Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 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
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notis - AKP5868
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System ID: UF00054505:00088
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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.sr. 27: .v/irs. Lent I 2'iti/lnr. i i1 maud: a large: ; part: of, the ,trade\: which now the part' of the Democrats to etVect( their '.

I goes I to tho ;North( :and\. I'a.-t.'::. : Itiownheel! f.'at I'rsinlartitieinldrorrultinn, are tl.iirineipal .-
.\ colored man on :I rV.. :. Ward's, plantation At Perry Taylor county, Wednesday' oottonadcs and such kinds of
: ings, tit-kings, ill..lrllll"II. employed by our I"
Data killed a large rattlesnake! Last week (veniligtflastweekI: r.\V.1'1',\\' .,,, lo-t hisginhouse gnutlr.are I eulilitighere from\ the South\ mid iitieal ah'I'IMr,1, : they' have some ski

The footing. s of thu registration hooks, ofDuval and: decided to stew him up for oil. l'pon andawmill: by, tire It i is supposed are sold at prices. lower than tho( snmielual-: :\ I ful arti"I", in 111' use of llie-e implrmc't:'
ity ofroods from the l-'ast: : can: bo !laid down 11'1'1 in Florida.,
him two full squirrels : that: the 1IllIIl': originated. : in one of
county, completed! laic la t evening, cutting open grown here.. (Brent as is the power and Influence, of the"

show the following result! : and a rabbit were found in his stomach the gins-two were rUl''iitlg at the I time. It is only question of time when the I Tinted( States courts in the! opinion of this>

registration 1 l of whites i( 2.S1.1: \\\, learn that )tr. \C.C.. Woodward and, One of the young 1111'11111 the gins had\ his South' will 10,' foremost in supplying, 11111.1 ile\lerous manipulators' they should\ not 1.-

Itogistr.ition, of colored....................... a,1J7: :hr. )L Ii Johnson :are making preparations face and( hands severely 1<.'.11'1'1 I"Thl''\ loss ( with \ needed i get that. tll.rl' are such t tribunals us stut-
only IIl'T1WII people every bear
\ in'mi--;
farm the 'Patrick ) was about :$!:::1IIIoI,< > insurance.: Mr.Towlcs'sgin I 1'1111".11.1 tl'loll,1 Ibo
to !start a stock on place; : ; that there that will
Total. fiO.VColored ) ") w anthunt) will iii' able toshipa largoamouutto ill' lw= most asurctlly '
I plurality. JWlThe :.! I six miles from the city, with atew to was the only one at 1't'I'Q'.Jl.rdi.IIIcu.d"I" / AV- tho ;Northern markets. This fact; t is too j bo : 1',11"1 There an- nldetermined -"

: f ldoireiIstark., I( \\\. think such' i and ('") 11'11 whlil n
ills in two breeding -
regist i: ration !since" October plainly :seen by ''endinghusim-ss men of the I permit' these laws to bo \' ..1nity.

mall districts!! viz. : District) Ko. 1 (lII'tIeol' enterprise will prove a profitable invest-: t LKTTIK I'nou onto. ;<I..

: r) niiil 1 district No. is ((Chaccville) i is tacit and wish them' sticoos.'e leant\ many will go South with intentions ...1'1'11I'1' ',' 1"lorit.I, TII'f' bo no "e'

not ind III h',1. Posting of changes of loea- that :i little dillictilty ocenrred'eiltierday October. l"s'O.r.ilifnf mencing' the erection of largo enterprises fill'I unit theft of' ,tl' :Ial'. It t" \\clltoklio\\\\
ClM i INXVTt! I this in : may save a great deal< ,
between the \
at Mr.! Kemper'sstahev : I
lion will probably ailed those: figures some( ; Mitrnr Politics here continue to Northern supply.' i trouble and (' : ( lhervist'
This is most favorable registrar of Precinct :\). I 12:.!, Mr.! 'C. (C. IV.iree, I. '; and, coloni/ers, expense.aid \ W ,'o icpeatc--. in h--
little, hut not materially. a : day, and will continuoto I .\ .li+nstrnuv tiro occurred hire tll-' iu : may Major >

showing for the Democracy, and and, a colored boy who presented hilll"llt. t'lrl'.d"t'r. do wax: warllll'r'I'rr until the stun'tgle in ;November II which live or six worH'ig) girls wore bnrnwlto I tiirpentinocamp l.lvetk.( ;,

)Ir. Pearce, "being pretty' well sttiriteil : so great That lal who surrenders his prl'illl'IlrY ,
from which have cause to l'Xl'l'l'tluol / death. From Ihe situation, of the lire i
one they : takes place with additional, : earnest t each ,day. : i la" lYiciuls, orabandons hi.in"lillI'
results the 'Jd.! of November next.I'ulitn. .- i ,1 I that he was not !\\'I'IIIolll' years: of there for them to leave ,
on : The (October skirmish being over everybodyis ] was no'5eope tlll'l 10 llghl'" motive than u 11011'1'.\
age, required him to take the oath as required the hope of i i-
and tllI'I''l' the preferment
i t directing.. attention to tin- election of burning building' ) at f,
In I I the Democratic procession: at Jacksonville by law. This so incensed= the young: President standaid I hearer (tonal \- cy of. the 1I.III1l'ftl'r the lire their bodieswere : mean, despicable. 1'111, and shoul.l, bo he'
the our : Those: once knew hi.
tins)! evening, there will he carried the blood, (that he I'Ct'allll.'l'r' abusive' ; charged," e'- I Hancock.} Thou.ih the election in lu- rescued, but they were IInrl'I"' II7.Ih\1\ should 111:11101"kioJilll no more," :and, 1 heshou1bo ,

identical\ Cuban flag captured' l hy the' Spaniards the t'egtstrarvitli "tQ'ilig to stud his vote, d'ana' complete >rise to both' parties Tho buildins, : of .1I11 of the 'large Ila' 1'1,1 the weight of public tot'
with the steamer I'iryinimt.; :and'I finally)) I p.-ovokcd :h'[ Pearce to stoke i :it\ was has a turned out not to bo !so much ofa in this city tire so poorly constructed that it I tempt in all crushing severity It i is ,i

him with his list, thus giving a basis for :awarrant : tllil,1.It\.I'.an.! to ('III'IHIII"r. ami the III
(On the 1 Fcrnandina Jacksonville Kail- is at all that Isally''flue
alter all\ not surpri-ing \
\ "big gun" for the h Kepubl'M-ans : f".lllIah' i \ hl boldlv defies it is soon'
road the grading, from 1'anama; mills to this which I he. was not slow to geL I lie I 111,1iallalt..i1\. Kcpublicau in October is notIndiana \ kind of calamities occur frequently. :111'1 scorched ttl cinder before its blat t ing indination. -,'

city under, the charge Colonel \\'. J. Lawton afterwards, however, took I the oath and. was in 'I'lIIlll'rlI"tby Cincinnati has commenced, (to garb hl'lllf '; .
the "
,1 1 The work ofconstruction registered, notwithstanding he, is likely a : going same: \ I Let the Democrats of Florida, hI! \i i
this week. n1\
will he finished I deal The greatest: 1 frauds ever with vvhitem-ss' = having \'i1IIII'n'I.ly ,
minor.-M '. W. It. Hill)), Wakulla county a great Hunt 111.1 jl.I".lr olI during I 110 1'1'lI'I:
I i will he, pushed: when the grading : known in history were committed by by quite a snowstorm. T.. W. II. week.1'ateh every avenue IWlidl theenemy ,

I is::I Iini"hc.1.-ALout twelve miles of brought us, Wednesday' hisi. a specimen j- the H"I)1hlil':1Ipl'ly.: : \ In many. counties 1':1 ('Ii'1 an ('111':11': ( 11\1' 1'1
of t the finest IIp1.llhll'il'e we Mule everseen. .t : : :. point \ out tho
grading; has! been completed on Waycross : the d.etiOIrl'lllrJI" were larger by e1'I1IIlInll'.d .111 lr.lf'1'IO.\'Imt.WlIHIWl 11 II h'lJril al fr
this and Callahan. The :stalks measured, fifty-two inches ,Spainbrrespoadruen/hr, Ilra01(1.final. rl'lI'r'I'I.1.1 PI'I'li 11 skulking. Do not
road between city
: than: the cen-us returns for Ion:\ ) neglect minor" details that wi. ,
five six hundred, feet of in length, unit, (the heads alone fI'lIlIIt'll to' .1th5li% IiiiIrttihCr2): ( ) 11.1111'
week ,
Next !some or shows beside, the intimidation: Democrats 1'lhlllll and ensure "
', rails will he laid, from where the road: strikes: twelve inches= in length.! It was raised, on : andcarrying, the from othersuites. .\ new ('l'l'tluitteeriitg!, ilodjro, has Ju-t 1 1.1'1'1 A great rl'I"II"ihiil.\! upon y \'III.I.I.. S,-,

about mile from the ordinary, fiat, upland: piney woods, land., + negroes "th.tllhy the Rpuhfelu11s'tlhi11: ; the that( you (iivotheauo .<
the Florida} Central ( one t'l'I'a""I.
TIII'I'IIIi.II-.llIlh.l 11:1.11111.111,1111: it. by last week thtiuvtatrlrnl'"little jokers" have
::, ;
anti I with little personal
city), and an engine with construction: i cars: without fcrtui/ornfnuy: kind; \ circulated,) the nrgrnt.iI'hk h ymir .
several: colored voters brought from (Georgia; 11'1'1 among 11 no flj"i'111, ot duty on yoi,
will arrive and )begin, work on the line over cultivation. A-i acre of :such lice would who w'rl'l'ai,1 to cast: their votein. the lloo-" element 111'1'1111'11\,1 to Milluenco.. It bo to you hereafter a !subject' of I''rr.; ;

the rails down.-X" unit/ lies yield not less! t than fifty hu-K-ls.I = wh'ch!. ( is i in the ; lt a pocket' blank-book, with \I''t ,". Work! wIl'k11'! .
sier state. The' Democrats) here arcrptclthedefeat \ II,1 "rounded cdes;: <, h'lrill/, \ II. I!., ;in .
the ,1acksentale '
would net dollar)) at 1111l'o'I'r 1"1.l'I
of the Putnam House one per
I II. Orvis: Kin. : ,
: of. their party' in a manner: onlyknown 111' j ( I rail of t liartield.on the otherthat '.
of I'alatku, will, we understand! have chargeof ; rice-mill*. The i'a.IIl'; acre, plantedto of .\tll'l/
honest by not allowing
town party" rf.v<;i.v.v.i 27 I .
t'ottihlt 'il.l.ll1ot over ::.!.ill> poundsof : 1'hetirstleat'isnrrtatgeda: follows : .I.tVI' /.Ii :
the Windsor, of [this city, the coming: sea .
iota of defeat in the
it to I foreshadow one The Stale ........ .....
-Judge Jas. Dell, formerly of t ids city, lint, which would (it tell! cents, yield.grnss "t. .
:son.; ;November light. They at' more cnlhu-i.i-iie ,
afterwards of Monticello, and, 110wll''ial $2.i! J, or jolt lalrthe, tirt profit from I horice. Ih'IIII'\'r\ before, and\ determine to make adesperatectlbrt County 1 i iVt No. 1m K\ii.iriKs III 11'1:1' mi: IUOMTloNSOK

agent J of the Interior }Department) is in the There i ia !hssoii t : in this.- riofnttti.i.Lee elect! Hancock.The .11'1'.i.........................!t Fulled States Tilt: ltl\T, OHVM.i: lll\/.' i

.; l'nll'l1IanIl'el'i"l's in tjday'sI'liiim to ........................................ :11\1'1"\ .III't
A visors.Managers .
city.- !u.On very latest t "frawl"rllll\, _ht to light; ..... ..... ................. I : of the Ciii'iinnati( SoiithcinRailway t ,

,! for tine or( two second l and log carts I Monday night; \II'. Willie I'oi.rcll i is; the f.unoii* letter of
with tackle: lie wishes! to purcha.-c.' -The =son" of Colonel, ? c'"ltrdlohol? : and I.illl' Ids ; country, whuhwas ........................ ........... : "11"ilh1 branches: : of industry, trade, 111,1 cunuucrrr.1'(11lratiug .

:steamer (Ten. .1[. JHfil, has come off the marine brother-tii-LnvIr. Mar.in. The t two :gen' : : piibli.-hed in the papeis heie to-day. It ........... .........,... I hv I'olll ( as it ;does, a rich anti fertile

railway, rl'l'ainll'll11,1' put in first-class: : the Su- : h'eturning olllcer.Names country, and with its Southern connection
le-ini going
i t'e.nen, as we were : vp shows where he was in favor: 1l1 11I11I1.rI'atillllIIf ;
order Charlie J.'cn wick, her clever purser: and ; of voters ho exhibited t to us a Itepssblirul at I 'ha talllja. rl'udll'llll'' ri h plantations
; wannce ill a boat with others, a'i.petl'areve the ,Chinese: to the FniteiV} States. ThN and ( : Southern statoM.This .

,* is! mighty proud of her appelrauce.--The' ; between the two, resulting in theshooiing letter was: written to a \largo manufacturer .i ticket, all'Ih..1 it in. our prt'sctir' I is rl(happy 1111'1\I II (' for Cincinnati

Cumberland train arrived, yesterday! afternoon Martin. It is sad, i.i: \ business= men and nail) .
of Mr. a : occurrence Ma-sachu-etts when < iencr.il <.!|.llctd was: contains the :0\1111'1'1 Jlalh'r
The la-t I matter -
f. with two coaches! full of passengers.: : I I 1.1'1 *"'1"lowllll men-hauls (the \ \lilll\
and I deeply' regretted by every one. congress.: It will have a hefVyvcight on : market for their (., and til (

The cold snap' North appears to lie starting Mis. Martin[ is with her parents) and almost\ t the I Uepublican!: \party, and the Democrat\ : I-..ITI..II'1( :. a safe reliable IlIlrk.IIIl'rll.III1.i (' pn' ,luis' uii.l

our Northern friends: for sunny) 1'hiridu.1a distracted: over htr terrible misfortune. She' are :strewing circulars: of it broadcast.iovernor 1. "'(' the Iltl..iI.t coininitleo, hereby certify this, too, at a very rate of 11'1111:1'1'11'

.e early this: ai'nsnn.--hr.\ James: Morman, a has :-e\'l'wllittlc' children who,/ share with, ( ; }Foster, whil'tin recent vlsittn; 11111'/ in this I book, to I thenumber I lion, ?
of..embrace, who Already the people! sections: of tin-
native of England: arrivedvitlt, his: sister: in her in her deep' 1It1lh.doll.--ht" It'ry.lor11n1. this c'.y' made} a speech to his Uepublicanfriends : !' cast Il'J"I.all, ballots II I"'lt'r precinct country are beginning to 1.ll rl"'Illz the mutual -

Jal'ksoll'illeh'rt.lr: just: from the "old / ): after which he wa. serenaded by the, No. \ know of our personal t benefits derived, 11'01( 'llIllIlIatlI; '

country," They are on their way to St. Augustine t/a dhoti. Lincoln\ Club at one of the hotels., In his knowledge, and I'I'I'II\ as correct. The railroad cntcr|>riso.= cult 11' .

UlHll'XI'I'c' to settle in this State polls were opened, ...:....lurk' a. III. and Southern iM-opfo. wllll\1\ ( 'ItaliuitU11111t'tehaii
( McNalr'splace : the follow
Lat T1'ila.1I'.rht. ; on Mr. C. i few remarks he Wit'IIII'lr.1: : to say
closed at....... o'i lock p. III. Is: a class of 111'1 well worthyof :
permanently.' -The 11Itl'nlllcr now'bullditIg on ( berry lake, about in ('()ock ( !eo. inmlcalictl.Ibravcrlinn: : "I 1 expect\ (Cincinnati .......... ........ ........ I-I I their con fidence.,

at Wi'mingtoii! Delaware}) for I IelkLrry'slail Washington! Allman seiioiisly I cut WilliamScott to give J a majority for the' Uepubliean: ............. ................... (Committee.' Since tho opening' tif this road: last= spring; ,

Line on the St., Johns river, will both colored. The fuss: grew out of a party' III'lit least 1IItNInuilu'sg I tfmlr "r ii') ... ......... 1 the voluino of business: : has increased, at anunparalleled
Nuivuntlier2':.! 1 ISMI, rate, the dificrcnt prodnet'
bo completed. Chief Kngineer /
:soon joke. Scoit is not expected( to live, a.id All-)) tfnittlirrii tfniliThis remark: brought forth of the South Bata healthy 'market in (Cii.cinnati. ,,.

of the Uc't. .1[. 1wh; / I Is to bring her here, man) is awaiting his trial before the circuit no hurrahing from the club, for many,. tilth'niarehusinesi IlKMUtKri.: This is esjiecially the caso as= r, .

left f Wilmington by yesterday's train.Union. .- court, now in session: for assault; with intent 1I1l'lIlIf t thecily.1 and \\ linare (liive with full nanicsand account rrsi.lenrcufguiity of tli.-turbanee.H, if 11artit any, gnrds' fli1. as sluis recognized as the great
I II ( Take, for I In-lame,
to kill.-.!AiVi'>( Jt/'Ul'rlt'l'/ anxious to open up' tra.leilh our I who were re-ponsihlo.) "I tll'1.= ; in this delicious
TUB Xiw: KICK MILL.-The new Jirce- : The\ remark had connection The of this' document is to biilldo.c Iral"udjll
Monroe, Southern people. no |purJHI'I'i fruit reaching largo proportions! in the faco:
story rice mill of )[l'SHI. Hubbard Foster: &'\: The taxable in Monroe[ countyfor whatever: with the !Kei: >iiliiuii! vote tin1 ignorant negroes= into voting the of almost: unavoidable difficulties, owing to

MaedulF! which is completed property Republican' through 'rrlri"l the of I trnns ortation betweenFlorida
being rapidly ol'the cit- lil'kl.t.lIIIl'r want proper! |11C
this: year is as.sos-od at $l.v:.! )oii07.' of, this: l"Iy ulI,1 it pnx./led ma.iy or by the I It is: no tax | : and Cincinnati. These! dillictilt:
is i now one of the strongest and mo=" oaaclous 1101
The shipment' of cigars etc.. 1 Is on the hieaie. !i/.ens: : why Jovernor Jo'"ll'rholll, : ,I make: the conscience of the hummers nail I tire now removed, tlmnki, to the managementof

buildings: in the city, the whole work (',' One week's supply i is quite| a fortune saris an clfecting remark: on the wi it tire ol of that parly to tell these dupes Mutt I those tit Soiitliern Kailroad, and Cincinnati
upon it having: been done under the l'er' : Cinehiiiati'.s hll illl''I., The merchants= 'ljlt.I
for mail, and equals ),Ch"l.) Takeihetanu" 101'
poor bo Democrats) and
Mr. Macdi-n": Its milling capacity l'IHlrt'III.'i by the. am considcro I Isecond
: '
lilT would make hui, reds in this: are endeavoring to induce the merchants. of that snob to \
an .llIi""ioll wil'U\ tl'll t to noneiincqiialcd by any city on
will be four times that of the old .
over the South' to buy of them now teat they I I terrible pains :and i object I
city t want the necessaries: of iii( -Captain 1'1"11 1: \llllu'r the (::111111(111 Her location and 1 natural
mill, and between four and five 111111111'.1hnohl'ls Iv| to Mt that th. a straight ticket,
ad (
Jackson, of the mail :steamer' IAz-lf lli'mlcrHH have direct communication from thi- cjtylo \,11' \I tl; 11.lri"tllJ point are everywhere
: can be turned out 11ailBl' ile themachinery and wlllla\'(' iii opportunity! of "I'rh'h- : 111tl: it is that tfi"tjuecii
reports t the steamer! 'ochrnn( / it,h I atK.mont the :South; a'ld are tifienng; greater; inducements \ i U\klllll'I II .
of the old mill, a large amount rui' ing. I ( ) hIl'l'l so successful:< as: a
I :. Key, and I the t little! sttuuer'JiouJMt: than ever before ; but it is: not m-ces-: (On the contrary, those who' comply with fruit market.
of has I been received, but the
new machinery as sunk at the mouth of Manaico; river.; Th's cary for them to expect any 'lw'/lIrlrl'II\'lIl: ( I all the I rcqui-llio- "the ('Olliilt.u" and I Now, us to the ln.il* in orunxcH as bi-fori-
only (.special change; in the manufacturing I are 11"1"1..1 'hv that distingni-hwd body, will stated ( ;
indicates I bad IJllllagclIIl'III.--Af'y'1 11.' (7.ilJ: froin the :South as long; as Il&l'yallllw 'II.llIalllulll"llIlIol'r 1:1..lli
t will bo done with hi repoited, \Washington ; stones ,
will he that the milli-ig :4PI'lIU culties \ltil ( ff '
to impose on them as ho did inmaking be line ol fl'lIillj /ollt'rl
orange. without el'lrh' il III Iy! tho this ,
stones instead of wood formerly. It is lawil 'n.\ .II
David-:tiagtouofl.atiilcrlah, (, Miss., has ( i ) this: !remark.\ It is (true, ( 'ilw!llllli:! promotion, 111 they alai.\'' :success= will I ht ill l\r.* t ('lllllllllulill; with tho'great
11.that the mill will ho in ;
thought< operation (an compete with New; York as far a- !prices, I stand I good' chance coveted I 1utrcull i orange JlorhlL ; in fact it *,
latc.Suw.l l recently purchaMihoSamfiove! :; ; J Hill place, /
threev'tcks from
( ami, I w'n'l. the iiearc-t lar market IVnin.iil.irState
concerned for goods cheapand rapid (
1','ei. and expects to make l'Iomhl'i\; home as are : I (Of course this art ion I is n-it t intended forwhite :; and I, w lisle car loads nf ,l lproduct
transportation\ and ..111'1'4 i in u fair way to IJcpublieans. No of Flurila''lriz.
: I intelligent; man IK- | to ( '
trcantbla.Arrangements 110')111'4 ho can arrang": his:'! all'airs to removehere. can "lilll'tl| tl"
control a g'eat bulk of tint! Southern t ado, t lat race will IllllIi to any such espionage, ', 1'1 time, mid
are now progressing;: at the )I r. IMin; ton\ ha.o'lly been in Florida I to lie' "llll
which, no II"IIMIIC: will( receive after this !II will he subject tl'klt Inspection : far less: = (cxpen.se than to any other city that
terminus of the railroad wharf for tin! con- \ aft v days\ hut tX\rl'Ml'o\, Ii'u.dt' delighted of mriiitliori/cd ('I'J""I. It wilt apply we (f. Then, again. Ihe different 1'1-

. ruction of a very large and coimncdious with the ('1111 lit 1')'. Ho has several year, and whe'i thi :state is prc.-idrd! 0"1'1' I solely' to the simple :and credulous negro, 1011.1 I/\" of the centralfates almost in

. warehouse: to IJeIll..1 by the Louisville A:: friends who wilt' follow him.! -(ifimye (.'uun I/L: man who has tin' tru.< intcri of the i who.'di.-rc: -:arding the! want of f.ltl ulll'll- \'ariallIIHlk to Cincinnati. for such fruits

merchants and basinS men at heart. I fidence IIi hit judgment II'l"' I serials, : lemon", IIHltly there
. Nashville: Company. The building will be Iy Jtp'"ter. factories will !*. Induced by Ms .11' hOltl' fn I (\flII'always be f'Jwl eh.I'"I"I: ready and atisfiietory -
Several; Southern I .
: : are OJHIHIIup 'UI tlcrcL
three hundred feet long, which implies, ofcourse St. .John' : I yielding tl.1\1 lulitindiwrrdittbleto himself i Item well worth
laril. 1Iit j
an immense trade\ in the West and in this and \ his leaders. is reasonable I I those
of in
the cnxaKetl
: an immense holding capacity.I'eiiidcolit For several weeks the farmers at Diego ll"rral'I.tI\; I I'url'ul :ulili'ratll
their goods to merchants,! at a the black
city, selling : C\'I alilf" I I 11 tlelit'htfiil State ofFluritla.
I ; .lilt awe. have been annoyed by the of alergebear found u Indel )
prene'icu cheaper figure than they can be Ixiught inKastern t1'reIIJl'\ many "tCil'lIty I IIM'ld.ft I ,
The minimum reading of the thermometer ('hhasdpreduteil IIMIII their ( ; Southern l Il'url tlll all to I They wilt find I iu the fruit f1J111"J!
the olllce at I'cnsucola duringthe (: markets. In *i cakiiigabjiit calmly 'bow to degradation. If the of who
at signal! : stock various times and beingdetermlncd( "llh merchants Cincinnati men will guart
goods' wild iu this market till /Jrwl.tltd. I privilege of voting Is to la free and I nnrcMtraincd I their Intt-rifts faithfully well, ami .,
last cool sj'ell was:: fifty-two degrees all \
upon the extermination they organized a a pajk-r: publishol l by the Uradstrect MereatiTile I, it hiatus that a man can vote not I art sure' that there wi be nothing lef nn

t. Cadsden. grand hunt a few days since, in which 'apt. Agency,( and devoted to the exports: and only for whom Il l'l.a.o.. but in any manner I done on their part il order to til

Two wagon loads of immigrants from the It. I). Mickler, Isadore Ponce, O. S. Uiid- lie pleases, ''Ir an on| or c..1 ,i liu-ineKit rdatiul" U-twei-n tbem-tlvi-n two!

northwest, en route to Cedar Key, |pas!*ed d'.Ilk.11I.: U. Ponce and Jamca A. Ponce, iiiil rts American mannfacturirii ron ballot and without any interference IU ,i ii I I the frill(thrower of Florida of the mt.t j>roii> -
he I is ,
following \
tams a letter, from which!. I extract: the i part of any i jt-rs-ins by wh'JI surroundel. I II ableund friendly nature.Judginir .
through Quincy this morning. They hail were the princii actors. After u chase' ofa : I I. iIr i, fr\lu'tllt rapid. ktride" IUtl. l ti
some tine looking and well-kept horses, and day and a half heir port reached its climax I i is an open; secret that the IliidicaU leadcrs I ( 'ildlllul\\ an orange market, W I.r h' t
The eioct! of the exciting |I">litical canvass I (in this State are attempting to carry I that she will 'U the nf tli*
ere -ii
will, no doubt, prove a valuable acquisition! by the death of bruin lie was a huge long quit
business here has IHI-II 1 that election bv the same incfhoiU they .
?ure11turknl well the .t
>on general us Jueeu Citi
to the locality whither they arc traveling.Qitiitry .- specimen of 1>U khul weighing over fivehundred uj i were siic'-cK-ful' in Indiana. 1 CiiMcininhingbribery unlJ"'l'lllu.. .
during the week than it was
F. Herald. |M>umls.-We have been shown a before. Still there Is past a very ti.f.4ct'Jry01.' I t i- one of the Il"al" upon whll'l i iI "So much for tll liuutll I Huiruu.lJma'm,1 I-

Jltllnborough.Mes mammoth |>otato weighing nix and a half: tune of business in oiirgeneral tiierihandisemarkets I they rclvr. and their emissaries are Cuffftfuai-leitt <<. 1 "iticlmal
of the counties. the :
have this! tile farm of which, if it hail not been for IIcacth.ity versiiig'iiiHnv IIJ"/ .
>r!! J.ell'Y.L'h* shipped (Humds;, grown on our country { of "the almighty dollar" ii|>on the i .

'\;:s\ season from this j 1'"rt to Cuban markets! friend, Mr. \lolI '> Po.ice at the mouth of would unusual be considcrc'l the last unu.-uully half of prorom.September, 111\11'km..I and Ignorant UI..UIII lcn-! I .\'uUc'".

fJ.SlL1111'a,1: of cattle fur which aid to cretk. wa the of defeat, they
was i McC'ulloiigh Thisjiotato! grown intc'csU have utfered : prospect 11"lot
Manufacturing[ not hesitate Itoahl, will '
: r the owner fll.t: ):l.S.Ie&SI'Ii. HunlickA' on |poor land. \ and was plantol in April any tentLal! detriment, for mont of them I to l'IUr to any tXII.I'lt. no matter I 'fu.Jd.NJI 1.1,1 regular 1.-

1 D :Sandphere's: steam sawmill! on take LImonu and dug in October. mystery i. connectedwith : I have a ready demand fur all of their i>r ,dnotion I,I bow I .or vicious Intelligence hut tie de re- !i iI ings) II 1'flll.11:: on .1, tint Frid.o. i:1every :
general rule U "lr..1 pnrIMie alternate Kriti.i,> ,
is in operation( and readily finds u the origin of the rtiecieaof 1 thi (Mitato; I the cotton* The factories exception. and to even they have notaccumulated I wlvwl l that al;' of Northern |profuisiunils) !.1 1I the I lot of Ckl.I..r.""ltl and 4"IUWU11j rLrhir !

market for all the lumber it cuu. The pine the vine was found growing in the hollow of any "tu,:", but they are fit-ling/ I are on tle.1y to assist In defeating) the will 'alahJI
Florida, while theIxirders Saturday in ,
of along
timber in that neighborhood' is very line, stump, and curiosity lead the finder to tike the tfi-cts of the active coiiiUtion| of viiaeof of the every) nlt'rlatIIU114
treurdiandlubu11lathere ,
and consequently the lumber is of excellent. up thc vine und plant it, raid to his utui'"..-tastunishnienttheproiluctioii the Southern mill-, which are pu-bitu !fir of of of wil ; "UII\ldl. the lir>t Saturday III Novt-t -
wl 1 their t'JlJOh into the markeU of the N'c..t il..rallul. 'I'jrlkl.1
jiulity. TI 11.. : to !have planingmachine } "un,1t f' | ", her.Jly
t'. ) eijivt a / was MI unulu.tile)' ethea.lrrntageufubtaiuing;:; and| ur UtCroit.( j ortcrof! be j.h..llh.nl

;;".r : I in operation soon.-ffuHluul Tri ful that he named it the "Providence". IIC.talo. the raw material at home-) it items to be or ure iu contemplation, and i wil 1uir't \ '\ux.-,

kune. St.JoltitiVctkly.\ i iq.JJI only U question of time when they wlllc"nl; the utm< st vigilance auul dlum..l..1iou Supt. 1'f N'hub.i ,


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f ix tin mriiTit WATCHXHIHT. I/o"' TIM: frequented; I 1 in the tuts n, C Often, while "nun- made it my: holy of holie,, and had: ; rouse- I I nibbed my cheeks with her bearded. thin. won't ,1'01.1)01 if y-u t tell the truth"'tht;; ,
i ; feting along the raspberries, .mod< to listen II crated. it to, my 1.101. I bad scratched. her Here > ou are, my child!" exclaimed]> ; Her straight clear eyes ,look- II',I'oujh. '
to the chatter of the apprentices and the initials with a II an obscure corner of I .)'OU nro \llolt of It, poor little man Wewen me, awaking my' 'rrtuorse 1! I : tool'(\ I
crackling of the torn dull I ,and also the .. alone to tell u he for the seion-i
sometimes < wil. WIIII' 111'IJIII'.1 for me ; you with these ladies., with courage
!'T. M I\TTIIKW: XI2:1.: : I i to I the sour voice of 1 IIII', Celenie I IVche and 1 composed} my first verses in her hon I 1 could not an!wer, ha'-ilL 1 lost my, "Oll. ; 'fiats, troubled
---, intoning n hymn ; for. I by singular contrast or., I quite forgot how they began/ but' 1rceullcrt 1 I for behind, the I 'pird. l 1'rnnrinrwilhhernother 'fhry :av," she wont 11, .in n .
Volturiun aunt's neighbors were the last "tlmt.: when were in t the! fmtoir.you
Lo in the inoonb'M night my stanza; : My duleineaFthebrnn u I voice, you "
Iti the rough wind's despite, pious folk who consecrated all the time lock WUI therelook'iup curiously at me out said an Ave Mm in ; i I.< it true
(11 Francinc I thce I
They ply the oar. they could spare) from the cutting out of 111'( of her bighlackcJ e1 in way t that went I 1 Uttl'll I confusedly :
II And thee 1 "
dresses to the church.Mile. In\I always "
Keen gusts!' smite In their teeth ; Till the, ,111 straight to JI'llart No, mn finite. I Mid-1
1111I11'1\111' Peche the elder ',i I'ate forehead, smoothed .
The hoar: waveschafo: beneath < was big l'IIIInli.l ]lie[ i is quite pale from it still, remarked .\lnt ThrIIII !
With mullled roar. solid, and built more like a man than a woman Cut 111 tlr'I,1 my days Mile. Celenie, mistaking thecause of my dealtshe drew a Ion'atl "f relief, and!
with n flattened nose< bus-by eye-brows< The "pale j>allid I'ate," savored, ; pallor. ) lo.hlllll.1'r: chin in (' !al fadl"l, exclaimcourse -
Numb fingers, failing force, ands large; mouth, with suspicion of beard of IIH mythological} studies in the .lr"lIJt\; ",\n,1 no wonder, nf'r such 1 plunge tug :
\ :Scarce: serve to hold the courses about the chin ; she was the! chairman, or the classical! allusions with which arrl my old. 1111'about, I, and i hnppl'n'c l," said .Of I knew it win all n ri.liculouinvcntion. I I
rather chairwoman, of the' congregation of little monkey why
s Hard-won half-tvny. aunt loved.l to surround herself; but did, )11( II"'I'. Hit, t
When ri er the tossing! : tide, the Uo"II'Jlpr, sister Mile. Celenie, was not lessen my "pride in my last n'rsellel I contrived to recover I little aclf pusses lid you tell such n story to the lh'mutscllrsI'crlc
Pallid and heavy rycd, thin, drcs's-cd! in black, like a nun, and, al- repeated} it (to mjsclf 'from / stun, and, .delighted at having secured the ?"
t Scowls: the dim day wuvs wore her I beads' suspended! from her night, like the wren, who only Ilomilltl kIO\1 attention of Francinc, I began and told how Whr, in.leed ? I 0, now for, the dclicatc -
t waist, which made' a kind, of click, click notes and. never tires: of singing; all the I 111,1, t'.illcn: into the overgrown hole ; only part of the explanation. I turned my
And. now in the wan light, at the least movement ; she was in the habit day lung tl,1 I carefully abstained. from mentioning the eves away helplessly, fut looked blankly at
Walking; the waters: white, of mending the altar cloths and the cure's: it was toward the end of spring and after reason which had, given rise to, II prance; the walf+ and ceiling. The engraving of
A shape draws near.) surplices dinner my parents took me into the across the nl'ue low. ) Cupid and lMyel' happily l'IIIII.d! me of
Kach soul, in troubled wise, The walls of the. work-room were bung; '. We followed the willow walk;1'011'tr theypacing ..\h exclaimed. kind. Hortc-n, clasp mv' nunt's the r01:1111"IJtlh,
/ Staring with starting eyes, with cheap printslrimitisclJenlurel I in red gravely in front, 1 running hl'l' and, ing her hands ; "do you hear? In another I Vhild'8 Illl'lt for making capital out.ot ,
Cries: out for feiir.I'aoh and, blue : "The Twelve-Stations:; ," "The there between t the avenues. There was a minute it would have been over with I lym. old. people's: weaknesses, I wni seized witli "
t ,rnllh'rinJew/ ," and "The Good, Shep good, bit of meadow gravy, moist from the I i is a that he was I 1 grasps; 'his neighbor;; tight, herd" with the lamb on his shoulders.. neighborhood of the river, and interspersed: IlIan'l] Virgin him," added love affairs ) ) ;
' In helpless, huddled. fright What difference from my aunt's room, with large |Kits of called Mlle ld'I1I gravely."Of I told her shyly that I n.orc.1. little I Iran-
Shaken and swayed.' where the pictures between the }panels; : represented 1 peasants at 1 t n fiI, fIII"wlt'r.nx, in a 1 htl t I (011)I hand a>f Providence an Y. due, and explained that assisted! nt
, ,, And lot the Master[ nigh ,l Cupid and Psyche." )hove \Disarmed soak their hemp ; hit the damp only addeil; in that as in everything., But besides, the my cross-questioning by the, 1 DemoisellesPeche 1 !
Spoke softly, It is: I ;j' ," and) Le C Coucher de la )lacers !" another charm)to the field in the ol Blessed: Virgin always protects' those! who. ; that i was to pain her heart that ]
t, '( Pe not afraid" Nevertheless, in spite of the severity of Mile. flowers IIU'I daisies I marigolds, way, and pray to her ; and. she knows that Jacques is: had lied I, as had 11'1'1 in order, l see her
'} 0 ( Ccletiie'sasjiecf: Ilortense mustaches, mcndow-awcct flourishing in every df 1 1'111 rhi.\ I am sure little one, whl'l nearer that I had fallen \'ldUI to thehcutp
1 1-Vvcn so to us: that strain and, the general odor of sanctity' that pervaded lion '''r- you f0111 elf in danger, you said Sot tit.Ay *
Over life's moaning main the whole, the work-room did, not I memorable June evening while my Ave Maria ?" I got deeper i in my confidences, my
Thou drawcst near displease' me ; and on rainy days: I used. to I father Ole and mother were ', ; under .I twisted my cap sheepishly' in my hands, aunt's features softened, and, at last, h1
And, knowing; not thy guise, slip into the Demoiselles, : Peche's( bouse I the trees and I was sauntering disappearing along the nlcllooht hypocritically, at the tips of my big mouth smiled.
' We : with troubled, eyes, through the court which joined it In love at *
gaze common ) Mope, I caught sight of a group: of little {;iris Howls this? your age ,
Ainl, cry for fear.A to my aunt's. The old maids: certainly' wor gathering, daisies. Thanks to my good eyes .]:l'alh'," asked Mile. Celenie, "did. you- Certainly there arc IHcllltn'lIlf, ,
tll'lllIIe a little with questions: 1 about my catechism I recognized the dress: of Francine's school, did! you think of praying to the Blessed.l Virgin This plutonic childish wal 0111 ,
strange; voice whispers low, ; but they ('rl1I11111'llllIe with sweets\ and among the tall grass I could distinguish ?" }please! < 111', and she was le\'r tired 1 of questioning
' This"! joy must thou forego, and I I rather liked listening to Celenie's unctuously my dulcinca of the blue mantle. The lady Put yourself in my place. I was sorelyperplexed. me about it, She was rpll\mohfying -
1. Thy tint, and bent. intoned hymns, which were taken of'my thoughts was there, within a hundred l lI On one side, to say yes was to and I was greatly In hopes'), she
;, ty A shrouded. phantom best-loved stands hand up in chorus by the fresh voice of the work I I yards. Now, or never, was the moment to ItII lie deliberately ; but to say no was to would, pass" over my pseudo' miracle, when
Crossing women.Then. show myself to her, with lance in rest liken for n heathen. to scandalize two devout she pot: up abruptly.
For churchyard<< reel I found another refuge for wet Sundays iiretur chcnillcr. In a moment I seized, on women and lose their good graces for \c1 cr mind," she said, "ul the same 't J
it was n little room opening out of I to lie, and I
Then soft ns Is the fall ; handful of marigolds: and poppies.tMy( idea ever.t you were ouite wrong tel
white the. loft, and serving double purpose of was to pra'nce: toward Francine with loose! Besides, Francine ;and her mother were allow this absurd! )' to circulate' .
Of that gleaming 1hallot
i flakes; made pall store and I lumber, room My aunt arranged. rein, raising my lance-that ia my nut !"illwhi'h listening, not to speak of the workwomen.My Iwthel' moment. COle with.
Ity snow
Stilling each startled her jams: and spread, out her orchard fruits lIenr'll'f Im-nlI, after I importance t1'11,1 my head, and I was me.
; cry I I there finely.II autumn onealways smelled bounds l( not sorry to keep up the interest excited I She took my hand and led me out of the ,
my uJ'oltrolabll'
It is )
'fhouspcnkest Ue not afraid, ; ustuu'eednruf;. )pear and apple. The rlut.iHrlns mysteriously, at full ufer! 'Il'nnbh having mv small self. I nuuublcdsumethiuguuintehigible room. In :"quarter of I second we were
"(JI'fit syerenrrungrden. willow shutters! 1JI'ee. and turned red the and aunt the
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the r< iK ellct.t frfls,+I"'rs, and licurrf d'hivrr Settling tits Polish can firmly on my head, have false shame, insisted i door of I the Demoiselles Peche, pushed me. ,
t in the shade. In this closet! Mile, [ 11) before her into the
rip'IH..11IIowlv which immediately changed' in my mind'seye 01'1111; frllkh'ldlill; pale and trembling, ,
.lifR.ICLE. hung/ with tottered blue paper there was a to be tightening mygrasp own you 1Iaitul.11'e. I I, 14U.h I we n.k-rouut.
ltila pit nil'.I chair with broken arms, a ; on I JhI1'e hcl\t., brandishing my I see now that room at the moment ofour

". it hi oLi.Kirnoxs" : or MY TKNTII:; YKUI.: !sheaf full of arrows brought from India: by lance, I 1111.1 tm'llh the thick gross .Mmi IHcii /" I lult'f"m] ; Dim!- lntrmlll', Mlle Ilortense( perched, on
'f an old. cousin, and a big ease full of hook While g :( amorously ut the yes, mademoiselle. her raised I seat, cutting out patterns Mile.Celenie .
r I was strictly' forbidden access( to I this: sanctum < blue, mantle, and rcpcatedanRly to myself, the "You see," exclaimed I Ilortcn, trium halting body, tl'U\prNltl'l'sbe11.\
Place 1ro 1' of Jericho in )boiling water, but I laughed nt the 11'lIlall'IlIl'aklllt; in famous lines : Ilwllty. "the ]Blessed< Virgin heard him, ing over their work,
and it I is said, to regain its old shape and enl sll'althillIih.t by the two-fold, attraction miraculously saved. t" wide open' framing corner of trelliswork.
or. Certain exterior things; have the same of the forbidden. fruits-the pears on I the .0 Francine I love thee, "Yes, it is certainly )miracle," affirmedMile. whence ;a bunch of 1 honeysuckle in full
1 effect upon our memories. Our souvenirs i dresser: and Ihellhl'ohll11'IIOII the shelves .\1lIII11Ion ('(always, Celenie i pruvcly ; "the Virgin Mary (lower hud found its way into the work
are much like! ,'('richo roses ; a scent, an old while my IIUllt'i'llItt'lIt1OI1.. fixed on her '1 1le pal.1. Fate-" has visibly protected this child" Adding, rool. In the distance we heard the quackquack -
' air, small insignificant:; sound is enough to interminable games of tniiieruile.; ; They Ploiif! slipped, I fell "There is enough hereto make the hardest,: of the ducks on the river, I faint
f. i bring the past !before. us in all its freshness. were of all kinds, thcsculd red-leaved books, headlong into a ronir 1fool; ; its pit) nut of water, and the most incredulous reflect," with I smell of syringu came in whill's from the
'I. It was In such a way that I was reminded good, bad. middlinpand worst-L'Histoire[ hidden traitorously in I the ful significant glance toward. aunty wall.This garden
this morning of, my childish, days' when, at Philosophiquc des Indes". and. \Le Guerre long grasses time I became quite )111'0,11,1 was .\t the sight of my aunt, who rarely put
ten years: of ngt\ 1 spent most olt1lI time in i des Dieux, Le Contra! Social," and "L(' Liaison petted to any extent. .Mile. Ilortense pave: her font inside. hl'r'neighbor's doors, the
/ toy old 1111 lit'S room !by. watching the preen Danpereuses.: My good genius I made n. me a. tart, the work-women made, much oft bum of the work-room ('l'1141'11; the apprentices -
.' 'I; wood twist and turn on the hearth hissiygamong me, pitch' on the most harmless' Don < nl \- These routotrs; are square holes rather more ', Francine's mother putted my shoulder raided their heads. and Mile. Hortenscdescended
,, little blue jets of fl.ime. I can see ate" translated by Flotian; in six little than a yard in depth.} H'for' I had time to wl"1 leaving and my dulcinca herself noisily from her tall chair
from here the room, at right angles: with volumes, illustrated. with umusinp engravings 01(111111, in less than u moment, (lie stopped in I the doorway' to look, back with .Me-idemoNelles, I wish you: I very good 1
the kitchen, its high ceiling ornamented I ; which first attracted,I.III)' notice My I my' Il'a.1 I felt the hip/ '. envy 11111111irtolut the boy whom morning !" began my aunt, "and I heartily
with polished nutwood, and I decorated in heart bents still when I think of the happy stones used for holding, the hemp roll the ;; 1I1.1 specially to occupy beg your pardon for (disturbing J'uu. *
the style of the eighteenth century ; its half-hnlidat y spent in the company of the\, under my feet ; the water: 11111'.1. in mynose herself. I did not feel 'luitlptlf; trot >I hear there is n ridiculous and impertinent
: sly representing; limiting scenes and b\\Iall. simple\ hidalgo From the first page' I was and gurgled in my ears ; did not it IIIP'ar'tl to me, that wings \Hr' "rulllg story of a miracle connected with
:i herdesses! ; the painted wooden. bed. in the fascinated. As soon ns I had: an hour to 1 lose my of mind, and I remember shoulder. and that I exchanped as I do I not choose to con
" corner ; a group consisting;: of the )Four Elements myself I climbed I into the garret: and seated' very w'ell rrcsII'C tll' thntptssedlikclightnitig ; ,l my Poli-h rap fur an aureole But, )1I'lhew.11.1 of error and superstition
t' : in f retort ile Lunerille, standing on myself, in the old arm chair close to the through my brain. I am going to be once in the open air my glories lost t I little I come to l'l you that you havebeen .1
i I the console; ;a |,ieceof wool-work !in cusses skylight, opening; on the garden "Don llr\\'I't-I" parents did not see me fall of their brightness ; I l' ulilot think of the imposed, on. There is not I
;i' stitch, ulIln volume Voltaire's tragedies ( Iilxlt(' captivated ia, I missed, tbecrnclirony in-they wIi't, come to help me, and it is story I had told without "UI.t; word of truth in the fiIc1 this child bus
I t in the! open drawer of the cabinet ; and the of Miguel Ccrvantja completely it all over If only' I could pet my' bead out All) this was not u-ry knightly, and my been telling you"
, high mantelpiece, sheltered by a tall screen was: ;only the chivalrous side beneath; which' burned a (ire made< up of "I'. I 'took my Knight of the Sorrowful preservation, I struggled to my feet on the Don < \ \ never have lied. so uudactoiiily the mouths: of the assembled' apprentices, ,
logs and broken bits of pear wood, the residue Countenance qiiite scrnm-lv, and I was indignant slippery stones, and I felt with convulsive cnu lit the risk of It'll'lalltljtHulhl'L then an alarming silence reigned\ il the ",
of the garden (mss'. at the blows that; fell, thick as hail lingers for the edgo.; Uy good luck I gni-pcd 'ullllo. work-room.
,, In the chimney corner I ('oIllY great-aunt on his 1'llbalk, S.incho, only half 'pleasedme. a willow root, and, clinging frantically to it, after all, said I to myself: what I wished myself under the ground I
alert still, despite; her seventy years, uprightand I thought him prosaic ; but my knight my hcudnppcuringuuuntg I the weeds I just j t made these old maids put me in I corner? wished myself ut the bottom of the ruutuir-
\ cleanly in hcrstraight, brown dress, with how I 1.ll'llilil'.II\'I'C'lf with him, how I 11m\1 the ttt t t' 'V level 1, I shouted l \\ithall and besides, it cannot Ini\, much ; every I wblltlpl'lf anywhere rather than having
:t ban.lkt ft,hu''' of Indian muslin crossed! on shared his enthusiasms and sntiered in Ids my strength, Manum !" body knows bow I' Demoiselles to public; insult.
her chest! and her high frilled\ cap framing mishaps! I dreamed of lances': and I adventures. ;'My tatheruul mother, frightened at my Peclie are'and, it wi be thought I meant to ) Celenie seemed changed to 1 blal1'
J" her long and,l rather masculine face. Her I'tlpnrahlellulllnl'llpp,l lay !sudden disappearance; had 1 already l turned;l play, thl'll 1 trick and Mile. Ilortense, redder than l'ol'I,
(, sweep! of brown hair, sunk blue (' 'I.:4n'lui. beautiful and I imposing' to me as: when backs and at mv screams ran toward the But I had counted without my two devo let fall her measure. ) I
line nose, and turned up chin gave her a she emanated from the 1 hutcringbrain; of the "",'ul. It stay high) time, for my hands let's9'ItcJ' clung us tenaciously I : to thcirmi Messed! Virgin !" she gasped ut 1111
hard htitl'look: when still ; but if the big;: poor hidalgo., I careered with hil the were aching, In.11 was on the point of letting racle, as if they had performed it themselves.Mile. what are you saving, Mile. Vaveur? ,j I
I. witty mouth smiled, her wholo face lit up, sunny plains of I fat laldH'. and across the, ; go the willu\ In an instuut my father ; Ilortense related it to all her (u"t01- It is impossible, :child would never have
I I setting one at ease directly. She was in the rocky gorges of the Sierra Morcna. All this had fished me out, and I'lal'l.llo' on the ers, and, on the next Sunday, Celenie made dared to imperil, his immortal soul by committing -
bloom of youth toward the end of the last time the ,vesper bell, rang slowly, the yellow prass. Hut, great heavens, in what n state it her bul'j'c in the congregation of the Ro such I sacrilege I would
century, and 1 still kept the ways of life and clusters! : of the tall laburnum which had I was as preen as a frog \' clothes were rather believe that he has: perjured himself
thought I the tl'i'llUltt habits: of t those times. clambered I over the I roof, ntstlerl 1 !softly covered with slime, my Polish( cap was at ,I sary.Very soon the miracle story went the from fear of displeasing you ]He"I"'l for
"t Voltaire, Diderot, and Jean JIU"JlII'K'l're against! the square casement 1:11111'I! the bottom of the rmitoii; and from hair and round of the town, picking up new and the opinion of 1:1 bometml'8 ,11'118 us: to
her favorite authors ; she n'l'ih'llll1l1jt pieces knew whole inigcs of my' nose and cars hung long greenish tamnll. marvelous details ut every turn. Little disguise the truth frol people, who live fl)
from Zaire and Tancrede ; she hummed airs by heart and I had only one idea in my exhaling an abominably '!11 Jacques, sinking to the bottom of the t run- the world, and-" '
from (/Jetty or La belle Rourbonaise} while head ; to find u dulcinca'to whom to dedicate of rotten hemp."Wretched 1"1. the w_ter closing over his head, felt In the first place, I do not belong to the
preparing her jams. Incredulous in religion, my love and all the brilliant deeds [ child !" exclaimed mother death approaching, whentLethuagListruckLim worlt interrupted my aunt ; "anr in the
t tree' of speech, irascible and violent, a great should certainly perform thereby. I had with 1 sob in her voice.My ) to pray to the Blessed Virgin ; scarcely 1.010, this }boy has no reason for deceivingme. .
reader, romantic and sentimental, as was the not far to look. In the Pec he workroom, I father was much inclined to SClllllt hud he repented the first words,of the .Salu Hoidlo we will have the story
I fashion in the year 1790, she \passed for be humming with the refrains: of many hymns! but it was not the moment. Tie ration Anpelique, when an invisible arm cleared up:
ing: /lIll'llI.'ncllIt and stratg-nuuded. As for I espied one day 1 little girl who lived in tart tiling to do was to get home soon asposMble. : was stretched out to him, and he was lifted "In any case," suggested Mile. Celenie."u .
me, I held her in profoundest veneration the neighborhood with her mother and who .\for me, I was thankful to have out of the pit. With un honor for the parish pious fraud would be surely preferable
because! she used to tell\ me fine stories: of was about my ngl'. Her[ name was Francine. escaped} the rontotr; and 1 thought to and what an edifying suIj'l.t to such a scandalous forth: ) l s
olden tine- She hail as Moliere says She was IIIIII. rather pale and thin, with myself: The congregationists/ wtnt troops' to "You may tell that to whom you please,"
lights on everything ;" the variety of Tier an archill ud, and very red lips.} Her only Francine does not see me in this visit the meadow which had witnessed the e"cahl.llunt Thcrcsc indignantly ; a lie
accomplishment*, perspicacity. and quick duI white skin, black eyes, and long; brown horrible condition; ?" miraculous intercession, and tl most fervent i, \a 1 1 and I shall not w my
intuition inspired' me with admiration, plaits gne her 1 retrain Spanish look., I Make haste !" said my father, taking my carried little bottles full muddy water i nephew to deceive I1 orany ole rise .
mixed with a certain amount of fear no sooner seen her than my llll'e0:4 hand from the rvutoir Now, then, little rascal, answer without prevaricating.
I In when she allowed lat I for nothing better than to getaway Did tell
summer me to /go fu't.J, and, without her having 111 idl'l wi"hCt you me the truth and
,, into her garden, she never'irgut/ to warn ,she became the lady of my thoughts. from the infernal meadow, which When I arrived on the following Thursday nothing but the truth ? "
me, with an inflation of her voice, "lie sure, "'e belonged) to the same parish, and I doubtless, was enchanted ; but, O, the ditlieultv ut my aunt's, I found her with I serious Yes, i/ia tante."
above\, and not touch my raspberries. I loon found out her place at high 11!'>::1. I of walking fast with shoes full of and 1 ,preoccupied face .Did you tell these ladies stories to make
:, have counted them !" At the end of five I arrived among the tlt.1Ull when, at the anal out of which 10urCI cataracts of water Come in and shut the door," she said, yourself interesting?"
minute by the raspberries} with the red end of the Introit; bW hlrplL'4j wrapped Mv clothes, lead I. clung wetly with a grave voice. .Yes."
transparent' fruits: hanging by I hundreds from in her blue cloak, my heart beat !I fast to my' skin, and under them my She was sitting in an easy chair of Utrecht "Very well ; then let it be thoroughly)'
** n their leafy stems, I gave up resisting: temp that it seemed impossible those+ kneeling chilled to the bone. 1 was numbed, and my velvet near I little table laden with jam understood that you did not say any prayer
u tattoo ; and to give myself courage while near should not read my emotion in my' teeth dlatl'rl'll 'pots, which she was covering with paper. when you found 'our1 under watlr;
, eyeing them I n' +euttvh .' Hah it Is quite face What happy times those minutes hI enough' to gh't him his death of The sun, passing through the old cretonne No, wa tang'
+ impossible that Aunt Theresa can have spent in church. The cure intoning the (' ( He will have congestion of the lungs curtains, through a ray of light on the glass "You see, mademoiselle, that there was
1 counted! all these !" Human nature could .0101'11," the choir children in scarlet before we get him home,'' gronl'll my moth over the mantelpiece, from which a she ) no miraile. The only sUllmaturl thing
stand it no longer, and I pounced on four or toutantlle, In a row on the bench to the left herd, playing on a fute, seemed to l he blinking was that you should \ 1)\ so easily
? five\ ; then after running about aj long as of the high altar, the organ alternating with er.After all, we Wl'rt obliged to stop half way, : at us'ironically. duped by the inventions this little wretch".
possible'! would come to my aunt's room the chanting, and when the people stood up in front of the g'lIoar1erit. I could not While cutting out her paper, my aunt That Is how miracles are hath(1 "
with as' innocent a look as I could manage, at the Gospel, I raised myself on tiptoe to manage another step. tathlr made usgo was crinkling her eyebrows, and foraging in You arc very daring and bold in your .
and forgetting; that the smell of the forbidden pet a glimpse of 'nUl'hlt1 little brown in, and told my ad\'entur; on which the her !sweep of brown hair with the points of judgment, mademoiselle," replied' Mile. 'cle-
fruit would cling treacherously to my head, through thence blueclouds of Incense brigadiers, seized with compassion, threw a her scissors."Jacques. ute, bitterly. .Who can tell if the Blessed
lips "Have you touched anything!" !she smoke. Let thWe who are >} >velbtluughat fresh logon the hearth, and, while I was being ," she said, speaking more solemnly Virgin did not save the child in spite of
would say on seeing me, and I swore by all this baby love think of the days of their undressed, a lovely clear fame warmed than usual, "look me \\1 in the luw"II"! "
my gods that I had not : "Come here- childhood l, and remember how Imml'nstl)" up mv i IM"'r, little, shivering It t was face! People are talking great deal ?/ !y soul" rctur"<*l my aunt, sharply )
breathe !" I obeyed ; then pointing her finger important every)' feeling a pi tears: at ten years out of the question to dream of getting. me about you at this moment, 01 account of "In tlwit case the Blessed Virgin did not
and rolling her big eyes : "You have old, l Iv reason probably, of the Imnl size of into my old' clothes, so the merciful dame your tumble in the routoir. But the know what was passing in the young
eaten my raspberries know It !" And I the creature. At that age! an wood, lent me some belonging to one of her buys story is quite different from the facts you scamp's mind. If she had known the
found myself compelled' to confers the theft, looks like a Innindless proj>orty, a lesson I still remember the rough sensation of told us. Is it true?" scapegrace[ was In love with little Francine,
with shame : also, I verily believed there badly said, or a torn collar is n (catastrophe the coarse-grained chemise ur the little was something/ of the witch about her. and a schoolboy l love has ni the btiss.es} and' tlannr. The trousers were too long for my head rl'plCI Jesuitically : moment when he fell into the nutoir, she 'Ilt'
O, that old-fashioned garden, full of flow despairs of a ffrande+rreria Only tbt'seler legs, and the shirt came down to my calves.. .!!' my aunt! .How can J till would probably not have held out her hand
t'N-)1I1'e 10nabl6-now Ih''I'ISt'tI-when ,sons are satisfied with so little, and firm in It was in this iinknightly garb that I returned what people, say about me ? to rescue hint Not that I precisely regret it.
1 meet with any of them in the odd corners themselves, flourish like plants which make to my home, where I was instantlyput "They say curious things which would I always bclieval in a Providence'for black
of the modern lawn I experience the i sumo living out of their own leaves. I scarcely to bed, with 1 good scolding and a cup puzzle my reason if I ble"fIther was the sheen. I.wish you seers good morning,
feeling as when I hear the airs of the Do- saw Francine for an hour on un.lnrl, and of UMn which I swallowed half 1Cp. slightest foundation ( them. nicadeinoiselles.! A
.sertfiir" or lit.Lodoisker." There were had never spoken u word to her but 1'adunriher In a little town like ours my adventure While muttering this t'lmCl to b It was the Parthian shaft ;
primrose borders and damask roses holding in secret, and she was the subject of all wa the subject of conversation for many half speakinp to hert and if I bad l launched it, Aunt Therese withdrew Iu"inj '
their heads up proudly to the sky, and l eds my' dreamstind Spanish castles, I repeatedher days. The ruut'iif of the wio\ walk were more cunning I profited by her tically.abandoiml ne to ,uy bnort kiame| jn
of Indian pinks, mixed with forgetmenotsand name U hundred tlUl'l day to myself, declared a public danger, 811 local |>a- fierplexity to impose on her. The storyof the centre of the scandalized work-room. I
heartsease ; there was a shed and three after the fashion of 1)lIIlI cannot pray IHT 1'1e upon} the municipality to roof the Ave 31a was a blow to her Voltairian did not know which way to turn, but stood
plum trees-Heine Claudes, I think-from without moving their lips ; but I blushed to them I became quite a personage, and ideas, 8' she knew I wa not in the l looking despairingly IJ right to left.
whose gnarled branches distilled a transparent the roots of my hair when I heard her namementioned was Immensely pleased with myself. The habit of inventing, the incident of the prayer Fie, the Jklo screamed the
golden gum And on the other side of a and I WitS in a hht fright lost next morning though I was still hoarse repeated in the hemp-pit, where I 'a workwomen in chorus.
little! low wall (on the top of which slept the Hl'III"lel Pecht- should discover my' from my col.l hath I ran to the Demoiselles nearly drowned, almost> up-x-t her whole Mile. J Hortense her measure
tuanv a brown chrysalis) stretched, parallel tlrl't my e't. 1' .'hI' My entrance made a bnstll; the theory of philosophy. and was had.lcktlul; ,
wtth ours, the garden of Demoiselles Peche. But I made up fur it when ('ult.in the work-women n)with one nt'll ald embraced Come, the t do not hang your ': Nicked little traitor she >x"-la't. 1 k
ltrt'l'nutkers! whose wrrl--shop was the most j crazy)' arm chair in the tton'ruo 111. I had me excitedly. I and ,le. Horten" head, but auswer me honestly J pointing to the door "go away from her*



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and! never dare lo put your l lout; in-iMo this- ; I II been able! to- 'I" \"l'rlhl'IIt'n1'1"01l11'1IIi"ll.' ; : : : T1MF.: .c.\ii: > i; Floridi and Western l>,iilv\.iv to and from M I .11.1.ufl1 -s
house again,( ; if '011 ilo'.;-" and desire to know if it is not near\ the jawbone I CONDKXSF.D Savannah: : and all Northern'. Eastern: and
The uoin'ltl: ( will punMi you\ ," snapped' i ? OK Tin: i Vestern ('it"'!!. ri.oiin STI.UISII": MM:.

Mile, 1't' It'llle. as I turned In tly. Y,,m will Yof.No: mother". wants: to know if green .\TI.\ T\"II1't.1'\ WF.ST:: 1 INDIA) TltAN- At Lake City .daily. with the Florida!, Yn-
rome t to i a bail, end.1 apples are healthy ? Ye, they are generally :SIT KA1I.KOAD: : trill l I'ailroad: to and; from .Jacksonville: : Onll) lr -cl l.iuc to \(." Y irl..
It (did l eonseo.ueiieeof the I thinkingit a }good opportunity fire putting\ a not. AMTMUKKLAND: I'I At Haldwln: daily: \\ itb the .\llalll"linlf! ( ;
Mop to my youthful }precocity, I wis; sent to TillWl'lll: filiing.! She:; looked languidly ( : : lIol'TP: ( :. : md West in.lia'l'rmin'ut: 1'ailvvay: to and from'ernandina
school. nt him and said\ : "I I I'bh the lh\ would;( (IiIl; lIl'-\: illI.. (Cedar':' Key, and .

Francinc entered. a I ]Dominican convent. bite at your hook. 1t'11'l'e I a lisli I Wind! //i !Itfrtiinmrt; / / M, lair"). I vlth steamers; for: Tampa. Key Wit, and. .d1- _
W and 11 never heard of her again.! The pour i lavana.At .
:SOMK: Philadelphia! ; named their mine
aunt! died:. !scone )'l'ar-llll'h'r"'lIr.1.: The room the and the IIOIM.4: 01'1'11, 1'llIItllllllItWIt"l'thl'l'l'liIlW\\'I'I.1..I\ : : proved
"Sconper, name
with prophctlr. he People's!! I Line and (Central Line lloats\; to
!painted': panels' has: ceased to exist, niul \ \
." They have been "cooped.Tiu.HKis Leave .lilnnta,111! l1.: i*. M.Uave I.II I.
>vr.sriuTI'.V: : : .\s.
I the house has heen rehuilt\ ; !hut I have: kept md from Columbus. Ell, 1:111111.: Fort I liainespalachicolii. ': ,

I my Don) (Juixutc.," When 1 handle it, the I : I :a man in .Aurora! thin that be II Leave P.rmiswick:Macon. (i la., (lia......... .......... <11,15 I'A.. M.M.I 1.I .\ ;\ : ,;<< and, other !P.iver: Limlings.KV / : ( '.\ IT. I MINKS I 1 ;::,
years: .disappear: : ns 1 11111'1I the! pages.' : AgainI I had, a 1'01of buttons put on his umbrellacover : : I'legaiit: :Sleeping and, Parlor Coaches-I '
I Arrive Fernandina: Fla........ .. ..1o.15.1. ti. i iIA'II'l' < 1'01' n.AII.AS.
I :see t the ease of old books, the decrepit armchair and. wears it for an ulster.WE 11'u.Mrull'and[ Lucas Patent! t. run daily beween -
I Fernatidina: ........................1o,311.t:! I CAIT. KONI'
: thelaliurnum with its yellow Ulllldl'II.Ihe1"hl'I'I'I : do lint know as green apples'' : belong; Arrive Haldwin, flit......... ........... t.:!;, p. M.Leave 1.1 Tallahassee time,and sure Jacksonville.JTOuiek connection' perfect! J"I
of scented fruit. (Once) I
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breathe the air of thirty vanished. summers:: ; I to any secret fraternityyet I they seem (tohave Haldwin for Jacksonville,.... 1.:10': ,.. M. I :safely.: F.DUAU: VL1F.T. ( ) :' of tin. above for Nework" Steamers l''l'ri.'ritl will leave
:and! this: j past t. which comes to life again in the grip Arrive .lacksonville (('\111I.1:01111'1.,1'h: ) : :\ ;M. i :h-t tI' Master Transportation.: (to suit :"/

its: old color and !shape}> as I open the leaves Leave Haldwin for, (Cedar; I Key....... 1.50)II.. N. This Jill"II'lic.\having no trau-fei> II make
!is: in itself a marvelous line miracle.I Even] ; I-nh.t .Mlllll<-4.", Arrive Waldo (Junction! I'. K. I Il!) ? 1.11 1 1', at 1. KU (M* tend <><*('llll Sh'u..luuat4.! I'd\veellFKUXAXDIXA!

:' I great aunt, !in of her skepticism ---- .. .......... .
my spite Voltairian Leave: Waldo...... .... ...... .. L2it: ) p.Arrive .
:. : would have been obliged. to confess: Gainesville; : I I ......... ......... ...... 5-17 I'. M. NI: \\' S'IIIIl'LII: : AXD 1'YII: ( UK.:

,1 t, and( w'0oler.-Tinslejt .1/11IIIC.; 1 Leave Gainesville......... ............... ;5.251: t.. M.Arrive 1. (01.1 I theIKST
Cedar Key.. ....... ............... !>I.\OI':\ M. : AND I (' ; TKAXSPoKTA::
t* :.: Tllltirr AMt Tllltll'TLiSS\KSS l.\ Trains to Jacksonville and North( of l P.aldwin l- ---_ .

Tin; SOUTH.The daily. ollU: : .l'1TII.I : I: (,,; IOK: <; IA 1 I:I ri.oicm.i ): Vegetables and! Fruits will receive sp' .< ,al I
Columbia S.: C..VviVr; in an interesting i i i .
r. article "(: : Farming, instances I Leave Cedar. "Key?......... ............... 1.15 .\. M.Arrive 1. *_____ "-_* are in haildliug.l'AsriN.1:1t
farm on the Lexington labor on which! Consisted I (;Gainesville!! ,......... ........... Ml A. >i.i i. :: : ( .\I.I.\( ( Ill.TI1: ( ) ( ::
: one i Leave( Gainesville.i ........ ............... ..""O .\. )1.I 1'I RS'I'-( .
of: Proprietor. one : grown colored son.I, one ; | Arrive Waldo (P. U. R. dun('.)...... !>I.I lS! .\. M.i LU.Iy.'INI.AN1)I I 1S'I' :
a hllotH' colored three boys!, '
: ; men ; I I ..... .. .... The traveling public are offered the in'
i is the result of Leave Wald................. ? ! M.
t two ; total, eight. And here t Arrive llaldwin..........................12.17: I'. M I. vantages I !! of I DlHF.tT) : : 1 \\Trlur'I':
i the I labor of these eight hands : From 4OO to K: A .11 IIO AT f'0\ 111'.1N1'I ANY CHAXtiKS.( ('OIII'I.tOIl-l: l\a.ll'
500{ bushels' of corn, LIMN) bushels of oats, Leave Jacksonville (('11111. \loule.U.15{ ) A. M.Arrive 1. ------- \y_ .-. _- .----- .laiksonvillc. with all h'I\I1II'"I-1' : for 11
a quantity: of peas and pea-vineS!!, fortyfivebushels Haldwin............ ............... l-: .:>o r. M. : on I the St. ,1ohl'l. tlk1wlla. (

of wheat, 200) bushels: of sweet potatoes Leave llaldwin.. ...... .................12.10: I'. )I. :., ,., \Indian. Ulvci-s! and th llai':
!!, with melons! fruits and vegetables:: of Arrive Fernandina. : ..... ......... ........ :a..IIII'. M.Leave 1'01\1111 Fernandina for.. all railroad statioii'-
all kinds in abundance. Besides! this, this Ague Cure Fernandina....... .......... ...... ::1.1I': I.IA'II'l' ,. & in Florida
farm raises! !! all the bacon beef butter, poultry Hrunsvvick........................ M.IKI p. M. N (; I PASSKNOKK:;:: : ( : KATKS:
and flesh: crops necessary for consumption I Leave Macon: .............................. 1-1.-111<> .\. M. \ ,.. \ 11111'Xl. \' IND1HF.T( L1NP.S.]:
and to spare.Iksides Is! ft purely vegetable\ bitter, and powerful .\n \Atlanta, (Cia.................. ..... 1.15 I'. M I. xr'fe t 5S'S5- --- : :
the above, this farmer has already: tonic, and is warranted a speedy and Trains: to Cedar Key and South of Hald- : ;. -Through Kates and Hills of l.tuliug
f';{ gathered and sold thirty bales::! of cotton, hasten certain cure for Fever ami Ague, hills win daily Sunday.PKXINSl'LAH to all points:
bales moro open in the field, and will\ and "Fever Intermittent or Chill Fever except] :; : :: No OCKAX DANGK15H l II 1.11' passage!! l' or further Information, apply1C.

make altogether between seventy and eighty Remittent Fever' Dumb Ague, 1\: 11.1:0.\: ,
bales..1ud this! !splendid result!! was:: achieved; Periodical or Dillon Fever" and all ( Hi/Mil butch? ) H, W. SOUTHW1CK, Agent.Femandina..
on a farm that was: east: aside: as "worn out" malarial disorders. In miasmatic districts liOlNil HOVTll. THE: STKAMKKSCITY : I : I .

thirty years ago. I the rapid pulse: coated tongue, thirst, Leave Waldo. Junction................ 11.(11); A. M. I'. 11. MALI.OKY: t CO.,
The! 'J/!/ +ler( now divides! the agricultural I lassIIIHleloi'i'! of appetite, 'pain in the hack Leave Hawthorne. 7.IO) .\. M. OF IIUUa'IUX11 : Pier :20 1 last ICIver, New Turk 2-1! f

laborers in the state into sets of eight hands I and loins and coldness of the spino and Arrive\ l Loehloosa!! ........................ -MO' A. M.lioiMt I. .\ U.\\'IU ('IAKI4.fpASSF.NKll --- .-
t each and says! : ""'c have 57OUOs-ets( ) whichat : extremities, are only }premonitions: ofseverer I 1.'IOUln.n HAVANA

$3,000: ( net gain per set,work amounts WhI'ro! to :$171- ague paroxysm symptoms: succeeded, winch terminate by high: in fever the : Loehloosa!! .......NOHTII.Leave ............ ....K'H' ( ) .t, )I. _. rE1KhX: FAST SKICVICK:
) Is this fancy 1\1r
000,000. : Is this, not and profuso perspiration. Leave Hawthorne. '. 15.t. MArrive ):"r' I':: 1'AS'l''frt 1.A \
are the facts! at our very door. It is that Waldo Junction......... ......12.15: : I'. M I I. Ti
startling fact quinine, arsenic
.sufficient to "show, us the wretched idlenessand !' a
and other minerals: form tho Trains i from Waldo to l Lochlonsaiind return'rucsday'l'Iursday / ',
mismanagement prevailing i :among us, poisonous ,
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which, but for the splendid ourl'el of soil basis! of most of the Fever and Ague. ; and :Satunlay.COXNKCTIONS.: : ] : 4' (
and climate we enjoy would utterly destroyus : Preparations," Spt'clf!lies," Syrups! ," and ; ) J .
on the face of the earth ? Talk about "Tonics\ ," in the market. The preparations ATLV.VTV. I. I S I--: .
made from these mineral poisons!, .
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taxes 1 What tax like this indolence, this although: they an palatable: and may (Close connection. is, Iliad at .Atlanta: (Ja..
1 ignorance, which eats! out the heart of the break )the chill, do not cure, but ]leave: tho to and. from :all points North, I'Ist,11'est' : mind ('Hj <>l* llrldgclon. Performed JI the new and I dl'falt"l"
. commonwealth every year :Suppose; the malarial and their own drug poison in Northwest dally Hh'u..r ( 'jute.! :-l'all111! ADMIRAL I ( I (!!ull'1ll'I' ;,
state !'houhlllo half as well as our Lexington ( the system producing; .iiuini.sm, dizziness, AT \CilX, llV-i (' \I'T. JOHN FITXOF.KALD.Waits ( : according :; (. :

farmer. Here would be a net gain; if> ringing; in the cars, )headache: vertigo:; and With Trains[ for Kufaula: Columbus, : (ia.Montgomery ., Fi-rnandina the Lumd'I'hurday Leave Cedar Key on '11.laIII0rll: .
.:ss.-I0KjMjO.* ( :Men will not ll'Ii'e'thl'1., !! .' other disorders moro formidable than the :Mobile and New Orleans. : at for Monday: ( Passengers: from :Savannah; h'aIr: :steanu r
things because they have no true ]heart for disease they were intended] to cure. night Vegetable TI'ull-llf: I theATLANTIC lily of llridgt-lon on ) I LeaveFernandina
their work. Thelire unwilling to live and Avr.u's Ann: Cn nl.: thoroughly): eradicates AT I'IIINtNplx1: PH.\ : or Jacksonville: by.11. .. Hail:
( ; : : I INDIA
learn Thlire' content to live and tlllk1111'1 these noxious poisons from the system, With New York ami Fl''II.III.lilla1I'alll'( : ; 111'1:1': mad tril Monday morning), .\rri\ at
politics \ drink whl"kI1nll have a and always cures tho severest! cases. It :ship. Line from.. New York on Wednesday, : : lit .\ :I' KI\West: Wednesday 11011i11.1i'lt
bloody l fight.uow; 11I1\1 then by' way of a !sensation' contains\ no quinine, mineral, or :any thing W.tlU.III.:; and\ for, Xcw \01'1.1111 Fd'.I\III! I'lN: I :-n.\: I ll: KAILCOADS: : l ) II\alla Wednesday!! .
: My( countrymen, is this the civilization that could. injuro the most delicate patient :8.lii: p. in.; from Nassau: X. I', on 11'c.tuesday '- Returning leave Ilavana'l'lun's.layevn-:
we :should crave? We owe it to ourselves ; and its crowning: excellence, aboveits ; for Xassau, X. !'.. on Wednesday.: leaving (Centre Street Dock direct fOI'alll'Ilh. ing. Leave Key West: FI'ilaII.rllhl Arrive -
!! we owe it to our beloved state allllIrl.'lIt certainty to cure, is that it leaves the \Vith (ieorgia; : and\ I'I a'ida'lukhnd( :Steamboat ; : Passenger and shippers' : are a'sarcd: Cedar Key Saturday' morning; (and! at
; country, to put 011' this !sloth and put system!! as free from disease! as before the (Co.' from :Savannah: on'l'thcs: Ilay.rl.llIl', !! of coiinerlioii l at :Savannah; \I with the steamships Jacksonville; : and Fernandina by, Transit

on the trim ways of a !splendid. manhood< which shall! show; the world. and tile rest: of For Liver Complaints! AYKII'S! Aoi'K Tu'esd.iy: l'riday l and Sunday. by. steamer City o'f Hridgcton, Monday: 111'11-
mankind' that there is life Itt the old land! Crib:, by direct action on the liver and With'Charleston: Steamers: (.,t. John' and\ Diuitl ('lurli, big'I ), thus forming; the shortest: possible, 11'1
'I'd..' You are capable, fully capable of this biliary apparatus, drives out the poisons: Ct!i/ 1'iiliit; ) from. :Saviinnah and, ('harlrstoti11'ed11sday' : route between the United Stales and.! Cuba.
Y which produce theso. :: complaints' and stimulates I I'. I P. I W.\ Ill ),
if you will only believe it. the to vigorous, healthy \, and Sundav ; Savannah: ; am \1' r I PASSAGE:: ; : l RATKS.Savannah ( I: .
condition.: system (Charleston: : )11I1llaIII1C\( Friday., Leaves (Cell I In-Street: ; I Dork. every Weilnesda.Vami .. 0 itbirt., 1.:rrro...,'"".
With Steamer J'lnni/ .daily I to;, and! from :StMary's : .
I"R IrOLl'l'llS. Saturday SAVANNAH, uelingatIlUl'Sti11'I'K to : (IHI $1": )
Wo warrant it when taken according to 11\.lla.\ ,
: \ : ( Ja.. and semi-weekly to and Iron '1'. SIMON'S, DAKIF.X: amDOI'.OY FI'rall.lilll. ,..., :.. IMI) 8.4110
directions. 111\.lla.
1)atrsQUIETLY! : : She dresses: 'iniietly the St. Mary's Kiver Landings.. !! ) (JA.. : .1)1\ : II'i 11111\.1111..... :ttidoM' ( :\ I

comment of one of the fashion journals mina J. C. & Co. AT n \I invi.in.., For lah.l.ool.HIIIII to LKYK: I :
Dr. Ik1..lIIII'I
belle. It is ; Prepared by Ayer .Il4>iiiorauda.Steamers .
well-known an absurdity. With 1'1'11111'41'111' Live 4)ak'I'allaha"ean.l I) .I .\AI.h1N'Sel'onrist: t ()
When a young woman) dresses!! there I is more Practical Analytical Ch.mlstl.Lowell all points in :Middle and West: Florida. : ; are connected. by Thioiigh Savannah, Ga.; -Corner Hull and Ilryanstreets.
rattling around of "shoes, : and corsets!!, and West Tlril J A. ( '.\
Mass. AT Lorlll.ooSA/ .\., with 11'lallll", Cilll'\: India 1'111' I I."It
banging around of wlI!'>h.bewls 1I111plkhel'olnll \ :\, .\. MKL-:
lstuld via Savannah I.
sit 1"I'lllloila-EjllllIlllh'l
: calling for this Lund for that and OLD BY ALL imCtitilSTS! EV : : !: With :Steamer' ; .Jyi' (for, all points I, mind 1101 !! : .
with for Haltimore i /
RT'WiIEIt- steamships: -
slamming doors: and breaking' oil' bureau landings: on Orange; Like, on arrival of Peninsular York I'lla11tII.hil Jacksonville i -Corner Havaiid I Pinestieels.:
-- -- New *
.. knobs, and-and-we have often wondered 1 ItuilroiulM.TjUOUIDA : Iailroal'J'ruin. For :State-Kooms;, ,Ultluololi., all other A.C.( 1 LAXP1IKRK: :, Agent ?
how she stood it so well. We don't believea -- --- AT ItUNKsVILLK I KI.A., particulars, apply to Tic'I.I( following< 11"1 .Agent( St. AugusthuOmi the (1uI. I"'. AKl20tl I.
woman ever drl.'l\. {quietly, but of coursewe CENTRAL 1.I( Ll OA1. With :Stage; } Line for Ocala( and Tampa: m" and (Ollices) : STUONO( Agent.
don't know. How should we? Monday Wednesday ami! :Saturday ; Iron J. L. Hoiimillal,
,WHICH;" asks; "Kobiu Adair," "is it JACKSOXVII.I.K' Fi.v., March: Hi, IN"!). Ocala aild't'auipa'l'ucs.lay': Friday and :Sun; .a J1'1I Fl'II1lllla., C 1'1.:' Fla.-CIIII I''I1'1'11 1"1'I'Ollt and t Thin i I. --

1 propertosay: : I met she and her mother ?" On and after this date Trains on this load day. 1"1\lIl1l1lh. (!a.-( 11'. HIII Jr\ul Sts.ipiiosite 1 ., runt STKVMKIISST. : :
AT CKI'Ul: K is:t', .'L\., : .
ditHcult to will follows Pnlaski and .
This is a very question: answer. run as !! : : "I'I'\'II 111"
When we were young our scheme always::! DAY PASSKXliKU: (Kxctci-r:: Srxnvv.) With Tampa Steamship. Co.'s Line fur Jacksonville, Fla,-Coiner and fine .------
was to have her give the old! lady (the blip.oiuchow Leave Jacksonville: ..................... 1 ski::: A. M. Tampa' and Manatee Monday and Thursday, Sis., II'. L'KngleV: Drug Store; .\. C'. Lin' 1------ POI.\T''
about two blocks:: before the appointed Leave Baldwin ...... ..................... !I:1t1:: A. M I. at 4 1 p.' in., and for heyVest Si.nday amThursday .l jihere, Ticket Agent; ; .\. L. HnngcrfordAgent. !, JOII.\S : :MTV :

place was reached so' that we never Leave Like City ..........................1 l.3.t.:: M. at (Ii.l"! lit. -_,_-. ..-----.-
met the mother and it still looks as! if that 1 Leave Live Oak........ .................. IIM:( ) I-. M. With the United States! : and Havana Fas: :-;\II"Iil, !'hL-4)ii) the Hay, !1C.t F.
plan would be the most: satisfactory. Arrive at Savannah ..................... HI5: 1'. ;M.Uave Mail Steminir.frhnirnl' for Key West.: I Havana, :I .\11.1 .
:Savannah;; ...... .................... //'tIll' : ) A. M. Cuba, on arrival 1111' Npw'ial'1'ritin, etrv'I'uestday Palatka, l-'hi.--Lilienlhal Hrolhers & ( 'I..
TUB ]husband of a very charming and Leave Live Oak......... .................. 5:55: 1'. M. afternoon at 1.\01':\ '. in. From J Havana, Agents.I
well-known lady in Paris is a perfect' DanielLunbert Leave Luke City .......................... 5M:( p. M.Uave ('lIha.II.II.1 Kcr'l..t every :Saturday; Special (;il'HTAVK: LKVK.iieural : :.
in size. As if by (contagion" : : Baldwin ............................ 7O5: I'1.; : train to connect.With : ; : l'uK"'IJlrJI'lt..
madame herself is becoming fleshy] What Arrive at Jacksonville ................. ri.i: I'. M. Steamer Rutal"iJl", for points on I the' \\', F. 1.\11\I r twrL -
shall Illo?" she asks, her doctor "You :Suwannee: !Uiver on Thur.-dnys/ : at Ii; II. III. (icneral; .\ J
h must take moro exercise," I don't earl 11t. I )1.11.XU! EXl'Hlhll.Y.::::: (] .) For information respecting' routes, !!, rates, J. N. J l'll I"a\'ulllul, "YITILf leave Ferluhii.lhuttirJack'oucille. I; :
)Every; morning hl'furchreukfao.t: I walk two Leave Jacksonville, ....................... ;':;;1) ... M. etc., apply to II I 1 I H( L l'r. TV t l'alatkuand I inUrineiliate landings : !.
or three timesaroundmy: husband" I IT Leave White (. (0:15: r. M. .\. O. MuDOXIILL) :( ula -- John's I and Savannah
1.1'11Bald will............................. iIJO:( ) p. ;M, ( Jcn'l Tkkl'IIIII.II'II"'I.II'lIt.. on tll't .Hn'r
.\ the Morgue( : "31y: mother-in-law" I U-ave Uarl>)'\'ille......................... 7:25: ; I'. M.cave D K. M VXWKI.I.. ien'l Shut :21TACKSOXVILLK ST. JI.\t"S ICI'I.n: I-U'IU'I': and ('llrh' lol. us :

,ays: visitor to the officer in charge Ili 1 I 1./. Sanderson......................... W7: I'. !M.Uave -- ---- -- ---_ Fcrnandimi
appeared l three days ago, and has not been Olustee( ..............,.............. ": l-'J:: ... M.I ( :: :, PKNSACOLA: :: ( AN1 j'rull
hl'anluf since. I hail hulul.he might; he Leave Mt. I Carrie.......................... j:113; :{ I'. f. ( ': 1\1I,1:0.\U.: :( L1J f' l Foil JACKSONVILLM: PALATKA ,
here." Describe her if identified.von please", so"She that Arrive Lake City..........-. ............. !1.:1IJ: !'. u. :MASTER Tiuxi-poitTViiox'K OKKI-F. I : : tj.r .. fk J-- I >r : >DAY.-r.\

if lIel'e.al'he' can be JA'nv0Live Oak........................... :2:15: .\. !M. TAI.HIIHHFK., :. FLA., February: ISM< I. ) :>: 'r S. E\EtY WIHXI.
Mutters "awfully, youM recognize her easilyby Arrive Tallahassee! : ..................... iIIO:' A. !M. On und. aftir Monday, February ::.', loiiassenger '. From Fernandina
that Arrive Albany............................Ki: I.5 A. :M, trains of this road will follows '1'11': STI'AylKat: FI.OKA.
1.\1II0UIILE: young; lady at a social gutll \rrl\'cHa\.unnula...... .................... !tiui':
'jugremarks j jestingly liilhooly. : "I WIJU'der Leave Savannah .......................... 4SIJ:: P. !M. !, : fir-KVKUV: rillDAY.
how much I would bring if I up Leave Albany I ............................. 4.oo I'. M. PASSiXJKU: : ( : TUAIN--)F.AST: L'Ol'NII.I WILL lll'X OX '1'T.: :: 1\IY'J KIVr : .
at auction and sold to the highest bidder? U-ave Tallahassee ....................... :5:15: ; p. :M, Leave (.huttuhll"dU'l..llail ut. 2 (11111'. M. .llrl". tl. WMsllll N Cl.se coillltsti0n made with steamer? fur
"Just about $3,000. "Why, my jewelry ],,{'a\'c Live Oak.......................... :2:15: .\. !M.Uave \Incase Quincy. ;3 :2J P. )I. UuveHT.; : MAKY'H \'Eltl'MON11.1Yand Melltrt onville Knterprlse: : UM! with cteain-
alone is worth that." "Yes; that's what I Lake City ...........;:............. 3:5": A. si. IA'U\'c 'J'alluhu.o.c.............. (I.;
put it down at in my estimate.. Leave :Mt. Carrie.......................... 4:1: A. )M. U-ave Monticcllo' "" 7 11)') P. M. FEKXANUISA ; .111 wil leave FJCUXA.M-IX \ih for New York !l'llatkllli.l.
U-ave (lIu..ll'I: H A. !n. Ll'IIOr..II.llIl. H :J'4 p. M.Ixave talC days at 1 u. I., for (CAMP PINTKXF.Y ] n and jialtimore.und at l'lulrll'ltlu ,
A LAWYKII and a preacher were discussing i! said ]4 Sanderson: : ........................ :5:2UA.' : M.leaveharbvville Ma.li.soii. !0 :Sri*; P. sj.Ixave I und all iiiterrnedijitilandings> on tin river.Keturning ..1'111'1':0fr: New York, J"illh'Ihia) llali'-:
the direction of the wind. The firmer" : .......................... tai: A, Live .. 2""> A. u. I KVKUY: Tl'USDAY' und Fill- JI/rt., 11111"h'ru.\ t'ariolinu -
We go bv the the court-house" vane. the"Andwe l.ca\'c Baltlwln............................. U-IIJ: < A. N.I ArriveHa\.ulllulh............... .1...... f 1.1.M.' DAY, willurrive ut Hr. ,"Y'l ut :j-. m., llailrouds ( ruuh'l orh. l *t UI'l '
go by church vane, replied itarson. Arrive Thomasville l Ii 5.> A. M.rrve touching at .
in of wind that is the best Uave White House..................... 7tt5.t. I JtIX.\SII\ 11'cat
the matter .\ Albany. .10 2-> A. :M. On :: und SATl'KDAYS
Arrive Jacksonville.................... 7:50: A. !M. :
authority," said the lawyer. And the On Mail and Express Train Sleeping Cars Arrive Like ( 'i\Y..H ...... 33.'' A. N. will !IcnveSr. M.iKY'iiut 4:11):; > a. m./and ('UI 1 H '.CI.AS l'ASSKX(8KK: : \1 ::CH I 1-

preacher went borne to cogitate.A run through to and from Jacksonville and Arrive Haldwin. ..............., U 2-'> A. u. be rhartt-nil for i-xcurniom* t to I 1JATJONM.Tlirough .
complains that a hook and ladder Savannah also Lucas Sleeping Can run .ArriveJackHoHville;:" .......... 7 .'" \. !M. / Tickets and Stafenxunsund ",'ur..1
FARMER ha been urbanized in hitneighborhood. through to; and from Jacksonville and Tal Arrive Fernandina........... .'5 I" KM." lII11ge11e1,". all iiiforinatlou furnished at olH(tn -. ro'

i company. He states! that the ladder is lahassee.FKUXAXDIN'A! Arrive Jalncsville Sol. ( p.. !M. und other points of interest in the vicinity ,-r C '('llrt and rhttmtl "streets.3t.lv .
.trriwet'crlar Key ...:.. 9io!i : )I. C.. A. NOYI-X
into hU henhouse
Used 1 after dark for climbing }:Xl'nJIJ.ULY.( ;; ( .) of Feriiumlina.ThrouKh. .
.."' after which the hooking is done Leave Jacks/ii\1lle_... ................11:15: A. "M. PASSKXOKU.: : TH.\1S-WEST HOI'S.
; t
..... 5 < JIIIU of J.uJliiK' c r.
I cond'ition the Job I Arrive H.1I.lwilt..I:!:: P. !M. 1..1\"c JackMiiiyille laily at. .. :3 i r. M.lx.ave .

at the Is end what of his life:?was" asked patriarch a HrooklynSundav I Arrive k'''ru a nh p a....-.-............... a:4": f. x.I I FernumJuia "" .....1U ;W> A.. a, I by :MALI/XIVH LINK: ttl'Jt' to all1Miuts "It'I
:; school teacher of a quk t-looking I lA-Fernandina............ .........,.loi4JA.:: M. Leave Gainesville.- ((1Ir1( \ M.Uave | on the $t. Mary's.I'lote f 1
'the foot of the class. Dead," calmly : Leave Ilaldw. in...........?................ 1:20: p. "M. J Mar Key 4 :ill A. "M.Uaiie .
boy at hsking .lrriveJacksouville......... ............ ZMr.:: I \ Haldwin ...... 7 (INl V. M.Uave (.o..Cto. : 1JOA1CDINU HTAULJS"ItlCIAriKS : ;
replied 1 the quiet- boy. I Passengers fur Femandina and
PRInt HariK-r's_ U'cdICI. : :4.8. CoxYou i take this train. Xo train from Haldwia$ to I L/l\'t' H.'anllala ..... 4 :311 ... )I. made] with the Xl'Ylrk all SayamuthSteamers. ('.\ AXD
will never *av :'hoot1dOl't' bother me' Ct-ilar Kl'YI Sunday. IA.'I1"h'c Oak................. 2 15 .\. "M. Murk allg.Ksls"Care I Steamer Trout !
a;.!ain ? II. I'. Hutlt-r Never And you NF.CTIOS.-\t llaldwin with A., ft. AW. leave Ma-lison 351: A. M. t'lurn. Ft-niandina." a\l "h'UIl'" ull 'IO
will never call lIIe''Old Cock-eye.1. Mieait,1 I. T. It. H.} for Cellar Key. i.1iUl\'i11t' Ix-ave (iret-nville; .... .. 4 :au A. M.Uave COO|) ACCOMMODATION'S FOIl PAS- I C.OX'H.\t.n.m IIAULlXli( ;, KTT:
or 'toxins: ? UIIot't-" Never." and }Fernandina and all points Xorth and Monticellu ._. ...... 5"O' (" A. )I. M-UKt-r Kxcurkioiii"tx.and TourUt will : rUl \U

the milk and "'t't-t ; at lake {' for Tullaha.vHV, Allwiiy, Arrive Tallaluissw........... to ""A.M." /lind this u very. uttrui'(live tril. us the xcentryis 1111N1'S: 111'1Il4; IIAIIXI>S.
LITTLE of waU-r ((111 ) "
drop Savannah und ally points North and! Wt-st ; Leave Tallaba'jse. .... M :'JO A. M.I I grand! und alligators .tlt'r guide are cU'.H;
little grains of sand (in the sugar) are what at Jacksonville with St. John Kivrr Steam: I leave ( uincy. ......III.IMA. "M.Arrive alxiiidaiit. ( :
make the big fortunes of the bumble milkmen I ers. J. H. McKLKoY: ClialUilwxM-bw....... ......11 J; > A. )I. For furtht-r In format ion apply to ; 'TtIYSSIJ": 1LLi"'Itticy
and the obscure grocers.A ... JOHN ; ) ttnet. Ufa*
W. iHviUnrtx, Mastt-r Transp'n.SuK.rintendent. COSS.: .C JOS IW.J.\W.X. ttLh-t'int
MEI-K-VL student feats that he ha never | At live Oak daily with the Savannah, 25-tf l.rIUJila. Fla. 11'1111in'.t -4'>tt


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/.' / TJI.K :I'LOUIDA j Miuuou.[ [ i().1 true, and we are flooded! with a large number .i.v ESTIMATE. solelv on account of: their Republican: and;; circumstances I'l''' u" I i 'ILITILIS Bii.v.v.tr/j tit A. TO

.....-:. _.'=-': --:0: : ::.: ', --0:' -. of t'Il1rioll'otl'rl'( '!. J Lotour friends watch I II I The result' of Tllc'11ay'cll'Itloll! will be ciples: and of each with he the IS. perfectly manner! familiar! attending During the years 1371, l 1875: and l ;n;, tin-

SiTtll.n.bl; fCT0111:1.h) 1881) the polls! with h'rca ing'igllrtllel', and see forecasted' according to the bias the enthusiasm I the funerals of many. 'fhesethings t dcr Republican rule, the State tax imposed i)

that the will of the people is' not again nullified or the indifference{ of the forecaster. in }peaceful Florida I These tilings IIIl'h."I ntii ntsltosp21n17.17.1 : )Dnringtime) years

1..:UO('n."rJ(. Ticicr/r.: as! it was in 1870./( Let ns neither per- With n desire to see both sides! of the questioii tian America In (the name of of ha111a11it3'which politicalparties 1 1877, 1878 and \W, under Democratic rule,

mit frauds]: on the one fide nor the oilier and to reach probabilities upon the ( ,I is we the are highest ca'lcd upon conception\by our votcsand: : the State tax imposed amounted to $s0,3in.2J !! : .- ..

? The! right of trial by jury, the 'ml'fII8 corpus, basis: of reasonable expectation. \\e thtyik every honorable endeavor to make tins !1, being I ft saving in three years; of three hundred l.

the Wifi-ty nf the press, the freedom nf( >j>rerh, JIIL'V.ITI/J TO in IIKLVLKSS. the, Democratic electoral ticketsill receive hla:'tt..1IuI\CI of ours! n land of liberty" and :a I Ilt-/'r/'f' -.rl'c/l.tI/lJlsallll/ ; ( l term\ htnidfednndthirty / 1 ..'

the' nnttirnl right nf Jr/'III, and ttif rights 'Jl We have been treated for many years with the support of all the Southern !states and, of land of the free nl diillnrs.

l ?, >ro] "rty, mutt be. prrsrrud.-GEN. HANCOCK, numerous! homilies on the importance) and New York and New Jersey! because we see Hicks says : "Tho Rockland Free 1'roi What the counties' of Bradford, ,A laellUa.Ll'n" 1

( in General Order No. 40, Nov. :29!! 18(>7.Xiitliiny value of education) in the New l England: no reason, why the same states which supported !motes me correctly except' in one particular and linker have !saved, :

.. '" ,1 c
trlteve; to I'f honest and rio"' WixriKi.n all the poor, benighted South needed a candidate so popular and unexceptional did not :say the seventy persons' referred tonS for 1874! '75 and 70 wn, in

;4corT IJ.\N'IJI'! thoschools. of New l F.ngland. The schoolmaster as (General; Hancock. This! will having been murdered for political opin' tho aggregate, .: ,_:H 13iIO.flO

jt FOR I'KEStDKXT : was the grand panacea for all our give the Democratic electoral ticket 182 ions in Florida were my immediate neighbors Under anti 'Democratic 70) rule- in. 18<7., <8 U.W.Jfl:

ills. votes and will lack still three votes to elect. or that I was .personally acquainted _
v We mu!'t confess our surprise to find in Connecticut if she votes all she did in 187f with each 011<'. In answer! to a question I Saving under lenlocraticrule, $19,432.24
I that able and influential monthly, Srribncr, a will give six more, or fai'ing' Connecticut said that] over seventy persons had been

" t\\ 11 VICE-1'IIt'ICNT: : confession that the effect of this ,'olllpldea",1UlliWr.fll t tb e nerccs''ary three votes may come from ruthlessly: murdered' In Florit11l11uring reconstruction mi. IT XASSAU SAVED.COUNT HAS

, : WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, advance in scholarship was proving any of the doubtful :States; of California, I l'l' .OIltlltoubt, and that I was' personally Under Republican rule, the State tax imposed

OK INDIANA. a very clearly decided' failure. In other Oregon, Nevada, Colorado, New Hampshire, acquainted with some of them, and the county of Na"sau for theyears

1'nEsIuEY'rJAL' KMHTOHH.STATE : words, the idea is! conveyed.l that the effect or Maine, which. with Indiana are now all assisted, in arranging for the funeral of Senator upon follows
1874 1875, and 1870 was as !! :
.1 of the of education at the North was!! frl 'lul.alll1 whose ,
.: AT LAHOK : system classed us doubtful states. Wo think the Johnson, who was my < 1S74 $10,-3-.1-
SAMUEL l'ASX(; of Jcn'I; OIl County. to throw upon society a mass' of people who )probabilities in favor of Hancock's flec murder is still fresh in the thoughts every 1875 17,105.51( '

ALIJKRT.T. nUH81'U.,01' Ouvll1. County. had an education but did not know what to tion. As to our uwn State we believe our Fl, iUan." 1876 -_12,cO-, .Go>

FIRST MSTniCT : do with it, and society did not know what to State ticket will be elected by over 3,
I J / J. K. YONGK, of Kseumbia County. do with them. It is alleged that in former majority. That in the First District Davidson eight persons! who were, as he claims, killed Total for 3 years, $49,760.31

sncoxi DISTRICT: : times young people' got n small amount of will I lead 1 Witherspoon over 2,000) for their Republican principles ; but it will Under Democratic rule : 1 !I,
THOMAS F. KING, Alachua County. I instruction in books and 1 then obtained what and that General Finley in (lie! Second be noted that l lie puts the date of the killing 1877 1878 : 9.934.45
was of much more importance, a large District) will lead liisbec at the lowest! back from 1807 to 1871, when the State was 1871)\ 7,057.18
(f ron OOVKRXOR: amount of training in the business of life estimate by 300( ) majority. The counties of under Republican noel He instances but

WILLIAM D. BLOZHAM, and( of industries, and means of making a Leon, Jefferson, Madison[ Alachua: Marion, two murders as having occurred since the Total for 3 years, $28,5sUil

OF I.EOV: : COUNTY. livelihood. Now it i is said they are taught Nassau, Duval, and possibly Jackson and Democratic State administration. He credits! Total for 3 years Republican rule, $49,700.34:

, \ \1\ FOR l.tEUTK.\- -.\NT-fiOVEHXOK-- : out of books! grow up into men and women Gadsdeu, will elect Republican members to Nassau county with the murder of Hon.J. Total; for 3 years; Democratic rule, 28,581.01

3$ LIVINGSTON W. BETHEL, helpless and worthless, a charge upon their tho Il'gblnhlrl'11 the others will be Democratic (1. Johnson, which occurred in 1876, and Saved three years. $21,178.73:

4 c OF MONROE: COUNTY. parents and upon society. 'fhe old-fashioned and the Democratic) majority on assumes! what neither he nor any other man Showing that the tax of 1879 on our county
farm laboris obsolete so far as the school boy joint ballot will be thirty. The closest and knows that the murder was for political was $12,079.97 loss! than it was !in 1874,

I FOR roNoiiEtM-FIRST OII1TRll"l' : and school girl concerned. They no longer hardest light will be in this congressional causes! Mr. Johnson was shot at night near and that our people] have saved in tlrn'e. .

ROBERT H. M. DAVIDSON. hold the plough wield the scythe and reap district] where are! to bo found all the leading his residence by a concealed assassin, who years of Democratic rule $21,178.73.Let .
the grain; and the young ladies! neither spin white! Republicans\ in the State, and has never been discovered! and whose motives the }property ow nets of Nassau ponder

l'O'lOIUIII-COSIIIIII-ITRll"l': : nor weave, neither milk nor churn, but study which has' been organized and canvassed! were presumed to be personal enmity. over this statement and decide whether(' '

I GENERAL JESSE J. FINLEY the ologles! and the fashion1). helpless most thoroughly by M". Itishec and his adherents. A citizen of Alachua county was arrestedmud wish to have their taxes doubled in order to

OK coi.r.Mniv( : COUNTY.FOU charges on their parents for awhile, get married lie has thcaidofthel'ur.-ieofthe tried upon suspicion and acquitted; and put back In l'oWl'rtlll'lU'n who called themselves

to better themselves if they can, and national committee, and I Is an! able, persevering : to this! day no clue to the murder has been Republicans because: they could profit

MKMIIKRS:: : OF THE: ASSKMIIUY! : : thousands of both sexes, from sheer inability and energetic; leader, who has staked obtained, and\ probably never will be. Nu by it. .

JAMES McGIFFIN, to get an honest living try to get a dishonest his' whole politico! future on the '"cllult.'e election was! prevailing ut the time, and no THE North west is now receiving the largest

010'R.'UU COUNTY. one. The evil seems to be a growing believe ho will be defeated. The people oi motive for the murder has ever been devel proportion of the new cornel's. East: of the

oaf, and the remedy suggested is! to get up Florida realize; the importance of having oped.' )Ir. Hicks, in claiming it as a political Missouri/ and north of the Ohio tho value of

Ii Tin; ELEVTIOX. as! benevolemitemiterprissse ving 'I'ho"I14111\(1( such' si representative as! General Finley to murder, is libeling this: community the lands has risen above the means of tbcimmigrant.

In our next issue wo shall l he able to give industrial schools. look after and promote! their interests. Mr. Hicksfurihersays : West of that stream the 100th ,
I the probable issue of the !Presidential Contest In the meantime what has become and is Moreover, General Finley h.is, been long and .. ,
On the UUli day of last July my home atA.radia meridian\\1 the limit of profit agricultural.It -
of 1880. \\'o have great faith that It will becoming of the helpless educated NorthVrn favorably known a man of the highest integrity was burned to ashes: with nil its cannot he long) before Kansas: !, Nebraska!

belt I favor of General l JIallcoek.Ir.: Tilden people? The young men seek clerkships in affable, gentlemanly, courteous, and valuable contents. I charge the murderous! and Colorado will cease to offer attractionsto
received in 187fi, mare than enough states! to the cities, and the business houses of the respected, and bus made many personal Democracy Flivida (not my immediate
neighbor) with the crime of burning settlers. The cotton states must, therefore -
.-!lecthiin. He \vitsdeprivelofthefniilsoflhe great cities are crowded with men who are friends among his opponents. If the Democratic home. laver: since the devilish deed was at an l'lIrl.1at be relied upon to supply '

victory by fraud, and the Democratic) party getting:; a bare living ; the women also seek vote of the district: ; is fully\ cast he done] certain people' have: industriously accounted homes to the yeomanry of Kurope.TDK .

submitted fur the sake of peace. They the s-ume employments us .Shop girls, many will bo triumphantly elected. for the fire-and certain: editors of
Florida have tried to : war for the Union was:' successfully
even -
subsistence with nc.vspapers prevent
:lave patiently waited another four yearsind ; more try to earn a scanty : I
the payment of the small insurance on closed more than fifteen years ago All[
,1 i : again g> to the polls with anuniloiilited sewimig-mnchimic.', some go:; about the conn THE I'LOlllItA 1)ISI A'1'Clll'S. property' destroyed t classes of our people must share alike in the

4 majority of the voters ofthe : try as book agents and vendors of small The New York papers publish) the following blessings!! of the Ennui, and are equally concerned
It is charged by )Ir. Hicks'! neighbors:, that I
: United States supporting the Democratic ) wares.! The departments at ll"Washington dispatches which were sent by )1 r. Mar[ in iti'l'l'rpl'tuitIUlII! ) in the proper
the property which was destroyed: by fire, administration of mibhe. affairs. We are ina
11011I i ne's. The party in power are ibemt'ged' with them, seeking clerkships, a suutli.Jewell, tho chairman of the National and which- Mr. Hicks alleges! was the work State of profound\ peace. Henceforth let it
till to surrendering the control bare livelihood with no provision for sickness and which admitted r'l'HE
noire averse: Republican' Committee, are be our }purpoaito} cultivate sentiments ot
of an incendiary, was! covered by insurance
of the patronage of the government no provision for home, or marriage or to bo genuine. Our citizens will remember friendship{ and not of animosity among our
to the amount of fuur times its: value, and fellow citizens. Our material interestsvaried
tliiin they were in 1870. They will not yield families-helpless and dependent they forma that Mr. Noyes and Cat tender were
was in charge of n colored man who does! and progressive; demand o r constant and
now if any means! can *Ie< foiiiid to avoid it. sad commentary on a Su-('alld education, here recently I and made speeches in Lyceum not share in )Ir. Hicks' opinion: rs lo the united efforts A sedulous! and scrupulouscare

They will claim the election, if ut all close, which leads in MI many cases to /misery: instead Hall. Their services were valued by tb 'mat cause of the fire ; and 1 that the alleged"valuablecontents" : of the public credit, together with a j
it: all hazard It is really on their part thocontest of happiness.! $:.'t", each. We think this a very high wise and economical I management of our
of the house was should). be
supposed governmental expenditures, maintained
of the olllce holders! to retain their Hut there i is still a darker phase: of the valuation, and a decided waste of the Re -
in order that all
to be a "Iheo'ogic.-1! library, upon f'l'r.-iollollllay' : protected f
place We have: thcfpectuclcof the entire subject. The rucords) ", of crime at I this! day 1.ublicanl'llllll'al n fund. Whew I $lnO for which Mr. llkksimad an insurance of $ ,l""I.) in their rights': to the fruits'of their
,ahinct on the stump, of open and enforced show that the hand which committed the such speeches!I1! The dispatch is as follows : own IlIIlutrThe time has come to enjoy
I which library was contained a of
space substantial
the benefits A'
S assessments of large sums upon the salaries forgery, the \\'hidll'ollcI'lvelHhl' fraud], OCTOIIKII: 12:!, 18.M. of reconciliation. !>I
about 7 by 4 feet, and although the inure one people we have common interests. Let
"if all the officers of the government. If had received its higher; power of mischief To Hon. Charles Noyes/ care of ii. Jenkins us the harmony and
made careful examination of gemicrousrivalry
I\ money can buy the election it will l bu. from education. The records of the divorce : J r", Jacksonville, his : ance adjuster a among our own industries: which .
\ ] I will provide] the premises! after the fire, he failed to discover ( '
\J I telegraphed yesterday. will revive .
bought. If the party in power can thus courts show how little restraint education our languishing II\l'rdJ\IIt marine ): '
1 as requested! 2UO\ ( eacn for' Cullender andyourself among the debris" 11 single work on extend our commerce with foreignnations j;
t the l.ll'l.tluIlIU1I1 keep control of the has had UJMJU the discontented school-taught .
as! theology, or valuable book {If any kind, assist our merchants' manufacturers -
government we see no hope for the future women of the land. )1.\1:11\l J E\\ ELL. and producers to develop our vast: natural 'J,
but ho did find the charred remains of such
.if any change. l Emboldened by success In the! upheaval of Southern society .bythe The other dispatch I is! as follows : re.'loUrCCi'1I1111! increase the prosperity of our
, they will lay their plans for an indefinite results of the war many of our people OCTOBEH12, 18.M1.) valuable works as agricultural: reports, Lakeside people.Public. i
To I'" W. Wicker;; Collector, New West, Fla. Library volumes reports of Xu-Klux office is! a trust : not a 11111111hl'- I
Continuance in power.' !General: I Grant is! wero made poor, the sons and daughters of
I''ihfof" ])1IlhHlk 1.'lI. (''i/'" nf Taa," committees! and other works of equal stowed UJMJII the holder no incompetentor
idready fn nomination for 181 and the the wealthy, who would have succeeded to 100. tWwwfrt' ," UK for Kev 11'c;+t. Menon value. dishonest persons should ever intrusted:
Republican leaders intend to entrench themselves the plantations'" and the slaves: have been dock instructed to say nothing about it. with it. or if appointed I they should be i;
'thl' the world to them- MARSHALL J.:w ELL. promptly ejected. The basis of t> substantial .
in |*N\rr it carry this: election.We thrown out upon help JtEMOCIlATW IlAHMOXl' IX XEWYORK.
practical civil !service reform must l first
shall give our readers the fullest: returns! selves! but they have proved themselvesmore The \\\'etcrn\ Texas not City of Texan, 'he established by the people in filling the

I.blulnnbll'lnd hope to rejoice with them in capable of exertion, more thorough brought out eighty-two steerage passengers The New York Timt of the 10th predicted elective offices; if they l fix a high standard

the sucei'ssef\ (ieneral Hancock which we and self-appreciative, and more successful who went up to the Waycross! Railroad "that the Democrats: of New York would not of the qualifications for otllce, and sternly reject

t: 1 believe will bring jn-acc to the country. than the graduates of the boimstetletlucatlon-", it is: said Were they New York repeaters agree on their county and city ticket, and be decisive corrupt in and governing: incompetent the the action result of will the

al system of New England. or laborers? The City of Dallas also that peace and harmony are at an end, and servant whom they intrust with IIppollltlnIIHH'r.W.

AN ILLUSIVE CLAIM. brought out some steerage passengers who that what has been done will be S. HANCOCK.THE .

To obtain assistance I from the HepublU 117/O PUT THE STATE IN VEllT. went, as: supposed! to the rail'' mad. Some of undone" No doubt the wish was fatherto main object of our section for,

(:um election fund at the North it Is, of The report. of Comptroller Cowgill, made: these laborers have been hanging around the thought but to the sorrow of the has not been to get control of mrtllYn.llr.lpa..t time

,. course, necessary for our Republican State January 1, ISi: states that the bonds Issued Jacksonville instead of going to work. Are Republican prophets Tammany and antiTainany government of the country, but to obtain, 4
committees to make a claim of success previously to 1871 amounted (then, with Interest they Marshall Jewell's men? have agreed the nomination and then retain control of its domestic af
In this State. Mr. Hicks, whoso statistics to the sum of 312572.50; that between The Colorado touched at Key West and upon fairy Home rule has been the watchword
", oY one of New York's most eminent mer of our people. in the past in times of l'>oliti-
nf the seventy murders committed in the 1371 and 1875 additional bonds to the proceeded to Galveston where she arrivedon l'llnntr.. John R. Grace, and upon{ the cal contest, and their watchword now. The

peaceful county of St. Johns! prove his amount of $1,121.215,01'hUll been issued. the 1'Jth. Of course she carried no Republican other candidates wifli perfect harmon}". South seeks to have the Democratic party
veracity and his accuracy, is the author- Of the bonds:: hi.ul'llllrior to 1871, nearly votes to Texas. Did she leave get control of the country knowing that the
It i is! evident that the Democracy of the true interests of the country will bt thereby
I. fI ity given in the New York papers for the all had been issued in payment ot Indian some at Key West? Empire State intend to give rousing Democratic enhanced but it has no intention of seeking;
r' I statement that Florida is: likely to go Republican. hostilities, and not for the current expenses: There is one aspect of this matter which to control the policy of that party for interested
i J ; Of the thirty-nine counties in of the State. Of the $1,121,245.08 nf bund"io..ut'll deserves attention in the interest of civil majority and assure the success of : ends in the event of Democratic success -
{ the wbela for ordinary service reform the employment of salaried the Democratic candidate for the Presidency Being an integral portion of the coun
Florida there' are but four in the first con after 1871 way ;
try and
The effect of the loss of Indiana has doing its part towards the support
gressionardistrict, and but five in the second expenses of the State under Radical rule, United States officials, custom house officers, been to rouse the determination to of the government, it naturally desires: to
) which are claimed to have Republican majorities and now we are burdened with the payment as agents of the Republican National Committee. up secure snare In administration of its affairs, but
and less than that number gave Republican of the payment of the interest on this sum The vicious and reckless criminal. success and to remove all obstacles in the bas not ambition to control. Its aim has

majorities 1878. In these conn- as a legacy of the Republican nuladministrafion ity of Chandler's methods in 187G, are pursued way of pei feet harmony. er.been If peace the Southern uiet and leaders cherished, not i ow-the

lies there has been less immigration and J leasincrease of the State between 1808 and 1877. by Jewell in 1880. These Importationsshould The Republican press: at first alleged desire to dictate to the rest of the Democratic

of imputation} than in the rest of They not only collected fifty per rent, more be I.iharl'llookt'tl for and the intended that the state ticket could !Jot be harmonized party the policy to be pursued in the event

the State. Conovvr was beaten for congressi taxes: from the .people than the Democratic fraud prevented if possible.: Our -doomed to sec these predictions dnappoinUnl of else Democratic would success, prudence, if nothing
bee has but made and is: to be the arena of their attempted they then fell back upon the prevent their wound out this
1878 by over 3.200 majority, ami l1I State government they own county Idea. Sectional prejudice be aroused
claimed less than 300 majority in the other funded a debt of over a million dollars in peroration and Nassau is to be hope of divisions In the city and now that to such an extent as to make the Democracy -

lli'trict, 80 that allowing for the sake of argument the extravagant and corrupt administration Hooded with Georgia negroes and New York (hope is taken from them. A corruptionfund 's 1 lease of power a short one.

that th prevent control
I getting of
majority it leaves in the whole >> ) the people of .'Iorl.twl.h( to restore The barrel is low and Johnny's wings have the government, but to retain control of it
*i ? HICKS, TUB 3IEXDACIOUS.. been clipped, but be will do what he can. itself. Its long lease of has led
Mate in 1-! ; a confessed Democratic majority this state of things power : it to
of 3/XK) ) If the Democratic voters of -' -- It is nothing to be surprised at that Mr. -. rt'ganl8.i rightfully belonging to it what has
'lorida'havo UNION JEXERALS FOR IU "COCK. Hicks should have manufactured murders, THE XEORO VOTE J.V IXDIAXA. a trust committed to it by the people.
all f'gbterOOluhl cast their It.fails to recognize the fact that it has been
i ote on next Tuesday the Democratic majority I The (\nirier Journal publishes a list of one arson, assaults:: and martyrdom to the occasion It is:: now made a matter of boast by the faithless to this! trust, that it bas been

in the :State; ought to lie not less than i hundred and tiftwi Union generals- who but we must confess our surprise that Republicans: that they received the votes of weighed in the balance and found wanting,

;,000.. It ill well understood however,that tho' are declared supporters of General Hancockfor the Sun and J'reu should republish in the 2,500 negroes in Indianapolis alone, and and accountability that the people for its will hold it to a strict
the l'rt the most community where Hicks is known, the audacious probably they rt't'l'I\'t'tl10,0l10 negro votes in errors and its lIIi dt't'ttt.
Republicans have no expectation of carrying i.lenemolll; prominent The mists: of l'WilitHant:: prejudice have
thcStato, but will bend all their exertions to of these are \! Rosecrans, General fulmination of Hicks. I the state. .\ party must be driven to the been dissipated tea great extent by the bright

carrying this congressional ,district which Mct'lellan, General; Marcy, General i Slocum. The Rockland (Maine) three JYtu, in wall, wnI) ell it boosts of the importation of rays of truth, and the people of the land are
General Sickles Gent'rall"1itri k Jones Gen speaking of the Rev. W. W. Hicks of Florida thousands! : of ignorant men from the South beginning to more 1lainlYlee things as they
i j.+ closer than the other. This we do not be are instead of as they have been
Here they can tbm l by Republican votes Apa- : eral Palmer, etc. In fact the list includes who speaks in Elmira to-night says. to control the government of u Northern to be. The 'k'imblican leadeN are representedi engaged:
He bears the marks of the would-be-assas .tat Was it to these intelligent voters that kindling the
thy and iiidifllTence on the part of Democrats nearly all of the military men who were !, fires of sectionalism to obscure -
sin on his own person, Since coming North the Republican speakers addressed their arguments with smoke the clearing political atnuwpbere
the Of the rank -
that will elect war.
Mr. during
in the only thing prominent
his house, with its valuable contents: \ but it will be of no avail. The
Jl J Sis bee, unless! the reports we hear of colonizing and file 200,000 soldiers who served under burned.. Seventy of his, neighbors and on the tariff (question On the kingdom ba* ,dciarted| from tlaeUl.--"h&
ne,"roes all along the Georgia line arc Hancock will cast their ballots for him friends have been murdered in cold blood, purity of election: On resumption* lJ: ter. _


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I I II __ __ ___Item-__._____ u __ ___ _. .DllY, GOODS
III91'F.1atSllll'LlTtn\iSTItli 1: I.t' \:MMON"
1 TUB: .\UN.AMO.NO S.I.. .: .vr 1'111: I"OI.t'I.\U iIIt{' <;ooi>s uorsi: or
: 1r1ILes: \: September 1 11. r .
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: rental I of the faiiumj t railway mulct i I) / hu\c a-wnt dotihiless Inn' ;-- a ++. .................. .........................................++t --J '-.x: ]_. IvYDD.DRY ,=_----

Lucerne to Mount High It was my !goo; A ISIKAIIM: : IIOTIII.: 1 ----

fortune to visit recently this grand. seem'.
The gar placed,l in fruit aunt is pn-lu-d. I.:' .. { a a++........................................,.....n...........++ GOODS, CLOTHING HOOTS ) SHOES

I 1 the engine up a fearful ;grade to Righi.: stthousand ( 14 } Situated directly on the Railroad: XO'I'IOXNxn I'\X('"' <;
feet above the level of the .
ten; 4+...................................44. I : LARGEST I : Ash) REST::; STOCK TO SELECT: ( Fnml1' l'Ull.'EMVItUlli; ('
The t traveler cannot but fcl'la sense of i in icnrity '- 5I + : :
he tliinks uf the ...
us / possible COIIMqucuces I I .. I. : 1 large shipments\ of 1'AM, AND U'I X'f IU: of an accident. but the danger i i. iU a 1 OF FI.OUln.i i\
rs a a HEALTHIEST: PAUTS Wholesale and Retail. Orders! by mail iceeivo prompt attention.
only imaginary: ami l one soon forgets/ the .+.+...........................................................+t -? ,
: N-E. Cor. Centre and Third,
f I
York \
New OtnYe
risk in the exciting feelings of I\nll { J..L '1'. irvmt. } Fin.
wonder as the grandest panorama rapture of tin. I Is a compound the virtues! of sarsaparilla For particulars address. _T n' Walker Stm:.>t.j__ ___ __ __ _ _-_.. _Fernnndina.__! :
stillingia, mandrake, yellow dock, will }'J.omnmmmn,
fire is" unfolded. before him. It is a !sigh i the iodide of potash and iron, all owerri'bloodmaking :1:1-t: f Fernandina, Fla.TIII Sit N II 0 It N & HOYT"

never to be forgotten, to see the sun rise, a" blood-cleansing, and IIfe-sus- -- -- ---- -- --
it beneath feet and of being I taining/ elements. It is the purest! safest! NEAR CKXTRK:
were, your sense! I and most effectual alterative medicint : ..olun.\ SECOND\ STREET: ,

cloud, borne into the routines of nnothe I known or available to the public. The set
and better worhl steals: over our nuirt.i 1 Heirs(: of medicine and chemistry have ne'rl'rodul'ell : r AND AND) IMMIGRATION( COMPA'Y HULKSVLK AM' ItKTAU.G11OCE11S : .
valuable remedy, nor one 80<
frame, but we noon awake to the realities of
'potent to cure all diseases resulting Iron SHIP: CIIANDJ.JEIlSSH :
our situation, nnd with n last longing lung] ,impure blood. It cures Scrofula anti OFFERSflOO.OOO" ,

prepare to descend to the'a1t'y below. all scrofulous diseases Erysipelas, IS
Rose, or St. Anthony's lire, I'lmplf's"nd !
Lucerne, situated on the lake of the scent l Face-grubs; Pustules, Blotches, Arrrn! ... .__.
.. '* *___'* "' > tit
name thousand, has inhabitants.a population It of commands about fourteet> sums r Salt Boils,Rheum Tumors, Seald, -head Tether, ,KingwormUlcers Humors; ,, Of the I mostACCESSI11LE I C' Il'UItN[ | | | OATS{ | | -IIUIC'K- j | M.MIi" j j -KTC.- j

I Sores, Rheumatism, MerrurlaDisease -' .---* .---. ."--* '"
of the l finest views in Switzerland, including; Neuralgia Female Weaknesses .
: : AND Ul.:"IRAHLK:
Mt.' Right and Mt. 1'ilatni, of still gr'uter and Irregularities, Jaundice, :: :: ---

elevation. its of interest i hits Affections of the Liver, Dyspepsia,
Among objects Emaciation, and General Debility. I.VNlT: IN Tilt A LAlKiU: STOCK OF> Fl'n lnlaI.W.! : .\YH OX IIANi.

fine cathedral, Thorwalden's lions cut By its searching and cleansing qualitle !!) _.
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in the solid rock, to commemorate the iidel, it purges/ out the foul corruptions! whist STATE: OF( FLORIDA, .
ity of the Swiss Guards> who in IjU' were contaminate the. blood and cause derangement 4li1yARLINGTON NURSERIES.TKOriC'AI

cut down in the palace while bravely ilefending the vital and tlCl'aIt(functions: ,stimulates promotes and energy enliven am: At only $l.2.:!) 'per acre to new settlers, with .

their royal matter, Louis' XVI. It,'! strength, restores and preserves health,am the privilege selection in parcels) of 40
,1 old bridges and fortifications are objects: of infuses new life and vigor throughout th 111'1'1'11'1'101'('. These laud are located on --

beautiful of whole system. No sufferer from any dla- and adjacent, to the line of the SKMI-TUOPUMI: Irt'l' Tltrj'.S: HOSF.S, IHWln.
. much intcre The lake Ln east which arises from impurity' of th : and :
iy\ the centre of wild and picturesqm blood need despair who will give AYEK'SAUSATAIULI.V !
a fair trial. tOt"S; ...ull'a'IaUaUI: X SIIUTnS .uul
*< a portion of which is: associates:
ccncry, '
It is I folly( to experiment with the numrt TRANSIT: CO.' :'; 1:. IL, ._
with the legend of William Tell. -
out low-priced mixtures,of( cheap materials,
tone, the capital of the canton and !lent and without medicinal virtues, offered as extending. from FERNANDINA) ) on the Atlantic .
C1IOICK: VARIKTIKS: Iluddod Irunae Trees
is situate blood-purifiers, while:! disease becomes moro KEY the Gulf coastthus
of the Swiss! government, : beautifully toCKDAR: : on ,
seated. AYKU'S S.umrAitiLtA is! :a
,l on the ri'cr1'1', which! IIl'1\rlyel\'ir. firmly medicine of such concentrated c'nmtl'opower affording to the )producer cheap) coir. --

('ll'othe\ city. .\ magnificent panorama of that it is )by far the best, cheapest! stunt and, rapid) transportation to the best' t
the snowy peaks: of the ISerncse Alps can In' and most reliable; blood-pun known markets. ZitScud for Descriptive'( ('atlll,, ul"
Physicians know its composition, and prescribe : I.JACKSONVILLE. IlIn1\'I'.I.,
seen (from the terraces at this point. it. It has )been widely\ used for fort The belt of country travcrd: by the Trail
.\ military concert was given outside of years, and has won the unqualified cent]. sit R. R.. embraces 1 tf :, FLA,
deuce of millions whom it has beuctited. ._ -- -- - -- -- ---------- ----
hundl'l'llllI. --- --------- -
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city t during my stay,
:strnments were employed, and there wan Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co, EVERY: VARIETY OF\ SOIL) [

concourse! of at (least forty thousand porn Practical and Analytical Chemist, to l Ill' found 1 in the State:; u large proportioi 1S80. 1881.

( pie in attendance. I'eople came from alt Lowell, Mass. being 1'I'I'uliarlyallapll'll to the culture oSKMiTiionrAi. TI1EFLORID.

; parts of :Switzerland: and, made: a grand occasion _OLD liT ALL__ DBUUUI8T8, EYEBYW11ERB.TPV :: Furtrs and Early Vegetables,
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i of it.Freiburg I'ro/css.touatutd-- -- Uuim Card and Tin', larvae, Cuiiijiurt HmHrs uf Timln;

;', and Lausanne are picturesque cit --- - ----- make I the-e lands worthy of VMIKFUL/ KX

ties.: At the former is: a suspension hrh g e Dr. AKTIIlTIt <'. FORD, AMIXAT1OX' by mannlactiiivrsof Lr.MiiKiAM : : MIRROR

4 of nearly J,''MC a) feet in length across: a dcei > .1'J.HTOlm. .

)gorge in the mountains, S00!' feet in depth l'.XTIST: :; ,

$ Its cathedral possesses: : a famous!' organ with NEW SKTTLKISS': : .
)Fourth St., bet. Centre and Alachui: ,
iso) pipes and seventy stops' which is generally
Purchasing: : land from this company are
played at noon. Lausanne has a pop. 18 tf FKRXAXDIXA, FL.1
t nNlicd, with entire free ywM/ti/f/c! on the Trail STE'A1V.I:=
about and is situated! 01 -- --- .
illation of :a7XH
n'i1. '.D(1It1 EE and l'Ili.'tllolhl'
It. i : :, sit Railroad for family personal:
the northern bank of the Lake of GenevaOn .
( station nearest the land purchased
the east side of the lake is tIc'lchrutc.l COMMISSION' MIMJCIIAN"\ : ,
e castle:; of Chillon, immortalized by I
ron's ode on the prisoner of Chillon. .\ CnxTiiE: : Sr., atria It. n. DKHOT) : grant from the United l State:; ; and pnrcha"i I -

from the :State: of Florid.i.CORRESPONDENCE.
connects .
worked hydraulic
railway, by power FKIIXAXDIXA.) FLAIIuj .
t Laulanne with Ouchy, which is: tin
: Oats.o. :\: : ) I) : : H(ILl('ITEI).
I port of I UHaniie.! Geneva i ix, one of tin ('orn.
largest of the Hwl>lsl'itiel. having about) 511-, ---- -- s. (1.11{ ES: ., Descriptive) MVI-S and fiiun.uts mailed or pal .0H

OoO inhabitant) It is situated at the I poinl application.\

where the River Rhone issues 1 1'1'1111the lake. GONTPA"fOI i: AXD) I1lTlI.nlI: :, ( '1I.W.. LEWIS: : u

It has many objects) : of interest, ainoi I.l nil V Cnmniis-ioner; a
S n'\l1TIU I
:II t
which are the bridge and quaff of Mount HIke( ) cor.' Dearh and Seventh:: o w

,:a Blanc, the Russian! chapel and,1 the conservatory. MOULDIXtJS.) : 1IRACKKTS: SAWKI)) AXITITRNKI J) tfI-t t' ----- ''' 0
On a clear\ day :Mount: Diane, thehlI'I't :I) UALt'STKis.: : XKWKI: ;, ----
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peak in Europe, can be seen' from .. .
"-.. the city. Altogether; witz'rI:1I111Il11(1( the .\HI-) IMPROVEMENT: COMPANY.Fernaiidliiu _

.1.. ", Alps are delightful and picturehijue, and the I IN H \Ni FI.OOI:-
form of government is near like that of our ylI
:t J .
!f own country. Stair and ('hllr<<'" Work tj
,;, I shall soon descend into the plains ol
r i I Italy and visit the cities! of that once favoreil A SPECIALTY.DOORS Towns", on U. It. Line, -I-r

und fertile land. The Mirror would enjoy AXD WINDOW FRAMKS: And <'.lur K" y.

the grand reflections!' of these everlasting
OF ALL SI1:3I'ost ;.
hills on the bosom of the deep and glassy Office Box 174. -BOOK AND==

lakes, and would, no doubt, have many jan4 Fernandina, Fla.
pleasing reflections: to make. Through a Oiferstn Lessees: : and Purchasers a large

kind friend, in Basle I have just received, JAMES MrGIFFIX, number) of the most eligible uIHI.le"iru'le'

c with great pleasure, copies: of the Mrrort AXD UUILDKR. for15ty
plOXTRACTOIl ].ot.l'uitullo fur liusiness! l'urpn.t.'I. or PRINTING HOUSE
and your contempory, the Express, as well Suburban Residences JOB ,
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as New York papers. I am glad to find De- Alachua Street, betweenond and Third or

mocracy flourishing in Florida and elsewhere FKRN'AXDIXA, FLA. UPON EASY: TERMS.:
in the United States.

This is a wine-growing country,and, from Orders and intimates! from a distance 25-tf care Liberal Discounts on Values allowed! to Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel,

what I can learn, this year's crop will be a _fully__attended_ u _to._ __ parties enguge fruitful one, as the weather has been all thatcould HookM uutl Stationery.TIIORACE .
enterprises, who will erect on the) prop.rrty
be desired! the wine Grainis ,
by growers. ----- ---
nut much grown here; grass vegetablesand << DIIKW. ( purchased substantial) improvements FLORIDA.

fruit are the principal products. Wine Wholesale and Retail For residence, or in which to conduit their FEllNANDINA, -

is very cheap, the price per bottle being: but business.

about nine cents for ordinary wine. Living BOOKS, STATIONERY, INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS

is i cheap and the hotels! are well kept.I -
have met many American travelers In And MUSK, by exemption for a term of years from

Switzerland and on the Rhine, but I am taxation: offered by the several> cities and

told tliere are not as many as usual, many 59 W'r n.\Y STEET, :owns. Apply toirOtJice Having added NKW '1''NU: XKW PRESSES to our office, and h&in

having remained at home to vote. TACKSOXVILLE, FLOItlfA.ytrrSehool ? cor Dvadi Ji 7th t>U., Fernandina. SKILLED! : WORKMEN who know how to use the same, we are now
Tovatsr.IbatOfce IG-tf
--- 1.J't'l'arecl to do any and every kind of printing,
Notice.Office -- --

Ifourt Trom 8:00.: x. to 6.00: r. x. Seedsa aud tiuauo.VTfILCO. .

Money Orders and Registered Letters from .. liookit a Nper lally.k SITYLLY \-,-UIIIII-
8ia: ) A. M. to 1:0": ") r. M.; and from 2:00: p. x. & CLARKS, 11 Importers and Dealer! in I FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD,
i- to 3:30 p. M. Sundays from 10:30 to 11:30. V (Successor to J. M. Cooper & Co.,) *". "
M. and 3:30 to 4:30: r. u. .

A'vrtltn' Mail-Arrives daily at 10:30. x. T St'hool audI100HN Mlreeellaueoan'tl __J_ AM Neatly and UM ('bt .p MM" any Ofllr lu Florid
Cl *es 3.:0o P. X.
t Sud/u" J/ai/-Arrives 3:30 p. M. jL-,
10:00 Tarras'annah
Closes : A. X. eo --
St. Mury't anti Trader1 JfiU Mail- HOOKS J -- -- -
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Arrives Tuesdays and Friday. at 2:30 p. X. S .1 O Keep constantly! on hand a )(1.lOIIIIUl'l'ly of
I'll*** Mondavi and Thursday at 8:00: A. u. I a.I I ITATIONERY heir. L'ehlratt"f1

.$*. Mury'i, G't., osdy--: e___. ;MANHTLATED (;U.J.( .#6.
Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at &.OO A, N. ;-lr Don't wnd your onlers for PRINTING, BINDING and RULING to offices out..
Tuesdays and Friday at ::30 r. u, AND FANCY GOODS OFALL Nothing better ran \'IP "bail for fall and win.
.ide the State. Order for either will rvceire prompt attention from UM. Address
11'edn'wlaysandaat'daysat9i0..N.Closes KINDS, tL'r crops. Price FIVE: IXH.LAIW: i'KK:
11.\(1. fir FIFTY IMLLARS" I'KH TON, : lnnn,
Wednesdays, PI..OIUUA.
Tuesday, Cor. Congress and St. Julian! 8t..,
Fridays and !Saturday at 2:30 p. N. 'J. railroad "r atdiluer at .'u.urDllu, Fu.
Hend for circular givinj l.rtHkatt'tc.. octO
lavannah Gf'orsl. ;
SAML. T. RI&DELL: P. )I.Lt. + ,

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OFF Tills COASTS OF SLIW.A (Gi%EIt.tL IIntECiOItl:; ". \ liRADFor.U: COfXTY. l'rtviilcn'e.l Air,snf (if Ta.ris-Walter C Maloney, Jr., In the County( of St. John I for nSenatof t. \ ,

Count'/ uli/c-J, H. Uichard I, I KcyWc. from the Thirty'-lir-t; :Senatori1i11)istnct.On : : wvlll j > held'' I
!Bailed !Mate. OflirrrH.I.AXH Collector hcrenue-\falter C Maloiicy the same d.iyan; election | '
land I know nfar Clerk Henry F. York, Lake Butler. time
yet nenr, constituting. :
Remote and dim yet close mid clear! OIFICK:, UUNIVVILI.K.! : .\.,Il'riJrW/ Tumblin. :Starke. I .1 roo I Key. West.: in the (County of 'idison( ,for.n! Senuba: ii o s I

A broad, rich realm by man untamed, 1'uilrr-1. A. Bumps, Gainesville.J'eecirer .I, ('I/"f
Our very own, yet nil unclaimed. -John 1''. Hollins, Oail1l'! \%
Out from life's daily jar and fret .'urtrynr-(]l'lIrrtll-iJ.) Ball, Tallahassee.MSTKtcT Collirtor of Hnrniii'-Alfred I D. Cone, Lake X \!
It shines, in tranquil borders set ; Butler. J. Baker, Fenian- :Senator: for the term firstfuesdnvafter : ; : : .,
Upon its shores' earths' burdens fall, I ( COURT. ,\'"/><'riiit'it;
And fancy takes' the rein o'er nil. /Itl1r'-Thollla! Settle, Jacksonville.Mnrthnl :Starkc.: -C. W. Maxwell( Fl'1'I1aJlllin'a.8rriU'1't'tI'r the first Monday[
-J. II. Durkct1, Jacksonville.Clerk : KUEVAUI: ctxtY' / ;( Cone Fcrnandina.<< : i KT s : ; the .. :..' .JIII .
Dark, closed the day; the t twilight chill -1'Philip Jacksonville.1XTKISXAL the ('oUIIIof Duval, constituting
Atftftor. II. ( Fernandinu.
In deeper gloom wrapped field and bill Cimnty, ,f"IIf-\[ ,1. Whitloek, City Point. 'if7ir.rt'8-'III Garland Eighteenth :Senatorial: District, lor a :Senatorto ; : ,
; : : I1KVKXUK: iHrrk the' !
A. A Tiliisville.Armr
Stewart, occasioned, by resi.-
The wind howled loud and hoarse 1 to till the'I'all\ ( :
And shook the walls' with force Collator-Dennis l:n all, Jacksonville.! I of THJCX-J./ I n. Stewart, Titusville.IWfitornf l iHrrtor of llrrenute-Marren( p, Scott, Fcr- nation of lion J. H. D rkee; who was) I
savage ;
The air with snow and l h'l't'II;! piled, rol.MXTOUS.: OF CUSTOMS.John I ttrvennp, -V. M. Platt.l.ikc ./essap .- nandimv.Sitjicrintcinlent. elected, Senator for the term of four year; -1 I
of,Sd"uls-\r. Mahoney( ,
( lues-
t For winter fury gathered wild. "". Howell, Fernandimi.Kdward Orange County.nn'rinti'iiilctit (Cal Lilian. the h'lI'ral} Eh'dionlll'l,1, on the tint I

Spent with his wrath, I stole away Hopkins! Jacksonville: ''' Lake View."'" .;VlOOl5.Ilextuulcr'I'indall flRANUK COUNTY. ,lay after the first! Monday( of November, A.

To greet a brighter kindlier day. John 1<', ]House, St.: Augustine! I), i$7K;
m J, M. Currie Cedar Kl' ". TAV COrXTV.County Cuvnty Jvilji-U. L Summerlin:: Orlando. in the Counties of Taylor 1 and 1 Lafayette' '
Oh, soft upon that diitont coast' Clerk-3. P. Hughey, Orlando. the Twelfth Senatorial: District, i

The flashing waters' leaped and tossed! ; Jnilif'i( \\. peeler, (Jrecn Cove Shrrlff Thomas\ "', Shine, Fort livid: constituting f for a Senator' to till the vacancy: occasioned

The, white wails: filled, with halcyon air ; Stale OIIIcer.N.K.XKCTTlVB Springs.Cti'rk: .\, (Jrcen Cove Aiscimor of Tnfcs-John C. Bryson, Haw by the death of Hon. K.: M. McAuk-y.( who
Green were the woods hung pictured 1 there; : : DEPAUTMKXT. kimt'!vide\ was elected Senator for the! term ot four
Strange fruitage there the pun doth kiss Springs. Collector of llcveitue-Nat. Poyntz, Orlando 11\,1011\ time
; General Klection:
; Drew at the (; .
ircen Cove
( r/i6)---jleorgo( F. Tallahassee.lycfiilrnt S/I'rijr-JilllIl'ot DeWitt years
in those airs rife with bliss jor { : of November
Lapt Otis ; Suiteriiitvndeitt of .elllfflls-John T.lJel'ks. list TIIl' lta\' alter the first! :Monday(
Its subtle wine j>,fo leaf' unn/r- \\ I U. Barnes; Springs.AfscMnr. ? :
stirred Fort Held.
my pulses A. 'J 1). 1H7! ,
T Win. ;
Tallahassee.ffecrctary: of Like rythinic music!! faintly,heard, TAYLOR COUNTY.CotinfiiJitilrjc In the ( of Hill hroul2l:! constitttting : !
of Mate-\\ D.) Bloxham, Tallalassce. \ Collector of Hwi'iiiie-Win. S. Pluinmer, County :
-1). N. Cox, Perry.Slirriff" the Thirtieth :Senatorial: District, fur a
On sunny slopes! thick set with gloom I :Maxville.SiiiHrhitetnlcHt( .
The senses thrill with strange perfume ; (bmpfreler-'olumlms Irev'fallalta55cc.1'rratn'rrValter ) \ : ; of 8rtoolsF( O(' j.rl'r, ( :-Thomas: Mecn! ferry Senator to till the' vacancy occasioned! hy l> the
rirrk-Mm M.( Faulker, Perry.Sujicrlntenilent of Hon. J..'1'. Leslie' who was
More( yiyid I, :yet inori; frail those flowers: n\\' 'IUI, Tallahassee.Att'irnrydcmrcil Middleburg.( resignation!
I ii'. That hn'yjblo\vn} in mortal bowers ; (!eorge P. Pamiey,5Taliilias.'ee. eOI.t' :S 1 111.'OI'STY.. of SrllOtlE.:. \'nllll, Perry. elected! Senator:> for the term of four years' at
nod bend th" "' I\w.\ t. County" T'rt.OIIIWS.] Sutton, Perry. the (literal Klection held on the first lues- ,
m They :they \ ; they move; : CountJiulijc. M.( I vcs, Jr., Lake City. A,
They mimic human\ strife and love ; Com winner of Land*-Hugh\ : A. Corlcy, ('lak-Johl1 Vin/ant, Jr.I Lake (City.til (uiilr/rcoper-1), / N. Cox, Perry.Collector day after the first Monday of u.

As all things 'neath those far-oil' skies Tallahassee.Siijicriiitcnilcnt!
})I) gayly mock our earthly eyes of 1'ttlHc Iuslratwn-\\; of TuacsL.V.. Buyers: \ Lake Perry. And in each of Election \'l' ', "
Inisley I ( Tallahassee, I.1Ij"lalll.Uf'IIcralJ Aiituiwtr; of Tn.rcji-Win. II. l'al'kl'r.I\'rQ'. the State a General for its l'opsh.tU' ,'. '
t [Freed fl"l)1Iall trouble; jmin and care, i. Dickisoii Talla- City JOIIS'tC'OltST '. tional number of members\ of the ; :
J. ) ST. \
Our heart burst into blossoms: there ; I Collector/ of TU0Thou.V. (Gazer, Lake to wit: '
Assembly, ;
uissce.Uuminiftiiiucr. City. County Jinljc M.( U. Cooper, St. Augus
Tongues are unloosed ; the Diet's tire Kseambia three
county i
Scth ;
(!( lam nliyraGnt-Ir ffujicrinlciutriit, of Sc/tools-JuliusPotsdauter 1 I tine.
Burns in each breast with new desire; Santa Rosa l'uuliltwo. ; t
'1' On wondrous harmonies of song French, Jacksonville.SITPRF.ME. Luke City. Clerk Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine! two
The golden hours are borne along, OOtKT. I HUVAL; ('(CSTY.C'ornmhludycVilliautA.fchean. Sheriff, A. N. Pucctti. St. Augustine. county ; .J r ,
Holmes one ;
Till !'olllunli sense" transfused, seem one, I'/iirf Jutfc! -K.: M. R\llIlall..Jlwk8011\'ilIl'. ( ..Jacksonville' AacKfor of T"t.rcx David) I., fhutham) Rt.lIllno1 Washington! county county;one; 'i,

In new-made forms of life begun. \\cstcottjr.'ralhthas- :. .\ : inc'.
IdrurnteJpgke-J. s sLJrdtWIeJnafi'e1t Franklin county one;
lfll ', Clerk Thomas 1 K. Bu'k Jacksonville.Sheriff (hllCt'tor.of Ilrrciice-Joseph F. Llambias! ,
I I-+Dvnl 1L J:, GQ a' __ B. Van Valkcnburg, : Uriah Itowdcn, .Jul'k ol1vi1lc. St. Augustine.SnjierinteHdcnt.
: : ; : Jackson! county three;
) THE im'ts -AXI> THEIR TKU- Jacksonville.1 Axetor of Tuxct-Daniel 1'. Smith. Jack of School/*-Thomas A. Pa- Liberty county one; .6..... ,.-..a.t. .

Clerk-(1.11.' Foster, Tallahassee.011HT1T sonville. cetti, :St. Augustine.SUMTER. Waknlla county one; ,

2'LES.Xear JUlHJfS.Firft : Collector of Jct'clllIc-Ih'nrv .\. L'Knglc, COl'XTY.' (Gadsden county three; ,.
the town of Canine, in Brittany, Jacksonville.. I ;.
S.Cassldy, Leesburg." Leon four
County .lwlg&-1 Henry county ;
Crircvit-Aagilstns, \ Maxwell: ( Pen- I
France. is J an extensive plain several miles .';Ijcrilltt'llrlclltlj'SdlOnl.lh'rt, .J. Hu Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.Sherijf Jefferson county four; .(
wide, with a flat and barren surface. It i is sacola. sell Jacksonville ; -J. ) Madison( three
'XccwCircnil-David S, Walker Tallahassee. ( Dyches! county ; ,
the last'place in the world a tourist would
Hutchinson I
MILTON COUNTY.County of 1irJ''II-Jo"l'ph Taylor county one; .
t'tl'ahout visitinc, if he were simply traveling : 1
Third[ Cirr"itR.T.'null., Miulison.FwrthCircuit Jndi/e; -Henry[ J. Stewart' JU"l'l'r.CI'.l.Jobl'rt Leesburg. Hamilton county two;
eautiful winter
in search of)> objects. In
i the! coldest winds blow over it with force, -U. Archibald! Jacksonville. : S. :Stewart: Jasper.! Collector of 1"II/1-.John, Dyches, Suwannee county two; \
James M.( Duncan Leesburg.! Lafayette county one;
Sheriff Jasper.Afefur
and in summer it I is unprotected by trees or
Sujicrintenilrnt of School*-II. H. Duncan 1 Columbia county three;
shrubbery from the scorching shafts of the F\fth\ Circuit-James B. )Dawkins, Oaines-' of TrJ't'II-.1. T. Cooper, Ancrum.Collector
Lake (Irillin. Aluchiia county'four
ville. of Jt'I'/II/C-J. 1'. B. Soodbreiid( : ;
sun. But it is not wholly
I that we shall make a short visit to Firth CirrlCit-H. L. aitehcll'rumiqa: Benton, Col'umbi.i, ('ount\'. SCWAXNEE COUNTY.County Levy county two;

it.propose .-1'/10. (irr"it-\ Archer l'nekl'allor,1.:: I l-injiefiiitenilent of! Mtimln:""' Joshua( H. Hob- Jmlyc Michael( .\. Clouts, Live Bradford county two;
(Clay county one;
"'c will !suppose then, that you and I are l'1'1IIrrUIII.. Oak. Baker county one 1 ,
stopping. at one of the quiet taverns in Car- Court Calpudiir.T1HRP iir.isxXIMI rorxTV. Clerk-Itobert: A. Iteid. Live Oak. Nassau two;

nac, and have wandered toward the plain CIRCUIT.K. ( Muttluyo' / -\\'. L. Frierson, Brooks- fthrrjf. 3n\\n\\ I H. Sessions, Live Oak. Duval) county county four;;
for walk.. Just outside of the town a bit *Arenr //ll1ir.l'a-\\. Sessions'el> -
:. J. Vann, JudgeVni; B. Taylor, State's vine.rri born =St. Johns' county two;
of n hill rises high) enough to show us the '-J. C. Law Brooksville.Mrri Volusia county' one;
surrounding country.I TI'f/lt- /-3. B. Mickler, Brooksville.AfKeniorof Collector of llffeiiue-Robert F. Allison. Orange county: two; !

( There are few houses:: or treyot the;plain; 2d: rol1t1aIn April.ldadison Tnj-eii-\\'. M. (Sarrson, Brooks Live Oak.Siiiieriiitenilent) Puinallll'o\llll two; t
Taylor, of /1),1-.1. O.( e, Jones \
but it is divided inIIHl'\'l'mll1\'l'lIut'S by long ,
Marion( two i
( 3d 1 Monday( in \1'ril. ;
rows of unhewn upright !stones, which, afar -* Hamilton, Ith Monday( in April.Suwannee \ 0.111'1,1"r* IlrrrnrI'I.I. Townscml, Live Oak. Sumter county two;
as the eye can: see, are arranged: almost! ltrooksvillenprriillrtulult'rhoal8lr.. VOI.USIV COUXTY.County Hcrnamlo two
1st :Monday( after 4th Monday[ county ;
perfect! order! like an army prepared for bat in \ ) S. :Stringer:t .//ldL'10': I'l"1. I. IJiPeiiotien-- Ilillshoruugh county two;
tie. There are over a thousand of them, April.Columbia Bra' ksVille.\ terprise. Polk one
:2d! Monday: after! Ith Mondayin ( county ;
and they, stretch across the country from east (Ult-rl.--.Ioll11. Diekins, Knterprise.Sheriff Manatee( satiny one;
April. llll.l.sllolloriil (''r 1TY.
to west for over seven miles. The largest are Ith Monday in \\A.I'i n'. Knterprisc.Arr Dade county one
Lafavctte Monday( after { ;
feet high and the smallest ten nlllllr"I"rH.H. L. Prate'rutupa.Clrrk1111. .. Tiu-e Itichnnlson
twenty-two: .l 1. r of *-I'eiij.iiiiin Brevard county one;
feet. .\ few have fallen, and others have pri C, Brown, Tampa.ij i'llll'Trl": | : Monroe( (county two.

I been ('arh'lll\way ; but originally they wcrt'pltLl'c.l Fall Taylor TI'fI/l-:2 \ (ontaIn! October.! s ''',,' )-D. Isaac Craft Tampa.mor Collector of(/ 1.1'1'I'IIII-Johll B. Jordan DeSnjicriuteiidiHt And on the same day there will bu held
( II( i. (Leslie .
at distances. $ ufrrrsL. Tampa.Collector
apart regular : 1 vol. General
the Klection
Madison, ltd! Monday in October. in each county of State a ,
When you come nearer to them you will Hamilton! 4th Monday in October.Suwannee of( J"I'I'IIIIe--\\. I'. Jluris, Tampa.finjM'rlntenilcnt of Schools--James H. Chandler for Constables! !<, each county being allowed ;
Xctioolx, H.[ I..
t see signs of them. They are of ramie Knterprise.WAKULI.A.
many age upon Monday after Ith Mondayin ( and entitled to one Constable! fur ,
., seamed, mossy and battered How old l do October. Tampa. COUNTY.Ciint'iJn every two hundred registered voters! in the ,fr.::.L

you guess they are? Nobody is quite "sure' JEFFERSON.Conntii county Provided, however' that no county .. U.-,
Columbia: Monday( after Ith Monday the wisest of the historians but Monticello.( : :
not even : October. JuIgr.1Vhitner, Walker l'rawfurdville.rrkSat. shall base' more than twelve (Constables; yet

we may safely! say that they have held their 1, tt'tyctte! :Monday: after Ith :Monday( ''''niW: Z. \Bailey" :Monticello.( Shcrll-U'.1L(}' Walker.,, Crawfordville.Sn : that each county shall be entitled to at ]least: !)fI

l'rl''l'ntHl'' ! years. For over eighteen hundred years of .8c1wII1-.J B. Christie, registered(' .
FOURTH; ( !lilt Lit.It. Crawfordville.
they have clung to the. ground\ and :Monticello.County\ .
meagre WIIEREVS: the Legislature of the State of
l> Crawford
withstood tho combined assaults of time and B. Archibald, Judge; Samuel Y. Finlcy, Treasurer-\\'. A. W. :Simmons: 'iiHitt'i Trr.txnrcr-\V1. 1l\'ul. Florida of A. 1)). I.s77. did determine by a

storm while generation after generation of State's Attorney.ffjiriny Mouticcllu.( : ville. 1r'I'I'/lr-\r., I Walker, Craw vote of a majority I of all the members elected I
the living has! 'passed away. Term- Collector of Iltaeuue-.lu" -cplt Palmer, )'t'nticello. ( 0"1'or. to each of the houses thereof that it is necessary -
How did they come, there? The simple, St. Johns :kl Tuesday March( fordville.Aforof
to cause a revision of the entireConstitution
credulous:i people III'old., to whom all fairy "lay', 4th Tuesday 11I'\urdl.: ( A.f..iSIII.f. 7iJ.-J. I' irantham, Mjnticell. ( Ttues-Geo. I" Register, Crawfordille. 1 ul'lIuil State, and did enter

stories were the truest histories! ,believed that Bradford 1st" Tuesday in April. \... such determination i upon their respective'juuruals !
them and them but Baker, Tuesday in .\ 'ril.Nassau '.
giants brought planted ; I.AF\YETTK t'ol'S'fCU'IIt'l \ with the and thereon e
yeas nays !
31 1 Tuesday. in April. .\( ertlserueadK.lTOTICI. .
know better than that. Legal
we and did refer the the'LegisIuturethen
New to
Duval 3d Tuesday'in : ( .!" .'/('-W. J. Hi XliII. Troy.Sheriff" same :
They,were created by ordinary: men, and May. J, J. hnsun, New Troy.Clerk -- -- next to be chosen\ ; and whereas! the j

you may imagine how much labor the work Full Ttrm- -Howell Hawkins, New Troy.Sjierintcmlrnt OF iijtcTio.\: : : Legislature. of said :State> then next chosen,
St. John's : in September.
cost! at time when there were no carts or Tuesday: of Schools-J. ('. llainsey, New to wit: the Legislature of A, I D. l lust, did I, bya

Whl'l'lbarro\\JIII1I1'h, less railroads or maslive Clay Bradford.4th Tuesday 1st in :September.in October Tn v. Tu nil/ /mill: nini/iilar tIt'"i.ff' nf the State if natjurityIt'atI the members elected tocuch

I cranes. Years, perhaps centuries, w'rcfI'clIl'ic..I Tuesday in\ d1l1l1Tn'fflJllft'rJ.! J. Painter New Troy.Collector Floritl'i : house> thereof, agree to such proposed revision : -
and, to the builders the undertaking Baker, :Tuesday October. of. AVrcMiuv-Newton :Sapp,, New Kxow YE, that I, W. D. BLOXHAM>('- ; and whereas, the [Legislature of 1M7U did,
; must have seemed as stupendous: ns the Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Tn.y.Art. rotary of :State: of the State of Florida do by resolution duly passedrlco11uncndtotimeeltcturs

erection of the. East River bridge: seems to Duval, 3d Tuesday in November.FIFTH r of Tnjfc/-".. ,,'. Cottrcll, NewTroy. hereby notify all amid singular the Sheriffs of of the next election for the 1l'lIIbl'I' t,

CIRCUIT. the ,several Counties of the State of Florida, of the Legislature to vote for. or against

us.Similar stones" are found at other places James D. Dawkins, JudgeV; ; A. Mocker, I.EOX i-orxTY. that Convention, and did therein provide and direct I-

Brittany ; but the most famous collection is Solicitor. '1'allahassce.Sheri .\ General Election that the Secretary of :State: should im-or-
County Jiulfie II. C. I Uipl>
on a plain near the town of Salisbury, in ,r/n'i/q// TrrmSumter i =.\. Moseley'i'al( ) aha!>"l'l'. l>orate, with the notice of the General Klec

Kngland.: This is called Stonehedge, and :-M Monday! jn March.Marion 17.1-*-O. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.SnjierinteHdcnt ) : Will he held in each County in Florida, lion to be held in the year 18h), a notice of
consists of one hundred and forty stones, the \ :3d Monday in March.( ( !t'II1'Fl'l kd. such recommendation, with proper instructions
/ smallest of which weighs ten tons and the .llachna,1st Monday after 4th Monday in Tallahassee, '1Sdrn'/I-1 ONTUKSDAY NKXT SUl'CE111)INGTllll U to the mode of compliance with S'. u
tons. The remains of
largest menand
seventy March.Levy& Tallahassee.Collector MONDAY IX NOVKM-: such recommendation; tt
1iwr..IIcr-J. L. Deiiiilly. FIRST:
animals have aNo )been found In'UII' vicinity :3d Monday after lilt Monday' in AW.. therefore, notice of such la
Ilrrcue-1'. 1'. Pcarce Talla T'I'01ICI1- .
and these have given the antiquarians ::(a rdl. hassee.Afor. of Him A. 1>. 1 isw:!) ation N hereby given and the following instructions .

a duo to the objects for which the stones Putnam 1st 1'111,11ul'r: 1st Monday( in are hereby given to the mode '
were raised of T iJre#-It. .\. Shine, Tallahassee. The slid Tuesday being: the second day ofsaid I"
March. of I compliance with "such recommendation:
Nothlp! )positive. is known! about them full Term \ see. November, \ 1st. Any elector desiring to vote at such
bill )i i'U\I)'| *tltattheVmark'thetem-; Sunder, 4th Monday in October. ". ." C-orXTY. For Governor and Lieutenant Governorof ('Il'rlhl in favor of such ( !shall

l'JIIt.nfthe Tntith, a religious order whichossessed Marion( 1st Monday'aflcr lilt Monday In ell/llltyT"r/t'-"'. H. Sebring, .Bronson; the State of Florida, anti for Four Elec. have written or printed on t 'ul\'ltlvll.same ballot

'' great power in France amid Kng- October.Alachua. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson.Sheriff tor. of President Vice-President of timeS \\hiohthenamesof the person or ( .

und during the century before and the century :M Monday( after 4th Monday! in ( .\\". 1). Finlayson. Bronson. t'nitlil'1tatt's:: : ; \of'llli'r for. any olHce or offices tit said persons elec r

after the coming \of> Christ.t Thl'tlh- October. Aeifir of Ttise*-J. M. Willis. Bronson.! For one Representative: : of the First t Congressional arc or printed, und on the same.

,; taiiu'd I a complete JlH"ll'rU'l'r the ignorant Levy, 1st Monday( utter lilt Monday in Collector of lN't'ltltt'-Juhn( 1'. McJrcw' )District of )Florida in the Fortyseventh side thereof as such written or

and superstitious! lK'llplo9hen occupying" November.: Bronson.Sufierfnteudftit. Congress of the Cuited States; printed, and not on Illl'tre' side, the words

those countries by the practice of mysterious Putnam, :2d Tuesday) after lt Monday in o.ovwJu:<. F.) Shands, For one Representative: of the Second .For a Convention ; and any elector desiring -

; t' arts: which were often very cruel. They December. Bronson.: Congressional" District of Florida in the to vote against: such a ,

t professed to know the hidden nature of SEVENTH:: : CIRCUIT. )( \I\J..o X OifSTV.' Forty-seventh {.'vmg; ess of the United States have written or printed on l'oll\elltiol such rhal,
things and the forms and movements of the Madi- And 1 on the same day a General: Election Ul
; Williaiii Archer. (Cx-ke Judge St.t Glair- lbanlyJudye-R. MVitherINann, the side thereof above prescribed, the words
'! ; : t u. .AvLsfe iiil the children tin Uli.lrilluuY) : / \.rql1.: tafes] | J 'J: ,"ht'fiff-T. II. Willard. Madison.llcrk In the County of Kscainhia for Senator NOTE.-Nothing herein is intended to

school, and the simplest tricks: of a h"otlll! Spilll TrrutVolusia --John M. BiVK; : :MadisonIfuftfriiitemlent ( from the First$;vnatoriul District ; any elector who may desire to vote prevent for
modern t'mjurerVOU\t! surpass their most 1st :Monday( in May.( of 'hJuug. S. Truer, la the ('uuntv Jackson for a f Senator: or

wonderful ones. They were astrologers and Brevanl :L'd :Monday! in May Madison.JotiHty. from the Third Senatorial District ; to against vote for a Cnn'uton.lJut may not intend from a

herb doctors as well as priests and historU- Orange, 3d Monday in May. ( Trenturer-S. S. Smith, Madison In the. Viuntku of Calhoun and Franklinfor voting on the Convention loon UIofcI, no

are, and they attributed a sacred characterto Dade :Monday: in June. Collector of flerruiteM.. Warring, Mad Senator:> from the Fifth :Senatorial: District elector 1 is to be Ilrlitl\qu vote than
Fall TermVolusia lore

Human many plants.sacrifice formed one of the most -, Monday: in November.Brevurd ison.Attetwr of T
of that vie.; :2 I'l MondayinNovcmoer. from the Seventh Senatorial
terrible features: + religion.r The ison. fora Senator tion. one ballot should be
tires were usually criminals or prisoners of Orange :3d Monday in November. MiNATFK tXl'XTY. District ; from Onl' at such election. rf'\vC1

war ; but when there were none of these Dade, :il MOI\llaf'llI December In the County of Jefferson for a Senator id! The votes atom this
Cuuuty Judge-E. M. Graham, anatce.Clt'rlRolM..rt '1Ul'stion shall
innocent nnotrcnding pereojis! were often from the Ninth"Senatorial District ; IK
canvassed and'declarations
S. (lritfth. )Iallah'(.'. and return
Kicriflced. County {Olllrrr. Pine Lewi.A In the County of Hamilton for Senator be bv the Insj> and
Sheriff( Win.- C.: Ilaynian, from KleventU Senatorial District thpreChaU ma.lt ; ectors. ,
\L.ClH'C'OU'ST\. <' uet-"'lu. F. 'I'arrulrl Parrish. thq ; tunty \ llg loan and the State
I DO NOT doubt the discriminating! justice! ssortof'Tr* .", Mf. / In the County Alachua for a Senator Canvassing Board, in manner and
> aiul their, capacity for fntelHgeftl County Jud jf -3un\uii C. Gardner, CiainesClerk from the Thirteeq Senatorial PUtric| ;' times sl(
of .
rfhei !Ypl? Collector of &.ctue--Marion n!, Carlton, lt same as votes cast for ]>erson
,vIII.. J 1 Ir t In the County of Bradford for a Senatojfrom p
' -J. A' O Carlisle, GaiteavilIe.SherijrJulut the Fifteenth Senatorial\ District T'uirel
of 'the Democratic ticket, S'hOl"t'dlx J. Servant ; law canvassed, declared and .
Turner, Gainesville.Auetmr In the : of Putnam for Senator
County ; a
would bury beyond resurrection: The attention
Its Buccttw of SheritE* is culled to the '
the sectional jealousies and hatreds which of T ville.\ I'Illlljteel. re.. 11t.tRlt from the Seventeenth Senatorial District ; law requiring them to noticeof

have HO long I lieen thy chief stock in trade of1'estlferous : Cullt'clufof Rt't'.muc'-H.l'. Thmua.1liaimoz- :- OH'XTY.Judiie In themnt1 of Marion for a Senator election to be published.US in I sid
dHnArfopife/'and m !n no' other ville. i .. > tStifKrintfiidrnt CIIU/lt/! -J. M. Mclntosh: Vara. from the Nineteenth Senatorial District ; printed in the if a newspaper

way can this be tit) t-tfei'tually accomplished of School*-O. A. Myers, CkI-II.. Lung Ocala. In the Counties of Dade ami IIrc'anfvr the county ; and county if there, thE!L a paper pub in-
Gainesville.! .SAeriff-l'.1).1'ons.er, \t-ala. Senator from the Twenty-tint Senatorial b
Jt would restore harmony and good fl lillg1Jetw'f1 a the least
all the sections and make us in fact BtKKK ('\)(' TV. .AjH+Iwrlf Kurt-Thomas Marco,, cutFuqVlanf. District j j l"hC\ln. of -the.hIUcause at
be in the
Sumter" lof' & "ator t
of to
In the roahty
UK well an in name one jn-ople. The only + /bobdyJlalrJn0,11.1lerntlonSn(1erseul.! HUM public in the .
places county.Is
( UC'rlur of J'f''HUl'f.lt'ril' N. Jr'oy, from the Twellt '.tll nl Senatorial District
rlvalrytlien would be in the race for the t.'krtJ.. Pons l. I\Jl'rSOIl. ; Lave here-
of JIIatl"rlall'rllll'rJt '. the tie- Sherif_J. l' Williams Sanderson.: Ocala.Stiifrtnleudtnt. In the County of Walton for Senator TDTJ3o"utElu'l
development set and have hereunto
r, ration of labor, the enlargement of human ..tatHof Ttut'ti.: i. R.person, $amt of .kkuub-II. 1'. Martin, from the Twenty-fifth Senatorial\ District : my Great Seal of the'
Fort McCoy. In th Counties of l'ulk and Manatee for atxthe
rights., the iiromoHun of 'tIUl'utioulUorolUh'J deixin.lltt1uf, j State at Tallahassee.L. .
Ami all that would (\ JN't'HIlUdlU'l1 ; MONROE t'UI Tt.lwtty a Senator from the Twenty-seventh Senatorial 'lur
'order of
c religion liberty, KvnneUy [ .] the Capital, thi the fourth day ol
tend tu make iw the foremost nation of the Darbyville. '( Jut. District : A. .
earth in the grtt"4 march of human pas: Sii frHteiukiitvfSeh<*ilt.sl.t"ifm'lt In the ('OUllt) of Volusia: for a Senator \ugt.W. D. lS"ULOX1IAM.

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'THE lt'LOl I1)2k1IIIl OR : OCTOUUU (ao.i .


"DHY) : .IOlHTl.rnI1., t I years ag". !had experimented\ \ with tea cltl-\\ hln.1holll.l: } follow iln11ll'liall'lIJI'hhd' f rim
GOODS AT' !NEW; YOlUv P1UCES hoe and) crierthe 1 ,,
ture, and had set out a number tea: plants.\ tlroppt'rwith\ MI" ; amstem
I I lie ( ml Ir. Jackson, ) stated" that, though the"e I up lo within two to three Inches AT Till: lM l-ri\lt DKV oons; N IIOt'SI: Ol1rr. I'll\\rtTUv 1it' txv-'t :successful I raider of I, plant had, \been much neglected. for, sometime or tap, making: no allowame for learnt" "
)poultry' )gi\es us a taat'nrulerlurCOnthut- he was greatly. pleased with their general :: plant.!:% I IrIIlIIII1I'C': is to 1 tie usedulmnd. l "lioulil,
ing the business, a- follows\ : : condition, and hl'l'anl'ati"l! Ii l'.1 that he I follow the ,dropper ahead: of hoe with; basket
: 1. Coil"met' \ your house good' and warm, ; ('0111.11':11'\\' out I I his ideas I successfully. So hoimmediately in hand: \ and: lII:1t11lrC'tlirowlI: intmrdiat"It,
.r I. "EJ.: & Ei YDID.:4--: I so a* to avoid damp\ floors, uiil ; all'onl, Hood\ i' : put the ,place. in order\ \procured on, the roots and then the hoe must mvcr :ii1!
of sunlight. :Sunlight; Is better than medicine. twenty-three thousand plants from\ but two to three-inches of the top hud, Thi1-

--- I the lI rit'lIlllirllllll'l'arlll\\'nt, and is now so manure: will stimulate: the plant nt oiiei" :and.
:.. J, "_, Provide a dinting and l scratching; place. confident of :success that he has one hundred heing "o far down in the water furrow ssnever '
1)RG001)S, CLO'l'IIIXG I BOOTS AND SHOES, ahcreyau! can bury wheat and corn, and and sixty-live thousand plants under lose iu. moisture: or burn the-plmun\
thus in'duce the fowls to take needful. exer cultivation\ aiid; is 1'1'11,1tn, incest his means At each joint of the plant (if it issivt.imhes :. ,-,

I XO'I'IOXSxn I'AXi'Y iiOOltS. cise. still more extensively in the !lalll'lir'dinll! long> will put out iu live days mini)
a. 1'roviilo yourself: with some ,good, healthy On the occasion in' question a lengthy report hers. of horizontal' : roots up to the'topinn-t
JlE LARGEST:( \::; AND) 1101'1'O'K\::' :; To SELECT::]: : FImrT:() l'IIl'EWIW'f: ::\ \ chickens'none! to he over three or four from\ :\\11'. Jackson was read: in which 'joint. This )giu's. HIP tender\ plant not only
.[ (CANNOT: liE l'XIII'U-ULD.: :: years old. giving one rock to every twelve lie expressed: the \belief that there would ,\beno the henelltof its. hottom roots! but ro"l1'\

Large shipments: of 1\ 1.1.XU 11'ITIRIOOUS: received. weekly.j2tf" liens!I. trouble In raising tea \in Georgia on I the every joint, and the result is that the original t
4. (II Jive plenty of Ircsh air Rt nil times of score of labor and. that the climate was !sat : root l lacing) deep' down in the ground, and
f :, Wholesale ami, Kctnil. Orders) : by mail n'l'l'inprolllpt 1 attention.: the year, especially: \ ; in :summer. i..fadllr1If' said. that if American: capitalists \ the \tender body, or stalk of the Mcndcrplantis \ :

New York Office J f '.' *--t\t\ I XI''or: (Centre and'i Third, 5.Jive(; plenty of fresh water daily, and did not soon take the question( of lea protected by: earth: from I the sun until ouch

r. ,.i t. _._. :'is. Walker. Street._ {(t"L .l j} .__ __ Fernandina,____,__Fla h never allow the"fowls to go thirsty.li. : culture in hand, English: capital would not joint !<1'1II"IlIlIt, its roots., thereby giving: the
;I. Feed them systematically! : t"'oor three be long in seeking investment in the tea: plant: \'il-toroll"lItnrt ; although: it maybe a
times' a day, and.! flatter the food so they soils: of the United States. Samples\ of his fool' long and not larger: than broom strawit -
SAN 130 UN & HOYT eau't eat too fast, or without they\ \, exercise. leas were sent some' time ago to the firm ot will form n stalk as large as one thumb
tJ Do. not 1"'l'llnllY more than: I will eat up\ Thomas llrothcrs.: tea merchants Mincing:\\ ), I and( commence to bloom and hear at once

;: SECOND: STREET: NEAR CENTRE:, clean, or they will get lil'l'.lof that kind ot 1 Line, London, to be examined. In its rl'i i because lias; the age and a full supply\ of
: feed. ply, the English firm !said : "The samples,! roots with the old stem, protected from inn
W110I.KSAI.K: : ASH:; KF.TAII.caiocEiis 7. (She them !a \'aridhoth of dry told represent: teas of a high: type.\ The Mayor, nn.ll'ot.LlIollt.l. :; the tops' he bitten oil' with
.t"::' nuked food I ; mixture ,;Cllllkl..IIIH'll; and though:: not :strong, is remarkably fragrant frost after being! planted in this way, the
a SHIP CIIAXDLEIIS: vegetables) : is an excellent I thing( for their In uppenr0uv'the samples l'c'cc'lIIhlc'III.liall plant will put out n bold, vigorous\ "sprout
1 morning i meal. tea but. the flavor\ is more like (that of the from the next: underthegrouud.! Awa\
$. '" AXI> DEAt.KKS: IX whole grain at night, except a little 1 wheat of India." back-breaking, pinching and squeezing !tender

:' or cracked corn placed in the scratching That tea can he successfully produced in plants. Its, a wonder I to me that some of
**_ ar" an *' __if' *_ _*" "'r tit
; place: during t the day Georgia( t therefore i is very evident, not only\' these poor fellows. brains: don't change ends.
r IIAY]I I ('OltOATS I I I I BRICK I Lli)11: I KTCJ. I III !It Aliove' all thinir+ keep the hcu-housi! from the result of :'oIl': Jackson's experiments \ slooping\ so touch I would !shoot a man If 1 lcaught

*' '*" *, -- ') Do) not crowd too many in one house I Ht'I'C\'l'lIlIllIl :'oIl'. William Hughes Imvi! my tomato plants.I Cultivate well, hoe and
0'A --- If you do, look out for disease. both, cultivated the plant in Liberty countj plow; every ten to twenty days. Cultivate iw"
11. Use carholic powder in dusting hinsoccasionally satisfactorily to thciusclu' :Mr. Jackson i is you would\ cotton. IArylayperft'ctlycleanamid
LAUGK: STOCK OF }'lmrn: ; HE AIAVAYS/\ ON HANI. to (Il''trlic'p., now in Charleston, where he has gone to work as Into a.s: possible., Gathernttheproper(

2-10-ly._ _ __.___ ____ 1 WaslI", your roosts' and hottom of lay meet Commissioner LeDuc] and, in u fit stage. Assort, wrai> fad pack: well and. close
ing nests" with whitewash once a week in days, these< gentlemen will return to (Utis, nnd, every lime shj!\> to good, men\ with orders

NURSERIES. summer! and once a month \in winter. city 1 and, proceed directly to the! tea field I cf, lo sell qn arrival, and if they fail) to

ARLINGTON TIIK: Hon.[ -lion. Kohert \\'. Scott, of Kentucky ;: 11[Jackson: : i, whose success has been so verjencouraging. obey. and act promptly and make prompt! re-
"1 writes that the hogs of our country : :. We are glad that thecommis-. turnstry another good house: nt once.--/'.
andsexerting i... M. OHrcr. i in (hlim'srillc.Smot.110USIIiOL1) .
stay"bc' generally divided into two classes: : sinner i is so enthusiastic in the matter,

, First: t, those with 11 somewh.it large proportion himself to J give:: it a thorough\ test
TIO1'I.tL' stud II.'I'nOI-J\I., FRUIT THIIH: : ROSES: i>K<:'ii). of hone, hodies well covered with hair,, When 'it is remembered that: as he says, : KXOWLEIH3E.COOKIKS .

active in habit and restless in character: ;, $::2,00! (
\ OI'S .' IVKK ;KIIN smains and FLOWKKIXU PI.AXTS. capacity to take on fat when mature, and a foreign!: h'a1'l'ry year, limo importance, othis ( WiTiiorr U\IIC.-OIlC: cup of sugar
ho overestimated.
of inai'lt'f.lt, when of loaf: arc' subject cannot
large proportion' '' of cold
of butler
which i* half n cup one cup
i -- age and. idly I fed ; erect ears, and quick in opens u field for future working water I teaspoonsful cream of tartar, one
II,1, III' most: t encouraging, and which, if successful! ,
,motion, and not ra..i1flli ; Capable' ;
i, ,: XF.WAXii: CHOICE VARIETIES lltuldod Orange Tress :\1.111A) : SPECIALTY, finding their food mud watcu either in tin' will prove a mine of wealth to our state, of .saleratus, !spice to yourtitste t Hour enoughto
in form like.
roll out thin cut
of cultunin any you
We shall watch t1ll'prllgl'l'1I
range: or in large pastures' and Held, and :
: needing little or no protection from theweather. (Georgia: with the liveliest 1 illtt'ret.'t.l'flU1II1 : Duoi') CAKK.: -line of butler, two cups

'l\tIlIO/U--- The common or 'cruh hog is: the' AViw.COTTOX of sugar, three eggs: ,cUll cups\ of Hour, one
\ j: if! Send for 1 Descriptive ( / extreme of this type ; while the! Yorkshire,, cup of milk, one teaspoonful! of soda: one
AMIKIIT: I. IIIIMVKM, the SVohurn, the Irish and; the white lied- .< JM< C7 K11S" IX SOUTI tablcspoonful of essence! of lemon Droiiinto

I tf JACKSONVILLE:; FLA. ford. represent' the improved' varieties of it. VAliOLIXA. a pan with a "l'lI01Rill] hake in a quick
'1' They arc the hct hogs for pioneer life, am oven.
.__. .. ]In "up-country" region of /South\ ('II.!
---- --------
--- -- where the fit Ids and
--------- for large farms ( pastures'
cantiinfrom lift10 unehuntrealacresier, rolina there is more complaint; \ this year thai ]Itu'I'n\I\\: i.\ :M.ITREI'iIoTET.-Cmit: the
: ever before of the illicit tranIIIIIC'I'II\ : c'ottOIl fillets or tenderest parts from some choice
.880. 1881. all of which the hogs may: have to range in and other 1lrllll'l'olhu'lwhid.: ., in some lo tender loin steak. Shape thc.'J1Illto neat
of food and water and c'I'l''i.lllywhl're : '
vilest[ corn-fields' entities, is. carried on lo a most alarming;:; oval pieces' each large enough for one person
THE the large: pen or grain( or extent. All act was passed by the last: legis( and broil them daintily. Spread with
he, fedd1w. nIVthcul.t The other and
to ,
are '
lalure prohibiting the sale ot !such product malt re ml lintel butter and serve on a hiliplnttl'r
hiss is that with smaller
not Il'oI'aillahlc: ( : : i
hones and thinner hair, rounder hodies, less after sunset, hut many cross-road: : storekcepers surrounded by green p"ns or Saratoga
have found great many wato evadi' l potatoes and parsley.
active in disposition'' : more indolent in hahii
and .slower in motion and l t provisions: of the law anal carry' on tinnefarious \ () of /Hour and
: greater t capacity business. Some' of I the iilanterhave :ml t rrlxs.-Onequurt 1 one cup
FLORIDA MIRROR to take on fat at any age; and\' a larger proportion losses the deprcdnlions a half of sweet or sour milk, two eggs well
of outside, fat. The (Guinea, : and\ tin' I !<1I-la: lIC'lhc'II\'Y hy and 'smut beaten one egg will do, one tahlcpoonfulof
of the cotton-baggers
.t China are the extremes in this class: whik' lamb, olio teaspoonfuI of salt, two ten-
his losses last t at thirjhales
[ tilt' P.erkshiiv: : the Chester White, the Essex:: farmer. fifteen% hundred, year dollars.. ; spoonsful('1'1'1111101' tartar, one! tcospoonfulof
,c and! the Poland-China are the more popul.uas or nearly invaded tin "soda in the milk (Huh the. lard out
have cotton-thieves
., well as the more practical' varieties of it. Not only till' C'l'l'lIl110l' tartar in the Hour. If the milk is
-ST'EJA1Y.-' The sty" of the the pens fuel, gin-houses: and' presses, but according to buygathensl sour put' only one tca-spoonful; cream III'tal'lar
hllll"l'kc'c'\r.\ Charleston .>,'ii'S nml l.Tonrier; they
lots of the small : of in Hour bake in ,
I "slop-troughs' the III the field, nod tradei, the ; rings.Si'icKD
the dairy, the hotel-keeper' the brewer ami crops
of the ifistiller are the appropriate paradiseof their stealings' : to the storekeepers it tonight HIKF.: : -Chop lough; beefsteak, raw,
the hogs of this latter cl.i-s. His indolence or early in the morning! before Hit nnd a ph''l'II' suet t the sl/e of an egg, I season
b he well world i is well nwake. The price allowed' IiiI'. with pepper' salt' nnd a little summer savory
i and must
improvidence' : :supplied \
hy t the care ami homily of his keeper' till plunder below the ordinary' quotation, ; add' I two eggs( half n I pint i of breadcrumbs t

,nyl and then he l'alll'at and sleep, and, grow to mad the poor Ignorant; negrodnpes; whostcafrom immrarIIsetublespuunfnbofcream,
I I > the mutual; .delight of himself:and, his ownerlleis the farmers ands]> oil by the storekeepers a small piece of butler ; mix 1I/11ll11akl! in a
H v ] nil animal I still higher in the "scale 1)liMpruvc0leut,111111 In faded heap ;groceries am roll wilhlilliI'/ diffident\ to keep together,
mean whisky. The, gain to the .Morckcepers put in a pan with a little! dripping and bake
\ :- always requiring -
I ''Jh } and amount is very large, and the danger; of dcteclioi us: n rrl..t. Mice (thin when/ cold
pub a larger proportionate been slight. In addition fttheir"uu'rrhnidizuga
+ 111hC'rc'tlll"I'l' I /
of the same skill and care which made: the s they generally carr> ]DKVII.II'' ('u.\IIII-lIoil 1 your hard crab
improvement' to maintain It. which, whenever lhcare and, take out the meal and mince it. (iratetwo
Thus it may he "seen 'that each class or on a 1 small flrlllll"OIl clain> ounces of/ bread' crumbs and mix with
with they
threatened prosecution\
R, o iNIIIP' 3 kind of hog;: has appropriate' place 111111 its to have raised the cotton: hat( was rc'allv"toh'lI. them two I I lUl'l 1-loolll'(1 eggs" chopped\' tine.
''ml lt proper Use, of which noneothcr' can entirely 0 Mime cayenne', salt and Iemon, -juice. Add,
i deprive it ; anal those who wi-h to engage: the farmers have or all (this to six ounces of the crab-meat, make
( \ :
I In Edgelield county
i l 0 anew in raising: ; them, and, those who wish allll.c'.1 association. They havtdetermined moist and. rich with cream, clean the shells,
H to improve their existing !stocks, should act protective to out illicit cotton trutllc' till them with he mixture, put some breadcrumbs
< u cautiously", ami "huullllllakt! burr selectionsas stump to f'OIl'idiolc''c'r one engaged over the lop and brown in a hoioven.
will make
all the circumstances appropriate .
the use, the feed I, and, the market being in it. 'fhct' have formed a Hmrouglorganization worth/ '
t their example'' is } 'la\\I.-lIellt of milk
considered.] Persons often find, their purchases Cruets AMI it quart
,., .H / unprofitable bee msu they are not of imitation, until it is lukewarm. Put half u tc'u"I"oll
suitable to their circumstances, rather than of pnwaterl41Cinuuuuan and. a heaping tea-
l VEaETAJlLK GltOWlMi TO. into u w wine-gin of lrun.c1 .
berate animals were different in merit, I'JtCImflilof augur!
iJy& _i foal when therefore' the buyers rather than TOMATOKH.-This is an imHirlunt| trouble-\ \' or ...hcrrvII/IIllItir until the sugar I is dissolved -
= ,__ -t- I l : u.lItllllI to the milk, put all into
the sellers! were In fault. Home, and, If properly managed\ perhapsthe
l best paying of all our vegetable crop for, the dish In which it is i to ho served! and stir
,. AVATKRINI 8TR'iWBElCREm.-Mr./ : I It. H. Northern marlHt.11 to the different variety in a tubicMpoonfut of the prepared, rennet.It .
Hoycr, of /Ohio, who has acquired 1 a rl.'putaI I' 1 the Hathaway for shipment t., will bo firm in three or lour hours. Serve
r -BOOK. ANDJOB : == tion fur raising\ the'l.'r)' 'lincstof xtrawherries though'prefer' the Acme is said hy many to he superior. with sugar and rich cream and fresh: pcucile.pt'ele'l ,

has: it is Maid about three acres! of this The Trupley is also UOII. J and quartered.
fruit in hearing, raises the finest: kind of
fruit, and gets' the highest prices Mr. prefer Hathaway because it yields: equally ForT-iionK }:'iIII.-l. Place the eggs in u
well has solidity lutlhtal\tl"l shipment( ,
Hover waters his garden( wheneverlnoi4tureit more warm saucepan, and cover: with boiling\
in m my opinion' belter. Have not had ex|>crience them stand where they will
let keep
required'', hy means of an elevated barrel water ; "
PRINTING HOUSE tank, in which two thrie-quartrr inch hose enough yet with the Acme to decide] hot, tint not boil, for ten minute. Tln
fifty feet long are attached, by means of fully as to its merits. Shall plant and test> method will cook !both whites and yolks.
them more fully this year, though the hulk In water and boil
which the water can he discharged! on the 2. Place the eggs boiling
vines in about half an hour. The tank can of my crop will be the Hathaway variety. three minutes! and a hal(. Hy this method
Hut \beds of from three to four feet wide,
he tilled lln about four minutes from a reservoir the white of the egg I is, hardened quickly
and the quantity given when an aero by any reasonable: length, (owing to amount that the heat does not penetrate to the yolk
Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel, ofvinl'i, take a drink is about one hundred of acreage to be ,planted), should be preparedin until the lost minute, and consequently the
and !sixty barrels. December and early in January by getting white is hard and the yolk hardly cooked
plank and running u close y'alfroUl\ enough. The first! method is therefore the
cast to west: -nay four feet: high-making the most healthful.
TEA CULTUJtE J.V GKOil CIA. fence to lean or incline ttouth, or facing the
The United State Commissioner of Agriculture sun, low enough to Just allow the nun to CHICKENS!: HKUXED.-Take out all the bones
FERNANDIN1FLORID1\. General \V. (;. LeDuc la very enthusiastic shine under. No cold rains should IH allowed except those of the legs and wings. This
on the biihject. of tea culture in I; to fall on the \bed \but watering pots can be easily done by splitting the chicken

this !state, and is confident that the eij>eriluent should \be used when necessary. This! fencer down the back with a very sharp knife and
will meet with ultimate imccenrf.: On wall protest the plants from theC'oltll1orth then scraping the flesh down the sides. Stun"with

-- -- 2d of August last I he !gave what Northern winds and rains, and gutlu-rs warmth from cold lamb finely minced and richly seasoned
people call a kettle-drum" at the rooms of the sun. Jiuttons ur null"* should be tacked with |Powdered herbs, a little minced

J. it J, }Montgomery; Co., tea nimhanU, oa top the fence HO a.s to allow a strip ut OMnaburg pork and mushrooms: and nome lemon
of New York, ut which were present a great or other cloth to he hung/, along/, and Juice Bow up the chld.en. lard the breast
added NEW TYI-E ANT) XEW PRESSES to our office, and having many of the llt 'firms in that allowed to suspend on the south side in extreme uid put it into a Uw-pan on a layer of
city. At this assemblage Coiumbtdoner LeDuc cold nights, and then thrown up after herbs, minced onion and parsley, and a few
SKILLED WORKMEN who know how to use the same, we are'now submitted to the merchants naiiiplea of sunrise. This protection will hold well in .dices of bacon. Pour around it Dome good

to do and every kind of printing, teas grown on the tea plantation of Mr. J. very severe weather, and is the best I have stock and a glass of sherry. Cover the Then
prepared any Jackson, of Liberty county in this State, ever tried. The bed itself should, be raised and let it cook blow!) for two hours.
and which teas were of the brands known with good compost at !least four inches high :ate up the chicken strain the it
. as Pekoe, Ptkoc-Houchong, Souchong and with jioles or plank above the level of the Lock on the range and let It boil quickly to
Congou. Several drawings were made common surface. The wd nhouhl be well a glaze Brush the chicken over with this

H FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD from each of these kinds of tea. and rukcd in and the bed well sprinkled with and HelVe on a platter surrounded 1 withuusiarums
were tested by the merchants who generally water. should be taken not bo sole too cooked: a \brown gravy.A .

expreaed the opinion that the (h5, thick for here in this bod they should island -- -- -- .
>ared favorably in fragrance sough until danger of frost is over, and if they .OUD brother in a liaptist church of
comj) sixteen inches high Miami county IlIcl., while giving hU exwiepce
not strength, with the best Indian tea of khould grow twelve to
better I had them to not long ago said ; Hrcthren, I vc
Arutlj' and KM ( .leap u* any Office In Florida. the same thurucUT.: no shush the ; commence
The commission mode xome very intere blooming( in bed before 'transplantng. peen a trrln'thls nigh\ onto forty years to-
a ?tin0'; eUtemenU regarding the culture of Here they are I protected I with IfM serve the Lord and get rich both at onct, and
this tea biennial that Mr. J IIckllJU16 a rouble and will /grow, filter than anywhere I tell yea, it's mighty hard sleddin' '
fcl Ise. land ia with cucumbers ex- .- -,. ,---
Scotchman, Mho, fur fifteen years, hail been J'repare
-- -- ------ ---- and YoLir.iTKEK }:TIjl'tTTKchU( Au
engaged.: l in tea raising in India. Homeinontl apt, the beds should be live feet apart armyi
!** ago he came to the Unit,.l .Sutt-tt, 'v'nithree to five feet in the hill, with onlyi : virtually a school not only of arms, but of
lull having heard of the atluptaliility of i> plant. The land should be bedded out uanners.) Sergeant of the Chexterfleldiancorps
<(ieur.;'ia wail| for the cultivation of the tea well then open the water or middle furrow (who are standing at ease;) "I aPl
tr )lulitsend your orders for 1'UIXT1RIDISi! and KULIXrt to office out. plant, l became: greatly inU-renU-d and determined It-ep and clear. A careful dropper should I Itiun. (raid, gentlemen I must request you to

ide the State. Order for t"itlil'r'J1lrt'l't'\\'e prompt attention from us. AddrrsTVEOIIIT la invettigate,; the matter. He visited ilrop or place each plant in an upright 'rI i- roiiie to attention as our frirml the captainU
several Southern states. and finally bought with root at the top of furrow ana Up i I about to trespass un your courtesy to far
>A. 3IITIKOII.Kl.j the plantation of Mr*. tStrevtn. in Liberty leaning to one side. The plants khould t..etakcli I u to ark you" to do him the honor of ("nn.

: Putsisoixi, FLA. county who, some twenty-five or thirty out of the water dril'l.illanuther/, I lug fours.


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J OFF TV//; COASTS: or siv.r.r: : (:.1EILt1: ) tlerOIt\: '. I 11I1.\IWOtlll'III'liT\' : : '. I of Tana" -Walter C. Maloney: Jr., In the ('olllllof St. Johns I for a Di"lrkt.O11
( OJ/lllf!i .1//7fc-.J./ 11. llichard, Providence.Cluk IcvM11'cr from the Thlrtv-niM Senatorial i i : be helmt :
r A land I know afar, :yet near, ( ..ifNI NititoM Ollh'crs. -llenrv, 1-'. York. I Lake Butler I I Collittvf! of! lc/'enllc-Wllltel C. Maloney[ the same day an election, will the
Ueinote and dim, yet close and d'nt- IYM" omcP:, unII\"Itu: : :. "MfnW.'. W. Tumblin, :Starke.Ai .J 1'.. Key West.SiilHrintindintoftiJt'wt. III, He (County of JI Non. cems.UutUHM. t : 1

A broad, rich realm, by man untamed, :"!/iffcr-L. A, 1 lamps, (Gainesville.J'iriiirr ;: \ *.t'r nf TiifCf/ -.\, J. McKinney[ I Lake I f ; .*-J. V. Harris[ Key Tenth :-tellltorwi occasioned I District> ,,1 for bv 11 time N nvit r,'si, "II"r tl' t

Our very own, yet unclaimed.. ; -John T. Rollins, (Gainesville.SitneynrUeiicrnl Butler. West.! fill the vacan.-v sleetedSenator ,
Out from life's! daily jar and fret -L. 1)), Hall, Tallahassee.Wvmn : 'It''II'' 1"I"/Ir-\lfl',1. D. Cone' Lake \ss\v l'OtTCoullfy.TwlveHintou, \. t lion of lion. Dennis) Tagan.who; \a.< at t t heOencialiic.tionheld '

It shines in tranquil borders set ; ('ol'HT.Jud'ic Butler. J. Baker: Fenian :: for the' term of f.11' year':} 'ruesdayafter : I

Upon its shore! earth's/ burdens fall, itiiirinfeinliiit; { of! S"Q"I/ ( I 12.: I Harrison[ dina. ( : 11 the first A. I ICounty )
r And fancy takes the rein o'er all. : -Thomas :Settle, Jacksonville.Mnislml Starke. Cirri:-C. \\'. Maxwell, }Fernundinn.&litrj the first Monday of November' ) ,
J. II. Durktc) .Jul'k 'mile.(7rrkl'hilip .
: am\
Dark, closed. the day; the twilight chill Walter, Jacksonville.tNTHINU : IllltWUI: rocxTV': !}--1'cter Cone Ternnndina. |1578 ;the! of Duval. constituting t the I :

In deeper gloom wrltppl.'lllic111 and 11111 ; '. Wnnity, .lrn1/" t!ir-.\. J. Whitloc. (City 1'uutt. Anctwfof Taxt'*-'''111. II. (Jarland, Fernandina. Kighteenth In Senatorial District i I Ibr a Senator r
: m\
: MK.Collettnr : ,
I The angry wind howled loud and hoarse! r.1rrl'-,1. A. Stewart, 'I itiMville.Awiufif by the resij.iiati. !
the Viuancyoccasiomd
And shook the walls with savage force ; -Dennis) Kagan, Jacksonville.col ; T'lm-J. I1 l Mewart, Titu ville. llrctor of. temic'armi 1'. :Scott:: Tcrnandma. to t"I. of Hon. J. H. Durkce, who vas :

The air with !snow and sleet was piled, .1.1:rroiw or ('t'!!'TtiM4. ITNrrhn'rf! 1.,1'/IIIf'-I")1. Platt.Txike Jessup. elected iOI Senator for.the of four years: attheencral !i
J For winter's fury gathered; wild. John \\.. Hovvell( Fcrnandinn.Kdvvard \ t Orange) !; County.' i>)icriiieiid.nt o.S'tiwW./ Mahoney[ (! tt'rl on the first I
Spent with his wrath 1 stole /wl'illt"llflrt, itf! fyilinnh/ -Alexander Uinilall Callalutn. EI'l.tiol hl'J November, .
away ]; Hopkins! Jacksonville (dav alter .:Monday)' of \
y&& To, greet brighter, kindlier day John 1 I'1. HIIlIll'lt.:; Augustine Lake View. eRAxaE:('ol'NT\ ]D, 1$78< ; trt

t Oh, soft upon that distant roastThe 1. M. Currie, Cedar Key ('1.\Y ('on.T\, County C"rJ.Jwlyr--It. L. bummerlin, Orlando. In the Counties of Taj'lor and I taftyctte. .
County/ JiiilfVm.. Peeler (;I''ICo'e P. llughey" Orlando.srri'l'louts the Twelfth l.'lntoll District 1 : '
flashing,waterllcal''d and tossed constituting
; "/ \\ Shine i Tort Ileid.Aifcwur !
fill :
The whito.8aila filled with air Springs.ClnH for aSenatorto theI'tl( (
halcyon Slate
Green(/ were the woods h ungpicturedthere t ; Officers. -(). A. ]Buddington, (Jrccn Cove of Tnrcf-John C. Bryson, Haw, by. the death of Hon. K. M. (' \ (')'. who
" ; ; IXKlTIYi: : I io''.\nn'liT.' :: Spllllgs..sV kinsvillc.Collector\ elected I :Senator for the term of four
:Strange fruitage there the doth kiss was
I Lapt ;in those an' 'lis; rife with run bliss ; (Tremor-'Orgu" }', Drew, Tallahassee: 'nff James W. DeWitt, (Inch Cove ; of; I.'CL'c/II/-Sat. Poynt, trll11l1lo.SI'JHrIIIlt'lll \1'; at the General Election held on the
; Becks
of Siliool[ -John T. of No-
,, Its!! subtle wine my pulses stirred l'rc "rlllptf} tent of tfrnntci1)). Barnes, Springs.JMMW. Fort Ikid -t Tuediv after the first! Monday[ .

Like rythmic music faintly,,heard.. Tallahassee.S'lerctmy ; of 7 nfttate( -\\'. D. Uloxham\ Talla- Collector of 1.'f'/'JW"-\\'IlI. S. 1'11111I11I1'1'Ianill TAYLOR COfNTY. In the County'of Hillsborough: ('on'ohlnl'il' !
n On sunny slopes thick set with gloom hassc-e. :\ : (', Gmllf'f/Idye-TJ., N. Cox, ]'('rl'r, the Thirtieth :Senatorial District, lor, a .

Tho senses thrill with strange perfume ; ( n fhll11frtlllf'r'IIIIIIIIIII( Drew) Tallahassee.Tmuiiiif } SHIM riiitemlent! of. Sehools-\f[, F. feiger; .S/aide-TIiimtasteen([' () Pcrrj. Senator to fill t the vacancy occasioned: by t the I :

More[ vivid' l. n't more frail those (lowers -Walter (Gwjun, Talhahawcel : )[j.t. burg.'' Clnk-JaiM.\\ Taulker, Perrv. resignation: of Hon. ...1 1'oII.! who was '

t That m yfblowri in mortal bowers! ; .litgnryGerer'rnl-iQ.rge{ (: I'. Halley; Talla : (COLUMHI COt'STY.County yrintcndint' '(-Hwl/l.-K 1: \'nun, Pcrrj'. elected Senator for the f011' 'l'nll at .

1 a They nod;they lend tlll"JtIw.; they move; hassee" / Jndye-1V. M.: Ives, Jr., Lake (.ity. CiiHiJu Treu.'nrer-I)ly.H. :Sutton! 1'errj the ,; Tues'a:

They mimic human: strife and lo\o; Coin>nii; >i' n/<'r of Land, .*-Hugh A. As all 'neath those skies Jiiitnuc Ju\m\ C. Calhoun'
things far-oil'] : Tallahassc'e.SuH.rinltm1ent. ,"l"rrW'-.T. W. Perry, Lake' (City.Amwif : of 1).1T l $, "
I.. })Clgl\ 'ly mock our earthly ejes.Treed of I'ublic/ 11ll.ll'udiollI'. of T'lu.-L.l W. Ilivers: Lake Perry. .\1111 each of the respective Counties of

( from all trouble" ; 1'11111111111 care, llnisley, 'rillahasste..trljuUatGrurralJ.; -, t : (1t'. A>.i tlIIIfr of THJC.I% -Wm. 11. 1'ark'rI\'rry. the Mate 1 UI'I'rl Electron t for its constitutional

1 Our heart burst! into blossoms there ; /( J. Dickison) !: Talla Collicluf of( T<,urc+'rhos.V.. (Jet/til, Lake ST. JOHN'S COUNTY.County 1 number' of 1'Jh'II of the General .

Tongues are unloosed ; the poet's fire hassee.CominltKinmr. City..S'uperinlcub'nl. JI"f"r.! It. Cooper, St. Augustine. .Assembly, to wit: f
Hums in each breast with new desire ; of 1/11I11VrfltilllL-lIl'; ) Seth I f; ,, of&final,*-JulitisPotsilamer) i t! I Tseambia: : county three; t

On wondrous harmonies of song French, Jacksonville.HUI'REME, : Lake City. Clerl'Bartolo: P. Oliveros, St. Augustine.:. Santa Rosa county two;

The golden hours! are borne along, i C-OtRT. IIGyAL'Ot'xTY.> 811friff-\. Pacetti. St t. Augustine.Auetiiir Walton county two;

Till soul and. !sense, transfused( seem one, ('iii f Juxtirc-1.: : Randall, Jacksonville.Awicmte : I ('bnnlilJmulge1Villiatt.c.ichrami' / [ Jacksonville. of Turn Iavi L. fltll1ltl\, St. Holmes! (ounty one; I .

In new-made forms of life begun. I JII..tiCe-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahassee. : ;. Augustine. \\n..hin tol (county one; 1

'' t i I t-+DQN' ltt R. Gwxlnt ., t I C'/iri-Thomas I 1.]. lliukman, Jacksonville.MCI (hl1c"/t".o.f lit 11'nve-Joseph! F'. Llambias, : (county one; .,!

c.-- i. h'i'e Jl/ldil't-t, B. Van Valkcnburg, 'iff Uriah Bowden, Jnck'onville.Atwmr St.t Augustine.HujHtintiHdcnl. Inlho\l county, three 011;
TIlE inuiDS ANII Tiimn Tij- Jacksunville.Clerk \ of Ttifct-[Daniel 1'. :Smith:: Jacksonville of >ScAW#' -Thomas A. Pa .Jul'ksol(county ; t
one '
I'LKS. -U.: II. Foster, Tallahassee cetti, St. Augustine Lh'rtI'ounty one; ,.

Collector of Ileienue-Henry A. L'Engle, SfMTKU COl'NTY.( : \ ) ;
c'lKefiT Jl'1I\UI.:!
{Gadsden three .
Near .the town of Canine, in Brittany, Jacksonville (county ;
Fifft (. K.: Maxwell[ 1'en- tliitnty ./IIfIc-JI'llrr[ [ S.Cassidy! Leesburg. four
France, i N an extensive ]plain several miles 'irenit-Attgustns Superintendent; of Silwoh/ -Albert 1 J. Hus- Leol ; ,
wide, with a, flat and barren surface. It I is sacola.ftfcwil. sell Jacksonville.IIIMII.TOV. /rrk-TllflIIn. Ivey, Leesburg. Jefferson county four; 'f
the last''place in the world a tourist would 'irclrif-I\vlll! Walker, Tallahassee .j 'ltrriff-.T. :S.! Dj-ches/ I,('csburg.Awrnif : )11.lh'ol county three; t

euro about visiting, if lie were simply traveling COfNTY. of Tnjf-Joseph llutchinson[ Taj lor ('Ullt\('; .
in search beautiful objects. In winter Third ('irrnil-1',. J. Vannhulisun.[ ( O"IfytlIICHl'lI 1')' J. Stewart, Jasper.: } Lecsburg.Colliftof, Himilol county\ two;

the coldest winds blow over it with forte, Fourth Circuit-It. Arcliihald, Jacksonville CI'I'Joh'rt: S. :Stewart: Jasper of( Cerruur-John W. Dye) lies, I"IIWllI'I' (county two;

:.uul in summer it is unprotected. by trees or Shl'rtf-.II1I11'S( 1. Duncan, Jasper.Anor \ Ueshurg.tfnieriiitiident. Lafayette county one;
shrubbery from the scorching shafts of the Fifth Clicult-James B, Daw kins! Oaincs- of Tiij-en/ -.}" T. Cooper, Anernin. oftidi'iol.i-][. .II. I Duncan: ( 'lllllhia county three;

sun. lint it i is notwliollyumntcrcsting.and yule Collutur of Nf'I'/We-J P. B. Hood hrl'lUl, Lake (JrilHii. county four;

I propose that we shall make; a short visit to Xirth; (il'rl/t-I/; ( L. Mitchell: Tampa.fttenlh Benton, ('Columbia (County. t't'W.\--;.:.: ct'STv.lnusly Levy county two;

it. {'rcllit-\V. Archer (.'ocke, :hanoid. SmrpedntaudautofSeho"le-Juslnta! = II. Hob- ( / /'.'Michael .1. Clouts, Live Bradford county two;

We will suppose, then, that you and I are erts:- Ancrum. ( (Clay county one; \ :

stopping at one of the quiet taverns in ('III'- Court Caloiular.Tiuni Ill:K\VMM: : COfNTY. Oak.Cl 'Uobert A. Reid: Live Oak. Bailer I county one;

nne, nnd! have wandered toward the plain > uucrrr. O"t"tl"e; / -\\.. L. Trier-oil! Brooksville. .ltrriff-.1ohll 11. Sessions! Live Oak. XIII"alll'ollltr tWI;
Duval) four
for walk.. Just outside of t the town bit county ;
a Awn'ir ef'mere1V.! 11, :Sessions! : Weiborn. -
J.::. J.'nllll, JudgeVm; 11. Taylor, State's' M. Johns' two;
of hill rises to show the (nilltr
n high enough us .
Attorney.ftjuiiiy (.Ink'-J. (C.' Iill\\ llrooksville.Sheriff : Volusia .
surrounding country. Tt'rlll- / J. 15. Mickler, BrooksilleAtiKtw Collector of tteccniic Uobert: F. .Allison ( ( f\; -
There are few houses or trees on tlll'l'llIillj; of Tu.rrx-\V. ( Sarrson, Brooksville. Live! Oak.Xnfitrlnttiiilent) Orangeeaituitytug. ;
Mondav[ in .
but it !is divided into several venues I by, long Taylor, \ \I'ril.|> / of( ..llIIfll.-.T.. (O.) C/( Junes, 11tllallll'ollt' two; ,
Madison: :'id Monday in ril.
Ai> two
rows of unhewn upright stones'', which, as : Live (Oak.) lal'lol 'tllt) ;
Hamilton, 4th Monday[ in Apiil.Suwannee ColUctnf of Ikieuar-l'[, TOWII>!"I"1. Stouter county t two;
far its the can see are Ur\'l1l1J.tl'llll1allllo t .
eye : Brooksville.: VOIIMV ( or.NTY.County :
:: 1st Monday alter 4thlnday[ Berta multieuwit'tlvo
)perfect( order, like an army thousand prepared' for bat in April.L'olnmbin!. SII/'ri>iti-ii, tie There are over a of them,
and 2d Mond.iy[ after Ith Monday Pi>1U (county one;
f'll'l'tdllJ'rol the from
they country east "
Cltri' John/ \\ Die kins
in April.Iifayette' !. '. m, Tnterprise.: Manatee
1I11.1."lIotonm I'Ol'liT\: countj" one;
to west for over seven miles. The largest are ...
3'M : after Uhf : inApril. /If'riff-\\. A. Cone, Enterprise'
feet and the smallest Monday Monday 11. I.. Crane I l.tll' (nutty tine;
twenty-two high! ten Countynilff" Tampa.ClaL .Issnssn' of Tun.*-Benjamin: Itichard-on
foct. A few have fallen, and others have =Win. ('. Brown, Tampa.' (county one;
been carted away ; but originally they were 1II\ Tfrn>- ,8111'rl'-IJ(( ), Isaac: Cratt, Tampa.AmiMor Tnterprise.Colliitui Monroe[ ('Ulllt" two.
1."T"/I"e-.Ioll11 B. Joidan DeLand.
of ,
lor Mondav in October. -
Taj on the same day there vv ill ho held
placed apart at regular ,distant!. of! Tiuriv-L. (0. Leslie: Tampa.Collutnrof \11 .
Madison :'Id; )Iolllhlit October.' I
i \ in each countj' of the :Mate a General Kle-c- {
When them will U"I''nllc-\\. I'.Ilurls'l'aaIll.SUJeriIlendrrl : .
to .
you come nearer you ( .'. ; ..I/o.Ialll'.s' 1 r. 'hull.,
sec many signs ot'II (, upon them. They are Hamilton, 1th Monday[ in October [ of .Srhuds-11. L. Crane, iilMiiiitnitltnt of( I. I (ion for Constables: each ounty being allow
seamed mossy ami haII l'r'Il. Hnvy old do :$!-IIWIIIIIII', 1st Monday: [ after Ith Monday[ Tampa. filer, Tnteipn'se. I'd and ('ltith..l to one (Constable forevery "y
in October.Columbia. WK1'1.1.'l'. T\ two in the !
you guess they are? Nobody is quite sure, H.nu: : os.Ollllf" Illlr.1 rl "n..luh'rs '
ilOt even tho widest of the historians, but 2d:? Monday after Ith Monday[ in "/ JII"r-\. Whitner, Month ello. ('oiinfiJinlijc'/ -\\ T. I Invall'ra> f<,rdv-illc.u.fW. '. : ('oillil'; l'/old'd. 1/U/'r, II countj' 1
we safely that they have held their (ktnhl'r.I..afaYl'th'II1. >./. ( H. Walker, Crawfordville., flH' 10re twelve ('ol tall.I'; yet
may say 811l''id'Z!) : Bailey, )Iollt i.lh
)lr"ll'ntl4l1itioll fur OUT eighteen: << hundred :! 1 Monday after lthfotday[ inOctober. C'krk-\V.11. Ijimar Monticello.Siinrinteiiilent : \ rNat. IL1'alker, Crawfordville.Snjitilnttitilint : that cacti (countj' shall he entitled least t
.. two (' regardless of the number
years. l' or over eighteen hundred years [ of Xrliooli-J. B. Christie1: / of ..ri'/II-.J' L. Crawford l'llI..tatI lt ,
they have clung to (thu meagre ground\ and toUKTIl CIRCl IT. Monticello.I Crawfoidville. f'li..tt'1',1'ltl'r

I withstood tho combined assaults of time and 11. Archibald, Judge; Samuel Y. Tinley, I(,'Ulflll" 1'CIIelll''r-\\. \\'. :Hmmons.Monticello. County, /'n'mture-\V.'r,1)uvul) Crawford "IERtle Legislature of, the :State of
I). ls'7 did, determine b '
storm, gl'I'raliol'after generation of :Mate's Attorney.Sjiriiiy [ : \ ville.Colltctorof, ) 1
the living has Kissed Tt'rm- 1.//'t'/I/II'-\[. Walker.Cravvfordville. : vote of a majority of all the members (elected
away 7i' Palmer Mon[
Collector of i <
How did thfy tome, there? The simple, Ht. John'.s, 'Id: Tuesday in March[ ticello.Awtaor. to each ft the houses tll'l'llf. that it is ne

credulous people, III'old, to whom ull fairy ('In)', 4th Tuesday in March.( t f Ttut'*-J. 1'. iranthnm; Monticello. Ancumrof Tiuts; -Oeo. F. Register Crawfords ('I'lIt' cause l f'\'i the entire
} stories were t the t truest histories,believed that Bradford Tuesday in April.Baker 'ill,'. ( of said Mate, ami did enter
giants brought them and them but Tuesday in .\ !such determination upon their
't :- planted: ; i..uFSyFrTE: Cdf-NTY. -- rL'I'II'.tin'joufllall.
I we kiloLl'lt,1' than that Nassau, :'VI Tuesdaj': in April!, .\.h.'rU"'l'mt"uCIOi. with the yens and nays ,
They were created by ordinary men, and Duval, 3d Tuesdaj-'in Mav.. ("ommo ...Jed/e-\V..L I Dixon)i New Troy.sheriff Legal/ and did refer the same to the t1\'III'
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how Full Term- -J. J. Johnson, New Troy.CltrL then next to be chosen; and, whereas, the
f \lULY. imagine much labor the work
you -Hovvell[ Hawkins;, New Troy.1 oi' 1-l.I'U'rIOX.: : Legislature of said Mate then '
John's in
cost at a time when there were no carts or :St. Tuesday September.: NO"'Il' 11'xt ( 1"1'1. a
41 wltl'I'lbarrtl'MllIII'h less' railroad, or massjve 'lay, 4th Tuesday September.: Sl''riul.IIt"1..r/ul.1-J.[ l'. IJamsc'j': New to tu'it'time: legislature A. I D. 1 71)), dil. bya
J'o till curd tinyular! the. hfrijf of the Mate of majority of all the members '
Years Bradford I 1st Tuesday in (October.
perhaps eld1
cranes. crnturie: were 'frodmuly
occupied and. to the builders tbo undertaking Baker, :2(1? I Tue-sday Oc tober. ( Tn e : must have seemed as: stupendous as the Nassau! 3d Tuesday in October. Colleitur<< of J.'t'l't'lwe-Sewton Sapp' N':vv : \'E. that I. W. IJ). BLONHAM[ ; Rldher.a. the L(. illutlre 1><7I!) did,
rl'lan'If of the State of Florida do
State ,
t erection of,the East River bridge seems to Duval, 3d Tuesday in November.FIFTH Troy by resolution duly pI""I..I.l'l'Ollltl'l to the
: A'wimir, of Tiutu W. '\". 'ultl'l'I1I'W Ill'rd"nhtlt':" all and ,singular the SheriU's of electors of t the next election for the
CIReriT.James the several (Counties of the State of Florida 111,1'1
: ,
of the
us.Similar Troy. to vote for
stones Cmnlat Legislature; or against aConvention
( in
are other places
B. Dawklns, Judge ; W, A. Hoeker, 1..::11l'llt'T\. that and did therein provide and di-
Brittany vbutthemitostfamouscollection is .
Solicitor. A General .:I..UoliWill rec.t that :! of Mate incorporate
the (uruagJotter--ILC. IliIcoley'J'allahas'.ee..S6eri1F : tholI'I.turv
on a plain near town of Salisbury, in TermSuuner I llul
Knglaml.: This is ('ull'tltnlll'hl'rlgl1:! and Sjntiiy -.\. Mosele[ )', Tallahassee: with the notice of the l Kiev
consists of un..llUndl'l'll and !forty stones, thesmallest 2d Monday[ in March.Marion C/.k-t'. A. Itryun'Tallahassee. be held in each: County in Florida, lion to be held in the year 1S It, a notice of
3d 1 Mondav[ inlarcli.[ .
+ of which weighs ten tons and the .Sul/If'rilllf'lld.III''f,8I'hfo-I1'nr)' X. J-'dkd. such recommendation, with proper' il..trllc-
..Ilaclna,1stlunday alter 4thloadav iu ONTT1MUY, EXT srcC'TIJDING: tions the mode ,
largest seventy tons.: Tbe remains of men Tallahassee.Trtnturer: : : n> to of compliance with

:uul animals: have also been found hi the vicinity 3lardaLevy J. L. (Demilly. Tallahassee.Collector : FIKsr::; MONDAY IN NOVTMBiU. [- such recommendation;
: after 4th in
and these have given the antiquarians Marcia, 3llunday: Monday of //11I-('. '(l', Pearce, Talla- : .\. 1). l5-1 +< hav.ee.A: ; i is llrl'IIin'u., and the in- (,
n clue I to thcohjcit.s for which the "tmll'sWl'ro flowing
Putnam 1st 1stlunday in
rai>ed. March.liU 'f1l.IIuOt'r *'*. 'n positive is known ulxmt them see. of compliance with such rc-commcndation: T
Viy.gp Ttrior i i LEVY : said November j 1st. Any elector desiring to vote at such !) H
hl ) 'Dntitlti ed'that{they mark the tenif :-l1IlItl'r! ,'4thlunday' in October *, J COI-NTY. For u (Governor and J.il'uh'lIallt (Governor election !in favor of musts
a shall
lmlt's ili. a religious order which Sebrtng: Bronson ,
Marion: lit )rnnd.I :tftl'r 1th Monday In OIwlY./wlfe-! ; of the State of Florida, and I'llI''our Klec. have written
:l.cssl'lllrl'atwr; } in Trance and Tug-: October. Clt'rk-J.. H1r'o. Bronson. turn of President and Viee-President of the or printed on the same ballot

land during the! 1''ntUfhlofltl'' and the century Alachua, :3d 1 Monday after 4th Monday in >./'riff-\\-// D. Tinlavsoii. HronMin.Att Tnitetl .s-tates ; un whichtlenailm, softimeix'rwlnorpcrstonyvoted
after the of ('hri t. obtained M. Willis for !for any office oroltiees at ,said election
coming They October I "r of T'Jt -J. Bronsnii.: For one Representative: lIf the first Congressional

a complete mastery,over' the ignorant" Levy, 1st Monday[ ..after lilt Monday[ iuNovember. Iullt'ct'r'. of ft1t'lUle-Jolan t'. )Id rl'w.Hrollloon District, of Florida in the Forty- side are thereof written or such printed, and on the same Y'?
; and superstitious }pcoplo !'thenoccupying seventh Ccnigrc-ss of the lnite :State ; 1" names are writtl'l or
those countries, by the practice of mysterious ertHteiitlent of "r/wo/JO F. Jshamls, printed, and not on the other' side, the word
1 l4 .. Putnam ld! Tuesday after 1st Monday[ in l. For one i'epri-sentative of the Second .For Convention "
,+; arts, which were often very cruel Theyprofessed December. Bronson, Congressional District 'of Florida in theF'ortyseveutlt I ; alI anjeUctor desiring -

ft to know the hidden nature of fEVENTII:: ::: IIKCIIT.Williaui MAelstlcot': TY. Coji-jre-ss; ;,; : of the V'ujtfd :"states.Ami :: have to written vote against t sue Convention, shal )
or printed such
and the forms' nnd of theSunpu on ,
things movements
\ \ Witll l4lol1, Madi on the same day a General Election:
.-\ tWke ( f\mlllyJlllf-1t ( [ side
rdu'r. Judge
io'\ thereof above
ilair,1 tIl wordy
; \ they1'0 not 1'eriL.I
as Jttisft tarhU.11rtll1ljt. tin our'primarySluwls 4lmijnl? f/t4fe's:= "ttottt(' '.j itl j J Jfj r son.Meriffr.. Willanl.. Madison.Clrrk will]n be the held County of F.scambia' for Senator .\NOTE.ahat n J

and the simplest tricks of a good >riiHj! T,1"I&"olu..il1 -Nothing herein is int'n.llt to present
'\ -John M.: Bergs' Madison. from" the First$e-uatorial District:: ;
modern conjurer would their most \ 1st Monday[ !in May.Brevard any elector who may vote for
surpass guixrintendent of &hoolt--K.; :S.::: Tyuer, In the County Jackson fur a Senator:::
wonderful ones. 1'he'l're astrologers! and 2d t Monday) in May. )IattISt111. from the Third Senatorial District or against a Cnnntionlut may not intend
herb doctors as well as priests and historians Orange, 3il Monday in May.Dade. \MiHty Trfflllll'N'-R :S.! Smith, Madison.! In thq (kxuitic. 4>f Calhoun and Franklinfor to vote: for person f'r any office, from

and they attributed sacred characterto 2d Mondav' in June. IWectur of.11I)1.. H Warring, Madison. a :Senator' from the Fifth Senatorial District elector voting on i is to the be CnvntJn question, but no
many plants. fall Ttrm- pertnitl'fl vote more than

Jlurnau sacrifices formed one of the most Ynlusia, Monday: in November.Jtrevaril Author of T'LI''I-B. D. Wa lsvvorth, Mad: In ;the Counties l of Lilxriy and Wakujlafora one ballot on 1Ieaof'otll for both icr-'
terrible features ,of that religion.* The 'icW :l it l llIda.ilO'eUlbtr.. ison. Senator from the :Seventh! Senatorial sons for offices \1 ugult a Convention. II

tims were usually criminals: or prisoners of OrJ.lIg3.l Monday in November.\ :\I\ .\TF.F. l1l'NTY.Cbuiity District ; Only one ballot should b received
war; but when there were none of these, Dade, ::M Monday in Decvmber.C'uiiutj In the County of JetrtTson for a Senator from each elector at such el'.tion.
innocent and unoffending perstuis were often Judjfc-U.M. Graham Manatee.ClerkRobert from the Ninth Senatorial District : 2d. The votes cast< '.I"thii shall
S. Jritlith Iauah,'. be canvassed and
-sacrificed, dl"Clartioni and
Ofllrer Shrrif-\\"m.'l'!: Huvman., Pine I eel.Autttor In the County of Hamilton for a Senator' thereof shall bo ma.le bv the In-iH.-etois f'tun, and .
from I
seventh; nat4.riallJitrict
L.\Clll',\ I" )USTV. of Tiuet' -Win. F. ParrUb J'ur- thy ; by County Canvassing Boards and the :
I doubt the discriminating justiceof4tJiCT9Pttn f In the County of Alachua for Senator :
DO NOT ) .. ) *""". > / a
bust Judt/e--J tutius C. Gaittes- rish.: Canvassing Board, in the same manner and
liardner. from
heir for intelligeal '
( { capacity Thirteenth Senatorial District -
vilte- '. Collector of r.'c"I.ll1rion: (O!, (Carlton ; lt same times votes cast for .M' F
i t
1.t* -m'rrmvMit and therefore Kj not i ff .tt In the County of UrJlfonl for a a ]persons -
(1'rf-J. .\'. Carlisle, ailll'i1fe. line Level.Superiuteutlemd. na.J oft at said and ,,'
doubt the success' of the Democratic ticket. from the Fifteenth Senatorial District ; elton reuirell
Its uccess would bury beyond resurrectionthe \\ht'ri/f-Juhll/ W, Turner, Uainesville; CJ.,1. Felix J. Seward, In the C-ounty of Putnam for a Senator law l e eam'a.lIdl'lare l'umlJ.
Awintr Tuftt J. M. Dell\ Oainesville.Cblttctofof l'int\ l eve1.; The calked to the
sectional jealousies and hatreds which of M.Rm. ,- / i from the Seventeenth Senatorial District ; i
Rt''ltuC'-H.! P. Thomas Saint. n>i.\n. law requiring thl'1 to cause notice of said
have so long been the chief stock; in trade of In the Runty of Marion for a Senator
yUle i. .' ., Judtte J. M Me In tosh Ocala. election to be published in
iHSstiferous dhti;, tau and \\n no other Comity from the Nineteenth Senatorial District ; a newspaper
way can this be so effectually" accomplished. Xuj>friutndfnt (f XrAuu/4-O. .\. Myers, ('leek-11., Long, Ocala] In the tOmtil of Dade and Bre-vard for printed in the county, if there b }palter in

Jt would restore harmony and good feelingItctwtvn GailltOS'iIIl', S.'rffa.( a. p. ierOcal.i, a :Senator Twenty-first Senatorial the county ; and if there be i-aj-e-r {pub-
all the sections and make us: iu fact BIKER lot'iTV.LuslyJrulgeJno Awvw-.nf Kurt-Thomas Ptorcx),, CoUui\ District lished in the countj- they shall cause at least

as well as in name one people. The only .t U. HeriulonSandersc Plant. the (aIn \unt h" of somter for', V Senator live copies" of this liotce to be ;',(;tell in the

rh'ulr.thl'l1 would be in the race for the ('krk-h.. J. Poiis, Sanderson.t iWtctur / JietvHuo-PmleruL. .X. I"oy, fnmi the Twcnt.thi..l. :natorial District ; nttrt t public place county.

development of material prositerity, the dc'- \htrif ). C. William, Sanderson. \-ala. In the County of Walton for a Senator I* TDTJOJ\WUIF.> I have here.

vation' of labor, the enlargement of human AtHof TtUrJi.: (J. Rogerson, San- tiiiifrintfiulent of Si 1.uoI4-Jl.J t\ Martin, from the Twt'ut.tfh'l'naturial:' District : bt my and have hereunto

rights the promotion, of education, morality, lll' ,(lJ1.tll't'lur. Fort MctV.y In the (ounti.o lf J Ianat" for atxethe treat Seal of thebtate
religion, liberty order, Sad all that would ( of lf't't'lwHil-har'\l Kennedy, MUNEOE l'U"1>T\. a Senator from the! Twenty- na. at TaUha.,
tend to make iw the foremost nation of the Darbyville.\ (trusty Juili/f! -Chas. J. !Uri)n, Key We.>t. torial District : [L 1) } the Capital, thi the Cuurh 11.1 eidAugust

earth in the grand march of human",pro.L : t>uueriaemttntvfSch<*j* -\\, Hampton., (.tfft-John Sitrber,' Key West. In the County of \'ulusia for a Senator ,W.A. D.I l.>,

''' griss.-WtltixfEsoud1: ir. S1erW-lticL.tN l'tIrrr, Key West. luau the Twenty-ninth Senatorial District ; 5G"tJ Secretary I.OXJ.\I,(ate.


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i 1 ] 1 11' I ,l HWH'I'T,1TIUT" I years" ng'.. had oxporlmontodith\ tea oul-! I hand: should l follow innm-diatclv heldi
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> Into, and had: !pct' out a number of ton plants.He !' : droppor with "C.I\l1.1 civet (llun) ,"<; an5tem '
I I : : (Mr. Jackpo11)'tntril) that, though; these up\ to within twotcithreoinrhcs of(' bin""
II I'nl'nln' lttF! A uooe .\' TIM: l'OI"'I.Ut nitv goofs iior.sr: oi1DKY : plant:' had, been much neglected for onio or tap, making: nn nllowniue- tor Ii, n i iplant. >
I |poultry tti\e U" H ,1"ll'lrule.\ .. for conducting I time, ho was: greatly; : 1,111.1.1 I with their ROIIcral If I nvnuiro is i! to I bo, usoel.uhnnd. ..>i:.
I I the bininc"! *, m follow, \ : (condition anil! Woamo satisfied! that ho : followthe! droppor IIh'rt.l..r! h,.... \\ itl ii, h I, ,.1 i iot
'" -- ... I I. (Const ru<'t your lioiw:' 1 irtod 1 and t wnrtn.fo ; l'unltll'I\I'r\ his ideas: luiHovfullv. **o hrimmcdiatc'ly I in hand\, and manure: thrown hlll"1" \ "ii s '
-j.; & rJ" _Lti..TDh. .=- I ii" to 1I"hlll.unJI.loN.l1ll1( \ 1111\1'11\ I tlood,I i iIII' ; put the place in .order,\ procured I on the roots, mid l then thr heuMnnst' .\ "I, *>
"unlifjht. Snnl: )>tiit i U hotter than medicine. twenty-throo! thou"and,) plants fromthe I hut two to throe' inches' oftho top. hn! |1',",,,

Ii I l\ rt\lttl1rIIII"l'lIrtlll'I. and i N now snconlidont i nunuro will stimulate' : thoplntit, nt OM< ,.. '
.. CLO'l'i -iXGI 2. Provide! a du'tiiix and "('rllphl1pIa" .. of !' ueoes that ho has ono hundred I bring *o far down in the water furrow '\

GOODS, UOO'lVi AND S11OHSOTIO.S \\herojoti can bury \\hcat and corn, and, ,, sixty-fne%" thousand: plants under never lose itmoisture or burn thi-'ii'm, .
f" tlnii induce the fo\\U to take needful exercio. I I'II1th'IItloll.luiII.I ready to invest t hi* moiiu": At each: joint ('t' the plant (If it I" "I'

\ VM> I'AM'V 44OOIIS. !Mill more extensively! in flip !amo direction ill, ho!, lung, ) will put out in live days n.bhers '
:1. Provide yourselfith !lIIIII(' Rood, On the. occasion in' question a lengthy report of hori/otitnl: 1'01'1111' (to the tnpti\ ."
win:: i.AiitJKsr:( AND itisr:: :STOCK) ) TO >HIICT: : nio.M: I, AT 1'IIIt'ty111(1: : thy chid..l', none to ho over three( or 111':11\\ from' )Ir. Jackson W.H road, in whicli joint This gives the tende-r plant not t ,,Ill '
(CANNOT JIM: lNlrlIt::>:UI.D.) rears ..1,1,I. giving one cock to every ho ox presses.I the belief that there would hno <' hpllt'lit.III' its bottom" roots' but root,11

1 Largo( fhipments of( I'.1 1L A.\l "'I %' '1R: coons receive.l weekly.j ilcim9' trouble!. in rmtistnIca! in Georgia on the every joint and, the result is+ that the "jrn-" ,
,t, live( plenty) of tnI.. air nt all\ times of !score of labor mind that the di11lat.,1.. tat: sal rout I Wing deep' \ down in th>ground, ale'
; 1.(1" Wholesale :\II.1ltdail. Oulers I by, mail leceive prompt attention.: the 'car, especially in "uiniiner. of the
I > : i..fldnrIt"' aid' thlllftlH'r l':1n: capitalNts : !tho toiulor body or Mnlk londerplantis ''
s' New York Otlice, f '.' t N.1J.: ('nr. Centro nnd, Thinl, r:01!i\i' plenty of frill \\.iter, daily, and I ,lit l not !soon take the (111I".tiOIof\ ten prlll.'I.,1, by earth fromtho smi until each

._ :Walker\,\ Street. I 1"L d l-1' n n __ Fernandina, FliSAjOOllN never allow tho fowls to gn> thirsty.ti. culture III hand: English capital( would not joint sends, out its: roots, thereby. ,, itlvuifj tin-
t f I.i I;. 1-Vcd them !tiMintiially! two or thre lie long In !locking investment in I tho ten )plant n vigorous !start ; nlthougli; it may 'bo :n
times a day, and, stutter food !no they soils of the I'nited States.: Sam|>'los of hi- foot I long 1\I\ll1ot\, larger than a broom straw
i, ,,tw j & HOYT can't cat toil; fast: or without proper excreise.: tens wore !pent !some time ago to the l firm III' it will form; a :stalk as (largo as one s. thumb
; Do{ not fl'c.IIt1\\, ,' m..n'lhal1 they will eat "I') Thomas Itrothers. tea merchants u in Mincing and) commciie'e'to bloom and bear at >no,>.

.SECOND: STHKKT: XKAIl: J: CKNTI5K.VMIOI.KS.K : dean or they willjl'I tired, of that kind, III' I t time' {,Ixiiidon to bo examined. I In its reply because, it has tho ago and! a full\ snpph' ."I''

.] fe.il.I the English: firm !aid: I : Thl' sample': roots with the: old stem prottx'tcMi from sun
| ASH KETVtt.OllOCEllS : i. conked I food;' ; a mixture Looked; meal; amVegetable though not strung! i is remarkably: fragrant frost nftor firing; planted in this wav. tin-

SHIP ClIANDLEHS i* an excellent tiling for their In appearance' \ the samples resemble Indi.ir, plant will 1'1I10l1t n bold, \'i.tnrnllprom) ,
,, I morning I meal\ tea, (liut. tit( flavor, is more like that of I tin. from IlIenext joint under, the ground'\. A wax
S. (ti\o; :Molt 1"1',1111 the iimrnim, and" tin finest 1 ('hiIl1' 1.' black tea, or of the hill tests with this lIolI l'lI"t' of standing I i on emeu's hemui'!
.AM liK\t.klU) IX \\linlo grain at night. except| t a little wheat of India., k-bre-'iking: :\ pinching and squoring) ten

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place daring the day.: (Ge' rgia, therefore is very evident, not ouh thc-so! poor follows brains don't change: ends,
ICiiij I ('OKOATN I I I I[ HltU'K I I I.nn; : I I ITC'. I Above ,all thintr keep the hen hnnsc I
; I !51. from tho result of Mr. Jackson's export: \ sfoopinij' !; !Mu' much f would !sheiot n man if I
; .---* ---" .---* *" clean and well ventilated.ID. ( \. incuts, but because for a numbor of yearMrs. :< e-nught him :standing on his bond Pinching

Do not crowd too many in ono horse. Sorevcn mudtr.I : I William Hughes(have' my t,1matuPlmtnts; Cultivate we-H. boo and
--- If 'lIlIln, look out for dNe.iio.II. both cultivated, the )plant in Liberty county plow every ten to twenty days Cultivate\ its
'IW: carbolic powder in (lusting: bin! :satisfactorily to tlicnisclu-s. :"'t r. J.u'kson i is you would cotton. inybypirfeetlyican. nml
A J.UU1HOCK: :: OF FUHNlTfltK i ALWAYS OX 1I.\ND. occasionally: to destroy lice now in Charleston: where1 ho has gone t to work as Intl\a:1I: ,cs4ibi('. (Ol\th'rllt prope'tstage '

:--r! __ I::?. Wash your roosts: and, bottom, of inning meet Commissioner LoDur, and in a few Assort!': wrap and. pack well\ nni/ close
ARLINGTON NURSERIES. !su mi HIT, and once month in winter city, and proceed: directly to the tea field III' to ell\ '(in nrrlvnl, and If they fail to

; TIIK. : Hon.[ -Hon. Robert W. Scott:: of I Ken' Mr. J.u; 'kson, whose !success' has be-on :so very' obey and art promptly I\IHllllllkl' prompt .ro
f" lucky' \\ritesth.iltholiHgs t : of our ('ollllln'Inay cnconrtging'ean'glailthat; theenntmio turns, try another good, horse at one-e. /*
bo. generally divided, into two classes: : : sinner is so enthusiastic in tho matter: andi'exerting '. .tl. Oliirr. in( Oiitnwilte; Vnn.uovsr.nout ,

I-Mrst t, those with wnuewh.it' large proportion : ) himself; to give It. a thorough test: ,
\ TICOPICAI iiiMl SKJII-TKOl'H'AI: I'UHIT) TltllllN: : R//NEN,1)E1'111: : t of butte, bodies: well I cmereil with hair, When it is remembered that, 1he :says,, K\
active in habit and restless: in diameter: ; $:!::'.I)4) ),noo) are invested: ( in this country ill
Siliurns nod .. ..o".I.nl: \c. 1'1..1\1'N. the nf I Ithis
f tors: mud 'I.luauI.x: : :\ cnpacitytntake' on fat when mature, and a foreign teas! every year, importance\
\bo overestimated Itopru4 ; cup III'llIg!
I inside,it when of Immature subject cannot
l.irjjo proportion
) which i II ar, half a cup of butter, one cup of ('111,1wrtt'r. !
-- field for future working
t age and lully fed ; erect!. car, and iiiick| in \ u of
two h'l\lItoon"rul cream tartar oneof
million, and nut easily fatigued: ;; ; capable of! most! t encouraging, and which if successful,,
: llu l lr l Tree MAPK]) : A Sl'KCIALTYj mine of wealth to our !MateWe saleratus; !spice to ynurtaite, flour enough
XEW: .\sn (CHOICH]: VAIIIBT1KS: < < < Orange liiuling their food and I wlIll't t either III tin' will prove a
shall watch the of tea culture\ ) to, roll out thin, cut in any f.lmYOllllk('.
rangy: or in largo: pastures' : and fields, and! \progre-ss
t.. -- needing little or no promotion from tin' In (Georgia with the liveliest 1IIIt'rt .-,Mi Diior, (.'\KF.-IIIII cup) of butter, two cups'

weather. The common or -cruh hog; is tin' 1'NlhIOll14.. of sugar: three eggs, six! cups of Hour, one
., j?+t-Send for Descriptive]) : Catalogue. extreme of this typo ; whilo, the Yorkshire cup of milk\ orie tcaspunnful of soda, one
,tI.HER'1' I. 1111)u'Eii.. the Woburii, the" Irish: and the white llcib, corro.vMC t ;(/K.S" i.v !iifHJ1'11 alilr-poonl'iil[ :: of essence of lemon. Drop

1 tf JACKSONVILLE:: FLA.FLORIDA !ford represent: the Improved)' varieties of itThey V.UWIAXA. into :a pan' with! a spoon) and! hake in a quickoven

..' __" _' _. _.u _._ ___ __ _U' --- -. ---- --- -. fur, large are farms the host where t hogs time fur 1141(14 pioneer and life pastureseustltn : and 'In the "up-country"t region( of South (Carolina .
there more complaint; this year thai IIn.TF.\K.\ i.\ r\1Tnllo.nnTfr.-Cutlhl': : '
.' from fifty: toonehundred arresnver: ever lie-fore of the illicit tratlln in sec41cotlon f fillets or ti-ndrrest\ parts! from pimp choice
all hich the have to I""Ig'I.11I1t'1l."t
1880. : 1881. may: (mid, other farm produce' which, in some lo tender. loin polt'.lkhol'O:; them into neat
and and
of food water, espetiall.v'
.; cornlielifaru !+. calitic-s, (is: carried on to a most alarmiii, ) oval pieci-s, each large! eumigh for nile person
THE \\hcrethelargcpea' or grain or extent. An act' was pasNed' \by the last logislaturo and broil them daintily.\ Spread. with
to he f..ltI'I\\1I them 'l'h other and
by (
prohibiting the sale of !such productafter mult ro d'hotel, hatter and !serve on n hot
not loss: valuable' class, is that with Mimllci
bones and thinner hair, rounder bodies, los! sunset: but many cross-road: storekeepcrs platter: Mirroumled l It y green ix-aa or //'Ilirato.

active in disposition' more indolent in habit, have found a great many ways to evadi' KH l.otlltol"ll\lIll'lIr.ill')".
of the law and,! on tin'
and i slower in motion' and greater capacit.vto t the provisions carry )11..1.' ".-Oneipiart o( tlour, one cup and
1c1l<11Il'''>t. Some: of the '
: |
MIRROR take on fat at any ago; and larger pioportion (' hater 1I"lalll.IIII'u\' g losses by the .1lallh'1'1'I u half of sweet or sour lkutwig K* well
of out-Mo fat. The ( iuinc.i and I tin' smal I''futon one t'HH \\ill f um,, I' unf
and I
tinny eif the cotton-baggers' one
1 '!dlm mire the extremes' : in this glass, while] of lard, ono teitiHjonful| of suit, two tea-
estimated, his losses last at tliirjbale's
1 the 1 Bl'I'k"hln', the Chaster'bite, till! E,. l'x,, farmer liltccn hundred: year dollars f|>oonsful! of crriiiii of tartar, ono teasHtonfuIof |
and the J'oland-Chinu( lire the more populai'' eir nearly invaded theginhouse's ( 8od.t' \ in tin milk. Huh( the lard and
Have cotton-thieves (
as well ns: t the III Ire practical' varieties: of it. Not only tin' t'n'alllllf tartar in the flour If the milk i.:-
: The' of (he housekeeper, the pens: all.1lotolof't and )presses, but ae-cording to only one >< oiiful of treum of
: =STE'AMk := sty \ Charleston AVi/vi inn,! IJnurier, they have hour put ti'.ui; i >
: hI' :small farmer, t the ,lop-t roughs: ol ; in the field nnd' traded tartar in the (lour; hake in rll1h''l!
the dairy, the hotel-keeper, the brewer and gathered the crops
+ of thefisltIhernrethL appropriate paradiseof their .stealings 'lo the storekeepers' aftci Neicxu itirr.--'hnptough; : be-e-Me-ak, raw

the hogs( of this latter ela+v. His indo. night, or early In the morning be-fore the and, a pieceof suet t till! sl/c of an i'gg, season
1- 4ri i must 1 he1,11 world, Is: well awake The ,rice allowed 1 I'm with pepper, salt nnd, a little summer savory
supplied hllow'the! ordinary quotation' ,, of breadcrumbs ,I
by the care and. bounty of his keeper Lilt! ,plundc-ris ; add' I two cgg, half a pint
l and then he l'alll'at and, sl"I'1'| and grow to and the poor' ignorant i ne-grodupc's whostoa! \ four or live tablespoonfiiU of cream,
> the mutual delight of himself all.llaiolOWIIl'r. : from the farmers are paid oil by the sturekeepers a 1'IIII1I1I'II'C'O' of butter ; mix and make in a
H e Hois animal still higher in the sale of in faded: \ j goeids, heap\ groe-erios am I! roll with flour suHhii-rit to kee-p' together
an :
and mean whisky. The gain tei the Morckiepcrs put) in a pun' with a little l dripping and" bakeas -
consequently always requiring
e improvement} larger and proportionate amount i very large, and the I danger of eletw tion roa-t.: slice thin when cold
r o has lierc-teifore been slight. In addition tu
of thcsuueskilla1141carc: : : which made theimprovement their nienliandi/ing they generallyeiirrjon lh.vii.Kn: ('IL.\lIc.-lIoil your hard crabs
M maintain It. I whichhemver theyore and take out the meat and mince it. (irate!
HJOB IlIp Thus it may ho .seen 'that each)I tins or I u threatened small( farm with upon they claim two on m'e-s of hrcuilerumbs and! mix with
Vp. kind of hog; has: its appropriate' place' and its( prosecution: them two h.ird-hoiled, eggs ehopjxil l tine. .
that re-.illy
O to have raise-el 1 the cotton: was:
Ij 'uf proper u'e, of which nonuother can entirely homo cayennesalt mud temou-jnice. Add,
I '' stolen.
deprive it ; and tho e who wNi to engage: : farmers' ii:ttu organlcel all this to sit ounces: of the crah-me-at make
In t'lgelfehcnuntythn
4 o anew In raising> them, and thoc who wish" rtec(1vea'sM'httimi. They havicictermincd moist\: and, tins with c'fl'IUI1dl'llII the shells

i --_ (x li w u e to improve their existing stock-, should! act a I' t stamp, ( out: illicit cotton trope fill them, with the mixture, put' some breadcrumbs
11'1.c cautiously: and >.llUul.llI1ul..e :sudl selections: to conviction one engaged over the lop hind brown in a hot t
and! )prosee-utc' every
all the circumstances will make
as appropriate ,
have-. tanned IhnniuyhlrgIutizatinn
the use, the feed!, and. the market beingconsidered. in it. They a
Persons often find their purchases ami' their example! is worthyof (CruiH' AMI C'nK\M.--IIi'iit: a 'eiuurt eif milk

unprofitable! because' they' are not imitation. until it N i hike-warm, put half a tc-iisjMion: ,
I It clniiamoii nail, a heaping teaspoonful -
suitable to their circumstances, rather than powelcivel
because animals were! ditlerent in merit 1r/ ur./
and when therefore the buyers rather: than '1'oMA1'ott4-ThI1: i is important, trembleKOIIIO. or sherry, and stir until the sugar Is dis-

the sellers were in fault.WATKKIMJ and if properly managed; perhaps H"lnll';t add) this to thu milk, put all into
the best paying of all our vegetable; crops for the dish ]in which It Is to bo III'rv.IIII11111I1f
hi Tnew Hralltli: :(.- Mr. II. H.
in talIt'HIHJltJ\rul of the jircpitrcd rennet.
Northern: market As to the diHc-rcnt variety a |
Mover, of (Ohio) who. has acquired' a reputation ( I the Hathaway for shipment It will bo firm in three or tour hours Serve

.BOOK AND== for raiMiugtime very finest of strawberries though'prefer the Acme U said by many to be superior. with sugar; and, rich cream and fresh! peaches,
has, it is "said, about three acres of this ; \ and quartered.Sorriion.En 1.
The Trapley' is also very gejod. I peeled
fruit in bearing, raises: the finest' kind of
} prefer Hathaway because it yields: equally KU: 1. I'lucc the ( in a
fruit, mud gets the highest! t prices. .Mr.Hoyer *
waters\ his garden, whenover moisture well, hits more solidity aiidstundsshipment, warm saucepan! and cover with ooiliiiK
is required I, h.\' means IIlIlll'\'II,1, barrel In my opinion( I better. Have not had CXK-- water; let\ them stand where they will keep"

1: PRINTING HOUSE tank, ill which) I two th-quarter' inch 1 hose ricne'c enough: yet with the Acme to dcuilefully hot, hut not hoil, for ten minutex. Tlu.-
fifty feet long are attached, by means of us tei its merits t'halll.lilllt and test methixl will cook l IHlh whiter and ynlki*.
which the water can ho disohargod on the tlll'IUIII."t' fully this year, though: the bulk i. 1'lacf the I. 'h'llll Is)11ing water and. boll

\ines in about half an hour The/ Link: can tlf my crop will bo the Hathaway variety. three t miiHites: und a half, liy this method
Hot beils II from three to four feet widey -,
e the' whiloof the III lianlenol HoquickU'
be tilled in aliout t four minutes from a reservoir egg
> any reasonable lengthowing( to amount that: tho heat do, *** not penetrate the yolk
and! the quantity given when an acre
Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel, ofvines take a drink is about one hundred if acreage to he 'planted), should l brpretiart"tiu until the bud mlnutr, and coiiMiijueiitly the
and sixty barrel Dee-ember ami early in January, by get- white it hang and the yolk hardly cooke l lnntijth.
ling plank and running a close, wall (rum (' Thu first inethixl ii therefore themt '
rust, to west---eay fourfe.-t.'t high makingtheenoe henlthfuI
r TI.l CULTUltK J.V flKOIHUA. to lean or incline south, or facing the
The United States Commissioner of Agri uu, low enough to just allow the sun to ('mll'lix\s( ilK\lJlltt' -Tale out nil the bones

? FERNANDIN1FLltID1\. culture (generalV.. lib! I 1A'uc.) is >cry enthusiastic ihiiie under. No cold) ruin should bo Mowed I, except. those of the legs. i and ming Till
: on the fcithjcit of tea culture in l to fall on the bed, but watering pots! uu be eaiily done It)' splitting the chicken
till state, and is confident that the ciriincut | hould IMS used when! neeen.sary. Till fence .lawn the back with\ a very sharp knife and
will mott with ultimate III\'N"""m. On or w all protect ttheplantsfrontthecoldllorth hen scraping the flesh .low n the lIiJt i > Stuff

-- ---.--... .. 'Illr lout he gave w hat Northern I "indi and rains, and gather< warmth from 'kith emit lamh finely mincoil( and richly sea
iKJople tall kettle-drum" at the mule of he sun. Jiuttons or nail should be I tacke ",1\11 with |x)'dei\M} herb, a little minced

J. A: J. }Montifomery (>)., tea then halls, on> top the f'II'O",1 as to allow a strip oem- >ik and ntUlth.om"r and Home lemon
tJf i :New York, at which were l pru!(!nt a great lahurg or other cloth to be hung along and J" ... SewupIto ( hu ken, lard the breast
!Haunt added MEW T\VK .'% n MIU' 1UK.SNEN to our office, and having manof the most 'prominent firms m that slowed! to su-penel on the south side in ex- ml put it into a stew-Pan on a layer ofleHrt
dh'. At this assemblage CominiMioner: IeDiic reme e*>ld nil{\ItS. and) then th..nl"n1)1) after minced onion and ywmley, and a fem'
SKILLED) 'VORKMF.N'whit know how to ute the name, we are'now ( fcubmitte.1 to the men.bants samples of unrise This protection will hold well in lice of bacon. Pour around it Home good

>ared to du und emery kind of printing.v {teangnjwnon the tea plantation Mr. J. "very severe weather, and is the best I have tru.k and a ic'1"1' 0( *>herr)'. Cover the pan
prej lackitou, of Liberty county in this tate, vcr tried. The beet itself should be rsiedH1 anJ let it i-ook slowly for two hour Then
and, which teas were of the \brands known > good compost at (least four inches high tab up the chicken, strain the liquor, put it
it. Pekoe J't'''' &l1\hong.: SouthoiiK and iith pole or plank above the level of the bat.k on the range and let it boil! quickly" to
IJongou Severe! drawing were made +rvtniniwi snrfaf The newt shonld' he well a tflaze. Kruli the chicken over with this

FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD from each of these kind i of tea, andwere I akin in and the bed well sprinkled with and nerve on a platter surrounded l with'
tcttI by the merchant, who generally"UprettKfl ater. 'are should! IH- taken not to noV too I luihroorn, cookea In a Irown'gravy

the opinion that the fvoryia tea hick l : fur here in this bet they should) stand .
(i>nij} &ref frost is over, and j if they I A coop; brother (in a Itaptltt church of
nut in trt-nxth, with the be rt Indian tea of liould I'iJ1t11"elve to sixteen inches high i hermit[ county. Ind., while giving "hU ex(>c
the better I hat them to mtencu I ence, not long "go.wud : llrcthrcn, In-
AHeutlj. Mini u<. .'heap ar nnj Office In Florida. the Mime ('hanuit'r.'fht'l'lIlIl'Ili"iolwr. 110) much i '
bed before h thU nigh onto fortv t"
ma>le nome '"l"r)' int."r.e..tiug I/looming in transplant cell a tryln' years
rtatemenU ritranlinK the culture of InK. Here they are protected with less "rve the Lord pud.! get rich Loth at'untt, nn.
his tea. lie Maid that Mr Jackson was a ruble. and will grow aster than anywhereIse. I tell }'('r. U'n nilghQliar(l'"lc
icouhnian, who fur fifteen yean, had bwnHKageil .. l're[>are land as with cucumbers! ev -- ,
a. in tea raiding in India. Home L'clL the t
(nontlm ago he came to thenlh: I States, (full three to five feet in the hill, with only .. virtually a school not only olJI'IWlI.wt of
end hfttiiiK: heard of the adaptability ofiC1F one plant The land should tie bedded out Annvr)) Sergeant of the Ccrterfleldlanrpm
,(1a (".il for nillivation (if the tea 'fI'l'II. then open the: water or middle furrow )> (who are ittanduig ease:) "lam
.1ft" I ,in'tindjouroixler far rill.VTINO. HINIUNU and KtTLIN'O tu office, outde : plant, became greatly intervxted ami deter- dl''J' and clear A careful dropper should raid, gentlemen niunt rwiucat you tuaie

.. the tatl'. On lew forfither, will n'I"t'in'l'nJltIl't attention from' in. Addre" n I nined to iQ\'totigaU!the matter. Huvisiu' l drvl' or place eovh the IA an upright po U > to attention u our friend the raptalu!
veral Iollthm.tat,.., and finally bought Ion, with root at top of furrow and tap it about to tr\' i>a.si on your courtesy M far'as

FLUIHn"lInnnn, II IIuli the plantation of Mr. l e resin, in IJbertyount leaning to one side. The plants should tie to ask you' tu do him the honor of formg M

') I'XRSASDI SA, FLA. >', who, sonic: t1f.'nty'fivc or thirty taken out of the water dripping; another fours.1't


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( REFLECTIONS.) : the late civil: war. (Jeneral Loring entered: f MM: t K: Shear and sun( Mr Mary i'rost I ( t and r",' ,,herfjTof' AViwwii ( ()Il"'I/. -

r' the service of the J Khedive 1I",111n11 command. three children, .\ Frost! t, P Johnson, foIIIUtlJlI'IIIH'tt :: ld/r"/; rr f t!,,, 31rn!+ r : We respectfully 1' t propose t A, H. XO\'I'S-;
g.w .t YKAiij: $1.110 ron .SA.V J//JAT//X" of his: armies and stood In very near I per, 7. T Anilcrsnn, Thus: Muhar, James to the \oti-i!! of this. (i-imnty Mieritl.MNV the!: nameof
ollicc of : )>>(
I __ P. K.-llv l for the 'nOl'EltXU SHIP CHAXDLER[ ,
! u- - Honal relations to the !sovereign lie saw Taylor liarney (Cocorin, John Shroll, John : (CITIZEN: *. G'
To Correspondents.OmTrsjtontlcnl : :
some very hard: service in the Abyssiniatcampaign. !:! Larkin, John Dillon) H Son/alez, (C Kgglcston : ..-- .- 111\: t.tlt: I tx

this *will oars pierxnnxfu.bg direct Fi.omiiA liitshiCMivlth ; When the Khedive resigned. III'' It :-.mlnll'k.\: P.iddcll\ Henry (Or'S1e! Just Itecetvedlly

-MinnoK, J"/pf ,jilrasc 1'ln. to favor of his son, Oencral' 1.orlnJre'ign,1'' steamer City; of Awl In a fresh and\ l'ro\'I'Ilolt'l.! Liquors, Etc.Ac.txr .
,' --. -- --- his position and returned to Florida, wherehe COIIR very: fine supply\ of (Caulitlower*, Tomatoi-s: r

)In. CAI.I.IXDEU': : of the $::00 I
memory, informed the audience he spoke to The tcueral's lecture! was listened!:! to will (It,UNKSVIU.K:, Octobtr 2.J. For sale by Mu ANNECUUKK.: -

here that his journey The in Alachua: (especially! cotton/) ----.- -
was putcly philantliropic great interest and pleasure, sparkling as it craps CENTRE :STREET: ,

-say to the fauna of$200:!( ) did with romantic incidents, adventures, have:sttlfcred a good. deal by the September Brick,
---- -- galeand the more recent bad weather. The Lime, 50: tf FERXAXDIXA, FLA.
and views of the modern, descendants of one Cement, __
Arrived at-cwYork October schooner -- --
general however I is
of the earth. pectofthccountry pros Plaster,
the most ancient people
11 1 in. Wilmn, Sandenson, Fcrnatidina, twelve ----- ---- perous.' Already new settlers are prospecting Hair, JiltS AXXE ,

,day!' with lumber to !Slavic it Petty. Tree Planting. ); for location", and. many m more are expected. .\T S\snonx HOYT'S.
Clcarl'll-8chooncr S. C. Etinitf Sylvanus ) ST., lUrr.: (CKSTUE: A AtAuir.v,
P.ilatka rpIIlUI
A few years since some one at When the election is over, many
Wanted{ at Once:
Fcrnandiim. I II started the idea of planting the sour orange who have waited to vote at home will\ sil
:;Nt I barrels Florida :Syrup. ?
'- -- -
1'E shade tree along the streets. The example their faces southward (iainesville! is
are pleated' to; learn; from the LuxVe as! a : \ again :'Kin;, 'bushels :Seed. 1'otatoes.
.11 I was followed by others, until now partially isolated by the high water in tin A. H. XOYI'*.
the generally bordered' with orange -- -
streets are prairie interfering with communication With
low-townsman, James! :-;, Furlong, Esq., has
trees and in the winter, laden the Xt'Wth (' +ctttcuts. and VofjelnMo*.
been appointed. postmaster of that rapidly- present eastern and southern portions of the .. ..- -- Choicest Fruits
with their bright, golden fruit,a mr>!\t attractive county. A pi-rmnnent bridge and causeway
, growing city. Many of our citizens will\ remember J. >. KOHSOX A SOX,
appearance, and have done as mm'h as arc needed"l nt Prairie Creek, and have been CNFECTIOXERIES'() : ETC.IJliss' : .
Mr. Furlong with most kindly( feelings !- ..
anything oNe to give Pulatka its reputationfor greatly needed for" the last three years. Hut II
(.t and joint in congratulating both him
I beauty pleasantness.: Some persons, the county i is: in debt, and it is proposed' to I Commission .TScrcliants, J -- : CirIh'lIil'l'rl: :>l, Flowers, Farmland
r and the people of Las Vegas on this well\ 7 tf
+ ( (. merited npp dntmiic11t. in our city have set the same good example, fund the indebtedness, most! expensive! Garden Implements.'

t _____u ____ but it seems!' to be, very slowly followed If way of paying a debt-adding interest to the CHARLESTON: :S. C., -- ---------- -- ---

I'm 't The Weather. our real estate owners could appreciate tin principal and deferring I payment.! Thceoun- Axui'L A rienxi: >,

/ In the early part of the week it "was quite effect. which it has on the eye of a stranger, ty would do much better to receive its: scrip| ( I ( themselves: strictly to their :
1' CONFINING : ( O FECTIOXlm1'lInIU :: ,
? f$ cool making! a lire quite agreeable. It turned and (the benefit which it would 'onfl'rllpon at face value for county tax proper, and at : i11l' !', 1'(' I'I'I.tfllll"lidt con I I BAKEIXD

I i 1 warmer Wednesday and we had n heavy tho city and upon themselves( they would half its face for the special} tax. A county signments. : ;

rain on Thursday night. I move in this matter with more energy/ amiperseverance. goes to work and, makes a debt payable in --- -- -- -- ----

.t --- --._ Thousands of people pass scrip at about) two to one dollar of real | r E it T 11.1 'A E: us. j
The City of Austin. Fcrnandina winter. If as value received then funds, it bonds
through every giving -- ---------
This fine steamer of (the Mallory( line ar TOYS .ANN) FANCY AUTIL'LES.Weddings .
' they passed! up the river and approached the at eight per' cent Interest! fur its! face value, This", business, has been' our special trade,
' ; \'l'IlolI Wednesday, with a large passenger when all directed to observing thus paying three dollars for
wharf, eyes arc eventually, for over twenty year, :and wo have endeavored
list and heavy freight. She discharged! on, the town, they were to sec the streets one. A few years: ago; they went into debt, to furnish!i our, )planting friends, a ITllK: I Entertainments, and Picnics, .
Thursday and sailed fur New York yesterday ARTICLE:, and their continued,l patronage is: furnished! at the !shortest notice, at rock-bot
bordered with the deep rich, green orange for a jail on this:l principle and without a
our best indorsement. are prepared to tom prices, at
extending her. trip to Jacksonville trees decked with the bright yellow fruit, dollar In the treasury, im'IIrI'l.IIlialtilit l )' of (fill orders l for all kinds:l of Fertilizers, together ANGEL'S; : P.AKERY,

t J Constitutional--- -Convention.As and if, In addition, In every lot the orange fourteen thousand: < dollars. Our county system with our Cotton and Corn Fertilizer and Centre Street,

was to be "seen their impressions! of Fer.nandina needs:1 great reform. The political caldron (Compound Acid Phosphate': \: __2.:} Opp. old P. C O.JJuilding.! !i _.
there i is difference of
a opinion among J. X. KOIJSON:( :; t :SOX,
would! doubtless, be so favorable boils: furiously hlrt"Iachlla has:l a & T U V -Yrit4
Democrats as to the advisability of holding f IN i! Charleston, :S. C. $!
n convention, the executive committee of to lead. many to pass the winter here, or large surplus! of black population, and hence -- ;

)' this have had of their tickets some to make permanent homes. We are, is a strong I'epublicnn county ; :so !strong .\, W. I'II/'KII'/I", JNO. WALKER,
county : part I: W. LOHMANX'SFAMOFS:
\ printed "For 1COli n'n tion and part as it 'were the gateway of Florida, timid tin that a nomination for the legislature\ 1 by the .. .

"Against! a Convention," so that persons traveler's' first f thought, as: he approaches Republicans: III'Ufl'l'cdioll! ; but' this: year Y.4:4.OCKi: YATES:::,
shores, i"lof the fruit and (lowers! for which there are two tickets in the Held, -the : .-
may vote as they choose on this question.!
-- -- -.-. Florida i is: famous. We can make our I Hush and Dennis ticket, and the Walls (( ('"'KRnJ.t WVLKHI Jacksonville,) z
: Prepared Flour.
Note Cotton .11111.I city a city beautiful by the sea If we will !ticket. The posit ticket claims to be the regular f
.\ttornt' and .
\\0111'0 pleased to chronicle another large! unite in the (,(ftlrt. What has been' done ticket, but the other ticket has strong: "

cotton mill in the South which has been already shows what may be done by nil, and !support from IJNbee's" :I friends. The brainsof '
.{ recently put up at .\U IIltl1! The mill i is example is contagious: for good or evil, for; the party a.certainly on the Ihish m and ONLY FI1CE: TrIm:; POUND.

; called the Sibley Mill and is one of the beauty or ugliness:I, for care or for neglect. Dennis ticket. '1'111'holh claim) to be" sure tube; adjoining (Clerk of the Circuit (Court. .. .
0- ..
! largest); cotton mills: in the South. It will Persons can be found who will contract to of a majority.: There Democratic ticketin .1'. .. ,

1 I give employment to one tholl.a\\llol''ratlH's] furnish: plant and insure the wild orange' \ the field, but its:l chances: of success depend WMTKII, : 1 R.: YTI.tllr: )'. Public.! liltt ._n-ti; AT OLD 1' O. BUILDING.._ -iti
-- -- ---- -- -- --- -
(nd will add' to the wealth and prosperity of and a few trees In front of each lot will bea } on the evenness of the two Hepublicanwings. : -- ,
ii. I:. I)OTTIKIK: :
<;oi'M v ('O. SIS ,
beautiful Augusta.Vt'! should be I glad to small individual expense ami,I a great pub :l. Tho Democracy of the ('lIlIlItyI't..'

be able to record the beginning of some lie benefit. making a splendiil ell'ort to bring! out their p

Himilur enterprise in our own I State -- --. full strength! Numerous<1 well attended I ........... .............................,........... ................. l"EHXXDJX.FLomn.: .\,

The of School been, each suction of
Superintendent meetings have held in : r.'.,' 1..I.-'I'IIIZI.'I-- :
Marine X'u's. 1'illlor Mirrrtir: Under the caption (If"lIelllol'ralie the county, and, a !spirit shown \Vhichif inii.Kit: IN
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: The schooner) 1111. Jours, which left New 1"III"chollltill'\ 81m trot I'm emulated.I in other portions fit' the district, t'iuc .'' a in lly Groccric s

York on the 10th, returned on the -.M, with of the :SJtli; instant, contains tin article reviewing cannot fail to insure siuices: )1 r. li"!bec bus "

1 /t the dead body of Silvey H. AlIl'lI, seaman, the utterances of the Democratic made: a very thorough canvass: of the county i THE 15ESTrillMXI ; .\\II :\

f whllllicl on the night of :21st.?. 1 speakers at a meeting 1\1,1111\ the city on the t visiting, every preunct. His' policy, evi PROVISION'S.Customers : : \r
(n! for (FALL (n.\IlII'X--it: ) : : being' ) ,
Schooner 1:. If /J1'/lIItIllUIH1, Iliggins, from 2Jnd: infant, in which fount i Vuter" states: dently. is to try to incYcnse the (colored.l vote J. mot only a perfect" plant food. but will

King's Ferry with lumber to Eppingcr itCo. : that the principals' of the public' schools in and raise his majorities: in the Republican: keep all insects: at a respectful: distance.

., arrived in New York on October:!: Jo'erilillllliwg't; more (meaning salary) because counties ill h'ulof1I.tin, tilllcilllh"I'II\lII- Fur sale in any ijuantity' large: or small
and l'IIlIlItl'orlt.'r delivered) FREE: on an rely upon getting} CHOICEGOODS ;
Schooner Lucle Whentley, Jacksonville, they are the political chums of the ties:I having/: preponderance< of white population. (
4 boats irear" *. Vegetable; growers, TRY IT.
K nine days ; schooner 11'" ". Jiucki, Jacksonville : superintendent I desire to state to '' Honest If t'I'POI'I'IIII'I' true, money is being COULD CO., asNOT1iING

{ six days', and schooner (/irvmo, Jacksonville ''ill,, and the public) that the young freely ust-d and is' freely demanded by his:l (CiI i I ::5m. S W. Hay St? Jacksonville. Fla.Staf .

i3) eight/ days, arrived in Xew York by man, principal' of the colored school in this colored allies. In this! county; it is understoodthat <' -of-- .Florida- -- .Vii.ssitu- ----(-'ouu"---'. I5UT THE: FINEST( : 1JUAXDS: : ;A

j the 2M of October.LiVKitiooi. city, receives the same pay, $..0) per month, Iti..bee favors the bolting: ticket ; [in 1 Du- :
) \'IIlT1-.fllIlCXl''ulilln: : issued I I out
'j ., October 13.-Sailed for Fcr- as was paid myself'when) in charge of the val he favors the regular ticket. Intelligent I ) of the (Circuit' Court, Fourth Judicial .

nandinubark I'sko, Hester. school. That he i is a gentleman, Christian! men of each party think his: majority in Circuit, in and for; Nassau: County, Florida are.kept in stuck. .
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and decided Republican' ) and would nutyield Alactuta'volt be cut down, and that be will upon a !judgment: rendered: on the :24th clayIII' ('. BAKT. -.
ISM.), in certain suit in favor of H. hTEIT%
April a ,
Another Southern Steamship.That : iota of (his! conviction as: to his vote of 1S7-S Ifso '
up one not gain on : anywhere. the I'lailltil1'aJllllltain..t!)! the defendant, in { IIAKT A:: CO.,
the South has entered upon career duty as such, for the position: he holds: he bus no chance: of success: At one which !suit W. l'. C. Duryee) was plaintiff

.>f progress! : and prosperity we have tibun- and) uncertain pay in "a.h. It i Is alleged, time it was: thought be could\ be useful at and, I D. M. Hammond defendant, 1 have levied Importers: and Wholesale Dealer in

i//J' slant evidence on all hands.! Mr. Conkling that I wrote that art'clo.' Now, let me tell Washington but moit people know that the l iiMin] and will i"1'1i. before the CourtHo'isedoor and
Foreign DomesticFruits
J I may sneer and seek to deceive people at the "[ful/t/ll \\'ottrt and the unkind friindseimos-:: interests of Florida can I bo, better I subservedby on 'I the lint t in Monday I'\'rnawlinn.'xui..aq: in November County, 18,1),,

North but the business men at the North hog to make this charge against toe, that u Democratic!) than a Republican congressman being the first ..1:1of said month, within the Nuts, (

are too well informed to bo blinded to whatis whatever 1 may have occaMon to nay against \ from this district. legal hours of :said: saleday, to the highest '

going on before their eyes. !It I is but a few the present! school system' and its Officers, I -- bidder, for; cosh, lots :;2, :'Sand t 4, in block 33, Xos. 5.15. and .n"9! Market[ Street,
City of 1 Fernandina. Levied the
lays since we noticed the completion of anew will state fearlessly and over my own sig List of LettersRemaining property!, of ]1). M. Hammond.: upon as CHARLESTON::; :SOUTH: CAKOLIXA.(

steamship, for the Charleston('. natureA mlsstatcmcnt:: of fads docs nobody ; in the Po.st-Olliceat Fernandina, PETER: ('ON1( 1-::.

"'now sec announced the trial trip of anew good. Nassau: county, Fla., Ol'tlhl'rI, ISMI. Persons Shi-riU'of Nassau Countv, Floiida.IVrnandina Z. Consignments: i <.f Fw>im\: OnvxuKsolicited :-.

and superior steamship for the Savaniiafi any calling for these. letters must say advertised Fla., October' :1', l" o. and prompt} returns made C;.; -IIII1 \
Will "Ilo" +'exl 'lV/r"-eadatKl ponder these I .
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line, the Axiju.ilfi. which i is said to be utterances from the great Sa'iit Paul and : State ot J'lorhliiassau"- ('aunty.r [. 1 It.tUKNIG11T, .

equal to any I steamship sailing from !the' profit (hereby"I'ut away Iving, sneak llailie' Jinnie Johnson, Johiinie- 1u M. 1'. lirXCKLEY( : : AttENT.WHOLKSU.E; : .
( Marv .\ Lawrence Charlie
port 'f New York. These new bteamcnt will every man the ,ruth with 1-is. neighbors: :l, for Davis''liller, Mary, 'I,: Maxwell,,T) W ,1.You are hereby notified that a writ of B'W. ,AM JIT\II.:

form a part of thu existing lines and will wo arc member one of another." Dawn, J M I M\x\vll, T WDeckner attachment has attached been I issued toati..rthcll"III:11111. against: you nn,1YuUI' : AND FTOCK( DEALER,
the Savannah and Charleston Theresa Mitchell Alice property : .
connect through
J. It. lUr.L.\ii: ; .
of Clarence (\VilH.ims, amounting to <'!!.
steamers running Florida with ourown -.-. - Harris: J Daniel PJckett; JllIl'1:1': lii-HH Now, unless you shall. appear before/; in Ice.

,.ft).. COIiHIOUf't'H. ;tittL.'F. J JlI1ltLI.: 1'. M. J. .\. ElU-rmann a Justice of the Peace in 'f1NN1SS1:1:1t1I:1'A:: : : : : SPECIALTY:

The following i is a list of consignees by "1I.liir .said County' at his otlice tit Fernan- It(ROOM :STREET: \\'11l1f',
Circuit Con it. the steamship: City Austin : .\. O.! X- W. I, MAIll.WIttrt illna, on the 4th It\ of December.! ION), tit 1'J-tf -
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10 oYlock a. in., judgment! will l hc renderwl!
On Saturday Judge\ ;, Arvhihald: j pa-wed the T It. It., :\. Dkkcrhou, 1'. 1 I. Couter, H. of Fernantllna. against you.DatedthN. -- naaneautar-

fol'owing; sentences! upon the prisoners convicted lurch I J. K. Mcddauirh" ) ).:.1. M[, W. ])uw- lImn w.ITER. 1st day of Ol'tol.'r. 1-<:sI 0.) .
at the fall term of the circuit court ) "'III. Manon J. W. CLARENCE: WILLIAMS:-', riulfrtnUiiiK.It. : .
; mite, Order (} ); Thompson .
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SaturdayOctober; : ... 4:5.A.: )I. .1:10: st, fKJ-td;: \ -- -- --- -
5 t William Flowers, manslaughter in thethird )lrs. Philo Smith, Horsey J.(; ('no.M& Sunday, :n....... 5:47: li.oH; -. ".. -.......}..'Iuilltill'a M. IIEN1)ERSON .
in the lllndauv.. 1 U\Ii":\ H; : 7" t
degree, one year penitentiary. Mirror,John Hedges, llilluol X llailey, J, : : J .

y ,It John Williams, forgery, three months! in D. Jones, J. .t T. Kydd"' l H. WaasX Son, Angel TUCb&la Wednesday,)'. "" '3.!...... .:::13":?; H35Thursday 7:47":: "' -- Sloea" aud'TIuu'ttre.STRIi1'1' --- I-\Xl'I"\l'TJmxj( ,\X" FFltNI HIXC!

county jail.Abraham. A Fricuttr'F.t?costa, Mrs. Clarke, A. 4...... Ou-I": J 11:2): : tv KUOTIIIIIC,

Graham, burglary, two mouths: A. Mode, G, Starve,Mrs..t.: C. 1'. Starke, J. Friday, 5..... \11;M 10:1(1": ( Sivond Street, opposite Post-Ollice UNDERTAKE .

a in county jail. II. Prescott, J. n. Head, F. \\'. Simmons, II, ,

The offences of forgery and burglary are 1':. Dfttterer, A. Seydell Pro., J. K.: Hammerly Fernanillna Market.CX i FIFTH ST.. nmx.\X1>lx.\, FI.I ..\.

crimes of the highest grade, and, if the parties A. teal: .t. B. Noyc-s, Sauborn tt > ("!'}:) WEEKLY BY WM. HWTET. I!

wen* rightly ,convicted deserved: I' different Hoyt, Brig IhiUy, Bogart, A. 1'. Wright, Spirits Turpentine, per gal........ 40@ 41 rZ.t I
Basin, common, per hh1..1 :25t1: ( 3.1
: and higher-punishment than imprisonment John Lynch Tar..M.......none in nurket. .
in the county jail for two months -- -- --- l.'rudo TuqH'ntine..............none in market.
,on* true and threo! uiontlit In tho other. I lnn" eng.rr List. CottonSea Island in the seed... 41 i fc y 5rernantlhui

tiucU trivial punishment of bush grave of I Per steamship City of .\us 'in 1'1'1)1Xcw ----- .

fences I* calculated to give hlll'uuity to crime I York : Mrs U :tarku Miss Katie Stt rke, Mrs H tall Market, I .,-y

TTilNon, Win Appleburg 1.: Smith, Mr )FWUR nF.1': <'. I
lessen the fear of uubhllll'u t. : I
and 11'emay and Mrs! : A Wheeler and II'antICI:1l1lle" Flour, per barrel....................$ also say thatthe expense .lux-ping these Meal, per barrel....... (<* 4 W
criminals: & is thrown on the county instead I KvWy, Mrand Mrs L Merriam, Miss K: Griffin Grits, tier barrel.......... (& 4 w+ n'C.LLISE: :;, WOODEN COFFINS ,
elf the State. The fact that they ure colored W Smith: Jr, H U lUtes, W Winueg. Sugar: per l iKiund... tii l<$ 12i:? AND
is Mr and MrsO: L Meyer, U linden, MisuS HTrampton I liacon, pt-r {1"11\11'1......... ........... liJCi 11 CASKETS: ":t:
be taken for what it worth. '
may ( t-rn, biisLt-U. 75ji( ls)
Mrs M I Larne Miss i: BrownV I't'r WHITE )1r.I.XH; SILVEU PI..VTEI;}* .'
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llice, i-er pound........?...... 7iti(: J ;
1 General Taring's Lecture.Our Herdiiun, Ii U TMmptou, J 1 J': Millard, Andrew hotter, per j ound................... l3ij.( 40 TRIMMINGS :.A

citizens had a rare treat in }listening: to llrudy, J H 0 Pratt, Miss C Lee, F PMersereau lard, pt-r ixjuml. .......... ...... 11(<41 1-: fOVIN.: HEATERS.: ANGi.R'-'. .J=?: .\ Y ON :

the interesting; lecture on Egypt, deliveredat XoyesS Collins, H f: Spooner, )day I per Ktt 'amnnd4.... 1 25( ; 1 3.Itnin .'> UN AMI :>:UEI.THOXrAla: : :, HA\D.-ftx
and Middlings, {jn-r lox low 1 :30)( Lyceum JIall CM Saturday last by Pasha Mr and Mrs: Dt-bojuin and two thildrui, M' potatoes, per barrel............. i: "afev :3. i j ItOOFlXli( AND U'TTERINO: 15 Klles
luring, one of the Ute Khedive of Kgypt's: (} \\' Uines and two on>. J Norman, Miss A l'ubLl'lwi,,' in good order. i3t( 5u washed and fire's 'Il and preserved ,
. Cl'tTMUKH: WOOD PUMP, Ere.A ; until burial, with or without the of ice.
111(1"It tnutec.hull honored lieutenants. After Norman, Mr and Mrs 1 KCumpMI: Mrs: S K Fairtogooil!. 3 60@, 4 00 Kcmaim exhumed and use tWa:

, through the Mexican war with distinguished lUlkeleg, Mrs I J 1J t :State: Mrs CI Urge stock of Moves on hand.! (;ive us: removal.TtUgraphic. placed m for
going; Knapp UUSCllI: TO Tl I K: M I iUtO U. *PKU 5 I u call, and, i-ompare our puces with tlu"'sc of ,
honor,antI gallant serving rough )Irs W K: Pale, Mn James Laidlow and son, i t s annum ; f 1 fur mdx i months I other Jiouses, here or c-lsewlK-re. a.-jm orders promptly attended to.

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