The new era
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Title: The new era
Uniform Title: New era (Gainesville, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.H. Robertson
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: August 30, 1873
Publication Date: 1865-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 8, 1865)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1874?
General Note: Editors: J.M. Arnow and W.H. Robertson, July 8, 1865; W.H. Robertson, July 15-Dec. 2, 1865; J.M. Arnow and W.H. Robertson, Dec. 9, 1865-<Nov. 23, 1866>.
General Note: Publishers: W.H. Robertson, 1865-<1867>; M.E. Papy, <1873>.
General Note: "In God is our trust."
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002013766
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Preceded by: Cotton states
Succeeded by: Alachua citizen

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B .,, 3 B -CAEIrUL.W .-. .
',*y 'ng of a person's fqIitt' '"
= mber those with homes r-f gI li
'li11d seldom throw a ,t..'e,
e e nothing else to do u y j '-
But talk of those who sin. j !
'Tir4 b te we eommen ce fi t i,.me .' -.; .
" And r f ,r. that point begiu. r

We hIare no ri.ht to jutge a m'. .
Until Il's fairly tried :
Should w6 not hke his n..mpny, .*
-C + Wd kInOw the world if t ..
Some may have faults--i'l ah-1ia.b-ot,
SThe.0o44as well asyoting; I
rP'rhaps we may for aught .ve ;know, "
Have fifty to their one. "
-"11 tell you f a better plan,-
And fiiit works full well;
.try my owvn defects tocn e i. i
d+Before of othf?9j tell: -,. '" f
XiKfd though .lsotatimes hope to s. '
No worse Wan u.ome I know, -
-My own short comnirigs td,-ime let .
lie ,,rhfault5(f.others go. '* -
TI..n i.t u.i'ahli. when we commence
'T.' 1p ..-r t.fl eil1 or obe, *
t .,- T ia i-ssrrg ru? wor.d niaidoA -
T.b) tthoboes 3wl4 Kiw "
R-m.'-mnb'i. cure. ,nitetlmeq, like
tl .']il. nkn'-rw .-nt i ft '-ne ;' .
*\ D jri l Pp4 Lb .r-'ilh rs' uralil *- ,'.
S. e lihyr? u,:.rne of sLir it. f- ou "A "
.,.r L H 9 f4 tE A.N% IT- o T* "rUE.
; Y: ,*f .B ,1..1 -I
1 B L, r. ir than .eilth iintil. .
SI tt i p, ais' tribht croin th3 lict. ig t.
Wr..n.l iv we-tr .a r..y il dres.%',
S' "- iiuJ i s., pi,,:.t r in ito lai .'. 'A
1'o p ',it '! t* i iilde r.-t.'is.I r, sn .43
.'.. ni-"i.rs l hli~ h'Fi the larl, .i
f *W-iontg' t lie orn bedol.-.,%- .
1 ". 3Sotte3t pillows-:eath its. head f .
"t m.. ayon the My frown, '
1"'rt who 1aborfortheir bread. -,
+ f-- -' .t
Ye -. t Ih imile th. tliea o.l mqn wr.;ars
-.* 5 .- .tr" tli"'T n iritll--t c-in
Ai: tALibe pea.'.:- his tried hart bears
R. R k, 1 r I- llian dia.id in.. "
'' : rniv-vi-me >i. i'?' lhl tz-'. ,.-
%;i,,- \ Vhi, h'o ire ,f n3oi e h..,l-,,r T
M* i\iV.'th_ isy th0) n"i er d,-..
'" l ir'r-,n. ,i, tbai ,,-'sr ,itni s ,,.
t ".. "- *' "
9 141," v',. then, the ptiur and true.
i -' *-h i t hI lathe it.ini c.urt the ;J, .
I Aid let thi be qb nd,.lS"od ;
tt.t.?r'r thin erownn' (f gold,
et wi-ir, jywl.- rar" anal hright-
'Ir s better hri t-itu woalth untold,
S Is bitc p w ,l- that cri:wn- the right. .

The Figaro tells remark-able story,
'Thepe is now living in "Paris a lady
-whose names not divulged-who
-.jas become celeBrated throughout all
Europe for hr adventures',and fir
erniagnifipent diamonds. Thlo value
of these diatffonds was estimated at
-eight mil-lions of tranes.
Among her intimate friends Mad-
Same-X. counted Sir Joshua D. a gen
Stlemaaoof cold and, reserved bearing:--
He wds very attentive t6o her. Bat,
S'unfotrtunatelf for MadNee X. the d-'
V oted'iEnglishinau did 'fot love -her
for herself, biut for,. her jewels, and
_" he was in reality tahe chief of an or-
ganizedl band~bf robbers;,
-' His 'p10 was/'well laid. .Tn the
month of Jan uarylast'year, he indue.
Cid the hns'band .dl' Madanie X! to

Ir're-icjtl, and recomrjendd t, him
for t'at purpose an tIftli an painter,
,iho, ir Atshua sail', was an sexeel
"eBrwtitmen..: The painter, a "mqmen
hJ- berof (lie robber. bandwh-eame 'from
Milan, and.nlmproved th-e.titmehe ;wai
--a-trwork ip aheroppby taking an imn-
-'pressiton o-fall the locks. A month
at'fer (fhi', Sir Joshua suggestedto the
Shuisband tfiat his wife's diamonds were
t eotin, safety,, and that Madame'X.
u oght'o buy a jJvel-ease for the.tn at
"- ".Jl seia time- remarking tha; he
ew aw,1ry goiI J$nglishi maker,-
.enow-jevel-.ase wis accordingly
mado in Loudon, and the diamonds
wre, pTiieed i61t -
', At thi'end of twp months later, on
the warma rccommesadation -of Sir
Joshua, prrniision was granted by
Madame X. to another of his confess
^ rates, a Munich, je*elfcr;-to cAp the
designs, ot some of her jewelry-,
osownsibly for the. Empress of Geqr*
many. .
The plan was -Jhen' complete. -A,
'Waet de ch.ambre, in the emljoy of
Sir Joshua, opened every day the
jewel-case which had been provided.
with a-'secret and invisible opening
S in the back of the case. It was only
necessary to press a button and a see
'. cret spring opened the Bo-. -
S LIn this way'all the diamonds were
Removed one by obie, their places be-'
iog;. applied by)' imitation stones,
,whicsh-were made with such Inimita-
4.le perfection by the Munich jeweller
that they exactly resembled the gen-
uine diamonds.- Madame X. did not
perceive asy change, and the robbcry
was only discoveredd by ctanee., A
tow days :?tg0 one of her intimate
.; a< friendS+, a lady *iho wa-segotng. to

ta spl.d'td s9litaie. .
+ ",ake good care cf it,' said MadG
S nie X., as she gave it to her friend,
'It would be worth fifteen hundred
thousand francs if it did not have "a
ittjs defectt'
4hetady wore the diamond at the
Coventrgarden Theatre, and- while
++ there one of the *best know'Djewellers
S ofI.,ondon, Mir. B., was in her box.
She calleut his attention Ito the
brillint, saying whab- a pity it was
that It had a defect. *
-Mr. B, examined it and could ot

*; letect any flaw;,
t :Ie aIsedW&td b3 allowed to see it
..'". by daylight on the id owing day.--
S1-1e did so,'and pronounced it an imi-
t nation diamond.
) The English police were notified.-
Sir Joshua; fortunately) had' been ar-
rqst+d twg days before ths in Lon-
. "d0 on *suspicion of being concerned
W is the Bidgellforgery case. He was
-: examitned 'by Mr. \'iliigmson, the
* riof~f the detectives, abaut the dia-4
S ,no.rubbcry., 'At first he denied
t. "o. a- wledge of the affair, 'but aftbr-
-'Wprd, thinking .L.he- $ruth was
rtowuthe rela- :hese inierest-
ing details, .a !-' address of
+:' may of bt, ".
-&'igaro njdds- 'd-whole band
wasAthen in L probably all
toguld be can't | hLe.fric.id of

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in vain in that the

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,Mjitjatne X had not Idared to
li'.-r tefible loss to her, and ',h
would first'Ilc,,'lr it,4froisttheI L
police' on' ti'- same day that
-pubished*a. the columirs of tl
garo.- -.: -:.. 4'

it sOhe,
it was.,
he Fi.

The fullowinn yyrn was sputin.
Lqvrer, the facetious author of Cihas.
- *''n-.y. -

I I U ..-%M. Nta Wml.'lll r.U 1Ua. 'AJ rl tani-
idleal fur a dancee,' ,jid I-r. iJrs iLatg,
'tliey- are iiwnms-ie tsl on,; of salta.tory
muti'n. "I remember once in myr .life I
used to- flirt with one who was 'a great
favorite in a provincial town where I
Ysed to live, and confided to me she
had, no stockings "to appear in? and
Xwithodut them her presence ab -the bal'r
wasout of the'question. "
Chat vOasa hint to you.to buy the
stockings,' satd Dick. "
No,- you're oat,' said 'Growling.
'She-khewqhat I was as poor -as her-
seif, but though-jhe acomid not rely
on my puree, she had every confidence
in'my 4asteand judgement, and- con,
s.t'. n. op a plan she formed for
gia-g- to the u,.,'^-vAroper-tig,. Now'
what do you thiik it was !' -
'To go in cotton; [ sulpose,' said
Dick. -
'Out again, sir.--you'd never gdess.,
it and only a woman could have-;hit
upon the expedient. It was the fash-
ion in'those days for the dies in full
dress to wear pink stockings, and she
proposed painting her legs.' :
'Painting her legs 1' they all ex.,
'Fact sir, said the Doctor, and she
relied upon me for telling her if the'
cheat was siiccessftil.'
'And was'it ?' asked Darfy. .
'Don't" be in a harry, Tom, I
complied on one, condition, namely,
that L. should be the painter.'
'Oh, yotr old rascal !' sail Dick.
'A capital bargain,' said DaDuty.
'But not a safe covenant,'added the
--attorney., -. y -
S'Don't interrupt me, gentlemen,'-
said the Doctor.. 'II egt 'some rose
pink, dcior,.hgiy, and I defy all the
.^liiiic'sT e-I-t kamd i .hta-jit-,-
el+ tfi than I.dtd o0n 'tle Jenuy, and
a-prettier pair of stockinga I 'etider
saw. .
.'Andshe weat to the ball ?' said
'She did,'
'And-the trick succeeded I' said
'So completely,' said the Doctor,
'(Tat several ladies asked her to re-
commend her dyer to them. So, yoir
see wbat'a woman will do to go to
a dance. Poor little Jenny l she-a;-
a merry minx, by the by, she boxed
,myoeais that ijiLt fora joke I made

'for fearynur stockings should fail
down-'w-hen you are dancing,-iadn't
you better-et mepaint a pair of gar-
ters on them 'P'
ter en re. +.

A-romantic elopement recently stock
place in Kentucky, terminating, as
usual, in victory for the jealous lovers
and the totai discomfiture of their
parents, after some sharp skirmishiig.
The Young andt'Brown families, living
inlMercercounty, are well known by
everybody 4n iliat section ot the
State; being wealthy and of high stand-
iMg and influence. The Brown family
pointed with pride tpi beautiful and
accomplished daughter naied Anna,
and the Youngsve -!uci of a- pro'
-mis-ing son nam*Id -''i The two
Joung member fE-jamilies met
each other oli.en.. rdtardnt'iaffec-
tion sprung up betWeM them. 46out
six mBths ago this affeuocv Was malJe"
known to the parents, and the vouig
"t6tcrs pleaaeio t+e--%eiuwea- to"wry.
The parents refused to- listen to. such
nonsense, saying that. the&L were too
youqg, at least Miss A who was
gently crowding sweet sixteen. A'f-
ter a six months' entrea, finding
that the cruel parents would not relent
they' determined to elope to the
Hoosier State to faoilitate matters. .
All the members.of the Young abd
Brown.4amilies went to a fair last
week, and while there Anna managed
to slip away from her parents, and,
goinga short distafince out of the viL
lage she met her lover in a carriage,'
all prepared for a flight. The d#aighq
tel-w4 jnissed soonaftar her depart.
ure from. her parents' company, and
her father suspecting an elopement,
scented the track of the lovers and
followed close upon their heels over
the State border. Arriving at a hotel,
the desperate pair bribed the ., ord
ta keep quiet, and the** riage
ceremony was begun, The enraged
parent arrived before the knot was
tied, bui apprAciating their condition
the landlord refused to allow h1f to
-enter the hotel. Apprized of the
Situation at the front of the hotel,
where the 'father stationed iimselt,
the lovers effected" an exit out of jA
back way and -sped homeward, leaving
the old gentlemanf to come -on the
* following da' where he found hs

daughter settled determined and hap-
py in her new home.

The New Yoik Sun sketches the
earceror a pmS.le of Wall.,tteet bub.
bti.ti ,ks.:rswhosdgenius -for money
inLiukla :i[.,, .ar-, il, thcir ,.swn C ILttu 10

;aige ri. Fui' years ago, a young
atu yet in his tueus.-.graduated l'rumi
a primary schooling New York, and
entered a broker's office on Broad
street. He rose gradually to the posi-
timi of junior clerk,-which he held
until recently. Then the fi'rii, notice
ing the young man's Irishness, gold
rings and watch, -informed him that
he might+find in Wall street and, its
sirroundingm wider field for his abii.,
ties. On leaving the firm, the young
man called upon a friend, likewise a
junior clerk, aged eighteen, The two
agreed.thcy'hould never work again
foet'any living man but at one start an
office on their own account, put 'but
their sign. and allow their expeni
ence to serve as capital.
:-&'ugeLer'they hired a back room
up a-d:iogngyk ght of stairs, and had
a little tif sign painted, dn which is
' Modestly inscribed the name of W.
F. Hubbell & Co. They began, bus.
iness by issuing a circular showing,
how ad -iivestuient of $10 ;will pay
WJOO to $3000' a month by buying-
puts and calls, the call contracts be-..
ing divided into ten shares of $11,
25 each, including commission. The
probabilities of success, assured 'by
'the firm to-the person purchasinag- -
full call on 'Erie,' supposin' the
stock to fluctuate from 32 to 60, are,
on an investment of $112 50, in ;le.ss
than thirty days $3,175. Such a
surprisiigly quick way of making
mofvey has caused their business to. be
inquired to. Several brokers'wno ox-
amiued the circular considered it "lit-,
tie less han a.'sawdust swindle,' and
expressed their determination to bring
the matter before the president of the
rcgui~rboar.] with a vicw of nutting
a . Ai7 ( --,, -- :. *.:'--4^.,..-n-
venile brokers, who it is thoug-it, are
calculatedd to bring iato bad-odor the
workings of the Board of Brokers.

It is sad to think how much of the
labor aft' men is labor in vain. It
turns out differently from wbat they
expect; it produces-'.no, useful and
tangible results. Argreat deal or the
work we do is done only in the hope
that it may be profitable, we are -all
the while in uncertainty, sometimes
in painful u ,P i.ty a4-1a4- fiut"-
"effect.-?Twas '0nly to-day-that a fine
-boy, as manly a young fellow as we
any where know, came to a sudden,
v-vplent dwath. Last winter ho went
out on the brittle ice, and saved the
life of a young companion at the
imminent risk of his bwn, He was. as
gentle S9 a 'girl and as brave as Stone-
wall Jackson. His gun was -acciden
tally discharged into his,.breast, and
in a moment the poor boy was speech-'
less-dead All the labor his parents
had bestowed upon him, their care,
their watchfulness ,eoded in 'a coffin
and a grave. -It was labor in vain.-
Alas, for his heart-broken father and
mother !
How often does the- farmer tow,and
the frost, flood or flane become his
reaper. We-have somewhere rea-da
stoiy of a man who went out. ifitb his
field, in the spring of the year, to
sow hi8 grain.- As he cast the seed
into tfie,grbund he heard or thought
Ahe heard at his elbow, a voice, saying,
'you may sow, but you sbali not reap,'
lHe.eft. the field :-andj reported the
+circumstano.e to h'ip wife. Slie w,.a4.
sensible woman, and made light of his
11,. 0. d'o I etoz the field. b-ut
'the s"ame wcrds sooinfd'M-i'ti his. ears.
and 'he went home again, took his
bed and died. The foyer was already
working in I is blood wL.en -he was
first in the field. His work was in
vain; because he did not live to enjoy
its fruits. Our plans are oftet left-
.ulfiuished, and, so far as our own
benefit from them is concerned, are
often in vain. Sometimes the labor
of a whole nation, forbears together,
so far as- human eyes may see, is to
no purpose. And thousand's of our
race seem always to be
Dipping buckets into empty wells .
And growing old with drawing nothing up.
Thank God, there is labor that ,is
not in vain, It may not always seem
to be successful, 'but it is never in.
vain. It is our labor in the Lord-
Our Maker is our task Master, and our
wages are sure." We may not see the
effect-ot what we do, but the labor, "the
toil and weariness, are written in a
.book, and will never be forgotten or
unreward'4. Labor for self may.+be
unprofitable, labor forP our fellow-men
may be, utfrequited, but lab in "the
Lord),or the Lord's work, always yields
its tru e"reward. It is n)t in vain in
that it always produces some beneficial
effect upon ourselves,' not in vain '.in
that it docs not fail~of its effect upon
our fellow lnen, and especially, is it aot



-~ ~s.-J-. Mr *d-~~:


i vain in that the Lori P46% i- to-
accom-plish that whereunf 1o ..0,iul2

tW.,Vt.* ,. work on, nor doub'W" fea.'n,
T. ..in .o to age this voice tt cheer, .
Whatever may die and be fo& it- '
Work done tor God it dieth n' .

A young man entered lie barrdom
of a village tavern, auL (AeilhAd f" r a
dgi .- --
l-N-,,' said the Iatqdlord .il)..ve
had too much already. ,YouiiI" lvo"
had delirium 'tremen Pnhf.s n, an,] I
caunot sell you any Di:,roQ' lie step-
ped aside to make room ) a couple
of young men who had jist entered
aud'tho landlord waited u|son theml
very politely. The oth|?: had Atood
by sullen, and when iheyjSa'sfilntised
he walked up to the latia ird Aiii thus
addressed hjim ; ,
'Six years ago at theurge, I stood
where those young men iowv are. I
svas a man ith lair prv-jecis., Now,
at the age of twenty-eigit, I am a
wreck, body and mind. '.u Ied me
to drink. In this room fomed the
habit that has been my, rui. Nowv-
sell me a few more-glasses, a d your
work will be done II I tili be ctone I
I will, soon be out of theoay, there is.
no hope for me. -.But ey can ,be
saved, they may be me again. Do
Rot sell it to-th' .-i. to me
and let me die, and theo'tor"l V,-"4
rid of me, but for heaven's sal don't
sell any more to them.' -
SThe landlord listened, pae and
trembling. Setting dovi ha biecane
ter he exclaimed. .
'God helping rne,tha is thb last
drQP I will ever sell to aim on? "
lIe kept his word.

There.is apeculiar sa deting effect
says the DaLury Aewsi, waking
in the nigat a hearing rglars at+
work in,, your huse.. Ih'i was the
casb with Mr., Henry o4 .Solith feCL,
As 8odn as he; detected o.t0dtsCe,
.whieh fappiaredI toQ be Own-ll -.l;
hoftly ci-pt out bfbed'.a tPoViWLf.

His wfe wisti uja eu
sam- noil', Z U
thing was t ,iauier tg, l- the chil-
dren who slept iS the Wx'st ruoiq, 'she
carefully withdrew frro.j et .- not
to disturb her husbha.i and sk rted
for the door. An ins t tlaIer hey
collided'.. What he th ght'was jevi"
dent enough. All th-l ard ear ings
of an arduou lile Wer2 stake. Be,
fore him stood oe orti ce rolibs.
With' an excl-hmatin# of condeuiii'ed
e oquelc b he clinchi otherr V hat,
sIhe thought is not qitft so eVviI.denit,
but it was doubtless 'her husband
and children, and bci plucy with-
al; she at:once twinnA h'er ,,gors in
bis hair, .and.gave h 4 wenehf that
-made him think 0 ledth .Then
both of then went d-qy to. t4- fl-.or
together, she having t' advantagee
in tbc fall, and getti-n. td top, ;with
her hands, still in lt1i3s1 e '-shook
his head against the fl witt .an
energy and courage .llbs ulsl have'
undoubtedly t-led hii 'ta-4'e: flowing
with adniiration-ha.li 1)kni.wa whh
it was, or had he.-koyvo anything at
all. 'Every time .she- .ipd.hbimn she
shrieked for-help, anc iu ;'brriuf.space
of time the children nd irs.'iEbeu
Davis, who lives dpw. st.ai&,'were on
the sc.ne. Mrs. )1i widnot 'ress.
'ed for cormTpny, but, i u e xcite.
ient sAe (tidnt, titil ,alln'ment.-
She had a-candle i jind'hadb iand a
long caiving-fork iojtl other, and
was abtt to drive'1' lair. ink, the
legs oltie villian, hel tecouitiorrn-
ensueI.it Th-en Mrs:'Daisaii down
her candle in one dicrt- a'd 'the
ford in another, and ial'ealy rl.
turned .o her own..apAitm ts, her
yellow flannel night api as h hot
down the satnrs, bei'. fficW- thing-
that Mr. Henry sa.iwv'1t s,,i-inging to
his feet. The child~aitjre returned
to their r)om, andi p|et ts bed, but the
parent- did not rffcfnlu' Jiheir co-uch.
It was so p'isat t iat Mr, Henry
concludedd to remnraHBl ( .'the rejt of
+the night" and ni,.,' thi.Ceiinry, and.
Mrs. Henry thoa^.l iu beat to stay
up, too, so to change. (te cloths on
his head as oltien as ,)-ible.
.- ,, -+ ++
CBiEAP VINEGAn.- 'I ak'-a quanti
ty of comtatpInris'hi ,otatoe),s ant
wash them until they in'e thoroughly
:clean, and then !ae0 ^wletim is a large
vessel andboild tieaj' pntircdone, I
now drain off coreluify tbe water that
I cooked thinin iu,'Y-traioiugs it it
necese-aty, in order 4 reutve every
particle cf the ., i. 't l- .4, put

eight~eeiu, co ri ot
boy 'an comnenvc. a nin-hl
an'rto a rough dePn 'nthe
tured a sharkausWv9,twhih va tnrtgeaS
-him that hq dreW a re t and.snap4 ,sn
ped three cps atathe sion,.wo,eeing.e ,
ihisdanger," snatoi. al sh'et' gt+.i m the .
rack and'fired upon 9ii ,fa&erOJ Nilag .g
himvi*$autly, and 'tih.thrieW ao"n lth.-
gun and fled foi-the wo6is, sfe"i mVh ,
nothing has been heardl.f hi -'-"
Judge Wallaae, of Obok coui I :
nois, has reiendered a'decisiplian the.'*a"" -
of the 'adminlstration -of. tAle-- "
Cotleib WiIlig, -eceased, who peaeloe -
valuable property, affirmingtlar d'tI4!,t
of a old age married by agreement tt di Withi -
out ceremony a girl w'ho-'Iioe4lrv a" di.
.mestic in his house. After h l deat s: i
obtained letters of .adnmisaUol* Hi" ,
sons, by. a prior an4 legal g'rifg~,. ".
a petition to set asid4.t. the ad 0ista'a '
tion. 'The oourtAeld t% at th" 6g. SImdf, '*
to miarryan. satti;e ltenlly lTiNig geLt .
er as- husband .ad fife ;on qig id B gal -;
id =ornmon laWwrerriage, .t*n 4irblMf ..lt
the petition of-the~tons of tl.-de"eaa. .
_a.: '' +.:- -' : ..'*.
'"Owing to thba- h 4f aie ,ditiOer
won't be any -l eaJer Ttesday." ,10 si--
WisdonBa weelbd; -,+buBt +].9o]-.il t,
>, oltrippoiQo u e4nea'. ;: .'+ 4
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est and, fhbsf reAiins, because ther4s1
our own efforts and our own oontribu,
tinn,or we mjtst get% 'r neig bors and
friea'ds who have heretofore done nothing
to come forward and heIRus. This lTafti
is, we believe, the way out of ourI difficult
lies. The old'illustration about' the ooW,
'the more you ifm't her, ),the more she
gives,' is only true within limits., We
get to the stripp'ngs, the very last'drop,
after awhile. The difficulty -is that the
gentle cows, the oows that .love to be
milked, ar-e iiilkei dry, while others are'-
milked very little, or not at all.
We repeat, we must do more. Every
year our work.-jgidens, and the calls
upon.us beeomn more frequent and
more urgent. ,Every man must.be the
judge of his own ability to give and to
help on the mission work. Theft are
few of us, perhaps+ who might not *do. a
littlee mire. We may find out same 'way
in r.hi:li to) sasv or make, more for the
Lirs'i work. For ourselves we sonm-e-
I nes f-si h'itu leue.l'I with the thoughtiof
W 1h,at is tL- be .luie,'and although it is no
,Bo_-.ur bunu-i.i thanlt.L -isthe bu9i:
.--@1'SI._ -oler Christian, We feel
aki'. : ff o br hat and. thanking ev-
"e,1itol sbikant who comes up cheer-
IdIli. '" '. b help of the Lord. The
S.:'Pds o.r.m thbe heartwhen we say
10to -uu," thlie Lord bless you 1' .
'We must do'ore. Our work cannot
go on without it. -"'were a pity for it
not' to go forward. Fifty thousand dol-
-lats is not halt tsjnuch as we need for
Domestic missions. Sixty-eight thousand
dollars will barely 'meet the.preising
wants of the foreign nm4ssion' field. And
in order to roaqh lae.sums WQ ms.tst dq

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tIlis p tottr--W "If tag,
-which I plac i
some pa, e:a vh m u4 i oI pt warT,
and add one p' au tA t-i -A .
two ail one-fltf g b:i3 o' the w.{tprI.
some ho1p yeatj or 1ItIll portion o
whiskey. Preare, i t4itis way and
let it stand three 4I week?-, you
wil ve tuositl vinmear. In
ddglf it i thi., i' that will
preserve et,:'irt6J,b.i5resh from
the vines wihbti'Te, ""ttid of -salt.-
Canada I"cc 1,'1 1

,ttn. efro tif ff-.hmn.d^
He did so. The" father inq
ieans1 the lawyer said he did ii^i
ly know, but he would inquire.. T T
.iext time he saw h'is young..friend,-he
asked him if he had any propjeptg at all. o
.- "No6"' replied he. ,
'W-eft,' replied the lawyer, "would-i
you guffeeiany one to cut off Ion# nose,.
if'he would give you.twenty 'thousand+
dollars for it?" ,.
"Not for the world I"
4 'fTs wgll." replied the "lawyer; "I
had a reason for askiUgg". -
The next time he savtXie girl's father,
he said : "
Tf' have -inquired about the young
man's circumstances. e has indeed,
no ready money, btt he has'a jewel,
for which, to my.knowledge, he has been
offered and refused tirenty thousand dole
la~rs.' o *;.4 *"
This Induod tBt old llher to consent
-to the marriage, wliioh iecordingly took
pI.ce, though it is said that in 'the sequel'
he often s8 his head when he thought
o6the jewel.' .
t i _o "
.A Condudtdr 04 g Ghieago and Alton
road is-reported as-:hdf4g bidden hon-
eymoon billing and cooing.-.-Observing
a bridegroom'-*cm out qf.'tlaoe, he for.
bade further deuohsnrat'iWi.. 'But I
have a right to huglior, 'SaidJohn. 'Not'
oe'a railroad,' gai6 the-oonjilctorj,!there
is a law against all unjtist discrii-naatioun
on railroads, and as4 haven't a woman
for ea maein on the train to hug,' your
action is in vilafioi of the lawanud"
must be stopped.' "+
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... __* -V Lr DeparfwiIn 1859 to exaiLue jti)si .
-^ / S "and repnrf'ulite 4 tlalber, aues, leoeas. "

/<' /U .' ,> .. .. A -. .. Tc nan ^'S uD.Ell& L .aa .: '
^ ^a ^ H -^ ^*x^7k3^/ '^1' r ior iotn moth oFlearid4xaa rf'*''
"-in..dingJ "irheraboib lrh% C... ,
asLaflre ul th'elooing.was hip id"If'
warr o,32, fhurs&
'1 air, P6
~~to t he .K :~i g e- f
l 1mah4 40
Sh ahd their* e*a'Tlin u o
h rS'._- aving 1 chail iiA
.... w eons3. # ,k+.
30f '*-."" -. ,'"- At (he enlrahloe tI#iSsn
-." *. Lake OWlleho .eD, .It a< .o-
' *. -'--" "* -. or Big Fo:x Ew h-pone' aI 'and "2 sffas j

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3 .1r87in3. .-,-, 'i _O 36- ,- I

1JUTICE OF THE-.P EACEE. mn.-.re than we have di.ne. TIeenre n.] kniwn ift b a. t b ,
S *' 1. ... ~- + __ tlnv'yeneroit. he rt. lth will y i Trn i> n f.t, lhe tse l th
-A Justice of Peace n1arred cou(- d mole. om te e. we h,.,, h, esu teiohh
.pic inIFlorilda some. time rt.ince. It will einI, do ng more.-lu ,,rty ni ,tu ered"L.thl mso
I ol F, ./ JJoi.r .l." -s s n r h tm so
'was the first time he ever, did such a -. rs.ns, a underan4 l eaI.l
thingaitil he got mixed. IBe wound CTCHNG CUIlRwL o FiSa t 3yoeag Tig Taie i '.j.
up b sayin, TCHING.SQUI ELSON Firee pa'ezttre fihit t,
up by saying, i hstie ilLe'lr ois0
-^-w-i-T 1--U i .HUOK. The first.'old Ecboe'sB,-'re _Talla~ufA
S'Suffer little children to come auto HIOK. The ist e.l r'o i T Ehoes, 'od a
_-- Indians raked 6ri~jln'T d .+sP }
thetn.- I have caught wlth a ho-k and n.] ne, ec, an.1 having no'affipuy or'eemm
The'bride remarked, 'Thank you nsays a curre,-podaeni ofa B...tion ,nse., tlDl with the qtier., Anid until.W
sir. John, let's g, that 'is all we nearly all kirdi of fish, bepid,:s urilli', when tie. wr,.. te' y Ji]te .t'A.
want.,' frog, duck-aud other fowli hIat while id-'tie coanil-.j'lid .glc
SAnother-P'&,, havifng-.no book or i r ,r..or lilt i tie 'ing. bru,)k C-yrc+E, for.Ai; Oil-
Ma-iI dPcov-rd iju cted
form, toid the couple to hold up tbeir ield f qp.=r,_. nut ,\ ., 'e w IA.reua vtF."" ,j-irt-i;"pry... p
right hands, when he said, a fplen,.il fotiTerot--un Jn.aj^k, -,-a '-ue''Beningg i'Titriba e
'Youdoseat that you rc re man wa about biiiitog my !iwk,- I'..iw a g o.t,, L o 'S.m ,
and wife the best of your skill and 5i-i-1 squirreljump urn., eyro. Mr ala,:st toal!9 annniated .
poe o hp yo Go > pulle w ts (f ga.,,d lejitgi".i rt- trl*1tove1 T tlor at Lake Oklephobee. He .e o "
power, so helpyoaGod "the op.prtul,,ii,v hy pla.1Xg the h, uok noar .ilered hy other Indiais as an dutlat?'
^ "' ",~~ ,hi-. h...l. At 0'. lie bri-bel It nIty and i cn'-eqjeneeh.s o relationsn WlI'
'Doctor, that ere ratsbane or yourn with his paw. but .lLpera while, eilcet oul th e others.' -."".I.- t"' I w
is first rate,' said. a Yankee to an of ."ie or i.r love At ilie pps-. mi. le a *-.&ti Jo8 t"bc'Ct66i1R'ng "f nea 1
apothecary., .jiunip and touk lthe h.,k in.. his mouth 1s" pe'xns are the ory:.-- iinoog nt
'Kucw'd it I know'd it said the At that muoiaent I 'd-r.iw up.n hinm 'ansj Ftoridl., and are nQW uu4r a'i ad'" sub ',
p~..ont vendor of druhg 'Dn ri a daQ llHl ng ,wenty feet iu-nir. cebit"naaiei Old T4 rr uDng t,*ln?9
pleasant vendor of drus. Don't l u,.ah dianuFng asti, climbing up the line -'asont*.t% ky Vi'he*ig- CrpesS'b
keep nothing but first rate doctor ansi tihn down tliepcole wao a le-_on to hurt l.J..th8tarLbBnb *-.;-
seuiL' co-mm:,n fish. I inIVy laid the polte dthe Ri.0imAae ",er.. Z.h'.y. cuuva1'
'Aud doctor,' said the otIer coolly, ground, and then cile a ie. of g'ra airgelv in.o'ylr -iri-- bu,
'I want to buy another pound of ye .' uius and various, oanltic. Not b'.iig .afn- ffrr.it,-''otitoes .bnanas,-f, .
aAsqu.ii edwi with that kilul if fish. ansi- cPp_-gth the' Epo4niateei-grotow th -
'Another pound V'_".&..." A.... .
'Anothr pound ? hearing ihit aany attempt iq lisebgage the u upiDB. awl jftd. *hb ey. .bh ',
'Yes, sir. I gin that poun 1 I bou.,ht tsk nguli Ine at._ijft t he hliagethe,-t puutni .- a.' .h ,
W,,, would Ibe 40i9[" Ie~ tge;i.4-L I "f lny. k ."- -''
the other day to aj pesky nioud:-, and sl.oul.leri- my fi.h.pble ani, mareiuel to b- [t may reasonribly b estnecl i,..
it made him dreadful sick, and I am l he blacksmi h sh.,p ncar by, where, ilis time they m7.y, h. b .5 ,Win ON&
sure that another pound would. kil" with thie tai. o' tiwu assistants anaa pair al:.sgehher. Bumt i3.pr osterout-to .
S of blacksnmiiih'as ton L, the hok. as live ilat Ihey rillbon hetlck11Ie, -. _
him.' -* __ deitched an. the letlow set at iety. oue ,ugeous ,goatt "e,
"T -. " ,* ~----- Nuot three uinuies inter, however, hlie wa3 ihem .e'e-.IiEliani W'4.it '' *
Steadily and surely the grand old cipuring aloqg the 'eeo4s if- nuohiog id-he w.rbof 1.b6&Wi.. bdt aehluFu
J democratic] pa'ty is rising to the re, hiLAj ippene. selves as be :they -pould ,i '
quir-enin+t i,-& noble rii ,ion. Ina ] __ abaaonmenl^..he'conr'
-- --. .. "- in 1.sb,& Tfie4 .were the f0
Ohio No Monopoly,_No" Protective Twn .. A I GRANG ,.i Tfiewer he
TriffT 1 ir *__ ,is and sued fdlo.ceaeje.after..h f
ariff, No Irredecemable, Currency are -- during the ibpll.t4, l t .f.rerlthlf. .,
the watchwords of the corning cnt.-s, It is an orginizulion ot farmers. I& offer fnt-(o t -troops at,,..
and as we hope the coming hafjr s ohjeits imuprovementrs. It r" i i-rs, but cd
ana w op,n om viewury -0 t ,ro -but cohild~n
The .rld comoc ngc ,designed to elevate and enlighten thebtp nryed dJa.
The M.aryind emocra appoac i' firmer. it would bc _.terqnoify him rety and e
the same high standard, and. froim his God-given profession. 11, aits 5 I, to eutr t he were- ad "smi.de Teaamll
Maine omes back the clear and firm bring abiut these otjects by association tuition for their 'au tnd
Ituje 4 e ofthe by sa~ ~ ain AiuiinfrIO
voice reiteration of the Ohio plat- It u ,ites u,-:e of The same calling in-o turnu ere our ue -'rens 'S- -
form. More and more plain y will one grand brotherhood 2or the pr.iectirn n u true rnents- .. .
itb I- ap., .......... n- .the .. ru D,3-ofail. It esta~ishes id every neighb,)o CLE CLVFRT RICK.BY D"
it become apparent t the true D. a le ture rom-whi... ...je grarie it 4V TRI-K E
wroora3y of the whole Union that self-in which the important truth ar' A cleveptrick was latel-piayetd-U. *"
thorough-goiqng Democratic principle', unfol.led It dls3eminaies vqtinable in. one ofi the London police 1d'teetie. ";t4''" l
openly maintained,-boldly aJvoe,,cled, I)rmuilIon, taita ;ll may be becefiedlel. i a frequent practice for-tbe mensgvanUIV,.
and faithfully app-lied-to 'wit. S. collect as wel as dis3eminates. It is in targe-estalialmienAs to ',v the i ,- -
an fat j'l al+pole -- u wit. S pg.' .. + e /
ci- vm ,. m v ian iriteLleettial institution. It call for table in the afternoon, and as re w..gi'*
Cie Payments. -NO monopolies, T.4 an exercise ot the mind. It brings mind d.lwt, are usually open at jlp /.4
tion for taxes ouly-will not only re- in ctuntict with mind. and. by tie cun, of tbh" yis'r, thieves bavejn seyerarin -n
store. -to the .Union -the beneficen.t l-aisot _e. mijisi are ll-untiitel b6 iLe siances effecited an eutrasce threl ani ..
rulo under which all its hiturc glsric s .f -* l '..It.i.teI a.-,.._.I p pl a.' One aft'6nooi f "
were won but, wil la I-.o ,et-didy restoreG s ..- 0 nus.in a fas he orn

I.f a colcrgettles on th -' outer la^ ai^ 5lhv bfr en tagr;-!pet dint ." Th e _"_fP}lah^'as
Irs"s ',ir;03o~r I ewhot iul

ino, of thelungs~it bdco u,-s ll ] rr- es-h feel-an interest in all.and ready to Taint, f'r e~rery spoon aad foik. :.
nree T ridc0':Md F Armnje rs' ig;ts. L-.I1a-A

g-0t- ielu 8l..... r+," I Whheal~sup the wounds of. ad.nished. T deceive tlenq'ui ,.
Wld. m ml otegleo ofurom.0L hy a few Mi' hte ha o

-'-o '.T -u'rora, une. It admingeiseriomfors cul ned be nac.rpe bag winc.e Id gu
HO0W TO grE~A OD, Id brotierwQraher rfhyJai~wn E~
'hoi t unites by st~rdng ties-the, dining., room, iand'hen 4corn ive-
If a cold'ettles on th! outer 5aat have.before been strangers.-' -jplarde to diisfy7 Tue ms~a o ,nh~a
ings of the'lutig!s it bc nseffeachi feel-an interest in all, anid ready fto Taint, fur e~ery spoon, andl fotlik
iainfamaionof he'lujia ecah, I'hea1l up the wounds of. haitfanisbed. The detective then qui~i?"!*i.,
feve, pfaninmainycas tes' rI nfrurteuI ami-se4'cm orsspened. a 'carpel. bag which.he had Nth
fever, and in many-cases ir ao the sick and elevatt.sa the sifferings of hl m is.] revealed to Jeamef's gazeahe..
strongest man to the gr-avo wi ahe distressed. misnig articles fTte detective haI him
week. If cold WlIuponII lhe .r i self goi in at the wivow snd swept off
covering gof Ohelungs it. is' pleuSy, PfACTICAL WoMAr. fl th e p i wa r thu a i 1 '
with its knifeli ke pains and its sl,- -- r ni.. r him, but overy -- '- v-
-'-i-e lessoa to Jeit ., -.-
very slowjecoveries. If a coltdeettles --A nFrafisoo paper says jxat a-few .," '
in the ois then there is rAeutm.. yearS .,w hen a number .ad : i, A TOn"0. '.-
tism, with the a, bnies of pain, a n Fraffoisbo kblcama.inter'fstedi the a i [ Haven Jounal.
rheumatism ct the heart, whichin and subject of thte advaacelft and elev- iok- % [Ne Haven Journal.J *'
rheumatism of the heart, which, in an ofWomen in both a political and business Yesterday" a fiernoon aiiltIe boy o tif.:" :'
instant, sometimes+Snaps asunder the sense, two bisters-Miss Lelia and "Miss Kolkoff. ^n'o' a Oi'nman ehoemat'eiJiyf, ^.
cords oflife with no friendly warning. May Gurtis-maie up their minds to pre- ing in ^oote "lreet, near NewhaUtfll., -. ,
It is of the utmost practical impor- pare thumsplves for active buiManessifoe. ^d one o" thel .mo't hair breadth escape .
.,,_ fln in ffu> :. L wea+ther With the consent Of- their parents mtey fr~int*eath wcor' ous ixnjau!rkaowu -^
_tance, then, in ti utry,.weahr, came to New Yorkto aiqauire he art of GrndAtseet residents. He *was withh' ^-
to know naot a mue1+how to e a 'wood engraving, *ami remained at the'- om iin* on'-Grand streetg .-kiaLtro~aA *.
cold as to avoid,,,it. Cold- always-comcs Cooper Institute uatit they considafed, btri_^. *.indI -dck- a notion to elanbe.p up "_
from one ciuse-some part of the bo; themselves prepared (0 engage in busi.nes.. on t'bridge rtiling which hamdid4..pnl "
dy beir,, coter 'thafn natural for a They then returned to San Francisco, losing hisfooting fell to the traces blow -
tm tf apci-son will keep his feet. and, under the name ofela Ctrcts a& Co., : aista'nce bf about twetity fedt. A enwd ^
tim e. If a p e n will .eep P is T. c opened an engraving resta-bltb s tnenl --.- gad red in twbm entary expe*t3atio n1 bat --
warm, always and.never to allow ,io, 'hey have devoted thezusel.es to their the rorsrier,-a.jary, and -aWa. unnertake .-
elf-orherse' to be chilled, heorhe bsi"asi with industry, fidelity and s'ki1i. w will nevwtalr. cold in a lifetime, aud Th'eiework has increased ontheir hands +soisnnity'theboywaspiok-edgi tldcon- .o
this can oly 1e accomplished by due and they. have now s3veisl dther yilag ,veyel to the police otfce. There, .jo- i i .
care in w. .m cot..ih. .nd _vidfat, liihes ,ssociated with them. Their great surprise of aU'aands,.it was' found -,
e. establishment stands i reputation second he was tutinaitreL. He and his-iompan, -
of drafts and exposure. While 'multi .o none in Sa4'rancisco. In the meaa^-ions *er-e soon weadingdt~eir way home .
tudes ot coids come from cold feet, time both ladies have been m arrte, which to Foote street.. His contpaation was d +s .
perhaps the majority arias from cooDl incidents in tfftr.lives have not been titute of alpair 1:breeche8, and wore a ;.
i -off too quickly after becoming a permitted to interfere ',with "their busi"- big shia which came dcw..':to~his knee-..>
little warmer than is natural, from ex "" s ... instead, an" bot.. i..-d" if .t.ould -
ecsr : ;.r r o uic_1 e- to impossible to-get Them clean in thudn ..?,
ercaseormWORork romeonutemen A VALU-ABLE JEWJL" e.tion,-appy& ord, the=,prted r
a warm;-apart-ment. : = A. VALUABLE JEW'-. wit.'woind erPa tae: o r iftie w lha
4- A young man of Nuremburg. 4hn- irtit garcos of Foote street+ -
WE.MUST DO MORE. .hg no fortune, requesfd. a<4a~weda ,' .,-,B ,'TT- .'.- "
-- '.. r F t ..friend of his, to recommend ^r-h- fei&> *r*'-t -'|-i <
Why mjustwedo mrei For the plain. family where he was a daily. 1r..,a w l^'^


-SATURDA.Y, AUGUST 80, 1878.

ED OR 14 P1.A. P "mb


S We are not responsible for opinions expressed
Sby- our correspondents. R ejeciedl manuscripts can
Neither be'i'eturned nor preserved.
": 3ITadlsbxi Counnf-y PoiitlisJ.
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Th'Ii, following is Oa extract from a
'letter, 'received by- a gentlemen of
Gainesville ;
S'MADISON, FLA, Aug. 16', 1873.
Politics are running quite high in
this'county. There is a big split in
the Radical colored Voters. There
-are forming Reform Societies all over
.the county, and are 'down on the
S Courthouse crowd. They call upon
the whites to help them in their op.
r-.a-position to Carpet Baggers, and are
willing to divide the offices with
them': think they will carry the
county this fall.

A white girl of Washington of res.
pectaMe parentage, and handsome, has
eloped with a colored wagon driver.
... i. *
Jacksonville has granted the right
of way to the'Great Southern Rail,
way through Beaver and Marsh
Senator Stockton is distributing his
,back pay among his constituents. lHe
has begun with the Long Branch bar,.
Dr. Thomas Smyth, for forty-three
years a Presbyterian minister in
Charleston, died in that city a few
days ago.
La Villa has a public institution, of
which no other place in_bhe-Sai- can
lo'"s1 cdnng hospital-which
is reported to have beer ii successful
operation for some monthspast,-

A man named Kellard, in Linn
county, Kansas, killed his wife, her
sister, and his two children, placed
their bodies upon the floor, covered
them with straw and then 'set fire to
-the heap, when he was discovered.

a;. Itis said that tifhe lot on which the
new banking house of Drekel & Co.,
S of New York, stands As the costliest

S107 fcet 10 .inches b.J:1,P feet 10 in,.

On the first Monday in October,
Connecticut will vote oif the constitu
tio,4al amendment eWblishing one
capital instead of two. The contest
which has so long agitated the State
and caused bitter feeling between
IHartford and New Haven, wifl then
be 'practically settled, although the
decision-must, we believe, be ratified
by the next Legislature.

The Treasurer Department has just
issued an order whichli, it is thought,
will considerably affect the *gold mar.
4ket, The Mint at Philadelphia is ia-
structed to run its full capacity in
coining-gold and silver alone. The
same order has been telegraphed to
the Mint directors at Carson City and
San Francisco, with the injunctioa
that the force may be worked extra
hours. The monthly addition to the
new coin of the country will be $3,-
000,000 throughout the year,
The corn and sugar cane crops in
Hernando, S mter:nd Hillsborojgh
cojnties, are reported as good, or proa
bal-ly better thai ever before. As
much cannot be stidf for cotton, the
etrerpillar having made its appeari
__ aee. rL.:y impression ,s

'The' mfan~factiuarin*. 'industry of
'. Richmond and vicinityis generally in
a prosperous condition, and the pros-
pects of the future are highly favora.
ble. T!e various flour4 cills are in
full operation, the celebrity acquired
bythe, brands having insured a steady
-and constantly increasing demand.-

At MAnichestei, the iron, paper, flour,
machine~ and other factories are fully
employed, and the attention of East-
ern and uropean capitalists is be-
ginning to be directed.to the nnsuro
passed water power of That locality.

G]AIT IN DANGEk.-The country
as had a narrow escape from univer,
sal mourning. President Grant du-
S.ring his tour in -Maine, was caught
out on Penobscot Bay by the disloyal
9g, and hie Excellency went bump.
ing around the rocky borders of that
piecc of water in very dangerous
-and 4inpleasant manner. The pilot
j. losaiths reckoning, and Ulysses finally
11'41a to come to the rescue and order a
ret'eat. It w.as" successfully -accom
polished, and AtlK nation pught to feel
profoundly grateful, as a matter of

Well Worth Poimtdering.
The Richmond Enquirer, with forty
thousand majority of white voters at
its back, calls upon them to make the
contest in that State one between
whites and blacks strickly as races.
Georgia papers, with nearly the same
majority of Caucassians, sound a simiL
lar. note, The St. Louis Repub.
lican (Democratic) pertifiently
asks if this programme is to be car-
ried out, what will become of poor
South Carolina, where there are 415,
814 blacks to 280,667 whites ? What
will become'of Mississippi, where
there are 444,301 blacks to 382,896
whites ?. What will become of Lou-
isiana, where there are 864,210 blacks
to 382,055 whites ? In each of these
three States there is a black majority,
and as a white man's party compels
the maintenance of a black man's
party, the programme laid down must
contemplate the surrender of South
Carolina, Mississippi and Louisiana to
negro rule forever. Nor is this all.
There is Florida, with nearly as many
blacks as whites-91,689 blacks to
.6,057 whites, and'with white Car-
pet baggers enough, wielding the au.
thority of the administration, to more
than make up the deficiency, Even
in Alabama there is a very precarious
majority of whites-521,384 whites to
475,510 blacks, and that State is una
der Radical rule. We think the
white people of the South reflect cool-
ly and dispassionately on the difficult
problem before them, they will find
that the solution of it lies in a differ-
ent direction from the one indicated.
Why repel and antagonize the blacks
by an avowed and exclusive white
man's party, which the ex-slaves can-
not, in the nature of things, belong
to ? If the exislaves must vote, why
not devise some method whereby they
may vote with their, former masters,
and their former masters witth-A-Ti?
lf tirey must-hold office, why should
not the whites have some control over
them ? A handful of miserable, low,
thieving carpet baggers manage by
lying promises to control the whole
colored vote in the Southern States
with a few insignificant and paltry of,
flees. Cannot the white citizens of
Florida well afford to win the good
will ^I the colored people, break the
despotism of the Carpet Baggers, and
release themselves from the hostility of

-nara ngnt with grass anad-Wee-as, hefj tor skins exported to .New England
a grind barbecue in the former count, 'wpd turned into leather, that South-
ty last Friday,when there was some era manufacture down around th
'very plain talking and some excellent"- swamps where the varmint doth mos
Struts promulgated for the bencflt' of -abound, night do better, having the
those iho listened. It is promising material,in the shape of alligators t(
and, encouraging to chronicle these kill, whilf the barks and other mate-
wholesome gatherings, where the rial are fSrnished in great quantities
hard-working farmers meet in council The idea is a good one, and if it stima
and exchange views, and this especial Liftes our Southern brethern to en-
occasion was no exception to the rule. gage in a new industry the advice
Among the speakers" was Dr.' Jones, prove valuable.
Sof Crawford. We submit a portion of
his address, with the introductory re. Once more the irrepressible Pratt,
,nark that the doctor mdst, be a sersi- of the Palatka Herald, bounces to the
ble and practical man, who has learn. front with an alligator story, "One
ed by*sad experiencepthe lesson which day last week the Rdoignal boys start.
seems so hard for. Southern planters ed across the river.to hunt. On their
to niaster. The speaker said : return a large alligator struck oul
I would like to talk to you plainly. from the shore, and came near enough
We are the only people who refuse to to the boat to feel the force of a har-
learn wisdom from experience. Nines poon that was stuck into him. Be.
tenths f the men who stand before coming fearfully enraged the alligator
me to-day are bankrupts. Their crops, wheeled and mad for th boat, with
their lands, their houses fIre mort- wheeled and made for th6 boat, with
gaged to the factor and "ithe mer., his huge jaws open to devour the oc-
chants. We are not to-day what we cupants of the boat, but the boys stood
were before the surrender of General ready, and plunged the harpoon and
Lee. You will never again reachthat pole down his throat. The gator
point of prosperity you once enjoyed, th
so long as you continue to pay the ex then wheeled about and made for the
orbitant rates of interest demanded ot middle of the river. The harpoon
you. There is no branch of industry, being secured at one end with a rope,
as a profe:iRou, in the wide world,, the boys made fast, and were carried
which coftid live or flourish or pros, otfat steamboat speed to' tke oppo
pW upjer thepxacions imposed upon tat steamboat ped to t oppo
uhO.*t0o plai4_l.ofeor;ia. This site *c, where the monster took
never 'Elop 11 runs from upon the beicg, and -was IMB-ten*'
gear to year, and will forever keep there killed. "'
you poor. And, ladies, you have it *
within your power to rule thiscoun. -" recently two colored prisoners sue.
try. Thelate fairs hive demonstrated ceeded in escapint froi Fort Jeffer,.
tat-we have done less to improve our sdn (u Tkn av an-
countrylince the war than any peo. son (Dry Tortugas.) Taking advan-
ple recorded in history. Whilst the stage of the darkness, they crawled
men have been laggards in developing through an embrazure of the Fort,
the resources of our country, you have waded the moat and stealing a small
not been idle. The sun never shines boat belonging to the pilot, and-
upon a more intelligent class than the boat belonging to the pilot, Rand-
women of Georgia. We ought nqw, rowed across to Loggerhead, where
as before the war, to be the greatest they got from the boathouse a small
people on earth, Some of us were sail, belonging to 'the light house.-
men of wealth, but to-day we are ruin- Owing to the darkness, no successful
ed by living upon borrowed capital.
Iris true that a Bullock ran off with pursuit could be made. As, however,
the car, and broke its. wheel, but a the night was squally, the probability
Smith is rapidly repairing its wheels, is that they were swamped.
When you go to 3Iacou to borrow *6
money you are asked what do you, -- The revivaLrmeeting at St. Paal's
want it for ? If you want supplies .E. Church South, Jacksoille"-
you can get them-7.b-t-if you want h a ille
money you cgnx. And in purchase. is still in progress, with good result'
ing theso provisions on credit you The pastor, Rev. T. W. MoorecNirnow
are compelled, to-submit *to the most assisted by Dr. J. Anderson- of Tal'
enormous rates of interest ever imo haassee, formerly in charge of that
posed upon a free people, This in- a e, frel, i c', heg ofta
terest you are compelled to pay by church, who filled the pulpit on
mortgaging everythingjyou own upon last Sunday and preached du.
the,.ce of the earth. And so'long ring the week. Sunday morn-
as you continue this suicidal policy, ing four persons- were admitted to
you will be what you are now, hum membership; making twenty six aCo
ble he*ets of wood and. drawers ofmembeship; making twenty six ac
water, We cannot make sufficient cessionsjo the church sinco the meet,
of cotton sced. We have a country- W i8gs commenced.

a glorious country. What is it that
it will pot produce ? We have sugar
cane, corn, oats, wheat, meat, and I
gm sorry to say cotton, too. We have
thousands of water -power. We have
thousands of fish. With all our know-
ledge we know not our own*natural
wealth... Had we thq ingenuity of the
European, we would apply this water
power to our own industries. There
is enough of it to 'turn the combined
machinery of the world.


The Jacksonville Republican says ;
The State L'onstitution provides that
the offices shall be divided into three
departments, viz, Executive, Legisla.
tive and Judicial, and that no person
shall hold office in two departments at
the same time. Governor Reed from
the first acted upon the principal that
the acceptance of any office in one
department, of itself vacated an office
previously held in any other depart-
ment. In this he was met and fought
more violently by the "ring" than in
almost any other, and Jenkins, Mob-
ley, Alden, and one or two others,
)holding seats in the Senate, retained
those seats after accepting Judicial
and Executive appointments, and the
former first brought forward his fa-
mous charges in impeachment while
sitting in the Senate in violation of
the Constitution. No point has been
more strenuously contested against
Gov. Reed than this, and yet now,
when Mr. Jenkins wants the office of
County Commissioner, it is suddenly
discovered, that having accepted the
appointment of Justice of ,the Peace,
Mr. Edwards has vacated the office of
County Commissioner,
Alligator Leathlier.
One of the abandoned industries of
the South, which it thinks about ta-
king up again, is the manufacture of
leather frwt_ alligator skin. u s
been demonstrated that the hides of
this animal can be tanned into a leath-
er soft and pliable, an article which
use in boots and shoes by gouty and
tender footed people be excelled,-
This manufacture was attempted some
years ago, but relinquished like eve-
rything else of value in the South
when the war commenced, and it has
not since been attempted. All the
alligator skins tanned in this country
are gathered at the South and taken
to Naw England. where one factory

youth, but neglect tlo do
was too late. T lrefore,
children learn mu before



it until it
let your
it is too
E: T.

S McNeal, the firitnan who was so
severely, burned !vith the engine
plunged iaton the dlaw, near Fernan,
dmina, is recovering.; He says, "when
Sthe locomotive plunged into the water,
he fell forward intofhe fire, tace and
hands firs 'Ho rr, esents his situa-
tion as th1 'most hrrible possible-
Sand had ik not beet for the almost
Sinstantan;oim e~hiuishment of the
fire, when the wiet closed over the
Locomotive, he misthave been roasted
t to death in a fo asinutes., He says
he-amust have be~n under water near-
ly two minutes, tis clothing being
Caught by a bolt, hj came near being
r pinioned to thq wre~k. Taking hold
with his han s 1 tore loose, and
came to the sIrface among the float-
ing billets of wood from the,. tender,
where he chanced o 'grasp a frag..
ment of the wrecke bridge, and was
able to keep brimses among the liv-
Ing. -

The ne -dbcoancil of Ocalaare
giving thert aa 'ntin to variousjocal
matters, aspong.oth'rs the. cemetery.
A commit** nr_** 'In. our recent
-visit to the cewmeit, we found it in
a very dilapidat$ 4Id ruinous ,condi-
tion. The fence Is own around .nqar-
ly the whole enorluro, and cattle,
horses, hogs and goats are making it a'
common grai ing' graruduc, and your
committee feel that such a condition
of affairs should nAl be allowed to ex-
ist any longb-." "

If the Montgomery Advertiser is
correct, the President is on the for,.
ward march into 'hotiwater," -It says
that "in less than fous'years the pro-
babilities are thafL Ulysses S. Grant
will walk t the Apaffold or mount a
throne," .

e" .n on the North
^.Ameri.an continent lounaL St, Elias,-
in Aifeka, whose ovation is 17,900
feet. Next to it come the volcano of-
Popocatapetl, in Me co, 17,884 feet, and
Orizaba, also in Mexico, 17,873 feet. If
the newly discovexdoeak of the Holy
Cross, in the Yello r.Stone region, found
by the Hayd#e ,eling party, be real-
ly 17,000 faq hi, to they estimate;At
will be the fofl eak in elevation on
the continents of Noi'--,.America, and the
highest molptain in L A- United States.,
excluding Alaaka.i Itetofora, the high.
est peak in this country was supposed
to be the Big Hor4 Biountain, which is
,1levate4 l5,00f fee

Oh, I'm a used up man,
Oh, I'm a used up man,
And ifever I get to mry home again,
I'll stay there if t can. ,

A letter from the Historical Convention
One of the most notable as well as most,
marked personages in the convention is
General Earlv-'old Jubal Early," as
every one here calls him, either affection-
ately or otherwise. Early is, however,
still uery.nonular amonue his old soldiers

and te I Ts-p6e-. in the cony.n- sometimes of a oewa amusing
tion yesterdayhe was greeted with wild character. But the above is the practical
shouts of applause. He looks like an result at which hp has arrived, and we
old patriarch-bent and stooping With would suggestUjt there is ample means
the weight of years, walking slowly with in this country for testing its value. :
the aid -of a short cane, his full white *:
beard flowing full over his breast, be OLD AND TOUGH.
looks like a Rip Van Winkle waked a lit -
tie before his time. The old man's head An extremely aged colored person, who
is quite badly, just fringed with gray, -was twenty-five years of age when the
and, surrounded by younger and stal- revolutionary war began, is living near
wart men, he was a conspicuous figure Milan, Gibson coutily, Tennessee, in a
in the Convention. Close to him, how- condition of good health, which isa.truly
ever, where you can catch the gleam of "remarkable. This 'old niegro. Forture
his keen, bright eye, you see that it flash Snow by name, is said by Dr. A. A.
es and lightens with all the fire of youth, Davidson, of Mayfield, Kentucky, who
and that there is a large store of physic went to see him in June of: last year, to
cal energy and vital force yet in reserve, be nearly one hundred and twenty-four
The old General wears a plain suit of years oWA. He Was born in South
homespun gray, the confederate color Carolina and was-owned by a Captain.-
slightly relieved, and is constantly sur now, who fought, accompsan'ied by'ilor-
rounded in the hotel and .at the Convene tune, under General Frantis Marion, in
tion with a group of his admiring follow, the war of the revolution. He had thir-
ers. Early speaks slowly, and' with evi,- teen children, 4he oldest one of whom,
dent effort .which deprives the listener were living, would be ever One hun-
of pleasure, yet with a good-deal of effect dred years old, and the youngest of whom
on the audience. Yesterday he was ap- is fift-YJme. He also has a gradson
pointed chairmian of'a committee to invite who i .Jfive years old. Old Snow
General Joseph* E. iohnston to 'a seat in reads hig'Bqe without glasses and hun-ta:
the convention, -And his report, a fev and shoots squirrels and birds, hears
hours later, showed how young and un- well, and declares he was never sick in
regenerae' with loyalty is his heart, his life and never took a dose of medicine.
"General- 1'hnston could not stop with Many persons go to see hil, and with all
us," he sqid, "but there's no harm done, visitors he talks fluently and sensibly..
for it gave us boys~a chance to give the In height, he is about five feet six inches,
old hero an old-fashioned Confedeate in'weight, about one -hundred and fifteen
cheer as he passed through the city." poun Is, 'and he is undoubtedly the oldest
And then the convention, took' up the min on the continent. Who nut-?
cheer and repeate-d'it enthusiastically for "
both Early and Johnston. General -Fitsn Tfoe eraldskf Sunday States that 'Joe
hugh Lee, the cavalry commander, and Jefferson has had an attack of paralysis,
nephew of the commander-inochief, is akd that it is very.doubtful if. hwill'be
hlso a promiftent figure in the convention, able -to appear on theostage at %al;the
though hispopularity io derived of course, comingg season. /

7.',lor .f the N3ew 4ra-DEAR SIR
Thcre is no"ao in all the world, which
is so old and so connected in a near
relationato the domestic life of our
civilize_ world. as music. Many years
ago, before the first rudiments of sculpo
ture and painting were knowrr, Tubal
invented the first music-l instruments,
(1st Book of Moss, vrit l :21) as,eve-
rybody knows, who is familiar with
the holy Bible, Rapidly the new art
acquired venerators, and the perform-
anee of it soon becarae indispensable
at every festive scene. However, it
occupied soon apromninent part in di,
vine services, 'even ef the most uncul,
tivated nations, anid I am convinced,
that every one of us,'would miss badly
ihe singing of our heart-stirring
hymns and anthems, and the sweet
sounds of the orgai in our God's
house. -But in domitsic, life, music is
the source of manykpuro delights.-
Who does not feel ,eerful when the
lively melaJy~.-a .'altz resounds ?
Even the violent king Soul could not
help yielding to the power of music,
and used to he more kindly when
David struck the springs of his harp,
Many parents w:o use to send their
children to school,!elieve music to be
a secondary thing,for as an obstruc,
tion to more important studies. But
my opinion is, tha! it is one of the
most important blanches of female
education. The Oducation of our
young ladies is intended principally,
to prepare them fop' family life. They
shall not only provde for the necessa-
ries of life within the house, when
they are married, ut they shall take
care of it, that a cerful and pleasant
family life prevail in it-that the
children like -,.-oeand tba husLauu,
whenhe -returns a evening, after the
day's work isidoneifeels himself come
fortable and happyy'and has no desire
to seek for his rmfort out of the
house. But now I ask you-; Which
branch of human warning, taught at
our schools, can be ut to a better use
by a lady of the hote, than music ?
However, for a jhung man musical
education is more xteful than the mao
jority of our paentL believe. Music
is a passport, which opens the doors
of the highest society for an accom-
plished young man; and makes him

.2 [From the Savannah Advertiser.J
Immediately aftermtfie war, it is W'elt
known, the South was filled with carpetr
baggers. Who drifted along down thiS'
way in order to obtain such .employment
as would keep. them from. starvation.
But at that time this class of adventurers
was composed.6riefly of mean white men,
who were so wMll known in their own
sections that it was utterly impossible
for them to get anything to do', and many
of them found they must "root pig or
die," and'consequently they thought they
could scent b)g fortunes down in the
South, which was in a very short time..
overrun with as great a set of Vagabonds,
loafers and thieves as any country was
ever cursed with.
But within the past three or four years
the tide has been steadily settling north-
ward again. -These fellows found they
,were beginning to play out down this
way. Among all the ca-pet-baggers who
drifted along down toward the South we'
heard of very few colored men. The fact
is, the other class was so numerous that
there was no chance for a colored carpet-
bagger then.
Now, however, we have among us a
genuine darkey carp(t-bagger, and from
what we have been able to ascertain he
is no less a person than the great lectur.,
er from Boston, who announced soon afP
ter his arrival here that he would deliver
a lecture on education, the advancement
and elevation of the colored people. But
unfortqrately for-the uzcanas of professor
Mulligan's effort to elevate his race he
charged an admittance fee of twenty-five
cents. The colored people have already
been badly fleeced by men of his preten-
sions and they were too wide awake to be
taken in again. As it is already well
known, Mulligan then made another 3f.
fort to make a raise. This time (last
Monday night) the lecture was to be
free, but the collection was to be taken
up afterwards. And as there could be
no doubt about his power of eloquence,
and his ability to make a sufficient im-
pression upon his hearers to melt them
to tears, or at least to make the green
backs hor out of their pockets, it was
thought his chances were very flattering,
But, alas! for his hopes. Our readers
are familliar with the result of this effort
also. Now, perhaps, there are not many
people in Savannah who are aware of all
the circumstances attending the advent
of Professor Mulligan. The colored peo-
ple, particularly those who have admired
him, cannot be aware of the circumstan-.
ces under which he lefW Now Yorrk- -
S'Inere are at present two huge suspiv
cious looking chests lying in the express
office, and any one who will call there and
inquire who is the owner will be informed
that they belong to Mulligan, a colored
man who arrived here from Boston on the
17th of June, and that they are retained
at the express office for the sum of twen.,
ty.nine dollars, express charges unpaid.
Further inquiry will develop the fact
that this same individual is indebted to
the Empire line of steamships in the sum
of thirty dollars passage from Boston
and New York to Savannah. To the best
of our information the facts are as fol-
lows: When Mulligan arrived in New
York (how he got there from Boston we
don't know) he.called upon the agents,
Messrs. Garrison, Allen & Co. and in-
formed them of his desire to visit th3
South. He represented himself as a
friend of the deceased Horace Greeley,
and. we presume, of Ben. Butler, and

it-tirned out that the enterprising MulIL
gan has sent his baggage by express.
Accordingly a telegram was sent by the
Adams Express Company to the agent
here, Mr. Tunison, to turn over the bag-
gage to the agent of the steamship line
But upon ascertaining that there is
twenty nine dollars due on the baggage
for express charges, the agent of the
steamship line declined taking the chests,
which appear to be very heavy, away
from the office of the express company.
and' there they may-bra a oa,-ny one_
having the curiosity to take a look at
Upon Mulligan's arrival here he visited
the government offices and attempted to
make the acquaintance of the officials, in.
forming fhem that he had been referred
to them by his friend, General Butler;
But somehow or other he didn't take, and
now all his efforts to raise the wind by
lecturing to the colored people failihg,
he must be in a bad box about his boxes.
We omitted 'to state that a short time
ago he.escorted a passenger into the. of.,
flee of the agent of the Empire line, and
after seeing him purchase a ticket asked
for his commissions. lHe was quietly in.
formed that they employedfno drummers
there, so in this effort he also failed.
Poor Mulligan, the fates are evidently
against him. Wonder if he couldn't

JtiG~e4ettigrew 01 Lac isuctianan 1'robate -

Ja!gf..yettigrVw" or the Bucaianan lroba~t
Court, .where hi, .identity wasj fully
established, and the information :giyein,
that he is heir to eighty acres of land
within a mile and a half of Indianapolis,
and several thousand dollars in money,
which hatd been left on interest by his -
mother. Tte property is ubdcerstood to
be worth about $50,00D. The young
man, who has been in a good family, and
well educated, is now 'twenty, one year
old, and has started to take possession o.
his property. -

dolphia last week James M. 'Hinehey W:is
accidentally' shot and seriously wounded
by a contrifnuce which he had set to en-
trap burglars. He is a belLhangpr, and
his place has be'a Xobbqd twice lately,
an entrance having'been effecIed through.
the back door. At'this pint he place I
the trap, which consisted of a large pis
tol attacked to tne door. A wi'e extend-
.ed from telidoor -to the pistol, and was
so arranged 'that when the door was
opened the trigger was puAled. ad the
weapon exploded. Last week he forgot
to detach the wire and "hoisted himrlf
with his own petard" whew'he, went to ,
open the door. The pistol' had beem.
heavily charged, the piissifes conssting .
of three bullets, two ef which 1ok_&ffeot
in the left side of the -unfortunate Ran,
the other sk j door. He ;as

* Biddy (tof"- ut' a difficult
ty)-,'Never feo. e ye've ot aa
upright Ju' 7'PaY--'11h"
Biddy darlin,, upright Judge
.I want. 'Tii- lae a -liUle.'

* &


to a _rert extent-Afrom his uncle. His
e I-,-.II,. .Lpp;" u.r e is in no wise strik.
ing or impressive. Youthful he-appears,
about thirty-five, of medium height and
weight, a full face, a round head, A4hick
auburn hair,

From Mr. 1I9. Hill, deputy United
'States Marshal, who, yesterday, returned
from a visit to'Olney, Richlapd county,
we learn some interesting facts connected
with the recent manifestations of alleged
supernatural power by Mrs. Powell, wife
of Dr. I. A. Powell, of Olney, who will be
remembered by many of our citizens as
a prominent member of the Twenty-
seventh General Assembly. It appears
that upward of a year ago Mrs. Powell
declared herself possessed of supernatural
gifts, but being a lady of unusual refine-
ment and delicacy, a manifestation of
them was naturally repugnant to her.
More recently, however, as she states,
she was Divinely instructed to put in
practice her power, and claiming it to be
entirely a Heavenly gift she hesitated
not to comply with what-she considered
a direct mandate of the Deity.
Her powers, according to the reporteof
the citizens of Olney, many of whom fdl-
ly accord to her miraculous attributes, is
chiefly manifested in the healing of the
sicK. This is reported to be accomplished
-bv &fP iipowiiion- .4nds-dimaie
by prayer and -repetition of cripure,.
though the cure is not always instantane-
ous, but occurs at the time Mrs. Powell
states it will be accomplished. It is fur
their sia'ed that so great is the confi-
deuce in her power, that handkerchiefs
are sent her, and they, passing through
her hands are returned, and effect the
cure of the sick persons sending them.
The effect of the several manifestations is
said to be depressing upon the health of
Mrs. Powell, who continues them, how*
ever, as she believes, in obedience to
Divine direction.
Naturally, these circumstances create
quite a commotion in the vicinity, jnd
even from places remote crowds are g i th-
ering to witness the cures, Mr. Hill
states that on Friday last one hundred
and twelve persons had called to see Mrs.
Powell, whose doors are now open to all
who desire her ministrations, whih -
of course, rendered great -',*Wf g
those stated a cured by her are several
_- ,aciat citizens of Olney, well known
in this city. The entire circumstances
are of that peculiar character hardly
susceptible of explanation, more especial,
ly as the persons connected with them
are of such a characters Lo entirely
preclude the suspison of chicanery. It
may be added that the subject of these
Divine revelations, as she considers them,
is not a believer in Spiritualism, nut a
member in good standing of the Presby-
terian commnunion.--pringfield (11.)
Rev. J. Fletcher, a Univeralist clergy-
man in Buffalo, preached on Sunday upun
the recent horse races in that city, tak-
ing &3 his'text, 'Know ye not that those
who run in a race run all but 'one
obtaineth the prize. So run that ye
may obtain.' The Commercial Adverti.

horses, he said, prepare to do their
utmost, and if any man can use such
knowledge to advantage and bless the
world by a ministry of good to be deriv-
ed from P, the clergyman can, whose
duty bids him to use the best illustrations
of human effort as an inspiration to the
highest possibilities of his people. He
also w ent to the races for the purpose of,
knowing the comparative' good and evil
resulting from them. Second hand in.-
formation, he remarked; does not general-
ly result in first-class knowledge.
"" ilin Am- r ^.nHir

As long as capital punishment is the
law of the land anahanging the mode'of
acomplishing it, there is satisfaction in
the thought that men are to be found who
regarding it as a scientific process or an
art, if you will, are ready with advice
to make it perfect. An English clergy-
alan, Rev. S. Houghtou, who is also a
Fellow of the Royal Society, has been
publishing a work on the 'Principles of
Animal Mechanics,' in which he does
not disdain to devote a portion ,of the
space to this subject. ,He says that the-
method in use is unworthy of the present
state of science, and the long drop, which
causes instantaneous death byt'he frac-
ture'of the vertebrae, is recommended,
the length of the drop to be'%btai&.ed by
the following rule. Divide 2,240 by the
weight of the 'patient' iD. pounds, and
the quotent will be the required length
in feet. This rule is simply obtained by
supposing (as was found to be actually
the case in one iitance) that- 2,240
pounds of shock is sufficient. to cause
fi acturein anyca s thus, byrihis rule,
the lighter the croaf o' padjent' the
ltnger must bfiB ar p and the longer
the time of his ag hfifr. Besides-
an immensie -lun r &r ea urements;
of dissebcons and- ieme.fns on the
bodies~'tornimals, MI order to obtain data
for his calculatiofns, hr. Houghton-Jas

The St. Louis Democrat says that
'ten years ago if any packer had seri-
ous proposed the daily slaughtering of
Ja'-ge numbers of hogs during June,
J uTY, tsgrxnt-' a fre
packing purposes at points so for south
as St. Louis, he would have beert
rated as a lunatic. But now it is a
fact accomplished-an immense fact,
and a great and growing fact.' A
large establishment of that city employs
a colossal refrigerator, after Heinr
Bros.' patent, by whichl'means, and
the use of 900 tons of. ice, a current
of air as cold as a mid- winter blast
can be keptc'irculating through the
meat-curing rooms.

,. A telegram from St. Joseph, Mo., tells
how a young man, formerly an inmate of
the altmshouse, has inherited a fortune
of about $50,000. In 1850, J. M. Page,
carpenter' came to St. Joseph, from
Indianapolis, and shortly after died, leav-
ing three children by former wife,
Extreme poverty drove The stepmother
*and children tb the poorhouse. The
children were subsequently taken out by
-'jens, A few days since a geatlemin
from Indianap lis reached St. Joseph iii
search of the Page children, whom he
hal traced to that .place. He found
Henry Page iA'i3&e fantly of Mr. Penny,
of PlaJqe oountv, and brought biu.atfFre.



A correspond Wt. of- thctlemphis
Appeal wbbr'.Vs in Grenada on tbe, -
morning of the 16ith, the.day of tliA
riot, relates.- 'A irin fille! with .
blacks came into Grenada this morning' .C
at eighL fO fq5" inquired "as to .
the occasion of d convocation, but -
none could tell. -'fi# conductor said ..a
that s.,mc seeftg evoleat (?) black ,
body was gathritg its fbrces ilr some
purpose unknown to the public/
This. correspondent givcs a terrible
picture of the pending political canm r
vass. .
There are seetdt associations of .-
blacks everywhere, They dross and .
are drilled as soldiers. Every :negtr -
is armed cqapsa-pie. In every cabih
there are guns andpistols and knives. -. .
They are solidly, conpadtly organized '
in outright declared partisan hostility
to whites.' In politics their si-ngl-
guiding principle of action is opposio J
tion to the white race. The alarm a "
Grenada this afternoon grew ,ut of '
this simple fact, which the people '
perfectly comprehend. And this is
the beginning, mark you, of a political
campaign--the iuiiileaurt f ,pre'ace,-ho
trifl _nr -lrelude' T Alcyn e-n ,-!f_
forth, as he must; or he is iorevetr
undone, deeds of violence will be'
numberless, and a greater degree of
excitement will characterize the con-
test than has been known for years.
Each neighborhood has its leader,
and so of each county and district abd
if these autocrats pronounce against
Alcorn or A mes, reason and interest
and common sen se will 'interpose
objections in vain.
Of the temper of the whites ho,
'The older Deople whom I eneoun-
tered have lost both partisan and self--
confidence. Their spirits are broken.
They are dltposed to regard each evil
-' iii ens them as inevitable, and
bow their necks meekly to the negro
yoke. Such a shameful paralysis has
seized many aged Mississippians, and
the younger are so victimized by pre,
judices and so resolved to do what is
unwise, because wise policy does not
comport with a lofty, exaggerated
sense of honor, that any desirable
solution of pending questions cannot
be antiepated. Ames and Ben Butler
will seize and plunder the State.
There is no present help for it. The
only recourse the people have is ia
Alcorn and the politicians.
The-only recourse left this .people
consists, I am grieved to sayin the
election, as Alcorr proposes, by the
whites and negroes, ofan unadultera-
ted negro ticket. Let it be black as
Erebus from stem to stern, .from alpha
to omega, blacker than the nether ex-

and save it fro-t fficlutches of a body ,.- -7-
of thieves as, depraved as the worst
pro-consul that ever robbed anwl de-
stroyed a Roman province or gava
terors to the agents of the Shah.



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Lt 3 r Ni, xahl~i
IT U R ES. ^|'
, "4andaays "exepied.
,.s,q8:'days excepled
a, ThrdiLys

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if of a.- EOL-j-ail", ic-tlg^e^
'.sirabi to havktbhe at'ttkI4n 15j o,1i
j&ounty Corjmissionera called' a.ain-t'c
the neceesiy of building a SbaWek
anIdsafe Coulty, .Jiil: 'W\ilst wi
are -glad to say .bat our viunty cn"
"Jof"-peace and. harmoy;. a'iid thai
W6Mr e is less prevalent than'. formerly ,
yet we feel assue-d that a good counI
tyjail would largely conduce to the
public interest and "'ellr6. '"Larce-
ny is a constah4!r ihcreaig orimI.e?
where adequabc *unishmpniics 'nol
'O.itainly visx.bd'upon the per~elrator
tTt is sail EiTble law wrihvast.thMt.iL
,iet'h certk'..f punishment, rather
'_iC s tseyerity, that oteris 4hae eyil
doer. t" might be very\well for
CommitteeM0 intelligent, good cfti-
zeuns to wait upon. the County .t.
*'.Vissioners and lay before
theq4p.r considerario tence
of the lk'.phoukl be spied, d im.

S e. 'Qn last Saturklay our'Weets Up to t
'* A ... ..
B?^esffiWeoTuit~e a slirlici ~busne~s! *press;'e Ijeur t
t Mappcarande., Albeit tere was a'tIeU:,ko o0
C,17f of kill U mequik" 'm0ong sore'.office or arsh
a o&..thd incomcdr,"thon' t regard fo ]iklmon, we wish
" -.corijce or previous condition, yet, -willbe elected b'
Sbarritgah. little bol.tepus and' bias -
tplieius langu ige, everything passed U "LOU
,offBagreeablv,andn maniftttly to the .,
." fitR oFRr':hierLant..* -' ... FO
*, ?3 Our. h'iendas ;11 i Iileie ue *

V'heir ki6d influence in ton'ning the New Orleans,
Circulation ,ot'tlie Era. If each sub. sponie to a .orn
t Citi Z.LJp of Non
'*'.;. ". i .-" --. "i -,. Cltl ,';U3 O[ JI01
scrnber .4 secure another it will soon "urto be phr,
,make a deciileJ iiucrease"bf our ,sub- ana aflirs, Mr.
scripton list, aid we shall make con. ,F Oetter'.advising
^nual improvements in the paper, convention in L.
1- ". p,:int ejt e .a c,
6.,J" ive seldom seuen as much Congress.
.a, A; ;wisdom condensed in one After'"eYviewin
/* i-p'. t iA in Lioukiri~ tliia 1 C
;.nco, rk there is in the remark ofl Tuiita 1,!
San ngli;h farmer, that he "fed h ..;' n' t'.he Sa
an .the.Sta
ra11 CSore it. was hungry, 'rcstedt l ^scuo frbmn cert:
'a'.w1ary` we and 4wed d it be-. 1ion v'w or uf IV
.^*Bci%~,w wer, w.* .-., -,'ii pei. ~ ~

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A NUAL $1 500 -0. "
r." C. CARRINGTON, President. -. 1. E DWA-RDS, Vice PresidenL
i.' HART.OOK, Secretary, :- C. RTSOOIC, Cashier.
HOPK-I NS, Assistant See. "' Pof. EDWARD B."SMIT Actu'ry.,
ft' Liberal Non-FPorfeitabIe Features'apl' Rights of parties clearly defined f -
i; Company is progressive, prosperous ,nd0prompt. It has Small expenses,0
l-1 I s,?-. cureue invstmNents, ample rese've, and goo4-surplds; Dividends annual;
S premiums all Cash; Policies Liberal, and has $124 to each $100 of liabilities,' E" -
Snine its merits before insuring. General,Agency, Office for Southern Georgia, 135.1
': y Street, Savannah, Georgia. HIENRY ,S. ELLIOT, A.ent.-t Savannah.

"AtI41floced PA04fi T2^
"'' ifc -- '"~' .s
< .Pi'anodtel.at $700 for $0.., :,
Rianos held at 575 for 475 .
P-iimoi'heldat UW00for 475 ..
ril'\s held at 460 for ,32 '
Pianos held at. 400 fo 800 *. ,
,Piahos held at it ,2'0 ,..>r %) .,*.
g' second hIandl Piauos frorn t75 tS .;
$280. ( H. O(CHUS, --
,'Pj'ne 14--8w" Jackeouville, Fla.

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ward Lewis died on Yrilay, =Z lubi.,
and Mr. John Fleming on the follow.
ing day, at their respective'residences.
Col. Lcwi's had 'been sick for some
time, and was the victim of protracted
and intense suffering.
We are notinformed of the partic.
ulars in regard to Mr. Fleming's
Thus Alachua county has lost two
excellent citizens, and two neighbor.
hoods have lost a jewel each. Their
families, and friends, and indeed the
whole county, mourn their loss They
were each hospitable and full. of
christian charity. It may be said of
the former that his house was the
home of the Methodist preacher, and
many tired and overworked circuit
riders have found rest and comfort
In regard to the latter, it is equally
true that the Presbyterian minister
found-alwAys a cheering welcome, as
-our g~od minister, Rev. Mr. McCor.
mick can testify. We are informed
that both of these gentlemen gave un4
doubted assurances that they were
prepared to leave this 'orld of care
and sorrow, trusting in the Redeemer's
pardoning love.

a. so- s h opj W-------. 7t
and so say the people. What say the
County Commissioners ?

The election for Mayor and
Marshal takes place on next. Tuesday,
September 2d.
A&- Gainesville, as a winter resort
for invalids, has superior advantages,
in some respects, to many other por-
tions of this State. The temperature
is more uniform, there being much
less exposure here than at other points,
to the bleak northeasters and north-
westers. The atmosphere is lighter,
drier and more salubrious. The ho
tells are clean and comfortable, and
during the winter season will be well
supplied from the surrounding coun-
try and Gulf coast, with game, fish,
oysters, &c. Railroad communication
with both the Gulf and the Atlantic,
makes ingress and egress, either way,
easy and inexpensive. We hope to
have a goodly number of persons in
,quest of health, visit us the coming
winter. They will ,be welcome and
well cared for.
Savannaleand Charleston.
g We desire to call the atten-
tion,.of the merchants of. Savannah

responde-nts-: rememDCTr genuemen
(and ladies, too), that ", ro;ity's the
soul of wit."

At a meeting of the Republi.
can Party of Gainesville, held at the
,Courthouse, on last Wednesday even,
ing, Dr. Watson Porter was nomina.
ted, by acclamation, for Mayor, to fill
the vacancy occasioned by tII resig-
nation of Hion. J. T. Walls, There
being so many candidates for Marshal,
the meethig, very wisely, we think,
decided to make no nomination ifor
that position,


At a mass meeting of citizens, held
on the evening of the 27th inst., at the
Courthouse, in Gainesville, for the
purpose of making nominations for the
approaching city election, Gen. Birney
was called to the chair, and R. E.
Shivery, made secretary.
On motion, Dr. Watson Porter was
nominated by acclamation, for Mayor,
no one voting in the negative.
On motion, it was decided to make
no nomination for Marshal.
The meeting then adjourned.
WM. B[RNEY, Chairman.
R. E- HTTVECRY Sfcirn.'

confiscation of their property, -now
gradually going on, and consequent
inevitable bankruptcy and ruip.
To any one educated in the theory
and genius of our government, the
latter alternative is hard to accept,
but any government promising a bet,
ter future, however irregularly institu-
ted, is preferable to one yomising
certain impoverishment and general
bankruptcy. When people fhd thenmr
selves surrounded as we are by des.,
operate and straitened circumstances,
commerce decaying, agriceture de.
moralized, capital wih Mercuiial wings
in flight, real estate depressed and
depreciate fifty per cent. si ce Kel.
logg's rule, and in fact all v ues ot a
decline, and all this in a'Btate of
boundless resources, and simply and
alone due to the fact of bad, dishonest
and illegitimate government posses,
sing neither the confidercs cd thp peo.
pie at home or abroad, it is natural
they will accept relief fromany hand
that-'extends it, and will .pt stop to
inquire as to the regularity or the
irregularity of the authoity exer,
But I hope that fate is jot so im-
perious that we shall be driven to ac
cept so desperate a remedy Let us
hope better of those who'hold our
destiny in their hand. let us ap.
peal earnestly to Congress trusting
that honorable body, casting aside all
political prejudice and part rule, will
,, C l'.. '4 :'.

The Piedmont and Arlington is the only
surance in Florida, being the only one that
and complied with all laws relating to insu

General Agents
June 14-3m Gainesville, Florid

Physical infirmities are the lot of all]
Millions are always sick. No man, w--
man or child is uniformly in perfect
health. Much, however, of the sickness
and suffering which render life a bur-
den to so many of our fellow beings is
due To carelessness and neglect. A
mighty antidote to the leading causes of
di ease has been provided. It is as
harmless as it is efficient. No poison.
ous drug enters into its composition. It
is an undefiled stimulant, tonid and ap
erieit, of which every ingredient is veg-
etable. This unexceptionable preventive
and restorative medicine is not 'a new
Stomach Bitters will soon have been be-
fore the world a quarter of a century ;
and it is not too much to aver that
thousands, aye, tens of thousands, are
now using it who would have been in
their graves years ago had they not
been strengthened and sustained by this
wholesome stimulant. The rapidity with
sensation )f languor, the sick headache
the nervousness, the indisposition to ex.
ertion, the nausea, the confusion of
brain, the physical debility, which are
intended to premonish us of the bpDroach

, leulcal Examiners.
company legally authorized to effect in-
has made the deposit required by law,

for Southern Georgia and Florida,
a, on Public Square, West of Courthouse



JUST ARRIVED and for sale at

McMillan's Druiig Store,
August 9th. 3w

(Successor to Blun, Speigel & Co )

Segar Manufacturere

4 W CSL A--- -

Leave Fernandina at 3 P. M.
Leave Hart's Road at 4.06 P.M.
Leave Callahan at 4151 P. M.
Leave St. Mary's at '5.22 P. M. -
Leave Baldwin-at 6 P. M. -
Leave Trail Ridge at 6.48 P. M.
Leave Starke at 7.23 P. M.
Leave Temple's at 7.83 P. M.
Leave Waldo at 7.58 P. M.
Leave Gainesville at 8.43 P. M.
Leave Arredondo at 9.02 P. M.
Leave Archer at 9.31 P. M..
L af Bronson at 10 P.M.
Leave Otter Creek at 10.38 P.M.
Leave Palmetto at 11.13 P. M.
Arrive at Cedar Keys at 11.45 P. M.
Leave Fernandina at 5.80 A M
Leave Hart's Road at 6.40 A M
Leave Callahan at 8.08 A
Leave St. Mary's at 9.11 A. M.
Leave Baldwin at 10.40'A M. *
Leave Trail Ridge at 12.04 P ML
Leave Starke.at 1.06P M.
S Leave Tample's at 1.23 P. M.
Leave Waldo at 2.08 P M
Leave Gainesville at 3.26 P M. "
Leave Arredondo at 4 00 P. M.
Leave Archer at 4.51 P. M.
Leave Bronson at 5.42 P. M.
Leave Otter Creek.at 6.50.
Leave Palmetto at 7.52 P M
Arrive at Cedar Keys at 8.0'PI.
Leave Cedar7Keys at 3 A M -
heave Palmet'to6at t.31 A M
Leave Otter iteek at 4,0iA.M ..
Leave .Bionson at 4.42,A kM
S Leave Archer at O.5 M .; '
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gaged ', .

3e-tti.__: -' -_ n .-,< -^m iig L7WlruiO't'BCC-tueC h'n~ i ""' *'-, '
-'-- -- > ,, Ti ** T*i i *. L 'Will please write at once. P
8& -Gai'nesville is reported to us of the Florida Railroad, it presents w wll please wbe at once, a
S byspme of our female reporters to be unrivalled facilities for introducing will ve
~named than ever before kn
Sthe dullest- place, for 4ociables," in the business men of the above men.. thane
existence. tioned cities to the consideration of not misthe chance.
our community. A ve.y- large por' LUDDEN A
In spife of the, hard times tion ofthe products of this section Southern Music
'our subscription list Steadily increases, of the State.finds a market in the August 23--Im Savani
This is a gratifying indication that our above cities, and in turn we receive
a b o e i t e s a d n t r n w e r e e i e M W e s e e t h a t P R O C T E I
labors are appreciated. from them enormous quantities of BL' WEXTRA, OLIVE SOA
The population of our. town groceries and family supplies. Three ing very popular in our .ity
--%s quadrupulesinc l of oa tw times as much cotton is shipped from we know is superior, and b
has quadrupled since the close of the .a ,, *r ****
at cl. wrl, ad s the cr t, this pnt than any other station on perfumed we are not surprise
late, civil war,' and the cry iIS "still this omr p&fp 't urinrl hf
S the o e s the Fiorida Railroad, and buyers from sumers prefer it, and that it
they come," a very considerable, portion of East sale.
2i A veteran merchant of our Florida make their purchasers in the FLORIDA AXD- THI
town remarked to a friend a day or cities of Savannah and Charleston.- coAs TOWATERW
two ago, that "although his clerks are In view of these facts, we feel justi-
very talkative during the day, they are filed in bringing the subject before the We are.glad to see our I
always ready to shut up at 6 o'clock enterprising-merchants of the above changes fuly-alive to the i
in* the evening." named cities, satisfied that a puhlica and necessity of Colonel Ra
terprise. The Jacksonville
V.Notwithstanding the hard times tion of their cards would result ia can in calling for. a survw
'and scarcity of "the root of all e.il,' mutual benefit. route ecruss Florida, says t
w observe "thaeverootofal l 'eS"A'miles otfcaualing will make
Ce observe that severalimprovements, SENBLE.-An exchange terrupted water way from
inuthe way of building, repairing, &c., sys, we4-fiink very sensibly and truth- Mexico across Florida to th
-are going on in town and the suburbs, fuily,'-"Kee up the corn field -and oceah., From Lake Pan
'.6 'We regret to hear that our make no mortgages." If it.,s possible Lake Griffin ths distance
So- "Wekeeretit her, thtdourancPe
Slates are suffering much from rust for the farmersgf Alachua county to- t, and then naviatiou
State is'possible, as Lake,
in' their cotton. The recent and*on do so they shoul4,by all mans cult by,.he Withlacoocheeoriv
tinued heavy rains have, damaged the. vate-their lands without, having ,iei.s intotthe Gulf, and Lake Gri
-cfops generajy in our county. or mortgages hanging &ovcr them.-,' Ocklawaha and St. John's r
L.. CAvoid debt and shu4 mbortgag5; even the Atlantic. Probably
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- Locals fire dull. Can't v
5 get up a fight between a Carpet Ba
gef and a pole cat ? Se4cral of C o0
.fighnti'g .population got their "da
-dSr up" last week, bat-but---we
they dial'tlight much.

We have seen a subscriptio
~'fper, which was being cifculate
around town, for the purpose of rai
qg funds to build a town jail. TI
ist,-was.vcy liberally signed, showing
that our citizens have a igh appr
ciation of the importance 6f having
secure place to''keep the violators
,.our municipal laws. This is a moe
in the right direction.

ifB. Olur planters deserve cmmei
dation, as they have successfully mas
an abundant ccrn.-aop this season.-
'We urge them n,31oamclTange this po
.icy, whether the relatives prices
cotton and corn go up or down.
Sthe tong run cotton wilt pay relative
"d ...

C 'C. C ;- .;. i ; : -. < .iV u '
we anu should be avuiueu.
ar At a meeting of the citizens of Mor-
n- rison's Mills and neighborhood, held
It, on last Saturday, a Grange of the
Patrons of Husbandry was formed.-
Th4 following officers were elected ;
on Master-PF. M. McMeekin,
S Overseer-J. M. Hunter.
Is- Lecturerr-Thurlow Bishop.
ho Steward--C. Waits.
ng Assistant Steward-W. W Johnson
c Chaplai'nh-Wm. Johnson.
Treasurer-A. W. iHinson.
a Secretary-J. J. Johnson.
of Gate Keeper-J. M. Hawthorne.'
ve Ceres-'Mts. F. L. Johnson, "
Pomona-Mrs. F. N.4*Johnson.
Flora---Miss._Annie Hunter.
n., Lady Assistant Stuward-Mrs. E.
de T. Hawthorne.
- '6uS It your ,errand boy taksan
L unusually long time to bring your
of morning mail from. the Postoffice, don't
Ia reprove him for being slow tilr you
e- .find out how .many postal cards he has
S ad%-tci'a. *

SThe proposed- Atlantic nd G-reat
Western Canal' through Tennessee
and Georgia, is a work of such mag.-
nitude and cost that it will not be a
fact for many years at least. The-
only route, b6th feasible and compar-
atively inexpensive, in view of its
-great desirability, is the coast water
line route beginning at the Mississip-
pi river and connecting the natural
inlets of thd Gulf along the coast
with the Apalachico'a river, by canals
to be cut amounting to about thirty,,
five miles in length. This whit ena-
ble Mississippi steamers to discharge
Western froig.t'all along this stretch
of Southern country and ut) the Ap'
alachicola to ColumbuW Georgia,
without breaking bulk, while those
with freigbt for Iorts on the Atlantic
must then take this cai-al across Flor>-
ida, breaking bulk for the first, .Cime
near the mouth of the St. John's
A lady, returning from .an unprofitable
trip to church, declared that "when she
saw the shawls of those Smiths, and then
thought of the things her own poor girls
had to wear, if it wasn't for the 3otola-
tion of religion, she did not know what
-h should d
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'rompt an.
wer prices
known. Do

o House,.
nah, Ga.

P is becom-
its quality
eing nicely
d that con-
has a large

Florida ex'
iiford's en-'
ey of tha
hat fifteen
an unin-
the Gulf of
e Atlantic
sofkee to
must be.
wross that
er empties
ifin by the
ivers into
two locks
-b W;Ut,

TflhIL t"~iiif& DeC13

charged by Bi-3n tler wjh- having
received his share of the ,fck salary
.grab, his friends seek to seen him
from blame on the ground that he
turned the money over to ome me.
'chanical association in ls district.
The New York Sun, whohas deter-
mined that the grabbers shlll ha'e no
pcace until they make. ho tst igstitu
tiq of the money dishon stly. taken
from- the Treasury, says th)s .defense
will niot do, and thus put the case.
If an unsophisticated individual is
out of a night with a gang f fellows
who to his amazement al disgust
break into a bank and steal ts money,
and then allot him a portJo6. of the
spoils, he must not hope tecfondone
his indirect connection wiJ"he rob-
bery by endowing a collkg r build-
ing a churh with his shae'e of the
plunder. He ought tose6o64t back
to the bank, -accompanied fy a letter
exposing and denouncing th{ burglars.
If the back pay ig not fit or a Con.
grossmai to keep, it is not"tifor him
to hand over to somebody qse to keep
The money in this case belpngs to the
United States, for it wasA from the
United States that it wa.s liken with.
out just cause and undiierAlse preo.
tences, and itought to be unded to
the United States as clear as the
money in the supposed -a.0 ought to
be" restored to the bank. For this
reason the beneficiaries oVMr. Hoar
should mak4 ha-te to return to him
the tainted greenbacks, anti thus.give
him a broad hint thatit iii.s dtyto
., da. o,. -,

are auveiseit'aseiaiVigorants (!), it is III-
deed a blessing to mankind that lfostets
ter's Stomach Bitters 'are everywhere
procurable, and everywhere popular.
August 23-1m.

To the Public.
" The Pain Killer manufactured by Perry
Davis & Son has won for itself a reputa-
tion unsurpassed in medicinal prepare
tions. The" universality of the -ldemand
for the Pain.AKiller is a novel, interesting
and surprising feature in the history
of this. medicine. Pain-Killer iS now
regularly sold in large and stea lily in-
creasing quantities, not only to general
agents in every State and- Territory of
the Union, and every Province in British
America, but to Buenos Ayres, Brazil,
Uraguay, Peru, Chili, and other South
American States, to the'-fandwich Isj
lands, to Cuba and other West India Isq.
lands, to England and Continental Eu-
rope, to Mozambique, Madagascar, Zan.
zibar, and other African lands, to Au.
stralia. and Calcutta, Rangoon and other
places in India. It has also been sent
to Ctina, and we doubt if there is any
foreign port or any inland city in Africa
or Asia, which is frequented by Ameri-
can and European missionaries, travel-
ers or traders, into which the Pain.Kil..
ler has not buen introduced.
The extent of its usefulness is another
great feature of this remarkable media ,
cine. It is not only the best thing ever
. known, as everybody will confess, for
bruises; cuts, burns, &c.. but for dysens
terry or cholera, or any sort of bowel
complaint, it is a remedy unsurpassed-
for efficiency and rapidity of action. In
the great cities of British India .and .the
West India Islands and other hot .clim'
ates, ii has become the standard media,
cine for all such complaints, as well as
dyspepsia, liver complaint, and o:her
-in,.A (11crrh,'rqP. Fnr nuhg and.

''4 C C C44~C C' C
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law. edless variety of cases by the use of
law."his great medicine. That the Pain Kil-
...... i er is deserving of all its proprietors
ST. LOlW SC ciaim for it is amply proved by the un.
p.aralled popularity it has attainuid. It
ATT M TED A SSA "`( '`i;' o" ,
ATrEMPTED A ,'- AS.A ":." OF) is a sure and effective remedy. It is sold
"EXsCONFE LIr.4 "E P.. >, 5; in almost every country in the world,
S'and is becoming more and more popular
.ELIi. ,. C every year. Its healing properties have
-L -.. j been fully tested, all over the world and
St Louis, August 2. *-1' ; 4,o. W it need only to be known to be prized..
made Wednesday event 4, ai.-i:".i 17Sold by all Druggists.
Gen. Joe Shelby, a so:n;.m'?ti.i A-l ,iv .J -1 K August 2-1m.
SRebel General during iC < r'*;, C C -..
ofGen. Frank P. B;,.:", (C. ,' i; NI CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA-
with two little boyv tq.' ,4 IFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FOR
residence to Auth'.ilkI. a -r ot ., ':; FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FOR
party fired into the *.; .'. .. LEVY COUNTY.
bushes, wounding him 1' I Mary Levins, 'Plaintiff, against. Hamilk
An attempt was mi ,d ? u..r j Cton Levins, DefP",dant.-Summons.-The
the 20th instan'tlo e.. IV_ State of Florida, to Hamilton Levins, Deo
ter's car on the H "' s,.'" feudant, you are hereby summons to an,
railroad, betwc 0c 1 -- swer the complaintofMai'y Levins, which
City, by a gaing of was filed in the office of the 'Clerk of this
.L4 Be the same whl 'i ,l, .' IC court, at Bronson, in said county, Novem.
Li-ih,.l railroad trait i.t -
'I le engineer saw t ri .ber 11th, 1872, and serve a copy of your
thI engineer saw t answer upon the undersigned, ,at, his of0
the tract and rmver. *.*>: !:t. ;" flee in Bronson, Florida, within thirty
ran back to Cameroi 9'v' v ,- days after-ths service hereof exclusive
wa3 made on Wedne- 'C of the day of service, and if you fail so to
train of the Atlantic ..- r:: ,;C'C do,' the Plaintiff will apply to the Court
the track near Leav, I .. for the relief demanded in the complaint
cess, Several shots Dated at Broison, this, the 18th day of
engineer and all thr. I, .. March, 1873. JOHN F. JACKSON,.-
were broken, buat I Plaintiff's Attorney(,
4, March 29-1r*

_,_ CC.- l .-i -ict- --C'
Augst 16--.n '" m -

,i < I

wil4 open a *
for Boys and Girls, oj'the first MONDAY
IN SEPTEMBER next, at her private
residence, in Gainesville.
Reading, Writing and Spelling, $10.00
Grammar, Geography and Ari4ii.k
matic, -. 4,5.00
French'and Music extra; -i "
Board Ted Dollais lPer.mouth.
Mrs. Bevil' solicits, the -,aalionfe of
her many friends and acquaintances.
August 16--1m. -.



a-tional ife Iturance r onipany-f
the United S a, e a .
Fraanlin.'Fire Insurance Company of
Philadelphia. C "-A
Also Champion Fire Extidg'ishr. Just
the thing for towns with no engines. C
The public generally are invited to call
at the Beattie store, South side 'bf-r- the'
Public .Square, and examine into the ,
'i- ". ,._., a-, 9_f ______-

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Savannah. Georga'.
OFFERS, at reduced prices, during the
summer season, his entire toc Terms
cash or on time with approved Factor6s
acceptance untih'October 15th, next.-.
Inquiries will reoSjve prompt answer.
Jtne 7-1,11 -*

Eastern District of Florida,
Gainesville, April 7, 1873.
On and after Tuesday, the 22d inst.,
this office will be open for the transac
tion of public business. The District
comprises all-.he public lands'lying East
of the line dividing Ranges fourteen and
fifteen. JOHN S. BANKS,
April 19 Receiver.
."" -" .' '''

; .- .... .. ; : .' ._ ..

, "^ "* FREIGHT... ., ""
't eave Cedar Keys at 5AM ."
Leave Palmetto' %t 5,59 AM -
"Leave 'Ot ter-Creel6a.67.0 AM
Leave Bronson at'8.14 A M
Leave Archer at 9.07 A M
Leave Arredondo at 10 AM i
Leave Gainesville at10.35 A M
Leave Waldo 4t 11.57 A. M
w- Leave Temple's at 12 45 P M
Le;ve Starke at 1.C6 P M
Leave Trail Ridge a.t 2.11 P M
Leavc Baldwin at 4.15 P M
Leave St. Mary's at 5.22 P M
Leave Callahan a6 .22 P M
Leave Hart's'ftoad at 7.52 P M
Arrive' at Fernandina at 9.0"P M.
i July 28-tf '



FOR? SA",T^. s I( */
-' .' *--.;;. ,.' : l ,,=:rt o
:. . .--*; ,. i-s, ; . ,.',i- ,?"* -,"'w
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C. -C: .." I : -C "

'.'.: M" [ .'.- 'CTpr m -'' r
t1 coe,0 old iworo..-e= as new. -
It is tBe best paint fdoiron bnldlng.' i
It Is equal P' ,'y for scoring brick. -
It is a perfect wood preservative. 'C ;
Ra.before dry, does not wath It. "
It iMiumable, retalin"gitna eamel and a
f'Solia by the Gallon only, In Cans or Barrel&i
Wffjce', 43 Chambers Street, kLt
W^or4s Ft. 52d St i.*.B
Wow York Enamertaint C-9 '1


By W.F. RICE & V0.


,June 28-6m.-

ALL parties owing. E. L. KIi'G, and.
E. L. KING &, SON,.-are requested to
come forward and settle, or the accounts
will be placed in the haads of pr0pev
persons for collection.
E. LAUR.F.CE K.-VVQ,,faj.
Jduly 5-3m *^'*
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TII .NDF.PI'DER NE15), Before leining
for Edrope, in the early part Sf Jurv-,
will di.ie of ienOtre stockk of ... ,

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t Be ''i
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e .a t L a w, -v.B E. W. MEANY, B. A, (Oxford, Eng(
A tt o r n eys6a t L a w. o
Will practice inAlaekuk and Marion VIC E-P RINC IPAL;
Colmties, and in the U. S. Courts.
M. Office at Gainesville, Alachua _
county, Fla : -.May 21-1y A SS91STAN T S:g
GAINS VII_ FLORI-DA. -- -o--_---
aticw ,a o ATHIS -SCHOOL will resume
Will practice law, in .the courts of Alan, duties on MONDAY, Septem.
chua, Levy, Marion, Bradford and Nas" .ber 1st, 1873, and will afford
sau counties; also, in the U. S. Courts of superior educational advanta-
the Northern District of' Florida, and ihr ges for the young of both sexes.
connection with Arthur A. Birney, Esq., A sound English education will be as
of Washington City, in the Court of sured to all pupils, and special care will
SClaims and Southern Claims Commission. be taken that boys instructed here shall
Paeticular-attentiuu paid to collections, be prepared for business. Opportunities
August 23 will also be afforded to the higher classes,
which will come under the immediate su-
T. A. McDONNELLio of the Principal r the study
of the Classics, Sciences, Higher Mathe Has been before the American public
:' matics and English Literature, while the OVER THIRTY years. It has never yet
ATTORNEY AT LAW, post of Vice Principal will be filled by a failed togiveperfectsatisfaction, and has
gentleman thoroughly competent to give justly been styled the panacea for all ex-
careful instruction in writing, book ke.p ternal Wounds, Cuts, Burns, Swellings,
C GALVES, ILLE FLA. ing and arithmetic. Sprains, Bruises, &c., &o.,-for Man and
"o i ., r - -. -Vocal WtrRMfO1T be taught to the enu Beast. No family should be a single day
W : tire school FREE OF CHARGE, and gr For sale in Gainesvilli, at the
A.' YERS members of the Institution may have les- March 8-1y
MYERS, sont In Instrumental Music at the rate of ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, $15 per session o five month; No CHA E
GA&INESVILLE, FLA. is made for instruction in the other Established in 1852.,
&- Office North of the Exchange'Ho- branches. p
eE- wq 'All applications should be made THOMAS BAT[Sif
to tihe Principal, Gainesville, Florida.
E.ARI TOn ANPC7E T. A. McDONNELL, President. T UHglU U UIuT I ,
E. CARRINIGTON ANHEZu, w. K. CsSNA, Secretary.
** *ir iT' TC ~AND
WillG practice in the CourtsL'of the. RETAIL DEALER IN
FifthJudieialCircuit. 11AVE PEAS." F& gaILR9

"*" 0TR V T la blushels of choice FIELD PEAS of the 341g
'lL:r e Ato ne a Law* following varieties- A
The "Clay" is ap excellent stock pea. AND
Attorney at Law, The ",White Crowder" is also good for
G-AIN VILL FT7* stock, very prolific, and fine for table use. American TOyS.
,.: (GAINESVILLE, FAI. The 'Shinney" bears at any season of *n Fan
XW -gOFFICE at his residence the year, but must be picked as soon as AndFanCd ly Goods,
- -l-%icnopyr .,a \ TO | Wanted. All classes of
1TanoOy, a. O working people of either Corner of Congress and Drayton.sts.
"W. t.' COULTER, sex, young or old, make more money at SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
Work for us in their spare moments or all-6
ATTORNEY AT LAW, the time, than anything else. Particu. May 81-6m
BRONSON, LEVY COUNTY, FLA. lars free. Address G. Stinson & Co., 4 I
1 ^ -Portland, Maine. January 25 -y i '
Gainesville, Fla. FOUR WEEKS after the first publica-
OFFERS his professional services to tion ofthis'notice, I will make applicao
the citizens of Gainesville, and surround- tion to Judge? of he Cunuly Courts cf 3
ing country.' Alachua and Marion omun ies, for leave
41! Office at Dr. J, T. McMillo,_B to sell the real e-lae belonging to the
Drpgstore. Feb estate of John R. Zetrouer, situated in
Alac~ua and Marion counties.
CLAG3F.1 NG-Aa. 1'. Z-9T RO C~l
-. ..src&2"A dmikisiratr..

AN11 49 1LIUIlIN
"AM, DL5 tN':S "" :A~ T *r ^. ^ ^ '1

SCLGJ 0 MH 1N G; OW -^ r-Y

SA VANXIAN, GA., Gent's Furnishing Goods, Corner of West Broad and Bay streets,
Keep constantly on hand a full and
large assortmentofsupplies suitable for B S C TH G Savannah. Georgia.
Plantation, Mill, FouudrY or, Family use,
including a choice assortment of import W 'SIN AS Competition is the life of trade,
ed Wines. Liquors and Segars. and in order to keep up with the times,
S March 29-6m T II i we are now offering our extensive stock
TR NSVA! UqSESf.1 -'ni nt rpalv

,.11 '--.. .t, ..-

Toilet ,-ts, in g1eai variety
-11.i TI T T& ;

Water -C-o.lers-' _.

Ice Cream Freezers



Lemon Squeezprs.
Witi-a general assortment of seasonable:

No. 167 Broughton Street

Sa-vannah, Ge9orgia.
May 17-8m-

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The part-'rq_" Gainesville, Fla.,
between the under gffed as "I. B. Davis
& Co." has been dissolved by putualconm
sent. The'debts of the 'Fint: will be set-
tled.by Cuilo&Huntley, who"r iass bought
the stock of goods. a
Jl2- D. DAVIS.
JMly 28-1#. .,L. (C. DSNNIS.

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Wholesile and Retail Dealer in


French and American Calf Skins, Sole,
Harness, Bridle, Band and Patent
Leather, Valises,-Trunks., Carpet
Bags, Whips and Sadd*ery Ware.
DLE, West end Gibbons'Buildii g;
Marlfet Square.
^ rtV n aaa 11S rl, i
A large assortment 6nha,.d and for
sale at the lowest terms. Country or-
ders solicited. March 29-3m .
Machine W o r k s.
Manufacturers of and Dealers in
Sugar Mills, Sugar Pans, Gin Gear,
Shaftings, Pulleys, Iron and Brass
193 and 195 St. Julian street,
March 15-6in




Savannah, Georgia.
March 29 6m

SIX months after date, I will make
application to Honorable Wm. Edwards5
Judge of the County Court for Alachua
County, for a final discharge from thp
Estate of Lee R. HTolder, late of said
county, as administratrix, at which time
I shall present my accounts and vouchers
for a final settlement,
January 18 Admx.

M anufactu rer
Candies. Fancy Confection-
erv, &o,:
Between Barnard and Jefferson-sfs., '
November 30-6m
'M~u-&* **.,-' i14" H--^H

S. T-1860-X.

5"460- g

0 0 :

composed simply of well-known ROOTS
HERBS and FRU .ITS combined wihthie
ropries, which in hir nture ae Cathartic
-~~~~ ou t o a't cn
Aperient, Nutritious, Diuretic, Alterative and
Anti-Bilious. The whole is preserved in a suff
cient quantity o0 spirit from the SUGAR
CANE to keep thoem in any climate, which]
makes the


one of the most desirable Tonics and Ca.
thartles in the world.' They are intended
strictly a's a

Temperance Bittenr
only to be -used as a medicine, and always as
cording to directions.
SThey are the sheet-anchor of the feeble ani
ebilitated. They act upon a diseased liver, a=
simulatee to such a degree thrt a healthy action
is at once brought about. Asa remedy to which:
Women arc especially subject it is super
. sending every other stimulant. As a SprinV
and Summer Tonic they have no equal
They are a mild and gentle Purgative a well a
Tonic. They purify the blood. They are
Splendid Appetizer. They make the weak strong
Theypurifyand invigorate. They cure Dys
pepsia, Constipation and Headache. Theyac
as a specific in all species of disorders whicr
undermine the bodily strength and break dowr
the animal spirits.
SDepot, 63 Park Place, 16ew York
For sale by Dr. J. T. McMillan.
March 8-1y


1 1.'. Briyn-si.
a.Si'inunh .

without this Linment. The money r6-
funded unless tho Liniment is as repre-
sented. Be sureiand get the genuine
by all Druggists- d Country Stores, at
256c., 60c. and $1.00 per Bottle; Notice
style, size of hottlae.Ac.
Drugstore of Dr. J. T. McMillan.










-- AND -

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Will hereafter arrive at Jacksonville
every Thursday, and returning leave
Palatka every Thursday evening, Jack-
sonville every F day to suit the tide,
and Pernandina ame afternoon, arriv-
ing at Savannah and Charleston every
Saturday in time to connect with the
New York steamships.
W. Cumhingp & Co., Savannahb
Jeffre8, ro. & Son, Fernandina
4i Jeffreys4 Bro., Jacksonville.
H. L. Hirt, Palatka.
August 2



, Georgia,


a24full sized cards, bound in full gilt
er and sold at the low price of 25
id'Sh'lu.ie fol "i p oc'k.*. -- .,.W,.,.
e. Order a sample sent by mail, post
p on receipt of 25 cents. 3 for 60
cents, or 6 for $1.
Address, BURROW & CO. ,
BaltimofreA Md.
IS. Agents Wanted. Catalogues of
Books, Pictures &c., sent free.
June 14.-1m.
lKoli'ti e.
This is to give notice, that I have made
Messrs. Matheson & McMillan, of Gaines-
vilJe, Fla. my trne and lawful attorneys,
to act for me during my absence from the
State, and that all powers of attorney,
heretofore given or granted by me to any
person or personsr-whomsoever are he.ty
revoked. JOHN H. e MENGE'tT.
July 19-A O .

ALL PERSONS holding coupons uf
Bonds issued by the various Railroad
Companies, pursuant to the Interhal Im-
prolt-oment Act of 1855, and asserting-a,
lien-f'r thepayment of the same,-against
the Internal Improvement Fun'dl, are re-
quested to present the'said coupons to Cho
undersigned at his office, in the city- of
Jaclksonville, for the W~rpose of having
them audited.
Coupons must be presented on or b;e-
,fore the first of September next ensuing.,
February 15-' Master in Chaery


Dr, D. CO^ Proprietor,
W. G. BBLLOC44S1L D. Attending Sure
geon. 4 -
, J. P. S HOUST(TUN, M. D.,'As-istaut
Terms-Roglr&'-anA-Lodg, V 4"*i weeg
$10. -. *-*
nip- Professional Services, extra.

THE undersigned respectfully offers
his services to the citizens of Gainesville
and vicinity. Shaving, Hair Cutting and
Shampooing neatly done. Ladies Hair-
cuttinrg done at their residences.
Saloon oppssite the Courthouse, West
side. T. W. DAWKINS,
February 4 Proprietor.


Baltimore, Marylanid.
S and Stationary

Steam E n giniie s and
^ A B o e r -

Patent Improved, Port ble Circular

Gang,.Mulay and sash saw mills, grist
mi s. timber wheels, shingle machines,
i10c. Dealers in Circular Saws, Belting
ai-d Mill supplies generally. Manufac-
turer's Agents for Leffel's Celebrated
Turbine Water Wheel and every descrip.
tion of Wood Working Machinery.
Agricultural Engines a specially.
Send for descriptive Catalogues and
Price Lis/s. 6J ay 6-6m

of vehicles, of a adescriptuuio at greatly opt I r I f % pota. Drives away Tan, .Frecklesa an un-
reduced prices. April 26-6m burned byitsgeliue but pewuecAu -
dnnte the 116 lieuenwit
T h e 31S003f AY BEUBL0A)BEAUTY.
wj" S-X 4 Jt-x.4st I y Sold by all Druggists and Faacy Stores. DO.
0 ^t, 53 Park Place, New York.
S- BY APPLICATION OF For sale by Dr. J. T. McMillan.

rtorVI A R ALL'S .....

A G Eli Y. X F
1Matheson & McMillanI, FORTHE AT HAIR ON
Oainesville, AIla chua DESTR CTION of the only 5,a cen, per Botte/
County, Florida. 'W OR% S ItPr.o...theGROWT ,PRESERVES
,!11 l' W l [ Wt ot tae C0W1R andincreasestheVgor E
Will buy lands for applicants and sell t COLO, a nd nreasesBEAUTY of the HAIgor
;and BEAUTY of the HA.I. ,
lands for those having lands for sale.- Patented, Mach 11, 1871.'No 122,732.
Will collect rents and pay taxes for Pon 0 X O T YEA=An naonLoa K8AMABMo
-residents.' Villgive reliable form eO TI HA was first placed in the market b
residents, a Iil .iv reial |tra .4. I_ O-f t t> f HofessorB. Thonms. Lyon.padoate o.f pncetea '
tion to parties seeking a home and busi- W. F RI 10 E& & 0 O.he, a o g. h s nvedotheGreek
VV r ,,AO,,eflo igilifyin cenepu~~rfvenate,.
ness in Elorida. ., or restore. The favorvfhas reeved, a tha poptt-,
The most satisfactory references given OF GAItESVILLE, FLORIDA, i asobtin spretd .
in New York, Philadelphia, Charleston, Having secured the Agency f, re East Flo H. It i a delight dressng.It e
. -. Dandruf. It prevents the Hair from turning gray-
Savannah and elsewhere, rida, desire a ents in every couny-In It keeps the head oooland r'vesth haira rioh, soft.
March 15-1y i-.. -his port.in-ohe $ate. Address us at gi Was r e. ...&QA To..T.
U-" ,, ,ille, Florida. eferences re-M YoA.no od sIool
Suited. The oom oumd t.be obtained of'T Stores atonly Flfy'e perMtle.
nearly-PA dt s j1. tthe S at&ef-.Al
Farm Bighiss will be-aceompanned by
satisfactoy-.guarantee.* f *f ~ 7
SCANE M ILLS. A as Misstssippi River.. tY N ,
J W. F.2 CE & Co.,' ainesvlle, 4 *H I '
tJ'.' ~ ~Afents for East Florida.' m =m=l,,

TrU p EI I APF T O -El A IE ,;
r'l, a rl _..,
BUTLER's New Sugar Evaporator is Esq., Savannh, Ga., the following lands Ary L t Counseboroth
simple, easily managed, makes far better -in Flor ida Wa.ig .. r. e f***&\^^ h~ooia
sugar and syrup 'than Kettles, saving 26568 &Cso.u 1 esA &L Leva w hip thnexuaicstemthth
half the labor and wood. 17 610 .619ta' e 17 ea, 'Alchua 'te 0hIhe ro l onia & "a" preventwg illsp)nt
The sizes vary in capacity-from a 175640 f1 1, 17 eastt Alachua and w revo tigoffspdriaang,
barrel of .sugarI day to one or two hogs- 15 640 117 eeast Alachuy Tisiointeurestingwrk 0mri d red a sixty
b g ..Y - g "1 639.28 1 '9~i 17 east 'Alachua ?,&fgfosnmat'io'n for those who~a .... ried,orecontemplate mar_"
beads. Cane Mills, Furnace Fronts, g 657.6 8 1 so 15 eas t Levy age.StillitiDoc thatought teeptsunder lock
G rate &- -., to m atc L. A gean d1k ou ey, and notladcarelessly about b e h .u
rates, ., to mat J A '4. s oth 15 epast T 1v It contain the experience and advice o f a pvhsician
Dr. T HARTRID gE ,Local Agent ,r., B I whose reputttioni world-.wide, and should begin the pri-
lr. tu g' 9 640.9 BI south 17 east Levy atesraerofeer rymaleandfemalcethroughotlthenteri

Jacksonville.D 0s a or ma oo e e so les en U~edo
Jacksonville n 8 >A0X 9i 8 -~o; 1 7 aT3 60 T2, globe. It embraces everything on the ubectgoftnege-
C.BTHASHER, Travelng- Agent, 8860.9 Jt. r-tf. 1 east erative system that Is worth knowing, and much that
J. C. .llK~ianriK =_ eli A i 640.7 SO li 122east BRradflfrd not published in anv other wiork.
for-lorida, who will "supply all calls for 9r 40.. ,-.. east .. ...... ... dr_..oeeIp frCen ts,
circulars, giving particularscl-,yOH.. ,o 23 eas S Louits, Mo. -
C. C LANGDON & CO., Agents, Mo. as t OE

bile, Ala. 6 52,asr Ioutr23eat flo lay178 P Otiot h flct edR n orua
WM L. USHING, Agent, New Or-'.2. i -2east Clay erore applyito the notorious quacks who advertise i
WM L C SH NG getNe u ""r> m '. --'n pbie pap-ers-,or using, any quack reinedies peruse Dr.
l e n. L a J Dg "ulttsa' work ornatter w natyour dseasoa s, orhowdeplor
leans, "a ble your coH itid n'
Col, H. L. HART, Agent Palatka, ,B..FuttsLpiew' oubOrl be o fbersaty-so.n
~~~~~~~~~~~~~ : mI: , -rosnosdby sru .Ib, eofthe os lerated nuedi-
Florida. August;2-4m. 7 X ..'[ "I E .JL_,. _l_ __ cai-rofessorsoftltlooantryandEurope, and can be con.
n-^ '].* *oW | r It" "r t~ A'&Tlr> fIltd personally or by mail, on the diseases mentioned in
JA ,orM a~-A b T E S AN '-Sivk. Office &,ad parlors, No. 12 N. Eighthi street,
^^ ^ ^^ ^^ ^ t^ ^OTHERS. 1aten Marklet andtAChesnitt, St, Louis, Mo.
^^ ^ ^^^ ikT11,bk STATUS LAND OFFICER,
AA. "A: A^ ATA. 1Eas -rvDistrict of Florida, PROGTER
^r ^ '^ "'T "T' / a~inesville, April 7, 1873. -r ,/I .
P RT TfTE On and~fm Tuesday, the 22d inst., Rs A T.,DT T"Ce
.t---TA" this office il1 Se- open for the transact VrRGJLaL,,L
-- A "''T A H "[Wr'LTT t ion jp. blie business. The District "
1V1l/-klJ.. i J- VV 1X.L.t c6m6 all the public lands lying East EXTRA OLIVE SOAP, IS MADE
4c>= 3E: 6T "] of The *'dividing Ranges fourteen and fro%. the best materials and nicely per-
v.."'---,,d-'*- nfi'tee.V JOHN S. BANKS, fumed. Sold at price of ordinary soap.-
For sale by ,- ^ Register. Buy it, you will use no other. Grocers
SORREL BROTHERS, -_i S. F, *ALLIDAY. have it New Orleans Jobbers Wholesale
A rat 11m, Svaur.nh n. Arivii - Receiver. Acents. April 19

November 30 6m Pue Blooming Complexion.
A\-'.T Mr" IT., .i P t is rely Vegetable, and i ts operation a
S __ i i "&" I> ,#eenand.feltta once. It does away withnte
,. 1) Ji i, flushed Appearanco caused by Heat, Fatigue
k -- H und Excitement. Heals and removes all Blotches-
SSAVE YOUR and Pimples, dispeing dark and unsightly

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GA. No

n of
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WILL bt opened for the reception of
Visitar iJ e.lst, 187 -

For analysis andl JW lpeie .iniamphlel
address -W. C. IIEV\iETT, Pro.,
May 17--8m. .' Catoosa Springs.

THE UNDERSIGNED have, removed
from- their old stand to the Zetrouer
Building, Southside Public Squaxe, where
will be-found ajfresh supply of .
Dry Goods,
Gro frleS,

SQualities, and in workmanship equal
to custom made. Our Jobbing Stock
'how, complete, with full lines of low,;
priced -

Suitable for the country trade. [In add, *
tion to he above, we have a good assert,
ment or :" < '" '

-MEr .T and notions. which they offer cheap for
"Y AwA' J l J[ '*qash, or will exchange for Counitry pro-
IPORTER?. AN 'T PjRB OF duce' Thankful for past favors and hope
i A, U by strict attention to business Io meritla
lr -*,,. *.. 'continirkn'oe of the same.
W I N E : .L I 'Q R S o Te highest cash price paid for
S" ... Mess of all grades. *
*"-~~E- .. l ..E. C. F. SANCHEZ & BRO.'
-4.- -J)ecb 21-nG To *C
:'N' EOS TO NOTI, IF.,, c T-Il ERS nr -
.-.., an.d Ihe public that he will.be found at H R O W E u
-. ,. No 7.3 St. J.lan anij 154 Congress sts ,. H I W LJL,,
where h hhas-made, and is makineI NlE AL
tenpive improvement's that will giveMni .- -.
greater facilities for 1.the-, transaction of
business than those formerly at his corn- A-N D-
nian' His stockto which addition --art ~ -(
ly being .ade, comprises strictly 7 -
f_ "class DEALER IN

Wines andliquorsv so -
** nHO ^\V C'
-Havana and Domesti* egars; Cognac,
Rochelle, and Domestic Brandies, Gins, k\X V1-'t
Pqrts, Madeiras, Sherries, Clarets, Hocks ,, ,-L_ "
Moselles, a i"Clrtnmpagnes. Also, Still amtT7"<<^"kXT :7 T T&
and Sparkling Native Wines. He*hopes JACKSONVILLEJ
to metit the patronage which has been so April 21--ly .- FLORID)A.
-~ kindl-.extended to him for the past twen- " -
ty three years. November 80 -- 3i NI CIRCUIT CQURT @F FLORIDA-
W. H . Williams & Co. LEVY COUNTY. I
GENERAL COMMISSION Mary Levins, Plaintiff, against HamiL
A .a..ton Levins, Def... .dant.-Summons. The
i :" T t -f-! '-J A W :A HState of Florida, to Hamilton Levins, De.
S "S l ^ SS <-, j S CT feudint, you are hereby summons to an,
: AND DEALE11 IN swer the complaint of Mary Levins, which
" .-- .,r-,-B-< I- 7 ^ was filed in theo e ffice of the Clerk of this
<[ -~tU "Jt-NDL-AJ- court, at Bronson, in said county, Novem.
AND her 11th, 1872, and serve a copy of your
P'R O* 0 p 1 T S O NO answer upon the undersigned, at his ofo
S.' ;R. r ,- v -- ,1 0 fi Y ce in Broinson, Florida,. within thirty
SAlso, FrUits and Country Produce days after ths service hereof enclusive
Generally. of the day of service, and if you fail so to
Store McConihA' Block, Ba,-st do. the Plaintiff will apply to the Court
'e iu"raJACKSONVILLE, Fla' for te relief demanded in the complaint
nea .A N \ Dated at Bronson, this, the 18th day of
.-Csignaments solicited. Prompt March, 1873. JOHN F. JAC eSON,
-a sales add remittances uaranteed, Plaintiff's Attorney.
SMav 17-1w March 29-1m

Fuirnishing Goods
Merchants visiting SAvannah will give
zi. Mall and Omilve })w 11

199-_ I ---

April 26-8m Savannah, Ga.

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Savnamh. Georgia.
OFFERS, at reduced'prices, during the
Summer season, .his entire stock. Terms
cash or on time with approved Factors
acceptance until October 15th,; nextt.-
Inquiries will receeie prompt answers.
June.7-10t -




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I am now prepared to furnish ICE aB
five cents per pound. A liberal rtductkit
when larger quantities are purchased.
bArctic Soda always on, draught.
Ti'kats for-Soda Water can be procured
at'my drug stoie.
May 31-1m J. F. McKINSTRY



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i Boots and Shoes.
S avannah, Ga.
August 16-6m -


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NO.-'ItHI- 1G6 -i ISTE

Health and

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SPleasure. E W S T A ND.