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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: October 9, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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VOL. II. PRRNANDINA, FLA., SATURDAY t OCTOBKU H, 1880. NO. Gt'-

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s. '; STATE XKWS.AlacJnia. .plained: cause the gasoline: ignited and there in Ibis ce-unty will: vote the full Democratic' would become immediately tributary to persona! effects of different. kind, iiicl-iding

.' i'r was a fearful explosion, which filled the ticket November '-'.--.\ drunken negro Sanford The next move after this! one jewelry and 1 IIIOIt'.t' have also! heard.

', rooms! instantly with flames Mr[ *. Clarke Man shot colored woman in the shoulder : should be a road from Lake Monroe to the other evidence sufficient to lead us t., believe -

,,.;.ii" i The Democratic: voters at Dudley's Store ami the children rushed from the room all on last Thursday evening, September Indian river country, and, then ll... onlook! that many: other persons! aside from

.'.h are. making arrangements for a 1 barbecue on burned in a most horrible manncv. .\ negro 2.:). lie says U was! an ne-cident but the circuit for Sanford. would be a bright one."' -One those mentioned, have been guilty of many

} he 15th of October.-We understand 1 that I man, the only adult person on the t'rem' court will investigate time matter.-.\II of the new portions of Florida, which I is! discreditable ttct.i on the beach, lint wo

;fa colored Democrat at t'wnnnO\'iII, in this i+es! uninjured extinguished; their 1 burning i intelligent and i Influential'{ coloivd man advised l being opened I up to settlement and which i isdestined have not tangible evidence i sufficient to

.> ou tity, was assaulted!" and shot. 1 by 1 HepubliTcans clothes and the neighbors! rushed to their : us a few days ago that, the colored people to receive no small share of attention warrant ns in bringing foci: ( names: to the

.,,4 one day last week We have not learned IIs bta1ll'l'. All that could be ,done to alleviate I will not support the ring nominations during} ; the next: year or two, is the region attention of the court In taking the evidence -

}*:'he prrticulars--Cnhirarille; ; lJ(. their fearful !'ulft'rin4'n! done, but 'I' '* for senator and assemblymen.! Many: lying contiguous to Likes: Tithopckali' in this rll-
Alachua i is the second county in the State alas, human aid was but a mockery in sucha nr thl'll1are in.ti nnnt.-. Tile recent e-en- ga: and Kissimmee and! t tie Kissinunoc river. ashore directly on the misappropriation of

"it; [In point of population In two years it will f'arfulcalalllity. Little !Daisy. expired' in Slut of Jefferson ('ouni; shows that we havea : This region ;is little known and sparsely scttleil. personal! effect of tho passenger.: : of the

'',; { Stand! at the head of the census column in a few moment : !little Oradt' 1i1l.n'I't'.lJlltil: total population of 1t ,lCt: Divide this h by Hut those: who are acquainted} with it !steamer, and hate: thrown aside all evide-noo

)2Ji \!numbers! as well as name.-The countyivcommissioners about four o'clock, when death! eatno to the !live'--the generally acceptAratio\ --;and we pronounce it one of the finest{ and most attractive that: related! simply to provisions and other

>R-i endorse the action of two relief of the little sufferer.! Mrs.: Clarke is I should have a voting population 3,225: : ; in the State. There is i an abundance perishable matter. In the evidence beforeus '

.? grand juries advising the conversion (he yet living; at this; writing, (\41 o'clock) hut little and !strange to !say there are already! oil the of water, and some of the t tinosf: t rice !, and which! we present to tho prosecuting'

'>r ,present county scrip indebtedness. into n hopes' are entertained of her recovery ; registration books about 3,5ts1> name*, anil and sugar; : lands in the South. Winter i is attorney, will be I found the names of four or

l bonded 1 debt, !:?:OM.I': ) payable January, 18Si I;, and little; Lula, who was the least injured : the number is: increasing! daily..1/lIIlit'I/I./ practically unknown there. The pine lands live l'lrtil'wh": from the evidence ud-

anti $20,000: JanuaryW!)\..Ganesrtlc! Sun. aNo lives, but the physicians' think there i is ( 1II..fl'tIlIm. are- well adapted to the cultivation: of the duct], we believe to be implicated in u

ColumbIa little chance for her tl'l'tnl'ry11 infant Leon semui-Iropieal fruits, while the rich ham- wholesome !system! of( downright, robbery
.\ fmrn ercanleto (town Monday to )hire minks! with proper cultivation will growvegetables lImtrr.
We understand 1 that.a..h Morell[ of a year, the only other member the family :
I "1, this was except the husband. : was asleep in an adjoining hands to' pick cotton, offering{ fair wages) and : during every month of the 't'ar. After undergoing; : thorough repairs the
killed near lluntsvillc[ in county, on board, but nary hand did he get. The bare. This would, have been overrun with steamer M is again
:': last Leo Cole and that room and, was uninjured 11[r. region 1' Wednesday night by )
: two brothers t of Colt were accessories. The Clarke was himself engaged) ; in business: in thought of work makes: the street loafer; settlers years ago; but for its inaccessibility: trips ineonn'ctinn with the rlilrllI'1.; -Mr.
3i'pnrtiei town and h\llnot: returned to dinner. The deathly sick at his 'tolll\cll.-\ fall. lag-( ; and the immense labor requisite' to get produce J. 1hit!'eontpletetl this week.the bridge over
; : are all colored, and 1 iti is rumored that
;.. room C'xhihit'l'rr clearly the l'l'nrfulllahlfl' state ha hl't'll'n'l.tt..l by Major Robert (iambic out to a market. This difficulty ha.t Chiltee'chattoo Hun: costing: him $ the of the \ too much intimacy
} cause difficulty was
between Cole and Morell's wife of the scorching fire to which they were :sub in front of Saxon's: !store', out the Stars t t'.iis: season been' measurably overcome. The l'elll'lt1I1'll\'clill the road, and 1 from other

:f which had aroused Morell's jected.. Neither the stove nor its: reservoir and\ Stripes, bearing the names! of Hancock; South Florida Railroad: : ht'gullla..t. winter, sections! of t the county should feel obliged(

I "1 : suspicions: so arc in the least: injured which proves the Knglish: Hloxham and Hcthcl, float at its ;s now coiiiplcte-d to Orlando, thus bringingthis to :[Ir. UniT for this: pulio thonmition.1Velearn !
,1r. deemed rid of
that Cole it to
.' get
+' -"( ;)J him. The guilty\ parties necos.iry have nYd l the Mate explosion occurred from the ignition of the head.! long may it wave. .lion. W. I D.Hloxham point into direct connection with the that 11 Ir. [L. It. Leo contemplate establishing '

1 ,Iii Jsike fluid in the pitcher held, by Mrs.[ Clarke, and : has resigned" the office of Secretary: 1 great lines of transportation' : It I is but : n brick yanl near his: orange
(
\ A"T 'it'y llrjioiter. the c\,idencesshin that the whole room was! of State, and Governor Drew. has appointed twenty miles: from Orlando to the :head' : ofI grove The clay found there t Is said to be

( Jtuvtil.Mr. instantly filled'! with flames. To paint (lie llev.V.. A Rankin, of Madison[ county, I.,ike Tahopekaliga.: The Mc'amcr 3f" riJlrllc the best:< in the county, and. such being the

P. N. Bernachi. who has a standing. heartrending, secneIII this desolated home is to fill the uncxpircd term. Mr. Rankin 1'11\ 1 has hl'l'nplt 't.lnpon this. lake during\ the easewe hope Mr.[ Leo will !soon commence!

order from a London firm fora large number beyond the power of human languagi: native of New Hampshire, a man of high; present! year. Its headquarters} 1 Is u at t Allen's operations. Good brick is what \\o need.

of orange sticks and a variety of Florida Kind hearts anti willing bands \\cre (hero t 10 personal (character and said to be eminently wharf: nt the head of the lake. This little --Dr.) Downing) living; n short distance

woods, has just received a standing; o-'der er.tuid l to the !sufferer. all possible, : aid l, and! fitted for the position.1Ve have met !steamer now making regular: trips down from\ town grows: n pine-apple superior to

from a Paris firm fur 10,000 orange sticks per to the husband. so terribly stricken their many intelligent voter from Wnkulla; county t the lake, down t the K I..i|Il1l1lt't' river tl'i-ougii: any we have: ever seen. It resemble! the;

t month Sir. Hernachi has! made, one or two heartfelt condolence! but we feel that human: mud find them all !solid for Hancock and KissJmme-o: : lake, and clear t to, ho I foot of common variety in appearancebut the texture

br shipments to London amt. made: his words of sympathy are but dead, :and cold, Itlo.xham but somewhat divided in (thl'ir'' Lake Okcchohco. It takes about fifteen daysto : : I is much smoother\ and the leaves .small

first shipment of canes to Paris on the things in the presence( of such a crushingcalamity. : : county matters, though; they say' they are make: the month l trip to the foot of Oke- er. Thoarlety was brought; friMii the West

Western Texris'l'hursday-LettcN from the : May 00,1.! who alone can help all united. in one* determination, and, that isto chobcoand return,, and as yet these long; Indies.-The Scott's: Mill[ pos-t-offle-o has

s following states have been received by the I give the husband. !strength to bear' tlti--:. fl'nr. not allow their county to be disgraced: : bya trips are only inado: occasionally as!! there be-en 11i discontinued and the l'ltlpll'or that

Commissioner of Immigration from September flllortl'al.t !9) cluck Tuesday: night little Radical mis-representative:: ( in the next i is n demand.. Hut shorter trips: down the section will hereafter get their mail at

2o to October 2 : West Virginia, 1 ; Alabama Lula had parsed: away. Jars[ (Clarke1, the legislature. So we may export !soon to see Kissininici1. are frequent, so that thosi-ttlets While's store, Marion[ county. All mail

: 1 ; Vl'rmontli) i ; New Jersey, 3 ; Massachusetts [ List of the: \ictims! of this drl'u.tfullll'l'iJ.'lIt. t their differences ndjastt'd-JYmrjdinn. of lIIt'alh': can: now receive! supplies orship will ho addressed, to Scott's Mill[ us hereto'

I ,, : 1 ; Illinois:l, 2j; Pennsylvania: 2 ; died at 1:30::J( (I'dol'k'lhlc ..lar morning.tf ; ,- Cotton continues to roll Into mire ity I tlail '. their pr i,lute with little trouble., From\ fore, and (then forwarded l to the abovenamed -

Georgia, 2; North Carolina i 1 ; Louisiana, 1 ; 11 IIJIl. .\ good crop has been made, and most of it the head of tho lake produce can l holl/mll'.l I poMt t.clml'l'-SllmltT County AdiHincc.

J v Indiana, 2 ; Rhode I l\nt1. 3 J ; Tennessee' 2; is being' !successfully! gathered. :Sugarcaneand : to Orlando mind from hero "shipped by rail Voltisln.Notwithstanding .
The Waycros.s road coming into the city
South Carolina 2 ; Colorado: 8 ; Kansas, 2 ; will cross tho Florida Central Railroad }potatoes are looking tine The corn Wifb'tbe iiicreaso: of h'ism: in that region ; the heavy loss: by the
nl'lrtIe
:Missouri: !" 2 ; Wisconsin! I ; Connecticut, :3 t ; L .I'kyar.l' branch in the rear of Hurch's crop is being housed though much has been 'nere will he nil increase: of tral1"'prtllll'lI1flI'ilitll' storm' we ht t'e\ yet to hear of any one who

Ohio 1 ; New York 12 ; Kentu'k ',4 ; Florida brickyard, and then directly down to the stolen from the fields: by thieves: Tho }pea so that settlers need l have no fears Is sorry for having planteditton., On the!

8. Total 04. Several persons some river. McCoy's creek will crossed! 1 severaliiines. crop( promises to bo large.-I'ntrtot.Levy. of lack of transportation This entire! region contrary nioro' acres: will bo f planted, 1 next 4
with their families arrl'ing.'i"itefl!" the office abounds in and tilt waters arc
i .- -Union.; game, season t than ever before. The &growth of the
and made inquiries about localities!, routes, iscittnblt. On Monday afternoon our town was full nf li..h.. It is u s-tortsman's| honanra industry! may 1m slow for many rcusu.i*, but

]lands, prices, productions, transportation, thrown into a high state of excitement over nll.l'a..t! numbers of tourists! will take advunhigo tho day is not very di.itant when cotton:
deaths
a etc. Both those writing and visiting! say Twenty-three occurred in I\'n'ql. shooting; affair between [u1'!
.,%,. that Florida is: interesting many in their several cola during the month September.: and Jack Idtstingcr.! It occiincd Ir.Hollbtrr'j invade this: new region during the coming and the /South.! This time, however, instead -
The Santa Rosa while !
steamer her
) localities, and believe that immigrationwill on way will'folhHv
winter. In ilielf wake settlers, of reigning u despotic monarch on
bar-room. I
stating and n col.
: from Choctawhatcbie to this with
increase. A Colorado man has come, : port ti the 1 who will convert: this: territory into one of large plantations its milder will '
ored wt'rl1ln rfuarfTl 1 10
tow of barges, hursted her boiler when man n and I t marshal! sway
anti goes Go Indian River to set out 2.000I near
a the tho most! productive' Held! in the whole over tho homes of small piinters--iluuju{
attempted to quiet two rumen when he
: Town Point and, tm'l'tto the
tree A was city nitrOlHlar.
c grove. Kentucky immigrant proposes South and build and luxurious
np) pleasant! (booty \:11".
was drawn into a fight himself! with I.ast.!
The damage I is suit! to bo
to largely in the vegetable slight,
engage growing. hlllwlll'ro\ now is a howling wilderness.Oraitijf .
A lady from Alabama desires: to purchase and, therefore, will cause: but little tleten.tion.e inger. The marshal claims: and there arc County llrjiortfr.Mr. (lO.1uumCl.'I.' .
others who bear the same testimony! that
learn from !
a already set out. A New York goo.ll1l1thnrity thatSir ------ .
grove F. W. chief of the
Kills engineer (leu.I. .
Lasfinger made[ for, him with n knife, and, it
[ .\. Paul Spencer, commandant's: clerk Cotton.
gentleman wants to purchase a Ll'aringgro'l'
) l1'fe"lIt'l.t'l 1l..1 in securing cannon at
A I ifidy and family have arrived to nt the Navy( Yard, has been notified by hill was with great difficulty that he escaped' HAVANNUI, October 7.
Jacksonville: for )tho use of our town, and 1
superior officer that 'illeHe\'rr.! his unhurt. His! coat sleeve was cut, and Jolt! Middling t: i loj
settle.' Twelve persons, from as! many different connection his The marshal brought it up on Wednesday. It is a Ixiw Middling[ 10
were pants. as
with the Hancock of which says soon
states, write they will come this:! October. club (1 xxl
: twelve ]IH'lIl1lh'r. six feet long and weighs ordinary.,. pj
organization lit has been long a member he us he could extricate Ililll+elf he fired at
He\'l'ralapplilItions for reduced transportation {CHARLESTON: October 0.Middling .
IMK( jMtuuN. Although /an iron piece' 1111.111
need not be surprised if he receives a letter Lastingcr, and t felt that it was necessary to I
:1 which are not now issued:, as Mallory& little rusty, it will awaken the echoes of 101
Co. have withdrawn their immigrant rates of discharge. What does this mean? As a save his own life. Others who wen present l Low Middling I i 104
rule and officers profess! eschew idmlt that Irfistingcr. resisted the marshal. Lake Monroe when tho occasion) demuii'is Good Ordinary....................?... Ui!
of 187!). The writers of the letters seem army navy .";'mlFl.t.jdl& Journal.1'u .
politics. The commandant is credited with nit that the marshal struck him down with NKW Oiu.EAN$, October 0.
anxious for information, and express themselves I ...................
lis club and l then flivd at him three times tnn in. Middling ............... m
us desirous of coming to Florida and having; said that when at the North he votes : I L..w M I idling!:...-....u...... lOa
scarcely a train or steamer arrives but what the Democratic) ticket and from this remark while down, which was wholly unnecessary The Democrats) of Putnam county l stand> Good t Ordinary......................... l III
would Infer that of Mr. Holzendorf wo arrested, and gave bond solid fur their ticke-t. Sever in tho i
brings more or lessj persons, who come to one naturally a change history (J"Ol'l"'I'1J and I'l'() lons.
make new homes hero. Some go up on the' climate implies change of principle.' -I'en- to stand' a preliminary trial in Jut t'e MeJueen's [ of this county has there,' beets Mich united 1 t"Nl'INN.\Tf October(J.

line of the Transit road others to South1'hinita 8rrtIJ/ .1d"'IIItII. court. Tho case will come oil' on -ffort; ; never such complete' organization, Flour/ closed in good, tll'lIIull.i mind u shade

; Middle and West Florida and Gail stl en. the !It ii I IUllt. We trust and believe !be will tnd .n upvpr. htti'li,,".. ,n fjiilli. in.n the .tttitwiHkti".. ..... tint .la. higher ; family up Wheat strong ut t tt7t(<5J;tit! for No. :2! re-d t winter
There has not hc.cn much tobacco planted. bo able to make it clear that he was perfectly sure to follow manly: effort in a good
John's came.
u the ::<1. Iliver.-A Telephone rqiorU'r weak ut MnM! i / for No. 2 amber Cum irrt.g:
was !informed this! morning that material for in this county this year. What has been justifiable in what he did.! I.a:
the new street railroad was on the way here cultivated has been of very fine tl'lali' ; .- N doing very well and will no doubt re-cover display and the largest gathering ever th'IlI1IlI.llIl\Il a shado! higher ; N0.2:!,mlxcd.: ::

a and the work of building the road would('. According to the rl'n'HII reports' the oldest from his wounds. He received.. 1 u hall in his seen in this town or count)'. It I will bo" one $1(l7t51ij1st5),:III. > Pork 1 .unsettled Lard strong l; cur-lots and offered higher at at
) in the county is )[N. TabithaVjl!. left side, IIrll1lL"'lll.g.-(..<,." Key Jmifiiiil, grand rally one long and nhout
r gin in a very short while.-The schooner person prolonged N D.-(7i)$(iNj.! Hulk meats dull shwuldcrs, !'
I'ive Hnthert arrived yesterday with a h Hams: whose age;, is lOS:{ p'nr.-Ir. F. M. Man roc.Oar for HanciKk, liloxham, Fmlcy, and our $1 :37J. ribs 7 75.; Hacon quiet ; "IIIJIJI"l'N 5-
Godson has his two miles ticket. -Mr. 75, clear sides K 75, sides\ 0 25. Whisky> !;:
cargo of iron consisting of 1,43-5 rails: for theFcrnamlina \ on plantation, cigar manufactories are daily intreitsing county -- Ocorge ISe rh runs
steady ut Itt!). Sugar easier hard: !OJ!($
;
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& Jacksonville Railroad. ten'. from town, several bunches of fine bananus, in number and! importance.-Allniryit the fast andeomfurtablestearuertr. rorlfr0mit 11. Hogs active and firm ; common :JIXV4) )

doreHquiro English has contracted to deliver one bunch having as many as l.V/full grown :; ISro. will launch their new sx-boniier next thl"l.lal'\ Crescent City in the mall lino. 311, light. .. 70f!,li Of), packing' 4tilS1x1: ,

the iron on the ground of the com- and well formed bananas on it. Yet somo Wednesday, October 7. They have patriotically The boat is doing good business. We wIsh 'hut(-heM ft iMKJj.S. 10.

Td,' lwlle. think we can't raise tropical fruits in this named her tho at1.e.t.. Wie the enterprise nucee-xs.> -('vin. October
1Il1ny.-- Flour steady ; double extra 3H: )(<$3M' ,
section of the State.; Mr. C. will please! accept to be fine) sailor. triple extra 4 : )( 4 6() 4 5O
A TERRIBLE .ACCII .-One of the most promises a Suees.4 attend John g lI. family (!.H "a,
our thanks for a sample of this delicious her. choice: to fancy HOftS //I). Wheat firmer
heartrending occurrences it has! ever been -Hon. S. 11. Coiftver and J. !15. Stickney ; ;
F fruit.-Quiitcy! Rtllr. At the County Convention on last Saturday No. '.' renl t fall tWI@ !ttia. for cash. !L51(1Ltfor !
i our duty to record happened at La Villa, were accompanied 1 t<) Kallllll.1.Ifc'. Mr.[ ( co. C. l'uwel'MVa.Il nominated nen- (. October delivery 07@tJ1f( (November
Tuesday afternoon at the renidenco of Mr. l1111sborollol cigar factory by their reception committee; a delivery Corn easier ut 3i 1('i3>*il t for rash,
miter, C. II. G> >er. Ksq.: and MaJ. It. II. Cu-
Wm. Clarke, by which one of his: children, Mr. rt. Parker and lobo I negro washwoman and a jx-unut i Wesley Bryant November /or;
nova :
wsemhlymen--.St.Johns n'eeLly. delivery 3sAri( J Jk-cember
a sweet child of eight summers was ImtantIykilll.'ll. are the contesting candidates} fur the Assembly They were hissed by the workmen. No Oats lower
The wrecking steamer lUvJute, tins towed delivery. ; Vt for cash 30JW.T01) \::
another some older, totally injured, in Polk wonker they left sin) hurriedly.ry {M'eit for November delivery :
county so far. Mr. A. I. Iluf- opposite tile 'bar a bark named Filem. She;' 'VI| for the year
and his wife and another child terribly, and fum living on Little Manatee, informs us Deiiutcrat. Is Whisky steady at 1 10. Pork dull at 1,J 00
and loaded
waterlogged with
The official of the staves All for mess. '.ar.ll1wur: at 85@7 1)0.) Hulk
health
burned. Mr. Clarke report officer of
it is feared mortally that Mr. M. of his
M..Thompson
neighbor the iiiu+tB are carried away excepting the Meats dull ami lower llaeon-shoulders;
had in his dining room a gasoline stove neon. h Utl. recently killed a rattlesnake over even KeyVet, for the month of Kfptembcr, ini//en: and the t'lflII1Alt i I. (rum that. '5iJ5( ribs' 8 75, sides 8 NO.
1 gone
cooking was often done, feet .shows. that there occurred only t-Ljht deaths
which the family long, with sixteen rattles.-The -'fie curiohlty of the week It a box of 'wowc.OtoherG.
the ordinary stove The of the In that city during that month, none of Mouthern lour quiet .
instead; of tit"In jioople western end of the countyare alligator at J Rollehton'a ; common to fair ex
which was from fever. eggs, jewelry store, tru 14 OU<:$5 40, good to choice $,S
gasoline is placed in a reservoir, and passes making preparations! in g"od earnest for a any which We : lilty6 I 75.
hatching. WJiealr
are now saw two of otl'uC41 weak but closoU tent
(
iy1
, ",= down through a !system of Iron tubes! some district fair for that section sometime ibis The cigar factories of Key West are run- the ereetun crawl out of their dungeon:, celU.fit 'letter; ungraded red $1 '''IU@I 14 Com
'. what like the oil in an ordinary student's winter. This it. a move in the right direction ning with large forces, and are prnsj.erou Augutttne) I'rt'l.HI'taikng about I better very light onerinra! ungrmled:

lamp. The flame is regulated by a small and we only regret that the j-eoj.le of Orange, vr i2H4flll.: Oats heavy alai H<*le. lower No.
the luvesdigation! into (he! rej 3 :.J7ir..M i HojH u-aly I : choice yearling
thumb-screw inserted: In one of the tubes. t whole county are not actuated by the Capt. Johnson, of Lake Marion, ha driven orts of piracy on the cuatafer tho :'jiryM.: : Jiilee quiet anti weak': duo: 12((

. Ir:;. Clarke had jut filll.lll..IIlacill;; dinner I same public spirit. Is it not jH sibe! to getup upwards, of one thousand head of cattle ing ffthe lll-Mtarreil 1 I'ent ('rn.:, the St. wrl''k-/I/ nj. Sugar! dull amid heavy ; fair to g.stl| rev

, y m'on the table, and little (Grade aged 1 a county fair immediately following that to Punta Rassa for shipment thin s 'lmon.'': county grand jury, in its tininx.*ingsteadystantlirlAUi,01 71( 71. prim 7J(.*71! : retlndli active.
twelve' and Lula :jiged about three years, of the Clear 1 Water region In which the This U about 1"l..ibt1l
exLibiU only mie-fnrth driven from the court, says:: "According to instructions I dull and noinliial. Rice! rather weak and in
. had taken their seats at the table. The 1 of the Clear Water people may be that immediate region. The' stock men of from the court, we hare node an investigaI I moderate t1.'III from out-building a utilized. ? Let us have this matter disciused.Ti that tirm at UMfql (.ifl. easier at
mother had brought an vicinity are among the moht independent lion into the occurrences on the beach after Tiiriientine 41

l>i'cher of gasoline to replenish the reservoirof 1iWI/Hl .; Jt"ITerllOn. men in the rotate.-The gall j oople the wreck of the steamer {I'm (M r, In M tic[*nu.m-ej*\\iMilbtetwIy;JfJ',JH.I'uIlOtI but 3.iVj.very I "' quiet unwashed; domes-

the stove and was stooping turn out the of Sanford; are now contemplating he I building 'thorough a manner a* possible, during the (HA Texw UJ( 3i Pork \t emU i and pomiria .
blaze which was low, little Dairy, aged about There have l been upward of two hundred of a railroad from Han ford to Lake Kustis. : time allowed us for the wine. We hare ly uri hangeml; middle dull and unsettled
with her hand convictions of criminals in this since ( ; long dear $* # short >fHit 44)u..
eight, standing at her side county The line of such a rood would[ jassthrough sufficient and direct evidence enough to Inullicate l..aroll1t.tI ,
the when from some unes- the: year --Iuntlrcli of colored men a good of ve and higher d..tnJ; ntY Jt.rug
upon stove, ; region country, which several larties in pilfering trunki of *8ttje$8H: |, }'reighta; quiet,

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I"" 3. XOT YKT.The l rIIII11Y childish. days I knew she regarded, I explained they were tint letter from Uncle: John, lumouneing: hat hebad vants' names ;j' nnd. without waiting if I had for es-a

"';t 1'f me with jealousy!' and! aversion, although "I 1 fear the case is a hopeless: one," he said been ordered lu Huxton to drink the I reply, 1 hurried off, feeling as

f days glide liy feet concealed Ulltll'r'II ....tubed smoothness of I caged precipice.
on winged gnncly. Wlltl'l; Mrs. Corbet was going with him. If a filled I i in their
A river flowing l froallIlId;> fleet ; manner. !She was widow. with OIl oI
Thy face from mine is turned away, youth /some years younger than myself. I communicated{ ). at once 'The young or two ; I need not go to ( was names and my own (truthfully

It will notbe si, dear, III war. believe she looked; upon me Ithe great obstacle ) lady does not realize the but I believe : sent for. This came like 1'lllhllll'tll; : and lingered in the hall till the document messengerculled to I

Thy heart would fain its love forget, to this l iy's fortune I ,do not think :Mrs.: Morten i is sinking rapidly, It is n case I I must tell him, but ) consigning the precious!

It cannot yet, dear love, not yet. she could: have cherished: : the idea of ever inducing of low fever, lot infectious but a very bad\ I Let it be done,' as Mat doth I. him with 1oWII hands to l'-ICllpl! prying?
: say ;
juy uncle to marry her' ; but I am type ; I should, say greatly induced by'over Yes I \ one Therdanlger ;
quoth the earl, not utout
I stand outside n fast closed door, /sure !shtWuneicd' that if he were quite alone work of some kind i ,and I probably, augmented 1 hit to-llay. did not seeid' of the ganuc i.

Against me closed forevermore ; in the world he would be as likely to bequeath by insufficient- Illri'lhll1elt!' ." We are all prone to put oIl 1 disagreeable I Illll''IP<' hal( really given! Jl such '

Yet parts neither holt nor bar, his money to his faithful I housekeeper .I hinted that 1 believed the )ladies were task us \long as possible I a shock that I thought I would light 1 cigar .

Who are 1'0 near, and vet !so far. as to leave it to the hospitals, Then, her not! tel) well off.: 'I'rolJhl'l'r prahahly,' "Time went by ; such 1 new life of happiness and take a
Oh, heart that would its love forget I darling, her 1 idol, would be a rich man I said, tie doctor; he was k'ind-hcarledman, hud opened] before me, only a man calm mil' ner\'es. ll'ell, It hall

' And cannot yet, dear love, not yet will dither the justice to say that it was but ( '!I of 1'ntel'IIII\'t'rt'1 w're'lo!' common who had led my solitary, unloved, existence at last, hut I resolved to take the very car-

rather for the sake of her son than herself in his experience interest in thl'1 could fully appreciate the change. The lie!'i opportunity of making In)' confcssio ;

I hear thy voice !so soft and low, that she coveted! the old man's money Acoldhearted was, -ollll.what tlut JI I will look in again bright face at the threshold to greet me ontiny this state of concealment was growing un-

And silent tears unbidden flow ; woman, not too scrupulous'; in to-morrow, but tulell, if the ladies have return from work ; the daily sweet companionship bearahle.
repeat
While yet its music tills the air, compassing' ; her ends, sheyet loved that boy, any friends, they ought to be communicated ; the home look :Minnie's: skilful 'Please, Sir.11'illiauts[ your uncle wantsto

I pass, and breathe a silent prayer. somewhat ra'el'l"'otlih:! with an !intense with' I found\ means of conveying this (fingers gave to our I
My heart would fain ita love forget, devotion.! lint for me !she' might have been opinion !gently us possible I to Miss Morten the growing ('ol! ; won a rutCl m reflections.'

And cannot yet, dear love, not yet.One t. able to make !him rich Children are keenobservers shortly afterward; and at the same time requesting prize far above rubies in my wife-my cup .There)was n look of malicious triumph

and Mrs Corbet's stilled dislike. her to employ services in anyway of happiness! seemed IIh'pcl full. Hut in in her face that alarmed inc. I threw away
step' -and I by thee could stand, my this workaday, world sordid and commonplace
in
was no secret to mo! in my boyhood, although tlecoulll b* of use. She thanked me mv cigar and followed her trepidation.
And touch thy dear I familiar hand ; I did not think my uncle perceived with gentle reserve of manner. I ) considerations! IIi t on being taken Yes, mv worst fears were realized ;
One look-anil I upon thy breast it. As I she disliked. into account and wonderful housekeeper I\! speechless w th rage, the
grew up me n'llllfrt' ; I was very good, but there was nothing she my uncle, almost
Would lean, ami, weary, iind my rest. Minnie was, she could<<1 not succeed making befurellimdculanding ,
it w gall and wormwood, to think of III ell!! : rl"lllirl1 But the weeks went by, and I fatal census paper open :
I'oor heart that fain would love forget, my uncle's heir. This troubled me little. I acquired a slight intimacy with the income that -sufliccd for one person in a choking! voice, the meaning or

And cannot yet, dear, love, not yet, knew mv uncle was not likely to disinherit,. her. Mrs.I Morten lingered on, steadily declining. ;prove equally satisfactory for two. At first 1 this{ -this disgraceful! statement I I'

One word and, I again might raise me in favor of a stranger unless we had I dared, not offer any assistancethat she had insisted, sorely against I1 wish, in "I shall always think Mrs I Corbet had! suspected -
!
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dire carrel and. there not looked like but 1 continuing some portion of her daily (tui she bad friends:
used
some o was any pecuniary aid. to mv secret Perhaps
My I face to thine, nlllllllel't thy her
And with no word thy heart should gaze ;read, likelihood of such an event ol.t'lIrrillg.iillcc! bring daily gifts of fruit and flowers for the ton, but circumstances now obliged to fn London who knew of my '"""''K0. Any
I had. taken abode in London I 1 did this up entirely Wchud been married her that the messenger -
That[ love is all woman's need up my I dying woman (I am afraid I said tll' werepresents way, it was at suggestion
a
six' months, and there was a of our the
of
Dear heart wouldst thou thy t love forget, not see much of my uncle, and infrequent' to me from the, Clnplll hot 11rO'pect was recalled before he got dear
intercourse is our expenses!' -being by and uncle to make sure' 1
i happiness-ant
Thou canst not yet, dear love, not yet : no slight preservative family 101"11),011,1) I went on (' ; garden to enable my
cmeorl1.Vllell, sent for I went to Clap- (the night before poor Mrs. Morton died-I ll1 was in delicate health, had the paper properly. Thus the

If e'er (thy soul hath need. of mine, ham ; but my uncle detested ,lrol'l'<'l'8-ill,' finished sOle copying that Minnie had and the of our marriage being still a tlellu wlHhsclosett

If c'er the truth thou enlist divine, and It'a!! an understood. thing that my promised to send to the publishers that day; secret one sl'e1el to prey on her mind. We "I on the scene that fol-

teas will not part, nor bolt nor bar, visits were only acceptable when asked for.I and could not quit her mother's pillow to were tl'l'eh'ill my and, uncle she persisted ; it lowed. Another hour saw me on my road

We shall be near, who now are far, had. plenty of work in Messrs. Ilardic's complete. Poor gentle Minnie I those daysof was though my affection for homewards, no longer oppressed by a secret, ,
office and, found !in leisure trouble my uncle was not so vivid n! to make me the time devoid of all
True hearts that fain would love forget, amusement my brought us much( together. I soon certainly, but at same
And cannotyet, dear love, not yet.JI11U1f'N's I hours Perhaps tinge of my uncle's unsociableness I'aruPllllilll'r: little story Obliged to leave equally\ sensitive on this point, 1 felt that I further expectations from Uncle John. I
in
ran in the family, for I never ( Vicaragetnfter her fatu'r'l \\th expectedinerease our expenses never saw him lIill. Next day came a par-

thought 1rtlll'r solitary existence disa death-coining; to J'mdl.II, hoping to IJ ought to endeavor. to <'lt1 more Uncle cel containing all the small personal
Wn' 1018es.
; bad introductions in London to John might; if he chose to use his influence also
greeable. no t'arl I living IlIotl'r-workilJ sions I had left at Clapham, a
and although I got on terms of acquaintanceship hard, living scantily-it is tile among his city friends, easily; procure me afar ound in a blank envelope, and tins:
I with of fellow- of hundreds better situation than I now hold ; but closet) with uncle. I did
Or, the Cost of the Census some my of women, well-born, well- intercourse my
clerks confined to walk left alone\ in then, woul he choose when he knew of the ) banishment without y _
"Two thousand nice house and our intimacy was a t..lutal'll. the world without not accept my a struggle .
<< a a :
; year crime committed ? I did not
l and that the or a visit to the theatre I never 1-btnncl', to tight their way ns best they despair ; I wrote; Minnie wrote. Our letters
garden forcing pits produced ill'OI\'lnr
: \ all hitherto
I had been obedient to
in that's what the lust viil..llt their homes, lor, cared, to can. The Mortens had no friends in Kng-: 1lfe were returned to us ono Then tried
I finest pines England- .
) so. I was fond of reading. ; I sketcheda lalli! 11 Ir, )lolh'I'1 brother had, emigrated.! his: ; he hn.lle\'er paid a bill for me, calling in person nt tie )house but could not
census but one cost me, remarkelnyfrie11dBrown t
nor r wine in his little. I had been accustomed to do without years ago and settled in Australia. Minnie get admittance. ) uncle was not well
as we sat sipping' our :
mansion, after the ladies. had( left companions all II life, aunt my life at )had, not heard of him for I long time, and surely' be might overlook the one instance enough to rell'h'e'il hospitable : in which
I had counter to his will
run -
makes remark like the Islington was at ..,. a far livelier one than did not know his address. Mrs. Morten had, especially 'hrl"c 1cllh afterward I saw the announcement -
When u man : .
us. it that he my previous existence at (tlaplHI had been. l'l'CIII (1r ilau, A cousin of her father'swas when he hl'nr.lnl the c'irCII1tunt'l'snn.1 of his death in the Tiles amid
foregoing one invariably means
saw Minnie. worked myself!' into
Hut when I was \' new era !< Minnie could apply to received formal invitation to the funeral
)just
which will \ Ilwol'l'T\ 111
has some story oraiiecdote ready, { \ unite a sanguine frame of mind, when lone 1
explain his apparently ambiguous words op summons to Clapham.
and i is! hoping that he will be asked: to repeat ; some new lodgers came hard, cold with 1 large family', very unlikely John 1 but to hear the will read<< ; as I expected,
wrote he sent
now a
misunderstand into (the rooms over mine. I think{ I should I to do much. Neverthelesswheta rarely leter.4 name was not mentioned. The document
it. I Wl1l1ot so unfriendly us to 1Y
brief line Uncle
the hint and inquired' with
surprise ancllnterl..t:, how the census of 18- hl't'l a noisy{ medical : asking, lot for pecuniary help, but for employment character were always him a for peremptory that fatal census) bequeathed( everything!
) inetostay a I
undthchlisful lull t hit took; pluccullcrhisdeiiurture ; perhaps he could obtain her a unreservedly. to his faithful and attached
affair Brown
came to be such a costly to week or so, as he was laid up with the gout, I
to inquire' i day, W hl'lIIlli.1 situation us or companion. His friend and housekeeper Mary CorbetIany
"that's \l Ilt'l'clll' ll'
friend long !
Ah, rl'pliedmv a jO'l'rl' ami 1 could to and fro to work
go 1)i ;
I rooms Wt'I'Cnow came after the 1 had. dnl advised me to dispute the will on the
it would be hut my rllt up-stuirs reply fllerlll ) people
had
story ((1 thought ) ; he I wanted me to play cribbagc in the '
tl'llinh'llat all. Yes they were, a Widow and. and of undue influence, hut I was too
that arrangements ground
it's true all the same. But for IIW i
a one, I did not like the idea
evening.
t blessed census paper Minnie{ und I would lady and her daughter had, taken (the the kll.l-helrtllll\llallv. (who had Beani- ) but the invitation could otl'a'illlnnll' poor to embark in I costly lawsuit, and, besides :

have stepped, into a little fortune twenty rooms 'I should find thl'1\ui't Ili hlllr.4. 01 jllrlll')') had retUrl't, besides it ollered my uncle's prejudice! e against marriage i
s
snug \
a good
fl
You know, I >ose, that I I1 SlppOSC so, I e:81) thinking I welt up stairs to see if I could ( any Uncle John's opportlnih'fllr fits of was so \\'el\ it could not be denied 'f
years ago. supi my secret.
in life and. (that at least they would lot home a further service. I found Minnie weeping telnJ hail wounded him in his tender- I
was: left an orphan very early the \ affected him in
relative party of noisy students late nt night, and bitterly, and she at last showed me hercousin's always mentally cst point by marrying Minnie and might
that my old uncle, the only surviving one or two !!. Sometimes he became
then I thought no more of the new lodgers. letter have to disinherited in
adopted; You didn't know it? I wat' expected( consequence.
would of his
line talk
motherwas Hut after that day I constantly met thl'l0l .111'\'l'r felt such u fervent desire to kickafollovdieingasI melancholy, solitaryold Old )Ir. Williams, the solicitor,
Well, you do now, thou? My( poor I age 1\.1 lonely life. If he were in this
the stairs as I WIgoillg to work two on reading told he had often tried to in
my ; { me put a good
uncle's sister had been }
my only : ; they l'xll'ril'J'c'll mood it would be un excellent (time to break
slender fjturc'11 cl''p mourning, each tarryu : (that letter What writer was I word for me during s illness ; but
left fairly well off by t their parents. My un- the news of Minnie would mullcc
roll of music, whence I I It was: long epistle His !surprise at beingapplied 1marriage. Mrs. Corbet watched ; closely that
cle embarked his: in business! and I brighten his dull home she hud 10 i
money : as
inferred they went out giving lessons. 1 !suppose to' br so distant a 'ollcton' took cone was impossible to speak to him in ,
i-
married in
rich llt her opposition and back the sunshine that Iriyntl'
grew ; bring
y it the of life t that to itself. had mile her all
wishes was a and of influence
: course
1011toll my I 111
his lived miserable life for \
to left his
a page\ lXITl'Si hearth when his sister married and
nl\ll lt oh ('rnH'\'l'ry trifle (that varied, it ; great c to )Ir. )lortl'I'S 'sinfulimprudence' my interests. Fifty thousand pounds and
six and then left penniless widow influenced
: was: a : went Hut too often the
years away. gout -
but I began sometimes to think little about in not providing for his f unilyafter the house and grounds was a good deal to
with child :: father 1 "
one 'l fellow I did not know his: decease (the value of his I having nnv 111l lose but suit is terrible
my lodgers. e\'l living a chancery a thing
whom I don't, remember, lived just long would h eomc so fearfully irritable and testy i
t to break bis wife's heart und t their names, and of course hud never addressed hl'l'l Llil) I year), and then came such that Mrs I Torbet dared for a poor man to embark upon, and there '
enough gamble even hardly to
them but one in (turd times' and his speak' seemed doubt if I 'I
: ; day, deseejidingthe I jl"reliululmut own great succeed in
her fortune-she only returned to to him In this case it would have Ihoul.
} away stairs, the lady had droppc'd 1 her heavy that I to of verdict after decided
to
her brother's home to die. It must bo confessed young CXIC'ISI' began despair madness. to allude to :Minnie: at all gaining 1 al 9
t' roll of music and I picked it up ami returned ever reply to Minnie's relll'tfor let Mrs Corbet retain ill-potten spoils.:
that uncle's experiences of matrimony 1 1 arrived at und discovered -
my it, receiving 'Thank you''II what struck advice and aid. .At last I got to the real duly Clapham, They did her little good after all ; herworthless
in his sister's not very
were
that the Uncle Johndisagreeably.
as seen : case
me Kwel'h'st01t't! f ( ever heard. pith of the Jcttcr. The cousin, who was a gout WI'4 Il'cing : won ran through her money, and
the WItl
encouraging ; perhaps this was reason old I ventured to lift 1IIt when rich man,' and had been under considerable Never hud.. I Il'en him WOT! of his !settling down into the confirmed tempered. 11e hud l'lIIx months at Hux- I
we encountered each other on staircase obligations to father, made the ( than he doing
fllie'M man was as one I
lie 111\1110\11 his sister I poor
hal'lll'lorthut he did : : ton, and the change had done him no good;
difference and the lLlt' would bow in fl'tur; but ihau girl the munificent pruposal don't know what became of him at last ;
considerable -
it hud been and he
l'xtrt'IIII'Itlll're was a un : trip, was
expensive
In between them-ami he had! there something in their manner that : He quite agreed that she was too )'OUIjttl with himself( for having and the Mrs. Corbet died, a poor woman, about sixyears
ago angry gone
checked( attempt at further acquaint continue living and going out She left Minnie little
any IIIIOIlnh" ago. a plate IlndJcwl'lr
been her and till the day doctors
for him.! ill-
1 guardian protector having sent us
ladies and hold themselves lessons she and her mother Th'I
giving '
anceship. Quite daily as all that remained of Uncle John'stimings.
of her Ill-KturTl'IIIIII\rria That produceda tl luck would, have it the of
e son a city Ilclluaintnnre -
rather landlady informed had done He could not his to obtain
high .
) see way 18(11)15,50 her conscience was notgttiteeasy'
coolness but he his: heart und had
: ; opened sveutoutteaching. Mrs. her and could not just mUle IlllruIII'nt marriage e
'although that
me, they any employment, about will.
the
home to her in her trouble, and accepted his John
::\lorh'l WI\.11 clergyman's widow and obligated support her in idleness, ('I IIVc'r asked sucha against fatlr' : Unce "And how did we get Well, that
of child. I brought and
charge her'orphan was: ; was expected to on1
join
in his house educated! his I to !something for herself, Very regularwith thing, broke in poor' Minnie, with flaming in his very condemnations. te I !50 tided us over the when Mi i time's
( expense. as! justas
up believe he was ;really fond of me after his their rent, like )yourself, sir.' cheeks,)and t tlierefore.everytliing considered, great a sinner myself, I could hardly Wl'i in life hung on a thread< and I thought I

fashion : hut the one great trouble of his "I I cannot trace bow that casual meeting it seemed her wisest course to try and track conscience anathematize yftuug Robinson, was to buy my boy with the loss of my wife.
with to be feature out her uncle in Australia, 'a nearer relative When Mlnnlc'got again and the baby
life had soured him lie never recoveredthe I fllow-lHIgl'l'8 grew a and my lack of sympathyiritatetl my un strong
in ) but, althoughour than I, and more bound to assist! } was flourishing we were both too happy to
loss: of his sister ; he never forgave the my ; 'ou. de. The weary days dragged by, und I hail
memory of her husband, the man who had greeting wits a silent one I should have The writer was willing to advance the been ut Clapham three wl'l'k"ltI had, not trouble much about Uncle John's 1111)',

:stolen her from him :Marriage: in the ahstruct ht'el sorry somehow had I oneouttooearly for 1 steerage passage to Sydney, and<< trust found, a single opportunity for disclosing mil Then I began to work in earnest, as I had

\ became abhorrent to him, and it was or too laIc to encounter those black-veiled; lo' your grtitu.l. and sense of honesty to fatal secret Sometimes: managed to get ) never done before. Just at that time leI!

always with a tone of testy: vexation that ho figures. I was sure they Wl're'l'ry ; arrived repay: me t in the your tr.4t earnings.. Once. hasty glimpse{ of Minnie while in town for Hardie wanted to send a clerk abroad on
would doubtless
could
'' spoke of his friends making fools of themselves neatly us they were always clr."c.cl I colony, nn)' work ; but I was heartily sick of our 1011 rather difficult and delicate bushllII.
be able
their well and to discover truces of her uncle, They offered me the work. I was: fortunate
by entering into the fetters of wed see garments were worn they separation, all often half resolved to
speak
hard home or obtain some l'IJlo'Il'lItI 'how, she enough to execute it to their entire satisfaction
He at wurk(1'cry( They -
lock. lived! in a very snug house Ifl'l l'atl out boldly to my uncle and end this wretched -
later than I did from and sometimes would b dll'ap' her cousin's!! hands and on my return was to
and himself ; of promoted
Clapham devoted year by year : :! 'A state suspense. Fate was about unexpectedly 1
and to arrive friendless
more and more exclusively to the task of Whl'l I was returning from the rare ttt'erge passage, to grant wish. The census: palter higher! POt i und\ a better salary. We had a
of visit to (the theater I couldsee in an unknown country-and the man had mt" struggle for some but altogether
a we
Ulolle '.makln lie was not a miser! ; his: dissipation had arrived, :Mrs: Corbet one day' reminded years
tlie light still burning in the sittingroomabove yotutgdaughtersof his own I looked at Inl I rose ut Messrs. Min
establishment wus u comfortable and ulllu- my uncle that it would, be called Irolpl'ree1 Jarl1e's ;
the fair delicate
Minnie had borne
ent one, but I believe that, as time went on, mine. My garrulous landlady informed girl. up for that morning, und was not yet filled up queen ofloocl malagl'r.4. I don't
4 that the ladies 'did sight i of bravely for a but a sense of utter know, taking everything into '
round ( mo IOIlI tmf
his: strongest affections! began to center 1 desolation It was one of Uncle John'l worst days ; the Il'rtiol.
that money lie always talked to lIJeI\'i his: writing' when they were at home; whenceI Oh what' shall I ful?on" her she now cried gout was in his right hand and he could not that Uncle Joh 's money would have madeus
pile-
inferred that tile themselves much happier, After had been
heir, but at thIIUIIIC time I was by no ) occupied ouslv. write I was summoned to as secretary ; we married
with for cither with copying some such employmcnt uncle he Ile do some )'IUI. and were getting on toleralily.
11 ml'an1l1berallr supplied resources my was testy-
(in their leisure time. Thus passed "I t took her cold hand Do not take a'steerage eT'th'ill in the world, long lost uncle 1.
extravagance: in (the present On my leaving hil df. I wus to fill up the ]>apcrunder 1fnnic'l .
months, only the passage to \u.t Stay in ( buck from _\ rich He t.
School\ was promptly promoted! to a some thl'l Clll'a change t; rala. his eye" to make sure I ('olliUl'tlno 'aml man.
lady went out observing England and-marry me. was so pleased: to find us doing and
und
clerk stool in n merchant s house, younger llalvth'r blunders, and I was elaborately instructed wel
there I was found about twenty years ago, this.! inquired ct thl if Mrs. "Of course it say t foolish business i Ialwuysucknowlege where to write etc. Alas, the first glance not wanting assistance from him left

in the enjoyment of a salary of 120 a year I Morten were llll"IIsl'tl| Yes, the (xior Illrwas' ; that, though neither of that fatal p'ap'er sent my wits astray Not us a snug little legacy when he died that just
had >ersiiaded. I us ever regretted it for second afterward enabled( me to a share in
and no prOSpect| of a further Increase. 1 no 'Iu< 1111 ( | 1 alone did I prying government desire to purchase partner's
longer resideI at Clapham. My uncle hud to keep at home for I day or two. Meeting I IIl''I\'tllke a had moral to our illru- know the age and sex of its subjects: ; they my' elplo 'et' business ; and as you see if

retired from business! and became more reserved Miss Morten on the stairs next day I ventured dl'ICl' (thlt ulr marriage should ( must also reveal if they married or we are not actually rich now, we're not in

t and I unsociable in his habits than to inquire after her mother and was such nn exceptionally happy one; but single And I was to this Wl'r up at my Uncle 1 jioverty. Still I Ihal always say the census

? L4 I ever. Now I was getting en in the world, hot I answered gently and courteously I (but not inu there--so it WI After all, we had seen a John's elbow f "" tl vain attempt to cost me !50,000.

myself I ( i manner that encouraged further advance. great deal of l'udother clurinL those weeksof put off the evil day I wrote I the required 'Or rather, Mrs. Brown did," I remarked

1 ; und I was nothing loth to exchange I My fellow-lodgers wI'rl II't\I'tI' reserved. Mm.I 1lorll'n'*; *, ulll had grown particulars regarding Uncle John and >Irs.Corbet slyly I "
I However broken I regularlyinquired more acquainted with each other's "Ah, said Drown with
the dreary dullness of the Clapham mansion having I' as slowly as I passible, and then a softening lighton
., for the freedom even of dingy lodgings in : utter the sick lady every time I met :' character and I Ililoitlun| in this intercoursethan his good-humored middle-aged face, In

l{ I.onllll11): uncle paid m)' rent und I received the )younger one, and, was !surprised (to find we woul ] during a whole paused I Hadn't I better put down the servants' that case I got full value for my money"

an Ol'CUOSIOIlSlIITl'Sl'nt from him.( 1 how the sweet face" momentarily lifted to Ixmdon 'I parties. I was: seeing the I nall'nl'xt' I asked feebly.

was not extravagant and managed well mine in reply, dwelt In my memory all day. deep, unselfish existed between I Servants! ProI'eMbioiiul and llut lue Cards
Ithawll'lt'ou drnex **
enough; ; thins were cheaper twenty years Mrs. )Iortt'l did notgl.t hl'ter; anxious lines Minnie and her mother that first opene my' I I' Hut I uu up )

( ago. I really believe one reason of my II n.de's i were showing \' the daughter'sface eyes to the I loneliness of my' lot No I inlldnlh I urged, with sudden hope; this
Dr.
closefisteJness was a tired lest, if I were ( ( and my landlady told me that she one bad ever loved me after this I is not AKTHUll C. FOU1),
1alual
hmle.
i' thought well-torlo, some matrimonial snare thought Miss Marten was working too h tnl. My uncle had conferred benefits on me, but .' YOl"Itpt night idiot ; didn't

{ might be laid for inc. You'll have every I was really becoming interested in myneighbors I could never recall hearing an endearing you? said. Uncle JII, who had waxed irri DENTIST,
engaged in fighting the battle of word from hi'4liJ' nor observed him to show : ,
thing one day, William, he would say in taLe at ; nub you've
moments (of rare expansion, "and I hopc'ou'n Ifl'lo hall to lonely women 1 could see a symptom of Itfl'.tiol for Jt Had he here my thr"oks Ilol'tglopIIY 11 WII What'l the Fourth St., bet Centre and Aluchua,

keep( things together as I've done. But (the old sad story'-illness bringing increased done so, 1 might have acted more openly fool staring at You your name and

remember, don't make a fool yourself and ; excuses and means failing to meet toward him; but he had never cared to winray age, don't you ? Fill it in here, under Mrs 43 tf FERNANDINA. FLA

marry. lyjok' at your i pour mother's lot ; them, the |pour l girl working double te bUI|) CltItlIl'l'UIII I therefore had less scruple l'orbtt'I only you're single.'

why:if she hadn't. thrown hl'r.-l'lCawl1)' she ply the mother failing ])>savers Strangers it. "'e were married Was ? I rapidly debated what was best W.tt. II. C. ni'KYEK:,

might have been alive and happy now. as they were to me, IIiil'llul sympathized I quietly about a mouth after Mrs. :Morten's: to be ne. I believed dire pains and
with them. One miishigH were death Minnie in her deep mourning, our tilling! : COMMISSION MERCHANT, ."
None but fools, sir, fools or knaves, go and evening my ; alties were attached to a fraudulent GENEI'tlL
get married.' interrupted, h)a tap at 1I'M'f, and onoitcniug good lalla.! Cur only wedding gue-t.. It up of the Census ; but I would cheerfully 1
it, surprise:, 1 MissMorten lea lie the time of usual annual CEXTBE ST., NEAR ,
listened dutifully .enough. My temptations my f.JUI my have taken my chance of being detected by n n DEPT
to comiuittlseslnOf matrimony were :: on the threshold; In brief, agitatedsorlasheal5dogizc1 holiday, and I took mv bride'toa quiet little the government did I describe myself a I

small. We !had no visitors at Clapham except fur her intrusion, but watering place on the Normandy coast, [ ocheur. That risk], was not 1 very serious a FERNANDINA, FLA.Ilaj .

a business friend or two of my uncles, her mother was takl'l so suddenly Wlll" where we Sent three weeks such peaceful on the other hand, I could not -
generally bachelor's like himself." Mrs.Corl the l\u1al1' and servant were nut:die was happiness that I really think I forgot all writt a statement under Uncle John's own (Corn Oats.JAJIKX .

i( >et, the housekeej, encouraged my the invalid; would 1 i>urd
uncle in hU solitary habits. It would have the liberty, and-' I wi go for the dm tor ut when he heard I of my marruge. at the same time this was clearly not 1 moment JIctilFFIX,

1 been a sad misfortune!! to her had he l been (1'1 1 cried(, seizing Int and hurrying till'before .Minnie's tender little coniel't was uneasy to re\'eal1' marriage.

converted (rom his antllIIatrimoulal'Iewli l the pOOf girl could stammer out her at the tde of appearing deceitful, but Iquieted Can't you write your own name? criedUncle / 10 NTR A CT O R A.N I> 11U11,1) E: R.

and led to install u mistress at the Luwn. ologies) and thank, and (being fortunate by promising to explain everything John wrathfully and, a I still lingered -

Mrs. Corbet had a good situation and she enough tu find that gentleman ut home we 1o r retur. 8o much l fetter chance (came to my' aid The doctor ar- Alachua Street, between Second and Third

]knew, !it. She had lived with my uncle a boon returned together. Of l'OUn' J Illhlltt than writillJ JIHlN: h( Inxir little soul, rived. I hailed him as"a Iftietieent' genius .

great many year and was a handsome l weUlre.t'rnd accompany him ultuir.but after some interval wus i IJT.1IJ of Uncle John a ,'Il\\ of matrimony .' This aper wi be called for to- liy, FERNANDINA FLA.

) woman of fifty or thereabouts, al- be came t IMII t in general, and had little fear ofconsequences. sir I said, se i; '|ierliaps., while you .


roost a lady i In apl>earance and manner. My I I.\r' these la.ll f'latn' or fril'uW of I was to happy to think ,engaged with Jones. 1 will take it Orders and ltmate from a distance carefully

uncle had a great opinion of her ; I had not. )'our he Inq\ITl"1 about thl'l at all. On our return I found down stairs and finish filling in the ser attended 25-tf



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"W/MAM/.l A'LL'S 1)OE'S.' UlllltS A ('0., : : 1) TIMK: CARD Florida and \\\.:<1t'1I1.1 Railway: t to and from I MALLORY'H I :\
i ; "rn'OX. pONDKNSKD Savannah: mid all Northern: Kastern and I ." *
NTIM.IISIIII:
Importer :and Healers in OF THK: Western Cities. ,cuun.\ I.IX":.
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< I wants to mend my wagon, .\TITU'm'U'WE14T: : 1IH.TH.X.: At )take City daily with the Florida. Central -
have nails
<'And has to : some !!
I ( *- --- SIT RAILROAD, Railroad ill anil; from Jacksonville, StAugustine Only nlrt't'l line to \et. York

"Just.. We're! two,going free will to haul be plenty our rails., | cm \ClsJ F I IV I C GV.1NOS } PKNINsm.AR: :: RAILROAD I Palatka) Knterprise; and Land' .
John' River.
the St.
The pplcndidcst. cobb fences ( H'ciMi Itmnrh,) hugs on !
\\\'re niakin' ever wa..1! ._,- ANn At Rildwin daily with the Atlantic, (;lull
t. -
'cm CUMUKRLAND (Rol'TK.In : ) :. and West! India: Tran-it Railway and l fromFcrnandina \
I[ wig you'd help us nnd Velar and,'
Oainesvillc. ( ,
\ Hey
+ e ; / Gran'tna al'us doc!'. No. IIS fits SruEKr: : '
Kfferl: 1' '1I/'I/IIrI M, V.svrt.MOINO with steamers: fur Tampa\ I Key West I ancHavana.

.; [My horse's name is Betsey; Sin IU.....h. Georgia. l .
She jumped and broke, her head, SOfTII. At Chattahoiirhec three linw'swe'kly! with T11F. FIN1; ST K A M S11U'S.
\ of the Line and Central 1 Line (toots: tll
hand good supply People's
I[ put her In the stable 1\tx'p celebratcil con>tantly on\ ': \ Atlanta, (Iu! ........................ 2.1.. I'. M. and\ from (Columhns, h:uaI ulhi. Fort OatncsApahiehicola I'.STIISX: : TIAS.CAIT.: .
And feil 1 her milk and bread their J.t.'avcIa'oll.: It( la............... ......... 7.1; I."> r. si. and other River IIINKS .
Landings.tv .
The stable's! in the parlor; r.. .-\1.\X l1'l'L.\TIW (;t'ANUZ: Leave l rnns\vick, <1i:1.! .................. Ii.l)1.. \ / : Mlogant: Sleeping: and! Parlor Coaches( ,
f Wedid'nt make no muss Arrive Fernandina, Fla..............UU.;i A. M. 11'oolrnll'and, Lucas )Patent between CITY IT 1>AI.IAS.
thereUran'mt| Nothing) better' can be had for; fall anlvin.flat 1 Leave Fernandina............... .........I lo.IUi:\ A. MArrive Tallahassee :Jacksonville.\ !' run daily. CAl'T. RISK.ONK .
( ter crops. (Price FIVK; DOLLARS ) Italdwin; Fla......... ........... l.'J.'t:! r. M. timesnrc'onne'tii'a
HAG( or FIFTY! DOLLARS) :: 1'F.R TON,, /rttM 1 niek perfetlsafely. t : : of (lie above Steamers: will leave
'4 \:. 1's! going to the corn-licl.l. F.O.I, railroad or !Mi-amer, ai :S.ivannah.: Leave Baldwin\ for;' :Jacksonville' ..... I l.to: i'. M i..Arri'elncksunville i. F.DOAR: YI.ll'.T.): ) fir, New y.tk'r Friday

1 To ride on ('hatli "'!ll'lowj; Send for circulars giving J certificates, etc. : (Cum. l Route: ).. :2.'V! p. M I. I :'Jii-tT :Master Transportation.: (toMiit! the tidiO.This ).
I
f I Vpeetho'd\ like to have me- ._ -. Leave Haldwiu: f.lr11:11'- Key....... I.;iI p. )1.rrll' L line, having no transfers to make
I want's to go right now. Patent JII'4Ii'hU'06.! .\ Waldo (Junction' 1'. R. R) .. Ut I'. M. hover and Occnii Sh'.u.bu." between

Oh. won't I gee up awful. _- 1 Leave "'a It III.......... ..........,.......... I.O I : > I'. M.
And whoa: like Charlie whoa. ; ArmcGainesville; .................. ...... .".17! r..1. \ i: iv S C' ii I: It ir; i, r.: i FtHXIX.XII: : ) ) XEynlK.: .

1 wi;;' you wouldn't. hozzar, Leave tin! 11t.:<\ ilk'.................. ....., .",.:'J'.t!I r. M. Oilers: the
: Air ii Ina: never does. Arrive Cedar, Key....................... )11.\11( :\ r. >i I. HF.ST AND: I ('111'\: I'I':'T TRANSPORT\: : :: .\
I Trains to Jacksonville and\ :North of llald TION TO) FLOIW.1I11'1'1:1: : ::-:.
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+, I wants some' bread, and, hmter. ? s Jl It ,
td 1's hungry) worstest kind ; \\ ill daily iOIXO NOKTII. ] caouca.I'I.UIU: : j J n.\ : Vegetables! and Fruits will receive "peciiilcare
Tudd'te, musn't have I
lint ; none, handling.
Cause she wouldn't. mind; j a I.I'nn''I.tlllr Key.................... ...... I.I.i! A. MArrive '.---.-- '--- ----. '!' in )

Put plenty sugar on it. r (Gainesville; ........................ ..II \. M. I'ASSKNUKK:: :[ ACCOMMODATKlNS I \ ): ARK:
Tell what I knows Leave: iaincsville(; ............... ......... H'iO A. MArrie FIRST-CLASS:: ( :: :
you '''
It's right to on : Waldo ( I'. If. R. June.)...... ii.is) t. MLeave i. fJ-'r) I iN1AAN1)"ELI:(
put sugar, oiVered he advantages
Gran'ma; / : al'us does.I Waldo...... .................... .... !II.;""> .\. M. The traxeling public arc (
LINKVITIIOIT: :
Arrive Baldwin.................. ......... 1'J.: 17; i'. )1. : of u DIRKtT) : :
T E: A .11 II O AT rO\ .11 l A X V I] ANY: CllANF: ( ; Connections made: at
Till: FJlAXKLlXd KXI'MHTIOX. Leave Jacksonville (<.'1111'I.: S --. ; : .-.- .. Jneksomillcith: nil steamboats t'r. nil

: Ayer'sHair Arrive Italdwin..........._................I'J.-'io:! :; ) I'. M. points mi> the :St. John's, Ocklawah.i. nnd

HOW THK: HK\VE EXPLORE, AND HIS PAtm Leave llaldwin; .. ..-.-.-.. ................PJ.IO:! p. M I. \Indian River*, and with the Transit Railroad : -

PKRI: "'HR1>-THE ( TKlCTm WHO' FfRSISKIII Arrive Fernandina: ...................... ;:1.1111') M. at Fernnndina for all railroad stations\

< : ) THE i: PCl'PI.ira: ('II \IMiEI WITH Vigor Leave Fernandina........................ :t.l" I'. MLeave ," m ....T J I !in FloridaFRKH5IIT.

7 I'.VrsiSO THE DEATH OF Tin: MEN.A : Itrunswick........................ 1'1.0111'( ) M. t } : ((; AND PASSKNOKR:; :: ( : RAT1XAS :

!special! ,dispatch: from 1 London t to the Leave Maciin: ...................... ......... 1'1.111.)1.| ._ $_ :\ LoS( HY INDIRKtT: \ : l LINKS.: :

New \}ark Jfcrnld say.s! the Seh watka discoy.: FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS .\I'tin'tlallla, (la....................... 1.15 I'. M i. .'\: .. .?tT, Through Kates and Hills! of Lading

) matters /generally continue to be the leadingtupic NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR.IT win daily l'Xl'l'l'tuwlI1':: =NoSKASICKNKSS: I 1 : ::: :\11 ( ::.\ :\ DANGKR-(; ) : to For all point passage' 1 or further Information, apply ,

$ of discussion in the Kjiglih journals. PKN1NSULAR RAILROAD: : ) tll .
( Among the latest contributions! to the literature is a most agreeable dressing, which ((4l.\.rllldoII'h., .) R. \\'. OtT'I'lI1I'K.J..

of the subject i i.s a letter from Commander is at once harmless and effectual, for preferring KOUTII. THK: 'snMKiis4'iTY : ; Fcrnandinn.I i

Chcyne" in reply, in to which an article that in the' the hair. It restores, with tho I.l'nn''uld.., Junction ootxo ............... II.IHI; ) t. M. C. MALLORY: :\' ('0.,

1 uulquestiouedthietasteofbringinghoutethe Mitinltifd a few t days! ago, jour- gloss and freshness of youth, faded or gray, Leave Hawthorne........................ i. lo A. MArrive i. or IIIt111GI'I'4)Ntad l'heru)Ka.-l: River New York.. :'J-tf!

)of the 1'ranklin Loehloosa; ........................ S.KI A. M. n\"ln --- -- --- -- -
('lAKIt
remains: of Lieutenant Irving, light, and red hair, to a rich brown, or deep 1.'I.OIUn.Xn 11,11'.1N.1
expedition., He (Cheync) expresses! his (101 Nil oll1l1.. '
be desired. its thin
:satisfaction that the bones of that ofllcei! black, as may Dy use Leave Ixichloosa................... .....111.1"1.\)1.; : ::" IS FAST MAIL: I ) SKRV1CKI'erl'ormed : :

have been brought back by Lieutenant hair is thickened, and baldness often I Leave Hawthorne I ( ........................lo.-5 .\. M I.I I. JTO-TIIK I I I: FASTWXJPASSKN ; : "n'I'
Seh watka, and thinks that when they arrive though not always cured. It checks fallingof I Arrive 11'aldo.1un't1om..2.' :! 15 p. M I.I I. f .

I in England, it will be necessary: to hold 1 an the hair immediately, and causes a new I Trains \\'nlll.dlll."dllo.-n. : auul returiTuesday [ inquest in order to ascertain the cause: of his I Thursday and Saturday. : --t .
death. In the event of such an inquiry being growth in all cases where the glands arc 'I CONNIPTIONS.: ( ) : I

held ho declares that he will reiterate not decayed; while to brashy, weak, or ATI.VXTA. -
the charges against tho contractor who furnished -
the/ supplies and whom he accuse otherwise diseased hair, it imparts vitality t'lose conncetion\ is antic at .Atlanta (ta.: .

I of the murder of the Franklin. party. Mr( and strength, :and renders it pliable. to and from all points :North, 'e.l t, West am Slcaiucr lily ol Itrhlgcton, \\0\' the new and elegantly appointed
% \ 1 \ A 1I) IIIL"I'whl'l'(
(
Cheyne has been making these. charges in Northwest! daily steamship( J.
I lectures I and addresses. since the return of the Tho Vioou cleanses the scalp, cures and AT Mvrox: oWith \., ('.\I'r. .,JOHN: FIT/GERALD.I ( : according to the following, schedule: :

I :expedition, but papers: here have usually prevents the formation of dandruff; and, Trains for Kufaula: : (Culnmbn, (On.Montgomery ., Waits at Ferimndimi for the Monday am1Thursday Leave I Cedar I'ronIavumnuhl'uve Key\ on Tuesday morning.
left out the 1\I\menfthc l'olltral'turfl'\r- ( :\loill'lIwll'W, Orlcan) *. the ( Passengers: by -teamitrl'ip'
.
night VegetableTrains
by its cooling, stimulating and soothing of \ Leave
I .
Itridgcton' oil Saturday nip
ing an action: fcribvl.\ His charges) againstthe : .:n .\XIIS.n...\., '
AT I-'ernamlina ,
JackMinville' l 1 it Railroad :
it heals most if not all .of thehumors y''I rnn-
contractor are of the most "startling char properties, ATLANTIC: \ OI'I.F.I. WF.ST INDIA\ :
With New York and Fernandina: Steam train Monday morning, ), Arrive at
acter. It wa not the Arctic regions! that and diseases peculiar to the scalp,
chip Line from New York on Wednesday, lit ANDPKNINSFLAR Key W'"t Wiilnesdjiy morning. Arrive at
sent Franklin's men to the next world saysCheyne. :
: :. They were murdered! by the contractor keeping it cool, clean, and soft, under IU.: 1J) n. in., and for New York on FritllIII: :: : :: ( I: RAILROADS.leaving ): Havana Wednesday afternoon

who supplied the expedition: withpreH'r'l.tlIIclltl. which conditions diseases of the scalp and :t. lo |1'. m.; 1'1'011Xm'"ulI., N. P., on Wcdiies:<- I Returning: leave Havana Thursday! even

The same contractor supplied hair are impossible.As tlntir; Nassau, N. 1'., on Wednesday.With ; (Centre Street Durkdirectfor5iuyau- ing. 1.1'11"t Friday morning. Arrive
Sir James Ross' expedition, and the Georgia, and Florid.i Inland Steamboat nah. Passengers: and shippers'\ an aissnredlit'ronut'ttion Cedar Key Hatiirday/ morning (and at
\ Ullllrnuttonl'untaillc.llloth- ( 'i'. from Savannah Tuesday! : Widncsday at Savannah: with the Sleaiii51111 Jacksonville and Fernandina\ by Transit
tins tabled
Ladies' Hair
ing but big hccf knuckles of hone Everything: a Dressing for Friday and 14l1n.Ifllr: ; .Savannah' 01Tuesday ) i>s and trains for the North..Steamer Railroad:: III"lay evening and at Savannah

belonging to the animals was put into the The VIGOR is incomparable. It is color- Friday and Sunday. by steamer: City of llridgeton\ Monday( morning
tins horns hoofs and hides. The With Charleston Steamers (St. Joltn't and Daild C'lnrK, / ), thus I forming the' Miortct-t po!'>IMo wa
except less contains neither oil and will
'' nor dye, ('( f'uIfrom Savannah and ( 'hatlt''ot"l1IIIl'ln Idl'I'j'lIhn, United 1 /
entrails there and when they ate )./ : route States and Cnha.( ':
very were CAIT.( I' H.J WARD I)
soil white cambric. It Savannah mill ,
them they had to hold their noses! so offensive not imparts an \\ ( \ and Snnd.iv ; for 1'ASSAdK! : RA'riS.Gilpin: .

was the stench. If Sir James Ross and agreeable and lasting perfume, and as an l'lwl'lt'toololifon.lar and\ Friday. (Leaves ('l'lIll'l' Stn-ct Duck every Wednesday, J.A"f"UII..

his party had been out another winter they article for the toilet it is economical and With Steamer Plum daily to and from St.Jlary'sha. and :-:ntllt.lafur, SAVANNAH 1(, touching al Savannah l1)Ilnvauii.; ........ :a tUMMiFernandina : ( ) $ |Ii5tt
f- have ( ( ., and' semi-weekly to and front: JT.. / DARIKN: aid Havana .. SINI
would have starved. "I repeatedly, ItRI'NSWJCK SIMON'S to .. :.lidoJacksonville ( ) :3]
in my lectures throughout Kngland: denounced unsurpassed I its excellence. St. Mary's( : River J.: III ti IIgol.! DOMOY)() GA. to Haviinn 3 IIIMI; ) ::1,0( r>n

this contractor as a murderer and l :\T II\MiWI.V' Kl.\., For "tllll'rulIlII4I1I1.1! tlcketii! apply' to LKVK.t : :
dared him to bring an action for )libel.( I.. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., With Trains for Live Ouk,'flll1allU" I'I', and .tlcmoramlii. A1.DIN'y'I'uurist): Ofllccs.Savannah .

should be glad to have him do so, for I could Practical and Analytical Chemist, all points: in Middle\ and( West Florida. Steiuaervareouot'rttrlby Through 'I'uritfwithih.Itlauatklult' ( !a.-Corner (Mull and P.rvanstreets. .
establish the truth of what I say." & Vest hl.liu'I'rnn- II. A.CALLAN, Agent.
Lowell Mass. AT LOCIII.OMSV, FLA.,
- sit and, l''niusutar.lhailruadsind: : ( via Savannah :: 1''ritutdinu-Iginont.. : Hotel. .\. I.. MKL-: ( :
OLD BT ALL DRCdOISTS( CTIRTWUKHB.: With Steamer ."1"//1 for all points 11I111lUlllillgl'lllll LEN, Agent.JackxonMlle.
ItookN and Slalionery.IIOItACE with steamships( for llaltimore Philadelphia
__u___ _____ -- ---- Orange l Lakl', on arrival of! Pen- New York and Huston. i I -<'i rner lIa1I11.11'illc streets.
Railroad'[. in-ular Iluilruad'1'ruiu. A.C. LANPIIKRK l : :, Agent.
i) iuw, I'or State-Rooms: Tickets, and all other
-- .- -- --- -- AT C1AIXK\IU.K:, Fl.\, particulars' apply' to the following Agents( St. \1IJ.:1I..t\J\-Un: \ the May. It. F. ARM-(
RAILROAD.JACKHOXVILLK ( ). With Stage; Line t furOcirla and Tampii': onMonday awl Olliecx HTHOSU.J.'lIt.) ; ( :utfS111111EiI
FLOHW.L'EX'I'ILI. ;; __ .._u__ _. _. _
Wholesale and Retail Wednesday and Saturday ; IVoin Fcrnandina l'la.-'aipt.. J. 1.. Roniuillat: '
:, 1'I. March 10, Il'1it.! Ocala: and Tampa Tuesday, Friday and l Snn- Agent t. Centre t $L, bet ween /Second and I Third.Savannah I : S< III.niI..aTill' : :

}) OOICS, STATIONERY: On and, after thi date Trains on this Road day : Ga.-Cor. Hull and lIt '1111 Sts.,
: MTKAMKIMNT. :
AT CKDUl: KEY: KI.A.,
will run as follows : opposite' Pulaiki and Sercvcn House.Jacksonville .
j
DAY PASSENGER: : (KxiKPT: SIXDAY.) With Tainiui: Hteamxhiii' ('11.11' Line fllri I-'Ia.-Corner Hay and Pino ._----__. a'a

Ami JIUNIC, I Leave Italdwin ........................... 'Jji:: ) A. M. 'it 4 p. in., and for Key Sunday andThursday Tlc-kl.t Agent ; .\. I L. Ilnngcrford, t JOINS } g { t'lTV 1OI.\T 1|
M WEST HAY STKET, JA'ILukc City .........................ll:3J:: : A. M. at p. Iii.11'ith : Agent.St. t. e__ ---r-e e-w
Leave Live Oak........................... IIK: 1 I'. >r. the United l :Rates and Havana I-'IL-t :: .\II -tiue, Fla.-On the Hay, 11. F.ArmMrong. "
Mail\ -.itlmirul for Wc I Havana: *
JACKSONVILLE: :, FLORIDA. Arrive at Savannah ..................... 8:I.') I'. M.IxxiveSavannah ( ( Key 'tool. Agent
I :: .......................... .'4:1.\:( :M. uba! on arrival of$peeiul'l'rai u, every bayou Tnew- Palatka, Fhi.-Lilienthal lirothcrs: t (Co.,
lay afternoon at ".:!* From
Leave Live Oak.......................... 5::).') I'. M. :1111' Iii : Agents.
IA'ULak" City.......................? 5:00 p. M. Cuba(.: and Key West every Saturday. :Speial Gl'STAVK: LKVK.General : :. .
t train tocoiuus-t.
Ix'ave Italdwin ...._...................... 7:05: p. M. ( : 1'aMsenger'.Igv'u t.
With :Steamer ; for iiits theMiwamiee
)i1'"Sc'houl Hooks Nprvinlfy.YIIV .-tlb Arrive at Jacksonville ................. N:03:: 1'. M.MAIL Knttriirirt |M> on W. HARRY, .- -
River 'lIlUr .la1j ut on a. III. General :
( ( AND l.:EXPRESS: ; (D\ay.) Agent :Savannnh.
information
For respecting' routes' rates,
.'fj > A t.'I..UriU'::, Leave Jacksonville, ....................... 5:80:: p. M. C.tl'., apply' to J. N. HAJIRIMAN, jliJleaveI'eriiaudinaforJaks( mvilll'
11 1 : .
"r" IA' \White H..I"t.( .................... li:15;: 1'. M. .1. o. lAd DONKLL) : ( \lullU .('r. and Palatka( and intermediate lam)
(:Sucee'sor: to J. :\1. Copper ('II.,) ...... ....... --- -- -- pigs on the St. John' River ami Savannah
Leave Italdwin............ .. 7.1:( I'. M. (:t"II'll't'kl.t and/ |1.11.>.. .\ I.lIt. .
IIEALEIM IN Leave Darhyville.......................... 7:25 p. M.I D. K. MAXWELL[ : (Jen'l Supt.. 21TACKSONYILLK :!I NT. MAitVN niviit I A<:KIT. uid Charleston, us: flows:

Leave I Sanderson.......................... *::07 p. )I. -- ----- --- ----- .
.7irS'hool uml 1IIMcclfaueons" ')ft .................. From( Fernandiiui)
111Olllt l ( ('......... ... Hj.'i: p. M.Uave : : AND: "I
: PKNSACOLA: / ( .
e-- J Mt. Carrie.......................... 11:11:1 i : : p. M. ,: \( ': RAILROAD.\ .... /. FOR J.ICFSON\1L1.1: AND" PALATKA,
Arrive Lake City' ............ ..............11:30::\ p. M.lave ( 1: 'J
a--- J M l. "---tea 1.1Oak............................ 2:15 A. )I. T.U.LUIVW-FK MAKTKK T.nSi'I'fIIlT\TlflS'1i:, FLA., February OnK:a, IS.HO.: jOn ": v';''' ;rT' KVKRY 11'EINhz4D.1V.-try:
Arrive Tallahassee! ...................... 7do: A. 31.I '
| HOOKS 5 nOOKS i ia } I Arrive Albany............................HC45: A. M.ArrivcSuvunnah and after Monday\ February :2, )))01.111. : rn.ullm(: : I"1,0 It.\. From Fernandina/ !
tilJOWS 1'111'
trains 4if this road will
run un -
-. 4 .......................... !IIIIJ: A. v.Ixave 'iaiseiitcr, viz : ('APT, JOHN RICHARDSON:; FOR( SAVANNAH AND C11/1tL1:4TON: ( =
1'-- Savannah .......................... 4vi::\ p. M, :::
._e heave Albany ............................. 4sm: ... M. PASSKNiJKR:; : TRAIN-KAST: IlOt'ND.: WII.I.IWX THK: ST.! MARY'S[ R1V- ; KVKRY: l-'IUIM Y.-ti, .
Leave Tallahassee ....................... 5:45: p. )I. (rave ( 'luattuho! xhe..iluily at..... 2/II P. M.Juincy during; the' ,,(...1.1IUI follow : Close connect made with steamers for
T.TIOXJIYXD: FANCY GOODS 01'ALL Leave Live Oak:: .......................... 2:15: A. N. Leave ( .................... ...... .'1 :22 I'. N.Leave (Leave Sr. MAKV'M I KVKRY: : MONDAY am.'HUItSDAY hllonville and KntcrprW: also with vtcanirs !'
KINDS::, Leave take (City .......................... 8:511: A. M. 'lallahaSM-e. .............. ...... (GIN< r. M. MORNING:: at 0 oVImk, fur for : also, at Savannah-
Su. Leave Mt. Carne.......................... 4:1H: A. N. have Monticcllo ............M ...... 1111... M.Jreenville 'EHXA.XUIXA ; and will leave FKK.XAMUXI!: with fctcaii.trs OIklawul1u"t'q! for New! York;
Cor. Congress al\t18t. Julian 1-aveOlusteo.............................. 4:4O: A. M.Uave leave (: ............... ...... 143.'tY.N: nine days at I K u. m., fur CAMP PI.NTK.MCY!; u ton aunt Multimorc.and at Charleston, Philadelphia lilt,
Navaimali (Georgia. ( Siinderson.......................... 5:20:: A. M, ave Madbon! ................. ...... !) 2.i i p. M, and all intcrnmliate landings on the river tth'UIII\'J'' for New York Haiti u
([>'uvel arl.yville> ......................... 5:5.5: A. N. Jot-u'u Live Oak..............? ...... :2 15 A. N.Arriveavannuh lemming; KVKRY; : TUESDAY: and FRI-( JlWf, and with Northeastern! Philadelphia& South, Carlo-
-- Leave Ilaldwin............................. o:40: A. M. ............... ...... !) ffl, A. )I. DAY will\ arrive at Kr. MAKY'M at 5 1'. inimchingat .. lira Railroads for routes North! last: and
C'oiitrarflug, and Iliillding. Leave White, \ House..................... 7U5: A. M. .Arrive TliomunrUle......... ...... 055 A. M. ; FKKNANIUNA.On \'t..t.
Arrive Jaeksunville..................... 7:50: A. M. .\irrjve All.uny.................. ......10' :23 .\. N. WEDNESDAYS: : and SATURDAYS
O. ti. OAKEN, On Mail and KxpreM: Train Sleeping Can Arrive IjikeCity................ ...... 333: .\. N. \\ill leave Sr. :\hIlY'liut $:34a. in., and can .'IHST.CI.AR"J 1'AKSKNCJKll ACCOMMO()
run through) to and from Jacksonville and .rrhe Italdwin.............._ ...... li :23 \. M. IIC chartered fxclirxiomi toIuagenelut DATIONS.

/10NTRACTOR AND IIUILDKUJ Savannah ; al.o. Lucas :Sleeping: Cars run :lrriveJacks.tnville........... ...... 7'AIA. N. Through Ticket and Ftateruoms; ccuroitid
\ through t4i and from Jacksonville and Tal- Arrive Fcrnandinu........... ...... ::1 lo p. M. I! all iiiforinution. furnished at office enrDer -
;" MAM'rACTCBESMOULDINGS laha.1 Arrive (iuinoville; ............ ...... 501 ... N. I ( 'lJtr(! and Ht und ttret-ti
and. other "iints. or |nU-nt In the ,
_. t' 111 FKRNANDINA: KXPRKS.S: : ;, (Duty.) Arrive star, Key ............_ ...... !9 jo ... M. IIr Kernamlinu.Tliruiiuli| vicinity :Jf.lv _c?. A. soY,,:: ;.

URACKKTTt'.SAWKD AND heave Jacksonville..... ................11:15: A. )I. I'.ASSENGER'fR.t1N11'1.: '::5' IMiir.Ml. -- -
TURNED HALUSTKKS: XEWELS?, Arrive lUldwin.12:30 j'. N. have Jalksonville..dailyut..... 5.:Ju ... N.Irave Jill!... or Lading G. f. AVKIIY,

1 $ WOOD R.\V& Arrive Feniandina......?..... 3:40 p. )I. Fcrnandina........... ......10. :JU A. N. !
STAIR RAIIA have Halllt'llvllle......... ... ...... I II (U'' IIYI.J.OHY'f[ LINE: of Stcanu-n to all
heave'eman.lina........................10::*) A. r. ? A. N. the (
TROUGHS, SHKATIUNO Leave Ual.lwin. ... i-.yt f. x. 1 'aveCwlar Key........?... ...... 4 Jo A. M.cuue 1 tints on St. Mary'n

WUVTIIKRMOARDINUAKDFLOOR: _Arrive Jacksonville............. y-M: p. x. Ituldwiu ...............? ...... 7 <., J'. )I. ('lo"f (4'oiiiicrlluiiia t.' -
Paasengew for Fernandina and C'tttar Key leave lake City ............... ...... n 40 J'. N. LJ\HY: ANj AKDJNU STAULIN.;
take this train. No train from lialdwin to leave Savannah ............... .' ...... 4 :M v. N. l with the New York and $avannabtralucr 'o
INO. Cedar Key on Sunday.i.NNwrinxs.At have Live Oak................. ...... :2 15 A. N. $ $. Mark( all I gomU( ('are of Steamer C.HltIAOI'Sn WAiONS
( 'llaldwin" with A., (i. A lA'.uve Madiaon ...............? '. ...... 351 I A. )I. 'lirn, Fernandina." fo and frulU Steamers t and Trains.::
f Stair uml C'liurrliVork W. I. T. !It. R., for (Vdar Key, Uaiiuville have (;rt'envillt'.............. ...... 4 a!) A. N. JOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PAS- CONTRACTS: FOR JJAUUNO.! IhtD1WKH : '

and Fcnian.lina, and all 'ixtinu North and leave Monticello ............. ...... 5 <.i A. )I.Arri'e "w iilffTH. Kicun.ioniKt: >> and TourUu" will *
A SPKCIALTY.: Ve.t ; at Luke City for Tiiluha. rcc, .\lIlIIny. TallahajM........... ...... 7 MI A. M.mve tied this a attractive trip M the FOR MLK :
;avaiinah amt all i",>inU North and 1Ve..t ; (.. Tallaha-w-> ...........?.. .... H ;an A. M.mye'Juincy 1 III grand and very I alligators and other Mt-nrry are [ ; Jl'Jnu! IIAItNK>'S.
DOOIW AND WINDOW FRAMESOF at Jacksonville with H. Jobru River $trant- : .............. "' ...... lutrt A. )I.Arrive Himlaiit. game C.JC'fHSII WAOONrf.and (: .

ALL SILS.a : t'1'1f. J. H. McKLROY: ChattalxMM bee....... .. ......11 : I.. N. 'or further information/ apply to ..t: -TERMS; G.ASIL'isZ

Post Office liixm ,N'. M. DAVIIMOX. MtotrTrun p'ii.Uieriiitendent. fONNKCTIONS.: JOHN !RICHARDSON, b')111'e Stable-First Htret-t, lI..aJI'fMJIU
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I THE FLORIDA MIRROR : OCTOBER 0.TIIK .

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( ; FLORIDA( ''L11t1ti0P: of his hearer Our people' e are sure gavea THE STATE ELECTION.Leys : I incn mine the bi-inoutlied: 7tM""c for :.tt Elections:; In these! states well' take place on

-- "" -- .. !:.--- '- hearty appreciation to the eloquent and than year ago it was a question with I double bite, but got switched before it t the 12,1, i inst. The attention of 'lielr'ule
Tuesday,
S.I 'LI D.)' OCTOliEIl 9, ){co.DEMOCil.tTJC statesnian-Uke utterances of our distinguished the Radical party whether they would organize :Fairly got hold. )Jut the greatest! victim\ w as I country [is directed mainly to the I re-

... ... ; senator. Like Senators Bayard, ns party In this Stnte. The (Mate lie Sun and Pretf, who, with scis! ors in hand, Kxtraordinary efforts J have
Indiana.
suit t h in
'rICUI:T. T'uirman, Kernaiuunt Lamar, Senator Jones : hall :keen roscuyd, from their hands: in 1870( rot out a motley piece of patchwork and Republican leaders to
'" made byho
,I aU 1] I been '
never talkftbnt to instruct and always sets oy the Conservatives: and as in all the tumbled; head over heels in. We warned of Indiana in the Octobertceure
The rigid of trial ly jury, the habeas corm, forth as the true end and aim of political :Southern States, n State once lost to them, these at first not to meddle with Captain; the I vote were[lumportedfrom NardiCarolina ]

the, liberty nf the press, the f.adorn f tjtccch, effort/ the good of the country. Let IH: their puny, which was only held,! togetherby Dyke's figures for when it comes to ci! >lnnity/ election.t last Negroes winter and scattered through

tit, tuztl/rfll rights of persons, and the rights of compare for a moment the influence, the office ami spills incited away. The ;lie makes no mistakes. : Orators w'thout' number have

Jrop'I'fmll( 'be )>rc>cncd.-Onx. HANCOCK, weight of character, the standing in the prominent' leaders here were pensioned! offwith the I s.atc. the state, and all the t

in General Order No. 40, Nov 29, 1867. United States Senate of Midi a loan in the Federal o'llccs abroad and at home. THE IKOROiA ELLCTIOX. been sent throughout : have been made, t

Nothing can intimidate me from doing whatI former senator, Conover. and that .of (,hal Ics From the very first )beginning; of the Democratic Tl-fj: result of bcli ,'c to be honest and rilltl.- WI.VFIELD W. Of the his in Georgia on the Gtli is now but within the last
Jones.! the former' most of I : administration: improvement everywhere Mate officers admitted that the chances were

SCOTT HANCOCK. __ i_ friends can find to say; in his favor is: that I and in every way, became manifest:! to pretty well ascertained. The only I contestwas : organs: I have them and a new levy on the partyfor

FOR PRESIDENT! : he done no harm. Of the record of Charles I the people, and continued ; the people of all between he friends of l.oColqllltt against amount, of money has been made
t W. Jones! in the United States! Senate' every I parties, whi, ,': and, colored], felt this welcome and his DemociaMc oi-poncn s, represented large
GENERAL W. S. HANCOCK, final effort to secure success.
OF PENNSYLVANIA.KOH good citizen hi the State of Florida has change, ; and were contented, and there was by Norwood.. It will he recullec.eslhat; PS a ( the: toial vote of the state was
t reason to be proud. Steadily adhering to nothing lo encourage the leaders to organize; Go,'. Colquitt lacked a few votes of receivinga In 1370 Tilden received 213--
this vote
) ( :- T : the principles of tho constitution, hrh:{ing, u Radical canvass. Lint l'i the last monthsof two-thirds vote in the state convention, 431,070. Of Green.
I Peter Cooper (
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, to hour upon complex political questions! the W.I\ the Grant boom, which :und bee.i while his vote exceeded that of all his: opponent. 5-15: Hayes '!OS,011, and In

or INDIANA. tests t of constitutional law,with cannot zeal started by the third tenners began to assume The majority of he convention back) U.533;: ; Tildcn's majority, 5,515.of State
for Secretary ,
advocating (lie Interests! of his j State; and ol the to parade resolution recommending Gov. Col 1878\ the election was
I.REHIIUX''I\I, EI.E/TORY.: : : importance, programme was passed a : of Slianklin (Democrat .
STATE AT LARGE : his section' he has earned the respect of hits': Gen. Grant through: the Southern Stai.cs quitt to the suffrages: of the people. His opponents and in a total vote 414,697
Moore Ilepublieun)189,755a -
\ SAMUEL: PASCO, of Jefferson! County. fellow senators by his courtesy and I'isnl'y: :' and secure the solid South (Republican delegates subsequently; put in nomination : ) received! 191,401 Democratic!! and majority( of 13-,

ALHERT.T. RUSSKLL: of,Duval County and secured the esteem of 1m; fellow c'tizcns!' ). Ovations were given to Gen. '.:rallte'cr'whcre M.- Norwood, and u very bitter, personal! ) ; received
FIRST DISTRICT: by the honor he has reflected upon his: Slate on his Southern tour, but nowhere canvass ensued from one end of the state to -)4"<5 ; but the Greenback candidate
I t district
f, J. E. YONC1K, of Kscambia County and lie' substantial; benefit} lie hrs! obtained I did they assume! !! snch a political and the other, between the supporters of Cot quilt 39,443! votes. The First congressional! of-

J KIX:().ND DISTRICT: for her, as well as by the success which has I'al'r look as in F'orida. and Norwood. The result, ns far as ascertained in.lSiS gave 1\ Republican majori'y

} THOMAS F. KINO, of Alachua County. attended his efforts: and that of his: col leagues Here, the leaders thought; time) saw their appears to be the reelection of (!ov.Colquitt 81: !); the fifth district Republican najo'ityof '
-- in Mcuring j just and needed appropriations, opportunity to (galvan'ze' into life their pariy, by n majority of forty thousand I !HO'; thc Ninth district a Republican ma.J'uri'

FOR onvERXon: and the passage! ; of laws condtic'ng' to the and from leo Grant's advent, until his, departure The Republican have entertained a pleasurable i of 93 ; the Tenth district a TIl'publicanJ

WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM, welfare of our people. Let us rcca'l' for a were profpse in their attentions. hope that a permanent split in the majority of 1,008; the Eleventh district a

or LEON COUNTY. moment what has been in'compli-thcd. : for us. Not having any doubt but that Grant: would par;y might be the result! but the Democracy Republican majority o: 1,445. The Second, t r

FOR LI EUTEN.\NT-CJOVERNOR; For years! el orts have been' made to call be nominated at Chicago; they hastened to of Georgia are two wise to allow t their op- Third, Fourth, :SixMi: Eighth and Twelfth;

I LIVINGSTON W. BETHEL, attention to thu [improvement of the rno.uli; call their: county, district and Sate; conventions nei'ts fo profit by their family 1 qupr.el.t I clotted Democrats: end the Seventh Dc La

OF .MONROE COUNTY. of St. Johns -ivcr, and insignificanb! sums ; of these conventions: and their nominations Ma-yr, Gr enbo\ck.
have been appropriated, resulting!! in no pemanent *- we need not speak here. But fo '"OTlSt'OllTll AND SOUTH.. In Ohio Mr. Hayes! !n 1876, received a ,

FOR CONGNFS.9-FJRSTDI'TR1CT1: benefit. Every year, in the mid.-t their viler surprise and confusion, Gen. The recent vole in Vermont and Maine majority l over TiU'en of 7,556; i.i 18V7 Bishop + t

\ ROBERT H. M. DAVIDSON, of the| season! of busy nilllc, :he St. Johns Grant was not nominated ; for a few days exceeds, by many thousands in each stale! (Democrat) received u majority over West:,

:I OF \D8DEN-COl'NTY. river above Lake (;l'tlrgo has been virtually' they were dazed, !stupefied! ; the man who me vote l'i 18'<0. The population of those (Republican: ) for Governor, of :!,5l0:! ; in

Full CONOUEHS-SECOND: DISTRICT : closed, by low water on \'olul'ia liar, lo all they expected would rally the colored people states has not increased.; In the c'eclions' ; 1879 Foster!! (Republican) received a majority

GENERAL JESSE J. FINL: V, but the smaller class of tcall1t''fIle! whij would, float their slate and local recently held at the South there has been an of 17,11":! ) over Esv:mig (Democrat). Nine congressional

OK VOLtf: V BI.V COUNTY.Tim mouth of the St. Marys r'vcr, giving entrance ticket, was: defeated. The candidates here increased vote, but nothing like that in the dis=rids are represented' by Republicans

... \ -- *o Cuml>LTlaid) Sound, one of the ]had spent a good deal (of money in procuring above states! although there has been aver;' : and eleven by Democm.'s.; The total, '
: LAST KESOKT. most capacious: and safe American ]harbors their own nominations and having hopes of large increase of population. Now if thereha'e vote of the state in 1876( was 650,771.::; The

It i is qni'e' evident Mu't 'ho Kcoi'b'iiun has: been "somewhat, deteriorating for getting a good rnulIlll'ulI'i'ai1I fund from I been frauds in the South, as alleged by Greenback' : vote in 18(6 was 9,072.

leaders at tie North n-e very much alarmed! some 't'III'wIth' danger of serious fiiture. I I the North, concluded to keep in the race, he Republicans, by a like reasoning there The strong probabilities are >hat I idiaiui

as to the result of the November c1ec \O.I. injury. The) harbors! at Cedar Key and tOlllp! of them from pride, others ]hoping' for must have been greater frauds at the North will go Democratic by 8,000 to 10,000 i.iajo'-

It is equally evident that hey have no hope Tampa, and the Suwance river, have all reward Federal; otlice; fol1the outgoing The Republican party were quick )o charge i i.y; and Ohio Repub'ican' by about the same

of a bingle electoral vote at MIC South. needed the aid of the government. l'cusa- President. census! I'r1l1I1on\ : the South, and followed by ,"oe. If Indiana goes Iemocra4'c, the Re- "

4' Hence Mr. Conkling abandons
policy and makes:, a bitter vindictive and 03Krcssive : the war, in the ruinous and almo.-l useless!! held their conventions until after the Clilcago say! of the open bribery, corruption nnd Garfield; while if carried by the Republicans -

; attack upon the South, with the condition .he war left it ; and various: other : nominations, they would not ]have manufacturers' t''.
hope of arousing the: wart passions of the needed improvements! remained UlI(>rcd forI I made nominations. Perhaps: it is ns well, it Ve'inont and :Maine.: elect] Hancock, counting New York 35: ,

NWth. during the pe''iud, the "tale, represented : has aroused our people' to again rebuke and Connecticut 6, and New Jersey 9. In 1870

The signs of approaching defeat have left in both Louses of congress bv incompetent I defeat them. SEXSJI.LE TALK. New York gave Tilden 22,742:: majority ; in

but one last resort. Argument, denunciation or indifferent Republican reprehc'itat'ves.' Of foiirse these JI\llle.allt'llItenl will resortto An able and i tfluen'ial colored man in 1878 the two Democratic candidates' Robin '

coaxing, Hclf-laudation having failed, We have now the satisfaction of knowing all sorts of desperate measures, but our A1nhmhas addressed: n letter *o his own son and Kelly had 31,789 snore votes: than '

that last resort is to the free! and untraniinelcd that, by the labors of her Democratic senators people will be able to thwart thl'lItheir; peop'e' from which we make the following Cornell, Republican. la 1876 New Jerseygave

I use of monev. In other words, their: and Democratic representatives, Florida. greatest hope is swelling) the registration lists extract, premising that the facts he states Tilden 12,4j\ majority ; in 1877 it gave

last cnVt:; will be U> buy enough votes to has received that attention at the hands of with: $illegal votes: noui-residents!! minors!, a-id the arguments he advances are equa'lytnic MeClella-i (Democrat), for Govenor, 12,743

1 accuro the pivotal satcs.! the general government so long needed, and convicts, etc., and the many railroads building of Florida} and it unquestionally: the majority. Connecticut! in 1876 save Tilden

," A new and heavy assessment has been already contracts have been awarded for the will give them material to work with, Imo:erest of the colored men of Florida
t'': put on all oflce-ltolders ; an urgent appeal improvement of St. Johns bar, of Volusia I we know from the past they will not hpsi- contribute their voter to the election of a 3.667 majority. Without: Connecticut

i.1 i made to banking and railroad corporations bar, of.;he entrance to Cumberland Sound, I tate to encourage perjury ,n their ignorant: Democratic S'atC; government, which is Ilancoc'c would only require three

: and to men of wealth, to raise an immense and at Tampa. and tlie :Suwance river and followers. pledged in the fu'are, as in the past, to secure electoral votesom all .no o'hestates: which ;
.. ..
: !! corruption: fund. There is no legitimate ( Ccda' Key, and other ports on the coast; to them all ihei.; Hj'.ils and p":vi''oes : may be claimed as doubtful, viz : California, i '

use to which such funds can be put. and the sound of the hammer is again heard KAOWAL KOWltYISM. Formerly colored men saw the races ar. O-t'gol'lew Hampshire, Maine, Pennsylvania EM
at the Pcnsaco'n Navy Yard Such are the The people who have resided in Florida rayed against' each other, bitter race prejudices
I The country is already surfeited with documents and Ohio. So, be the result what it
I f he told what has existing-noth'ng but antagonism and
since 1W.5 need not
fruits of Ihe Democratic party
and orators. Every ordinary appliance appoii'mcnt by a strife! Now our people live' peaceably and may i-i Indiana, ihe Democratic chances for
:' has been used to influence, to intimidate legislature of ab'c untl influential senators, been personally abusive, violent: in language; quietly together. There i is: no strife, no contention success are not imported.:! although it would
j to recuperate, but the ranks of the and of the election by the people of able and conduct during: a political canvass: and ; no hi-te'neas and all' men are hap- be a :g eat divppoin'meni. i
I supporters of Hancock are steadily.increas tried, zealous representatives. at the polls. The loaders: white and black, py, prosperous and contented I .
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COlored ---
which The people] of Florida, if they wish: these In their churches, on the platform] in the men, after calmlv and quietly rev "
I' ing. How shall the flood be stayed view ng the even'!! of he last ten years!, SENATOR BLAINE.
seems: certain to remove from powe" trio' improvements to be continued, will consult streets, have used l'l'ithetsallll threats which have very naturally asked themselves' : The "Plumed Knight" went Into battle in
t their interests in Democratic would not have been tolerated anywhere at "What 1-ave we pained by our blind adhesion
held own electing a Maine
men who, for twenty years, have unquestioned swinging the bloody shirt, as the
the North. Not only this but on more than to the Republican] party ? We have em-
] and General and Colonel ,
legislature, Finley bleat to win wi h but alas his bOMtin"thave
, sway. held none of the offices, but, on the contra ; :.,
t One hundred thousand otdlce-liolde"s arc Davidson to represent:, them in congress, one occasion Conservative meetings: have ry, men have induced us to place them ''nl come to naught. Last week in Philadelphia '
I told that unless a last Cm-t i is: made there is The people of East Flo-ida and of our been annoyed by a yelling mob, processions >ower, and have grown rich and Ie.l't to he no longer waved the red flag,"
own we are sure dw.Mre to assaulted in open day.! our fate ; we have received nothing at their
no hope. Money ro.o money-and still county eXl1rl'sStheir but preached demnition ruin "I have
]hands
we are dependent the white
on
1 more money i is wanted, any must be had at recognition of the dibits of Senator Look at the elections of 1803, 1870, 1872, of our; state (or our bieati, fo- our subsis-men come," he said, '' five hundred miles to tell

once. No doubt an immense corruption Jones, who, although living in the extreme when the polling places were taken possession stence, for the schoo'ing of our ehlll1ret'' for the people of this corrmonwcalt'i hat the
t. fund will bo raised and expended in New western portion of the State, has shown by of the night previous, and during! election all fiat we have : we go to them in -outdo election of Hancock will ruin them." But
his labors their behalf that he day closely surrounded by a mob of negroes and distress, and wearealwpys treatett kindly
York Indiana New and Connecticut.We on represents the
Jersey tumultuous
I they are a'l in all U) us, and why shouldwe unreasoning people] would
i do not believe it will be successful.The no paiticuler portion of tile state! but !is: a who, as each negro! approached, his oppose them ;n politics? They;have taken not listen to him.

enterprise Is: too great, too widely expanded -'' senator ttyiaPy interested in the welfare of ticket, was seized, examined, and it not sat from us not one of our rights. We have Blaine, like Conkling, has ceased to be

and too distasteful to a decent people. all his co'isii-'ucnts: in North, S UiII.t! and isfactory, to.n up and another substituted; a been IIUTC prosperous ender Mieir{ rule than ;lie power he was in his tate. After
We or
before. party
ever a.t better') otected
hundred now
line of feet
It cannot well be concealed, and decent West Florida.A : negrois extending a under the law than heretofore, a-id vny < this campaign they will drop out and ,
and as fast as one voted at the head of the
of should hate them-work
will such methods we and
r Republicans scorn vo-3 against give way to other leaders and be
no more
carrying an election. BUSINESS r/Kir OF IT. column he would again form into line, thus: them .id tnei- interests?" Reasoning in heard of \
politically. Even
The for the in F'o'Wa t delaying and preventingieople fronfreach- this way, and looking at this stern lo';'c 0: their own party
people : j
question
The people of the United Slates desire a events the 01011.11 iren of the South are feel relieved [a having, finally broken the "
change in the jM-noniiel of the government. consider in the coming election is whetherour lug the ballot-box or iUI>I"'t.hll'who! whena voting bv the hundreds. w'th the whi'e }l00- despotic: rule W men have so long had. !
A majority of the people of the United legislation, einbnicing matters! of revenue negro's name did not appear on the registration I'll', and are olelllyavowiaig themselves! tobe Z

States are now enrolled in the ranks of the taxes, l'l'nallawsl\Illrts, roads, iiiuni- list, supplied him a name and voted Democats.Tlcse SENATOR CONKLllfa.
gration, schools, etc., all that conduces to him In some precincts the polls were kept JNlwe..ru'asol'!!, ;n n'y opinion, The GobbU-r
supporters: of Hancock. New YOlk, New induced the colo-ed men of our sate td as the Boston Post srv'cnhe '
e Jersey, Connecticut and Indiana are Democratic the welfare development of the State: open until 10 o'clock night; and, to crown free themselves from the political bondageof '; senator, has just delivered himself] of a

states, and, united with the Southern shall be placed in the hands of the 1 ignorant, the day's work, over a hundred ballots unfolded the Republican pay, and to vole fo" speech in New York. If we are to judge of
from the in what they deem to be .l>e'r best and :
State, will give a total electoral vote of 203 non-property holding, miun-tax-{)ayilug masses I damp press, were put interests Thev that truest the criticisms! and comments of the Republican
see
they are
.. votes, nearly twenty more than is required who have nothing to lose or pay; or shall I the box and counted. All this and more in all their rights'civil aiul i>oliiical.protected They ] papers, the <,lrort" was damaging.

to elect. Ohio, Maine, California, Oregon our tate government bo put in the cure of prevailed, and was encouraged by the white receive to-dav for the education of their He praised Grant, referred scornfully to
who of themselves intelligence [ leaders, and i.. now to certain extent. They children twenty tines more money than Hayes and
w and New Hampshire arc doubtful s'atos. men, represent gave but faint praise to Garfield.
r l The Democratic party are united, firm and property, and also represent the people can ,stop it if they will. all they the pay courts far' taxes of tie" ; they sta e,sit and upon they juries are paid in His bundle of statistics and his logic drawn

: tunguine, ; Ihe'r candidates, une/cepton- who own the property and are incn-as- Uut already there are indications;: of fraud, for their services ; they vote for Whom they from them are contraactej by bankers and

i al ; their p'atform' U sound, pa'i-o.'c; andconservat've. i'lg the wealth of the State ; men who pay perjury, violence and rowdyism on the part oleuse without restraint or intimidation businessmen and his speech .
i !! Every: clement of success II'' for (he support: of the government in every of the Ridicals.: The leaders desperate cultivate from the from whites wh; they rent the land they a failure. Conkliug has every lorded way it considered
< so
'e ben at low figures, and
jr 1 favor of the'r baccers. Ir they cannot branch of it. liusincjd: men or corpora)ions, and will bto;> at nothing to gain their ends. are not defrauded and cheated out of their long as: the great mogul in the Republicanparty

biiccciMl now, there seems to be very I1'tie having large opl'ratilJl1S1m"I, in the employment --- --- -- earnings; they own more proper in Alabama of New York, that the
prospect of their eve* attaining sa cess until of agents and others lt their business CUll'.l/.V IH'KK'S IllJ.1LOn. to-day than) ever before, and are protected brought him out as a kind of manager
select] men of capaci-y, judgment, Grim lU'tery Dyke has a way in }political in its enjoyment. When they work a "swamp angel"
of the ,
; in or
the co-ruptio'is a monster
aSy
power they work for wn'te men, and I are paid well i gun, but aside! from the
have generated a universal dissatisfaction l : character, industry, honesty Most certainly and statistical mattcis of playing] off jokeson for their labor ; when they are trouble or I smoke he made, nobody is disturbed He
The Democratic ticket can only be defeated the great majority of the Republican nominees his opjMments. Whether exposing a distress! t.1t'I' only friends are Vie white pea I will be reti.'CttIiI being of

in this election by the corrupt use, of money. :,, State ant couny, have no such qualifications railroad job, a canal swindle or j oliticalschemes heave) who assist them Uberally, l'olore.lml'n I n -: canvass. no consequencen '
everytl-'ng' to gain by being _
Democratsand
+ he l leaves:, some loose plank, sometrap I
would make them ,
which the Republican leaders ,ttccm de'er- as clijiblc to positions
noth'iigby being Republicans. What I I DO
SOT doubt
the'dbcriminating
ruined to use us their lost resort: to retainpoa of responsibility i'l u private busi- baited, which the Radical rats, bite at allt-c-s tlie'r whIte employers or ]landlords of the' people and Ull'lr ,us'mce
rev.If l'e'lI. On the contrary, the Democratic-Con they arec aught l beyond escape ; sometime necess-anU is felt by them. Their inter-ests I gent tldf-government, and l.'IIpadty therefore for (ntelli-
little but subside and and the interest of the white men of the I doubt the do not
they a soon
the corrupt use of money ct'ii control servative candidate are men who would bo worry ItUl'U.II of the Democratic[ ticket,
Soutn identical
are and have Its
form of selected to judiciously I and safely on a make no si.;lu. His lost joke, was his complete they acquiredsense I suecess would bury beyond resurrection
the election then our government carry enough to recognize (,tat fact and 'o I the sectional jealousies
is a failure, and we shall have approached! [ a business requiring intelligence and hndustry and detailed history of- the finances of act |wliically for he conse-vation of those have so long been the chief anti stock hatreds "hleil
In trade of ,
and above all in the state! under Radical and Conservative interests, which are lUost beneficial to them I I Pestiferousthis
period lke that of Rome, when the generals honesty: collecting and most likely toudect them delnUj.oguetl, und ill no other s
and To those substantial ;1\' nllllt'lt.'or some days the Radical favorably. I 'U) can be ItO etfl'CtuaU
to their soldiers anti disbursing money. ly aCl'OUlJlknl..I
by giving largesses I have long si-ice recogni-jsl: the fact that R would restore
food to the pe 4>ie, made themselves: masters citucns of the Sate, who know the beakers and jupers{ were silent, but with the Demoevatcpa-iy i in the South is i'ie I' between all! the harmony tx tlolla and ood feeling:
1 of the govenureut. Wo do not bel'eyethat men, no appeal U necessary ; to those who such an exhibit before the people! no candidate .rue f.- llJ o( the coloed man. a- well as m name one undmake ItCO le. The us in fad

we have: come to that. do not, we ask them only to Inform themselves could hope to ask Itl'ltl'l..t with turn a d n lrelopmnent material for only the ;t-
-- ... : as '0 the candidates who are to be l urty| record. Gen. Ledwith fiist moused Ti'C laiJaJell'LiallU[ : Tie eo'u: of ptruserity, the ele.vution l :a
of
labor
A COMPARISON. vo>ed for. There is: nupoli.ical& principle[ around and nibbled away at the tables of South seeiusto1erathea more pleasedif toI- rigtits! the ouautlon, the enlargement of eoJUcatilII ot human '

The argumentative anti thoroughly i>atrU volved in the choice& ; business**, pure etuis'uple %urv:., end, by a little shuttling,thought ho bible] than (the united Ni.rtt- with Hancock's i )"CIJfon, liberty, order and all that, tuorali,,would v

u otic speech of$i enator Jones on Wednesday ; a qucj 'on of dollars n-i'l'( cent i> v>- lud a good morsel, put the next }'i ridia.l poaching, u.* uie rebel; claim- buub'e eodwants ea'Jm 1 make: \1:1 tile fureniut naL1o.of the

} night wiw addressed to the heads and heart I fit or lut:". J"U uvnptit 0.' him. and he went off limping.; : hiiiu writ; some mure leii.r ." 1 I I Q'\.i.'i.-\\lei lie". grand ti l!. Ec.ti.t.mynh:: of h4 })J11"0)- a

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THE FLORIDA MIQROR\ : OCTOBER 9.

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CORItfS.'O.1in ,'t meat had. been cooked, which was! entirelyconsumed co.vr/tT/o.v .1..lllCl.Yrl FARCIES.TUB
or frrr : wise"tfiaaoascriutr; except in casts! of Impeachment r.tSIttOXARLE .
thus! giving an idea of the size o'f t, and in caseniihieniilitiawhen .
1I/SQV.ILJV1VS TO I'OTK. -
NEw YORK, October 2. our meeting. We had an abundance eif ice, active service in time of war, or whichhe '
with lemonade 1 rod i is vividly b."ant I 1.'in'C.
by the barrels made from new
It is a strong symptom of the desperation" ]lemons in the immediate Opinion of the Attorney-General Mate may keep in time of peace, Im,111
grow neighbor cases of petit ', under the t the
'o stockings are
of the leaders of thc Republican: party' at the hood, numerous lunch baskets! containing A tro'uxl:1: -(iK::.U.\:: 1/8 Oft K'K, of the legislature larceny, \.llt'**, on rl'gl1tiol! new 'stylos.\\OTt:1: aJI.tg
that fed to every It'liclcontributed\ by the ladies ".' fi .viiv>I'n: :, Fi.v. Oitotior':?, II'so.' presentment
North they obliged report' ( tuevery asa and indictment by a jury; An information '
device to the fear special compliment to t the occasion. l'crfeet Jinn (!fo. t'ett'i, (lot'cri! 'or of Florida, was filed I against grand I the plaintiff in II'..vric and l gold 1 Is the canting romhinn-
possible! operate on thc
} order was preserved the entire DF\K) SMI-Hav log in answer! to a question ) Lion in color.WIDK .
day, for house resorted to
error, a !
King keeping
prejudices, or the supposed: intercuts of ihc which passed' off without a disagreeable incident 'Propounded' ,l by you ex pressed! the opinion for prostitution, and it was con : cellars are tvorln with I
Northern \'oters11': Conkling and :Mr. Not a ('aOOt'of: intoxication was seen, t that no I'l'r'onl'O'lvic1l'l' ot the irinuof (' PlrlO'I'sof the offence was not triable on nmF.t"oll costume.SIIOKTPKK.SSM .
or a word of : heard the larcenyslice' Aligns 0, A. }D. iMtS't the dale noarly every
profanity ,
John Sherman have appealed to the prejudices on ground. an information filed I by the state ,
There were at least: t'irce' hundred! ladies! eif the approval the General 1'lretion! 1 Law emlv on an inilcine! found by attorney a grand arc to bo the rule for at
Lund the pride of power. Mr.::\ She::: nt:'n pl't'Sl'lIt-noIH' found cause for the leaof- (Chapter 1ft( .!.">, laws< of Florida, ), is entitledto jury.hit The ('111'1, in the Ilpiliol' whit'l was least another six I months.
has moieover,, as the financial oracle held feme. Indeed, I ladies vote in this} :Mate; unless' he has subsequently
never saw enjoy a delivered by Mr.( Justice \nn Valkcnburgh, JFUSKVS will bo much worn in New York
been restored civil
the awful spectacle of the South barbecue meeting so< much. Senator {'all's prrdoned or to I It will he seen that U
up on'whelming \- 8l't'llol suits for fall.SCNFIOWHIS .
nho\'ectl'l
with
anecdotes lights<,and that this is the ease< whether t the streets (early
the I think, had much to do in promoting :. applies to persons ;iue'd for a
governmentith claims to ho has been is 'Cllit.\1
which
of convicted
larceny afojiy '
that happy effect. I record t these* otherwise: itlionou; i > its and crjsanthomnmscont'nue:
an unlimited evtenl.! Tlie-slightest possible facts with p-idc and exultation, ns evincing / ;or a wittlfinrflnor; I find from a totter' way words certain cleJt'mltll the to be in favor with fashionable women.
left these reckless the rapid advancement of the 'oulltrboth received." pm, and shown JI\(' bv joi'rsec- of ol'll't' 11'01 .
ground was partisans<, and ( iic'ic'ssjty a presentment: grand jury.What favorite
in education nnd rctary, that it i is desired I !'hollll'pllt, myviews HIm lt1 silk is still tho material
population, under the f eo.istitntc's the mfamuvi rrimr.t,
Hancock has Ihl'1
Gen. effectually squelched hat, dark sober-tinted
the in writing for Illuminating or
on question} Believing
Democratic '
\present administration of the which makes it necessary o have the
out presuming on the prejudices<, or the ignorance State. The people are more fully aroused! it is due, Under the cin'otnattutces, both 'o of the grand jury upon before the party IlUOI loc.cured costumes.A !' .

n of their adherents: they still keep:, here now as importance of individual, you and *o myself.proceed to do so.Se'ction1uficle can trod ? I In lliekman'sciisc, (K.ifc SIIK waistband white: buckle of silver,

up the cry of rl'brll'laims. cHort in the cutting election than I have 14 of the Constitution. 1 yl t., 31.) dtr,111 Tomkil'l I Law Dictiona y burnished steel, o with
article is entitled
of 1WS: which "Sul'rage lothl'r."f-lt'lrlor
ever before seen them.-Cvr. t&naniuih' Xeu'a. i was !held' by the judges (that where tIl .
The other day I the Tribune had the start. and Kligibility: is as follows : for falsely! ac

ling: inforntation\ that on a railroad advertisement From W. II. 11., Jacksonville correspond-< "No pl'J'onIIlt1er guardiansh'p! non row ("tlil'I'lthl'I.lpUI'hll'nt( / n'lt.1'h: 1'ol'I\RI handkerchiefs arc trimmed with
Il
iiieiiftt or insane, shall be qualified: to IflUl. point ile Ivagusc and laces and
JlU 1 Ijiinguedoc
crimes to be I
of one of the Southern roads: the cut Savannah Xeiis only were It'l\ 111111 as
: vote at any election! nor !hal'' any person made into bows, and
names of :Mr.: ( Davis and his cabinet were .\ number of Italians!' have a' ived'odu com'ted' I of/,<'//f>/ ..ibe' qualified to vole' at !subjected 1 luau to Ilflolo;brio p11n uiiiits.i.islrnu'nt lilac', 'Il'irpttutlll jLhoU fchus.
from ,
pr'ntcd.' As the cabinet and Its leader vveiedssolvcd 'lie: ditching' grading and leveling work on any e-hition unless rcston-il' to civil lights." I such lol:0, pointed and skirted basques,
are as
the Fcrnandina; fc Jacksonville 1'a'lroad.' :te'cMon:: 4 of the same article i'llll follows.: t.II' says ilfIOI' 111'1'111 rOllll and coat basques with very
: over fifteen years ago, the purposeof This work is being energetically pressed "The Legislaliue;,; 'l11IHu'c jwinr and shall niav be'thalt'IIII'lllis jurors bo j>t '}>trr rd"I.; long tails: will all be fashionable this win.

this: use of primer'; ink was inferred to and will' be completed I av Christmas.! !? wIll enact the necessaryharts! to rscltu'e f'n'lIl1l1\, Ill rid to IC\"C thl adliee.o VI"' ter.
"nee y/ were
be the reinstatement of the Confederate bring us wit"lnan hours ruin of our sister ofliee of honor, l Pt ow ('i. rest t or profit, civil ,KK> illiwll tHljllywil", )1 l'IWI r. 11";; in TUG skirt, with full back
erunent.! city and fu-nish another short cut to Savannah e>r mil'tary. within the state, and ,ti i'lIIlI flue his work"/ on (C iminul 1. (I tau .. in (commenting Bbhll plain which i is American, unlooped in origin, is 1'0'lort"tI0

can be twisted or tortured to discredit the and points bejond. Some two or three right vf tufftayc! all persons confuted of upon this subject, !la1llhahl: : ) lie testis : dral'l\ gaining in favor on the other side
hundred negroes from North Carolina and I bribery, pcrjuiy, larcu.y or of infamouscrime : to suchdep'avity
inquire !! '.
Sou'h' $ brought forward, end evidently<< the Virginia have also: Ll'cnt.t'urt'll: for the or who MiaU tiiake or become, directly { in the perpeiraturs (rl'll', :such u disposition (

purpoic; I is prevent any more defections! I Wajcross connexion. Contractors lire nt or indi'-ecily' interesti-tl in any l hit t or wager, to justice II' in the : coiffures arc veryfasbiun
work' :both ends and middle of this road : the result of which shall depend, violent EI.\nlll\t ftl
t heir ranks : on ; on any courts creates the close of hairdiossing -
fiom ,! danger; becoming more and as 1 prrat 1"liilIIJ'li".1 II.h', though style
: and its; to be pushed completion: with the election ; or who shall hcrealtir light a hi truthfulniHiintUr with,,' and remarks which admits of but little decora
more imminent every day, but it is too late U' host v'gor.' These iwo new inlets win' duel, or send or accept a challenge to tight!: that the diHlculty is in the tl'l of tion, I is in favor.
1 to scare them back. Our :Mr.: links, after f the greatly facilnute ;.he large stream of .'Rnlthl8 or who shall be, a second to oh.her pa'ty t or fie' test. In this: case: it is nl'pllalol, as growing

brilliant result of his eloquence in )11' 1I1', i is, epectod winter, and wIll also pToid: be the bearer of such challenge or acceptance he h'3'slatuie has fully determined it.lIlj OVR streets will probably present a checkered
visitors choice of router cnaVi y (hei.i to ; hut the legal disability( ; shall not accrue 'Sec"'on n: A 1'1 idle 8 of Chapter; 1M7, pla ll'lllnd clicss-bnanl effect in the
hilled!< a campaign in the sate: of )pro.tccs''tat'tvlwsoever
:' speaker sec! pon'ons: of our State IJ< bcno not acces until titer trial'. ami conv'evon' by due : keeps a house ot ill- early 1:11. on account of the "numbers of

tlst New York. lie will doubtless tell overaga'n' sible. font of law." \\ i'e icsor: o,l to for the puipose of plaid 1 III handkeichief suits that will be
his! escape from the would-be assassins< ; the The last: New York e-i'iner b oufht on n'IUlllllih' The P\1'POlI' and ciTfct: ofsec inn2:?, quoted; h'liol o1 ''ewi'icsi: shall he ll.u.ll. worn.1'uiNCKss.

foul seventy murders he I is cognizant of in of tools' went ut the mou li of -ie: hi.1 Johtis.: These any IdulIY fiom. voting! so long as lie has not 1 tg 'ie y'ea'- Inns con -i-ut'iig l the crlnie: I sacqiie dresses for lilllc people
St. Johns county; the torch of the incendiary three great *>ubl'c wo ks elett'onsixie; 'n a he-en. ri'sion-d o cvH' ,'i i ih-s. As'uii'ingiie ; ; mar 8.l't',"S luisdenic'iinor\;: which ale made with loose fronts covered with

which gave him die claim of $4,000 for s",!king' manner the j'ow5: : ig;; *..iK>itance of existence of the usual: ciiminal{ laws for the :, Illll'1 el'sou.I'Vy': lo(pc'INC in frol boioniing t Irks and insertion, whit' tiebacks! are half

Jfl insurance on his house and so-called\ lib-a- Florida, nod cm'on-aw; ! rl her inure progress and prosperity. the law III'I l }' safely say that no legislation: the' ci'ipos; the which flounce, also trillttI on the etlgo.I'NC.IHH .
At other fine he do t'OI\'ldlol
ry. any might some will be to gave the d'stjuahfy'iig' >
O her railroad ellterl} isca iirobably vvj's neces.sar" ? i ro- shall exclude due 'bring n leiuiem or
ham, but the people of the North, outside projected' during the pre-se.'i' win>cr. \car visions of this' It.tiol vital'ty. It enforced'tself /MI/I/ cvdraccthus I'l('!''Ol,auli hln! !; < lie meaning ladies: of fashion nil follow the
of the old puli'icu-ruligious clement, take b}' yea. the attention of capitalists' i is favorably pain from I the day i the constitution; of ( of;; the te"l infuintnij rimes, as used. in fn.hiol set by t the lrlll.t''. of Wales. They
directed to our State; as an crcellent Ib08 beca.ne theorganic law of Florida' any section 8 of the of The encircle their thrlt! lace, which they
little stock in Southern
very outrages. field for he piohtable inv2a niciit; of theIr' person theu-alter co.ivicteil of tiny ft'limy, by offences thus Iklh''atol are }iJhtr murder fasten at, the side with u slender brooch

It i is nut probable that all this stumping surplus( funds. He" cheap abundant and any ear.-I of competent j ji'risd'ction' ueuuit'disqualified pe-jurv, nllttl p'-acy' forgery I''il, lam reap, rob- (sometimes a lizard in diamonds) and 1

and political lying and misrepresentation: : fertile lands, her treat! vare-'y of proi't'c's, : to vole, if, prior to the t'I of her, urlO'I. sodomv or buggery," flower Illt.k blonde I is always worn by
eomparai've\ ; monopoly of 'oiial: fru'ts, such conviction, he was qualified ; 111, if : thl'1 drosses.SoMKof .
have much' effect. As a general thing the "'l! haH then, in this state a leg slatI e wih
ana her unrivaled climate are 'ic.ng une'er-' for any reason' he and: not up o the fine of of the which Infa-
rank and file of both parties will vote as they stood and appreciated, and must fun I yield! such conviction' becoi.ie 'llulh'll, it prevented 1'dal.lol s>a>ute c"IIH was einictcd ''nthcjeir18't" nr. : ) the new ('utOI arc : Ophelia, darkheliotrope'

have always done ; the independent\ vote is, then legitimate: : results in he shape' of large h',n from ever htt'nmil of Unless lIUS.), ami has ever since reina'ni-d' In tone.It { tt'l tc falsaii, pheasant red ; lapis
however, a large factor in the coming election and continual a'cession! to our pop\1Ia; (ion. )he should be restored to cavil; rights. ''s grnrrel,1111(1 P'-ov'd', 'la effect that apyperson false: l h 10 ; rouge de Vl.'nlsll, tawny red of,
shades
oMnetallic I
The net deride will vvi i ness the wonderful Had the trainers of the ('owtilutiol in of conies and u great number
and will be likely to go for Hancock. that : of ciimcshould rUI\.lctl'\ tie .le.l.iol.'t green, blue and olive ; while for eveningwear
strides that she is making towards eater t'I\lt'l a eUII\ciol slia'l: be exclthled from being' a ... ;
f Whether it does or not If\ the states which growth and greatness. \' a person fl'OII vii;log unless tl t'nim g'v'ng evidence either(;! pe o'i oc IUII by I arc shades of glances!!, ft bright marsh

VOle for Tildcn and reform
r vote for Hancock and peace he will be : and *ne npnemince' of the newcomers have' made no firs I'er !iuovls (bn on : he sub In any any couit or )l'.i"t a'h': jl''Y.W DIIKSSKH) for the evening have often the
:
ina'cate-s! tl-at t they will be most valu- thll i is conliiincd 1"I'C'OI 2. It would not otne'cdnics -ifa- .
elected by a handsome majority. The hopefulness ; save IIt'e" or any me habit jacket or cuirasso! bodice of
: ole additions.! Immigrants have been conning bier UII'CelSlry. Xu lungunge eoi'hl! "' nientioneil in H I bo racy fe'o foulard sutin l\rnClssc of different
spirit and enthusiasm are Ilea' ly in biisklv du'ing the entire summer more ( t or ( 1
: quite cieaily express Ills IltC'l.IHllllcl i p'es 0* W 11C'II\IOr. are so. H WI'! notenrc'eil color. One of the newest l the habit in-
and he mail of the bureau vvh'rh 's been their !
with the Democracy. only Jtl'lt t'e w-'h:' ppy exclusive ai>,li< a o-i 10! aprovs'on at the neck with col
located! :here, shows a )bea'Mivand gratif>inginc'ease that hi ttt'aul.i gone further : of o'ganic law, Cy'e.l :'o cryahlc. open square
alt of
Secretary Lvarts made a speech in he 'n"11 of with frilled edging
of that s'mll have l'Atlctc satl.
'n 'he number those who are l'I'vide tnelegislature I that ('! t thesc'ction ofthedeclarut'onof: I: h'squoted. lh
Academy of :Music: three hours long and it mai.i.ig Inquiries with u view of settling in crt nltl111 ('lac the iicce-ssary laws to ex- The pprticular objecti' I llicm'dd' square hasquos! ) at thoal1t and two lisse
of
buttons with fichu
or
was as empty and devoid of statesmanship Flo-Ida. duel' from and I f 1)111 t the right of of the 'sluure: when it was to 111'atct crepe
policy, ideas or character fs the inflated Rj'iablo +'nfounat'on from I'lllourc'e'l Sllnrl l" all persons' conv'ctcd' of bribery settle who 11 should testify enacting' canses! between: : muslin.AMOXO.

effort of a sophomore. When such a man is point 'o a bris c and lively season during the perjury, larceny or of infamous crime, or the State and 'ndividuiils I, or between one fall dresses recently lm*>orted is avery
reduced to retailing stale Joe Millers to getup upji-oaen'' w'nter' and with the )p-obuble dueling, or betting on election' 11\'lnJ person and another. In ( !IIIIt.,howeve handsome costume of bronze
a laugh, in place of reason and arguaient early advent of cold wcnthe". the hotels will themseUe's, in section 2, settled and dcc'd'iig what Ciimes'lac u convict on of covered with the most elaborate hand green cm-

Ada his: cause must be felt to be desperate. F. have no lack of guests. ingthclast< vv-in-; Hon as to j'/mitl. ,In fl.olol 4, in wVch should work iKsab'iity: to testify, it settled II cashmere and gilt beads: Theunderskirt
;her which ercent'onp'tmUd' all over nothing is ns Vlass,
was they for all purposes what are Infamous! crime's, Ii made with three narrow
t TIlE CAMPAIGN IN FLORIDA.MELROSK the country, but r IMle was done hv the Bon. address themselves to spcl'ilc crimes and direct us, !; to ..h. standard authorities, The tunic and sleeves kitl.lcatilp'
!aces until the c'ose of the hofiuays! and i the I.tilahlrlt: il and positive ILt'Cort'l this in aUlllec
( rlJt'S produce' tlihlityaro of the Jersey bodice is finished with a deep
ri. FfcA. October 4. v'sitmele.t' eaier t'M lips t-ieir laws ;
:, the' \n oee'ome lalluaJe.to llro\ le t'Xcl'dl jHsr- famous. border of dark marabout feather
On Thursday last, the day appointed} 1 for a usaa1' i,.acc Ice. 'tJvlcl'll of any of them holding The term "infamous crimes" as use in ( with gold. green
eamuaigu meeting at Melrose the citizens of It S }licco, ,ai'' ? mo c nnd mo e :>e cor.ec o.lice voting. From the specification of goe> t'ul of the !Hill of Rights 0,10'cd, and I tpped
the with their diffe'e it ou'" Lo/ 'e fit.", h'olu'1'evoi'd' : the nell in section 4, it I manifest le.
adjoining! counties ;( > opassa !I'lt in Section 4 of Article 14, cannot with any I A VERY stylish street costume Is made of
Democartio clubs from "Waldo, Banana, few wee s o 'j. o >'hs o:* each w'n-e; In' f hat < cOlivel.OI, upon li fll'l C'OIIsitleraHon reason be claimed' to !have different inc'inings. : plain black with the skirt entirely
it Hawthorne and )Melrose assembled in mass Flo.'ua.: Soc'e t' deiapnos ;n's' of\"ot.1les.' of fubjeei div'ded' that 1 conviction The 'ntanious' cr'nieV vvn'ch: the formed of Iltl.. The close-fitting bodiceis
meeting at ibis place with such zealous demonstrations anu soc'e: v i*, ','e-o'p'jle 'a' I "sa ges.! Hon. of the criml bribe.y, forgery or formor se-ction projtosej to regu'ate the j>roMcution I t trimmed I with jet and is fastened to the
of patriotism as have never Mr. :l.r, ol, 0: Wai' s eet and Mss' Mel'hll1- larceny or of any infamous "crime, whatever of ae certainly: I the same "infa skirt just below the hips. Over the seam
.i before been witnessed in this 'part of the sy of Fifth avenue, would bo M a ce* "' hundred and eighty-four Mounted exieit compromised if they f.'iled to comply be'tlngon elections, should create an ''ncapaeiy IICtul
State. Two pi'scs the ('onvictio-i of shall ( taineffect. sash of the satin, which is knotted loosely
I 1
In to the dubs with the renu'sit'o'H' of he ficitle. but to vote, whether ruder, t ie law they
men procession: hl'lollfi..ing ] a strange e rule Hint would ut the left side. The cuffs to the coat-sleeve
alone well ( drilled fast horses, stern, goddess: Fashion i should be felonies or not. Any other construction give to I: woullJe, other term in criminal urn very dt'allllhc collar of the nol
i any i
carrying beautiful banners, representing the Hence you will see )here hc) sate. dresses renders section 4, in so far as it relates law used in the same instrument( under tie Hume shape.Adtoss \ .
different clubs to which they belonged wIth' and e'amonds; that-nstjesl p.id glVe e.t l at to su Iragc, not only IHlertlllous such dillerent/ mean'ngs.' It
a brass band in attendance aIMIng inspiration Sa.aJoga; Long U' inch a-ut N'ewpo't last useless, but is.ontiuy to is an l'IT'IJltU'I"'H' tu term in crim'nal law and toe"difficulty"ofaeoncet"applicatlol' the Atlantic hoods are on every
'' to the splendor of the occasion and June anti July. The wen ell escape he under the ordinary rules construction. )It hal ,Thing They made. their debut on round
marching to ,perfect order escorted the piercing cold and the en "g blasts of 1 Hie'r} cannot bu assumed .hut this section was intended sui VO'l1 bv ou" legi.olatuee. t'al, then they invaded Jackeb. and now

speakers of the day to the place designated slur hers clinia e, level In a delicloi-s: d"y to mean nothing as to sullra for the meeting. There a speakers stand and balnivatmospi-e'e. 'eand10 back: in he f ban' section 2 means. mous cr'me;i"' not any particu'ur class of called after them COtUIC capueines 8.
lid been elected hi the shaded grove when spring to speculate In stocks and *o prepaefo 'he legislature, at its frt session under larceny but any and a:t lnrcnirt. No exception and without one of which) no French clegunto -
flags of different nations were unfurled to t he sUlIlme's round of at.'asernent. the constitution referred proceetleol| | to thll'lln is made by the salute, considers her wardrobe complete.
the b-ceze indicating the hospitable invita- Ma.jv invalids, who come early ,'or the car-y out the command o' the constitution nor oj any tl made. by the cunstl'atlut'! .. In English: women have not taken to them.
tion of our citizens to the people of all partsof benefit of the climate and to securecl'ij'iblehKa : Section 6 of Cnaptcr 1J5pro\'idl'as f,)'tows: f.1l. the special I exception made, as o itrtU The (capucincH meanwhile are made (in vicuna
the world to come and settle! amongst us, 'ions for the win'e' are pi 'l'wly inaO ig The following: .' IK.TSOHS I ..halllt larceny inhe section quo'etl from the and Surah In cashmere and
1mor cUIncl. ,
t while the star spangled banuer surmountedthe their appearance. Mai-v: find what they be entitled to vote : ll'gh's, indicates that the framors of Pekin, and In whie serge trimmed with
brilliant d'splay.' Being us.oe'l'b'etl. the seek and wih: ieturnii,, :health and rejuvenated J. 1'ersons under uar,1alslil! ; c'onsti: n'on regarded eve.iy< .;i la;lenyRtoAinfainous braid.
Secretary, Mr. G. 1'. Webb, opened the meet cons-rtions.! Idemthe day they I L Persons who i.llall( il"l:ie; crime, and consMered that the ez-
ing and Gen. Elias Fa-le was selected as: landed 1.1 Florda. Others, alas get ite'eso, nil }"I/' heitaj'.tr cui'ticte f ftlniiy, cc'pUon; was to it from the T't l'url. CflloOlent( of the LondonO'trcn ,
exempt
chairman.The much enfeebled. bv the disease, tnat a.tcr ape bribe,g, Injury, luceny, ur f'h-'iiijiiimiuicrime gel, al requ'rement necessary of the see'on\ tint iiltinout at Pi nan! the bathing dressos
general presided wIth' his: usual eligniij i i- l -ittl oralterna hope' and dejpmdeiicy. ; ,m'mej s'lou'd' be I b'indictnit this season are very remarkable, and thus
prosecuted
ami introduced the speakers in a shin t they succumb tu the lost enemy, and pass IV. Persons convicted of fighting a duelwitfi 'nt. describes three different on( worn by the
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extempore sj>cech of i.uch eloquence. Dr. away fa from the conn"an; ; >l faul'IiprscCics deadly ....t.lllns. or Hc-nding or noel' The eonc'uilon'ben: 1 is, even if the lei.- :U' lady : The material of the first was of
2 II. A. Voglebach then extended a cordial of home. lug a dla\1en\ llt a tlnc.' or of k.iovv-'- "a1 lire meant that no cOllvl'tiol: of la>cenj I soft shade of brown ; the cosaque and
greeting: in the name of t"e citizens to the i huly being the hearer challenge to a Cm.1'o iIK. unlc-is trousers were. trlmlll..1, with brownll'e tomatch
i. i t"ninense concourse MI l 1'is; own happy style. THE' wa for the Union was successfully ;; a duel with vveaj>oiis; or of tae hllulllrev1L pn.enlOI infamous .u.c. that all ; tlie i The ratifi'-at'on resolutions were read' by closed more than fifteen years ago. AH acceptance of such challenge ; larifiiiesure infa..ions crimes, and) therefore rl 11111"J'; red bows were studded amid
Capijtln: A. S. Mosely, then the great work classes of our l'co'le must share* alike in fie V. Tenttjns convicted of making, ti. becoming the convictiol by any compete.it court of Ihe f"tcuf 'lace on the bodice brown silk
of the day began.: (Jen. J. J. Fniley, that blessings; of the Union, and art equally concerned directly or imn're-etly interested l in a person of ""U/IY. prevents the person' )(: all brown sandaled shoes} worked
gJ".lIIt1l1ltl hero whom all good teen love a.lcl in its I Perpetuity| and in the projier any bet or wager the result' of which shall convicted) from: ur'(- 'he) shall have with red com pleted the "get up." I have
even bad ores respect, with his urbane and :! atlaiw. Wc are in di-pecid upon any el'tl'J; but this prohi&- been pardonexl, YOtllj 'o civil lights. I never seen silk stocking worn in the sea b
r courtly beir'ng took the and under the a state of prufuuudlpeace. henceforth let it tion shall ('ca" after the e'pirat'on t..1 am unable to see how any other conclusion fore. The second was of I 80f fine,
broad banner of Uelublical1merica., "reel. be our l'urpo to cultivate Hentiinents of years from the cOlmJSluluf the fence. can be arrived at. bug blue woolen material, was mad
ed by the heartfelt cheers of a thousand friendship, and not of animosity, among our We [Perceive that in an abundance of(au- A. con vie*:iou uf a person of larceny "by a with a whit waistcoat on which beautiful
tongues. Ohl 1 tl'ut was a time to wake he fellow citzens. Our material interests varied ftl the legislature has rep'utf bosom of every true patriot swell with joy, and progressive, demand our constant and tion of tin constitution as to Persons coiiicted junsd'ct'on under the provisions largu collarette was of the name- le. and
Genera Fin'.ev'a! siteecn was the most masterly united efforts. A sedulous and scrupulouscare \ of felony and jicrso'is under guardianship en-it'cd "An act to regulate Criminal :'lC) Venetian !joint was gathered as Olnco
exposition' of the theory and practical of the public credit, together with a and insane )tIJs. using the word befo e Justices of the.Pence," aj- round the edge of the trousers. The stocking
workings! of this government that I have wise ami economical management of our idiotic insteatl. of rain COHIJMH, J.II'is. As to ,. cet'llhs" 2, 1877, Is a fflectual .o 1'"J were blue silk i and the cup was ornamented -
i eve had the good fortune to listen >o, and governmental eipenditures: !, should be maintained persons convicted of IJrl' cr. l> erjiiry larceny -, duce the disability as a tolyic..iol: by a circuit l with white bilk noiupomt.. ,The third
should be printed and preserved as a State in order that allllt'l'SOnl! may be protected or infamous ciimes, legufatiiie( has) court acting within il juriw'ctuJ.'flc and lat was still more extraordinary. I
document.itiieral. in their rights to the fruits of their used the same wordy as tine constitution, language, in the u.l' was all white and cut like second one

( F;_i'ey was followed! by Captain own industry. The time has come to enjoy except that the word "o'Acr", i is Neither .. V. OIL1I"n Jl'owlll I liis the Louis XII. form, with a waistcoattrimtuesl
.,Tosco, of Middle Florida a gentleman too the substantial! benefits of reconciliation. As between "or' and) "infamous." the Yalk'nLurrh.Irr.Jall t of lace, and thee was gold
j ,f well known to need further introduction. one ieople: we have common Interests Let constitution nor the statute gave any direc Chapter 1GJ7, thus constituting the crime, lace edging on the trousers. The white silk

II U was long, able and eloquent. andwill us encourage the harmony and generous 'I tiuutotheleglilaturetolimitthedi. 1ualty (that of which King' was chafllJ under Dtockings were tmLroldeJwih gold, likewise
i speech( s effect great gout!. The Hon. rivalry among our own industries width I lug power to any particular grade of liutfiiy Our stitu'er a jr'"lleml.or} dO not t the IJJae( < rillts. Canabsurdity
II'. 1'. Ilishop} surpassed himself and charmed will revive our languishing merchant ma- Bribery or jic-rjury. Its language means kwon disqualify I }'IJl from becoming 1 '- and extravagant /oily b carried
[everybody.] Senator Wilkinson Call made rim, extend our commerce with foreign ) of any rwIe. tuck to i, it the plain Il_. is no-h ng more I ha t a statement that fu'lher?
tone of )his happiest: efforts, and dealt out nations, assist our merchants manufacturers meaning of the f tute. The insertion of our law has not given: t JIIJt'ICuun a a ,- .
logic and righteous indignation, with no and producers to develop our vast natural: the word "other assuming that it ran have dun the e"ect to di l'IUalf| ) 1..J fromIJcing .\MOM. the most remarkable productions
[tender mercv. Any man who had the for. resources and increase the lrOl'IOl'ri y of our effect at all' would L either to show that a w it new*. Scille. may remark, has of this age awl country b Hairs Hair Ite-
iia1'privik'e of hearing IlwhopX Call' ; people.Public. the I legislature of lf regardwl larceny as it given the effect us a clo-sn. Tie newer. Us lUt't I> ullllele. It i I*
an.1 Pa. ,.I's, denunciations o. the infamous i iwor..iu office is a trust : not a bouncy tx an infaiuous crime o4- that it intl'uoe1 that great malt felonies )han.no such e1I Pct sought after by rich and IIJ.r. low-
;,,s of lUdicali-iu that day, and their I btowed upon the holder, nu incuiniieteoto no larceny not amounting; to an Infalll." tciidng! u conviction. Had each of the of- young and -M. IiilutbitrnU) of foreign
[proofs of how terriblythe South has suf- dishonest per.umll'hould ever be intruded crime should have UM>U I vnvil"ifJ thereof Cl'nl'C inentioiicxl in the 1"iO.l referral to lands. South<'Vle \UJtrl u'u'olot'; ,
[crud from t-.1rpct-La.| : rule and could then with it. or if appointed they should] be the iualifyiiig effect. Taking the for as 'rjM-cif/ing the iiifaiiioiiii crime bee.i IUb and of AJer
vote any but a Democratic ticket, must: be a promptly ejected. The basis iff a butan-. : rater a.ul.tiln. Cl'll'lt U unnecessary sefuentlyMatte a misdemeanor, or lu..H.. at whatever cult It .I because it work like
l ,. eliWntte enemy to his (.'Huutn.J cal, practical civil service reform must!! Fist ) t. e that a larceny not >itled into inivJeiiiea'iors and feloiiicx., t IUII It restores the )hair to iU
,.J i l',,! 54.1 'a1!, of Gainesville made a short be established by the people in filling .,he amounting to an 'ufauious crime should( not conviet'on' of any grants r>f an/ o;t!>" ixvciHcd beauty, and rub approaching age

:'t stirring: .pet*'h, attracting;' the attention and elective: offices; ; if the fix a high; standard work I disqualification, the question then O.tICC,oul l stall have tae disqualify of one of lit disagreeable &"JI'lllt'rt
admiration of all present which closed the of qualification fur office and sternly! rtrje/'t arises, What are infamous ('rmt 11 Fl.#riifa"' 'iig t'lr.'t. VIU V,)kcI'ur.b. immediately If you are getting bald, tr I. you
.oratory( the day the corrupt and incompetent, the result: will 1'liis question it dii'u ". the ,t-ase ofKing uf er using the la_ are tttlug gray v, or if/' YO any disease
About two u cluckafter Captain l'ase'a decisive in governing the action of the vs Htat ((17 Fla., IW). Sects ic I of to, names lirtruy us 11 ii.fttutvu iriuie. of the seal!'. Try it 1 r you wish a .good Lair.
speech an iaiuieii..t> barbecue was iprewdout itervaut whom they intrust with jointing the 1 lartiull lU ht* jtroyiik-x thai iu I have tie honor to be. respectfully, dressing. Itwi'lnot! tlUappoiiit >ou.nich .-./

free *o ever}..body. Two thousand: pound: of |>owerf-W. H. HAKCOCK i-.>toji .haU w <.*'efo\ a capital or othei' (J o. J' lUscy A'Lorney-cJeue 1, )//I.J NfU'.
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11 GETTING VV STATUS. (l m: EllA1: I>IKICTOUY.: I tlRADFonn t"NTY. \-.issrssor- of Tares-Walter Maloney: Jr., In the (-'ounty of t St.Senatorial Joluns I for District a :Senator: I

When were stairs first thought of? Who Cl/lIIty.TIII1le-.J./ K. Hiehnrd, I'mvideiicc. Key Wc!
can tell I They were evidently preceded by United Mutes OflleerN. Clerk-Hcnrv F. York, Lake Uutlcr. Collector nf lincmte -Walter C. Maloney, On thc same of yladisin, eonstittttittg the

the ladder but to the ladder ; ; \ '. Tumblin. Starkc.Awtvtr : Jr., Key.Vest.. in thc ('olunty ; Setuttr'r to
; strange say, only LAND OFFICE, OUNKnVtLLK.: 1I'rffW. \ : Senatorial I.District for 1\ 1
-a figurative one-mentioned in the Hi- nf'UlItcr-I.; A. Barnes! Gainesville.Itecehcr nf Trrntcndentof&.hnols! -3. V. Harri", Key Tenth tile 0)c'aSiometl' : hy the resignation I

ble is that which held so prominent a place -John F. Rollins! Gainesville. Uutlcr. West.! fill 5&Tt) Eaganwlo: ) wits elected

In Jacob's dream, when he journeyed to Ha-[ Surveyor' *I tCHcrnl--}j. H.> Hall, Tallahassee.! Collector nf 't'C'/IIIc-\lfrC'tt !). Conc, Lake vmr! : county.UaulyJudyeIIinton Senator of far the! term of fur: Feat, lit the j
ran in search of n wife. How many youth Hutler.HiiiicrlntcndcHt. J. Baker, Feniandimi. lucid on Tuesday(
llectinn;
ful minds have wondered over that story ; DISTRICT COLIIT.: ; of Filiooh-(). 11 Harrison, trfiiiiiii Sfonday( of X'elllhcr, A. H.) t
first
how many little ones have pored-literally Judge/ -Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. Starke. Clirk-C. W. Maxwell, rernaiidina. after\ the r.

pawed-over the print in the family Bible ,Jrlf/wl-.J. H. Durkee, ,J u'k!
of the angel hosts, ascending and descending. ClerkPhilipVnlter, Jacksonville.! County Judge/ -A. Whitlock, City Point. .U.c.sor( of 1'a.rI'B-'III. H. narlanll'r- Eighteenth, the!! senatorial! District:I firs :Senator.

without in any way disturbing: tho sleeper INTFUNM KEVFMK Clerk-A. A. Stewart, TitimilleT naiiilina.Collidor. fill the varatmey m ; t by I the resignation

who had so hard p pillow. How bright the bllcctllr-Vcnnls Eugan: Jacksonville.CT ..(,r "I T
angel faces seemed to us in those! early days, ( llnennc, M.[ Platt, Lake Jes nandina.ftitpcrintcntlcnt. Senator for thc 'teruu of four yemtra I, at
( .KTOIW OF ( STaM 4. .
and how longed to t the nilst first Tuesday
we peer through of School.-N'.1 SLihoney, 1 held on the
', Orange 1
t ty veil that hid the topmost round in lleal'n. \'- John \\". Howell, Fcrn.indinn. sup hHiMrintciulrnt; ; County.nf School*Alexander Tin- Callahan. the General alter t 1 h1ti'l'tt'! tt', Monday( ; l of. Xo\'Clllhl'r, A.I .

The first mention of stairs in the Bible l Edward:, Hopkins, Jacksonville.John mall, Lake View. o11.tNaEl'ouxtY.(

is in the account of Solomon's Temple, F. House! St. Augustine County/ .T'I/lgr-H.' L. Summerlin:; Orlando.LW ), 1P7K: f Taylor and 1 Lafan-ttc,
where winding stairs (which shows nn advanced J. M. Currie, Cedar Key.State Cl.\Y COVXTY. J. P. Orlando. In the l'onnlhl'1' Senatorial }District)i
( Hughey, / t'
stage of stair ,nil liobr) are spokenof. County fntlgfi'in. feeler, Green} Cove bhrriff( Thomas'tV.Shitue! : Port lie.id. const for t't I Senator tI to fill the vacancy occasioned( i

Later they .were frequently) brought into Officers.EFCCTIVn Springs.ClirL\ ...Mr."r of Tare*John C. ISryson, Haw, by n tIle death of I K. M. McAuley:\ who
notice, and are last! mentioned in the (time : -O. A. Ituddington, Green! Cove kinsville. : Senator. for tI.I'C. term of, four
eleeted
of the apostles! !' when Paul stood un the ",.:1'\nnllNT.: Springs. was : held the
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\ Collector of llciennc-Nat. PovnU, Orlando.NiiHeriittendfut the General Election" I on
stairs," in Jerusalem, and told of his!' marvelous rOl'"wr-h'or F. Drew, Tallaha.sse-c.: Mir/! =James ,,'. HeWitt) Green Cove nf SdHHJ1.f-JtJ1I;! T. flecks: years first, 'fue at-l ay after! the I first Monday r : of' >o- ),

conversation Paul's history! will 1'n'liltnt; pro (cots tf SnILleD.. Itarncs, Springs.Awwr\ Tort Hcid.: .\ n J lS7 )
never he forgotten, but of the stairs!' on which Tallahassee.Nuntmy of! Tnfff-Win. Conway, KingslcyCullrctor T.\YJ.OIt C-OfNTY. \"lIIlll'r. ; of;' iftllsborouugli, constituting ( -
he stood we know little or nothing. Will nf StlteV.. Hlovham, Tallahassee. ltcirnue'in.. S. riumnier! I In t the ('aunty District a
Senatorial '
m I ('Olll"f/.J"I/I'-}). N. 'ox, Terry. the Thirtieth :; :
not of stair Maxville.Ysirrrincurlent. [ i/th
some one give us a history : occasioned I !
: ; .',' ,iuh M. 1'I'. ; ..sif(( Thomas' from Solomon's Temple down to our own (.1J1l1pf"lI/'r-Cllll1l11ll11-J: Drc-vy) Tallahassee.TnniHitr nf ('/" Geiger!:: of lion..1.'F. Leslie: who was: \
,} day ? It would bo l Tallahassee. ( 'frrk-Jhn :SI. Faulker Perry. resignation
entertaining. -Walter (Gwynn Middlelnirg. at
very I'! \'anmm ,I Senator t for the I term of four years,
S"/w/lIf,1c1l1 of S Does!' it ever occur to one that the stairs by .Wmu'y-aCllcr"l-n'or t' 1". honeys\ Tallahassee. (OI.UMBIl l'OiTY.0)1If.JIII1lr'V. : General Election: held, on the I first Tucs.till' -
S. Sutton, Peny.dntnt '
which he, daily mounts to the !'l''craltoril'!'! Om/lfylhI./I/"cr-H. '
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/ l M. he's, Jr., Lake City.Clerk of November, A.And
I,). of his dwelling are not all that, he could des (,hl/,,";.. 'J1ICI' of Land*-Hugh .\. Coilcv, '-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. / !) 8/11..t'f/J/-J/ Ilct'ruuc-Julut 1) N. Cox, Perry.Collator Calhoun. day after the lim'st Monday' :m mI.1

t sire ? That the rise i is!' too rapid thetrcul'itoo 'fallaIHl !'('e. of C/ (STS. of
Mrrigr(( J. W. }'I'rrLakt' City. ; :' in each of the respective .roullhl'
Perry.As :
narrow, or that the space' sit apart for themis SUl'l'I'illfcl/Ilcllt'if 1'iilillc lii'tnution-" I'. .t/I.$II1' of. Titre.-i.\ W. llivers: lake 1iIU--'III. H. Parker : General Election for its constitutional
convent- '**"inr f Perry.ST. the :State n "
: too contracted for comfort and Ilaislcy! Tallahassee. City. of members of the GeneralAssembly

once? If not, he is easily! suited! or the .,Ailjutttnt'dcneuil/ Diekison I> : Tallahassee Collator nf 7 lrI'BTIItI"l.V.. Get/en, Lake JOHN'S emxTY.County number wit

flairs in his home: are exceptionally good City Jml'jf-SI. II. Cooper, St. Augustine. Eseainhia, to : three m'Y\,

Many persons' in building, take pains!' to Coinniiiiioncr; of foil Ill f(rirliun-Ir; ) Seth S"/II'I'i/lt',1/lt nSrhnnlrTlilI)5POtsdatimer. : ]tarot county two; 1

hide the stairs from observation! ; this!' must French, Jacksonville. Lake City. Clerk'-Hartolo F. Oll\'<,rol.. St. Augustine.s.m Santa county two ; '

be f1'OlllllOllle: mistaken notion. I can conceive HU'KFVIE 1 COlllT. rv\i.> (',('XTY. (#-A. N. Paccttl, St. Augustine. Walton county ; .\
Holmes one
}(
county ;
of an unwillingness! to nn ordinary ... .\ L. Dunham t.A t. I''
expose \ l\i\\t\
A n"iirofTtiret- \
( Randall Jacksonville. A. :McLean Jack j,
Chief Jt.thy-l r:. M. : County .JlcfucWill Washington\ county one;
but that
/flight of :stairs to view ; an ar- 1II'41 1ll'.
..lsorirttCJustircJVcstcatt; ; TlIl1l\hal'l. sonville.
jr., Franklin county one;
,
be made
hitectural feature which at-
can 100 Colliitnr frl't'lHu-Jo"l'ph F. Llambias,
Uft'l'k-Tholllas Ituckman: .J ack! see. Calhoun county one;
tractive( should<<1 be neglected or hid away A..nc"feTux1cr-U.; ; 15. Van Valkenburg, .hc/Jf-Uriah// Uowde-n, Jacksonville.Awior St. Augustine.Snittrliittnilfiit. Jackson county three; -_ +
from sight I is to me incomprehensible. The Thomas .\. Pacctti
; nf firhftols/ -
I i Jacksonville.Chik! I of Ttuct-]Daniel) 1'. Smith Jack- Liberty county one;
Swiss their stairs the exterior of their
put : on :St.: Augustine.
- cottages which in thisnjriirc!' made '
verypicturesque
1
nf lel'cllue-1Jcnry A. L'I'ngle, STMTF.U: e-ol\NTY. three
: for they come in well with the JllK.IS.f'lift ; GacNden! county ;

broad caves, low roofs and wide, galleries on ; C/'cuit-AuJ.uoIlni; : I.!. Maxwell( Ten- Jacksonville. tfihool Albert J. Iu: County Jmulye-I Henry 8.('m'!< tly, Lccsburg.CluL I. 'Olll'OUllh'' four;
; *- four
hnjiiriiitiiiilriil nf =Tho'm.is Jefferson
J. Ivcy, Lccsburg.Sheriff county ;
every !stoic of the structure, but the privacyof sac'ol a. ,
sell Jaekololl! ville, ; j. :S. I Dye) lies, Ijcesbiirg.AfKfior Sladison( county three;
the house! i is in a measure destroyed! and Sccullcl J rellt-Havi,1; S. Walker, TlIlIahaJ.sce. :
of Tnjrex-Joseph! IIntel insuu, Taylor county one; .
in u climate like our own, subject: to great 1IVMU.TOV COf.NTY. :,
extremes:, there is: nothing in such: an arrangement I Third Cm-nit; -1':. J. Vann Madison.; 0/1lllfy.Jufu-H<,nry J. :Stewart; Jasper. Lcesburg.Colltttor! Hamilton county two; .

that we can adopt.I I Fourth Circuit-II. 15. Arciiibald i, Jackson! Cli'i/'-Robert S. :Stewart; Jasper.' of Rc/'cllIlr-John. Dyehe-s: Suwannee county two;

have said that stairs can he made an attractive I ville. 'ih'flf-.Jallll'( )I. Diineun, Ja! in house architect Games- T. ( 'ool'r.llI'rUIII.. ; of Sthooh-II. II. Duncan, ('oltlrllbill'Ollllty three;
feature a Every Fifth (;,.cllit-Jallll's \B.\ Dawkins, of T'ifif-J. \
knows this ; but no man can build a !flight ville. Collictnr nf I"C/II/-J. 1'. It. Goodbread: Take (Griflin. Alachua county four; .

that will bo comfortable, or even safe, in a. Sixth C'-rclIt-I1. Mitchell: Tampa.Siieiith Ilentnit. Col'umbia ('OUllt\.. PtWXXLK: : : C-OfNTY. Levy county two;;

cramped narrow hall. Stairs!' are exacting C'rrllitArchl'r Cocke-, Sanord. .S'ii/w'rlittemleitt of,S'(limits:-Joshua II. Uob-: nlwlJudejchad: ( .\. Clouts, Live Hnidford; county t\\O;

in their demands, and if those! demandsare !' crts, .\IIcru III. Oak. ( 'lay county one; :,

not complied: with, we !shall be reminded<< 1 ''Court Calendar.TIIIUDCIHCtlT. lItn-i.\NIH: ) l'm'-iTV.: Clerk-Robe.it: : A. Reiil, Live Oak. Nassau I taker county one two; I '
of the neglect! time we use! them. We Oak..t..I.II..or < county ; )y
; every S'/rriff-.John R. Sessions! Live .
L. 1'ricrson Brook
W. four
: County/ Jittt/je Duval) county ;
nutkl'-shin If inclined to do
resort to (
may nf 1i.rC'II-\\. II. SessinusVcl: : -
; in other r of the house! but we can K.: J. Vann, Judge ; "'11I. II. Taylor, State's v ilh'. born. St. Johns county' two,; 'I' ;
i.not Clttk J. 0. Law. ltrouksvillcShrrir .
: Volusia: county one :
our the stairs with and Attorney. ; ;
anything
put 1' Allison
Collector /C'I'r/llle-Hohert
I : ,
:( j. II. stickler( Itrooksville.Aviator Orange county, two
;
I
Tt'rm-
'
"It will do, anal no coaxing will bring spring Live Oak. }.
p'p'0)n 111-eontriveil or badly arranged; flight of Taylor, lid Monday( in April. ( of Tan''-\\ M[, Jairson( Urooksville. Sinn'rtntfitilent nf ftihnvh-J. 0. C. Jones, Putnam county two; .

stairs: into use on any possible! terms. A Madison( 5d; Slonday( \ in .\pril. Live Oak. Marion county two;
Hamilton 4th : [ in Collator of Ut''eillteI'1.. Tow use! 'ml.Hrooksville. Sunder county two; y
j good run I is what every flight of stairs re- Monday April.uwal1lll'c "of.rflr.C'ol'XTY.. \
: .
If the i is not then 1st Monday after .Ith Monday Hcrnando( county two;
quires. run long enough, ,
we must Increase the height of tho raiders, in April.' tfujitrintcitdent; of &hauls-Dr. S. :Stringer, County Juil jc-lfrviI.. LaPcnolierc, Bitten llillsboroUjTh county two;

it has reached certain Columbia 2d Monday after 4th Monday Urooksville.: ''rise. Polk county one;
and the rise, after << a .
{'lak-.Tohn 1Ikkins, lmterprise.Shah : .
(
Slanatee one
county
point, becomes: trying, then diflicult.and at in April. ]IIII>imii; >ri.lI CorNTY. ;
+ 3d after Itli in Vf.A. Cone. Enterprise. Dade county one;
last dangerous. Lafayette, Monday Monday County/ .Idtfr-II. L. Crane: Tampa.Clnk \ Awsmr of Tuns-Ileiijainm Rielianlson: lIrevar.ll'ounty. one;
a In many houses: in almost all cheap April. -\\ UI. C. Urown, Tamiia.Slier l,,nterprise.Cullrrlur .
m houses, tho rise is: eight( inches. Even; the boil, 7ernt'raylnr -I). 1-Mic Craft, Tutu oa.l. It'l'rlille-John Jordan, De- Slonroe( county two.
of will held
the there be
And
on same day
back !stairs should not have a more rapid rise ad Monday( in October. .l t.. r..wr ct}' Titres-L. 0. Leslie\ Tampa. Lli ind. ;
and for tho principal stairs this is: wholly Madison: 3d Mnnclav( in October. CIIUt'l.t"I' of Ut''c'"ur-\V. F. Hurts, Tampa.Hiilniiiittn in each county of the :state a nClIl'ral1':1e-: :
Siliotih, Jamc-s H. Chandler
XiilHiiiitcn nf : tion for Constables each allowed
: county being
( inadmissible. The other extreme, a fault Hamilton, 4thOlllay\( in October.Suwannee leHt of SrI."lI1. L. Crane, .
not often admitted, is to have the rise. too :; 1st Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. llntei prise.' and entitled I 1 to one Constable for ...... .
in October. W.Kl'I.L.l'ol'NTY.. every two hundred rt'glMtcrcti'otl'ri in the ,.
S
low. Anything!, below six inches! is'almostas : J EI'FEn"nN. f
trying!, as the other extreme but it is not Columbia, ad :Monday nfter4th Monday ( ('hitncrIontlccllo.: County: J"l/! '-''-\\:. T. Duval.Crawfonlville.Sfw. c'otllih"have;; ['('(Jl' drd, lioueier, that no county
.buutJnidye'-A. shall than twelve Constables
so dangerous.: The most satisfactory rise is: October. H. Walker, (Cniwfonlvillc.Clerk more ; yet
3d :\1nc1at't'r 4th in SheriO-'m./,) : 7.. llailey, Slonticello.C'trfW. that each county !shall be entitled to at least
six and a half inches, and from that, if Lafayette, : Monday -Nat. Walker, ('rnwlurdville.Snperimdenrrrat .
H. Uiiuar, Slonticello.Huiiti ( two October.
L.
r/I'HJl.t-.John Crawford
inches with-
crowded to of
-
we may go on seven Christie (
"inteinltiit of /lOol.-J. U. .
; out drawing attention to the tread ; but Kot'KTH C'lItl'l'IT.Jt. !, Craw fordville. voters.WmitEvs

above dint i>oint tho rise!! begins; : to fatigue( Archibald, Judge; ; Samuel Y. ;Flnll'tatc'rJ .\', Slonticello.1'rc'/li/urcr--* .1.'mV. Simmons, County 1'rtllmrtr'f. Duval, CrawfordCollector : the Legislature of the :State; of
County Florida, of A. I). 1x77. did determine by a
i us. A rise of six and! a half inches requiresa :; Attorney.Fjirtnff cl:1l0.: ,'lIIc: ,
)((011 I
vote ut'a majority all the members electedto
fourteen inches' and for Rerrnue-W.ILWulker'raw-
of
at least ; Term- of
/
Collector of 1'r't'emre-Joseph Palmer Sfon-
each of the houses thereof that it is
: necessary -
inches tread of inches fonlville.
of nine
one eighteen : St. John's. 3d Tuesday in :March.

will suffice. But I can not believe that anyone Clay, 4th Tuesday in March.Hradford. ( ticello.Anftssor. of Tiuit-J. I'. Grantliam, Slontlcellc. Aitcmirof Taxes-Geo. .F. Register, Craw- to cause! a revision of the entire
Constitution of said State and did enter
would rise of that in furdville. ,
put a height my 1st Tuesday: in April. ..
t ,Iwdlin One might as well resort to a ladder Baker, ad Tuesday .. --- _-- -- -- such determination upon their respectivejouruais I ,
LVFVM'TTE COUMY.:
and indeed, a rise of this: kind would be Nassau! 3d Tuesday l in April.., 1''Klit.I,'(>rfhil'lIu'nfN.NO'l'IC with the yeas and nays thereon! .I,
Dixon New and did refer the to the'Legislaturethen
but little better that such contrivance to Duval, :3d Tuesday in May. Count'Judijc-W. J. Troy. same
reach tho'chamber floor. Whether the risersare Fall 1'erm- Slterij)-J. J. Johnson, New Troy. next to be chosen! ; and whereas! the .'
Clerk Howell Hawkins, New Troy. } 01' KLIX'TIOX.To Legislature of !said State: then next chosen \.
high 'or low, they must nil bo of a uniform St. John's 3d Tuesday in September ,
from this ruleis tfjnrinlen hcight.n departure in .
Clay, 4th Tuesday<< Sl'ph'lIIhl'r.Brudforll
,
always attended. with mischievous results.! 1st Tuesday: in October Troy.L'a.umty: all tmil singular the Sheriff's of the State off'lurida majority all the members: elected toeaeh 1/

Tie inches
If all the risers in a flight ure seven Baker ad Tuesday in October.'
with one exception' and that one is either Nassau, Tuesday in Octobers Collector of Jltienue Newton Supp, New KNOW YE, that I, W. J>. LtLOXHASI, Secretary ; and whereas, the Legislature of 1H7U did, ;
of State of the State of Florida do by resolution i
: duly passi-d.reconimeiidtothe!
MX or eight inches: high, every person whopasses Duval 3d Tuesday November.. Troy.Asueiuor 1,;
all and the Sheriff's of
singular electors
down will lit that stair. No of Tares-W.. Cottrell, NewTroy. hereby notify of the t next election for the membersof 1
or trip !
up! Kirrii ciKeuir. the several Counties of the :State:; of Florida, the I. '
Legislature to"ute for
or against ,,
matter !how often he goes up-or clown he will a J
always trip at that point. James!'! B. Dawkins Judge ; W. A. Hoeker, LEON 'OlXT\ that (\>nn'ntionllId did therein provide and di- "
Solicitor. A (;"'II(>rlll Election rest that the Secretary of State should inc' '
Stairs, to effective\ should bo wide be- County Judije-II. C. Rippey, Tallahassee. orl -
o 'ring TirmSumter l pN orate, with the notice of the General laces'
tween the wall and rail, with one or two Hats. Sheriff-.1. :Sloseley Tallahassee.Clerk I 1
or landings; and in no instance should they ad Monday in March. -('. .\. Bryan, Tallahassee. Will be held in each County in Florida, tion to be held in the year 1S80, a notice ofsuch

be disfigured by the introduction of inders. Marion, 3d Monday in March.Alaehua Superintendent nf....'lOolJ lenry( N. Felkel! fl't'oIllIJlCntlalioll'llh proper' instructions -

The rail must: bo heavy, the balusters some 1st Momfay utter 4th Monday in Tallahassee I ON TUESDAY NEXT; SUCCEEDING) ( as to the mode of compliance with

t thing more than "dipper handles," and at March.Ixvy( 1'm/llllrer-J. L. Demilly. Tallahassee.! FIRST MONDAY IN NOVESI-: ( such recommendation;

the foot let there be u newel, on which the I 311 Monday after 4th Monday( in Colltctorof Reeerute-l'. C. Pearce, Talla HUH, A. D. I!*&>. -You-, therefore, notice of such recommendation
:Mardi is: hereby! given, and the following instructions ,
architect may display: his taste and skill. It I hassee.l "
need not be elaborated. but it is n conspicuous Putnam, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in fswr f/ 1'tl.ltl-n. A. Shine, Tallahassee. The said! Tuesday!! being: the second clay ofsaid of : are h'rloJyriven/ as to the mode 'I \6 r

object and should have something more March. November, compliance'with such recommendation: '
to recommend to our notice than the cheap( Full 7eraSamter- LEVY COl'NTY. 1st. Any elector desiring to vote at such t
and Lieutenant Governor
4th Monday in October. For a Governor election! in favor of such 1 .
l'lInvcntl.IUlohall
and stereotyiH'd forms! which may be boughtat Marion hot after 4th Monday in C'u'lIIty.Jut/t1e-' "". II. :Sebring, Uronson; of the :State: of Florida, and for Four Electors nave written a !
Monday or printed the
on ballot
the turners by the hundred. Clnk'-J. M(. Harco Hronson.Shtriff ; of President( and Vice-President of the Inch the same
It is pleasant to mount stairs properly October. on lIalll'ri of t he i erson or persons
P .
\V. 1.'illlavlOtlll.. ron: planned, especially if they are all well lighted Alaehua, Monday[ after 4th Monday in J..wi.(cir of 7'i.r<',-J. SI. Willis, Ilrunsun. For one Representative; of the First CongresMonal tion voted for written for any office or offices at said elec /

and \'l'lItilatl'll.111 if on tho first; landing October. Collector of Rt"tlwe-Jolan C. SIcGrew, District of Florida in the Fortysevthth side are or printed, and on the same
after 4th in thereof
Levy 1st Monday Monday as such names are written
contrive or
the architect cue a Lalle'ply recessed Hronson! Congress: of the United Mates ;
and provided with scuts 'beneath the November IShnn.l'i printed, and not on the other! tI<, the word
Scl/1)IJ08.
of the Second
Superintendent( of For one Representative
\ For "
Putnam ad Tuesday after 1st Monday in / a Convention and
wide windows, he will, by set doing, add Hronson. Congressional District of Florida in theFortyseventh ; any elector desiring -
to
another charm to the house. Here those December. MiPisox cauNTY.LtudjJue1 Congress of the United states. vote against such u Convention, shall!
who l&ll'al1cl'llln'l'al'S and who find it SEVE.NTII CIKUIT have written or printed on such ballot, on
are Sladi And on the same day a General Election
( / _R. SI. Withcrspoon, the side
difficult to climb the \whole flight at a time, William Archer CockcJu.i c; .\. St. Clair- will be held thereof above prescribed, the words
\ "
may rest awhile and sit; and chat. Here the Abrams, State Attorney.. son..r/lfriff-T. H. Willard, Sladison.Clerl In the County of llscambia for a Senator "Against NOTE. a Convention
-Nothing herein is
little OUCH love to puu.se in their passage Sprint Terar-- -John ,)[. Heggs, SladisonSu from the First ::senatorial>i trict ; vent elector who intended to pre-

up mid down, and here (lowers. growing in Volusia[ 1st Monday in May, terintendent of &/tool1-:, S. Tj ner, In the County of Jackson for a Senator or against any a Convention may but desire to vote for

u Jardiniere in front of the window, may Urevard, ail Monday in May( Sladison.( / from the Third Senatorial trict ; to vote fur may not intend

vend their fragrance through the house.tmerk.1I6..frrlint. .- Orange, 3d Monday in May. County Treasurer-S. :S. Smith, Sladison.Colltctor 'In the Counties of Calhoun and Franklin voting on the any Convention person for any office, from

.- ._- Dade, ad Monday in June. of liftenue-SI. II. Warring, Mad f+r a Senator from the Fifth\ Senatorial Dis- elector( is to be ermitted to question vote more, but than no

I in NOT doubt the discriminating justiceof Fall TersmVoltsia,1st- ison. trict ; one ballot on the plea of voting for both
in November Counties of and Wakulla[ persons -
Monday the Liberty
the and their for intelligent Assenor of Tuxes-H. Wadsworth: Slad In for offices and for
people capacity or
against Conven
a
]Hrevard, ad Monday in Nov'ember. ison. fora Senator from the Seventh Senatorial tion.
self-government, and therefore do not Only one ballot should be received
3d in
November
doubt the success! of the Democratic ticket Orange, Monday MVNVTEE CVINTY. District ; from each elector at such election:
Dade ad in December. of Jefferson for Senator
Monday In the County a
Its success,would bury beyond<< resurrection County Judge-E. SI. Graham, Slanatee. from the Ninth Senatorial District 2d. The votes cast on this question "hall
the sectional and hatreds which ; he canvassed and ,
jealousies CIC'rl'-H.ohert S. Griffith, Slanatee. the of Hamilton for a Senator declaration and return
have lII) long been the chief stock in trade of County OIlieerM.ALVCHUA Sheriff Win. C. Havman, line evel. I from In the County Eleventh Senatorial District ; thereof shall be made by the Inspectors, and I

pestiferous demagogues, and in no other tXH'MV, Assessor of 1'cutl-\rm F. Parrish, Far- : In the County Aloehuu for a Senator by County Call\'aNling B oani' and the State I ,
clot this be so ctl 'Ctuaih"nN'OlIIl'lbhl'tl. I Canvassing loam.in the
way risk same manner and .
Thirteenth Senatorial District .J-
Gaines-
JulgJunlu C. Gardner from the ;
It would' restore harmony and good feeling Cbunty Collector of Rf'I't'lIur-larion G. triton, I In the of Bradford for a Senator at the same times as votes: rest for persons r-- ,
ville.VlerL. County
between all the sections and make ns in fact tine Level for offices at said election andiiSIsvatof1Lu'caiwi .
Fifteenth Senatorial District required Ly
J. A, Carlisle Gainesville. from the ;
i :- ,
as well as,in name one people. The only SheriffJohn W. Turner, Gainesville. Superintendent of Schools Felix( J. Seward, In the County of Putnam for Senator ;! allli returmel. r
would be in the for the
rivalry of material the elevation .4'.v&or of Taxtt-J, M. Dell, Gainesville, Pine Level. from the Seventeenth Senatorial District ; law requiring them l : called. to slid ;,
development prosperity, to
cause
MABION C'OVMY.County a noire of
for
of Marion a Senator
Gaines-
CUtectof of llt''e'uu-O, Thomas, In the County election
of human to be
labor the of (
enlargement ; published in
[. Stclntosh Ocala. Senatorial District a
)
ville. Judtje-J. from the Nineteenth newspaper
\ 1
religion rights, the, liberty promotion, order education, and all that, morality would, Siijteriiiieiukut of. ."W.'hool-O. A, Myers, ,1C'TI'-l1. W. Long Ocala In the Counties of Dade and Urevard fora he printed county in the; and county if tb'ere if there be ? be, a paper in ,1 4;
Oeala.Ainrtsor Senatorial pub-
Gainesville. Sheriff-\\). 1'ooser, Senator from the Twenty-first ,
tend to make us the foremost nation of the of 1'ucI-Thoma.s Harco, Cotton District hshed in the county,they shall caused at l least s
earth in the grand march of human lliKEH l'OUNT\ ; live copies of this notice to be
I'' 1'1"0gre Plant. In the County of Sumter for a Sl'natorfrot' posted: in the J
"'ILLIAM II. EXGLIRH, 1uu/yJUt"J-Jno. H. lIern<1lmHanltt'roon., most public places in the
It'rtlutr-t'ft'tlt'riek N. Senatorial>i tri.t county.
Collector of Foy, the Twenty-third ;
('IC'TIJ.. Tons, Sanderson. Is TKTIMOXY WHEKEOK i
-- -- --
Oe-ala. In the County of Walton for a Senator have hereunto ;I
IN broiling a beefsteak, whenever the coals: Sheriff--J. Williams, Sanderson.AtttJuvr \ set hand
mvr and!
C. ) Senatorial District i have (,
Schools U. Martin : ere.attixei -
SuiierinttiideiU of from the Tventy-fifth ,
of tine Tote ":. G. ilogerson San: unto
blaze up from the drippings, a pinch of *- Fort SleCoy. In the Counties of Polk and Manatee foru the Great Seal <* the
salt thrown upon themViii instantly extin derson, State of Florida. at Tallahasse
guish the flames. My carefully attending to OJltctor' of Ketrnue-Hiehard Kennedy, i MONEOE CX rXTY.CouiJy Senator from the Twenty-seventh Senatorial (u_".) the Capital l, this the fourth or
.
this matter you may have your broiled I' Darbyville.XuitrinteiiikHtofSchoul. ( Judge-Chas. J, Baron, Key West, I District ; ofolusia fur a Senator \Uglbt, A. I). lm\at). day

steak or chicken crisp. but not I scorched,und *-\\'. 0.1 Hampton, I' C'Zcrii-John Sitcber Key West, I In the County Senatorial District W D. HLOXHAM,
Richard Key West. tram the Twenty-ninth ; 5c-td
juicy, yet well done. Olustee, Sheriff{ Curry, Secretary of State



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I 11 THE FLORIDA MlllllOH[ : OOTOBKll 9.

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.lonicuLT1'it.lf, l'OilO.I'I'U: l'1I1'".:n 'mMi: -foil: crack-
,_ Real 1Oi.n.:! ... DRY GOODS AT SEW YORK PRICES ers enough to make two toaciipvful of fine%
-- --- crumbs. Melt half a t(' I'111rllof\ ,hnltl'r.
; TIn : in wheat for 1-\1\0:\ \ in the the ;
acreage mix with crumbs thoroughly.: thin
0 u SAMI: 'I'llII"OI"'I.U i)itv oons IIcnSIcU': :
AT ).
\ .
Vnited States rl'luh'llOuo.llIo. ,
'I 1\ two pine-tipples. Mutter a )pudding dish and
the in cracker and the sugared: slices In lay:
Tm .sale!! of cattle in Texas:' during put
\: reaches 7WtlOlK. The cotton ers. The crackers: should make the lost" layer. : -

+4.11.'f. ...t................. ....................... .........+++rI _:J. & T. YDD.--: irop present.'ar will, it is I tluiught) proximate liH.iHH: ) Pour over half: teacupful of water:
++ bales cover with a dish and bake: slowly one hour
I i '. : 110'1'1.:1.: --- ( and a half. Remove the cover just before it
IUSIU\ln.J.:
1 *..1 n 1 viMsiiEs! may: be grown in a cry few days is: done) and: brown the top.

it,.............. ..,...... ...............................,..,4+ DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, by water the for following twenty-four method hour: Soak, then the put seed in in a n\\'t\\> ( 'IITMBKR.\ -Peel and cut n large

\O''IOXS.xu. .'.\.X. ("" (iOOI>S.rilHE bug and'\ expose\ it to the sun, and t they willcommence cucumber into six or eight H'gllll'lItll'lIth.);
:'Jk Situated:: directly on the Railroad to germinate the same day. wise ; immerse for a quarter i>f tin hour !ill a

,' : .... : ................................... t LAROEST:\ AND 11EST:: STOCK TO t SELECT FROM, AT PRICES:: WHICH( TIIK FIRST COTTON is AMKUICA.-The fir! t pint of salt of has cold: ,been water}put, in; drain which and tea'poonfnl remove the

T lx XK: o1'1 THE f fI X CANNOT UK UNDERSOLD.Large : at the cultivation of cotton by the into with a wf
seeds
cupful
,-.V....... ............ ', attempt \ : ; put) a stcwpan
: : shipments: of .\1.1.XU WIXTHIt: GOODS rl'rl'i'l'tl"l'l'1d Europeans: \ was made in Virginia about theyear stock, a I finely chopped :shallot, halt i\ ten.
I HEALTHIEST; PARTS:! OF FLORIDA |! Wholesale and Retail. Orders by mail receive prompt attention. 1021.( : From this small beginning' ; In spoonful of brown sugar, good; sprinkle of

" '. ++ '"''''......... ............................. ............++++ tt.f1- N.1:. Cor. Centre and Third Virginia the cultivation of cotton has become white pepper half a teaopoonful\ of vinegar.
,
i I New York Otlieo, J t ... *.. ,,,. icvikit 1} Fornandina, Fla.SANBORN one of the must important\, industries one ounce butter, and half n teaspoonful uisalt
. s. For )particular' addressFLORIDA. I _3.* Walker Street- -. -- -_- _] -_-_ -_--- -- ." in .\1III'I''a.. From u few thousand: \,ouIIII'll'rolhll'l'll :' ; simmer for an hour
-
"' in 1700! ( it has to a production
r' .' MIRROR: : grown \
,,,; & HOYT of about 2,500,000,000: )pounds, ill 187l:\ lhtIF.T.OIX OF lt'TToX-Hol\\, trill01' \
\. 53-tf 1'crn:11llinFla.. \ from a loin of mutton all superfluous
,,! NEW USE FOR COTTOX-SEF.I> lTl'LtJl-l'cr. fat, bird: the thin part, and, roll it round ; lay
',} TIII: I'I.OUI\. ECOXITHEET\ : NEAR CENTRE, mit me to suggest a lieU l' for the hulls: of till joint in a !stowpan: over some slices of fat
f, cotton-seed nfler the kernel has: been removed bacon, add whole pepper, salt to tnsto, 1111
WUI1r.I'- .\U: AND RETAIL at the oil presses! : to wit : To pack onion stuck with cloves, a couple of sliced
'= AND AND} IMMIGRATION cmn''YW fruit in. cannot imagine; substance better carrots' n\llia bundle, of sweet herbs: ; moisten
L" SIIIP CHANDLERS adapted, : ) to kl't'till'\ air out or to preventthe with stock, and let it bruise gently for an
,f t OFFImS' GROCERS fruit being bruised. I need not say: that hour or so. When done strain the! gravy;
: 1 !shall be happy to report\ on t the con'ditionof free- it from fat, pour it over the joint in the
j i AND KAI.KIM IN any orange's, grapes; or other fruit on dish: ,, and servo garnished: with parsclcy.Tvrtocv .
. f w 000.000.cre4. "' '" which I may: have an opportunity\ to makea
tablespoonful
*" -- I.\T..I\-.C4o\k -
a
-- AMI :
1 ,A r: I HAY I I I tOUX I I OATS I I ItllH'K I I LINK.,1 ':' '('. I t trial.-W. .t. ill (\ItOIl. of tapioca\ in water for couple of

Of the mostACCESSIULE : L J L J L'' .J M L--' -M J L--. .__. YteUT\IIJI4.-XOw: : i'4lhe season to commence hours, set it to boil, adding, little more water
.., '" M e' fall gardening., Plant IrKh .potatoes: ; till quite done to the consistency of \porridge.
.: ''"* AND DESIRAULELAMM : --- prepare' beds for all I'l'l'dl.lIdl: as: cabbage, Add, popper\ salt and, a li'ttlo freshbutler.
f cauliflowers, and all !'I'I'II:4thnlrl'lll1h'l'trllll-l-: Cut two tomatoes in half, remove
\, .' ..:' IX THE A LARGE STOCK! OF FURNITURE: ALWAYS ON HAND.2lly } planting: either) in boxes protected! by shade, nips\, and watery substance) sprinkle with a

'' ..1' !! __ .. _.__ .. __ _._ or they in can some bo rich kept\place\ moi near>t and the I shaded water: where until \with ilileI'pl'l'r the\ tapiurusprinkhethetntu'itIgratuvl and salt\, FiIll'lIl'h t half tomato

.\4' ,..,, STATE OF FLORIDA, they t are ready, to transplant.t A small or Parmesan: and baked bread crumbs! put
\"I ARLINGTON NURSERIES. large I'lull'lll:11: : in and covered with brush: them into the oven for twenty minutes amiserv
sufficient to shade. young plants' then throw 'e.
.' At only $1.23 per acre to new settlers, with
beds six to eight inches: high with walks!
\
:
up ('It :.\M ("AK is.-'Three\ and one-half cups
in of 40 -
selection -
the privilege of parcels made rich with and manure
between, composts:
,., of flour, one and, one-l\lrth cups\ of butter,
,p ::1:' acres or more. These lands: are 10'l\tl'Ilon TROPICAL Slttll-TllOriC'AL 1'R111T'FIIIL5: ItOSI'.S: l>it'll: >. is a good and sure way to preserve for all ono \pint of water, ten eggs;; one-fourth teaspoonful -

; and adjacent to the line of the tender plants. Prepare your ground onions of soda.: Moil the water and
If beets, lettuce, rutabagas: turnips: to- stir in flour when
rLOWiillX: PLANTS. butler" together and
rOIS: .. EVERGREEN: N1IKHISS and ,
". matoe.s: and. all hardy vegetable plants.: boiling.\ When l'ollllll1t1 the I'g'h'wclt boat-
GULF AND WEST: INDIA Make light wooden frames! that can bo
I J ATLANTIC, -- vim Drop on a tin and tub. over the white
the tomatoes at will, 1II1I11'ov-
placed: over
]lake In
of an egg before; baking : a quick
j t TRANSIT COTS K. It., erect. with leaves, will secure a g0 slsupply
NEW CHOICE VARIETIES lludded Orange Tree MADE: A SPECIALTY.T : palmetto} oven twenty{ minutes.: The usual cause ofpeople's
AMI of that best: of vegetables for family
) cake is
failing to make good cream : ,
; FERNANDINA on the Atf"f use in the coining winter, while the others that after boiling, the water, butter and flour
: ,i,; extending from -- of themselves Care should!
: will take care
do not allow the mixture togel
CEDAR KEY on the Gulf coast: the best seed from the together; they
lantic: to he had: to procure : This
cold before
\ ,.'r Send for Descriptive (''ata ague. reliable seedsman. Do not neglect the perfectly proceeding.
'I- to the IlrOlhll'l'rll'a1', conjjjl ; ino'-t :
thus affording
: : AMtKKT: I. IIIU"I.I.: is: tho all-important\ : point.
manure, nr the hoe if you wish success
the best : spare
to
r fctant and rapid' transportation CIIKVM AIIOVK.-One quart of
< KOU TIIK
JACKSONVILLE:; :; Jo'f.n ..\. in your efforts.! *
lm 1 tf milk eight two of sugar, one
markets. : runs) cup
eggs
:! .___ __ _.___._ .. relative to
The belt of country traversed by the Transit : -- -- IN reply\ to the liurnftinquiry/ / of t'omIlnn'h: ]hull the milk, and while
the Rural Mranching Sorghum," 1 would boiling\ add the sugar, eggs! lIIlll corn starch
R. 1:. embraces 1.88J. say that I first hoard, of it some two year Flavor with lesion
I J.880. ago (1S7S) and of its: wonderful productive
ness"\ and growth, and, on investigating the To PUKHKHVK\ PKVCIIKH.-rite clear-stone
I : EVERY: VARIETY OF SOIL THE mutter I found it was: indeedan interesting yellow poaches, white ut the stone, are the
Lest. Weigh the fruit after it is pared. To
I addition to fodder-producing\ } plants! thai ;
had it each pound of fruit allow a pound of loaf
to excel all, In 1H7J I I growing ;
w be, found, in the State a large proportion promises
to on owtr grounds: and although un- sugar. Put layer of sugar at the bottom of
my
ii being peculiarly' adapted to the culture of tier great disadvantages! in addition, to u the preserving kettle, and then a layer of

S.: TI-TRorlc.L FRUITS and Early Vegetables, FLORIDA MIRROR droutft so 101l severe that my Mlount' fruit and HO on until the fruit Is ill in.
Timber Prolific tried and died within u few :Stand; it over hot allies, until the IIIIar; is entirely
Bodies of corn up
and The Lnrge, Coinjmct
.r. feet of it. yet it seemed to miller but very dissolved, ; (then bon them till they are
>: make these lands worthy of CAHEFUL A'A"AMIXATIOX little mill tillered out wonderfully, each clear; take them out pieco hy piece and

by manufacturers of LUMBER root }producing from four to n dozen ""spread them nil u dish free from svrup. ]Boil
I AND NAVAL STORES. branches! growing strongly; and sturdilyfrom t > in the pan until it jellies! ; when
"ftIr'-. six to ten feet high, capped with heavy the peaches are cold<<1, 1111, the jars half full
-S.TEA .. with them and till with the boiling 1I 'r-
SETTLERS heads of seeds. Now 1 am growing it extensively up
NEW -- -
and alfhough; it was planted n up. Let them stand a short! time covered'
month later than it should have been, yet it with n thin cloth ; then put on brandy paper
furnished tll and showing forth itswonderful and cover them close with corks, skin,
,
Purchasing! land from this company are '
-f- \ productiveness.' Although wi or paper. From twenty to thirty minutes
l ',: with entire free n *>atje on the Transit are now 'suH'cring from the want of rain,, will generally he sutncicnttn preserve them.To ,

Railroad for family and personal effectsto having had an excessively warm summer,,
the station nearest the land Ilurdul! etl.TITLE N yet this lil'ltlof sorghum looks as fresh' ami) lET Rim op CIIl'KUOAl'UI'.It-A correspondent
..ii bright and is growing us rapidly as if .'njnyin writes as follows: I bog to forward .
COMPLETE, being derived by I daily showers. It branches from the you an easy, clean and certain method
grant from the United States and purchase root, throwing out from four to u dozen of eradicating; t these loathsome insects from

I from the State of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE. 51W strong branches, from three-fourths to an dwelling-houses. A few years ago my house! '
l inch in diameter, and pushingupwurdi u was infested with cockroaches (or 'clocks,
\ SOLICITED. wOIIIIl'rfllllHwcr und strength; If cut off it as they are called here,) and I was recommended
starts! again with renewed SlTl'IIJ.thllllllrnllTo to trv cucumber |cclings; as a rem
heads and stalks: so there is no telling what edy. ACl'orefinplyIIlIlIIcdlutdy; before bedtime
Descriptive MAPS and CIRCULARS mailed on amount of fodder could bo made from u I strewed! the hour of those parts' of the

application. hltt 0 single acre. It starts, from the seed, slowly house most infested with the vermin with
CHAS.; W. LEWIS, E-; and, feebly, seemingly to make root and get t he J.r<'cnlcel| cut not very thin from the
Kind Commissioner.Otllce strong foothold ; then it needs hot weather cucumber, and net up) half nn hour later than
'usual to watch the (,m'ct. Before the expiration
and on my ground l is doing the boston
cor. Reach and Seventh Sts. of t that time, the Moor was completely
the sandy land. For the South, compared
Ir-tf III IIIN'It z with other fodder-producing' plants, it is, in covered with cockroaches, so much; so, that
lilY view, worth fully double as much as any the vegetable could not bo seen, so voraciously
I ,. "lilt FLORIDArpOWN Z other khul that has come under lilY notice.It were they engaged; in Bucking (tilt
needs a long, hot season to }perfect its seed, )poisonous: matter front it. I adopted t the
f IMPROVEMENT COMPANY which when ripe, is valuable for chickensor same plan, the following night hut should
.t : Itock-IIII eat it greedily. Stock of all itors were not near so lIulUl'ruwf-1
L ,. think not than a fourth of the previous
: kinds are very fond of the branching Sorghum more
) 1 t.; either in a green state! or dried for it nl lat. Oil the third night I did not discoverone.
Y ,tt is rich in nutritious qualities. It is, indeed I, ; hut anxious to ascertain whether the
Fernandina(1' = C>C>i ANDJOB == a valuable addition to our ftsider hOI1'e'Ui4 quite clear of them I examinedthe
1 Line and, on good, soil, an acre of it willl) give allthat l'l'l'1l1fh'r I had laid It dowh about half
I Town OIj 1t. It. hour and perceived that it was covered
a dozen head of stock: could eat for all an ,
,w And Cedar Key. the summer, and even then they would not with myriads!; of minute cockroaches, about
\ \ use it fast enough to keep it down. It must the size of a flea. I therefore allowed the
", 3 A 1 not he confounded with what is generallysold )I ccl to lie morning, and from that moment -
---- PRINTING HOUSE for ]Doura'or ]Doura Corn," being a fardilJ'l'rl'lIt I have not seen a cockroach: in the
If r ,, article, and tenfold more produc- house. It 1:1110 very old building\ ; and I ranimpure

Offers to Lessees and) Purchasers a large (lye. : you the above remedy only require
_____ _____ to )he persevered in for three or four nights
number of the mot: eligible and desirable USKUOLIi KXO WLK1H1K to completely' eradicate the lsst. Of courseit

Lots, suitable for Business: Purposes, or for Hotel should he fresh cucumber itcrl every
Beech Street, Opposite Egmont night"
City or Suburban Residences, lmCATIIl'p.-Cirutethrcc dozen large -. ..
cucumbers and twelve white onions ; put No PLACE Foit HIM.-When the gates of
three handsful of salt over then They mustbe
UPON EASY TERMS he State: Fair were thrown open' yesterday
the beforehand and in tile
prepared' day built the
nornlng. a man who won on
;, morning lay them to drain ; soak aupfulalt and whoso hat would!
dumb-line principle '
Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to FERNANDINA, FLORIDA. a 4Ilf' of mustard, S'l'tl. drain and told 'lave attracted I the curiosity, of a crowd u
to the cucumbers, with two spoonsful flf
parties eiigaged in manufacturing or indus- nile and a half uwav was stopped because
whole pepper| : .put them in u Jar, cover with lie had no ticket He}{ indulged In some
trial enterprises, who will erect on the property vinegar, and cork tight; ; keep In a dry place,, rather loud talk, and was taken !in hand by

purchased substantial improvementsfor : Ilia E-AI'PLE uKiNU.-Line the bottom andsides I1IuliclUan I and led to one ride
of a buttered dish with thick slice of lA-t U4 now come to an understanding,"
residence, or in which to conduct their tale fciionge'' cake, pare and,I slice thin u large he> said, as he cooled olf; "is this a Slate

business. ripe pine-apple, place in the dish: a layer of "uir?"
Having added NKW TYPE. .AXI JVKW PRESSES, : to our office, and having fruit, then sprinkle with sugar, then more "' Yes, sir"

INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS SKILLED WORKMEN who know ]how to use the same, we are now fruit and sugar until all is used.! Cover with Is there a circus attached ? "
exemption for a term of years from slices\ of cake which have been dipped in No. sir."
by prepared to do any and every kind of printing, cold water. Invert a buttered plate over all Jot there a free lunch establishment! in
taxation, offered by the several cities andJ and bake in a moderate oven one hour and last! 1""Ne.
a half. sir,"
towns. ANlyto Will the President he here to-day T"
Beach & 7th sts., Fernandina. 'WKIC"-nY.'t or FISH.-Remove all bones\ Not that I know of."
plrOt1ke IG-tf cor. FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD, (rum reused small fish! ; mince amid: add seasoning beaten, '' l-t the man with the prize packages on
: and for a quantity one egg 1' lI'lln here' ?"
4" with a tea.!jM>onlul) of flour and one of milk. lieu nnto

Seed unit Gtuino.I Make into little ,balls ; brush\ the outside 1 It there any chance for me to secure aMtioii
with an egg ; dredg with cracker crumbs ".. as a"niH-cial detectveT"No
I AN Neatly und uw ('''("ftll HN ally Olllre In Florida. and fry to a deep brown. A nice gravy can .. Kir."
Market-Gardeners 1 III 1 1 ,be made by adding u pint of water and an .. '''hi..., then I U an ordinary State Fair,
[ onion to the bone, heads and tails! ; boil. I L:
IIca'If/l and thicken ,' silt, roosters! wind-mills:!, yeatakifi, newieeMM
BUY D. M. FERRY & CotsS1lElEIIDItS -- .- ---..-- 'IS.VAMO.N ROLU A.M Unite*.-For rusk, and the man who has !bad'lib pot:ket

take a loaf of bread at the last kneading, I pit eked.:. ?" .
work in of butter und little Yes, about that."
a lump a bugar.
w : 1 Let: rise; make into little cakes ; again let Thtn, sir, 1 la\ your imrdonfuriny rashid

1 :: :: ,;srDon't send yourorders for PRINTING, 15INDIXO and RULIMJ to offices outside the rise,dough then into bake.a sheet For cinnamon half an inch pill thick, roll,, I I xxl-uiigentleiuanly
the State. Orders fur either will receive prompt attention from us. AddressXlltltOII. spread with butter, ttugar and cinnamon.! t tint place, I should have pared the
For sale by deafen throughout Florid (tnuue11te at one side and roll up ; then I, iblic this scene. Ta-ta, air, and if we
Catalogue! and price list tree to all applicant TI.IIIIA ;: with a sharp knife cut into cake half an t.,ould ever meet again you'll know me byIllY
III.k.L oct9 FUIul.IUU, 1.4. inch thick and let rite and bake. i hat "
Detroit,
.Addresa D. 1 X. FLEET CO..

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LOCAL R:;; 'LS cyrio'I s. Senator Jones' Address 1 I I Daniel'. Lf>l.'lls. Large Stock: af Xew fall Goods I Groceries and 1'rntisloas.' t tGItOCEIt

Although the weather was very inclement At the regular monthly meeting of tin Just received at J. it T. KYPD'S. A. n. %(n'IS: ,

J Hall filled l Board of Stewards for l'crnandintaHon ----- ,_.--_.-. ,-
'.00 A rHA Lyceum was on Wednesday )
II; $I.()() J'On SIX ONTItS.ii MItr C.IANDLER,
night with an intelligent and appreciative:! Florida Conference, on the evening of October A GreatIn llfU'Unttt, AND} ;

: --- -- audience called together by the welcome.lln0l1l1l'InC'llt 4th, Rev. J. Atkins, the Iastorl're"illct, Black Silks at 75 cents a yard-worth IN
ii To DEV-fl:
Correspondent's.CoIPC'pondcat9 KYPD'O.Jtlack .
I'ni- After the business double-nt J. & T.
that our distinguished! regular of the board wa _. .
find tcrs with' fait pnpcr will plfntc) trct! to FCORPH ted States senator, the Hon. Chas. V. Jones,, completed, the death of Daniel; 1 1<'. LeFils, a French Cashmeres Provisions, Llqiioiff, I II'

1fr.\'O: '. J'rmflllllia, Fid.Tun would. address his fellow-citizens\ on the !is. worthy member of the Board, was referredto -
Front M) yard ul'warll\-'pll'ntil, CO.'S PMWS.
sues! of the day. which sad event, to his family, th<'Churrhanl1 cents a AGENT FOR F. AVEmr &

attention of our r aders. is called to It is unnecessary to say that they enjoyedan community, took place,\ on the 7th of \'alue-at J. it T. KYlJu'li.larhttlJ tCrSTRE
i
the advertisement of (eslrs. (Gould it Co., STREET, I '
intelligent treat. The distinguished! senator September 1880 : at O Cents : .

of Jacksonville portrayed in a clear and masterly manner Jc.ooh.tlly! tills Hoard, That our heartfelt
ANUINA,
worth 0 cents
-------- A case: of first-cla-'s Prints, ,, tf FJ.t" FLA.-
sympathies! are hereby, tendered to the bereaved 52
the issue of the and
}' Fornnm'iina the best : campaign/ arraignedwith J. &. T. Kvnn's. -- --- --
I ThE ( ror presents! wife :ojid children of our beloved! just received at -- ------

summary of State news of any paper in the force 0.1111'Igor the sectional hatred brother!. !co-lnborer in the kingdom and: JIRN. AXAI: CLAIUCI:,

State, its entire first page being devoted to and animosity which the Republican leaden patience, of our I/ird Jesus Christ ; and that Ri'ck: ,

and press at the North are endeavoring to: with his family and the community, we aresensible Lime, At.IIl''J \,
that. specialty. The whole sheet I is a neat ST., KCE: TP.I': *
of the loss have Mi'-taincd rplIIRD
the of the North. haying : great we Cement,
I arouse people
specimen of printing.Ronth' Florida Journal.IN among in the death of so excellent a man, who wa'ever Plaster, l-'LA.
recently returned from taking part in "' ISAMV ,
with liberal
relieve
----- --- ready, a hand to Hair,
another column will be found the card the canvass in New Yorkand Indiana, when the wants of the needy, and to support tin AT SAXHORN- HOYT'S.

of the law firm ofGockrell Walker it Yates. he has done most effective work in refuting cause of the Redeemer. He was one of the"en' ---- piAIERtN TEECiroiccwt
\ kindest odd best husband and father
Mr. Walter R. Yates, a promising young eslandersand misrepresentations I pouredout Jlecclved
we have ever known ; a business mini of the Just : and Vogolablei; !' ,
}lawyer of Jacksonville and/ a member, of the by the wholesale on the Southern, people highest;:; < integrity, and, first! order of biHncsijiinlilicntioni < 2M( ) barrels Fhuir.3DO Fruit

firm, has opened an office in Angel's building the scnatorgave a graphic description of and, withal wa.nil humble,, sacks Corn.

next to the county clerk's oflloe. the methods of the Republican leaders! the' lailhfllll1llfl exemplary (Christian, who, we 1IOlmrrcl-l; : Pearl (lri...t. CONFEC'iIONEPJi: :?: ETC.Rliss1 : .
._ doubt not, has ('lItrrl',1, into ('Il'mnllifl', and 100 barrels K. D. Meal[
--- -- unscrupulonsnets of their allegations, nnd now enjoys 1 that rest prepared, for the peopleof ill ho I'acoli. Flowca Faru1 \ll
xt"" : Seeds ,
Garden
Mentor' Schultz \ ( : ,.
TUB Oci barque Capt. :
man ,
the recklessness of their assertions! lie J [ God./ J. .A TK I-.- Pastor. 300 bal Timothy P Ha}'. ltI

was cleared! from Mils port on last! Wednesday sketched. the career of Schurz, who npport'd N. RnowxsoN- 200: sacks Oats A. R. NOYES. Garden Implements. _.
-
by Mr. "'111. Lmvtey, for Qucenstown "'. If.I Gntr.Axn C -- ---'--- -
d the ( \ in loudmouthed
e Greele-y movement 1872: a J. W. BarR ANGEL: A FiirMVKERH ),
for orders. with the following : l.;)t,000 1'of llent.
; cargo advocate for civil' service reform,, It. M. llKNi; >in.so.v: ,
Y feet of pine lumber 321 t sticks of cedar wood, Two l 11 i rst-class d elf-hO\lSe8 in t thorough :
I and now a pliant tool! and, defender of tin B. O. TIIKI-H.: l w : AND: CONFECTIONERS: ,

7G barrels of rosin, 511 barrels, : spirits turpcrthic party. After presenting ill a clear and< lucid,l _0. repair in good neighborhood icl\lI.t'i, mid>I.tahles especiallydesirable :; : j
liSllllm'r Tl. \
/ ; total value of cargo, $14,023. the maintained the School, yottre. (IIOICEGroceries
manner principles by would be ]>rovide'd, it' reijuireil. .pl'ly to
---- Democratic party and their accordance with 'IhcSchool lb and, will hold. regular meetings \- )FLOKIDV Tow IMPROVEMKXT: Co/r.\\Y/ : and Tobacco,
: arrived Cigars,
THE Wctftrn Tosns on ,
steamship Hotel.
the best< interests of the whole country, he : in Fernnndina on the tirst Friday, in Opposite( \ Kgmont
cabin and
Tuesday at 8 p. m. with fifty-five
125 steerage })asIengel'nnt! good freightsfor made a fervent appeal to the dti1.cn'i/ln,1 De- every nlternnte month t commencing Friday, ,, Wanted at Once: TOYS AND l'CYIlTICJ.E: .
} the I'lt of October, and i in Callahan on the
of Nassau
to hearty
both the city and line of Transit Rail mocracy county give a :30 II1\1
road. She did not sail yesterday at the hour support to the Democratic nominations. first Saturday: in every alternate month\' ,, 300< bushels: Seed Potatoes. Weddings, / Entertainments! and Picnics,
.
appointed on account of the storiu., She Our citizens were much gratified with the commencing\ tho' (tint Saturday in :Novem\ A. R. Novms.New furnished! at the shortest' notice, at rock-hot-,

andw. \ themselvesto her. .. torn prices, at
senator's address devote --- -
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barrels of rosin 8 barrels #
here
takes from 2.'W ANUL'S I';\11.1)0, -4'ntrl'
order of the, School Doaid..
Ry t .\d'rCls'ln.n's.
the of the Democratic ticket t with
of spirits lurpcrtine, 80 cases of cedar, success (\ Street,
W. A. MAIIONKY ----- --
renewed old 0. Hl1illling'7.iY'
bales of and 100 tons of cotton cll'rgy.The 23 Opp. P. :
cotton
100 A. W. CorKRKM.: JXO. T. WAIKER: -
of School -
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seed is A1r.Iatwtey actuator expressed< from his own observation Supt. WALTER R. YATGS. --
seen. Tic cotton shipped by ,
----- T 11 Y -t!
at true North the utmost confidence, -
Married.
in the election of General Hancock. it YATES,
Teats-SwaRiNOEN.; -At the residence ol GOCKRELLVALKlat
Heavy llahi Storm>> LOIIMAVTSFAMOl'S;
the bride's. father (be 4th of October, by Jacksonville' .
A heavy rain storm set in on 'rhursdaynight CountCominlHStoneiH] Mcctlmj. on (CocKRF.M. \\ AIK.H, ,) A.W.
Rev. J.tkinq, Mr. D. I.. Kllis\ to Miss j 1-:. K.Swcartngon. .
and increased in severity during the Pursuant to law the County Cominis: : }. :
Attorne.VH und Counsellors'FEIINASPINA
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night and following morning. The fall of era met in the Clerk's otlice on the 5th day .
IF.IIRI'K-HRlllfIfunw.-\t( the residenceof !
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rain was unprecedented, float'ng' the streets of October to revise the registration list. FLA. Prepared Flour.
the bride in Old Town, by Rev.: ,1..1i .
t and making low places almost impassible.The Present, James ilciflinchairniai[ ; j C. W,
kin, :M.A.. A. Herr'ck' of Maine, to Mr[ !*.
high tide and back-water: together covered Lewis John Owens: John;. Moore[ and C. OiRco. adjoining Clerk of the Circuit; Court. --
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Delia Old Town.
the railre>ad track. As a measure of W. Milliard Rridgcrow- .. ONLY: FIVE CENTS PER: POUND.
trains werclIi-ll'atehcllov'rthe WVLTEII: R. Y 'TES, Notary: Public. 04 4t
precaution no 1 he hoard proceeded to revise the legis- List of Letter .._ .
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r Transit Railroad, and none arrived yesterti t .'.If ion list and erase\ the names of persons Remaining in the Post-Ofiioe( I'Vrnanelina,, ( OtJL)) Jk CO.'S4rFERTiLiZER

ti day. The H. n. I'hmi made the trip in the who have ceased to permanently reside in Nassau county Fla., October 8th, 1SSO. Persons 0-tf .\' OLD P. O. BUILDING.

usual: time and left for Brunswick at 12:30: the county and who were disqualified by calling for these l'tteNllIIll-lt! say advertised ......... ........................................................
yesterday. It is expected that travel on the law. Commissioner C.V.. Lewis objectedto : : .. .. ii. i:. OTTIKIIC: : {,

railroad will be resumed to-day. The wind (the names of persons being stricken\ from Atkinson, J.f Jackson, Mrs.[ Plenty ; -?!t-

was from the southeast until Friday afternoon the list who were convicted of larceny in linker, Mrs[ M r, Love, Marie r ............... .................................................. ERNANDINA, FI.OHID.JIE.Lt.t .\, .
when varied to the west. The New lI1n !ttrules' courts The board having finished ChcvcH!, J J[ Miller[ Klizaheth ('
]Davis errand Ross Thadiot,
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York steamship lI cetera TVxeu went down to I the revision of the registration list\ IN
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appointed Drown) Kliza :Sapp\ Jane Ann LS: TIIK: BEST
the entrance but concluded not to go to sea, the following inspectors' of the election Davis, Granville U Smith, Hattie

and returned to her dock. to be held November 2nd 1880.! Davis) G II, Smith\ J U r/1ItING for FALL GAItDENS-it being Fine Family Groceries

l'reciorto.11.. Stark, John Alston, A. Easton: Mrs[ S :Smith Charles! 1 not only a }perfect plant food, but will AND
Sew Settlers. IJ. Noyes.I'rfdiut. Johnson! .AdenVinely, Charley, keep nil insects at a respl'ctfulllh'iuncl'.

We were pleased to meet on Thursday Mr. .Yo.'V.: I'. Scott, Philip Thomas: Johnson Johnston PeterVilliams Mrs FanIYViIIi", Albert, Lizzie, For sale in any quantity large or "small PROVISIONS.Customeis .
orders delivered FREE)
and country :! on
I). S. Place, Waldo\ with a party of seventeen James Eubanks.1'reciut :S.\:HL. T. RIOPKU., P. M.MARIXE. boats TRY IT. I
No. ,Isadora O'Ncil James Anderson or cars.: Vegetable growers -
persons from 11111111who, through :Mr. Toney Allen. --- GOULD it CO.. .

Place's influence have come to Florida with J'rrcl&ct'o.; -William IJ.. Hearder J. T.Rear G4 3m 8 W. Ray St., Jacksonville, Fla. can rely upon getting CHOICE f-

the view of making a home here. Tho parr Kami.! Lit ('v. ---- ----- ---- .
\ '. Farmer K.: n. I'ort 1'crnandtna. Slulo of Floridaassaii: C'ouuly..
ty consisted of the following persons : 1-rrcitirt; A'o. 5- ." Snowball of GOODS, asNOTHING
Ralph Russell.:\ HIGH WATER. VIRTUE an execution issued out
Andrew Knight Waldo, Florida! ; Miss J'reciucto tf-(}. T. Stewart, Win. W.Vanzant BY of the Circuit Court, Fourth Judicial
Sal October 0......lll'l'
u-day : A.M. r. armSOnably
J.'. Dr. Overmore and wife Simon Crandall. : in aid for Nassau Florida,
Lou. Doughty ; ; 10,...... 0:13" O'iO"::' Circuit County, BUT THE; FINEST: URANUS
Miss\: Jennie Richards ; Mrs! A. Watts and I'recinct No. 7-Win. L' Davis: n.} W Haddock Monday,, 11...... 1:21I: 1:57: II upon a judgment rendered on the 21th: day
Jr. Willis :Mitchell( of Itho( ) in a certain suit, in favor of;
April, ,
daughter; Mr. Jas: A. Adams; Mr. C. A. Tuesday, 12...... 2$1I:: 3:02I:
t I'rfcinct A'o. S-G. Trenton King Henry the plaintiff and against; the defendant, in are kept in stock.C. .
l.'J: ..... 3:37I 4:03:
Mr. (leo.I Wednesday, :
EisnerMcMurren
Hammond Mr. ,
; ; Nettels, SimonVaslmiugtom.: which suitV.. R. C. Duryee was plaintitl
Thursday 14...... 4:30I: 4:5.'iI:
I Mr. Jor- : A'o 9 II. C. J. H. Sauls and M[ Hammond defendant I have levied
Loveland ; Mr. Henry Schalagal ; Precinct Pickott : 5:31I: 5:53: 1) DART. II. 8TEITZ.

dan Arnold ; all of Salem, Indiana Also: Hizzant Robinson. FiMay, 15.E upon and will sell, before tho CourtHouse (.. 1IAKT A:: CO.,
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I'recinct A'o. JO-L. Higginbotham( (U.W. !. door in Fernandina Nassau: County,
t Dr. Holtzcmcr ; Toby Gobbert and Willie Hodges, J. 11. Little. AHRIVED. on the first Monday[ in November 180..
Roddy, of Rloomiugton Indiana ; most: of Precinct A'o. 11-Aaron Foreacre, N. October 4-Sch. John Jxiuthal Brown, being the first tlWllfla lI month, within the Importers:! and Wholesale Dealers in

whom will locate at Watllo.Ir Hicks Lewis Motes Rie-hmond. legal hours of said sale day, to the highest! Foreign and DomesticFruit! '
intends to steam mate October 4-Sch. S. F. Ames Achom Now bidder, for cash, ]lots :2!, 3 and 4, in '" 33: ,
Knight put a
up
York. City of Fernandina. levied upon as the
mill at Waldo immediately. The Precinct Meettny. October 5-S. :S.:! Western Texas, lines, property of 1). M. Hammond. *, Xiifsetc..,

"{welcome with great pleasure these new At n called meeting of the ]Democratic New York. PETER: CONE .

t comers who belong to the intelligent and respectable party ,for this precinct, issued: l by the chairman Octoher8.1'.St.Johns, Vogel Charleston. Sheriff of Nassau, :\ County, Florida. New.: 5j. 57 and 5'/!)*Market. *! Street, '

Fernandina, Fla., October 2, l il'\.SA I),
t class of settlers! who give character of the executive committee, at lliber- CI.EUIEU. ----- -. CH.ULESTOs| U'tn.. CAROLINA.fr -

and strength to our State. Whatever mayhave nia Hall, on Tuesday evening, October 7th October 1- elm.Vhite Sea, Stout, Phila Stale oi' .Florida XJIMMHU" County.rpO > ':
( at 8 o'clock to select eleven delegates to the J Consignments'- Qf J:FumiPv ORINCES; .,
) been their politk'iil afliliations in Indiana delphia.October. M[, V. RUNCKLEY' : solicited and prompt returns made. (.'hbin1v. ) .,
we feel quite confident that they will county convention to be held at Callahan :12!._S. P. City Point, Croesei: j You are hereby notified that a writ of

October Oth. Charleston. attachment has: }been "! against you, and K. 'K-XIGnT 1AG
on Saturday
unite with other good citizens of the State in ,, \\1
(ktohl'rtSd\. RelIaRu"! promoting its be-st interests!t Mr.[ Pluco deserves The meeting having been called to order your of Clarence C. Williams, amounting:, to 22.:! .r, i U'

l commcmlation for tho intelligent iulvceucy by Mr.[ W, N. Thompson on motion, he was October 0-Sch. \111:11111"011.; :Saiulo- 10-100. Now, unless you shall appear h before WHOLESJHC AXR RETAIL >,

o of our State as a homo for the intelligent elected: chairman of the ll11'ding.r.: [ Geo.; son, New York, J. A. Ellermann: a Justice of time Peace in ANlVsTOCK DEALER: '..f.f .
BUTCHER
October 7-Brig Arool, Sumall'fritithd.: and for County at his otlico at Fernandina f
and resoluto and of the 1) Gilchrist: was elected to act as secretary.A 1I\ AlDealer! >
men women IN POUT. on the 4th day of December. 18SO! at in 'I(
West and we hope this accession to Waldo motion having been offered! and passed, 10 ()'(lik a. in., judgment; will be renderedagainst lee.
Bark Francis (Fr.) TEN E S S E E uJ-aa'\ i
SPIWI.U.TY
that the delegates be fleeted by ballot the ,
will be alike pleasant to its people and these Hark Imogenc (lag.) you.
Iiulianians.The following gentlemen! were duly elected to Bark Mentor (Cor.( ) Dated this, 1st day of October, 1SSO. BROOM STREET: WHARF,

act as delegates and alternates : Hark Guiding Star; (Rr.) CLARENCE: WILLIAMS! 19-tf! FERNANDINA.: FLA.Undertaking. .
Plaintiff.Stove .
Artillery Rife Tec,,,.. Ddt'Ua1t'I-Cut. Leonard Dozier] ,,-. N, Schooner 1:. II. Harrininn. 03-td a rsrom : 1.

It is very generally known that on.* gallant Thompson G. Stark, A. 11. Noyes. Thomas Schooner C.'. R. Flint.choont'r ; ,
1 E. 1 II. Driimmond.
John McDermott John Edwards; and Tinware.S .
Kydd, ,
the members of tho Nassau :!
artillerymen, Schooner l'V.. Lewis. .
Win. Roll, Gee Latham, Minus( McLcury, --- --
Light J\rt\l1erylu1\"e\ organized a Rille Hurt. Schooner Thomas \\". Holder.Schooner'John It. 91. IICXDEKKOX :1
Henry TIIKETY A lava<< II rir

Club within themselves and have weekly .Htt'rllall'-l'dw.: Mordet-ai[ : Jos.: Mgenur, Leuthatl.
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Schooner S.F..1mes.1'ernandina
Second Street \ FANUFACTURING
'i practices every Monday night/ at their arm. John .\. Ellermann, O.' H. Huot,.Vclolph. opposite Pos-0fflce l) AND FUltISIIINO'j:
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ory. These gatherings arc very pleasant l'\'dl'il, Jas. Me-Giuin Peter Ronaad, lieu 'j i
Uc'll John Daniel W. Gibson Jas. Market.COKKECTEH .
Ktreety: UNDERTAKER
where tho soldier boys and their lady friends ,
Cook. WEEKLY BV WM. L.\WTE\ t

meet to spend a pleasant evening indulgingin Tl'O (secretary having been instructed to Spirits Turpentine, per gal......... 33J FIFTH ST., FERNANDINA FLA. .

the sport of gallery rifle-shooting. The inform the delegates, the convention ad Rosin, common, per bbl! ........... (($ HO) ,

ladies especially have manifested great interest Tar..................................none in market. .
and in journed. Crude TurK.ntine...............none in market .
are rapidly improving expertness.As "'. N. THOMPSON, Chairman. Cottem-Sea Island in the seed... 4J! t@ 5 L3l1 w k

the practice is done by lamp-light, it is (hit. D. Gil CUBIST, Secretary, -_.- ,,
not expected that the same proficiency is to -. stn
JOUst-Office Xottce. i
"be acquired if erformcd by daylight, but Messengers.Per n
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Office 11)urt-From 8:00: A. ,.. to 6:00: r. x.
nevertheless MJIIIO good scoring has been steamship Wtttern Tttat from New :Money Order and Registered I 'tt"rs (rom ..

done. On last :Monday[ evening one of the York : A Jones and wife, L C (Gills, F 8.00: ) A. M. to 1:00: F. x.; and from :::00 r. x. cm

ladies, the wife of one of the members of Glasser nnd wife, Mrs[ S F Rarnum :Mrs Jno to 3:30 r, x. Sundays from 10:30 to 11:30 A.
S Ragg and daughter, Col K S Getchell and and 3:3)to4:30r.x. Jr
the battery, made the splendid record of 55 wife, Mrs Jane Darns, J Callahan Mrs[ G W M. METALLIC CASES ,

)K>ints, out of a 1MOssible of CO, at the forty Clark, Mrs :M K Smith, A D McCabe( Mrs[ S ARRIVAL ,AM liEPVETt'KE OF THE MIL WOODEN COFFINS 1o/

foot'range. This fine shooting H Hooker and daughter! ; W II :McKinley, W Northern Mail-Arrives daily at 10:30: x. AND CASKETS
: remarkably
O Stewart and wife, Robt Stewart, Mrs[ J J Closes! 3tlO p. M. STOVES, HEATERS, RANGERS,
was unexcelled on that occasion by even the 11 all Ie)', Gen C A Anderson and wife, Mrs C Southern J[, Arrives .33'r. M, SUEF.TIROw.m WHITE METAL AND SILVER PLATED

sterner sex ; and Mrs. F. W. t Simmons will II Rerg, Mrs Julia Hart, Geo lousing, C H Closes 10.00. M, TIN AND TRIMMINGS

likely wear the club's budge for some time Watkins. It Phillip Gt-o Emery, W 1' Simmons St. JI,try't and Traders Itlll J/u /- ROOFING AND GUTTERING,
:Mrs[ A Mitchell[ and c liM. :Mrs[ J Arrive Tuo> lays and Fridays at :.30r..t.: CONSTANTLY ON IIAND.y ,
to come, as it is seldom that so fine a score ) CUCUMUER: WOOD PUMP[ ETC.;
Huntley, Miss C Hunllev. Alias( I K Hunt)', l'lo.Mondays: and ThurMlays) at SAX: A M. -

is surpassed. The bull's-eye of the target is 1) Max-well. Mrs Goo McGregor and two Ht. Jurv'jra., ., omltf- A lane stock; of Stoves on hand. Give in

less than an inch in diameter, and rings of children, G II Clark wife and two children .\rri Mondays[ anti 1'hunlll\'s at 8:00 .\. M. a call and compare our prices with those ol Bodies washed and dressed amid preserved

half an inch apart surround tho bull's-eye Miss[ L Eastman, J Marcy: [ and wifo. Mrs V 16 Tuesdays and Fruity at 2:31) p. M. other houses, here or elsewhere.S until burial, with or without the uSe'of: icVremoval3 .
Rrewster antlh\1ljhtcr. Mrs V J Wench, Weln'ssdayscndSat'thtys at 9.00: A. Y. exhnmed and placed >n eases furattended
to the extent of five Inches from its centre, T C Tucker, 8 Thompson, R 1) Crane, N Closes TuesdaysVednestlays,
and these Itix shuts could have been covered Curanio, 11 C Crocker, W J Young, James 1'riJays and tiitunlay. at 2:.' p. M. t CSCRIUE TO THE )mouths.IU.tWI:. $2: PER Telegraphic orders l'rolUltl to.
$1 for i4
with a patch two inches in diameter. Dairy, and! 123 steerage. SAML.T. ItIDOEIL, 1' M. annum ; 37-31\1






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