Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00092
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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: November 27, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
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System ID: UF00054505:00092
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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slur/; A7irs.At this class, tnen, it !seems' as though twice for the purpose! of (frill, vegetable and vine a. m. Mr. Jeorge Hill of MaJtland, in this :ST. ('.\Tlltnton/I.: November 22.-T*Ice from 41

this !sum vli t!:' be 1 but poor condensation.; : culture. He has been waiting the re ult of county, wflsdNtnihcd I i by the !ouortitig} of hNhorse two to three inches thick}. has formed (lit the

Columbia.t Hut for(\Lbts!wk and his venturesome crew the election, and Hloxjiam's' suetx-ss was: the and confusion among the catth'. Presently \\\\ :,," casual. .

A colored festival! some 1 live miles from where woivn-be to-day ?-l\n&\.oln -111- event that induced him to heroine a permanent his dog bayed something in his!' front ..1 siii'.rri:. :

(t town, on :Sat unlay night lust: t. George Nelson: mitre. J itlIIt.-Th boanl of state canvassers yard. him k itig II kunk or n "'ssiini: was!' .> :I

was shot and instantly killed by JosephWood. '111111110" 0"{II.. will\ commence: the canvass: : of the after his chickens lie ,went out in his nightclothes .\ 1tt'TIf'l'I.'ut': tI L.tlfi1U:114:
There seems to have been mi old Already liiivc quite a number of Northern vote of the lateclection on Friday. 2Uh( in"t. taking his gun loaded with duck I'ttX WITH rllIotn.'lIlm11: ME9 FROM .. rt

grudge between the parties! of t which many viMtofljlTumpu: for t the winter t andwe The !hoard will consist: of AttorneyGeneralllaney ; shot. Following his! dog..11(' was: led Into the nUn tilE EFFEcTS OF TIlE tRt'(;.

present knowledge, and the dilllculty : hear orait! many more on tltl'irtY Comptroller Drew and Secretary of scrub near by. As soon a* discovered\ the Our community was painfully shocked || lnyestenlay -

would; have been averted hilt for bad whisky: or enninon; Scarcely: ii mail but what State 1'aukin. Otllclafjp-turns from all the- animal i had: taken a t tree. and t thinking it n : morning to learn of the sudden! :

and the carrying of secret weapons. These brings iHiost! t of letters nuking: for information counties have been recMVed, except from coon, he rtturned fur hi* clothes.! I Having ;death of n chaMniiig nnd ostimnblej'onug : I K.

negro festivalsarebccomingpuhlie iiui-Miiecs: nUifthN! section of the couuntry.We Dade. The vote for iSfcsidential electors: also secured torch he went back tohNdog.; lady, Miss[j: Jennie M. Payne, who resided .

They tire too frequent and it rarely happen* arc t1rrthat'... we have not the will pnibably be tlk* l first ('counted as the The animal by thi* time had: moved on a with her hruthl'rilJ.IIollr well\ known

that one pa*cs \without, a murder orSIflIC time to i.cf :nil This week we have electors: arc requireAby) law to meet and vote short distance. Fully convinced in hi:!'.own citizen )[tr. .1. H. M'Ni'll, on Jones street,

, other serious ,1imcu1t .. Wood has escaped letter fri iitI; asking: "is:! I the climate for President on the first Monday[ in I December. mind! it was coon, ho increased his :speed. near Price, nnd with whom she hail ,lnvn, pl"

\ to parts unknown.--/We ('iff/lI'pm'la. of South >riu.i ,good l for consumptivts\ ?" .-I'ltiriillnn. and vas !''IOllltO'r hear the animal: I, but the 1 living} since her chihllio!
Jiu-al. another ft Kama-, wanting to know when Madison.I night was :411 dark and t the scrub so thick he MNs I Payne i has: been I' SU' tT'rer. for sometime' I .\

At McMurray[ & Hrittnin's; stables i is some is: the \\.d hue to C'IIIto Florid.i. ami Friday morning Judge Withorspoon, could not; !?' eo it. The dog, incoiiragcd by past from" nervous headaches', nnd on several} "

L1 arrived the North still aiiot from; Teiineseeliich: do*ires who had been sick all the week. starle l in a his presence, attacked it. He now concluded occasions had been hoticcd Inhaling chloro ('
41 fine stock, lately from I ,- form fur relief, Mio was often remonstrated ih )
1 that will soon be sent to n Mr. Davis' place to know beep: would thrive and do well buggy! by himself for his home at Moely[ the animal made: a strange noNo for with by /her !brother-in-law nnd her' sister 41i-

some eighteen miles south of S.uiford. in this otry ; but the most: dillicult one hall When near the bridge OUT lie cascade coon, but felt convinced it WII-III: coon nev, ou tho I subject, and I they I were of opinion Hint J (Ii'r

r: horse and of all to ver i is the gentleman at Alton, stream, below )(1', "'. 1.. \\'hiithicksLll ertheless. K now took si tree. M I r. Hill she hnd( aliamlon' its use, On Thursday she .thit, :
stock i is
the an imported
Among I hud ,
V fifteen months old that Illinois )ftMiiits to "knowheii the (' ', some one behind him from t the bushes: : heard l limbs- break as it went up and could one of these attacks, nnd compluiiudofsuft'cring ..' t R,
an Ayrshire: hull nearly all day, but after nightfall tilt!
1 cost: $200.-The Duke and Duchess (Italian Tampa} cc ('reek A: St. Johns: Kailroad called out Halt. (Sodden you, halt ( hi see: the tree'beiid under its: weight, the tree appeared iiuicli relieved', nnd on rctHiu'$ ,
I ) of telluccti! now in New York.1aa'c would 1 hmlldl'II.-Thl' weather was looking around the Judge beheld a negro being small: ; but still it ('could only be a about half )past ten o'clock! expressed heiSlfas : 1 \1

engaged rooms!' ut the Ctirlcton. Th ,:ir! cool cno for fires: on lust t Tuesday! inoining. with a gun ('ol'kl'llulIJ pointed llIt him when ('oon. Throwing his lurch behind I him, with Y\comfortable( nml Mi free.is frothmhInhit.'slcrulsty j.,....

horses and carriages left New York yesterday: ; I .-'orange; \packing business: : i lively the negro immediately pulled the trigger, one band he "shiuod" its eyes, and lifted make her appearance morning at breuklnst s Puyiio, which did not id .

by steamer for Jacksonville. The Duke will ('l1Ipln 'lt among: the! (children one and but the cap pupped nnd the gun failed to bedischarged. the gun to his right shoulder with t the other.While served: at six o'clock and her brother-in-, i.

take solid comfort in riding along the ponds' (l1Il'lwhltS'pel'1 l/IIx-'c learn that : The Judge put the whip to his just! in the act of firing the animal law sHiijiosing flint "fie hud overslept herself : '
shower. Theoxecntivc the ligliiuse keeper at Kgiiumt: Key has horse, which was! a spirhcd iiail, and vas: turned its head, and not I being able to see its ,, culled to lit'r hut received no rl''pilt"t
in Hay street after n good U I( t then went up to her room, &\ ,
committee of the Stale Park A":>\oc I had to u' hfs family oil' from that i island, soon out of danger.; : The Judge says he I eyes longer: he I fired at the bulk. Fortunately lug nt,the door called her again, nnd reed \' iIimm.

at ion has determined to have its annual exhibition on Ul'l'Ot: ;the terrible stench from.. t the heard the negro pop several other I'IIhilt\ I for him he hit the heartand theshot lug no reply entered the apartment and i>erccivcd .

begin on January 2.;tli-S'im and dead 1Ii-<1."Ih,1 ash iWC.-Tnnijitt (iunnlinn; the gun was not discharged" cither t time. It was: fatal, though till gun was loaded with 1 that she was "1'I'url'ntl'lIoUlllf asleep. .
> Surprised ut t this he shook '
j'a'eM. The tliometcr was down to 44 Tuesday: is: greatly regretted that Judge \Vitherspoonfailed diick.snot.I To I his i great im rt'rit' a I huge animal and failing to arouse, her he hersevcral became alarmed time*. .\

morninhoi coldest! weather yet'for this: to recognizO thcjiegro, as he deserves I fell out, breaking t the I limbs! III its ,fall. and I ran to the house of t the next neighbor,
of that section of the Way-
The grading season.IJic: Crescent IIthat. t the I cane! to serve a term of t years in t the penitentiary.Lifoinust I I He now thought it must: bo t the I largest coon and! requested tho lady to accompany him to ','IeJ

cross road between Three Mile[ \ Hranch and crop ornundo 1 is: good and that sugar! 'I ; ho reopected'nnd! the hand of the I ever heard of; but what l'I! this city will be finished: Monday, and the was t found I I in the sumo positionniul lie hufy .
"IJi Ii II! will be put to work with others in I
hands Vernan1iint lion. livon the Atafia. sent us lust: week disregard: it will bo made: to respect it and 1 Ignorant as to the character of the no oH'oct.( Sho! t then partlully removed[ thecovering "

the \'idllity nf( ,1Iahan.-Th } two fnlies, of the Simpson \ariety, each life.-Wo are indebted to Miss: hula9thi- game, he advanced and emptied I the contents for t tho purpose! of I turning the I liody
Jacksonville railroad i-llH'llrlr: grII111IctWl'en \ over, when firmly clinched In the
&; of for lot of the \hot of the other barrel iutojiis of
huviiiireniy-cight joints.-Grinding; I cp'pooii, Mosx-ly Hall a coouship. the unfortunate lalh''tI found
thi'i city 1I11l'alllulIa. recent netitfl Doling
,. the 'oulldl will IIl'1ay its "'0111plction cane gathering oranges: are becoming} I oranges we have ween this season. They are After it ceased to move about ho ventured up vial I labeled[ chloroform i, nnd;I subsequently I t 11\,'

of city the chidustries: in the country just now. I very large and! I lu cous.! -AVco/i// with I his torch I Imagine his very great surprise t the :stopper was! nNo found I in her' bund. The Wh'
hut w expl''t to H'e it eoiiiIiIeteiiall'1 pillow nnd bed soaked with I
I were I tho t fatal
Uiiorthern mails irregular II when he saw stretched I ln.fore him a ,
: are very 3 far ion.
the ears unnln OOIl-\r.: n-\: I drllra.! and the supposition! Is (that during tho I Mill
l'lliee. of \\tLII arrived III thc city yetertlay. and about as: unreliable as a Nevi Irk4 I From the grand jury presentment of Marion large black bear. [Leaving thcel'alll"'lIr on It she hud a return of her nervous h'ull1'h'U J

JCllloil uliticinn-The t followingamoui 1 I county : In looking into tlieeducation- the ground I. he returned at daylight with his: ache, nnd for relief hnd sought tho chloro ;,1. l.t l.,

lie will tart to-lUorrow 011 11 short oranges. have been shipped i from nl interests of I the county, we find improvement neighbor., Mr.[ Frank, (Goolshy, and found; at t form; and succumbing to'itspotent influence .:.::,11.h'I''I'l' .-[:
Ohio fur the of she
trip to Intlinn' 'uHl purl'oole ) had replaced lie stopper III the rln
inducing Illun ratiun to l1i'4 !! '('t1011 of thc this pliis season! to date of paper: J-\: on the year previous to t the I present.This the body a cub( ) which h they captured 1 and ,'Ial. I the fluid run out, saturating, lie pillow h.rr1

lib ClarkiCo.)., -tn( ,,Hit ; Miller & Henderson: must be gratifying to those interested.! now have uti\'('. The' l'1IwIj.tholllollttWl'n-) : ) und bed clothes and ndding to tho (effect of J.

:tnte. :Severa flIl1ilil's are now awaiting : 2OGo? 'raIlH", 10,01)0) ; C. J.. Friebele, From the county superintendent's report ty pounds.: The! boys are cruel! enough to the I previous l ill lutbit Ion. *Y.e*
coining who I 'e to return with him, ljesi1entuuerotls UGntl follow his An soon ns this ilimniviTV... n-nu... .tinul.,,. t,1i\>. fliir_
oth rs whom lie vi1L make it his : (_ P. Diazialynski:' :3IINV.; (n. made us, we I find t that1 \both the, number of say Mr.[ Hill will never more dog -- were- lI-i'lIic;; summoned;- j -, an* every I'jsicians i" JtI

'Imsillss tolC and interest in Florida.Mr. ,- Gerri-M; miscellaneous: : shippcnW)0.! )' schools: unit the school fund have increased. I into! a scrub at nigh i t.-Ikulrlrr. effort exerted to rcsus-citate her, but \\ Ihout .:0 Trimavail.

.. ... W. II. WJ tl', a1notrepcctabI dttzenor' 'TotRI OO1._Tampa Trilime.TnfficiiTHYOTic. For, the scholastic! yearbeginning October 1, Owing to the illness! of Judge Cocko, whatvmt'4 who-.sin She, died! n f'nrl'ultllllll'lo: ,to tlioso ; '1 ."UIII'
.-I.'ist: week we noticed and .TO 1S S() too ill to get here last: week theNovember nccu.toincd to use such, deadly < \III
t Cedar Ker, vas arrested 1 in that town nt2 187! ending :September! fifty- drugs for the relief vi'IIlIdl trivial complaint1 j' (bit,

a. mI.'rIda)', by :Deputy Marshal( Fowler iict that a great many fish of all two schools were operated, with teachers'sal ) term of court, which was to have commenced [ !. t'tll,

The charge a' tint \l r.Vliite Is, that hc, .tiri.ytre dying I in Tampa Bar At I first aries at $t.)per month. For the same length : (lit Monday last, ,,1ms been adjourned 1 Miss! Payne was about) nineteen years of

ut the election it !lecJ> fleet worse bottom fish, though of time, commencing October t. Iflt-O. and until I December 20th im ,xt. A number of ago" nnd was, wo understand to linvcbocnmarried ('fln
while serving i UI1 illspc'tor ; next month ton ,
such vc in the water near the surface ending September :.TO, l.1\Sl-the\ present people were here Monday in expectation worthy yolingman j I
of the 211 inst refused to pl'rmit a nl'gru to ; of Fernandina. She was a young ludy of I 1:1:
vote. It seen that the negro in question were I'eiiipt.. On Ii tolerably diligentinqtif scholastic! term- (WO'l'hools have been of a busy week In 'uurt.-lt. M, PuHfer: rare accomplishments:\ andvus greatly It':1'

convicted of This fan learn of no local cause for it. located with teachers' salaries at :$20: per & Co., or Messrs.! PuNlfrr: and Haskell, of lo\llIy a largo clrHo 1 of friends, who will '9 J.1.;
had been twit larceny. ..
fact was withil the knowledge of Mr. White, It sct1vever, that some time buck, the moat hi. The finance of the county. as (far as I Hosfon, I backers of the I South I Florida I(miii- deeiily Her sister 11I0111'11111': had been untimely for', several fate week in .j.1, Ilr

I who simply ciiried i out tho State lawon the poisil! water which appeared on (the we have been enabled to ascertain, ul'l'ellrth' road, are expected hero during the present Fernnndinn, where she I had I gone" for tlui '

harsh coasttb of here in 1878, had made: its: rcappcanfjlown be in satisfactory: condition. l'ral'ti'l'tll'cIn'; week to look after their Florida railroad.I It health' of her infant child .she was t'll'lr)1
subject. It sccas to us a very
: the coast: and it is: possible omy has 1 been the object of the, county commissioners i probable that during their stay hero arrangements graphed' (tit, and took piissageon the steamer, Wi
: that a quit dt\zel1.\ should! he compelled, St.; John*, which arrived this morning at 1 '
lmfist .. .trt
that continuous southern winds: in the administration of thiir dii- will be made to extend the line
thief to be to the o'clock. The fuiiernl will(
on the aftltJa\'i of a put taku'phue from "*
: incouveniencelf traveling 250 miles to answer whiiOAe prevailed for some time have ties for the past several year' The result: of to the Gulf coast.: -Major larks received' :'W Jones street nt half past ten o'clock to .AI

;? such ch ge. Mr. 'hito'ga\'c bond hrott the coast! and filled our bay with which is: tha.t the county i is comparatively sixteen letters Monday[ last from as: ninnydiHerent day.-frii'iuiHiihfii't, s fI1/'. j 't).

the mous wnter. This idea i is confirmed out of debt. The taxes now duo and In process J parties, who desire I information i
: before the ('010 iissioncr in the sum of $)00 OYN' Cunning In Ariu Orleans. '
: by t tfc{ that fish in th'e western half of the of collection( will be sullKient to payoff about Florida: lands.: Most: of them were desirous f
q for his appearal-e before the United States 1 Tho oysters of tho Gulf coast are not only'
} court and was "!chaf ell, having waived an bay I t(jhie first and worst:. affected by thecai11i1i all debts, besides the current expenses! of the of purchasing property, und quite extensively. very abundant but also, if their loenl'1't'nu.| .1
tcnr that } Trib- There is for t them and t hiuiiajur tntlon N lust of ,
examination. Pr. Mcllvain, of Cedar Key, may >u.-Tampa county. This has: been accomplished, too : room ( exceedingly (line flavor. It
? I wie.ag with a reduction of one mill for county purposes is the man to locate them. Tlu'Yl'olll.l Is gratifying to note t that un ciitcrprlIiig) firm r--
t. an inspector at lie same! precinct, has also in New Orleans hits undertaken t tnedevelopincut -
m Jefferson. the present less than is allowed hardly fall into better bauds.lirjmflir "IX'
. been arrested oiithe same! charge preferred year, of this fOIl -'J(' ,'(' sounv wealth .
f' )[ Wile. When convicts arc allowed Tltton market has been good the prcs- to be assessed.Vithi no debts hanging over St. iJohnH. nnd has sit up) n cunning/( establishment with '
against! p. '
enti 7tiiiil the staple command.s a fair us: and low rates of taxation with a law- Miss( )[atll'rtllrlll'11 to her home on t lie Intention ()Disputing with Haltlmoro'
. to give evllencc against honest: men, : for thin oyster trade: of the Houthi.hvr'un'
pri'l'he planters of Jefferson county abiding citizenship, together with the wonderful street last week from visit to the 'r"
what man.in thi -uiiiiiiuiiity i is safeL'iiion.Ora King : n (City, commanding, nt It doen, time famed
rumored the havtmany thousands: ()dollars\ by the [ advantages of our soil and climate, West among the Indian tribes. Mks Mathergives J't'lt"'Iot'r, ulsosiiken: ofns agoo
f NEXT ST P.\lR.-It is CO11 ijns.... and heavy ruins of the past two we fl'cla just; pride in extending a. hearty invitation very encouraging accounts(: of the progress site forall.uYllterc'unll'rrlJotla'r uroniising -
# time for llOltlin he next State Fair in Jacksonville I locution I
I is I.c'k Port
.t" We observed one man the it. he on some'jioint' .
Ino carryingthrlldren to immigrant ; we care not made by the Indians after leaving $t.
will belhangcd from February, as further down on Hayoti I.aAJurelit.--'tcIenflj14
:, in his arms: under Coup's cir- hails from the most favorable regions! of the Augustine; at the institutions t for their instnictiou. .liirrkan. ,

;. held last year, t tithe last week in January, cnJ He was examining the animals world. Upon the subject of immigration we The. good work commenced Well, why don't) ltiit'lI'
we run ('l\tl'IIl1J Florda
fur the coming I r.Ve think the change, linte! lu
. un iflicnltii'$.-A larger crop of or- take pleasure! in congratulating} our county by Captain Pratt and, Miss Mather( ha already [- ? Whyjthould so brunt '
lie indications profitable n t. ,. taVaitIluiuhimutry
in time but see no -
good we
a and directors aiipn atf.. been raised in this county the upon her steady' progress in this respect. brought; forth Its fruits by the (influence not be vigorously! carried[ on lu \.
the If the president! -
4 on par for it. It is ffiison than eyer before. They arolel.f While large numbers of immigrants are nut which these Indian are exerting UIKJI FI"rllln'Ollr west const from; Cedar Key t.,

.4 t" in making .reparatlolls 1.Jo, ;.l: .ru and $2.00: in>rl( ).-CVM&- coming to us, yet there i is a substantial) their several triben. The JrugrcII..11I education Charlotte Harbor is
We (probably, one .tlt the
< time the out and the public advised
inters ,
.' If of the fact the be correct. The .tittl yearly increase of our population from this and imlizution made I by t the Indians best oyster dcjwisits to ho found in thl.t{ [ (coun

., report k... Levy source, pud we observe' with pleasure the! has been truly wonderful, and the ex periincut try. The same may Etc raid. of the wholo
Tallahassee fair i it-et down for January 10.
: '11:1.thousaliI1J1ltllet: were caught at Ce- .. good churactersoftho.se whodoscttleamong, inaugurated in St. Augustine has coast from Ccd.ir Key westward fo Mobile. .4-i
will follow
Fairs in Georgia tar our reccntly by two fishermen at onehaul. "',. We hail with great pleasure! the satisfactory proved a great( ucce>>(. All the prafse hestowed Not only the whole North nnd[ West are (large
the'Illahaasce fair. Much good 'o
nml1'rl'Cooc ;: __equarantine at this port against KeyW evidences of the early completion( of upon Cuptain Pratt und his a"M'I-iates purchaser of (canned 'tlll'l"4*, but you fan- .n'I
anti exhibit 'fom these fairs would Let ..
1 stock not )been raised and will not bo the Peninsular I&ilrond to our county neat. in this great work commenced here in not go into any grocery: or general storo in I i .
induced to com lere if the owners were ll tl
bo held. uiOO' authorities think it perfectly safe The one thing needful to the proper development the old fort, is dcscrviiigly otOW"t.t.! any,part of Florida without finding on 'the t- iphia,,
of the tim our fair was to
,; aware top*--There is a scarcity of labor here as! of the magnificent territory comprising: JoHn WtfLl/ shelves quantities! of the inferior P:.iSUUtII
thi lint State Fair of- :_ ) out to .
We our
'; mefore. known. Our millmen and others Marion is railroad. Now that this kit,
county a canned (oysters put hi 1haltlinore I .' It J'"II
: think I lost fair they!
ficers. We ur was a complete SUlJllt.v ItKATII
:: fiiVery difficult to get labor. We were11m great necessity is, to u very substantial extent cannot to
:' lie arrange- can on the coast, )brinx ,
and attention of in
: success, many ? gentleman that he needed dome about to be secured to us, we feel that them to Fernamlina in bulk : A't
; up and
rait :
i'; the adjacent tate now directed to them. CIt<':4 work done and found it iinpossbiuni'loy !- the county is preparing to enter upon a or TilE wall IIIIKH JI'KTtCB OK THE tEENiI: here. Our own estuaries %furnUh better, !4

AVe hope the com g fair will surpass next This is IIE.VCH.Losuox oyM- 'iJ.tJn1.'
a carpenter. certainly course of prosperity! and progress that will ers than the ordinary oyster mimed (fe\ IM4 .
: year's in display ind number of visitors, c>e: }:<-f prosjierous times and we are glad satisfy the anticipation of her most sanguine, November 21.-Hir Alexander .... ,, at pD.tlruor.

,.... which can be cfl'e: ed by proper efforts on tJrcl it. We think if those who need citizens. Cockburn, Lord Chief Justice of the Queen's -l (I
at o'clock (IaM
Hcnch died suddenly : night.
. the part of its ma igers.-Ttlephone. Ijrill< make the effort they can obtain it. Oratiye.ItusinesH He walked home at dinner, and, apparently l"ut-0jtce Xotlee. ,I

7' During the past onth the morning train Tare other places not so crowded as this hero is booming in the mechanical well, retired ut hulf-pust 11. when he was Oce Hour-From HOI: j %. )1. to 0.00; v. MoO -t;

has arrived on tin three times, and behind ,-ork.ft4)rNtY'' as well as in the mercantile line. There seized with u jiuln over' tlje ,heart, and died Money Orders and Registered Ix-tten froia8:0i kI I'
almost 11I11Il lab'I '. He developed >- ; ) A. JI. to 1:00: P. M.: and from 2.00: p. :
: time twenty time- The delays have been VOTE. Bronson ii no excuse now for anybody being idle. ) H'JUI
precinct "
$ toms! of fatty degeneration of the heart to 3:30 r. M. Hunduys front 10:30 to J 1h':: 0 i.M. .{
from fifteen niiiuu to five hours.-Uuton.imbta. >.vBloxham, 112; Conover, 53. Jxjvyvrebinct God pity the man who nutters for the necessaries about eighteen' month ago, but apparently ..and 3:30( to 4:30 P. )I. I., n.AhiZ1VM '
E | No. Illoxham, 214 ; ConoP of life because lie is too proud to recovered, and, except for a shortness of A'it lIr.rurrntt: ...' TUB: "'ilIA.. \"
No. 3 Hlox-, work : he is the man who occasionally breath, lj'ClfItd fairly well\( up to the hour. of :.Y'Atm; Jfail-Arrlvei.
off Creek
Though there h: been a great falling | Otter precinct gets death. i 'h '. I I in the wages lateljjsiiilors ommanded and paid to \\fr\ Conover, 34. Cedar Key precinct credit for provisions! etc., but he will also he lulL | 1Jii:1r.c:; OOKCH "l. 3..It p, ;
&&dhull Mail-Arrives! tt **
consid- 250 Conover 170. Ulackjifecinct recognize! as the man who never meets liNobligations. Till: COLD mi VE.OuwKiio *J'>. -.. :
' the ruling [ices are to-day j Bloxham, ; $ 1oiici &\ 'I iO,00 tIGO--
SI.rrTW .
i cred in excess of lat they are III many .o. 5-.Illoxham1 24; Conover, We have more respect for the X. Y., November 22.-The mow ;3 lary's aUfl Tmdtolill /tiJ "

other seaports crew was shipped 011ooal'l (.ft nl's Pond precinct No.Hloxham, man who handles the shovel and axe and here h ten inches) deep and it is still snow. > Tuesdays and ) < + : ,

h the KettleCommissioner. flick, last Monday, by .pnpver, 18. Willis Mill precinct So.ojoxbnJU J pays his debts, than fur hint who tries to live III\TOKOSTO:. ()xT., November 22.-The (curt. Closes. )loJlIa and Thur0ay Friday! at#frt>2;:(Wir..> :A v.u. f.

Gei e Wentworth, at the 01 ; Conover, 133: ,-CV 11' KeyWespy by his brains, but only manages to ]>onge a Peraturefeht to zero in a number of placesin .)t. JIary't otJ!t- .. "

rate of twenty doll per month, and in each l.' living off of society without giving any Just I Ontario last night. In the northwest it Arrlvsi.ttn.laysaniiThtur,4ays RjtllAo. Jf" :..'- st S..i

,LeOn.fFritz return therefor. Ilone&t labor it no disgrace ranged from zero to ten degree In-low The '-.TUfll'laiy lint! FrIdays| at2.1) r..w.'J"l
case a month and, : laiC advance was paid W'ts1n'stIaysaumd8at'&fys at 9t ) 1
itClosti :
who has been Ident4libassee galo yesterday was the mo"t severe ever expericneed .'
their service louU be secured. Con- a to any man, even though ho may have Wdn ,"
before on Lake Ontario. Four vecls Tuesdays, sday1 j :
,1 tillering the liank and privations of poor __ for some two yeanljist/ i lit been tarn with a silver[ spoon ill )bus mouth. are 1'l'lJrtec8"llIIrl', but as far us known no Yriutays aunt taturdu.y" i2ii r. >>. 11

Jack," and howorM is indebted to to purchase a tract of land lit Bown -Ou the night of the 12th inst., about 4 )live* have been 'lost. 8.\.f.. T.. i i.i't-J' '" J viI :

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; J LOVK IX ALL. expectedly Inherited It from rt cousin!' of true that if anybody docs happen to be suddenly 1 II. I dashed her giddy upward!! against journey the face? i And. how.'

rr.u. .. about his own age, and apparently as "strong in want of legal; advice at Spcndrilh, I locked the copy of the rcgistil, n safe, on could one man reach her, with but one pair
and as hcalthy'as himself, and who bad been he is' hound to come to me. whero I kept my own private piSial pa. of hands to hold the rope above him ?
!t, Nome the leaves on all the trees ;; struck down "by death when hardly thirty I bowed tlHI'nlteel, and she went on. l'cT.shut up my office, and wtiout to Happily, the sea was tolerably calm, otherwise
:s Name- the waves on all the !seas' '!, years old. It was change/ to turn most I nut told that you are nl.lealltl honest,." walk myself cool, I had met withSeletoi considering the shortne4of the time
\ All the llow'rs' hy rill that blow, nwnbbrainsanti! to send half of them to she said, "and, therefore, I come to you. from .L. Moor's( indeed 1 coulee flu at disposal nothing could have bt'Cl
All the myriad tints that glow, the devil Sir Reginald/ took his wvealtlramid You asked my name and 1 gave you my whole miserable. history as if it&l I beet done.ou H was only, ton certain that somebody
4. ;' Wind that wander through the grove his! position! with less elation than he had card It is one of my names, the name by writen out for me. The younftrriste: was there. The letter-carrier was positive : .
of Love brief went abroad for a while which I am known. I have one move. My fool of himself in.Sother
And you name the name ; taken his! first had made a us that he had twice seen a woman on the
: Love there is in summer sky, and then came back to settle down for good Uirth-name is I Hny-Julil'f Hay. Did) you wise wise men have done lie hi,{Jon entrapped tacks Ole second time, while J was on my
t ti: f As in light,of maiden's eye at :8t. Moor's.( The first thing he did-which ever hear the, name before?" I)bj this woman in ParisfVrhap! to; the con.t-gu 1'\1 station, he bad seen
't w(1.01111 an hour or two-was to become first "Never in my life," said I. thei>itirulnessof her improtecict'fflditioihad way clamber further out seaward,
!\.A Listen to the counthsssound! 1 1A 1c ** favorite of the whole country and that ''Then: before) I tell you more, may I ask imposed upon' him quite as nMas her her if trying she had to become fully In the wind that gayly bounds among his {' even more than among you if you are prepared to undertake, as n bright cheeks and her great black3. She as and trying to place herself where
...: O'er the mends where, on the wing, his richer neighbors The next was to laywer and a gentleman the cause of a had stuck to him and drawn him t mar ger, was have chance of being seen from
| Nit 4 bight bees hum and linnets sing; send for tile, then managing clerk to u tans woman against the most cruel wrong that riagc ; nn doubt his: sense of i'r had she the shore.might I looked 1 at mum}' watch, and the
R\iV, Pit' of raindrop, chat of stream!' don firm, to be his friend and ('nil nll'1 lor. ever was done by a man ? A cause that will helped her, however much his rcjt musl t sailor looked out to sea There was no boat
i !J2t-f: .a Of their song, sweet love's the theme ; The ncxt was to marry, ns wisely as' man give you honor'nlHI glory throughout he have It was she, f loubt,, that rould be signaled, ami not nearly time
Y'm'1'; ; Lqyc there is I:" where zephyr' skips, ever marricdjn this 'world. He had fallen land ?" who haalswallowed up the whole <|j little obtain for ourselves: and to row ,.
:. As Inf breath of"maiden's": lips.! over head and cars in love with the I'ltlirl/ Never mind the honor and glory," said fortune and had kept him min$ vatcr to one

in all England; and she with (him Ik-lore I. The question I is whether I could find It was: she who had been the ( .- those round. of the boat was settled in a
$; 'i'' In the west, mild evening glows; long they had a family of two boys and two the time and spare the pains.! Of course, I long vacations in Paris, which IJaed to The look question one to the other. But the
11'-.Jo Angel fingers fold the rose; /girls, and were fortunate in them all. The shall be glad to help to get justice done just make even during term time .fflthcn single fl the sailor's wits working./
;t Mil very dews' begin to fill: eldest! 'l1l1t'llltegillald, of course, beinga / for the sake of the thing, lawyer, though I when fortune came to him, he fflgoncabroad lame look to set!the station," he} said to the let-
', ; "., Crimson shades to shadow' nil ; lrst\ -horn ( crvase. The n'xt'OS called am. Jut I must hear the story first "- to hide what had, no dual 'o\'ed "and all the oars you can lav
'' ;' Holy Nature veils her face ; Marion( after her mother. Then came my "You shall hear it ; and you shall hear a disgraceful rnariinge.; And thcrfji lessbeyond ter-carrier and get them here and look
hands bring
t;<,'.: Kurth is l lost in leavens embrace own godson, Alfred, and then Nora. Their why I come to Spcndrith, for; a lawyer. I doubt he had dl'o\'r'lll hful- your on

i ', Love is in nn hour like this!', names: have nothing to do with the matter, did not supjiose) you would know the name ness In her, and had left her half Hbncd. alive.He craned over the edge of the }path, and
<2 As in guileless maiden's kiss but it is: ,pleasant for myself to write them. of Juliet Hn)', Hut I had my reason for asking half relieved, as such anian would" left did I though more cautiously ; but there

It is hardly more to the purpose' ) I than to say all he same. I was born in I/ondon. siHi n,womnn, simply, utterly, Lut a so of seeing anything more in
1. 00 where, through the voiceless night, that I, too, was on the eve of marriage, aftera I had a mother, %rr Lambonrn.hut: no other I of blame. And then true had were, no means had risen in
.rf, Trips fair Luna's silver light ; long and weary waiting; hint this, too, I relative in the world. My mother was on I wort into his heart. Perhaps he M believed that WThE.of white foam sea and dark already cascadesover 1
;t.; Hear of Nature's! )pulse the beat, like to tell, because this! also was due to the the stage. I cannot tell you: all, for I do not I his first wife dead Pcrhapjft' belief surge the whole length green of the rocks
"s .1 Like the tread of unseen feet; had know but in Paris when my much due to the nearly
position: in which Sir lleginald placed ; we were : was too i\ who that u Nun them must:
:r. Fa Hoc from out the lambent nm'thi forth me. What did I not owe to him? Past 1, mother ,I and when I was seventeen years knows? It was not for tie to j jut egi.naldlervnse. below have been, fll drin.n any for prisoner respite from doaih under -
'.1;'>' Shimmering arrows shooting ; present, future ; everything that like to re- old-without the means to )live, but with the knew the man I &tits, the part of the cliff: where she
t ';' Love Is in n Jnctcor'fll-ltnrt, member, all my happiness; now and 1 to come. need to live, you understand. Perhaps you whatever he had dune, however |ft lie would be bulging out of sight of all but
.,.,,:. ,> As in throb of maiden's heart.Lovo's The one trouble he ever gave me was: the will find it hard to believe, but I was as innocent might have shown himself in one ti the nlngtlt'r. the old sailor looked .

?f"'r of nil feeling that I could do so\ little for one who ; then us young girl can h,,." And what was I to do? NolhiuNothing gl !westward l'a. where a broken patch of
the things out ,
f < essence ;i"l could I let silence assent but I was! certainly When I and I onlyaftzcd I
had. done so much for 111('. Anybody imply ; ? and cloud seemed to rising
; r-, "Hi'Twas from love love that creation beauty 1 first springs ; have looked after his affairs as well as I. I l beginning to wake up, and to ,'nllmr the nature of the blow that was MB to white the sea gray into the sky in the shape It of a
.fit by being was never likely to be so much to him as itrofcssio-.ial wits together.\ fall? On the other hand, there wasjgruclleginald fr1! '
.'t;("i--; Into glo'rious t maiden's!' form burst ; fair the mouse was to the lion. It was in Paris t that I met a young man- Servasc, my more that' mid, spire." 'fire wind won't he here till after the 't
e' Veiled so work I did for if I must call him who made love to me. brother and father who had plait
; thee in her. In fact the hardest ever HO- cit turn sir," said he. "There won't ho so
> I do ,
') worship that I took him for of honor lie swore, able free of the old shade "
'-.f', '' wt''t-nll else! above him was all pleasure and play, except n man to hhnl"lll sled much swing on as tliercmMit be. He put
+" Spirit is Ood since Ol"ll l is love I Im In he made me feel its interest and importance fir I.imbourn, a million times to make me honored, by all the snub ism' his hands to his mouth and shouted downward
"' levee i by throwing himself'so heartily ) all that I his, : wife, in the!sight! of heaven! and in thesight t whole life was growth/ in goodness) ,e- hut no answer!\ returned. I Where's
concerned the sntallcst'euttngcrurtishennnn!!: of man. In the sightof; heaven lie did I fulness, and whoso!\ loss would bo IJjfi I as that slug with the oars?''
? '- o n i miaiuK MUIII GJH n. with whom he had to do. He looked upon) make me his wife; and when we were !soon' well as private and felt none coul ,;.ss I t'oul.lollh'young hope he had some tan. I
life as 1\1rlllt.llot merely to be fulfilled, but after in I/ondon he married me in church, how far round\ his 1 home. There i IDlicwife certainly (could think of none. [Perhaps,
i. .enjoyed, and his wife agreed with him. I us he should have done before. lie is: a who believed in him as 1 hJnd though as anxious as any human creature
Thou shall! do no murder.' I suppose handy know which we learned to like best scoundrel who loved him with her whole lit mil must be when a man or woman is drowning
that the rcsp>nse which sane!' men ana women our tasks or our pleasures. That he liked{ limit if he married you at any timc, le soul. There were his young HiildroiIH.itneed under hile't' and when lie can do nothing
,? s make in church to the sixth commandment the tasks best I am sure. And! I am sure, did his he!
c is about the emptiest and most for too, that if Sir: llcginuld (iervusc, even in Well ?" there were ruin, seandalthedocktim t In full tide against the cliff to tell him all
I t \ had taken it into "J *t not call him 'scoundrel1 Wait cell wife's broken heart, and fo ii-
mal prayer of which they are ever guilty.wpb this: nineteenth century, mil1: I a was over I may not have been' so absorbedin
A"k yourself, reader: if you have the faintest his: head to declare war against the Queen, see' what yon will call him, if you are a man 1 1We dren's lives blasted all their days ; a I ly the l'11l'rgeli(')' as I should have been twoor
'fir ghost of fancy in you that, under any there I is not a man within ten miles of went abroad ngain-*to Paris, to Vienna, because 1 worthless woman had 1 ,I three hours ago. What momt'nt'strg'le
+ conceivable or imaginable) combination ofimpossible Spcndrith who would not have turned re to twenty places-and then one day he left The thing looked too hideous to be plje' with the sea compared WL1 with thatworl"
circumstances: you could ever bel. II'or me, never to return." and I dreamed, of such :word as-inP I death against whl;h I was tryingto
z pray with meaning to bo delivered from the two months everystunmer St. Moor's( "lie deserted t'you? You did not hear Well, thank Sod< that he was notlfit. put out my hands no less 1 it vain ? I was

+ temptation to murder in cold blood a fellowman was left empty while the master and mistress from him again ? Moor's. Every day delayed was a day JBl I, nol, I feel sure, at that momci\t, consciously
or fellow-woman. You have read were 111 town, for they were by no "/''tJl/& him? No ; never one word 1 OJ if only for tlminkhigwhat could bcdoijf' thinking of the greater peril i iti the immedi-
history, and you read the newspapers, and means i cople who looked upon rusting and h:11No, not for years I He left me to liveas I was walking along the narrow| I mite face of the less ; but tlut t it was the
t' e: you know that murders arc not uncommon falling out of the great world's I stream, us best!\ I could, without the means! but with gnarlllath overhanging the sea, whim"r( greater which well-nigh ;.aralyzcd mel
\ thlug*. But, nevertheless, you think oft one of the duties of those who have to do all the need, once more Perhaps) you will cut from Spendrith to tin I know. hat
; them as belonging to an outside world, with their best with the course. comparatively not find it hard to believe that I was nn more cst market town, when I was met hyt I At last the Ind hurried back ,Ith four long \

which you-otherwise than as a just possible small one. Though -missed them, I approved as innocent u fool us at seventeen. whoactedas rural postman,nndwhost I mars The old sailor ]laid{ tlion altogether, (f
; ,'lcUm-cunnot, possibly: have any ortof of their absence, for I ('oulelnllt get Aguii: ) I let assent be implied "silence ; so mo with a letter. I took it with scat ftmgot-wise and bar-wise, over i cleft in thetrlge
x concern You would us soon think of praying rid of my ambition for my friend ; it wouldbe much I did not find it bard to believe. word of good evening, and opened of the path, so Unit the bnndle, of oars .
r to be delivered from the sin'' of witchcraft something if.: as member for Foamshire, Hut I hear of(him tit last, and he is married lent)'. might serve for one strong boim, and that

as from the sin of murder. They are, he could have tile chance of doing for Kng- again !I" Dear Lambourn' read without the rope might run through the cleft for a I
t' 1 alike, impossibilities to you. Of course, I /gland'somc little of what he was doing for You mean that you wish "your husband taking/ heed of the I handwriting i "Oiif groove before swinging from tie projecting .1
jissumo you to be of the t of the overage one of her remoter corners. One warm to be prosecuted for bigamy? in haste to say, that we shall all be hoi,j rim of the cliff out into the ail The beam '
\ Vender-sunc, but for a few harmless and afternoon, while they, were away in "Xo, Mr. Lambourn, I mean that I will morrow evening, almost as 1+soon a.' of oars was kept from being pilled forward
probably wholesome crotchets, educated in town, I was engaged alone in my ofllco have my rights, and that I will have my revenge reaches you. Every thing's all right} Instead of downwardly the urns of the "
: the 1 ideas and feelings of your time and with some drainage plans, half at work upon' 1 That is what I mean !I" Jenny would ralher he safe at homejnow path, which rose upslightlytoward ( ;; .
m : country, and In IIYllIl'nthy'with them, respectable them, and half thinking about what I could And I could i sec beyond any question thatit and so would I. Look me up| mild: by the ('hancCI whidi the whole &,
,' and prudent in all\ weightier matters do, in the face: of an tt q ruuchingelectionto was what she did mean. If her storwnl but week, therc'l a good fellow, about ninciejwe'll plan d'pended-that the natunl gutter ran '
and os comfortable, within and without get Sir!:; Reginald icrvase to stand for }<'ol1m- truq she had certainly been' ill-used; all haYE 1 good big talk about the (li| |between two ears of erng jUt! tigh enough \'
It I were shire. It too.Lot trt work verytl ?pC'r- theiallle1111141 ho bad not come to me. off for the hob
imam the majority of your neighbors. !: was I fell a schoolboy | to serve as posts for the beam he hind them.
'' to tell you that you area potential murderer' atoly after i\n early dinner; and I am afraidI I felt that, from the beginning; I had not "II. tIt '. lie fastened one end of our loigest line of '

>you would not even be angry with mo-you must confess that the rich blue of limo,sky' liked Miss'or Mrs. Luvatlc. was like destiny. He and his wifeI rope, with practiced skill, middle
,,1' would simply smile at such on absolutely without, the soft wind that scarcely took the "I (loll'" earu about taking criminal matters would still call her so-were hurrying J af the oars; he had the other
i the face of the of its own r ntthrou.th ," I said rather coldly "There are
notion. And.so, in trouble to carry weight f had
prejtostcrous if full sail into the storm. I knew what t'llln a noose, as soon as eyes
accusation should I have smiled the windovv\tho, ('awof the rookson plenty of solicitors in the county. the of the
such ,
an i ) back sooner than usual menu taken in at a glance .
once upon a time. their way home, and the regular heave you want-since you speak of your rights coming of crotchets that al| He paid out rope over
L was one
Judge; for yourself if& 1 should not have and rush of the sea against the wall of rocks to make anv sort of profitable compromise, children should Ot'r'I"e'l be of Foamshire, anl, groul1 of the cliff; there time leftrorurguingnbout
is had the right to smile. My name, by the close by, united to set me dreaming of anything I must decline your case on any terms. their home, bi'od and born. AVell, who down
and I consider but of drains. I'IIS myself in love, However, as you come for present advice 1
;, way, is Alfred Laniboum, my ?" made matters worse a thousand times Indeed, I felt as if impulse
of to my argument remember, and Venus came from the sea on suppose\ you can prove your marriage
name as some consequence I live!I" was coming where that woman-/ c4 fml! outside myself to take tlut matter into
ty t.' because I hupp.cn to be one of a family much such an afternoon. 4 can prove it as surely! not her his: wife'was waiting tohand own handl. is was a great
s' for in the outer of lee who was said she, "I have my lines. Will that do? rll 11) I ;
which can carr back its history an 1 had a clerk him and to destroy him I ii leal younger and so ninety more active
number of generations, and also in love and whom I strongly l suspect of "Certainly: they will do. You will have to :upon 1 ;
y. ; exceptional terribly than even she could dream. Ii ban the old tar, who was still as strong in
,without being able to nanmeasinglo member having been sleeping too. Our oflice was prove" the t thatsaid a
of it who was not perfectly respectable and certainly not conducted on the ordinaryprinciples lie wont deny that I did not know where she was to be fount! make a man, but had ccrtlnly not been .\
perfectly) sane-not taking into account n l (, of hurry and open 1 rye*-a client smile. "And he wont deny that I am alive Ii; suppose I had acted ( but it is' II I in. the habit! as I had been, or c pending his (
certain hereditary tendency to let 'ourselvesbe from the outside world did not cull once a and if he does, : ho can't deny was to keep one's 'stupl.lr mind wli 1I"Slrl in c.clamboring among bcks Instli
't imposed U\'OIi and our money to slip unaccountably quartet j utul was not t partll'ularl"I'cume! when his: crime was committed ; .and who if wil 110 ones heart ; concerned: too deeply; Hi of staring; through; a spv-glas .t the offing i :II i
\ our lingers in tho mewl when I lie] cume. At any rate, Tom Brooks: docs, there arc scores and scores '
: could I meet ( this very ni so that I was likely to a grit deal more
contented manner. I should Kay that oui looked as if lie were stlllllrt'uJIIln when hstumbled < know. You ask mo why I come to pea l'T'oo ? at home the ,
f make lltrl.-to have him un with this terrible secret upon me among gulls: aij'. ('ormoranf 1!
? It is to
tartlet drith
"' family characteristics: steadiness, j J'm- into my own room u hand. I have not found him nut' could not And yet what right hal than! he. There was every rea.n
deuce and plain'common sense, comhlllt'ttwitb me with- term) to let him again, to leave him in his fool's paradise fo him at the fast head of the rp-e and me at t ''.
4r 'a' somewhat inconsistenUudifferencito "A strange lady, Sir, and to wo you / and tracked him down go here single avoidable hour I tried to ask i the noose. But had it beer otherwise, I
becoming higher or richer than we find' It is hard to wake up all ut once. For II And come to you' because for; iue you. are When 1 I; self what I should have done had 11r1 I Oiould have stood upon m'fights, a: representing -
ourselves': at starting. But of course, we moment I almost took for granted that i It; because you can watch have too simply his lawyer instead his fril'nt 1 the lord of the roam, to do as I I i
L could be nobody but Lottie, who hat have my rights, you yours ,
have our distinguishing markS my I could find no answer. It leased( above the line of hlh water. Do
solicitor cannot at this managed to IIv through the window all tin never fear. st'eml't
I am a reluctance to that the thunder of the sea us big omething I tuot-SI1't1I/lf/ anything '
undertake -
she had Bet down
coseoPa man's hoping from Newcastle-uJon.I'yte, at the So my
to mind a
ruomentcall way ivhich had the
with the
t fear- sufficiently and higher advancing agui; a living ,
murderedAt least in the flesh, by a soli- other' end of the kingdom: ; what other lady,, her cure to a. If I had of not not much being liked- the cliff, did not change his tone. \ 'reature, however! unconnectd it might be i
J.J citor. I live quietly, and in harmony with a stranger! to Tom rooks, could want to see well paid? little The l lettei-carrier could not have left iviih. the storm that was ring over the
inclinations, inl little ? Hut moment more told me the absurdity I her before, I liked her exceedingly Jat
tastes me
1all my: could many minutes--long as they sct'mcl-wl' mead of my friend As 1("-e said, there
'and am as I have alt of such a fancy so I stretched myself now. And who at Spendrith possiblj
place close to the sea, ; and of deserting he came running hack, breathlessly "ho' ;vas no time left for a nt'el1o word ; I took '
't ways been, particularly strong; and healthy, rubbed my eyes, and said" sharply, have been guHhof bigamy I knew, livingcreature log and pointing behind him ),is ur uy way and resolutely thinlng of nothing
and fond of using limbs without entirely "Then wake up and show her in. a wife abroad? every "\ ,
'i? my in the plncl'there was not one (r. Lambourn he panted out, "that of keeping my eyes txcn the highest
"!< /I neglecting brain. I lu'e'tfew ('up."I' She came in with a silky rtstie: ; and I had in the wildest funs bo sonic un down yonder on the Curricks iMble part of the cliff, a word
'''''- lards: in my house, but have never hail the certainly never seen it before. She, l-ottie, whom r'ouhl'lnnt'ct ) lone as lone, and not half un hour o' tide mid be spoken, letting mself down the
'r.ff ,>' Gist of a skeleton in one of them. I have Indeed I I never can guess u woman's age with Mrs. I.a'all"t is: husband I was startled out of such thought pe with my knees and hails. It was not
il "" to'turn for dissipation, and am\suite as well so I must content myself with saying that "'ho" : nnl you say. your even mine I knew every inch mat 1 had room left in nm)heart to care,

.4'\., off au 1 want to be. In spite of my profession my visitor could not ]>os'ibly have been ? asked that I.she thought her last woolslint as if I had been a smuggler of the old tim the in the most general wy, for the wo- ,
t. I am, and have always been, absolutely more than thirty-six or less than twenty I suppose interest in her. and nobody}' who knows the cliffs abo Ian on the Curricks. Iw'itsnamivthingbut

3 :without an enemy, which may be partly accounted yean old olio was of moderate height, "The refreshed scoundrel my who it my husband?" Spendrith needs telling what being alone philanthropic! mood, or iii.ne that would
.s for by the fact that I have exceedingly graceful figure, and was dressed,much more "There t" the Curiick means within even an hour (aito me to risk a sprain wrist for 1 any 1
said she .
!2 ., few nelglUorsund warcely any clients fashionably than we were used' to round high tide. The Carrlckl are of rat Mil on earth but Regmahli ervare. It was r
:'; ray.practice consisting in a l Mini-legal semi-; Spendrith-hi brown silk with bows behind A little theatrically she laid cloulE.'lt er low rocks, projecting riot like th1: I fchcer impulse ; neitherSolhardiness on "

"" ,agricultural stewardship' to the !uest and and down the sides,a tight-fitting jacket before Je. It was a perfectlygood lind solemnized authentic blade of u scythe, or rather like the point?%: f cone hand, nor courage fii the other. 1 ,
< .. dearest friend, I ever had in the world-' anil a sort of nondescript cross between a copy of a register of marriage ram of an ancient galley, from the base f -urn no credit for the clin ; rather blame. J
J ,friends I should' say, for his wife is: as dear hat (11I.11\ bonnet, from under which escaped at'a Ixmdon bcwel'l JuitHay. ) the cliff, easily to be reached within abo. ('oulliin nowise be tho' manliest help to I

to me as if she were my own ,sister, and hischildren : a mass of fair brown hair-behind, in thick spinster, and-Reginald two hours (* the highest tide, but after thJ 'r\ase; on the contrary)', leas' risking the '
as if they were my own Whom waves that flowed down to her waist, and in Mv eyes seemed to darken and swim, breaking the calmest sea into a rage and citirely I ly life that could in hope to aid
L, ,'should: ./ever have been temptud to murder, froiik in a fringe foiling down to her eye What could it mean? .As the sat (there triuiiiphant cut off from reach tidier from abo\ lui. Only I had no hopcfor alYJlr him left in ,
ri .anti why? Put the name question to yourself brow Her face, was a pretty one, on the \ in her coning ,vengeance in her or below. At absolutely ful tide the mo' K in tho face of the proo and o&'the worn f
::. ',:.: of yourselfr-and: answer it if you cam whole,clcar-complexioned,fair, and brightly! greed I thought and thought ; and the more shoreward of those ( .' IS a full law in whose hands they *re. It all came
*,My friend wa*;Sir Reginald (cerya.4 .'-of colored; hut her mouth was, ut the same I thought, the more clear the meaning grew. fathoms under high-water line. The chi ha, just what I have alllhe overwhelm.I ,
m ,Course you must allow just as much accura- time too small and too full, her nose too long, Some months before the date of the Jarrage itself a rose up sheer from th ; hunger for action of ar sort of form. ',
rY to my proper names as you please. Head and her dark eyes a very great deal too large, my friend had been in Paris, I rocks for KOIIIO distance then bowed ou l)f course our idea waso fasten whomT '
one of tho largest estates Foamshire., o-f well as being)>ettooclo:>elv together. Still, Before the same date he had returned to over them and then finished its course t' | I might find below tohe l loose end of .
.. and lived mostly at St, Moor's, a splendid thegeiieruletlift was decidedly oulllInd had town. And' then there was his long subsequent some bU\lr'lIIIII fifty feet to the overhang UT1 in the Ilp thatthe sailor, with
; ; )lace: near'penlrith, 'which is on the to be (,l\lIt'llprltt)', whatever else I it' might berailed absence abroad for nearly whole ing path on which I wa standing. All the a1e\r help the letter-crier e-ould give
tjvildcst und rockiest part of that grand andjiraaraifioent and however much it differed from Year Hut still, was Reginald Gervu-e, who meant, in I dozen words, that he who foun>-, in, would be able to diw herun. and
coast, as all the world knows.My my own ttandanht of bl'uuty-LnttlE. Vane held dtityto bo even above hOlloriruch a himself alone on the Carricks half an bout I let down the ago that I might
.description of him is bhort. He was and lady Grace UervaM. My visitor looked thing can be-a lan who any !.Jl'for the tide turned would be a dead mai frt V'thavIew to U first part of thel.l
_, {literally the best and finest fellow in the grave alit sad by nature, ami as if alit had a cumstances, would, when he found himself in half an hour, for there was no poin ('!ritl down witlue Sl''oJul1'\pe
RhoTe, world. Were Lady Gervase writing story, and that an intending: one, 1 showed suddenly rich and in a high position before among the t network of currents wllch thstrongest ..stet, to the noose!\ us a guide
.I leave no doubt she would say u her a scat, and she sut do\vn, the world, rid himself of tB woman swimmer could hope to g.il r.>. below, h that shetight anlIct not swing
great 'iieal more of him ; mine{ must be a "You are Mr. Lumliourni; and you are a whether his wife or not*and even if he had .Who is it ?'*'! a..krl Could von tell?' imisb the face of the clfon her upward

Jt1aU'j' praise of a man. He had not a bin-, lawyer?" she asked in a yoke that made learned to hate and scorn* her-b)' leaving .I couldli t see .', but It looked It'rmiey., ,Is to Ir retuml might manage
that I could ever discover, and )'etwas"1iS her to starve? doubts-he ttu5t juiyc been like Green that deal
.gle fault her change into something t'cm Lucy ke'I\ ( t IJ by oI at
prettinoss Middciily clmbing, might,
far from Ling a prig! as the outh is It clear liquid vo'ce, f.ls to him first. Hut <\1 so, the pride of wirim Master Urooks mlJ he pulled to any

.....:.t from tho< North l mile I lie was nearly my with twine more.sort of was special u accent in it, and a 'my own life had gone; every illusion I had "A woman-good lust!" In this peril tin isStsS swing ao\'e. I
." ll ,4h-which U!saying something-in point ,kind of singing quality about her first. darkened at such a shadow us this must be at least something might po."ibl] be done.!] 1 blab CllE.
elf'cheat and biceps, and' infinitely inomnharf words. ; IV rhaps he had thought her 11.'ul1 Hut, no, .\I fast as I could cover the ground I was at'' nick which time sea 18ll not wholly
'" lutU ,,or' most n en IIi in brains; and 1 solic that could not be, unless he very the (coast-guard station, only to find a singh' 'r\1 There just
: '""
kbte heart was larger fctill. sometimes us,Si itor. hard indeed t think, her so. old sailor; on what was by courtesy called' Vs stood euou'tu "I011fwnneUvaU with
l' It'hJII} single mifortune that he was '' Leave said I. Call a tr fellow enough with akyl goJSa fet
; i tq: think :; Whom have I the honor me this paper, on duty, fig -na}', not call
'ricb and ao hapPY' and $o full uf Ii souse of pt'url caseimul we tb"UlnUo1urrw at ten ; I will think quantity *f rlt at haul; but what could x-Lady Gerr-, j
,duties, that Ills birthright: had She opened a motber- .. told two vj 11. hail
Jo f all the ; ) "Adrienne Lavalle. J over you le Exl'us me she been) b bl )mere out of
i ; noon luwHa l fortune lefthim"Uwrtruggtingbarrister : handed me a card-advice. wl4, l'he The now." l.ln,1 ;, ('t'rnlnlr. without trying. We1 reueh of all alt but me? Why had the
: that he was whew come to ask YOur though, she dui "You will undertake(the case,then?" could cvnousl&rj'/ tll.l'Cl of the cliff rope' is tf her beenrou-'ht
-:first wW' him iu London, he would have iiaute looked iWh like,and un yvt.1.nJ.hlOh; oman, I will try)' tl da whatever is for the iy.t 1 m reach the l'arf'k' twice over. It Was the I'l.'ri natur of that; to me.?
htiuself a great man,instead of merely not peak l quite : tlllJdnctly MU La raUl. Hut tts'! ,-< little. a woman, "I had brou"lit impulse
to9.Ie Inel\lII t'ul )
tliut of all
'ttwlnti5nto w>iuetln'ngmuch; greater. For tier accent s.v no b .Who is Mix Lavalle!" asked he as rile ij m I' Ifid 1 the ( herself face with her uele menewn -

Ta had 111CI laeaH1* born to a bawnet-1' of Ii fl.>reJgner't Qj'OtUI, t d tl ?8tJ: i: left le. .1 ant Ladr Oervase! I .C tind keep'urage h,1 from being| lank of the first rhui.M here !
wnctsljiiV'f Stt Moor'li'IIe Ul1h *,- calve fur legal "ot.ofhl.11'011
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were absolutely --- .
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unseen even faint the clifls that ro!'e up be cm.tmX-IW:: TM1 i:: CAliDOF Florida" ; and Wosiorn i nit a m'and fm 1
wry n
tween us two and the whole world. Her !: MAi1L01LY'9i'i.ltlh.l
secret Savannah n.id. nil Xo'tbenf
YORK TIIK: )':II t\\ nnd l
was to me alone ; its proof was NEW Wl''Itf'rJCitil'!' '! sriMiisiui'
in my own hand*. If :olio had died there!\ ATLANTIC, tllu\iil.1I. what would THIS: YIAU.: : SIT HA1L150AD) <" 1. -
have Dignified the loss tral K.iilrond: ftt and; from Jacksonville.\ St.t.J
of woman such ax she ? Wily had she not --... l'J.::." l'r.'H KA11.IIOAD: ) Augustine, Pal.itka, 1'lItt'rPI'H'.rUet: I. i.id- Only nii-ort Mnp tocw V irl*.
been left there to die? And if she wa! kit ( ) Iiret.i',i,) inns on the :St. Johns Hhl'i't .
to live-in one instant 1 saw the whole of Tin: AUGUST AXI> itrsr FAMIL lfill'f'AN itCFMHKHI.Ayi .\ Baldwin daily with ,he AtUntic, C\llIf>

dwelling that vision: ever upon"since, which she my had mind left had been rAiT.n( /.\' 7'in: l WOULD.Semi : ) iK-l'Ti: I:. and West !muma'I'rati': ;t 1ail\\\\' to and from ;
me-the Fernandina, Gainesville Ceoar : "
Key and
loss uined, all In thofrhilihe.'cs, the broken all the hearts! l'ruclpuui1-hnll'lIt, all the orld's\ In I:.f;Tt r&nuiry.>M ;W hf. ISfO. with Havana.: !steamers .;.or Taupe. Key 1: We**, and ,

of an innocent inother and her children .J-t'f" for Sample {Copy Frec."'yi' At
for oorfo sort it.Leave ('hathum ,tcltccthtee: times \\l'l.klwillt?

spaired the weakness of : ,,1'a good luau 1 had de Atlanta, (!I.I...,.............,...... :.1.) I'. M. the People's Line and Central Line Hoats; to Tin: FIXI: HTIAMMIIPS: : l

that now ?helping hotliing them all. Hut what was XF.W YOHK OH : Uave Macon, Ga...................,.,,. 7.I*> P. M. and from' Columbia' Kufaula: Fill (Gainr, IVISTIIC.V: : TIMH.CAIT.: .
d& when I realized le''s than nothing, J-H\'I'H: Leave I tru' n'w l'k, .1 burst that all ,ibis storm would l-3t .t 37 Kirk How New York t I Arrive i'ernan.lint,1: ................to.I.' .\. :M. / of!. thin; upon them, no longer from the hand ---.--. t.A'J\'., t'ernandini.: ._..,..._...................inin... .... .t" .>.,.. \Viii)tlril 11* and Ltuis -]'-nl.- -oil- ... rim .1,..'tlv; I I....- f'lTV' ()l"11.1I.11.ts. I... \
hands\MMII III, heeause sir ll\eO, but irOlll Tin: In:s.I'U: '('U, iTI1)E.ll'TiI'l'LL1' At rive Haldwin, Flrt.......... ......,.... l.'J't,:! r. >i. tvveen fal'iihassco' : and Jat.!ksonville. :
my because 1 did not let her lie J t?<("!'(lIl l'k !iio, silo tMiiiMoetion. HISK.OXI1 : i
Would there not bo something IT.f.t-'nl : A'a\'l' Haldvvin! /for Jneksnnvillc.! ,:.: f.:10I': M. safety. KDGAJl YI.IKT l'<'tfl'l.t. : of the above Meniners will ;
have f
mean and cowardly in preferring un'l'l'nlmbly the- II HTY',,q\:vnn.YIAK.: Arrive- Jacksonville- (Cum. Ilonte: ).. :2.i:I.i) p. M.Leave I. '."{"'-tf I..l'r l'rl.1\'l'l..tation.. ) mindinmt for Xew York every Fridnr; '

perfect serenity of my own !selii-b l'UIJ1Il'iClIl'l'tn i itihI: van for cedar(; Key....... 1..1411'l :M.-- I (t to suit i t the tide). ,
the livis! of those to whom I owed more TSII: SCZE x'l'n'u..JUUJ.: .\ :\ Arrive Waldo (Junction. R. IJ) ? .ll I'. M. nh c'r and 0ccau SIc'nlnhnnbl.X --. This: line, having no transfers to make 'Ji'r r'
than even a worse sin for their !sake could Tilt: ::r i;:'\ IIrn" Aurmiv: i io large, Ii ist- r.l'a'l''alll".........,>.................... .I.L1": r. M. i between .
repay) ? Surely the ways of justice arc not ('1:1: the !saute as human )."v. Tor' the sake of (printed in the most beautiful stylt',1 iirofi'tftly Leave ttainesville./ ..,..... ......... ...... ;.:'I1 r. N I. 1:11'.: s ( II i: i) ir i. 1:1: F11I5XAXDIXA,: : AND IW'OH': /f 1

other!' we must punish what tor the sake of rfltutmfed I'ilf"'d" ti.rimritiiif, represent. I Arrive Cellar ]Key..:.................... ji.Wi:! I'. M. Offers the
others we must:; call crimes ; but we do not ing the newest inventions all'!l'the most: t re Trains to Jaeksonvillc an 1 North of Hald- IIE, TXU CHKAPKST: /: TKAXSPOKTA: 14'. I
call dimes necessarily sins and what we ('l' Advances in the Arts and :Sciences' win clai". -'l': _____.,. TIOX) TO FLOH1DA:) ) SHIPPLKS: : ,I 1,
condemn with our cold reason wv in including new and interesting fiiifs in Agriculture ; ilOINCI XoKTII.Leave 1 GI/Rtil.l'; : ; I'I.OKII

our hearts and souls approve.; At may l.i-t 1 Social :Science,; the Ironic Health. '.1k' heal Progress (\dart'ev! .......................... .i.l.'i. ,\. vi. "' .t ta3mJNIAAND Yep'tables in and. Fruits will receive' -pctialcare Jj
could do nil things 1 foi Reginald Gervn.se. .\1 tr Natural History: Geology; und Arrive (Kiinesville) ..................... .. J< II .v. u. handling.PASSiXGiil: l
Wus: I to Hindi\ so that my weaknesssioull <>nomy., by: eminent The most: valuable )practicalpaper' Leave (Jainesville: ....... ............... 8.">o v. n I. :: : : ACCOMMODATIOXS( )) AKK "
let loose upon him nil from; which I could of Science writer in all departments Arrive Waldo ((1'. I It. H. June.)...... !Jt.H' .\. M. I fic7l FIHST-CLASS.::: :::
save him und that in such a way that he ; ..lnu'rtut.'Penns$3.perycar$1.r., will be found: in the Scientific Lease1'uld..".......................... .... j.V: .\. M. The
would ne'er,11 guess the peril in which i, Arrive Halduin.........................,. '..li p. M. traveling iniblie are olfired the ndvmitages -
he had been ? I : ) halmviar Which of a Ill IIE"C: 1.1 1 WITHOUT;
this:! ) swear she hail that 1 felt ns if for intltidos )postage. Discount) : In Agents. :Sold; Leave Jacksonville{(('11111. Ioutell.l5! ) .\. >,: S'I'I\.n: : ) AT. C 111 M l: .1' I AXY C 'J 11.\ XO E-4.: Connectii.ns made nt

$1 deuce very been purpose delivered Into, as if ha'mK by Provi I If by' Mt'XX all Newsdealers: Hcinit: I bv' )po-tal: order Arrive Haldvvin.... ..-.. ..............ll'u: :: p. :M. Jacksonville' with nil steamboats: for nil .
only that wretched lad had never caught, Xew to .t CO., PiiblHiers'37: Park How, Leave U.ddwin.. .. : .. ...... .......-.:.V2AO r. M. iHP! -.Lei ,\points on the :$t. John's' (kklllwllhn.1I1111 ) m
sight; of her ? Hut was I to let such' d miserable : York. Arrive Fcrnandinn.' : ..... .........,,,.... 3.10! I'. M. ,, .. Indian l IMvers: and, with the Transit! Hall-: t
chance as that destroy Kcginald Ger- 1'.1'1'11's.-In connection! with: the Scientific U'ave Fernandimi......................,. :.V.'t r'. 51 I. I J. ", ,\ mail! at Fernandina for all railroad station I ,
tc.sc7'hat was I there ti.'rlmt to counter ---- American 1II':t. t ,' j4k -.t. in Florida i,
act chance and to do all things for him ? Mr.NX it {'o. are Solicitors; of .lmerira and! Leave Macon...................... ......... 8.-JO( ,t. M. \ ;tJ.; 4 FIIIGIIT 1: : AXD] p.\ssixiu: : : : t
Suppose 1 did murder her, what but good Foreign, and Patents now ,hu\e have the had 3.\ :years experience : Arrive Atlanta, (;lu....................... l.l.'t I'. I. _.......... -- ":F...___. AS LOW .\$ HY IXDIllKcr: ( I.IXLS.Ii.l'fl'i]:: \.
largest cMahlNhinent ) Trains
would have been to Cedar
done? )Key and South
I did of Haldwln
not shrink "
in the mm mrld. Patent are /rt: Thniugli IJates: and Hills; of !
from thinking of the thing by its I ohtaincd.on I daily except Sunday.PKNIXSULAIt : leading;: ,
)had completely cooled my blood; by name. the best terms. .\ special notice is made in XoSUASICKXKSS: ::/( : XyOCKAX(: DAXOIIHSCITY ) ( : : to all !points' '
now. For
t .Dnmrc.01'1111 inveiitions HAILUOAD, passage' or further information, apply
What she., read in my face I know not. patented' through this Agency, with (Waldo llntnth.) to
Hut something' she mll.t! have read, for It the name anti residence of the Patentee. UOIl"III1f1rTII. H. W. SOUTHWICK. Airent.CAIT. ,

cue was that very I far u._ from.tlll! birth! of It hope of res- Its .11(' tummcnse cirenlltiotl tJ. : .( \'\\'nldoJuuctiou................. 1111.1." .,. .u" 1'lii': NTF1tIF'Ita j'crnimuiiin' p
fm111 hers. bite flce III el I looking pimhlieattenti'anis directed to thenteritsof ': \"e Hawthorne. 7.10 .\. :M. OP ItltllMir/l'O.V: C. lie 31ILI.OII'I 0.,

feared through it lily eyes! into 111Ill'art, as if she the new tent, and ales or introduction Arrive Lochloosa.............. ...,...... 8.10A.M. 1): I Fast!. River. X'ew York :2-.tf t i i
more than tho sea. Neither of us oll'1em.th'( effected. Aiul 1).11'11) (', I.\II{. ----- ------- --.-- -
"poke word ; hut, meanwhile, the set itself .\il}' )per."n who has made discovery tiO'MI .NOUTII. 1"I.CUnn.'XI l
a new ) )
Leave oehloosa ; 11.\ .\ \.\
rose and rose, and the wind )began to of invention .10.,K) .t. M.
rise too. whether ascertainfne ftk HKUYICJLiVrforiiuit : :
patent ecu probably! he obtained; I rrln'111,111 .hllll.tiOIl..l.I." ,1:(1' TiIl: P.1':: "f.t:
I wits absolutely making plans. I could. 'h.v:? writing Mixv & ('0. 'We also semi Trains 1'1'011111110' to l.mhloosaaml: ) r. si. ;, f .....__t.
leave her there-it would not be fault free our Hand-Hook about the Patent return ,--- ..
if La\vs .
my .1'.1551XGIIl
Tuesday, Thursday UIIIIatllrlhy.:: : : : Y (j'L: -
she were1 found drowned. The body could he Patent. l'n\'a tol.: Trade Marks, t their costs, 1 \1':01'1'\111.10: : : \ ,
recovered at low water and buried, and no and how procured with; hints for prouiring CJN:: .,FX"1'1iN'3.( ( _

body would be the wiser. I must give up nel"alJfl'1on inventions. Address for the ATLV
I) Lottie, of course ; it was:! one thing to com pj|>'-r. or coiicei'ning patenisM1'NX, Close connection i is niado at Atlanta.: ClII., .......;.co,,: : _
molt a murder, but qujtc anotherto make her ('O.. to and from all )points: North, IJasf): Wevt and 'R ;i
the wife of a murderer, even though of one .I/ Park How, New York. Northwest daily SIc'nlnc' ('il.v of IlHUgcfou<< by the nc\\riiinl elegantly up' It u
who had right on his tide. I could take It Hii.nch O/ll-e, Corner F and 7th Sheets, AT MU',,I.N, ov., pointed l steamship ADMIRAL (sMewl'icel j .P
into head to leave Wviiik! : I 0. C. ( .\ii'. JOHN) F/'I'ZOI'JAI.H./ ( :: { ) ), '
my] Knirlan-J.; and should, Ot17ftrelt uecurtlinH to the fullutt II u..I..I..t.
'Vith 'l'rl1ll1 for 1..'uFntlu. /.' .1.... .1...... ,11.. .. mK tic lot"Ill' .
spun IJO forgotten, --- --- ".u. ", Leave Cedar \
-- Waits
---- ------- -- --- lontgomery, Mobile and New : nt IVrnandimi; for tho) Monday! ami Key on Tuesday rlllllH. 1'
Can you save me ?" she said nt last: Stop Ontans, Sub-Jinx. tall Orleans. Thursday! night Yegctablo Trains of theATLAXTIC (Passengers: Savannah! leave! by steamer
What are you going to do with me?" Couple Only $U3.llest In the U. ti. AT JKUX.VXWXV: .'1.\., City of Hridgeton' on Saturday 4 11. m. Leave ,
"II I with ?" I asked Open your eyes:! v.ide before you send With New York and Pcrnandin.i: Steamship \ C1UI.F; .WILST INDIA)( Fcrnnmlina or Jacksonville by Trnnsit'l'nH: \* \
;you (0011
knows North for I
What are : instruments.! Spread ('II le11'cr. Line from New York on Wednesday, at .\? 1)I'I'NINSUI.IR I road train Monday morning), Arrive ''ut'i 1
doing with
you Reginald Gervuse? t ti,"enl'nts do 'iot tell lO.'SOu.:; Kry '
Look! always the exact truth. m., and for'New York on Frhlllit 11'estVedn'sday morning. Arrive
the tide i'
will :
be '
waist high soon I Better! instrument name :'J.40 HAILHOADS: : i
at ,
am his friend. Arc or less \prices (milt 1'.111.; from Nassau, N. P. onVetlnce- IlmtvauutI'elueslay afternoon ,
life tho your rights or is your be had nearer home. ;Arc these oilers : Or day'; for Nassau, N.;l'., ou IVcglnesday. leaving Centre :: Hcturnlng, I leave Havana Thursday.evenIng. <
dearer to you ? Hut 1 can't trust : :: With Street: Doek direct! for. Savan! I'
jr\IIs-1j .
: Stops, Sets Reeds, hub-Uuss; and Georgia and Florida. Inland nah. Passengers and Leave Key West FrltlaJmrnIIlK.. Arrlye .
you.: Coupler, Beautiful Case only $(15 ; t 0 Stops, boat Co. from tfavanfwb.: g111: tl.u..jy'.lln; .' epiuiectfo.ilat ; shippers' are assured: Cedar Key Saturday ,morning (and I at ,i I :
r (urilcd $b- ,, ,:: | >
faint and 4 !sets' Heeds I I 'II'1I111hJtJlJhu.) Ibteuuii .
sick at :
heart How oolyr59 ; 7 Stops :3 "nets Heeds day, Friilay ami Sunday/ for Savannah on ships(] and! trains for the N Jucksonvillaand'.l'Ynmndinaby.: '' Transit.-) -.. '
(oIlM'1 nerve myself! for $."x). Stool nnd Hook !
even his sake, to IlIcllll tI. l'ialloi Tuesday, riday and kuuday.I'itll :: .. HallroulIl'alllrl1ay'lIhlt/ und at Savannah
be strong enough to let this weak wo Oct., large, size, Hich Hosewood Cji';e. only \ Charleston:; Steamers (St. John'* and by stenmer City of Monday/ '
man die? Suddenly n heavy wave swept $1 i{) ; 71 Oct. largest size, only 421171>; Oct. City 1% ;im1)) from Savannah, and C'luirleston Steamer ))anlel C'lurlc, ing), thus forming Iltj.tol tll' "lwrh.1 ;
over the rock brought her to her knees Square! Grand, extra large )rr. route between the tin ls(9iba
and lIilir'cn (('a"(', .l'lllIl'Slll1)1II111 Sunday; for Savannah anal <'.\I'T. P. H. WAHD, '
--.- would... have 'lIrrll.f her into at only I 4ll, 'ltllolllllc1 Cover included. All Charleston' Monday and Friday. : .
\ had I not instinctively thrown time from old and 1 reliable markers, and fully With Steamer ffani dully to and from St. Leaves (,en ire Street Dock every Wednesday! J'HMn HAnnb:-..

nooi t..rOUlul.. her it was.tJ. it.t lIhtJt1'\!! guaranteed ; 15 days test trial. W; pay Mary's, la., ami bI'lIIl-w 'ekly', to ami from ami Saturday! for SAYAXXAII, touching at savannah to ...... .( ( ) &("v". ,
Lie ltlOI has. thou-' jlcr for n minute 1\10\ ,t. eiglmt. if. m. satisfactory. Positively the St. Mary's lllver handings. H1UTXSWICK:; : WT.. SI.MOX'H: DAHIKX and\, Fernandimi. 111\.lln. ... : :(1) f;1.0. i !
11\11. .
"You can save n\l', and you 1 IJld mite I sc colnpeNttntPrices" ? wil the'' tT1'tet'| _' .:States.: No mis- AT nuiiwi.v: rt.\., DOnOY'OA. JU.IHol viI to ( .... :"'l 1((I) 'MM j .

my rights for my life !I" IIho said, with Wf 18.S". It'I'tl" -'li'liro,1t.ltttillcsy/ and' t With 'l'nlins'tlr/ Live (OakTallahassee: and .llciiioriinilu.Steamers ,. "tnh'rOolllnel tlklIIIII to LEVI 1(
V scorn, anti 'ith U courage that startled LfDItKX; & BATES, HlIulhl.tI 3lasic'I n"rlJ.. : all points: in Middle and West Florida., ,G Ai.IKN'H'I'ourist) : !: < 1\*,
'Yes. "ou soy truly ; you arc his S Ulvitnn.lll., Gd. 11\11, are 'fUllc'If'(1 1 by Through- Tarllf( I NivuFinah I, (Ja.-Corner Hull and Urynn
, Liko master, like man:' ______ I insularliu'tltb..a \ <' II'III""" F I t with the Atlantic, Gulf .t West, India Trail streets. JI. A. CALLAX Agent.

Should have heM her there till she WM ItaltroiulM.TLOHID lI ?. : ] | sit and Peninsular Hail roads,111111'i:\ Savitnmili Fcrtmnndina-I'grnont: Hotel. A, L. ilKLLKX : J
I. .. -- ---- j with steamships: for : Agent .
fuce ------- ) Haltinmre I'ldlalll'lphill
drowned ? Should I have been able to -- With Stage Line.4"J; : J 0
shame of returning to the \ CE\'J'H VL ItAIl.J 'J.\O. Wl'hll.. New York and Hoston. JI'kIOI'jCnrn'r +trt1b. I
the unspeakable should I have wuite,1 there MOllday, I' or $tate-POot11s, Tickets, and nil other( A. C. LAXPHKItK:, A ent. I 1
cliff and
atone ur
until the tide had corered me also? I tiny JACK-OSviIMS, F* v., March HI.(; 18m. Ocala Tampa particulars. apply to the following Agents H1..lugusthn-Otr Hay': H. F" An l.
what I Maid tu O.MUidn.terthis; : late Trains on this Iloiul day* 41.Othlees : tffHOXUg'lt.. i u-tf
to myself, and I say to you ATCEliVH, KEY, FL\ oI 1" 1 ?1( .
lion knowlt. I trust not, but I have will :unasfoll<).\'!! : With TamilIia. wii-fi'n.sldi Co..':s lane for JIII'kIiOIl ;!'ia, Fin.--Capt. J. 1.. Houmillut, --
myself, ;: l
never very l'OI1tillentl believed in the gooll. DAY PASSiXGKI: % (Exorr So:HAY.) 'fulllpa anti 3lalatce: ylonday lIuI11'hut'ell1)1at sus, IIr' 11l.II:|*jL( between Second! and Third. SlTJUnn: M'mi: > l'L1:1 ;

nosy: ur the good or thc badness of the bad Leave Jacksonville ..................... M-<" *. u. 4 p. m., and for ]\<'yWCMt tulltay! 11I111 l'hCrl', Ticket .V 'lK; t."*Hull* ttl"' Br y tut K'-i' -' .-' .
I or the weakness of the weak or the strength Leave Baldwin ........................... Oat *' u. 'fhuJ'! of the strong, since that day. Leave Luke City ..........................ll:3: :i A. With the UJ\l1l'41 Mutes= and Ju\'aua[ Fast I"t. Augustile; }Flii.-On} lW }. and 1 1'1110
Ahoy, there( Bold un I" I heart! a I.'u\'C Live Oak...... :00;: 1'; 1IJ. Mu1! Htl'IIJ11l'r sl dot i"rl for Key\Vest, I 11:1\11111\, .\ ;;1 .\gent. ."U. 1.0111I.rlll"'lroIJ v------ I -- ---1 --.-.-,r t ,it
' rhout. anti the grind uf wood on the I'uck, Arrive at :Savarn.'h; ":::5 1'';. :'of. Cuba, on urrivul of:sl'e'cial'rruln: every 'fllt'tl- 1'1I1atkll, Fla.-I.lliI'Jlthlil ItruthcnwrfKrd.I,,. I ST. JOII.VN I g fCITY: } ? s '
and the uH.hll'l'ing:: uf OUf'S. I think w' }Lrases.'yanm'h.! ..:........... ........... 8:00.\: ) :.. day Unet1loon, ttt .1.3(1( p. rat. Hi"- avuna, Agents, t *( i. 1'OI.VrJ'.2J!
were both in the boat before wo knew where Leave lave Oak......... ......... ......... 3: :;jI'. lIl.I. Cuba, and Key Wc-st every Saturday.. special C jfSTAVK: LKVB.Jenerul : ;, ,
wo were. tho was saved without my help, I..save Lake City .......................... 5jOr:( 1\1. train to 'OI11I1'I't. ( Passenger; Agent "
and I-I scarce know from what, if from un)'. Leave Itai'Twin ......................... iOJ:: r.; :01. With Steamer E.terjrise( fir IHhlll Oil time W. I'. HAHHY: ; il
thing, I hud been !tln'11. Arrive nt Jacksonville ..... ....... MO: '; 1'. 111. Hh'cr, on 1 hUJ'lc1nylt lit Ii a. 'II. General Aiit-nt, SavannahJ aI
Sir ItE'ginahl hilUoIcU' wa'4 ut the hcl'JI. 1LII.. ANO ExrltIs:; ;';. (')\'ry;) hPoJ' information respecting routes rates, X. HAHHIMAX, I h1 ,

What could I du now? Absolutely nothing, I cave J I'kllu''Ull......................... 5:30: ( '. etc., apply to 11 l, Manager.
I1t last, except give up cVl'r.thlJlgto despair I.'u'c'hit" House.................... (1i:15: P. JJ. 1. \fineDONI'.Ll. ----- ---- hugs on me j .J .;-
I waitcd fur I hClitorm to bUJ"jt even t here and leave lktl twin............................. ':*" | s1. Jen'l Ticket and 1'.iss..lgcnt.. ST. .nAicvs IU ,'ln: IMCKIT.WJIBHTKAMKH and Charl *ti i&:, ,

then .......................... 7'c: ) JUniveDarbjvillo J- 51. U l:. )1 \XWF.L, Oen'lSupt.) ____21:__ 1'r ) A
It was siugrlyto my .unaze that llO look "rlhits Leave Sanderson....................... 8:07: I'M] \ ;(JaJul- -< >
sign: uf recobnugon }pmisstvl between the U-ave Olu tee.............................. 843: : ] ], l'I:SHACOI.AX I D tg FOIL JACKSON { } \' f;t J
ban and the wife whom hl-hl, not Ihadsan'll leave )[1. Came......................... $: ; J, JACKMoiiiLK '; UAI1lt9\VrH-K ; ) WJ1'uui
to destroy: him. I waited in vain Arrive l...tke City.......................... ::iV I';. J f, MASTER: \,! ; i ..i r"-1II'3 Jifrl'.VKFOU 1: \
, "Tlulllk Go41Itutwyou from the yacht In Leave L'voOak' ,.......................... 2:15: A. 14. 'l'\LL.\lr.\.tr. :. J-'u., FdJrwlfY 3, 14I.! JOn J 111. 't
time 1" said he It WUf: like you. old fellow, I Arrive Tnllalu ce...................... 7:0lI: A. 1\f. and! utter )[olllayI'\'brllary 2, tlxO.: : : PLOIIA. }
ttl try to break your neck for nuthing, bat I Arrive Albany..........................,.1 10:5 A. 5 It. muveeoger trains uf thlll: road will run us fll. 1 CAIT. JOHN HK'HAHDSOX: ) HAYAXNAIl: A."ran I.\L.TK\
. don't\ think both of YOU COUld hate' gut up .\rrh.cSr\.IIIl.'h...?..................... Uou: .\.111. #iota, viz, : tP4tSSI'NGEt'lilAINEAS'r H.\
without damage May I ask the .nave uf U-aveSavunuuli ........................- 4:30: P. 111. : HomW.Lcu'c WILL Hl'X: OX THI-J: ST. MARY HIV- ;.l: \ImY1 ) ; ,

the lady whom I have been luckt> enough: I l..l'ayeI"allY ............................. 4:00:; P. n. :Chuttahooc.hcc..dailyat..... 2 (M l 1'. lIl.Leuve t'r Illlrillg the season w. follows : Close connection made ''hi

to-alluw me to introduce myself.said: with a I Leave Tallahassee ....................... 5.45.: 1'. M.I..l'uc Quincy................... U ...... :It: r. )1. Ll'JlHT.. I\"M IVEIIY MtNIAY ail Mellon ville ulll'utll.rIJ. "' )
"I lun Ladylervase: !I" bite sir for Live Oak.. r"Uave A. *. Leave Tl1l1l1lu.l'e.1 ........,*.*. ? *..... uuJriM. ''flI11HSll.\ MOIINiNi lit fj u'dtt'k, for tJ for Ockla\U"1 nr(' 1''t/t (). ,
scornful look at 11I( 1 thank you, Luke City *:*} *. M. Leave Monticc-llo .............. ...... 710 1'. M. 1'Y.kNIIISA i anti will have o'Y.RNUllIS.\ fteumew for Nework, I'h i
, saving my life""LudyGervascl- Leave Mt. Carrie. 4:114: .0\- J; Leave (rl..nvill.............. ....., M 3.'i P. )1. same buys at tI u. C.\fplIN'IOIEV, Uostoi, and HaUlmoreand ut Charlestot?'; ,
!t" wife of Leave Olustce. 4:40 A. Leave fl1lli.u..................' ...... U =41 r. M. and all Inh'rlll'tHllte landings un .the river Itt'UIWn for New York, Pl.Hadeli'blu! 111 "
You surprised? I am. the vooM: '' \'ImY '1'UFB.1anti nu. with Northeastern & rxuU (
seem I Leave K' Leave Live Oak.- ...... 15 A. al lteturnhlK lurt. IUd
Sir Reginald Gervase, oStW'J y Leave Darby ville. ;:9 R *. *. Arrive Savannah.: .............. II .,.. OOOA'M. DAY, will arrive at (KT. MAUY'H at 6 p. .' m., Ilea Jtailrua. for routea Xorth. Et ;J
know whom 1 hove to thank ? I.caveltaldwiim...........................- G.tO *. M.Lea'e Arrive Thomasville ........... ? ...... fI,5 Am'S1. touchhlK Wtt. II"IHTeJ.As'i
"I really must ask you to parJon tale. White Housethn.u2li ..................... 715 A. *. IrriveAlbany............. .... .. ......1025 A. I. On SSl: )K5Atl l HATUHDAYH
said he, courteously bewi1 eretl. "Uut Yacht Arrive Jack unville..................... 7:00 A. )f. Arrive Laketity..4w; M.....,:'' J J '. will I leave Hr.MAKv' at X:3IJ; a. in., and can I'\H"ISOm: ACOMMO:
Gervase happens to be on board that On Mail and I..tllres: (rain Sleeping Curs Arrive lUldwIn.-..........- ,. .- 62.. > J. JJ'. be tharttrwl fur excursions: I to1)unxeucrma JJTWSt. '1

. yonder I am Sir Reginald Gervase.1tvt..t run .to and from .JacksonCaro and___ Arri\ Jacksonville........... ....;; 7 g) A._ JJ, i Through Fr.rinHrm Tickets aid Htateroonu w 1r-
\ could It -all mean T .be Savannah ; alsO, Luas : lEU" Arrive 1'enlunlina..........-. ...... 3 40 Y. .u.. .. BUt i ell (uml.hflJ oflice .r 1ler
if yot:;reader: cannot guelfS, you have must forgotten through to and (rom Jacksonville and TuUlahFEKNANDIXA Arrive Gainesville ............ ? .....> JJ& 1'. )I. and other |. lions of interval in the ,vid.d y Centre and BCCUIHI streets" .

as blind as 1 had been. Y ou must Sir Reginald Arrive Cedar Key ........"..... ? ....'. ) r. x. of FernaiKlina. .20-ly A._.NOYF.S.Gi. .-- .-...-
my telling you that my EXPRESSLsave (J>.ULT.) nOUS). r'A
L had inherited 8t. Moor's from cousin of his ":" *. *, I'ASSENGLIt'fRA1N-WEST Through KIU' of I. .illnC& F: A"'ERY_ .
.. the family Jacksonville- Leave JacksotmvJle..daily at...,. 5 ) r. M \II< .
own age, and that Reginald chosen was to die suddenly Arrive lUldcrln...........................12:30: *' )f. leave Fernandina ............. tl ......ill |) A. j|. MAMjOlirtf LINK cf !8'w uw. (o all
name. If that cousin bat time to communicate Arrive Fernandma.................". 3:40: P. x. IxAvefiainesville............- U ,..... 90'l JJJ. by LI L un he $t. Mary's.Clone a.- .'
before be had or to make 1\ U-ave Fernandint.wUaveHal.lwin. --30 A. x. Leave Cedar. Key.............. Ii ...... 4 )j JJ' points I "
with his wife or his friends:entitle to call .. ...*- *:: P' x. Lcaue Baldwin ................. ? ....:.. 7 g") r. Coiuiecllou AND .i
will hilt wife was perfectly she ple.aOO ; but it \rri\'e Jacksonville ..................... 2:3. P. X. Leave lake City.............. M ...... o 40 p'M. rmade ] 1'JmY UO.lmlG fr.\uty. "r ;
herself Lady Ger\61se if his heir beyond Passengers for Fernandina anti C..1ar. Key leave lill\'anllah ............... M _"*' 4 30 ,. y. with the New York and Savannah CAIt1IIAaEl3 AND \VAGONS ,
could not .pobtiblv atl'ect of the take this trolln. No train from Baldwin to leave Live Oak..............- M .... S 215 A. ,. teameN. Mark all goods ('are of HteamcraCCoKoDATIOXS To and (runt Steamers ,
:T t, l'OUlllel1iug him to the'wi pay a which! ht' was Cedar Key on !Scndav.CouETtose.At Leave iladlsoii ................. u ...." :S.lS1 A. ?. 'llJra, &nl Trl ,
persona; ( estate to ow, than fool 1 a1l1win! with .\., G. & Leave Greenville.............. |. .... ..'3:) *' M. GOOD -FOR 1'A- CQNTR.U'IH.FOR II.IULINGt ETI
able enough to do What a worso W. I. T. It It., for Cedar Key Gainesville Leave fontkelllJ .............. 4 ....;. ..5: (;:) *' ,,. w-n-'er Excursionists ami Tojirbu: wUfliw ; I rca ..\E:

1 hUll been le talk lightly of and Fe1nauetina. and aU \\tOlnU North and Arrive Tallahassee........... ...... 7 (II) A. M' this. a very at.r.1dltrll), M the scenery .
'Yhen I have heal'll do)(thus\ or that 1 Haves : WC1't ; I1t Luke City for Tal Albany, Leave Tal.laha ie............... U ..... ij :>J *' *. LJ grand I aid'illigaton. nUll other.., game are JOlt-f IIUGGIE1tTri AtVAGONl! -
their teml.tations to strongest tent'rotation' ; Savrtuah end all pllinu! North and Vest. lkUve Quincy........ ........., ? ......10 0th.A. x. abundant. 4 TERMS
said, the greatest and In cult blood, Ii at Jat'JcfJO'Ille! -sj-issK- \rrive attahooi-t- ......_ .. ......t1 S) A. x.COYNEUfiONS. 1"01 fur ht'r irifonnat apply IoJolla' ( C.SJ.1
I ever felt was,to unirder shadow ere .. ; lUeUA1Uh, ysOtlke and StaMeJo'11t u'or IVrom }

of woman wrung.who People had never think done the jesting ate a but it ,,'/M.{;UIICI DAt4rso''1tendent.*, >I&tt'r rTmi 'i,'n. At Live Oak daily wjtt the. f'I1\'aullah.! 2s-tf '"**? Ft-mamlina,. .t w. Street \1i hat. .!tt;;

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TJIE rloltrl) L 1ii1i; : who has! established n reputation for raising ovn IXTEHXAL IMMIOVEMEXTSYSTLSf. South desire to control the government by qftcMion{ ; left is: whether he,,can,, hIt ,the-
-. ------- ---- -- --------- -----,- -- good fruit, and for )packing it properly will means of a Solid South. The solidity of the )peace with with the the Grant other fellows!, and that practically

.1 TUlWA r, ..YO t'B.1I1Um :11, 1880. sell his fruit in the home market and get a Nothing/ I is truer than that system i is! alwaystruccconomy. South I Is for home rule, an effort at self t log it depends upon how grl'attle! demandsof }

-- fair price which will be better than running ifutowniytoledraimtlthou- preservation, the control of their interests t the former are upon him. Garfield! has

WHAT 1I7J PROPOSE. the risk of shipping it on his own account. sands of dollars will be saved by a comprehensive property and rights entirely apart from any here one great advantage over Hayes in hast the

The MIRROR to-day enters upon its third I The large dealers! will arrange for !better system, looking not only to the immediate connection with Federal politics. It Is! a fact that he is: more results of a I lil'tonulti'tIII.Hl indirectly without
skill to chest
year of publication. The Idea of its founders transportation a wider distribution over but the ultimate wants. universal upheaval c/f the Saxon clement of giving le offence that might be impossible! ofachievement

_ was! to establish!' a useful family paper the country extending, trade and increasing The plan of internal Improvement' by our nature to place ourselves above the control otherwise. About the cabinet!
,devoted to the Interests of Florida, of high the Ilelllan,1.1.'ernanetinn 11I1.1111of In ; for inoltI1IH'--if he could makcConklingsat-
railroads, adopted 1M :}, was avery of corruption, ignorance and incompe
of New York: .
tone and which should be strictly moral Hled I: with Postmaster! James
would be an admirable center wise and comprehensive! one, looking tence. The South has! supported the Democratic a Conkling man, as Postmaster-General: the
and patriotic In its utterances Although! for the orange trade. The fruit could be not only to the immediate but ultimate requirements party of the North because it aided country would be delighted, and a long step'

decided In its political character and opinions received, assorted well packed) and put of thl'Htatt.. The St. Johns riveron and sympathized with our people in their would be taken towt'I11S1ct'l'1 jt has sinned to be fair courteous and Hut suppose Coiikling makes it a
aboard ship( as! soon as packed and handled the cast and Apalachicola 011 the west struggle to obtain} the common rights! and :! matter that Tom Platt be given .
to keep clear of personalities, slang and personal under the eye of the dealer. Any fruit tin- already, furnished lines accommodating a privileges American citizens while the control personal of the po:
: abuse. It wlli-tmdeavor in the futureto suitable for shipment could be thrown out considerable: !Jl'etionuf countr '. The natural Republican party has only been known to yearsVimat if John A. Logan, who }has

maintain the respectable position we he- and the extra expense of freight, cartage and plan for a railroad system was to connect the us as the supporter and maintainer of the been doing yeoman's service (I believe
live It has obtained. We the that is the phrase) as chairman of the
propose during in New York avoided. We proper
repacking of the with the
understand ca'lternl'ortion !State western carpetbag usurpation. If )Ir. Garfield'saduinistration Western wing of the national committee,
ensuing year to devote a special departmentof that )Ir. llishop who packed and railroad between Wiir for
portion by a running centrally will recognize the fact that insists! upon the Secretaryship of ,
the paper to the History and Antiquitiesof shipped. .. his fruit from here last year, sustained the Gulf and the Georgia line from we desire only equal rights! and privileges, which he is anxious to exchange his sena-
Florida. Iy the kindness of General ]h aloss of not over live cent the Jacksonville Pcnsacola. For the torship, in order that he may "boss" the
.per on to peninsula and if the Northern Republican. press will him in his
y I S. Han ford we have been placed possession fruit shipped while tlmeaverugeon fruit ship-. portion of the State, t lying, between the cease their solid try of bulldozing, fraudulent ;Sherman memoirs as who a political stigmatized general I ?" Then.

of a,'('Interesting( work on Florida: published pod from the interior was about twenty-live St. Johns river and I the Gulf, a line was naturally elections and other campaign stuff, the about the New York: custom-house: for in-

it In London in 1703, which we propose to per cent. Large warehouses on the line of suggested! running from the mouth of North will only know us as conservative stance. If Garfield should have the wit and

-J publish, entire in the columns of this paper. the railroad and near the steamship wharves the St. Marys down through the peninsulato American citizens, we shall understand each luck Conkling to hit and upon the a name business satisfactory community aliketo

a' This work was written by Dr. W. Storkc upon oiler every facility for handling.) Cars could Charlotte Harbor with branches to the other )better und each section will work for if such a thing be possible' -.all would be
.4 the acquisition of Florida by the English: be fitted with and the fruit Hilt he has pledged himself
up shelving Gulf at Cedar Key and Tampa;und with a higher and better Interests than mere political plain sailing.
l': in 17G3, In order to attract attention and brought in bulk to the Jlacklll-llOu'l'S ; saving possible extension )beyond Charlotte Harbor supremacy. In a most solemn manner to."seek and receive -

settlement of the colony. It is accompaniedby freight on the boxes both ways. It i is a to some point near Capo Sable Under the, whose the knowledge information of and the assistance communities: of those in

:( n "Journal of a Journey from St. Augustine well known fact that any business can be liberal provisions of the internal improvement STICKING TO IT. which the duties arc to be performed )best

'>t up the River St. Johns*' made by the carried on nt much less expense on a large act of 1X3:5: the line from Jacksonville The article in Truth which Philp was indicted qualities them to aid in making the widest!

l' celebrated botanist John Dart ram, "llotanist scale than a small one, and it is the diminution toward Pensacola was constructed by the for writing, was headed Telling a choice." :Suppose; )Ir. will Conkliiufs lumpIpcrativei'fora "in formation

; to his Majesty for the Floridas..' of expense which always makes the Florida Central road to Luke City, and by Lie and Sticking to It." The New York man and who assistance"will! run the machine for his ,

:l Our readers will t thus obtain an entire copy margin of profit. '"e hope that some of the the Jacksonville, Pensacola: & Mobile[ road Tribune says : benefit as it was run under Grant? These! .:.A

:; of this rare and valuable treatise: on the climate large orange dealers will open up this business to Tallahassee. From Tallahassee there In Florida the election was carried by and such, as these, are the pra'hclllllue'honf04 ,
of Florida frauds and it i is not unlikely that the answers to which will largely decide the
1 production1I1t botany of orange/ buying and packing here and was already an existing, connection with gross Democratic ,claimant to a scat from that any character of the new administration 1 do

:,v procurable In no other way. demonstrate the value of such a business.A'PARTISAN the Gulf at St. Marks.! But for the intervention State may find it necessary! before he can be not sec much reason to doubt that such
We shall continue: to make the literary of the civil war the whole recognized as senator, to establish) the validity questions will bo answered to the general
t jMirtion) of our paper Instructive and) enter JUJH1K. line would doubtless have been completed of the pretended legislature: just satisfaction of the Grant men. Garhlltlnlldo
:!: It is fortunate that there has grown up in counted in.General his best to run with the Grant hares and
to Mobile, touching the Gulf at Apalachicola he
hold with the Indl'pl'ndl'nt.houlHl ; may I
this country a strong and powerful Independent Hancock received about 4,000
1 In order to give new subscribers the whole and Pensacola by the Chattahoo- even, for a while !I\teceedm accomplishing
,: Storke's s work we will defer the commencement press'e have recently had an chccuudthe Pensacola railroad. At Mobile in Florida, the Republican majoritiesfor this difficult feat ; but when the time comes: ,
j of its publication for some two or three instance where a partisan judge has taken Garfield being about the same as for as it pretty surely will, that he! must choose
weeks. advantage of his position on the! bench to would have connected with the Montgomery Hayes in 1870. The legislature of 1878 had between them, ]he will take his chances with '
and the Mobile and Ohio roads. It was the hares. Garfield knows his indebtednessto I
Wo shall also enter upon a discussion of ns'uillu a most! vindictive and uncalled-for great misfortune to the State, and particularly an undisputed Democratic majority on joint I the independent and reform element of
the amendments necessary! to tho constitution manner a member of the opposite party ballot of tllirt m '-four. (Sec lsiicricrmJbuu- the party, and will du his best to dischargeit : '
toVest Florida that the roads
and laws of our State, and would be who had the misfortune of being called as a were nac.) It has now an undisputed majorityon but there arc other debts which threatento
glad of tho views of correspondents on this witness before him. The character of the not finished )before the war. So far as constructed joint ballot of about eighty. If the FlorIda he I'tillmore pressing, and it will not beat

subject ___ ____________ their means were mainly furnishedby all strange if, before his administration is
gentleman assailed equal if not superior! to :. legislature! is to be inquired into, by1 all half finished, the independents who have
bonding the counties through which
MARKETING ORAXOES. that of the! judge. From what must he. they means let that of Vermont be included in done so much to elect him arc its sharpest

t The production of tho golden fruit is now pronounced to be from the circumstances passed.JucksnttvilleIssued! its bondstutlCu- the inquiry, and let the Senate resume the critics.
sufficiently well understood to make it a unworthy motives, Judge! Davis has endeavored lunubtaJla(1isonJefrersonund Leon counties. consideration: of the bogus legislature which
The war caused all etlimrtat extension to cease. WAIT ,
a certainty that with average cultivation: ( to cast odium upon the personal pretended to elect Kellogg, and let the man

'! and cure n crop will be produced. Tho character and reputation of the Hon. Abrum As a military necessity made, however connection, the Confederate between .I be seated who is contesting that bogus scat. the Six Southern or eight people years ago have how been happy could would they '"'*)

euro of the trees, the treatment of them us Hewitt, of New York )Ir. Hewitt, with a government The gross and swollen falsehood that have known that all of their states wouldso
to cultivation und fertilizing, the gathering calmness and dignity which Judge Davis the Atlantic it Gulf road, of Georgia, "Florida was carried by gross frauds," comes soon be entirely under their own control I

and preparing for market, are systcmatiscd. might, well emulate, points! out in reply' that and the Jacksonville, Pensacola & Mobile up to the definition of Philp telling a lie Hut that good fortune has been theirs for the
branch about miles in between last four That good fortune will con
fifty years.
Hut it Is just: here where tho producer /finds the whole statement of facts uI'on'hil'h( hy.u and Live Oak. This length, and sticking to it." tinue to be theirs just so long as they are

himself at fault as: to what course he shallpursue Judge Davis bases! his accusation were utterly Dupont Georgia true to themselves. "Though much has
in marketing his fruit. lIe has three and absolutely ut variance with the testimony connection was a subject of discussion in our ItH'UllLlCAX ESTIMATE OF GAll- been taken, much remains. Undoubtedly
legislature. It was felt that it would be sui the defeat of General Hancock will have time
courses before him : to sell the fruit on tho before him and shows with perfect FILLD.
: cidal to sacrifice the interests t of our own effect of leading the people of this section to
tree, to ship it himself: to one or more markets clearness the unjustifiublencss of Judgo:1'I:4' The Washington correspondent of the look less and less: to the chances and changes
railroad 'stl.'lII to make it feeder to that of
or to consign it to a dealer in one of the criticism. a Springfield JiejMlllcan writes an estimate of national politics and more and more to the
principal clllcs to bo sold on a commission.:! The independent press at once pronouncesMr. the Georgia railroad line terminating at :Savannah. : Gl'nerat'Garfieltl'li character, which is a ameliorative powers of honest home rule.
Hewitt's vindication Tills"was l neither to the interest On the whole, we should say that the lesson -
Tho first course of selling the fruit on tho a complete answer striking vindication Democraticcomments is wholesome
a one for us to learn..l'
of the State! of The
trees is the surest and least troublesome" I If a to Judge Davis and express surprise and :: nor our own seaports. all through the campaign. Allowing 1 the have been led from year to year ever since

.' reliable purchaser can be found, but it is not disgust at such an exhibition of party malevolence connection at Live Oak of course diverted difference between the analysis of a friend the war to centre our hopes upon the eventual -

practicable except in a few localities. If theproducer from the bench and call upon Judge the Middle Florida traffic from the Jacksonville and the criticism of an enemy, it will be triumph of the Democratic )party
r I'l'n ueo1\ it Mobile road at that point throughout the Union, and we have overlooked -
This ,
Davis to apologize. : a man of candid
J ships it himself must, of course, seen that the llepullcan, which SUPPOltl'tlCenerut the demands for retrenchment luuU .- .
4 prepare it for market, procure boxes, paper and honorable nature would have hastenedto and the trafllc from Lake City also passed : Garfield, ascribes to him all those reform of extra''."..*.....*.r and abuses wftfich -
wraps, and marking plates. He may ship to do, but not so Judge Davis He admits that way to the detriment of the road from weaknesses with which Dunocraticsors ccV4- ,)htywp..wPny door. Wbbave) at I la/ discovered -
his that he had Lake City to Jacksonville. that the only political questions
ho small returns entirely believed him to iowetfrY'orcsce-
advantage, or may get very .b n< which the Southern Democracy can decide,
his fruit reach and the evidence and then with the meanest nfiTcf beTween the Grunt and anti-
or may a well-supplied _!n il\errc > are those: which pertain to our state, parochial -
unfavorable market, or may reach n market persistence sticks to the charges after ho c.'OIl7'II..LV SOUTlf. (Grunt Republicans for the control of the and municipal J governments. In that ., /

where it is in great demand. Of this: he can Is obliged to admit that he had no foundation The lyeedoHtun, of New, IVxnfSwIck. N. J., coming administration, the Jtcpublicau, by direction there is a wide field for 1Lscfnlness.By {

at the outset know but little, and the risk of for them. The whole case is in a nut under this heiuljn! :;.i.otfces our comments Washington correspondent, says : government way of of example New Orleans, take the It is municipal not
necessary -
poor sales i is considerable. The course pursued shell. Judge Davis said that the publisherof on its .:Vuiciifous.; election news! in which thefiVitwing What is likely to ho the result of such a to detail the particulars in which the

at present by a majority of producers I is the Truth newspaper took the Garfield : doggerel was embodied : contest? Two considerations, it seems to present administration and its predecessors
m Chinese letter to Mr. Hewitt l'f'fiJ/'e1Iubl \ :' will determine the answer to this nave fallen short ; but it is clear to every intelligent
to prepare their fruit for market and consign lr Let the news ring through Dixic.s! land me, ques-
m lug it and<< that Mr. Hewitt prunufccml;: tion. The first is Gartield's: character as a student of our local affairs that
find its to
to firms and dealers in New York, Philadelphia miller way places there is an urgent demand for
1tO'cr man. A careful study of his record will ; a change
the 1:1
Daltimoro and elsewhere. These! dealers a careful examination that; whole body Where rebel tyrants hold faces." show that, while he I'u man of independent methods in the conduct of city business.
send out agents through the country soliciting and signature of it _a'genuine, and that IIIl'l1'lth dusky:: Instincts and repeatedly lived up to Let us go to work at once and ascertain precisely

consignments, and advertise in the therefore it i: I1hlioohl'll.: tilt( llcwsittproves And goes on to remark : them, when they brought him in conflict the number and nature of the sine! f
r To thut tho "uIII issue made at the with the prevailing party sentiment, he has! cures which the city supports:, in the interestof ,
say !}
local newspapers! Persons: inexperienced Judgelavisnowudntitsthattimem >> stood his individual politicians, not in its
North was to put down the hated Solid never out against party when such own.
in the trade are apt to bo disappointed in the : kfeV ind<< been published in the newspaper South" is", not stating the exact facts.: The resistance would involve a quarrel with the Let us determine exactly where the public:
net results of their shipments.! They pic'a' before Mr, Hewitt ever saw it, and that Mr. North has no quarrel with the South as party leaders. The finest: display imleden- purse may be spared and where it may be
but it does to the methods the dense which Garfield mauewwaswhen: he judiciously drawn upon. Let us familiarize
such object
and with Hewitt said that he believed the signature ,
they pack only -
as suppose, grew ourselves with the of the
cllro leaders of the Democratic party in the South opposed the silver craze almost single handed city council. -
and judgment ; they handle the I' sea with to bo genuine when the letter was have adopted to obtain control of this", na- und alone among Ohio politicians. lint and withthcditficulties which it is: called
care, and anticipate that their f flt( wilt ur. brought to him <{/?tl' the publication tion. 'rhl'lcople of the North do object to while this:' attitude required some pluck, rive In market in good order*' Judge, Davis>> has sunk very much in the the methods: said leaders have adopted to man with a steady head and -what was no from the fact that hereafter we may expect
\s n rule, the council l to legislate with doors
make the South "solid" politically, whenwe less essential district that was sure toback open to
probably, twenty-live per f estimation of honorable men by this prostitution :, him could take that position the 'public. The state administration will
'nt, of all ,the, know and they know that if there was a up any way
fruit shipment is: rcjH>rt/f unj |leubll\ ttlui of his:' judicial position for partisan fair and free expression of all the voters of without any such! danger o: ]>crsonul defeat ufford us equal opportunities for profitable
decayed by the couata purposes: and it I is not surprising that he the South it would not bo "solid," and as forced many congressmen to support timesilver observation and criticism.If : .
lIel' This entails bill against their better this course is taken by the
f made "solid" for the of judgment, und people of
of for express purpose
be accused
loss of not bidding an
ft only on'Cuurth of t0, fruit, appointment this section in all their states the
taking an unfair advantage of the majorityof also without any serious conflict with the south willspeedily .
.i but also) of all tbjf MIK.WO or picking, to the bench of the Supreme the people of the whole country. When party manu l'l'!!: Some of them doubtless reach a stature as a political factor /X.. ,
packing freights: o and Court of the United States from Mr.( Garfield. the South chooses: to have free and fair elections thought he was a fool, but they did not feel more commensurate with its ambition '
that while an apr tago repacking, so It is a sad indication of the lowering of there will be no !such: thing as opposition like quarreling with him about it. Nor can Prejudice will gradually die out in the North,
arenUy good price 1:01 it)- in the North to the people of that I recall\ single instance where he has taken capital and immigration will bo attracted in
tallied, the loss O. fruit and; expenses reduce character of our judges t that so flagrant; an section because: of their political opinionseven. a portion that involved a real fight with the I this direction, abler and better men will assume -

the average to-ji' low price. The 'UUStl: of instance should be found in so conspicuous This the editor of the Mirror knows l arty managers-such a fight a- Hayes assumed the party leadership, and our influence
*the loss of fri/ need a position.: as well as we do. when he picked out his own cabinet I, steady in the Union will grow by the
it |in go short] ft transit to f und inaugurated his Southern policy. It is maintenance of our credit and the
Ci7f if cnrrl'l'h'l1. US OF T7/L' SOUTH. To this have only to that whetherthe Garfield stand of our internal
--.x/wi and, possible, we soy not in to such a tight. Hayes development' resources
q r-J ?at of the oranges shipped from We find in the New Hampshire Granite only issue or not, it will be admitted by was sustained in it by an almost sublime In tlie meantime great changes will bo
about ccnt. Is.age Xtiitt J'reel'rese U communication dated Federal the /VraiwH/'iu that it vats one of the foremost self-complacency, anti probably never lost going on outside of the South. If the Republican
,1ltl wilterruntan, forty per un hour's sleep during the months:' when the party obtains control of all branches

loss, and of lemons twenty j per Point, Florida, November 10, signed byJ,1" issues: and thut the bugbear of the party leaders were curtngand snubbing him of the /general government it will be held

?... this foreign fruit, most of it, IsJht Tenney, .from which we extract the Solid South wus made use of in every part by turns.:, Gurticld: H not that sort of man.. responsible for the failure of every measure
'' by sailing vessels! and Is often from following : of the North. lie wants to be on good terms with everyINNIv of national j policy which may happen to disappoint -
Is it possible that the writer fails to appreciate states of Florida and to have everything pleasant its promise. There will be no ,
Now for three ,
New York ,
Jfty to sixty days reaching con- the condition, past und present, of the spiking Fifty thousand dollars u year und the White Democratic congress to saddle with the btupiditics : i
aedln tho close hold of a vessel. Thedealrs four million human beings in these Southern Georgia and Tennessee, with which we areas House rent free would not go far toward or the crimes of a Republican ad '
? lu New York say that much of the loss is States who owe their liberation from wl'lllll'lluahltl'lluoJ: js the, JrenfoJ/lial' with compensating him for neglect und abuse bv Ministration Radicalism will at last: be I'
lilac carelessness picking and packing, slavery, their rights manhood, of equality New Jersey, l"Yu k and Pennsylvania: 1 the most prominent men of his party. This thrown upon its own merits, and sooner or
to before the law, to the -culled Republicunparty trait of his character alone will prevent Garfield later its inherent weaknesses will manifest!
and In part to improper stowage and handling ? Does he forgot the grand strugglefor we say distinctly that ,we know of no hindrance \ from riskingany quarrel with Conkling themelvesaud work a reaction. We have
1, in transit. national integrity that has preserved the whatever to a fair und free expressionof : und the other Grant men, who can point but to leave the all but solid North alone
percentage of loss ought not, it would nation's pledges ? Docs he know now the all the voters in those states.. The negroesMn back to the confessions of his own friends with its victory, and wait until it shall have
that his own state was: in danger when become discontented with its
full struggle where rule consequences!
t over 10 per (scum lit the Northrn hu'umdngofthelast great this: State, as a wherever theywere It is
seem; averes0 the people of the North have come grandlyto tttok the stump for him. not likely that the conservative amistalwart
Atlantic ports. The average time from the front und by their ballots for the continuation at all numerous,took i>osses:ion of the After referring to his belief that General wings of the Republican party will

1' Jacksonville ought not to exceed live days, of the power of the Republican avenues to the l>olls and held' inxsjessiontit Garfield will scheme for a.second term, the long continue to cooperate harmonfously' ,
cF: Fernaudiua four. With a daily party, guaranteed to1:01: of the South that bloc until they had voted. In Georgia of the and when the division has become defined ,
\ and from the ,.,'1//,14 of uaiit utmU be rtqtectttl Does>> he Republican candidates in but few correspondent Jiepulllean says, again irreconcilable the South will hold Un
steamer direct from Fernundina toVew there wen leading into the main &issue within balance of iiower. These
line of know anything of frauds ut the polls? Of : the Radical things are in re-
York, the time could be reduced to intimidation Of shotguns and midnight districts: and wo have: heard of no inter. j arty, as follows : serve ; fur the present it remains for us to f A

,. ,true day and the 8tovrllSe': loading. :amid UtI'f asus"'nutions' ? Of social ostracism: ? ference. In TiMinessce thhu'c always That he cannot hope fur a renominationunless labor and to Wl1lt.-Xt'W Orleans. Picayune.OFFICUL1KLECTIOU 't
) I
,; "u,;. w systematized that tho fruit cojfldTdow We would like to know what Mr. Tenney. 'voted as they chose. and their votes, no he keels on good terms' with the

iu'Nevr York without uppreclr who lives in a most quiet und peaceable portion doubt, elected the_Republican governor und Grunt crowd, nobody knows better than : ETUJIXS OF
laiI between the carry- of Florida, knows of frauds at the most of the Republican members of the leg Garfield. Conkling and Cameron may not XEll' YOltK,
'bte 1o.r Competition and.cir. Intimidation of Shgt. and midnight islature. The of fraud and bulldozing be able to nominate their frit'n'ht but they .\Lu\ r, November :!,-Thestatecanvu 4
: ,in lines would least to greater care polls, -guns cry ('tUhe depended on to defeat their foes, as sets havedK-aredthefollowingresultsof -
and the producer would el'e nssasshiatiultsi'hy does not Mr. comes from men who desire to create sym Mr. lilaine I learned to his cost, both in 1870 I late election n, this state the
: Garfield
eumspectlon Tenney make these statements in the newspapers l athy and capital tl) insure Federal otfice and 1SSO. Natural di i>ositUm and self in. 5,34-; ; 1uncockelectors 1 534'5U electors

;f tbe benefit.. pot be very long bl'ture of his neighborhood 1, the'l'ulutkat. from the incoming administration. complaisant terest will thus to the combine Grunt to men render and Garfield to in- electors:, l.,.J73 ; Dow electors, 1,517:. Weaver
will probably The
n of ragge$ o.t: the hone port uf Augustine or Jacksonville Japers ? IIV / Now let us ay further that the great error dine him to their side if he must choose between tickets returns being: of the vote for the judiciary

.the vefr buying i wilt be e ihiut4"jtud, the IJrotIul'Cr.leU the Svuth, truly!! of ,Northern... pn4s U In imputing to the the two wings of the party. The only no declaration incomplete ot the, result the 1":11'11 ha"'l"matle

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SPIRIT or Tin STATE PRESS. their mi fortune had paw's) by set themselves Groceries mid lro"islons."" -oilY-GOODS: AT NEW YORK PRICES vffli.

-- to rebuild that which had been de <. .
Alachua is, for the f first time In many !'troY'Il.I\\111 reclaim that which had been A. it. xovr.s."i .
year, represented in thelcgislatureby) Democrat swept from then That they have succeededso ,\'"' TIII: porri-Aii imtv oons norsi:

?. We remember that in the days long well is a surprise to every one who takes ( I nocini AND :SHIP CJ\ nt..lm, tU"'I'
ago the House Representative represented into account all the fa'ti' a !surprise) : even ""' ''''' : 'I '
by a Dell in the Speakcrship of the to themelvcs.: It I is greatly to their credit: Nun: : IX -ThJ. House of Hepresentati\es. Alachua county( that of the attractive homes and vIII liable J... -

was then, as now, a power in the, political properties of the State to-day, a large )percentage "ro1IIIcHIII.! 1.lcluorN, VAv: -=-_ ; I
field. She has not vet, we hop", \lost: her are ow tied by men w I'm came out of ,

political prestige, tli nigh for a long time the war without n' ,dollar and who have DRY GOODS CLOTHING' HOOTS< AND SHOES
misrepresented under the Radical: I domina made handsome fortunes by their own unaided AGENT: FOR H. F. AV11UY & CO.'S Plows.CENTKF. ;

tion. We have another delegation exertion have; reclaimed V
strong : They : not ,.'
XO'l'IOXSXU .\Xoons.: .
from this county, headed. 1)n young ]Dell.We all the places that were laid waste: ; they STREET, j
may, therefore, reasonably I look' : for our have not cultivated i all the arable lands of; ;
to he recognized as the lir-tof: the State they have not the valuable
county ; among ; improved 52 tfrEnN.1N1)1S.1: FLA. JL -
the State in point of political influence.juaiitrstillc .- water powers and built/ up manufacturing --_-- ---- -- ----. --- ; l'

tsiin. hll1tl! rica. These: were beyond their JiltS.XXI': c'l.Aitiii: :. .irge shipments of 1\ 1.1.XU "'IX'I'I.'.1t coons received weekly.fr J'J.

The election of ex-(;overnor Joseph 1':. equal power.number They have of men accomplished, similarly all situated that an, ; Wholesale and Uetail. Orders by mail receive prompt attention '
the United States Senate the
Hrown to by could accomplish: in any ('11llIltr '.Orange 1111:1) ST., lUrr. CENTKK At.nirFliHXANDlNA .\, New York OtHee f I N.1J. Cor. Centre and Third,
Georgia legislature I is an indication that sentimentalism rr { 'I'I'. 1( 1111 ,
(Juinify Htjwiter.TllL Walker: Street. J Fcrnandiuii. Fla. i
!'\ in politics' the South ! as Georgia is concerned, is at an end., The I : FLA., .
e.x-governor is a practical statesman, the 1'01'ULATIOX OV 1'LOllWA. _
kind the South needs at particular crisis I According to the recent census the population DF.V1.FIl IX TilE SANBO11N & IIOYT

in her affairs./ We have no doubt but that is as follows : .
he will nobly defend the honor of Georgiaat : SF.COXD STHKKT: :om.\H CKXTJtK,
1880. 1$7), hold: fruits and 1'cgctabies.CON ; ,
all times and on all occasions, and getGeorgia's I
Alachua, is,5 tlj 17..1JS: : Wllol. $ \UXI1 KCTAIL
full share in the national -
*. The large majority by which hew Hrndford, IiW7; ;kniiErevtrd FEl'TlOXlmm4, Ere
vindication 1ISH| <{ t/jij:?| GROCERS SHIP: CHANDLERS
elected handsome of ,
as: was a ,
Raker, 2H i : ii_>;
his character from the attacks: of General Calhoun : !ws HIIs' Garden Seeds, Flowers, Farm and AMI UK\IKKS IS
Toombs, Mr.[ Lawton nlllothers. We hope Garden Implements. 7 tf
that the practical idea, the push, the vigor, Clay, 2,j,},, 2,0HColumbia *_____P P______ P #" *--*' '

and will the take elltl'rprbclIow root in every Southern prevailing' State.in Georgia If; it Dade Duval, .. .- .. ..2,521 17,72! U(!)!),'> ll..UlKscambi.i. 7w!:)85! ---ANGEL---- --d-- FIZIEh------ -- I HAY-J I' I* l'Olt. J |l OATS J I I .ltltl('"J| MJIi: j j [ F/rO. J I 1'I

does, the next ten years: will bring about a .
wonderful transformation in the South. : .- ll'17: : 7S17 > AND I! CONFECTIONERS: : : :, ---
Gadsden.\ -'- 11..VSS !tt)4.) :!
With the election of Hloxham and Hamilton, t-si5; ; 5,70,1 CIIOICK 2.12.1y: :
1 the party pledged' to the construction t llernand.i, .,25l: :LVJ.HHilMniniugli !I:; Groceries, Cigars: and Tobacco! 'co.
of railroad through South Florida, there ; o.'iss! ::1.1fI: BENEDICT & .
is every reason to believe that in less than Holmes :2,774 1,">72 ,
another year we shall see the long needed Jackson. 14,4X7\ < ,52SJellerson : TOYS:; AND.FANCY. ARTICLES.Weddings "
internal illlprovl'ml'lIts in progress: of rapid HI.1.'H; 13,3H: !
construction in theselouthl'rtll'Uullth'II. To Lafayette, u.lioii( ijjtf:; "
this I is not only Governor Hloxham pledged, Leon, 4),315) : : 15'J.J:!:;(; furnished at: ,the Entertainments shortest notice: ,and at rock-bot Picnics, Sontlitest!> Corner of Hay and 1'hu* Streets"" \ ..

but the Conservative-Democratic party Levy, 5,77.1 2,018 .r..r.I I
tom at
which will control the legislation of the Liberty, 1.:17: : lOMMadison. : ANGEL'S: 1IAKERY) H!
( : .
state. lo.ll.'I 11,121:
Centre t Street I ,
To these facts we wish: to direct the attention Manatee[ :3,157! 1.1KU: '
2.'t: :FLORIDA
Opp. Huilding.T ,
of those who may be thinking of making Marion, 1.1.1x10: 10, ;0l --- -- --.-- -' -- ,.- -- -- -- -.- t }

homes in Florida. In climate, 1' ! healthfulness these southwestern: (counties Nassau, (11"iW; |< ",:!47I '

including Polk, cannot bo excelled, if I Orange, (tI.l"J! :,1J,1!)
equaled, b y any other counties in the penin Polk, :3,1515; 3.10! W. LOHMANN'S: OFFEH GHIJAT HAHGAINS( :; IN
sula. The great draw hick to their settlement Putnam, (\2W\ : :3,821: AD
has been the lack of railroad transportation Santa Uos.i. 0,701 3,312:

; but with the certainty of getting Sumter. that in the near future, newcomers lH'elll1ot : Johns, -lr!>95); 2,018 DDDD) HHHH YY YY GGGGG(/ ( OOO 000 DDDD 8SSSS

hesitate to seek homes in this section of Suwannee, 7,370: 3.r> the State on that account. For fruit-grow Taylor, :2,28!I 1,1.53; : 1)1)} 1)1))) HH HH YY YY GG GG; 00 OO OO) 00 DD DDSSGG )
ing and ('arly'l'gl'table raising we possess Volusia. 3,407() 1.723:: I DD)) j))) mum YYY ( OO 0000101)1)I ) DD! SSSSSSG :
decided! advantages in climate, besides! hav- Wakulla, :'jjflo :2,500
DD) DDHH Hit'Y Jng) good soil adapted to cotton, corn, cane, Washington,. 3,23: :!,::102) ONLY FIVE: CENTS: PER: POUXD. DDDDD HH HH YY (; ; OOOOO) 00000 DDDDD SSSSSSSiGGGG \ : : ,
Trice, oats, potatoes, etc., as field crops. Walton, 4,272: :3. Vil DDDD) HH HH YY ( ) OOO 000 DDDD SSSSS:;
Hy all means, then, do not let the fact of -
there being no railroad through South Florida :271,701 137,748:

i just now ben reason for immigrants not This shows an increase of 81,010 in ten 0-tf AT OLD I'. 0. HUILDINO.u. ) .
: into this region, composed of the fraction less than ,
coming years, or a forty-five
l per --- -- ---- ----- ------- -- ---
counties: of Hernando, Hiltsborough, Polk, centThe white and colored foot as follows ++ ,;CARPETS, MATTINGStHr:; +
i<:. UOTTIKIK: :
Manatee and Monroe, as such a road is : ,
bound to be built by the time that the new
White, 143,821:!
settler will have any use for it in transporting .
Colored, 127,913
his products to market.-Tampa Tribune. I ,

Good government is only the handmaid of Excess of white, 12,878 DI-ULKK IX FLOOR OIL, CLOTHS WINDOW SHADES. ,

good providence. Improvident governmentcan

waste the people's substance, but can FLOHIDA ELECTION Fine Family Groceries r
not utterly destroy their' energies and resources ., ,;

as long as skies arc propitious and D AIW-o..IC'I.\L.L. LATIWT NOVELTIIW: : IN '

the earth yields her treasures to the toiler. Hancock 221, Garfield ;0. lUoxhnm 234, ADD .

While the people expect much benefit to Conover02.( Bethel 220, Led Itli 72. Fin- PHOVISIONS.Customers 1\:\ .
result from the continuance of our State J5L
gov ley 222: Hisbce 74. Senate :21st:! (listrict-11'. '" ,
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ernment under Democratic rule, they must 4+ ++ 4+++ ++ ++ 4+ 44* 4+ ++ ++ ** +4+4+ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++
H. Sharp, Dem., 220, Houston, Hep., 58. -

and causes bear merchandizing in, they mind do that not, in prosper if their from workshops in Providential their fields and Assembly Hl'p,3.'i.(Dade 'votes-H.with L. Parker lirevard, Dem.for, .t Senator>, Swain), can rely upon getting CI IOICI: 1:1:;,:; DRE GOODS, SILKS, CASHMERES, ,-Ii li+

professions! as they ought, no political administration For Convention 180, against 45.FH : GOon11.4:; ++.-_ ++ 4+ ++ ++. ++ +*. ++ ** ++ ** +* 4+. 4+ 4+ 4+ ++. ++.+E++ +4' '
- -- -- -
relief. --
atford them
The expenditures can of government adequate are ascer1 .VXKMX-OFFHIAL. 1-kl++!1-, /i+;;+I

tallied and fixed by law, and will have to be Hancock :"OU>, Garlicld 122. Uloxham 209,
*met under adverse as well as: favorable Conover 121.: Hcthcl :210! Lcdwith 121.:! Davidson NOTHING HUT. TIm FINF.ST; HKAXDS) CLOAKS ULSTERS SHAWLS and FLANNELS:
conditions of labor and business. The Witherspoon: ) 121.: Senate. 5th ,

legislature the point at which an economical district--J. II. McClelland, Icm.,182, Don
administration: begins, and the people must aldson, Dem., S I.Htalllill, Icm,14. Assembly are kept in stoik.
see to it that their representatives perform -II. L. Gnidy, Dem., W! .">, Fryc, Kep., --- -- j. t 4'
their duties faithfully and in their interests. Im: !). C. 21.\RT. II. BTF.ITX. OUR Linen Department I is, COMPLETE.) : IN EVERY RESPECT: l

Great reforms in the financial burdens! now For Cotnention,139, against 127, C. HART *V ('0., ) GREAT; : CARPET: SALE: commenced I on the 1st of this month Over BOO

borne by the tax-payers may be effected byprulcnt JIEKX.\XIIO--OFFICML. different( de-signs: of llrn", ,*, cl* and Wool CarpelN are now ottered at 1
legislation. Until those reforms are Importers and Wholesale ]Dealers in
Hancock (io2, Garfuld 107. lUoxham 003, i.
undertaken very large relief cannot come to Conover 100. Bethel 0.">.s, Lcdwith 161. Davidson
those: who support the government. Especially : Witherspoon 15.">. Assembly. Foreign, and Domestic STRICTLY NORTHERN 1) It ICE S. .

is it essential that our ]laws governing Stringer, Dem., 41M$, ]It. 1-:. Hell, Dem., OOD, 'litNl'Jo .- ,
in criminal procedure be so amended as Pearce, 103; Stephenson !m! Wallace 114. Fruits, XulM, etc., '
to razee the enormous expenditures fallingon Fur Convention 503: against 171.JEFFERSOX :: HHUSSELS: CARPETS: from 75: cis upwards) to ftl.lO. 'KWOOL ,J: I
each county from this single item of gov CAHl'J'Tfrullt: :; 415: elN. to #1.25.: ;,
OFFICIAL.I.. Nos. iM, 57 ami 5U! Market[ Street, .
ernment. In no other way can the countiesinvolved HALl'-WOOL( C.Itl'I'Tfrom: :; UO (.a... up. "
in debt to reach sound finny Hancock 818, Jarfield 1,720. Hloxham
hope CHAHLKSTON.: SOUTH CAHOLIXA. Latest designs of FANCY MATTIXGS.[ Rest grades of White std Checked.Window .
cial credit. Temporary expedients to retire 814, Conover 1,726.: Hethel 833.>, Ixihvitli 1-

outstanding scrip by borrowing or bonding, ;2G. Davidson 810, Withe 1.72IJ.: : Senate ,J.lJ'- Consignments: of FI.OPJDV Oatxorn Shades made to onler-material in all colon (In ordering dimply

'will not work half MJ charmingly as laws Oth district-Turnbull, )ent.,1418, Cole, solicited, and prompt returns made. 03-Om state color and dimension. COHXJCES] : MADE[ : TO OlUHm.o'JNl': LACK CURTAINS
'fixing and commanding a reduction of criminal Hep., 1,007. elllbly-I'lIrkhill! ])em", 81G, of new designs.:
"'l' have no doubt that in Willie. ])l'III", 810, Hums, Dem. 810, Tucker,
reformatory expenses.laws, having for their object a Dem., 817, Pollock, Hep., 1,501, ( Shbs: Hep., IV. K. II.'UJXUUI"I', Kid loveM, all colors! and qualities (two to six buttons). _.

better ami more economical governmentthan 1,005; MtCray[ llep.,1,511; Hall, P.ep.,1,00.1. AOEXT, A large lot of HRUSSELS:; MATS, COCOA MATS and CRUMR CLOTHM, JJOR.DERIXG y

even our present: most just: and happy For Convention 140, against 1,817. VTJIOI.KHALE AND HFTVILBtTTCHKH : : FOR CARPET.4r : .

.one Governor Hloxham interest.Vhile and his! advisors he and MOXHOE-OFFICI.\L. AND STOCK DKALKIt: ( # Hotel and ItoardliiK-IIoiiNe, lieeperM will find ,our prices cxceetl- '\.

/will. they take can do a lively no more' or less than administer Hancock 1,178, Jarfield W 7. Hloxham AXIDealer ) bigly reasonable, and selection grand. SHEETINGS: : PILLOW-CASINO: TAHLK DAMASKS -
Conover 853. Bethel 1,101) Ledwith lit Ice.
the law us the )legislature makes it and placesit 841.1,184, ]Davidson! llHWithersiMMin; 852.! As. (white md colored), DOYLIES, XAPKINH[ CRASIMX: CH..VHS LINENS, III
in their hands to execute, we have not the seiiblyJV. V. U.1'luullner,1)cm.,1,166, large varieties
shadow will be in sympathy BROOM STREET WHVKF
with of doubt they introduced into the sen- U.J. Perry, 1)c111.,1,175" Patterson, Hep., 857, C'orMefN, LaeeN, Nllk I Tien" Silk Ilnndlierelilef'M designs, at i
every measure 855. 19-tf FEHXANDINA. FIJV.StoteH .
Kscassi: Hep.,
real 341'unt"ge reasonable figures.FURNITURE .
the -
ate to very
or assembly looking
Convention 102 ,
For against
of the people at large. Hence, we believe 845.Florid. CHIXTX and REP1-S:!, FANCY TASSELS: GIMP And FRINGE: r
that so far us the next State administration and "'h.Kllrt" TO MATCH.
for the -- -- ----- -- ---- -- ---
l 1J active co-worker
good of our can fellow-citizcnsev'erything i an will be 11LVE JEAXS WILLIAMS.HW \' A HKOTIIin, GENTS'; : CASSIMEHS: DORSKINS: JEANS: CAS.SIMERS" : FOR ROYS' WEAR:

done for their relief and the great advancement STREET CLOAK INGS, HEAVERS.DIrlS' : ,
of their pace j prosperity and happi- HEATH AT INDI.tN.tI'OLI5: tI.TL'UD.I'IIEP..\- { ) ( Street, opjM site Poett-Oflicc, I...\ : and MISS *: ;' UNDER: VESTS-all sizes and grades, from M cU. up to '

mess; and Providence, we )hope,will do much TIO.N.-4 FOR HU HIS n'XEa.'LIIISOMTO MEMOKY. f..OO. Aliilalotof\ RED FLANNEL: UNDERSHIRTS for (sidles-line grade. .
Bore-Gainesville SitU.W .

Theonegreat I tOIANAPOLIS\ovember21)-lovernurJas.! Ii 5yOur Gents' Furnishing Goods is Complete in Every Rei8pect.-Ott .
\ TF.DES'W' MoxKY.- Williams, who died at 12:30 o'clock this
need of Florida i is of wealth and enterprise I
taken ill on the day of the
her afternoon, was It is iiii osMhIo for to mention article have for sale but imagln-;
to develop her resources and place Presidential .lection, but his illness was not |> : nit every we every -
where she justly belongs in the!!cale of commercial considered i dangerous until within the past agile article usually )kept: in a FIRST-CLASH DRY GOODS :ESTAHLLSHMENT::! : can bw

hujKjrtance. 1'ussesyedofnibouudel three or four days. His disease was inflammation found in our House. ;
resources, having many advantages over of the bladder, with which he has
most of the Northern States, and with a climate been afflicted for about fifteen years. His! ,2Special ttllentloii paid to Order" and 4'orrepondeiice. _

unsurpassed on the globe, Florida is funeral will take place at his farm, near ..yII Call or address
behind the age in material development andprovjKrity. Wliratland, in Knox county, where he has FiucinoiT, iu\ii: : >itrr A CO.,

.J There are good reasons why this: resided for forty years. The time fat the 61.ini Corner of Hay and Pine Streets.
is so. At the close of the war the State and I. funeral has not ben definitely fixed, but it
the people were tllpoverhhCl.I.ror.e! than will probably take place on Wednesday.His '"
r this, : those who had been leading spirits in I. remains will lie instate tumorroanti \
former years were disheartened. Their inherited Monday. ,NURSERIES., ,

and accumulated fortunes had been Governor Williams was hum in Pickaway

1 dissipated! ,hy the war; their homes were in county, O., in January, l cw. Lieutenant- ,

ruins: and To U nun Governor Gray was telegraphed for this b'TUf'i( : 111-\: TIm.: ... HANGHIW. 'I'UOIIIV\I. SKMLTUOriCAI : KO.SKN
eoisiikrable ,
of his DI.ciu.
who has rtion IpUITTREES
spent a |M> morning and assumes the ditties of governor
life in the enjoyment of a secure financial, until the nutting of the legislature in January TIN AM. HIIKhT-IIlOX: WAHK:, t'OIH: and EVERGREEN: : : : Hiiiuinsaud I'I.O"'IIUNLNTH.; .

.indejendence, there is something dispiriting) IWOl'JSUsn JIUTTEHING: ,
in the contemplation of such condition as CoLi'MBrx. O., November :a).-The Hag on -- .
applied, to himself and his family. Hut the State-House here are at half mast as. a Cl'CrMHKH: WOOD PUMP, ETC.: y'.
svlf-rcliunt uud independent instinct, is Williams NEW: AXI CHOICE VAmJor.Ihlddt"d. : Orange Trees MADE A SPECIALTY..tr. .
l late Governor
to -
of >ect
facility token ref| A large stock of Stoves on bund. Give us

and '
in the citizen
.tronx American of Indiana. a call, and'c'ulIIl'llrO our prices with those of
with which ho adapts himself to (.ircuuistances ""
other houses, hero or elsewhere.SUHSCHIHKTO t .
anti convert u defeat into Ii via ... Nerd for Descriptive Catalogue._ '.
Kobert Green, a laundryman Ii the tlr.t11l"ro --- -- ------ -
tory, commands the admiration of the civilized AL1IKIIT I. 11IDUKLL.JACKSON .
in the criminal THK MIKROU. W PEH
to as a juryman
world. true this national character'itic tit'rve "'
these l eople,to after the t\M\ hock of courts' of New Y or '. Dix JUontl 1 tf V? V'JLLY.F'L.kTED' .\. ,


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-i AX IVTEHLVDE. 'DAnt.txo, Kiss me Sweet Hood-Night; 'ii: I John 1'. House SL Augustine! I Ct\Y CoUNTY I }MASAI:: E. COUNTY.Connt.j Graham. .

I'I the latest song. One young man sang! it in I J. M. Cui-rio, Cedar Key. Cmmly Jmlgvf. Peeler\ (Green Cove ./, Robert.r/lll'1-K S. Griflith )Manatee Mrnat: : ,
(Vcr ,
the of his girl the other evening
presence I .
Between the hills, alone upon the heath, and just as!' she was! about to act in accordance I State Officer. / A. ]Buddin ou, Green 1,'.,reSprin' SheriffWin.(( C. Hayman. fine LCVMAssessor '
Our farm-house stands: ; for miles and miles with the words: of the snug her dear ,., of T.rcs111. 1'. IV"- .iurish. I..,,.
around papaputinn'pearanreaiilfilksltheyouths i F. al'ttn': .: t) :.''\HTM F., t.a"'rrnIJrOeorge ,"j/lcriff--Jumes W. e\Vltt, Green; CoveSprings. .

Is naught but silence ; and the mystic hills: coat tails: full of hoot!!. i'. Drew, Tnll.tll:1.'le. Cvllr'' u, of fvenueMcvion G. ('nrlt"|,

Bend over us'where gazing from beneath; /'resident pro tern IJf81'/iJIIe-r. D. Barnes!, .f"8'' : of TdfivWiii.. f'on way, Kinjp-lc: I ) Tine Level.
Our liou c looks up"; never harsher sound A DHKiiiT little boy who had been engaged Tallahassee.Secretary: Collector' I1'/r 'of lrr'-nnc-1Cu. S. Plunrne, Soprri/ ;fnd''itt/ d of .'(!brut+- -Pcl, .1.) s,0 ,:.

Than the far ocean's moan: the silence fills\ in combat with an ;tiller buy, was reprovedby i of SfrllrH.. liloxham, Tallahassee. I Pi ae Lcu'l.
The rooks his: aunt, who told! him he ought always ,, M.I hoax rot, ('IHv'ln the trcc-tolln) the spring, : .XiiiHrinte'iilc'it; of 8<:!iwh- r. .' Uei'jcr; ,
t And round the place few birds are heard to to him.wait' until" the" other boy "pitched upon; 01lIlplrolJrr-,11I1II JII Irew1'alhtliassecTrrnsrrrr11'nlter : Middkburg.G I :, / .lw1tc-.J :M.\ Mclnto: I O.-ah4:,.
"'l'Il, exclaimed the little
i sing. (iwyini, Tallahassee.AttorneyGeneral ( Clerk-If.1C. Long, Ocala.
Ilero'l COLl"J t t'ntNTi. /
hilt If I wait for the other!
boy to
(George 1'. Raney; Talla
I'm afraid there won't be fight.' Cmllll'j .lllllgc-W, M. I 1-xi.!' Jr., I-ike City. Sltfl'UTn.) Pooser: Ocala.;
Once tone the silence of the any hassee.
on a )plate11'ns : Luke Assessor of Tares-Thomas Barco, Cot!, ,
Jr. City.
!' broken for a while He came that way I would rather vote for along-eared donkey Oimmisrioncr of Lands-ll'ifih .\. Corky, T---.Tohn Vinzant, Lake, Plant. "
In search for health and quiet, peace ami; than for Tallahassee SheriffW.. Perry, City.Ami !! firrTalre-Frederick ;,
said / t
you, an independent ** f Tafe*--L. \\ ]Itivers, Iiketiulleclor Collector( of! ?.
'rest. 1'nliln bKll'w.t'III--r. I'.
; I
Voter to a (:ul vllon (candidate. O. come Superintendent of ; i Ocala. *
He read or painted,. once he drew my face, now I you ought\ not to allow yourself to he faisley' Tallahassee. City. TII.rr.-TIIIJ ".. See where it hangs! I 'twas how I looked the so influenced by family ties," responded:, the Adjutant-ficiii-rul( -.1. .T. 1 Dk'kisou' Talla f i Fort )(c('(\f.

day candidate The voter)has been puzzling his hassee.' rtl\i l'lt'llnll\'r' :MONKOB COUNTY.
When his love-whispers! echoed Coiniiiisfinnfr of lurrir1.4-lt.) $"th .Sqeritentlcnt/ n/SdtI/IJf.--J
my head ever since to find out why the crowd Clias. J. Baron
breast. French, Jacksonville.SUPREME! Lake City. Count' Judijf- Key
liUVAL ciCsry.Snrnty.Iulye11'illiauiA. I VrrXJohn :Silcher, K'c' t.
Not much like me I not like I am now,
XOj' IT is almost hire honest : COUNT. McLean Jacl.- Sheriff=Richanl: Cm.l. l Key "'c."t.
But it was I, servant in Galvcston. .\ gentleman told his,! C/,1.1"'Irc-1-: I. Randall: Jacksonville.! sonville.\ Assessor of TurcaValei' C. Mii'oiajr

We wandered 11)1 and down the stretching eoloredservant the other day : )Ialildr, if .IssrrinlcJu.ice--I.11'cstrntt t, jr., Tallahas: :, Clerk-Thomas 1::. Buckman: Jacksonville.! Key West. '

j. plain you will bring back the right change from see. Sheriff=Uriah: Bowden: Jacksonville. Collector of Ilrtr+lrt- .\ r.lter' C. Maloiic. .

1 And hulled t ho ]hills, and gazed up to the market every morning I'll give you a dollar/ Associate.; ..TurtleB.: Valkenburg, AsfrfforttfTaret -Daniel 1' Smith. Jack Jr., Key AVVst.Superintendent! r:
; month ('xtra. "Datar won't neap cover Jacksonville. sonville.Gilhrtof. ; of SdlJu1s-J. I Ic rt-is, r,.tVest.
tt Then questioned! ] their existence: and our it YUlIll:1 n't no idee what a big business: Clerk-C.( J [. Foster, Tallalir.see.ctKcfiT / of Ilerenue-llenry A. I I/lMigle: ; \ : .

t own, dis bra firm isdoin'." jri>ms.Firtl : Jacksonville.Sitjirrliitenilcut. NASSAU cotSrv.CinrrrlyTnrlyeMinton .

Talked 1 o'er and o'er the mysteries of )pain A with fatal to (fret-Ail'UstiH: : F. Maxwell, Pen- of&hwb-Albert J. Km-: J. Baker, Fenian-
LADY" a squint came once a
; t And tried to )peer through Heaven's heavy fashionable artist for her portrait. I He lookedat sacola.NeaiHil. sell Jacksonville.. : dina.

is + bars her and she looked at him and both were / Ci'l.IilIII'il'alkcr: Tallahassee. II\MtLToX COI'Nf'V. (.'/rrl'C.11'1a well, Fernandaiu.

r Yet ere the seeds: sprang up that he had embarrassed.' l Hespoke first : "-1111111 your n"IIIIlIlfrlIcllry J. :Stewart, .Li i.er.: S'clT-l'cter, ;( Cone Fcrnandinu.Assessor .
sown Tliirt /ir-1-.1.: Vaim, Madison./\ :: Tares "' II. Garland
ladyship( permit tae he said, "to take the : ('lrrk-I Hob'ert S. Stewart, Jasper r } 1-Vr-
Beneath window he had and I '
my gone, Fourth C4rc.i/--l!L Archibald, ..Jacksonville. nandina.Collector.
b' Wondered profile? There is a certain shyness about .Sheriff'James 1 Duncan, Jasper.AMfftor ; .
alone if it hard to die.
were .
your ladyships eyes whit i'lIlA. diflicult in of Tares-J. T. Cooper, Arcrum.Collector of lll.t'cllllc'Vllrrrll 1Rcott, IV
Fifth C'/VrmV .hiiiics It. l D.iwkiiis, (;'a'n.esvllle. :
Yet he had only whimpered! ( of love, art us it is: fascinating! iIl1Iatlll'('. nf I'ci///-J/ : P. B. Gootlbreiid, nandina.Superintendent.
And.so the silence! faded when his voice Bcnton Col'umbia County.tiufifrinleiHlenl of: Srhoul4-1P. A. lIr.ltl'IH'ICallahan. '
1. : 4tIOLi'IiU5tny drvnr" said she, "it's nearly Kijrth Cir./lil-tl.! 1.. llitritell'J'impa. : .
"w.. Broke on mine ear in those: (Irst days of life. a )yearsinceyou began to call." Yes: i&vcnth Cil"Itn'hl'r L'ocke' fcwmord.C'nloiufur. l.Courl l. of Miools, Joshua .11. Itob- on tx COUNTY. \
But now it lilts the place, and from above I believe so," nervously. "And we've talked erts, Ancruni.
The hilly luuk down, and silence doth re- about books and music night." .irr.RXAsno cor.Mv.County County Jnd je-\\l, Suinmerlin: OrlaiuloClerk .
P. 1 1 mini II\' Orlando.
1 ioiee' Y-y-c-s-s, I think so,1'more nervous than / Jmlifc"'. L. l-Merson, Brooks -S. ,
To )hide mo from inv self's! most weary !before., "Well, I, I 1-.lolI't you think! a TIIIUI) CIK'UT.E. ville. Sheriff Th'>mas W.: Shine; Fort Reid

r'' strife. change would be agreeable? There was a :. J. Vimn, Judgo ; Win. B. Taylor, State's Uerk-J. C. Law. Brooksvillc.Sheriff Assessor of Tares John C. Brj>::on, flaw

t. Ah I well I know, that silence will not break "change" in a few weeks' time. The pastor Attorney.tfpriny -1.! B. \( l'kll'r. I Brooksville.Assessor :" \ kinsville.Collector.
Till I lie down and lecp-nu more to wake. made it.. Term- of Taits\\'. M. (Gurrson, Brooks- of 1i'I'rl'"I'at.. Poyn/, Orlando.Superintendent .
-All the fear Hound. Taylor, 2d Monday in April.! of Schools-John T. Beeks,
ON the occasion of recent Madison( 3d I Monday in virie.Collector Fort Reid.
: a political\ )parade April. of 1'I'CllIIl'-1-. J[. Townsend!' ,
(whether I Republican or Democratic the Hamilton, ttli Monday; in April.Suwannee T.tYLOR'CMxTY.Coru .
t Brooksville.tJniicriiiteHilcnt.
; 1'lllJ'OI41TltJS. reader must decide, because our reporter 1st: Monday( after 4th Monday :
). N. Cox
t, of ,Srhoois-Ir. :S. Stringer t /hJndyc--I: IVvry.
neglected to inform us) the captain of one in April.Columbia. Thonws Ostecr .
i Irooksville. Sheriff( : Perry.Cler.k
I "NINE o'clock I'I ( says Mine do M. to her of the companies/ wishing: to opell order" :2d Monday after .ltll( Monday -John M, I'aullaPerry..
mullt.\ ; I must begin to undress for the ball." to clear the car track, was at a loss for the in April.Lafayette) !. Ii mr.iklioRr'Puit; COL'XTY. Superintendent; of S'lrrrl3-E.1'amt] Perry.

necessary! words of command. Vexed and :\lontlnyafter, 4th Monday[ in County /lIdr-H.: L. Crane Tampa.. County Treasurer 1). S. Sutton Perry.
WHAT is the difference between a fixed well-nigh discouraged! he finally !shouted : April'hull Clerk Wm. C.
Brown Tampa.
l), N. Cox
County Surrcyt>r- Perry.
star and a meteor? One i is a HUH, the other 'SShplit up there an' let the horse: curs! run TI'/'II1- Sheriff-H. Isaac: : Craft, Tampa., Collector( of 7iur/'(/e--John C. Culhoun.

a darter. through ye/." Taylor, :Jd Mond.iy( : in October. J.wx.'w of Tajrcx-1 L. G. Leslie:, Tampa. Perry.Assessor.

e A NEVADA: ball report, says : "Miss HonoraX. Tim of Franco are rejoicing about Madison: ,">.d Monday( in O'-tobe. Cullc/'lufit. Per'crnr-11'. 1'. hurts: Tampa. of Tares-Win. II. Parker, Perry.
.. full of eclat in fact .the cclatist papers Hamilton 4th Monday in October.Suwannee SIIJI'rlIh'/IIh'lIt of tic/iovlx-II. L. Crane,
was ; the excellent prospect of there being ]lots: of JOHN'S .
!"T COUNTY.County
lady hot Moml :v after 4.h Monday: Tampa. '
present. champagne this: 1111:0101lJl'cllIs0: the grape I in October.' JEFFERSON.Count I Judije M. R. Cooper, St. Augus !
heU "You can't play that on' me I I" 'said the crop) is good, juntas: if there was any COli'no.tloll Columbia, 1M Monday after 1th Monday in tine.
I Juitiie A. (C.Whitner; Monticelli.A'leil11' ,
of > ,
piano to the amateur who broke down on a hl't\\'I''IIII'lIty grapes) and plenty October. / .
I i Clerk-Bartolo Oliveros, St. AngustifWSheriff
) 1.. Haillonli'l'l1o I, .
of In America, chemical science /
diflkult of music I champagne. :3d after 4th in >
piece (
Lafayette, M'onday Monday c.dB.. l..allllI\ Monticello.Superintendent A. N. Pacetti St. Augu ino.Issessor .
has reached !'u'h.l\ state of perfection that it
DURING the prevalence of tho epizootic really makes!; very little diflerence, as: (far as: October.. of I'hl"l.-J. 11. Christie: 1I/1ilI''S-.wi.t) L. Dunham. St.
fever Sic Transit would be good legend for wine is concerned whether FOURTH CIRITIT.R.B.Archibald Monticello. AngnstincA
I :! grapes( grow or .
some of our horse-cars! I not. Judge; Samuel Y.I'inley, Coiintii Treasurer-11'. A.: '\'. Simmons i1ee1oroJercnnrJoseph: F. Llombias!

State's Attorney.. Monticello.Collector( t i : l St. Aupistine.Xni .
( A KANSAS paper ends! a marriage notice: A WITT1' JU1H1V. $priU1 Tc'u.Ht .- of Ikcenue-duscph Palmer\ )[UIIt ,eriittfHilcnt of Schools-Thomas A. I'a-

( "The couple left for the East: :" on the night Headers of Shakspoarc) have always enjoyed John's, :'Jd Tuesday! in March.Clay t ticcllo.Atscftor. cctti, St. Augu.stine.SUMTEll\ .

train t where they will reside. the wit of I'ortia, in the .Merchant of 4th Tuesday iii Jlarchi. of Tajccs-J. 1'. fJraiitliam, Monticello. : COUNTY.County .

i A WAU suggested that suitable opening \'l.'lIice. by which she saved Antonio from Bradford l>t'' Tuesday: in April.( \ .. / JIllcI Henry Cassidy: Lccsburg.Clerk .

for many choirs would he, Oh, Lord, have the knife of Shylock, to his: pound of flesh, Baker, Tuesday) in April. LAKAYETTK: COl.'STY. -Thomas J. Ivey, Ix'Cbburg.

mercy on us: miserable singers." but added, should a drop of blood be shed in Nassau, :5d Tuesday in April. O"". ,!' Jmlije"". J. Dixon, New Troy. Sh.rifJ'-J.( H, Dyches Lscsburjr.Assessor .

taking it hi* life would be forfeited. A California Duval, Tuesday in Ma) Sheriff')=.J..I.} Johnson, New Troy. of 1 l'I Joseph: Hutchinsoii. ,
THIS i is the of the when venerable Fall Tt'rln-
season! year judge has shown equal wit. .\ hard Howell,Hawkins New .. I hnrg, ti. '
CTi-rJf! \ 1roy 'l. M.
hens enter their second childhood and character, well known us: a thief was indicted 'JohnVSr. Tiiclay in Scptember.Clay ttjmhitCMlent} of ";rlw"l.f-J. C, llumsey, New Collector of ]!ci-cHue-ZTi' ohn} \YTDjchwl:
are broiled for spring chickens 4tU, Tuesday: in September
for miner's tent and stealing
v entering a ( \'. Leesburf
TUB Mexican lady without arms, who a bag of gold-diut., The theft was Brailfor.l.Baker 1st!' Tuesday in October. dm/lI11'rrIMllrcr-.r. J. Painter New Troy.Collector Superintendent+ of Schools-II. II. Duncan.
2d in
plays the piano with her feet, must!' be a finolerformer. proved. He had been seen to cut u slit in ; Tuesday October. of! lievenue Newton Sapp, New Lake Grillln.;
She:; throws her !sole into the the tent and reach in and take the bag. A Nassau, Tuesday! in October. Troy.Assessor. .
Ihl\al.M: Tin sday Ni>" bright occurred to tho counsel for
music. thought of TflJ'CIfl'ottl'l'I1 New
i the defence. FIFTh cincriT. Troy. Judiji-Michael( .\. Clouts, Live

r MISTRESS" Bridget, did vou hear me How far did he get wh<'lhe took the James B. Dawkins, Judge ; "'. A. Hoekcr, I.EON COfNTY. Oak.
call ? "Yis, mum," said Bridget, "but dust ?" Clerk Robert A. laid Live Oak.
you ton Id me the other day never to answerye About half in he reached Count .ll/title-H. C. ills,pey, 1'IIIlho"ce.htti.ir \ : Sheriff-John It. Sessions: Live Oak.
as over, Tum-
way b'jirinff
} .\. )11I l'ITalalmssl'e! .
( -
Aisessitr Tares W. II. Sessions
back and I didn't. of Wei-
said !
tho witness
Sumter 2d in March. ,
M'onday Clcrk-V. ..\, !)ryau1'allahassee.Suprriulcudrat : horn.
DINEU (!sniffing)-" "Waiter I really think "Tiny it please your honor" said thc Marion, :'Jd Monday in March.( of Schools]Icnry X, Felkel
Collector of Jt.t'f/we-ll"lel.t F. ..tlllsoLive : ?./
this fish is not fresh I" VaitC'rYt'ssir, shrewd lawyer I shall demand t the acquittal Alachua, 1st Mond.iy after 4th Monday in Tulliihussee.Treasurer Oak. A

y 'cant answer for that, sir I've holy been of my client. The indictment is notsnstuincd. March. -J. L. Demilly. Tallahassee.
He did not enter the tent Can a 3d :Monday after 4th in Superintendent/ of 8cltuolll-J. O. C. Jots
'ere wlock tllr 1" Levy, Monday Collectorof 1:1'1'1It'C: C. 1'earce, Talla Live Oak.
man enter a house: when one-half of his: body March. hassee.Attestor.

1 AN ingenious prisoner in a Western jail i is in and the other half out?" Putnam 1st Tuesday! after 1st Monday in. nf Tares--K. A. Shine: Tallahas VOU'SIA COUNTY.
: contrived to make watch out of a broom The jury and judge were equal to the March. !'('l'. County Judye-Fred. I. Lal'enoticre, En
that had boon left in his: cell. The broom's emergency. The verdict of the jury was : Fait Term- terprise. "
U"Ul'' T\
tick probably su suggested the idea to him (iuilty as to one-half of his body and not Sumter 4th )Monday October. t.'lt'7'k-John' W. Dkkins. Enterprise.-: !:

I theatrical Wlat guilty as to the other half." The sentenceof Marion, 1st Monday after 4th )Monday in ('oruity.Tudge-\V.II.Sebring, Bronson: ; ,8/Ieriff-W.. Cone, Enterprise.Assessor : .
A STROLLING 'l.J.-J. M. I Brunson.SlreriJJ11' .
company arco,
the judge was: : "Imprisonment: for the October. of 7ures-hcojaunn Richardson
tho dinner table. A waiter one H. ,
of tho members and said approached\ Soupl"! "No guilty {part of two years. The prisoner IlIUVIl'a'o Alachua, 3d Monday after 4th :Monday in Finlayson Bronson, Enterprise.:
: Assessor of Tares-J. M.11'illis, Bronson.
me other part behind or !take it with i Oetuher. Collector of fec'rantt-Jolut B. Jordan De-
of the
sir, replied tho guest, "I am one : Collector of 'lIl1t-John C. McGrew,
him. Time outwitted. Land.
sharp lawyer was: Levy 1st Monday after 4th Monday in
nusiclans. Bronson.StiM'rinten.
November Superintendent of fMioola-Jsunm II. Chandler
ON a homeward bound Charleston, a TIll LEOKXIi OF JHr..ll\ Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 1st Monday in
jolly-looking Irishman was saluted with the .\ hermit conducted into December.: ", Bronson.: W.Kl'LL.l'Ol'XT .
t was: by nn angel MADlMiN'' T"" \
remark : Tim, yer house was blown away. oil SEVENTH CIRCUIT.
wood where ho saw an man cutting .
"Deed thin it isn't ho answered 'for 1 "e CLiiutjJruege-ii, Wltnersiioon: Jladi- CuuntyJudye T. Duval, Crawfordville.{
down boughs to make up a burden ; whenit William Archer Cocke, Judge; A. St, Clair- Sherilj--11'. H, Walker, Cruwfordvilie. '

tho kuy.in my i>ocket.. was largo he tied it up, and attempted to Abrams, States Attorney.ttjniay s son.Men;/j -'*, II. Will.u-u. 'Il..i,on. ('l'rk--: Nat. Walker, t'ruwfiJTIh'llIc:

_ j AN American lawyer is now attorney general lift'it on his shoulder and carry it away, but Ttrin,- (?I.tk. -John M. lf'&:?<, >IadsonSui Sitjterintendent of Schools-J aim L. Craw .

t of tho, Sandwich Islands. If in two finding it very heavy, he laid it down again Yulusia,1st.Ionday: in'May. >('''.!/(>fKleitt of tfch'ioli'i.\;. '. Tyii-r, ford Vrawforllnll.vltul \'. '. ;.
years he doesn't own tho entire couniry and and cut more wood and heaped| it on, and Brcvanl, Ud Momlay in May.( )11\1 ..an. (. :! Tre-Minr-Vr.. Dinal, Crawford .

4 hold tho king's note for u largo bum, ho is i, then tried again to carry it oil: This he re- Orange, 3d :Monday in May.( County T'c'I.mffK::: :Smitli; .Mudismi, ville.Collector. .

4 no credit to: tho American bar. 'iwared several times, ((ways adding to tho Dade, :!d Monday in June.full ( 'Greturof Jieeentu--il. II. Warring Mydison. of 1:creuee-V. U. Widker.Crawiordvillc. -
load after trying in vain to raise it from tho TermYolusia,1st .
4 ..A l'mc.\uu pork man has: made application roUlHI. In the meantime the hermit astonished
Monday in November.Brevurd .tsaessorof Tares-(Jeo. F.
.f .t'IIKOrfl'1iu'rll--B.\ I' Watlsworth Mad Register Craw
4 to a herald for coat-of-anus: and family at the old man's: folly desired tho 21t Monday in Xu\'t'\I1IH'r. ison.' fordville. u
quartering What could ho find better than angel 1 to explain what hi IIlt'unt.II You he- ct
Orange, 3il Monday in Nove.nber.: .- '
a sow couchant, four pigs' feet rampant" with hold" said! he, "in the old man an exact Dado, 1M Monday in DoceriUie;*. 1--- -- --- --- --------- 1

the motto,-J' In hoy niyno vincet. representation of thoso who, being made '. OC: .. '"

WHY, Franky exclaimed the mother at sensible of the burden of their sins, resolveto C) .

the bummer boarding-house\ 1 never knew repent, but soon grow weary, and insteadof County Ofllrers.ALirilCA -

you to ask for a second piece of pie at home." lightening their burden, increase it every COUNTY. C
it want lIar At each trial they find the task heavier Juniu-s C. Gardner Gaines
I knew no use, replied Franky County Judge : ,
quietly, us ho proceeded with his, pie (eating. than before, and so put it oil'a little longer, vile.C'krkJ., WW :2III
in tho vain hope that they will by-und-hy be A. Carlisle, Gainesville. .

TEAKS to mo your mill goes awful slow," more able to accomplish it. Thus they go ,s/lrriff-John \\'. Turner laaiesv.lle.: s .

... said an impatient farmer boy to a miller. "I" on adding to their burden till it grows too ..1& .,lor of Tt'xe'-J. M. Dell (iaiesvihe. = -<
)x could eat that meal faster'n you grind it. heavy to lie borne ; and then in despair of Culeclurof KffiM.e-G. P. Thomas, Gaines L1 y- .t.t.J
How long do you think you could do it, God's mercy, and with their sins unrcpcnted ville.Supviui'iulent. rotn. .J

t4 oily lad? quoth the miller "Till I starvedto of, they lie down and die. Turn again, my f St-hOO'l-O. A. Myers, ( THE LUNG ONLY !
Jct\th\ answered the boy. son, and behold the end of the old man Gainesville\ : ar PAD '

whont thou wiwcst heaping up a load of + I
at fashionable hotel took his BAKER
A. GUEST a "
boughs. The hermit looked and saw him C
dinner but It. HerndonSanderson.
seat at the table no one ap have car- in vain attempting to remove the pile, CuUIII'IJllclgf-JIIO.

ing to wait upon him ho remarked." which was now accumulated far beyond .his Clf'rl-J. J. Pouts' Sanderson. YOU n .+tCK ..1CIiE: BY ABSORPTION (NATDBE'S 1 .tv)
y this ? Yes Williams \I1dl'r.-4m.. CUKE
any waiters reponded Sheri -J. C. .
strength to raise. His! feeble tottered diseases of the Uladder
: Kidneys,
the side of the E. (I. San
.J"'t4J\1" Taxes- Ilogerson,
u wag on opposite of LUNG UISItSES
the waiters" over the burden ; the ]oor remains of his and Urinary Organs, by wearing the ,
boarders l1er
table the are un ALL
fast the dark.
strength were ebbing away ; ISIASIS: ,
of llC'utb'a around him Collector of Kennedy, IMPROVED EXCELSIOR: :
FLASHER haying'haJ l b }lOrtrait painted, ness gathering ; 't ra thing TroubleM.

asks the opinion of his friend Dabbs, a retired and after convulsive and impotent attempt Darbyville.guirrinteiulent of School*-\\'. O. Hampton > --"I-' --- ____...
house painter, Dabbs-" Well. it's to lift( the pile he fell down and expired Olustee., KIDNEY 1 ..\D. It. DRIVES" INTO tile system curative

_ like you, but, if you've paid twentyfivepounds LINTY.flnu4iy agents and healing m licine ,
fur it you've been tl ouc. Why, there GENERAL: 1)IICECTOIti.United : Br\DJ'9RI'. It is a MAUVEL of HEALING and RE. It ) .
ain't halt a pound of paint on the whole Jadye--J+ It. Hichard, l'rvitleuce.Clerkllenry LIEF-SIMPLE.I: : HI'XWLIDIHEC'f., poisons halttSJdSith* diseased parts tile
States Luke Butler.
!I'." Om( rH.L.D It CURES Thousands, it's
thing $fiherif-. W. I'umblin. stake: where all else fails A REVELATION: : and testify to virtues /.

A COLOBEU uw n applying .for a marriage OFFICE, UMNESVILLE.negbter .IMI"; r uf. TtUt.\. J. McKUuiey, Lake REVOLUTION in )1Clidnl'bOrption YOU CAN BE RELIEVED AND ,
CURED.Don't f
'e f license in Cincinnati was asked if he and -Ii. A, Barnes, Gainesville.: \ Butler. or direct indication, us opposed to unsatis.! r
the lady were related. 'Yes, salt,'-' he re- tit.tr-John F, Uollins, Gainesville.Sunryor'Gettenil Collector of KercnueCnnl\ I). Cone, lAke Factory internal medicines. Send for our despair U.rlliyOU 'han tried this sen- 'ti
;; tlied.* 'When asked how he answered : "I -I*. 1) Ball, Tallahassee Butler. treatise: on Kidney troubles sent free. Sold ibll'. easily: RADICALLY Eo'.

.thought you deluded to de tender relashurus DISTRICT COURT uj
: ob lily what prevails between us at de present Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville.Marshal tarkl' price, TWO DOLLARS. Address Sold of by Dru-iKLsU; or sent by mail on receipt !

moment. -J. II. Durkee, Jacksonville! BREVAKD ")l' "TY. THE "ONLY" Lr.\u l>u' Co., price THE TWO DOLLA1S. by

DAIs ball.Jt'.,! 11 .1'c remembered by old Clerk:. -Philip Walter, Jacksonville (bunts JuiiiM: A. J. Whithx'k.l'itr Point. Williams Block! "ONLY LVNG PAD (v>,.
Titusville.Auetjor \ Williams Block
is a plavJy eighteen persons INTERNAL RE1'EIl'E. Clerk-.\. A. Stewart. Detroit Mich. : ,
settlers, shirts game and drawers. They scatter CWltdor-Dcunii Jacksonville.COLLECTOIW \ i-f Kue+--J. D. Stewart, Titusville.bllerturef Jtt,- This 'N the original and trenuine Kidney %i't" Send fur '. "tofSS )btt
wearing Eagan
the field and try to catch a cannon ( Rerem4e-F. M. Platt, Lake Jwsup. l ad. Ask for it and take no other C4 "Three Millions our ,
around with rawhide, The same is to OK eTCTOMS.John Orange C\mnty. a Y ::1r. Sent free. ;.t,

Siopleto> two Clings to come in. \\'. Howell Fernandina. 'ffJl'l'rilltt""t'11l' of Scitovlt-Alexander Tin- SUBSCRIBE; TO THE: MIRUOR. $:> PEU l'm I--*
thwart Hopkins, Jacksonville. dall, Lake View. ; $1 fur six month! JOn in every w, and at

t/14 e the'fence. lowest rates, at the MIRROR office.

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Heal Lstalc.: CO TTOX. InriiT on cotton from Nashville to New Orlean .
1aS1.I i is the same a* that to Savannah and
1880. .
TUB KUT:*' AlltU'T ("nTTo IIn:.,. Charleston! or $2.fiO t per bale: \ and('!!!! than
I. OK SAI-I; : The ]>'Ily; .fr 'Il".t"M a.w.ltt', of Little Hock, that to Norfolk, which is $2.sw: ) per} bale.

gives[ this explanation of the growth of the
WATFH 1-11.nn.-\n old number of the
seed trade since the close of the war :
I :,4.................. ......... ....., ....... ......... ......... ,1 cotton lcfore! the war the cotton seed!! was the ]',.,,;,;,. former tells how to make this : Take p
THE ; means of constantly renewing our 111111It:' any }proper \1d-a jar, keg or barrel.
t i .1 nlt.\lnl: : 11011,1S'.uated -, 1 was:' the finest fertilizer in the world. So Make: it perfectly( !sweet' and clean ; lit in n
long as it wa* returned to the soil the land false bottom one-third of the distance: to the ;

+t............................................... .......... .'; ;:. wa kept pl'otllldh'l'l1l'r the war it became top thickly }perforated with holes' and linn-
a nuisance to the planter became lie 11\ held by lints. Over this place a closeluting -

: directly on the Railroad, could not control the labor spread it upon c1 'ul\l'h''I'ofMmewhtt }points' can- '
hi* hand Hence other tits for it weresought vn*. .\hot t thi sheet of cotton batting ;
.>...,...++ and I found in the production of oil. above this three inches' of clean MIll!. Cover m
r IN '.I NK OF TliK: 7: Whether t the benefit to the sand with a ('Io tting llannel ; over
............ change wiIIl'\'CI\'e
.......... : : Ills sifted and washed granulated) animal
i : the country in the end or not, i it a nroblem
MIRROR : llIUt.TIII1-: 1'ARTS:; Of FLORIDA I! the future: must solve. III the meantime charcoal, four inches deep. Fit in nicely npoiforatcd t

+:.... .... .........'... ... .........................++ l'ottllll''l'.loil I i ill becoming more and more diaphragm, to correspond with )
the false: bottom below, and cover nicelywith \
important a* an article of commerce. The
For particular udui-css cotton cloth. Jo'I1.'Itl'lflCCI1 rely n piece of
Gazette must: not forget that the fertilizing
canton ll.mncl to the top of the vessel' so it
properties' ('otlmI'l'l I are i improved by
FI.Omn.mmot:, the cxfraction of the oil will bag !sulllciently to hold considerablewater ;'
and it he removed nt '
!so may pleasurefor
Fernandiua Fla.
t 53-tf: cleaning! Put faucet near the bottom ,
.1 I'll ACT 1C AT. Jl.l.OX JVTKCVLTVUK. of the vessel, Till with water and keep full. t

TIII,: i-'M Kintr .
Mr. .1. Tli. Haruiij: writes as follows to the SILL:; : SHAMS
I New Orleans Itewnemt "In article
nn pub- -
=S.T'E'A.lV.[: = AND J AND IMMIGRATION COM PA'Y I, limbed in the New Orleans) /' ('/IIf1/lIr, entitled 811.\M IKNKHVl.: : S1I\M rOI.OXF.Ul, SH\M! C.\'"-

'Jute Culture' I readtime following'We: do T\tX, sotto JUIXiKS, SIIVM KVKUYnilNU.Says ,

OFF IIIS: not see how jute can bo successfully: produced I. timeof! the 7in.rat; Thirty
I except in ,district! whore there Is i an ample ago the !sharp pen IIf('hath'lIlhchllI'I.1'kl'l1thl' years

OOO,(MM) ,Acre supply, of water In order. to disengage t the bubble of American titles and made our
fibre 1'1'011thc stalk it i i" thai the "
: "
necessary militia' icnornN( comer grocery "Judges! ,
jute should bo immersed in water for about "
Of .1Io't and town council Honorable, as ridiculous
DC week'this lie nil true IIII.ll'orrl'l'l.
may and dollar
a* our spittoon! aristocracy.
p4 but it doc not absolutely.; follow that t
: jute Hut before the title nuisance: could be ipiitolaughed
ACCKSS'Hi.K: : .\ \ H OKSiKAiiLKL ::: : i
can only he produced under these circumstances. -
; out existence: 1: 1 time war train-
w Permit I Ill! to slate the following
,. formed nil our people into soldiers. We I
"Mi* ruf.IT.1'1'IOI'
vPH> / facts: : 11 I r. Win. II. Harris, commissioner! know from the record 1 t that a million of
r of agriculture' gave me once a few :stalk of high privates enlisted on both side!*' during
I; 11.0 n. 1)A.At .
\ I jute which ho wished me to prepare for him the war ; but the slaughter wn terrible. and
mT III six ((II!) hours' timo the tlhrc\\aextracted
: I All
only $1.23 per acre to now :allots I \\ il h not a single privatesuldierest'upelalive.!
washed, aired, ('\\I'IIIH'lll1l1.1 put up ready' to thosunivorsaro olllcers' IInll\lthollgh.l'I'r-
Q r the privilege of scloition in parcel of \(1\ bo! :sent luck to the commissioner: by return haps: few of them (couldshow their commit*

8j acres or more. These land are 10'all.11I1I mail. If 1 am not mistaken, those same: sion' they take: ; every !:- opportunity of
and adjacent to the line of the fibres I Wl'IIIlIhl11illl.1 to you for inspection, airing their rank In tuNtoiTutlc\ countries
and according, to Mr. Harris' letter to me, the titles are hl''l.lita1'hilt; in this country

O ATLANTIC, (HTLF AND W1 1-MT: KDIA they were pronounced beautiful. The day they are hufe.tiomis. 'Abroad the son of j ii
that, the cultivation of jute will bo entered!1 lord becomes his lordship! when his' Gather
0 TRANSIT CO.'S II. U., into extensively!' I am satisfied that nn apparatus dies! ; but in this free republic one tltI(, generates -

H hII i t'llIhi' 1'111111' which willllI twenty- : ( another a* fast a* the tiles Iii the smut
extending from FKRNANDINA on the Atlantic four 1 hour*, extract, wash, dry, clean\ gin and When the head of a family: becomes a Judgo

= I IT toCKDAR JaY,1I1I; the Oulf coast:' deliver ready for tIlI" any quantity which or a ieneral: I all till boys are dubbed Colonel
= u i s might bo desired! hy the lenses engaged in Coniiuodorcs.
( .
HUH affording to the producer' cheap: constant or Majors or ""II-Itll'l'l':
the business! (' \' dispensing: with the up with the old gentleman: whose, brothers ''t '
fc : and rapid transportation to the bestmarkets. immersion: in water 'for one week, as nhnvenlhule(1 and I brothers-in-law! i straightway' con for upon'

: !,. to, a process which, if tried. hero, thl'lIll'I\'I'lIlitll'1Iof honor or distinction i in
The holt of country traversed hy the Trim wlluhll'ro\'l'IIIIIIY humhloopinion.not only order that the original Judge or (icneral I I

-=- __ $.=r= sit 11. lt. embraces slow unreliable, but very labor; (expensive system." with our present may not ellipse' IIll'l1hy the brilliancy of
his'pt'cllx.(: Thus: it balmpvmisthut' this democratic
In this connectfon wo make the following
IWmtY.AnmTY OF SOIL' republic i:1 i: now IIlulbitl'lll\hIlCl.4t, exclusively ;:
extract from recent letter from 11 Ir. \\'. 11. I by men of title CI jenerals I Colonels -
Oliver, of N. C. "I 1
X'wltl'l'IIl'l : yesterdayshowed and Majors are as plentiful* cranberries
to he found in (the State, u large proportion
cotton bagging manufacturer from
n ,
and everybody out IIf jail-and a majority
being peculiarly adapted, to the culture of Paterson, N. J., a specimen of jute raised ill.i.IL'-i considered an "Hon. Four

71 SKMI-TUOPICAI. 1'm'ITIIII\1t1 larly: Vegetables', hero. It i 1-1: from fifteen to seventeen' feet ( I ieucralsaimIVOuc: ufJiom has genuine i

r. and The Lal'!!r, t'uiiijittct Jtinllcs mil' Ti,"">rr high. He was much astonished at it. having claim\ to the {title are running for President,
==Ecc>i ..A.N"DJOB == make these land worthy of VAKEb'VL*- no idea that such 1'tllllllO raised.: 11111 few and the list of campaign) speakers" show so
: yard of cotton bagging used in
years every many Honorable. supporting these candidates i-
AMIXAT10X f hy manufacturers of U-MIIKU tbi country will be manufactured lit the that, If there be anything in name

ASH NAVAL S routs. South, fruin jute raised here. Toucan mark the pel feet integrity) of all the politlmllll1r-
t this as a prediction from me. ties ought: to be thoroughly insured.

NKW: SKTTLKP.S: : proposition; that "only those who havo ,II
j'OllTUl1BSl) SIfX'ISIIIM.II- earned their titles should wear tht'lIIlli !!('If- ,
Purchasing: land from this company are furnished GRANTS. evident ; but while we may discover real

with entire free jMtxttige an the Trail Mr. John WIIIIIIII1lIfLllfllllrclao! and New soldiers! contented to be plain Mr." now

sit Railroad for and personal cflocts Orleans, deserves much credit for his efforts that t they are mustered out of service, wo HOC
to introduce white labor into Louisiana' thousands! of men, who are citizens in warnndvoldicrs'
PRINTING HOUSE, to the station nearest! the land purchased.! r.- u class! of people, who, while they will supply In' pence, strutting nho'ut with'"'' '. S

TITLi: CO Il'J.IoTI': :, being derived by the immediate demand for labor on su military handles to their names. Them]
gar plantation: will rapidly le from the United States and purchos-j
grant : theatres direct our and
and become good )permanent citizens.: our operas run
from the State of Florida.CORRKSPONUKNCK. For this purpose he associated himself\ with our drl'I401l.o1Itllllltl; /: fiends: a militia Colonel
:Mr. Nathan, a l'lItll'lIIan'r I'IJ In the Por togivn u:* an I Italian ol'l'rul\IlIl we reciprocate
; SOLKTTICD.Descriptive tugese and Spanish languages, and having with an American Colonel of negro I Ilutist
large experience in Migar!\ COIIIIII t'l4. :Mr. Nathan : :Military ollicer arc tho landlonN '
and mailed on lias: spent several months: in Portugal, of our hotels ; a Major mixes I ourdrlnks 1
M\rs ciitcvi.Mu'
and hi* representation: of the actual condition behind the bar, and a Squire| attend. to the '
Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel, pppllcilio; .*. of thing in Louisiana, the demand for hoot-blackiug deportment All the editors
labor on sugar plantations: and the! prices who arcs not Colonels are Honorubles. 1'0
paid, has created a strong desire: on the part some Americans you may bo bold enough to
V' Land Commissioner.Ollice 1 deny preliminary tltle.but !
of thousands: to immigrate lucre He goes' tonddresanybo-
cor. leach and :Sea-nth:; *. only i in the agricultural districts t and from uclass fly a letter without time II nix of "1'sq j." would
KM,' familiar with farm labor, ha selected' bo regarded a personal! insult-the smaller
hundred: of laborers to fill orders secured by the social position of the person addressed
Tin FIOICII mIr.11'Illhaams from sugar planter( While the greater tho! lnsultofcuur5C.' Thus titles
the Spanish government (rum feeling: of which honestly won and honestly worn
jealousy, hu retarded time'ongnssuf' the enterprise would I tit) equal honor to those who bear lIIIIItllo'le
rOWN IMPROYKMKNT: COMPANY.TOIVIIH : :, and even compelled M.IIIO to leave who respect them, are chwijiengd, I by
FERNi.NDIN1FLORIDit.. the ship when she t touched 1 at Havana, yet bogus imitation: and become Hidicrous instead
the two or three hundred who have reached of tli:4t1I1: lIblll l. As regular olllecm\
this country ami commenced work, ore HOwell are most unxiou: to get out of uniform I and '
I'eruaufilntt i pleased that they will give Mr. Nathan into mufti a-i soon a* they are olf duty, Mtho.sc > 1

on 1C. It. Line, letters which will completely break down who have a right to titles are beginning -
the false reports circulated Portugal; to de- to discard: them while tho bogus bearers '

And (V.lur ){t','. feat his: enterprise. We aregl.id to learn that flourish nnorcuuul more obtrusively like t t
evry order will be filled, embracing; (MR) or thc raw militia. captain on his first tralming' I
"HO( mostly with families, and they will day. Wo observe) also, an organized system '.
arrive in time to commence work on the new promotion among these/ hum aristocrats.
year. A considerable number of these are One personage, whose curd bore the
Offers to lassoes and Purchasers a large for Tcche planters. Thi.: we consider far proud but modest title of Major five yearnhigh !

number of the most eligible and desirable more desirable for planters and time good of ) has .I just returned from fhirope: a full ..
the country, than to encourage/ Chinese immigration Colonel, although hu bus never seen service
Lots, suitable for Hughics Purlwses| or for .-/ luii/in SIIUlff.Jluwl.I.OU1S1tN..t. since' Hull Run With steady devotion to

u Having added. XKW TYI .\J) JTEW PRESSES: to our office, and having City; or Suburban Residences, duty, and a new card stump, this tJ'pl'ufhl1f .
will become the
r SUUAJi 1."TJJU ST,';. class a Jencral by time the
who knoiv how to use Ihe same: we are now XeWI'OrtH'I1IOn' o lens.'f!mereareuoCore -
SKII.LJ.U'OU )lC .\accounts t buy far received ngreee) in MIS- poruU and,outside of I the police! no Sergeant
UI'OV EASY; 'fEm.' tabling tie expectation of a very largo (production among our civilian military heroes, all the
prepared to do any and every kind o' hinting. of sugar in Ixmisiana! this/ : year. non-couunisslunedulliureluavlug!! shared the
From the! coast, the (jrosse Tcte( t the I Liberal Discounts; on Values allowed! *o and the Attakapus( district: we have wo can count our Generals, Colonels

.artlcs: engaged in manufacturing or indus nit( one report. I'nrJ'whcro the yield it i and Majors by tho hundred, we do not remember
the weather favorable! and the
very ) a single Lieutenant among our acquaintance ,
'./ial l enterprises i who \\al erect on tile property results!< tui,.*encouraging.) In some carters, outside of the regular army and 1
such u* Tern-bonne, St, Mary and 1 Ihcrville, navy Why do these minor titles remain un. i
purcna.H4.-d substantial improvements" wo hear of such yield as: Ji.ooO to 2/01, even attached We cannot all be tailors," tho -1

fur residence: or in winch .o Conduct their: 2,71) j' junds of sugar to the acre, while In English: ) nobleman remarked to }lr. Poole

; FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD, bl''i"l'S: every cane and the the showing outlook is exceptionally unpret'tslcntcrllychceriug. favorable / and who Americans complained{ .lIht;of to the have mixed M.TIMC company enoughto ,

DLCEMENT3 TO MANUFACTURERS Nothing but a hard freeze within/ know that we cannot all be Hujicrior olli-
the next few days, fallowed/ by warm and CUT*. The visit of General fruit to New I,
by exemption for a term of years font rainy weather, can prevent u* from making York ullord each reader a capital occaoion

axation, offered by the several cities and I a very large and rcmuncrutlvecrop. Thttf I U to reflect<< iij>on the bogus title nuisance, smut
combination of inisfortunea not likely to to rcsolvo that, hence forward, in his own ttrIlE
s. owns. Ap>Iy to i occur ut this season, and hence we feel warranted cuaound among hU acquaintances, ho' will ustealfastly
in congratulating our planter and discourage it: It lot I unrepublican t tIInmt'rlcan
irOffi-e cot Hcach II't upon very promise and unmanly.it renders u.ab: '
ip-tf : low before them.-AW Orlfnia Ifemocrut, tIt
; OHlre in Florida. earl at home amid a laughing stock abroad,
r. \N Xi'utly.uiitl, UN" C'liOHi' II'" any ..- cicurugeslilly vanity and snobbish affectation t

Undertaking.It. 1CTll'ITYAT.YI U" OKLKAXS. and it should !be a* severely punished ,
--- )by society, if not by law, an other r
11EN I)ERNON New Orleans it giving encouraging t
1I. ,
',,;- : : i ,' form of obtaining undeserved credit under
of increased commercial this
ign* activity
,. false .
'l v .. .' .. .. '. Kcason.! The LouUvillu & Nashville road pretenses.A
: ''! .. i. JUo"'tllJut of New Orleans, east and west 1< ,
during the month! of October; ItJlIOlJJlJlJpour"l. ntiLuo.tu man wihu: wax instructed to
j" ., ':> -. ,r :.. ..-. ,, !.. .. freight, a*against ",;(, ),0XJ( |*ounds inform a lady that her husband had been
the month lust increase killed by a railroad accident, and wa cautioncd .'
luring same year, an -
.... .. ... .. break the
I of over 100r| cent: The! sumac road to news gently i b credited -,
., hal moved<< into New Orleans, up to the tint with writing the following letter: !leer I
instant, more cotton from Nashville and madam.! ; I.writi' to say that your husband IM
Vnm-.t.sce[ than wa brought in over tho road unavoidably detained. Ait undertaker will
; during the entire year last ytar. Of lute cull on you to-morrow with full particulars

;i:>* l>..n't tend your onleu for PRINTING BINDING and RULING to offices out (1: M) i.; ic 'I'.\ u i: K here has been a good deal of complaint atNew The funeral sermon! has been arranged for,"
Orleans that the LouUvilleit Nashville Y.. Jlatyuue, ,

aide the State Order for either will receive nronipt attention from u*. Address FIFTH ST.. I'KRNAMHNA, FLA. tail rood hae bxendhscrinminalingugabmstthe ; .. ':i'i;)* r
ity. In regard to the cotton from "' ('III1C"III- )IWJ. J, IL Wn.fOS, Tiffin. Ohio; says-\tI: "

; ROUES! METALLIC C (!/!,}:;;, I Bee, the management claIms that the bo t have worn an Improved Excelsior ''K""' t
,- PI.OItII.i ::\IIUUOU. BURIAL)KX COFFINS i ASP CASKETS evidence that the rates are not against! New Pad, and received more relief than from t

."Of.'. ':r",.'\1'"' ;h". ,r..-...." Toh,",rallilic or tell FnS4511Jn. F :\. :J'-3Iu the cotton i* going that 'way, and that the recouunend it to ull.utfe I'II.It-Se, ..ifld.





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--J, ; -. AX IYTEllLWJJ::; "DARUNO, Kiss i me i Sweet OOUtI-Night, is John F. House, St.; Augustine.J. : (! r CLAY COCSTV.Cwnly I-- MANA1 KECount InCNTY.

the latest song. One young man sang it in .Jf.: <'urrie, Cedar Key. I Jw\g-\f\ IVekr, been Cove -/ .Tiid jr-F. M. Grahiim, :J;.agar:
the presence. of his girl the other evening ( /rr '--Ho'cr\: \ Grimth! Mnnaiee'Sheriff

Between the hill, alone upon the heath, and just as she was about to net iti accordance t- aprings.ClcrkO., A. Huddiiii i, Green CoveW. Wm. C. Ilayman, Pine LevuAmetfor '
Stale Officer .
Our farln-}rouse stands ; for miles and miles with the words of I the song her dear of Ji'.tt'8-\\"m. 1'. I'll'. i H h if.

around papa put in appearance, and filled the youth'scoat EXECUTIVE: : ItF.PART.ME.VT.: Sprlugs.ShcriJanes DcNVitt, Green' ('e"'Cf'prinWc rish.Collfioi '
Is naught but silence ; and the mystic hills tails full of boots Ror'eruor-leurge 1-. lrew. Tallahassee. :" of H'fcnticMtiion. ft, ('nrit.,",
Bend over us, where gazing from beneath 1'retident ( nf SClnlrD.. Barnes :; I fine Level '
pro rut Con liogslcy.Cullror
A imuiiiT little boy who, hail been engaged rw.of; Turn- \Vn. way, .
Our house looks '
Hihmh1e' ,
tip; never harsher sound Tallahassee.Secrrtnry: : f-Wni.. S. Phinnie-, SII1'rin11I1 of .J.) .r., ,
Than the far ocean's moan the silence fills, in combat with another,; boy, was reprovei f St>,[ --\\'. I), liloxhain;] Tallahassee of 7Vr- t I' t1C 1.0\1,
by his aunt who told him lie; anilll'
The rooks caw'in the treetops the spring, ought always VOei. MARION IIfl'T''.
And round the place few birds heard to wait until the other boy pitched !porn I 'ttiilHriiiic'Hlc'if/ "f Sdu14-tr. ,
::! nre to lbupfro/lrr-'ulunrbus' Drew, TallahasseeTntitiirrf ./IIlIt-J M. )Iclnto
{, sing. him !fell, exclaimed the little hero, Middle I burg. County !
Walter! ( Tallahassee.AttornryGfitrral ,
Z Iwynn,
: Ocala
"but If I wait for the other begin, COI.l-.rflO t fOl'NTl Or*-II. W. Long,

Once on a tfme the silence of the) place I'm afraid there won't be any fight. liassre.Xnmnitrinnrr. -George 1'. Uaney, Talla- C'otrnlyhtrlye-11'. M. } ,'cC.1! .%, IlkeCity.C ,Sheriff-V. i). 1'0llolrOcatn.: :

Was broken for a while. I tc came that way I would rather \'otefor a 10n -'ure,1 don ( of /1/I1-H'Igla .\. Corley, terk-.-John Vinzant, ,1r., Lake City. Attestor of Jit.rr-1 h01l1a''l Barco, rJt .
In i'arch for health, and quiet ana ; 8/"riO"-.1.' W. Terry. Luke City.Amrrwf Plant
x peace Tallahassee.Superintendent.
key than for said! :" !
you, an independent 7oxcRL \ Luke Collector nf llerealrc-Frederick! :;.
t 'rest. ; .
voter to a Galveston: candidate.) "O, come n(1'riblb: : Inrtru'rion-\Y. / 1 I V
t I He read or painted, once lIe drew my face, now yon ought not to allow to b..' Haisley( Tallahassee. Citv. Ocala. \ '
yourself Lake' ,Superintendent of $('/1'10111.. (. Mart ,
See where it hAng I 'twas how looked (Wfeclur W. (U'tzen, :>
:: the so influenced by familv ties," responded,) the .'Adjutantd'cnernl J.' J. Di'-kison) Talla 'L'st.rriThor I Port McCoy.
day .
candidate voteriias hassee. City.Stglrr
The :
K, When hU love- echoed puzzling .hfrndcn; 'rt",1-J III!usl'utsdautcr: MOXKOE: COUNTY
whkspers, ( oaf
through my cversince to find out why the crowd Coin mi f tinner (If Imuiyrolvn-Ih S'-th /
tin'4 breast. laughed.Gahrxton Xctrs. French, Jacksonville.SITKKMK! 1 Lake City.i'v.tm C'uH/ity Judge-Chas. .1. Baron, Key A\v
Not much like me No, not like T am now, ('(ur'yr'v. (,ll'r '':'''John :Siiciier: Key West.

But it was I, en sorrow in'cllnr brow Iris I almost impossible to hire an hones! counT.C'rfsirrI. nJIIl/fg./lltl c-William': A. McLean, Joel.sonville. .- 'rrjf-Weltnr,1( CI1'"t'' : "..
servant in Galve toii. A gentleman fold his. : ; F.:. M. lbuiilallJack"onvllle. Attestor of TaresWalci': C. )[r,10I,1 \1.
'''"wandered u}) and down the stretching colored, servant the other day : "Matildy, it .I. .."ci"tc .f",.tC--Weteot, jr., Tallahas (.'lc/'k-1'hllllH\II1-\ Buckman: : Jacksonville.Sheriff Key Vest ?

I plain, you will bring back the right change from see. -Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville.Attrtsur \ (}'JlI'rlUot' Hen inn- ',alter C. Malmic
I t1 (climbed the hills, and gazed up to the market every morning I'll Jin''oU u dollara .I (}rillf,' ,'II.fif'-U. II. Van 'alkenburg, of Taret -Daniel 1' Smith Jack Jr., Key !Vest..tiiqrrirrfcudeul'f.c1..

stars ; month extra. "Datar won't ne'a' rover Jacksonville.! sonville. wls-J. v. Ilerrisl', ,
fct Then, questioned their existence and, our \\i. You hasn't no idle what u big, business! CI.k-C.' (, l'uster1'nilahsssee! Collector of !:Jt'C'ClllIe-lIl'lIr\ A. L.bugle: ; West.:

own, dis lira firm isdoin'." CIRcUiT jfi'c.ia. Jacksonville.Superintendent:; NASSAU! t'OlN rVfIl'Y""aeIIinton \.
Talkod, o'er and o'er the
I' And tried to peer tbruugh mysteries I leaven's of pain heavy A L-AUY with a f.itnl squint came once to afasbionableartistfoncerprtrtit Firtt t'lV'MAiigntus\ F. Maxwell[ IVn- of S/li"tot?Albert J. nil;- ( J. Baker Feriiaidina. "-
: bars. t. He looked sacola.Hcimd. sell Jacksonville.J : .

I Yet, ere the seeds' sprang up that he bad at her and she looked at him and both were / Clrcint-David Walker, Tallahas HAMILTON ("t''TLCvltlly.llllIellry ('lu'rkC.V.. Maxwell, rernaiKSins..

sown embarrassed( liespokefirst : Would your see. J. Stewart, Jasper.Clerk : Sheriff Peter Cone' Fernandina.
ladyship permit he said "to take the Tliirj (CirrI-K.: ,1. faun Ma: /i!"oii. 7> Wm. II. Garland
Beneath my wlnlo\\1 I he) hail gone, and I me. : Robert S. Stewart, Jasper. Jx' wor r/ /j-f*- Fit
i profile There is a ccitain! shyness about Jo'UiftO'c.il1 1!. II, Arcldbaiii, Jacksonville. naiulina.Collector.
Wondered, alone, if it were hard to die. s/'uijr-.lIUIlt'' Jl. Duncan] Jasper.Attettnr .
your ladyship's eyes whkh I is. as dillicult! in I of Ttars-,1. T. (Coopor' Ai'crum. nf lievenue! -Warren 1.'. Scott, I\r.
o? Yet ho had only whimpered me of love, art us it is! fascinating in natiue." Fifth( Ci/'rllil-.1a.II's li. Dawkins, Gai..riville. Collector nf J."r-.J: 1' B. Goodbrcad, nandina.

x And.so the silence! faded, when his vokoBroke "ADomius : Benton, Columbia (" 111111)'. Sii/icrintendent of&/,f'JlV.. ,A, Mnluuujt
dear paid she "it's
my nearly ,"iiJ'th Ci'riiiU' -U. ).. llirciieh1'J'aupa.Sevcrmth .
on mi':o ear in those first days\ of life. II Roberts Callahan. \
4.q r'nlenrlrufnf.u'c/wold-Joshua/ :
a first began to call. Yes .
yearsinceyou : : Ci"il-\V Archer Cocke Sanord.
.d But now it ills( the place, and, from above I believe so," nervously. "And we've talked Ancrum.County .- OIHXGK: COUNTY.County : .

The hills: look down, and' silence doth re about books, : and lIJu lc'l't\' night." C'oiulK. ('usIcodur.TIIlie ''Hr.nI'O ('lU'NTY. / Jndje-ll. I.,, Summerlin OrlamlnClerk \ ..

joice 1'-yc-s, I think 110,"' more nervous than Fiierson. Brooks- -J. ]'. IIl1gl"', Orlando.
.t To Bide mo from inv self's most weary before. "Well, I, I-don't you think! n / e'inrt'rr.' ville.Llirk. J""gcL. : Sheriff' { Th-'iiuis \\'. Shine: Fort Reid.
strife. J. Vann ..ludoVuii.. H. Taylor State's .Is, 1 w'--Joll11 C. llaw.
change would be agreeable? There was a ; -J. C. Law, llrooksvillc.XAW rsaorf Bry on,
Ah I well I know that
silence will not break
"change" in a few weeks' time. The pastor Attorney.'Arm /)/'-.'. n. :Mii-kli i >r., Iti.ksvillc.of kinsville.Collector.
Till I
lie down
and .sleep-no more to wake. Sln'//v/ !.armor-Nat. Orlando.Superintendent
/ made it, dlaar'daor; ; Tiutf; '::W. [. ,Garrson; Urooksville. of Poyntz, ,
-.HZ the Year Hound. Taylor, 2d Mondav in April. of Schools-John T. Beck.
I ON the occasion of a recentnolitical I.wllllc Madison, :M Monday\: in April Fort field

t' I'llJVOIATlKS. (whether: Republican: } or Democratic! thc Hamilton, lib Mom'lay; in April.Siiwannee llrooksville.tjHjtertHtciHlcHt Collcctfnnf. ll't'l'/lIIC-P. M. Townsend. Ttyl.on'000'NTY.Cinutf'Ju .
reader must decide, because our reporter 1st Monday afterIth Monday
inform of .SV7i wils-Hr.I.::. Stringer, lyr--1). N. Cox, l'c.rr.SbrrrtTlunIr.SOsteei' .
neglected to 1 us: ) (the captain of one in '

N Xnu O'clockI"! says Mine do M. to her of the companies, wishing to "open order" Columbia, 2d! Monday after 4th Moiuluv tUrook vil1e. ,() )1. 1'IIulIe, Perry.I'crry.Saper'tewh'nt .
x maid. I must begin to undress!:: for the ball" to clear the car track, was at a loss for the in April III 1.1.1'111'1101 ill COt'XTY.: Clrrk-John VrlIn
words of command. Vexed and Lafayette 'M: I : after Ith in (if Srl//III.-I l.'crry.Cu"i'll ,
necessary Monday Monday M. L. Crane
County .Imlje- Tampa.,
WHAT is the diUercnco between a fixed well-nigh TI'rluurer-U. H. utton, l'erry.C .
1' star and a meteor? One i is a sun, the otl'er "Shplitup discouraged there an' let the finally horse shouted cars run: Fall April Tam- Clerk-\\'i\\}. C. Brown, Tampa. uitt!q S"rl'l'yor-H, N. Cox, l'crry .
] Craft .
ShrriQ1)lmae' : Tampa.Ati Collector
a darter of /iir/'ie--John C. Callioun.Perry. ,
through yez. Taylor, ld! )lonla'ill October .i'im,r of Trt.rcJ L. G.l Iieslie, Tampa.Qilfector .

A NEVADA ball l'e1'0l't says : "Miss::! HonoraX. : THE: papers' of France are rejoicing about Madison, :M Monday] in Octobci1., of Ilt'I'tlI"-\\( 1''. Ports: : Tumpa. Aiscstor: of 1itrt'R-"IH' II. l'ul'kerl\'rrr.
X.. was full of ( ; in fact, the cl'latlst the excellent prospect of there being lots of Hamilton[ -1th Monday in October.Suwanncc tfitficrliiU'iulcnt of "'d"ul.ll.. L. Crane,
lady present." this 1st Mond.:v after 4Ji Monday Tampa. ST. JOHN'S COUNTY.:
champagne season the grape
a is good just as if there in October.Columbia. JKFFERSON. County Judijc-M. R. Cooper, St. Augm-
crop ,
You can't play that on'me !1"'Sald the was any con- ] 2d Monday after 1th [ in
piano! to the amateur who broke down on n unction between ple'utyofgrapes and( plenty October. Monday (CiiHnt/ .J"tlqf-A. C. :Whitner, lonticello. tine
difficult\ 1iueof music. of champagne.! In America chemical science ,"i/'cri-W' () : /. Bailey, Monticcllo.CIT Clerk-Bartolo F. Olivcrod, St. AugustiA*
ty has readied) such n state of perfection that it I. ifayeitcNl:<<1 Monday after Jth Monday[ in /'-W. It. Lamar, Moiiticello.Uninrlntciuleiit "lirriQ-1. N. Pacclti, St. .\u util1l'. >

})UJUN I .
fever Sic Transit would be for FOCRTK: ciitcfiT.K. .
good legend
a wine, is concerned, whether grapes grow or Monticcllo.'
t some of our horse-cars. net Archibald, Judge; Samuel V.1'iniey, County Trennurer"". .\, \\'. Simmons, Collector IIJ'RI'I'CIlIlt'-JoH'ph F. LlombiiH,
State's Attorney.tfjiriiit Monticcllo.Collector I : St. .\u Illnc..
A KANSAS: paper ends::! a marriage notice"The :
A n'lTTl' JUJH1K. Tcnu S'lrrillh'II"'lIt.oSl'wQl.TIaOIlJIS
/ : A. Pa-
couple left for the East: on the night St. John's. 'Id in lurch of fiercnac-Joseph l'ahuerfoll: cetti :St.: Angustiiie.SUMTKU.
I Headers of Shakspearo have always en Tuesday t ticello.Awetsurof! :
train where will reside
I they joyed the wit of Portia, in the Merchant of Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Jit.rc'J.. I'. Qrunthain, Monticello. : COUNTY.

A WAU suggested that suitable opening Vellil"! by which she saved Antonio from IJruilford, l bt' Tuesday in April. County "cluc-Icn S. Cassidy

l' for many choirs would be, Oh, Lord, have the knife of Hh'locltiJ: his )pound of flesh, Baker, 2d Tuesday in April.) LAFAYCTTB CllI'STY. Clerk=Thomas Ivey ry ly-esbiirg.: Leesburg.
on us miserable singers." but added, should a of blood be hl'lln Xasau, :'!il Tuesday in April.
mercy drop ('torahJudte-11'. J. Dixon, New Troy. Slu'riff-J.. S. Dyches, LDCoburi
I THM' is the season! of the year wht'll11 taking it his life would be forfeited. A California Fall Duval Term, ='M- Tuesday in Ma\ "i/'l'(0'-.1.' (( }. J. Johnson New Trop Atnemor of Taxes-Joseph Hutch lIl'llJ,

I arable hens enter their second childhood and judge has shown equal wit. A hard .foh"8> (. 'fwn1.y in September. CT/rJt-jHowell,Hawkins( New Troy. .. ., ,J, 'c hl\rg. .. ." -
< character well known as a thief, was indicted jitls Cvllertor'Leesburg. --u'"7fci'enuc-Julul"D:
j are.brolled for spring chickens. for entering miner's tent and steal Clay 4tll! Tuesday: in l'lIIbl'r.IIradforI \ &pcriitieiidcittofch. < -J. C." Ramsey, New ytvhes:,
THE Mexican without who ing a bag of gold-du The theft 1st: Tuesday in October.
r. lady arms, was Treasurer-J. J. Painter, New Troy.Collector Superintendent of Be/couls-II. II. Duncan,
plays the piano with her feet, must be n fine proved. He had been seen to cut n slit in Iiakctl'fuesday| ; in October of! Jlevcniie Newton Sapp, New Lake Griilin.
performer She:; throws her solo into theme the tent and reach in and take the bag A Nassauir1'I'uesday: in October. TniiA'miaur-.
t.. music.MIHTRERS. bright thought occurred to the counsel for Duval, :id! Tuesday in November ; nf TI/.rcs-W. W. Cottrell\ New SUWANNEE COUNTY '

the defence.- FIFTH CIRCVIT. Troy County Judy:-Michael A. Clouts: Live
-Bridget, did vou ]hear '' How far did he when he took the Oak.
get James:! D. Dawkins Judge W. A locker
: ; LEON fOfNTY.
yf call ? "Yis, mum, "said, Bridget, "but dust ?" Solicitor. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.

you tould me the other day never to answer About half way in, as he reached over," SprillTam, CountiJudfif-H. C. Rippey, Tallahassee.Sheriff S/'aiff-John I:. :Sessions: Live Oak.
back and I di n't." )-\. Mnseley'fullalnessee.ClerkC .
) ye said the wetness Sumter, 2d. Monday in Jfarch. A. Bryan, Tallahassee Assettor of 7i1.rcs11.. Sessions!:!, Wei-
DINER (snining) "Waiter, I really think "}Inr it )please your honor," said the Marion, kl >lol1d.Iin March. S"I'rill/t'lItl'lIt'lf Schoolii N.1'clkel born.
this fish is not fresh 1"! 'uiterYt'lisir, l'hrewillaw\'r. I shall demand the acquittal .Alachua 1st Monday after 4th Monday in Tallahassee. Collector of t'I'enuc-H"J'I't F. Allison/:

w 'cant answer for that, sir I've honly been of my client. The indictment is not sustained. March.Levy. Treasurer. L. Demilly. Tallahassee. Live Oak. A
He did not enter the tent. Can' Suiieriiiteiident of tJc/wol.-J O. ('. Joiics,
'ere week"sir 1" a 3d Monday after 4th Monday[ IIItlrdl. Collector-of Rtt.tlIC'C. Pearce Talla
man enter a house! when une-halfof his body ][ Live Oak.
AN ingenious prisoner in a Western jail is in and the other half out?" VOLUSIA COUNTY.
J'utnam, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in ;
of Taj-en--R. A S'.iine:;: Tallaluis-
make watch out of broom ,
contrived to a a The jury and judge were equal to theemergency. March. see. L'ulmt'wlveFrel1.. I. I.a l'<'notierc! Enterprise.
: that had been left in his cell. The broom'stick The verdict! of the jury was:: : Fall 7'trm- .

probably suggested! idea to him. Guilty as to one-half his body and not.. Sumter, 4th Monday in October. LEVY couxTY.b"nfy t.' .rk-Julio'V.Ikkins, Enterprise.-:

A STROLLINO theatrical company was at guilty as to the other half." The sentenceof )Marion 1st Mondav[ after 4th Monday in ( Jurhie-1V.M. II. Scaring, llronson; Sheriff W. .1. Cone, Enterprise.Atseator .
the judge, was : IlIIl'ri OIlIl1<'lIt for the October U/fTk-J. Ilarco, Uronson.: of Taxes-Benjamin Richardson
the dinner table. A waiter ,
one '
approached '' '' I). "'illln Kronson
of the members and said : "Houpt"\ "No, guilty part of two r'aThe prisoner: many A lad ma, 3d Monday after 4th Monday inOctolier. Sheriff ol1. KnterprUe.Collector: .
Tastt J. 11. Willis
leave the other part behind or rake it with Iaaeasorrht : Itronson. of lel"'lIuJoll1 11. Jordan Do-)
sir, replied the guest, "I am one of the ,
Collector la"/illc-John
/ C.
.musicians. him. The sharp lawyer was outwitted Iievy, l>t Monday IIftC'ftth Monday in Itronson. of! iIcJrew, Land.
:November.' Superintendent of Schools-James II. Chan
ON a homeward bound Charleston car, a THE LKOKXIt OF JWI,IK I'utiiani, :2d l Tuesday after 1st Monday XiijM-riiitcnilent of hnoliiJos.$. F. Shands filer, Kntcrpri.se.WAKULLA: .
jolly-looking Irishman was:: saluted with the Dwrmher. };rOllSlIn.
hermit conducted(
A was by an angel into
remark : Tim, house was blown away." :MAUIMiN I'OI:STY.Conntif COUNTY.
yer a wood where he saw an old man cutting SEVENTH: riRCl'IT.William .
Deed thin it isn't he '.'for I II. WltnerMNion: (CfJlwt'IJ/IIlgc-. T. IuvalCrawfurdville.
answered ve Madi
down boughs to make up a burden ; whenit Archer Cocke, Judge; A. St. Clair- Sheriff)-W. H. Walker Crawfordville. '
the kav.in nocket.1'As son. ,
my : wits liirtpf 1m tiifl It lilt mnl nftf'iiniff,.l fit State's
Abrams Attorney.Volusia ,
: : ,Sheriff; "''. II. Willu.-i. Mac.ison. Clerk-Nat. R. "'nl\er\: Crawfordville.Superintendent .
lift'itI-d-i-; ; illl; r and
) ..\ml'ricl1laW'l'r is now attorney general :: carry it away:but n.iiti 7- of Schools '
(?ark- -john M. l>o' :;sfiiilteriu'fiultut \111..111] -John L. Craw
_ of the" Sandwich Islands. If in two finding it very heavy, he laid it down nin
{ p 1st Monday in'May. of ,S<-/ii*>li- 10:, '*. TyiiT, ford, Crawfordville.
he doesn't own the entire country and and cut more wood and hca|>cd it on, and Prevail, Momlay' in May.Oninge MuiiUon. County TI'e'lIIlfrtl'T.. Duval, Crawford. \

4 hold the king's! note for 11 'large sum, he is then tried again to ('l1rrIt oil': This ho re- .'td! Monday in )1 IIr.J County Tru.raier- S. S. Sniith, Madisoii. vii he.

no ,credit to the American bar. )eared several times, elways adding; to the J Made ld! Monday[ in Jane Collector of Rct'/'ft--.I.lI. Warring, Mydson. ('uUt'ctuff1 !:t'wllteH.. Walker, Craw-
load after trying in vain to raise it from the lull TiriiiVolusia. ford ville.
,A CIIICAUO pork man has made application .
round. In the meantime the hermit astonished
i; ,. to u herald for coat-of-arms and family l at the old man's folly desired the llfevard,, 1st 2d Monday Monday in in November November. iae11.1sllt'If..or of Tartt-!IS.l I' Wai'.sworth Mad fordville.Assessor of Taxes-fieo..F. Register, Craw U \
could he find better
than "
angel to explain what he meant. You behold Orange M Momlay in Nove: !tier.
( with ----
eouchant four pigs' feet rampant -- -- --
u sow !, said he, "in the old man an exact Dude 2d<< Monday )in Di-cenuie-. -- ---
v_ the_ motto //& ]toy tiyiio rlnces.; representation of those who, being made : I

a WHY Franky." exclaimed the mother sensible of the burden of their sins, resolveto I
4 the summer boarding-house, I nevi-r knew repent, but soon grow weary and insteadof County Oflleer.s.AL.VCIUU t7Cy \

to ask for a second piece of pie at home." lightening their burden, increase it every COUNTY. D s I i iCt
t you' knew it want day. At each trial they find the task heavier \t
'I no use, replied Franky, CcmltlJllV --Junius C. Gardner, (Gaines
quietly, us ho proceeded l with his pie eating.. than before and so put it oil'a little longer, vile.ClerkJ.. :2III
in the vain hope that they will by-ancl-hy be A. Carlisle Gainesville
TEARS to me your mill! goes awful slow," more able to accomplish: it, Thus they go Mieriff Jolm "". Turner, Guhiesv.lle.:
., said an Impatient farmer buy to a miller, "I" on adding: to their burden, till it grows::! too Autuior of T(\re.J.. M. Dell, Ga'nesyihe.fjullector : I1tIA -<
r could., cat that meal faster'n you grind it. heavy to be hornet; and then in despair of of Kft-iia_e-G. P. Thomas, GainesSupfrluiwlent ,
How long do you think you could do it, God's mercy, and with their sins unrcpcnted "itlc. %. 1 '
lIlY lad? quoth the miller. "Till II starved of, (hey lie down and die. Turn again, my of Schoo't -Q, ..\. Myers, OCVIE 11 THE O L r '
to death,'* answered the boy.A son, and behold the end of the old man Gainesville! g: :a LUNG PAD

QUEST at a fashionable hotel took his whoiu, thou" sawest heaping up a load of BAKER COUJTY.CuuiitiJiulyf ::5 e0 (DE.ty1 Bg.1
is boughs. The hermit looked and saw ]him C
neat at the dinner table but no one appearing -Jno. R. Henidon.Sanderson.
;, to wait upon him[ ho remarked "Have In vain attempting to remove the pile Clerk:-F. J. fans, Sanderson.Sheriff CURES BY ABSOR1TION (NATURE'Sf
which accumulated far be'ollhilil : \Y)
>ti you any waiters In this hotel ?" Yes," responded was now limbs'totterell J, C. Williaias. &l1 er.+ou. YOUR HACK ._-.... -_ _
the side of the :. strength to raise. His feeble 0 diseases of the Kidneys, Uladder --
a wag on opposite Aunsur of 7t.u-l- Rogerson, San-
overtime burden ; the poor remains of his and Urinary Organs, by wearing the I< .\SI S,
table the boarders are the waiters. llt'l'lIon. IRO.1lJyID
strength were fast ebbing away ; the darkness T .\SES,
.' ltichanl
FLASHER having had lib portrait painted!, of death was gathering around him ; Citllector of Rt. u Kennedy, IMPROVED EXCELSIOR: $ IIr'u'hluf
his frll'luDnblt4 and after convulsive and tarbyville.StijrriHte. Trouble
asks the opinion of are. impotent attempt .
h- tired house painter. Dabbs" .Well, it's to lift the pile he fell down and expired, Olustec. &lwol.\\ Hampton- .ps7" KIDNEY J'AD.It It DUlYIIXTO MrWAflTOMBnQeniatUBM&dtMClIhlCM: the system HMM curative-

like but, if you've twenty-five and
you agents healing
pounds for it you've been cone. Why, there GENERAL: 1)IRE'TOKY.Unltetl Jlr'Dt'ORtrot'XT\ is a MARVEL: of DEALING: and R?:. It DRAWS FROM medicines

uin't half a, pound of paint on the whole Qiuuty Judi/e-3, R. Richanl, villell1''. LIEF -SIMPLE, SENSIBLE: :, DIRECT !poisons that cause death the diseased parts the
"'thingl"! -"* Stales Oflleer Clerk-'Henry. York Lake Uutler.Sheri PAINLESS: and POWERFUL. It CURErf Thousands .
/ \\\ \V, I'umblin Starke..iMouor !: I where all else fails: A REVELATION and testify to its virtues /.
A COLORED man applying for a marriage LAND OFFICE GAINESVILLE.Kegt /. r!trf*-A. McKiiiney, Lake' EVOLUTION{ in :\Il'llidncbsorption YOU C.Hf: m LmYfUXD:
klt asked if he ands 1 ter-lt. A Barnes Gainesville. CURED. (
license in Cincinnati was Uutler.Cuiltctor. or direct Jdieution, as op|>osed to unwitis-
related. "Yes salt ''' he lleceivcr-John F. Rollins, CJlliUl \'ille. I).Cone Don't \.' until have '
the lady were re- of JC'I.t'IUUI-\lfr"'l1 Lake factory internal medicines. Send fur our you tried this sen-
b' \ asked:: how T he answered : "I Suneyof'Genend, 1>. Hall, Tallahassee Uutler.Jfnj I treatise on Kidney troubles, sent free. Sold I rt'PTifii.1'11"1-1! and RADICALLY EF.

'' thought you deluded to de tender relashumsou DISTRICT COURT. >friiitfinleHt of &lcooll-C'. E:. Harrison, I by driiR&sts: or sent by mail on receipt of Remedy.

4 luv what prevails between us at de present Jutfye-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville ?tarke. price, TWO lUH.T.\ns. Address Sold by Drugjrists, or sent by mail on receipt

; moment Marshal-J. II. Durkee, Jacksonville.YcrkPhilip BRF.VARU COCNTY.Cuunty Tnt "ONLY" LI-NO PAU Co., of price THE, TWO"O DOLLA11S bv

BIBB ball,.it;trill\ ,be remembered by old ( Walter, Jacksonville. Ju
settlers, is a game played by eighteen persons INTERNAL REVEM'E.CUfcrtfivDeiinb Clerk-A.. A. Stewart, Titiuville.Ae Detroit, Mich. Williams Block-
wearing, shirts and drawers. They scatter Jacksonville.COLLECTOR ,Mf t>f Ttue*--J. 1>. Stewart, Titusville. Jtt!- This ;Is the original and genuine Kid- %-T*+ >ntl fur testimonials Detroit Mich.
around the field and try to catch a cannonball I'vllectorof.llrreuue -V. 1.I'latt.l..ake Jesbup ley I'ad.sk for it and take no other. (US Three Millions! Year." and our bnokt
covered with rawhide. The game is to *& Or (1VTOMS. ? Orange
get people to pay,two shillings to somc in. Jolflj \\'. Howell, Fernandina. of School Alexander Tin- 1J1kJlillBTOTII131IlllOR.: $2 PER I l'U1 T:\ in

silo the fence. td: w l'llllollkins,-Jacksupvilk. Bali Cike View annum ; $1 for six months luw t rates,, at the every MIKKOR style office and at


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COTTOX.. tarllT on cotton from Nashville! to New Or- \
Rent 1'4: ('. he:u'ts! Is: the same as that to Savannah and \. \J'

1880. : .S$].. THE ".\eTIIO'T (rTTnaFI; : ). (Charleston or $-2,.">0 'per bale: anal less than 'S
Foil 4.11,1,; that to Norfolk, which is $lIt: per !bale
The 7).n7.y .f,'htllM v
-- gives thisexpluiatihnof: the growth of tin WATF.U FII.nn.-\n old number of the
cotton) seed !trade since the close of the war :
+1......... ......... .......,. ...... ,...... ............,..,.. :/'t Heforc the war the cotton seed was the I'firirif; Fanner\'I'1&'ItI-/\tells how jar to ,make keg this or :barrel.Takeany .
:1' 1' means of constantly\ I renewing our lands. It \Iikl'it perfectly sweet and clean lit in a '
THE : : ;
: i! .\ insiKvnir 11011:1-, was the l finest fertilizer in the world. Si o false bottom one-third of the distance to the # ;
\ long as it was returned to the soil the lam thickly perforated with holes, gnu firm- ,

+4........ ......... ..................,.....................,. ..i r: was kept productive.\ After the war it beiMine top Iv held, by dials. Over this place a close- ':
a nuisance to the planter, because In fitting, clean piece of somewhat porous! canvas. :
S'.nated: directly on the Railroad, could not control the labor to spread it \l1'onhig Abovethis sheet of cotton batting ;
land. Hence[ other uses! for it wen !. '
clean Cover(
tr.......... .. ..,.. ..,...... ......tti sought anil found in the production of oil. above the sand this witlt three a inches close-fitting! of flannel Milt ; fiver I !

i IX ONE. OF' ThE: i Whether the change will prove n benefit to and washed granulated animal: !
.......... this sifted
..... ...... : .j the t'tHlnlrill the l'IHlor not, 1l1\ roblen charcoal four inches deep. Fit in nicely nperforated
1! HEALTHIEST: 1'ARTS OF FLORIDA i j! the future: must salve In the meanlinncottonseed \ diaphragm, to correspond with (] ;r

]FLORIDA MIRRORo ++<+.... ............. .... ... ........................+: oil is: becoming more and" inonimportant \the false bottom htloand rover nicely ;
as an article of commerce. The of
with cotton cloth. Fasten securely a piece t:
For particular* ndi'iivs I fnrtte must", not forget that the fcrtili.inyproperties canton 11\1 II\1 to the top of the vessel, so itwill
of cotton seed are improved bj sullicienlly to hold considerable
1'LOmn.lIlnWI: :, extraction of the oil. bag I
the '
sitter, ami so it may he removed at pleasure I
f,;3-tf Fernandina, Fla. for cleaning. Put faucet near the bottom l
.1 I'UAVTWAL MAX OX ,,71/27 of the vessel! nil with water and keep full.\
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Mr.: J. Th. Harang writes as: follows to tin SHAM VLKSS SHAMS i.

New Orleans Iteuwcrat "In an article miblishcd -
'- n AND IMMIGRATION: COMPAQ in the New Orleans 7Y
[,- I LAN 'J ute Culture,' I read t lie following: 'We tlo : SIIVM jrixiKS: HIU.M' tCVKIUTIllNU.

OFFERS:: Hot 1 except in districts where there i is an ample ago the sharp pen of'hutrleslickcnsprickedthe )
supply! of water. In order to disengage the' bubble of American\ titles and (made our
1500.0'r1'II' fibre from the stalk it I is neccs!"ary that tin militia icneraN( corner grocery "Judges,"
: jute should bo immersed in water for about and town council! Honorable," as ridiculous

(\f .IH iliost! I one week.. This: may be nil true and correct,, as: our "spittoons: and dollar aristocracy.Hut .
\ but it does not ah'ellIlrlf.lIow! ; that Jute before the title nuisance could be quite]
ACCESS'lli.E: 1 AM}) DiJSiKAiiLEHTATIi : can only be produced under these circnmstances. laughed; out existence: : the war transformed
: Permit me to state the following" all\ our people into ! L" 't'''+ ht I'll" facts: :Mr. "'III. II. Harris, comnmsioiiciof know from the records that a million of

agriculture: gave me once a few stalks of i high privates enlisted on both sides: during
OF' FnOUiDA. jute which he wished: me to prepare for him the war ; but the slaughter was terrible, and
1 lusU) i Mi(:)) hours' time the t fibre was: extracted,I,, not, a single private tllttit'I't'lI'lIpl'llall\'e. All
At only $1.:) per acre ID now settler"itl! ,I washed, aired, cleaned and put up l'I'UI10 I tin; !survivors! olllcers\ and although, perhaps
8 the privilege\ of selection in parcels' of .tll" he sent! back to the commissioner! hI"I.illrn I : few of them could: show their commission
,- acres or more. These! lands: are located on mail. If I am not mistaken: ;; those saint they (take every! iii!opportunity\ of
J'' r fibrescrc submitted l tooU fur inspection! airing I thteirrunikr l in aristocratic\ countries:
1 and adjacent to the line of theATLANTIC and, according to Mr.( Harris' letter to me, (the titles are hereditary ; but in this country

o KDIATRANSIT they were pronounced beautiful.l The daythat they are hlfl'l.tlOUhroll,1 the son of u I
GULF ANDEST t the cultivation of jute will be enteredInto ;( lmlt.l'l'olllt'S his lordship when his father

0 CO.'S 11. 11., extensively, 1 am satisfied: that an apparatus dies; but in this free! republic ono title jren-
can be put up which will, in twenty- l'mtt'lIlIl\othl'r as (fast as the flies: Iii the sun,
H J extending from FKIINANDINA) on the Atlantic four hours: extract,, wash dry, clean, gin aiid, When he head of a family becomes! a Judgo f

to CKDAU KKY: on the Gulf coast: deliver, rl'n.1for use, any quantity which or a Oeiieral I all the boys are dubbed Colonels
Ifi 1k-. might be desired by the parties engaged in or Majors or Commodores so \;;
thus affording to the producer' cheap: constant with the whoso! brothers
i, the business, thereby dispensing: up with the old gentleman, :
p lr I and rapid t transportation! to the bestmarkets. immersion I in water for one WI't'l1.4' nhoyi'' und\ brothers-in-law" straightway conferupon

fc alluded to, process! which, if tried here, themselves titles of honor or distinction, in

traversed by the Transit wouldJroveinm vhtuuhleopinionnotonly\ order that the original Judge or (icneralmay
w The belt country sluffbut very expensive, with our present not celijise them by the brilliancy of

=: It. 11. embraces unreliable labor system." his prefix.} Thus it hlll'l'l'lIsthnt this demo-
In this cnnncctfon we make the following crane republic is now inhabited almost exclusively a
EVERY VARIETY: OF SOILto extract from a recent letter from :Mr. W. II. by IIlt'llIf title. O Jenerals' Colonels

Oliver, of Newbcrne. N. C'.: "I yesterday and :Majors; are us plentiful as cranberries
he found in the State, 11 largo proportion I'howe.11I'oltem bagging: manufacturer: fromPatcrson and everybody out of jail-and a majority

being peculiarly adapted to the culture of N. .)., a specimen of jute raised III-iIt.--I: considered an "Hon." Fourjenerals i'

H : II'TROI'IC'\I. Fin ITS and, Early: Vegetables, here It is: from fifteen to seventeen feet ([ : only one of wJiom lias a genuine '".
r ;Ti I high. He was much astonished: it, havingno laim[ to the title, are running liar President! ,
and The Lnnjf, ( \niifntct Undies; of /,111" idea that': such could ho ruined: In a few und the lists of campaign speakers show so'

-________.I ..A.N"DJOB : == make these lands: worthy of UAIIKI'UL'A'( ;.\. years every yard of cotton bagging used In many llonorables supporting these candidates

A3HXAT10X by manufacturers of LCMIIEU this country will be manufactured at the I that, if there h be anything in name
South' frontjute raised here.1111 can mark the pciht integrity of all the i lollt1'ulI'ar.
AND NAVAL STOKES.NEW this as prediction, from me." ties ought to be thoroughly insured

proposition that only those who have '
l'OnTUal: Axn siixisnOltAXTS. 1.1011- arncd their titles should wear them is self- I Icvitlt'lIt t

but while we may discover real .
fllr.nlhta ; .
land from arc
Purchasing company soldiers contented: to bo plain :\Ir." now ,
:\Ir. John Williams ofLafourcho and! New
: with entire; free jMtssnge on the Transit that they are mustered out of service, wo see
Orleans ell'MCr\'t'lIl11l1d. credit for his effortsLo :
: ,
Railroad for family and personal\ effectsto .hoiisands' : of men, who are citl/ens III war
Introduce wln'te labor into Louisiana: '
PRINTING HOUSE the station nearest the land purchased.! aclassof: people, who, while they will supply and Military soldiers'handles'peace'to ;their strutting names.about Thcsd with t
: the immediate demand for labor on sugar -
COMPLETE: being derived by ) and cork .'
TITLE le language ioda-watcr! Colonels' all fizz man-
plantations, rapidly trim our
grunt from the United States:\ and purchase and become good permanent citizens. ugh our theatres, direct our operas, and run {i
sends militia Colo-
from the State of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE. For this purpose\ he associated himself with our circuses.! EII Malian u I
lid togivn us an opera, and we recipocato -
:Mr. Nathan gentleman versed in the (Poriiigese -
Colonel of
SOLICITED.Descriptive and! Spanish: languages, and havinglarge with aii American the negro landords
experience in sugar COIIIIII 11'14. :Mr. Nathan minstrels.1ihilary: arc -
ot'ol r hotels ; itJlaJortuixes our drill ks 1
has several months in Portugal,
M\PH and UIKTMIW mailed on md his representations spent: : of the actual condition lehind, the bar, awln Squire) attends to the
All the editors
ppplicilio'; of things in Ixwisiana, the demand for loot-blacking department.
Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel, labor on sugar plantations and t the pricesjiaid who are not Colonels are llonorables. Toome ;
LEWIS: be bold enough to
W. Americans
CHAS. you may
has created a strong I desire on the t part
Land,l Commissioner.Ollice jf thousands: to immigrate here lie 'Jt'Hollh' leny a preliminary tit lebut to address!"any holy
v' a letter without the afllxof "Es II. would
: in the l'u1turlllllhtrkliC, and from u
cor. Ileach and Seventh: SKTin : 1I I' insult thesmaller
1G-ti lass familiar with farm labor, huts: selectedinndrcds be regarded as a personal -
social nt'the addressed "
mil'laburersto/lllurdcrssecun'lby/ Ij. the position' person
: ri.oicin.v \I j.. \\liii\ mfrmll sugar; planters.' Whlie the greater the Insult, of(course' Thus titleswhich

r the Spanish government, from feelings ui' honestly won and honestly worn
those who bear
jealousy: has retarded tho progress; : of the enterprise \\'l/ultlllol'elUlllllllllor to : (I
IMPROVEMENT: : COMI'AyI'crnaiiuiiia \ :, and even compelled conic to h'II'l'the who respect them, arc cheapened by
rpOWN and become !ludicrous Itt-
when she touched at Havana, G
NDIN1FLRID1 ship ye '
FERN1 olllcersare
: the two or three hundred who havu reachei .htead of distinguished.: regular
I, this: country and commenced I work, ore swell <( most: anxious to get out of uniform und
I pleased that they will givel: Ir. Nut ban into IIJUt'tlIl'S soon as they are off duty, "M' > +
those who have u right to titles are beginning {
will break dowi
Towns' on It. .1[. I-iiU't letters the false which reports cirt'ullltt..IIIII'tII'tu completely: 1I1 to defeat to discard them ami while too bogus bearers .I f

his areglad, to learn (tha flourish more! more obtrusively like
And the raw militia captain on .. s
order will be filled, embracing GOO III'
evry We observe also, un organized system
----------- 7 these chain'aristocrats.

arrive in time to commence work on I he nev of self-promotion! among
One whoso card bore the
A considerable number of these art
Offers) lessees and Purchasers a large i'or year.Tcche planters. This wo consider! far proud but modest} title of :Major live years
desirable for planters and the good of ago, has! just returned from EurojHi: u full .
number of the most eligible und deslrahleLotl the Inure than to encourage Chinese immigration Colonel' I, although he has: never seen service! j
full Run. With steady devotion to
suitable for Uuyness PurposeM, or for ,-Lolli,'/IiIIIHI&r.11IJwl, since
duty, and u new card stamp', this! tlculJIl4)
Having added A'KfT TYI.E AXI) NEW PRESSES to our office, and having Cry or Suburban Ite (IJen/.t"l I.Ol1ISI.I1suu.lue INTHLL'.STS.A class\ : will become u ((iencraf by the time the
next New i>ort season 01>ens. TnerearonoCorporaU -

'i SKILLED WORKMEN: who kl'o.how to u..c the same we arc now v II accounts thus far received agrecein susaining and,outside of the police, no Sergeants
UrGV .\ TERMS.); the expectation of a very large pro among; our civilian military heroes, all the
,* I net ion of sugar in l/oiiNluna" this year. non-commissionedofllccrshaving shared the
kind ,
ti I : prepared to do any and every ( printing l-'rom the coast, the (Jrosse Tete! the IMbtirche fate of the! privates during the war, and although

Liberal Discounts on Values allowed! ..0 and the Attakapas districts we have we can count our Generals, Colonels
nit one report. Everywhere: the yield i i'l und Majors by the hundred, we do not remember
a/ties: engaged in manufacturing or IndusIal very heavy. the weather favorable and tin u single Lieutenant among our acquaintance

':;:/, enterpri who \\ &ill erect on tile proj>> r'ssullsuostehenuroging. Insauequarters, outside of the regular army und ,
such' as TerrclMJiine, I't.fary! : and J llierville. navy Why do these hiinor titles remain un.
e.ty purcnased substantial improvements' wo hear of such yields as 'J.oort to 2/11/11. even attached/ We cannot all be tailors," theEnglish

winch vonduct their: :,7 for residence or in to case the showing is exceptionally favorable who complained! of the mixed company, '

500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD M'slness.INDLCEMENT3: : ami, the outlook uIIIn'l'locll'IIt'llIydlCerill !} Americans ou;;;ht to have sense enough
FROM A ,, : Nothing but u hard! freeze within to know that we cannot all. be sujierior orii
) : TO MANUFACTURERS he next few days, followed by warm am C'Cn The visit of General Grunt to New'York

by exemption for a term of years f.-om rainy weather, can prevent us from mnkin affords each reader a capital occasion
a very large and relllulIl'ralh'ccrol' Ting i it:! to reflect upon the bogus title nuisance, and
taxation, offered by the ',\iral cities and a combination of misfortunes not likely Uoccur to resolve that, hence forward, in his own li

owns. AlI tofc&'Otffe at this season, and) hence we feel. warranted case and among his\ acquaintances, he'willfctcudfastly t
in congratulating (',,. unaerchanU < discourage it: It Is unrepublican, i
cur; Heach A TJist* ] ern\ndina. upon the very brilliant l'rOlnlwIIOW un-American and unmanly us: absurd

qi" IfJ-tf before 1,1II.-\"t'U/ Orlenia Democrat at home ami a laughing stock abroad,

0111I... Florida.IflV.n't it ('lIcollrugt.* petty vanity and onobbbh, affectation -
S'cMitly.tuitl as any
.\>* UN i'lieaip .
f ,- Undertaking.1C. ACTIVITY AT XKW OIU EJU'S. and it Diionld be as severely punished
- ) l by society! if not by law, u* any other
'I. IiESIEitNON. New Orleans! is giving many encouraging form of obtaining undeserved credit under
< ; signs of increased commercial activity this false pretenses.
M-astji. Tho Lxiubvillu it Nashville road ,
-. .. Orleans east und west
noved out of New ,,
+ .5 during the month of October, 1liOOdJi ,A KULUO.IU man who: was instructed to
( inform a lady that her husband had Lt't'uklll..otl

.. ', ... .t.. i' t111.lstitfreighta'the Maine month arulnstt,7NIMSUndydurhng lust year, un in.! by u railroad accident, and wan cautioned ;
to break the news gently U credited
'' 1 .. ('reatieof over JWJ |*r cent. The fame road '
; the letter "Dear
with writing following :
tt md move'l into New Orleans! up) to the llrsliintant I
.' .I more cotton from Na"hville ail I madutn.' write t<) say! that your husband is
ill the road unavoidably detained. An undertaker will
.. Tenneawe than was brought over
the entire year last year. Of lute call on you to-morrow with full jarticular
luring "
The funeral sermon has been arranged for.. ,
deal of at
liven complaint
here has' a good
and RULING to office out. UN1)EIt'1'.iKEli.FIFTIJ .
IHNDING N. O. Picayune.MUH. .
;/ bend your onle* for PRINTING Sew Orleans that the LouUvilleit Nu..hvilleJtailrcJUll ,
ST.. FKRNAMUNA, .'L\. hae been discriminating against the -- -" -- -- )"i 4f' ,

1:"tilde the State. Orders.; for either will receive nrompt attention from a+. Address ity. In regard to the cotton from Tennessee J. Ii. Wiwosc, Tiffln. Ohio: Mrlff;

.. the management claims that the Ul have worn an improved} Excelsior:
:J UIJ31IlutOn., BURIAL nom:;. :METALLIC CV.HK3, evidence that the rates are not against New. }'....1. and rcct'lml' more relief than from IJ'
IM >KX COFFINS AXD CASKETS.Tel Orleans consists In the fact that the bulk 01! remedies I have ever tried. 1 (' ;

FUBSAXPIXA!: !-'L.\. 37-3u'.raohie' or'L-re /otuptly attended- to. the cotton is going that way and that the I recommend it to all. ulTerers.--S AiUI.'rIlE .

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LOCAL REPLEUTION S. 11 light. at the gangway( !; opposite the, hatch The heather OIt.\Xcas.: -. ----

.....A-oo-;; ---..._-::::--:_"'=:- --: -::;:='::='::---_. '" nndjight!! in the social) hall. Mr.( Stevens! l.ff'AI. OI1SEUVATIOX8. -.4.: ................................ Jr. ..un'IU1u'i. FORK,
blinded the light lij the engine
:?.of) A( YK.UH S4lo/) ron mIf .11O.YTlI.. ; }probably by FERS.tYDtx.1., Fr.,'., November 27, 18SO. T\ISTWT: ejJ
room, wnll ._ -
---- "- --- ----- --- -- - ---- I ,
Ing distance of some twenty feet, to the 187118Stl.: SOLICITKD] .- Fourth St., bet Centre and Alaclm) i.
: :

The Mi u nou desires to rellect the interests hatch Covering the lower hold. He seemsto ---1--.--1--:::':--I--w I"I"1:::--1--\-----\ jSJTCOXSKJXMF.NTS tf FKUNANDINA] ] V\]
have,; fallen on his! side, w one side wu1I1'PHtl'lItly j .; ; -
of the whole State: mid will publish! with .. .

pleasure communication* from the interior paralyzed and I he I ft rick so severely Saturday, ;\ -- ::'U X12,: --t,:;"( iT-- E. L. PALMER & CO., "'JI. ii. ('. niTKYin.:
I 11'to concussion of the brain., Dr.Starbuck I
1r There nr(, many.valuable experiments being'' (cause a :Sunday; : 2f I :'bs I II,:!! .I'i liO

carried, the results\ of which would be of was called immediately and he was: )(liana\} :: 1: 411 ((jI) dv f,2: Haill. -+.................. ......................................... GENI'HAL: ; COMyti( ( l SIONMEfciLIN'i( .
( .
removed to the nll'ioll! House, where he Tuesday 2.1 Ii:! (12It: I 'Ioulh' ..
great vn11eto\ others, information of the \\'l'ehll'oIIla 2t 5li (Iii; I iJllIi) (i Hain ('r.srm5T": xnvn 11. U. DEI-OT,
growth and progress of the newly settledptsrton died Wedusday night, never having recd'ercd Thurso 1\3' 2 Ii i2: ifi Ii;2: ('lflucI?'. Wholesale!. Fruit Healers.F.ALTIMOUK .)-i.
consciousness.! Mr.( Stet'pus! was a re.itcnt ( tit ft, 8 14' I 68 1'airJL I : \XlIIXA Flit
: .
i are matters of general interest.WK t. of Altamontc, In Orange county wherehe I'ridaY!: ._..:._:. _,. __= ....j.. ............ ..............................................} FEn ) "%I.Hits' ,

Corn. OatN.v. .
has relatives. IlIIhl"tinlllytl'll'gral'ltcl
: call attention/ to the card of Messrs.( ; They were 11111.1:. --,--------- -- -

K.: T,. Palmer t (!4)., wholesale fruit dealersof for !:, Ml[} -. w. COCKUKM., JNO. T. WAI.KKU.:

llaltlmore\ )((11. The references of the" IVo tSeneral Sltl"nlH. fart of rernaitdlna. WALTEU n. YA'lF:9.!
firm sudlciently indicate that the house is nreliable (; : Sanford, whose cnergeticnnd pub 1llC.lt WATER.
Saturday, O27....... 3UU.: : ( M. 3-11'. M. : WALKEi it YATES: ,
attention/ the Interests of
lic-spirit to : our C.UCKmL1"
one. _.._ Sunday, 2S...... .4:1.: ,tiI"::!!) IIEFEKKXCEH : I
-- -- --- -
State are deserving of nil praise, calfs attention Monday[ i.'!.I.) ..... o:12: : fl.:17Tuesday o (CoeKmt.I.W.f.KI.U: Jacksonville)
t. The 1:0lllo..t IloUl.s in the Jacksonville pnpersIii theim- :31).11:07\ : 11:14):: Hcv. O. P. Thackara, 1.'ernIIH1in.FII.

The Messrs, "
, the Mgmont: on Wednesday next, the 1st of Service of frost Indications. An 2...... 7::17" 8:20::!I' Mr.( C. )r. Ilenm, St.: Augutine, Fla. ,
arrangement "
i December. They are putting the house in has! been made for communicating Fridav, 15...... J<:o2 JtilllKSTKlir.l : (v3-l-2m) I-T.HNANDINA, ]<'1\.

perfect order and with their' wl'lleltnblillll'lt promptly to the sugar and fruit. distracts: in -- '
I all that : ). Clerk of the Circuit ( "urt.
reputation/ will malus the Kgmont: Ijouisiana! the movement (cold thermomet- Olltce adjoining
Nov. ::'I-"kh. Northern Light.; llo.New
desired In tho Wlof comfort.OJJIcc.
can Heal changes, which are likely to reach andnllect York. WAI.TEU 11. YATIN: Notary 1'ublic. fit 4t
-- -
1 New ( the interests sugar producers. With. Nov. 21-S. I'. St. John<<, Vogel, Charles- --- -- ---- ------- -

,I The Transit road I is about erecting/ near a vnrningoftweet.fourtoforty-eight hours t tau Nov. '..>:>-.' dl. Stephen\ Rcnnc.lt. Devcraux, o. s. OAKIS: ,
the cane can he rapidly cut and windrowedand
offices cilices for Ikmf'ort.Xov. .
their principal some new HUILDER,
a; the agents of Mallory's( Line! and the freight much (loss! saved It is equally: important 21-S. S. Western Texas Mines, New- pOXTRACTOU, ] AND

road. Tho business of to our fruit-grutvers to anticipate these York. MAXfFACTVRESMOFLDINGS. t
of I
department : Charles-!
John Vogel
Nov. :2."i! -S. 1'. St. ,
,Y t the Transit road has increased t to such an extent sudden and severe change" of temperature.Piles toii. UP.ACKETS: : SAWED .1X1)t 1:
demand fur their principal of green wood can be arranged in and CI.K UKIl.Nov. NEWELS:
us to more room TriJXED HALl'STEUS( : : ,
!) nUll'l'1IIn the building which they occupy. near orange groves, and prepared fur making :20-Seh. Dora M.( French French, STAHl RAH-M.: WOOD KAVKSTROV : :: -

Yf: a dense Mnoke, which may: save an entire New York. ___ .__ ______ fruit crop Tender Fund valuable ('XotlC1l1'nll Nov. 22-S. !'. St.: Johns.! Vogcl, Charleston. WEATHERBOARD-:
\ I NG AX i 11 FLOOR
TAe 11'raf/irr. be sheltered, and early or 1l'lIlkr'cgetahll'R Nov. 21-Rrig Goo. S. Berry, Howard, Cure ING. .

The weather has been very stormy and variable can hejenred for. (icneralanfordgenerously r.rnnsvviek.Nov.! Ague

during tho week. Tho morning! of oilers to defray' one-twentieth pnrt of the expense. IS!-Rrh'; Aineriean, Union Collins, Stair and C'lmroli AVork

'' Sunday win pleasant but In the afternoon There should no delay in l'arr'illgIntol'l1'cd Philadelphia. I", n purely vegetable! bitter and lowcr.' A SPECIALTY.
Nov. 2iJ;-S. P. St. Johns, Vogel.; Charles ful tonic and i is warranted a !lpecc
j a rain storm set in and continued until Monday his suggestion.e! ton. certain cure for Fever and ARIIP, Chills DOORS AN-fl\ WINDOW) FRAM1W:

when it.was followed by n northeast Nov. -S. S.1Vestern'1'extw, tines, New and lever, Intermittent or Chill Fever OF ALL SIZES.::

storm, which lasted until Thursday.! OnThursday )('(}" (' of Cold. York. Iteniittent Fever, Dumb Ague, Post Office Box 174.

night and Friday morning heavy The iSim/iiml Tribune' mentions that t the CLK:VUEO FRo)M: ESULIsI! 1VUTS FOR FEttXXPIX malarial Periodical disorders.or Ilillons In Fever miasmatic: and districts all jan4 Fernandina, Fla.

fog prevailed, but cleared up early In the temperature was down to forty-four degreeson Hark Jason! (t\or.1'alltksen) at Gloucester. the rapid; 'pulse, coated tongue: thirst,
have mild and the 14th nt '1'nlllplThl'4 would M-cm to Oetoher U. lassitude, loss of appetite, pain in the backand JA.IIIS 1ieG11'FiN. .
day, anti at this writing\ we in Hark Kong ): Terre (Nor.), Olsen, LiveriHiol loins and coldness! of the spine and
indicate that the differences temperatureiu
pleasant weather. sailed Oetnlier 7. extremities are only premonitions of AND nUll. D K R,
"'0 have made arrangements to publish different portions of the peninsula are : Hark Ravcn-dille (Hr.), Hugh. Swansea, severer :I"lUptOIlwil'h terminate in the CONTRACTOR

1I I- j weekly observations of the temperature etc. very small. .\ very Might white frost was I I !sailed September! 7 via St. Vincent.j! asjuu puXl1"l''l: ; f'cle(1 by high fever Alachua :Street: between Second and Third,
i readersespecially nil that was discernable: here at the date refart Hark Usko (Rus,), Hcrtin, Liverpool5811e1 nnd profuse jwrspiration.
which"wilt interest to
of our
obervations October l.'J.: It Is a startling: fact, that quinine arsenic FERNANDINA, FLA. VOrders
to. \\\ are :
r Northern visitors.Ftnr ix POET and other IHUSOUOUS! minerals, form tinbasis \
/ that the frost line north of latitude of tho Fever and Agin:
----- of most nt\llltimat01; from a distance: carefully -
Oi'anIcx. U7 depends upon local causes more thai Schooner Rent R. Drury.Schooner Preparations" "Specifics," "Svrurn," any attended to. :2otfFertilizer
A. 1:1ltopcr.Scha11uer .
"Tonics, in the market. The preparatitnis
We luivo seen some oranges, the t growth of anything l'11l''l\ have seen the guava un Anita. made from these mineral poisons] --- --- -- ---- --

the present season, produced in this neighborhood jured nt Fernandina when it was frozen Sdn'onerllott'arti.1. Hunt. although they are palatable, and may' *.
t :Schooner U. II. Fo.-ter.: break the chill do not cure, but leave tin
which) seemed) to quite equal nt Welaka, and we have: seen orange treebadly :
Schooner Northern Light. malarial and their drug ii
own :; Poison
I I any produced in any portion of the State. injured at tho foot of a hill in Marioicounty Schooner Stephen Rcnnctt.Rrig the system, producing quinism, dizziness J. X. KOICSOX *V; SOX,

1, They were raided by 11(r. O'Neill, who live;,; when they were not hurt on the top I.thertymcrltun..) ringing: in the (cars headache, vertigo: and
\ .. W of Hark Libertas, (German.) other disorders more formidable than tindisease "
on the 1I1InlI11oppollte to thl't < of the hill.\ Probably certain degree exposure -

see no reason why our'nl'lmt lots in Fer In the winter hardenslhem and gives AYFK'S Ann they: Cum were thoroughly intended eradicates to cure I i Commission. 3IcrcIiantsCHARLESTON I I-

t IIluliltnrc not all planted in orange trees. them greater jniwer to endure sunneii coldAn Fernandina Market.CORKKCTKUWEEKLY these noxious poisons from the system,. .

t Thirty orange trees on n halfacrclot will,nt insular, or peninsular, Io..ition nppenr tc : BY WM. I.VWTEY. and always cures the severest cases.thin It S. ('.,
contains no quinine, mineral or any ;
........ 40]}
of iWO oranges of water adjacentis Spirits Turpentine, per gal. 40Q>
fifteen years age, produce give protection if the body 05 1 2'\ that could injure the most delicate pa

r glvlug'nt two cents a piece, nn income 01'. considerable. Too much protection by surrounding Tar Ho .in.l'olllm.oll.I'l'r........................."hl..l.........none I in market( tieiit certainty; and its to crowning cure, is:; that excellence it 1l'1\"es'the, aboveIts GONF1NINO themselves strictly to their

four.hundred c1c>l1lr.lllt'r year. .\ large population hammock growth renders the tree; Crude Tur|'entine............ ...)none in market system as free from disease as before the tness! respectfully solicit con-
could be supported by the produc likely to commence growth nt too early Cotton-Sea hlanlin the seed... 41 (!:!. 5 I attack. Sigulnlents.t .

of tho orange alone period, so that the sap beginning) rise am'produce - -- -- For Liver Complaints AVER'S Acre -
--.----. ------ tender shoots they succumb minor J'ernandlna Itctall Market.r Crag, by direct action on the liver and -+
JUsIOIlt'f', biliary apparatus, drives out tho i oisons t FERTiLIZEItS.
I a readily to even a moderate degree of cold. LOU It, FEED, ETC. which l'rooll'ctilt'S" complaints and stimulates .
The Wtttern Tar arrived here. on Tuesday --- -- Flour. per Kirrvl....................N<> .V.10 .VA the system to vigorous, healthy -t- --.w.a-

nfil'rUl)1with a full freight and pa>sen. rant Mall.A "1\I. ;per barrel..... ................. (!> 4 \Mltrots } condition.We .
this (1h,1'II.ohmgtun ; JIT barrel........... ........... ( 1 filer.list of consignees for city nnll1'hlN.'S special to the Savannah Vies" = j ter pound..................... ')1t. 11:!] i I directions.warrant it for over twenty years, and we have cndeavj
on the St. Marys : \\ November 21, says: : .as the? 1 Ul ll.on. per p6Ulld.................... IIH'! 11 I oriel to furnish our planting 1 friends a PURK
I hnt
'I''rnandiaa-yEloirn it lloyt, A 11 Noyes, general dispatches inform you, the mail South' (\lrn. per bushel..................... 7.>(i, N') Dr. J. C. & Co. .ARTICLE and their continued. patronage is
Dottercr J t T hM.N'"ll'1 & Uro.Angel ., last I to have the benefit of jfa..t !ser, Rice, ]>er pound...................... 7K-' Prepared by Ayer our best indorsement.Ve are prepared to
vice. The dUlerent railroads have coma hotter, 1"Ulll1.................... :l.i'I.I.>) Practical and Analytical Chemists. till orders for all kinds of Fertilizers together
) it Friend, Mrs Clarke! Male Hros., reasonable terms for carrying; the cars, anti Land per JH.T ixmnd..................... 11(1)) 1- .I with our Cotton and Corn Fertilizer and

A II Mode, 0 II Huot, U IWtel, Hobein, Superintendent Thompson t.Hlgln' me, play, per 100 pounds................ 1 2.>( the following as directly! interesting to Sa 14(1 SOLO BT AU UCOOIST* EVERYWHERE. N. ROHSON: SON,
100lhs 1 .T0.6;
O Stark, J A Acosta, J C Head Transit H K, limn and Middlings, l11.'r .
"l1IIIIah : Potatoes, barrel.................. 2 75fe 'S 2.!oi 1 ---- Oi Charleston S. C.i
P ,t H Win Lawtey Dr J .\ CloudeR. : tnilwill leave Boston at l leer
Procter "The fast mail ".
ChbI'hOi, in good order 4 2.V.J.! 4 ;11' Stale of Florida \asuu Count j.BY
W Wright, P I Courier, (? W Lewis, Ii n 0 p. in., New York, 4:3.: n. m., Washington Fair to good............ 3 501 foalIbr VIUTUKof execution is"u'tnut (.otTl, > v- (
Tangueney, Florida T I Co. Mr( Fisher, J1I1'f:4'l1tt at 11 a. m., Richmond 3 1'. in', and arrive! of the Circuit Court Fourth Judicial ,IIJS.

e ut Charleston nt 0:15: u. m. and Savannah at I in and for Nassau County, Florida ....................................... .......... ...
U 'tls.t Son three I Circuit :
the JloUdays.Fancy
; 11 n. m. For the next two, probably .
JVrry-KiuwcU Norlleet. J M JUn weeks the train will arrive at Savannah a" upon judgment; rendered on the 24th day !
I J King 12:40 m.O'r that time at Goods and Noveltle. of'l'rH, IN1:*), in a certain suit, iu favor 6l r .. .,ur nTII.IZIn:\, ..
MeCulIy Co J l: Davis Bro at present, ut : p .
>, W W 11 a. in. Trains will 'Jx> daily from New Carriages, the plaintiff and against; the defendant, in ....:........... ..................................................
&. .V.iry.-J W Thompson, A C Wright, York and ,1\i1rl''l't Sundayfrom Has- Ililiy which Milt W. 11. C. Duryee wI'Ilintitl'

Mrs J Kinstein, Fox it Hums, Hamilton tun. ,Arrangements have note : been made : Velocipedes, and 1>. )[. Hammond defendant have levied IS TIn BESTrpIIING
and will sell, before the CourtHouedoor -
SimpsonV .\ White it 0..'. for Jacksonville Imlllnts Vest of Savannah Umbrellas anc1l'an\ools. upon .
in Fernandina I\"mll'tunt
) toad for the the fart mail will ) ,
,F 1rjIII.clQ'k-J Lynch.IhxxenUer. practically; stop at Savannah."Colonel THE. L LEWISftVtf on the tint Monday in PeccmWr, 18'0. for 1"1.1.nUE.. S-it Ix-in-:

-- Thoui to Charleston' hthwnul' New York. heingthe ixtll\1\\'of'-li,1 month, within thelegal _L not only tl>erfect plant food but will
Ei ,
4e 3
J.iat. Savannah and JaekStnal'ille immediately : hours of'1 said ""ale dav, to the higher keep all insects at a respectful distance.
New. this fast service -- --- bidder for cash lots 2, 3 and 4, in block 33, i For sale in small ..
Per btcuntehip M'rttern TrJMs from after the inauguration) of on wholesale and retaildruggists I any quantity large or
yi dctailsantl V\s :STONE it CROSBY: City of Fernandina. ).>" \'t"l'on as theprotHrty and countryonlers delivered"FREE
23 Mrs Schumacher am'\ Novemherth, to perfect all the We have sold on
York, November : Toledo, Olu'o. say: of D. M. Hammond. l'3rS.
The boats TRY IT
infant, Mrs H I-eavey, Mrs S CJ Webb, T J to make any under changes which necessary.the !service it established appropriation large quantities of the Excel-ior:. Kidney PKTKU CONK, or Vegetable GOULD growers A CO.. \

1 t Fuller, Mrs Hl'O W Stiller and kUl' V IWsco : will expire June StHh next Necessary lad, and with would weak n'l'Omml.'n.ull kidneys to try IH.TMJIIStroubUM it.&e .- rYrnandina Sheriff of}November Nassau: County 0,, INc Florida>. '. 61 3m t1 W. Ray St.. Jacksonville' ; Fla.
be made to continue, it as --- --- ----
1Nellis should
Uwuck J
Clark W Head, F 1. Ten efforts AJrt. '
F Mrs J l: McGregor and tw i children,, it ,\will doubtless prove of great InMietit tothe -- -- -- "TII.'OX> anUS A ('0.,
8 onto." llriek, ; Hook and I
Hamiuel Import and Dealers in
Mrs H Schroi-ller and son, Goo ,, Lime : ;
the mail will he ,
--- -
Hy the above : -- -- ----
Wm Gallagher C H Billings, Miss M Hurst,, Cement, --
brought from New York to Charleston in OK ACT. I> Ki: e -
11 K Sanson, J H tahncr, W 11 } ,terbrook,, The .*. Plaster. \I t t
hours. Hair.
mlont..hstf. .
twenty-five : C2VAXOS
Wliolifsd-' l lU-tail. l
Mr and Mrs P FDay '
Olio Smith J U Uogcrs, .
JuAn could bring it here in twehehour, AT SIXBORX A ) I I. I
I'aris Gilkey, J A RUdwin Mrs M 1 1 1a ) }-- --_ .. .
making thirt '-..oe"l'n undone-half. hours. H STATIOXintV: --
Herrick. F: del Pino, I* del Kno, Miss, A del it would 1rcautf't1 Once: BOOKS

.Pino Miss i M Kagan, .\ Newton, II Manrer,,, Put, by new railroad Jacksonville York ;3I 3 barrels Florida Syrup. Ami MUSIC X o. 14H RAY SIKEET.Savannah : .
reach there in forty hours from New ,
A V Denton Miss :)}() bushel* Seed .
Muesel Win ;l'tni. Potatoes.A.
E ,
:l; less than three days. If bent via Savannah B. No YES.
I"'nknI Hrickfonl, James Stiles,ChoiTaylor 50 WE.JT BOY SIKET
it could} reach Fentaiuliua in -
to Hrt\fiswick ----- ----- - Keep constantly on hand a good supply of
Mrs I/ Heron Drurj",Mrs L M Woodquad \
their celebrateilJMTMASIPULVTED
in .ldrertisemcnts.OR.ISGE .
forty hours and Jacksonville fortyonehours Xe"o !
two children Mrs I Wood, Miss M A - JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.S1 .
the -
tiUb ---
and about the same )
t ? \Vood, John Yedder, John Xonch, NNonch: ,. 1SOXF.S.N GUANO.-5.

Johnnot.t, W H J nl'tn Adler H VM W 4)'CIHl"IU't.-- -- --- Nothing better can be had for fall and win

Grimes J H Wt\oeter\Ii M llegi'mlmrg, LM of Letters iN WOOD AND likM'S.I ter crops. Price FIVE DOLLARS PERRAG.
FOR ORANGE nox .r 'hoot Rooks a Speetally.-t ,,P FIFTY DOLLARS PER TON,
t Mrs .\ Liehn, L K Thoml\son, U K,Towns, Remaining in the Post-Office Femandina, for sale at 'en\sl\l\ina by -V-1- railroad or steamer at \"annaJl.8enel .

T 1' Warmboldt, E Imo rie, Wm Lowrie,MrsJ Nassau county. } 1L. November 2t\ lS'O. l'O-U 1', 1' BISh01'Gardeners CLARKS, I for circular giving certificates, etc.

G CUflbrd and !!(IIT Shaw P .\ Brown, for thee letters must advert -.- -- "T"LL'7
l\'N'ls calling say """ t '.. ,.\N to J. M. Coo \ 'r & Co.,)

4rs lliillis Scott, W C Peters Q Singleton, Ised: I IIII PEVLTE? IXif : Legal Ad' ertistements.
Davis (' jt. U. W., Market
h.Waws' Bryant Ashberiy, ,
---- --- School and )1Itf'lJaut'ou"fiI
Golden, Williams, Maxwell. John S. I State or Florida, Xassau Countj.
: l'dtal.I'I&1t' Fannie BUY D. M. FERRY & Co.'sSlil 010 1[. V. RUNCKLKY : IX
Shortly alter the HVrfm JVjui arrive, at )Miller .\t x., Holley. I I I U... l : You are hereby notified that a writ of

.., her .dock on Tuesday erenlng about hall Jiles Elba, IVnneyfeather.Kebee'aSmith xV "i attachment has been issued against you wedyour

post MX o'clock:, one other po* ongvrs, Mr. LJuda Whitmore, J. I... i IaI'IS I 1 HOOKS : r HOOKS : proi-eny attache.1 satisfy the'deuuuid
\ IEl I IEI!tor.l IDI or Clarence C- \\ l1
Wilson Isabella. 3ms. amounting to $S.-
v /
J. E"u" went forward to Ida rtate roivnou 1 I .. .. (). (.}. Now unless You hall lforeJ.
Sant. T IIIPPEU: P. M. ijy\ f appear
the hurricane deck of the liMp to get -- A.. EUernumn. a Justice of the Peace in

overcoat jurt-jviratory" to going ou wore witha To Logg r& t For sal by deafer throughout Florid: and for Kiid County, at hU office at Fernau-

l>, rt) Although bU room was: on the pout .\ few Mule or Ox Teams are "'lintto Catalogue tad price list tree So) *B ppBcnU.OU STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS OF dina 10 'dllil'On"the a. m.4th. judgment day of I will mber.be rendered W, at

$de of the vessel Ue feema to have gone forirr4 haul logs at Button, Florida. Apply to W. 4JrNs A U. fn&t t ro.. Detroit rie1. ALL KINDS, aaint you.

('ro:1tbe dining cahin on the other Ude, I 1'. GifTonl. Cor. Cong ess and St. Julian ?ts. Dated this 1st day of October. l*>,0. .

Tti0 hatch had jut Uvn. rvinoved and the Joux LN"lK.l J PUIXTlNrt, iu every nyle. and at CL.VRENCK: C. WILLIAM
MIKJWS office
at the Satanuah Georgia. G1-tJ
iSSwlorewasontheiuaiudeck.: There was ) tttw, I'M.. V.r.10, i- the lowest nt<>, 1'lsintiftr: