Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: January 1, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
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notis - AKP5868
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System ID: UF00054505:00097
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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r.lt' STATK 1'1I ir.s.Ctay. Judge 1.1:. \ mn1im's law oilier was: burned, I I TJIK: (7IKI.sr.1MS HOLin.ll'S{ ..1V'1)i I planter, staking large crops of r"ttu! i. u rn, Thi"l\tiOI of tho gl'II'rl.I"IV:: of o irsi

I but his books and faPPts11'et'e'58Vl: : : ; noinsuranco. inur ir.ts noxi Aitorr oat, :sugar, :syrup and l "tittaCM: At some i
: : The McCall hoarding-house was I riAt\isriLu:. future time, will give you a description of change in the :South:of sentiment which t taken; place j

A. 11. Moss[ : from lluntsville, Alabama 1 also burned, but, the furniture -\\11", saved) ; | 'I'n Ihr tolitoi-nfthc! Mirror: his plantation and his: management.In : ; mentioned. Dueling In regard! which to the wa utletc's+ at above time

arrived here 'e tcrday, accompanied by nearly no i insurance. The attire of the /:1'1'1'IICW"plpl'r 1 The season of joy and festivity in the cy- the! afternoon. Dr. Uacoii: gave/ a five lot only countenanced, hut generally 01H ar-|
J' I twenty person*, old and. young! drivinglive proved of as: the fairest tnort i
: i is a total loss! ; no insurance.: do of time has come to ns again, and making matinee at I Sopor': ) : Hall, in (ClII> iineville. t for of settling diflloulties 111\:11'1111
hundred sucltpar- 10.h'
tennis. 'rehlpl one The cause: of the lire i is unknown, but it i is I ready for the holiday the businessthoroughfares the entertainment of the white ,children amid man: has into di"rcputc 1'h\I(11 both man
ties will in the coming !see our lam ro\\1 \
year supposed to. have ul'i illah',1 from :stove in I I of Onincl''jJll''l'rl' crowded and at night exhibited for j.I'OWIIIIII.1 young account of the farcical naturoofor.oli.ilf the

with just such eyes: as these: men see it, and the store. The total loss: i is estimated at &:!,- all the week with teams and carts and the people, charging an admittance fee, the duel fought of laic year*, and tIll murderon
) proceeds
consider it,as Mr.Thnddcus[ Iayidseepresscd circumstances whilh have attended, thl'othl'r
500. t'ltinu. business marts thronged with purchaser* to
t"i be applied' to pun-basing a libraryfor
) ) half, while
to ns yesterday, "The best land that ran hi Gnilstlcn. carrying 11' (rotireakdweapons
supply the hundred* of :Santa t'laus' who has led,
This the children laudable act. Iris elbrtsw''re to so many sickening and
and settle .
found! andcumc it11'
TIIK. Mr. PI.K\\XT: : COTTON( : MIM.S AT \\'olllllIIake thousands: \ of happy soul* on appreciated! by a large and intelligentaudience. r"'I1ir I'4II:< as to t: justly render) the

,. .wa an unbiased! voluntary expression on 11'unl1'ui: '-'u:m n\T: .1TTUVmxr": V Christmas morning. 1.'riotl1\" lovely Although 'the Doctor) is : tllll 1,10rlC, stringency 1.1' the lrrnluserl
his part for he is not interested in the land an amateur I ailt tlth prai ti'ces !i, .south
Srcx'Ks'e :saw on exhibition jostordaysome : ; 11.lr.l\'igllt :o.ulI..hhll'llIll11'111.\ with happy he i is and the
master '
to the amount of dollar but, has a keen a magician; wonder ('II'IIIII1hltlal : is! detcrm'tied,I to put
one sliver. carded by the 11 It. Pleasant cotton people anticipating u brimful I of enjoyment.Christmas was- 111\1 upon thl'l and, crush

eye to detect the beautiful' : in nature, and mills 1'1'011.lirt seed (cottim, at the rate morning i was echoed l in amid 1 tll'l out forever within her border*.--.'-lr-
discern actual worth. ft..J. M. Moss[ : : from Not that his thing were rich or rare, I, AVlCX.T .
of twenty-five pounds of lint per hour, or the "Anvil Chorus" and a gentle .!lII1'1'.1' 1/11 .
Hilt how (the 111'\'ildiI'hl', them there
the same place arrived[ on to-day's: boat, gel ;
22":! > pounds: of lint per day 'i ten hours Amember tea IN rejoicing this: mild and pleasant dayover
from below, accompanied as he bysome for I those who most 1II' .VnrMtltor Set tlem.
says were I'r'lIl1t'I'rl' unable .
I' of the company informs us that the 'the birth of the baby Emmanuel'the:
1il'll'l'lIor And soon detect his trick. b the : mtNor Florida Mlm : )
now as to The little
: twenty. mills will be in full blast: :snot We are :Saviour;: of :Soul: *. Peal after peal cehocd to boys
a* he gets little rest; lor he says moving is I who asUtt l him )performed; partscry PKUX,\xinx \, Decombcr'Jtl: tvvil. jInn
anvils impromptu
much. gratified to kilOthat this enterprisewill : the report lit'II 1101.1'1lr more
awfully tiresome, work::> on the ridge will prove success.' : Our county needs enterprise cannon: for the occasion, reverberating well, and I if the Doctor, doe* not look out, my arrival 1'\1 the Northwest a Ii\

commence with a vim, and he pushed to an they will lay him in the closet turn Kip Van day: ago I failed to give you, :11 you requested -
in this direction' and this through the salute
: : we hope :: space returned : IIt'l
for here have IlIl'n'ho the result of my rip( l'i .securingimmigrants
accomplishment, we Winkle snoo/e. or spirit' him away to a Santa
IIHumflC'tllril1g'I'lItlll'l': will encourage others our sister villages: then the bang: of hundreds
made it all their lives to I (Clans Ilnll-"III I or '..
have point burn
a 1:1111I1'I a IIItl.
I to do liketvi"c. It'tlll'l'e is profit in the of guns, and pops of ,Chinese firecrackers
in earnest.:; -The orange grove belonging i' manufacture of cotton we can :see no good from every boy who could raise I I have 'told you chiefly of what we have. I found tho \\'lntlr'r n-vi.ro, and wa
Mrs. J.. 8. at Magnolia which compelled to cut shurt'timy intended operations
to Houghton, reason: why such prnlit I-hlllll.ll1ot be gathered dime nod a box of matches or a cigar :stump. I loin ; now I will tell voii of'hllt we are
the is in of J. ( t : My I (t.> visit[ certain
charge J.Thomp I IIldhlllllll,1'l'l
present year l by the fa I'll 1 l'l'oI11,1: business: men of Many[ complaint t* have been entered against going! to have You newspaper: men are

:son, i is one of the most: thriving we have the South. T. J. Davis: A: Co. are entitled to the Dominican and old Topknots! for their always so Indiscreet : like old Mr*. !Parting- cities: and trl; 111.1 of friends: to our
(GiO and lemon :Stale; ; give (to them all possible Information,
visited.: Thcn'Ire orange the credit of putting the ball in motion, and. parsimonious supply of eggs! but Christmas ton when I Ike gave her a secret to keep) she

: trees iiitllegrove, only one of which, however we hope now to see it roll on, gathering morning they 1':11I11'I: )! like :splendid kept it-yes, kept it /going. This is confi Irilh'lllll verbal ; get one "r more to visit ;

, bore this !>il'Uson.llllll from that there force and momentum, until every lock of hens and disgorged profusely, from the 1It'IItinl.'i:
were taken 2,000 oranges: and the best flavored cotton! raised: in the countyill be' manufactured abundance of cgg-nogg seru-d," up; even Peter presides: over (he Arlington, is going to give return and verify my statement<. it iII

fruit we have ever taste i. There are into thread or cloth. 1 before it leaves Oliver's usually pale countenance flushed: one of the most: fashionable; and elegantNewYear's the confidence II' the entire community,

one hundred trees in the grove coming into I the county. Let our o\\n l'l'ol'h'IHI\'I'' tlllI and grew a hl' g'htcr'I'll as he, tipped and : : balls' : and :supper of the season, and every 11\lltl'n'1-t.l becomes' n worker

bloom, and the prospect; is fair that in a few I benctitand advantage of all the profits bo tipped again, and pronounced it ";ooi>, at his and invites: all of his friends, to dance and in our behalf.. During my last trip 1 visited

years the grove will yield its owner a handsome I derived from the manufacture ul'1I1I thccotton I I auction mart. sup with him especially[ newspaper: men ;; "I'n'rlllcloilt!and brought with mo nlulI.'r
There also in the persons Will will possibly remain
revenue. nurseryJ20 be hand. ot
they pl'Olll1'I'-IlI'mltl. Ere 'twav noon the tears were dried ; theclouds so on
trees all we believe budded, and ; t here permanently. C Others will passupleasant
young Man roe had passed and t the li'cII' mint UI'Cgrt'W Very truly yours,

ready to be added to the grove. :Several: hundred bright, which h'll111 l \ to believe :she FI.I.IX: M\vnruv.I winter Ilcll.tllrllllf. A. number
seedlings are yearly being budded and Mr. KWIIII: of Miami[ \\'ill"Ol1tl'1-t' till :eat ) who could not get ready to canto with
had taken trip with Pete from the glow of
added to this already large grove. Mrs.[ I of Dr. !Porter.'ln' the' ensuing II' i.llItl\l'I"- her sunshiny brightness., SJI'Ill.I.\'U IllWUU.llS S1'11 the party have arrived since, mid others will

Houghton hlIL beautiful location and I :Steamship: : Ailiniml i is: doing a good business: CAKOLIXA.Our be here the coming week Each: satisfudsettler

when she builds there, as: we learn she intends : with passengers: to and from Havana.-.\II One round of hilarity and rejoicing at all sister state across: the river has made or happy visitor becomes ai: efllcieiitimmigration

doing at no distant day, she will havea island adjoining the mainland), known as the private residences 1I11111'1I111il' place' told[ till her mind\ t for;, rl'l'rllllIlIcI, : is rcmovim? agent among hit rime of acquaintances -

': charming and attractive! home.The Dismal: Key, has changed its name to Pair- that: everybody bad abandoned[ themselvesto ancient landmarks with unsparing Jaal" and every linden* thin formed
rtrccn Cove fyriiiy. field, and i i" furnishing: us with line sugarcane pleasure and, enjoyment As the daywore This determination Is conspicuously shown becomes I source III'l'II't 11 t supply Those
in the manner in which she Is handling) (liequestions
the The coloredmasqueraders
. 11 it vat. fruit and vegetables.] : It i is occupied on, scene : dueling and[ carrying concealedweapons. who came: under my I immediate l'harl''I're,

by Mr.[ Higgs: and others.: -AYy.Orange. \ : on horseback paraded; : timestreets if you choose \ give their unciea ,
, In the United States court on Friday of
and dressed in tl.l'1I0..t
, wearingfalse: faces :; The act against, 11111'1i1l'hidl ha* already .rll'lnl, wife and live dll.lrl'l, Mr.: .1. D.
last: ,week, the grand jury brought eighteen \ grotesque: and ridiculous! manner, andperforming passed; the House of Iteprosentallvos meal;
2u1 daughter
r. eo.
Fuller of Altamontc who ,
Mr.[ T. I;:. re- J1'11'1.k.
indictments. IJetwee'i thirty and forty which will
; ; .
prmrnmptlypasstheFtmtteScnmiteis: :
; i the most ridiculous: and laughable [ [ :
his death falling through nn Mr*. M. Keys, MNs: Ida llabb, t 1'"rllt.lyflll ;
indictments have been presented:; so far during cently met : by nlltil''I'I: :<'JII'4 11111 Mm''* Ht.Mi: with the! most: stringent; on that !luhjl".t'e daresay
the term. The grand jury was excused open hatchway on the steamship: ; H'entern in the Union.' TIII'II\.t In question begins Washington county 11'1; Mrs, MePhctridge -
7Ar at Pla. while returning his' llui Ditr.M M uou, whose! face was as by asserting; ; that inasmuch considerable : und son, Mr. .Aqullla : ) .
/from further service until the 12th of January. .' black as! tolrh"1'olor..1 Nights* us 1'01- uncertainty\ has: heretofore+ existed[ In[
I visit: C/oiincetlcuT; ;li-o'ic"I'i\1\ll, live l'hl }Ir. L. K. Corhmn nnd
from to wns Ilr1
a :
.-The old building recently occupied could be made regard[ to the administration!! of (he law
orelaot nights \ very agreeable l
i another gentleman t whose nano I do not
Townsend store highly respected citizen of Orange county against dueling, it i"1I1'cl'1I1Iary that !Iul'lIIIlW
by Mr. I'" as: a grocery nearClark's marches "Pixie'ml' !
mill has been demolished the lie had been resident of Altamonte for music, playing' : should{ be [plainly declared and (hen it .proceeds remember I 11'11 111111 Ilt 011. Ind. ; find11r.
property : kee Doodle\ ," "Put Me in My Little. Hcd"and declare,' it "so [plainly' that tlll'rl'I'1I11 I ( 'has. Knupp and ,
and bail the good will and
having been purchased; by the Jacksonville eight years, won : overture to tint dusky damsels: : who showered bo no possihto[ : mistake IIhulIU it in future. Itpro'loIl'14 1.iJa I! f'lll
regard of his neighbors and all who knew LI\I"vll.", Ky. Ilxh'l'l In all, besides the
& Fernandina Kail road. This was one : thcir'l'l't"i' smiles the band I that whoever shall challenge:
>t on men,
of the oldest buildings in the city, and[ was him. He hll.ll\ daughter about t twelve yean another to light lit sword, [pistol' rapier, or 1.1lrt'lI.:1111'. : have settled I, others are visiting -

occupied as a grist: mill before the war.- of age and his: mother, who lived[ wit II htm. the Drum Major in particular.Tho : any other 11all I'rllll"1'111"111., or who shall and spending time winter lit or 1'.il

resident[ of latest feature In styles 1 : is the brightred accept any such dllllll'II1W111111: for, every Waldo, and have drilled Into other
Tom William formerly a :; oth'f
The annual conference of the Methodist; such utlinsetin! : conviction thereof, be' deprived
Jol'i: *copal Church will convene in the Zion Orange county, but now living on the westside rose colored hue given to the cheeks of [ of (he right; of suffrage, and\ be disabled : parts of the Slate.:: All are satNr'od hi o far:
the ebon lassie, remarked by all as becoming. ,I forever iioiu I know and will use best 1"' toget
M. E. Church, in this city, on the 3th of of )Manatee may be regarded as a suc very holding any ollice of 1"1 thll i'lto
\ cessfnliairad.. He recently went up on a Some of the wicked buck ra boys. profit or honor underfills t :state, and shall beimprisoned their friends to follow them.My r
James Warren will
January. Bishop:
pre !! in (he l penitentiary for' a h',11IIlIIt
thought. it was the :stain of poke berries, operations have 1 on
side. During) the session: of the conference two weeks: camp hunt. The firstcck he exceeding two years: at (the discretion 1"(1'luh.t I

the corner stone of the new 7.illldlnrdl killed seven bears: and, three panther The wlall'othI'.Il'clarl'll it was paint ; that was the court. And in 11"1'1111) [person: shall kill mall and I very economical M'alc. The expenses

will be laid.-Dr. Kenworthy informs us next week he bagged three' panthers: and two voted down as i impolite--women never another in any duel, or ..hallllltlkt n wound have been met by private parties
paint-and all declared tin- 1<'01'111'.1"'I'I'C or wounds 110111111)[ person In any 4h".11i0IL04 having connection with State othcials or
fine bucks. The result of the hunt foots \
that Mr. Ernest Inge-moll:; of the United up the \ or so wounilcd shall ,
[person person
their! unit the Dianas) .. I have the
:States: Fish Commission, of Washington, seven bears, six i panthers and two deer. This changing spots were thereof die within the space of six months Ilhlil'IIII. 1'1'1\.1111 ('olr-

1). 0., is in this: city. He has been detailedby is'crowdinga good deal of successful: experience acquiring them, becoming rosy cheeked on then next' following, t mat such person[ lif) (,i', I 1111.1 desire: from the nfj'.cials: of

into short time. Mr. Williams f is a an [invisible white surface. Jokes aside, killing i another, or so wounding any [person most of the line of transportation whoia
Prof. Haird, of the Smithsonian; Institute
t tsides
comments were made on the red- or [persons: whereby such (person or IK.INOIISso have had the This+, Ill'-l
to investigate: the turtle and shell fish" interest successful; hog grower. He has an excellent many wounded I shall die as aforesaid, being pleasure IfIWf.tllJ.
which he his hog! cheeked ebony' ladies as they promenaded convicted shall surfer death asin tint saving much C has Indicated) u
of this: t State-. The results: of his investigation range upon keeps stay case of I I'II"l
will be included the reports of the ing with and caring for them hinnelfi It is the street: being a new feature III the fashion wilful iii iruler." Then, lo make the law on ppirit of ('cooperation, mule my mission

to state that ho seldom plate not beard of before. Collc: )"' this subject still mine stringent, tho act further I in many respect*, a phiiaat (lilt'.
hardly :
census of 1880. The gentleman leaves for necessary provides that whoover shall boar u I
fashion editor will have to toliaincsville 1 11. H. PLACE.Waldo .
come -
St. Augustine: to-day. We trust that }persons' loses a hog from the ravages of vclrlllitmts.uOranye : challenge boa witness to n duel, or be in
the beret/ tumult, to get the latest.It .
whatsoever [
residing on the mustvitli: whom he may ( CuwtJll'plJdl'f.. any manner mixed up In such a
dillkulty, shall be forever' disabled from IIfUN.
come in contact, will aid him in every }possible : Judge Dolling linker, of Maitland. died at would have done! you good: to have holding, any ollice of trust or responsibility C Captain Doles' new two-Mory)' resblgicise'tuplcte(1uul j

manner to further his investigations.Union. .- the Poyiitz House, in Sanford I, Wednesday been at the J. K. ISfvillc plantation I in tin "state. ; ,,111I11111' imprisoned in Ihept'nItenliary I is quite an addition t to oir
on (Christmas morning and[ witnessed!!: the fora term not exceeding two
morning, the 22d: ill!>t., having returned sick year, little t .
at till discretion! of the court, ami shall be city.'the
old! -time ceremonies of the plantation !
Adam Cooper! u colored man employed as: from Enterprise: last t Hatllrl1a)'. I His remainswere I l.of canal will
fined I [ U sum not less (ban $.Vio or more than JIIIJ; tllkl hI('ullldt.tIII
rook on the scow connected with the dredge sent to his home in Maitland, where negroes, going from the quarters up to :$:!,I Ntlm. llc..idcall llmiv, it is required that a few week.

.lx>at t'httcf, was: found drowned yesterday two estimable: daughters are left to inouri! ) the big house (the. master's residence) fur ,I hcri'iilter all member of t ie general assembly : The new jfc. Knight! .1' (::,;i.
tlll'lr1..11:11 Christmas treat and presents.About and all ollicers/ now required 1 totake and !\ llillt
Coroner loss Deceased moved from Tallahassee
morning near the cemetery bridge. their great !!
situated at the Waldo of the Santa
subscribe to tho oat li prescribed 1 [III article IJ. hrllllll04
and of
: ,
m sixty
Jordan held, an inquest: over the remains at to Orange enmity three years since, negroes section a: +) of lhestate constitution shall, jir 1011111111..11 i full operation umi'1111.14! fair to

Oak's burial rooms. Prom the evidence k and is acknowledged; 1 to have been one of both sexes; from those" bowed 1 down with i addition[ theretoSulenumlyswear bat lie lias be one of the largest Industrie*, 4'1' ( kind,

appear that Cooper :started from the dredge the best: informed lawyers in the:State.; Many the weight of age, whose hair was frosted 1 I never participated in, cither as principal in, in the tlt
with time, down to the piikuninny in themother's I I or second, or in any manner whatsoever tlh'
boat about 7 o'clock evening to sincere friends here and elsewhere will
go The Peninsular road daily briiig'i set eml
IM-CII an aider! or abet ter of, U ltui'I. We
IlIId.Iwe his wife, and was! not seen alive mourn his death.&tnfurd Jnufitnl. inn' formed in procession: the i I hardly think there will be any difllculty [in orange' toaill... cj r*.
afterwards. Dr. Kenworthy, whoexamined St. .Joint men, as U their custom, in the lead, brought : construing "such a law as that, should it ever cur1"t:\ h.

the up by the women, hi their neat, tidy dresses, I bo placed 1 iqMdi (the :South Carolina statute .rt
body, which had a slight \\'oulllion the tlr.1)anie1( J. Martin returned l from his I hooks.The. The rice mill) South of ton it In full

right side of the head, was! of the opinion visit to the beach near Matanzas inlet, on and gay-colored gingham turbans, lieudcd provisions of (the (bill against: carrying bla t. ,

that the deceased was accidentally! drowned, successful in with all the musical talent on the piantati.nIh.ldiv's I concealed' weujmns) are equally a. stringent. \
Tuesday, havirtgbeen: !! recovering I The recent town ('11':101 I..dtu! [ in the
having probably fallen overboard from the banjos tambouiinci, t triangles It declare; that any one found with any
[ .
theb Niy'of ids brother-in-law ) r )Felipe' elect ion of I'
and IJI JI 1&''', to White bulks knew what it deadly vvcaixm' usually, used[ for lurl"/I'Ol'1I| of : .>
scow which was moored to the bridge at Hernandez who with his wife lost
were on M \.i\ lhs kiaum.
offence or ilofcnce. concealed I for
them. On
the time Cooper was last! seen, and in falling the {I'era ,'r,:. The body was fully identified UU1I1I'a1lt,11Il1 were lr'llIm..1 Soil shall bo either! fine I or imprisoned I IIl'r- Minimi$. J. Kennard, Jr. ''"_,

:struck the bridge or some log in the creek. and has been forwarded North. Mr. reaching the house, they marched tbsectinuNm both I, in the discretion of he court. It fur- 'rl' all Tre
The jury returned a verdict of accidentaldrowning. the fact that Ids around to Iretlte buckets of punch twrrvih1, that I )IHTNOII become; en- ( !:
Martin, notwithstanding and 1.111)1111Rwl ringing praWitto or Is convicted 1 'if as .\\ltletinen-KobcrtV.. c'ull.t."il.!) 11. luin-

.-aim und J'(t/l.. sisters remains wen buried near the shut the ctrg-"t-)5t mauler and IlIi..tl'l"Vlu'll they j I IUO.Hi. assault and[ battery, assault with in ,1'ril, T. M. (Cauthen. Peck, IP Jenkim.Some ,

Heal estate is again tending upward in where her htialiandjwa.s I disintcrrclaid the I'nt kill or of manslaughter, and/ it shall of the alcove named are
brought in front. In regular order the I t"'ltlII.J
up I the trial thut be drew
.e on
'thsi" city and vicinity. Jacksonville]] will efforts to find it on Ids part and those who proven a deadly Northern men and )jy-publicau*,
i assault
men ami I women wt'rciC'rnd with their weapon, or Cflllitt..1 l ( IutJIIl.cu
Atlanta in the and business in three at the time of burial failed to tl. 811. which) show that hI"Mfccutcd
equal were )present drink and ping of tobacco) and cakes, randies '. u weapon &'II''ul11 lei the tune of il WIM f'l n:
years. Now is the time to buy propVrty.Kvery .- lo s.i owing undoubtedly to the want oflandmarks : offence in uMitol tho punishment for for opinion's\ sake, X. .
I and toy M the women and children.After .
the crime [
: thing has been put in readiness at the and the shifting and constant : wtJltle may L convicted he
they hail drained the bucket and 1111'11 shall bo tried carrying the
rice mill, and the mill will bo running to moving of the Hand on the beach. Mr. )[ become filled with the spirit of gcxnl feeling )>n<\' (,iilkt.1) weapon! or weaiorltmand shall 1.IIJr .'WJY. TICK'.A LM \v v; for 1*.t Is! out I:. I

day. Two cargoes, containing
.,. ems: of rice, are expected here every day. The (>f his sister will yet be. found, us the (-( fur not less than three nor more the Iim.tu.tJ of he wtutimer-their
+ long life and .pro>qrity to }faN John" ami than twelve month*, with or without hard WhIIW-
0' )proprietors of (ho mill, Mes.r-. Poster, )[uc- In tbt-jvicinity of the btiich fur miles buck vcritutoIJ in 1SHO ; how |
)1i04"lloe Lizzy, ruck up their mu"!c and labor, or 11'1111 a sum of lot Ice (ban two '
fluff it Co., inform us that they have alreadycngu'ged are all deeply interested: and will use every songs, and returned to their! quarters, men Illdro [ or l fUel and imprisonedIxitb against lightning; when it !'I unsa'c tovttlt7'

O.OOO bu-heU this ";""d m.-Uuion. Kisible means to find the Is ily. Mr. Marin ; 1111.1'IJI.'U joining i in I lit chorus, whichMam at the di"'retlJ tlt judge. I will deep well, mine, etc.; how to !>u'*"# IfMroast .

J.\BGE'1-"RIo ix 3I.ui"IX'-J"L..t :Saturdaymorning speak<< in the most flattering terms of the'I rcinciulM.Tvd I that I few )'* ago .con ; cause of blight in fruit trve-2
wav : I dcnuicd! editorially too common 't
aliout o'clock, a fire broke out in eople in $Augustine and on the coast '. John ltw'ill, I jierniitting 1t'1 tlt engage in affray I.rtkefr serious much other valuable matter.. A! .." af; .

the store of Register liros in Madiaon. The where his cad duty called him, receiving: an Ills head' lebojHighhohuui.- 1 or otherwise, and who, in the difficulty, the present surptis-scs mums former lo iHripractical

*tore and cuntents'n' bllrlll 1. The stock;: he saysthe, must cordial) treatment from all, )I < ." draw (''1I1'clel weapon, to CM-upe the cams ) information. For ..trnp<4i .

wa fully I 1. covered by insurance, and the and their kind sympathies and) effort to Mu.i<%, kinging und iUnchi;l cun-titutc ,lime ..llll.lwrhut oflenc1, and of.. treating In ( i and term to the trade, send tw *ityThompwui .V

building which it-as the j'roi'erty of J. .\. assist him in completing: the object. of his. pleasures of the fla)' 'UII" nixht. with theirimrlluuutlnuer. W the South Carolina importance.1 legUlalure 1.r"I"r tM.IJI Tier & JJIIingston.A'3 puht9t ,

l'urramort''a" iiiMired for a small I'UIII. I \'I"it.-Sl J'jhui WteUy. ( : Mr.licvlllcI( isu um.>*fiil I, decal pwially with thus matter. ) Pine strict( Ht. l.uuls. >!">. !




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through the window to the shed. beneath he. his, n ------------ -
J met
nv noMEn J.AWKKXCK MAORI dropped. The to the two ground nilof the untcr- Sl\ll. own was calm and. steady, though deliberation, ;;bright thought; occurred to I use Let her t try. 0\1 t time cni of, the season

they went on to a by-lnnc, where "They arc l1". It was to leave him with the Professor let her and her patient note the abatement
t mining to .
Say not to-morrow, for were presently joined l by two other those !see me to-night of Dust IndI'IJ about directly by
to-morrow's sun boys-will ?" ( ; old! lifts, who lived in of the headache brought
boys! whom you come
May never gild the happy eastern sky; Tubbs. they greeted ns 'Brinlev nnd Not to-light-not( with them n small\ cottage in the rear of the college thc counter excblencmit of a nerve current
And it may be that said: Lu- buildings."We Let her friend admit that
ere to-day is done mar ; but I l't11' by music.
Have willcomcsomctinie
Loved ones shall you found out where he sleeps' ? and soon. carried him that hour, the
I weep and sadly watch asked Fred. Good-bye.: there, laid him on the she hassufTcred! less! during
thee die. "A door-step, knocked and been cOlllph.t'I called off front
"Yes smouldering volcano loudly, then ran mind having
l grapevine on the !second' floor ; but there's! a man, as lie watched; the said the old away ; not so far, though, hut that we saw the contemplation of a special pain, and the
Say not to-morrow for thou trellis right under it," answered form the old man off or nhntell.
cans't not rail Tubbs. I crashing through the underbrush.) come to the door, and heard a pain having meanwhile passed
r The day thine own rather made an errand to his colloquy between\ with disorders -
room and him and connected
; perform to-day So here's where the old his wife, Aunt There are cases chiefly
found fellow
The duty of to-day ; for what will all is out the lay of the land. The spring a woodchuck in his hole said lives, like Dinah, in which 'dcm there students' were of the spine, cases of >', wherc
An the Fred
i Thy promises avail if thou away is easier than right to(hand lower pane. Nothing/ as, after long tramp through f he woods Loring' he, spoken) of in no very complimentary' terms. music is also the only thing which scents to
the glass and reach : This we enjoyed and set ft co mnvocheek"Then -
and his hugely. Then
we saw them stir the torpid nerves up
From earth tn-nirrlit olinnMuf throuch._ ... companions_ ..... just, at dusk. (:'neupon lift 11 tt _..! ... .._ ... ,,___ ,_ .
-----. nose, 9 rri.lni. n toO'O /tl.. ) _1.:11"-/.1._ /.. ... .?..... ...!... m.t.- : 4l. ol t.- .n"t... fl",1.1nll'....... till_n_!
-U'N' "' .n. mil nii.ii U '"111 JlUU LIlt.:: u.c ""'''' .0
I it then no illore "Do you suppose hell resist?" asked JHIIU clearing nuout it. (house, and ucent I1Insic the shut
Of HClfI'." / And there he sits at the door away,feeling sure that,ifhe I open
i a to-morrow, for the day belongs to "No!! doubt) his evening pipe," said Hrlnle,'. !l11oklng really had fainted, the good, old; souls would gate, and let health come in that way, II cnv
he all
1Live i will if we give him a 'Velcon1, thrice welcome do that was necessary: for him. testis janitor aulca !"-rootlWord... ,
thou within the and chance, said Brinley coolly. "However if my young '"Was Lnngforth true
present, explore friends, said the hermit grit? Would he \
.The path of present duty, till the sod you to your arc getting mother.scared" you\l better go home boys coining up the well-worn, he foot saw path.the to tell me?' that in the was! the first thought that came TIlE BEGINNING OF 1)E LESSEPS'

Shall cover thy still form, and thy freed soul I'm not scared I" said HOf4.1lndipnantly Shall!:; we go within, or shall we sit here "As I was morning hurrying LUCK.
.Shall ; ; under the light of the stars?" across: the grounds: to Catholic
seek His but it's the Isabella the -
face who gave it unto thee, ns well to be prepared, and Lamar he in season for I in The Empress was
Out prayers, saw Strong
There to forever dwell while endless es roll, is no coward." which here, by all means," said one, to front of me. of the :Suez scheme. But for the Ppatushardor

.Where no to-morrow comes, but all's That remains to be proved;" said Brin Be all agreed. '"Hallo, old fellow, wait a minute!1' with which she sustained it, the Isthmus -
eternity.-Wavcrly Magazine. ley. See if he doesn't beg before we get seated, then, !said' their host, with a called Ii; and when I came with him I would still divide the Red from the
up ,
.', through with him." wave of the hand toward the asked, dropping voice Mediterranean Sea. Your head. she said
rocks :
I "Have you brought the masks? asked and stumps which surrounded his 'Is Langforth here?' (speaking of course in a figure) to Count
4 OLD BILLINGS. Fred. dwelling.the And seated thus they listened to '' Here? Haven't you heard ?' said he. Walewski, "depends on the skill you show

"I have them," said Tubbs "and story."Boys. 'I have heard in helping my cousin to cut his canal." M.
the nothing. Has he told ?
WORTH READING BY BOYS WHO THINK 1mA7.INO" cord, too, displaying the articles to his I wasn't always Old Billings. I said I. de Ixjsscps' father, who was descended from

I GOOD SPOUT. panions. com was as young and gay as you are once, and 'Langforth is dead !' said he. the architect of the Cathedral of Edinburgh; ,

No one called him anything else ; not :Mr. And now you will wonder what deed of if you'll believe it, I was called good-look Fur a moment everything seemed to was sent with Lucien Bonaparte to Madrid
nor Jo, though that ing. too. I was an only son, and had all because he been at
was his name, nor anything darkness these four youths were contemplating the whirl round, and I leant..lagainst a tree for had brought up Bayonne
t but just "Old advantages that wealth anti position and could talk ; as well as
Billings. And yet he that they should steal forth at mid i could support. Spanish: : :
was not so very old. Not older than Squire night with mask and cord ; but let me hasten them furnish. I didn't know how to prize "Strong went on, 'He was dead when French. Lucien was the first ambassador

Erskine or Parson Dale, whom no one to assure you that you are not rending a talc of though. just took thcmus a matter old :Moses: and his wife found him.; named to the Court of Charles I\. by >apo-

would have thought of calling Old Erskine of rapine nnd murder, but only of a schoolboy if course. Boys arc apt to, you know-or, Then he must have died in our hands,' leon. His mission: was to obtain the retrocession -
I ,or Old Dale. What was it, then, that made frolic'; at least so they considered it.- As you don't know now, you will by and by. said I. of Louisiana, which LouisV.. had allowed -
the difference? Perhaps it was partly that Not to be{behind certain higher institutions a rule, whether most what they have Yes.' to from his hands. M. de Los-

Jhcse latter gentlemen wore fine broadcloth they were about to haze a new student who, to fight for, it's liberty, wealth or "The doctors said he died of heart ,disease sells, the elder, went about always with him,
and immaculate linen while the hero of had had the misfortune to render himself education, and that, I take it, is why so the shock of the water killed him. So here; and was the soul of his diplomacy. The

''this sketch wore trousers of tow-bagging, unpopular, by keeping aloof from his fel ents.many of our great men come of poor par was murder added .to burglary and assault New Orleans ufTair brought him into rela-

and no linen to speak of; but still more, 10w- tl1dents, which. they chose to attribute i and battery tion with the United States consuls, the

1 something_ which makes us couple the t)re- tfi pride and fanc 'lhnl1l'riort". r ..,:'I.., .never.... _L had____ any. difficulty_ in keeping.up \l'l19 liothill! done about. it?" nskcul__ _._ most intelligent. of whom was Mr. Kirkpat-_
fex old wiiit or "They he -fen ,i' : uii my l:1U1'jC: <, Jl'call 1 1/lrn'IJ caHilv ; Brin ley. n n. n rick, who was in business aiLcsieps Ialagn u. de
say Spaniard said Brin-
who! but I never led then:. The fellows who ded. nnd assistedby
thereby any man has no fixed relations ley. I Yes, there was an investigation, but it proceeded to that town, ,
to and and my companions called prigs' and amounted i Kirkpatrick, who like himself, was of
society, cannot give satisfactory account He may be of Spanish descent but he 'book- to nothing. It would<< not have
of himself. hails from Georgia," said Fred. vorns, and 'edamts' :My: ambition been to the credit of tho institution to find Scotch origin-but less remotely studied the
His first lay in a different direction, and 15(1(11 us of resources of Andalusia and the political con
api>earance in Dalton was after He's black enough to be of African de- achieved guilty murder and besides, we were
this wise ; in the dress which I have described scent. said Tubbs. the distinction' of being leader I allgentlcmiien'ssons. So it was passed light dition of the south of Spain. They were

he onc'day mado his way through "And ugly enough to be the missing among the fast' men of the college. If the ly over, or spoken] of as a, boyish: frolic which drawn closer together by a romantic i affair

the crowd of loungers in :Mr.: Burnnbce's link," said lloss, at which there faculty awoke some morning to find their terminated an unexpected) manner. Lang- which sprang up. A notable of the province -
store and asked for codfish and crackers, laugh."Come was ft general gates off the hinges, if the undertaker's sign! forth's mother died soon after. He was her Senor Jrcvigny, had two very pretty

Mr. Barnabcc looked at him sharply, not to boys, this will never do," said was in found the over the doctor's olllce, or a jackass only son, and she was: a widow. Thus the daughters, with one of whom the consul fell
chapel desk, I was at once suspected madman scattereth in love. The French diplomat became
say superciliously, and said : Brinley "it will bo firebrands arrows and
; before
You can pay, I suppose? know it, Now for the morning modus we! ) \ of being' at the bottom of the mischief death, and saith Am I not in sport ?' enamored of the youngest, and as Lucien
For answer the threw operand and usually with reason. That was a "And now, hoya, know Bonaparte was in high favor at the Court or1aelrul
strange man a half- 'Having got into the room and tied him fast you one reason
part of the curriculum in which I was thor- why it is that 1 her father allowed her to M.dc r.
dollar on the counter, Mr. Burnabee tossed what arc we to do with him ?" am what I am. I escaped) marry
it once or twice and it Look tlughly'ersel.. Then there were our clubs the law, but a retribution worse than the whom she went to reside i in
up finding like here fellows I've where
rang said
ft plan;
genuine coin, furnished him the desired Fred. Don't let's hurt him : and ourconvivial meetings, harmless! enough law has power to indict has followed me. Paris, in 1N)4) shega\e birth to Fer
articles but
; set to begin with, but know what dinand. Her eldest sister became
you Burns The continued brooding << : Mrs. Kirk-
remarking that it was a pleasant day. him up in the arm chair, and dress him for in his 'Address of over Langforth's
says the Unco' iuid death patrick, and the mother of the Contesse de
"Ay, you call it pleasant because the sun an old woman. I've brought graI1l1I11a's'up : unsettled} me, 1 suppose, for my !
shines but Sec social' JI'all1I1M/ not been wholly right for Montijo, who was drawn by her de Lessens
I' suppose:: it never rained ; what and spectacles.! life and glee sit down, many
then? All days are alike to the wise I" "Too tame," said Brinlcy ; "I say, give All joyous and unthinking, years. I have wandered front one part of had to winter, in Paris when her daughters (

And with this singular answer Mr. ]larna- him n ducking first, and then put him in Till, quite transmogrified they've grown the world to another, but have never been M.grown de up. "Thus you see, observed -
able "what
Lessees: number of
to /
bee's customer turned awl went out. not- costume \f \'ou Itlrn." Dnliiuirhprv and ilriukinir -- ----- set.. ,1I1'sc1fIout. ) anything. and- Inever ....hft.. "M" 1.'d: __.a. _dO _. _
Sinai 11('. Jet t-i";" l"It1lJ ""H.:: 'II I Cf"mllIlC/JICfl' UCIJ enOlelld'l'l'llIh'duon
my story ue a
withstanding those who These other warning
were would all
piano, more or less!' "
fain have him with other brutal Sometimes we went farther than we meantto. to you, my father's early knowledge "
detained suggested the final decision .
questions. being of the
It But little said Spanish\ tongue.
in favor of was: one night when we had taken more was that night. The
On the ducking their victim and then more wine than was good for us, that we four boys departed, sadder aid wistr, and as Another "hinge event" which led to the
common him in
were some boys playing securing the
academy yard arrayed they had been the execution of the :ffucz Canal scheme the
hall.II undertook the hazing of a student whose leading spirits in all thea.t was
S'e that old said in
throw shawl
tramp, one cap andspectacles, where he would elder Lessens
divined in
of having mill
name was Llln forth. He was a freshman insubordination, there was no more } a poor
the ball and
the be
ing in full view of
hitting the
between theshouldcrs. He unoffendingman and early rising part of and therefore fair game, we thought, and he hazing in the school during their connection unlettered Turkish officer, :Mchemet: Ali, a
turned in
morning. Suddenly and took with! it.JIUSIC.is. vast: genius and the man who was to break
was shy, never in
said. For n les140ffcnce than this the prophet a voice said, in tones loud, distinct and 1 very any part down of the Mamelukes. The
Elisha cursed the children of Jericho. and earnest any way of our athletic sports. So we calledhim diplomat!
: A IIEALIXO ASH YIVI- French reported in this
a milksop, and said to each other that \ \ sense to
called two raging bears out of the woods to don't do it."
Boys 1'T/A'tf his
little rough handling\ would do him good. 1'0"'Ell. government and was instructed to be
devour" them. They turned in consternation and surprise We set out at midnight, just as )'ollllid, :Music: has a vast; future before it We are guided by his own judgment in bringing the
"Because Why don't you ? asked a buy for they had heard no footsteps, and but we hud better luck-that is to say, we only now beginning! to find out some of itules. officer forward. :JI.: de Lessees:! invited the
I'm not the. prophet Klisha there stood old Billings. had planned the'thing so suddenly ana With the one exception of its obvious Turk to his house: and showed himself in
said the man Boys'!, don't do it," he repeated. keptour and admitted various his friend. But
ways theofficer
secret so well, that no one arrested us in helpfulness as an adjunct of suddenly
What a queer old fellow I Who is he? "Eavesdropping, ch?" said Brin ley, who our course. We called that good luck at the religious worship, as a vehicle for and incentive withdrew from Ids coup ,nnyand kept
said the boys, watching his retreating figure, was the first to recover himself.! time. of religious feeling, I had almost said out of the way, When Mehcmet was a

but. offering no further molestation.But Call it eavesdropping if you will," said All was: still and dark when we reached that we had us yet discovered: none of its great man lie said to M. Ferdinand de Les-

the question, who is he?" was soon the old man ;" it mutters not so you'll heed the house. We called that a, piece of good uses. It has been the toy of the rich, it has :sees'our: father must have been

answered for a day or two afterward the my warning luck too. And Langforth's room was on often been a source of mere degradation to to think what my reason was for keeping

: stranger called at the post-office which occupied Suppose we don't choose:! to heed it." the first floor, so there was another point in both rich and poor, it has been treated us ft1 aloof from him niter I had accepted so much

six square feet in corner of :Mr.: Bar- said Brin ley, what do you propose to do our favor. Not a word was spoken exceptin mere jingle and noise-supplying a rhythm kindness. It was this. A silver knife and

nabee's store and asked for a letter for Joseph about it?" whimpers. "approached(" ] the window for the dance, a kind of terpsichorean tom- fork, I heard the servants)", had been stolen

Billings, and what is more he got one. It "Nothing," said the old man, and his stealthily. It snsaimold-fashtoncdwiudnw tom or serving to start a Bacchanalian, chorus from his: table at a dinner to which I went.

had the name of a New York bank printed voice was more in sorrow than in anger. and the gloss was small. We broke two -the chief feature which has certainly I was so poor that I fancied 1 would pass

on the envelope, and contained check, Brinlcy was prepared for threats, and would )panes before we found the spring; but we not been the music.: And yet those who in his eyes for being the thief, and never

I which he imtriediutcly got cashed. Similar have answered them with defiance, but to found it, and raised the window and en- have eyes and ears open, may read in those I dared alter to return." Soon after Mchemet

f ( letters continued to arrive at intervals, the this unexpected reply ho did not know whatto tpreil. one after another-the four of us-I I primitive i : uses whilst they, run the hints of hud.. related. this anecdote.. he asked :M.: Fer J j

f answers to which were directed in a bold, say. first of all. It was burglary, aid a state prison musics future destiny as a vast dvilizcr, recreator uinaml do Ijcssopd! to allow ITmce Said, h b ,
dashing hand He also took a daily paper, 18 Lamar a friend of yours?" asked offence, but we called\ it fun. health-giver, work-iispirerandpuri- son, to pass his afternoons at the French

t and discussed the affairs of the country with Tubbs. .A11 the noise we had made had not wakened tier of man's life. Consulate, in order that he might pick up

intelligence. It was plain he had not been "I have never yet spoken to him," said Lungforth, as we discovered by striking The horso knows what he owes to his the French that was spoken there. The boy

: brought up in ignorance. But one day a Billings. a match. There he lay, his head a little bell The factory girls have been instinctively grew fondly attached to the intelligent and

still more surprising thing happened.! Passing Then why do you take so much pains to on ono side, his arms folded<< on his: breast. forced into singing, finding/ in it a so- very kind-tlenrt.tliliplomat. When he was
the academy yard, he saw Fred Loring save him from harm?" He had ft pink and white complexion, liken lace and assistance to work. And music, viceroy and the Suez concession was asked

sitting on the fence, under tho butternut I do it for your sukes as much as his." girl's, u'lHllight hair, which he wore ft little the health-giver, what an untrodden field is for. he gave M. de Lcsseps a carte blunclie.I'al .-
I tree, with a book in his hand. Ho is trying to frighten us I" cried Brin- longer than was the custom even then there? Have you never noticed an invalid ? Mill Gazelle.

I "Confound the old l.ntlnl"! said Fred, ley. He thinks Lamur will defend him though: no one wore it prize-tighting style, forget pain and weariness under the stimulus -

t Clapping the book against his knee impatiently self has warned warned\perhaps I" as you do now. There was something so of music? Have you never seen n, pale THE M\N WHO 1.\t'Glls.-Xo man who has
p as if it were to blame for being I have not him;" said the old pt.'acefull1nd almost girlish in Lan forth's cheek flush up, and dull eyes sparkle, and once heartily and

.: E "pri.nCdn. a dead.. language.. _..... .... u man, simply! '' Wheh! f he defends J him-! Itl'lll'ltranCe that Strong. the youngest and i alertness_u. L "'__u and__ __vigor_ ,take.. possession. _of the I. ._.1.--.1... .."...."... .nn.1..... 1..n_'n wholly:_._'.I..laughed,__ ....can. be
( -t UUIlIUUIltl 1" 9UU4 VIM JUlUngs. *''**j eCU Will liepenil on wncuitr you c/\tcn JIlin best of us, said : wiioic iruue, unit umiiiaiiuii succeCl.l to apathy -.b.: II l""O""UUUIy VUII.1 lie plat(
,. not so, my boy. We read that all tongueswere sleeping or waking. As to frightening you, It'sa shame to wake him/ ? What does all this mean ? It means who cannot laugh is only fit for treasons,

confounded at the tower of Babel, but why four against one is pretty good odds.. Nonsense I' said one of the others, and a truth that we have not fully grasped, a stratagem spoils ; and his whole life is

we have ever since been studying to make Brinley felt himself color at these words, I bent over Lungforth and shook him rudely truth pregnant with vast results t) body and already a treason and
them plain. Let the old man. see your book. and Fred Loring cried, "That's true, anyhow mind. It means that music attacks thence stratagem. The remark -

Cicero-ah. yes ; an old friend." 1 I" -" He started up, bewildered, asking what I vous system directly, reaches and rouses of De Maistre that the wicked man

-And to the surprise of Fretl, )nouns verbs, So it is !" So it is !I" said Tubbs and was wan tl..1.II where physic and change of air can neither is never comic" is truly wise, as also is the

and adjectives were quickly marshaled into nOS-i. You are wanted !' said I, in ft feignedvoice. reach nor rouse. converse, that a truly
their places, with a due regard to number, "Now, boys, take the advice of a friend; Music will some day become a powerful wicked." A laugh therefore witty man is never
to be
1 person and declension, and order was go homo and go to bed, and to-morrow What for? What's the matter?' he and acknowledged therapeutic. And it is must flow from a joyous heart genuine
evolved from chaos. Seeing this, other boys night come to my house and I will tell youa asked. one especially appropriate in this excited and unfettered conscience. and a clear

1 !f 1 gathered round t41d Leo Kirk came running story," said Old Billings: sadly. What 0' Come with us, and )'UU'U find out,'saidI age Half ot our diseases some say all our Hare observes! that "some of those Archdeacon who have

t up with his Greek reader, crying, "Say, say you 1"am : and two or three of us began dragging diseases, come from disorders of the nerves. been richest in wit and humor
l cant you help me with my lesson, too?" "I ready to agree to both propositions. ; i- hint out of bed. How many ills of the mind precede the ills of among the simplest and kindest have been '

i "Doubtless ; and also with that wind-mill ." said Fred. What do you say, Brin- At this he cried 'Murder!I' and I clapped the body? Boredom makes more patients men ; and he instances Fuller hearted of ,

v! I saw you whittling just now." ley?" my hand over his mouth, telling him to than fever, want of interest and excitement, fontaine, Claudius and Charles, Bishop La-"

This raised a shout of laughter at Leo expense Any way the game is up for to-night, I hush his noise. This you see was assault stagnutionul life, or the fatigue of over- This life would be but dull Lamb.

and the ragged philosopher contin- replied he, "and we may as well disperse. and battery, punishable by law but still we wrought emotion, lies at the root of half the nous existence were not a the and monoto

ued : "The lesson-first, always put your We can't do anything now" thought it fun. ill-health of our young men and women. everyday intercourse of ordinary and

work before your windmills, and you'll be The next day, as Billings was walking "We got him out of the window without Can we doubt the power of music to breakup by sallies of wit and good humor society enlivened

sure to prosper. I did not ; hinc ill* lachryWhat homeward through the woods, a hand was much trouble for he offered little resistance that stagnation? Or, again,can we doubt is probably no and there
mre." laid upon his shoulder, and the dark but expressive -where would have been the use. He its power to soothe? to recreate an overstrained of which we derive enjoyment the so innocent out

does that mean?" asked Leo. face of the new student appeared was shivering with cold for it was a frosty emotional by bending the bow gratification and pleasure same amount of

I "Literally, hence these tears ; freely beside him. night, and he was in his night clothes ; but the other way ? There are moods of exhausted lau h. There is wisdom. then as a good, hearty
I Do von know what saved me from of this we laughed feeling in which certain kinds of in a laugh.
Billings he '
translated it means, hence. Joseph !!! you when. .complained_< <_ L__ LL._ 0.1 0.. nnlsic would. not .nun. .. '..vann .,.,. 1. n ...IJ.. imlosopliers: and wise men may eprrile
la uThe hour vagnoona msteau 01 B u elUl last night? asked he, abrul1tlyoul ana win nun ii<" IU ww w u"ul. an:: UI\"U LU -------- ------ --- I. '" "" n 0"1' uieir rIsIble muscles
without oTb"ei
citizen" <' nothing worse than being the sub- say something else, but we neither heard and spur would encourage the racer at first, accounted fools. fear g

academy at Dalton was one of those ject of some boyish trick, most likely." nor heeded him tire him to death at last There are other been favorite themes Laughter of and smiled have

so plentifully among 41 It is more likely you saved me from being ."Well, boys, we dragged him to the kinds of music which soothe, and, if I may variably use this the poets who in
England murderer stud I.amar.II Feel him under. 1 seized the use the word, lubricate the worn of metaphor when describing
M' New towns, where boys can be a my pump and held ways nature in her most beautiful
the and
fitted for college, and at the same time receive Arm sir; lande.! nervous centres. You will ask what mu- pects. Beauty is varied as
all the benefits of country air and Hy 'it's like Iron," said the old man, sur. 'O. f l1ows!'-he began ; but whateverhe sic is good for that? We reply, judgmentand adorned with a never smile so lovely as when
in prised. was'going was drowned in stream common sense, and above all, conversation;
ing. Most of the students boarded private to say sympathy never sits easier
attVetional than
upon us
t families and many had homes in alton. "There's good muscle for a lad of seventeen of water. and musical sympathy, and then dischargeourselvesin when we now

:Mr. Koonce, the preceptor, was a staid family ," said Lamar. I've been cultivatingit He gasped and struggled, but did not will partly be your guide, but experi- of laughter. It is difficult a symphony
must at first "a't
ence decide. to
Let feel
I old. I heard of some friend well
man, who sometimes took the students un was eight years try to speak any more. home" with a
der his own roof; and, moreover he had the visit Intended for me last night. No matter ""'Come, let him up,' said Strong, releas- versed in the divine art sit at the piano and ever brilliant and comparatively learned stranger, how
let the
tired his
once studied for the ministry, so that on the how I heard of it-the same way that ing his hold one lie on a couch and prescribe may be, until conversation
we strike
'whole, academy was thought to combine you did perhaps-but I knew the fellows "' One dose more,' said I. ''i little cold for" himself or herself.! This will hap chord. some mutually sympathetic
and I to give them a him. pen : Do not play that Tannhauser then know him to be
various and uncommon advantages: Yet were coming, prepared water won't hurt just: human he
earth has no spot so secluded, or so favored. warm reception. I did,not rely on my mus- .'' There, now, he takes it like a man, "now, it wears me out, I cannot bear it." through; which possesses to one vulnerable point
that evil and temptation may not enter, and I cle alone, either. I had my revolver and I said some one. as Langforth ceased to stnig- Yes-sing that Dn bist die Huh, and after be capable of reach his: heart; and. if he

Dalton was no exception to this rule, as you knew how to use it. From 11 to 2 I lay gle, 'I guess we've given him enough: that' "I must hear Mendelssohn's 'Nottur- unreasonably appreciating wit we may not
awake and watched, and the first; one that 4 So be it,' said I. You may go back to no, out of the 1\Udununernlght; dream,' i Live to other conclude that he is also tlt.'nll-! >

WIt KftowaiufwelY* kone moonless laid a hand on me would have had a bulletin bed now. Langforth. and we wish you avery I and then-and then-what must come next Journal and better Intluen .-7ir f

:-nlfcht in autumn that Fred Loring him : not in a vital part if I could have pleasant night.' must be left to the tact and quick sympathy _
out earl bulkhead of his fathe'rs eel- helped it ; but one can t always be particular ; He neither spoke nor moved. of the musician I have known eased where EiSYMAXiMs.-If

crept lar and making sure that be was not ob- on such occasions. They did not come, .. 4 I believe wy soul lies fainted' said an hour of this treatment did more good eral ; yet you arefnigal.be'

served climbed a fence and went'through and to-day I have heard the reason why I one. than bottlesful of bark or pailsful\ of globules discreet though lib'radiscret't/ : though

the fields to the back of a neighbor house ." He's only shamming.; said another.Wants ; but I do not wish to overstate; the case. and though, generous } though generous just.

Then he picked ui..a pebble and threw it thAVd I thank Godl"! said old Billings to turn the tables on us by making I merely plead for an unrecognized truth will allow' just, merciful. Your frugality
I second story .window. The window reverently. I hOw| it will atone in l1&rt- us carry him back to his room.' and I point to a new vocation-the vocation ality should yoU to be liberal, but your liber
I against a be
raised and a head thrust out. but no, we can't atone." Yea, and get found out by the means' of the Musical Healer discretion guided by discretion, your

was Fred?" Lamar looked at him curiously, for the laid I. How many a girl might turn her at prt.'Sent should admit generosity, but your
i : Is it you uick." words sounded to him like the vagaries of a "Still, we dared not leave him there for uncared-for and generally useless musical generosity must not forget justice; while justice -

i'friu'dy: ?' whirred Ross, and slipping, (fanatic if not a lunatic; but the gaze which fear he really had fainted ; so, after some abilities to this: tender, gentU. iminan., Gretn should ever be tempered with mercy.J .-


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II. J. BAKER fc BUG. The lleisl!' Taper Try It pONDENSED: TIME CARD Florida and. Western Railway and from M A LORY'S!

'.1 :Savannah: and all Northern, Eastern: and I
IL LUST 11:.\TEH.1:i OK THE Western Cities.At .CHtln.\ STEAMSHIP: l.1%E.
-SIXTIi: YEAR.: ATLANTICit'I.P&\ : WEST INDIA t ) TRANSIT Luke City daily with the Florida Central -

215 PEARL STREET NEW YORK :: RAILROAD, Railroad to and; from Jacksonville! St.Augustine Only (((reel Line to New York.
The St'IC'II.IIIcmc'rlculi.. PENINSULAR: : : RAILROAD, Palatka, Enterprise: and Landings

,. ( W"ld Ilrnnrlt,) /; on the :St.: Johns River. _::t
TilE :SCIENTIFIC .\ nHll'\S i is a largo, lir t. ANHCUMBERLAND' At Baldwin daily: with thtlnlllil', Gulf : "
Manufacturers of l'la'Wl'l'k I\' newspaper of !' X fl'l'lIag"l'I.\ HOrn: and West! India; Transit Railway: tunnel from j-t
printed in I the! most beautiful style, jmfiuvhiilliiflraleil Fernandina, Gainesville, Cedar Key, and i ;

it'llh fplendidcnirariuls the representing 7/i. 1.t7i'ct:( IWruary ht, /..W.tioixu with steamers for Tampa Key West andHavana.
inventions IIII1t't
the newest! must! re- : .
-+-Cu EMIC.IL .FEHTILIKEHS. (,l'ntll'alll'l' in the Arts and :Sciences At ('hat hiiucheethrue I times weekly with I
includingnets\ and interesting: facts' in Agriculture the I'I'oplt"1Lil1l' and Central Lltll.II:1:111\: to ,
,- the Home, Health, Medical 1 Progress. Lt':1llal1ta., (Ga. '.!.tf. > P. M. and from Columbus, l Kulaulu: Fort Hail1epall1'h !',, "'LS'I'1ItTLt.1S: .
Leave ... ..) I t tC,11
Maeon, (la. 7. I' :M
: andAstronomy.
Social Science Natural .\ l'IIII
: : History, Geology and other River Landings
Leave Brunswick: Ga............ <>.ir:; .t. :M.Arrhc i. / r. HINES: ,
The valuable : :
most! practical .t.\'t"Elegant Sleeping and Parlor Poaches11'oodrnll' : ,,
eminent writers in all Fernandina, Via.10.15 .\. :M. and Lucas I 'CITY OF DALLAS a aCAPT.
J by departments Patent between ,
------ papers, run daily
a of will be Leave Fernandina.................10.30: \. M.Arrive .
l'iCIIl'l" found in the Scientific Tallahassee! and Jacksonville.'
J.fJ" .
.. Baldwin, Fla............ l..Vj\:? i.I i.
\II1l'r l'nll. .#t-Quick time, sure connection, }perfectsafety
Terms, $3.20: : per year, $U>half year which *'nve Baldwin .J\l'klon-ill; : l.\nl: M. llL1R'i.ihr) ONE: of the above Steamers' will (leave
includes postage. Discount to Agents.' Sold Arrive Jacksonville: (Cum. Route: ).. 2.3.:! p. M: ::'tl-t f Master Transportation. for New York every Friday
jj.Jr- MA X lilt K hv nil Newsdealers!, llemit: by postal' orderto Leave (to suit the tide).
> Baldwin for Cedar Key. l.fiO p. M. .
This line transfersto make
having no
MUNN Publishers Park ,
t CO.
-----A Arrive Waldo (Junction 1' 1,11)) .. ...11 1'. M. litter and Ocean Steamboats. between

New York. Leave ,\.u It 10. ...:'0 I'. :M. -_. --- - -- -. --- ---- -. -4NE1 .--- -
1'ATIN'I'S.-Iu connection with I he Sci- Arrive Gainesville( ... .r>.17 I'. :at. FERNANDINA; NEW: YORK,
.\ Most Superior Article, tinder our own --- l.nlilielIl1'ril'all, Messrs.Mfxx Leave Gainesville: ft.2: I'. :M. : { SI'iIEIVI.LIt Oilers! the

: it (Co. are :Solicitor of American and Arrive Cedar .\'. !)1.30:; I'. :M. BEST AND CHEAPEST: : TRANSPORTATION :
Special' Formula.COMPLETE Foreign Patents, have had :35 years c.\j eri- to.hll'kOIl\"illl'III1,1 North of Baldwin -
\ : TO FLOIIl111l'l'EI) : : .
ence, and now have the largest t esjabiishinent i daily. !-----"""w *'-----.

I in the world.\ Patents: are obtained, on IOIS1l; : XOKTII. ] UEOIMJIA: | y. ] FLOICIDA | Vegetables! lull Fruits will receive :special
the best! terms. .\ !special\ notice 1 Is: made in care tat haIHllill .
the :SCIENTIFIC( : ( AMERICAN: : of all inveii- Leave Cedar J l'\''. 1.15 .\. M.Arrive -______-. *-___ ___*
MANURES a tiiiis: patented throngli, ; this Agency, with Gainesville: :+.II A.M. PASSENGER:::: : C .\'n DIOfTIO1m:
the name and residence! of the Patentee. Leave (Gainesville... 8.50 .\. :at. FIRST-CLASS .

By the immeiisu circulation thus given Arrive Waldo ((1'.1 15.: R. June.). .is .\, M. {hov' I INLAN1) -1It The! traveling 'public are offered the advantages .
Leave Waldo. !)t..').') .
: A.M.
public attention I is directed to the merits of
Arrive Baldwin.12.17:? I'. M.
the new and sales introduction
patent or .
IIO CHANGES./ : Connections 11111111III.
often easily effected.ny !. Leave Jacksonville: (Coil; Route.11.15) : A. :M. STEAM 1 r\f 0M1',1N1'I7Mr Jacksonville! with till steamboats for nil

.\ person who has: made a new discovery Arrive Baldwin. -'.: I'. :SI. X.IS .-' ,points on the St, John's' Ocklawaha, and

Prepared on scientific principles' to supply or invention can I'l'l'laill.'t'c: : of; charge Leave Baldwin. ...... .................12.40:? I'. :M. i \Indian (Rivers: and with the Transit Railroad !
I P the exact plant food for each crop, so as whether patent can probably be obtained, Arrive Fernamliia: ...... 3.40 I'. M t. at Fernandina all railroad stationsin
by writing to Mrxx iV Co.rc also se11dfrrc !
to produce large yields : Ii : Leave Fernandina....................... ::1.1.I'. :M. Florida
per acre. our land-Book: about the Patent Laws,
Patents Leave Brunswick. S.oo p. :M. FREIGHT AND PASSENGER: RATES
Caveats: Trade Marks, their costs t ,
and how procured, with hints! for procuring Leave M.-.con: S.40 .\,1\1. .\HoW\ AS BY INDIRECT) LINES.ifThrough ); .
Arrive Atlanta ( 1.15 .
advances on 1ln'lItion.t.1Tl':< for thepaper I' M. : Rates and Bills:l of Lading,
ALSO DEALERS IN Train! to Cedar Key and :South< of Baldwin -
or to nlll'l'illl4.
concerning }patents: daily S1tiuhty.1'1NINSITLAR !
MUNN *: ('0.. except No SEASICKNESS: ::: No OCEAN: DANGERS: For passage: : or further information I apply

Branch OlHec, Corner F and 7t h Streets, t lulu Jlrancli./ ) R. W. SOUTHW1CK, Agent,
Washington.. C. <09!!> THE Fernandina. -
C10INU KOl'Tlt.
SULPHATE AMMONIA ------- .--- -. .- .- - -- I C. II. MALLORY & CO.
Leave Waldo Junction...............0.1X1 A. M. ,
Books and Stationery.HORACE Leave Hawthorne. 7.40 .\. M. CITY OF IIItllMilETONAmi Pier :20 East: : River, New York. 2-t(
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Arrive Lochloosa. 8.10A.M.

\ and Retail Leave I,ochloosa: .10.00A.M.
Leave Hawthorne. ... A. M. THKfpASSENGER : P.\-I'I' ..
JM t51ti
0 STATIONERY, Arrive '''111,10 Junction..............12.15 1'. M. *_---->* a---_-.+
SULPHATE OF SODA, BOOKS Trains from "'111.10 to Lochloosa: and return .
And MUSIC Tuesday: Thursday and :Saturday.CONNECTIONS. : : ] i i :
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Close connection i is: made at Atlanta. Gu.,
' SUPJmPHOSI'lIA LISA, ..T.\CKSOSYIJ.U':, FLORIDA. to and from all points North, 'East: t. West and .
City of Ilrldgefou,
Northwest daily,


With Trains for Kufaula, Columbus! Ga., Waits tit Fernandina for the Monday and

;i-School Books a Specially.G.Z Montgomery, Mobile and New Orleans.AT Thursday: night Vegetable Trains of the "\T7"ILL !leave Fernandina for JacksonvilleTT

Strictly Pure Ground no..( KEKNANUINA, KI.A., .
""VYI.I," &V CLARKE, With New York and Fcrnandina: :Steamship ATLANTK!, GULF? ,t WEST I INDIA\" TT on the Palatka:St. John's, and River intermediate, and Savannah landings

( 4S0TS to J. M. Cooper it Co.,) I Line from New York Wednesday: at A:NilPENINSULAR' and Charleston, as folows :

Our circulars give full particulars, and arc 10.30: 1\. m., and, for New York on I"riclaat, : [ : RAILROADS) ,
JII ALKIU! IN ::1.401'. in.; from Nassau! N. P., on Wednesday From Fernandimi

mailed free to all applicants. They contain ; for Nassau, N. P., tin Wednesday. leaving ('('l1ltl' Street \Duck direct for Savannah.
;School and J'h'C'IIIUIC'O"H..tj.1 Z With Georgia and Florida Inland :Steamboat Passengers: and I shippers' are assured: : FOR JACKSONVILLE: AMI ]PALATKA,

information that will be of service to those Cu. from Savannah on Tuesday\ Wednesday / of connection at Suvunnan\ with the steamships ;.". EVERY: WEDNESDAY.-ft-x; :
.. Friday and Sunday; for :Savannah on and trains:l for the Ii.Slcamcr .

buying or using. Fertilizers.! 3-.fln ..-- Jsl I -- ,. Tuesday: 1-riday and Sunday. From Fernandina
--- ---- '- -
---- With Charleston Steamers St. Jofm't and
: (
-+?....... ......... .........} 1 ROOKS A IIOOKS j tJl City J'olut) from Savannah: and Charleston/ David Clark, FOR SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON .

: OUAXCJKS. : -- 0 .* Wednesday: and Sunday ; for Savannah and\ CAIT. P. H. WARD, .Jt"fJWNHY: F1iIIAY.1S. ,

-4.: ......... .................,+- f-- Charleston! Monday and. \ Friday. leaves Centre Street Dock Wednesday
With :Steamer Finn daily to and from St.Mary's t. every Close: connection made with steamers for
-- and I
Ga., and! semi-\veekly to and from Saturday for SAVANNAH, touching litBRUNSWICK Mellonville ami Enterprise, also with steamers
ST..TlOSJJtYXD: FANCY GOODS OF St.: Mary's River Landings.. !; ST. SIMON'S, DARIEN) : and for Ocklawaha Hh'l'ri; also at Savannah

CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED.-; ALL KINDS, AT li.ll.UWIN: .L.'., HOBOYOA. with steamers for Nework, Philadelphia} ,
Boston and Baltimorc.und Charleston, with
With Trains! for Live Oak1'allahasseeaul: Memoranda.Steamers Hh'nll\\lir New York, Philadelphia Haiti
Cor. Congress and :St. Julian Sts., ,
all points in Middle 11I111rl':
\ Savannah, 'eorjla. AT LOfllLOOHV, FLA., with the Atlantic, Gulf .fc West India. 'l'rlll1'"it I Railroads fur routes North, East;: : and
and Peninsular Railroads and via Savannah West.,
Kailroad.s. With Steamer Alpha for all points: and : .
with I steamships, for, Baltimore Philadelphia
landings l.akl' arrival of Peninsular '
-- --- on Orange on
-.t............................................................aR'holesale Railroad Train New York and Boston: FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER: ; _('ODJO.
:. :. FumwCESTRAI. For :State-Ibsims'I'kkets, and all other i
i i ATUUXKSVII.I.K: ;: FL.\., particulars, apply to the following Agents rOil!:" 'f l'k.tlllllll Staterooms secured t
..-+ FruitBALTIMORE Dealers,+- .. JACKSONviLLK: FLA., March 111.< 1879. With Stage Line for Ocala and Tampa on and Olllces: and I all information. furnished at office, corner -
On and after this: date Trains: on this Road Monday, Wednesday and Saturday ; from (\'lIlrl'lIl1ll Second streets. .
.;............. ..............................................} will run as: follows : Ocala and 'I'ainpa'1'uesduy! Friday and. Sun Agent Fernandina CentrcSt.,:: Fla., between-Capt.:Ol'l'ollllllllcl:.I. I.. Ronmillat Third., 2)ly) -L4. XOYJ': (

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DAY PASSENGER: (ExcKiT nw.\Y.) ly. :Savannah\ Ga.-Cor. Bull and Bryan Sts.,

MI). Leave Jacksonville ............ ......... HiIJO: .\, )(. With ATC'KIlVIt KT.Y, FLA., Line opposite\ Pnlaski! and Screven )House. 1880. THIRD VOLUME. 1881.
Co.'s for
Leave Baldwin ........................... 1):10!):: A. M. and Tumna Manatee Sleam.-hiit: ,' I Jacksonville: .-Corner Bay and Pine
Leave Lake City.........................11::3:1: A. M. Tampa Slunluyaol'1'hursday West : andThursday Sis., Dr. L'Engle's Drug Store ; A. C. Limphere -TIIKFlorida 1 ;'-
at 4 in. and for Key
Leave Live Oak........................... 1:00: iM.\ p. Ticket Agent ; A. L. Hnngerford,
REFERENCES: : Arrive at Savannah ..................... Sl" !'. M, With! thc, at United 0 )p. m! :Slates mid Havana Fu t Agent.St. Mirror.
Leave !Savannah.......................... K:00: .t. ::1(. Mail for Augustine: t 1"la.-OIl I the Bay, R. I".
West Havana
Rev. 0.1'. Thackani, Fcrnandina, Fla. Leave Live Oak........................... "'>:.'>,'> i>. 1\t. Steunier.ldntirrd arrival ofS: i''ialTruineverv'I'ut4day Key I Armstrong t Agent, .

Mr. Frederick A. Fleming, Ilibernia, Fla. Leave Lake City .......................... 5:00: r. M. Cuba afternoon on at 4.:1I111.::") From i Havana Palatka, Fla.-Lilienthal Brothers Co., An Ilglit: -i'atge Weekly devoted to i

)[r. C. )[. Bevan, :St. Augustine, Fla. Leave Baldwin ............................ 7OT: i'. M. Culm, and Key West: l'n'riutllrlay.\ : :Special : -, Agents: ,
(v31-2m) Arrive at Jacksonville ................. $:1E1: i'. :M. : train connect. \ Gl'STAVE;l : (LEVE: ):, THE INTERESTS of the STATE.

___ .. .. __ _____ .__ General; Passenger: : .\ l'lIt.
With for
u MAIL AND }:EXPRESS; : (DAILY.) :Steamer! Enterprise, points:lll1l the W. 1') BARRY,

TRY THE Leave Jacksonville: ...................... 5:30: p. >i. Suwunnee River, Thursdays! at (Ii a. III. General Agent Savannah

Leave White House" ..................... (;::15 p. 'g. For information n-speeting\ roullratl.s: J. N. HARRIMAN, (a o. FAIKIIAXKS, Editor.rilHE : .

NEW YORK OBSERVER Leave Baldwin............................ 7OO I'. 1\1. etc.l1'Ily to 11 Manager.ICIVEIC .
lA-ave Darbyville............... ........... 7:2. I'. M.Ixave .\. O. JlAcDONELL: : --- _.- -- -

THIS YEAR. Sanderson: .......................... NU7: I'. M. D E. MAXWKLL(icn'1'1'icket Gen'i and Puss: Agent. N'I'. :M1 fly's : PACKET.rillli : : Ti i.w.':, .011 /1.1: .1'.'...\'1.'I .')'!.
Leave Olw! tee.............................. 84.'J: : p. 1\(. Supt.' :21
Leave )U. Carrie......................... 0:03: : I'. M. .-.
l'J': HACOU[
Arrive Luke City......................... S ::30 I'. M.' JAVKHOSVlI.U,
since its
Leave Live Oak........................... 2:15: A. x. ; | 1
PAPER IX TUB WORLD. Arrive Tallahassee: ....................... 7:00 A. M. MASTER TKANM-OKTATIO.N'K: ( OFFICE, }I ITALLAHASSEE l c Io. meat, endeavored to fitrnUh its readers
3 : :: with journal devoted to the welfare of the
Arrive Albany.............................10:45: A. M. Fu* February IHN
On State reflecting all various Interests and
.\rriveHu\.llnllah............... ........... 0:00: A. M. and after Monday, February 2, JK0, : STEAMER: ( FLOItA.
trains of this road will fol localities us: well us our own giving such
Leave Savannah .......................... 4:30: p. M. jiassenger run at JL and information ,
t-Send for Free.-ftS lows CAIT, JOHN RICHARDSON; gl'lIerlllllcwlI the timesafforded
viz : as:
: Sample Copy- ; Leave Albany ............................. 4:00: p. M. : : ,
Leave Tallahassee; ..,..,................. 5:45: p. M. PASSENGER TRAIN EAST: BOUND.Leave : WILL RUN ON THE ST. MARY'S Iaer \'- lias, discussing public questions to become fairly,
Leave Live Oak........................... 2:15 A. M, L'hattalwodlt.l..llaily at.... 2 ''II) r. 1\1. during the season as follows! : and Bought visitor, moreover, and anacceptable
Leave Lake City.......................... 3:50 A. M. Leave Juincy. 322P.M. I -ave ST. MAKY'H EVERY: MONDAY} and } from as a of family the blemishes literary
NEW YORK OBSERVER, Leave Mt. Carrie......................... 4:18: A. u. J.eu\.eTullaltl1J4:< ....... (too p. M, THURSDAY} MORNING at 0 o'cl.nk, fur modern l' N'r, free many. of I

l-3t 37 Park Row, New York. Leave Olustee: ............................. 4:40: A. M, Leave Monticello 7 10 p. M, FEUXANUISA ; and I will leave FKRXANMNA journalism.In third
Leave Sanderson.....,.......,,....,,.... 5:20: A. H. Leave Greenville.............. 8 3M p. M. same days at H a. m., fur CAMP !)IN'KY r.r desire entering UMJIour establish year, we further
G. F. VERY Leave Darbyyille.......................... 5:55: A. J. Leave Madison: .. .. 02 Leave Baldwin............................. 0:40: A. x. Leave Live Oak...............- 2 15 A. M.ArriveHavannah. IMuntlnIlty: TUESDAY: } and FRIDAY will take wo Interest, we the the public t

Leave White House.................... 70. A. II. .. i) OJ A. N. } will arrive at ST. MAKY'S at 5 p. III., On great the 'i'Hh of the- history month our 1i- .
Arrive Jacksonville.................... 7-50 A. M. Arrive Thomasville ... ...... U 55 A. M, touching at FEK.VANIUNA. shall State. in present columns we
......1025 commence a reprint our of
Mall 'rriveIbanr. A. M. On WEDNESDAYS: and SATURDAYS
On and Train Cars
Express Sleeping Arrive Lake City............... 335 A, M. will leave HT. MAUV'H at 8:30 a. m., and can one of the lauHt valuable early works on
to and from Jacksonville and
LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES. run through Arrite Baldwin<< ................ 0'15 A. x. be chartered fur excursions toJuUKfln..N" "Florida published in 17U5, in London.
Savannah ; also, Lucas Sleeping;) Cars run This work was written by W. STORK, M.
Arrive Jacksonville........- ...... 7 50 A. M.
CARRIAGES AND WAGONSTo through to and from Jacksonville and Tallahassee. I). to call attention to the advantages afforded
Arrive Fernandina........... 3 40 p. x. : ,
and from Steamers and Trains. Arrive Gainesville 504 p. M. by Florida, and to promote the settlement -

CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC.: FERNANDINA EXPRESS: (DAILY.) Arrive Cedar Key............. 0 30 p. M, and other joints of interest in the vicinityof of the country. It treats of all the
natural of Florida
Leave Jacksonville.....................11:15: A. x.' PASSENGER THAIJf-WKST: BOUND productions and its capa
FOR SALE : Arrive Baldwin...........................12:30: p. x. Leave Jacksonville .....daily at.... 5 30 p. M. Through IIIllH or Ladingby twive bilities. numliera U will be of published the in full in uc-

HORSES, BUGGIES: HARNESS;; Arrive Fernandina...................... 3:40: p. u. :Leave Femandina.....,..... ...?1039 A. N, : MIRROR verbatim current literatim volume with ofTHE
CARTS AND WAGONS. Leave Fernandina........................10:30A. x. ]Leave Gainesville........ ..... 002 A, M. MALLORY'8 LINK of Stcainen to allpolllt8 the Editor. ft ,
Leave Baldwin............................ 1:20 p. M. Leave Cedar Key..........,.. 4 30 A, X. on the Ht )Iary'.. notes OUr by readers will be able in this I.
p"'TERYS CASILt ...... ..... way to
Arrive Jacksonville .. .. 2:35 p. x. I. aue Baldwin ... 7 00 p. M. Close Connection obtain) this rare and valuable work, of which

;328-0ffiee and Stable-First Street near Passengers for Fernandina and Cedar Key Leave Savanna 040 p. x. General Sanford was able to find only this
Broom Street Wharf 49-tf take this: train. No train from Baldwin toCedar Leave .. 4 30 p. x. made) with the New York and Savannah one copy in all England.:

Key on Sunday.CoNNwvoNaAt Leave[ Live Oak.........,...... 2 15 A. M. Steamers. Mark all good. "Care of"tt'lllUcrJ'WI'll. Early: subscriptions) to TIIK: MIRROR
NOTICE. Baldwin with A., G. W. I. T. R. R., for (fcdar Key Gainesville Leave ireenville........ ...... 439A.M. GOOD} ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PAS- Publishers to determine the number of copies
POWERS ATTORNEY hereto and Fernandina. and all poinU North and Leave[ Monticello .....? 5 00 A. x. sengenExcur..ionitx/ : and Tourists will of required.Subscriptions .

ALL given by me. to any one whomso- Wet ; at Lake City for Tallahassee Albany, Arrive Tallahassee....-..-. 700 A. M.l find this a very attractive trip, as the scenery can 1 be made through Mr.
ever,. in the State of Florida have been Savannah and all points North and West ; ave Tallaha-sse....._....... .... 8 30 A. x. U grand and alligators and other game are Telfair Stockton at Drew's Book Stonyin
revoked.. See records in office of County at Jacksonville with St. Johns River Steam. I l. save Quinry................. .". ....10 O$ A. M. abundant.For Jacksonville: or by direct application! to lids'
t.'lerk. ers. J, s. MCELROY: Arrive Chattaho/x-Iiee....... ......11 30 A. x. further information apply to office. Address .. '

Francisco, Cal., Nov. 13, 1880. 3-4t Superintendent. Live Oak daily. with the Savannah, 25-tf }'enulII ina, Fla. 2-U Fcrnandina, Fla.-





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--j rrnu FL0IifDA f.liuHon. The SlmIll J' ('J.* has! a happy. faculty of Till:: XATtOXAL VAl'lTAL.ADJofHNS iroceeded from the flight, ( In )1 Ferry ntboli1l'lllol !OIIC) of "llih have to Leeft

I __ ,, appearing the would-be regulator 'IIIIA they were thuuttglit 1)
\ =- r-=: = -:!:== :-. _. general to withdraw tin; word "fllr ;j" but he !nn'll .\ 'first -

: ,T.l YAUr // (fhe State, its politic! *, its interests t and its I l'n\uln: "$ !' ron Till I: llov0)IRISTMS | || !'- helll firm, and added the word "famine," pieces of dllt'on1C manuscriptwrit have been,

iffatrs. Our esteemed! contemporary must, :MfsINf.s.To saying that t the church endeavored, to techithat ten uii bark rut into long strips. wen

WEST VLOllIltA, AX1) Tim SKXATOltSUIl however, remember, that the rural district, ; tie J-'tlitol'! of he Mlrrw ; there could be no morality without rc- after lu h trouble, unrolled fhej -

*. have opinions and judgments lof their own, WASIIIXOTOX, 11 I P. ('., l December\ :2!, h SI' o.) igion.. M. Ferry concluded I 11;%' asking (the foiiii.1 to be treatises UI music,1'l'11Ilcu"tOIS .

I. At tho senatorial' election of 1878 the and do not as a rule take their cue from its After n week eventful, hidly fr a dis.graceful enate not to mutilate t the (,.luratiol scheme of the people, religion ami the, charcoal

choice of the eastern portion of the State nctrbpolitan utterances.c all give room quarrel In the House, Congress! has: 1"y eliminating i moral jihilosophy. The Due) two glass eases arc to be Il'C1 their

\, was yielded to in the selection of Senator with pleasure to anything which seems tobe taken a recess! for fourteen day, 1111.1n'. are Ic 1'roglie rose to !k wh.tl1 the I'r- tablets on which. the 1'01plinnlule

Call, a rcnident of Duval the of public interest: in old Duval ; we will III the midst of the (Christmas. festivities I i gramme of (the council, after t the passing: of contracts of sales leases, etc. ]1 11\1
county, on extreme horseback,
eastern border of Florida. Senator mblish:! its orange or any other statistics, which are enjoyed, ,by young and old, I in amore the 111.I wlulll include i ill"II'ucliol as to the there i is 1 statue of Nero, on of Scipi"Africanus

fiad hut we insist! : that (the lltircau of Immigration whole-souled! thorough t way than t .' towards 00110111 h the immortality of taken from Pompeii ; also Matues
Jones been elected fromVcst\ Florida !
of Ephestil.
5s: a State Institution and not a local they have been and Diana)
at !
enjoyed anytime since soul. ) Apolo.
re- '
I Ferry a
when the Democratic party were not in the tlC r lIt \olulltcerill with bronze
one ; and we admire the even-handed way the great financial crash of 1873. The young lIly> the article relating to morl philosophy The later I is of !>ler of Crea-fl'cl
Since that time ;
ascendancy. the Democratic the nurse
I party in West Florida has steadily increased in which the pamphlet gives general; and rejoice III a greater opulence presents, and was )put to the ballot, and carried by 100 to (Uia1 ion. aid represented has in her anus three Jon! and

impartial view of all parts: of the State. We their parents are happy) in their greater power I 110 votes. After!< further!< ul'iol the( eight other animals, while her "! ia.Wned .
in until in the election ole ( .
strength, -
have been formed. that the Imrt'ILullU4 righI- to There lack with (towers, sphinxes lions, l
give. are no of those who i>ill I I in i I Its entirety i was adopted.
"West Florida sends entire
an Democratic I ly declined to he the medium of private lament that Christina is The Farncs.e bull ('OI1\(rccla lulerpien'
any no longer the sc- Of all I I the i inducements eve;h'l.lout to capitalists here.
of WI"
delegation members to ,
twenty-five fireek art by
both houses of the general assembly and l interests! whatever: and the high character/ ties of happy festivals! of by-gone years, but surely the strangest 1 is t that which bus: transported from Rhodes to HOI(', ami was
of the commissioner. has never been !successfully they belong to that class: :! who describe a golden ; lieen devised by the Fiynru and by the bank found in Caracallo's bath. (!a Ia. and terra
furnishes a majority of 2,500 in the election bemKmosaics
: assailed in quarter which exists III the cotta ware from 1'ompeii,
any age only imagination. to which entrusted! the ta-k
of In the election \1tlllgHI all covered with a .
Governor lUoxham and 3,000 in glass buttons,
I Whatever (the legislature! may in their wis-:! It difficult to believe, III the fa'cof ocular daily financial report in its: ('(II ii minis. I produced by the combined
of :Mr. Da\idson to the House of Representatives. IJclmti
lom do III reference to the bureau, no can- demonstration, that there is. any declinein announced that every applicant for Panama action fulluc.l tile'Ull'', 1:118. l't.ha1ds
then the wishes of
t Clearly ( 111111\11111 will refuse to give Dr. French a the appetite of the children of to-day ; C Canal shares receive silver medal fo toni feet votive oflerings paean ,

I West Florida yre primarily entitled! to consideration large measure of credit for his I : exertions in I their lamrhter no.nu \..... n.u.. b'irpmmm........ tl.ir...... tiMi.i.iiK.aj....IT... .... (*->VI* ">rV.7'(.lVf,;. ni.uit.-a.hal tli'it iii.it-Illiljt: l.ii.. !. lOIOlieil dll ttn.l in itl are to be found. here.There: h.1. '
in the choice of to i other rare and curious ofycctsuiai
a !successor are many
establishing the bureau: and his honest, !' as !simple and spontaneous as: ever. Nor are him Thl''ulle of the medal i is guaranteed 1 cannot now enumerate. The groups of
Senator Jones.
I straightforward:, efforts to make it as: usefulas thieViil_ tug fol ks.w ho are hy I this time too old to to be five flUH' Now, I if the Panama Canal statuary in the Museum are )urliulnrlyheuliful
That choice to be that Senator ,
appears possible tinder t the narrow limitations, be called children, !so artificial i I as sonic would proves to he success% : the shareholders will Some were executed lchael
Jones should \be his own stteccsor.Vet : (' are also paintings!by Hnhael
financial and otherwise! which I 1 l has surrounded have us believe. It is true that( their tastes find an excellent in i vestment for their t IOI'fi; Igdl' A Tont .
Florida has material interests of great importance >
it.GO _ _ are in a certain !sense more cxtr.uagantthan but !-lluldlll' speculation I, prove disastrous t ,
to be subserved at "'a .
_ _ hingtoll were I those! of their fathers and mothers at I the possession of silver medal would, to : : AMKltlCAX IlBl'lEJ
"BnA'un IILOXIIAM'S CAtitxir.The : .UnTI
The harbor of Pensacola is the. best on the :11
the same age. The increase of national, an .\lri'III, he 1 poor compensation for The latest number of (the Xorth American r
whole flulf c m"tJill\ of great importance of the Shite, with. great good to
press and. presentation
wealth has taught all how many pleasant the capital I .11 not intend to gives compact vigorous
to this State and the whole What taste have left the to select 11htursl't1 (. t Inllplti.
country. governor-elect some matter of I immediate illcl.
I things i money can get-things; not )Iihyl'aS. oiler any opinion as to the itself,
WIintenlcll to be one of the principal his own cabinet without interference. no\-! cculalol tire value. To a hospitality so gelll'I'OIthnt
ant in I themselves, but positively harmless, but I find it dillicult to understand t the condition includes both .Senator KdinumH and

United BUitcs navy yards was established in ernor ISloxhatu we have no doubt, will appoint except where! the expense( they entail is selfish of an individual who is! induced by Senator. Walace, the Kditor: of (the "I..t'lit '

that harbor, large expenditures) were made, the members of his! cabinet with judgment I singularly apt I i of those
or unjustifiable. The girls know how the promise of a one dollar medal to undertake ( a cr'l'pLo1
anti it had assumed great importance before and will seek to surround himselfand! robust subjects best worth taking f'OII the
it i i" to ride t to within four .
_ t pleasant along ringing frosty pay $ >00 years.Tho -
swift current of I the Theopeningarticlcisa
..the war. During the war the buildings I were illustrate! his administration 1 by the choice of I ty road: on u well-trained, clI ;.goil1g pony'. ; .II'C/I'I.I"I I <' states t that t the Channel t thoughtful I i i t one tilC i by Professor JohnFiskc i

I many of them destroyed and the. 'Iml.went gOIIIIIICII of high character and capacity.THK to drive a faultless horse in pretty ihitt1tmtO ; I Tunnel Company u is about to :ilk t the on The Philosophy'If ICIl'CUt.OI.! !,."

into.. .(lisa*? and decay. For many 'years for the Ill'crelll' UI'
have !sleitrh; ready, should tin exceptional second shaftj for the I purpose of sendingdown Afer'I''OIIIII and its dual

there was no disposition in the dominant :; MOULD'S l,' Ull. fall I of snow give opportunity for it, and the plant necessary! for I the( horin The first: extinction persecuting, the Professor, 1ll'llidilg

party: in Congress to make expenditures in The movement' for the World's Fair in to beable gratify that most: harmless of all !>hat has reached (the stratum in which it i is "We shall find that (the clang(' i I.
tho Southern states. At the last session 18J:J has! progressed! to the designation of Jn- with (the of
tastes! I the love of what i is pretty in itself, in intended to ('onltrue the and the deeply in-wrought !-
wood as a :site.Vhuihe: its distance from (the hllc mankind both morally and intellectually.The .
however, :irenator Jones procured an appropriation business and populated }portions! of the city new dresses 141011 appropriate occasions.The :! diUicultics occasioned, by the invasion of (the persecuting spirit has its l1gilUorrllr

of $150,000) to commence the restoration 1-111 serious objection, it appears\ [ to be I1holitthe hoys: too, know the delight of shoiildoring water have I been I' quite overcome. in the( : of man to .loI O\CI'
of the Pensacola yard, the work11I)2 most ( location within the citylimits 11-vliiol intellectually in I.hl'
; navy eligible a gun, of 1 bestriding! a byciclc, :and of indulging his f'low''I'lIlnt' :
I which has] already commenced. The available for the purpose.Inwood I. sown opinions are in'
.I i is bounded (Iii the east by (the in other manly pursuits, I the onlydrawback .\ nIS.\: IIIIS Sf.NXY ITU.Y-X VfU5 1Ilull.lioll oll We know very well l how

people of West Florida naturally regard this Harlem river and heights: on the south 1 by to which Is that they cont money) .\:' \ ITS IIIT: OK IXTKUKST.To : fallihl'orn''t l are apt to behave wh,1 arguing

matter with great interest: t, and prefer tocon- Fort (icorge, formerly Fort Clear' View ; on lint because we have learned to appreciatethe the Kilituf of the : dlillr"I question of no great consequence.Their .

timic at the seat of government the able the( southwest: and west by 1)It5Vnshimuig:!! almighty dollar, we ha\e not, on that : Jllrol December I 6*], 18.sO.I little passions warming with I the dis '
wheel in itiOll. ton, %l'llollallli Tryon, and on the north by X.\'ul h.u.\ ('USiOI, they pass from argument to abuse, "
hand which has set in
account t Ill'collleIa'l's to it, and we may I write from the city of Naples, which, and, at
I n wool Hill! it is! what i is:! more familiarly t they each other hard names,
Again, the influence of this! Senator lilts beenshown known the I Parade (i iround, having onetime safely believe that the hearts of our young iyiiugas! it docs on its beautiful bay, with itI'oluialiul lat, 'al begin to. pound each other. Most[

in the prompt action he has )procured been selected! by the park conimisHion-:: folks: are as t true as ever, their instincts as of > \ place of much in people I imagine: must have had experiences
and Seneral Shalcr for that ('. It :oo.ll\.I'41 of this sort in their childhood. I
; ) ers pllrpo
1 the Senate appropriation what i is
Iiy, byan ) their npproeiptioii' inhabitants ofO"l'l.k
extends from ]) 'ckmlln street to :211th.streetand ( generous fn'lt tl tl(! tour t The are n' when quite little boy, coming (\
tho erection of a custom-house at Pensa lies between :Sherman: avenue and the straightforward, and simple, and loyal as I" origin, 1\111 t their vivacity and gaiety oll.t.:! I schoolmate over the question

cola. Th-3 various rivers and ]harbors on the Harlem river. It contains about two hundred keen as: it ever was. And Christmas, now I present I !singular contrast to the Ho- whether :-Napoleon Il'alWI'I the battle of

jute coast require improvement, and other and lil'tyacrcs! which are level or gently more than ever, is the time to test :such (feel mans: whudillg'i to t the )bearing and '. 'lau.'I! I 1'11" in the scrimmage
undulating.! It i is nerved with gas and grave and 11 the alfair is a quarter) of a century -
interests of importance to that section" needan ings. It is the time when from every side I of t their forefathers. Jood nature : that I
Croton water. It I I is I thought by competentauthorities dignity ( old I am ready to confess! ( fought
ubic rep\'en' t8tlVC III \VUS1 llillgtoH. There to be easily accessible by railroad. appeals are made to Us ; the time when we and tolerance toward each Otl\1 arc especially on the wrong side-..the battle (.1' Ulraii was

are many excellent men in Florida who and \'I' transportation.: \ :It i i i.s: eleven miles! can all I, each in his own way, do something to be observedamongthehumblerclais-: not much of a victory, after all Now the

would their best exertions to advance from the City Hall and I is not yet reached to make others happier. Kven their spirit which prompts a dlilto pound hi*
; rate them
give by the l'1c\'lll'llmill'oullol.: but undoubtedly at any (':-I. One may !see I !pushing way companion who resists Ilm argument isidentical
the interests of thnt'ctiOHU1111 of all secI would be shouldthecxhihition beheld on it. those: who cannot give in substance canspare through their narrow streets, (elbowing each with the h prompts
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is do/.en drives .1 J! .1..1.1. .1 n.. ." : .1. iii-iti tit f"i1imitiittn. .. lnirii. nr .ntlir..>r.
\t tions pf the State. It no disparagement.to : There. are, however, half a ineir nine- ami- irouoie ; umi- im-n- .unkindly inner, nUl un"1 JOKCS wun ., 2114111 I. t.IItI .IlItII" 'IItI I JtIIII "S

to them that the )people) should prefer to either h completed or near completion, I bywhich words, :LJJllI1l'cll.lIl\Il I thought:" more greatest good"X"IlgllH I hUlor. To obtain I a perfect wiie put down and injure his neighbor who
the I which h<',
t the grounds: be reached from the refuses to reverence things
,I' continue that l'nl"itioHollewhohll4" shown! citv. The tenth avenue may! is completed 1 I to the precious than gifts, and equally pleasant: view of t their net i h'(! out-door life toni-ts himself deems !111 The more we reflect

hU: JitnetM! for the place, and has: earned high point( of the blufl! south of the site and will both to those who give and t tho.se who take. would .11 1 \\1 to put their watches and upon it the \or !hnll.c convinced that t

honor and a el1 expression of esteem! as I be ('ollth1\\'llnrO\ll1C1 t I I 1 Fort (;Jeorge avenue to Day) by day as: the dear old festival draws in their pockets and I'oI'ul at hotol the feeling sale in the two -
F.lcvcnthavenutiand h in the latter it i is accompanied
,, an, able, discreet wise and judicious Sena Eleventh avenue.Audtibon New avenue avenue, which are already nearer, ml.torieR and 1I-O'latl.II": cluster dowl (the ttrnttt q i j>tt)>nla (strata meaning and cases tisgui-I..1: by other fl.'lng1'l. Now, what

tor. laid out, will completed, and from round usVo: are a year ol.hr (than wi !street.) At night I double range of illuminated i is t feeling I h'ut I the .1ipo"iiol to domineer -

1 'Wo: bcliovc the people of West, l"lorillul- the 'point of intersection !shown on (the were, and though a year: is but short: time stalls, covered with fruit and \'(. ca- to assert one's OWI ll\'iolat. at (the

sire the rejection: : of :Senator:; Jones, 11I\11urI map, to the fairgrounds{ a boulevard will be h in itself, yet but a 'few years: go to (the making L1"ljlIIS.hou.l'; with their s.toyes and fireplaces I expense) C of neighboring -a disposition I 1'
characteristic of the
to have their wishes! rc'isvctetl.Ve made. llroadway is now a boulevard all I if'a I life.I "'0 are a perceptible t further on which are frying-pans ready for eminently
( entitled the way to t the ground. and the' ridge road 'o1'1 I brute and of the savage, but less: and less
.bdie,'(', moreover, riiat the I'l\lIl'e feeling preni1utn ]leading! through :some of the. I finest: )private t removed from ouryouth, with il many- the macaroni, I favorite dish, of the Neapolitans I characteristic I of man as he becomes more and

_vans_ nrcturn UH till "ui-.I.u"iis.. ,
1' ; ; it"i;; ; fjblu. of the wolf ami thelamb
to the Senate would be acceptable to tod.1I1Ii: can i be found (' ('. nearer t to the last rest of all I, which those t wares and the 1IIIIh',1 sellers of the same, remembering: .
The! elevated railroad I I otllcials say that I I -remembering that a strong;: ,ill inever i-
I all parts of the State. with two roads to t the place they can I land n'llINI1'It dread whose life has: hl'l'l hLtllIllVle(11tL"O and (the crowds which come partake) ( and at a loss fur reasons, and I that no OIH

;tuioo, \ \I )persons: an I hour i on the grounds. The they have made ]happy and I.rig' enjoy i render it a scene of life and Illl'I''lt1 is more thoroughly the dupe of (the fa No

TJ1L EltVCATlOXAL JtlLL. Hudson I River road on the west! amid thwNcw- the lives: of ltlLI.' '$. Christmas may change Like other Kuropean cities Naples : reasons 1Ial tl man hi'inisclt'trIo i is under -
- of this bill was to YO'k'lIll':1lulI: the vast, by carrying trains: and Christmas. inWashington The Via and I the ('(Pitt .1' strong pa:. iol-n'\l'm-
The professed: purpose its customs and habits I jirti.0 I HUla '
1 url.tolatl bering thi has the to
of t twt'l'IU'i: (each can land:\OOllnn) hour one key a c:1'1
I.I carry out the suggestion/, of President Hayes! more. These, with the other roads: : connecting In this year of grace ixo i Is Victor Kinmamicl are (the two I finest streets. of t the history of -l' ulillll. The paradox,

t of devoting, (the proceeds of the public lands and with t the steamboat facilities: will strangely_' unlike (.'liristmnuistis: it was enjoyedin The Itoma divides the city into two equal as f'gil'I't the "benevolent persecutors," I.

to tho education of the illiterate masses! iI render it an ('a,,y matter to trauport111,004.1) t the days of t the (first I President and his: I immediate parts ; it is (the great thoroughfare, extending :paradox no longer. It becomes explicable

our pcofle. The sum which may be expected or even and:'JOO.Ooo; back: persons which! II is 11ato precisely the fairgrounds tin successors, but the t human: side of from the lahwc to the Mu"ciim, the how doing a man Churtt may service sincerely, \\'bill.lle\ I believe is himself in realityol tobo

: I I tobu realized from the s-ale of public problem the, committee on site have undertaken the festival, its interest and its .tltlil'-I.: Hroadway c.t Naples.- The Iial(public gar I >>-yinr'n. in.piiNc which, in an ultimate

J. ,la'Hl;; ie obout two millions of dollars per to solve.- The tiuuth. t'laiUwhalg11 Our (' : tot den.-) along the sea shm re are iiiuirii frequented analysis, i neither domineer more nor Icf-s than theimpulse

The bill passed devotes only the with and with the return (the fashionable people. to (\1 one's fellow-crea-
nnm n. as: chango our fa.hioI1'l. ( by t tUt'-I. Thl". t though the plea of mistaken
interest of the sum nt1 )per ('('nt., which Till::: IWUCATIOXAI* ItlLLTASSLIt.ITS of Christmas have again returned all Here, i in the long summer evenings, the benevolence may now and then I by properly

wluld make (the available\ amount\ to be annually \ that I I\ our younger days made Christmas, rich costumes: uf the ladies and dlih1l'llll urgl'llu ('XIIUtilllf certain .special atls

disbursed only $su,000. The amendment IiovIsLiNs-ANLM.tTPO: :HKIUTK.nXll\1EXT: ox: TIIF gatherings occasions to be long anticipate t the mn,>ie ((0 military band plays from nine I 1'rl'l'Uliou. it cannot excuse, rI''lliol.
.UIEXI' Ir.X'N-TII.: TKLLFIt I or oh"l'url the fact that its i-
proposed ,by )Ir. Teller of Colorado. I.O.VT IIV .\ TIt VOTK.WAMUXUTO.V :. Ulo utl'ectionatcly rl'11.mhl'n',1POI till \l'\1 in summer, and th'l twutill five largely due to a slow mural prln.-tl,111uitiol a

and strongly supported hl'utor\ Jones I December! 1;.-The Educational in winter), make :1 fairy scene. E\I in December divrease I in ..ll-a"l..ti"l. I a concomitant
I ( Hill the Senate:: at six.iO'hOt'k conitKsi'oxnuxvi:. increase in :10
WI1:4I':1-11'1l'II1\ 1:1 ,
was to UivMo the whole amount rC'l'h".tau111I111y this: evening. 'Ihe only amendment! tX the gardens look gay. I: people.Very, u-jicft rilt. of other

r il1b -t'uII of the interest. The amendment lit' importune is that proposed by Senator rniiosornv I FOUFKF.M-H 1,1:1". M. n.: Undoubtedly t the mbst( I'autiul'il'W: of closely connected with this inoru

I !prevailed in the' committee of the )Morgan providing' for (the instruction ot \H U:\, A lloU'EKS.TIIK Naples are from the Ulll'l of Calnuldola, I root \.1 the persecuting! spirit in men- arrogant

3 whole, b'lt.1: the final% vote there was a tie women i in the state agricultural colleges I in >.tI'uln.t'W4 UKTWEKX 1rt\.TO"TII'J; : AXIFUtM'K. Castle of St. Klmo, and l from (the terraces I :el.a..l.rtllll. I.- intellectual root in
industrial TI' tL tSli.\\11
I such branches of technical : You the : : one's own opinions
is and St. are
lust. It quite balcony
If U"-lmlli.11
I ul the anu-ndment was lartil'll'ul\'IIt
tinprovisions '
ar education! as are suited to their sex. Uy : di-po-iiion' to domineer
proliabJo: that! this amendment will prevail : of the! bill I the proceeds of I the. :>:1ll'It' 7'o Hit }:lill'; ttftlte Mirnif : ha\e from these ramparts. tL I Naples' its it over r"ll' t'dllw-lwl-t", make him t.bev

: in the H-i'i-e wh'rIw \\\.- and South, ( public ]land and (the earningof: the : : December 1J, 1 11 ') W'f' lying at your ft ft. The beautiful bay, ;, you or as.st'iil to jour opinions, whether 114

%vf.Ich have a l.irger proportionate. representation Patent olllce are to ho funded at1 per cent :I I 1.l.'ltSl higher education lit' the bland, Mount[ '"'stiVitLvhthi its burning will or no- i.only an evane.-cent! (,111.
in (
divided the slates The debate on I
fluId I the interest among: to if he
r the .Senate:; will doubtless: actin liul.xiin rrattr on your left and a. far as the til 11"11)lllon 1.11111 illh'rl'1 in
: proportion to their t illiteracy.The I in the t"I..tChr11) unji"o any way wih t the accomplishment, (. yourp.nrpoe
L concert. The constitutional! question\ hast : measure is Ill'il.tIll'l1'xdn..I'I'h., for gir..l _.. .._S'._..... 1..lw. .-.i> til Due. III' Ilrojilio- amM. l- eye can r'udl. long lines of villagi On 11 I 'II Jll'. very Mime_ diminnti.m.n._...jy
b? n nuV: :h to the I power of Congress: to the benefit of the colored nice in the :South. H.l. Jules I Ferry, a> to whether Ilrl philosophy the eastern coast, the ruins of the ancient I hl t the\ 1IIIl'I'of military activity, attendant -
.1I"l'Us.IIHWtL" \
within the .stateThe the most notable feature\ of t the i city of the ) and ofSrrentu. i upon ( "I f men into great and
exercise MsOH'r th,' Teller'' amendment. I. to l''ll..i. ttll"l.fIU8 .
I % that in regard I to ought illl.1l'lln Ih'urrk"I i-Minplex i .liticalNHietiishich( we found
t answer 1 bm been given that it 1 b a u-e of This provided( that' tV proceed. lum of the .system. The 111l' It i> the beauty of these Ml'nl' to explain! the decreasing atrocity of ivrs'ecutiun -

.JI'1'>I'Y for the public good, and that Congress tliem-clves of the land I !olhullll patents made several unflattering remarks us to )11 which gave rise to the ".I,'ilg. Sve :--iulll' : explains: Olsil the ,1"I'rca.ilJ, vitality
for 111\111101 the interest, should L\ givt'ui to the and then. ,lIt'." i ..f its mural 'foundation
tin *:*\\'&'( to donate WJiiey which t hut \ to
| manifestedin Ferry'.rvligiiiiu opinions .11i"'IIti\I'! .
I fii-lina was
MateConsiderable domineer .
t IxMiviluIii! puiposes.The regard to this matter. It wa ut>,:,..1 with th'mU. on .rising to reply, ivquited 11'I I Mount Yll1iu.; ItalllJ solitary il Its j. The.' weakening u\'r ule';. of. thea-sun.ptloii- tf | .
thai the South the education force that tlll'l'olur''lll''UI'I<,., through; ; \ awful grandeur, ha. for the U$ two : M.rauiiulity
1 fact ut much ( senate t" k:1l out of the questimi tlI.10 1 II in (HIV s IWI(opinion is i manifest. -
or the \r.: ,\Jl'\.l rai-B 1 jo* I thrown almost entirely tin fault of their own are now in a condition conidcr hh public ai-tions. M. Ferry !; months-, iown sign* of unu-uul diMurb- I I ly a''acon-cqucncc uI'Ihiv "ame 't uf fo-7iHfw."
from only
to need t the benefits to lie derived I j uii.tNiit since l"7i, of tbeini (lug t'aLLcs. WhlIIIUJ life N
the f.xtrcmclysimple
addition to clause\ wllt'l I
; in of (the IlU I
I. .1.I:1i1I: th) white )people. this HWI1CIllUdl. more than future generalions explained that the object Wll arid nuinotonoiiconiiino
cJiu-atiM') of their own children., makes will il 'l'tl \\hiU-ou the other hand I, to pn>M-nt moral Ihi.stphy to youthful :.i habitants fled h'rr"t-.trkkt'l frumiuicini- ,. few ('xlori\'nn.lhal i I arc j ( of vtrv; .
and) ..great interest the money will not I "uidc (heirstt'Ps I i ty, huts emitted vnluuait' Mitukci : l when is. 1'frlotUfCil't-
4 such aW.)? cipctial importance : the upon such a ml'r LS ) i "m.t ejl ; one not "nt'l compelled t<. ttt
biMiorit! to he Smtbern:; people\ 1111in\ tILL iii. amount to i-iiough to confer any several appreciablebenefit through life. He explained! tlt1' the( !i and lava i ii tll'altll' uf one.own' ,'ulldu\l.ns\| ,
ycur' i .
until the' '! :
jii'wt qlL\11".bn.\ to the West.Tin t. iiiK'nitionii,, shall \\Irol'l't..l''\. t.itei. ". Tliiamendment (\1111'1101 i: luitttion proitostil fl) tn"tl> 'itltnentsiif i j The l'IIll' buil.ImgIn Naple are tlc ,lon\* 'th1 other with peoplenvf(the \( : ( .., .
whih .
was a bplt..l; in the e.nnmittoa honor, jK-rsonal re--pivtt.lK-dkmx'. !I Palace and National )hl>uJ. The' Palace i iI I Sllt, \'lit',. OIU1 llvt} amil fruf rt"l'group

; r.uiivAV or IMMHIKATIOX.tl I tif the whole, but wu... U...t by senatoroted u tie vote little to (lit' law., .levotion to tho country and duty I I i b I magnificent) building, richly dtvunUtxl. ':I If i U-lii-U, ,'I.t"l. ami uhstrt-iuiti.it ** '>
of the Nun: tiul :Senate. The following; marble and tluit lire ie\er
with fctutiu
\ 'ho! fxivption into the ot' the young.M. painting by the brought into ''ttimpari-on
tho bill : Jonas, towardtiod, liwk
the. final iw-siigiMif I ( ,
It t..rrl I"-lml'lIb. and the KtyWitt ininpoii( ..... Uro Iie : tirst artist( .an' ll.rhul. m evterminatiuLwarfaru. )
I'm Il'i | McDonald\ } I. :SaivUbury. Vet, \ rhtv;> and t. Ferry obrvtd that the IhuH\l : with

; Decrat the new )pampblft of tho Williams. to think that no monil education l'cr.. as WI.I\'"fuhJt 1 with king* i p..iuhtlottett$, :titirllJ. i i.noticeable im.umil.r, that .nt''tuehs.

f' dl\lli i'.mcr ul'l"\fS to meet with very Senator J-inas "aM U .i "' imvpondt'iif. ut tll''ar't1 that l.fl'ulllid"mI'l> |Ill"* I j many yiiirs Ill, and I'ineeUruntha 1 been I UllllllIrl' 1 lormed 1 with great promptiu
mil I'ftrt and the Tfi'time that he- thought I III' llhl" : :11 ()nce formal '
Se's i'a-sanloin
'the'f no luj.jjcr toje I.I wlil are unthanie-abl
., by rtlaur -
g.:'lel"o1t, a1>1'l"l\"I.I.! been weakened by be striking out of the rible, raWng a .torni f Snaiguatiun ct.rl'ah'l. these un' the ,' .
ili vritic V.' 'in tn lit 11 ortill' J.tlNI jK inu oftfcf Teller amendmwit and in thatt'..rm vtt* will longer l be inhibit- in I i tlrtade, we will not dwell "'1 IIJ"11"4:.'. I ( conditions ull'r wliitli the
nmi ..i to give other senator I : ,; 11 I i is KLT ? ..aIr..r'J" (t, tho d.it.r.
i>ani!!>HU't in the. f"l : "* ui practically wort hit** The he that quarter tu st-lie oon-'i u%. L)' tit' The .Iuetti.i very intere iiii; Many 13nwtt.r tic m tiK wivu '.Ii
-.L..fu..u. t ret'* iu 1 Duval county, are understutHl tu have voted" ut:1tIl"'t: I wiled *,. "ji'vttiit'fl.. fuynj in iho in I ,' (: yoi'Jn
at one flrc tXtuniliuJ ri'it
"I,- tiui. hll1lH.'t LII"l'.f the pro| .'iti(in that the jr-n- 'l.ht' j.urieuilv wa un. 10'U1tN
I whj!., U. ) .r.;.,." lliiII IJIJJtI! I" ulI"l'rillgJ t-ral jjpiwrnmvnl would sndor\ H JIMW M'll\l fr applying. the epittu-t .li \l* 4a$ t t' I IDl''U )l lh'nulalt.U. anliibit 'l :I\dtu ihtaiig" (Imp tl1 Ihal t you ltuntt-r.co ilt.) twhr 9' f1t

'* iUt ix'tVi< .I';f'f-.h ligurcs taken: by the. l'lnn' lI\\'r' t lie 'hlt..t' .i'teiiU'' "' .,f |lu-' )hItitteri'r Pu 4U-lttMirnfU ... ;uu3 .'f1J.- tl'. \Ut,tbe sert Zhuau4 t I; 4 ILt.---.V4'N'A"1 1'1 T.i tihIu1. w
l- -. rf'"' tlw Uultl"1! EU'U'Sm'ur : >> ,tatv". ..
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AN ACCOUNT\ OKII the entrance lies 1.'urt't.: Mark's( so ",,111'11frolll <:roeerles! and Provisions.A. '
: .\ 1'1' I' I, O It I I* A the river it lies upon ; this'i fort i is a regular PHICES

WITH _\ quadrangle, with four I bastions a ditch It. xovis.:
AT 1'111: roiTi.Ait Uncoons norsi:
.Jo..r..I.KI.I'T fitly feet wide, with n covert-way, places of : AND) SHIP CHANDLKI)( !.

: 11V arms, and glacis : the entrance of the gate a.IOl'EI

Jells fl \niutal:: ; OK 1'1111.\1'.1.1" v, 1 U defended by, a raveline ; it I is ca''e-matcd Im:\t.IIm ix: -J &: T. iYDID.:--

P.otanMto )UN(i Majesty( t all round, and: l bomb-proof: the works are = .
Provisions.! Liquors! EEC: !
for the Florida: ; ---- .
entirely of hewn stone, and being! finished

Journey 'from riiiNA St.: Augustine according to the modern, taste military .\ : KOH U. F. AVK1JY: CO.'S PLOWS.CK.XTKK DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HOOTS AND SHOES,
architecture it makes: : a very handsome appearance
the.: Hi'crt.:\ John. t11'111
up) and may be, justly deemed the \ AM I'AX('\' 111)1)111.
: : :STRKKT; \
I'rl'ttil'fort in the king's dominion I II I
The of \ .- tf ; : ( : : ) (, AT 1'1ll'J'WHf'J: ::i ( ( .
Sold hW.. Nicou. I :\ '* town :St. Augustine{ i is situated Dear >2. 1"lm .\\XtX.\)( FLA.JIKS. JL CANNOT IMM'NDKKSOLD.Iargo : ) .

Church-Yard ui't'ii, .. the glacis of the fort, on the west side of the --- -

Charing-Cross. harbour ; it is: an oblong square' : the streets: : .' .\ X X I.: ci'Aitiii::. shipments of I-'AM AXI WlVl'im: coons received weekly

[Price :Shilling-.I \ ] are regularly laid out, ami intersect each .:#Wholesale and Detail: Onion: l h y mail receive prompt attention.New .
other at right angles: they are huHt narrowon rpIIIUD:) ST., HKT.: (' :xl'InI.t'IIl'.\, York OI1'1'J. J A ,',. M1 v l) i) > N'.K.: ('or. Centre and Third,
1 .; \ { <
.S Walker
purpose: to a I lord. shade. The town is ( l ,j lo'l'rllnlltilllJ.'II.,
St. Juan's, now l'lIlIcllt.:\ John's river, lies above half "FKIINANDINA: ) I.'L.I'UU .\.,
mile in
a length regularly fortified '
40 miles southward! of :St. Mary's( ; the tract!
with bastions, half-ha"ttomis: and ditch' ; S A NIK) UN & HOYT\ I
of land between them con-iKt: of plains covered : : IN TIIK:
besides these work it has another fort of for
with pine" those plain are called in
; : tifil'lIlioll"l'r singular, but well adapted' Choieest! l-'rnils! and Ve ;elables.CONFF.CTIONKIUKS. :SKCOND\ : ) :STKKKT.\ : : : NKAI: CKNTIJK.:
America harrens
1)inc- : or highlands: contradistinction
e aguit 't the enemy the :Spaniards\ had mostto I N'1Iu1t3511I.lxmi: mT: \11.
to the swamp* and low lands:
fear : it ell .i N of'-everal rows: of palmetto I ; : :I ::\. Kir.IMiss' : .
We 'find a striking difference betwixt the GROCEKS; SHIP: CUAXDLERS: ,
trees, planted very elo.se along the ditch' ,
pine-barrens::! of Florida, and those to the
northwards: ; the pine-barrens to the northwards up to the parapet: ; their pointed leaves are I : (arden; :Seeds: Flowers. Kami and AM I>K\I: .Kits: I.S I }

I so many chuvauv de frieze, that make it Garden Implements.\ 7tf
entirely .__* tit V'__ __
from the poverty of the soil, do not M'c__
impenetrable: the two :southern iris, I IIAV I I COIIX | OATS IlltU'lt I I I
answer the : of clearing.The J I j I/K': I
necessary expense J ll.n. '
tions: are built of stone. In the middle of .\ \<; II: < &v I.'It II:\ n. J .
V ,
closeness: of the trees hinders! the grass:

the tow n is: a spacious' square called the: : t
parade ---
from growing under them, so that large tract t : towards. "I > AKKIS: !:; AND) CONFKCTIONKKS: ): : : ,
i i2ItiIy
the bottom
of land are no further useful than to make open : ; at .\ 1.1:11101'0:( : :; ( '" OF FPIXI'I'lJIW: : : ( ,\ \':-\ ON HAND.FUllCHGOTT .
of this .<''ll1al'b the gon'I'lIol"111111'1'. !
pitch ami tarhereas: in Floiid.i\; as the l'II"WE:
the apartments ot'wlaid are spacious and
trees stand nt a greater distance: and both suited. to the rlim-ite (:roeeries.,, Cigars"- and liaeeos.!
: high windows.
tic U""V*."I"1 .. .ti.n..<.1..i1n\ihi. .." arc mil V ni.- .fn. ..i.m(.tilt... tliilli tit,.. a I II .BENEDICT & CO.
.I. balcony III front, and galleries on both. sides ; I I ,

the northwards, the pinc-han'cns a re covered to the back part: of the louse is joined aton.r TOXII:\ FANCY AKTICLKS.Weddings : :::. .

with good grass: of a perpetualerdiire..
railed America a luuk-o11t, from
In passing through this part of Florida. which i is Kntertainment.s: and Picnics: SOlllh"I' '
I tjicie an cxteusiyt'prt'L('(' towards ( 01'111'1' of Itu.i tutu I'ino tilrt>1'Is.!
we find those plains; : frequently divided by furnished at the :shortest: notiie, at rock-bot
the sea. as well as inland. There are two I.
the swamps above mentioned whit being tom prices, at
churches: within the walls of the town, the ANIJKL'S: II.\I: I-ty: : ,
full of forest-O'ees diversify the aspect of the
\ parNh: church a plain. building, and another Centre t street: '

country, :as they 'lorm, !many thick woods. belonging) ; to the convent of Franciscan! : I ji:: 01'1'.01111'. I O.) nuilding.fir JACKSOXYILLH, .FLORIDA I '

The bwamp- Ire from half a mile to a mile
friars, vvhiih( ( K coineiled into barracks' fir,, 'I' K Yfi
broad, and from two to t five miles long ; the tN'
the )garri on The housesnre built of !freestone
depth of the water i is various, but is such .
: commonly to ,tol'il'Idgh: t wo rooms OFFIU: : <11I:1-\1'! !: : 11.\1:0.\1\-: : :; IN
that in travelling they are usually: rode 4 LOII.MANN'SFAMOl'S: : :\
I upon a lloor, with largo; windows. ami balconies 1.11.
without much .
through dilliculty.From ..
before. the of
: entry most 11ft the houses
:St.\ John's: river southwards to :St.\
runs a portico of stone arches t the roofs ': -
Augustine is VI'15 miles) the country i is much ; DDDDDDDDD) ) I iu11u: I: ; : \' Y Y\' l/O;< ;< ;< ;< ; ooo)( ( (ooo) ) ) I DDDD I I )) sssss: ::\:\:\:;

the same as: has been' just described. but not toe commonly fiat. The :Spaniards\ consultedconveniency : lre|_ared I'loiir. ) ) ) ) ) t Iu1I1: : ; : ; \' \' YY (;(< ;illllCil< ;< ;< ;< ooooo ooooo) DDDDD) ) :ssssss::\:\: :\:\

more than taste! in their buildings DD) 11111:1/ : : iU: : YY YY
quite) so good( the swamps being neither :so ; time( number of houses in the :Spaniards \ DD/ 1)1)hiih I I: : : \' \' Y lilt< ;< : (oooooo) OODD) I DD) :ssssss\:\:\:\: :

, I frequent! nor so largo.( time in the DD) DDDDDDD 1:1: : IM: : YY <111; Will;< ;< : (oo) oo) oo) oo DD DD) ss::;
Before we speak of :St.: Augustine, it will and within the ONLY \FIVK: CKNTS' : : PKI: POUND ( ) ) ) IM: : 1:1: : YY (cccccc; : j(; ; I ooooo( ooooo) (DDDDD) )) sssssss:\ :\ -
linesv. nliMvo 1,1111 ; many of t them. DDDD)) ) ) Kl: : lU! YY ; ;< ; ;
be' proper to take some notice of the river :- t..loam's epedally in the suburbs' hring built of wood (Ii'
tho principal river of this province
pnl'iifM.i: Ifivos, are uutvgonmludecay. The.
in point of utility and beauty and not inferior inhabitants of all colours, white, negroes, (;i-tf AT OLD 1'. O. lil'II! .UINII.

to America.. The of this ++ +++
any source -- +HFJLOOK -
mulattos, Indians, Ac. at the evacuation ofSt. ++, CARPETS i\IATTINGS\ :tHH *+
river, which i is not exactly ascertained, i is in ii. i':. OTTIICIK: : + : : +++:
: .\u iMinc, amounted( to ;,7isl the garri
all probability near the capes: of Florida ; it
passes! through five lakes, the lowest of them a mile from the town, to tho west i is a line l, KUNANDINA: : FI.OIMDA) : 1 J
is called 1 the Indians the lake it i is
by ; .
with a broad ditch and bastions' : running OIL (UL'I'IIH ..n'"rINI'V ISIIAIES.V
a 1) miles long and 13 broad: lists eight feet M.M.IK'; : IN f..,
1'1'011Ir.:: Scbastian'sercek to :St.\ Mark's( river :
water ; there are several i islands in it, and it
a mile further another fortified line" with flue I'untila' <: r o e o rIcs, !
is now called lake Jcorge; ; it is: 170 miles
some redoubts. forming a second ('UIII III 1111 i- V f
from the mouth of the river. In going down .. : ..
'ationbetweenitstomeuta fort. upon St.' :Sebastian's \ \MI ;, I i.ATixr: Novimis 1 ) : ( ;:" IN '.1. .: -
V :
from hence the tint Kuropean habitation ii 1
: river, and foil Moiii the riverSt.
)(1'. Sprtlding's' an Indian trader's store Mark's.Within upon PUO; VISIONS.( :\ I : _t!::l i: .. : 'j ji ;:, .'

house15: ; miles lower is Mr. Ill settlement ( the first line, near the town o'astl 4-+ +4 14M.4+_- ++ ++ ++ ++ i+ ++ 4+ +4 ++ ++ 4+,. 4+ 4+ 14 _+*.. 44r--..-. +4,. ++

Mr. nolle'; the whole I is: 15 miles distance, and from the country the lake between to- small church settlement of their of. (I'pon!ernians:St.,Mark's who had river a, (Customers rely upon getting CIIOICK: 1 I 44i i::I: DRESS GOODS, SILKS, CASHMERES, I:H:

the discovered! : yet upon the river. ,(
-" "
The fruits and found in within the same line, was also an Indian iOODS; :\, a* :;; +* ** ++ ++ ++ +* +* ** 4+ ++ ++ .H. ++ ++ +* +* 44. 44. 4>'"?t*' 4.off -
tropical : plants: are "'
town, with a church built of fn'l.-tolll', the 1++ :;
I -f-
great abundance, and afford the strongest! + ft ;
steeple i is of good workmanship anil. taste,
evidence that both, the soil ami climate are NOTHINU: r lilH': 1'111: Fl.NKST: ::; II :''p
though built by the Indians : the lands he- CLOAKS
tit for sugar: l'ottOlllllleUgo, and other "-l. t- FLANNELS.
longing to this town-Jiip, the governor( has
India Mr. H01l1"-Iplalltation is
gin'lIl1i glebe-lands to the \parish church.Tlie are kept III slot k. FpI
well situated I on the eastern banks, and is the .
- -- --
lal1l111bolltugll..tinl', in all,,,
appear1I101 \
most' considerable upon this: river which is I the \i'tirvt n _... ill tint. ruyi."...',.*. .f...i .\'ct fir <[L.. VIST. n. "nITI : | /. (OFIt) I UiM'ii l>c| iirliii<>nl i is ( 'O. "'I.I.'II': :: IN KVKUY: : : KKSPKcT.: :: :

here very narrow ; -'J5 miles' from Mr.( Hollo's: from bring iinfiuitful ; it c.produces two- crops I <'. .t' .'<>., iUKAT( ; : !' CAIEI'lH': : :SAI.K\ : coinmc-nceil 1 on the ,1st of this {{{111tH.. Over 5OOililhrent

downward, I U Piec-olata. a small fort with a of Indian corn a year ; the garden( vegetables Impoitcrs/ and Wholesale Dealers' in designs! > of llrus<'<>N anil "'0..1 <'arM'ls arc now o He red ntS

garrison, the river is: here three miles broad.
: are! in great( perfection ; the orange and

The bar at low water i is nine feet deep its :, lemon trees grow' here, without (cultivation foreign anil nOIIlI''oIlI'! '1' HIC'I'LY' X O lt'I'Ii.EItN PII1C1 I :4.
channel to lake ; i is much deeper
up ;
too larger si/o" \,1'OllIl"obl'th'rfl'llit. \ than
the breadth is very unequal from a quarterof in :-\I'llillor\ Portugal. i iOl'l'o"ito I'rnilsiils: ('tc.// NICK: lirssii.S! : : : : 1'.111'171trot: : { 75H.. upwards to $..IO. I i

a mile to three miles. The tide rises at I wool, ('.\ 1:1'1':1'fa'OIl: : :; i5 rlI.' (to Mi.' 5.
to the town 111'-1.:; A11g11stimme, lies Nos. ,Vi, .r>7 and .,!1 1.1I."ttrc'd." :: .
the bar from five to eight feet and two feet the island Anastasia. ; this island is: about IIAI.F-WOOI) cAin-irrs: from :ioiw.. up.

at )(1'. !bolts though; li": miles from theca 2" miles in length;: and divided 1 from the CHAKLIXroN.I: : :-11; 1'1'11 CAROLINA.Consignment : [ l.atc-st designs 4.ot' FANCY MATTINJS.' ( :\ llt.st Bradtn (White and I Checked.IVimlou !.

There are neither shallows nor any rapidityin Shades madu. to order--mateiial in all colors. (In
main lam: by a narrow channel, cullc.l3lutania ( :..?'- : of riuimivsolicited lIu\sIOl., ordering"; simplystate
the river ; the ('lIrf'lItlIwill to the !fiat- river, though in reality, 111111I'11101' the and prompt returns Iliac h.. 1cl;; -mitt color and. dimension. (COUNICIvS: (( ; 'I.\ )II'I'O) ; OUDCH.; : : FINK' LACK; : CIMJTAINSot : :;

ness of the country, i is very gentle, and \t- sea : the soil 1st/lit indilTercnt : at present it ----.----..-. -- -- 'I new designs.Itiil! .

:.scKmay: go( tip the river almost: as easy as is used" for pasturage ; !but havingome: I K. iI.IITKIU11'1'! i
down, for :SHI miles ; there i is perhaps no reeks and swamis: ill several part, mitt} in .\Ii'r: .\ large lot of HKOSCLs: :; (: MATS, COi'OA I.T1111.1/! ( 'IW; IU Cl.OTHS' |IO-|:

.I river in the world more commodious fornavigation. time lie cultivated to :ulnlllll ,'. a'111LIrLLE \M> !:t.n II. I DI.IJINO:' ; FOI1:1'1:1': : : .

w \ the ) : : AND :-\TI'J\ ( K DKALKIJ:I:, /o Hold and U"ul'd.JlJ-IIUlI"'I' HOCIMTN will ,find ilingly l
.it north tnd of this i island i is a watchtower BL'T111:1 I our prices' cc -

.-1. Mark's( river takes its rise near the or lotik-out built of white stone, AMIOealer I ; rt>as"
mouth of :St. Johns river runs Irom north which also han.l 111ark for in Ice.TKNNKSSKK A, :;KS:; (while and colored). DoYI.II 4, NAPKINS: :\, CJtASIIKS: : : CJI\ ..; I.INKNS: :\, in
serve aa vessel
: ::;:\ : : IJKKF: : A : :
to south parallel with the 101'a. till it empties SI'I'I.t1'I'1'I I large).: varieties.
at sea. At approach\ of any vessels, !sig.nals )
i srU' into the harbour of :Angio-tine) : Blum Hrmlr11; '1If', ('iir,,<>/.. 1,111'NIII'' Ties. Sitli( 1I..cllu'rt'h.I'I-latt..t; designs' at I
are made from this tower to t the fort
from the tlatnev of the country there are ; a JI-tf! FKKNANDIXA.: : ..\. I 1 very rcti.iuahle 1 figures.ITJlNfTFIti .
few soldiers do duty there on that account.A ___ I
many nil mar>hcon Jotht-itlt'2olorthl'l'in'r. quarry IIi' whitish stone I N oppose to : : CHINTZ( and 111:1'1'IX'Y: :; TASSKUS: : liIMP and. KIM.Niil.TO : '.
almost to. its source these marshes. Stotes, mid Tiimare.OTICIITV I MATCH.JIJXTH1 I.
up ; may
Augustine, of which the fort and lumlI"(care 'l
IH easily defended from the thics, timid will I l ( : J'A:-;<:UIEr: :.<\. "DO|'>iKINH, JUANS.: CASSIMKISS! : : TOU ItOYS') : WI.'Al: :. r
built : t-toiiB quarries areery nine in the I i : : &v IIIOTIIIIC.Second : ,
make \'.-ry rich lands, cither for rice, indigo 1. CI.OAKINJS, MKAVKIJS.: : ::
southern parts uf America, which muk.es i ithii "t"Otli..I. .
or hemp. "'iti-l. IIPI"-i"'I"| ) LADIIX MI.-:''' '.oi' fXDJIUViaTS-all) : : '
of Ana.sta'ia the more valuable ; thestone aii Mxej.' nnd grad.from r..t IN. up (t.. ., !

W t n.,1c tu the li'trlniur of :St. Autfiistjiir ii nuiiifo-stly u eoncretion of Maall -- .1st. AI \oulot ,fKiD: FhANNi' :!, (FNDUUsiHIUTH: : : for (..wll.! ... .:ill" -r,,,\. t

which wlIlI,11Il of the best in
.1I1It" .hellsPctrihtsl ; itiIsoft-ttlrtlergrouudbat' ij i..- Our Gents' Furnishing Goods is in
America Complete Every nespect.h &t
were it not for its bar which will I Ijmseil
becomevery hard and durable by lieingev !
nut udmir vok'ls of great burden, a* it ho" to the air. N imMis) \iblf for 'us" to mention every aril le vvi have for sine' ) |but every imaginable :,!; ,

inn eight it-rt water. The burls surrounded I I, article usually kept ill a FHIVI'-CLASS i; .. )DltY: ooDS; J J-X 1'\ 1t1.IS11311\1'(: | |: can l tM'

bv br-aker, that have a formidable aplaruin Vi'LL OK AB-EXTF.:.."-Thd other day an ,I J found: in our Hou-- ." .

.. xvhi-n you enter it, but $i.,not .danger) J'ugli"limun: w'ui over tit Ireland I to see a I, ,/.., SMM'Ial allciiliun. paiil to Orders nun <' >ri-.'''iioudeiu-e.

"- it apK-ars'| on' account of the bar !J",- friend ot iii... who (i-in Irish landlord.) He Call ur add'"-> .

ill_' 'rt. ,sl,<,rtsince the government ha* Kaidthu! he slalluM like to offset one lie the '! 1..IU.IIf.U..I.. 1111:1114"1': : &v ('(.,

iipniu.l| a goM ph! .t. no.vo-st-ls havebieno Must ardent oj>j ontiit.of laudlonl, and his IU..UJU, Corner of May and pineSiritt}: ,*. t

: >i upon it. There I Ii it road; on the itm nortu*, friend referred him' to litvlllac Marks I v vtarl'IS -

',iI i .I"! tinbar, with #>(il smchorve. (>r tmith. who he ttaid. wu a gust( aoiijh fellow -
1 '". : i -' .:i1M:| a> draw too much water I" jj u but who ht .bei! fvej, mu-niplated

It' r'> i. i!::arlidjir. I .IIIMlute:, him ,shortly.. To tlie for.;t? lie took ----. -- -- ,

\ i. ;k ..l the, main tU1I'tutbe u rth.undi tdttsetf and the hlack..mith explainetl the :
I\TI.I: : :.. It.INI( .Ja: :". '
1 I'HUI-H'\I. NI'U-'I'UO.-U\I,
pomr! of \l1a..t;.l4 MdivJ to lliw m.utli. t.wruaj;" ...ll."lau,1.r(1 we not," lit ,aid, I I I 1'111'1"1'111:1:1: ItOSIlS. : nl'IU-,:lit,
,form :l1.! ntraiuv of the t11. Opiii ite tu ".ijtferinj: tnn ttb.ent *.. taking from I TIN ccn -ul.a-r.HOX. 11',11115.Jlilt1.1'11 1'4)1'Suud 1\'IU"Ua: : : :% 111uIJItStuu11'1.//11'Iul1'1..11'1'1.:

(: ,AXI i.T'tIT4T3IIJKIJ" : :. t ,
Ireland all the money that we cant 'Utolll iyjtu i !
I I' ; ti "< i-s.'ar11 olwt-rvis tdiU tlttfji'irtli i iI. --- r "
U > that we JUt U to continue" topay ) ;
\\.J l'
: I> ] ru. 1r': ri
'' .-- mil'the harli>Hir' on UK ..i or<*,, of I '. \i':\\' ASH ('IIOWJ' : \'HI"t'fU; ; Uu l E 1fr m i-ritli, t-aiiimt I In-tftactly axvrtaiu; f :-tun'JI: ills "bund iivv n. .' {

ih. i5iU tltrre ire thinly rt-gulatwl! l It y the! :plied the I':Jna Ii>h"1 I1). her ?th ?re are nwny u f-all. and cumjart our priivltft.. tlm*'* uf --

wmdi u tron>.; wr!trry! wind' will make j t tout I rt; idett landlordYwi are
>stV'ii.. and an tsistrrly wind PJ fast; I i answered: the Llat-I."ith; "I tnt..tak"fI"1( AMIIHT: i, IIIU\\II.I.: .
water up. ..11 tli.- bar of St. AujjU"-! at lowuutir ,''''Ullr.\.1.I1II1 I tit y.,u that it i U full of I IaL"h't'It fJ J Jol> PIMNTINt.: ;in ,\ t'r.t'l.|... nod I ut
(lowest ratiui XVJLLKJ :. "'J.TILE ..\.




DREAM Awn 'fT:.'fORr' I I
I -rOI\'NHlonul mill nUHln'HH Cards : warring Mad[ .
i\EKAf IHUECTQUV.United ue--1I,1L( '
; I
r. -- ItREVARD rot-NTY. Cullrcfof 0/ fcre+/+
Like a radiant cloud of morn, I>AHTllim C. I'OItl>, Similes Officers Co only .J"tlt/IJ-A Whitlock, City Point ison. of T'l.Ia-I'. D. Wa'&!'Iwol'th, MadMINVTFE ( 1.
Like dim Clerk-.\. A. Stewart, Titutville. .assessor
Like ix rose without n a thorn fane:; DENTIST, LAND OFFICE, OAINESVILLE. AMcntor f of Taxes-J. I). Stewart: Titusville. i'Ol1.: COUNTY.

Like a fountain without Rryiarr-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. tWatorof lel'CIIlle-l-. M. Platt, Lake Jcs- atce.SheriffIVnt. .
Like the moonlight's silver glem'n': Fourth St., bet Centre and Alachua, heccivcr-John F. Rollins, Gainesville\ sup, Orange County.biiprrinlemlcnt (' !''IfIC-1',. (" .u\lanatte
Like an Image in ; Surrryor-G'e wrrd-L. D. Ball, Tallahassee. of Schools/ -Alexander Tin- Clerhohl) >rt H. ( ril1ith, Level I
t a dall Lake C'. liaynlan, Fine
Arc the dreams of love. 48 tf FERNANDINA, FLAVM. 1>I 'TRICT ('1>l'UT. View. TIIJl8Ill.! F. Parrish(. 'l'arAJI. -
Juilje-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. (.t.\V fOUNTY. $('.'. (j" of

I Like sweet odors in the air; \ n. c. mmvii: ::, Marnhnr-J. H. Durkec, Jacksonville., County Judge, -\\'m. Peeler, Green Cove ri'h.' AYrcMarion( 0. Carlton,
I Like the light in Beauty's eye; a T*Philip Walter, Jacksonville. Springs! t Cul1rrtor of
I Like the sky at riENERAL t'crO.: A. Buddington Green Cove Pine I cvel.S.tperinklrknt. Seward
evening ere COMMISSION( : : MERCHANT: INTERN: RKVE.NfE.: : S oj lwol.-t.IX J. [ ,
Its aerial colors die ; l'rlll !4.

I r Like a solitary star, CENTRE ST., NEAR It. II. DEPOT, Collector-Dennis Engan: Jacksonville.lOLLECTOIW : S'criff-Jalll! "'. DcWitt, Green/ Cove Pine Level. :MARION: COUNT:
Burning steadfastly afar, OF VHTOMS.: Springs.
Are the dreams of love.it. FERNANDINA, KJ.A. flulV,1owell! Fernandina. .tR. emr of Tares-Win. Conway, Kingsley. Count y .hi Edward Hopkins( Jacksonville Collector of 1'I'ellllerill. S. Pluntmer, Cler '':''H. W. Long, Ooala. t
flay Corn John ii'. House St. Maxville.SuiterntendcHt. S/'rriJj"-l''. I). Pooser, Ocala.Issrssor .
*. Augustine. Cotton
r Like the mist upon a mountain ; J. M.( Currie, Cedar Key. of Scl'OIJls1. 1'. Geiger, of ,. somas
Like a shadow from a cloud ; A. W. COCKRELL, JNO. T. WALKER, COLUMIUV: COUNTY. I'lallt.Collector of AYreiiwe-Frcdcrick: 1 N. Foy,
Like the darkness o'er a fountain WALTER R. YATES. State OfliccrN.
7. Like a maiden in her shroud! 5 ; EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.Governor : County Ju Like / 10CKRELL Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. +
a meteor's lonely light), WALKER: it YATES:
l i Falling through the depths of night -George P. Drew, Tallahassee.rrmilent Sheriff-J. W. Perry, Lake City Fort McCoy .
i ( Arc love's memories. (COCKRELL WALKER I! pro tan. of fkimte-'\'. D. Barnes, Assetmr of Taren-L. "'. Rivers:Luke City. MONROE COUNTY.baorty
JackMonvit1.ttor"3H .' West.
< ,) Tallahassee.Secretary Baron Key
Collector of TUJTCS-Thos. Getzen, Lake ( .Iudge-Chas..1./ \\ ,
; Like a dream from which waken of f Mate-\\'. II. Rankin, Talla City. Or*'-John :Sitcher; Key West.
Tremulous with dark emotion we \. and JoiiiiKcllorM hassee.CrnnltrollrrCulunpbus. Sujterintciitlrntnf School! *-Jllliu!'1',dliner!' .'crUT-Wct'r'l! :' Curry, 1 Key \\tt.rAtem .
Like a heart forever shakenOn ; : Drew) Tallahassee.!I Like City. >r <>f Tiuw-Walfer! C. Maloney( Jr., r

the waves sorrow's FEKNAND1NA, FLA. fr,"i'irer-Wan ter Gwynn, Tal1aluls! ocean
Like whispered words with dying;breath; AIIlJrllry-aCfu."Tfll-jeorge> I' Ranev: Talla ('.1wlve-Willialll, A. Mcljvan, Jack OMrfc/y: RI'I't'tWCWalter C. Maloney,

Like kisses from tho lips of death, OlHce adjoining Clerk of the Circuit Court.WALTER hassee., sonvillc.Clerk Jr., Kt.Wt! ,
Are love's memories.: ('uuuuisaiop+er of Jfll/ls-Hugh/ A. Corlcy, Thomas E.: Buckmaii: Jacksonville.Sheriff S"llrri"'ellfrlllifR"lflo7.-J." (>1

-Franfit Ji. lodge _____11.h YATKS_ __,__Notary_ ___ __Public._\ ___U( __4t Tallahassee.Super, !ntemlrtit. of I'tiliHc IlIlIfrllcfiQIJ'. .f..estor of Uriah Tujreg 1I0we-)Daniel len, Jacksonville.1' Smith Jacksonville X.\ !s\t' COUNTY.C9IuilyJrulycHinton : .
Haisley, Tallaha! FOREIGN 1M4IIQIZdTIOX o. H. OAKIS10XTRACTOR : Adjutantlateral/ J. Dickison, Talla Collector of Ilercnue-Ilcnry A. L'Engle, dins
; hassee.Contmivnoner!' Jacksonville.Sujierlntentlcnt. -C. '\'. Maxwell( Fernandina.Sherifl'eter .
VIEWED FROM A COMMON BEN8E STANDPOINT / AND BUILDER, of Iuouigratnz-1)r. Seth + of Schools Albert J. Russell Cone. Fernaiulina.Assessor .
From the census of 1880, recently pub- French, Jacksonville. !' Jacksonville. nf Taxes"'111. H. Garland, lornandina. -

lisped in the Yews, the population of Georgia MANUFACTURES: SUPREME ('Ol'ltT.eMI IIVMII.TON: ; C-OUNTY. )
i9a,542G18! an increase over that of 1870 ofi' Collector of Jieveitue Warren F. Scott, I'cr-
:.358,509. This has tho appearance of u natu MOULDINGS, BRACKETS: SAWED: AND !,Juttlce-E.: :M.( Randall' Jacksonville!' County Jmli/e-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper.Clerk nandinn.Superintendent. .
TUIINED: BALUSTERS: NEWELS -luoc'llc Juftlce-J. '\ e.-Itc-ott: j jr., Tallahas -Robert: Stewart, Jasper.
t r ral and healthy increase-an increase more of Schools: -W. A. Mahoney[ ,
by birth than f by immigration. STAIR HAILS, WOOD} EAVES- see Sheriff James! M. (Duncan, Jasper.AMewir Callalian.
P TUOUOIIS, SHEATHING: Afnodnlc Justice-R. B. Van Val keuburg, of T/JrR-J. T. Co< Ancrum.
f There is at this time a kind cf rivalry between Jacksonville. per OR\XC8ECOlNTY.C : .
WEATHERBOARDING: Collector of Rf't'ellue-J.' I'. B. Goodbrcud
the ,
states to see which of them cancrow 'LOOH- Clerk-ti. H. Foster, Tallahassee. Benton. Columbia County.Supertntenilcnt / ty Judge-II. L. Siuniuerlin, Orlando.
the fastest. As I view it, there is but Clerk-J. P. Hughey, Orlando.
ING. CIRCUIT JUIKE.K.First of Schools-Joshua II. Roberts
little of good to the future union of the Sheriff Thomas W. Shine:; Fort Reid.
United States, when a heterogeneous muss, Stair aiul Cln.rel1Vork Cticntt-Augustus Maxwell: ( Pen- Ancrum. Assessor of Tares-John C. Bryson, Haw,
dissimilar in taste, habits, education, association sacolu. HEKNVNPO: COUNTY. kin vi11c.

in sympathy or in sentiment, are A SPECIALTY. Second Circuit-David Walker, Tallahas County .Indye-1V. L. Frierson, Brooks. Collector of Rt'I'CltIlc-Xat. Poyntz, Orlando. .

thrown together, not by natural causes, but see.Third! ville. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Reeks,
by unnatural influences, so to speak, influences DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES Cirmit-E.: J. Yaiin, :Maib'son. Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville. Fort Reid.

projected and built up upon the spiritof OF ALL SIZES. Fourth C'-rruit-It. B. Archibald 1, Jackson Sl.el'iff-J. B. Mickler, Brooksville.Astetmr TAYLOR COUNTY.GountitJuilye .

:. speculation, nothing more or nothing Post Ofllcc Box 174. ville.Fifth of TII.rel1.: (1ar on, Brooks- ll. N.Cox
less. In n word, by railroad rings, which, jan4 Fcrnaiulina, Fla. Circuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines ville. Perry.
having had to them millions ville. Collector Ret'elweTownl1enl1: SherijThoulasOsteen
granted of of .
JAMES 9Ic of
acres public lands, desire to sell their Tampa. Brooksville. S'lwol.-Jo:. \ann, Perry.
lands to a great advantage and profit, and so AND BUILDER, Seventh CircuitAn'her Cocke, Sanord. Superintendent of Schoola-Dr. S. Stringer, County/ Treasurer' of-I). H. Sutton, Perry,
make milhoiis\ of dollars simply through tho CONTRAC'fOIt Brooksville.
N. Cox Perry.
County llrl't'yor-D. ,
Court Calendar. *
of lands
gift public to
large moneyed
tions. corpora- Alachua Street, between Second and Third, THIRD CIIICUIT.SprilU HILL8I10KOUUH COUNTY. Collector of Rt.t'cl/lw-John C. Calhoun,

In 1850 the laws of Wisconsin Term County JulJe-lI. L. Crane, Tampa Perry.
were pub / -
FERNANDINA, FLA. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown Assessor. of Tarts Win. II. Parker, Perry.
lished in five differcnl.lanfluagC8, so that: her Taylor, 2<1 :Monday in April.
citizens could read the laws of the state. Orders and estimates from a distance carefully Madison( 'M Monday in April.} 'iljeriff-D. Isaac Craft, Tamers. HT. JOHN'S: COUNTY. "1
That I would call heterogeneous mass of attended to. 25-tf Hamilton, 4th :Monday; in April A.Issessor of Tares-L. 0. Ix\she, Tampa.' Gnmty Judge-M.( It. Cooper, st. Augus

'people in fact and in truth. What bond of -- -- Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Hrl'CIl/U-\. F. Buns, Tampa' tine.
union can there be between such ft congregation Fertilizer in A|>ril.Columbia. Superintendent of Schools-H. L. Crane, Clt'rIartllll Oliveros, St. Augustine.

of mixed peoples? What sentiment 2d :Monday after 4th :Monday Tampa.' Sher/-A.. N. PaeettI, St. Augustine
to unite them together? What spirit of patriotism J. N. IIOIINON A SON, in April. JEFFERSON.: Assessor of Tares-}David L. Dunham St.Augustine. .

to make them strong olIensl vcly or Lafayette, 3d Monday after 4th :Monday in Count>t uduf'-\. C. Whitner, Monticello: ,. .
defensively? What nationality to _?_ April. Shcrifr=Vf. 7.. Bailey, :Monticello.( Collector of Ilercnue-Joseph F. Llambios,
,, the same forefathers and the same history ? I Commission ;.t"i; I Fall Term- Cltrl.-'V. B. Lunar, Monticello. St. Angustine.Suptrintendent.
None whatsoever. I. Taylor, Monday: in October. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Christie,, / of Schools-Thomas A. Pa-

I hold as tho great and underlying principles Madison[ :3d Monday in October. Monticello. cetti, St. Augustine.SUMTER.
CHARLESTON: S. 0. County' 'efl8urcr-"-. A. '\'. Simmons,,
of political economy, tho fundamental Hamilton, 4th.Monday in October. : : ('Ol' T'ullIIfy.w1ueHl'nry \.
und Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday 'Monticello.t
primary principle that to the homogeneity
.of a people ,is absolutely duo tho themselves strictly' to their III October. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Palmer, Mon ( Cassidy, Lecsburg.
CONFINING Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Lecsburg.Sheriff .
s, respectfully solicit consignmcn Columbia 2d after 4th in ticello.Atsctsor. >
strength of that people. With birth, thero Monday Monday
J. S. Dyches, Lcesburg.Asuefsor .
Taxes Monti-!
ts. O'tober.I.nfll'ettc. of -3.1 Grantham,
is a sentiment born in tho human heart. 11'esee of Tares-Joseph Hutchinson
it in the love of the Englishman for Eng- 3d Monday after 4th Monday in cello. .* Leesburg.Collector. ,
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land ; the Irish for Ireland ; tho Scotch for October. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. of Ileveitue-John '\'. Dyches
Scotland, and the German for his vatcr- [ FE1tTILI7.EltS. | FOURTH CIRCUIT. Cunntti Judi/e-"'. J. Dixon, New 'fro)'. I. 'e.; hurg. ,

land.." Can you mix different nationalities -- Sprint/ Term- Sheriff J, J. Johnson, New Trov.Clerk Superintendent/ of Schools-II. II. Duncan%
of people and make them forget their language HtJOIlll'S, 3d Tuesday in March -Howell)Hawkins, New Troy.Sjrintendcnt Like Cirillin. ,
i habits and modes of thought? You This business has been our special trade Clay, 4th Tuesday!' in March of Sdloo/s-J. C. Ramsey,New
might as well attempt to give them one cast endeavored Bradford 1st Tuesday in April. Troy SUWANXEE: : COUNTY.:
of features. God has written the characterof ) : Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. County Trra.mrcr-J. J. Painter, S'ewTror. County Judg--Michael( A. Clouts, Live
.. different nations in their features, and it ARTICLE, and their continued patronago is Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Collector of Ilercnue-Newton Sapp New Oak.
can only bo wiped out in the third and our best indo ellll'nt. We arc prepared to Duval, Tuesday in May Troy. Clt'rknol'l'rt.H'iel, Live Oak.
+ i fourth generation of their children born fill orders for nil kinds of Fertilizers, together Fall TI'rm- Aiwtior' of TaresY. '\'. Cottrell, New ."'ll'f'ff-John R. Session. Live Oak. J
r upon the soil, and who have partaken of the with our Cotton and Corn Fertilizer and St. John's &1 Tuesday in September. Troy Asset** of! Tares\\'. II. Sessions, ,,'cl-

[ features of the people among whom they Compound Acid Phosphate. Clay, 4th Tuesday in September.: LEON COUNTY.Countii : born.
I' were born. J. N, ROUSON: & SON, Bra'dford 1st Tuesday in October. Judi/e-H. C. \.", el'. Collector of lievenue-Robert F. Allison
But to the point I wish to discuss immediately. CO Charleston, H. C. Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. "rriJj"Iol>ell')', Tallahassee\ Live Oak.
1 J I hold that Georgia, grand and Nassau, .M Tuesday: in October. (/uk-e.. Bryan, Tallahassee.! S>n>eriiitendent of School*'-J. O. C. Jones
great old Georgia, h growing fast enough <;OITMFKIITIME) .C O.'H Duval, :3d Tuesday in November.FIFTH Superintendent of Schools-Henry N. Felkel, Live Oak.
r without inviting in extraneous aids or riRCUlT. Tallahassee. ,"or.rr'J."H":>iT\.

1 t helps Increase population.any Our growth ................................................................... Spring Term- Tn'asllra-.T., L. Demilly, Tallahassee.: i County,! Judye-VniI.\ LaPenotiere, En-

. is natural and homogeneous, and in that Sumter, 2d Monday in March. Collector of Rt'I'clllle-t' C. Pearce, TallaIiassee. terprisc.Clerk: .
consists our great strength, and was our i: ; n'"t') .. Marion, :3d Monday in March. -John "'. Diekins, Enterprise.

t strength'during the war. I have no objection ................................................................... Alachnla,1st Monday after 4th Monday in Assessor of Tares-R. A. Shine, Tallahassee. Sheriff \\'. _\. Cone, Enterprise.}
to foreign immigration, but, I sity, as March.Levy. Assessor (if Taxeti-Benjamin Richardson: ,
n I I something of 'n political economist, let it 3d :Monday: after 4th Monday( in LEVY ('ol':>iTY. Enterprise.;

t come of its own free will and accord. Sa- IS THE BUST :March.: County, Jiuli/e-"'. H. Sebring, Bronson; Collector /el't'llIIt'-John IJ. Jordan, De-
r vannah is a good illustration of the foreign. Putnam, It-t Tuesday! after hot Monday in l.'lak-J. )\i. Barco, Bronson.Sheriff Land.Superintendent.
clement among us. It came of itself, and rpniNG for FALL GAItDENS-lt): being :March.: -\\'. I). 1-'i nlI :: k s brought with it its own energy, industry and _|_ not only a perfect )plant food, but will /'<,// Term- esorof Tares-J. M. Willis, Brons4>n. dler, Enterprise.
j capital. The result has been prosperity to keep all insects ut a respectful distance.! Sumter, 4th :Monday in October. Collector of ICI't'llIle-Jollll (c. Mi-Grew, W.Kl'LL.l''r T\.
very many who saw an opening for business For sale in anIluantitr, large or small, Marion( Ut Monday after 4th Monday in Bronson.Sujteriiitendent. .

among us since the war, and by trade. truffle and country orders delivered FREE on October. of Schools-Jos. F. Shards, .S"1"JtTV, : T IuvalC'raw funlville.
and speculation have rich and are boats or cars. Vegetable growers, TRY IT. Alachua, 3d Monday after 4th Monday:: in Bronson. "#-> n-Y.alber' ('r ) grown ft'rk--'Snt.
richer GOULD .fc; CO.. October. MAPIuN Col'NTY.CuiottyJudget. : ., : I Malker, ('rawfureh ille.:
getting every
l Gl 3m St., Jacksonville, Fla. 1st Monday after 4th Monday in Superintendent of Schools-John L. Craw-
native and home- 81V.Bay Levy
They are iificalof M. Withc poon, Madison. ford, Crawfordville.\
"---- -- November.
1 born element domestic .
how to make money and how to economy save it.; ,ILCOX, can us A co., Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 1st Monday inDecember. "It'Tiff-T. H. Willard Madison \'. County Treasurer-\\. T. Dtival, Crawford-

What we want in Georgia arc men who are Imi>orters and Dealers in Clerk-John M Beggs, Madison! C"l 'rfur of Remwe-W. H. WalkerCratv-.
,not farmers, but men whose habits of SEVENTH CIRCUIT.Slwinq Si'i>erintendcnt of Schools-K.: S. Tyner, furrlville..fssossor.
l t thought lead them to manufactories, mining -- -- Ttrm- Madison.County. .
etc. The foreigner cannot teach the native 1'olusialst( Monday in May. Trt'lIIlIrt'r-H. S. Smith Madison.OC fonlnll ,. of TlJe8-Gco. V- Register, Craw-
1 ,
1 r <
t Georgian how to make corn, cotton, rice or |r CilTANOS J. { GUiNOS Brevurd, .M :Monday in May.Orange. ( --. ---- -- .. _-

P, tobacca. We know how to raise the products 3d Monday in May. .-
of the soil,though we may du it in somo- Dado, I'd Monday in June.
what of a slipshod, slovenly sort of way, Fall Term- -
No. 14vS IIiY STREET, in November.
Volusia, 1st Monday CO
gathering from two and three acres what we C "
should from We are improving fast llrevurd,2t111ouday: in November. rr \
get Siivaiiiiali.Keep Georgia, wt
3d in November.
Orange, Monday
in that respect, however; and are farming 2I'll
with more system and knowledge. constantly on hand a good supply of Dade, 2d Monday in December.County .

t I I am opposed to going over to Europe and their celebrated -OtllcerH.ALACllCA '
collaring the foreigner, and begging him to
T p- come to Georgia. Such a class.would, and ;.T MANIPULATEDNothing GlTANO.'fi. COUNTY. L.I.I -<

justly too, feel that we owed them a living ul'ttercan be had for fall and win County Jud! -JunlVLs C. Gardner, Gainesville x h rC
whether they tried to make one or not. Our ter crops. Price FIVE DOLLARS PER = I \J Jg C 7HE ONLY \

i state should publish a book of our resources: HAG or FIFTY DOLLARS PER TON, 'It'rl.-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. : )> G PAD '
give facts, scatter the facts through Europeif F.O.B. railroad or steamer Savannah.. Sheriff John W. Turner, Gainesville.AueMor ; : CFO LUNG
YOU please, and then await immigration Send for circular giving certificates, etc. of Ttue.-J. M. Dell, Gainesville.Elector .:5 CQUitE 40E 'y1R _(,P
f if it feels disposed to come. I would not of Revenue Q. P. Thomas, Gaines
walk across my room to beg a foreigner or PATENTS obtained for new inventions, ville.Suiterinttndent. YOtril BACK-ACHE CURES BY ABSORPTION (NATURE'S WAY
any other loan to come to Georgia, if our ,[ ? or for improvements in old of School*-O. A. Myers, diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder >

grand and glorious old state cannot present ones. Caveats Infringements, TradeMarksand Gainesville and Urinary Organs, by wearing theIMPROVED LUNG IISEASES
attractions: enough without our turning beggars all patent business promptly attendedto. BAKER COUNTY.County I1.LLTL TII1IOAT ,
to get a population to aid the state in INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN Judge Jno. R. J'rntlonSanlle1'\lon. EXCELSIOR 153; DISEASES,

such undertakings.Why REJECTED may still, in most cases, be i at- Clerk-F. J. Van, Sanderson.. Breathing Trouble.
should we desire to drive our child anted by us. Being opposite] the IT. S. Patent Sheriff J. C. Williams, Sanderson.Author p- KIDNEY PAD.It It
ren and grandchildren from the land and Office, and engaged PATENT BUSINESS of Tct.rt'G.. Rogerson, San DRIVIS INTO the system curative
graves of their fathers by selling and wing EXCLUSIVELY; we can .secure l\Ut- derson. is a MARVEL of HEALING and RELIEF agents It and healing medicines.

away our lands to foreigners, that is, emits in less time than those who are remote Collector of Revenue Richard Kennedy, : SIMPLE. SENSIBLE, DIRECT, poisons DEAR'S that FROM the diseased parts the j
ducing an unhealthy and unnatural immigration from Washington. Darbyville.Sujxrinteiultnt. PAINLESS: and POWERFUL.; It CURES cause death
,just as the West has done? Why 'When Inventors send model or sketch, of School*-\\.. Hampton, where all else fails. A REVELATION and Thousands testify w lt's virtues,
i this insane desire to grow so fast? As well we make search in the l'atent Office and Olustee. REVOLUTION in Medicine. Absorptionor YOU CAN BE
might we desire our wives to present us with advise as to its patentability free of charge BBIPFOBP COUNTY. direct medication as opposed to unsatisfactory RELIEVED AND CURED.
triplets and quartets, because we may Correspondence confidential ; fees reasonable internal medicines. Send for Don't until have
twins, J. R. Richard, IVovidenee.Clerk our aible easily you tried this set.
PATENT Cuuuty Judge-- ,
desire a large family (In a hurry. Make haste ; and NO CHARGE UNLESS York Lake Butler. treatise on Kidney troubles sent free. Sold applied anti RADICALLY EP.
( is idea, not only at : IS OBTAINED. -Henrv F. by FEC'TU AL
slowly and naturally my Starke. drnjnnsts, or sent by mail on receipt ofprice Remedy.
in families, but amongbtates,nation We refer bv pvrmisaldti to the City Postmaster t. Sheri/\\. W. Tumblin. TWO DOLLARS. Address SoI l by Druggbts, or
to Increase people. Give me a homogeneous and lo the Superintendent of the Ae**>r of Tajeet-A. J. McKinney, Lake of price, Tll'0 by mail on receipt -
Division in Wash Butler. by
have strength. Upon Post-Office Money Order Tuz
>eOple. and then we t\Jtfctor Revenue-Alfred D.Cone, Lake Williams Block, "ONLY" LUNG Yap Co.
l lean In the bright days of prosriftr ington. For special references, circular, advice of ;
such 1 can Detroit Williams Block
Butler Mich. ,
confidence in the tents, etc., address
> and cling to with adversities.-/! V. C. A. SOW S CO. SuutrinteudtHt of School*-C, ?. Harrison, jfjr-This is the original and genuine Kid.ney.l'ad -ii/'Senl tituonialand
: trial8 and > te tourlbook
'( (%k in Joun Savannah of J/on.i"f1.\'clI*. 2-tf Opp.Patent Office, Washington, D.C. t tar 'e. Ask for it and take no other. Gi "Three Millions a Year," Sent free. GI. ,


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ll1ttt; ':: Real Esfiifr.TOR oil A\n r 1 'r.cxs., food very rapidly, and the food i is scarcely

J.880. 1881. Florida chewed tlait time more than sufllcicnt
* 'tllf" <.. J.J i.., in au able critique a new -
1 r',; to ,gather, it into a wad swallowing\ whenit
SAM': l work entitled i is immediately received Into tho paunch

"'.11", .: "On\xcsn: ho( *I1'! : A Treatise on the Injurious afterwards to be cast up by mouthfuls into

,.fj.' .....' ++----- ",-++ .. orange Trees of Florid. By William\ second time swallowed. and passes! at once
;,':;,:"l ++ ++ THE Ashmottd, Jacksonville, Fla., l$)," into the third stomach or manifold, whereit

{I' "" ,I;,.t., A 1)ESilt.tHLE HOTEL, 1 \ which wo have not had the pleasure of yet is thoroughly nibbed\ down to a line pulp'
-. by the grinding action of the leaves with
:, ,\.."t.,. ++-- ---++ seeing, makes the following criticism : their hard tuberculous! edges, which extendacross
..:q.' +4 ++ The author states that the orange I is not tho cavity of that organ and effectually

'' indigenous to Florida, and intimates the strain out all coarse, dry particles from
: ::-
,. : :[ Situated directly on the Railroad, wild orange of this: State is:' identical with access to the stomach until they have been
.;:r the "Seville\ orange." \\'( have reason to thoroughly rubbed down and I macerated It

< believe that the wild orange of this :State; is must now be admitted that the precise circumstances s
indigenous: and t that it differs materially\ in which determine the direction
i.. FLORIDA MIRROR foliage and fruit, from the "Seville orange." which t lie particular r kinds of food shall take
HKALTIIIEST PARTS OF FLORIDA. through this remarkable not
Upon this question, after a very considerable apparatus, arc
clearly understood. The main facts
examination, we entirely concur with
however, sufficiently well established. We
For particulars address )[r. A!>Ashmcad holding that the orange is will describe! us briefly and simply as possible

FLOUIDA MIRROR, not indigenous to Florida, and would be the manner in which the successive portions ,

53-tf Fcrnandiiia, Flu. glad of any proofs or arguments to the con of tho food from the paunch arc thrown
back into the mouth to be rechcwed I
trary. "'c are aware that the idea that the It must be understood that chewing the

THE FLORIDA orange is indigenous to Florida a very cud is, in large degree, ft \'oluntnryro6

f general one, but we think it is an inconsiderate cess, and can be su'p'Jllletlnl1d resumeatthe

LAND AND IMMIGRATION (,0 fP6\'Y I =SjT-EA..lV.[ := inference drawn from the existence! of )pleasure\ of the animal.
>\ hen the paunch is full, the animal ceases
',, so-called wild groves in the hammocks und to graze, and seeking comfortable place

OFFERS nnll'tt1C'tlllortioll!! of the country. and position, usually lying down, it proceedsto
chew its cud-that is to belch by
Upon the subject of the rust on the orange up
Acres' mouthful, the food it swallowed .hurriedly
the reviewer says ; grazing, and redrew it thoroughly, I

I Of the most The author's researches regarding the rust to be swallowed a second time, when it flows

IP on the orange will prove of groat importance over the surface of the unchewcd mass in

P ACCESSIBLE AND DESIRABLELANDS l l'i to the orange growers of Florida.: I Heretofore the paunch and honey-comb cavities and j
-1----1- the rust has been referred to the solar rays, goes the only place else it can go-that is to

IN THE water at the roots? and deficiency of lime in nay, into time third stomach, whence it can
the soil. Our ni'croseopio examination of not return, and must needs pass.on into the
e STATE: OF FLORIDA, 5iJOB the insect justifies us in sustaining the viewsof stomach or dam and pack in between the j
I )[Ashmoad regarding the cause of the leaven of the manifold, which it not infrequently

At only $1.25 per acre to new settlers, with rust on the orange Tho f.unily; to which does in strange and extraordinary

the privilege of selection in Parcels of -10nC'res the insect belongs) according to Professor manner. It used: to bo generally suppose!,

These lands loaiti-d H 'nl Comstock, is a largo one, and they prey and it is :still thought by many physiologists. ,
are on
F or more. H $ upon the epidermis of the leaves ; at 1'lIg1'II (that the honey-comb, which is smallish,
and adjacent to the line of the we I find the following : On all oranges that spheroidal cavity, and has its opening opposite

O w have begun to rust, wo found the insect in the foldof the oesophagus, above described

ATLANTIC, GULF AND WEST INDIA I ., ryi great numbers, nor could we find them anywhere wits mainly instrumental, \

TRANSIT CO.'S:::! R.'u', o else, e\"I'I1I1I'l'r 1'llfl'flll1'XI1111Inntion'." vided indeed, for tho purpose of baling
H This statement does not correspond with up tho food 1 as it came out of tho

extending from FERNANDINA on the Atlantic J our experience At an ('IIr1yltnge/ of his In- paunch into mouthful, to bo cast It
, \' '5(igutious. Mr. 6\!>mead directed my attention Lack into the esophagus} through the
to CEDAR KEY, on the (iulf coast: H I 3 to the insect, and I instituted. an examination opening} between the everted edges of

thus affording to the producer cheap, constant of time leaves of large orange t trees the slit portion of the tube; but this does

and rapid transportation! to the best ,: H without fruit, IIIICIl'II\\IIll'IIIIS many as thirteen not seem to bo well established ; indeed', the
insects! : on a portion of one leaf\\ithin process of rumination goes on, though these\
markets. .._ t- the lil'lerof an inch ohjcctiu I also: examined edges bo securely sewed up with silver wire.
The belt of country traversed! hy the Tran- the leaves of two years: old seedlings, and If an animal bo observed when chewing: till!

sit R. R. embraces found the insects in great numbers. The cud, it will bo seen that by tho action of the J
author refers to those insects puncturing the Abdominal muscles and tho diaphragm, aid; I

EVERY VARIETY OF SOILto oil cells with their beaks .\'! these insects: 1'111\1110 by the Intercostal muscles, that portion
prey upon the epidermis of the leaves, it I is of the food which lies next to till opening

be found in the State, a large proportion I g ( that they also' prey upon of till! esophagus. i is thrust! with no inconsiderable
being ll'cuiarlyalltptl'd! to the culture of the epidermis: of the fruit, and thereby) expose force against the )lower end of
the air cells to atmospheric! : influence, that tube, when that. portion of it engaged
SEM I-TROPIetr Fm'IT'IllIlIl:' Early Vegetables, -"l= with consequent. evaporation of tho oil as in the lower part of it by this decided upward -
and The Isiryc, Cuinjmct Bodies (f Timber! tC>C>i AND== well us watery portions of the rind ; resulting thrust, is quickly carried up to the

make these m lands: worthy of CAREFUL EXAMIXATIOX in drying, contraction and hardening of mouth by a reverse action of the muscular
manufacturers of LCMDKR the !skin of the fruit. It '!! possible! that this! walls of the irsophagus.' Then the animal
by insect preys upon the epidermis of till!loaves: begins chewing oy u single stroke of the
AND NAVAL STORES. of !some: of our forest trees, and hits left its !lower jaw from left to right, und nil those!

natural habitat for tho orange ; a' III the('asp: which follow are made in opposite{ direction,
NEW SETTLERS of the white scale (reronphidte. ,',m';.) Tho or from right to left, and when tho rechew-

natural habitat of tho white Sl'll'I'l'lI\.", to ing is complete tho t llnll is swallowed ugiiin,
Purchasing land from this: company are furnished lie tilt gall berry. In my garden I first discovered : and in a few seconds: another bolus: is:

: with entire free jui nfje on the Transit I it oil the myrtle (Myrtu commune), thrown up into the mouth, and so the pro-

Railroad for family and personal etlVcts: PRINTING HOUSE from which it has iilfl''II'IIIII\! orange! trees.It !. 'oIlUnu'tllllltil: l tho animal satisfied,
I seems: partial to tilt wlllovll'a11'arie- but the paunch and honey-comb are never I H
to the station nearest the land purchased. ties of the tangierino.TllK entirely emptied, even though; the animal

TITLE COMPLETE, being derived by dies of starvation, Now wo may understand

grant from the United States and purchase COWS CU!). that inflammation of the howds,which

of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE. renders the jerking action of the abdominal
the State
from A gentleman lately stopped us on tllcttlrl'l't
muscles very painful, will putLi stop to rumination -
with "I want to
you answer mo one
while of those muscles
What is cow's cud, ?" paralyals
SOLICITED. question : 11
will render It impossible. So, ul.solntlummu-,
CcrtallllVII "A 'OW'lIl'11I1
!! our reply. ion within tho of the chest on the
Descriptive MATS and CIRCULARS mailed on I is simply the food that the cow I swallowed other side of the cavity diaphragm will cause: those I
; in haste at the time of her feeding, brought
Beech Street Opposite Egmont Hotel which to bo
application. back tube rechcwed or remasticated at IcisI thumps, are so painful' sus
." pended. Now then, why I in. tho numo of
CIIAS. W. LEWIS ''' duos anybody in sura state t
wontipr nopo' a
I knew it."sail he, "and now I'll tell
of affairs! to do good! by poking salt
Ijiiul Commissioner.Olllce asked any a
t' : I tho This -
why llll'tion! morning
herring down the animal's throat, or
cor. Beach and Seventh Sts. I saw threw great strapping fellows hold by other such like proceeding poor When solid
down calf and forcing something into
10-tf lug a :
substances swallowed either
its mouth which they called new cud.I On are they pass
into the paunch or rcctlculum, and nfl!
TIII FLORIDA asking! an explanation they went on testate
thrown buck and forth from one into the
that the calf was: sick III consenuencc of having
other by movements, of the bowels and ahilotnlatall111ivclea.l''Inids /
lost its cud which placed them under
OWN' IMPROVEMENT COMPANY till! necessity supplying with a new IIIII!. co into the paunch
FERNANDINA FLORIDA.Having und reoticuliim, or I into inanypheH. 1If111thl'lu'u
I did not ask for information, but merely immediately to the stomach It in
that I might bear what had to about
you say
not known whether or to what extent the
Fcrimmliiia, will of the animal influences the direction
could be ridiculous than
Nothing more : '
taken by food und drink when HWiillowod
,. It. Line this Idea of a cow's having lost her cud,"
Towns It.
on If the paunch and rccticulum be well filled
and it to cxtl'flt.I'osihly .
yet prevails! an amazing
and their
up strongly t'lJlltrnctctlupon; contents -
tho fault does not all heat thclloul1l
And Cedar Key. !
and fluid bo swallowed rapidly and
the ridiculous.
of the entertaining
parties forcibly, it must needs glide At once into tin
!notion and stimulated by such a thought,
stomach through the manifold because it
wo IJhalll'l'Oct'l't} to oiler a paper on the subject \
cannot eJltewltercJllle1l.lJ it could
go pause
of the digestive apparatus ruminants; long enough to soak into the contents of the
Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large that is, animals that chew the cud.
this be
and rectlculum. Let
paunch rl'lUl'U'bl'retlln
number of the most eligible and desirable To begin we may state that in the cud drenching sick cattle, and let the
chewers three cavities the stomach
precede ,
drench be somewhat in
Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for in which digestion is accomplished. The copious( quantity,
and poured down as rapidly as possible, for
first of these: is called tho paunch, or rumen,
City or Suburban Residences, added. NEW TYI'E AND NEW PRESSES to our office, antI having size in if a small quantity bo allowed to trickle
which is of
great capable, a largo ox,
slowly down the gullet and soak into the
of several hundred of food.
holding pounds
SKILLED WORKMEN who know how to use tho same, we are now It possesses! a coarse structure, und but little contents of the paunch the medicine might
UPON EASY TERMS. as! well, in some cases, bo j oiircd down a rat
ibilit Between the of the
lIen ) point hip) hole and remain out of the beu.it.
prepared to do any and every kind of printing: J and the last rib, when distended, It lies in Nowwhen this strange: mechanism is fullycomprehended
contact with the soft structures of the abdominal
Liberal Values allowed to I, no man will think it strange
Discounts on walls, and is covered only by the
that ruminants, especially young ones,
and thin muscular substance. It
parties engaged in manufacturing or indus- also skin reaches some far forward when confined to dry 'hay, straw or fodder,
osthediaphgram, without free to water will the
trial who will erect the and the movements of that access get dry
enterprises, on property greatly impedes
food packed bard in the paunch, and es
when much distended. Across the
purchased substantial improvementsfor organ pecially the manifolds, where is Is often
6 somewhat into the
large opening paunch
found, as dry as |iowder in a horn. Nor will
residence, or in which to conduct their extends oesophagus or swallowing tube, he marvel greatly if the beast then die. So,

business. FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD, lag extending into the from second the mouth and third to near cavities the open-, but in their winter fUtlls feeding cut and calves steamed and, and yearlings they hare

INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS where it crosses the opening into the paunch
plenty of water few will be lost. Many older
It is not a perfect tube, but resembles perfectly -
cattle lost from I when taken
are Impaction
by exemption for a term of years from a tube the end of which has been
off of short and made too full of
gross dry
taxation offered by the several cities and slit up for several inches, the free edges of fodder neglecting to water them ; sup also !
which be either closed forced
may or apart.
in midsummer drought when
towns. Apply to4'Ofce Between the opening into the paunch and grass parchesami : '\
water dries ul'-JIClbil Register
the true or fourthetomach extends a sort of
core Beach &: 7th sts., Fernandina. .
cavity, on opposite sides of which, and open-
16-t( .. .. Ing into which, are two open cavities the ALL HAIL TO FLORIDA Oa.tros.-One of

AH. Neatly und as Cheap an any Ofllce In Florida.,- second or honey-comb stomach, which is,in the sweetest issues of the rebellion, says UK ,

Undertaking.It. effect, a little paunch, and the manifold ornanyplies. Newark (N. J.) Adverttter, was the giving of
'J .. Beyond this manyplies lies the
.. .r ', '
)I. HENDERSON, ,,- fourth or true stomach long somewhat that long sandy peninsula to freedomand to
conical-shat bag with the larger end toward the orange grove. From the headwaters of

,.. -. .e.. ,,'. the left side of the body This fourth the St.Johns, down to the romantic banks
1' + stomach, or reed, as it is (culled is the only of tho klawuha, circling the silver lake

-., .-. ... > ; .. stomach, and the other cavities may be retarded skimmed by the 'heron and peopled by (the !
us dilitationsof theojHophagun, merely alligator, crowning the hills and stretching I
R intended to receive the food. In fact, out over the plains do we find this golden t

no digestive fluid U furnished, and no diestiou fruit nestling amidst Its herbage of velvety
I ; takes place until the food reaches green. Ami if.: as no one denies the orange
I the true stomach. In the btoinach there Is! U the king of fruits>>, neither can it be denied
nothing peculiar or distinctive about the that the Florida is the king of oranges. It

proass of digestion. Keeping in mind this sheds lustre upon tbe finest table, the eyes
UNDERTAKER.FIFTH JUT Don't send your orders for PRINTING, BINDING and RULING to oflW outside outline sketch of tho apparatus, we may proceed of children sparkle as they see it, its juice U

ST., FERNANDINA, FLA. .t to study the peculiar and remarkable nectar, they cool the blood quench fever in
I the State Orders for either will receive prompt attention frum us. Addres: habit of ruminating or chewing the cud. the veins and add piquancy to the feast.
The end chewers have no front teeth in the Florida should be the pet of the Union for
ROBES. METALLIC CASES, upper law, but in place of them a bard, in- the glow of the color and the warmth of Its 1

BURIAL COFFINS AID CASKETS. ,I' FLOIU1JA.. MHlllOIt, sensible gristly pail against which the teeth landscape conies to us when the storm rage
Telegraphic orders promptly attended to. > S of the lower jaw fit closely. With the help 'I and the cutting blasts of winter chill us to

37-3Ul. OCtO FCKSAMDISA 'u. of the tongue in gathering herbage, they the marrow. ..



PC JLocAL REFLECTIONS. CLK\UKI' Thursday, by Mr. W. Lawtcy, Hut of Letter roic SAM:. TO1'I..1N'r1Its

: .- .: ...-.. -- -. the Russian bark Vd-o, Captain Harlin, for Remaining I In the Pool-Office: at Fernandina, tutd UCltl'1I.1NTS.:

M A YKARj $1.00 POll SIX'MOXTlt'ij.CorrcpoH(1cncc. QueriLstown for orders, with the following Xa"!>aucounty, Fla., )December.10IStO.. Persons A DESIRABLE: IIOI'SE: : CONTAINMNUJ. I I :

_- _.-- cargo ; 279,000 feet pitch pine lumber and \ calling for they Ic.tter'llllwt \. live room, with (Closet! front Piazza, -
:say advertised )barge Yard, ( Lemon and B.inan.v n'l'1\'EI.)
Orange :
223: barrels of rosin. Value of cargo, $-tl, 80. : 1LWF.: jr
The MIRROR denim to reflect\ the interests -. ._--- I TI'l'l'! Centrally located Oood title, etc.For !' "n'
Blake Josev ( further particular, inquire at thHoffice. :
'mibonn'I'hnnta4 !
nf the whole State mul\ will publish with \Ve congratulate the people of Ocala (':M>i'iK'y Charles )DeMott, Isabella ) 4tfrniiix AND On'En1'11tt1rut( ( I'HICIW: ):: ,

pleasure'romtuunicntions from the interior and Marion county on the bright prospectsof Fniks,111': (liltnore Asbcrrv -- .. : .

'I'herearc many valuable experiments being having their railroad completed at an JJ'T1.00' iV-ll Hunter.,Gracie 011.1%ca: IL/XIS. -

t carried on, the results of which would be of early day. Marion is! one of the best agri )Knight four(. ,Sam'l Thnd I l E lUy Lager Charles, Bonnedikc I 2OO na..I'"
great value to others and" information cultural and growing counties In the Rust WOOD) AND I HOOPS,
t ; of the orange Hev.TerclI:lah Tho lIton.1 .\ :
BOX 1':0:
growth; and progress of the newly settled State, and with railroad connection, it will\ Thompson 1 Mrs( 0 A Turner, Mrs( A MWiUon for sale at Fcrnundinu by :. -

portion are matters of general interest advance rapidly in every material interest." !' Miss( MarySVML. ''iO-tt p. 1'. 1J1SHOP.) : j,1 I'XTIL\: ':t.

Florida Union. T. RiUDELL, 1'. M.I .. .V v- -

Happy yew Year. .. -- -- Xotlce to Ta-l.ayers."VTOTICE ROSE POTATOES.

t ; This is n very good opportunity for Fornandina Tit : Rev Hen Campbell: formerly, of the The Jrl tlte,.. I Is hereby J given that I am now I EARLY

ie4! to shake its own hand, a* other stupendous Eufaula line,and now of the Cln. LOCAL OBSERVATION J.1 ready to receive the State and County I -

cifdllg places do, and felicitate itself upon the cinnati Southern Railway, is I well known as! FERX\XIUX\: : FL\., December, I$M. Taxes i Is :at the assessed store for of lh I,Angel<; year t 188 Friend. My,( and oillceIs i i-< 4..!t SAXHORN) ; ; *: HOYT.

1 marked increase in its business! and prosperIty a high authority in the matter of scriptural _._ ___ 187U j 1 MXII. open on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday* ,
which has taken place within the last quotations.! A striking instance! of his readiness -;--,---- ...;-- ;i;-- ---- except when collecting) in the country. I

t.wclve months. But it is so content that it in Biblical research, occurred not long )I\r -1---1 :: 1:0' I I I !stated' I will below visit i :the follow ing places Itt time time J. ] I. I'RESCOTT.Style \

will probably not give Its satisfaction In ago. A company of general passenger __ _._ Odom's 13ranchi....ltunday( January 10, 1S81, -
h wordy phrases, but simply evince it by abroad agents was discussing the advisability of Saturday 2iG) 78 'iIJ iU (1oue1l1ItelllY \'. kinds: Ferry........Tuesday. 11, "
smile and a cordial welcome to visiting selling round trip tickets for Southern pointsto 1 2G 411; 48 42 'i2 Cloudy. ])unn'!' Crc'k.'l.th' \(' Monday 27 H jn 40 52 "
h Fnlr. 13:
friends. go by one route and return by another. ,
Tuesday 2R 48 nt JII lit Fair.1Vedneslay Brandy< 0L r.Ig As to Its practical celebration, we hope that Our reverend brother suggested that he was ; :!) 1)2 H 411 no Clotll1\''. Cnllahan' ..............Satunlay, !.'>, :.,
our merchants will, at least, for the benefit accustomed to draw his! inspiration from Thtrsday ::10 se iO 18 :i2 1'air. Hart's Road.........Monday( ;3O, AM:

of their employes, give a half holiday, If the Scriptures, and proposed to settle this Friday- ----.. -_-__-. _31- -JtfJ-- '-'if-- :3o-" a2.,. (lowly.1MdIt1N'E. .- C 1Iakcr\'llIc..TIII'.tla\'me\illo..,.........Tuemluy',. "" :31:31,, II" Durability.

l.n they cI\l1nutgive a whole one. question! by turning to the first text that lie Amelia...............Friday,' 7, .F
. .
While we have not been so industrious as should happen) to open upon. Taking down \\'. F. sr(3TT: Collector.Fernandina .

1\t to obtain a list of the houses where there tho Bible, he opened to the following words: fort of I'crttandtna. Deu. 11,1880.) ..VtfOUTFIT

will he formal receptions, we have no doubt "By the way that he came, by the fame ENTERED.Dec J

0k that all the ladies will be glad to receive shall he return"-2 Kings, XIX, 33. That 21-Brig Arcot, Small Fort an :Spain. $5 engage; in free the, most to those.pleasant: who\\ and wish:profitable to- '\'33O '

I their friends, and that the gentlemen will was considered to Kettle the question, and Ice 27-Sch. Haurbuck, Clark, Ponce. )business!\ known. Everything: new. ;1-

industriously circulate those bits of pasteboard the company broke up more than ever convinced Dec. 27-lirigCcorgc: Morgan, St t.. C''roix.Iec24Sch ('npitulllot required. We will furnish you ::
of the of II. Jones, Falkenberg, everything.: $10 a day and upwards) : is easily -
which remind hostesses that advantage having an accomplished -
they are
New York.1)ec.: made without staving UWUfrom home over .
visitors, and open those seductive ;"ut Biblical scholar among them.1)t'llt :-Brig Kildonan (Br.), McLean( night. No risk whatever. plumy new workers Hating largely ut1'Sleek

\\'E homes" which arc expected to be Issued 1r ---- New York. wanted at once. Many are making fortunes of Foot-wear, in both lice
roil and 1'nradc. Dec. 31-S. S. City of ])alll\ Risk: New at the bu lII.'!!!>I. im lies make as much I
ing the season. medium grades" I am cues \
\f ork.Dec.. and
ed as! men, and young boys and girls make
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;j.l C.l'T.I1IltcmLll i is loading the brig If the day should be fine, the two military 31--Hch.K. C. Rommel,Sloan.CIiarleston. -' great pay. No one tvhn i is willing to work hlt'd to place before my customere "" '. ;
,0 companies will repeat the Christmas day falls to make more money e'cn11ay than ,
llIi Lucy for South America. parade and drill, on New-Year's day Timeto Dec. 31-Sch. Carrie Woodbury, Woodbury can be made in a week at any ordinary employment. a tery large assortment" of /
Charleston. Those: who at once will the .
engage made by ,'
TUB schooner Kit Canon is taking on a form, 3:30:: p. aim, In front of Lyceum Hall Ih e. 3t )Sch. A. 1'. Nowell, Long, Savan find a short road to COI.ttIJ1tl.h'e, !>\\s II.HALLETT I Hoof and Shoe"

h clf cargo for the West Indies. _h_ rah it Co., Augusta Maine. 0 I most'' competent ami "skilled<< ..

For A'asRau.Tltosteartiship ('LEAKED.Dec. _____._.u __ .____ ___. .. _____ .. __ workmen. These" oods! were
leit I.AWTEy's'Uverpool steamer, Loch Carry, Curondclct, of the Nassau 2J-Sch. John Lcnthul, .Brown, New nooks" and Stationery. I II and
for CASH' are
i \ I is loading at the steamship dock with cotton York. I purchased
line, will leave this place Sunday, the 2d .
sit ))cc. 2.)-S. S. Western Texas, Hines, New for the samecommodity.
011 seed.TIIK. inst., for Nassau. She i is a large and fat York.: .. 0 U.I': It It I,: ,,-_ only exchanged

Fcrnandina & Jacksonville Railroad steamer, and Nassau passengers! will find no Dec. 29! -Sch. Saarbuck, Clark, Jackson' This will be deemed

'U1 engine No. 2 i is expected to arrive in a few more discomfort in the transfer than In crossing ville.Dec. 2!)-Sch. Kate V. AitkenThompson' Wholesale: and Retail :I a pleasure' after seeing, examining -
8 days. an ordinary sound.. Wilmington, Del. i > ooiis, STATIOMKY, and learning at what
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Bark U koHII
Dec.30: ( !! ), licrlinQueens-
IS.vh TilE schooner /:'. II. Jfurriiwin is loading Waited Flftf/ Yearn for Ills Chance. town. .'iid MUSIC! !, e\tremely low prices' these :

res at the lumber docks with lumber for It. O. A resident! of this place, who was out at Dec. :31-S. S. City of Dallas, RNk, New Gouda" are offered.ur J

aidd. Cook fe Son. the Nassau!! crossing of the Fcrnandina & York IN I'OKT. .)!H'T:; B \\' foTJIT: : ,/ My "stock of GENTLIMEN'SI'11RNISIIING :
ak \
ft )IE8tIn J. WELLEK, of Cincinnati, O., and Jacksonville Railroad, on Thursday morn- Schooner "'. II. Jones. JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA. took that occasion to fall overboard,
Schooner E.
on J. P. Wcller of Wllkcsbarrc Pa. were
: the attention of those'' desiringline
Schooner Carrie I K.: .
In We hava not had such cold weather upon Woodbury.Schooner
shq! guests; of the Egmont this week. that morning for fifty years in this State, A. 1'. Nowell. Schooner Kit Carson.
'hnt THE bark Congslerre, consigned to Win: and it would seem very hard that any one Schooner K. H. Ilayriman. sfKcliooI Hooks a Specialty.-fts I ./
,cop Lauvtoy, Is now discharging her cargo, consisting should have to wait no long for U cold bath. Schooner Ixmisu Fra/.er. I will receive careful and promptattention.
miontlq But it is supposed that he thinks better Schooner Silas (J. Evans. .
of about 3,000 bags of salt. V MKKF: .
Schooner II. IT. (Sore. "T\\
; -- late than never. Brothers. J. )r. t (' J. H. PRESCOTT
o tit Schooner Five ( ( ( !>Iors to Cooper 0.,) ,
THREE coaches and one combination -- :
Louise Ocr
Brig Mary ( )
rttdlefq car left Wilmington, Del., on the Steamer H. 11. riant. IJrig! Parnell (Br.) DEALERS I x I l-3in Fernandina. Fla.

i1 2M ult., for. the Fcrnandina it Jacksonville\ i. As January 1111the completion of the Brig Arcot. 1-SchooI and )Ilscellikiieoiis"" II I. .-- '--. --- .
Not IJ\ Railroad. Waycros-s it Jacksonville Railroad approach, Brig Ocorge. Z I YOURSELVES:;): by making
Brig" Kildonan (Br.) HLP MONEY: when .u
I -- much anxiety i is expressed in Brunswickand *- -* golden
plIant THE remarkable scarcity of box and flat Bark James Kitchen (Hr.) chance i is ottered, Ih'rdlulwu keepingpoverty
elsewhere lest the Macon it Brunswick 1 1J I. I
continues andmost Bark : ( ) .- | -. from your door Those who always
net curs all over tho country still Railroad should discontinue the ft h'umerf. Bark )Martha. Ttll'kl'r11I..) S take advantage of the good chances for making I
str roads are unable to take all the business It. I'lant, which has been plying in the placeof Steamship Ixtch (tarry (Eng.) J HOOKS; IMXMiS [to's money I that are hired generally become

is < offered. the Florence between Fernandina and .-- 1 f----. wealthy, while those who do not improve I
---- Xotlce.Office I such chances remain in poverty. Wo want !
see Ian. THE tops of tho coaches of tho passenger Brunswick.! The railroad hud chartered tho 01Jlce many men women, boys! and girls to work i
Jonrn-From tiN: ) .\. M. to fi:00: ) I'. M. If
Be t I' train on the Florida Central Itailroad, goingto steamer named only until January 1st, but Money( Orders and Registered Letters from HT.\TlO EItYXCY: ) 1(0)n': ) : ( for us right in their own localities. The

Ian Jacksonville Thursday morning, were we take pleasure in announcing that on yesterday 8:00: .\. M. to 1:00 p. M.: and from 2:00: r. M. ALL KINDS, bu-iness will We,pay furnish more than un expensive ten times outfit ordinary \-

of covered with snow. the boat was re-chartered, and will to 3:30: P. II. Sundays from 10:30: to 11:30:: A. and all wages.that you need free. No one who

guI 1ni ---- bo continued upon her present route. The lit. and 3:30:: to 4:30: I'. M.ARRIVAL. ('01'. Congress ami St. Julian Sts., I engages fails to make money very rapidly'

of COLONEL MOORE, of St. Louis, Mo.,and \\ completion of the Wuycross extension will AND PKPARTUIK OF Tin MULK.Xorthrrn Nataiuiah, Georgia. You can devote your whole time to the
JV Arrives 11ailtit 10:30:: .. M. ____ _- ,I work
of O. Taylor, of tho Fernandina & Jacksonville givotwo quick lines to loll'll1e.-'lacol& u or only your spare moments. Full
Closes :3:0": ) p. M. information and nil that is needed sent free.
cal Railroad stopping at the Kgmont In UBSCRIHE; : TO THE: MIItIi( )lt. $2 I'ER
were 'Telegraph and Messenger. : : ) '
Southern .lail-\rrh'J: 1' Vr S Address :STINCON; A ( 0.Portland, Maine. G
fo .. $1 for six months.
the early part of tho week. Closes lOlMl: A. II, ;
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\1p -- -------------- The Weather. .0;;:,. .11',1' and Trader' Hill _1l/il- -
few THE steamer St.Johns abandoned her Wednesday's It is no very difficult matter to get an Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at :2:30:: p. M.
and Thursdays ut 8:(") .\. M. SANBORN HO YT
trip this week, in order to make opinion from person about the weather Closes: Mondays

She I is .S/ Mariff, (; expected
some necessary repairs. just now; but there is so' much uniformity Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: .\. M. I ---

gris arrive here, bound south, on next Sunday. in them, it would scarcely be worth whileto Tuesdays and Friday at 20:! p. M.
-- ----- Wedn'sdaysaiidSafdaysat:00! : .\. M.
dcjailed accounts of what the various
h give
)[ri. JOHN DOZIER, late agent of the Southern -
Closes Tuesdays, 1Vetlnesdays,
dignitaries of church and state think UJMJII :
Express Company at this place, has removed Fridays and Satunlays ut 2:50: p. M.SOIL. GO
tho subject or rather, what they expresg.The .
stti to Jesnp and taken charge of tho T. RIDIIKI.I.: I' )i.
effect upon tho orange crop I is not yet .
office of the Savannah, Florida Western: -
.' Sot determined, but it is feared, und indeed almost Brick, WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED,
at that place. '
cabl Hallway _. (certain that there have been heavy Lime I ;,
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V '.\ FEW Gut freight line, called tho South- losses! one gentleman being reported to Planter. : z

04-11 Dispatch, via Chicago and Eastern: Illinois have stated his at $:!OUOO. Hair

c Itailroad, and extending to Pensacola We give tho temperatures different portions ATS\N ORX A HOVT'S.W. fly nail, Steamer and Sail
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v n and Southern Florida points and Havana, of the State and country on the 30th. R. TAPPVN-- Contractor- and Builder, td

. Cuba, has just been established. At 7 o'clock a. ttt. the thermometer! stood Toledo. Ohio sa'l'In ExceMor Kidney
a.g ...-- 5 below in the wdeof fifteen
-- --- Philadelphia\ zero. Pad l tl'ic\'C11me) pain
.gb )[u. ".. 1.\WTt\ cleared on Friday the Wilmington\ })cl..-8 below zero. years' standingl'lcuse seal mo another O

.gh l British bark Jtaeeiuclifft, Captain Hughes, lAmbcrtville, N J., 0 below y.cro. Va&L-& Adv.Xe A LARGE STOCK OF
Chicago, at zero. --'
feet --
with --
orders 330,000 -
IbrQuccnstown for
I Louisville, Ky., 7 below zero. .
.1t I pitch pine lumber. Value of cargo, $4,950. tlUI\'l':
1 l Cargo furnished: by Colonel" J. 0 Itcntl.I Dallas, Tex., 4 above zero, -- J
t1e Cbrsicana, Tex.. 0 above zero. I.\,1U 1TRATIOX 11.\.....
(]I TILE Morgan arrived at Cedar Key from New York 3 above zero. ... Z
4 below ut 12: a. in., -
Washington, zero;
tlt1 I[ ( Pensacola on Thursday with a god number:. 7 below zero.1VilkesbarreVa.:10. BALL complimentary to JIox I WM. D.BLOXIIAM .J FURNITURE 1
of iKW-sengcrs and. a fair cargo of freight. A below zero. and LADY will be given

special train on the Train It Railroad cons Danville Va.,-12 Mow zero. at Tt1l1aha !>It't'. Fla., on Tuesday evening, z.
I Vicksburg, Miss., 16< above zero; January. 1r1. and the public are res-xi-l-
,t It iiccted with the ..lurglll&IUH1SSl'ng1'i: were Cedar Key, Fla.:, 2'o above zero fully invited to astcud.ho. ). \

1 transferred without delay. Savannah. Ga., 10 above zero. (! 1' lUNEV", .1"". A. IlEMtERSOX, : -\XU-
np JXIL'ou: n.
Augusta, Ga.8 above zero.Iuntgomer J. H. PERKIXH.
I MR. HERNANDEZ:: foreman of the ear-hbps ) '. Ala., 3 above zero. (!hl\ A. BF.\RI A. I.. R\M> ,U>H. I .
of tho Transit Railroad, has been directed Charleston 8. C.. 13: above zero. 0-U ComiuitU-e on Invitation. :
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J box immediately. His previous Norfolk, Va.. 10 above zero. --- MERCirAXIMSJ-
bulllfift) cars N. C., 11 above zero. with full ,
Wilmington fn-e. .
(> H
that <5 1 A .
record is sufficient guarantee Knoxville Tenn., 2 above zero. 5)1U instructions fUr conducting the If' .

,' under his: management the cars will be early At this place, by j-clf-rcgisterinK.thermom- most profitable business that any one can w. . .. '.

completed,.and that he 'will fully maintainthe ctcrs, the lowest temperature reached was engage in. The business is so easy to learn, PQZ I '. ":;' .' i. : .... :
which ho has alreadyatcxpulrer. the lowestreached und the instruction. are so simple and plain) .: .. : ." '''''.. .... '-... .
high reputation at Jacksonville, :
18 above zero; that anyone can make gnat profits from .. ;;. .. I 0
.. .- was 19 degrees above. the Very tartu one can fad who is will.lug \ :-, _.. :( ,' -,..11. ... I'
trees this "Wand' whichdo to work Women are us successful as '
born of
but The upon
Florida orange
CLAIB is six years old, tho'uxuul Boand girls can earn large zunms.lauv CALL AND EXAMINE OUR : L
Christ. not aggregate more.than eight men STOCKS *
While discussing
Yankee extraction. ) have made at the business over one .
.. he wished unhurt, as far as can be ascertained. week Nothing '
mas with some of his playmates, hundred dollars in a / /4r r .
to the ocean has probably known before. All who engage ... ..v....
Santa Claus would bring him a velocipede The proximity like it ever with I 00 e "' ,:'" y
been the cause of this immunity.W are MirpriMxi' at the rae and rapidity
needful to a boy'i : .
und many other things ---- ---.-. which they are able to make money. You I I" P
happlneta. Eddie broke in and said; "Pooh! Ashland Toledo. tan engage/ in this bn! ine.* luring your .. ;' ... .
A. Tins. Gi avenue '. '
do not nee.1t.i t
Santa Clans; it's your father Is strong al t-iui re time i ut great protiK You I .
ain't My wife now as ,
there any Ohio nays; in it. We take all the ri k.Tho.M5 -- -- --- --- .. .
and mother who give, you all the presents. ever, her regained health' being directly dtje invest capital, money.hould. writet '"- ------- -
Pad. We wlv nml TfMly
and ah air of pity, re- to the use of the Excelsior Kidney Add
Clair with surprise all at ouiv. All funiisheil free. '
h'ttrtili'l't'OItIIIlt"1. it to kidney ) us r1c14fut't AJSTBORN &
can .
plied : "01", l*haw"! nobody but a Democrat trouble j>crson!!.-. f't' -If/if. : & e.-tt Augtikta, )ltain('. HOYTr

believe .
would that. .




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