htw..4. jl 4. M. urbtr information apply to j4-T"U (S C.1ill4'tlr'Ottice
(..iddiurlS \\'. M Ih\"IlWJ3', Matter Tranrp'ntjupcrintcndfitt COXNFtTIONrf.At JOHN RICHARDSON '
dre-o.l in white anll. going tit ant tl"I -""'It t ttnmt(. (.
school in the fall and her cook. gone Uve Oak doily with' the Savannah, 25-tf t''nallna. Fla. Hrumin Street$ WI 4')


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TUB FIJOHID.A [lHHOH.o the country independent of the Mississippias WHO SHOULD ItE GOVERN I Southern Confederate has ever thought couldbe Tin BOTTOM: or THE SEA:

-==== ==-__, .__-:-:=-- = =: -;-- a means of transit to the sea. The merchants The senate and assembly will be largely maintained it credits the North with an in.

!!I s .1 URIJA 1, nerUJlJm I, 18M, i of New York must have had a great Democratic-Conservative, and t the majority i \lnl'\rRlIell'llmagnanimit: which it will not The investigations of the Clwlll.'II1cr'cicn

__ : contempt for the man who, to depreciate represents ninety percent. of the intelligent : sec realized.! tific corps extended to the animal life which

1)EMOClt.l'II'IC: '! THK: irr.: the importance of the South and the great property-holding, taxpaying people. The I When congress! shall provide for paying! existed!! the deep' sea. Contrary to general

i i The right q/1 trlnl by jury, the habeas eorjna, rivers of the West, has told them what he legislation will therefore be for t lie welfareof the sufferers the money it has! collected from expectation, it was found that at a depth of

the' the cannot hut know to )be a tissue ofj; untruths all, rather than for the :schemes of a few. France, for losses to our citizens years three miles, where there existed! a pressureof l
liberty of pros, freedom of t/trech,
The of the West worth oftentimes hut, thwart hand three tons the inch, with: on .
the natural the corn A Radical executive niinht; legislation ago and which it refuses( to over on square --.l+
righto (11CrBonl'111 rSghtt nf
twenty-five cents per bushel in the local possibly where an act would requiremore to its lawful owners ; when it shall pay to entire absence! of !sunlight and. with a temperature '
be III.-IF JI.\
tI property, mutt lr.II'r! : I'nl'K,
J in General Order No. 10, Nov 2")>, \\M1.\ market, it I is estimated, consumes! its valuein than a two-thirtl vote ; but he would the Florida claimants the moneys solemnly below thirty-two degrees, animallife

Nothing din intimidate we/ Irm1d'I I/O/ vlintI a thousand miles of railroad tran"porta- be i powerless, in all ordinary, legislation.: adjudicated. awarded by its own courts was found to exist, and many specimens

Mine to It honest and rifld'I F1F.I.n tion, )but the name/ corn can bo curried to The Governor appoints to oflicc ; but here forty years ago, then we may be thankful were brought up from a depth of even four

HCOTT HANCOCK. the port u of New ( ecWsarv! five rents per again ho has to get the approval i 1 the :senate :! that at least justice has. been reachneni.Ye miles, where the pressure! was equal to fourtons

bushel now, ami, if u at two cents and, except for removals und appointments !shall never expect our Government to reach to the square inch. Well protected

FOR I'llKHIPKXT( : per bushel. Will the railroads carry it I/*/*) ad interim, has no positive: power. If such a cl-\'utclll'oint of generosity as to rePair thermometers, constructed to resist::! deep sea

I I GENERAL W. ,Q. HANCOCK, miles! by the seaboard for two dollars per the law-makhnig body of the !State: is, Conservative the ruins of the war. No, the South pressure, were crushed to atoms at depths of

I OF PEXXSYLVAXrA.: ton ? The mere! statement shows the absurdity is it not as! safe indeed best, to havea expects no such claims to be presented, and 2,000 fathoms!' only, but animaiiife; sustainedthe

of Mr.( Conkling's speech. Corn is now Conservative! Governor to execute the her representatives! in congress, have steadily pressure at nearly double that depth.

FOR VICE-rRE.SItEXT: : carried froln New York to Germany for one laws!, rather than a (Governor who is not in voted against: all war claims. It I is,!: the The reason why suft-budied animals can
OF rSIII.NPRISIIUX'rII ,\. cent per pound, but it can be, and i is, sent harmony with the legislature; who is op merest electioneering humbug to put before, exist where glass is crushed: i is that they

from New Orleans: at eight cents per bushel. l") politieully '? Again, look at the men : the ignorant and the prejudiced contain no air but consist of solids and liquids

: < KM: :(T<>KM. During the month of August: over 1,200,000 Bloxham and Conover, Bethel and Ledwith. only, and as the pressure is: equal on
IIT.TF.T I.AKUE : bushels: of wheat and 1 l0sOlntshek( ) of corn Is it not safer and better tll t have men of every side, they do not change their\ forms!:

8AMUKL: PANCO), of Jefferson County. Were shipped. Scvent '-n'e I thousand bushels known capacity and character than men, TON but exist and, without difficulty, perform
A I.tml i T J. RUSSKLL, of Duval) County The Nation, a New York journal, which
js about an average so that the amount whose! antecedents not creditable us their vital functions.

Finer Planner! : shipped already from New Orleans i is very officials.With avows itself independent in politics, but yet The extent to which solar light penetrates

J. II YON( F:, of Kscambiu; County. large. The business! can ho transported by Dloxham as Governor, we can confidently has a decided leaning to Northern Republicanism I the sea I is considered to be 100 fathoms, although

SEOOXP DISTUICT! : tows of barges carrying 500 tons to the expect the race issue! in politics! to in its issue of September 2, i printed the actinic if not the luminous rays!,

THOMAS F. KING_I of, Aluehuii O>llntr. barge, and a single small tug; will carry live die away ; with Conniver it would be kept a supposed speech of a Republican emissary may possibly go to the depth' of 150 fathoms
at the South." In its issue of
of these barges to New Orleans, where the alive and protracted. The people of Floridahave September but some plants which, like the fungi,
10 it
largest class of vessels load at the publishes a "supposed reply to in the dark have been found at a
WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM, can now everything to gain, in not only having the of the can grow ,
speech Republican emissaryfrom
elevators! each containing Miip'scargo. of fathoms. These deep sea animals
OF LEOX COUNTY. : tug as they now have, a Conservative! legislature, depth 1,000
the North. This is made 1
P In a few years this! barge transportation will to make laws, but in having u Conservative reply by> are furnished with means of subsistence
Judge R. n. Hilton of Tallahassee. The
R FOR UF.t'nrIT.toRimt:- ( : : be !so greatly enlarged as! to di1:1I1l'l'1I111"11l-:, (Governor to execute them. They also in ( by the sinking to the depths of the sea

1 LIVINGSTON w. BETHEL Bible railroad competition in carrying grain the :selection of oftlciaN, are assured! that fit last }Floridian o publishes it,) of surface animals, Illell'cgetatillll, etc.Most .
The is full and conclusive! is what
; OF MONKOK COl'STV. reply ,
,: from the West. appointments' will be made by u Conservative : of the deep sea animal life are without ....1
would who reads both'e wish .
FOR lOlllIn'lIt1iT: ( DISTRICT: : Mr. Conkling should recollect that the executive, and approved by a Conservative one say we eyes, us might be expected, but others have ,
had to them.
r ROBERT H. M. DAVIDSON, commerce of the; Atlantic sea ports is in the senate. There are many people who space print enormously large eyes, to enable them to
The AufiVm calls the attention of its readers
OF OVHSDKN COfXTY. hands of foreign countries, and they will have hitherto, for one reason or another, get what light there is, phosphorescent or

send their hips' where they can earn the not registered or voted previous elections, to"the reply and, among other things, otherwise. Hut although they are beyondthe
FOR CON1IREHS( -SECOXP JHSTIUCT! : says : Its moderation and humor will commend
mast' : money ; that the Western! graingrowerwill they should consider, their interest t, und no region of solar light, they have some
it to those who feel how much
seek the cheapest! avenue to the sea, longer stand aloof, but come out, and assistin very bright colors-some are bright scarlet
OF COU'MMI V COl'NTY. still remains to be said on both :sides:! and
J and Mr.: Conkli/1g'lIl'pel'ch only points attention retaining our state government in its and some deep purple.'
asks no better illustration of the need of civil
KOll MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY: to the importance to the bu-incss: present tried and safe hands.! Register: at The dredgings brought to the surface many,
service reform than our(AafYon'f) correspondent -
LEWIS W. HIGGINBOTHAM, nll'nof New York of cultivating and maintaining : once, and enroll yourselves advocates\ of in deep sea specimens which were supposed! to
furnishes: showing how the maintenance
i OF NASSAU!I COl'XTY.: friendly relations with the men at good government, and all will be well. of the Federal otlicc-holdcrs in his have become extinct, and now only to be

the West: and South, whose trade. has built found in a fossilized condition.
state under the existing political
1 11,11) PRINCIPLES.It up New York to its: present great commercial TIlE COLORED VOTE. system, It is well known that the results of the

\ is very much the fashion of wouldbefair position. They will not thank Mr. We note that in some sections!: of the State, handicaps: one party in state and municipal Challenger expedition was to confute rather
elections! with which ofcuul'l' these functionaries

Republican speakers and newspapers at Colliding for his attempt to make bad blood notably those counties where the colored ; than to sustain! the theories of Huxley, Darwin -
have whatever.
the North, while admitting that the record and create an injurious distrust of the people population is the largest, that many of the no proper concern and other speculators on the origin of
this in
of state\ who such :Mr.. most of the colored people will. experiment a "supposedemissary's
of Gen. Hancock I is unimpeachable his put up} a man as Intelligent species.
patronizing speech to the South
patriotism is unassailable! and his personal Conkling as their mouthpiece.We in the coming election vote for the Conservative ,
J venture to that the Nation will
character the highest, yet to couple this admission have now had Mr. Sherman wavingthe candidates. This was to be expected.' we say JtESTRUCTIOX OF OUR FORESTS

with the counter statement that he bloody shirt and rebel claims ; Mr They naturally are desirous to elevate themselves repeat it. Judge Hilton's reminiscences of Few people realize the rapid, destruction of

I is: the candidate of a party whose principles Sehurz, the danger of entrusting the Democrats ) and by their industry: in acquiringproperty I the South, especially of Florida, under the the forests in the United States. The manufactured -

I are bad, and whose control of the govern- with }power; JIr.Cunklingdcnuuneingthe and their ambition to get an education various: phases of Radical rule, racily re lumber of the country averages '

ment would be disastrous It strikes one at South:: depreciating its! business, its commerce for themselves mid their families, are hated, will prove wholesome reading to the 330 feet for every living soul, but this i Js!

first that it it very curious that a party of and its character, and urging u solid making rapid progress, and in these things Nation and its high-toned political advisers, not all, a very large foreign trade in lumber

; bad principles should select an irreproachable North to crush out these Southern people, they have common interest with the whites. who pat the South on the back and say we goes out from all our Atlantic Southern

!' r candidate whoso constant: declaration U 1 who, most unaccountably, arc managing to ,They feel and know that any prosperity should have promptly accepted the iWt'ila- ports, and from the Gulf of Mexico. A still

I that his principles! are those! of the Democratic increase all their productions, increase their which comes to the country, is only possibleby lle, i. e., the negro as a citizen with a vote. larger demand upon the growing timber I is

\ party. The two things do not tally. population and their wealth. The whole Industry and go< d government ; that extravagance COUXTY X03IlXATlbx& made for the construction of new railroadsand

argument finally resolves itself into this /lIlIll'orruption arid the natural the keeping up of the track An idea
For twenty years the Republican party loan : : Most of the Democratic-Conservative county

: I' been in power, in that period we have seen The North ought to govern The Republicans results of debt and high taxes, will surelyimpoverish conventions have been held and nominations of this immense demand may be realized,

t. i the country very slowly recover (rom the are the North, hence we ought to. hold the State ascll as In ivldual!:!. made. The conventions have been when we arc told that fifteen millions of

( effects of the war, much more slowly than it the power. Let the colored men look hack but four full, harmonious, and the candidates representative ties are used to supply the annual demand,

would have dune had it been left fo it-self. years. Then and previously labor ruled low, men, men of character and capacity and that it requires the timber of 200,000

I : The policy of the Republican' party hat been THE INDEPENDENT VOTE.It provisions and goods: were high,employmentwas many of them experienced in legislation acres to supply them. .
is! evident that in the coming election In laying the track of a new railroad 2,700
to keep the South down and subject to their very difficult to get, laud-owners were poor, The next legislature has!some important workto
the independent will be large. In business dull schools few and ties! per mile are required, and existing
t I domination not only in national atfaira but was were do. The revenue laws need perfecting

.' in state governments For this purpose senators every town and city North there are regular there was a general dullness in all things. and simplifying, the road laws to be made effective railroads require at least 400 new ties annually

and representatives from the South Independent organizations, at the head Look now at the general activity of all and general laws which shall remit to keep up the track. The contractorsget

i, were denied admission to tho halls of Congress of which arc prominent men, who have sorts of business, the steady employment to the courts and county commissioners the an average of thirty-five cents apiece,
hitherto voted for and supjiorted the Republican and the owner of the timber land ten cents
of labor the increased
the Southern states were made military good wages number many private acts: hitherto consuming much
party In New York especially! the this apiece. This, of course, docs not apply to the
t \ provinces and governed by ntajor-genernh of schools, the low taxes, and most time. There should be a thorough revision
t1' organizations! are many and large. In Pennsylvania welcome change for all white and colored timber lands in this State and railroads, the
1 the thirteenth and fourteenth amendments of all the acts, many of which have been

were passed, and then, having as they supposed both cities and country meetings has been wrought by and under a Demo- I: amended, are obscure, imperfect, and some average price per tic paid being twentyfivecents

provided for their continuance in are being held, and front present appearances ocratic-Conservativegovernmentin theState.If plainly unconstitutional. and the amount paid the owner of the

i }:\ power, they admitted the bogus! carpet-bag- Pennsylvania will vote for her superb all the intelligent colored men would but : The legislature: should be a working body land not over ten cents, and rarely that. A

i ; senators from the South. nut after all this son, General Hancock. The recent vote in stop and reason, they would not hesitate a1110ml.'nt : and we think it will be. With the exceptionof practical chopper will get out thirty ties a

Vermont shown a decreased Republican in their choke but day, but as a rule, hands do not get out over
unfortunatelyvery ,
+ state of things could not last, and in 1870 the election of United States Senator to
vote notwithstanding the efforts to ten to fifteen.
Mr. Tilden was elected. Uy the 8 to 7 electoral great many are still blindly credulous and succeed Senator Jones, there is: no political
swell the majority The result in Maine the deceitful of white At the rate lumber is: being manufactured
commission! the will of the people was listen to utterances action to come before it, and probably Senator
shows! that with the leadership of and ties furnished the timber lands of
b even the
defeated and four years longer of Republican and colored demagogues, who now, as fifteen Jones will be elected a second term.
llluine, the expenditure of vast sums of United States will soon be of their
seek to make color line
administration was obtained. Brought yean ago, a With Governor liloxham and Lieutenant-
money and the state covered with speakers, timber and a time will come when substitutes \-
again to the verge of ejection from power, and I to antagonize the colored race against Governor Bethel, a cabinet in accord and
the 15,000 majority of 1870 has 1 been> completely will have to be found for the crosstiesof
fellow-citizens. It will always
their white not
Mr. Conkling appeals' / to the North to crusht : legislature! harmonious!: we may look for a
lost. On the contrary, there is nodefection timber, or some be found to
he South and to unite against her; he hurls be so ; the l'ulor'-'llpeople are day by continuance of economy and reform, of preservation
from the Delllocra()'. Accessionsof material and intellectual. keep them from their present rapid decay
every accusation and desires to inflame('( day becoming more educated, more industrious prosperity! ..
;; the young men, additions: from other parties Six or seven is about t the life of
and will break loose from the idle years a crosstie y&
tional hatred. It is nothing to him\ that
, q there are thousands of Northern settlers who will swell the Democratic vote, and the and vicious of their own race and refuse tube A COLORED MAXSPEAKS.At and the replenishing of the supply will
doubtful states be made sure for Hancock. a Hancock and Dloxham club two be much in the
successful-it led by the selfish white oftice-seeker. more costly future than at
will fall under his ban if matters
What is of the North colored ml'I1Il1IHkc. We give below the relort -
: true independent' present.It' .
citizens of the
Common a common country,
not his is "dclenda tt Carthaye"
< \ ; cry of lie has hard and
"t -let the South be crushed- is true here, even more{), us the old partytits colored men have the same interests as the one. good sense is true we have an immense area of

t become looser on change of residence.Es hits hard : timbered lands in Florida but the
whites. Prosperity will fall on such alike, yellow
And why should the South be crushed
: ]ecially in the State election, w ith the Mr Kitchen, another colored man, was pine does not grow thickly like the"white
and so will adversity.ItEIIEL
Why should millions of Democratic then introduced. He is uneducated, but
candidates of both in the tiel.t the
parties pine und oak forests and
votes of the North be silenced? Simply for pave the audience a sound and sensible talk. we are already
1 independents will not sacrifice their interests CLAIMS. He scored Republicans on account of obliged to resort to tram roads to bring logs
the base! of keeping Mr. Conkling'sfriends
' r purpose present and future, hi placing in j>ower The New York Timet in commenting on that "government store,." the "big steam to the mills on the line of the railroads.The .
In otHeo fcimply to minister to ('onk.IIl1g'lI er" loaded with tine for colored
f the men who, J judged by their Last: record, Mr., UI 'I\flI'III sjteech} at the great meeting in goods: }11t.'OJIl' oak is generally used for cross-ties! at
: r ambition and to pave the way for and the Frecdmun's Bureau swindle.
Grant in 1884. would, by extravagance and greed, sjioil the New York, is forced to sec the absurdity of Of this he said! that the Republicans the the North, the white pine not being at all

jioople. Florida, thanks! to the present: Conservative the rel>el claims sjnjctre, set up by Mr. Sherman colored pt'O 'le that they were going to lock suitable for the purpose.
The Democratic party since it came into the "rer.. of the drawers of the bureau .
i State administration, has made a und frankly admits"theelai11awinch in one
I legislative power in congress has labored to and then lose the key. But! ." said GLASS
great advance Continue the same good there I is, a grave danger that a Democratic MILLSTONES
the when the draw locked
reform abuses, to diminish: expenditures and speaker, was
government, and another decade will show congress;: would pay are not for any debt or and the key lost, we came to find that the The idea of constructing mill stones of
to repeal oppressive law One of the principles glass is: said to have originated from the observation
a population} of a half a million and wealth obligation incurred aid of the rebellion, nigyer was locked up. Lust but not least
whkh it holds is well enunciated by that the nest flour was produced
he considered the and mule
forty a
.4 iu projKjrtiun. It is for the present i eopleto or for compensation for the emancii acres those
any by millstones which
have the
J General Hancock, "public ottice I is a trust, swindle. It all the colored people in the most
decide whether we "shall, advance or retro tion of slaves, or for any debt incurred by a county could have been at that meeting glassy texture ; from this observation came
not bestowed the holder
a bounty upon no grade. We do not doubt their decision., rebel state." they would have considered that it was w eTlthey an experiment which demonstrated that
incompetent or dishonest jArsons; should pieces of glass combined in the same
IttendCtI.Ir. Kitchen was loudly
This would to the whole ap
over be entrusted, with it, or if upj,oiiitcd EDUCATION OF VOTERS. seem cover I 1laudCtI.-Jf."ll'JIm Ilecorittr. the French buhr, and similarly grooved on
ground, and does cover the whole ground I their surfaces, gave results in grinding. The
should be
they promptly rejected. President Hayes, in a recent speech said : .0 far as those who supported the Confederacy I KEY WEST DEMOCRAT. outcome of this successful! experiment, we '
Another of these bad principles of the There bhould be everywhere free schools I l learn from the lottery Gazelle the in :
are concerned, but the Times, driven to We have received the first number of thisnew was ven-
? Democratic party Is i that a bedulous: and that will tit every man \"otl'-lUere voters : tion, by Messrs. Thorn, of the glass: millstones .
giving some countenance to this rebel claim journal It is an improvement on the
now by them and
scrupulous! care of the public credit, together Used in Germany
and ball for
are sI11lIt'llOwd'r demagogues.; argument, discovers in its infinite wisdom apers of Key West, of good size clearly with much satisfaction. Respecting

with a wise and t''onollllcal'lI1anagt'ml'nt of If President Hayes could ee the Radical that the claims will be for property taken printed on good pajtr and newsy. As the their special merits, we learn, on the same
our governmental nditur'-1i bhould bee conventions and the audiences of authority that they grind
: Conover it is Democratic We more easily, and
name implies a
and destroyed by the armies of the United paper. -
in order that all bo do not heat the flour as much, as Js the
maintained case
I.JIt'NOn'llUa liishee Lucas in Florida, he would seeand
note several articles in the S13nbhlangua
States! in the course of suppressing the re- political with the French buhr-stone. In grinding
protected iu their rights to the fruits of their, hear the demagogues: and their ammunition.
; from which conclude it is grist
: b4'hoot, e, we j>a- they run i rfectly cold.

own industry." J The work so well begun by the "These cannot now be paid except to JH.T- t ron i zed by the Cuban citizens, who don't In making these stones the glass is cost in

present Conservative State government }nincreasing think Conover's deliv of much ad. blocks of suitable size mini shape,joined with
VOXKLIXa'SSOPHlSTR FAL s ns who ('alllro\'e their loyalty" it admits erances cement in the ,
tattle way as the French
LA(ill;s. tA ; free schools will be pushed{ forward and that would seem again to cover the vantage. ____ ______ buhrs, dressed and furrow cut with picks

It is not much of a compliment to his and we may hope lor an intelligent hole ground. nut the Ttuut says congress KEDITTIOX or THE PVBLIC DEBT.-It is and Minted hammers. It U suggested that
ballot in the future. the bubstitution of diamond
hearers or readers of the North whom Sir near run rl'mothl..' nditioll-well, if the Ttm($ thought that the reduction in the public debt chineswould give bt-ttt-: results.dressing ma-

Conkling addresses, when he insult their TUB: Washington think*feueralJuhn thinks. the thirty-nine millions: of |>eople at I for September will not full much short of

intelligence by telling them that the great U) Gordon will bo a Hancock po' tm.i>ter the North are going to impose upon themselves > that of last month, when it was over$12,00),- J'UII.\"OU seems! to have a second edition

railroad lines running East: and We'' t render general. the 11/1)'I1It'nt of claims which no I OKI. of parson Hicks in the person of Wm. Kirk,


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con n Lsroxit.vt'/;. N\nlkorti Republican\ ns well, could over TIlll1l LAST inrcii recognise them us citizens- and spends his of a hurry, without another chane-e given 1
look such! a thing afford, \ another cent and when
or to. Meanwhile, time on him to root tip ;
The (
necessities of the lenders )
NEW: YOUK, September! 2s, t lss.0.We as more partisanship: it I is hat'p1il'\, ; for )Re.pulilicans have: develope-d into a desperation Rcpublii-an ns transparent their heaping head. That calumny I is viuperatiol lu. \ ( \' Ken's father came in from the corn (field. thatnight

ure now within six weeks of tIle No. from winch to their discredit! in advance a census. I und !shamele-ss ns, it ii: systematic.There I of tcsiifying, lalri'lti I. I Is a method of; there was 11'1 ready to meet him

member elections, and the interest in t the re. of \power. party It: may expects offer a to Democraticcongress get an increase I is: it I is, true hardly a Republicanleader : I !:\agery. with.(lot the him ltop, \have you ?"
in the IlIIlJ1trho i is not !III smin I 'bed SFCTIOX\M: is i, the worst of foes to the
i I about the
suit wilt twice
intensify until tin- : bad and explain over
votes a had to
ore counted\ 1.L 1. : utterly unjustifiable ('x. HI'I (
a' to make his character for honor and fair- development of trade between the !states.
So far as I can see the probabilities, : are alto ruse for following the example:; \ of the liepublican dealing matter of indifference him. (Uut I business turn Ill cent and! the 'siiuire.
a Far this
l I : generally Well Ken I don't
111'1 see
legislature/ of :New York bj delavmiru } rl'lol Oh, the pig llillt ,
gather in favor of the success( of the ]Democratic fairappoitionnunl. one would fancy that mining/ tin journalists' a deaf ear to time\ tirade* of stalwart orators. what want another dog ; though

4IL, ticket. To attain success there must I It i is indeed. ,\ of the Republican: party, who ore not MS, a I I I Thl'a1't "I'n',1 afford to support in that I is you Too many dogs in
Very bail polity to begin tt' rule otlic'e-sc-e-ken, there might be found one politics ; Ir j,111 of statesman-t t tills 1 rl'alprl'tr Ol'

be not only: nil ]*trhlitti{ on the part If try "fraud," Yon! can rest assured. that the brave 1 enough and honest: enough to spun : to 111 browbeat and bully their most! prufitahle' The\illa next eunyhow., father went to town

the Republicans:: but they must\: ae votes of states which their canvass j is exclusively! based: (. Thus tar however hag &
gave: electoral :< increase in population, ARKNSVS being a Ih'wrtil11 hi\.
ubjeetiomiablc they alike followers nod
vote to :\1r. Til.len. in isru. y,"olle, ,",f the| are ; not r"lmlth(' inf,unous example Min He had, not had that puppy long enoughto
such of li
as a result!' will be to you.On echoes! the crowd of plundering t>laec I Republican state in engrafting him at home, so the little .
North claims or expects thotleitornloteol' men who\ huddled together under, n bloody 1roll. whhh upon the I state constitution! an rl'll1kl' h'll'illt black curls and clumsiness

any Southern :;tatl'. The Southern States' ( the :Southern' 'iiiestioti| he was: equally and dirty shirt, 1'0111III>Ollt the lilaincs!, time amendmct, which expressly! authorizes the \had\ to go funny t" town with t h'I

furnish 138: electoral votes! ; 191 are reauisitefur ; 1.:011011111'1'111111,1': emphatic. He said it will Conklings: the (;Jnflields, the Arthurs, nod, rl'p\l\tiol: of its own state hOIII,.. Minne Ken's father was in the store, 8dlinl his:

an election from the rest of lad. It must! t tail.: It ought! to fail. It I it i-, other lypeM of national: IlIfI111Y1I.llli'l trI\C'c 10111\ her shame. Arkansas has repudiated wheat, and Ken was sitting em ( the
the stock-in-trade of these
; states,, The entire political
t till) gospel! mif, revenge preached ht the t apostles repudiation. load in wagon. when a carriage with a
the Democracy would require only forty six! of: an e\erla-ting! vendetta., : It! is the own buccaneers wicket consists imagination.:: of an invention(Mating devoid their i: Tm: South:; ," snys the Philadelphia.! /Vtttin lady in tll' pulled up in the !trl'l II1ideit

votes. New York and Indiana alone will fanatical: \ programme: of u \p.irtv that sees nil aolrOIl'llln.l. I { "hns cheate-d'tho I Federal Government ,
h'lI'l'lIr of \ ,lt"li:< : '
nn disrcputalile "
furnish: these votes. future' for' 11: youth:; can be, and i is kept there in an endlessduct failed I taxes., ,. If that I is trl' ( (' (' I is evidence. Yes; 1'II.
In their of
1870\ New York Tilden. and having by policy revon ;
gave a large 1 denounce these! d<.H trine* as the pulitical ruction cither maintain it in thecmtodjof I of itl) it does not equal by 1 miinl of dollars "Will you ItI it? I want him fo mylittle

majority than Pennsylvania gave Hajes, creed of Cain. I believe the I'I'opll'of the villains they sent to destroy it or tll ; what the Republic-ail ring, orgatizrd boy. u mil nice puppy. What
and Indiana the North will repudiate them. There i is and (Srant's will him for?"
gave Til.len a larger majo'rit)' debauch its moral nature into an acceptance : by Republicans' privatesee'rehary YII.I'1
and there can 1 be, no rational from the in feel at nil like parting with
pretensethat government lt
than Ohio gave h ayes. The dissensions: ill of the of n Christian statesmanship : 1t,11 Il I
Ihe.tlh. tears: the South.:; lime men win ""rilldl'h'l' about two j'ears." new pet, but he knew very wel what
the Democratic party of New York have put it forward, d.. not believe, it. General !(/ W l second administration' ill: the,disc thcvhavescdeliberately losure-s! otrimt's TIIK the South I is to the businessmen : his:: father thought about it. t Still i might

been entirely healed, and there i is every reason (!/rant told the country\ oneof his speechesin to work fabrieatingsuehnSoutlns :: of Il'pclllf the North. ,'e ask that they \"lll'tlproh''t !II\1 him the puppy if he asked 1 tr'ICI.

to anticipate an increased, majority for the :South; only a few weeks, before' the we should have had if they had. siucevde the 11'1 If South, not njjainstcompetition / 11'1''r' \ '(' for it.1'u .
date on which he was expected to be, the I take live ma'am.
Hancock the in the' realization what their malice amid hit against! !si liathum. Disorder Ilo1I'r.
over vote of 1S7< (Gen: Hancock such
candidate of the It'jult
in him
: that ,
L'epublirut'nrty; originally planne'd. They have and. misgovernment in "BrnJ.: tOlli' IIl.,1
is entirely acceptable to the people IIf his: joutney through; the Southern States he constructed venality I't1p for the Carolina and Texas will stop LOliilll\lnlth tl. !! 1'1 thought. of buying."

New York, and Mr.[ Knglish: holds financial 1111.101I''r'l'.1'I'r. 'wh"t', the same sign i of tion of fools and bigots a device l'olltl'm\'I\-\ Massachusetts(: and silence the hum of business i. I seemed to" Ken I good deal ns if he weredreaming

views in entire accordance with those of tin loyalty l and devotion to our common Hag call the Solid South. This till'hnn'. furnishedwith in New York It is i, not the belief that ; but he did us he was told, nl,1dimhl'l
and. country as! prevailed! in the North. all the vehl-known appliance the thinking men of Indiana, of Ohio, ofNew hack to his perch on the heaped up

business men of New York. There seem, The above i is an extract front a speech delivered of an over-re-adiingdcinagogi-m.I ; In the firs\ York, runotc to reestablish; carpetbag :ft whllt to wait for his father.
sold the
therefore, nothing to base any expectation' murde in the Southern :State, und was not long before' ho had
by a Republican: who} has! come out plncp.it I is n territory given over government
of the vote of New York being given to Mr. and rapine In the SI'I'Olltll'lal'l" its people yet the election of (!arlie>ld means that mucn wheat ni.I 1'111' out "
from that will General .
and otc for is ?
Garfield who has party wait only I an opportunity todcmandnnd oh and l more. FiOI'I'1 years ago the :South;. laid l Why, BI, where your puppy
I no personal! popularity
"There he I is father
Hancotk, believing that there tan be no tailll'lI\'IIII'lItlIl1t' IIll'tl'lf"r. their slavesbut down her arms and surrendered ni thingsin ,
I the state. peace' fur the whole country until the proscription f it all lasses sustained 1 I in the war. lithe J.lnlIIlih. Since then she sought Why, if that ain't 1 five-dollar bill 1 Yondon't

Looking; then at Indiana: we find U well and never ending cry of a disloyalSouth thirlll'll1l'I', the Confederate to only which make for pcaceiSim ; ants 1" added, "The pig did
organized Democratic partl.'rfl'Ctl1Iitl'll I I be pensioned! like the Union soldier. In the (' hits nothing except the upbuilding BI'I l'x\llall'll\ Ill :
:; is stopped, and it never would. ceaseas fourth placethe, national debt is to be 11I\h'll timings ]if to-day it i is it fat .
and actuated by a feeling of state pride, and long as the Republican party rules. And, lastly, havill !'I'I'lIrl'll thl'l'e1.. solidly l"I0.tlh', it i is due only to" the fact Well yes"!, the pig did it. I just: bl'lt1

local pride ill electing a Western man for The time has! been long, but if we are nol sinus of a distempered fIIthe\ stars! timidstripes that the) party IIltll'arth'aler tile.He though.won't know what to do with five-

Vice-President! Garfield( has no strength mistaken, the people' of all !'('dlollarc! sick are to be (milled down and the linn havcdcnic-d to any man wihil her borders dollar bill" 0
is to he run in their place"Meanwhile the ( rights '. The
beyond that of his party, a\lllthl'rc seems to ny ,1\1l'lIlI/1/ up 'nIIIIIII.t either. Hut I throwon" -
i and tired of this! continual postponement of the South gives! the lie to th' Republican party disfranchised: almost every "Nor11, Klon' (11

t be a full confidence\ felt in the Democratic that real union which should make a com whole thing by l'olltinllingtol'rO:
'ucce.ss i in the October) election. The Repuh 1I\OJIIl'Olllllr}', and propose accomplish, the its share of national I liabilities: and to furnish to vote to the 11 ro. It refused, to remove to be 1 knew horso what:1 iOn.that meant, for his father

defeat in Maine has greatly discouraged, prosperity to the Ninth, f first! ns the such political; disabilities, it I'rntt.1IIJ.t HI'I
can work of so much de-sired. horses! and was all the while
peace chief. contributor to the balance of trade, in. th'I'1 and white 1'1'111111'1.11 kil11Illult
the Republican I'tl'I'IlInd leaders. It was 1\ our fll'or1111 1''olllla1 a customer. and to-day it refuses! to accord to Iling them, So it was not long;

matter of extreme importance that :Maine TiiKwarfor: the Union was, .succcssfullvelused Five yens of cessation! from l Radical. legislation l'rim'l whie 1:1 in the South the right to before I the wagon was empty, and Ken and
more than tiftl'ell"l'U ago. .\h and interme-ddling have !) the right to vote for his father made their way to where the
should give the keynote of Republican suc wrong! !ol'latl' fl'lwrnt:
classes of our people must! share, alike in the this, change\ in the condition of the :South: a famous Ulion nl,1cr, the right to speak horses! were to be Auld
cess.! The election, it was announced, was of the I'nion' and 1'llIallI'on. the "There's rood, ninny of 'cmin'sald Ken'sfather
blessings! are \ and the Republican )party' in order to perpejuate from the stump 11 North, right to organize 1
to be moral lesson to the Oarce-lon cerned ill its and in the in the South "but the whole lot isn't worth much.
a great perpetuitv, proper its! jiower, wants to revivethe old 1, political clubs! or towearrc'iiflannel "
people, who tried a strict construction of administration ''mubfieafttirs.! We are in ruinous system! of proscription and pillage, \ shirts., This sounds incredible 1 guess! there isn't, anything here I wnlt.

the Maine t'IIctinlllLws and who were a state of profound peace. Henceforth let It which, reaching its highest pitch in 1H7.'J: ; we do}not say the intelligentnentimentin Not many people were bidding for the
: supposed
lie our purpose to cultivate sentiments of came \'l'1'111'111' ruining the )people of boll the North approves such Ih'Iiall but we horses! und they were indeed u hour looking
to have been sunk into l'uliticalpl'rlli. friendship, and not of animosity: m among our seetiuns.'rue' mluestionlhere/ire/ fortheiieopic do say 11I1'1 like Ourficld, llluinc, Conkling? lot ; but pretty soon 1 gray horse was led!

tiun.11'. Blaine! and the IItJIiticall.rophl'" fellow it/ens. Our material interests, varied of the United :States; to decide i is : Snnl 111,1 Sherman and 'public* journals: like the out thnt hlll'111111y, and was as thin} us if

could not consent! to less than the majorityof std progressive; : demand: putt constant and one party rule forever upon passionsartfiillv' Chicago Tii!>niiftn\\\\ thl'Cil'llnat (bmmrrcinl he had wind. One man bid a
united efforts.! A .sedulous and scrupulouscare fomented; to keep the asunder, or shaft seek! to force (' 110tr110 hate and dollar for him, and another bid two, and
1870 of 15,000.; The result has astounded of the public credit, together with a we have ihange '" whenever the policy of Intolerance described above on the there was a good: deal of fun made; about it ;

them. They have no "light vote" to fall wise! and! economical management of our party, in power gets salad that it can only people of this. I'oultry.Vl'ln' cnmitIdentthey but II'I'1 father hud very quietly slippeddown

back upon ; they have had the use of the JO\'l't\lmclltllll'Xl'l'lIllilurl'1<, should be maintaincd subsist on Icing? (;inrtield leads a gang: of will f"iI We! believe Indiana first! and the wagon and t"kl'l 1 careful
fund from the in order that all persons' : may be their) bandits. Hancock leads a body I of patriots then Ohio, York, and New Jersey and look At the lime horse. For all that, Ken
immense political wrung tected in their rights to the fruits of Garfield : reduce the South to t L Connecticut will decide in favor of peace, reconciliation was a little surprised when the auctioneer's
of ice-boklers ; they have even had W. W. own industry.! The time has come to enjoy howling vihdvnmess. Hancock proposes to und prosperity in the South hammer fell and he shouted :

Hicks, of Florida, pointing to the blazing the substantial benefits of reconciliation. As treat it its, a part of the Union Olrfl.ll'r' Kusiness is good, now, and, if Northern merchants Sold I for five dollars, to-"'hat'" your
and one people we have 1'0111&1101Intt'rl'st Letus to back to the dark do wish to go buck to the dark "
embers of his well-insured house: recounting pose-s go tl'S lot name, mister: ?
encourage the harmony and generous! pet-baguc-r./ Hancock proioscs| go forward days of from 1!72 to 187(1 the old story of the signal lightson rivalry our own industries which which is elected President of the WhiWlesey.
among to the bright days are in store for a General Hall'lck that. Rut it wa1n't his
on the shore-but all in vain. :Maine has will revive our languishing merchant marine united country and l'eo1.1l.-IQIst'ie' CuurlerJournal United !tatl.t.lrtrJUlr1 name nel'; his! name was Robert

gone against them, and, to use their old extend our commerce with foreign Ken," said his father, when he curate

Watchword "As Maine so goes the nations, assist: our merchants: manufacturers XII: VIO'S FKXffY. back to the wagon, "hand me that fivedollarbill.
goes vast natural
and to develop our
producers WHY THKY AUK SILKXT. If I cniuget that horse home, Il curl
Union. resources and increase the prosperity of our
w, o. BTODtnnn.It him in u fortnight. There'l no thing(
One of the most significant features of the \
But the loss of Maine has headed a list of ic-ople.
[ the mutter with him.
. Public office is a trust : not a bounty bestowed canvass i is the reticence of the Republican -
doubtful Republican states, whose! slender upon the holder, no incompetent newspapers concerning their candidates I was the pig did it. There was trllhle enough in making the

majorities would only require a change of or dishonest persons should ever be intrusted Beyond an occasional sickly reference to the The bigger the bij grew the more he poor !lame animal limp so many mll'l, nnd

one per cent. Wisconsin, Illinois, Tennsj 1- with it, or if appointed they should bol fact that ('n. Oarfield was Olll'l a poor boy squealed, and the ( he seemed to like hispen. they got, hOle after dark saw ;the but new thlt horse WI1 justas or
romptly> ejected. The basis i of a suhytantial and drove mules on a tow-path; they II'Vl' WII for.jiobody
vania and New Hampshire are classed: now l for all that he wonderedhow had at him or his owner.
practical civil service reform must first absolutely nothing to say with regard to the Ken knew it, but ( "
as doubtful states, while New Jersey; ,California lie established! h\' the people in filling the personal qualities of either I of their nominees it came to pass that he should find that t I'l the IIJ'!horse, said Ken.

Connecticut and Oregon arc considered elective offices!; if they fix a high/ standardof There are, of course, the best of rl'IS0n' for pig in the village street hulf way clown to .a good a his word about und
I the lameness und of
qualifications for office, and sternly reject this studied silence. The shameful rt''ur,1 the tavern curing plenty lat
quite certain for Hancock. the corrupt and incompetent the result will of (ion, hayfield in congress ali of Oen. I Out of the pen into the barn-yard and buy, und no work and gmxl cure, dil the
The general feeling seems to be that if Indiana lie decisive in governing the action of the Arthur in the New York custom-house invariably out of that into the street when tl gate was rest. The man that sold the gray five

is Democratic in October the Republicans servant whom they intrust, with api>oiiitiug loom into Irlmilellce whenever the open. "Won't I have a time ) etllg him I end dollars of wOlllot. have known him at the

for S. H[ \NOHK. names of those : mentioned house '
in I'ower.-W
will have no I Hence, the Republican newspajiers wisely There was u little doubt of that, for the It was just: about two weeks after that
the Presidency, while the loss of Indiana seek to withdraw their candidates as much pig felt that it was his duty to rout as he Ken's father drove the pig's horse to town
will not the Democraticsuccess. I 1111 SOT doubt the discriminating justiceof us. from the Nor went und he to and back in a buggy,andlwith nice new harness
seriously imperil and tin-incapacity for Intelligent |possible public scrutiny. refu.CI go quietly past any
the people and therefore do not do they stop here, but, by inventing alsrt! good opportunity to : Ilto some on, He stop home at the blakmlh't
self-government on his way and ,
of slanders about thing. shop ",
At the present time the Democrats! are doubt the !success of the Democratic resurrection ticket.Its tiers of the Democratic party, endeavor to Hen worke.lalllll did the pig. the blacksmith, seemed to take a great fancyto
would bury beyond
certainly the most enthusiastic and san success and hatreds which raise a cloud of misrepresentation that will "Hello Wllt'l that ?" the gray,
guine. the sectional jealousies obscure: the deficiencies of their ticket The pig had turned up u clod of earth "Just the nag I walt, Mr. Whittlescy ;
chief stock in trade ofpestiferous
!been the I "
.*- .- have so long demagogues, and in no other i is noticeable. however, that with all with sllethllj sticking on it, all lien only lvu no ready cash to pay for"him.
) sell credit know, said Mr.Whittlesey. .
on ,
resources at their command, und with u fertility pick it imp."it's you
AT the ratio of Southern this be so e1Tee'ntaliy accomplished.It sprung
present average way can "Anytliiiijj to
of that has( nccntrIt tr1.101"U
representation gives that section an advantage would re-store harmony and grxxl feeling rfrel.rl'eltatill lever that I know of care
mode of it you
been thus( round it wan uull'M
organs: .was ; copper]
the North the fact being that the all the sections and make us in fact C'lulie Il'plillcan
over between far tl blind the I'I'U.pie was a ('oil of some kll.l, but it was to take that vacant lot of mile next to the
outh has a representative for en'ry'Oooo: ns well as in name one people. The only to the ugly facts of the case, of and Hen rubbed bard to back tavtr. Tisn't doing me any good. 1 )had
stripped grimy it
the for thedevelopment
for be in
the North hIone would race ccan
while everyd
voters, rivalry then the elevation all sophistical disguises. In the popular eye "I never saw u cent like that it fur a debt und I have paid taxes
numbers. The census of mutl'riall'rlllllll'rit
in round
25,000 voters, I fur It these three "
Garfield and Arthur stand convicted by He.I read what it saws on it. Yt'al.'j
would if taken, have probably labor the enlargement of human (al't'el "
'f honestly of
: found \\ even ?
evidence of offence What have lien ? yon swap
I iiiblicaii the gravest: *, you my toy
of than ten of education, morality,
shown an increase not more percent. rights, the promotion would' and no amount of whitewash can hide their (dress it'skhud. of u cent. The found ( 1 might as well."
and all that
if much throu hout the South, order, and I'll
so religion, liberty real characters from view. Rut RepublicanlewspaiHTM it." There was more talk, of course, before the
it might have demonstrated even a positivefalling tend to make ns the foremost IlIIlInlluf the. could not do otherwise) than All the boys in the o toew old trade was tinlidied, but it came out all rightin

off since 1870. That it should exhibit earth in till grand march: of human 1'1'0.gtt'1'lS. keep silence about them. There is 'Squire Iturchard, only via half afraid the end. before the next day noon Mr,
such gains as are now being claimed is wholly .-WILIHM II. KM.USII.TUR : ; lulhilj wtro Corrigan' owned the horse but the
whatever to be said in their defeni e. ; of him was said he could read almost ;
I unreasonable, and I they can only be accounted (latftte any kind I a book, anti that was a wonder deelof! the town lot was made out In the

for by the theory of systematic r.OOIt TIME COMING.Unless 7oe ful sort of a man fur any man to 1"'. name of 11'1 Whittlesey, and not of the

fraud.-Sticraineitto llecord. we mistake the signs) eif the times, 1'OLITWAL NOTES The pig found it I declare! [ guess II[ IB.
Ah I How disappointed you are over the business season ahead for the I'll have to buy it of you.'* I Father," said Ken at the tea table,

failure of the infamous expedients of your a whole'Prosperous country,and.. jeially I for the :.South.; .VOTE our ticket or leave our employ," I I Don you %|wise it'II |>oa.s?" layn't I let the pig out in the rOll every-

to ruin the South. You cannot Ill) The i>eoi.le came ,do"'n to hard-pan several was the talk of the Vermont to, I Wt-ll, yen, it might ; hit it'lnly buy a Ilay1"
party and! they have bt''II.slowly! but bc-ir laborers before the ., Ill'uhll'.I'do cent's worth. I'll give you 10re that I No, Kn ; all the pigs in the village can't
it. Will you inform us how "systematic surely years recuh\ -ratiog. and trade. in tins, section Jot call this in New IcUol.England. for It," root "I l1ulthtr cent like that."

fraud in the census operations can be accomplished has !settled down to a healthy cash or l'UNeol "Oointf to melt it over and make new II.ll.; .
OKV. (IIKFJKLII has written an autograph \ he \ he
didn't. Do
Federal 'fhe agricultural season centuntof It?
without detection by the short time basU. : dland
has been propitious, the grain and provision! letter to a t'ltelal Virginia, )in which I No Ken, not HO bud\ as that. I'll keep Itt you know how lie lot for you?"
authorities and produce h" concede to Maus ck. John H. '
can any
you Itatc \Vhy 11"
hate turned out well, and the prospect o look at. a very old ieriuan coin, und y(1. HUI't
evidence of "systematic fraud" in the crops is for a large cotton 'rup-lIl1t' so large, \\IJ{")of Henry A. and one of the Ma- 1'1 what I'l Illlult>llat t." "Not ouite. You saw him turu up the

Southern census? We call your attentionto ,!tis: true, as was anticipated a month ago! t'letIN. say he has Ill the letter. Ken JbtclI..lllurd over tlUt word fur a cent, and" knew wlfut to do with i; he

the following remarks of the Springfield but with the price rising steadily as it ha HE.NHV \U ltruyH. it is announced l, nomeiit all tried to repeat "hll't. "
been of late, a crop that will yield' as many wi take the and Arthur. I lrl"latCknow I ; It'* a Wt"lllcl .Ye*, father.
nepullican, the prominent Republican organof million gold dollars as the larger crop. In reverendKUfeherwillheWfil laid, ovated like wlat : says ham SleUIC. "And 'Squire) Kurchard: saw the cent ali

New England, on this subject : fact, there is: now no reasonable doubt that and feasted the while las "white luul..I" jc-U Iltu Ids buck und legs" knew what to do with it ; you didn't."

the coming winter, the agricultural I;iizat.cth, an outcast, pines in jiovtrty alliJe .Not quite, Ken ; but it make me gather .YC father."
A is of all records, the during
census public to have an ltt. old coins, them in glass And the'IIIYluw ) knew
most difficult of alteration without people of the "South are going! up all put a case 'ourlUI1Iy,4Il
or /' what to ) with it. nor 1
abundance of money in their hamK They TUE Ohio elections are: Georgia October and look at them.
instead of
discovery. This is because, nut in debt, and the money which they (th; for state ollicers and legislature ; Ohio, Father is woos that ; it takes him bad, either. Andlsawtliegray horse, and knew
being statement of arc 1
,1 a mere population "
: ] what to do with him
IIwn001 the rest didn't.
for their ii their Ictober' 12th for minor oftlu-rs, con- in rainy weather ;
receive croje Ilah.
; gross addition, which of numbers might be, it increased is a record by of a|population mere- they are not going to put it away in old cupoards. Kr'It'J and a legislature; Indiana, Oct .Well, Ken, '\give the pig or you, justus .lout I don't I know what to do with thepig's

by sex and Within certain tIetinl' or (conceal in stor kings. They; are >vr 12th, for .- congressmen und )'01 say, 1 quarter: of a dollar for thatccmit town lit. '
age. and it to West nor ,.r, ( didn't nor I cither/ ;
enjoy 4rrlgll
limits the ratios of the and of the ruing to have the use of a legislature; Virginia, October 12th, So
< sexes
at different fixed and, the best of their knowledge, J and invent it in fur state officers ali a legislature ; L'oiinecicut lleii'n eye fairly danced, but all he could but man fII town that's 'just bought
Imputation are
ages which they find mot profitable. They two on October 4th. iiana/e to nay was, .Ye*, sir. Thank you, the old taVt'r is going to build it over new
known. well known lawli.unl"r eletoll
They depend on ways
cuurehey sir. I will. und to that lot to on. I tell
which the i inereose of lire going to build new, houses, new" THE clarion voice of Blaine, after his disrrace (1(1 I buy Lull
imputation what in
Itch much
il U l lien you buy, '
: I
going to push on new my
school They are 1 011 ,
goes on, except us affected by emigration or iew at home will hardly be Ohio, I'l world
furni- htartln I 11'ln't[ care much for this worth having unless nome-
will you >
railroads. They nll''hat'l tilt
immigration. No one, unless a master of heir tbemuseivesand Indiana and California, Wai exectrd lo with it I hotly { that knows exactly what
the entire subject! of vital btatistiea, could tune, new carpets, new cluthe'It to work wonder The name of Jilaine to do with'IIIC al"nl
families new horses, new carriage I Ken hesitated 1 only a WIlellt, for be wai i.
add without leaving their t-iit bc-cause thought it .
to was only
en. w u'e a population | 'i-ople uddenly exclaimed mother.
and 1 iirnin the andtlmiukirg his
machines quarter over over,
washing ul.I 1"11"
the proof of his addition apparent on amid buggies, stoves ,,tent ; now that his weakne at home Imam of .
m out thewindow.,
and ( of the to the 1ulktl
comfort just answer 'satire'squtsmtinn tht're'l
the face of bw figure+ to any one familiar ill the appliances[ rfH-n e*|",scd he could d-, fJlu. in the I that pig out in the garden (I""Jump.
;. with the "1l1. ed. This was once attempted jonvenience. The iiegroai now make more j jsjtton should he go, and I lit ven [ Kvii father. If hegets
\\ht said his
ad they did in the "It's a puppy.) sir. Mr.( Malone said I11.lt ,
in Louisiana tate ( every year, just r after ( surrender to
by a Ik-publican govern I pj-jiw-iall into he'll
ment. and at once discredited (the census. lays t>t slavery but the more cotton w no ConLling,-.\ buy un just
negrosand, money.
buy more
If : sheets already beginning i longer required to I' "
as some Republican are
to the return (ruin the! South- onseuuently, it is *jf nt in the improvement I No well wisherof hi.country bates fifteenor It'll lie the 1.lg'II'UlIY then All right, I Ik-fore lien pit the pig out of the garden,
ay ,
hi felluw-citizen
million of
and enhancing the comfort twenty but you can't (, | of him. the pig learned that Dc-n knew what to do
t'rntates: hate been altered, the fact will be t o f the fanu in I
j with such an intense hatre that he will not
and The; pig was home in u deal with big stick.'rHE .
apparent. No trained statistician like ( en. uC the owner, bw family employes drh"t'l g'l I

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Till OLD LOPE" AX!) T11K XK\\\\\ (; m\I':U.\IJ nIUIC'fOU": : '. I BRU>FORn (fC rTY. \ Aiiemor of T Key West. from the Thirty-first Senatorial l H>j>{"etOn
County l/If9I1-J II. Richard Providence.
Her love Is not of yesterday: 't United flutes" OlMccr" CVi-rA-Hciirv F. York, Luke, Uutler.S7rrrV. Col/cctor nf RC"ClweWutter" C. Maloney[ : the, same day an election' will: be! hl.hlill I

.\ new-found toy to charm and<< please! ; LAND OFFICE, U\IM2VILLK. ;/ \\'. Tumblin, Stirke.AMCftnr Jr., Key West.Huiirriittciiilcitt: the ( 'OUIIIof Madison( constituting the I'
'Twos sought and, won in childish way of Schools-J. V. Harris( Key 'l\111 Senatorial::: : ; District! for a Senator to
T A. ,J. lcKhlll.lIke
Barnes of ;
ilegjxcr-I. A. Gainesville.Itecrhwr / i ) the
lire life wns chilled by care's mid breeze; Butler West: fill the vacancy! occasioned by resignation :
John K. Kollin :
And it has: faithful been, till now Gainesville. I'ennis Ea :II1, wlw was elected .
of Hon. ;
The ,'(unryor'(Irnrrnl-L. D.) Hall, Tallahassee.II : : :. LWct-titr sweet, sweet course of courtship run, Itutler.tSujMrlutemlrnt. Senator for the: term of' four years,
Before Clod's, throne tlio 1I1II0wcI'OW =TKtCT C'OfHT. J. Baker, Fernandina. : Generalllectionheld: on the' Ii Tuesday: J.J
/ nf Sr"IJII1.C./ I:. Harrison !
Has made two but of November, A. H.> .
hearts OIlC .111""r-Thol1lll Settle, Ja: ('kronwille.Ilm'ahulJ Starke. after the first Monday: .
Clerk-C. W. Maxwell( Fernandina.S'4cnf
: II. Durkce, Jack 14.on\ille. BREV.VKIi: COrXTY.t: -1'eter Cone, Fernandina.Affrffor li'i ; ,""
And now a IIClo'c claims her heart C'lerl'I'IuilipValter! Jacksonville.IXTKRXAI. / : III the County: of Duval constituting theEighteenth '
A love till now by her unknown ; (\mnty .i/ /II/flll-\.1.: Whitlock, City Point. rif1ilrt'-WlII. I1. Garland, Fer- ; Senatorial District: lilr Senator ,
.\ holy J"it doth impart) UP.VKXI=' :. Vlrrk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville.Antcumr imndimi.Cotlrrtnr. to/till I henl'nllr)' occasioned: by I the resignation :

A joy that eau be lier's ulon-e. ('hll'llir-Ikllll gaga, Jacksonville.J 71.1'1'-.1. i D. Stewart Tilll'i1Il'. of Jt1'I'/lIlc-\'lIrr..n, F. Scott Fer of Hon. .I. 11. Diirkee} who was

The little form within her arms COLLECTORS; OF CTSTOMS.Jiihn ('a 1rrtornf' lirlviHir' -F. M. Platt( I Lake Jes- nandina.XiipFrtittcmlent\ l'Ill'tt',1:1'llIlor, :: for the term of lour, years: at

The tinrlow'r\ but newly born "'. How-ell, Fernandina.Edward << sill, Orange County.f of.*hn',1-\\/ Mahoney: ( the General: Election; held on the first Tuesday

Hath o'er her spirit wrought) its charms : Hopkins!, Jacksonville.John <.,IJIf'I."fmdl'lIlf! tfcliool. *-Alexander, Tindall ('mu In hun. after the first Monday( (November, .\.
Those! charms she ne'er will scant Lake View Oil\XdKCorXTY.County ( : .
F. House, tit Augustine.J. 1):187.x.;
) ('urrie, Cedar Key. rt.\v COUNTY 'ltfllr-H.. Summerlin:: Orlando.Clerk In the Counties of Taylor and Lafayette,
And shall the new love kill I the old, -J. I' Hughey; Orlando.Sheriff ) constituting the Twellb(; Senatorial: District>i ,
And banish it from out her breast ? County Jml jr-\\'in. Peeler, Green Cove = ,
Springs.f'lrrk. ; -Thomas. Shine, Fort I! for a Senator to (ill the vacancy: occasionedby !
Or shall it wither' and wax (cold, Slntr OIllcery.FxE't'TiVU TUJCCS-John C. llryson, Haw, whoa
:\ :
death of lIon E.: McAuley,
Neglected\ << for the later ? -O. .\. t\ltI,1in:\ lon, ( ;ireen CoveSprings.
guest kinsville.Collector. fourvcars
: the term of
KPAKTMENT. elected 1 Senator: for
p" <<
Ah Within, IInl! together her heart they in concord shall reign, truend h'osrruorirorge 1-'. Drew, Tallahassee.I'roiilent : SAw(T"James 1\\', po)\ritt, (I ireen CoveSpring. of 'r/'C/IIlr-Xat, Poyntz, Orl.uulo.f at the General' l Election held. on the
: < Backs
iijH-rinteintciit rf''ehunla-Jahn T. ( of November.
after the first Monday -
.\ each from each shall strength obtain.( pre tein. ofScnntr-W. 1). Barnes, Fort. I'eid.: Ii
The old love and the new.MISVULLAXKA. Tallahassee.Scrnt'iry: A.1..It..ol.of! Ta.rrx-\Vht.l'unttay( l Kiiig: ..lcy.Ciillirtur .' A. 'D. ly7S' :
of ."f"fr-\\'. D. Itloxham, Tallalinxxcc. 'of Hciciiiic-\Vni, :S.: Plmnmer.Maxville. TAYI.OK ( 'I NT. In the (County nt'IIill-bnriugh, constituting

Olltllf".Jltflyr-Jl.) N. Cox, ferry the Thirtieth: Senatorial District for a

( 'onijttrollrr-( '11111 111111 Drew, 'l'n lIa ha :*ce. Sniii'riittf( intent of .khoaJ5-11. F. fieiger, SI"'nIlJtllal4 j : Osteen: ferry Senator to till the vacancy occasioned, : by, the

Treasurer- Walter (Gwynn, 'l'a IIaIinssl! '('. Miildlcburg.I rirk-John 1I. Faulker, Perry.Sni resignation: of Hon. J. '1'. Leslie! who was
:My( baby, boy sat' on the \Hour ; .itlurneylrte'rn1-Serrge! 1'. IJ.mey: 'I'allaI l'ol.t'>III1.\ fol'XTY. >intrn'leiit of ....1'/100/-1-/ ::. \ aim, Perry.County l'h''II',1rllator, :: for the term of four years: at
His: Illg hi ile 1'3'1'-1: were 1'1111111'WIIIHll"r ; 7h"'lra-1I. S. :Sutton held the iirst Tuesday :
I hassee.Commimoner: Perry. the (General Election on :
For he: had, never thought I before' af Lunrls-Iiuglt A. Corley, Clerk Comity-.ledge-1V John \;III7.allt. )r. Jr.Ives, ,Lake Jr., I Lnke City. OJl/uf1811r/'I'lor-D. \. Cox, Perry.Coliitnr after the first: Monday of November, _\.
That baby by the mirror door, City I"CIII/C-.J) U. Calhoun, D/IS7S.
Tallahassee.Siifirriiileiident, of / 1\
: : :
/ ] I hake ( .
What kept the two, so near, asunder. ; ; nf! 1'idilic 11/.f/ r/lcf iOIl-,,'. I 1'. MiriffV.A/..i.**(