Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00087
 Material Information
Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: October 23, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00087
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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I'I''I r1 r1I STATIC; n;.... f.s ,! machinery will boat' once put in the ('if/// lP'(; I It t has:\ ever expcricmcd'1. On t that occasion ihi\ : etVoits, II" (hey always do whl'rl'l'lIhli,' LAST On.
I i 'v's'Orl; :ainl. within a fortnight; I she will probably III-1 water rose over Tampa: !stn-e-t the :second 'i aatletniim'i is l'IIIII'l'rlll"1'I'h'! ill at Orlando ---
'I I ,, llratlfnrtl. I: In ruiMiing be-twccn, here anil.. :Sinford : from the liver: :and. was up to the windows i 1 tilt. train was !grcta. I by Cheer from : M VSH MI-KIIM.S: : : ; Tiium'nnort Tin; ill'* >>,,T
lion. Charles W. Jones lion. \\ lk
1' Simon' Moody[ who was: sentenced. at the :, ; making two trips:I a week Captain' | in the Palmer: now the llandford. 1l0\l! circuit fur this John llhodc-s., formerly of thi'teii-i: !! '. I'lorn, Trllntm./ / plied\ 'to I bv, a boom 1'1'011thl' :-nllli.'r,1:: evan-
f'late! term of (the court county : i
I' 'IJi'I'll11ft. I Norwood: of Ge-orr.i. Hon.[ ....::11I T. Mori
s1to the penitentiary: fur Hncty-nini1, jean: for will command, .' .\II attempt was madeby \ : non and'I a dill III') fl'llllthl' band. 'llic'
i I., Alabama: : JI"'I.I..1.' 1 1IIIIl'Y. Itoiiloige !
'f suil seve-ral to break' out' of the At the Jcllcision! county 1J'III'l'l'alh. convention (1'0\\.1011 tilt ground\ nugincnteil by that
( the killing of 1 tt.: 1 H{. Hcthc.t itttcinp'od prisoners
P. 15am' Hon. I', 1' : \
r held at Monliccllo\ :>>. .Tninbiill\ ) ( Bi"\a\\ Mno'! |
evcniiiL' I. gi i ftoin. the train was variouslv : at
?l cidc in jnil at Lake Ikitlct on .\["1111:1In"l.: eountv jail on'I'htii-llay bvpr.vi I; \ .1. Uuss: ,'ll.c.ipiiin( .\lex.Jst. (furbrni" .
.. "; "file obtained: l a pocket-knife l from littleboy IIII' the 1 I.at.I of ti. ,irci-lN\ ,v'than; iron bar I Iwhich h INi: ),, was: unanimously: nominated for from i.INI111( ::!,SINI( \people, nnd was .aid to -
] 1 and'Messrs. 1 IL! C. Parklull .1. ,1 I. tlll'l t'olonel Louis I. Flcirinit.S.: y. link's'I.\ : |1"
< \\tretwoothci-t oni'of the. prisoners:l :secured.t'tcl\ senate, : : be the 1 Li inrest: pithrrim; ever :-"1'1III I Ointitrceountv !
# to make toothpick.Thfi : '
Hon.. I White. F I :. K.Foster. K-I : .
I lie', .1.' T. 'I ucker and M. C.1 Uurns I: for ,- -Thc-stoini' of .\II II"t :ITMh blewiie'inlj ,i.,, loin
Mr. 1'111'1,1'1.1'1 tti1 -
::tinegrocs in jail I with him) ut the time who gcttingiiitheentril.r,
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Itniliidw.. Jnlip: T.'alk'I'
Iwq., I
) ; | -nand
I ':'e! prevented. him from !making the second. cut I der-jaikr.1 I t in nl' appearnice I with ,1J' gun' assembly. Leva. : ;' all the leaves .if the mulberry' \ trl.e"\\ : other distinct.: : Ind. ."'lIkI'N.ill /nl!
I "ol l"I'lIlIo.rll windowfright, but, a new growth!: of both leave's:I mid
cuttliil not <
/'in ilk throat. The first Jade Iwo : :+l a !
s ,,ttintcrstanil that: :area: !" !mnIen'v' have ,lass the people "I' this (ollg'isbi"l..t'. divdiet
; hut t'Utlts ening them hack\ in., :heir cells.: Th0'. \' put\ out The-se have, in this ""I.till1ntlld,1 \, !!
/ rcMch the jugular vein wind-pipe. :
: : been' m.ide to ercst I inuutdiltely; a new cedar at. I the following, ) times! and.! )ilue-s.
/' he will shackli-d and eh-'ircd to the tloor.Thetrack .- bun. : h' -waims; of caterpillarsIvllfth811eramei I
; it I Is
With attention' thought, irpoM.) : "
i, proper :saw mill for the I liable' Pencil t ""J'aIlY. for Palat kit. lolld.I.Ol'tolwr. 2i.
(7,1.114,. this trtistit:1 a IIla-: (if I
,: soon recover.\ --Tilcyruph./ : 8/11I/ r 1'l I whii h Mr.[ C George Uichaids' i is n.ent.( 1'111'1 I I Ocala.> I'liesilay.i Oe I tober :.M..st. .
\ UIII'I .,I'1'erltandillll .\:: .lac UN. ii i' web alit,! de'sttoj: .".. 'r\.' \ 1'11"01''l'rdlll': ",
:\ I. mill will ho heated. on this i ivhuliLFiItlisping |: :: .\II,II lhll'. riiur..diiv! t'ti',1'.' '.'s.tileelt .
have tlht' Kailro.nl: li.i'I' ; .icro,' s Ka:; '1.1\istreet h.i\e: .bandoiuil\ t 'n ami' devastating, : :
Jos. A I [luau A: Co.. of IlevVest, \ : :
busiiu'ss[, { :1 sci'ins to be. liitly under I Co\c, Pllcl.l.v trtubetJncksunviile '.
,' manufacture!1 and :hipp"d I Ninth frunSe-p-:< 1 bet wen (Claik's:% l inn ami. 1111'rdi',. way ; laigiiuantities! of fish arc caught undshippeil eel'tain ollie' plants: in the illlillt.diltl': \icinity. :Xituielay; ; O. nit :711< >.
;: t ember, U to October o, dgars to the airount: ice factory.. 1i1.i..ui/ daily| from this plan to dilleuntpoints They will no' ''to" .\e\er tonal alllit': I :$\anf'nl' :Situul.iv.:/ ( Oe'tobe-r:! .
'.. ( The f Stains:: (Couant has been' tin-citrus; fnlily.--t'ulunlbuv:" ( O;b-slu-e: a ;,
\ also
: :et:: .,.fli.lOO. The tirm I in .hd-souville: ame c> n the rand The principal, shippersare
manufactures under ilu1 linn name: iit'.f.t l A. :siibsfituteil: for that of \.. T. Car\in. withdrawn up h"01', liken i sixteen jears. of age, Ivan 1t'.1 I t."U 11 O'I'.v,
Cedar' ke A. Fish ( .11.
I he Key : ,
dished. ami\ killed. iuslantly by n falling; I
candidate, for the ncinhly on
-1' HII1IIl'o: :;: .- ome Hftt-eii or twenty as u which )lr.W1I1111Iill:\ + man i,e-r; : ''' iinvr i 1.\I'\I'III1 i "vtw KVW tit t.i in.On .
f'' ', white men, oi the number impm{ 'ted, I I the' 1'i'giilar":. t"I"a1lkall: tkkd.--l'"i"". llc'tte'.ini: and: \\". U. Iie-wN.--\. )11'1'-1"1:l I tree near\ \\'ihIIXlIttioll:: an last Frhll'I': 'I''I'I ( Monday. : afte'moon, our HW steamer' to\
::1 F'scn ""I I(f, .\ h man: 'named Joshua: Hightovver; .
from the North for r.iilroad 1 work on
been resumed ,in Dr Mcllv.incs( : thctiatlhtI't.t'uunlN: ( '&shin ' thl'j. From the timbi'raml.., I11illiu-rfl'althly 1'ir- l'Ollrl'rll'l )g.ige'd: ; in clc-ariiig, land there, tutu
'j Hail have, become (1i" <
f Wayi-ross: roal. ; 'I: hotel, and\ we late glad t to, [be, ;auic. 1 I amid tinchceis. of hundreds. of our pe-opir'
,';'\ with the l\I\llal'e waiting about cular.f Messrs ll'-e-r. Urns" : il late: :-:1'1': | Ogleshj.: :somewhat under the inline'nee of
who had!
!ame secthe
\ will be pushed: \ to completion at an caily eniigivgaU'd" :: to jTc"it! flIt
:!W tailless which has r liiiior,| \ was: :l talking; to hilt The trees N el'e .
'" her :'Wth: the 1 ,
returning' : \ : : : day.-Mr.[ Woodiidge. N having the As !sin| gh ieil into( the water of the canal,
!! h'rbw.11I1I biancbi's. of business: : !'ol'tht' (I'a-a foundation; laid: for the conMriution 1I'u being burned down and Hightowcr hail. just she': was i'hiiste.ncd, 1 the /'. *'. lsni'' bv Miws

until two o'clock in the morning in an thirty days, is at once smut: appnrellt,1111(1. concrete building between, the 1 pi,,,,.t-olUie wanted. the boy that that puticular: : tree )Elm 11.1'late' 11".IiIl''"' ..luuthttru'lhI'etary"flIii' : : M-I-

i empty freight ear :\lHlla-t: .i.rlit. : they sent i is of course: directly t true( ..' 'o this: important I[building, and the drug sioio of Dr.) !Uoberts.oiniu :. would :soon fall, I llewe-nton with his work, ('nlilpltly''; 'I'tit'stellticrlitabutlt I i
j to lodge in the I police! h(8Il|ii' :trier-.-Captain branch of industry( us will he seen bythe ./ /. andhc-aiing' the tree fall: a moment afterward 'HII feet long, IS I fit I,. : lii.i fit! bold ; fulfil

; T. S. KelN: UnderwriterAgent:! ; has returned comparative/scarcity of cle-aramcs: whii-h' 1'it I nit in.Senator : 11l'lo..k".I.II'OIlIlII. :Mini\ missed! the I boy I .di-i,k (for fieilil; and. a pas'cngi: 'i saloon !M)
; z k from his latest!! trip down the coast. iie-c-c'ssarily: : impliiM a diminished, amount of Jones: addrcssid large! number of I i On searching.: In' found l him dead, with ". tact t long) 01t t the upper' deck.

He recovered in good eomlltion from a exports. For t this i period.I there' have been' citizens in this place on :Saturdayeight\ last. I I arm 1"IfI0I1I' le-g broken a gash: in his liend. The lay also inaiigurate-il. the ommc.nee' .

wrecker, and has: at his residence: tin large but nineteen arrivals, the aggregate; tonnage\: His umuks: \\ cninstructivi' :and n<,.nlo, ugooil and the tree 'ij'ing across his hn'a'I.-TIII' iiic-nl of .1 new' saw mill on lhn eaiuil lit111.1"
I' I and handsome chair of the (1''tlake style amounting I to 11ls$ The dl'aralll'l'li were defined the : :South: Florida Itailroad: is compelled' to run .
He ,
: : : : Impression.: '' piim iphsof :1 \\ :ii li'I1'lueliI: with I t I a ,pb'.is.ii| | leieptmnat
used! on hoard the I IVra Cruz by ('aptain'all' six barks' three brigs: !six homier, a total the constitution, and demon-rale! cU.uly extra:': trains' to J.I'I t I'hlllr ihe feight that ac- tilt Waldo House by our eiti"ens: :I to a
!, Syce. Four gold bracelets and a silver napkin of fifteen, and\ win exports as follows. :1 : that; the IIt'III"I'ralh party' for the liberties I mutilates at this end of the' line May it party of new settlcis" from Indiana.The .
also recovered and timber II'l2751'iihic: :! Ii..taWII: UD.s'tl!) : cubic hadgiven ever be t thus.-Smith 1'1.NUGt.JIilrllnl./ ( /
\ ring; were a description ; of the people..e wish that h.' new Cpisuipal: 1 e-hurch i is imiclly pro
of the same forwarded Alexander er & fec-tr lunrtvr. :310..r.OO) !superficial I feet. I his views: on the t.uill. The :'inator grtssinguu'g I niaiing tonipletion.I
A. HIAH: I .sroin .
Co, New York. Kdwanl Van S.ve-e:< son oft The marked. i Improvement! ) uver.V'111111 spent several days in till!' piirl', and left forLc'c'sburg Our !public school will comm.-.ui- tin.1st .'
the late captain, a few days II uu wrote Mr:: is 1I"11'l'lIllh'im'e: the advent of Oi) 'tober, h.is; :l [, on Monday[ evening en board of I''I'EII1'0: KMIV'II.MKNT: ; : IIIIWIKN: ::' "tllHV of \: 1I'I'llIhl.r.XI' .

]o ell s to secure, if possible, some memento kindled. anew the hopes: uf business: men the comfortable( steameri'wi, (Captain: Joe1 I VI VI 'I: ICti( TIIGtIiRN': : OF Til' I11II.: .V HI.VI'oil.- \\' sit .. 'sure dropping! in. "I.t'iry hOIl"ll

of his father, which lias: thus happily' been and\ laborers, and every indication now Smith.-:Mr.[ Peter Mnnroc[ whose ho"pit- 1\' '111I:> ': VM NO. o.r \inrn-'IIIK U occupied! ami more are needed! .\ continual (

accomplished.. The chair will be forwarded 1 points to an early fall trade ami a brisk winter able resilience: i is the miles: west of Pulatku, 'l I \.l i II iMiiti\rs: : Wit II1.1.. in hIIOMUIS increase of trade mnkc.s: our IlIIi'illl'

to Mr.\[ Edward Van Syce by the Western season. t'oneersingfrtightsthi! : + circular can :show ten full grown orange tre-es bending : OF' WVK. men happy! and. inde-cd 1 believe nil :are

Tctns.-The cargo of the lira Cruz at St. has to say5fncc: :< our last: there i I" little clown with fruit ; one tree in particular, ( 'Axrlntthl..111'Idsl1'I.uttrO.tu: \ ,, : : ( I'I.VN- ) happy, situ! if they are not they ought to hias ,
Augustine was: sold, bringing some $2.r::? >00. change to note In the freight market. tij Use: his:l expression: "is 1:1 shingh'd with 1'\ ION, II.N S'r. Mvuvs KIVI: : } :1 lye PitooKtss."
Purchasers from this city were M. A. ibcialynski Freights, still rule firm to I the Unitii I : Kingdom i thrill :Such< fruit and such' tret-H! we' October W!>, ISSO.J ).

I : Wightman: it Christopher: 1111(13Iey- and, Continent ; and. :.Iss. to 40:>1. fill! 10 never seen the IIkl'r.: [ Munroe[ has hll\'I'1\ '.'''it,", .I/il'/'or\ It is the1 fashion: to \praisethe The Convention ut Cnllnlntn.

er it Muller[ Considerable] the cargo of can be readily obtained for vessels:l near by. bearing trees, some of them young, which, t lidetilv of I the dog, ne' nobility of t the CAI.IAIM.V Oi'tober US (XRII(

the .Vim ('ruz down the coast: held by various The demand. for timber is" good, cutters: he-' ho estimates: will biin;. him 3U.KHI\ ( oranges I 'I horse, flic feieiiity ui1 the tiger, the gentlenessof The country elclegates to the county. I tun!'
parties, but notice has been given 1 that ing olli.'r'lllH: } to 1:12: fur IINI) feet hewn, basis all such goods nm! t be rf'pnrtl'.11111.1. turned i It., one; good, and the same t figures' are holding little revenue. No wonder that there is so in your m-wspapci\ while thronicling the assembled: here to-duy, and t-llectoil) '1 permanent

r over to the underwriter by the ::24tli.! For for 40) feet sawn, A, ami TI.t -I'mmi'iltiAdvance. much inquiry about our orange business.No forbearance' ot u hear? organiAition)" calling W. A Mahoney -
last I and father who to the chair and [,. "'. Higginbotham,
the {purpose; of recovering these "ols11', one can discredit the success of orange Monday: my (
,:,'I,. l-'ells will leave again for the coast! on 'Tues Gadmlen.We growing but those who know nothing about before I h.tvedutie, I think you will admit to, the "se-cre-tary'n desk,
,.1.. day.-The vessel bottom up oT( Matanzashas regret to I learn that about four cluck it and! feel no interest in it. A payinggrove \\-ijintfif know amongst us as' the Ursa: Tho e-oniinitte-e on crcelcntials reported'

::1.Ii '.. not yet been i identified, owing to rough last Thursday afternoon the cotton house: is u glorious: inheritance: a sure crop, unit! Major1)( ') vs "rc having pretty good time of credentials 1 1 from only two precincts, andsugKcsted I
weather, which prevented woik mum her. gin, screw and ti.:'nt bales of cotton, the brings! a comfortable support.- 'ilotkti 7Ar- it on tI.." old White Oak Plantation. I ) (hat the convention be 1'\141>1\,1
About fifteen miles from there II forecastledeck property of Mr.[ Archibald Nicholson, were aid. I .sugire-u'ed; to father that we- might have into( a mass meeting. The sug).:I'lhll11":

with the name of Jiriai upon it has consumed; by lire. This is" a sad loss to Mr.[ Monroe. :a better ii''t t'in.sscd the river, and got into adopted.On .

been w ahedashore. Baker Brothers, of the N. It is supposed. the fire originated from a There are !sixteen new dwellings\ "> now being I'cebl/'M'ile.anc-1)alah: \ No sooner said. than ) motion, the nomination of Mr.( JamesMeiillln

tug Ktnulutt, have blown up the deck of the match in some cotton that was being ginned. erected outide the city limits.-Dr. done, and wishing i to sechow: I would get [ made in Fcrnamlina by the Iell"

:sunken vessel off Capo (Canaveral and it has Quincy II>-ral
been ascertained that her cargo coiisNti cif lllllsb* "011(71.Governor has! determined that our fl'vel':4lll'rl': are of a about tutu mile's an hour, he ord.rl'lllIIl' to unanimously: i I endorsed.Tbe : i.

corn, and that she has teakwood>;I She llloxham, (Generals Loring and type resembling yellow and ilimjut, but it take the w'utcr,11th.! he. would follow. I did following. resolution! was ollcred byMr. '

is supposed to be the Atphonur nnd M>irin, Perry and Colonels McWhorter, Yonge! and bits killed. all the same, perhaps: from improper HO, and "rosM'd. in g',, >.d style-, beating three ( Ogilviennd unanimously adopted\' :
from New Orleans to Uoucii,-Ni> more McCook[ arrived herefrom Ilroo\s\ille! last' practice.l'p' to elate I there has! alligators: who swam after fie.Vu had Jt' IIIt'rrl, That there1 hiring sushi, a sini>11 t
and irre-gular of the
bodies. : were found\ along the Iwh-Tlae:: ; Thursday aftcrn.1.. (very ptiparation been reported seven c.-mc-.s' otj( yellow fever hardly lauded when father, hearing some j prc-sent, this meeting rcpri-Mcntatlon adjourn without tutulty mnU.
licmlute left St. Augustine yesterday for Norfolk I having) peen made for the speaking, and u and five dl'ath-thr'e in city limits and noise which made him anxious for me1, gave: lug any other nominatinn.W. .
but the tug ISakfr still remains at St. i fine barbecue by. the" Hancock and BlochamI : four at United States l.arru.k.-Kt'I: of the signal und lill1o\\'( l. lIe bad scarcely left A. MVIIONKV, Chairman.:

Augustine, near the wreckediV<.-Five I i club, the orators w conducted to the place (181{f.. (thin !shore when the steamship (llniliiitor. II.0.. lln.i.i.MionuM\ St'eretury.
immigrants from California urri\cd 1 here yes for speaking! in the Atzi-roth grove, between Ornnye. I with five humans camn, in si sight: and the
terllay.-J. .\. Jinan & Co.' !lltlI'PI'l1100UIJO 10 and 11 o'clock u. in., Friday. Colonel J. One thousand: men could. bo profitably mate ric-ogni/ing; father called out to the 1>- It'7tl.j.r: the \urttiirefttrnthere 1",111"/4"1.
cigars Njrthby the Ihlllflll.'ork upon IfsVall introduced taw speaker! the first employed in that portion I.. Oran.jc,: e-ounty: captain and engineer to git their guns: was dislwsesl| | of in Chle-ago 1.1.'7I-::? :

the so-called: Wuycros road 1 is progressing being Governor Kloxham, who held the I lying along the line of the tenth Florida while the male .Me.e'red right at father, who 71'!'; feet of 'lumber.

despite the recent storm. Iletween" Jesup' large audience in uipi ut ntion by his> brilliant lluilroud in turpentine farwlrw.; the( fieldis } wa now in mid-stre-um.: Tbe captain unit IT Is asserted that the Id-publican NationalIlxeeutiveCoiiimitUetxpendfd

aii4l the St. Mars:1 river-thirtj -four miles oratory and luci'i' |>rc.scntation of his I i waiting to be1 (N'C'lIplc'-A} man named first 1 ami hit father near the ,5huul'Icruud/ : i ( f'IOOOOOO) |In i,

convict labor has been employed 1, and it i is subject! for the pace of an hour. Next: followed Columbus Oglcsby was killed at Wile-ox it | the crew ran forwani. with clubs anal rllilH.to the Indiana ('lIlIIl'tl jU. llidc|>eiidciit! of what
thought now thai the river will be reached General FerryIvhuse sjurch was few days ago: by being crushed beneath a : finish him, but lUthi: in ule straight tor the wa.si.tisi-.lliy the :Mate: I:xecutfvil'nuuutltee(
by the first week in Jl,<,embt'r. Just as soon principally devoted, to national jxiliius. falling) tre-e. He[ had recentlyoiin; from i I .ship and striking! with his paws, 111)11 eutching -
as the contracts for grading the road are finished General "'. '\'. lining, of Kgyptuin: fame, Sanford, and '\li'lI'nt' a fl'w"ap' in this i ; at the guanU with his te-e-th, tried to pull School .\'otlce.TinSchool .
: the track laying will commence and followed in u short, common "sen.*, pr.uticalsjxech part of the county. At the time he met his some of the humans: Into the river. The/ Hoard will hold regular sleet.
be pushe' l forward rapidly. The gradiiiR Illustrated 1 in a very appropriate death he wa-s .sitting on a I't' .; lumr by where I i ciiKinicr then fire-d 1 a \-ry loud gun right; Ing in Fernandina on the first Friday inevery

from the St. Marys[ river to Jacksonville. manner by many: incident, in his large. und! some workmen were felling a tre-e. Oxhfcbywas : into his tar. mid another man drawing aHMketKUii alternate month, commncing Friday,
thirty-seven< miles--will be finished last, but varied exioriencein: the two ''lemi'phcres. in conversation with anther man when I | firetl six shots> up and duw' slathers the l 1st ot I O tober. und! In Callahan on thvfirst -

the railroad company intend to have the Next came Colonc.: Yungf. the llancixk the word was given to lookout. The other l back ; 1 by this time he had drifted to Saturday in ever) alternate month,

I whole work finished and trains! running by elector for this, the First Congressional District man sprang' just in time to sive himself, but i the stern of the ship and l was getting his c-ommeming. ) the 'first Nuturday in November.

January 15, if possible, with February hit as In a brilliant effort, mainly devote-! tojMrtraying O. lenby only looker! arocntl i and ..li.1lilt hind les uu the side to limb into it when lly order of the School. lioard.
the outside limit fur the completion, as money the un* n' heir! iniquity of the move. One of the hranclcM of the tree some infernal instrument with large iron W. A. MAHOXKV,

will not be spared in pushing it through.At presidential frauu .Ii In7*>. Tbe closing struck him upon the hea i, crushing/ the arms! which they made turn round under the Supt. of ';d"'olil.

present fully one thousand men are employed speech' of the day wu-s that '>* the brilliant skull instantly, while anotter crushed 1 his water, hit father a t< rril.lc/ blow between his l'rrna"dlna'lark,..,.
along the line in grading, etc. Two and humorous Colonel McWhorter whichhe hip. In the absence! of a coroner Major hind II-KS on bis 'I"'lly, and! knocked his "
CXiUKKCTCII: WKtKLl: : \ WM. J.IWTKT.SpiriliTurpentine '' .
extra fast engine! with he( and a half feet advocated the calling of a constitutional I.arklllluwmonl'd a jury and held an inquestutxn wind out, lit) that he was obligc-d; to I Ut go,
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convention well the of the the body, after whie he [provided a and the iron thing still "spinning round 1 made
drivers, have been ordered, anal quick time n* as importance Uonin I coiiinion |1..1' ",,1..1 25(2!!.J j}>
will be nude between Savannah: and this success of Democratic pni.Jplew by electing coffin and had the man ;roierly buri''I1.1 I the ship go ahead, and we all! called to father Tar......... ............... ...... ......none In market
\. city. The force of McClenny, McMurray will be put at work next week at a one thousand and fifteen hundred peon dent of Fort Ilccd, and we believe a single:' : and i after shaking his pa\\ for ul oiit five ntt./I-J'It Hand in the seed... 45} ('40 .',

r p"int on the Florida Central road, about a pleinatteitariceandeverything|>a.sf>e.lotnn man Orange Juuiity Krjiurltr.As / ntinute-x was a> well as ever, and we wtnt I'ernaiultntt Itetntl Market.
towards most quirt and manner. After the unnunC1Mh l in la t wesk's free 1 for the (afc-path. Now, sir many liumans .
..,{ mile from the city grading Callas a orderly > pip<-r a / rim K, K.,I>, err.
Lan During the wet weather the men have, close of the sneaking: the people refreshedthe excursion, under the ausplo-s! of the Hanc I think it a brave thing to li/n' two and two Flour JMT burre-l.... ..... ...... *1 51)(8, 10/ ,",
: of course, only been able to work on the inner man at the groaning tables prepared > 'k ami! Kloxham Clubs of Sitnford and but I hope they will udult'tiler'lid' b-tter, Meal, jx-r barrel..... ..............._. (., t (.
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for the occasion We r-"iret that ItetMi l 8tarte l for Oilunco ; as they wire five to one-nn.I be nut uu all I.urrt.I. 11
r highest> points along the line, but now eons want Fort on Tu Liy. huarr pound .... ............. l+ly I
ti minus: grading will be done. -At Chose of sjiare prevents our ..,hili',' synopsis uf The train consisted of six run all loaded to fount, as lie ought to I I",., They fired four Hal'fl. jK-r(1."UII........ ......... tow I'n
t Tlwm sou'li shipyard yesterday afternoon the different vpcet'lies, and present the many their utmost capacity, and carrying eath bigguns und six iw.cket-gluis at 'him while C i'orn, per tu ........ ..... ., ill'A j",
he l in Irving to three of (tier, JUT 'pound........ .. .... ...... 718 -
unanswerable used sjiow .
the new stern-wheel steamer City i f1'flUnl argument tit why attQut'enty.fi'e |>.t+srugrro, nuking a total I was engaged pull .
flutter, j jr |IHlltI. ..... ........ riS.4 1"
ss was sue-te-.stully launched., Miss the IMiiocratk* nominees should. lie heartily of 4.XI." The ladies were all a<< 'IUIIIOI"tt'Y1In the crew into the water and except n singing l.air.l,1'r |1"111........... ... Iitiluy ( I1I
Lulu Payne, ;It: the vessel glided down the tlUPl'ortt'ft-|' rx TrUuHf. the passenger coach acts the gentlemenwere : in his can, he has felt no 'badI'e( '-t fM-r -'!_,........ .. \ 2'hy 1 .ii!.'
ways, broke u bottle of i hu.in>agne at the Up to last Moiiday afternoon the weather i'aktMl: a lu\iirdiiie, ui the ft..lII.Iui.i i !since but nays he will "go for them" the firm Hiid Mn Id lilies. JHT !115)' |I. I (' I > ,|0
En'fed ............... f a'i
bows, und christened 'her with the n.imo hat h.n ii, "cttlwlnn'I bln.fery for five or I the .booming cannon, music. by the bind, next time they m<"-. If m>, may I be thereto tlllllY. |II'r "urrel. (y
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| This steamer is 1J;:! let over all, 110 feet six day with" a ednlwidtrr. : rain-fall. I last cheer, from the rrowd the little "St-mi- see, fur I am proud of my family amiesjssially 4'aiiage--lliuiee, in jriMMl order 4 :fi(4 i 5'
ion iktk, with twenty-four fief frame and Friday was ptr'i''llarly i I 'ustry with a nole" tooteil )her shrill whistle and started !. III)' father -and with goof reason Fair to food.... ...?. : V'((f. I*
I four und a half dept of hold having ben stormy ....ulh wind 11'WUi rcnifiittH-re the lung train and ..llow'4i 1 that *'thou/h, I Hope| iiiaiii <:f your reader will suy.Wbiif r
[built expressly I to l'arfrl' gllt, The /lWII- by some or tin inhabitants that tin tinSth lntaIherpweraaregrcat"!! The manager* unlttM-ril't rnysx-lf 1Ifdlol Ticket+i.1'e .

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re.fur and Mr[ Cru".l"y, of SanMatat. The I Tainsi| wa vifrit l by the tcrest, gale 'h.u I trip pleasant. and certainly nccc-fto l in 1'1tJt.' MIM jK. tbfJUrul.t .


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r"'J TWO }voicns ron UXIOM" ." f i. An.,;,everlasting, chartcr: .tjjnd forever, "for. the marry some scapegrace of a" fellow, whose! Samuel Tuko says- as he grasped Her hand and kissed<<1 it, it was I

-# site } : '*' freer; ,* '* .*' '*. '' name I don't remember, and don t want If she will she will, you may dep11l.ont as cold as death. And, a he stepped outside out,on
TUB PALMETTO AND THE M:>fE--.' POUTHERX Of liberty, the I't llct-t'l11. the one eternal to-I never saw: him ; his chief recommendations And if she won't, she WOIi't, and there's an the ftethere' was a glecm of steel of ,
LADY'S PLEA FOB PEACE IN 187(5.() I sign, were a broken constitution, an empty end on't. and Mr. Arthur was in the clutches a
i He these united emblems -the Palmetto anti purse, a distant relationship to the late So we rolled on, chatting of this! and of troop{\ of the juarll. with Captain Van! Loom
After reading the speech( } of Mr. James G. the Pine Tom Povtlcthwayle! nnd an old title. So that, until we reached what was the only at their was executed, sir, like
Maine on the floor of the House of Representatives madam had stilled, < 1 in which the animosities of the Till 1'l.\/; Tn TIII: I\LMKTTO.\ should II'e' my 1111U1,1: bolster up' my lord's I There i is a dip in the road at the bottom. of before another year was over ) tr \
]I late civil war were rehearsed, and after falling fortune with the broad lands and which runs a !brook' with broad, level meadows was married to, Captain, Van Loom, who got
member I Mr( Palmer of Platt!'hiirg, New York the site. his colonelcy for'his services. l
another of the House had answered! full coffers! of Morbeck( Hall. Unfortunately !'! on the other In summer time, or
in a tone equally tierce and implacable, an wife of a gallant colonel of volunteers in for her schemes it takes two to make u bargain even in ordinary weather it is just: a bit ofa They !'uS' it was 1 wrdtwllfl', they led;
) accomplished\ Tennessee lady, Mrs, VirghibL. the Union service, wrote the following' and my niece was as sensible a girl us beck that a child might jump over ; but he turned out 1 tr\n gnlhlll brute
French, wrote the following )poem, which response, which was cent to the Nashville! ever stepped in shoe leather. so it was! open. when the Hoods ure out it will be a roaring and broke her ; but none knew
in the Nashville\ American i American; ns! the Pine's! reply to the Palmetto : the whether it was true what folks whimpered in
was published : war between them, ,, or rather, passive resist- torrent in half an hour's time with nosy
mice on Lucy's part and a course of alter water coming down from the moors. I felt the countryside, that she sold, her cousin to
We would thank oh for
They planted them together-our gallant you, sweet singer nate nagging; and. wheedling\ on her aunt's. just a little uneasy about it, but nothing to her lover. Anyway she died a miserable,
sires of old- ,. Coming your message from Southern so divine bordersthe I knew the main reason of the girl's steadfastness of; we had to cross by a wooden bridgetiat childless woman-rest her so'ill I Hut, sir,
Though one was crowned with crystal snow Palmetto tip to the I'ine well (enough; she would tell any had done duty for a good many yearsin they sny that ever since that day any! edge
and one with solar gold ; For land, ; thing to her old Vncle\ John, bless her, ftorml\lltlsunofaine, only it had come into who passes' the postern by night feel an
They planted, them together on the world's although our chilly, yet our t'old hand leading them down t the stepsas
hearts within burn There was true love and faithful! troth between my head what 1 bother it would be if the ice-
majestic! height, her atidyoungllugh; Nelson, of (iilth bridge should have been carried away, and if to destruction, and that there in always
And for the former bosoms
At Saratoga's ,deathless charge, at Kutaw'sstubborn I.\'el.f days our harm, of it. If Miss Lucy !should!
after comes
\ waite ; and he was of my own blood too, we should< fight ; fondly yearn ; not so near as Lucy, and J had Just ns we came to the beck the horses! 11Cel the Cold Hand of Morbeck, for so
So from out frozen Northland would 111
At midnight! on the dark redoubt, 'mid gladly our send to thecA we watched hint grow up from a bright, and.l stopped' in spite of all the coachman folks call it, sir, !saving your m .
plunging shot. and shell ; to the brave could do to soothe them. So nt I"
mischief-loving boy, youngsmluire << or urge presence
of the love bear sister
P t At noontide. gasping in the crush of battle'sbloody message Tennessee.The we our for whom every one had I :smile anda I last says he to the lad who was beside him ; What ('ouI I say ? What roulc I tlnk,
swell ; good word just the man, I thought, to "Jump down, Jem, and see if the bridgeis except are more thinh in
With gory handsatid reeking browsamidthe women of the older days were not more make my darling happy.' But as I told< mighty fray. good and true they could do nothing independent' until Jem and hunted obout for awhile your philosophy
Which surged and swelled! around them, on Than dose who ever keep to-day. their I.uewllf. age, so there was nothing for it in the darkness, but nil I of a !lt.llel the We buil'lm}' child and Mutbeck went toa
that memorable day country's weal in view ; but to wait, and they did wait patiently, mist lifted on the other side of the beck- As for Hugh, Nelson, litweut
1, When they planted independence, as a symbol The men of yore were not more brave than whilst:: we three kept the !secret and how the which was roaring down by them-nnd there abroad for n year or two honest 1 and then
and a sign, they of later day, poor girl put up with that. old wllrnOI '! vagaries was a woman all in white beckoning undera came back and married a good, girl
They struck deep soil and planted the Palmetto Who for their love of country wore "the all the time will always be u wonder big oak tree, so he cried out : with a decent dowry, as behooved the transmitter
and the Tine I lr blue and wore the Jrny." to me I 1 say, missus of an old name. Hut though he was
r Further proof of their devotion to their however( time slipped' away, and t the t wen- She made no answer hut kept on that waving a good and tender husband, and, a wise and
They planted the Years them together, by the river of country no' one needs ty-firs birth I day; came, and then, by my :advice of her hand, and Jem cried out again : gentle father I know full well that his.young

Watered with fathers' hearts' blood Than the valor and endurance that signalized Hugh; appeared' at Morbeck( Hall to .I say, missus, can we cross the bridge? heart, with all.its store of love, was buried
our their deeds : greet his cousin and make a formal: offer olhis In another moment he was up beside I the in the sale grave with Lucy Gedge. So now,
watered with our mothers' tears ; hand ntulll'urt. and I need not tell coachman "00 I can't boy, will laugh at me, I daresay, for
In the rich soil of Freedom with And now from war of blows: or words we you saying, on I) you
bounteous!strong! benison a fain would have surcease, that she took him then and there. You hear what she sacs, but she nods all beckons wise young fellows l do laugh at nil that

From their I'rophet. Priest, and Pioneerour And let the grand Centennial year bring to should have seen Aunt Postlethwayte's! to say' its al right. and we drove on. 'Ol call !'upl'r.-ltOI, but it gives me ashudder
Father I us perfect peace. I tloughtshe was going to have a fit, but I can't tell } how' it happened}' exactly, : think of that winter
Washington she thought better' of it, and after a torrentof my dear boy but as we gut to the middle ) night when my child grasped the Cold Handof
Above them floated echoes\ of the ruin and { there
the And let it be a peace to last throughout all abuse directed at Hugh, some (lowers: of of the bridge was horrible crash Morbeck.
Like "drums wreck that heat nt Louisburg and coming years, speech specially' devoted to me, and a general and cackle, and we were nil struggling for .
thundered at That we no more may drench the land in peroration' relating to ingratitude, conspiracy dear life in that hill torrent. I managed DOLL
Quebec, blood mud. women's tears ; and the like, she' announced her intention to get one of the doors open and dragged -
But the old \ sank in darkness; the
l stars lights to shine as Our country still the refuge for the weak of washing her hands of the whole Lucy, drenched and InS'lIihlez on to the Just before young Fanning welt to Home,
new rose and the ) affair and going hack to London.. wreck of the carriage and between us his
O'er these emblems of the 'ectlons-the Palmetto oppressed, soon as six or seven ) ('ar ago, he showed me

and the Pine. South and North from strife of sections shall her boxes were Ila'kc'l-aIHI, precious! : glad, we got her' to the shore. Hoth horses were sketch-book. ,
have |*rpctual rest. we all were, I can:: tell room when they were killed by drowning, in their traces, I have been up among the \(ora\il1
And we'll plant them still together ; for 'tis And. in the future ages, as in days of brought down\ into the great hall ready. partly! hy kicking each other to death in nil summer in Hdhiehel Pennsylvania,
f yet the self same soil "Auld J.U1'ue: ," ('orlc..11, I I fancy she managed; I to fl'ath'rllcr their agony, I fancy, but Georje. Jem and he said .It's the only place where one can
> Our fathers' valor won for us by victory, and The words of love sung 'neath the Palm nest pretty well during those two year* So. I managed to rig up a litter, und catch a flavor of age in this cursedly new
toil shall be ecboed'neatlt the Pine.TllK ; madam having taken herself oil'in dudgeon, made, the best of our way back with Lucyon country" ,
On Florida's; fair Kvcrglades; !, by bold<<1 Onta there. was. nothing left to hinder, and arrangements on it to Morbeck( Hall We got her in and; The little fellow, from his yellow Dun
rio's flood, COLD lUlU OP MOIIUECK.UY (for the wedding wore set on foot the womcnkind put her to bed, and the doc- dreary whiskers: to his dainty was a
And thro' them send electric life as leaps the at once. It was to be a ('rItuil't; affair! at tor was brought ; but it was too late. Apart mere exaggeration of his ) Il'thdlc
kindred blood I II. M. KANKIMI. my own little church at (iilthwaite(e, and, of from the shock and' the cold !she had some sensibilities. If nature had thrown into
For thus it is they taught us, who for Free cours", I was to marry them. So as it would injury to the spine, I believe, and she died boot a little backbone or stomach) or passions
dom lived anti diCllr I tell this tale as nearly a.s: possible: : in the have been too far fur L1rto drive in the just at 1hlnight. without ever moment of it would have been, better; but, no
The Eternal's law of justice must and shall words of my old friend, the llev. ,''ohIlChal- morning, nod,besides that, ;hl''oullnot well consciousness. I leave you to imagine whatI matter. As things were, one was not surprised
be j justified ; mers: sometime rector of (iilthwaite in the be married from her own great lonely house, suffered i that next day, which was to have the jarred on hint The old
That God has joined together, by a fiat county of Durham. we settled that should fetch. her n\'eeroum the been my darling's wedding morning-nnd (orvil town had apparently contented
all-divine, previous evening to sleep ut the rl'CtoQ..1I1111that now they were preparing her for her gravel!II him ; lie had made studios' of the bridge
The destinies of dwellers 'neath the Palm- Did I never tell you the history of Lucy the wedding should take place' from could do nothing but sit dazed in the libra and, the quaint Kaglc Hotel nl.1 the fort
tree and the Pine. ledge? Ah;, well,itI.usadone. ,butstrange- thence. And now comes the sad and strange ry thinking of what might have been and ress-like Brother and Sister and GemeinHouses
ly interesting for all that ; HO stir the lire, my part of the story. It was early in February what was ; but my reverie was interrupted [ which the first settlers built in the
Aye! we'll plant them yet together; tho' the boy-the nights get colder, I think, this just week after Candlemas, as. I remembered' by old Mrs. Partridge) the housekeeper: who wilderness of solid stone, amid which stand
cloud is on their brows, spring, instead \\'l1rIllN-allll light your only too well-when I arrived, late in the came in for some instructionAfter I had now unaltered in the village street, solid
And winds antagonistic writhe and wrenchthe pipe' and you shall hear it. afternoon at Morbeck( where I was to said all that I thought necessary. I noticed enough, to last t for age He had the gray
dine with ward before we started for that she if loth to go, but I massive in
stalwart boughs ; Poor Lucy If you had seen her even as! my II erllg piles crayons and in watercolorsand
Driving winds that drift the nations into I last saw her you would have said. that she Gilthwaite rectory The winter had been an thought/ little it, till she half muttered ns: in wih the yellow harvest sky be. .
gaping gulfs of gloom, was just the girl to make an honest man unusually severe one, even for these! parts ; she reluctantly turned the handle of the hind thl'l, thundercloud, or the pale '
Sweepuof ages, cycles, systems, into vortices happy and to live out a placid, I honored I life but in the last days of January the frost: door : 'pink of spring dawn Here was 1 bit of the a
had broken and it seemed if old 1 1Jlortla "Ah lamb I I knew how it would be ,
doom ; of wife and motherhood without any great up( us our < poor buttress with wild flaming red over it;
Though the waves of faction, rolling in tri- trouble or even excitement to disturb it ; she -'mmtrv, us!! to a wet Candlemas, when"heard her speak of the Broad Ter- there was a dim interior of a stone corridor, ,
I to the !shore, was such an innocent, pretty lass. It was. were to be literally carried out, for ever race and an old woman, cloaked with velvetslip-
Are breaking down our bulwarks with their not at all the sort of face that a man would since; the second, when it had been one This roused me to curiosity. "What do Ill'r and a blue handkerchief on her head, .
i sullen rage and roar ; dream of as being connected with a tragedy, constant dowii|our, there bail, been a von meal, Mrs.( Partridge?" 1 said "What sat on a high-backed bench, fingering the 'r. "r
Serried armaments of ocean filling i in 1 line i id but I doubt if you ever heard of a bitterer succession of mild muggy days with an is: there against: the Iroar Terrace ? dusty: ftrlllJ"of an old violin which she had
d after line, tragedy than that I have to tell you. ])0 you overcast sky and an incessant drizzle. As She turned and at me with a gaze just its case.
Washing up the deep foundations of Palmetto rememberMorbeck( I Hall[ thegreat house you the carriage that had been sent to fetch me half skeptical, half apologetic as she said : I That," he said, "Is one of the old Sisters,
and of Pine. exclaimed at when we were driving yesterday drove up the avenue in the failing light of "Do von mean to tell me, sir-and you Fran Baum The Moravian missionaries.
could only get a glimpse of afternoon, there was something In the air hal a (edge, as a ) may say-that you come home to these houses when their workis
Shall this, the soil of Freedom, from their it in, the distance you through tho tn'cs'Thllt that seemed to weigh/ one's heart down ; a h'arl of the Hand of Morbeck? done, and find shelter and repose. Life in I
roots! he washed away, was Lucy's home, and it has been on my cold, dank smell rose up from (the soaked Did) }'oulenr hear of Mistress Alicia, then, them is: but u long, calm twilight That violin
Hy the chafing\ of the billows and the breaking mind to \'olluhout her ever since. She earth where last year's leaves lay rotting under whose portrait hangs over the mantelpiecein was unearthed one day from some closet
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of the spray ? was JII" niece on the mother's !side for the the bare branches that dripped slowly as the oak drawing-room ? where it hail been buried almost hundred
t No! the Hand that rules the vortex, which I last of'the Gedges: of Morbeck, as. old a family the thick m st clung and crept round them. There rose before my tin 'Il'e a picture! years. If it had been knocking about the
is surging now before us, as any between Tweed and Trent, married Hut the fueling of depression passed away as at which I had often gazed with a strange world in that time, just think of the thou.
Above its hell of waters" sets the bow of my youngest sister; it was love-match we drew up at' the open hall door from which. undefined feeling of pleasure, pain and pity sands of waltzes and dances and song tunes i
promise o'l'r1!!, to be sure for she had not a stiver though the ruddy g ow of a great tire streamed out combine The face was that of it wouhlla\'e given to people! I would
And the time will come when Discord shall you know, lad, the Chalmers; are as good a into the dim air, and Lucy, looking lovelier woman ; but it bore the alroulanllovcly har out, or at It'at have ,
be buried\ in the Past, line as any in the country-side, and they than ever with a plaid thrown over her one who had. }pas, !ed through/ some terrible been common and unclean Hut there it
the orlflamme of Love shall wave above the were happy couple, (!od rest them I But golden hair, came running down the steps agony, which ]lad hardened instead of softening lay, with all its music, sacred and dumb,
breach at last there was never but one child, my niece and to open the carriage door herself nnd as she her I answered that I knewit unwakcned within it. I like to think of
And beneath that starry banner-type of goddaughter Lucy, and her dear mother was flung her armies round my neck, her kiss: well, but not of any story connected: withit. that"
unity divine taken when she was but a little bit of a seemed to charm away all fear. So wo went "And what has this to do with-what 1 could not follow the young man's fan-
hall stand the stately signals-the Palmetto thing ; so she grew up her father's pet, and in together, and before long were sitting opposite did you ('11 it?-the Cold Hand of Mor tactic talk. "These houses seem to have
and the Pine.Hhall plaything and his chief companion ; for he each ether at as good a dinner as a beck? as there came over me with a had t secret enchantment of some kind for
would 1 not put any other woman in my dear man l1el'tlI! the old victorious Eagle; from their sister Marian's place-andtheolder shegrewthe ( cheery she wits: my poor dear lassie, howhappy strange assertion of poor Lucy's !. afterwe I spoke I guessed that I had
boughs! bo wrenched away bonnier she became, till what with her in tht thought of the morrow Her had started on our ill-omened drive found the enchantment. I took up a care.
By the double-headed\ Vulture of Disunion beauty, and what with the tales of her fath spirit was almost wild at times. Did you t Wel. sir, it's a longish story, but I'll tell it \-tnishCIJli'ture of the door of the Sis
and Hl''ay'1'orbIJ ? er's wealth the heads of half the 'o\lllgn111 ever hear of what our Scots neighbors (call you had it from' those who had the rightto l''II-archc cut in the stone.
it Heaven I Columbia, guard thine in the county were turned by the heiress of being fey ?-that sudden flow of spirits fromno know ; though the family didn't much In it, as in a wa young girl looking .
emblems gathered hereTo Morbeck. particular cause which they hold to care to have it talked are back with a laughing good-bye before
grace the brilliant dawning of this'grand Well, so it fell out that )just before she bo a presage of mishap to the person in cl'a.awl gone now, nI dead anti ni! she disappeared in the darkness.: There wa ,
Centennial year, grew to nineteen old John Gedge died, and whom ,it is swn ? I think Lucy fledge was Ami 'ou.wl're the : to my young lady, another sketch of the same young woman
And bear them as thou marcliest on with \when Ills will came to he read, it was found fey that eveiing. The dinner came to an for I don't count that Mrs. Poatlcthwavte, standing in thegraveyurd, her hands ChL"Pl
gonfalons unfurled trlat Lucy, nil was just, would 1 inlll'ritl'\'l'rv. end at last, and it began to be timo to think with her haughty, prying ways. As if I her eyes bent thoughtfully on the
With thy foot upon tho fetter, for the freeing thing when; she came of age! saving! a few of lIWtlgj1'! ; had some way to go, and the didn't know hot t the house ought to be fat gray stones!! at her feet J P
of tho world I legacies;: to old servants and the like ; but road was none of the best! after the weatherwo managed: who had lived here, girl and A portrait, George?" r
And guard thy holy Sepulchre,Mount Yl'r.Jlon'lIlI meanwhile she was left under the juimit guardianship had been :aaving.! Lucy arose to preparefor woman, for better than forty years I was "Yes," he hesitated. I The niece of old
) shrine ; of myself and her ttth'r'lIliisll'r, our journey, leaving 1u\| to finish: my in the old troubles, sir before the '4. and Sister haunt She is nothing but a childbos -
,, For this) is l Freedom's Holy land-her prom- Mrs.( : l'u..tI'th'a'tl', and could not marry glass of |purt \li,f the !tire, when, a* she reached; tlJI, as )'l'It'r.ltll're was nanght but anheiros lived her sixteen years in that old '
,.. fS 11 Palestine. wit bout our joint consent. Ofeursetime !poo'r the door of tin room,she turned and said- to ,( ( Alicia. She was a house, just as pure' as a flower that never felt a
child could not come to4 the rectory here "Oh, uncle, I forgot) to tell you ; it ii is such great beauty they hl me, and her father's' the outside: airs Did you ever H'innoccnreor
( )Ih I thou voice of God outflowing from tho weather and the roads bad
horrid arl'l1) thatI
with no companion but an old<< uachclurlikehlo idol, and half the young men in the countrywere unselfishness shine so transparent in airy
lips of holy Peace, am going to have the carriage brought swords for her face? '
besides, it Iol'l'lIl1'd'rlln t that the hall ready to l'r. smile. Uol-that. is: her name-Dorothea.
i; Soothe( the turmoil and tho tumult ; bid this should; <cns off the Amongst all her suitors the only two whomshe That is picture enough ; the real Dol
" strife and sorrow in sunshine of the race to live in it, so it was arrangedthat ;: Broad Terrace It will save us half a mil('." : ever seemed to favor wef' her cousin, I ly, with t foor of ).elu..... ]hair, about tP
(OVr savannas: bleeped rain ; over this: aunt of h'r'l'.lauul.1 come and live Then she went to put on her hat and _(Arthur edge, and a Captain Van I-oom, her face, is fairer than of Currl'gio'l l
mountains, dark it to which door\ olliccr in the King's Guards, who had Madonnas. .
1 in there' with lmerus eluperoij, and what not cloak ; was nothing me we an "
Send; the glad and thrilling strain tidings, thy She made a grout talk, did Aunt IWlethwayte : went from mutt: in fact I felt rather glad of seen her first ut the county ball, and danced I thought Dolly much l less insipid than

sweetly worth solemn and ;South bend : about tla: sacrifice she wa making;: the prospect ol !shortening our'journey, even with her half tlu evening ; they w'rt both any of those virgins, who, surely, were only
Let snowy sunny up mile in due time LUl'l'UIII' handsomeyoungfcllows, und folks said they immaculate from sheer lack
for the sake of her family, in burying herself by IltllC u so lf.hu There
well !I"
f' .. the shout, "All's strike in such an out-t'f time-w.ty corner of the back Im,1t.. started out for the ('Urrh:;". I had fuuughtabtut her next uiorningbut nothing Wl'rt inexhaustible resources JJr) tr und
And tho heartstrings inusicifof: thy its coming swell our world ; but for my part. I tllOllhhhl' was: in must tell you that in order to get out by way se'rilu"had come of it, and nobody could friendliness, and sweet denim ier, in this soft, j '
!! with Lncknow, struck tho the luck of it, to be; 'living at rack and Hunger of the Broad Terrace we had to traverse a I l whol she favored, ur if she had a fancy, Jin k-tinh..1 face.
(t.h to Jessie Drown at ; ut Morbcvk( Hall, with such companion' as: little used part of the old hou""o and came it was thought to be for her cousin Your Dorothea could bear the outside y
( air of Auld i.ang-yne"IlsvelockSavuthe my dear lassie, in:.tcad of eking out her wi- out at )last through a long 1'L.agI.'L a small .You know, sir there were a great many air," I tU ll'btl'tl
From the Higland pipes the Pine ) dow's jointure amongst,. lot of old tabbies jss tern door, with a flight of several steps of the gentry hl'reoLuut. who would "She be tried, I hope;" sud
Palm and save in some study London street. But to do outside. The mused rooms and the luis-a,:e have liked to see the old<<1 denly shutting the |ortfolio> with a scowl.'Surroundings .

i'od plant them Mill together! let them' her justice, 1 think the woman meant well smelt damp aid musty and I was glad to Stuarts get their own again, but theGodgcs make a life, as a background
flourish side by side 1I1.llohe11'. kind to Lucy alter a fashion of feel even the clanging outside\ air when the I had always: kept to themselves and a picture. This little girl will not leave the
In the JaalW uf our Centennial, mailed in her own, fur I do believenue loved the j poor little door created open at lost to let us out. had never L'1 lou\I'tl'lf'\ plotting or Mstcr-House until-until 1 come back for
more than marble pride ; child a* much as she could love any OIK- but As I went dowj the steps, they were co slii>- like. You \ I the retreat thl''I'I her."
With kindly deed,. and noble names we'll he..l'In'r all, she was a Godgo j ; of Mor per) with the tct mist that it wasall I coulddo Derby, sir? It was just after that, when He went on to convince me and himselfof
grave them o'er and o'er beck, and tKtlleme Mitjt! you know, my boy. to keep\ on III)}' logs; but Lucy tripled Arthur ('.lll suddenly to Morbeck, just fora the wisdom of marrying her. The ordinary
With brave historic: h'eUlIHf the glorious: She was jn-t one of t those women-I I daresay.. down after me like a nymph and we reached visit every one thought and to court Mistress run of American girls were necessarily
tuysof : you havtfsocn plenty of them in London" the ('arriaefd; \'. We had not gone far .\ and for u whole week e'er.thing'tl''IU' I tainted by the publicity of their trainingand ,
While the clear yore exultant; chorus, rising from ,\'hul'an't forget at ratty\ that they were beauties l efore she reacted out her hand care:iiigly to go swimmingly ly between them. free manners. This girl had luu reared
united band.., at half toe age and who! (have managed;; to me. and said! Undo John, are you sure But one evening;: thl'f' came news to, the I in a seclusion equal to that of a French conVent ,
The echo! of our triumph, i>eiils to earthsremnmteat by hook or by crook to get: thoirow. wuyall vim art wrappolup I warmly ellou li'v u (1al that there was u messenger in the vil etc., etc The "'unnilbo. mother and
lands. their lives. I supine her husband: knocked hand felt 1141 cold ju"t now as you belpevl mo comedown from the (court, with a silver son, U-longed to class of Iptonianl
While Faith, Fraternity; and Love," shall under for }peace and miictnoW sake, undshe down, the stops} ? gre> hound on his sleeve ; and then Mr.( ajar) btN on a level above consideration of
entwine never had l any children to \\"Irftoo) she .1 hcli!>cd you, mv dear said I. I Arthur took Mistress( Alicia into a side room 'I (' conventionality. or even birth. I
joyfully cho-n-a emblems-the Palmetto came to .domineer over Lucy with all the never helped YOU ; I had quite enough ado and ho fell on his knees before( her und thought) that tht'r was every probability t
ArouuJ and our the Pine! delight of uavingfound a new pastime. 1 to keep on my ova legs." prayed her for their loves sake that she I that Dolly's history as it had begun like a
remember the tiH'hl'l1 she was ill, and .. Oh, 't'Ii. uncle, dout you remember? AsI would help him, fur he had been mixed up, story in u dlapll'g'zinl" would end in the
'Together! shouts Niagara his thunder- like the obstinate fool she was, wouldn't t came through the I po:>tcru. you stretchedout it seems, in a plot, for Prince Charllt and it same rOlantic gr.ive. Mrs.( Fanning wasprecisely 1
;, toned decree obey time doctor ; she! said that she had had your hand ui.d; led me down the steps was death if he were taken. Soshe} agreed withMm I the woman to rejoice in her daughtcr .
"Together! echo back the wave upon the her own way all her. life, and wa not gods:: 'and it haillute: shiver all through-your that he should hide till night in a secret -in-law's picturesque untl'tll'nt>, more
MexicStii to be contradicted at !her time of life I I hand was Like iiv! Arc you quite sure youare. room in the west wing-that IIthe Hroad I than in a clwlr Pennsylvania Central
!" sing;: the Sylvi.ni hills\: where thought 1 should have choked when that wrapped| | upeiunyh? Terrace, sir-and then she would come and I (took, and would go through society making.
Together< old Atlantic roaN ; sIii'ietluut ; but it was n<) laughing: man: IT, I I I would have jki'n my oath in any court uilt him out by the I-ot'r that he mightescape. out of Moravians, and old Sisters, and Gemoin -
boom the breakers on the Jail,, the mischief she nude through; that I of law that I ha-I nothing tt) do with the The nlil came, und she came, too, '' Houses I halo fur this glorified Ma :
14Together I'iK-itic shores 'u way of bet's'ell girl's safe exit and she would have .sworn I without a lh. she said that would be donna.
wild!J" the people! ; and "todher"it ; \\ to nuke a long/ story short. lima aunt I I on the tier "hit ..u I held my tongue;: and I dangerous guided' him through the 1'- George "Fanning ; had been gonE for 1 year,
"Together shall be fry, j had tinuly determined! that her uitw>houl4 I allowed her taut)'. Yuu ku-iw what >M Sir ?uge>, until _he opened the little door and, however when U-ing i on : ,'hi tu U ihltr.


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j\ hem, I hoard mention of nn auction sale of and right. thing for her to do just as she had :i / 10XUENSEI!) TIM CAUDOF : Florida and, WeMenijUailway to and from 11.lLt.OI1"S

some! old chairs and crockery belonging to n I Ij felt when she !served the guests t with hot tea '-I I Savannah, and all Northern', 1:111'111'rl111,1:
j Sister Baum, who had died, the week before; I in the country inn. She only saw; hint," TIIR Western ('if IiI't !'. .'I.CnnnNTKUISIII I,. Mi.:

certain lovers I of rocroco furniture, bewailing' away off in Nebraska, and little Joe and the .\\TI.\XTIl'On.1-\- ::4T INDIA l TH'\X"I .\ Luke ('lh'ltaih' with the Florida Central -

nn ancient\ duck, which had. brought t\\'rll' )baby in its cradle. and )plenty of friendly SIT ll.MLUOAD I Kailroad to 111from:' JIll'kSol\\'lIIr.-1.:; Only Direct IJiic to \ow York.TIIE .
ly-five cents, allli 1Iltil'rh' s harpsichord people all about her.I I'EXIXSI'LAU: 11A1LUOAD, Augustine, l'nll1tkn. 1-nlrrl'ril'lrol\d: landings
old for hrewllo't.' Hullr, I learlll'd, hall \heard of Dolly's husband the other day. ( Waliln lirnnch,) on the :St.: Johns' Kiver.! t
been carriClI off itv 1culI! I who "charged herself: with thc in Nebraska. His w tf(." !says! my informant : ) ISOI" ::. and\ West India Transit Railway\ and from
J Ilrl'-I: keep. She was: they assured me, is si lovely, genuine \\'oillln.'uf !singularly Fl'rllIIllillHahl': ( \ Hit.. (Cedar: Key, and
"a helpful house Husband, and with !''Ih'IIIIIl.tfor: Tampa\ K't.. t and -
young woman, a good quiet, gentle manner: : lit ifft'Ct: I'llminrif! 1ft, 1880.
.. J: keeper, and the best hand with children. !!"- children and the }people about her till tip Havana.
which is: more than could be predicated on every moment\ her life." ( Jeorge Funning liOlMIIxave llIt'TII. At t ('hathihouemee'thrce: } t times weekly with I : FIXE: STEAMSHIPS.
sight! of any pictured Madonna of :Southern:; heard the story, and said nothing, but, I observed the People's!' Line ;and Central Line hunts; : to
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Lurotie.' him showing; picture I that eveningto Atlanta : I' M. and from Columbus: Eufaula:: Fort ('iainc: \'STI'UX: 'TIXAS: ,
Leave !Macon' ( i.la! I'. M.
I and, her had his old! in the .1Palnchirula, and! other Nicer landings.fif : .
Dolly fortunes died out of my wife of a faded woman\ Leave Hrnns\\ick, la( J.15( ,v. )1.rrll' : : CAIT. 111XF.S: ,
remembrance\ when, a couple of (, '! later Moravian: Sister-House, and heard him\ tell Elegant: :Sleeping; and Parlor. Poaches.11'o4lrutl'tuul : ,
.\ Kernandina: \ \)1. C'lTV 01' n\ II.\S
I landed iagrcoa'h'wIth of marvelous ) Lucas Patt'nt.rull daily between ,
from an old-fashioned! her of some instrument
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dozen other passengers: late at night:, sweetness that lay buried there until it euce Tallahassee: :and Jacksonville.Juiik ('A PT. UISKXE
Arrive H.ddwin. 1..i:! I'. M 1. .
at the door' of a pretentious inn in a country crumbled to pieces.:.." died with all its musicin ,, ( time, !surteonnettion, perfe'elsoti'tyt : of the above Steamers leave
tovv-ii in the Alleghanies. It was raining it." Leave ll.ddvvin\ for Jaiksnin: 'ille. 1.\111':\ M. !' ElMJAK: ( J: VLIET.iKMf : () Fcrnandina for New York wi

hard outside", ; cross women in waterproofs, :Something: in the picture and the !story .Arri\ Jacksonville: (Cum. Gout.p.: ) :! : M.l ) Master Tratsportution.ItUor : \. (to suit the tide). every Friday

whining. little boys in knickerbockers lunch! !seemed' to please his sesthetic :sensibilities. laws' IS.ddwin for ( ''mtar; hey. I.Wi p. M.I This line, having no transfers< to make
baskets !screaming' babies in l'rll"hl..l.. white --- -- -- Arrive Waldo (Junction I'. I 1'.1\! :\ .. 1.11 p. M. mill Oernii Sh'.nhont4.. !' betweenFEUXAXDIXA
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plumed hats, umbrellas and gaping leather Patent IiddiCIHCM.I !' Leave Waldo. I I.'JD I'. M. -
valises were huddled, one damp mass: in ---- -- Arri\e.iines\ille! \I7 I'. MLeave x iY: Sc'iliuUI.1: I !: : AXD XF.W: YOm:,
the whitewashed parlor' a kerosene lamp Oainesville. ft.lSi; !lI'. M. Otters the

flaring tin the mantel-shelf and! a lah', I Arrhe, Cedar, Key. 11.:1111') : M. : I) (CHEAPEST : .

)boarder with red chignon, calmly! playing Trains to Jackson' \ ille and North\ of l.dd-! ,,--- .,-_.._-. tl:1XI FL015IDA) I ) Tt.\ 'I':I.ol1A.: ,
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"Twilight) Dew's"on I the piano. win daily.
nltI'III1'lIh'r to us: -Dolly. Her marvelous IIOINt/ MUiTII. ) caouca.1"I..OUln.: ., j .\ | Vegetables, and Fruits will m'er''ilcrpeeial

\ hair was not. in a frou/y haler! but Leave, Cellar (\.. l.l. ,\. M 1. a. ---___ rcr1Nr1.11N1), ,1t care in handling.PASSEXOEU, .
tucked 111* in a ('ollb.hc:; was ready; bright-) .Irrivebiin'svflle(! sit 1. M t I. : : ACCOMMODATIONS( ) .\ HE!l:

eyed, low-voiced ; she wore an apron with { Lea\e (fi.iines\ille: : S."iO ,v. M. FI Ihti I'-'LASS.::
the pocket full of keys. I knew her the moment .\rri\\eVVtnI'.Ih.I.1umie.( I ). !).ts ,\. MLeave : I 1 > tilt : I
she the door. :She; went The otlind the advantages
opened quickly Waldo! p!>..Vi v. M 1. traveling public are
quietly to one and another. I Arrive ISaldvvin.1-M7:! I'. M l. it', a DIKECT:( 11E1111) T
'' Yes, madam, ; the rI1nrl'\ ready. Ye! I T 1.111: It O AT 1 0 I' .\ X V ANY (C1IAXOES.: (''lll'I't lt.1lk'II'ill
the lire i is burning quite clear. And you I Leave :'tkIII1'IIIP (\1'11111. l'oiite.1l.l."i: ) v. M 1. 17-- __ _. __ _. C _, ,_,_ u- : with nil steamboats 111t1, all
!are all I )back, already Where sire the dear 3 Arrive H.iliUvin: .I'.'.:'to) i'. M 1. 111' St. John's' Ocklawaha, and

children Let the! baby come to HolII) I W ..1 ..IN Leave I'l.ildwin. ,... .. .....2.: P. M. :,..* tl;> > \Indian 1i'l'I'-I.I11: with the '1'rm11rtt flail! .

shall: have time to put her to !sleep} presently. Arrive IVrnandina: \ : : ..... ................. ::1.1111'! l<> MLeave 1. -. \. I road at FI'rlllllnl for all ndlroad stationin !
Ah, how wet yOU are !l'' loading herself: : Fertrtndina: ,,\ : X"i: p.t. I'<: ', 'bJ ".' I 11\ I Flol'lta .

with dripping cloaks and oVI' hllc-:;. Coiuiemm Ague Cure Leave I'.rnnvvick. 1'I.IHI1'( M 1. ..,J 9. ., IJJ' ,' FliEHUIT AXD) PASSENdl'.i: ( : KATES: :
m stairs at once, it i is so comfortable; is S.lo) \ ,." "'I"r..
Leave.Macoii v. M I. ;; .
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almost! too warm there. I shall bring your Arrive Atlanta: ( !:a. l.l'i I'. M 1. "!t .... .." t"/- loW :
supper up( myself as soon as you\ sire! dry.:' Is a purely veritable, hitter and power- Tr.iini to Ced-ir Key amt :South of p.dd-) "''' IhUcfl and Hills nf Lading
One ot the men asked if she were the fid tonic, and is warranted. :a speedv ;and wlnll.\il :Sunday: to all points.
f'. .. chambermaid. :She might have been the certain euro for V\cr aunt l Ague, Chills except XoSEASK'KXESS:; : : ::;:! Xo OCEAN': DANOEKS: ::: Flr passage or further Illi'"IIIIII, applyto

chllUlwrll\\id-thrsc: were all ml'nial.hill)! and Fever, Intermittent( t or Chill l"cvrr 1'KXIXSt'LAll I I KA1I.IIOAD: l :
that she did. Hut !she' carried quiet and Itemittent Fever, Iimt Ague; ( II'IIH, Hrl"1.I 1 L!. W. ::-ioUTHWIlK.I'lt! ,
comfort about with her' and we were wet Periodical or Itllions Fever, and all nntxu. :socilt. Till: HTKVMI'IW'ITY : F'f 11.I i 11.

and' !shivering.Vhat i Dolly's! social rank malarial disorders. In miasmatic districts I.I'an'rallt/ J''lIndh.n................. (i Uio' \. MLeave ('. H. .\ JloJ0.() .,
was: did, not matter to us: nor to her. Fanning : the rapid, l pulse, mated tongue, thirst, Ilavvthoriie,. 7.111.1. M. ( Ol1 nUlnca'I'oxlIeI : I'icr:0 : Iivl: Xl'YII,. l-tf!

had not overdrawn. the rarity or linequality and"lassitude' I loins, loss and: of coldness appetite| ,of pain the in spine the back and Arrive 1.0\1I1.II"a.i .............. .......... s.W ,v. MLeave .\ AVIU) 4'MKK. -

of her beauty. Her eyes: were dark; e.Nliemities t sue only premonitions of 11"1\11:' :xnanl. ri.Oltll AM> 11,11'.11T1:1i11.1' \.\

.and,I blue, and as full of light) as: any mediie- severer sjmptoms: which terminate in the Liuhloosa: ..11),1")1.) : FAST MAIL SEltVICEPerformed :.
vat saint's-but, I protest I they !seemed 1 nu'stbeuutit'ul aunts:: p.iroxjsm, .succeeded by high fever Leave Hawthorne: I In. 11 ,\. M 1. ,tier: l'1I1;: I'AS'f't11:
to me! when she brought; me si cup siiiil piofuse peispir.uiun.It ArriveValdo .IIIIII.tion..I.l 1'. M.
of hot tea or' went tugging\ up the stairs: bloosaand. -----
is: n startling fact, that quinine, arsenic 'l'r.uitlst'i'immmi i Waldo 1.111'1 : m'ct(tint -'* a
With the driver's: lame and( dirty boy in her and oilier poisonous minerals, form tlfh Tuesday, Thursday. and :Saturday.: { .1'\--iE\tlEI: : :: ( v. tvEGEl'AHLEt j ; : : :
..... - arms.Seorjre basis, : of most of the! Fever and 'tgnoSpPm'ifies CONNKCTIONS.ATI.VNTV. ) ::.
(; Fanning was of our party ; he had: .. "
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mountains for the trout-lisli- : -
come \11' to : "Tonics," in tlio market. The! preparations
h ug.) [I' happened' to enter the hall! drip t made: from these mineral I poisons Close i connection( is made at Atlanta.: (!in..

ping in his, : oil-skin coat as she came down. although; thev are palatable; amid may to and from all points' North, Ila: l. West! amXortlivvcst <.it 411' Ilrldgelou. by the new and elegantly appointed
uaill.) a tray of dishes in her hsind. I do break' : the chill do nut cure, but !leave tho : !steamship! ADMIIEAL: ( \ ),
not believe'he really ever would have: gone mal.uial and their own drug poison in daily.AT M I.\I'IIX. II \., ('.,\'''. JOHN) ITI'/GKUAI.D( : according to the 1.llwltll. "huhile :

back to Hcthlchem.) find. his Msidonna, ; the system, prodm' ;? quinism, dizziness: With Trains: : for Kufanl.i. (Columbus, ( !a.Montgomery .. Waits at Fcrn.mdina for the. 1"1I.la111111 1."U\ Cellar 0\ TII''II) morning.)
but this: was not the less terrible shock to him ringing:: in the ears hendaehev'rtign: : and I Mobile I and t New Orleans.: : fll'TL.XTII' ( Passengers: from :-:\11111 I'l\\! by steamer
She IIl.hll"t, one hand eagerly Many people other disorders: immure formidable, tl1.11the Thursday: night Vegetable; : Trains of I (City of Itridgeton I \ allrIIIY"1 p. 11.111\
had: been kind. to Dollv, and I'ISWilh \, H.V.. ; Fernandina or Jut.ksoiiville by i'r
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only one of the many\: lie had been, well :\\'1m'sml n: {'( uIE thowllh1rallitl';:: << ; New York and I''rllalllinaIl'alll':; : road trlil ,Monday inoining 1 ), Arrive at

ES/u' hall. been well, and \\'a'l'I'ry comfortable thesis noxioin poisons from: tho system, !ship Line from Xew York on Wednesday, lit ,.txu1'INI551'1..1h : Key West Wednesday morning. .'u\in \emit
-oh, as comfortable as could' be There and always cures the severest ('aSl':;. It I0.io: a. in., and. for Xew fork on Fiid.iv" al : :! KAILKOADS: : ) ::, Havana \1'111"111IIfh'rHIOI..
was a good deal to do. :She: had not time to contains, no iiiinine| mineral or any thing :\\.1111') '. in.; from Nassau: : X. 1'., on Wednesdav ( : Idltill.: lesive Havana Thursday even
'" be idle\ or melancholy-and she went on to Partlcut ; for Nassau: X. 1'., on Wiilnesd.iy.With Ieml1'imugl'entre! Street Dnrkiiircet) for :Savannah. : I'uKl' West Friday 10lhig.r.
see that his chocolate! properly inside.Jeorgc ; ) (Jeorgia and Florida Inland :Steamboat : : ].. Passengers and shinpirs are assured rive )Saturday mimi'tnhagfund( at

; ( looked. ghastlv: -nauseated.! He its: certainty as freo to from cure, disease is that it as leaves before thesystemit the (1'0. from :Savannah; Tuesday, Wednesday of l'IIIIII'I'li at Savannah\ with the "steamships Jacksonville and Fl.tllllli by Transit

\ went to the other hotel that night, but said attack.: Friday and :Sunday: ; Savannah:; 011 : and! trains fur the North. Kiiilnmd: :-:atlr.II'I'lil Ilul ut Savannah*

nothing, lie was too well-bred to make his Avrn's AceitCrime Tuesday, Friday and :Sunday:: by, steamer C City of; Hrldgeton" Monday mot.
For Liver
moan' over his: dead illusions for the! benefit I' direct Complaints action on, the :liver and NVitli Charleston Steamers! (.S'/ Joint's am Stoaiucr l>iitl lei i'larli, ing), thus fOf'llIl the r-hmltst 1 Pm- illll'll'a
: by "
of the public. Ono could. not but wish, maliciously biliary, apparatus! drives out the |>oi.soiis! : C'ilij I'd!nl) from :Savannah; and: CharlestoiWednesday CVPT. i' 11. WARD), route tl 1'lIil'lltal'llIlll:: Cuba.
\ and l Sunday:: Savannah: : amCharleston'
''F.i.--.f that he would come back to see which l.rllllll\'l1 i these (complaints! and stim ; PASS AUK h ': KATES..
"how many tunes: waltzes, dances and lullabies 111.111'1the system to vigorous; healthy )lolltI111I1'1!: Friday. Leaves 1'1'1111'Olrl'l't:; )Duck) : everyVediic.sdav: ('rtbi,,. 1rchraiou.
his musical\ instrument was:, givingto condition. With :Steamer {t'lnrn "ailt1; and from St.Jtnry's I. and :Saturday: for' SAVANNAH, totu'hing" lit :Savannah: to Havana.ftiMKiFernandina : I fli ril

the very common world about her. The We warrant it when taken: according to (Ja., and semi-weekly to and fnm 1I1t': :-\\'It'K; ( :ST.; :SIMON'S: :;, DAKIKN: and. : to 11\.1111...... 'JiilKi : (mum
landlord and his wife had, adopted her-she directions. :St.: Mary's[ Hiver Ijandings.AT DOltOV, (!A.Steamers Jucksutn\ to 'Jiilio' ; i.sfo;

took the part of the daughter of the IWI1"e.I iivi.mvix! ,\., For staterooms: and tickets apply to LKVKA :

I D,,lIv was known to the public of three Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer &. Co., 11'ith'Praius for Live 4 )Tallahavce.(, am JIt'lilornllein. t(, LD)EX'S: Tourist OlJhcs.Savannah ) .
counties.: Nobody called her a heroine or a all points' in Middle and West I Florida. : are l'OIlIlI"'II'IIITllrllllldi TaiilF (Ja.-Corner(' Hull and Hryun
incdkeval; saint, but the public-teamsters: Practical Analytical Chemists, streets JI. A. V.\ A .
AT MWIII.IMirtV' KLV., with the Atlantic! (Gulf A:: West India Transit 11.\1. I'lt.Fl'rna.llllJoglllolt
and traders and tourists-were only so many Lowell, Mass. and IVninsnliir: Kailroads: and viaSaviinnah : J.Il. .\. L. )1 EI.
human beings( whom the modest, friendlygirl With :Stciimer; Aljilm for all |1"mints: am i with fur H.iltlmorc Philadelphia : .
had fed or cared for when they were SOLD BY' ALL UKl'UGIST: EVKKTWIIEHB.KitilroiHls. : landings on Orange !j ake, on arrival of Peninsular Xew steamships York and Huston.For ..laeks4nvilit''ornerTinyand Pinestrtets.A. .: .
and ------ ---- --- ------ --- -- Ilailruuml'I'rain: ''IAT C'. S : :
hungry or tired. Each man woman\ State'.Ihuo4ls: Ticket, ami all other 1. I'IIH' Agent.St. .
fancied they alone had discovered: how blue UUNKMVIII.K, Fl. \., particular-' apply to the following, Agents u lIlIoOI> tho lu)'. H. F. AU.MSTHON I.
and soft VV.H her eye, how delicate and gentle -- With :Stage Line for Ocala; and.. Tampa' on and OlHces) ; ( >, ;11'111 V0tfTDK
her voice; their thought of the little Moravian FLOHW.CI'XTHAI.: 11AILKOAD. Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday: ; ; from! Fcrnandina Fla.-Capt. J. L. Itotindllat, -- -- ,
HII.nU: SCIIElIht.l: :
was: always, modest deal and friendly.in the Inn J,\CKHOXVIU.K; FI.A., March[ III, 1870.On Ocala iuld'fumiu'u'fuexd.my, Friday and :Sunday Agent( t, ( 't tit I fl' :St.: l'I'hI'll :Second: I anil Third.Savnnnah.Ga. -- :
There good gossip!
was: a ,
: Cur. Hull and Sts.
: : : Ilryan ,
and after this date Trains this Koad
about a young;' farmer whom Dolly was .tTt'En.va: KEY: FI.V! .. ki and :Scre\en House.\
going to marry, but George Fanning was will run as follows : With TamiKi :; ('0.'>4 Line for mip Jacksonville
Steamship .
) Fla.- (Corner' \ May und fine ,. "
PASSENGER: : ExcKPT: ------ '--- -
DAY : ( I.Wf'u"e \\ ) mv .-
stared that. He went the mountainsthe and Aianateu[ and
up Jacksonville ..................... 810:: .\. :M. Tampa: Momlay Thursday :-tll.: Dr. 1/1':Ingle's I Drug Store/ ; A. C, Lanphcre -
the amiThursday
next day through pelting at1 and for Kl'"t Sunday ) { JOIINNJ I % | l'1T1'1'01\1'f}
.. ... 1'.111., Ticket Agent ; A. 1 L. Hiingcrford,
he said. Leave llahlwin ........... ..... !11:10.:0.1.:: : .
after trout, > at Leave Lake City..........................ll&'i.:: .m. :II.Ll'II.C United,p. States and, Havana Fa t Agent.St. -- .'--- '.
Two winters later I'. T. Harnum brought Live Oak.......................... I 1:00: J'. :0.1.: the ; West I Havana% / Augustine. FIII.-Oll the Hay, If. F.Armstrong .
Mail[ Steaiiter.lulmired: f f for !
Key ,
his traveling; museum to Philadelphia. Attached Arrive at !Savannah ..................... Kl.r: r. :M. : Tuesday .\ I'ul.
to the show was a hippodrome, iiiv1uiclm I..avcaVllllnah:: .......................... "$: From
afternoon at I.JIII'; mum. ,
\ voting girls ran chariot and hurdle Leave Live Oak................"......... .r:.Vi p. M.Ix'uve 1 Agents,
races, driving three and four spirited horses Lake City .......................... .5I: $) p. :M.Uuvc Cuba(: and Key West. C'l'ryIatlltllay.: Special GPSTAVK; LKVK: :,

abjeost. (Jeorge Fanning; took my boys and. lialduiii ............................ 7n<> > r. :M. train to cunu'rt.IVith for t the 1i1'IIl'rlll I Passenger! Agent.
; their mother to look at the horses and audience Arrive at Jacksonville ................. KIl." :( ) i-. :M. .steamer Kulfrprbt points si phase of AUll'ricalllife. In tho Suwannce hirer, Thursdays: sit Ja. in. (iencral Agent, Savannah
!!t ut a headlong nice I heard the little MAIL AND EXI'H1'HULY.; ::: .) For information respecting! routes, rate, J. X. ilAKKLMAX: fi rJa<
.' mmac give and mutter, Good God! Ix.>uvc Jacksonville; ...................... 5:30: I'. :M. etc., apply to 11 Manager., rII111'1.'l.tlltI k.IIVill'I'
fallen groan to that 7" Ll'lvcrhltl' House: .................... <1i:1.!: v. :M.1cavc A. O. MuDOXKLL, .. u/l 1111 Ilt'lm..latu: lall-
t.L m has she -- --- - -- the St. :
i his to the I saw liuldwiii............................. 7HO: i>. :!I I.IAuve fken'I'I'i'ket 1I".ll'a.1.gl'lIt.. 11 1\UI Joll'H JH utia'ullllh
Following eye arena and Charleston as
Dolly in Mowing robes of spangled blue, Darbyville.......................... 7i"i': :M. I n I.!. M \\VVKLI., lil'II'1hl't.:; :21 1 1JACKSdXVlLLK S'I'u''S Ill l'ER: IMfKllT..STEAMER : ,

standing in a gilt chariot driving three Leave Sanderson.......................... 8:07: p. :M. ------------- ----- r- From "
4 horses abreast at a frightful speed. Her eyes Leave (Ou)! :>(tce.............................. Hi.'i: : p. :M. :, l'EXc'OXU:! 'tr lllnu
$ were Hashing, her soft cheeks burning; her Ix'ave. Mt. Carrie.......................... 11:01: ; P. :M, : ItAILUOAD.: : FOR JACKSONVILLE:: : AM PAI/ATKA. ,
..* yellow hair ;boated behind her. It was for Arrive Lake City......................... i i'M: p. M.: MANTEat'flttN-t'ittTITlmx'ti! : irrnr, ITvtHiMWhK I 1Jo ;Or-EVEItY: 11'1'INESUAY.: 'M
the moment Hoanerges: rushing to victory ; Ix-ave Live Oak........................... :: 15 ,\. :M. : F't.m., February) :{, is'.J/ ::::; .-.: I .
A 7'allahassee....................... 7:00( .
.\l the next the poor creature had disapi'eared Arrive : \ )I. On and after Monday[ February :2, I lx I. From FernandinuFOIt
behind the curtain. With some confused Arrive Albany.............................10:4.r: A, :M. trains of this p ad will run as> follows 'lHm ; FI.OKA.
thoughts of the best way to appeal to unrepentant Arrive :Savannah; ......................... !J'JI:' ) .. M. tiastenger vi/: ( Air. JOHN ItlCHAItDSOX, HAVAXN'AH All CJAHU/iTOS:/
I followed her there Leave Savannah .......................... 4:30: p. :M. IWlmV FIID.tY.-'v{
when the Magdulenes crowd had dis >en ed. !She had IA'a'eIhall)' ............................. ".'11) p. :M. PASSiXJKH. : : 'f1t.\1 S-Jo\HT: liOl'XD.Ix'aveChattahiMKhee.daily : VV'ILl.1hUN J OX THE: ST. MAllY'S/ HI\ ;
| and> in Leave Tallahassee ....................... 5:1.5: p. M. ut.... 2III:: J'. M, cr during; the ..1'a..IIIIS follows. : Close ('(II..tll"llule with steamers for
taken off her butterfly attire, a gray Leave Live Oak........................... : 15 A. M. Leave (ulncy.................... ...... :i':: iv.t. Lave /ST. 1A1t\ ')! KVKUY: : MONDAY and "'lulvi(ull : also with steam
suit and sober bonnet was walking cunt.oslly ]Leave 'J'allalta."M'e.............. ...... toward her cheap boarding-hou.se, Leave Lake City......................... 3M A. M, I 'l'l Hvl'r
{ : little the hand. l She turned Leave Mt. Carrie......................... 1:14: A. N. Monticcllo ........._.? ...... 7 10 p. M. ; und will leave FKKNA.MUSA: with btcuincru for York l'hlulclllla.
molding a boy by Leave (Jreenville.............. ...... 'H 3S P. M, same days ut M u. m., for CVMP PINCK.NKV and '
m Leave Olu:-tee.............................. 4:11): A. M.tAave HI.IIl 1 Haltimore.uiitl at tol
on me, beaming."To Lave Madison( ............. ... ...... 'J! 2hi i P. M. and all intcnneiliate landings on the river.
Sanderson.......................... ':2O:! A. M. .t'alll'N for New York l'IIIII.ll'llla' Haiti-
think of Every day ,
me Ix.-uve Live Oak................. ...... '.: 15 A. M. Ketnridng KVEIIY: : TPESDAY and,
with '
; Carlo-
found It Leave IarI'yville......................... 5.V5: A. N. FH- more 111,1 !
old friend her out. was so
some .. Arr'l'Ha.ulInuh................ ...... !9fib A. M.ArriviWl'homasville will arrive ut ST. ut r\>. ., litmus Itailroads fur routes North East and
This was Joe, her boy and the Leave Baldwin.......................... 'i"O: A. M. 11. I\\1 ,
pleasant : ........... ...... 055 .'m. M.rrive at FKIMM>I.N *.
Leave White House! .................... 7:0.5:' A. N. Wft.
1 baby wa-s at home. A girl-yes. Sogixulto Arrive Jacksonville.................... 7:50 A. M. .\ Albany.................. ......1025: A. M. On.WEDNESDAYS: : und SATPUDAYH
s hanl'it a girl. He was in 'ebraska-hacl On Mail und Express; Train Sleeping Curs Arrive IxikeCity..............- ...... ;a.11: A. u. will leave ST. MAUY'$ at M::!) a. in., and can 1.1 WiT.CI.AH' PASSKXdEIl: ACCOMMODATION'S.
gone out to find them a home. This ridingwas run through! to and from Jacksonville' und Arrive JUldvvin................. ...... J2.5( : A. M.ArriveJaik tI('hurtlf'l l for excursions to .
a little trick of hers He had written Savannah also Lucas : Curs inille .........? h...... 7 AO A. SI. Through 11dH.tl and Staterooms secured
about a wonderful bit of ground to be had through to; and ,(rum Jacksonville Sleeping! and Tab run Arrive Fernandina........... ...... ;t 40. p. M. Ihrugenewu'l. md al iuliJlatul furnixhisl' at olllce, corner
for four hundred dollars and Mr. Barnum lahassee. Arrive iaincaville ............ ...... 501 r. M.Arri'l iiits of intercut the ( 'ltr
just then oiTered tiny dollars: a week for .... .. !J ali: ali other l><> il vicinity H'"II.tn..tl.
Cedar Key. ..? .. p. rr.1'ASSFNlIlt 2141.4v ;. A. .4.I.
chariot drivers. In two months-there was f'fmaXIHX.fXl'mS.: : : .,, (Duty.) of Fernandina.'I7irougli SOY.:

the money you fee.! Such a surprise' for Ix.aye Jacksonville..... ................11:15 A. M. : : 'fHAIX'-WEST, DOUXD.
ul ( :
v, y him !I'. Arrive ll.ildwin...........................12;.-;0 p. M. Leave JaekNrutviie..ilaily! ut.... 5 ::11)) p. M.Ixave 111" I.tulliiK F. AVERY,
.\llthi-l with flushes! and wet eyes, and a Arrive Fernundiau....................... 3:(if) J'. M.U'ave Feniaridina: ........... ......10 :'SO A. M. hy MALLOItY'S LINE; of Steamer to all
thrills of .. Leave (iain villl' ......... ..... ...... !> II.' A. M.Ixave .
thousand little bursts and delighted Fernandina.... .. ...... ....1050:: A. !M. helms on the St. Mary[ V
m a laughter.The leave lt.ihlwirm............................. 1:''!IJ P. M. (Alar Key ............., ...... 4 :'io A. u.
appeal to poor lost creatures or nn- Arrive Jacksonville: ..................... :2.35: : r. M. Ix-aue Jtuldwin ...............? II' ...... 1111I< P. M.Ixave ('lle (.OII..Hol IVKIIY: AND HOARDING sTAHLIM.:
repentant MagiUlenes seemed strangely fur Passengers for Fernandina and Cedar Key lake City .............. I. ...... 9!I-tA) p. M, L
just then. Yet George Fau take this train. No train from lialdwin to lA'livt' H.IVl1l1l1tlh :.............. ...... 4 ::iO p. M.Ixave made with the New Yurk und Havannuh.Steamer
appropriate ing's brain WWi full of buch thoughts as he L'edar Key on Suiiclav.O Live Oak................. ...... 21.A. M. *. Mark all good "Curt of Steamer CARRIAGE AND WAMlXS',
went night; after night to watch her drive ,\NEATi\a.-At'hialdwin with A.,
her horses. What the angels thoughts were \V. I. T. K. 1:., for Cedar Key, (Saine! ,'ille Ixiive (Srei-nville.............. ...... 4x/:!! A. M.Ixave (( I .'Ot PAS- COXTKACTrf( j'Ot HAULING. tT.t'ou
keeping the record overhead-how can we itid! Ftrnandina and all 'points North and Monticcllo[ .............. ...... Aui A. M.ArriveTolUhatitfv M-ngem. Exeiiniionists: .und Tuuri"tl will ; :
would watch ; ............ ...... 7 "iR A. M. find this uttraetivetrip! Ut
tell ? Yet they surely keep West ; at Lake City fur TalUhawc*, Alb-my, a very W tl scenery 11.1BN1 I ,
IA. ........... .. M tt: M.IA.U'cl.lllu.y. JIH.mS !'tin:. : '
over hippodromes and country inns", as well savannah, and all Points North arid West ; lxiiviTullaha .... A. i is grand and IIligat..N 41,1 game are WAGONS./
as over the saintly seclusion of ancient nun at Jacksonville"" with St. Johns hirer Steam .............. ..... ......lOOM' .*. M. abundant. c.urtsX
neries or !Sister-Houses! Hut Dolly flashing tn. J. H.: MiKLIiOY[ : Arrive I'luitUh'HM-li. *.......... '' ......11)1: m. M. For further Ilfrlllatiu/apply to 'tTIU: f>\

by, probably never thought of men or angels", ; "". M. Diyiinox, Master Traii..j>'n. ('ON N EPTIONS..1t : ::. JOJX ( ) ). ,Dty' Olllro und Stable -First :Strvvf: near
the only felt the was doing the natural Sul.criutenleut. Live Oak: daily with the! Savannah, 2.Vtf .'t'luJdlna. Fla.. Injom t fc>tr *t Wharf "'Hf'riti


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Till'I ] iThe 1401 tlJ I [. iITO I, i iH.I piospvnty'' i: ,\ ( I iIJ. .',(,Ai 4)OA, t.c.i.. 'lO.\. \ial.' itiiii mi |I" "'1"II" \I a' iinui 1 'n(" ., tiint'hi I i"ut.I.IUIJ.i1'10.\ UJ' iuiiics. ;
\lf! ilischargo as administrator' from I the constitution, ; of this State, Article XIV.section (
f : ; :- 1 great ) ).) i i" the ready' resnrt of I the !politicians; < whiehhewasappninted.,! Those/ r

_____ TtUfj( r, 007'OJRll 'u. ls.'m: I thins, but I is idea"\ tire vajriunes; it".Jt'Ii", lo what, :, prove t.alc court that bv Mr.' }KnglNh: !; .did finally ..idtlowithmot II I rends a- f.lio\\s, : and! fhntlitnet ,

labor. Our ,' \ : : MIV./ TinMIOM. |, | iii| <">tinn, any- of the persons! nanud\:\ in t th'1 pensioniirder .'1'lir h'gNature, rfmU 'I'f ftnirrr '!

')JnlftIt\'I"(1.T'C'U': 'I'. i aniiHTciisintr., talk a'mnt' lli.il. and 1 in Florida, I 1,1' their "bare of t Ibo) dend, wnfiati: s I ,- hit' necessary: laws to r.rrir from'!' any!
) : : : :m t : : :a-iI t trust or protit, civil I
of I hoUM..w'r' ,
( I \\'(' are free I t I i I I I: \ Pt :audii-nti: ,', iii-i't i I invariably: I estate.! I Illll \ Mate, mill .

riijht of trinl by jiiry, thejtaben* n>rmt, the! (' t I : '" ,' pit tciu. nf ,enlorcd, peo'le.] by 13I3IHWATIOX.Tho I Irliilllr., ; ,wihllhe! ( ul persons ('(, ) .I'oIht
he liberty of the prat, IIc/.j.,1.m/t, of tjurrh SCHOOLS A\l or of 'infamouscrinio.
and wl.III\'e III t 1,11|| tlicin that' these misera I bribery, pl'rjl"wIIII, : .
: !III' n' | I t : : .
) d I I II
Ihenntnral riyht ( f perttmn/ mid the right* iif I Ratlical: : )party: i in their' platform.'h'inrothat I I \ :op 1 \vlio I m 1 1 11(II I)1'10 1 i reet >
I people HP1 tippiiM-d" ) \ to "chool,, : ; I h t lo interested, uuy''III t or wager.me .
opposed in.liri-i tly, !
)jrOperlfl Pt.It be l'rl'II'rlrll.-fhN.: I I,\lIil'H.K. : the C'onser'u'\e I party': arc I r
xo ( $
the of ediieMtion-, shall 'depihd on aliv
upon ii'ipnrtancc' Which !
) i in ( ielu.rul) Oiiler, Xo. 40, Nov. :11)\ INK. .- '111101.in. i inii 'noil. t.i ilimn olit- 11"ld light dud l
t"l'llIlh,1 I h meatiof, education election who :
t : olullll'I'I'Iat'r
I A'othiny can iiitmld/ l > l'jall'l'I'"I'I. show thai !since t r7 the I
t rise white
I 'Inline' to "le honest and rtijtit.; .-- WI.NKIKI.IIIfAKCOTK. / ply to make it ) superior In t race; can scliools and :attcndaiK has: otihl') ,'. th.school !shall! he a second( ) )party or 1)1 the
the peer' 'nf the while aristocracy.:\ I 1 i such challenge(! or ; but!
( :kor t term.'lengthened: :and 11'1 l'hilll--' ettiIllume I Loan' : of acceptance
is a" likely to I 1 ) I of (lie matter( 'to I be !sine, I is that I has the legal disability shall not accrue until
::: I efficient ; all !sine e I the State : l'ollll'llilllll'r due form of1.I
1 ron 1'IT : dential ,' .) white people have: taxed: themselves i' Conservative administration., In rc- I after t nat and conviction by;
,.. can. The/ \'tlt : tf,f "I'1l! t to Mht'HM), sel oril 'for their, : ,\'
CNi.L .... IILTCCCI....,
noi is
uiihiiugii nave the constitution
in ) of
gild imniigiaiioii above provision
is conceded. ( The .
\ ; PEXN8YIA'ANI\. ( ; I but;, to meet nearly the entire
I exact I'llicial reports!' to !show, ;yet the recentccnsjis clear enough' and broad enough to
I Jersey and I certainly
; of the colored, schools.'
( : clearly establishes! ] the fact that from I .. lt ti .4'1'l! 1 1
FOR states, and l in \ 1 t ) .1"1
1q to"!: ;H: :: V-v j-w-. the: i ..::-n 1;; ,
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH forty to lilly tnoiisaiiM' immigrants havecnn' convicted of bribery, ) larcenyor
I 7 t elect Hancock I Republican) rule under Hart and. persons' : perjury?
and l'Illt.i,! hl'rlln the last ten And limitation i is
OFI INDIANA. !< years. crime. The only
I ) New ''' [ Infamous
State )(te-
Acting Superintendent
) j PREs.nF.xT A ." EI.ETU': slates, vote { ) of the county superintendents ap an examination. of the books of the I'nit.1"tatl.tah. that !\h legal disability shall not accrue
: : unol! railroad offices sho\1 that theII'l.at due form
and! conviction by
.., Tbo I) () ( / until after trial
c STATE AT nm: : ) by ( inventors Hart and :Stearns : .
increase of land!pale!? has been in tL!:: !r. t "
P SAMUKL l'ASJ( ( of Jefferson COllnt '. I Indiana was ; i a few of our county -"l'erinlt'n.1 of law.
(four and the greatest increase in timehutiSt in 1868 in law
years Florida a
. :; AT.1IKUT! IIUSHKLL: \ : of 1I1I\'nIl'ollntr.) vember in every way worthyqualifiedand: : The) legislature ,
\ two 'l'llr.Thl' !' lists of iii" the
, .'IIU'TlISTRll'1' : party. officers ; a large majority of them pawed, by a Republican legMature.made
!'tl'allll.tI11111 I ticket : of the railroads, the above
I J. H. YOXOK, of EstMtubift County. The (' ) t:\ unfit for the and, ot1CIi following enactment to carry out
; '' position,
rt.4f increase in the number ot
also it. The
, IIE'OXlTflTltIl'1', : been J.crr( i incapable of performing their ,)u- low prnv i-ion of the cllI-ttutiol:

j TIKMAS F. KING, Alachua County. strong I) ', i ; i post-ollices, mail routes, new sdlclIIl'lIb. 'ruin followingelasses of persons shall not
and growth of the older towns furnish ti be entitled I to vote :
a way that statistics, of the 7.'i-74 show
ron HUVKKNOR: : years further c\.jlll(,. Of this f->rty to fifty thousand "I. Persons under guardianship ;
ity which
on '
WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM, : ) () ) in ('1'l'ra'ion.ssuming' the !, judging I by the nll'l sources: of information II f. Persons! who are insane or Ilohc ;

.:. give them one of l7 ,, with four-tenths! of the "III.1 I / lie convietetl of !!,
OK I.KOX: Cof.NTY. full :{o,(KJUhavecome"ince 137 able' now to ( t t i since added I wOIII'e) tis a (bribery; perjury, f' other tnfamowtcrtmf
bers. I theannual immigration i rapidly increasing;
FOR MKUTKXXTOllVKUXOK: : : above I.II.IHHI.m: i In I 178-79! :
1 "nI -
all of this under Conservative government. J IV. Persons convicted of lighting a duelttundcaiiiv
LIVINGSTON W. BETHEL, The whole I I DeixoT'itii, ; n.l"r i io| vvo f1..1I I or or accepting
oo uiittb luuiiu? I tiiu sast sending
OF MOXItOK: C'OI'STY. goveminent( t I I (MM} .schonlsr. : :'.. icroasc til over 100 I" jii'i'uuiliain a \\'llOII.;: ht a duel, or of knowingly
I that the Conservative upjiosed to
used to curr III t Ihe. tools., while the imputa party t.c being the bearer of a challenge to fight .
roil CU\HIUY.'III-'IIL! T IHSTKKT1 : schools and immiirration. As (' hnvo of the
\ 'd dii'd with deadly! or ac
struggle; ;: was" ..ed a weapon!
not incrc over I forty cent. ...
.ROBERT H. M. DAVIDSON, per given III reasons! but make only bald,! as erlions. 1"'all'l'ofsll'h' I challenge 1 ;
) OK IIIIWIIKX COfXTY. mocracy i I of (the !superintendent':1' : "a large; I : V. Persons cOllvicl of making, or becoming .

but \t[ r. HaYl'! : of them being ii'itoriously' : unlit ,tor I i! I II directly or indirectly interested in

von <'UXlItf'"II-1-I'tI'II: /) (' : for (them. I (' und utterly' incapable of ,1A 1.1'011'A1' any bet or wager, the rl'lIl w Illel shall

GENERAL JESSE. FINLEY, and. the loose, ) (i I their duties," a:. I the Republican: ) I'l.r'l: .I A suit has been brought against the coiin- I depend upon' any ('ll'l.ton expiration; hut I of prohibition two-

OK roU'MIUV 1 COfXTY. the pressure I : : : !superintendent! ,declared if Hum in I I tv commissioners of Snwininetconnlv, 'bv .il if ;j'llll!ohul the cease loinmission of the offence.l.iv .".
t the touiity l 01 t :: f. \
-::; I by less! : than the county superintendents are t ( will eount.v to compel 011111.,101'1'thai \Miwuiihfoi,oltl.:1 toiinlv I I IsW.(; Chapter I I Ifii":!:, :section ((1.S i.
\ oi
(I.Olt :MKMIII.IUS: ': TIIK: A!>'S.MIH.Y| : I
\'", known as en ronlmis, und I to niil I Columbia: .,."',t"' In, tl.( i.o i.nf nfUs here I is no question but that t the laws of

i JAMES McOIFFIN, : tn' III the t faithful execution of railroad debt. time were"sued ,
'theotiot I their \111 1"01. do disqualify from voting "all'er1'01'
: Fluri,1
l .
Columbia t .1
OK SA!sW''' \t' I'orNTY. i "
I I !' convicted of larceny.
1'111' result I siiwanneo
I country now comprising I countywas
thinigh it is, I total -autitaimit expended: for t the I years a part of I Columbia count, and! therefore The point made 1 by the haiNpllet of the

1011 FOIL 1'LOIHUA. final and in ; was estimated! at ':: I.'io.lil:\ ) ) while I tho commissioners of the )latter: coiiniy : party I is that it; was intended to
I :
Associated! Press:\ telegram: from New -7iS tlio amount of school fund raided I H.t.'lt to' 'itteii'pt to ,"p'llhc 1 ,former, I'omi- apply only to convicted of larceny Shi
'moral i I ,
effect J I
I i m t i. tl lidllu'l! in I'IIYII'III! of the debt.'fins persons
Vork. October 15. savs : bodj believes t : ': :- :: <:sjiM:! ',oott.' S I I is an 111"11,01 stm, aim to.!n. < \ i: .1 t u<.uu cuiiits. This- is entirely an

.\t" late hour tat night t the Uepiiblican: \ 1 body else, school 1 system' i of t the :Male was never interests: the counties in it. hut id
:National 1 Kxecuthe t Committee i decided to hands us it is now, or us well ad 'lo and! I.itf.iy.-tU. u. the t twi. latterenuniieH to its plain words.
direct their efforts I to i i carrying Florida, : North I I I at the, (litre of the bonding old al'I'lr.lll
It is \ : The only' way to fret rid of the law it to test!
C-irolina and} Virginia.As ;: very I .Madison were embraced in its borders.Mtnli.11111 .-
1 Democratic) : ( ; I'rntfitt,(. its constitutionality' by a tmnnjide suit in theloitrtsand
t the Uepublican journals now claim TIMES ItAYK (.'11.1.11J..
abandoned ; ilo mil, !see h",\ tall be" any until the Supreme Court has declared -
since I Ihu October! .. elections, t that t the success [ the I of ,.II'I'lilllt \ II'/ :
% years: ago; as day .
effects," and,! |I question! 1 j about tim. niw'counties beintr'liable t the law unconstitutional, it is the law
Of (iarfield Is: !secured we are at a 1 loss: to understand I lias h i of I the I Fedeial
near machinery I i'I '
(iOiNiu, ] } ) for (heir portion .: 'I di 1 bt 'h'r of th> land and inu't be 1III' 'l"1 A conviction -

what is: the necessity of directing ana will not < ( I was: put IlIop'ralion. to terrorize the i|r currcd by thin county beioro ilivNIi I. 1 I hi fore' a magistrate i 1 who is ('ndowtl
I their efforts to carrying Florida, North (Carolin.i i I cili/.ciisi 1'1' Florida. ; u vindictive i I South- .
the other way t ) ,' I I'i I is like ilien on' th"I'U h eiital 1'01'1 \ 1iiehiimeti.umm1hv with birNdietion ill'riliua1'all'' i is to all

:and% Virginia. I'erhsips they are not : Fniten lal"-Illj"lr: t'1 attorney, w IiI follows reM'oeli'.o shares i .itovbiciiit hit cmi as a cinirietinn as: conviction
will the ) t I j i IIH IlIldlUf 1
"UHUrot' tho solid North ailed to I I ,
as I
and his liiiind
: deputies )
wiiys h in I the circuit court. The of such
with I their :8$,' ( \ : nay afterwards lie lh'i.ll'o1 The I policy
believe. We can well understand' why they ; ; heir ollieial to olra -llI't the
with its :!,' ) ) I powers !same '\\ll.toll ha arisen I. WI'I'II bo twit a l.iw may lu -"I'jl'c of discussion and of .
.should Florida North Carolina and
: arrest cili/ens. These
Connecticut \t'A( I I I states Virginia 1111'lt Virginia in ref amendatory h'gblatol if thought advisable,
Virginia, if they were' willing to admit that as. h'"III'.I; l, were nnly to ,'arrl'r: ,
I to *bo old debt of \'irgimi1iVt presume hit the law stands: as it is amended.
jority, !see liii l'r111 Hlt
do not to Xew York NewJerey ) ,
they expect ,
lomiiiiinitics and
carry peaceful prevent
I the of the The has his oflicialopi
prevent their I ;
and! Connect iut. 11'1,1 1M78.I : from having their rights. Only' ui I ')' i is tl county commissioners "ion to this: effect I the law adviser of .
: This: new move indicates their wellfoundedfear I I election were men si nt to t hit' elec '
of counties basis the executive who has his oath of
tug for
I t the I) new a levying t their ( sworn by ,
that they have really gained no groundexcept '' and, under instruction: *, threat ,
sional seats I I of till tax. otliee: to see the laws: ( !
\ the moral effect of stiffening up the bullied inspectors of election, ami Illrton Xl'cutt .
House of : I
; weak and wavering of their own party. So : I of the rural districts I they but too (IXTI-SO UTIIEKX FL U.l.lJll.'fho CLOSE STATES .AXH. COXailESSSIOXAL -
ocratic. The ::
, ;., far us we can judge, tho defeat in Indiana ' This game is: to he played l New York speaks: out in no DISTRICTS. S

by a slender Kepublican majority has only certain members.for but we hardly. thit.k that ihe present uncertain manner lf'rlf of the anti-Southern Nevada, at the state election of 1878, elected

-k nerved the Northern Democracy to exert States' attorney, who holds over (hav 1 t the ... Kinkhead. Republican, for governor, by a

r \ their full fjtrcn th. The registration! of twodays acts hone.with Mr.the 1 twice rejected as: incompetent). will flummery In a few lt Incisive Republican"l'lItII'l'i url.r.it covers: time majority of 0111)527:? and the ItepuMiean \

: in New York and Brooklyn has not Itisbee! in getting up groundless und member of cllgrl'Sl by 680. 5
I whole ground Whl'l it says 'lime
the )hearts of the eight, leaving HOllt'r New Hampshire for Head !
encouraged nt'publicanULllIlgl'r.J in California :- prosecutions, or that Major( Durkec !i whites nrl'II'rin' whol it is not decent gave Republican .

: as to tho result in tho pivotal state doubt. ]': a tOlllof desperate! men. I In any I fur other Americans to sj.Mnatiiis| I robbersor 1 for governor, in 1878, a majority of

of I.-w; York. Itiul .i;,
jn-oplj< arc now forewarned the ) :
designing scoundrels, ; that the South, t far S
The whom colonized and Democracy a !: attack and but I Massachusetts in tho Second in
negroes: they we have no fears: ll-trlc.
I from I being impoverished, l is more increasing
voted in Indiana went from North; Carolina of Louisiana registers and inspectors: \\ dotheir rUllIlr 1H78, gave the Kepublican member con-
in wealth t and i general prosperity)' at .
The !
and have taken that much out of the col. ) and take their law from the uttorlH' '. n'11 majority of only 2-JO, and in the Sixth.
this time than any other part of the Union ;
orl'tl"oll' of the "Old North State." gett says ( rather than from an anonymous cir district: only a majority of 113. .
that its white population made solid because
They will not bo likely to accomplish Ohio; being issued in the dark and clandestinely time Hayes administration, wal has kept or North Carolina elected, in 178,ole Republiean ;

) much i in Florida if the Massachusetts speakers fraction the I teil. I to congress by a majority of 51, and '
put in the in of the
l"l'll'rl lmn. )
If it 1 ; many
i relied Florida be was a ; I another ) 881,
to }have by
are upon. sure, cli.niged: 't corHiral's| :M'iail'; ,
,be i; Southern States, plae-, .I honor asj
under a Kadical returning board), did) count a lo\U1l'ry now a i part' of tl.e elections.: I"1 S S
j of notoriously :low and
profit, men corrupt TUP war for the Union was successfully
out the )Democratic electors in 1870 but that
; Aftt. closed 1 than
j character, long concerned under thoprcvi'Mtsadministration more fifteen 'Clr ago. All
cannot 1 be done again. The canvassing board! TltinVXEfS SLAXJtElt.
We \ our people mu t share alike in
I'r I in thosiMJi.'ii: "I t1,1'I'"illp" \
IIt'1'lllrl,11will see to it that the votes legally with : I I Tribune, on the eve (If the election, I 811 r ju'rnl'I1 \ of the Union, and are equally S
concur ( of those states and to ask anon
-\: (cast shall 'be counted.POLITICAL. ) an outrageous! !slander upon Mr.[ I 'I.rl'Il its perj>etnity, and in the proper
the New \ l ...t Southern lan to, join tho Republi'-n. administration of public affairs. We are in
: :,; claiii'ng: t that over th'rty yeais ai: '*
,; bl1i : party is, therefore" to ask him to theasMiciato II Mate of profound' peace. Henceforth let it
-{ LYIXa. I utlirin ( ;j: 1 U j j""t IIlIl'-I\\'l'lflh of $the sum that of known thieves and 11t'111: IK; our ,mmrje. to cultivate sentiments of
k loiruptiniiMs.
\ T.e: 'ultUlIlI1I of the average Northern )political tion I is II. 1' lIg1ih'olll't.te,1 on fraudulent frit-nd-i I', .1,1Iot animosity, among our
.t mercial administration from t the Tension fellow cit '- i. Our
-wi-paper, if they retlect tho feelings" and! progressive, lateral Intl't.t'orle

snd temper of their readers, indicate a very shall tion of be those refused tu pay to the j'ers>
1 (i-ad: state of feeling. To maintain their party it, or shall be I entitled to it-bis, own blood I rela .\ application was made to Judge P.latihfnrd of the public credit, tog'tlr with a

I and put in his >ockct, where it is wist? and economical of our
in power, they appeal not to the principles iclnae fhure in } to notorious foruitalfea.amiee
: II n'Ithe
antecedent ]a\ll..r o"rtll'lItaleXlll'nditun', should be maintained S
or to the policy of their measures, but raise them or entitle I in Otkl'. I Davenport in hi. in order that all persons be protected

t the cpoctro of the "P.hll"outh," painting Iff mid correspondent from Indiana answer said) that his: instructions had been in their rights to the 1U'of their

the Southern) people' in colon of the most Now Ut us telegraphed : sanctioned! by Judge Woodrutl!, Jul! l'11atdlt'l'r own Illutr'he time has come to enjoy .5
dition of latest of tho I is, the substantial benefits of reconciliation. A*
eamjiaign story season
: hideous character! and attributing to them This hisj
, M.UXI: ) voters ; '.liur vearsago: W. I I. 1nghitiithie | : predecessor. :I'l1 one people we have common inll't.t. Let
S S tbo most t I\tr\l'illll.,1l'oolgll'l! ; and yet there I is tho outside : candidate for \'il't.-I'rl..iJ'n-- j ntUcial' neck. I mc 01 tho instructions given us l'll..mrngt the harmony 01.1 generousrivalry

probably hardly a manufacturing or agricultural ) \.' pension udminUtrator of his j by Davenport to his subordinates was that among our own industries which
:20ou( )
are w revive
t community at tho North which doc who was Ih.'iolow ofa revo j "r..', willsco that | i-ihot ah. wed will our languishing men'bant ma
and have under Iollllll"l rine.. extend our ( with
; IKMIMOIKT.- and the plea of
not derive "some benetit\ from the trade end i 1./ ._..-ter au>I tu lake from him his ixrtili- assist 'ommt't'e. fnrc.mla'i"u
Mate, and :? .')'. has dci'i.uidcd the heirs of their ,, our men -, II.ulf.lul I'
th, products of t the I"IIUlh.rc are not too P 'rJ and poducers: to .
teN! who! own ever 'iIi' I' 'I his is the substance of v on. Juiijjo Hat(' b> 'his I. tul.l- develop our naturlrl..ur'.l
i ad tu trado with to sell sewing machines: I '' as, it up]>carcd. this morning in a ; unauihurize' unwarranted an >and increase the prosperity! of our
S ) .. 1'1wnl
property .pie.
II). carriages, saddles, )harness: shoes cloth, ( l.ul'I\u..i.! I in the Cincin it. Tins li
tS. in"iu- iiiucu severity on ticS
white I :!<; Such a .tory. p|'earing;; just Public oflice i is a trust : not a bounty be-

agricultural implements, patent! medicines, txx) white : :: an ehvtion i is not likely to I....' l 111_'- S list i iii will cut down bo lof1..II'lill lj fI sto\\ed UN| >II the holder, no incompetent

sMtds) matches, a\e-hcvcs| grindstones, etc.; the .. ..., es-|..fially as it is 'known that M-( I 1 1'.ivc'qMirt and his< satellites and prevent: 101-1 I or dishonest! persons: should ever be intrusted

find) (hey seek our trado. hut wo are not lit 1'.1." ) ; ,I bus ,,.h\av. IMVII able lo pay and lision which would uiiiervvisv have mmI with it. or if appointed they should behirlilithithy .
erty, vihuso have hen made to 1'11tUlf bal P'\ i ejected. The basis of a substantiai. .
to have part or share in t the government.We of bit unauthorised
any out )
an -
ries, practices ; : against him and it is nut at all pro- lru.til'll h'i.'n reform mu-t tint .
bavo no candidates in the; field' for then entitle I *lieu ti ..l.ti" if just, would have re I be I iople in filling the
or I I .
urh tiftttv* of the government ; wo liaro thir.y, ir years without liring 1\- T"1'J'' uW':' r U-tiv, otiuvs : if tht'\fix u high standardof '

ecu robbed plundered and defrauded by would have In I Ilti' a-.... however. Mr. ]-:nglishu I One 0:tbo practical joke,of the day i I', the the'1lahtl'miulI" for office, and, sternly reject .
over the! ; I must evidence of the corrupt incompetent the will
l"I..ih'c al'
] injus "
S men "protected .least by the) !party in )power; State. falsity of the fluiigtf: jii.ide u;.:iiiii..t I i-Iialkin.'in l4mblie place'of the my: ticiiuniIversS.1 Kdcciin! governing the action of the

,ve have had our Miles cmmted out at tho J.t'th ( being m less thlI.hl' rivcipt in full I '!'. We learn tha 't i i. a puzzle with crvant whom they' intru-t with Il'lllntin: I

,,If-auro, of Radical returning lioards ; weliue )" one nf the heirs in 'question, attested the fol'! I'.ItIg &olutioin-J, ::m.. '>. ailihel I Iklwt'r.-\I. I II IXC '. I

thrown our influence into thl.Iot'all' for are, it is "' : rl"IIn..n.lt'itll.| .. .'l..., and! his M.ttU- makl'11. Th. TV url J 11 letters in l.d I'.I\ I
publican \' with and diM-bargo by; thecourt grant ; IIaipessu'IhUUilti' for ., 'ol'fmbf'.
c ,.e ccfiil: bcttlenient: of great wrongs; and niKiritt vi>ter" I letters of administration. It wttuld : lirablier. Theame number of letters i in The No\ ember llu\t is an admirable I

S, hn t'miit I of it all 5 iot that we are lied ulmut bywjjolcale 1 in the, t" : to hut! a i-hargo with wviniiigly tes> "lt f !olver tru.b.-t 1"tl'N..ll.\ \\ 'Crolit ..., The artielcs are all of inter<"' .and! S

and by retail, Hi" with a drcnni:4 white ta-Io| l I ...>. )(ohi.r." There are I 11 Utter in "Jall' the illustrations ill the h t-tyle of art.

UHVJihd) '!,.- without u t irrnliman'e. Notjuiitirj'art I tax-iwyr : | ) :, -. t'uTfibmii' wa toixtil to say .\. t Oartield," ulI.11! lrs un fl"I"ir.1 l tosnll I 'hl'I' are some 1'-\qtiisIre/ht."t bits of laiuUcaj- '

i L to It' found! III the :Southernprof \ I ing to }Ir. (: JI:.tdF pulilishes a telegram from In- | "Chester _\. _\rlar: .' The um of given
time of all I i issue in the \ i |' -. iinUHlyiiiL'; M(r Kiigli: -h'" tie },. iw "x ., ., ..II.. ..! t ', .I\.II i I.t to' iu..tr.tc article on Wbtlr
or iKtiplo, Time, adjuster fur tilt. pHVH i I I | | ; : liie |...1.>iuti limr;;e* This ,'1111... M.i -. <.. : :- ttti.i 'he Mt-ui Ii. .tu .utuuni
us justice at the i I I .. I :, .,. .ii; ... .'z ., .
doubtless give CollklinjjV ( 1 h S
Ilthl "*. will i : 1:11\,1; .\ per* inuiifjrtxi t i-tural. art instinct \vmii, 'li, m. \'i..w\ 'ini, -I
5;f \\v, ..." 'roviui, d.-i'lv'! In in, dinl! it i I" ; 5 UK t; '

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"ija.'h/.i.,. I limn Hi .|i.l,| UH I., (1',.,'''' .. ., .. ... ...... A'i i OUiv i'IUUii
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1 We are troitirly 1 inclined to make the 111... I j flll'l' 101l-k him to become the. aso: <'i.\te; nfI I II ._- -- I J ) Ii. ( .
article I known thieveand\ t : .nptionNts. The
joined( : nn orange.: culture -laimatter. \
:= "Iit'\%' voters"wonlii 1,I flllther' be told. (that roie SALT.: I AT TIII: rort'i.iii nn,' coons not"si': OF
It i is ;
most t iiceuratino /ain 1 I the.. l.cpiiblicati: ; : loiideis! in the Noith' have !
coincideitl: : mr' "1\11 cxpcvieiicappended ( ". I \ : tli.it, they have useii, us their duel ..+......... ......... ............... ... ..................... .4.t : .- = Jl.'y.- T. r--XTDD tl--= .--.
and. ohxci: 'Vjitinii.) 11'r hav ,, imtr'! I 1\\political, strk, in trade fur I he last t eighty; '!+ I Ii __t'-
I years abuse of "the :-;olit hi" a community. :
.. to HIII.c of the replies, wheree dillcr; Iron I i that they h.ive spared no' art to (force" the; i isiitAiiii: : norm: I

thevritcr.. .1..1. Cuitis.! ofS.iu Matco., Fl.i.in ? I, S'utther11'.Miles:the;, : into united opposition to :++...........................................................tt i l DRV JOODS GLOTHIXO) ISn'l'MINI) ]) SUO1&,
reply i II imiimcs|' ; ini; lc I by :NtntnHChambers : Ripublican\ (parly, with the open" od.II I
says: : dli-ut,, I'Illpo.,. .f! ::1.,11! i,||._ :.1 t.i l i, I I ;. '., '. j). ,. PUlatcddiretly' ( oo I the Il.ulrraJ.11H.11I'lih1.Si' ; ) ., ,, .U1't: .\\U: 1"\\\: ,"ous.
i: all'\\ and nursed by theins, hes. (to I keep\ alive I
In replying to your IN t of" questiuh| 01 : sectional:\ (car and hate in the North. 4+...... .. ......... ........ ......*+ rpllF.: I.RIF.STD: ::; I Hisr: STOCK( TO :-:1'J.1.c: : : .I' FR-ivJ, AT TRICKS; WHICH
Crllll culture in Florida I have the IaOlllol', The be *
: 111'\\ further told
V [ 1 1"'JtI.teI1I.Jt.I.II' : : :i .
IN OM I: OF TIII: .\\\111' ;
to state : that I when in i HTit, 1I.1i...puttedelerlinlthred-I ; .......... : ........... .
7-VV: *<-There I is! no Might similar to I thn ined tin-country with civil war: it:1': < the ,' : OP FLORIDA\ i: : -.'(' |hil"1\'I\I", \ \ ,"t,i I'11r1..INI) \VI> 'l IU: HJOOltS receiveil l weekly.holes.ile .

which is known us "pour bli ht"' I that licit* !'olil"ulh, ,:; by its representatives :and. Mnators +:*.....:.............:.......PARTS................. ................It r.<* \\' ; :and IMiil: :. Onler'* by mail ren-ive \prompt attention.v .
the oraiv-'o: tree. It i is eveoi'diin-lv. h-irdv' nm'bears ) : m congress; which. saved us !from that ++ .n. .1 < u> v !I.' CIMVntre" !M d Tbii-d; l
transplanting well, awl. I may: :<;safch calamity; \ and, by its voic.s ami, t""" For >articulars address\. : :> Walker; Sh I 1'1'1. ... .v I. i* t I' i. ._._ernandina, Fla.SANBO11N .
say there In no cultivated! tree that'repay. fluid patriotic course secured.l 'tdhllti+:, l
generous treatment' equal' to I the' orange: tree: I most': il.igrant WI'III1IIU.1. outrage) : I'I'\IIII\l'1, FLIIIIIt.IIHJ:01 l:l l : i, I
1:;n"'ii't' t It \ of: YI .r.v 1'.''...'.' c.'iirr.":... ;'!: + tlii i...". ri>c"i'i '.', VUtf t..r"\iIl'I.\ Fin. : & HOYT
the frost injures more than: I'l'il late;; tender" ;. ; h'allprs'IHln' made: of (that has been on the - --'-- -- ,

growth. The freeze of Uccetuber,1ill 1 < killei one hand incessant: : abuse, ;and. on the other Till': FI.OKIIIA SKCOXD\ STRKKT: XI'\: It (CKXTIIK,
to the ground young'igunmly, grow ing trees the rewarding.\ with ollice at home or abroad:
in some localities; $, but the 'pat season they of every Republican: : rascal: great: and small, VVIIOLK.OMK .VMG11OCE1IS 11 IPTIit{ ,
have fully recovered. mill show no signs o 1' who could. prove' that he was "'",'ern11( in FAXD) AND DDIIUITlocmll''Y: )
having been, injured.. Once only, I believe, the fraud which placed .II'. Hayes( in H..: ClLAJNDLEllS
within the recollection/ the "oldest: in- White House.: OFFF.RS: S1LIL3 ,
habitant" IMT: havc the lar e.lJl'al'in" The IIl'W voters", w..uld I be told, I that t the I
trees been killed by freezing/ and, then i in "Iolhil-lolllh." while; it is an injury to the AND UKVI VK.S: IN

three years they had :sprouted, and were Southern states! 1 is in no possible: way a danger tJoo.ooo'r.11!' "' __tit "' _tit. ._ *" .. ._ .
I "'aring Thinl-again.Opinion is about eiiually divided. iticians to the who country l.ry'Ollt; that that I theRepublicapot.it is: \ a parcel\ : I\ of Of the iiioft: HAY I I I COIIN I I -OATH I I IIIU'u.1 I I _'.un! i I KTC. I

as to whether orange trees raided from tin denlmagnesvhonf! \ no "IH'W'utl'r" oughtto .-- ",--- .--", *--- '" '" f'

sweet seed. or sour trees budded made the waste: his time in listening ; and that I A'Ci':4IBLI'XD( ::;: : DIMRAULKVI" :: : : .
best groves.: The usual: custom is: to plant (the South' \ will cease to be "solid" the moment ---
an equal number of both. The !bearing.ir the Northern Republicans: choose: to
trees taken from the wild groves and. budued lo what decency dem.uuli, : cut adrift 'be \ '< IX TIm: A LARUI: STOCK OF pnixmnnALWAYS: ox HAXD.ciRLINGTON .

to sweet will give fruit three to four years raft of thieves they have maintained in the _.=-.1!:! u._ __ ___ _._ __ .._. '"
sooner than those raised from t the \\'t'dficrll South and oiler 'alliance: on ctpial terms S'r.1'I'FOI': FLORIDA) : ,
and,I for the first live years: of bearingwill to those: f "'. of brain- and character. in. the I NURSEUIES.
produce u larger crop. My own grove I !' .;,;:. It. itO c.I.', t 11.l f... .' I.i : ..Vv*..*,? **-"l'" ..* .. .S..J "t a rtttt.: ."l b.t,,
now eleven years! old. i is all of this kind except I -i:. uld belon':; to (the Republican' party' hilt the pir'. :leaf "f selciti..n in. parcels of 10
f whom like J. M. 1'." Indu.striouslykeep
one. The sweet seedling was: oiu;,ye i men acres or more. These lands are IlIl'atl'llllll --
old when the other trees were set out ainl out by their abuse.
hudlll'II1l1 has borne three crops less than: Finally, the new voters would be told .not. I and adjacent: (tollieli I 1 n' 111'1 the 'UtH.It.1! S1-)II.TnCH.IC1.'UlIIT TREES: HOSI.S, I>.:(:.D-
u hundred each while the budded trees to alarm themselves, because the country i is
have borne seven crops ; five of these cropsL'rrngell safe, no matter which party shall cuccced inNovember. I ATLANTIC, fSFLP; AND WF.ST::; INDIA) 1'orsnnd KYKUcanix: Niiicirn.siiiMi FI.OWKKIKC IIANTN.

( from /live to :six, hundred, and last: TRANSIT (CO.'S) R( R., .
season the! average was nine hundred to the I --
tree. Southern Farmers Monthly. extending. from FF.RNAND1NA) ..u the Atlantic -
l .eil: :i.. cnoici): VARIKTIKS:! iinddvd orange, .1'r..1It MADF: A SPECIALTY
This excellent agiiculluial u.g) "v App: >
NOTH.: -Most[ new groves, unless in (the I lu CF.DAR: ) ;K 1'\,111\: the. 0111'1'lIaol.1 : ,

vicinity ..flar'l) sour groves, are planted, out. creases in interest and value. The Octuot.; thus nllording to the producer cheap\ constant --

with seedlings about four years old. If carefully nuinLor! contains many '::iluii"e: |! trli..I* ill unit spill,, transportation: to the best: .
the agricultural, horticultural and,I household ," Send for \ Catalogue.
transplanted and well cared for they : markets.The ;;21 Ih'lI'riJ.\iw
illustrations AI.IIF.ItT I.JACKSON.VILLK. illi)1'ELL.
The are
will not be put back more than a year by departments.\ belt, of country traversed by the Transit

the transplanting. The great number of excellent' and the typographical\ executionof R. R. embrace. Iff PLA.

the work admirable. We commend it .. --
nurseries make it easy: to get all the trees -
heartily to our Florida readers. 1.nltY.nmTY: : OK SOIL
one witherlwo'thThe .
___ -- 1881.
usual: distance for plantingthe u to be, found' in the! State, a large proportion' 1880.
trees i is twenty feet each way or 100 rolOMNloiiHl! and Business' ('ardsIr. being' peculiarly adapted: to the culture! of 'THEFLORIDA
trees the !S veetseedlingsare, -
to -
acre. : planted ----- ---- -- --
from three to five vears old in roves. Theagc AKTIIIIK: ('. FOItl>, Slati: -TBoru'.t1. Pwnsnnd l Early VegcJables; ,
of some stocks taken from wild groves is not and Tlif Iitiryc: Comjmrt lt-nlift./
know make these handy: worthy of ('.11J f'l1. EX-
The distance recommended by the best DENTIST AMIXATIOX by manufacturers of LVMIIKRxn
Fourth St. bet. ( \'lItrl'ulIlIwhua: ,, MIRROR
authorities now is thirty feet each way, orsixty N.vv vt STOUKS.

trees to the acre. Less than this will 48 tf FKRNANDINA..\
not allow sufficient space for full grown NKW: &KTTLK1W::;

trees, when they reach the age of fifteen "']f. It. C.! IM:ItVKK.:
Pun ba-ing: laud: from this coi'ipany: are furnished

years COMMISSION:; MKRCHANTCESTRK with mtirt frre jMiKKtuje 1111> the! Transit .
ST'EA.1V.t =
time for budded GEXER.\T.
Fifth-The t required a or _
Railroad for( family and personal: effectsto
grafted tree to come into bearing is three ST., JJEMI R. It. DKPOT: !
y' 'caJ':04-ulIler: favorable circumstances. two the station nearest the land }purchased.TITLK .

years. FPRNANDINA.: FI..\,. : f'O II'LJo'fI': :, being derived 1 by
.SY.rf/i-The yacht ut'u tree when cominJ.tInto
bearing. is from /fifty to one hundredoranges Hay, Corn, Old"' grant from the United :- '!' and purchase! t.
(' to the amount of bearing from t the State of Florida.CORRKSPONDKNCK.
I should - --,
surface and the increase thereafter -- ----

}, say, was about, one hundred each year until Contracting and Ilnllding. : : ; SOLICITKD.Descriptive : .
it comes into full bearing' and then the average --- --- -
crop of a grove rightly cared for is o. S. OAKIN:
M tiT und nnrri.viw mailed on
about seven hundred a tree. There are trees QiIII
in this country which have borne crops of VIOXTUACTOU AND! IJUILDKR.MOULPIXOS : application. -
seven and eight thouuandbutthose! heavy C1IAS. W. LIIWJS: ,

crops are of rare occurrence. Last season I M.Nl"'Tt'H. I I.:uid. Coinmissicjiier.Ollice III IIIH
had. three teat- ear old budded trees which, o
cor. lleuch and l''lIth104.:; ?i
together, yielded 4,300. UHAtJKKTS; .\WED AND I Ki-tt'l
< :, tree is much fertilizedtree.
AVwM/A Theorange a
Commercial fertilizers have been tried, l STAIR: RAILS, WKD( )\ :.\\'EK. TIII: Fioim ArpOWN
in urion' Animal I
but have generally proven TROUOHS, 14111UTlIIO.WJ.ATJllmIU.: ,
manure is: too heating. Experience; has : ..\ HIt. .
shown that the best fertilizer for the healthy INCt. AND FLOORJX ( IMPROVKMKNT; COMPANY.Feriiandlna : ; .
growth and development of the orange tree .
is muck composted with lime, and appliedon r _
Z _
tht .url cl'. Ntalr and Church Work a
: Jilldlt-The! \ coccus, or scale insect, I suppose _
,: you mean has affected t the orange tree A SPKCTALTV.
y to some extent when the trees were nut in u Towns on It. II. Line,

Jll'alth'ignrous (condition but with proper' DOORS AND WJSDOFIt.Un'o) : \ .
cultivation and prompt application, of kerosene I And ( ..ar Key.otters .
or whale-oil soup, when they appear ()lo' ALL SIXIW. .
they ruti be kept at bay.-lleport of t'urmerf Post Office( Box 17 J.jan4 J. _- oo .4.1'1"D:
t'tub Fernandimi, Fla. ""=
( iti 1 ru' York Jl"urld.ANTCSDUTIIEBN :
JAMES MrliliTI.V, t.. lA.-s.set. and I'nrl'llUwJ':04: a largo;

FLU-'CMERY unmoor'r of tin most eligible! and desirable I '
: "'0 gave place yesterday to a communication ) AND ISUILDKR,
signed) J. M. I"'.," an effort by an anxious COXTHACl'OH I.."is, suitable for 11l.i"C, Pnrpm.tsor: for; JOB PRINTING HOUSE

Republican to scare young and i'tl-in- Alaehua :Street; between :Second: and Third, City or Mihuiliiiii Resiiif. ,
loaned voters into supporting' the Hepubliian -
ticket by an exhibition of the stale andexploded
tJI'O( IASY: TKRM-: : '
bugaboo of the olit.l Ruuth He
held up the Southern whites as a parcel of Orders) und estimates from a distance: carefully -
impoverished," needy and unscrupulous attended to. liVtfHookM Liberal Discounts on Values allowed l to Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel,
hcamiis ruled by what he called\ an oligarch .ltw
munuf.u it
pariie* "'igageil; ju turlng, or -
)",' and though; forming, even when made' and Ntationer
Aolid misrepresentation and trial enterprisiwho will erect on the -
by Republican -- -- -- --- property
robbery, out} a small minority in the Fed I. 1IOIIACK J) U": {{'. ptmhas substantial improvements
c"rall'oUlII'i1s-IIJli. not 13H, member in the
louse of liepresentati"*es: --capable of the Wholesale and Retail for residence, or in which; to conduit their FEllNANDINtA., FLORIDA.
furL horrible atrocities if everyl >dy docs
not vote the !Republican ticket. STATIONERY: Imi 1Il''H.I .
That is to bay I. M. P." oascrU thai: ROOKS I INIHCF.MK.Vlsj: : HI MAXl'PACirRii ,

about ten millions nf his countrymen, inhabiting -..-- -,- -----
; ; sixteen states and comprehending And }. .'NU', : {.';;, by exemption\ for a term of yean from

almost the entire property owning. class as taxation; offered 1 by the several citiisnndtowns.
well us the intelligence and charm taruf that Su: \\'>1ST; lUv :SJACKSONVILLE rsr.T, .
part of the Union are no better than a band .. *i-ply( t. laving added MIW '1'1"XU: MM fllt'.SSVS: : to our otHce, and havhuSKILLKD

of thirty robbers millions and in thieves till North against must whom combine over }o1.C.-\.1 i I .Jr'-I )lli.eeur. i-u-h .'1; 7tbts... Feniandina.anil : : WOIKMKNr! ; who know how to use the kume, we lire now

at once if they want to save their j,rojrty I I II"IfI prt-j>arcd to tlo any und every kind of printing,
and liltertieri. It iI:: an ill bird' which fouls I I
ii,. own ne+t," says an old adage which we Scedw' <>uaiio.7 .
recommend to this correspondent.If : : ';-"hcliuol" Hookfeu" "HjM" '<'IaIty.-5;, 1! ____
"new voters" are to be instructed; they I.j _.- -- ----- ------- I \\ ","'CU.. <; i u its A" .'()..

u.ltt would to L\\he told told 1 that the the truth.Southern In that whites cu-e they are 11[;"'1..., A- ('L.I ItlE':, I I r IIfgMrter"> and I Dealers, in FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD,

(Successors; to J. 1. ( '' A Co.,)
ijH.-r -- --- .
I a--
.Americans whom it i U not decent 'r fr> .01 r a
.lnlerieanstoMtigilfatizeu+ robbrrsorii< ._.11- 11KM.KR4 (N I..a I'' '
tag kcoundrcN, ; that the South fur from I i'\o.sj .r.tO51
ti.r'S..ool .nd 111eicellaneous', t, ( t i'' I Iu.
In-ing 'irn1Mvenshitrb" is inure rapidly incrcam. I I1 Ollfrr in Florida.
and ('Ju'
< > ___ AHrallj UK 'H| a-*" tatty
.: in wealth and 1 geiural t iirosK-rit.y| at .-' ---- "-1 -Jt-"T; : I ISln"lIlInl
thi- time+ than( any otlur .p-irt ft the I'mon J a \ !1l'! 15vv I
that its; white imputation was made "% )lid" -- .
by the prolonged 1 mi;>riilc und robbery of I nooJs ': 1100USl,. : :. Georgia. .

Republican. whom the prvM-nt Republican: I ." ..I Kc coiirtatitly on hand a g..o supply l | !,). uf -- -- ., .
ha-- the decency to cu tout --- : / -
>arty not
j yet .>!.,.:.. .. .t,.i., t
; mat ,L continue "solid' [UtaHtlie: i i
have. adiumUtratioii JU" kept ur put' in thl'I I *:.a I /. '' '1.SII'rI.TII'It'Xo.Suthilll : .",
I t'iilriiloiii,.i-iri iii..ii>'Southern: .tat.>,pUee I I : FANCY iXDS oP ?.r.1)ut'tMliiiyourordersfur PRINTINO, UINPINO and ItULfNO to officw, out
l lttrrcan !I.. bail for fall und. :it
of h.iiior u well a* profit, hurt of nutoriou I( I Ii ; :1-1, .i.le the FtaU.: Onlen for fither will r.-<'elv'e prompt attention fn>n u*'. Addrewf
: :
,lv' IW and l corrupt character. Imii:: coiii 1! ALL KIMKNuunuuli J t-r.r.-} .|'ri i ;/l\1 ; IHII.LARS:
( ;,.. : fi't'! i < .' .1..vu, I-KJ) : TON. |
gdmmiMiaiioni ..,
under! .. ,
i ( riu-ii tht"n."IIIII.| I' ,. e.'lIgr. unit' '';t Coo" 1..LOIU UAUUUoU..
..t i i "'ilt" >< !>a &ultal .1
in th. und lit
i .IM.hiatiuu| luivovi-rium! : rIBY.YN: FLA.
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,1' IJ for Senator / '1''
J INDECISION. OKNKKAI* IHIIECTOIIY. 1 RRADfORD COUNTY. I Auctsar of Taxct-Walter C. Maloney, Jr., from the County of St.: District.! {
, County Judge-]. H. Richard, Providence. Key West.: Thirtv-lll'lt..c election will h\J held I'
I love her t Word cannot; express United KfatCN Ol lcers. Clerk-Henry F. York, Luke Butler. Collector of Rt't'I.'lIl1c--Waltcr C. Maloney, On the Madison, constituting the
The joy with which her presence fills me, LAND OFFICE, (UINESVILLE.Register ,"'c/Tiff-W. W Tumblin !Starke.Anchor Jr., Key West. In the County; District, for Senator:: to

The soft touch of her hand, her dress -L. A, Barnes, Gainesville.Receiver of T fill the I vacancy
Against my nrm with rapture thrills me. Butler West! Wilt, was d'dl'i!
John F. Rollins Gainesville. ; ,
of Hon. Dennis Eapan
I yearn to call her mine, hut still Collector of Rrt'cllttt-Alfrclt n. Cone 1.\ke NASSAU! ('oISTY.CUllllly.JwlgcHinton at the
Surveyor-General. I). Ball! Tallahassee. Senator for the! term of four n"lJ'1!
(Excuse me if my sorrows trouble you) Butler.Siiiierintendent. J. Baker, Fernan- the first Tuesday
She I her dearest Will DISTRICT COURT General; Election: held on
says am D.
of ScWV. K. Harrison, dina. of November 1
\r And writes it In lower case w. Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville.Marthal Starke. Clerk-C. "'. Maxwell, Fernandina. after the first Monday ,

-J. II. Durkec, Jacksonville nRl.v.viti: COUNTY.; .S1rri.T-1'tt'r! Cone, Fernandina. Ili ; of Duval, constituting the
i Fresh! as a rosebud newly horn Iui the County
\fa. ..With morning's dew-drop still upon it ; Clerki'hpValter, Jacksonville County 'Ldf'A.. Wliitlock, City Point Assessor of Tata Win. II. Garland, Fer Eighteenth Senatorial District) t. for, It Senatorto '*
INTERNAL: REVENUE. Clerk-A. A. :Stewart; Titusville.Awtsor nandina. occasioned by t the resignation
Graces that n .'t'r did adorn, ) fill the vacancv
\/: J Worthy of poet's noblest queen sonnet.A G\Jllcrtor-lJellllig Eagan, ,Jacksonville\ of T
l heart as sunny as a bird'sAh COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. Irrenne-1'" :M. Platt, Take Jos- nandina.Suficrintendfnt. elected I I !Senator: for the term of t't,

t 1 were I free my lifo\ to pledge her I tI John "'. Howell Fernandina.. sup, Orange( County. of SrlWf/I.-\\ A. Mahoney, the General Election held on the first lues-'
I ...
Callahan November
Were I but sure she'd find inv words Edward Hopkins, Jacksonville.John : fMijifriiitfnilfitt/ / of School- Alexander Ti n- day after the first :Monday of ,
Sweet as the heroes of the Lcdijerl dall, Luke View. ORANGE l'olSTY.nlttlly ]1) 'l ;
F. House St. Augustine.
, / Juilar-ll. L. Suniinerlin, Orlamlo. 'in t'iic Counties of Taylor nn.l. Lafayette: ,
J. M[. Currie Cedar ('L.COCXTY.
, Key.
I snng to her an old, old son!!, Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando. constituting the Twelfth Senatorial>J ,
(An excellent hint from Coleridge) taking) County/ Judyc\\'m Peeler, Green Cove .ltrrur-ThOIl1:1: W: Shine, Fort lleid.AtffKfor for a Senator to till the vacancy occasioned

\ The tale of one yhoOe! heart had long Simile Ofllror.s.EXECUTIVE Springs. of Titfc.1 John C. Bryson, Haw, bv the: death of lion E. JI. :\It.ult'.t.t, who
With untold love been slowly breaking, Clerk-O. A. Buddington, Green Cove kinsvillc. l.ll'dellellator:: for the fourvcars.

I ceased ; but though upon her fare DEC.tRTMENT.r Springs.Mcri" Collector nf Uc'clI'cc-Xnt. Poyntz, Orlamlo.Sujierintcii'lenl was at the General Election: held on the

Love, pity, maiden !shame were blended GlJt'crl/1Ir-Gcnrge P. Drew, Tallahassee! James W. HeWitt, Green Cove of School*-John T. Becks: first Tuesday after the first :Monday of November
/'r ,.illclIl kin SC'lIlrte-'V. 1). Barnes Springs.:
Instead of Genevicve's J embrace, pro of Fort Held. A.'D. 1878
She only murmured : "That splendid i I I" Tallahassee.: Ar FMnr of Tu.rea-IVnt. Conway, Kingsley.LWrrtor TAYLOR: COUNTY of; ( I constituting
In the County HillsborouRli .I :
iSrtTrtary of sltrle-W. I). IMoxham, Talla- of Ret'l'7l1le-Wnl. S. Plummer, District) for a
Queen of home arts, slip seemed to rast ba.siee.: Jlax[ \'lllt"lwrinrllllt'lil,. CintntitJu/ i
Sunshine and song 'round all who meet OJlllptrollt'f-Colullllm"! I Drew, Tallahassee.Trnt.tunr \ : :; of Schooto-M. 1-'. Gcigcr, ): O.-teen) Perry. Senator to fill the vacancy who by
J. T. Leslie! was
John :M. Kaulker Perrv.Suiieriiileuileiit of lion
Clerk- resignation
her -Walter ( Tallahax\ : : : ('l'. Jiid.llclnirg. ,
I 5 : / of ......,.leods-F.1'anH; Perry.County C'I'dl'lll'lIlItor; :: for, the term of four years: at
Xur.inj Madonna: of the p I ;,>:st < > cjffifriJeorgc:( P.Itauey, Tallalia COLUMI1IV ll UNTY. first Tuesday -
held! the
Ti-niioire'r Election on
-D. S.:; Stilton, Perry.County the General
Wds< lulef, fceilt; ler/swectfcr,, sce. I Comity' Ju with D. =N. 'ox the
'j"fI"f"r- IVrry. after
1 A homo her-hut no ; 1 Hear ('nasatisinncr <11."wl.-Hu h .\. Corley, Clerk-John Vinzant: Jr., Lake City.Sheriff !
( Cal hotun.
Collector of RC'I'wlce-John C. II. Vjl'l. .
How could I bear Tullahassl'l'.
t It cannot be.
t f\ ( J. W. Perry, Lake City.AtscMW each of the Counties of
I' To hear her play, after S//J'rri/lI1rlll/ of Public bmatruclioai-1V.1'. Perry .\II.lln respective
& year year of 7ilrc.r. \V. Rowers!, Lake : 7're.-1Vnt. II. Parker General Election: for its constitutional
.Isacswr Perry. the State
of a
j' Her single piece--tho :\lahlc' l'S Prayer? HaHey: Tallaha%" i'" ,' "- =r'J; Ii Tulla-\ JOHN'S number of members
Septembir Scrihuer. .fr1jrftlllt'IIt.rtll- k.ki.111Ij; Collector of 7imxes-Thos. W. Getzen, Lake ST. COUNTY. wit
to :
; lia"'l'l', City. C'.J/IIII"/ ./ .Itutyc-:ll.\[ 11. Cooper, St. A IIglI : three
Escambia; county ;
l: IIB.IlJ.-tClllJ. ('u,1'aisaionrr of lunniyrtdioa-ir.) Seth !
lU.UIWllJS ron / SVriitlfmlmt:; School*-.J JuliusPi: bllll'r, tine. two

The following recipes and suggestions! for Frowh, Jack:
/ the treatment diUerent forms of hcad.icho COURT.Chuf HUVAL COUNTY. Sheriff-A. N. Pacetti St. Anmitine.Awor / Holmes county one; ,

arc collected from a variety of trustworthy: ."uti'c-K M. RandJll.Jaekvonville.| ('u'I/II.TltIl/r-\\' : llialll .\. :McLean, Jack fT
sources : Assucitite Justice-J. Westcott, jr. 'Tallahas sonville.Clerk :. AIIII'ilnf'! Franklin county one;

Two grains citrate ,of caffeine, in. capsule, see. -" > < -Thomas E. Biickman, Jacksonville.Sheriff (...tlrclorq/'Rrt'cuur-.iisepl, F. Llambia, l'llholllcoullty one;
taken overy'half hours is-u very ellcctive .'Attocinte 'ttrc-lt. alt. Van Valkenburg, (; Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville.Attestor St. Aucustine.Sninrintemleiit! \ Jackson county three; I

remedy itlfeick i 'uild/.( nervous headache. one .Tl1rkCon! Vl1ll'. f of Taxes--Daniel) 1'. Smith. Jack / ot'S!
or two doses are often/ sufficient to give complete Clerk-G 11.I Foster, Tallahassee.!! sonville1.Collector. cetti, St. Augustine., 1\ county one; { _.'

t relief. The only objection to its use I is CIRCUIT Jfnons.tY of J.'et'cnHt-l'urv[ A. L'Engle; 1<1'!1TElt COUNTY. 'T'lIlbllellellllllly: three;

sleepiness: which sometimes results: if it is Jacksonville.: County Jiidiic-Henry i.('a t-iclr, Leesburg. Leon county four; I
Maxwell: : Pen
takelt t lit the "evening. ''It' i is preferable' to sacola.t.tYrcvtV- Augustus! .fvtprrintcndi'iit Schools Albert J. Russell (VtT/t/ -Tho'mas\ J. Ivcy, Leesburg.: JeH'erson county four, ;

guarana, ivs being' hardly, ever. rejected bythe'stomach.1 ,&und Circuit-lJavll\I.: Walkcr, Tallahas Jacksonville.II Sheriff: ()=J. :S.: Dychco, Leesburg.Awwif :Madison[ : county three;

,\ IILTO:'{ COUNTY. The following, according to Dr. W. W. see.Third Circuit K. J. Vitro Madison. .J. Stewart Lee-burg.,! Hamilton: county two;
County Judge-Henry Jasper.Cleik :
fUcctual in trust forms of : -
Carpenter, is very Fourth Circuit-11. B. Archibald, Jacksonville. [ -Itobert: S. Stewart, J a"'pl'r. Collector of Icl't"IIIr-.hhn Dyches) :OlI; Wl1l11l1'e county two;
.a headache: Leesburg.Siiiicrintfitdent! Lafayette county one;
.tihrrij-.Itmw :M.( Duncan, Jasper.Assessor : .
Muriate of ammonia, 8 drachms j acetateof of School*-H. H. Duncan) Columbia; county three! ; .
/'MA Circuit-James 11.1)a) vkins" Gaines I of T".1rR-.J. T. Cooper, Ancrum.
citrate of caffeine 'M :
morphia, grain ,
rJ ; Lake iritlin. AII1I11'lIullt four; .
ville. Collector of J"r'c'lIIc'-.J. P. B. : ,
of ammonia 1
aromatic spirits ,
grains ; 4 Sixth, Circuit-II. Mitchell, TUlllpa..Swe&lh Beiiton.; Columbia County.Superintendent PUW.\NNEC COUNTY. Levy county two;
: drachm ; elixir of' guar Mix na,Dessert-spoonful ounces ; rosewater Circuit...Vi, Archer Coeko, Hallorl1. of School' /*:-Joshua'' II. Itob-: Cminty J"d/-Michael .\. Clouts, Live Bradford: countylwo; ;
I 4 ounces : Clay; county\ t one;
crts, A II c'rlllll. Oak.
tin twelve minutes.\
I every or Baker county one;
In nervous Ji ulachu1)r.VVAIhuutnond) ('our! Ciilciulur. III:RN,\NIMI COUNTY. Cleik-Uobert A. Beid l, Live Oak. Nassau: county two;

;states the value various drugs as follows: THIRl CIRCUIT. County .11/I1/c-\\: L. Frierson, Brooksvillo. : //I'ri.tf-Johll U.I Sessions: Live Oak.Awwof Duviil county four;
Oxide\ of zinc I is of great value. Ordinary of! leraWIL} :Sessions; "'d.
E. J. Vann, Judge( ; Win. B. Taylor, State's :St.; Johns county two;
dose-! grains three times day, after meals; Attorney.Sprinif Clerk-.1. C. Law Brooksvillo.Sheriff born. Volusia: county one;
maximum doser)> grains. It is not given in Tc'rll&- v -J. B. Mickler, BrooksvilkAssessor -. (bllr'('tto' 1"I'c'lIwJ.I'l'rt' : F. Allison" Orange county two!;

Torinof pills\ ( of Taira-W'\ M. (Garrson, Brook"ville. Live! Oak. Putnam two
Taylor, :2d : in .\prll.hu1i"oll county ;
of S'honl.i J. O. C. Jones!
to Siifierintendeut < ,
Nux vomica strychnia.The .
) \ Marion two
:\ 311 Monday: [ in April.Hamilton county ; ,
dose is 1 gram, after meals. I If thepatient 4th Monday; in April. Collector of Rercnur' '. M. Townsend Live Oak. Sumter county two; '
is chlorotic\ is well to combine a voi.um COUNTY.County Hernando t two t
Hit walllll'l', 1st: :Monday after 4th :Monday Urooksyille.Sui county ;;
, grain of rc.luCl.tllron ami i grain sulphateof in >criiitendcnt of SI'ltl/fllll-I1r. S. Stringer:; Jmljc: -Fred. I. IxtPcnoticrc, Enterprio' ): liilblJllrul\\ county two; ;

I quinine. AI'ril.Vo ,: :Monday:\ after 1th Monday Brooksville. l'olkcounty one;
I I Bismuth, in, thq form of sub-carbonate! in A'ril.Lnhtyittte. IIII.LSUORon.il COUNTY.County Clerk-JohnV.. Die-kins, Enterprise.Sheriff Manatee: county one;
will .often take the placo of, oxide of zinc. !5d Monday\ after 1th :Monday: in "". .\. Cone, Enterprise-: Dade county one; ,
II. I.. Crane TIIII1a.CJC'I'1.'III. :
Dosd, grains' after each meal. Bismuth) Judge- \ Annetiitif of Tuxes-Bciijaiinn! Richardson, Brevard county one; )
i April.
Hum mineral I C. Brown, Tampa.Sheriff X
aids t
i probably : digestion more any Enterprise. Monroe county two.
Full Tt'flll- .
I tonic, and is of use when..there (is gastric Taylor, :I'd? :Monday in October. =I 11. Isaac; Craft, Tampa.Assesmir ,//'r/tJT/ u7rtxcsL.. I G.; Leslie 'I'auipu.Cllerlurof "
disturbance.The \ in each of the :State; Gl'lIl'rlII'.ll'I" I +
Madison: 3d 1 Monday in October. county a
"I't'UIIC--. 1'. I Burl* 'J
. bromides are serviceable when the Hamilton 4th Monday in October. Suoctliitenilent; of ."dwIJ1l-JII1II1'f H. Chandler lion for Constables, each county being\ allowed
nervous system I is Irritat. .1. Whcnjt is exhausted &Sgyannec,1st Monday after 4th :Monday of ,"dwIJ1.-11. L. Crane, Enterprise.; and entitled to one Constable: forevery i I';

they do barm. *" in October. Tampa. W.Kl'I.L.C'll'sr\'. two hundred registered! voters in the .

Phosphorus is very useful in most forms of Columbia, lid Monday: [ after 4th Monday in JE.t.'iOS.Cmtllt'l (','IIIIII.f/t'-\. Duval, Crawfordville.Sheriff c'tII1ih"! ; I'roridetl, hotcecff, that no county -. JfI ;
nervous headache. The best results are obtaiiuftl ., October. Judgr-\. Whitner, Monticello.Shcrfr [ W.: II. Walker (Crawfordville. shall have; more than twelve Constables: ; yet
from dilute phosphoriutuud, in loses =\\\ %. Bailey, :Monticello. least x ,
: Lafayette,3.1.bnday: after Monday:: in Clerk-Nat. It. Walker, Crawfordville. that each county shall be entitled to at ( !
of ;$.drOll.i.lar\ cly diluted,* three 'time M October. f.'le'rkH.. I.ulllarIontltl'llo.: Superintendent rlwlIlll-JlIhn L. Crawford two Constables, regardless of the number ofregistered
editing phospliitaof zmc 1-10 Su erntcndent .'jdIll1J1J, B. Christie, / .
day, 'JU'ter ; or FOURTH CIRCUIT. i )> of ('rawt orh'ille. voters. .
, grail, in pill, three tim<$ a day. u **5 Monticello. Tn"I.'IIlrc'rr. Duval Crawfordville. \\'mnFthe Legislature: of the State of
, Artonlc aft nerve tonic; stands: next in It. Archibald r** 7 Judge( ; Samuel.Fiuhey, County T'lwtt'cI'r.. A. W. :Simmons: County. } Florida, of A. D. I *jj. did determine by a >;

I value tu zln$. Dose) ;Sdrpps three', times! a V VV State's Attorney.Spnnp.Tcrm Monticello.; Collector of Jt'1'l"IItt-r H. Walker, Craw- vote of a majority ul'nil the members electedto
, -
day, hfler-mtals. r f. A vnluable'b'ut* >i fGotvuiifiiii ,St..John's; :3d Tuesday in111TC'h.: Collector of UI'r'c'lIce-Jos\ph Palmer, :Mon fordville.A.wMor. each of the houses: thereof; that it is necessary
\ is soiftetiinca ; by ticello. Tnres/ Geo. F. Craw.fordville. .- to cause: a revision of the entire
I 1\\! no means $ specitfc.! ".l'Il&qI lstant rurrail Clay 4th Tuesday' in :March.in ; Assessor of. 7ir.rc'II-J. P. trantham, Monti- of Register: Constitution of said :State: and did l'lItc'rIInl.'h
Bnu ford 1 Tuesday April
careful to avoid
sltuudalwajsheused! ) being t cello. determination upon their rt'spcctivejnurtaly '
Baker;:< Tuesday in April. - -'
J1 too grout,intensity, ll'I'tJ alUlu"rosil.: Jl'ro. 'Nassau, Tuesday! in April.Duval LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Ad -crllueutenls.jOTICL with the yeas and nays \thereon,
I due I. w 4 ; /! : in County Jud'ie"". J. Dixon: New 'fr" '. Legal. and did refer the same to the Legislaturethen
Tlju administration or a"; brisk //purgative,\ Tuesday May.- "'"rri.lf'-J. J. Johnson New 'r'roy.CarkLowell --- next to be chosen; and whereas, the

r or siiuilt doses of l'onlI.lts( three' times uday.ls'tt'niost Fait St.:Terns, John's 3d Tuesday: in /;k'ptentber.Clayw Hawkins" New f roy.Sjierinteiulent : OF IMCTI: : <>\. legislature of aid :Hate; then next chosen,

l l'1cl.tnat"lCl1\edy! for frontal: 4th hIHl'ptcmbt-r. of Schools-j. C. 1:<111I:<(')", New to wit: the Legislature nf A. D. lKjll.!> did, by
Iceulachd.vvheu associated "twlfli'conkipa- Tuesday 1st : in October.Baker 'frl 1\'. To; nil and! singular the Sheriffs/ of the Stale of a majority all the members elected to ('aelt

lion | bat if,the bowels: .be. regular the morbid 'Bradford, Tuesday October.; County" Treasurer-J. J. I'lIiI1 ttr. tw7r 1. Florida : house thereof, agree to such proposed: revision -
" nroc'elLscs which it depends! to ; 2d Tuesday in KNOW YE, that I, W. 1>. BLOXHAM, Secretary
on .seem .Nassau &1 in October Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New ; and whereas> the Legislature: of 1$71\>did,
be checked, aUld the headache reniovfd t even Tuesday Troy. of :State of the State of Florida dohereby by resolution\ duly passelrecumiuueutltotime:

mora effectually:: by nitrb-iuuriaticf acid, diluted Duval' ," 3d Tuesday in November.i Assessor of Taxes"'. "'. Cottrell, New notify all and singular the Sheriffs of electors of.the next election for the members

tin drops in a wine-glass! of water, or -., r '- F, -J'IJ'TI"cmCl'IT* Troy the sc'\'t'ral\'oulltll'tl' of the State of. Florida, of the Legislature to vote for or against a '

bicarb sodil, ten grains 'Jn",watcr, before Jan 'cs B. Dawklns/J1t1I e ; W. A. locker, LEON COUNTY. that Convention, and did therein provide 1\111111\\. 1

mcuU ._Jf .lime\ Jieachache be immediately v.Itt '* Solicitor County Judie-I1..(!. Itippey, Tallahassee.: A Ciieiicritl Election: << rest that the Secretary of State should incorporate

above the eyebrows, the acid is best but if ''Spiring Term- 5herijl-A. Moscley! Tallahassee. with the notice of the General Election ;

it bo u little soda\\lI up, just where the hair Sumter, 211 Monday in March.Marion Clerk-C. A, Bryan, Tallahassee.: Will bo held in each County in Florida, to bi held in the year 18SO, a notice of a

t begins, the apHani| to be more etlect- 3d Mondav March. Superintendent! of,lehalften ry N. Felkcl, such recommendation with proper' instructions
ual. At the same time that the headache is Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Monday[ in 'fllllahas: us to the mode of compliance\ with

removed, the feeling of sleepiness: and weariness March TI'"wrt'r-J. J,. Domilly Tallahassee.: : : :MONDAY= IN NOVEMBEU such recommendation; ;

which frequently leads thocpaticnU Levy, 3d Monday after 4th :Monday in Collector of J'I.t'lwe-e: C. Pearce, Talla A. 1). 1HM; ). tome, therefore, notice of such recommendation
to complain that they rise up more tired March, hassee.Assessor. is hereby given and the following, instructions '

than they lie down, generally disappears.A Putnam, 1st TUl't-clayafter 1st Monday InIarch. r.1es-lt. A. Shine, Tallahassee The said Tuesday being 'the second day of are hereby given as to the mode t
writer in the Ixmdon Lancet remarks: ;' ::\ of compliance with siuh recommendation: J

At tha. Middlesex; Hospital female patients Full TermSumter- LEVY n'l'XTCUllllfy.f"dltW. \. said November, 1st. Any elector desiring to vote at such
who havesun"red.) ;: many years from Kick ith Monday in October. v For a Governor and Lieutenant t Governor election in favor of such a Convention shall

headache evidently of a hereditary character Marion, 1st Monday after 4th Monday in I H. :Si-bring, Bronson; of the State: of Florida and for Four Electors have written or printed 1 ,,n the same ballot *<*"!

have been greatly Lenl'lltecl.lf not cured, October. Clerk-J. M I. Barco' Bronson.! of President and Vice-President of the on which the names of the : 1
by the administration of ten minimum doses Alachua, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in ."iheriff-\\. \'!\ Bronson.Assessor 1'nited :States; ; voted for for any office offices at said) elec

of tincture of Indian hemp, three times daily O.tobC'r.IA.'vrL. of r"rfl-J. M. Willis, Brunson: For one Representative of the First Con- thin are written or printed and the
between the attacks. This is well worthy of 1st Monday 1l0E'rtth Monday in Collector'of lrl'lut-John e. Mcrew! grc5>,sional District of Florida in the Forty- side thereof as such names are on written same or <

trial in those cases never-living! uvcr- cr.Putnam, Bronson. seventh Congress( of the United States ; printed, and not on the other!side the words wt
'rdunl-like Superintendent of .Srljflc.rs-Jo F. Shands, For one Re' 'rt'sentatiye of the Second "
: dyiug, IILui) suffering.In 2d Tuesday after 1st Monday in For a Convention ; and any elector desir
Bronson. District of Florida in the
beatlacimeduo to determination of bloodto December Congressional ing to rote against such a Convention, :shall
" the bead, and in fever the following sim- SEVENTH CIRCUIT. :MADISON COUNTY. Forty-seventh: Congress of the United States have written or printed on such ballot, on

plo treatment is to be commended: William Archer Cock, Judge; .\. St. Clair. County Judge-K. )[. Witlte l'oou, Madison. .\I\llon the same day a General Election the side thereof above prescribed, the words '
Put a JiaJidful of milt into a quart of water, Abrams State's Attorney. will be held: "Against a Convention"
add mob uuuce of spirits!, of hartshorn and Sheriff-T. H. Willanl. :Madison! la the County of Kscanihia: for a Senator NOTE.-Nothing herein I is intended to ; c

half an ounce of spirits of camphor Cork Sprint Terut1'olusialst- Clerk-John M.: [ Beggs! Madison: from the First Senatorial District ; any elector who may desire to vote preVent for

I m. the bottle tightly to }prevent the escape of Monday in May. Suf>erintendeHt of Schools-E. S. Tyner, In the County of Jackson for a*Senator or against a Convention, but may not intend '
Brevanl 2d in
Monday May. the Third Senatorial District
the spirit. Soak a piece of cloth) with the Madison. from ; to vote for
\ for
Orange, &1 Monday in :May. Trtclurer-S. S. Smith :Madison.: In the (Counties Calhoun and Franklin any person any office, from
mixture and apply it to the beau; wet the (bunts voting on the Convention but
i. Soaking the feet in very warm water, in ison.Assessor. ; one ballot on the pleaof' voting for both
J wll\.ltu\poonfulot mustard has been stirred, Volusia 1st! Monday in November. of Taxes-B. I). Wads worth, Mad In the Counties of Liberty and Wakulla for offices and for persons
Brevanl 2d! in o'C'mber.Orolngl or against a 'outyention
Monday for a Senator from the Seventh Senatorial
is also beneficial in drawing the blood from ison. .
: Only one liallot should be received
3d )Monday in November.
) the head. Dade, 2 t1 l Monday December.. MANATEE COUNTY. District In the; Cvwnty of JeHV rson for a Senator fl11ea<'h elector at such election. /
Two teaspoonfuls of powdered charcoal I 2d, The votes cast
County Judgclf.: Graham, Manatee.ClerkRobert on this question} shall
from the Ninth Senatorial District
well :stirred in half a glass! of water, and S. Griffith, Manatee.Sheriff ; be canvasseil and declarations and return .
; drank at o'ice, is valuable remedy in sick County OHIcer Win. C. Havman, Pine Level. In the Cjunty of Hamilton for a Senator thereof shall be made by the Inside-tors, and ) '
from the Eleventh Senatorial District
r. headache from sour stomach, flatulence etc. ALACHUA COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Wm. F. Parrish, Par- In the of Alachua for a Senator; by County Canvassing Boards:,and the State
Tincture of nux vomica is recommendedby County
County Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines risb. from the Thirteenth !Senatorial District Canvassing Board, in the same manner and
Kinder as' possessed\ of real curative pow. 0 Carlton ; at the same times
t" Collector of JC't'nwt-\lnrion as votes cast fur persons i.>,.
ville. of Bradford for Fenator-
In the County a
era when given in drop doses, repeated every for offices at said
line l evel.Sitperiiitwlent. and r'
Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. < from the Fifteenth Senatorial District
ten minute tor ten doses ; return
'dvoor eight or Seward law to be canvassed
of &1&lollIFl'l i x J. declared and
W. Turner Gainesville.Aei of Putnam for Senator
for "lu-riff-Johu In the County a
and then continued at longer intervals
The attention
L of
" sick headache, aceompanietrwith acute gastric r of Taxes-J, M.[ Dell, (lain vLlle. fine Ix-vcl. from Seventeenth Senatorial District ; law Sheriffs: i is called to the

catarrh, whether duo to error in diet, Collector of UC''elult-G.l'. Thomas', (Gaines MVRION COUNTY.Citunty In the County of Marion for a :Senator; election requiring to be them to cause a notice of said

Hot' ville.Superintendent. Judi!>e-J. Mclntosh, Ocala from the Nineteenth !Senatorial District ; published in a newspaperprinted
to -
constipation, or no apparent cause the
Journal of School-O. A. Myers:: ('Clerk-ll., Lon!!. Ocala In the Counties of Dade and Brevanl for in county, if there be a paper in
if Chentitlry.WHAT the
ton Gainesville.! .....ht'ri.If'lH..., l'o kser, Ocala.Asseaur a Senator; from the Twenty-first Senatorial lished county in the; and if there be no paper pub m
Cotton county, they shall cause at least;
BKFR COUNTY.juntyjutljf uf Taxes-Thomas Bare, District
do Hall's ;
other fail to
preparations: live copies of this notice to be
POsted in the
Hair Ilenewer surely It renews (\ -Jno. U. HerndonSanderson. I'lant. I In the County of Sumter for a Senator most
public places in the
especially\ Collector of AVifHM/--Frederick N. Foy, from the TWt'ntrthinll'uatorlal: District county.
the hair and | restores its Clerk-F. J. Poiu, Sanderson ; Ix TESTIMONY
color when gray and fatkJ.:1 a dressingit /&eriff-J., C. Williams: jUiulroon.Auessor Olala.S"l"ri"trltl. In the County Walton for a Senator unto set Wmawr,1 hand and have here
i id unsurpu sod. making the hair moist, of Tc&.l'tllG., : J. llogcrsou, San. llt of Schoolt-ll. C. Martin, from the Twenty-fifth Senatorial District" : unto affixed my the have here-
Great Seal of the
awn and glossy. The most economical preparation derson }'ortili'l':\ y. In the Counties of Polk and Manatee[ for State of Honda at Tallahassee
offered its erfects remain long Collector of lneuuc--lUchard Kennedy MONROE COUNTY. a Senator from the Twenty-seventh Senatorial
ever a [1....] the Capital, this the fourth of .
time anti those who have once made a trial Darby ville. County! JU It'--Chas. J. Baron, Key West District : August A. I), 1o.Vv. day
of it will never use unv other.-Advertiser tJldCIL'ol&hoolI-W.. O.1IaU11)tun. Clerk-John Sit .lier. Key Wct.Sheriff In the County of Vulusia for a Senator V. 111.ONiIAM

a"d Utuun, f'redouiii, .\', }'. Olustee.::. Richard Curry, Key Witt. trout the Twenty-ninth Senatorial District; I G-tJ Secretary of State.;

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Till; 11ATTLE OF KlXG'S 31OVX- hand wounded and bleeding, but his hear been in the South. This makes no differ .iGItlCULTUlraL. pulverized, taking care that the middle\

T.tl\: undaunted, Ferguson wheeled again, entreating ence. The exigencies of the campaign require water furrow be well ( in order o to

The celebration of this celebrated revolutionary the hesitant, cursing the cowering, that the South, should, be on the higl carry oil the !urphof ll'nl'Il our usually !"
inspiring the brave, he marshaled: his whole road to the devil, and Jlrt Hughes is impertinent COTTON Cmm O t Ml" \,--The August/ figuresof heavy spring runis. This be
battle has! just taken )place in South force and hurled against t Campbell's\ lines! t to arrive at any other conclusion )Ir. Ellison show that out of the largo done the latter part of January !', lr"hn\l early in

Carolina. The lion?1. \V. Daniel) of Virginia Once more the ('clltrl''r: awav: before him, What 1i Ir. Hughes says now, what General crops of t the past t year-the crops of Kgypt:/ February, as time

was I the orator of the day Wo Rive aportion pushed down the mountain h,. Grant said iu the sprints, all those; pong India: nod the United States, ;all together'unusuully / allow. Then open the (bell "pril'i
Hut instantly there rises again from tin hl'alrT will bo echoing} alter the electionespecially largo'there aro not to-d,1 in time scooter plow, making a plain but I small l shallow
;J, onlyof his eloquent anal, interesting other side i the shouts of (Cleveland's: wing, if Garfield wins. There will bo bands of time Knglish and continental "spinners furrow ; and if the be \
address: : : who, repeating the mistake of their comrades world of(gush over pence and harmony and I over 2UItWN< > bales, agninst! 21It"! ") bales! up mural d.n"1 lch alt rOlgh.'c1lr hOl' !
in 187!> nod ;UUWX) ( ) bales the (', I mock ( Ilt
Fl'r 1\1'OIl'S' fraternity. There is when liepublican" year before out the clods
FKIlisrsox: HELKAUVKltF.li; ; IN His LA III. imagined reverse charge: i\ always our and roots. This bring
and. friends i is when tinmelancholy h By; adding to the European: \ n'\II" that of then
have retreat instantly they came \pouring Wil 'I only done planting Buy
( :seen that when Ferguson left this "hOIt.0\11'IC(
/ his the I I field with his slain autumn d tell that; elect country, we find that there i lot over seed from
Gilbert Town upon rear, tilling : it'll good : rilhlr not l hI'
October 4th, }professing that :i111Uo111)' bales of the of I 1S7', SO.The (!
while Scviers's: nowwell\ in hand is that have tin 1,1 'crops
as a :scout he was going to he : wing, ,joins! day near wo any agony over penurious or too economical in Ilcl ; better
Ninety-Six, in with fire and! thus South.( '1'herearetnnnysighs that the South. rest of l'h"11 or t twelve million i insure
hail really snuffed\ n terrible in the steady exulting cheer; : : tw plant lavishly sons to nn (early and
danger bales of the
breeze and was trying to to Cornwallis'scamp. relieved for n third time Campbell, warning i year's grand (rlp-lnlulnl "tltunll, and have! some! (to cut out, than
On the 5th of October gct) he crossed! the clansmen of the Argyle, comes back: ; -! ( of course and lhinl:! tlr miss an early and paying' 'il. The old.
Broad River nt Fate's the Virginian rifles arc now ablaze, and their spring. Down. in his heart Toukliug i goods, part' (' mIU\I1 Andthe adage: "tho early bird the bug,"
Ferrynear the present !! sharp crack: is scathing' the nrIil'hI, ashamed of it. If the Republicans had demand for goods i is wll Inintn I1 holds well 1 with vegetable rai /
tho crossing of thrIr Line Railroad.t On The blood. of battle. is up. tho first! hasty t their canvass! to make over, thev would reject The Knglish mills are full orllt'T from ally pl.tnt the ".wlat spine" Varietytough
(ith he passed on the Yorkvillo road i impulse: has cooled to that white passion the advice of feather-hcadelleadcrv. ) : lik( Fust-the latest trade returns showing that the long I to bo very Sow

through a mountain gap, and took position. which clears the intellect, "stiffens' the nerves Jewell I I and i ignore the whole Southern bus!I. tl exports of cotton joo.ls for the year were good !' 'gl'l'el in the furrows, so as! gOlll up

/" is about upon a ridge of !stone" and Mate formation, and fires: the heart in the immovable purpose ness! as not only a dishonest} i issue, hit, even :, per ('l'nt jt'lh'r tlau they Wl'f' in the about three inches apart, one in a hi,(andover
mile in (
u length north and south last
to conquer: <<} or die. Every ntllcer is lit as politics, ,weary, stale, lat and uuprolitable. (corresponding: July. OthrrEIropl'lll'tlltri ,' ith rake. "henpld stand:
\ I
: its summit and abnutone) revival (
f. narrow share in this
very upon \ \ of
the bead of his left AVic (! this become
: men now ; right wing, }url.11rrl.SOUTIIUX ,1iIUII'l'ltl they hu1Inll
hundred feet in above the
average height trade; and time actual rate of European consumption
wing and centre are closing! / sit with firm, tln \ ni( danger: \ of r\ i over.
ravines that surrounded' it This eminence is
he unyielding footsteps ; tho rifles are ringing! : 01.1.10. UPON I :. : high, with" every prospect of Th"1 ,,\t tit til hills ti h to ten inches
'I\1Il'lln of his
/ c "If the
loyal reverence" sovereign, from e"rrrmillt, and, closer come the cheers Il continuing so. savs! Hwri,1Chrlidt apart. They wi stand distance very
King'sJoUl1tain. ItEL nEl'EXUE; 11EFOKM
that mark t the steady progress; of advancinglines. .VL.UUS, present Eastern: demand mManchester until hcl in to cross or lock ill
; It is indeed mountain which AXD C" SMIVICK \ for goods I is to be kept up to the wl'l
a kings may tallied] at l'"l'n'oint\ Ferguson nei 'I. rows. fly this time the curlynn.i
well remember While the partisanwas \ falters. The i is ., Randall present! extent, and a better home demandsprings will .
wary flier flinches nor !ground shipping } What Senator : Gibson said to a paying :shipments have 1,1'1 gathered.After
as the !sun went down October posting his followers in this natural fortress! the lift will spring up under the iulluenco of fruit be than
the fiery serpent are crushing very views we have hitherto expressed concerilag"rhelelaiuts \ can made per acre any
nine hundred of the fleetest horsemen inS of his command.\ His men are f"rcl"t'hack ," and the tho better crops-time total requirements of other I 11\1 ever t tried
the combined camp of Campbell and his allies to the northern extremity of the ridge : civil Mrviee.We T'\TUl'n.lrl Europe for cotton ought to bo in excess of As to tl' Ilfhl' of cultivation, nothing i is

were preparing for the daring ride that whichever way he turns, death scowls In are opposed! to the payment of un>' the year just C041'II" ]n this ('Olntr\thereis more simple.. the ground ,\1 l pulverized -
was destined to eventuate on the morrow. his face with cold, remorseless: frown. claims presented h\ or originating: with anj' scarcely' an 11 unprofitable spindle. by, plowing and hoeing every t ten to
A hasty, mouthful was !swallowed! at eight THE LAST ClIAWiK. OF FEKOVSON.: (- ': \ Southern mcnfor losses There I!really more doubt about the spinning twenty: days! ; and bo sure in laying: bv tnt,
o'clock everyman was in the !saddle\ 1\1\111\11 :sustained during the Confederate wl\r. and (capacity than about the demand for I the grass and weeds all out This
through the'hlnck night and! amid torrentsof He orders his cavalry to mount, but as the we areuppnseml, to and every ,lelT11 time I.W crop The new crop wiilc needed, 1'lall.one' to gather with Il'l' much less troublemoat
rain rode the foot of the dragoon touches\ the stirrup luau un\ but it I is:: : '! of ,
Campbell's men swiftly on for comiiensution for losses: :sustained by mason I CI\I'-ItOT wllltu'r i allows( all thc moisture to go towards
trail of their : in or beast noes' : down\ ; the deadly: rifle hasonly \ in the world. the demand, for
Ferguson, guns wrapped : of t the emancipation of t the slaves the I the support of the cucumber in dry weather.
their and blankets in found a more conspicuous'murk.\ % ]IK goods. There is not, in I'IJrt,1 fact before I
overcoats trusting! South, whether dirl'l or As to the quality of hind to plant I pree-
God, but acting on old Moll's maxim, 1'eyster sees' the day is lost. lie raises thl'wlilte or remote. "' 11.1. hldirl'I'tlroxilal! the public upon which an opinion in favor for the best that can he got time, and

.. I 1.. s to keep their )powder dry" Just before flag./ Ferguson curses! the hand that war ended was lost forever of very low prices for cotton can bo 11:111 if lot naturally good, make l"'l'T'I : A compost
1 raised it 1II111ll'ar. it down. Do raises known fact fair and I
!sunrise of October 7th they )passed a little 1'eyster! We are opposed to in any amid En'r' points to t of stable cotton seed, mellow
l below the Cherokee Ford of Broad river, it again at another point. Ferguson gallops{ : !shape, whether r\hlutitll I niT the national l\ratl\ prices! from the opening I of the year mink and lime 11\lrl i is
and 1 soon 1 came to Ferguson's camp 1 1I of the 5th. to it and his "sword, levels!: it to the earth, (\'l'r\: debt in rel'TJIks.Iu\'illl flooding the to its close.-Atlanta Constitution.OLIVE kinds! of vegetables.{ Ulhcriunnuresorenni-

The trail was fresh: now, and! the hearts ofthe He will brook no surrender. He will will count with Ill'prc'lal'Il currency, or ii( *.-I think I omitted to mention in niercial f'rtilizrr ran bo used to great advantage -
I hunters" beat high with the !stern joy or die. With a will that ne'er'luail"I, he any other way. The llth i is too poor' to my communication on Olives( .that in California 11 tlc IhSl'11' of the above Conepost
lie will win die
dominates field
that warriors feel." Twelve miles further the or be ml ishnumt t. Moreover! what tho Southern (where I resided Il'wrnl'aT) I is ; but caution should be used in
on they met some men coming from Fergu He orders his men to join in their columns people earn by hard labor, in the \\'I'atof surface tree ; that is, the roots run near the I the mode applying and the amount.As .

1 son's camp, and they" as well as a boy in The butcher knives of the Tories: are strapped their brow, shall not be filched from tl1 :surface of the ground, probably owing I to irrigation. to tIll stage I to gather, I cannot here,
a field near by, related that Ferguson was to the end of their guns. His regulars! have by legislation that gives tl'l less: thul i I Th't'they arc frequently blown well describe that. I must he learned fromexperience.
just\ three miles further on. It was! just! their bayonets fixed.! The sabre of, every dollar worth for a dollar.Wo down in h'lvI'torl'. Here 1 think The hl,! only' should !In' well
about twelve o'clock. The rain ceased, the dragoon that can live upon his: steed I is on Irl'1 in favor of retaining in ofllce !such roots! wOII,1 mil deeper for moisture, tlc! and closely ,packed in crates to thl'I41'h'l's.
clouds lifted, and the October I sun in meridian rest. Charge I Charge/ 1 :shouts Ferguson lines us! public :servants as! have been honest, capa) i in moist places, which it would 11!bo' and! "culls" hutdifrercntcrates. also 1 think;

\ '" \ splendor burst forth. he forces with defiance the thronging : bio and faithful to the constitution, witlmu I 11:1h,1 In California, t to harden it 1 good Men. to ship' each quality to different '
him. The n"oi1
close around
"Turning with alchemy of its precious eve that \ supreme mo regard I to their political "pinions.! The I orange "hI. to tl commission houses and let each !sell on
I r' of the battle has moment with4taTlt( 1'\'n
inciH : a
f. :, The meagre, cloddy earth glittering gold." pregnant, )perhaps} with destinies come of millions Southern pl'OJl' are not a nation of ollice : ty degrees freezing point, they do lot its O\I II'rit Ship promptly bv the most
seekers. ,( direct and quickest! route rl' of the
: I'TII'ltT' irrigate after August, to give the now wood
: Auspicious, glorious omen of the brighter of struggling heroes of the destinies: of / nr,11'41
der the constitution, and it is little difference in freight. thingsship
indispensabh: chance to ripen wo ha"I'I01,1
m:': sunburst that was soon to wrap the grand myriads: who:should come after them. Onct) 1 up. I
that t the or t the government shall this wintertime trees will suffer in good' condition to no other
!spell orange thnl
old mountain in thaj would be of the silver whistle oll'I'T
(: a glory more the weird notes .
',{::4 1 undimmed forever. The order, Spartan in quiver through the drear shouts the con not be lrti1'aTt,111! shall give their entire I very much. They have made. and are making houses! of established! reputation ; and you
'.Mit t to the discharge of a wonderful growth, and, i fear, will notripen will run but littlo if any risk
its brevity amid in its import WI\.1pI\S4I'd down I filet once more he shouts with ruining
; the duties of their ofllce. Tho tests 1 have been particular in writing
\ only enough to stand a free/0. Much lure on
\ up
\\'f3. the line [from lip }, Tic up overcoats, voice that rises! above the uproar of the but
Y *' pick touch-holes fresh/ prime, and be ready tie : Cume un and crush the damned, rebels should he fitness! and fidelity. and, the tern l'Itionhoulll he used! In not urging anymore this first mentioned vegetable from the fact
of service, in every subordimiteoflice, should either by cultivating that my advice as to care in puck-
"hIeathlTt..lln growth fertilizing IlckllA
; to fight. The )people of the country into the earth 1" There is a hush along
be during good heha'ilr.Thrrc or I saw trees! bearing ing 'uc\llheT( and
orange hol
plough boys and sel'll men left the rebel lines.! The rifles are cocked and) pruning. ohservd
is not a word in 11 this which is on tho mountain side at Auburn, California, must bo management of
the fields, guides were !selected, the word"Fnrwardl" ready, but their lire is withheld.
was given, and in twenty minutes amen fwd crush the damned: rebels into time not in strict accordance: what the AVu- 1,'JOO feet above sea level, Whl'T' they' have every class! : \'I'gdnhlc-l'. M. Oliver, in
the head of the column caught through earth." And with the wild vehemence of and Courier; has! advocated) for the past ten ice every winter, and the tn'N not injured, (JainesvilleHOUSEHOLD Smut.

I the opening of the woodland the glittering despair horsemen and footmen came; thund )'I'UT4.'hen! Oelerullllewk, is President by pursuing: the above course, not forcing: 1

I sheen ot British:: bayonets fringing the mountain cring all along the line, bayonet and sabre redoubled we shall press: r.rwar.1 01.thl':4le: line with late growth.-Cor. Floriilii Diujmtch. KNOWLEDGE.

I tot Within a mile theirdestination Hash: to the \light and the opposing: 1'l\rtil'4l1rC! hope nnt or "8," in the Florida Agricultural of July 7,
a courier of Ferguson with dispatches for but sixty paces apart. There is: a sharp crack The sentiments above expressed. by the wishes to know how close to water wo NEW YORK COOKIES.-One cup sugar, two
: Cornwallis ] that last whole rebel line l'al I t thirds cup of butter, one-half cup of milk,
was captured. n message bursting into a volley ; the AVu' and Courier will be rCII endorsedb successfully grow the orange. I would answer -
to his commander Ferguson said "I of Pierced with balls two teaspoonsful! of cream of tartar, one-
: i'l" flame lire. seven most! Southern journals and men down the slope of tho river swamp to
hold position:: on the King Mountain: and Ferguson) falls and gives up the ghost; The public the same level of the cypress trees. To insure half tcuspoonful of soda, and one egg. Add

"," all of the rebels out of hell cannot drive me dead are heaped up{ thick around him, his success: the trees must be planted on raised flour to roll thin and cut In rounds.

d from it." These! words were read ut the. men are scattered ; his: riderless steed gallops TiT FRAUD CRY. beds: with water furrows between, and the i.EMmis JttlnLiT4.-One' egg, one teacupful
>E head of Campbell's men. The/spoke not a I frantically from the field of fate ; the 1'vory Republican paper in the State is be.ginning ground hoed or scraped' over lightly but of sugar, half a cup of butter, three teaspoonful -

word. Not u shout was raised. But a grim white flag, is run up. Ferguson i is stark dead: to r out that the Democrats) intend once or twice in the !!l'IL'On. Under deep or of milk I one of cream of tartar, half tablespoonful -
smile crept over their stern faces while they there is none to tear it down : "it is finished to carry the State by fraud ; some or frequent culture the trees would become diseased : I of soda, two small lemons, juice of
prepared to put the braggart partisan' to the ;" the battle of King's Mountain is thl'1 arc frantic over it. If the Democratic and perish from the diebuck. Have both, all grated rind of one Mix. rather

test:: won party were bent on fraud, they could not by had the river cover the ground from one to stiff, roll and cut out with a cake cutter.

THE DISPOSITION OF BATTLE. VHTOHY\ any possibility equal, cither in extent or Inv two feet deep in a heavy northeast! gale and RICK Pi EH.-One quart of milk, six eggs,

> Victory I Victory I shouted the South Carolinians fusty)', the fraud i perpetrated by the Republicans stand for days or weeks without any hUllCOISl'luenlc'I. one cup of sugar, one cup of ground ricx
Near the base of the mountain the m'nwere
and the mountain men. Yes, let in 1870 in this State. But the Democrats With proper' culture the trees Cook the rice a little In the milk, ('OnI -
halted, the horses were picketed, every the !sons: of God shout for joy 1 Here, in du not intend to commit any fraud healthy and the fruit as solid tinually while the tir and limit the egg
man stood to his and swiftly were the I Oi
) gun the drear midnight of our dl-rl'at-on the themselves, neither do they intend that the and durable aa any grown on the upland. I in when hot. The of two lemons, and
of battle made.
dispositions slate! which Right recorded oppositethe that bleak ledge of the precipice that overhung Republicans shall do so. The erroneous statement that the orange the juice of one, or any fiavoringyouchoo.se.J.i .
gravestone the unfathomable gulf of dl'pair-hulI ; It Is well known that the Hepu1iclU1J will only thrive on dry upland is chieivcirculated
"Colonel Patrick Ferguson, an officer be- relytuaialy on the enormous HHOIUMI A BICKKSTEAK: whenever the
and half naked the mongrel horde of the by people who have that sort of
longing to his Britannic" Majesty: was here desert has builded victory's altar and their in the black belt counties. One of their trrra Anna for tia e. Shade overhead is also coals blaze up from the dripping"1 u pinch of
defeated and killed Campbell'posted his favorite frauds is registering and voting imported fine salt thrown, upon{ them will instantlyextinguish
blood had fired a flame that blazed with me- very beneficial to tn'el on low wet I
Virginians on the right centre of his assaulting teoric splendor across' the Southern sky. colored! people and mino", anotheris IL11 the flumes. Uy carefully attending

lines, and on his left posted Shelby with Victory forborne! Victory for country ]I to multiply rl'peal.l. The Democrats) TIP STKAWHKHHV IN IIILI.x-Mr.. Barry to this matf'r. you may have )your
the men of Sullivan. Sevier with his own Victory for independence Victory fort the will lee that all !stopped or stop| c'tl l las says this is the best mode that can adopted 1 broiled steak or crisp but not

men, part of Cleveland's regiment under rights of the against: the exactions of near us it is possible to be. In Orange for the regular fruit JPnh'n. If you desire scorcher, and juicy, yet well done.GINOF.K ,
( Major Winston, and the men of Hambright the few I many for the right ol man county we Ir.r that the hands: on timerailroal fine, largo, imigh- rl, pinch oil timeruwiers
Victory every CAKKH.-Rub a quarter eta >und
and Chronicle constituted the right wing fast the jw
who have not been there above as us they appear, repeating
to utter his voice in making: the laws by of butter into half mound of (lour mix
. a
t The rest'of Cleveland's men, led bv himself three months: arc registering this ought operation as often as may be necessary during | ,
which he i is to be governed to no tax ;
; pay one ( three ounces of loaf su
and united with the command Williams\ the : thus
I which he his chosen representative does not to be permitted, these: men have no right 8Umll'r Every runner removed 'KI. IKwleret
half an m ounce
and McDowell the left wing. { nt the centreof gilt ground ginger,
composed : to vote. We furthermore, t that Democrats produces u new ('rUWl
to render! obedience to nn i It'ar
not levy ; l'OWl'rwhich with the butter and Hour and make them
Sevier with the right wing was to move xip in Orange and other counties are to the plant, and in the fall plants will ,
he himself does not in
the ravine along the margin of the brook, a participate be arn'Itl..1 on or just before the day of ('II'clon have formed large bushes or stools on which together in u paste; roll it out a quarter of
i creating: I Victory for humanity I Victory inch thick and cut it into round cakes
an ,
branch of Clark's Fork of Bullock's Creek the finest! strawberries be the ,
; with on trumped charges that they have may t.pl'ctll
the voices of the up
which people
about two three inclmesacnss bake
i Cleveland with i the left to I.thc course following In the tho or ; thl'l
p the voice of God! Let such victory receiveour il way violated the United States! laws season.
m b* now marked by the woods Shelby: to act in ground the be kept in a warm oven on iron plates.
; relating to J homesteads.: It is too in the
everlasting! Imo rouge. >ext to dod let us: : latt alUJI frequently
cooperation with Campbell, and Campbell worship the rights of man. Next to Him day 10 play this: game 'j Here llle in clear of ( ., and stirred witl GCIMIYR CATSUP. -Orate three dozen
to charge the face of the mountain to the a hoe or fork. and twelve white
m' alone let us venerate the heroes who kept Florida when members of the legislature largeclmb1 onllnl;
front, thus surrounding the British stronghold the pledge of life and fortune and sacred 1 could, be arrested on trumped up charges and I STRAWBEKKIT I'I.ANT. TO ; put three handful of suit over them They
and bearing upon it on all sides: with from Tallahassee to Jacksonville to TIP AIF.-'fu ninstbo prepared'. the day! beforehand, and
4 honor to make them whole. Let the centu brought 1111'r of Jlanh required) for tn & II
concentric fires. rion-like eagles in their flight hover around answer before u United States court, order any given I apart, way IJe I'Icertulnl..1); in the morning lay them to, drain ; soak ucupful
ro- THE BATTLE. that the I might the of and I a of mustard seed, drain it
the monument that makes: the eyrie whence Republicans orgam..c by dividing the number square feet inan lll
As the men of Campbell, Shelby and McDowell the bird of victory plumed his wing. legislature in their interest, but that day, has: acre ((4j.VO: ), by the number of square and add, to cu'umhlrs, with two "r>ooii-
deployed along the base/ of the mountain passed and the people) will no longer tolerate( feet given It.each plant, which I Is obtained fills: of whole iKe'lier J ; put them in a jar,
c. to their appointed work, the British such arbitrary uittrfcreuccwilim their rights.As I by multiplying tho distance between rowt cover with vinegar, and cork tight ; keep in
opened fire. A sheeted flame bursts from 3fK. HUGHES 0\ THE SOUTH. to a fair count, The lUt has beforeculled I, by the I i"tallf'between plants. Thus I dry placo.RKAISKU .

the mountain crest and )pours its hissing Thomas Hughes, t the distinguished English the 1ttntlollof the Republican' leaders strawberries l planted, three tao. bv one foot,, Loi.v or MUTTON.-Hone and trim
'# bolts on these devoted men. From behind) "' author, made a speech the other. evening and public time high,i character of give cich plant three square feet, or 14,52 rocks and trees the hunters' rifles send hack in Chicago at a dinner. In the course of t the I'nttll'l who will make the final plants to the acre.-Harry.TJIK lard the thin ]part, alli roll it round ; lay the
keen response, and the Indian war-whoop this address )lr. Hughes said that ho Jlall count il !'('. The very names of joint in a stewan over some slices of fat
wakes: the forest echoes. Campbell's invn found the people of Tennessee j erfectly these wel is a l guarantee that the infamy of 8TK\WIIIIY.-I.'ur: family use, werl'I'OIIIl'lIollaltil ll'II, add whole tit to ta.tr.
ure climbing the mountain ; Shelby and willing to accept the consequences! of the 1H7<5, hJ' which the popular will WI' reversed : ,<-ds four feet wide onion stuck with cloven, a couple of lied&I

McDowell are pushing! 'through' the gap late civil war, and ('\1 the most pronounced will lot be rt'J>'at..I. The l Ucnw> wide betwri'ii. These carrots and I bundle of sweet herbs; moisten
nearest to the camp ; and at the head of Southerners, being questioned as to whether oats of the State know if they curry 11..1. willuI'ITIIlat.three rows of plants) with and let it braize: gently for an
yoiuler ravine conies the line of .Sevier eager they were satisfied with the )>present condition this dl'Cti'J lt all, it must be by 'honestvotes. wlich may ttulII linl'l'l inches apart each hour aloc Ir .. When done strain the gravy,
fur the fray. Ferguson gallops to t\H\ ,Iwal, ofafairsacknowhelgeil that they would And this fact; ought to be a"Ilail to way, the row nine inches from free it Cr"l fat, lame j it over the joint in the
of De Peyster's regulars!, and with fixed bayonets not have a change now if they could.' This the Republicans a'I it is to them And it tie [1'y. Throe bell! run Im kept clean, dish ii+id, nerve garnished with parsley
unltl'!!' with some of the Tory allies! opinion J given offence to the editor of the doubtless i is so, but believing that defeat al I fruit can bu gathered frlu them
and leads them with dauntless! spirit to the Chicago Tribune, who U surprised that a man awaits th'I. they are raiding the fraud cry without setting the feet upon theta.lorry.'fuEUE Rice BLANC MAMJK.-A quarterofa pound

charge. The British bayonet How many |I of )Ir. Hufrhes's caution all now, that they may shout it more vociferuslv is u great demand in Chicago and of ground rice, two fUl'C of loaf sugar, oneounce
lines of battle have you driven before that },clttrutoQlhuuI: Jot have known better. > after the ('h''llol. Cry on gentlvmen, for Florida fruit. We would, ud- f.f butter, ono quart of milk, tavorinl
terrible onset.; On they come, in steady ) hC'ahonW known that thesuutlm it will hurt nobody)' and it may put you in abetter Cindnlat to supply of "'lul"lled ; mix the rice to a 111kth

phalanx: and McDowell's f Shelby', and has all gone t the bad that the spirit case to stand time defeat that awaits 'ni demand producers direct, and not force tilCt'( little milk, and put remainder
driven the of rebellion rife could find, Ku. L'niuii. tWI a' Intu butter,
Campbell' men are down mountain L thatyou a ) heretofore, to seek their supply in 1 buucfpun wih.hc
side. But hark{ .A shout bursts forth Klux with hot gun behind every tree, cities, If each market its J'.lt1 supply, siigur and 1'llu'JI''li, I Ilk to a
front the opposite extremity of the mountaincrest. | that hanging bees with negroeeas.victims I IMI sir doubt the discriminating iustico better will be maintained f'IIJIIC and the boiling i Iolllt, ltr tie rice ; let ie'II1 for

Hambright ChttmnleheUeverand-arid are a constant source of amusement among of the 'sspleandtheir capacity for futll- duct or prices time country be more advantageously pro- I'l minutes, fr Ullt comes away rol the
Williams have scaled the heights,the BritNh a degraded i people, anal that unless Garfield, gent .lf-WJ'I'rllll'lt. and therefore 1"t di saucepan ; r''U 1110 with salad oil, pour
arc driven behind heir wagons, while Ftrguon and Arthur aru elected It might If as well doubt /f Democratic ticket. triutl"l in the rice, let it get jfrfettly cold, and I turn

r-' rides amongst them, exhorting them to sell out the Rugby colony'and bend the Its til'C'i would, bury i Ix-yond resurrectionhe Tn K ficientlfic Aintriran says that ud niterut nit.

with that vehement conrajre that knows no. settlers home. < sectional jealousies and hatreds which <-d sugar may be Ih'h'h..lIJ.v a very simple To I'KCSKKVE I'KACIIKH..-The clearstoneyellow
fear and no surrender. With a silver whistle Hbr unfortunate for )Ir. Hughes leave MI long been the chief stock in trade of I.t. A little pure* sugar N taken in tie peaches, white at the ltnf mire the
whose shrill notes pierced every ear, he calls not to bay impertinent in him-to n'ntlf l.cntiferuui t'IUI'I" and in no other loltl. and when dissolved is replaced I I 'hcwt. Weigh the fruit after it To
his men around him as the huntsman calls at a time like this, Whl'l the fat of the way can this i accomplished.t ; 1 tie bii-qicctod article. If the latter each ]njund of fruit allow a i>ound tIC loaf
his houmN. and while the stricken full on nation tremLC in the balance, say that would restore harmonv and 'I"I fl'\11 ontains IIta h, glucnxe, or chloride of tin iixar. Put a layer of sugar at thclottumof
every siihs",I and tiia-vowards: crouch in the the :Jlth i, pcacv. If what Mr. Hughes K'twiall! the Il'ci"I'and make\ us il a distinctly bitter taste will tx present. he preserving kettle, and then a layer of
rear he wheels about, sword in hand, heads{, sa"1 i true, what is to become of the admonitions : as w'il!! a* in name out |wople. The (only fruit, and ,. on the fruit i I. all in.
a counter-charge, bursting like a thunderbolt of the Tribune and of the vast and I ivairythen would Ix in the race fur thelevtlopriuiit A "I'YEVCL'1'AumLE!: ron Jut'llw.f-IJlur. Stand it over hot unt until themigarU entirely

upon the enemy in his rear who reel wundering sea of eloquence with which of mal real prmifrity., the dl"! one I"Jwll.u'IUut. Butter, flI und i dissolved ; then soil tht'1 till they are
before. hN terrible! onslaught.! ; Hut as he 'onVIing, Blaine and In<;cr..1 are kweej.inthe / ration of labor. tl cnlar/fiiMit. of humanright. two srimakraquart. one |"> clear; ta"l th11 out i.iee bv piece, and
drives back Chronicle anlllambrlt.t, .Clen' West To be sure IJ.1 has beenin ; .', \.rulotiol\ of .lUl'liol. inoralitv, is u quart. l'o\lt'r.1 white. sugar, one |IJU I Iul,1 1.1.read them on a dish free from syrup.Jloil .
land aud Williams'. Campbell, Shelby: and I Tt-nnesnct He h: stt-n what Ill has ,,I vl'tjA'f'i l lilierty, order, and all that would l one ounce i is I tumbler' T'I holds eggs make I the syrup in the pan until it jel.;
I half
McD.jwi-11 c*mt thronging; back, and the .. seen with ids own C't. He is a man ofeminence end t xiutkf: us the fm..I.:1: nation "f the |IIIUIJ. COIIWU is u when the are cold fill the JaJ
cheer resound "Come the British and jfiietration. He U entitled earth in tin- l f a gill. full with tiemi
. ; on. )VII grand Ilr.l 'IUIJI: pn.>- t(1ul 11,1 ti up with the boiling
are retreating I Come on, boys come on !I"I I lure than any l lJlkllnal of hits time to gremt-VJLLidl/. l: .U.I. I IY r It them I snort time covered
They had happily mistaken FWUVMI'H j,i, aisttk| to the urth, because. he \\'W our J'IaET.Uli no II.U, ETC. with 1. thin cloth } thru put on brandy I IIT,
charge upon| the rear fur u retreat and made i friend in the day of trial. In addition to Wuiour SMITH, manufacturer of ilk Jl. f should be laid ff cover them close with ('urk.skirt or l ajr.
the mountains rill;: with their jubilant this neither the editor of the Tr&unt nor the at rati-rson, N:. J., has. foiltd, far. U quarter from four to four and a half feet 8j> j From twenty to thirty will generally
+' cheers. Galloping from rank to rank, his i I zbeet-lightning orators we have named: have : a million of dllar. ,. thoroughly broken out In flat beds, well L u tllclei>t to l preserve them

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REFLECTIONS.; : 1'atal Accident.Yesterday The recent report to Congress; : : demonstrates Large Stock: af fete Vail Good (roorlcH nut! I-rcn 1MliouM.!' I II

...---n' ._' ______ abfu001\, William Green, a tbcpirfcxt practicability of the lat Just II -'cived at J. it: T. K vim's.( Ir

..oo'i:7 ; ,l.+r) FUl ,rLV .IU)si 1s. ('olorl'llll.ll1b"tsixtcclI year of age, while ter, and its pi teniiidhy"io pay," even at .- -- -- .\. II. XO'I'S.GIWCI.n ; .

-- ---. ---- attempting\' to jump on a "shifting". l'n. the large cost! of some fifty millions of dol .1 treat Itargaln, : AND] SHIP:;J()( ClIANDLllll[ : r

To Correspotulents.brreapondcnta gine near the depot) while the engine lays If this be !'o. then "tt /((atiuri;," will a In Black Silks: at i.; cents! u yard-worth

( find 1Jt'r8t/n. having biuinrts was in motion fell between the engine and canal double-at J. it T. Kvim'b.: tlF.IFort IS
with (this' i>apcr will jurrue direct to FLORIDA barge affording the same facilities for I
MIRROR Fernnndiim, Fla. a platform car, and was run over by the transportation} of all products! to or from Provisions, Liquors, VAc

---- -- latter, cutting him right. in two and causing tLinboard: at :LC'l, tofhnlysonlcteunlil- Hlack French Cashmeres

'[JIll: !sales of lumber at Muskegan, Mich., death instantly. Justice KUcrmann empan' lions. pay u great ,111"ttf'r: From ;111 i> (routs a yard upwards-splendid, F..11'lltl'- t CO.'S PLOWS.CFSTRB ,< last value "r J. it T. K "". A..FXT. FOR H.
week, nggrtgUll'10,000,000. _. \ feet eled a corOI1r'lIjllr! )", which found that deceased There i is no doubt that should the con- \ -
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REV. lu. MYERS, pastor of the Presbyterian came to his death by his own recklessness btiuction' ill') this canal fall into the: hands of Prints at O Cents. :STREET:; ,

church, returned from the North on the !I"" any of the three expectants., (who are I European : A case< of t fir!'>t-cla.is Print", worth. 9) cents I FLA.
TMVM, Wednesday.! corporations.) now so' anxious tor the ills( received at J. & T. .} v1'nui.' 52tf .
_On __ __. The Circuit Court. work, that :a llargi'," and not a "Ship.) -- -- ----- -- --- -

SERVICES In the Presbyterian cliunh) will The Fall Term of the Circlet' (Court: for "rune: will he, the result. Wanted at Once ;91 RM. ANSI. : CII.\lUU, .

Le resumed to-morrow. Morning services Nassau: county convened, at Lyicum\ Hall .it1t'(' my relnin\ I find letters inonirirv, 10!() barrels: Florida Syrup.!
:jHl( I 1.1i'ohdel'll::; 1U-T. CENTRE AFERNANDINA.\ .\,
nt 11 o'clock j evening at. 7:30.: on Tuesday last, Judge: R. H. Archibald pre- I, about I tin I prcnl st.'nus of our canal; and. Potatoes.: .\. II. Novns. THIRD ST.,

--- -- siding. iif niv correspondents;' ((1111] eminent engi' \ I' FLA.,
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_p UEV. J. ATKINS pave 'lecture: on tempo.ancc '' .- The following wore the wises! disposed of 1"1'', wiitin from liondon, and who/ has Xc'dC'rClst'I'ntH..

at the Mrthocli church on Tuesday during the week : | rcturt'fil from visit I _. .. ...
iiii a to Count do I IASseps's : I -- -- -- -- -r PP.VLERl-V Tllh

evening, and organl/"d. n lodge:( of the. Independent Thos. Haddock is. J. II. union!, admiiiNtrator great work lit :-1\1.1.:; \ ,) \\ii,os comeiningDM ; J. -V. KOIIKO.V .V SON,

Order of (lood'I'emplars. ; replevin. Verdict for pi:.nn'ili'' I desirability! ,i of keeping the original l".t I ('hole'", t Frultn and VCONKEC'lIONKRIES .

$YIA.III; a* low a OC 'silV and well-known fuel t I Jlrr.iuult"
pr ,
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MR. \\ L.twrlcycieart'tl on Oetuhcrl4th I < (u..m +to11 I
Joseph C. Read >*. John O'DonuM : ussumpsit. that some' \ three leis, of unfortunate slmreholilfs .-.-- I>TC.
the French hark 1'rnnrri, Captain MlhitrMorinc I \" Ve.-dict: fur' plaintiff' ; : damages; ) lost; pi] their investments: in thai midcrlal.iiig .
+ (fur St. Denis I : S. C. Farm
t $HUO.iio.' D. Itant'iiond plaintltl. ; : Bliss'l fiardeii: Seeds, Flowers, :
ttr f z ) ) fool of" pine lnlllhl'r.'alue nt co: II Garden IIXCa:11
The Stale of Floiiila. Tl'O.nas Christopher Implements.
( ",4. Votwithstanil'iitr the heavy ('O, .. '\"
$:JH-I., /1ONF1NINU I ( 'III""I\1'5 strictly to their - --- -- -
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1I"11I'rin'lII"'I.t" ; lan'PIIVl"'llitt, : disappointed,\, with the breakwaters lit tl, I'ne' of hu+ite-s, respectfully: solicit con 1'IIEND
THEUE wi1lloc a Democratic! nurling i i 1 I the Not guilty.) T. .\. McDone'l[ fur defence. Meditc--nmean I'II.1'1,1'.\ .oikat: holy I "igllllll'l1t,. ,\ : A .

Waterman Old! Field l on Saturday next, the The Stale of Florida id. John) Wl'laro"' ; (Head! in that respet't are far liner and more I 11AKKK8 AND CONFKCTIONKKS: :,

:.10th. Mr. James ft (;limll. candidate for the forgery, .v cI'litt : Guilty: Walter R. Yale |H'rt I lll.thl'llt. .
iTEEILic'Phis{ !: : : :] .
assembly' and other speakers, will address\ for defence. The trim ate i is increasing, but the umint-: I CHOICE'

the people. The State of :\ William Flowers: ; nmn'f/ i.. sir loam it does not pay" Then l
-- -- -- Groceries, Cigars, ami Tobacco!! ,
IlIurd'r.'l'rllict ( of 1 business has 1J''I'1nur\ special trade
: luilty manslaughter ft Hows tolls 'fhe
some astonishing : lnrg.
= CAPTAIN CIAS.A. FAinnui.rH, of Cedar for, over hn'III.t.nr..... and We have endeavuvd f!
in die third degree :Messrs. Baker and 1). est: boats goiiigtoChina i and Japan pay .',.r)00\ .furnislioiir; ; :
Key, owner of \'nlmorc mills, was in town to jilutiting fiiends I'URIJ: TOYS::; AND FANCY ARTICLES.Weddings .
this: week looking after the loading: of hisvoxels M. Hainmond for defence. (say $l2tJO:! ) each, to go through flue way. ARTICLH:, and their 1lInfilllll'll'atrol1n e is
The State of Florida t'*. William Ramsey: ; The !smaller one" ;;$4M) (say $4,000)< ) ). i'heyhave our be -1 indorsi -t. "'e are prepared, to
; the bark "
O"iSfar and schooner! fill orders! tora1!! of Fertilizers, together) Entertaiiiments, and Picnics f' .
larceny Verdict : Guilty. Sentenced to about twenty boats" a day each way, shortcut notice at rock-hot-
/ G; W.Lrwit.AMONO with our Cot to1 -- ----- onejearin the penitentiary. Mr. iilbcrt{ averaging .tl: ( ) ( noble income
1,0.K ($8,000)), a VOIll1''ulldl'i.1 Phospluitc1.: tOIU1 prices, tit
the legal fraternity in attendanceat for tho defence. but insufliiieiit to pay} fairly on the enormous j. N. \uonsoN:: it: sox, ANIL'S BAKERY,

the circuit court this week were : John T. The State of Florida: Hichlr.111I:111: ::\ : ;iIIIltr1ler. firi'i/hnil; outlay" '' Charleston.. S.: ((1. Cl'lItrIrl'l't:: ,
ohll'. O.
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Walker, T. A. McDonell, .\. R. Meek, 0. T,. Verdict : Not guilty :Mcstn.[ : 11|, If the proposed: "Ship; ::; canal were constructed \. W. COCKRULF, JXO. T. WVLKEK, -:23!---- ---Opp.-... --- Ituilding.N

Robinson, of Jacksonville ; "'. It. Dav'is of J. Baker and T. .\. McDoncll (for defeiu-e. excavations of from twenty-four totwentylive WVt.THl: R. VAXES. ;j'J- T It Y pti,

Gainesville ; and Mr. (iilhcrt of Montic:(llo. Mr. W. R. Da\is, a rising young lawyer of fut would be required with

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Gainesville acted State's
a as attorney. a corresponding and immense outlay for'lucks' pOCKRKLL \ W. LOIIMANN'S ,
( : TIrEcontraetnrsfrtheJacksonvillefirernandina ) and. other collateral tools ; whereas: (It'Ol'KR.LI..IIrAI.I. {, Jacksonville,) 11. .
Railroad began laying the track in Hrntihlng G:). if tho more convenient and economical

the city ft lueksonville on Tuesday, cominduing In all Northern towns, with the openingof ( ( "ll.irgo"/: system he adopted, a depth "f Attorneys amiFIIItNANDINA Coun"'llorH'" FAMOUS.

:,::1 the north side of Hay "street, spring, there is: -a general: brushing! tip, : from eight to ten feet is: all that will he uquired l'rt.'I.nrnti Flour.

opposite l.liate it Thompson's{ !! boat yard. renovating and freshening of the building-, I which throughout the water system I : FLA.

About ton hundred laborers ar. "ovv emnployt'tl fencing and grounds, a new coat of (paint is at present' available, already ittftn! --
Ottlco) ) Clerk of the Circuit
all along the line thought essential at least once in three all adjoining Court
.. : By means let us haven good' and :safe ONLY FIVK: CKNTS: PER: P"X1).
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i HON. JOIN T. WAIKFH. president of the years, and an annual whitewashing ; the "approach" to the Itrminv; of the' work, WALTKK R. PATES, Notary Public. (H.-It!

f Jacksonville Hancock and 1 HI.,liana Cluh; shrubbery is trimmed up, fences repaired, and that we will have such, nu one knowing; __ __n_ _.___ __ ___'_

sidewalks tirade good,and streets (put in order. the prcrnminentubililies: of (.!eneralfillmore!{ delivered an able, eloquent and cllective address ti-tf AT OLD P. ;>. .!. ;II I .;I W.
This custom is well worthy of imitation in (under whose: directions the jetty works::! at .. ..
t/ before the Hancock and H'oxham Club -- --- ---- '- ---

I' of this city, at Hibernian: Hall on Tuesday our Southern towns. Our own city, for instance the mouth of our river are about to be carried ............. ..................................... ...........,.... ii. K.: OTTiitiit: : ,
would present a more cheerful, prosperous : out,) can )have any doubt.Under .
evening last. At the close of his speech' the p
i ;:4.'tU'I'II.IZIU: : i
and if there :
inviting appearance was the "Iu.ltcnnjtlhotl':! Amelia and
club tendered him a vote of thanks. : :
a general brushing up. Cumberland Islands::! all the a";oi'oil'of! commerce ............... .................................................. ] KRNANDINA! FLORIDA,

}. THE Republicans! held grand rally at Lyceum We have many very )pretty places which can safely ride at anchor, and to their f.\t.1R I.V

E \. Hall on Monday night. Speeches:: are attractive, but there are, we must! all sides can he borne in barge and lighter; the.. I :; THK I: HllsrrniIINi

I f were made by Judge Knight of Jacksonville admit, a great many houses: needing paint, products of the far "'l'-t": and teeming; Flue Family (.roeerl o> sAND ..;i
South Hut let us hope that tin's, Ihcl'lll'up- ( for FALL CJARDKNS: living '.
out-houses whitewash sidewalks /
Chas Angel, Esq.IMS: l Republican many needing : -
1 est: internal improvement ever undertaken J_ not only a perfect plant food, but will
nominee for the legislature from this county needing repairs, fences and gates in with' I the ..
our country, yet pregnant largest keep all\ insects: at r r" !<|I''ctful'lbtant't'. >ta .
Mr. II. J. Cullender, of Bust 011, and lion. needing straightening up. The rich and rampant results: known to commerce, mav bo a For !sale in .inv quantity, large or small, PROVISIONS.Customers : .

Chas. J. Noyes, Speaker of the House! ofUelltl.'tIcntath'cs I growth of ourscmi-tropiad vegetationneeds truly national one, undertaken and cuulPletC(1 and country orders: delivered FRKK: on \
constant and attention and witha by our own government, for the use boats( or ears. Vegetable growers, TRY IT.
Massachusetts.: care '
t _. and benefit of our own people, untram- | no! l'LlJ) ,\: CO.. R
--- -- little care would, be a source! of great beauty mulled by tax or toll of any corporation, I lU ;m S W. Hay St., Jacksonville I : Fla. can rely ui{>on) getting (:HOICKJOODS
THE following vessels: have sailed for this where it now disfigures, and suggests m neglect foreign or domestic: the monument of a wise :! ,

' port, consigned to William LAtcy: and untidiness We have by nature, and paicntal legislation, designed for tilt> StttU of 1'lorlduHNSIIU' County.BY ( ::, as j

')t September Jaton (Nor.16.,) Tallakson. trout Gloucester! and to some extent by art, a pretty and attractive benefit improvement of t,all its of citizens our great, wholly country irroncctive and the ; VIRTUKof the Circuit: an Court execution Fourth issued: Judicial' outof .

eLy, but it lacks in many places! the of section or {Hilitics.. _\. C.Sr NOTHING HUT TIm FINKS'l \Mi, a.MJS
Kvngkerr* (Nor.,) Oslen: Liverpool, O.tobl'r Circuit in and for Nassau CouIIIFloriola.,
I t spirit of improvement and suggests decay MVRVH, CI R.! .
r 7. -A upon a judgment rendered on the :24th I day '
Libertca (Ocr.,) Hermann, Hoidroux, September : instead of prosperity. First impressions often of April, IKMI/ ), in a certain suit, in favor of are kept, in stock.
I 1'iiHHengern.
21. the plainttlf and. against the defendant, in
Jtare>icli/e (l\r.\ ,) Hughes- ,Sailed Swansea determine persons' looking for a home Per sloaniship 1I ,..tern Tttn from Ni > which suit W. H. ('. Duryee was plaintiff' -- --- --T
September 7, via St. Vincent. .\ neat and attractive town, where every lot York : 1 1. Knoeil: ), Mrs. 1 I. 1rl1)mi: .1. II and i D.) :M, Hammond defendant, I have levied c. IIVUT. ". BTKIT/: .j

U,ko (Oer..) Hcrlin, from Liverpool, September and house! ISl'I'IIto be cared for and valued, Norton, wife, two l.hihl'e'III.ld! nurse, ('has.: upon and will sell, before the CourtHouse C. BART &fc:: ('0..
; 14. suggests the idea of prosperity W. Fuller. 31rs.1'.1Iclht'rav.{ : J. K.: HllwIt'li I door in Fernandina, Nassau County, "
-_ and wileV.. $. liwsou!: and! wilt', mils on the first Monday in November, 18SO I, Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
unaccountable accident occurred at Much is accomplished by example. If one !I'Vynk 11'atson M I,a. N. K. m Sawvcr, )Ir-: .\. being; ti't'' f"s.t! day of said month, within the

Woodstock! nulls: last week which HO' citizen commences freshening up his: premises 11.: Sawyer and two th'id-cii' Mr and l >.' '-. I legal 1 hours. of said.I sale day, to the highest i I Foreign and Doiiirstic(
the same idea will be suggested or put |"Mllv: 1\II.111"'l"ihlrl"I., Mr. a id :Mr*. II.'I 1 bidder, for cash, lots :2, :3 J and 4, in block 33,
badly Injured the machinery as to cause operations 1.. 'uhf. c.iild. ad! Reil.J.V.. FruitutM
( our+c,1).11' I City of 1'rII a I llti 11:1. Ix'vied upon as the .etc.
to cease for the p..e'c.t. While the in practice by his neighbors, and such examples Rovil: I, J. Jivi' and wit'e, 1:1'J.. II. hc'n>, Ptlll'cl't3"lIf i 1). 31 I. Hammond. .

sawyer, Johnson, was at the .saw, aifd everything are very apt' to be contagious. TIll Miss I I.1. Fuller, Jii-s Ci.; Meyer MM. J. (!i. I i I PKTKR: CONE Nos. 55, 57 and 5'J! )Jal'kl't'Ircct,
working smoothly natural time for thin work in Florida is in Ii;I'I'cPwtNUI I. MU< 1.. Oltth.l'lk.'W.': lt 1 Sc'ovel, I $hcritl'of Nassau County, Florida.1'crflanmlfmia .
-1 apparently the fall, after the heat of summer and the Mist 1'1.. Kl''en, )11'! 1J.: CiMik and two I : I. Fla., (October) :2, jt+v>. CHARLESTON: ; SOUTH CAROLINA. :c.
'micro was sudden crash like an explosion, children, K.I-1.: Fox, Samuel: C. Uniwn, .1. 1 F.Doncliv ____
which broke the saw into ntonis, crushed stornm of autumn are plasm. Vn' are, moreover M.m'er: mind wife, I Il.! JJ.: Tinner, I State of Florida, Aassau,. ('Oll..t}-. .it'UI."lgIIII'l'lIt.i of FI.OKII ( In:0.:;",>1

the pulleys ami demolishes the shafting, I'oiiM-ious Ihl'l1of the arrival and l subjecting ,- II. W. Davis, )1.,.. A. Hiidwig, L. P"r".l'. 'HO M. 1'. HUNCKLKY: : sol it'itl'l1__ Hiul\ .prompt' returns made. (UtiU'
ourselves III the critu i" of W.Davis) ; 1'Hnll:: M>,'mour ('anuMr" n _
of the Johnson 1 m strangersand ; t.You arc hereby notified that a writ of
portions saw striking \<
nod 1 Mr!1. X. Howlainl, K.: Kinilwlv and K. UAUKNICII1\!
cutting him ihe and thigh. naturally do-ire to put on our I hot ap aiuiohment has boon ; against you, andyour
severely ; ou arm wife.JJ. \\ Husiivvcl'. Mrs. W. IL. MoKin AGENT
altlll'hl..1 l the demand
eitv to satisfy t 1 ,
t It 'I is miracle that he was not killed instantly. pmramc.The .I. ley, Jaiiies Savage, \\ in. Ruler: and 1 fUrl}'- I ;of ('lareneeC.11'iiliamy pro{ "", amounting $!'.!.- WIIOLKSVLE ASP UETVIL ,
It It hoped( by the owner til tae owners of the l Iuwnl:: Houl liavc si\ in the sloeaage.; I 10-lou. Now, unless you shall ni>pear before

1 mills that he will bo able to commence work set a capital example of improvement{ in a" 1i 1-- J. .\. Kllerniann, a Justice of. the Peace in BeTcHERXD ANDDcalcr STOCK DEALER: :,
(I surroundingsof ofthehitel. The hlll'knu.tuf i For Sheriff \axxdn County.J'ditur .' and for in a couple) of weeks.Have of the Mirror: \\\ ru.tetfullypro-" .'I dins, on the 4th tar of December. ISM, at in 1('...
the : is lower
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IMIM> to the voters of this iiiuntyihe name 10 o'e lock u. m., judgment will be rendered TENNESSEE: nElo'\: SPECIALTY
You HegMercd :? while its neat park in trout is suggotnc of of I' Kelly fur the onion 1ft' ShcrilF.MVNV against > ou.Dated'this. BROOM STREET WHVKF,
3 fu'registratiun' pleasure and reireatiou.i (CITI/E.NI 1st day of October isw O. 19-tf
you Apart from the pleasure domed from I the ('1.\m: c.'l'lI.LL: \ I FKRNANDINA.: FLA.Undertaking. .
JI.IIlI.n iL'i-td: ( 1'laintitf.I ,
cannot vote. improved looks cf a well 1.'I't'III'p1l1'l'' it I

adds to the I't'ClIl1lar'ulne of the prcmi"; l'brt .
The last Grandhrlfll. of Fernanillna. -
I tttoiet. and Tliiuare.ICIITV ----- -
.\ large) and niiclliiiciit;: :aiidiriieeciinN| .scdof assists in preserving and keeping up t'te durability llle.ll W\TtR. __ H. )I. IIEXDKHKOX,

;1 Io"lh 1 {piiliticnl' {P.IHUN, vvis: addr.iMl at nf, the building) stops decay, and $::atunlayllctulmer2:1.llll: : : : .\. M.IKI1Sunday :: "' i : : .v IIKOTIIKU:

Hall[ last Gcueru(11''IV.( stakes repairs touch less vt{tensive by tak : :21.......1i.4): ...... .. ST FANUFACTURING
Lyceum night, by lug things in time. I.et it bo our ambitionto Monday, ::.)...... ul":: 117": || Sec'ond Street, opposite 1'u: t-O/1ce/ { i JL\ AND FUltNISIIINOUNDERTAKER.
Clair .lhraui and (Colonel:
Loring. Major Ht. +, "
1'111'lllla. :!Ii...... 1:1-: & 1:1.1":
S. M. O. Gary, all xpeakers of known ability. make Fcrnundiim the handsomest city in Wednesday, ::1..... :i:tII"! :2:11Thurs.lay : .t I [ I
This will probably conclude the eumu taiga, t the South. I each householder and owner :2"i.j.: IS": 31": II

of city property will do his {.art, a great Friday 29..3:5:.! $ 4:21KKIVFII : 1 i FIFTH ST.. *
as far as public speaking i is concerned, in FERNANDINA) FLA.)
t this city. c11'all'l1l1 speedily accomplished.l It is unnecessary I I I

-- --- -- -- to add that the sanit.uy conditionof \ i ..... -::--
Oct. =av-Sch. Stella :M. Kenton, IU-udle- j II i.'t ..
The Steamer St. ./oi.. our city will bo greatly benefited I
by constant ton. Hoston.K't. -

The fine ateamner.St. Johns, is again on her attention to neatness and cleanliness.: ( :2i -Sch." Quaker City, McNe-eley, i *: I .I rJ.:::0.L : ts t
route visiting us with her accustomed reg I Providence.Oct. w L- -
ularity. WIIl'Itlae Jacksonville it Fernandina The Canal :2!'l-S. We-stern Texas, I fiat'., Xl'1 1 I I ( --'- r
I Turk.Oct.. I I
Riilroad is in the will }:,litar Mirrvf t
operation, : During! rather a pMraited \ '
:20' -S. p. St. Johns, Vogcl. Charles r
be a very favorite one to con mil here with I bit\ \ North I was much gratified to find the ton. I I -- ,

the St. Johns to and from Charleston, making great interest taken in the Florida Canal," (LEAKED.frt. : t,

close connection through to New- York and also that but one opinion obtained, \-iz. ; ( in./ -Hark Imogene; Hovvlin, Quevnstown. I METALLIC CASES, WOODEN COFFINS: l'- + .
and will be as *j>eedy, as the all rail routes. that this great, work should l lie made )by the I .\:- CASKETS
Oct. :2! >-Si-h." Mary 14I.1'I1.14I.11't1. New York. fI)
As new routes are opened' new combinations government for the use andl),>enetitof all our Oei. :21-Hark l-'r.LIIl't'tl. Moriar, l.a Reunion } I

and new hedulos are made. The old {Il"'Ilc'1) "internal !improvement," theiinmsiHc i HoiirUui,, J>Ks, |E.I..t India.K STOVUS: HEATERS.: : RANGERS;, 1 WHITE METAL AND SILVER PLATED: .:, tl

route via Live Oak will be one of the things", benefits of which, both to our own 1 .. 2-S. P. !M. John>, Vogel, Chsrles- TIN \M SHELT-IRON WARE:, TRIMMINGS 1,! dn

of the past &> far "'.4 Northern and Northwestern co.umunitics and trade I ton. I 1INl'INU( C! AND GUTTERING
i our foreign"- ('anIHnUy tkt. :2i-S. $. Western Texas: Him, N"'vv I .-CONSTANTLY ON HAND.Hodies .-**. -,/
travel is but with the .
concerned York. CUCUMHKR: WOOD PUMP, ETC. '; 11
r Jacksonville IVimcoIa it Mobile extendedto .\ very general opinion uls.tprevatltdthat prick I ""jJ"
large Mock of :Moves bund.. Give us: washed and dresjd t .U
I' I1iaoola and Mobile we will have a a "Uargo Canal," by all Lime. anll'ftcrvc..1
very meeting the requirement i call, and e-oinpare our prices with those of until burial, with or without the use: of ice )<" 'f
a considerable! travel alon;; the coast l between of commerce, and footing; about!
Texas: the Misslil'pi river ;and tile .\tI.mticcow.t a fifth Ks, would be far more dcMraMe than : removal.
]Hair i iAT m KIIIK: Tt) THK MIRROR. $J I>ER
Ii of Florida, a Irill..'lIual. :SVMV; Ir's H(II'T'i I t J annum $1 fur nix moutlui. Telegraphic;37.3ua orders promptly! attended t...


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