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Florida mirror
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Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
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Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
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April 17, 1880
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Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
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Ceased in 1901.
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"Democratic" <1880>.
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Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
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Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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( t. I./: VOL. 11 PBUNAXDINA. FLA., SATURDAY_ IU L 17, l 1880. NO. :JW.\! } j!

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('//.11:17'1") i I to congestion: bruin lace: (the healthy. .I//.H.S It cIN1:1'1'-'OC1'1'S. Jl 1M':I. ',,1.\ I. SKVKN; Hi'M>un': VM I'TWPVTY: Pofxts.--Jno
i i who ., for more than luut Miss.|; as the ridioMsingle : i I II 1.l'ri know as the "ll'IHlri.k. ( 'olnt\
ld. The and stranger who through the il I 111,111" kl"wl !' I is in '
pilgrim (
; to OvsTnl'Korvi: : --A 'ivtnieon t ho pro- 1.111, Nay to
distance had ngrct : I: and IIIlMlat.t. Oi
: 11'I'U.illl ; as a person
l' day I their temerity.frequently the whole time the I' of Midi WIIIIII iu !the"' of her I ; of the ottr.. ilhisir.ited hy diar-h join I Ir"I'4 \lilll'4oln.: .\ talk with

'6. Holds over: tlll.t''l'I'1.! Ids; tnu'kitway.. I' :scene iu the interi.Ilm'in\'r.'I'tlu'innnel was '\'il',1 I vast: lill'rall' .l II'II\li"l" admiration 1:1101 ('', was'ii\en, at the 11"1'11 mooting him 1'II I .II (the following fill!: "lie
'1':'< Where the I tfiiiliK winds, no shade have: the relievedI ', \I'Ullh 1< 1"11111'11111'1' III of I the American I Fi' !byDr. wa hlrl in Kl'III.'k" near Frankfort: I nn.lnits
t' in the extreme ; .illlbrkll':-' of the vvoiid. came into the \4Oolat"1 '
.... klliiWI I'I ( Mrook. of i! : Danville) most. of his 1 ile
only I ; lil ll'h.k. fortune in a : ;, \.1 .1.IIIO 1"111: 1'lln'rli ln'.IIH'11 .wll'I't
t ,.l. N'Miund: n'lifl', :save !the camel's; moan.Hear Ihl.g\I'I'ofl. Il\\III of:horns l"I'I'I'.i.1111| 11'1' very i\h'I'-lin ; ,'. sjiiil! ho IIlil"'I.1! the dis-I| h. lill' (Craig,
i i ing of Ihl'II"IIII 'l':I ; ing : : to ) the simple II' "WI" 1,1111 r' \11t
the oflIah to 111.1111'1' :1'1'1'4 I.tir |I '
at hist: through; mercy I explosion of mines ; the continual: p.issj I title of Miss. Coutts. to Ilt of Rnoncss \' '' tho inothisl by whiih the Ameriian i Centennial EXI".ili"l. : while there was
\ nil its ,'JCM, mid! that ho presented badgo 1 fl'J.'t I by
of'r of oysterpropatrates pc I l'O..tIL
lug heavily : l'nttrcnnf'rtulupooherbylnvenl'irtnria
: : wrfi-oti a
I Prom hid tent .1'1..rnt evening, the llodotiin'scall blll'1 had sohoil\ roblem that had tho Knights of : if| ho is
men plying pickaxe, p.idc and,! :-hnn-l-n\ I i in IS7I in 1.ln"id'llli.11( nl 1..1' mnniliceiit a i> III1 l'hYlhiI" \hiil unumbir.
: I II these timij's Miss: ( lived in l'ull'I'lrnih1'II'o ]
Whoever thin art who!'o need i is treat.. I : : mingled IIIIII'r l'I'I'al. !I public barities. : 1'1' \ Iltlllli ,
b to her earlier I II : ate ; be s.iiil, 'that( !1'd1"1.: Knights: of 1'1 Iht.I" and ImK- J
impression eireumrtuure.lluriutt 'I"1"
an :
In tll namoof (C,1.! t tho) 11'\1'1 fallow .
of Odd l
.\ ( lonipiissjoiMteAmi \ :5Mli ofFebruary ( aro 1 in all
On the nu.rniug i of : ( richgiandfiither. IIJt. C'II..1
'. I Morcitul: ( One, 'fm tore I wait :lhoatil I year:+l. ilhl'rilln;! no propeitv 1101 1..1' Enr"l.allnl.
him with tho
< anticipated i tl ". hatch thoirifrgv and 'arr> largest 1111111'11'
the 11'I1IIto:< :>Iilli"ill i outts, ( emiuiiit I'I'I' \ 'II II tlr.1
by: and all! inter I' hanker, horn TI"III.IO At death ol his f for i a certain time within the :-111,11 orders in the Fnitc'l :-'tats! :Mr. Ciuig :-il
I (Por gills in hi-1 name of I ft)mil 1.and I ivt: I the l'III..Il'I'IillII'I t great tunnel The twogalleries brother 11'lil.. "( assumed IIU m.iv be tine, but in (hut case, 111' 11'1' dilVor- foot four inches: : in height, wdghs t'.MHiumls) | (

The tentof: Ham: of hill; are hle-t: I l'llel'il! wherein men had lnin.\ : firm.rt I I Idc'r. ; turn, which, tl'I'llirl' tnt '!'Vomtho Ameiictno\ser..| I Last: sumnur 11'4111'1" ht\.lillrhlh"I :>I around the dio't,'

I a. y. .; I'hou who hast f.iith: in the Christ 1111111'hlll1 I; > oarin the foulest of .ll'I'I'li,1 Ir(to tl! highest prospciii II"h'l' He 1'111'I '.VIMa :I 1 mule a :series of oxpiriments: at Creslield, around the waist: "ovontv-eisrht im lies ; !hip,

:-; the Koran h'lIl'h thee the law IIrl..n. .' atmospheies Ihul1'1: and amid: the most: teruhlo surroundings I 1111.1'1"1' I in manners, r. 'I an ovstir: IIWI in :Maryland, (to lindoutthoiiiethodol ( eight-six! inches: ; I thigh, li'y. ix indies: ; \

: O) Christian: open thy heart and door.Cry'east i tmvv: appro.uhed I I oadi other sodo'dy I Jl'llh'IIHI, and ,'("ltldlllll h'pilalil110 1'11'looe I !propagation; : and to attempt theimpregnation I l'llr. twc'II\I.i}.hl indies ; 111. twtnty in .
; and west to tho \'1I1Ih'rill0111'! : hl'IU".I'II'I' ) Tlie 1'1"I times There: 1 is coiisiileiablo
: \ Might wall of rot k remained. I ol eiT-rs aitiliddly. 1'"IOlll'
f hit m "Whoever thou art whoso: turd i IH: ) i .111 In the I course of the preocdinunitlit hisd.n.II\ S'nnterlli''eltlrlurut; in 1\141' :-\1 \IO Ihll,1"" fmind" that .inls'rieanl Ilnl' in measuring him tor 1 I'lil ofd.II',

the name of Cl.rNt: 1 the compassionateAnd \ : ; it was toiind, on sounding with a i, ho married, : : ". 1111.11.' o\ |I'I'; do not bleed' their \oums wilhll tho \('hilt' being 111'1'411'11 for a coal '! \' ,
Mcniful! One. Ii'I' thee I wait" that the amounted IIIII liumblc 1:11.Idh1.I'kl'. \ciy I happily' siiell, and that the eg.r .';an be li'11111"lllrll- by \tailor i(the latter had) to meu'lu't': part of;

{, r r,1 \\\'littif\ I dril 1 ,: motorThe news: of t this wonderful 1 together and ill had three'nn; li'ill\ the sauls': manner as the way 1'1111 him and tll'l dlll it and '
emulated I is no to discover the male take a fiosh: start, ('n I s -" yards, idotb -' :
O157'Q consummation became: s speedily I. who married the Karl of (KmUord : Prames:1. 11'11' way \ I'
# ry Tin: and by ten ,cluck in I I I' lanroirovvd's who married:( the .lal''li.: of !totemind/ I'rsinl.hit'. tomato ovMcr, incept by the Use 01'thl'lli"I'O"col" are roiiilriit| IiIII !nit, Mis hand: 1
Tin; LO%
had to wait for the aiispidous the :uhjctt of this ( ', The 1\O of the; nystrr: arc very'.ulnll, 111.I number eight glove hem,,
Inn Lit. blast a..I.llllll.1: make of the two !i : 111. who 11,111'1 married I :Sir I"ll.jr: Iturdott, iiiliiiiu-iinal in rite, of ditli-rent 11'1)1111 used;1,11.1! a number I nine .shoo covers!! hiefart

The mountain t pass! of the :St. (c"llaarIIIII'4; ; alltrit'.ne:I \irlll a few membeis I !the member of 1',11 illh'l I who proposid I I the shapes:I. and havoadear spot in tl' His hut measures resell: threceinhthsinchi"

} long heen famous' for toe hiuh-road which of tho Ie 111 1111l'1t'hr, with their hlo, I. celebrated inquiry into I tht'statuiu1I'.Ithatll: I An averajre ovsien"ontaius 11,11Ii: to nine lie can not .locp in an ordinary

\\YI.I'";. extends from Pluclcn, on Ijiko Lucerne, WI'I't 1111.lil1111111',1: ll.iits. wore Field" Prison: wbidi losnhod( in tho dismissal i II\ilfl II":'HIid one 1t1 largo 111'; m.iv bell and require.s i tWIII.11111"< 1'1 a "eat. Ills ,
(ttfti, :Switzerland to Iaro Maggiorc: in (thr ninth: I and wagons g.y| decorated, and whl'l the of the keeper and the compute a 1.'Ullallol I l''lllIil as as fitly It1," Tho planpuiMicd : I miisdes: ate hard and bo pos-e: "es iuouenrestrength.
-\' of. Italy Now the gloat Alpine mountain in IVitili/ing (liie is to hop the I While over the Allegheny
{-\f: ; train I;! the people from 1"I''I'hl'II'1: of (th>' l'I' of that prison I IIl' : eggs trll'I'lilll
I ,1J t\":. has: been )(pierced hy a railway tunnel and no ran hrilf t :station-t lie tunnel being praIkalll. ,'- ', .lllilIO II his:l celebrated 1.II.hl. I male and! female o.vMcis:1 Ulolhl'r'\ and Mountains I I 1'1'1111 trip hesoimtlnus 1
: '' I on obstruction, to the I travelerwho t 1.llhl'r fluids mixed I stalled tho horses whih ,|I' -\'
t : longer '!!' any : for locomotives t\'II.lhlrdr oi tho his benevolent l I \ Irllh'1llIlh'rthl'II'llhollr thus tho( ate 11. ( impregnation .

vt )prefers speed to I'I'l'IH'r1111,1 had rather t tho t'11 hl..ia"l. kll'W 11 hllnlI>I. many:- ; "I :.l. (!"'thin |It:> is made 11111''h' lnini"datdy! t the woio c-limbing up the sti-op sucks Mr. < ; .' ,
Y' '.t',. tlv from the littlo repnhlie' : to the land: 01'r I Cheers\a\ : rent the air, and congratulated :Mr. the 11'Illirlllll.1 process( :I of ,\ 11'I I:>I and goes; onso 1 \l'I'\' jovial, wealthy. and takes tliingseasy i.
r' \:', :'. Horace in the wake 01'II locomotive thanlinger thent'e'IVesand I : t'nchothertiverthi.trinutphaut.etiimig 111 accomplished"II": Miss il : very : rapidly (that a diango 1'111 bo noted everyfillet'.er'arndr II N I k'lnd-hoaiteil and noted I for his benovolonio. 1
amid the heauties that nature herer 1I'il h'\ol. 1 few hours the f Ills wife N largo,
In very
ijoi.! a ; : at nainrht 11111'1. :>1 barriois:I, tis popular actress! in (' I part : I11' : weighing J J0
'. .}, spreads! out to \iew with -ueh unsparing they do user a great v'II lory. of I this i century.I This i: l.tily I was! born III I I77" embryo tsMtlllciontly! jormed; to swim in the ,'\ ); pounds", 1 is 011' live feet two indies !in

,f.., hand. wassumiuh voiumer her opulent water.: Tho shells:1 mt lirsl I' \ervMnalland Ill'ightUII II '' ltiuety-cighit, I Indusaround : ,
.t The object of building) this! tunnel was tomi ali suitor that declined I the t"ll aro not adj.uont to cadi olher. 'They grow \ (the waist.FI.I.HSU t.

: ', ; moot t the railway syMems of (tormany: TI\ VIIT or iiir/i TO c.into. that tho:11 Ilaldl. 1'1'11''I'III. 1errapidly': IIi' down 0"1'1 t the s'ulos,
:' :iSvvit/crliind; and Italy, and 1 its construction Tho ,Partial report. of the :Mississippi: li'ommiosioM \ I their bag rnr"l'"r1.11. .11.r""I'.. bosurmounted. moist fuudl.v and form .the hinge. In : : FIIOM 1.: Oi.n IVnatn..laird.In -
groat the outlook the
milt t to
was' dctinod necessjiry to olivet the comuu'reial I ( 1 : recentIv t-ubmittod, to Ih.1'1"= ,Tho on.imou-d I, millionaire, .III ,111.t'lillll' of twenty-four hours theoungovsterisablelo : 1 present Illlliraliol. '

mr advantages I that woroaeiiiired[. I 1 hy FI'IIIIl'I' rotary II War, is lull of promise fil tine persisted in his :-lil. and ili.'sJlellonheiuethehuppti : \' take food, and 1'1'111 (to this has 1'lllllrIII in:>I 141"1 On( :sun-: i,I

: in the building) of the Mount( ( Cenis Tunnel, future Ir New Orleans.The ) 111\\'t"'l'r wile of Mr.I Coutts. three:slays: (to a \I'k it attains 1"111'1'1 foim.' Ihnlli 1"1 many I .venrs.
;; andcnjovcd hy Austria in her mad across:1 in the () I million 11.1 ) of this week, fil instance,
$$ l'IlIllli .illll'"IIIII'C' 111"01'11 Illl'OI-t'lllu': (' of the \ioleiit : ..I'Ihl'I'I.IIIjhh'r \1011' 1)1111111.1,1 a! 1111' as a hull SCMII ) brought tint
,' 1 '.. & S'emmering: ;!, those being; the 1'"lIl.t'lill levee "system: !' to his nl'l-illll: .", of 1'lllr\llil'' oysters: illl' wad h -ata sand 11.:1\.1. ; 111'111'1' tlll-
.: links within these two countries such livcno-s the :Mississippi I wilhI. ; :stierago : (111'4
':. railway Tho hydrauliioof I ( I Mr. 'outts disinherited (' of development. An oyster In-I'IIpl'l" 1'1'1.
., )\! and th'e s.inu. |M>rtlon of Kuropo. llctvveen I are explained :so elemt'ly as l to be readily I I )h.\II.1 wifoolo mistriss: t his Ihl'I c/ jossnli : I I I is able to reproduce" its icsuflcrattaiiiing, : is. pu're'like than f ( many: 1'4 the 111'1'1.1II Ifthis f
., thp. ) and.l 1It1. the of nadir. Where'waits 111.11' .I I period so oaily season.:
1 years l.SI'l project eon- I understood by every his ,h'I'I'a"I'h'"lt a ) and it is at the
; iotlianlwas i f..tllll'lIt In''l'II'III'1' 'I'lIr''II'IIWII. Ilhl'kl'uht. t ratio of t i Ueopn 1 up I Il o we shall 1.1e r
; toad 1111'-1. ( I'r"U-l'
., //i .trusting a rail through; : I :I are c'nlitilll,1111 a Inili'I'1 wi.111 thodeathof Mr. Coiilts, the \ ago: I''I' !'!. These( '\ weroso ;
,;:'1" lip t mooted\ hilt it did I not take 1 permanent a deep ( halll.1 I I! The I'a, i I; I the Duke of :St. .\(Laps:1. drand wiI111'I'il'el Falconer oimphlo! and! :siicn-ssful: that it left On< lug'r l : t I
r.i'r:; 1 form until the next dorado, when the I tliehamkswltht'urtischllcv'sallt! I i hichsupplies 1'1 doubt in mind that bo
my o\ pio-
\ I l llngl.ind; who'was much vounger than )Ir! ,h'r" "UI Irish famine, when tho Immigration: :stntis.tiis .
1'1'lIlral wiJuilrna.: : ) Company: assumeddiargc l : : the IIml'I'ialli,1' sand bars!! may' hl'll'l.kl.II Coults.: At hrrdtath she left (the I >,uko anIncomo II;ullllj.tllII.\ success:I ; t rt'mu' The \
of it. .\ commission: was thcn.appointeil of revctim'nts,
by : why
l'II-lrdill !life .
of $ ( ('MM'' a ytturuinl "I."tlll 111'1"WI'II' Conimlssiom
illll'I'1'lh ( of Immigration conli-'
hy "several neighboring cantons to :>I and Whore the river '" I not lit for ( : II'l' !
dyk'es use
jetties ;
I hl..h in landed c.statc. this dlll 111' Iloilll m
make the 11I'l'l'arIIUI''l': \'!'. In 1 IM(li1!!) the has widened beyond its normal I limit, per .some from delicate \ of l'XI'IIinll- did) not lontain( the Ill.r" 1'; 11'.11.01'1'1'I'II.llhll detilly: ox|;;eiting I large Increase and havemade I
Ihrl'l'l'olllllrit'jll.i IIIl'lIlioill'.l. entered into IIII'allh', kl'.4'i\ the t. andtho I 1'11. I "1'1"1' preparations to extend I their aeconlntmdmtissns
jheik ( they WI'I'I'I II
1'11"1 whidi Whl'l Ilk1
tho entire i foituno I she I : (
trl'a"ir, the trnct inn of the road and, bo reclaimed will bo (111alll'll A 111'w"rth.111.1 Important fact M II
( :.1 can> l'III'c'rl',1lit ( Mr.( Coutts to his I II 'r. Hut during (tho spawning I f'
.i in 1 7Ja:! l'OIIlI'IUI\[ was formed, and bids 'fur 111'1'141,1, !' of:si il'tingilnimuM: :l, from whill .' : )1'II.lallht,1'1)1.11 s'usoutiny hetrmut'eIrity. in ('III'l'lill wih now immigrants. 1 is 1
11 H'I.i. .\ Iturdett
v I the work were called I for. :Sevenvcre.made; water ';! through the hlrr withdiminished Hurdott., youngest .11hll'l = of (the breaking) of (the "ioil.I""lu'I'olnt I that neatly 111 tlllll t""l'kil1011':;
: of which two finally considered: and itsheavier Frll'i'4 1.JJ1 in tho West: 111:1'1,1 11
were depositing them.Xo. tll' "
A nildlwilllr The Ilur Ness: of t. Albans, in (boqiioalh-( I
city they start for f
that of 11. Ijouis, Pavre WiL" \ The : )
1! accepted. give u ., 1Ill'lluh.I tll'ir.I'MIIIIII'
IImll'rill lII'II her fur*uuu to ) \ --
I estimated cost was in the neighborhood. I often now "" 'fle ( 'om l mis-loners I" : lug her to take the liMIJd. lfvdettl:>1. This( 11)cD o.x rut J'.imtr Cm ST.--The) Buns, tlllt I mi. I tl rllil'llLll IJ \
Q million Ilu II .. The contract fur the IUIII' of11 of I this( coast of all almost simultaneous arrival II ,
II!! It I is! believed I t that improvement can horn in 114, and 1 Ihe'w.t "ltll''Iha: : -probably wih tlir
work was awarded. ,AugiM 7 1S7 and alter lt. la,1' was 1'I'l'i\ .\ mining theuhsemc port This largo (' In I population'
; ti the railwny company had completed somo! be accomplished I (' by contracting of $\MNNI.INN' ) in |IIi! siuee which( 11 of I'ln'l Wo I Il'Jdlll-loc I bunt'svii.'s moans, of course!! ", innate additionto (
; the channel way to an appro'ximately time she been her ihari- 111111'1. I'I wuttIi I
\ r preliminary clearing, the work was:I begun IIwHI'r width of about ::1,1"1! < feet, table .,IU' humanitarian schemes. Herliberality ( founder laid the first I' t hearthstone orlrlnumik our national. I t I and I 1'\'III\ll'lI t.
Iniilrll The of the I be
;a (input was broken Airolo September= for the of out channel dearing with the thought majority Il'WCIIIUI, I tl
in tl tnt scouring nurses
; IS I: 1H72: and at loesohcncn' eleven<< day the action of I worksconstrui ltahl-hill: I l'nrl'4.f that !spot ho was tl do 1 Ill" 'presumed, IUHe lore or h..I 111hut i
through ', in I the Crimean'
: later. Time .system of ('Oll:>ltrlll't lOll iidoj>tod I tisl at suitable Ilprllrllh'( \11(1 \ Xilhtl work, and! there, at last, amid land liar ll'II'I: their chief valuo consists In tl'lr 1111'4trftrCnJtth \ ,
: ( I is familiar: She I is tospend
was that kno'wii; as the Belgian or French1ysteju : of sand and other earthy tI11')0-) war 11' fli,1 !ilk Into (that sleep that is final The ab :, and skill, by moans theywill I ITllR
-iliOI $1,MMIMMI,( or $1IJIM 1-
heading,; or advanced l gallery was the water the l bars ICI l'ltirl'lu'oUt serleu.f tills disposition: has made notuad.sof in 1 fl''PII (conquer, the wilderness
transported by upop dry project:
driven at the upper part of the tunnel from and other of the bell (lr II Iwl tho Il'l of I lids i'la"t. They came here and make U attractive 11.1 prodmtlve. No
mrtions the
[ She is to uprotector
each end at such height that its roof bmime embraced within the limits present of the proposed lot an ulIlllll fri'n.1 founder jHMir of originally with (tho thought that in u little matter how many may' come we JA"l' room l

a portion of the roof of the final excavation. low waterchannel. The If a i while they would J.tllr and make the and welcome for all, provided / Irl' honest 1
ulhuah'l'ltt sought ,urllun,1 Idl'HI*. lu 147, ten ) and want to No chtsr
'I'II :
; fileenlargettlenttithetinaldinlensionswar! to be ,ed : home of their future in till hinds of their work otlC'1 II'l'fl1IIIy.N.
prod m h1'1 | l'olIrltve after obtaining her fortune, some endowed a J" lltrnM.
effected and downward. Heforethecontract birth Could tin air-castle which have
1 laterally tht width of the church with and schools attached, l. (, .
: for undertaking was ilniwu up.I'rofa'll.r li)1 been erected in thought men on this tbrtukfust
the river.It by RINK DWI.INK I'mtK'n-.1t
WltCI('hnnncof in Rochester How, one of the most neglected AND 1:
Fritsoh of Frankfort made stneinterestingadculatiols'as while in bunks in rude
coast, lying ( ,
'Uhll" this at hotel I
1 is that the works parts of London. She also' the morning my us was
to the nature of helc.etJ e"tlmuhfll in around be
fountains which hll.lklt! wlvCn reading your on "The like and
in this will create and arc
drinking ldlturul
; the nick be in the tunnel Into what city it
to met
a picture, a "
of least feet to the ,' the (,Ir- WUUll"lkc. the (Doming 1)a. Prices, 1 was deeply
depth at ten at extreme low weary i II'lh'lrluII; nlMI
He believed that the to be i
principal ma s Hut the havestolcn liy ( (
L saloons which Much aids to the tentIKranee years ; impressed with the soundness and good
stages of the river, over all the bars below -
Ire ,
'r in
traversed -consisted of gnfias, rich 1IIc'U.lIIicuII'hi"t latest cases, the dreams have
advice which ,
Ilewltlll able article A
She is much revered (
t Cairo' where they are movement. so I 'ntuhu..1
gneiss and hornblende-schist.: IIK'uIL'1 (been the Wrhones .
It is the opinion of ", that and beloved by all classc that the very |IH'II| : never f'ulu'l, the friend who wan sitting my Hhlt all ,
t These he believed extended through the tll! ol were buildod hack In land
i. rule channel should 1, lace, when by poverty to extreme ncnI by the way, hudJIIt arrived ( \ York
as general txI'4II'rntl'll] rur
mountain in the form of fan and u (
a experi( of childhood, ulII, have they been
IUllll'I had also | article
maintained the City, >een reading
and '!'! location measures If (,
'loll'l' MIO
5 eiieeprovel that hill theories were comet.The fnc sitanltal Illrt bulldcd here not mean to say that and Indorsed onltion with regard
fully >
that be home of Miss and no
no attempt tostraighten yourj
material taken from the oppocite clllllillilfert'll Jwl' CuutM. there are lot plenty of famil' living In to future of Ho remarked
1 the rin'l or to shorten cutoffs. hand should rll1 against the |>cace of present ali (.
widely. At the north end a layer of their benefactor. This beneficent who what they l'u1 Illl'J. nlt who have tome, ".\I,Jtf New I York.City I had a
; very' hard 'rueklwas met first, hardly 1:11) homes with the
'I any 'J."tl'tl ex withone the ablest
Tu the from New Orleansto has her wealth so improvement that long conycrautUtn. yf
water cuming from the roof and very little complete Jt'l spent freely tll t at ion that they would be ( mdtl
nnundcrs'ln 6ur and a \ who
Cairo that $ of human welfare, I is l"rmllelt city by
it roughly by 10 rtIUM
limbering being Deeded. At the MtJuthl'rnl'xtr'lUity iCbtmatl'1 fi'iU in and about them to l lime
( ('uhiC)' l'arl work are : ) 1"t1 to the pleasure of life. Site just WW the way, hUIUIl'1)'l'lrh' Iwurlle to an ImmeiiNc -
the the dominant necessary time
on contrary, gathered t Lul If a are very An I his office
been little recreation
$2: ClOiiU.< estimate Is made of seeking a healthy in a UIUUllt.
nick was nliea-:s'hist, with numerous tis- few. This glut, perhaps, be
111 he )
into friend
the cost II maintenance.. yacht voyage the Mediterranean with a whispered my for; 'My ,1.1 ,
suns, through which water leaked into thetunnel ( up in the ( but the same IK true of California
The works which in the opinion or the party' of distinguished U'ltl. one of whom, el''rt. you are now going West; sail chafe ; the boom
in great quantities. At one time itt I I I only in the AM a rule
lie Mr. of the country I i8 over I fully believe we IOMCnearly
anopjiortuiiity ;
commission undertaken Henry nearly
; can advantageously: L'cl'ulluul llaul
rushed in at the rate of 4S:!II(> gallons per minute ; the the farm house'of California and their sur- all the advance in values have'made
and tha I him of
and brought with' it masscsx: of debris.Later Ibis fiscal )'l'UI ullrlpriatlulI Kln'l surveying: nntndings mire IL I M'rI,'fual sign of For Hale. within the last six months in
therefor I. which he except
are as so ) IMrtra1 -
\ on, when Ions of clay were struck, it necessary eltlc IceJ'S the forcibly: in the On many of those farms men and families real I estate. I look now during the next

rushed: In at the rate of :2,<4o gallon IHT NewSlad'ri'd l Ueuch.....'I'..!....... &: ,rlrMl I )(enuaut: enacting of \ part IlfS/IlJ have lived for u quarter: of u century and twelve month to MM the surplus capital of 4 4thevnntrytlrnelhrthut

minute ; JAOyanlshnaspringwasulctwhich h Plum Point Head................... 7.'X: IIIII'! ( the 'l'nlc.ft'r f.tlrlllll still i has IIl'nl in any righlfulK'I'4 for the
,ldin'n'lII.IJlIO l < gnHon. ti minute, and stopjn-d .... i frl nuniiy H.uth uUI of the word There has been Ilrl''II.u.
}Memphis Iteadi ..... ..... 382Ui: ) Thames her unnulssliuus steamer ( never I that projKTty of this hasa
the work for several ilays S I the leakage; I Helena J Keach........................... (i: .11 I' I lay wick, lalpJil'J where and thlltlnt the husband and father 'has not It'l value more solid I than anything eke in
u .Il
kept varying from time to time, and at that llT ra\'l'CII. to fell out in the course-of few
HI (
Chootaw t.h.... ... .... .Wi.oon' her: 'had leisure to ( Ilh'JII'1 1 which we can find
( 11"ttlllt.l'usIYI.
a side always giving much trouble .to.fthe I l'ruvideiiee lead ............. wiO.OHO I I vast maritime'IIJtnioll) ('coasting and river..tu' months and never a time that the (ally VA1VY iu L'hlcuijn TrilJJ'.
workmen. ha-s not he ;'. ( )
the iiort of London' which had great interest hoped wOII1rt'I ( (lm.-Mr.I K.: ,II.Ange-
Seven yearnand five months t were occupied Tulal....... ....**............ $*,IISf: I I to Miss Coutts.:' the of t those f.trrlr UyoPtllY.LSU of New Orleans has inven I
l'uniti'll mar, a -
in the .St. (iothard the tunnel nine !engineer: !
piercing Closing gaps in levees'.......... .... 1,01"1!( 1' : in it tvl
( employed had long engaged Ill'l kindly to! which Is attract
and a third miles in length (wing the long: l'htvkiugenlarg'entof.ltrlafaluya ](|,(IINI IlriiK: CIITTO 1.sTtarkTra..tlrtlidytime ,'l'lJ'tlrK'JI f'lll
ost in the world. ThlHltl'lttity' with vrtdrh. attettun-ltwshu. llrrll.l, Northern pri-ss have begun their cru- jug great tlC Northern citi.,

the work was umniipli: ) hcd wa.t unprecedented Total............................. $5.135MM I I Hade against cotton and start to estimate the Thl otcaiii to be used the 1 t Al'Ul'rtt'lllu Ita.
for, relatively to its length, this tunnel IdrTiltirnotluiugseenms to IKJ known re- crop hl'firl It is even planted. A corrciqwindent tionury boiler at ) ) The
has been 1 to red in a fourth of the time These rt''JI' are In the aggregate 181! ganling the origin of .\ sdt' day, and of of the New Yokuli'lh'nli! off steam I is inferred to a lioller under the

tccupied in the boring of the Hauenstein miles long.If the ruttigr, with which iu ,:(.hIrotiul !Isattended. with H.II.111 bale us J. Hour of the car and a small amount of coal

e Tunnel. This great advance in the art of with such an UII'lltur a IIp\tl\ often )Many theories on the fciihject) The letter is signed Farmer," but Is evidently i thrown Into the f urn me at the rear of the

tunnel-driving is due to the more extended, 1 feet to Cairo .1 I l'urd are a.IYall..d. hut 1,1 and then there is 1 the work of sumac New York MKVII- 11,1l'1 width maintains the beat. The u *'r-

i application of machinery, and above all to stage of wah'ltle West wi he more than writer who, like the author of the loihwing later who is l mi the hear side. The (ogle Iton of charging the. Is.ikr taken "Ily0

the efficiency of the "air-compre on, invented 11 outlay a single year in venMM in J'IXMiMn'i .lliiumv) : fi,1 17">, umtcnt has rcali/cd, u fair margin of profit on last 1IIIUI' and the our will run twenty miles

t I by 1'rofes.sor Colladon, uf ieneva. the dn-apening transportation on its sur himself with 1 simple avowal of tha season's crop and among a certain do** it wih ltull'e being charged. The operation|

t The "perforator!," driven Ly these compre&4on ills IJ'tJlut. universal l ignorance that utlll'r seek to is ex]>cotcd that the next crop ought to be il al,1 the cur ran b stopped
>, did their work with marvelous >ortji be true the tonnage on disguise: Mild. at cost, Hut the capital accumulatedthis within Its own length. This 10\,1 car has 1

tfwiftncNM. In two houn one machine would the lake U now under control of the rail- "The lt of April. KOIIU do Mr.l"It year should 1'1'a* a mean of upholding 'been tested on grades of 31.1 ftt to mile,

drill twenty-fix holes 1.2U meters .wpaare.Thelioles I way oomjianiest, and the Wtlern farmershave apart r Hay ; the market during the next 'I, AM I and on curvca of thirty-three feet radius. It is

were then tilled with dynamite, no t1k UrMI the direct traiiKportations But why (i> AI.f'JI. it tut lung a.our Msiple rush tl11 crops to the I Mated that i has! easily drawn up such

Wis'f., barged, and tired every exploxion dislodging ): except tu. Mi-sni-wippi Kivcr. Nor I nor they tliemlve I
some two and a half cubic meters of Ten millions of dollars spent upon the Hut on thin day are people sent price t otfi-red we 'UI hate no Listing to II 81'it..1 with |>utengen. It
roc:k. The point of attack for the j>erfalli no smoke, and no
1 was always the upper hart of the tini!ihe
iX tunnel of the futur the floor of the (wtslxe much eijtendi-d in (constructing railways. It Yet frequently there Is great store Their surplus is ''wtIJI'k, and even carried I', site seems to to a'mpIJh eVrythlllA and rl-u''

they cleared l II afterward bla.till I has l been 11tII'tJto that grain can be tarried Of thC forgetfuN he found!, over from one year alltlUf when valuesget ;I ltfl'.t rapid ,
short linen of railway
and wrought down by hand to the required 1 from New Unisons at five Who're sent to dance )1.1 Pi X tll'" round ; abnormally low. The mart (ulo.crop probably llal'I,1 I.
level. The l'I'motivt u'e
moved by compressed air, and \entila- clear to the heart of the We t the challl.1 And ttt1 all, IMIIII, The average in the Mississippi N al- {i troubled 1 with ideeplcttsneHri will find the fol
was provided from the same not be much over haI that figure. At la the cheat, war probably les* than this, hut lowing a splendid' cure, the CulunIbnrTsa

also ase.l for dragging lun'e'j'nON ent ship aers at .,uU are praying ten | Then then return frm tu'J the pursuit on the U\.lalt'\ i-crhaps a little lon'. It I IWu a. if I only take the tJ' t thack

Ills, but owing to the intense heat l''ntlor ruItI. and the rate is so profita- I| And straightway: home with khame they run, i l''lltlu' that no longer ., try it : .W.t half a towel apply i to the
air, the mortalty theni' was \'erygreat. I has been )1 And others laugh at what L done. exist. Tb" pr.. au'J the .t .'ill'! of the neck pressing it upward toward

Out of a 3UhJ1'forty on to an U-pree Hut 'tis a thing to I be fully tWl'Jt.t n" jicrccnt. Ir'Uter.t I the base of the bruin, and fasten. the dry
ten died every month. ) men aIKn'I'\urkl.l !I It 1 la extrlvniu.ry. therefore, that the IUiVesentatives !! Whith l Is the greatest lt"luttl *!- tides ff fur both are I! half of the t.n.1 U\'t'1 so a3 to prevent thu

day and night in shifts of eight hours t or the )f.i.i.lo'allY. inOongress The man that innocently Wt'lt. dearer, while fanning: implements and live I too rapid exhalation. 'fhe effect fa I'J't.ul'tul.I '

So trying was the Ubfir that they were o"l'l will in!i"t tle Or he that him deslgn )' sent." kto,'k Ikave, appn-i-iatisl., With an averagebeusiri thurming, cooling the brain and indue-
'II .
pellet to take frequent h.tJ'l'I. Great the sums recommendoi a..rulrIIQnor the cost i> reach ten ('elt" lug calmer, sweeter .11 than any narcotic.Warm

rururllertiortllasttotet l in the / I tion. We feel witistie.1 if thin is done, Lrxu and liver .'fII.lalnt are certainly l>er |H und. Ariythmgniucli below the rate. water may I. though must i"
mi.i.1 i of outriders to the galleries as a I commercial benefit resulting at once will I benefited,often .'uJl. by a free consumptionof now current will give but a albs mar/in'of( fcr cold. T> those who nuffer fnuu overexdtement -

walk in the stifling heat and vitiated aln'I I a'ur the completion of the improvement t onions, either omked 1 or mw. (V 1.U yield l'l.rt A rate loss than tvn ''nt will L of the brain whether the result of

Ihl'r might easily 'have 1.J't\t1 l fatal tol >: and their t-t .eon tithe | )U.iII.I.i I to them like magic P.n') bt afh'''l l to Uedleiut. the f
l'tTM.u 1 with heart clHtl-lie or a tendency('y I 'Iiruuriandflldn. 'Ct elof. '' t .....l? ',1.t" (iron,aaf 11caydue, .l'prim 10.t has l'I.t1 l an emclal boon,

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I..I A'I' ll".UlT.11;NI, VExm\Tixc CAII*.-A .to-called vamnmprociss I .111s. TO !r.\'l sws rntr.r THAI*. I
: S A N1} 011N) &
\entilating car, called the! .\twOIII The New York Time* /gives an amusing:
,ndirt'tup lint it ,ri/;/IlIr) of! (ttrcnt bear/it! to nunm!} invention, lets out the fold air at or I illustration\ of the influence of the pn-is.: 1
vl our render* to 'fl/"i, /, iiifiirmatini; near: the bottom" 'of the car, and admits fresh I One) of its renders! a New Knglund: teacher! ,, SECOND; :STREET.: }: NEAR: (CENTRE.: ; :
alt tlc ftily'rcl' of l llntsrs, limn i>ltitinlf, rlr"I'r shitin i; inr! 1Il'lItltill' whole length of; the No draft I an ingenious )plan adopted, ,by, a Tonnes- I \\HOI.KS\I.K AMI IIKTUI.caiocEiis : .
711111clct'fJle! a In icfrjiurc to (lit* Rnl'jcd.CinRRr i.s trcatcdj: and each person, it i-i: claimed, see immigrant piotcvt hi* chit'ken mop I I
breathes: nir I'l'olllon'rhl'ull that has not been 1 I from .depredations. Curot'ully stinking up I ) SHIPHAY I CIIAIN'JLEIIS I lit
of Jjtiml.i in Plnri'a-I1orida/ as! !I... contaminated. The same invention can the subject she thought she could l contii\u( ,

generally known, was purchased. by I till doubtless"' in employed ventilating fruit the same piece of mechanisa0.' rime: had. vainly I
and \cgctablc, cars' The same principle was herctotorc AXIi DKU.KKS I Ii IN
; attempted to keep her chickens I
United States of pain: hy the Trout if) 181!).
y the
applied to Confederate hospitals: during from the sable thieves around her and l

The Spanish Colonial government, had, however tour and the Invention Is only an adaptation. felt much rejoiced at t the prospect of success: i i i | |
made or land k by thi< desire of
a good many grant* TIIK.. merchants! of :slain:; employ the ape new a noose trap : -- .---. --'", '" C!! f.
She '" : I'TlIl'un"llIIIII which she 1
private individuals for services rendered tilt! of that country to detect counterfeit coins: rope, I passed
government as donation to induce ! No near To one end of the

nient or improvement. These: private Inn(-. of can the compete world.\ with man the however Chu-huu experienced ape who rope was attached a Weight of two hundred A L.UCm3TUl'K: Of I-THNITrilK); .\\'.\Y:4: ON II \N1).
claims were recognized an valid,I hy tin( never fails discriminate\ between good and pounds: and to the other end! a noo:
Treaty-all the other land-, in the :Stale he- spurious money. Whenever a merchant! : the weight was so arranged that a slight lion -
on the would it shoot
cause !)
came !the property of the United States: ; and receives )payment he gives<< the money to the air, drugging with it the unfortunate NURSERIES.
the who, in a deliberate and serious'tanner '
1 now the whole :State; hay hl'l'lIl'1l1rn.lulI.1tahl 1 ape colored man whose unlawful foot had entered .
puts: in his mouth "lIIllilt'
out according. to the system!- of public l' it. If it be of pure ore he passes" : it to the it.One .

!Cur\'(')'!I, .into townships, sections and subdivisions. merchant, hut if counterfeit\ he lays it ,downin chickens, nftl'rlllllllt111'which she: placed received in! the a I'ul''I\.(. 'eu of- --

front" of I.him and. gives, wry grimace ofdisapproval. bouse: making noetliiitto, conceal the 'I'.ict: KOCH (',I1, nlld slnn..ICOI.U.I.'UI'IT: ,'iins.: : nosr.s.: DIXn:

flue system of )puhllc!surveys does: not )prevail from the colored. I'lIhl iI'. Just liefore dark
in of tlll'ol.11'11Ilatc: consequently A xi.w; rotary !steam engine of :small si/c ,she :set her: trait' and repeatedly tested it by rorsinui la'lluanI.X: : : : SIIIU'IIS lend ri.ouiiitix: ri.vvrs.NKW .
any has been )patented I at the \\'<'!.ot by Harrow( poking the noo: persons coming from such< States are not llrothcrs, of Windfall, Indiana.I ten-hnTsc: the loose i was poked the weight/ fell, u'ndthestick ._-

generally familiar with the !'r tl'lIIlIlIel'ill,1' JMi\\cr weighs only ;'Wo f pounds: covers very was caught and hoMcd ome ten feet
great difficulty in locating and dccrihing little space, and. 1'0:0:<1:shut *'))0. There iirebu't clear of the ground..\ Confident' that thetrap I ; : AND ( 'HOICK: VAUIKTIKS: ; Iiuil
two pistons, They have no dead )points andconstantly would prove a :success: : she reset it and. went
lands which they wh.11 to homestead: or Iuri -
i move in one direction. The motion back to her bouse.About : ---
i chase.: The government sy.teni. I i.s hy a division t of the engine\) can he reversed I, and it o'clock! that evening; :slu'1, fancied
I t : of the whole 'country into squares' uItownsIips'f runs IH well one way a" the other. It issimple tlUltJo: heard a noise" in the yard, and it 'U"- :Send: for 1 iK'seriptm1' (Catalogue.'

'" l six miles each way, \\hich' are !- In eoii: I' i II what is i claimed for this! engine is true, i ; about the chicken-house.I Hie:: 1 tf JACKSONVII.UJ::( :, IM.A.INI .
, : ': numhered' from north to' sottth'r t rirrtrrntfrom Ihioll.: just time motive power for Florida. It therefore laid aside! her copy) of lid: wards .- -. -- -- ._ -

j a base line, and from I'II-t.t to a evt t and will run cotton-gins, rice-mills and small! on the Will," took up the poker, and crept !t. 11. III\I: ) IKS: <>\. o. s. OAKIS.ANUFACTURINU : I
west to east hy range lines. circular saws<< and generally 'plantation\ stealthily into the yaid. It was a brightmoonlight ) ,

In Florida the hase'. line passes: : from, east, purposes) will be! Useful." night, but no one was visible! ,, ( AM. FURNHHIN and, alter making; !Mire- that her chickens \ [ '
to west through: Tallahassee, the I'upillllof) wl'r'all safe" !she- was about to return to her MVM-F.vm-s" ,: ;
the :State; townships) : lying north up to the .t MAMMOTH 01.L\U: GItO1'L. reading; when' .she ac ident.illystopix.-d: within : AKIIU: I

(icorgialinc are numhered i as townships" N nl't I had the pleasure' of visiting recently one the t'.ital hail''SC. i 1 MOULDINGS( ;::, IIRACKETS.:t :S.111'lD1ND: \
of the I most. extensiveorange! i groves: in the t The trap di.ll'n'.tittll. her invent!vcgeniu". 1I I nrni :ST., FERNANDIXA: ; 'I.AM1'71'ALLIC TURNED: BALlVrERS.:; : : NEWEl.s; : :',
rangeThere/ are only four townships State, 1 the 1 property, : of :Mr. .las.: .1, J Harris, avery The noose: caught her by both ankles, and iunn STAIR: ]1\: II.$, WOOD)( \) EAVESTROUGIIS. : ;:;-
r j t lying north between the have line to the I'll I enterprising\ : ) \11I1lg'' man, who has raised I instant she found! herself swinging) with i I : ;( ; :SHEATHING: ( ,
(Jeorgla line. (In (Soorgia; the system of himself a short space of ten years from a her head just clear of the ground. With i WEATH El:HOARDING \ -
United States does not exist) poor) man's estate!- to that of a prince.) Some: great presence of mind she. put her hands: on AMI FLOOR:
public surveys call him the Piince 11ft rnllg'l'' His grove i ion is the ground, and thus in some measure relieved I ING.Nliiir i ;.
a :South of the base line the townships) extend the Pout boast )hunk of Orange' ) Luke, which her ankles of the strain of her ('lItircw'i.tht. I .

,. ,south as far as the Public surveys! have ex- i is nil) n uttwenh'-hstumi i Ir southeast: of(tamesville It Was however, impossible: : for hot mid i'liurcli Work

i I .j", tended. Jlll'oIlVilh.i..ill township) range a good ;day's drive over these: rOil'I". I to release beiM-lf, and it was: with difficulty '
had. heard so much talk of this: grove allover that she could cither )breathe, or see.There A :SPECIALTY.DOORS .
{. :I.hJ?; Orlando is In township) :t.>, range;' 15.I>; thttntethat: I decided! I to see it 1111I1 the was clearly nothing/ to be done hut I

Gainesville l i Is in township 10, range JJO ; owner\ and let your readers hear its history. to. wait until some early I'II I'kl'n.h'IIIl'r1'olllllnrriH' :; AND= WINDOW FRAMES: ::;

V \ Ocul.i Is( in township 15, range 22; Tampa is Its value at present is i so great) however, t that I .- and to appeal: to him for aid.\ OF ALL SIZES. 1
it seems almost fabulous) : and )beyond belief, Miss Townor did not have long' to trait Hyhalfpast I Post Office flux 17L I.I
in tuwushiprange! > 18.! The ranges' beginto especially to people) who have neverseetith e .!) Mr. Hannibal i 1 ]lllue approachcll l t'I' ::4'OOIIl', : CO1TIX.SAND : I --I jan _.. Fornandiiui( Flu.
be numht'rctll'tl.'it and west: from Tallahassee wonderful, fortunes! made in a few I'hortIIl'14 the yard on chickens bent, but of an unfortunately CASKKTS: II

and extend' to the Atlantic on the cox t'and in the orange culture. There are, of course; timorous 1Iillll.'tal'n he commit I .\. II. XOYKS; ,

to the Perdidoon the west. The townships! a great many failures by Inexperienced per in sight of the mysterious and appalling WHITB MKTAL: AND SILVKll PLATKI) :
sons. Mr.( Harris' grove i is part of a 500) acre spectacle presented )by Miss Towner, he remarked TUIMMINCS;: !
arc subdivided into thirty-six sections of tract of hammock land, which sold lur$2,015)( ) Holly I" in accents' of great terror, G ROCER: AND SHIP CHANDLER: ,

f eighty (chains or one mile ICtl'lare..t'Ill'h supposed (four dollars )per acre) in IsiK In 1871 Mr.Harris and Hod away, convinced that he hllII'I'ellll 2- t-(1NS'rANi'1.1''ON: il.1N1).-?*.,
to contain} 040 aeres. The exterior bought it all for ten dollars per acre. ghost while Miss Towner, with u voicestitlat ,. I UK.U.KK: IN<
contained number) of { emotion and flannel iu vain besought
The hummock a great \ by ;
lines of townships ure run and marked, the .ProxhuIouK, Liquors, Etc.
!sour' orange trees, which when )budded from him to come back
surveyor's mark being a blaze with chop the sweet produce the !sweet to perfection: Meeting[ of his fellow-citizens, who Doilies, washed and dressed: : and preserveduntil ,

I I above and below.} The sections- marked Mr. Harriseommenocd clearing his hammock were on their way to the chicken-house' Mr.lllue burial, with or without the use of ice. i

I by two chops. The sections) 'are each theoretically in 1871 and at once proceeded to hllllclln thc explained that he had boon drivenaway Remains: exhumed and placed in cases for 1 AC.KNT: FOR 11. F. AVERY & CO.'S PLOW'S.CKNTRK .
I trees. In three years they commenced to by peculiarly frightful ghost, dressed removal. I
into subdivisions of four bear, each year increasing: in quantity and entirely in white and holding both its arms promptly) attended to. :
1 half mile squares containing 1GO acres each ; quality. Mr. Harris sold portions:i of his upright above its head. He could: not, however Telegraphic orders STREET .

t a half milo post is placed by the Government purchase as! soon as completed to different induce his friends to share his fears, 37-3ni I : -.
parties, until he. ut proont holds hut 1,,,.) nod Htronp in the uonsciuusncss! : <>f number, '
surveyor on the section linen half ways acres.: A Mr. Bishop: of Cleveland, was the they pursued their way to Miss( Towner'syard. NTKKKTY A ItltOTIIKK.f !I 5-'tf_ ._ __ _FERNANDINA: FLA._ r-t-
s between section corners, but the cross) lines largest purchaser, and now bus a grove probably At the first sight of the alleged ghost, ,
arc not run and marked. Kuch: quarter section equal in value and adjoining )[r. Har they were undeniably'alarmed, but finding 11,1,1.WOOD, Jr.,
i .i is further subdivided into four square ris' Mr. Harris as 140 acres under way, and t that it did not attack t them I they gained courage RRNANDINA, FLORIDA, ;
.1\ this last year's crop from 10,000) trees, esti: and drew nearer. In time they recognized : : I : ,
measuring twenty chains on each side ands mated, on seventy acres: brought' him a trifle Miss! Towner's voice, and were able to I GINIIlA1NI''

I containing forty acres each. In designating less than $1I.fJlKI.l!> S> ) The linn of Maxtield( A Co. comprehend that she had been hofstelby her "XtT.VCTfRKIW AND PKU.EKS: IXNtovcN I II. BOOKSELLER, STATIONER:t:,

these forty acre !!subdivisions i.s usual to nay of New York City, wore the purchaser* and own petard, that is to suy, noose.Some I 1
they pkkesi! and took away the fruit themselves { : men in like circumstunces would Dealer In }Fancy .Article,
the NE i of the NE: 1 of SecT.., II. Or n-s I chicken to IlentcrM and RaugcN, .
without a cent of expense:! to Mr.Harris. ( have left the unhappy proprietor ,
the case may the HE J or KW J of the 8E J, 'pass the night in miserv. Not so did these I II I I CENTRE STREET, FERS'ANDINA, FLA.

t HW k of tile section. Wlnjn the sululi visions Th: mode of carrying the fruit from all kindly ('oloTl'IIIl1l'n. They first carefully removed I. II
uniform ut'fructillna"they arc parts'of,' the grove I is at once admirable, 1 all the chickens: and then investigated TIN ANP SHKKT: : mow.m., I Ii I. j
are not or 'hcllluncI\ rapid. The packing' or shipping the contents of the kitchen larder and i :Shelf Papers Picture Frames, Brackets,
subdivided into lots at the discretion of the (house is of course on the lake side at the the smoke-house. Having( thus done their Lamps, Croquet Sots: Hand (ihvssos, Comb. J
surveyor, and those lots uro numbered in lunI1ln From this has been constructed ucomplete ,whole duty they explained to Miss: Towner IWO"'INII. (iUTTKRINO.Just : !I 1 lint.\us, etc. PajK-teries! 1 i-i great vuriet,.. !

each section from'one-- 'sixteen.. .The sections system of narrow-gauge railroads, that they would wend her u colored lady to I I Also Sewing Machine Needles, Oil, etc.Clipper ';
"'w within the next half hour and Inkstands, 75 cents. ;
feet These release her
trucks two
with wood
Section 1 .. _.
follows sIn ,
h are numbered as : "
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farewell -
; radiate from the packing house to all parts then bade her a respectful:
f the NK. corner,: of the,township, and HOC- 'of the grove. The cars u>od'are( drawn by,a that in the circumstances she could rt''l'ivl'tl-o. large consignment: of ANGEL 4' FRIEND,

don 0 in the,N.W corner tho numbers run mule, which can thus haul as much as an ordinary not identify her benefactors. They kept JKWKL" is appropriately 1
such their word and before 11 o'clock Miss: lh- StuTlw'l :
under four horse team. With conveniences '
section 7'' being ;
ning continuously; : ; AND CONFECTIONERS,
the labor, time, undexpcme of gath nah Washington arrived and lowered )1i !4'fllwnt'r We will not B.\KI-R. .
t '1 under section named-it is u jewel. .
's Ctlon 12 \
\ section' '6 and ; crop I is"'of course very much: ,di-, carefully to the ground, uninjured,
J section 311 together ladder fashion: and excessive tendency of blood to the I '
8cction\31 the 8\V corner. pbnelotsts nut and Tobaccos,
: ClgwrM
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V _. is.nfIl.1d" llwlib, sections: of sixteen feet head. 1 ly SECOND ST., OPPOSITK P. O. I
-- -- the value of the newspaper I .
i taken This teaches us: '
length. These can easily be up put : -- -- --"--
ITZA13'OF. << :13TTISXEST..RATS on the car and hauled to any other itortlon of press as a disseminator of useful knowledge H. E. DOTTKRER; :, TOYS AND FANCY' ARTICLES.(
1 the and re-laid in an almost incrediblyshort and conveys besides a\, useful and affecting I II
grove, -
I (found l1nuall II irtiuas'of th globe, moral. I
are of time. I should\ think our extensive
tli.eliolds space ._. Weddings Entertainments: and Picnics,
everywhere : would find It to their -
being transported fruit growers TjlERNANDINA, FLORIDA, I' furnished at the shortest notice ut roek-liot-
I vessel They increase very rapidly,' having advantage to adopt such a system of tracks, WORTH CONSIDERING.A gentleman who torn prices, at
which also has the advantage of preventingthe residence the river where he has, ,
three 'm ntlii.: The : has his up HEALER IN ANGEL'S BAKERY t tCentre
of ,
litters eight every .
4. wheels of the wagon from cutting up thegruvt'l large investments in orange groves and agriculture I
estimated product; of one pair of rats t in three as they are bound to do. has visited Jacksonville more or less: CJroeerleaAMI Street,
Flue Family 23 >' >. old 1', G. Building.
I yearaet.50,000. This: aumunts for tht'iuJun- Mr. Harris is constantly kept busy thin- each year, and Is desirous: of having also a _- -- i -- -l .I--..----

; dance everywhere and 1 for the ample supply, ning out his trees. The best distance is conceded home here, where himself and family would \ jrTItY-
r I to be from twenty-five to thirty feet, reside most of the year. The advantages of
J I of French kill gloves. making seventy to seventy-five per acre. a city\ fl'Siolenee'oultl be as follows : The PROVISIONS.Customer .

TUB manufacture of carpets has increased The wild trees were, of course, much closer society here is larger schools more advanced I W. WHMANN'S .
such extent In this country that the Mr, Harris has about twenty-five men work- and churches nearer, which, where there are A
T to an
in five to desirable but he I
Ing regularly,and expects years children and ladies, are : ; .
( Importation of,tapestry carpets which in 1871 have 1 ,IIOO bearing trees: If 'rop perly thinned says that If this large city is to be ruled by can rely upon getting CHOICE -FAMOUS .
amounted to nearly three 'millions of yards out; if not slightly more. The experience of the irresponsible and vicious: : classes, that if,

1&& had fallen to twenty-three thousand yards in all orange growers is that after trees: han as he learns, the gamblers ami disreputablecan GOODS, a* : Prepared Flour.
commenced to bear t the crop increases yearlyfor ply their vocation unnoticed and unpunished
1878-79. At the present time 8,500,000 yards nn almost indefinite period. In some why he will hesitate cither to invest I \

are annually manufactured. AS there is: a parts of the State fl'l'urtsllaY trees that have : or select'a home ht're.ow here is a NOTHING BUT TIIK FINF.ST: UR.\ DiI ; i -

duty of fifty per cent on carpets the profits bocilll'urillg from twenty-to twentyfiveyears question: to be ('considered there are a gnat I ONLY 1"11n'l1i: : PER .
heavier this year than ever gentlemen-men of 111'ant-who: !
but yielded
be litany
to the manufacturers must very Urge, be-I I
fore. )Ir. Harris said! his last ('np'lI.IIli investments in the interior who can choose are kept In stock.CJ. .
the effect has been to reduceprices, very lIe expects $!OlIOU, from it next year, out of i a residence where they will and virtually, -- -_. -----
considerably. which he. will have to fay from $.').000 to I Il" in asocial way, our city would be selected, -- AVE1UYT (! AT OLD P. O. BUILDING.
F. -
r'lI'nl1o-Th' Jersey City and $ V)0} expenses. His net profits on the la.t for it is easy of access! to and from, and offersmanv ___
RAILROAD. ,according to his books which he I attractions to families, but unless the
I crop
Philadelphia_ .tn\llIt: run the distance ofeightynine 1 showed me, was over $U\I), being four that ; city government is: properly administered : MRS. ANNE CLARKE,

f : ,miles In IU minute'*, or u. mile i cent interest on $3T)0,000. Considering no man will invest: in a homo here unless 1,
1: minute The Boston und Taunton ten years ago he wasn't worth $.>,OOO, and his business makes it necessary. Our city: IIIID ST., BCT.':: ; .1,
the probability that in five years he will bt well governed will attract, but if badly governed. IVERY AND BOARDING STABLtX: ff

train runs! over the old colony 1"udt'a distance getting uu income" equal to lour per cent onl(1011.0015. will repel capital and till >e vv ho would I I FERNANDINA, FI.DEALKB ..\..
of thirty-four miles: in 'forty-seven ) we must: t'UJUlto the conclusion become resident. What i is: true of u !small! CAl'iRIAGl.' AND WAGONS i

minutes, or u mile in about 1.:7 minutes. that Mr. H, has struck u Imuanzu. It must neighborhood U true of a city-its reputation To and from Steamers: aunt Trains. ,
that all that is neco.vsary April ft.
Providence Express runs not thought, though tells on i its l'I'\\zoperitr-p
( The Boston and is. to buy the laud and set out the l'O 'fJLCTS'Olt HAULING, ETC. '
forty-five miles in sixty minutes, averaging/, tnt"! They require as constant and careful :$TITllt$ how that there ha lieon a j ( 1luireNt, Frill Is and Vegetable...,

1.30'to the mile. There trains are among attention a's' any other crop. Many have : and steady increase in the average i ii : FOB BILE :
in the world.A filled by rl'lillg'11nlltun' too much after i length of m u'll life since the sixteenth ceo 11lon 1':'';;, BUGGIES: HARNESS.: CONFECTIONERIES: ETC
a the fastest the trees were set out.-C +rrespowltHt ('I'M- tury. Then it was only eighteen yean CARTS AND WAGONS.
FOLK; by name of Pietnows-kl has in. fiiuiati Uazrttt. I Now it is: forty-throe in the 1'iiitcd States ; i iI I BILss' Garden; Sinsls, Flowers, Farm and
realizing in France and forty-five in Ear: ;C-TI-IUI.: C.1S11.-tSi
to fortv-two Garden
machine which comes: near I : Implements. 7 tfW.
i vented a and it is. thoughtmay IT i i.ou fact established by unquestionable Ilaruh1'h of this iuercas.llongevity has ,.ti""Oftkeo and Stable--t'ir.-t :'Street, near -- ---- -- _. --. -
peiietual.motion, testimony that Hall' Hair Henewer renews been due to the imprvn..It.'Un'Utionl'f liv mil I Street Wharf. !9tfI
i Ur\um. . K. H At KMU11T
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It consists of god -
to practical uses invigorati-sand rl'- and the influence --
:be applied cleanses, brightens; I among all classes, I -
of two metallic wheels which turn in gores to its original tutor and lusts, faded I living, home (comforts etc., is !shown at the JA.MKS: Mf the axis. The gray or discolored hair, cheaply,quickly anal present time by the fact that wealthy peopleaverage I i WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
I opposite directions: on same ..urd)'. The iHmrest in-ople prefer to buy It twelve years more of life than the / AND BUILDER,
Is nine metallic lulls placed iu I : AND STOCK DEALER: ,
luoving power and use it, rather than to proclaim a manner IMlur. i BUTCHER
wheels, no as to beat the rim more forcible than words can delineate, =V V and Third .151)Dealer
I within the imeunlthat THE power of plants to force their war I Street, between Second In lee.
towards the axis, through: hlalll'ht'lllotk'l: or grizzly
and gravitate remarkable
down at first they are aged and passing to decay, A very through a resisting medium U very FERNANDINA...\..
running in the journal assert TENNESSEE: BEEF: A SPECIALTYBROOM
where is a aide groove opposite short trial will convince the skeptical that ft ; A writer in a foreign I'
smaller l grooved rob that he has known TI dandelion to grow estimates from distance carefully STREET Wiuvr
direction to the axU'" of does eradicate the beat diseases which which had Onlers and a ,
regulate the nd of the machinery. the hair of it*collJuntl life.-Fvft .')roil(fA-nil.) through two inches of asphalt 1 attended to. 2>>;>tf 6 19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA.A .
that it
wheel Daily J/wiifcw. been spread uver- ,

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; STATE MM'S. T"-t lifrrf: notices with: commendation: [11"1 to hold the) balance of power between, I side troops might be, : used at the elections TIIK llritish "t'lm'r.1"1: ; from New (
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II Tut: oat crop' ) l I.. pronounced: ;;: a failure in I'' the efforts; of the grand: jury! of I trad ford !, the' negroes Democratie and party.I the: old.! Southern whites I i they. would be base instruments of a party loans for l.lverjtool with, 0,1x111 bales:of cotton)

I Florida from rust ,, niunty to put 11 !stop. to the I practice 411'1'tlr I depot who sent tl"11 there. wa* abandoneil at S1'l1.Iii the tth inst., ate t

ringeolII1delu'eap1n51't'' hope Jill our I \ .11.11.) the able .I,><'ksonvillecoiTcspondent I The IIIlalll"; ,rtplalitl bill and Ihe bill crew rC'1'11..1 by steamer 1"I"r )boumt t'> i

: THE h'f'i 'if ihr (rX/'says KI'rc' t N receiving ;grand juries still waro a relcntle-s war onj of (lie :" tIYallllllil'S: .ays: : ; :i amending the revenue laws, were reported 1 1I \et'lIrk. The Hriti.h ship .\<>i-lltn-n /,',,.

't .d1 largo/ accessions) to her population.Irspeak ) j tJ.c'1'rndh'c', which i i.+ the fruitful source. ini | In "I'h' of the admitted superiority' l of the 1'011 the \'IlllIitl.c'i and referred to the piss wl iii 11 felt New Orleans) on the I M intwa t
: well for' Jefferson that. connectionith, the free of i munici|'id ticket put into tbe held by the I
county onthe i I 1)5 e intoxicating committees: t'ftilt'Ihldr.( alsolost I at sea with over .i.Ut$) bale{ n- \

legal"ale day hi March, no real rotate( 'I liquors, of, a lar,,e part of the rinl1unh'r.11n11 Conservatives great ndumlagc, it WHS; ha det'eateil been)! gaiiuil.last Mo'nday.One howeer. "-. | .\ committee. exports) on the tariff: was cotton on boaril.\ .\ heavy 1os of III.MHI'

t !tp) was offered; for nil<., ,I 'murderous suiltshicli are too common I' Theri1 i is a decided in111rii\elnent in | ic)mi'ted favorably. upon in the Senate. 1.\I'i of cotton In the t two vessels.A .

4 A :NKuno who resisted arrest w.v shot. ,liy a! in .mall towns. the ItHn1mviti''ll| of. the coutu-il \\ hic-h IIMS: II In Washluirn-Donnelly" case 1'1'01 c ll.onll' ead.'t; by the name of J1h11"11t' ",
I been eltrttii.nal' mu "h i is
., deputy) :sheriff in Columbia rounty. .\ cur !' Tin: ( !aines\ille! .'cut fnrni'hc. the following I the new :Ma\or in< the mi'lt'\\IIY" of expectiilfrom !siippnsother ) :Minnesota the committee on ol I stion, re- ('II't IIlt Wliittaker. of South Caroliini. i

oner's jury exonerated the otht't'r+. { / report! of vegetable !shipments\ from I rinse: gaming' 1111.1' inunor.ilities.: In asquare j ported (that in its "Iillll neither of them conspictious' ebhraett'r14t'tlie hi air. lie 1

(o\ Monday the nth a heavy, rain-t(,11t atI t j' An'her. Arrcdondo, null t.iines\illo! : : 1'" 0Ilt."U"III.1 : 1'111'1thhl.. the Democrats" of Jack- !! were entitled tll!C'lt il(tll' House from the was found in htvrUnillat'SI 1 PoiltI'11'
voiuille will always: be tldi II',1. TIII'dl\t isKepublican
I lir mouth) .rthl'1.: t. John's Kiver: with hail: I[ six bundriil andeenty- i\ ,by a very: .h'doll.\llIajo..ily.lIl'I''U \ ( ; (bird II+trirt .\1111".tl.: and with some !slight cuts in his ears which(

tones a* !largo as a 1III'hle.-I'/Iio/l. : crates of \11.1115,1 1 lsjcr.itesof(; em'umbels. tiftyone being/ probably from two hundred' and) fitly I The committee on public buildings) ( has ve- I ho ays were inflicted by masked 1'1f'01'.

0 THE Montiecllo iiitlut'm! Mr. J. V.Cohb imrrcN of potatoes, t twcnty-iix,i crntc! of to thrif hundred. whiteoteis connecteilwith I I ported 1 in t lav or of erecting a 1i 1 public buildiin; ,\ C'OI't of inquiry is sitting in his! case' bin, )

w recently: !.ilil) several) hundred says acres of beets' eight crates of tomatoes sixtyfourcrates II that the that impression party"\ within prevails its limit in the 1 interioramong know. !111 Key West Florida), u at t an c."j'I'"C' of $11t"1 the \impression i i-vidt'iitly i is (bat it is u ruse'

: yttuaylts,111111 scunty-one \barrels' of | "Hi' ; and it is "/i\Inl\ a similaramount will of his own to get examination. He
the wliitecotinties
land in that county at ten dollars per acre. t I that (lie Democrats) .11 11'11
eahhnLCtoakiI1ZIi\ ) \'tr3INNIlu1Ckagts" : Tit : Ol'lIla ll bones discovered 1 in the ea\ity I.t'a) tree t were I Deinocrnticotegicn b\- any county( in the
j (lie shipping !scaon.AT I ) to be in Ihe
' :-;nlte.'e ltil..11 FIII'III.II.llrc'c'llill..1 expended l Congress) on subject.l I
the' remains nil Indian \vonian and (hilil.TIIK :arc compelled\ here to Ii"hl tin .
Hadil'all'I' lI\lry; conxention, heM at i liadicals: from Jaitu.iry i t to I Dei'I'l1) '('r. .\ \public hliloill"'. A custom-bouse Illil.II.1" 1'1: i inventive genius ( the .\ lIu.rhl 1
Sanford Junriinl rlj..ic'c'"o\'c'r i thl'lro.1 I Ocala to "elect delegates to the I hard-fought nmp.iign I 11 'ne\er known. 1.I by \I ctvi( ted! by the I nited, States at IVnsa- "t .
; ( ) county convention rascal was recently illustrated{ in ('hirag11there
it' \pert ...I'II daily mail all :Minimer: and of two I the masses in the white countii !s. There cola some years since "' /
the friends of :Senator Long) (colored {- after the nominations are mado the 1"1 Fl'I'IIII.111 ( a 1:1 drowsed in a long; ulster took a
only I
new steamboats tn 1.1' built fur: the uprivt f rcaiheslhe
) ( \\ its !
rade.NKW. ) anti of one Chandler: \ of Maine, who i question! or doubt i I5 i as to the. majotity l tluit gl'l11 la.'h "itlalllllll'litlc' 10"lllt one tt the principal' holds( and in
( came into the county three years !since, and 1| \\illlc' i\'II. 111'1'1'C' III''Irl'l"\; \ combat it tutee !shall: expect 1l"lli.lihllL\ ; the morning run up the proprietor with a
I : Irish potatoes measuring the inehe' I the influence and. puwcr wielded by the to be erected h1rt''e !-ol' ;
I is an aspirant' for;, Long's! :seat got into a [ 11'1''lllatioll'fl'"rf complaint! that he had; l'c'I'1 robbed of hipantaloons j
in length have heen raised this I 1'lIih..1lnh'.I'.III'I: with its patronage: / and II for; otlur towns, are
season atushipped row and broken heads and bloody. faces \prevailed j, numerous attat'his. I the]. Collector of' Internal III\\I'\'r.\Id..1 con I tain I i ing Ii." rail road I t ticket. anti ,
t"t ) Northern market1 from Jitleroicounty. ; ; I'I..tol"IIII,1 knives were drawn 11111111 i iscene Ut tnneSidi bi4Salellite.. au'111 large; mmnher miiv villages.Mr. tH1C'1 dollar* in m, ncy. The proprietor t"'

of t ,great Ili..O'lh'f.rc''ailc\ l. i lly the, ;i iby ) ..I' intluential lawyers, 1IJ1'\'Ihalll. nndothers t Hlc".If :\1..i..illi. introduced Inthe hush up the matter furnishes the I

IN \lm'hll\.l'lIllIalll., ]Bradford. and ('11- l it would be interesting) to know how j In !spite connected of the! 1 hcaod with the Republican|s: against us party., the ( Senate a bill pay tl. II.p..ll'l. ill the with n litptllr of pantaloon" and trI'l11 fiftcdollars. <' ,

Innihia the Sun !says: farmers' have a \"l'fYIMof many Maine men there are in \politics ill I }Democrats keep up II Munul and clVeclive t'titllll111'SIIIt1111t11: Hank the amounts due This game was played) on twentv

!stand of cotton, anil will he i obliged l / to Florida from llisbeedown.TIIK ( ..ralli1.atlllll'lIl1d) maKc a bold and gallant them 11'11 that ill lillli,,". This: \\i willdoubtless two different houses, until the Miocossfu!
replant.: tight t. and I contribute more money and I do 1''C'\H'\ favorable; ) consideration.It '
: rand! I Lodge i of OI.ll.'I.lIowi'llel.1, its more work than any halt'do/cn Mite counties w"a hardship !'oc'allljlhllj.lrll k, went I second I time to

I THE Florida<< Presbytery met on the IIlh o f twenty-fifth animal !session at Jacksonville\ I combined. !" that great they should, 1"1 1111"1' II"Irll' 1 h..I.1 I. already \''III.l llcixod I,

.prilrlll.lo.. The Kcv. 15.: If. nI 'III"IIII was on the llth hist. Twchc lodges. were rep\ ilto putting (heir savings hlc.III'1: into what il\'i Iht'ytyt'rt' I..1 \1"1 he was! nlgaehin41tY111111101101111 over I

1 I'''ral"r) ; Hov. Mr.( ('fill\ tcmpnrll- rtlItYithere Jc'ingIII the :State: nineteen CU.\'O R 1.S l U.\.II.t told wasn, institution and TIn : negotiations! which have been

ry clerk) and Kev. \r..I. McCormick( I'Iah..ldl'fk. lodges with .loo members. The order in be UI\'IIIIC'lt going on for !several months! I between, ) theIioiilsvillo
sw out t them by "!"
America was instituted t in the year ISIitand) Congress! has now quietly 11er14tiiplt| +hcd and reckless ill.I.1 bank..I : tll'III" >Nashville' Kail road and i ious
TIIK in has (li. 111\11 ; I about nil it labored t for during the extra :session. managers.On lines the (itilf and the
Tampa} Tfi'luiiirttiyn! planter that now iy lodges! 4Jsoi!> members l. (the I Mr. .. : leading! to ( to Atlantic

y county) has sugar cane ration MX feet high and raised nearly two millions\ of dollars I The test oath the army at the polls! olution in 11h the :Senate: \"l'ht.C'lhlittc.dll.c.instnuting: the (Committee have finally Ilc'l concluded by Pres ,

Also that thirty c'ratc..of tomatoes shippcifrom i last! t year: for the relief of distress. The, officers the Irresponsible! deputy marshals nt ehrtions on Pensions to report the bill authoriing i.l'lltC'III", of the Louisville A- Nashville

Manatee to New Yijrk. brought! $s JUTcrate. elected for the ensuing year were "'. were the three things whuh the Democratie pensions! to surviving! soldiers and Koad. in the shape of contracts, on the )

I'. Sylvester, tirand; Master; .J. Hull, iKputyirand party In Congress was working. to sailors of the Mexican war.Tlieeneva Itlh inst., with the (Ch"'rj11 Central H-iil. .

Ax explosion, .'{'url't't1allflitli. of '\l'l'il! ( ; Master ; II. .\. :Mcginniss, (Jrand: I cither repeal orrcgula'e." Thp test I oath was Award bill, to prescribe what road and "''I'I .v; .\llalt '. .\1 agree

at Milton, near IVnsaeola" of the holler of Warden : Henry llernhard. (Jrand Treasurer : ,, repealed, List summer. At the present' session :-halll'l' done with the balance of the moneygotten meat has 111"been had with the :South (Carolina

Clarke .\: (Co.'s saw-mill. I One) man was ; J. Y. Porter, sirU 1111 :Secretary: ; I'. f'. the deputy! marshal: power' has been I'll1illli".IIIII.1 from tilt' i English: government, was Huill'oa.t This combination controls

killed ami two seriously injuivil.\ A mule Pcarec, I'epresentative to :Sovcrcicn: ) OrandLodge. I regulated.!: to lake away all of the :subject of debute, and Mr. Call, of Florida 111 the main lines .t railroad betweenthe t
its objectionable\ features, and the prohibition Northwest and
the :South Atlantic
lull dray standing nearthe mill were' throw nitconsiderable argued the 'question' in opposition to : "1'1 .
.distance the nude Mu.: llisnr.i's I wholesale of allFlorid.i of the army at the polls' measure I l has ports. 't'heplateisIiliiib'ttoilt\ I'dhdby, the
I reduced t to : )iresentmcnt' : tll'1il, w high was laid: \ aside I for; ...l"I'" -
j, scraps' and, the dray hroken, liadly.MKH. for !political fraud with specificationsin already passed: one houye.lul41 will !soon become "" !- Macoii I\ Hrmiswick i is 1'lt yet definitely i
a part of the law of the. land. known i is said thai, the
various counties i is project
1..I.I.I'lnglIutil'C' the
LonJ.(1J.1"ml., the woman \\ III, by TIl I .tI'lilo. I
I was shot }hy a man of the name: of henry press in the inculpated counties. The Monticello Congress) is getting alongcry; 1"wl.IIIItI :-'latc': Til' 1111011111 "iIIl".c..1til' lug the Western Mild: from .1tlutI111asda't11) ) ;

Stokes: near Orlando a t few days since, has nntlntiuii D, on the authority of te of time >ll.v, iiIn : ,-. IIlllltIU..I.111.1) that probably a way)will lie .!

stnredied from the effects of (the tt41und"ititokes I'eiil: pronounces' liisbce's statements but) by forcing them to "iitlilh closed. doors the House (Ihe Indian Appropriation found ItlI\'Ii.II'lil.\IJ. the new 1'0.1: from I
of the alteration of returns of that inINibyienuN'ratsas111 and making) the I ; printing; "I'II st-ofh| a criminal Macoii( to .\tlllllil, stipulated for in the sale
:; her murderer, I has I heel.arrested I and county Iil was under consideration, but' lit' m.tlol /
i is in cDiilinement. in the! I Orlando jail II IIi :! : ..t'. (itiyenorCetYl) I I ofleiisc.\ NlltY'ehesforbunctilnbeorrupl5lime I was readied.\ .I' the Macoii' it llniiisvvick, In view of the 1arr

!says it was done by u bribed. ISepublican' which, is utterly a"" l. No measure .\ hill was to (' uniform iig'uo'Litx making for shipment of '\t"
THE S'UM /r il/V,VM gives:! an nccount of an of Illn"III'l..1 :II"li..h 1 -
clerk in the capitol.\ .\" regards the. charges any Importance h has been acted) on during l system of bankruptcy.Tbe ern grain ('il the Mississippi i and New Oreans.the '. ,I _,

experiment with the tCdephint'hetl'cn striking oil' _: ...H"I registered; votes in Jefferson the past' week, except' the. restriction i upon incrcasu of the was di+t'ny'clu anticipated, business by this new rail
. Jacksonville and Lake City, a distance ol county, the Cvufti'lullim declares the the use of thi army at the polls.The navy I /' be 1 less than i.antieipaleul. i i.. .
11"la",1 that the I I'niled States now ranked c'tllltillltoIIW
shills Not could conversation IKclearly \ 1111
sixty :! only
I'te! hill it is called) hashern I I111
agreement as : ,
\ accusation; falsehood! and us to ttilled bal ninth or unit could meet of \. 'I'uegreatcrrheilpuesruftvutcr' t ttrllnylt
) heard, hut the ticking of a wateh'in I'lth. lot any
\ the of tflscn"'' ion and ,
lot boxes: with lissiif ballots, the (.',Jllltifll.tilllloIIpl subject passed) the great of the world for grain in bulk i> illustrated, by
'- Ihe oflh'(' lit l4akeC'ity was distinctly heard the 1111'ililll'I"\I'( .
Senate. This bill
1 at Jacksonville. the charge was never before madi )provides' allotment which i is tl ]' they will hyvclio the rates of grain 11'11 Chicago to llulfalo, ; ;
or I heard,I of. :Mr.( Iti-bee is thus confut 1 in of lands to thi' Indians in severally occasion to do.A I distance of over one thousand. miles nt :
THE Flortiln Patriot has hoisted. the names imposes' ujion) them the same duties: I
all) his four
allegationvaytniCllersnu; count v, ami bill tl aiithori/.e the 'gatt ArcticKxpeditioii C'II. a 1I'lII'I.: ;.;
of IT. S. (rant and Thomas Settle at the, and responsibilities'' and giving them till'2'lIIIIIU Il\\ .
they are of a piece with his whole list.! The: : { .
head: -of its columns. This would indicatea law maxim will douhtles\ occur to manyminds protection, so far as' d\'illawK are concerned \\11 1\2'l1'U."l'llllItlli,1 n..ill' tin; SOV7' Inv 1. lon PHOULKMWe I

virtual abandonment oftheShcrnan:: boom, : lil/l1 MHO falKim in inintta.LAVINO ns other citizen. The. object in view! ", Gi\LH.lL INTKLLIGKXUK.Orruo ; observe that the call is urgently renewed ,
leaving the colored man's paper at Key as stated, by, the :Secretary: of the Interior from tin1 Louisiana 1IIItltioll-III. I II

West the only exponent of Mr.( Sherman'scandidacy A CORNER-STUNK. corresiKind-:! was-first, to set, the Indians to work ; second the Spanish would-be regicide, s1)executed +I indeed I, 1.1 alttbc iiilf ,
in Cut of the Sun gives an interesting! account Immigrants. For the moment, tIle preference
Florida. to educate them, and third, to hulividttaliz.'the on the 11 Instant." I
of the laying of the corner-stone of AllSaint's N l..II".t\cc'u the Chinese and the rj .
Tae LJrooksville 'resct'I" says an oytitcrhas Indians by !settling them in severally PitixcK (IOKTSCIUKOFF the distinguishedKussian j Irish, as lut.llttr'1IIIIrc", ; but the latter (
been sent to the editor front Crystal Kivrr Church at Fairbanks, Alachiia county with the expectation: of j giving them fee diplomatist, is not expected: to re would be prl'c'rrllrhl+ wluillonl l)' ('01(
on the Gulf (oast! The shell measured on the :iWtli (If April, by 1U. Kev. liishop "simple, title by patent to these allotments. cover.KXTKNSIVK. A New Orl'IU' 'Icuiltl' that 100000 ,.
Young, assisted! by Kev. 0. 1'. Thackara, of This is Much hands, with their famll' could
eleven and three-fourth inches in length by a new departure in) Indian legislation !
; : forest fires in hll employment to-day on sugar plan
five this city. The' (hrresINldcut gives the following and reverses all the action of .Irl' Ilr'vII IK alone and hence the
and a half inches:! in breadth. The oyster previous tltlln!! starts '11.Uun'
itself was eight and a half inches long by statement in reference to what has our government, which lias heretofore dealt New Jersey)', clctlro'IIl great quantities of whether it is not possible to transfer thither
been done and is doing at Fairbanks "Two timber workers from the (
; with thl'lIa'l nations that
by and ha located .uulnelltrlh
arid ,
two a quarter inches: wide. treaty
years ago the site of the town was a wilderness them in mans! reservations without UiCMCRALSTKi'iiKK D. J.KF has been elected They could b hrulhovtr,
ullllfl are told, at a cost ,
ArroRPixntothe&wM Florida Journal the but through the energetic exertion off I president the lllssir.dppIAgricultllraland lot eX'l't'UIJ |Jl'r
Illh.lual title or location, Xuif The question is (' ( the consideration
:South Florida Kailroad I is an enterprise" o )Ir. Furman, a town has been started which trespassed upon they ( maintain an action Mechanical College. of(111 philanthropic citizens

the Boston JftraM. Thin i is a new development promises to be a large one. The situation/ is! of trespass or ejectment'i and J! with what I A lucpATOii to the London Xtmulnnl cay hero as 'Ira'tieal interest in the much
I of the h discussed problem of iK-nimucnt Irish r lief.
newlJlal''r business. A lioston very dry high and healthy. All these advantages they w.,1('ul the floubll'.tunJut of lawyers thl'r will be a large emigration of Hwtdc' Our Southern tltmIMlnlrl(18PJ'fOr| to have f

newspaper! building a railroad in Florida.Mr. have drawn together a l1\11ull'r IIt'ut of Sharpe's} to this year to America.fiK.NEKU. but few misgivings as to the udnptahilitvl'ofMilesian ) .

Haskell, one of the proprietors of the of settlers of intelligence and refinement, their *,. .Tt n thousand dollars Irutcd of the had muscle to tropical industry. They
IlIlt the
Herald, is at Sanford taking a look at the and this will be further inducement to future I fund IhT'1 a f h decline to look UM>II It in the light of au exH'riment .
work. uppropriatad to tlieui "4 to bet cxpcnded Apache. Indians, In which the Indians weredefeated [ at all. In this resj>', however,
to settle in this
immigrants :
place. in ttlucutiUgt1iCirllldrVtInsda/ols{ with a loss of thirty warriors left on one cannot help thinking their ('(mcl1.ion.
TilE nahws'il\e\ learns that steamers 6,000( ) growing orange trees in the village, to"be Ickeh.t for them. the field. are too precipitate. We would IY

I can come up Rice creek, a tributary 'theNt. besides i ]teach and other variety of fruit. On TIIK Kiver and Harbor bill tt shake their confidence, but, with a view
) was jiresentedby
:; Johns to within! miles Mr. Furmau's place there 'fur Hannibal ,\St. JOI'Il Itullrou11'sold tl'! fuller knowledge, simply Inquire how is
seven of Banana, are 3,0(10 peachtrees the to the whilein
) ", .
"uh-cCllit.u JIU. IIl .tlltr (tli'::! acres: to It that, with our lrtllr and Western
and that the work of reaching Banana raneasily *, and [saw snnlefrUlt"as large as a hen'segg. Committee of the Whole, on t Wednesday. { JUIII.llugllJ ltC'teeming with ul.1 f.r'CJ1Ih'Cl labor

be accomplished. It is suggested that He has lfjM'"rnllg'I' trees set out and A resolution was adopted( ) not to their railroad grant at an average Irhc nt| tl'rlltun. lul | Inhlduce

by nn extension of the Santa Fe ('anal1'uldo J,rll)() gnlll vines, some Japan plums, Knglish I the public any Jlforlutiol{ al out the bill Jive, or per aire. i extent, to acei -

could} 1>e connected by water with the'St. / walnuts, Spanish chestnuts, dates, almonds its separate terms, until i is hr"1 up for A VERY: heavy frt I.o rci'orted to leave \I're (('nlly>t tll'4U.tCIItn i Ilp'lrtllll(1' prosiiectnHI pvrlodi- I

John's Kiver. (..te.IIW rememberthis is the work the consideration of the committee.ine vail,( at J'dlburJ. Virginia for severalnights ( Southern illt\'t.Whether this in-

THE of only two )'Cllr(. The j eople of Fairbanks h past. whih hI killed the fruit (crop tIIJ""iton (:Ilultl110111 of the climate
Ayricultuf-ixt says Major Norris sold} iiouscoritcprcscntatfvc: on tau i.sin
are building fine dwelling houses and improving uudscvertiyb\jgreili'egttaldcs 1 fr \ 'agam"t a state of society. W hhhwluf.1
his last of : l the bill ,
year crop oranges from his :Spring; )11\.1 Irhiilng the I.of troops require them Jo work side Iy
arden 'in Volu. ia ... the grounds around them." |b KT. Hv'. ANTiioxvD.Pei.Ln.-jtK, Koinan with the but !
grove, + county, for $>, **). 1",1. "ltl' lln ayes to H5 recently emancipated African,
His next crop, estimated at fWM.nou. )has been THE Tribune has a well( written editorial nays-a strict party) vote, except Mr.f Nichoils Catholic Bishop of San Antonla, Texas died or of the Irresistible f'IIItll' of the Irishjrlulati4tl

sold to responsible parties in New York, at on the subject of the constitutional convention of HeoJia. who Voted in the negative.Mr. April 15th, aged fifty-five years bishop (.il', are | oints to crowd. which it is not inthe necessary large to

two rents each, delivered in the Packinghouse in this State, and also uj'on the Democratic Ewing: Ju the course of the debate, IVIIicier was a native of Augustine, Fla. 11'IIM'1 It is enough that these several

: on his place, the pun-baser paying view of the .situation from which we said that "the object of the jK-nding ullUl. IT is said that the three Jtl'rr societies In tl Ut'J.t'1 "") have heretoforeojierat-

lor the crates, extract the following: ment was to make law in the United States (connected with the University of Indiana{ at ed) against 1 rlh immigration South. I'nder
famine in the old ('}
THE Baker County. Circuit Court met, ems If all of the Kepublican voters of this State what Jtull been law II
(janneled the juries, \'eo.lllen-ral indictments were as intelligent as they are in New England than two Imntn.l )'cU"that troop .fmul IOU Davis to deliver( the annual, l&lrt would meet with fewer discouragements. It y
or the other Northern It lIubliranStates not 1 brought to the JM.HS--m-ver before them. Is l u dubious problem at I't, but fortunately .
tried several cases, and adjourned the : the subject of parties in this State anyingla l there are other: doors ols| n, if it cannot
t same day. Baker county court expenses for w'ultll'rt'JolCnt a very oUtit-rent phase. The : Saxon "I.t.111 .tgh of bayonets TiE shock of an earthquake was felt In be satisfactorily sol vis I. If African labor in

: the spring term will be small, but we presume r Democracy of Florida} appreciates the necessity !'resident Hayt it l U> KiJ. would not use I San Francisco on the llth, said to be the.heaviest iJ cmanciiuted (nlltlll( really tall to re-
I and ImportAnce of educating} our colored the '. but i if ,uII| to tii of the
army not requirements
its people. find it more profitable to attend unlawul) l't'rlul- (experienced there for years. The suit I
population and according them all the ( states It b more probable that
i to their than to hang about the I George Washington were President he motion was vertical. Buildings rock 1 and]
croj right pertaining to citizenship in a free the will come in and take his place
r court-house. Itspeaka well also for the good country ; but it (14 hold on the other hand .hould!pot have thejtower to use troor. at I swayed, but no damage was done. The 1 has powers of endurance that

+J. order and quiet of the ("Ountv.odf' that they have neither the intelligence nora polls. Some President might come after would 11 proof ..i slnt any climate, how
...''1 A (' |>acity to make a judicious selection of of- Mr. Ua'c who would nut be so goody .\ l'IIP4CI was sent on the llth from New clratina rower ; moreover, he Is docile,
.\ siXGfMR\e homicide oceurreil at a stationt / icers to manage the at Fairs of the State and It be Orll'lU" by (iuy'erurViltz, Mayor Patten ul"lit discipline' .and will work chtl.
goody. might of
a ordinary
lallt..1Iblon., on the Transit Itailroad.While his U virtually what their local leaders are lau and Dr. Htmllo, contradicting the Wtt-'hing- Thl. Ijualt'atllll which are
leteruiined on accomplishing. If decent I and blood, of ambition and ,'iCulnll; it formly mll II -fasou or the Mi
religion/ services were being held in respectable lU-publicanx want to eotnmenitheir might he (tIt'rl ( rant. jumsible tun ti"patdl reporting yellow (over in New lesian, yet I is theses I/"alt't/I/ which,
:i school-houH- Sunday a man came to party to the confidence of the South- I that the Republi(an arty I might WW breakdown Orlean They tuy there has not bet-u u sins under the oi rralion of / t'lorf
the window in the midst of the sermon and em white people in :State: elections! they t.'uf'luw ft-vcr blew Orleans this year. laws, it sit-in to us, must tUf
must elevate it above the .true 011 which it safe-guard of our liberty and the plantation labor question.-AVip <
leveled} his> pun at a young man sitting In tas stood in the lust and from 'nt indications Landing over the government term after A NOBWUOIAX ltl"r| states that Mime fishermen (,' "".; llultrttH.CoVovrit.
the ('ongn ration. The youth immediately whereti} i. likely to stand in thlryear's ;
h'rr to a gentleman whom was pleased found on the shore of an j.lalil in the

t drew a revolver and fired at hits assailant.mortally : campaign.i itaelf into the The simple question proposition simply resolves of to (-l! (ignoring the million I and a half of wet-tern coast of Norway a da mage'I railway !( TOn who I U now a sit( .-

wounding him. The assailant'scharge negro supremacy. and corruption or white luitn who diil the fighting) the saviour of' car 'with the words Kdinburgh it Glasgow vial agent of the Treasury 1)eiiartwent| with
lees of boom
the his
more or Sherman under
I'IL"II'CII' over the youths bead. The man rule with some regard to decency. ThU Ids country, but whether It could t>r not succeed Ik after Jhin; Y.Iteftelsentirely .
I L.
settlement Is comj>< '>e l Northern JUt'n" virtually what the present polticii! jar- j In that tlionv who believed I that the use of the car which went down In the Tuy (confident that Sherman!! i

and )U of a'remarkably) peaceful and quietdianuter. and tit** amount Florida to will in all be State no exception issue lit the until South the, of trooj at the "oN! .loul.l not f be |o-mit- Jrilgcll.aster; in the car was a j orifaantiaunuirked be able to secure the delegation from Fl rWa. -

The cause of the difficulty I.< notgiven. I white lU-publican population Ix-come suf tell, could not exc -* themselves for failing .I'. It. |It Is 1 a furious instance g.( .. The third-U-nu |>tl Ie bans .twlr t
/ l fecliiig roiK-cting; then \-\VMof ,tlu if >
ficiently lncr.rr+l to dictate tu tll': r j>arty t > nuke Ciit n.llt \o matter on whMi I sir.nViatiug MO far at sea. I lie *l'.alrtlhi71::1 9'. .

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fhJfJ' JJLoIlIDAl\lTIlHon., tiamlinu. The lumber shipment nlonc IIf OnW-OlOJl'lI11/J. cities and right; mss dlill'lI"11.1 yet Mr.I[f- ,MIL ;UL.IHSTOXI: )

this will he double that of last in 1 Ikirope; inj
your year, There 1"lIt\H'lIll1uht: md The three most: eminent men
: - comes III', from all the land, from this :< Uy Idea the basis
i : mid an increase of naval store may he an the newer tllh'111'1 w\III'\ the basis of his fulsome of j thepnlilioexfimationare Prince lli lIlIrt'kt: lit'
Io.t{ 7'lJRDt the old, inquiries : advocacy
( ; M'llIL If, lwrn, the
ticipate.l.'ith an improvement of the entrance for employment as clcrk., teachers, !secre. I General) Grant ; with italics! emphasizing he j liatl of Heaconsfield. and Mr. (Gladstone

TUB J/Vror nppenrs tn-day in the form o f it is not an vurrntomtblt tar)' hlpl'l., etc. openings fr professional riIi'lIlolI,1y, : says ; Hut the (mire 'jimtlim great!; F.nglMi commoner. After Inning been

nn eight-pngt' weekly, enabling/ ns\: to give Fcrmuidina will become: in a few }\'t'ur men ministers: lawyer, ,doctors.:! Collegesyear !; the, gravest of all otuestio115--inlw' i K flmtltfiinfurrrn I! out of 1-ower for :-e\1 years, 'I Ir. (Gladstone

our renders: much: more reading matter than one of the largest: lumber !shipping ports in hy year graduate -professional men by mrtit ",eIlftlrtntr'1rrnhrrrtrrllhrutrtnr'nl' again comes: to the front. This distinguishedstatisman l

In its semi-weekly form, and we trust that the United.) Staff! tens of thousands t ; every town of any size at; 'ly by mho vsnrjxitlrjtt u.f"t minority I is now over seventy years of, age.a .

the charge will he acceptable\ ) to our readers Florida; has hitherto received comparatively each term of court has out a half score or As a specimen of ]B'IIII wclliall i pathos 1 the perilH! when ill this country 1 public, mall
nothing for tile improvement' of her harbors. 11 Ir. i is no
,The editorial) columns will be under) the con uoreufincipieutlilarkstonts.4hcnscheol8! << following; I+ :sublimely ridieuou. : l is exiiected to retire.

I trol I If justice I is done t tll hoer claims, the were few and,. education limited, the \ older. t than Mr.I (Hlall.tlllhit is: generally
of Mr.( ti. H. FAJKIUNKS, the present edi supply\ Arkansas. Alabama: Louisiana \Ii-ill-:

tor. The main purpose of the Mlrrvr will present Congress may In- expected to Inaugurate and demand was! generally: about!. equal : hutnow sippi; \ and South Carolina have been subjugated deemed all old mall.Mr .

a substantial: :system of permanentiinprovtJnont to the )Democratic! by the horn in December.INK ) ,
when 0II.
he to advance all of the great and schools: are free and education. : \party perpetrating ( toll1'
permanent of he I Fernandina and St. almost of the basest crimes 'power thuacquit. educated Eton; and I Christ 1
interests! of our State ; it will aim to .J"ItIl'll'II'4. universal, the young men who HIT : ..! In those: :States: i is \perpetuated\ in thehands 1 ), 11.11" llt
competent to fill clerkships and. similar or Church'College.( ( where he took a
furnl valuable(' information to the intending : min armed iniiioritybythecontinu.ilpractice oxf.rfl

settler ; It will labor to promote the development 7'Ifi "H7/OM' ; places arc more than required, and in mod- ; of frauds which; the'tnajoritv, intimidatiil double first in I l.<::52: twenty-third year.In .

l'KXtXSVLA.t crn times: commerce: is so regulated that it i is by t h'rcrolle't t ion of I the bloody\ past: the year, at the early age of twenlytllrce -
of the of internal improvements :all'
system The Nw/i ntnl 1'rrm of the 13th: quotes our dare not either resist: or cxpoMMr. : -.
almost: self working, and the :subordinates, he entered Parliament as the (Conservative -
) reach of "
designed to alll'orliOIl remark, that the St. ohn's! country is nndouhtcdly engaged arc almost automatons mechanically I Koinwfll arraigns; the South t fur all member' from Newark. His lirstvpccih
) our State, to suggest! and indicate new industries interested: in a deep water hoar tit
the results of the I ha ,
performing the duties of a !specialty having ". war, vine destroyed the in the House was; in defence of the
to point out new methods 11I1111'1'1I. the nioutli of the St. John'! UIviT. The ,
thousands nf millions of in
; l'al'itlllnvh'll: and his ability was
no for India proprietors
ducts. It will he Democratic in politics, whole peninsula i of Florida. and Middle I i Florida opportunity acquiring/ furtherknowledge sla\'l'II-IH1\in, !by. all of wnr'tlltrul'l \'l' \"t Sir Robert l

: !supporting !such' \ legislation( as shall he for as well, 5 1:0: interested: I in a deep wafer hn rat or requiring; any jI\l1 1IIt'nt. TIll'lellrllcfllroflN.illll'l methods:', destroyed: the property, the fields. tit once rt'l'ollil,1 first by a Junior Lord It."Ilwlhl' of '
and I
general and beneficial' purposes: and not to Fernnndlna. for not only ,domestic! hut are becoming more the manuf.ictoriers; and l the railroads the WI""pp"illtl'.J .
Immure l'rowl1cllulllllhr in excess of (the wants Treasury, and' under t'ndcr Secretary
curls It will advocate strict tll'l
promote party / a : foreign cohuucrcru'fhe
South. Mr.! ,
of the The Iout\\ell! says "the laborer the of the Colonies not yet passed the
population. is that ( ,
consequence IHI\'ill/
adherence to (coiislitiitjniiul\ ) provisions ; a Sun, !speaks of the expression! : "the South: is driven in from his home
; poverty} He, (
there is an increasing number!. of h\'lIt".lin! of his age. was Iht'l
strict maintenance of the reserved hI1l ol whole peninsul.1 of hlorida'as "a well- nonproducers and the laborer of the North curbed with : year
:!, most ot'W""III at t have: no H I t for :six years, a leader, of theopposition.gain-
: the Slates ; honesty in conducting elections, rounded hut rather invidious "IIIIt'lIIl'IIL"Ollr
future !before. them of b't'ntiiingselfsitpin't- an unnatural and healthy competition. ( 'apitall":1I11'11 in in position until 111, when ( (Conservatives
and fair dealing\ in all things a duo regard esteemed Is of :
"contemporary course, '' : ornscd, ill the: :South i is withoutsecurity. into with Sirl'ob-
ing. T.he fanner's! .son gets more less ol'an again came;
: ; power
to the rights of minorities ; candor and justice l proud of the prosperity: of Jacksonville: and It finds I either in
: no protection' made lr. ( ('(,
as the present :system\ of free ert t I Peel, wIll : llal..tfll'i
towards political opponents ; courtesy deservedly !HO, mind we are quite willing to local ju.'tice fnith., "
or public
schools : of the Board; I of Trade. ,
teaches; if Ids: father: has means, studies President : a \o"itill
tool firmness! in treating political question, aeeord to that enterprising: city all I the credit A'ld yet W'e: bonds of the! State of
law, ptiysiior divinity ; in due time i is of a\ good deal of importance, yearsafterwards
measures: and men, and avoidance of all which I i.s so justly due her. Jt is jjre.itly) to (;h'ulgia'iti; ,,"to' l in New York at ten hilr ('{'lit. ; when but ofaw
thirty-three :!
grartllat"IOI'l'l\4 an oDice or seeks a place: : years
i ( slang\ personalities and virulence. The the eredit of Jacksonville! that with the ) and) Alabama .
t and in nine cases: out of ten remains: a pensioner over }par at !II> >, and the stock he became' President: of (the Board ofTrade
J Mirrof nines to he valuable family paper, 11rn\\lmck of MI defective an entrance to the or l.onol.s'it I: ( be Southern t rail I roads from I 1..1111- I lie
and member (
on his father or kin, and leads. an a ft' "lilll.
\ and will give; special attention to all topics) : iiI'l'r on which :she stands, she has is\ille -Ia\'UllllalIIlH.ta.r1': more thnlll'ar.
; ,
wt aimless! indolent life; some do earn and enjoy afterward t iI'IIIII,1, was made Secretaryof
relating to Florida.IMVORTAXCll accomplished so much.TIi 11 Ir. ll'iutwell is i !
a poor spectacle: wavinghis I \ (
t an honorable and comfortable living; .state t for the Colonies.: \'l'I'alll'lal' ,
peninsula of Florida has two lines of ( the! of
flag at mid fair
expense: : .
and cellorof the : in I.NVS:: and retained
O/ T1IK 1'ORT O*' are most worthy members of society, L'.vchcquer ,
communication and
natural ho other
-one ( dc.ding.
ti. FERNAXiHXA. respected at home and. abroad. Or if 'the that nuke for 1111"'l'at1l, hit changing his
artificial, the one l hy water and the other ;
r The situation/ of the port of Fernandina, hy rail. Jacksonville, without the expends'lnre young man has no resources: from the earnings SLvnirr.iK r SIIIWJIAX political Views! became, I Liberal in politics

I f ut the entrance of the :St.: Mary's Fiver, is: of dollar\ has all the advantages I of along of his industrious\ parents, In1 leaves It seems\ almost: a necessity, for every aspirant and on the death of lorlll'llll'Ilo1\ Iwi'ibecame

} one of great Importance.( An inland passage line of inland water communication, !'eholllllllll, either naturally indolent or unwilling for the Presidency to get on the stump \ (the leader of the Lhl.rul party in

., connects it with Brunswick, Savannah and the exclusive: business of a unite river. to work on the farm, !seeks employment charged to the muzzle with the old. rubbish the House of Commons, lie was Prime

I. and Port Iloyal to the North, and St. John's She has also connected( herself with the interior as: a clerk in some neighboring village, about the rebels, and\, waving the bloody Minister from 1 Heft( to 1874, \\1 thcCoiiscrvatlves -

14 t I Fiver to the South, thus giving nn inland) }hy the railroads) 'lending to Tallahassee, : where if he gets situation, theulan': will shirt, frantically to :shriek for the 1'lIi,," to came into power under Ii1lrall, and

line of communication with nil the Atlantic and to which she contributed liberally and barely support him. In exceptional cases, he preserved from the rebels. One would now alter nearly fifty years' !service in political -
. i I : ports for u distance of 300 miles, and a total) from which she derives! a large amount of by long and faithful services he nray become think )o1 Ir. Sherman had character and life he is again. the It'II11Inl in the

I It ,', inland navigation of Il''erulll\lntlrl'tl miles. Business. a partner or xucccssor! : and he 1 successful( ; patriot. ism eiio.ugh to exempt' him from I being' British Kmpire( and his intellect !'I11 as

, The water on the! bar ut Savannah: Brunswick The country 1 lying between the St. John hut the great majority remain as subordinates obliged to take up the war club, and that he vigorous and his' powers its great as theywere

I and Fernandina is! about the same. growing old ami not able to secure any would have more self.rspecttutu descend twenty years ago. Whether he willhimself
and the Gulf of Mexico would have }heen
I The Mallory line of steamers from Newi' accumulations: for support, if by circnmstun? to the favorite arguments! which form the enter the Ministry seems uncertain.
without facilities for but for
York, and Luwtcy's steamers to Great Britain ingress or egress ces they remain unemployed.\ Too late these !stock at tnule of lesser men (Certainly no official position could add to
the construction of the railroad across the
and with unfailing regularityand classes find that the comparatively easy! and On the 'Ust ultimo he, however, addresseda his great fame: and unbounded influence.CAXXED .
.; come go l''nin'lllin.! the Atlantic terminus this road
: without detention across our bar. gentlemanly life they lead does not compensate crowd ill Mansfield, (Ohio, and made use of
icing the best harbor the eastern
on on : FRUITS.
} for substantial independence and this language : .
of Florida Atlantic
The peninsula having an
coast of Florida. The water trihutaries although
The canning of fruits and began .
character which could have secured if
they "l'g-lnll'I
"It will read
coast line of nearly five hundred miles, !ltrIUllrelyill.\lIIcrit'lIlI hh.torytlHlt
to the St.John's
no way comparable! they had embraced the cultivation of the thevery IIIl'lwho\ waged unsuccessful lot many )'l'UI ago at Hllhlur(', whereit
has no other harbor of the !same depth of
yet arc nearly equal to those of Pensacola, soil, the raising of stock, the growing of war against the Union, wIll were the cause has .become an immense business. The

I t}:\ water us }<'cniundiJuuntlit\ is the only harbor while it presents: the only existing: inlet to fruits other kindred specialties. To be of t the loss of oou.000/) ( men and ;::.,,1100,04( NIIIIM, value of canned fruits exported in 1/7/
in which the class of vessels which cross for the The of treasure, are now so nearly in possession" :
foreign commerce peninsula. there is less manual labor and amounted to over one million of dollars!, ali
sure more or of nearly all the powl.t1Iof Government,
the enter
ocean can unount of lumhcr shipped over the bar atb'ernandina hard work in agriculture and mechanical\ and only want success hm-the elections! next the home consumption lust have been

I I i The Southern lumber and naval storesi } we understand! was greater than will fall to enable them to rule the Government many ,

i : business, which formerly was concentrated! from the Ht. John' River for the year 1870, pursuits, but judgment and energy they sought to destroy, and i l disregard) andreverse The I ancient iion practice of fruit, I
f bring success and independence. In Florida all gaurantees'won the Union lr'nllj
I ut Wilmington, N. C., has gradually moved and for the will be increased. by
present year largely and still the most in
J' ( ,
csi ec\ully the openings and opportunities armies1'ith such costs! if they carry this 0111111 WI. drying I
is divided between .Sa
southward, now Of its value to the interior the factof "
: arc many for the intelligent, educated election, the rebellion of-lxiH is a success.: the I'UII. and nearly all the foreign dried

vannah, Brunswick( Fernandina and Jacksonville the removal of one of the largest mills varied As President' be elected II the fruits we get arc dried that way; sliced apples )
young man. Our crops are so << our a can only )
1 tho foreign trade being carried on from Jacksonville. to Cedar with the
Key, are strung on a and laid out tu
fruits HO many, and soil and climate so well votes of a large part of the North whichcontains string
from .Savannah. Brunswick and Fernandina.Peii'acolu of shipping lumber via Fernandina, dry to he in the of all wellregulated
purpose ure seen vicinity
'oii the ti'str'rn limit I adapted to foreign plants! not yet introduced, two-thirds' of the population of the
extreme l
lt: the best exponent. that there I is room for experiment which whole Union, it is a strange confession to New Kngland: homesteads all
of Florida, has now the largest export trade the Interior well elsewhere" blackberries
The In and dried
people are aware
; raspberries -
wuuhllIl'LL"ulltlyaI1l1 profitably occupy an make that he is in mortal fear of the rebels\ ,
in lumber of any fart in tlu .. United States. of the value of t this of entrance. It currants whortleberries etc.
port are an
active mind. So believing would it not he who lost! as large proportion) of their men
1 She owes this mainly to the depth of waterIn be, us the Sun ami 11rNS modestly! suggests important trade in most of the Midi 1 It-
I better for the farmer' to divide up his lands in the war as the North did, and lost, not
her harbor, and it I lit not. un unusual!l sight that Jacksonville i is the whole round States.
and let the sons cheerfully accept them and only their thousands: of millions of slaves,
J tu see one hundred vessels! lying ut her mills orh and Fernandina the fly 011 Its jierlphery; resolve to become intelligent, industrious, and other projierty. but also are Iwuind for orLtc') years tb>> (canning of fresh fruit has

or at anchor. The scope of country reached but it is: not Fernandhm that Is of importance !steadily grown into an immense business.
successful, independent<< farmers: ? Our wont I their proportion of the war debt ; the rebels':
i by'' her tldl'-\\'atcr'tltrea11lIJ! and railroads i is hut the harbor which lies at' its door, Fancy groceries: as they are called, arc dealtIn
:' fur it, that at the end of a decade the young who sit In Congress! and vote forty millions

;iot. as great as.that,which Lt naturally tribu- and which, if improved, will ")ll'lliB) a agriculturist will have left far in the rear of & to and the products of which -will go dried fruits the
tary rons-Atlantic commerce of immense valueto ceiptsof during 1877
his schoolmate who chose to leave the paternal who fought them, whose votes are found year
out over the bar at, Feniandlnn, while Feruandlnn -' Florida.'ldle we are impressed: with i amounted to four millions of pounds, val
-IlolI. recorded In favor of measureto!
''i acres a clerkship or a prof : every promote
( harbor has' the advantage of being the importance, of this improvement and thelevelopment u"llt $23.5,000.: .
The very fact that we find //14) many professional the prosperity and welfare of the country

uI I thousand i miles nearer to European and ( of existing facilities, we acknowledge men even late in life leaving their who vote millions for the improvementof The dried friut product of North Carolinais

1 Northern 'itxlrtstwith nn exemption of the the claims: of the fit' J"hn'lIlUv.i irofessions.for agricultural pursuits is: evidence Northern hartKirsandfortheirdefense.anil! <<1 valued ut $00,0 and that of Tennessee

{ pertly attending the passage through the of,the entrance of that [ must Dried fruits tu the
fur an improvement of their judgment in the matter, for the navy and the army In which they b

'. Florida key 8. Why, then, is I !not the harborat noble river. We desire that both shall receive after their best have been spent in have no representatives. Such are the rebels value of three millions: of dollars was exl -

the mouth of the St. )[ury'" River filled, the liberal consideration of Congress. their professions.BOUTWELL .years )Ir, Sherman U afraid -the men who orttd in 1X77, and of fruits and nuts of all

like Pensocola, with its constant fleet of seagoing It is: not Jacksonville\ alone that is to he benefited brought about the peaceful settlement of the kinds we iDI'lrr nine millions of dollar

', '9 ships? We nee no reason except: the by the improvement of the bar, but -ON- THE THIRD TERM. Presidential contest which seated Mr. Hayes, The('anne fruits, hermetically sealed I, consist

want of additional d 'pth of water on the the population of all the river counties, am(lit unwisely it may be. mainly of peaches which where the

bar.. Fensatola has twenty-four feet of water is not Fernandina that is to be benefited The labored article of Mr. Boutwell. on the! Shame to such a man\ as Mr. Sherman market( for fresh fruit has been glutted or

o Baltimore' sixteen. New York twenty-five, by the imprpvement of the bar at the entrance third term, in the April Forth ..flllural&t- when he descends to the acts! ofthe dema over shipped, can b profitably put up and ftthis '

Philadelphia. twenty-three,and Boston twen of her harbor, but the people of the view, conies too late to influence his ownparty luxury t1lIUte available at all seasons r.
leaders who had long before decided to gogue. __, __ ____ of the This trade
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ty-one, counties along the line of the railroads which year. employment

The Fernandina bar has, as stated by the have their terminus: on the Gulf and Atlantic run Grant and take the chances, while it SUOAU I'ROVUCTloy. to thousands of j>ersoiis and consumes

a low WUll'OI1\'in- one opposed to the third From a communication' in the Louisiana immense of tin.
naval commission, about fourteen feet at as well as the )People of the Gulf coast' quantities

11 water,with a.tidal rise of six feet making whose principal business connection is made I term, from principle, In'or out of his party. Sugar liwl, un admirably conducted paper Of vegetables the tomato is the mt't extensively

twenty feet at high tide. by the Transit Koad.1'EXSACOLA'S. The recent letter of Presidettt'cobey,In its published at New Iberia La., we obtain the canned, and after the market has

I''' brief and dispassionate consideration of the following results of : planting in Louisiana been with fresh
General Gilmore, In hii report| made to ., sugar fully supplied vegetables the
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the present session of Congress, estimates ItEllT. question, will settle it against the third term : Bcllevue plantation made 40.ut..... of producers sell the surplus 1'llul to the

that twenty-one feet at low wat'er, with twen The city council of Pensaeola met on the hIm far more effectually than Mr. Boutwell'sarticle juice, each of 3131: gallons, equal to 1,3'j1l.1t: canners at very low lrl'l" The trade I. 84

which by 11.1'l'I')' weakness Injures gallons at "I] pounds gallon, equal to extensive and the
tYlIe' at high tide, could be had by "th lust, to act upon u proposition tendered per l.ttxlul so great that it is
ils own side 12,004,542( iMiunds of juice from !tIln, ) tons of the of all canned
the of two millions of dollars, (cheajt-st goods and can IK-I
appropriation by Samuel G. Jones, 1'.:lCl., and others!, representing !
Mr. Ol1twell'lI whole argument rests on being an of (02.82 j : I IH.T cent, of had at such enables
and sixteen to seventeen feet at low tide for four-fifths of the bondholders of the I cane, average prices as l'\'f'1 one ti

? one million of dollars, with twenty-two tot ity. The proposition of the new bondholders ds theory "that the purptiseof) the old slave- : juice and 1,104,372 pounds of sugar, or anaverage make use of it. Our vegetable men oughtto

; twenty-three feet at high tide. This would was to receive new bonds of the city hay lolding class: U to subvert' the government I of about 115 poumls of* sugar to the undertake the canning of strawberries and

by securing the rule of a minority first in ton of cane. On Baldwin t Sons' plantation tomatoes, and the of
accommodate all that "shipping fag thirty years to run, to bear interest at putting up lkkIC.
the South and then consequently in theatfain .,815J i0 jHiunds cane were grown, equal which enhance their
la now engaged in the Pensucofa lutitbertratlerd rate of 'four i er cent for the first ten years!, woulllar.el) I'ttlfb;
of the republic. to 1,408 tons and made 103,153: i'Ounda<<1 of j or and .
i ( establishments
But it must be borne in mind that thetendency he i per cent, for the next ten years: and six I ratll"r canning pickling
According to the rules of mortality, one- sugar, or nearly11i pounds the ton, ought to established here to take
is to
in the b
transportation by sea aconstant toe I
KT cent for the last ten years Coupons' ,
;, ,
the then existing slaveholders! who afford ground of comparison -
half of i These figures a and utilize an immense"
up Is
of size in I the cost crop
I t t Increase vesclyt; > receivable for all tuxes, licenses) and. dues "hi1
survived the war are since dead. Of those with .me'lll''tltn in Florida and now "'
uf vessels: diminishing in proportion to tn the city. 8.tl1"largl"
who did own slaves probably one-half ure form a l asU for estiulatingthe value of cane \ is another article which I
i the' increase of their carrying capacity. The committee of ,the city council! ups can 1M

Th 'ves&els clf'art', Tensacola on the 2d Niinted to confer with the bondholders women. Of those who were once slaveholders to lie sold tu the manufacturer.instance t1r1ll wil( profit here, and is I ole of the

?\ paralyzed by age, misfortune" ami loss ofrojierty on Orange Lake a large sugar mill could highest priced ( in the
and 3d.of, ,,April were of the following tonnage voted to recommend' to the council the 'IlIIt'tlartid market. L 1 1many
few'exercise or desire to l'x"n'L.e'IInr buy and manufacture the cane raised for Oysters ought to lie canned wholesale "
::fID;3 tons, 1151 tons, 807 tons', S2O: tons, acceptance of the roposition by a vote at
in the government. quite a distance, and the value of the cane the but .
on coa-st
|lower joints ,
actually our
Of those in four
540 tons; '10': tons port of six ayes, one nay-Mr. Wentworth,
that the old hlave- i could be fixed with precMon. From these merchants from Baltimore
and six others of )Ir. 11..utw\ claims IUI"'r (
were of o\'erl200: tons, This debt was incurred I by the city of Pen- r 'nna t
r over 1,000 tons., During the month of March bacola by issuing Its lands in aid of build. holding class des-ire' to jio.sses.s control of thegovernment :. Louisiana figures it would seem! that a load ton I oysters and literally bring coals to New Castle.
to one wagon -
wishto of equal gout
doe' that cane,
he not they
from Pcnsacola 647,915 and stands ; say I 'II
railroad that
31 there' was shipped lug the to city on
at six cents 111"lunl..f THE FBIVUCLCXT WIDOW*.-Three hundred
and that i is only I therationale would i produce sugar : -
and superficial restore slavery, a* I
timber 9,913,000 the railroad
of the frame relative footing as ,
cubic feet I Ii and '
of manufacture.
action in the con-. the value of $ UW, less cot l'ightiJ1.10 claims for j en-
The entries for March were debt of the of Jacksonville Columbiacounty of their possible I
lumber city ,
i feet i trot of the government, the use of the word i ('apt. C. Keep, on Orange Lake, is said sinus w'erednopivl in the years 1/77, 187

fifty-five-shipd ,three barque thirty-one, etc. The existence of thus unadjustetl to h lie only the waving of to have raised a.:; tine sugar cane and as large I IIi and 187U, having been found to lie fraudulent -
blavrholding eenw I
barkentiues three, brigs 'five, schooners debt was felt to lie an imjfdiment to the in Louisiana. Before from their
of the old bull ufantislavey yield to the acre as beginning. The aggregate
before the
of 30- the ml flag eyes i
with an aggregate tonnage growth of the city and they hawi"Cly,
made in wbith
of amount had been
thirty-one was
good sugar paid on
the and i the war a wa
were, for same period, I taken it in hand to settle it. to excite anew )pvasiuus I t.t'IU
375;, "departures feelings which have had time to die out. j Marion (county in the vicinity of Orange nearly I million of dollars. There were al*.
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seventyone.The although it had to toe hauled to Talat- the same number of widows' claims
I Lake
of timber and THE longest railway tunnel in the world The poor slaveholders have never sought dropped

increased production Mary's and along the line are tit. Gothards, .) meters; Mount Ceils tolitical power; they have long since been ka to ship to market. With present facilities b'J although genuine originally, they
lumber on the St. I uf 'ortation in that region, sugar had afterwanU married again and lost theirpr'ueiuns
( and tran>
Railroad point to a great" ins 12.W9; Hoosae, 7.G30: ; Kaiser: Wilhcm, vconciled 1 to the loss: of their property, i I
the Transit to 00 profitable. .
of in the commerce of the port of Fer-' .,200.. are only anxious to preserve their wr* lib planting ought:

crease I
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1'IA'1;.(I'I'L1ti AMt JlAXAyAS.We 1 r .' or mi STATK KXKCV- 1'll..t"ll they have maintained the ground : 101.11 o\ ( ; .vMr.: TIIK: HOVI'll AT TIIK f'tXCIXXATI:

leant that mi the tipper :'1. John's and\ !'[ J: L'OMMITTKKlllviHjfAiTK.i ) \uln. (Under, the same influence* the I ;Senator xITn I written:.t to n gentleman (("I"\ HY.

tin1 Indian 1livcr ('nnIl1rlt'; the growing) of : ; : !*. In. F.XI: \:
these fruit1l.lw'* jirovcd, a !MICCCS. It h.I" COMVUTTKKOV (CoNsntvvTtvK DK) :>lN1i.11'n.. I "11.t 1 in I 1S7I and{ l 1jlll.1( in \\tn was: extinguished the lirforiiiff, a. letter under date of January' of (.lln I 1.1..01. in Louisiana that the llellegateslnthe
1'VliTY OK Ft.OlJllH.: I I I. and that body i i. now alo eontrollcil '>, I IS>i 0. The :Senator bad I 1"1 askeil: 1 byhis | National Democratic (l'tl\'I-
generally I been thought that thee deli< ion I )1 nTI"II.n. FI.A..' 11.:1: 2;. l.*'0.I I I by: I 1.1I1"'I'ulll majority.The I correspondent.{ "i)", yell a* some 1 jntiple j tine from that 1111' Ilolhllt' (' to

fruits would. not mature or prove of a* good I t'rllinf-( ;"/-: It 1'1''nlt'"lrlllllr, Bean| III'al this ,change have l'Iail, favor General; (Grant: I 1.1; President, | cast their votes for Hl'II'TI; 111111k. says, -
those raised. the been to reduce the expenditure\ of the Ih'l- and 11,14 be the Southern with and force I Is not
quality as in the West: Indies. I sending:out I'al for I the State Convention any following) among I great Ilu..n
ML l'runlspe'intcns we have seen we believe of: the I 'OI"I1'Illi\ Democracy of Florida ,'rl (Government; to break \ the corrupt 11'111.? and in 1'1"1 of hit nomination wise to bind in any way the :0111"1'1 delegates -
'. i to sound the hole of \ ; for the uigsluirh has t''Il'II'111' thedill'erentdepartments ': *, do you think he to the National; ('111'111,11.1.1, itsays
f them superior both iu size and flavor. The contest before; u*. \'I'llurali1 111 I II 111''k h'\'I'y IIIIliilan'rll. could carry til'I\single ollll'rl State"'I' : this, firmly: "t'I\'il .

I, ('cultivation; i comparatively easy and incx- I Four years ago we entered 1 "1'01 the ever I : 'I'hrburut'nv If1lltill I which t the Senator anvcr : I .11 not favor is the first 11'"' tl' :'"ulhl'rl Democracy. ) -

pensive and the grower, I hy reason of quick' memorable campaign of Is7o. The odds 1"1 1 I The rl'n'II,1 I the government General Uralt1 ll''I"1 to I the l'rt'I.ll'II\1 .
i and I were largely against u*. The Republicanswere have h"1 1'1'11'(111 TIl' military under iv \. that 1 (' The South can dictate who shall not be
cheap] transportation it able, to realize :strongly ( 1 in and arm hits 10(1 rl-tl'litlll: constitutionid agine. I General; I I 111.. some following the nenlusnlticranuliuateftrl'residrnt'fhit: ,
lr"nll'rh'1 tind 1 i is not subject to losses from II regarded 1 our ,''II"'lll hopeless.authority They hud i: limit. Tho differ nt section'of the country in the ""11,11"11 II'n I those who say they 11'1 i i. not asking) much, considering that theS"tIt11 -I,1 I

urcay.Vliile orange growing; ha been the an 1.till law;ingeniously/ Trained for (the I have learned to know each other better. Democrat, 111 i i4 nominated 1 liy: will h'l the majority:' of the electoralvotcs'that
1 of their; ( I Sectional animosities have cooled. TII'i he could not single the 1)e11us'ratH'rauuliunte will receive. I
main election Rejutblican early( carry
of Thl
object most hide I"'W'I. /
: yet some: wisely 11'l'lualill bond I
union have : in But the South cannot exercise, in
; in tlllr hand*. 'I he officeholders. hl'I'1111)11111"1 Su,"IIH'rl :State. Thl'\I'II'I'1 lew 11'1 :
turned their attention to the lemon limeand I State and National: I. were on their The credit I of the country ll. 1'1 the South who are still unfriendly to theI'liion. 1111".1 I'III.t1') her undoubted Jwivvcr.if .

.ail guava, all\ of which' yield more abundnntly side. Money' and, without limit were l'I'o\\ Its debt has been funded at a im'j havingfnileultodissulvctlunt'nlun1y 1 the Illh'II': 111: fettered 1 by resolutions
I nt their trl"I'' had of 1'11' 11'11l'1'1'-1: than ever before, and its paper they now to see worse of :State Conventions: TIl'O"llill
t in shorter: time and the i i. ,1"1"al 'I an army 1't'I."i'l hope \ 1111111
; obedient,( I IIIIH'Il'* become ('equal{ in value togu'hul. rcult, \ through theopposite of the leaders of the \party i I'* that
good.) The great point in the! culture of the I tlxi"I"'I\\. "II..iy Iralli'IIII.1 }
II the : : that / /IIOII11 l roi\I'I'il'lhal wereInoue { extreme of centralism the :'olllh'r States should !' in
more tender :scmMropical fruit i is climate, I 11e 11'11how'II by the ; 1111111"11"1'j"'l. able, and ,'
they had 110 :scruples of "11"1'111'; ( II defer lr'lldi'C 1t'llhl- They believe thiresult can 1 \ selecting lrl : !
and them from l'III.I'I of the '\ would and the tat IViM, but (leave them free ,1
that "
1 of necessity the ('idtiyttin111vill be ('011lilH',1 pursuing any course wouldwin. ll more ('Irilill :speedily through ., 'llrl.1'
South:: Florida, which hll"alaril'a'pl'III1Uh :\ I Political necessity: wa. I their,guide, and \1111 of the Democratic.. {party to \poat'rlust' third (.I'llol of (General; Gra'nt Ihll by iun. 11111111.I. a* they' deem I test they' \
it excused all wrongful) act*, ( all failed and tho illrl'a. ( of its jioliticalstrength other illustration of I thi* class i'* \1111 III Ii audronllrrhendhue) I whole
to /grow I the world's :Mipply.' It i is 1 crimes ; nl.I 1 had we klll\1 larll"II'.1 I1" : ha* 1"1'1 attended I l by :1 I i increase ofprosperity. f furnished Illal"1 in General Tooinb I ,*. .I( my. 1\1 i 1"101,1 hoped (that the Southem -

fortunate for tIIP :State that *n many of the that the Presidency depended 11"1 the vote' l :Stale, who sent l'IIII'IIIIlt.r1': '\ I.l' to tbh'ti all'* will hnrvufrl'lln'lrln'wr.allIl I

new settlers are 1II1I0t' intelligence): and Capital I of Flo1"a. the contest: would have \looked j surrender Hut I the 11'luhl11arty. j i iu not ready to I U'IH'ralll'all at I I 'hi'a)1; ending with I the act together. (Certainly thi. i. no time t for

1 alts hopeless. \ \ Ilajoll11'1... expression.: ")" the Union." Ruttlli't'luYr frittering away Mjvti'zth. or for roiisuUinjrpersonal
who find a jth-iisnre: and l expect\ to Hut we had :-1.rl'" long!, the misgovernment \ otrl'rif the country. ""\ I ; lew, and. intense preference*. The :Oollh'I'1 delegates \
1'111 11'.1' \
find a profit extending) the list of \production I of the Radical: party in ourState \I'I'lld'al.d, in l7iihy'; \ III"relltllllhlal'tl'r; original secessionists.There t.11'1 ) if they' I be carefully :selected I and rcji-

; belie- showed ourselves j II 'ol.", and that they have done also the South, reseiit the people, be trusted to coiiccutntc -
; they have already heed uf'1'1'1I1 : : we worthy "I ;are : I Ih11"1 { 1'111
: alt striving( for; it Yeah; ,"' and (' i I 111 hill. ill'( to "regain the favor: of the who while not (the Union spun the candidate: who i I. likeliest to
lit the 'ultur'aril'lil' and 11'I'1 \ Illfri"ltl\
improving; ( I ('' al.1. WII'I '; saw that Ivt'had I I ,people, tl' parly(." wl".1 then di lied tl'I"\I have; : .II of win because worthiest 1 of choice. Hit in ,
qualities( of I the orange, ;and are quick to di4.rover i a compact Ir 11'; OPIOll'II": (to the u la r will i ,: J, \ ; 11:1 in I the '!' I the '11.r.doIla "I 111111'11"11'1'\11111: : ; order that 11lal: do. thi. they must be at
chair; \lltlr
and 1 remitly any disease: or 11I l'l'Il'II- remotest 'III'I' of the Mate, and I I that wewere by extra-constitutional: Ildloll. iialrcnuy who ".Ii\ "I.\'I'"i"l in principle halt liberty t to I.t I" 11111' judgment dictate.
I force vic | plotting IIdl'III': for lhn.I.I H: been and its from I the llr.t.A .
with resistless to
my which may appear. There is no reason moving : : on the .. of the already accomplished :-lhn'I'-
; vvu ," in a* their auxiliary ( 1.1 'loll'oi.; country in lu.\" sion In 111'11; I Is only a 111"1111| ( of I time" andthey long its the :111111'1 delegate) are un 1
for: having a poorgro\e, if people, will adoptthe I t'I1'1.,1 111. 1.\.1'1\ 1111. is a I strong luau:
1"\'I wa 11H1.,1 in : of (the : j! "III't... "I i"'l 1 hll.I thi I i III'" 1..11 can be ph'II.IIIIII""lhill I+ \"WI of their In-
many 1llul.-
I j' I practice' of those whose! CI'OIII': ,' good I I li'I'I 1'llllt"lt'I'I' the number 1! dl'IIld.\ tll'll. IM I the! 1'"ld. of, l'I'a1; 1I 11.1' I'uiIIlt: \ih *.. shock 1.lliol"( ( nevvstipcr| surmise, '

and are kept fo hy proper\ ('UI'I'. Like nxi-t! I: 11"llall, 1\11'1.1,1, the 1111111'01 actual 1'1".1\ : '1'1 d'al' ei'I.I-: the I Ihl''II1 1'II'rnl; Ihal through:h any I the particular candidate lor (the Democratic

A:F. other thing; which enter into consumptionof I \.I.I..hllll.ilill'l. by hll.II.b. WI;1.1- 1"11" the\ ,111' !'' of IIil. l Republicanjiarty. : \I.("m-: I .111'1' man. 1 ," ( whether both .I theseel.l'sev 10111Hli"l ('al hope and expect what they ,
li. Cincinnati ( then
ifest t in Manatee, where we lost! half ( one | 111
outvotebecause 'II"i'l.tI111'r hlltrt..III'1 ll'a"I' 'II\'II"1 wi
1'1'01'1,' the best article I the best I ( They say there i-i: but "' man: in the
pays iu I ( r the
of the wrongful acceptance of I the I hit I II' t It' 1 : I
11' 1'4
1'ol'/ia. 1'1' 111'1 II 111..lkl'I" 1'11I" I t.lill'I"llh'l
( ( be '
( noiicli to their luad'ralid
I profit. The l Florida orange now .stand.* superior !resignation! of the I! clerk and I I the wilful I delay I. fix country :11'011 ale t 11l'II'I'llill with (favor I of 101111"1 1li )g > t II' 01 'Pi'n4h Thvsc
in his upon 111' tX-I'I't.iol'nl \11 has ul'I'u.I',11.o ; fora, third will| have no thought or interest, J
to all others, and we hope it will not appointing successor so as to {prevent the as ;I IIluril ( ( h'l\rllllll nominally 'I
the registration oT (Conservative, voters.It 11lir u..loI, : term and really :, III'. but to act in the manner best calculated 1 to
only keep !'o. hut will !still further he improved administration: the :Stategovernment ,
: \ he if I
manifest i in Duval the ( they are
was : .I "alt' There is class in the South whollil.'lh'III'I'lllrll promote Iuhli. IU'Hii
of Ihlll
J' which' n believe I it will judging led the rioners ( loli"'lal wa 0"1111'0\1, I instructed to in u they
) election, when a dcjiuty :-h"1Il |> *- its the ; will be elected by (the "particular way

from the' pat few years': success( from Ihe (county II the polls, 1'Ji..I.lur, ::1.1 the electoral vote nl't two 0f'111'hl'OII :States 11'11"1'1 111\,1'\, anyhow ; who know: hit are mere machines, and tl 1.II''liill isunnecessary 1
armed ballots.It except\ ('( up the appearance -,
partiality friends, and e.xpecthy
will 1'I"IIIII'al the '
( ( tho
TAXXIX MATLItlALS. 11 : l I Il election in 1111, lil'iI "IIII'r the \protection II Irll announcing) themselves as his foremost of 1t't..I.1, of action. The comingelection

The materials u'edin. tanning are : Oak) wh.rl seventy-three of the little wlll1 It'\II.ll'UI {jtartv who goesbefore hasulrrnlly 1 Iril'Ic..11 the South to command the office is 11011'111111111I\,01'111'1'\ (to the .
( out of (the ballot-box on theRepublican I'a''r h iu hit These last country and the olllhl'll \ I
gilt. wh.l
W'J' 'Ollll. : ( the just 1 of 11"1 ( \'t'JIt.
hark ot'lIlI kinds, hemlock bark catechu, side that ", 'x"I.t.I' l'I llilll. 111' \ not to find\ difficulty in ('
ha.II\'r 1"1'1Il. ... while I in the are more numerous and more 10i.1111 Ics 11 any i
galls, Mflnac, wIIIIIII'lIrk, ele. and wht.ll"l' :sheets had h1 '', to 1'residential chair government or ntuduronu'whu I is intelligent than (the find two classes: IH'II't.II'llhl'I' delegates who wil act warily boldly, conscientiously '

The percentage; of tannin: is, in oak hark of I the 1'l'k'l.( to cover I the {'I'i 11'. to follow in hi.hi4dstep': | and quote{ 1'111'. but they are (too weak in every III "lrlol"Illh delegates

the best kind, about 21 JUT ('1'111.,1111I1 hemlock I ,lli.oI.11: in Alachua, where 219! its accepted : II" l'I"I' 111/111 hol /(' any chance of giving) I the are instructed experience and
) to the returns Ir't''I"II/ \Ial Ifl'lallI.II oy their I' the WI..II and interests -
HI'I1Ii'all01':01: were a..I.t what i of Southern State to Gen knowledge II !
14 per cent ; catechu, 1H> to .Ui,1'1'\ cent. ; | the public I" ) \ 1.1..tlll'uh' III\ of the South, as part of the Indissoluble
11'01I'hl'r tasenf is manifest to the attentive j 1'1'11
succes I I I
galls, (;tt per cent ; sumac, best: American 'al\'I on the night of the election.And :student of current history. Nearly the olllh'r people' have a Union II' indestructible: !"tlh'*. They
and! five the Republican: candidates from President : for General Grant. Heis require I l no other instruction.TIIK .
per cent, some only l per cent No matter I what I thi change may he denominated kIIIH'fl'I'll
In Australia the wattle bark which dOWI.1',1 and enjoyed the benefit I. it is based .subversion: of the : rOI I South I than any I Republican .
pos.senses : llp"11 otUr
of 'rhl'' hOI h I hI'WI'1'1' proved Our people will never his manly (}lU.7'11 (J' 7'/1 SOU7'1.
popular will in 1S7H; it is: to bo completed\ ) u
: : high percentage of 111111I In.1IIollnI" and established beyond and '
n'rr ) all"llr\'I' r, renewal of (the same methods which I and magnanimous) I : ('Ol\l.t toward thl'l eil.lllllat Hl'lllhl"11 orl"1111 have
is worth ill per ton in England) yet wh'l the rltur. capitol+ til"1 1I bore and if the (. I is at the close of the war, II had manifested t. recently Ihlt tll r'lr'll'lIln. 1 ,
our ( clear majority. It i I. frli. 1011111''oi. I the I in hi administration lions have made of the '
nr about the same a* the best 1 oak bark. 'un.lillat.1 hal I not raised 1 uIII tl\I'alh' same magnanimity) they r
not our 1 jiurjMise 1 to )go over the dark story witness the those cherished ( of the (government he would have become South and! the ( of the SouthenIItoIle
It I is estimated that there are 400,000 cords: and show how under the advice and 1101 tU\lllluf (1"lu..llln
Ilt.l. institutions by our an idol with the !"oulhl'rl people But for ''" totally arid absolutely
of oak bark and $l I"OOiM) ) cord of hemlock' of leaders whi. 1'"lal"h.1
& age corrupt l"lll'11 1'1'.1 fathers, the ('ollllrhl." | rosjiereil his: seeming disregard or ignorance 1 of constitutional ful..l'.1111 we find in the Springfield
hark used annually in the United States. As I J Ililhh' Il attempted to re and flourished.Fellowcitizens \ I obligations{ ; his use: of I the army (Muss) U"/IUi..1 1 lengthy review of I

the forests producing bark are constantlydecreasing \ \ 1'0111"1'l'rlld.,' nor how their eintenujilah'seniuusly I I the to t1"llil the (' the\ -bag plunderers his encouragement Southern progress and industry, which utterly I ,
11"1'1" so fur the I II of I return ing-board frauds the reiterated Republican ut ,
I. dangers that that theaten u*. little r
) it has been proposed! to substitute (I I'd.111.Ie wa* concerned. These matters State was: strong: enough to determine 011' the both in State and Federal elections, and his the Hllllhl'r peojde are given

the culivution of the wattle which are a pitrt j of the ('01111"1111:01101': )'. lr.ti.c Presidential contest in recent struggle) and unexpected subserviency to bad men who over to ilh'III. "massacre of blacks" r'

I will grow on very poor land. It I 18 estimated it to say that. by (the of the courts, our efforts may yet bo Il'l'th'll to maintain filled the world with 11111,11 during his 1,1. and the ( white Rcj>nblicans.. The

I' that 100 acres: planted in wattles would III victory WI. recognized and made effective the ('ollllillltilll. Then let i personal prejudices Illitrtlol. 111'l fully convinced( our II'I. Sjiringlleld, ItriuibllntH says:
by inauguration of our candidatesupon'the. ; not to his The South is into the
'" be laid aside, let he ,10 "hut(1'"urlllmlt wan equal now moving same r
-- produce during first eight years: 1,21.1: tone.Tlits { State ticket, to the position to and let us: tlIi1hlrl"llt'1 ought not again to Held I of industrial I'll us the North, '

bark i is known in commerce. as mimosa which they were elected by 111'lt'C.. We lilrjutl'l by ull.nh'r upon 11.luill and ,rllllllllrtulilc however personally building cotton mills, tt'rlr..o 11'111 and wed

hark. shall not IIUthl'1>IC fraud light 1)III..till ) resolute l1..tI I.hearts lolh l"trlfll..1 of honest and kind \\"Iwl'r. be. I ing its Ill'tUII't1 lines of ri Iltljf'at sys

the coming campaign. The t.til laws our party, believing that under its UltIHU'l In ('oldlllol Senator Hill rt'llrkl: "Wu 1'11hlll hill the t'lt- ,
1 have modifiud and )
hl'l.1 as to interest and ( the l
POLITICAL NOTES our free institutions will be III of the South present no names for lretlel'l. ( 'ullvull
render their repetition impossible, 11.1 a the right) ( till will be best: protected. tial honors I believe the best thing national Idea which the comjiara- ,

TIIKSherman men do not boast much, hut w h.ll..J\ )iuluheseutihue11t will( t weep u way And we l.'ltc"lllCollt I the ''o ;II'rllol could happen would be. an administration lively IsolateI and disjoined condition has 'J
all these foul method which
of Oh to.THE were lr.t of all good : work pre-j of the Government hU wise( / hitherto made repulsive. the cotton croji
are sure the the jn'lt lltll'r
into State
by party would) 1 Is increasing: III falling .
the institutions fathers' ami for lathe h'IIIIII ul.a. WIIIII'
Timct down )tr. Sherman the ('UII ,' drove "t'l'ilj 011 "tal.tlal. i 1111
New York : on 'I.ltfclwcrl 11'111 u State government that pleasure such IlCluh'1IIUI to so administerour tldIIh',1 Ijist !.'h'I,1 w/ 1\1'1' ft.OO"- I

and Mr. Blaiue, and !in favor of Grant. I lower. will,,1'rpllllilJ. lives and |property of 111'1110plc. national affairs as to banish' from /the ( ) and (the Atllltl (biutittition et'I'
Could' our majority have 11'1 1'I'lrltl\ do those who of the ( (the pect. to net it amount to nearly 7NNNNi( ) <
continuous we people last ves
THE New York IlrrM keeps: up a ascertained in t$7u. it would Particularly urge) Ilul. Crtll'r 1
IIOIItll' us other States, who distrust: uf'Sunth-' ball's itnother season, the acreage is being. I
among ) lul I
criticism on Grant's; thirll-ternl aspira exceeded 1 one thousand, and our strength .II\.C frfl. tl' u"lrlhl'Ii'CI.11 increased. cotton mills i iare
nave mane their 101t.1 wnl us, wno hove I'r national fidelity of paststional greatly H Southern! ,
'J"I.'hll I'
tions. has 1\1'1' Il't'l on the increase. 011' enemies now ( altottt
invested their property here, to unite with l'oltrfil' Ilt are Jwun't rlnlllljUVI'r71"1IUI"Pille
THE New York Tribune is outspoken: against are now {jmwerless against honest majorities. the Conservative' element of the State for the t that the sectional temper the North i I.* seven per 'lt. totll in the

the Grant third-term movement, and I favors Only Iti"'I-iolor: apathy defeat 1i.II.1: accomplishment of the |>urj>o.scs set forth in not in condition to reason calmly on thissubject United States, and running them profitably,
> too much at stake
we \ tluiowourln'l our call and this: address, mid would not brook such a HiiggeHtioti. ) tcx,. New mill are constantly going up
Mr I lilac to be overcome by such twrl.hnu'.tll Clement attachment and
< both In
our young and rwll ('011101 Therefore no thoughtful man in the tlull"llfrt
THE managers of the Grant boom can We have reason also: congratulate) ourselves the rule of 1 lorlt classes, dominated 1 I by (HOI t h isevcnexpectingHUch. 41 that the and loom. Enterprising :
that the Nationaleleetitln laws which
show satisfactorily that rant: will be 11011I11Iutl.'tiolln the name W litl' 1111111 who have held the we expect to ask is that Norlwrl Itutf'CffI' Southerners are fwlnj their sons
have heretofore been allllbt'rl'ti by the the t to l he in the 'of the
reins of their partv hince the war to shall !hue presented who trull.1
the first ballot. lower otlicers of the courts and the Ucp'ublican ; tlll'ju'tll
exclusion of all whose methods looked to to all ali whose East, I' they I1U make mill machinery
THE lllainc secretaries are sure now of 1'1.lel in a partisan manner and for the the recognition of II.ler ali more (intelligent they do M'tnn.10t 11'11 the abuse >811.Iow calumny ut home. A corresjNindcnt of the Chicago'

enough votes to' give him the nomination .purpose intimidating our \'otl.1 and keeping l..lulcllc. and to also that the of any section" its the test of loyalty to the Tribune who has been through' the South

within twenty, which can easily l he had. them from active participation in elections success of these leaders fn the coming (olh' t.wful.1 Union. There are many such ttnh"lll inevery found that white Itl had learned that they
have about to
II'l'l or are hI stripllcilof could labor in They are taking
held in Rhode : I be heralded among the ignorant State of the North, In Itoth plrh": It.IIL.
THE State t'll'.tillltl.'C.'t'ntl
their most
) objectionable the of the tils-
1IIL"scs in adjacent States as a u.Unll'h.tfr but iHt one Much is l'Vtl Mitokcti of place leN country
Island resulted\ in choice for Governor orLieutenantGovernor Not a single prosecution was carried on flock about
nu in 'luriL",and the Republican nomination. I ( name men r r
the of the National prove( hlt\'luhll'I'rt''II fr 'UI trtl. l.hl.k preferring
Uttlcfiejd' llepubli- against laws in Florida\'iolatll after 1,1'.tiul of a wavq of 1 ignorance ali falatkhml { in New Kngland: -men in Massachusettswho tUWIN alil vi a t. Hl.llla i.* turning
tl camjiaign tXjl would the of the State. the Government in its .pine forest auh antuge, has been
for Governor haul votes Kimball swamp wOllfnhlllllh'r
can 10,014 I
; and the juries wen orgiilizvslthat"thelarge Ir.rl)
I Chuirmll. spirit worthy and either one able to get the fUlltnl to the lumber
Democratic: ; and Howard bulk of the members of the thlhrHn. brlulge
7,101 votes! minority J. II. P.UMC, !" Secretary of whom the would rejoice for the faloli Brooklyn at prices
Prohibitionist 5.o;tJ. As the Legislature U 'political party were practically excluded 1 in aiding to ell'vult to highest | ition. which astonished the New York dl'ull'n.
, froiy the jury I")= If the impending amendments I. BLVINK'H RKITBLICAXNOMINATION. tlc Georgia mines are also lining jHx-k-
largely Republican, the Republican cundi- CI.\lt'Y.u roit THE "After ul. such ultimately he KJI
both political Ilarll.' will be the eta of capitalist More lmj>ortunt J Is
Ircv.l -Mr. JI. Bartlett, secretary ('IIIII th.jteople will IOHC tho right tchoone < l
dates will be elected by that body In1ay.. the I"lee ('. the poll'and the of in North Carolina and
of the Blaine headquarters Washing I at all. The |Ilol.Ie must end the tri.umlhl mining l.'I'I"'r
The Senatorial election occurs: also, and General the jury will, as Practicable, he ton, calculates that the Maine stutomaii will of fraud, or fraud will end the liber the recent development of the coal and iron

Burnside it is said, will be rl. leclt-'tl. nOI-larl'll: under the amended law. These enter the.convention with over three hundred the |1"11.11 and that, too, at no distant industries in Tennessee anti Alabama, a..
have been fCuh bitterly by vote. He on three hunJn.1al.lIOnlnl well a* In Kentucky and Yirglnias.I'ittsburg .
PUCK the tonic of New York ttlllh' day. tJl
new palter in de ,
West Virginia
tl.'lublk8nlurtwJ Congress wlo be within is already t
twenty ufklnJ
has an amusing cartoon on its first page, of the l\"h'l (' the wi and the ,
Vlh' 111lnattl, lire GOVKKXORHKYMOI'K Mllf TAKE TIIE HELM. a lutmar Irllllly.
representing Grant us "our baby in the lIur"t'1' has given them so large I jmlitical advantage dicts that 1''urn the votes The Democrats of Xl ; cannot full and Pennsylvania I'ollulltl I r

at the hands uf his: nurses in !sujijiresning Democratic votes and that were cast as compliments for other favorites to be gratified by (the indications which dully bonanza (I the iron lamU of Southwestern
receiving j
IIP covering up Republican) frauds. But in the will crowd to the Blaine 1111n.The increase, that the South ali and Virginia. The development L.even I
Mesdajues Conkjing and Cameron, dresseda coming { are vigilant, the hundred futhwI't. (In Northern where
1'111111. !States fromwhich the three indeed, for the of more apjutrent 01a11114.
nurses. On the last page another curt.1 jaws will he so Ulmlll>ttr'ti al to bear equally and fifty-nine votes are ''|>cctcd are the following !. west, look mater Tilden nor to Tammany furnace and mill are II 11

represents sinking ship, labeled Democracy I ly "IUI lioth jNtlitical lurll' and they can : "Alabama 3, Arkansas 2. California but to Governor fI''lluur. for at Birmingham, the I'eltrt. of I mvntlyite-
1 lal
no be used l as an of ul'lrt..ilnalld 12. Colorado U, VIII'.ticlt (1 lt Delaware (I, sound l 11.1 prudent in and coal 'rl'ill. all u rolling 1
small bout, having New York on 113.l'Jhl nlll.llrl
IUII |>ersccution against members of the Florida 4-I, Georgian, Illinois 21 I, Indiana, the present |-cril of the iVmocracy y. I it In running order by 'middleofHUinmer.
the sl.n containing Tildcii and leis barrel. Democratic i>arty luwa 22 Kansas. lo Kentucky A, Maine II, were umsible for Governor Seymour to |*rmitliMiiumc The furnace near hy. at Ox- '

.Thegunwalvsare well down in the water, 'fhe 11"1' of Florida have tasted the \Maryland! 10, )1u.">'hlll'lt t. Michigan 22, to he I used a* the Democratic moor, are said tobv turning out some :,(NNl'

rind one paddle marked Fraud. Ullderthe fruits government for tln.1 )years. Minnesota 10, Mi+ | Nebraska K, candidate: in 1 1NMN). the 1llh'and rejoicing ton of iron daily, and, I In-mg able to make
Taxi 111'1 been' reduced at the rate Nevada El. New .iI/,1/ 10 New JerseyIO Democrats wfult curry New York uguln tie 'best iron ut u '. of from |i) to 110 Jeer

picture Tilden i is represented a saying of more than f 15oiui) tier annum &com- New York 15. Oregon <>.- Pi-nnylvunlit either Oralt or Bluine or Sherman' by a tUI that 1'.tll huil
"Shall I help you or will you help me?" }jared with the last three years of Republican 2O, Rhode Island 5. South Carolina 7, Tenncssce hundred thousand majority. The ttwlng'ing Ui-ondng rival of the .'I'rl, 'h'uniJ

The likenesses are excellently l'ar / rule; schoolhave been In'rea"HI. the Texas 'Virginia iE. West Virginia into line under such a 1 lender of tin solid iron and coul region, New furnace are 1
The pictorial sheets bid fair to im or- school. system has been made more ell'.tin- 10, \n>'nlin> 20, Dakota 2. I.I"11 2. Arizona column of "seventy thousand Democrat*, rapidly building, and, now that the South
play j, crime has Iteeii punished and ; hits discovered how to appropriate the mineral
2, New Mexico 2, Montana 2, Washington who, In allowed Robinson to IM II'tl1
taint pirt In 11mcampaign.; (' has U-en made saferj the credit of 2, Wyoming 2, Utah 2, District of Columbia rather lIj1 In.I..1 Mr 'fl.ltf1 I by Implication Health of it bills, U only need tlt.mtiluall.t.t .

Ti1.IEN's'arttuLAw.u.The L'lllOH foiltains the State ha 1..1 improved l and its obligations 1r3.L'tt" .'rul this .bowing of hU would of 11 to the c lprouitinturya >i>u rent ,
have been honored; the claims againstthe '', Blaine would to IK to to eventually mutch mines and mills of
letter of ) imagination a I
a long a | of the young secretary upiK-ar 1.1 lnltath.1'uttN carry ta p
.t Boston Jfrritltl l..lrreII.ll'nt General Government for till.'to |ltllelanl" the coming man fur the National JCllfn.y them along all.t involuntarily uII in muss the North _
with ,
l."IO'tmlng an ilttr'itw have 11'1 in hart f'C.II".I; 11111 boat l the banner. -
)Ir. Tilden, the amount of which is that !lr.1'U.ll.'n gration 'has steadily increased ; Ilrha..n I.hlul the e'YlUUI New York Two or three member of Mr. Hayes' ('ali.!

it in larger numlH-r ever THE New .Sunthue'nuts up the inevitable Whit It'II'rut"l.I.1f"f l Illt, who are not tltI-lvt 1'lll.llti
inut-li broken I tlal Yfrl trustedleudir l
I 1'tIII".t "
paralyzed 11 : I
"l.'I' uftrr Mate the has received ( ex-Senator ( but |
I and he sought lall. lal.rt I 'U"' 'ln"talcT'. who .the utrl''II"1 and rl'lt.t| flf1.111J'rt..f II'Jj"t. I tum
says does not for t i to keep their
1'r'UI.thilg ) the fruitsuf his industry; agriculture I trouble: Such a leader U |I'J'arl h I.lllgIII
I",lt is. I U alleged by a \\ahingt.1(1)t.reaisndent has revived 1 and pro.periiy nuilch ujxm our A widower of *istyfv. he married l a every li'lle.' no man in a iays boom. They are hopeful

j of the that i 4 u1ule1'e (cannot afford to take a back- girl aged nineteen I' Ijiigenheel, who our Oun'rnfrm"ll day ever held tt'C."rtI() the 1 he able to |tprMiade. the Jrcsdent!
lie l'hiaItIIhialuUdi" want step and live again under the dark hail Ixt-n a clerk in (the trt'"u1. 1t wu a of nil majority' of the alre'lfm.of New ., ray wide hU In'jtdil' against a w f>iul
informed great jn-ojiln
wa' )a prominent Democrat shadow of lU-publii-an rule, which, in eight plump. and tonguey Inllth, .il eye of York at do I. Governor Seymour, Henry term and suet it at the bawl

that )Ir. Tilden lW written a letter to L 'en brought Florida well nigh to the verge ( ,llure range and iMttiracy. 'ht Match I. Clay hail in his' time a great and incre personal of un entliuoiootic,try, When they havewrunrl
read at the New York Democratic Convention of universal l>ankrupt. But the work of hail that in i which made it maudlin on hu following in Kentucky)', but )Ir. Clay )Ir. Haycw to run they' will
reform is not and it* further development and on her, and dangerous look ar.ul.l after the euthu"Ia..tle' party.i'bibolrlpbue .-
{ part mercenary and brilliant
at !Syracuse, declining to l be a l',11.ldel. by nature I tyrant a actor,
(2nU.lte. IIU.t I to the great itartv lit both. He wa rich, It.r.1 limp and while Seymour I Is neither the one fl,.
1)for the Cincinnati tunVltiuI and withdrawing under whose banner it wa inaugurated.But ageing. She wa ) J.llr, ,-hij" nor the Uu\nUI
his name. The reaaon assigned i ii it is not in the State alone that the good py shallow and l.f.U'fUJ. They had had no uther.Jwt In Frumt political pretVrenee are indicated

the condition of health. The effect of DfiiMM-ratlc rule are manifest. In (iiinmoii social ) HU world wa* by using 1.11.i Ilnllltnte with the
hil rune gen. 1" the of the IJlrlu'S Jour THE Hul.lf River whoe projevtor lieaiU of their( Thert I good
Vrbdt. TUlnt .
Vunltn'ltle.u.. entirely frmle.
t If man *ay" the letter wu lreltr, two ro 1& in their might al.l lNthe l..untr alOr kuciety pre.llcte l jrroi I,* tu bring |ltngtf f..1 JerseyI l'hann in this Country for Grant \pipe*, and
month but law in I to New York in nix minute without Blaine and Tilden *. Let it pip. **
ago, the intercession of Jlhnal can majority from the Huul tf irtneFFta- ne* (roil the vioiatiul of every nature. I City 1.ll. pipe b

friend. I'r\'tlh..llu being made public. liven at W hington, and. iu two .uoce*>lve 1 change of car, U making steady |>rogre *. inttead of boom*.

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AGniCVLTVtlAL.IlM all the more.- rapidly. Farmers who live )Ir. Will.'hllll'U.I.
funiMicil: the following I
ii. .i. iiAiiiit: tV into.
near markets will find ,
:spinach 'n profitable I rl'.II'l'i f<,r making it. at our request' : : To
I tNei+ HirE ix Fr.oninTho following t Top.) especially that which I ha+ heen winter* :, live gallons' water ;put fifteen poiimN !boM

article on the culture\ of rice I is taken from. I I nl I, though the :spring' ; sowing; will pay thins brown !Mignr' +, boil twenty minute-,-kinuiiing ,

the Union; of the 11111 1\11.1\11.1 wo re-publish 1 I I THK YKIIKTARI.K: : ( .tudx.-1)r..1\ : ) :S.: Ncw- It well while boiling. When} it i is "perfectly! :215: IVarl SI.. :\<>n York.MMc1TliM .
It for the 1 benefit of tho farmers: of this: county I man, of Atlanta, (;Jii.t editor of the Kimllimi/ I nme-half gallon of juice, nut 1II0Tt'. i
\, Knlrrjtriff, writes in hi* paper for March. that The juice must! lie) well !Mraincil: us MM.II. II"
as much of our land is well adapted to | 11 ll'l'l'mltl thorough; preparation i is the first I taken f re un the orange ; hate rouelv it tight

the cultivation of this important" staple, and!I I j requisite lilt the vegetable garden which i i.i i.:+ shirk}' barrel null till it c\only 'lull: place I

t 11:11: yet little attention serins! to have boon i I expecl'II t to !supply{ tirst-clas vt'getuhlesf where it will not bo :- : \ or'eli.sturhcel\: I put M \ :* ''FOICAX.I J
I, i the bung/ 1illtIO"f'r) the hole and let it *
throughout the remain -
s given in that direction.( A small patch o I' ; tear a* they she.nld in our
climate. J Rapid) growth i is necessary- makexegctablcs fermentation (1115'5. then eloscperfectly
rice eloes not require much attentionaul 1 I I : fresh and tender and this: cannot i tight ami let it Maud eighteen

I tho yield will be very remunerative to t the i I 1m secured I without thorough (..reparationand : month- )before bottling.; Tin- barrel should : :

farmer, and there is: nothing more healthy, I! cultirlttinn,11itl'! an nhumlanl supply ofmanure i' 1.0 well painted \\itli red lea-l-I to prevent theravage i 1ORitlSTElrS
whicli (except in the ('U"I' ot'root of weirmx ami I Iii l..I"t'I, / Ayritiiltitrlft -

as u Viet in a family : I crop,*, such as filets, salsify: |inlrsIliw" | etc, I Cathartic Pills

Some one has said that'ho who makes two I whie-h :should hau the mauuic placed 1 deep I IH\lS\I) ;K.-"IIII1)larlltinly) few are the formers

blades: of grass: greiw where only one grewbefore in the J.rollf1IIII'IIIw, the row) should h(' applied 1 1 who entirely appreciate. the importance) : : Titii: :: MAM'KI:. Combine the choicest cathartic primiploin
i is a public )beiiefae-teir., So he who
} I hmaelcast t and
thoroughly; ineeuporateil of having+ : theiriuids) \ thoroughly I u
causes n people' to duplicate' the of a J in the suit
e-rops I )11I11'lIillJ.dll'l'l' the Professor: John-oll !states that quartz-sand: jested to secure activity, certainty, and
country is cijually n )public be-ncfae-tor. The! material I is iihundant and ucocsihlc: will, I are the dowcft' of all the natural ingreelicnti: uniformity of They are the; result
e-otton gin revolutionized the culture of the \to a largo extent supply the place, of "I' till' 1 soil to nller changeof, Cider or eif efec. and practical! experiment -
I tenn.eratunwhen ( oft'! ''. |II.{ rmre-ter.t' years
cettton plant and the invention eif laborsaving ,
) manure, and prevent, the injurious ctlerts ofdrouth oxpoM-d' 1 to a given soure-e of heat, unit! I and are the most rftVcttiul reinrdy -
j machinery IlIerl'.I!
wOlIlll'rfull'xtellt. climate-hoth in the garden, orchard and in being) eilerleil hy changes of tempi-ratnre derangement of the stomach/ liver, and
Rice is a grain that supplies' the food. of \ineyard. Ilalf rette11 wheat :straw makes iitnl, us the ('lItitl'l'lIrlII'l': of wet soil I i is hater; [ bowels, which require prompt and effectual
nearly 11ne-thinl I I of the human nice, and it the best) mulch ever tried hut thN cannot, l.c which is II nearly jKTlect iion-eondiirtor ol" I'ronoiine J by Orange. < ro'ie1'tlit'\ tiny treatment. AVKK'S '11.1 arc speciallyapplieable

grows wherever the e-onditions i of warmth I 11111,1 in every lo..ntit"ilH' stiaw is accessihlp {. heat, we ran: nndcMnnd that external ''I to this class' diseases. Ihoy

and tnoMurc exist ; hut it is a mistake tosuppose almost, everywhere, ami t though I I ; it does: warmth mu-t t little odect it. This 1 shows I act tirel' on the lt'olit! assitnl-
1 that it etaunot he rai-e-d em lands retain up and, regular,
i not moisture so well as some other theimportamei.f" : thorough) drainage.\ \rl.t1,1I1d I'al\ prHpIII!,
lint lloode-d.! Ill China it is generally :sown :substances< has the advantage; of I.pillfrl'l'/ i is nautrallv eol.l, and the min-eondnet-; Itosl .lltuinrc for Ilio Orange Trroiicisnir.s <>.>, action. Their ('xtensl\l use by
1111 wet land nnd afterwards transplanti-i(1) to from :M-i'ds, of all kinds. Few person' : have hug eharaeter nl' the water eaiwes it to :i physicians' in their practice, mil by nil
the land where the crop is to finally ripen ,an adeijuate+ idea of how much our soils lost' so, l'\'I'I'' in warm \\eatlier and eontiinie I civilized nations, is one of the many
III of India canals cults'- of their t value as a safe, sure, andi I
carried proofs
some in
parts hy constant
fertility exposure to our longsummers. / ejncntly niei"t plant full to J.I'OW in it.IIOINING medicino.i .
along the sides of hills to irrigate; the soil. All are familiar with the improvement i pl'rrII.tfllahle! purgative
Hut thc best rive of the world! is the (Carolina of soils hy the t mere protection i ( of the concentrated

raised rieo. This: means, rai-ed in the two afforded hy a fence or house: -even a plank : : :XEWS: SEICIALS. : : ('O>IPMH: ': 31\ ;, ,'Irluel of purely vegetable free from substances calomel or,
Carollias! Georgia and Florida. Not so' laid 1 upon the ground for a length of time i they nro positively bo
much attention lias been paid to the raring will increase its fertility. This cannot result \ NEW; STORY: h)' a Lady of :Savannali.:: :MHSIS.For. : 1 any injurious to children properties with' and can safety 141mm.istlrelf *

of rice in this tl\ll'II" I'IhllIl1411/i'{ The want from any addition of fertilizing material to .1. perfect
suitable machinery cleanse cull the soil the i AVER'S l'ILI.s are an effectual euro for
: prepare hy plank. Whence I then theimprovement THE SAVANNAH WElml.E: :\\" ,
it for market has been one hindraner. ? It can only he from! the Constipation or Costlvencss, Indigos-

This is now :StlpIIIScd,11n11 the next point to )prevention of the ei-cape into tile air "foC1I..l' Of April 2 4th s'lllt contain the e.peninge'haptors .{ ; -* } KVKKV: : F\KM Citor, ,I ton\ byspepsiii. Loss of Appetite,
I" he gained is to get the planters into the felon / generated 1 in the soil It has helm customary of mi iittnst'h'hit'rc'stingstory i ; I Stomach and Breath I II I:
of raising this food forcxport.) :So; then, he in IheSoutli for many years mulch' entitled! headache Loss of Memory, Numbness, ;
who hy the intreiduction of the proper' machinery the! Irish! potato hed. .111'riu. have done I IlllloiiMicss .J U11'I .
ami )by taking to T IlltO t' (.11 THE: I'i Eruptions and Dropsy, 'i
measure pur have ohserved the improvement of the soilhy YE A It S .
1're-pared "n scientific princiile] < to prodiu4'a ; Tumors, Worms, Neuralgia, ColI I"
e-base and ship this: useful\ ill th It' eif ceimliierco ) this mutch. I
.\ Seemel to WarutHl I Gripes, Dlnrrhna, Dysentery), UOlt,
is i
conferring/ a blessing "Ill the State, \
largo, 'll'Iell'l'r aer'e.AI.SO Piles, Disorders of the Liver, and allother
any on the planters particularly. It is indceel TIn t I\KT\ (!it\ss inn I'IXE: 1.\\\1-1': \ [ I

p making two )blades' lof grass grow where Henry, Key, of I.ako Knti*, writcstothe: )MIS! U, J. rnn.iiiudt. ] diseases resulting from 1. 11onlct'll
of the
t only one grow I before. It will he utilizing\ Kontlirrii; Fiirniff'f; Monthly !inquiring i / for "a I| tlg'Ith'c apparatus.

largo trusts of land that now preiduco nothing grass/ to make a )permanent pasture on rolling The numereius readers. of the IIV '/'/// X"II'1f i| As a Dinner l'i they 11\1 no equal.

If the planter can be stirred up let make )pine" land, soil thin and Mimly." "The who remember. the id'asnr'trhieh' the; perusal I i While{ gentle in their action, these' Pn.t.s
timber, hes.iys: "is not tliick' there- eif DKM.KIIS) : ; : I i\
the effort to raise rice for market. There very \Itt' AXDei<>K allorded them, will are the most and seare-liingcathar-
t are thousands if not millions of acres of Pure it dots no t give much :shade. Do) you he Jratllil'tlll l the nni11unrenu'it imntlicr i tic that ran thorough bei employed, and never give

I \ land in this county of Duval suitable for know of any kind t that would :suit 1 sue-h run: novel from the I'Il1l11l' llilh'cI"'II.! while, we elo l'lim'nlIf'PIrnt.:_ : ; : : CUKMICALS( I pain unless the bowels are intlatncel and,

f raising rice. The question arises:! in what ditions? It appears{ to me that their must: not hoMtato, toil"!'ire IIi-C who are yet to then their influence is healing. ThC'Ytlu-

wayshnll the people' bo urged\ into (this new he wHnc1 more nutritious grass than wire-! makethea< g11attamreIII I t Ill' 1111 I la to them way of increasing: their products! grass/ :Mutable< to the land that will make a our ciiliimns, that: a tine literary treat I N in ; ,| operate to purify and enrich the blood. ,

and therefore, their /gains, for it issaidte ht pasture the year 1'011I111111"thisdimite.' : The !store feir them."TIIKOIMJH, NITUATK: :--::011.:0:1111 ( .\, :'' impart rl'IIW'Ihl3lh and, vigor to the
(yhtnrreplicsasf1111nww: : 1'hrre'aregrasses \ ( Tim: YKAKS": : is whole
a preifitable crop te> raise: One way for per : a M..rv I\"I'I.
"011"101'1II1'lIn... to liNt Set an example, and on trial tlllllllll\: he found! to :suit the situation of t I'lIlIIHllth'lIll11 historic iuterot, in wliicti) : : I
: I'IOSI'11.1'ri:1.1111: : :
1 I named, hut none certainly known to the writer iu the artistic Dr. J. C. Co.
/give pn>of of what can bo dune Till.'ill dcvcleipmcnt' + eif uninteii.el.v Prepared by Ayer & ,
stimulate others, and! so 'in n fl'w'arll rie-e- give! satisfae-tion. Tho on-hard: will Conu'thc intcrestilugplot' has Mended'art/ I
: growing will bo n prominent! Il\dll\ tr)'. The nearest in tllllhl'I'l.tllallfl. and Itermuda will with IiI'!ill II, and iiivcn her leuiders a vivid I SULl'lIATK: () TOTASII, I Practical anllnal'Utnl Chemist

I following 1'is an extract taken from an agricultural succeed the land is cleared, hilt the latter and faithful: prut' nival, eif scenes, incidents, Lowell, Mass.
i, } address by Mr. AINton: of South could 1 never he eradie-atod from :sandy soil. experieners' ill the home-life{ theSenith:: NITKATK: : OF POTASH.MTIMATK I HOLD DY ALL rmrooi<"Ts K\ERTWIIEUK. .
\ The Kentucky hlue-grass succeedon tim-" during and immeiliately alter the -
Carolina, on Juno rice, which afford ; war.
some hints worth remembering:may, )>e red lands in that State, hut trials III' it in It 1"'l'rlll'l'l.tol'luy.tlaat., tlltlurh; 'I'll J)1'f11l:() (; : : OF 1'01'\:1 tLAGG'S

In thl,' culture! of rice some modifications: this I'tloll were 1llltlrl'lI."t': havo examinod 1'111': YKAHS:: \::; i is a sequel to \VAISI1: AND ,I J
'. have )been introduceel since! the war. Tho a long list with the view of r('(11nlnl11datinnfurour5o11ljlcrl WOOF(). the interest eif the two stunts is not sn.riiATi': MAONI(; E."I.l IA, IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD I

nieist 1 muchim-rv ,, tiiirty)8ndt. soils, in any decree {involved.' NEVER Giti HARD.
important introduced
I is: the June planting/ )/ and the in- hut have made no progress; towards. the settlement The new !start will run tlireni;.:;h some tenor SULPHATK l T : OF :SODA: CAM BE MADE .AM TWICE STUE.NOTH AS LONG.Hljeiiei .!)E8IRED. List
of t the iuostioii.. Perhaps the twelve'numhers\ .+ of the HVvJtiNewMib I .
Creased HSU of commercial fertili/.crs. | very: !TlUuut Craejiag tit
l\\ Planting in June used: very rarely to be host will yet turn up among' the uetivejiiiiiili seribers whoele'irotohavoit completechoulel' Strictly Pure Ground (Itoiu I, CCKEI Cue
You l Its l scud in their
resorted and grasses. i that names! at once I
t the earlier "'
: only as soeeling nndrllakes '
i 1 \ had failed, and hail not ceimmcnccd.I Nowa nordering the i \ a sort; of Huhscrihtiem: $2 a year, $1 far !six months.Money Chisndmr, S TRC

largo i.roportiou e.f. the eif this cuuni highland+ maiden cane, as: it I N called, which! can be ,sent by Money Order Regis; l, WAY "
i try I is planted, in June. On crop this head I epiotofrom I grows most luxuriantly on tie dry prairies, tereel Letter or Kxpress: { at emr risk. Dyspepsia, ixrori +t" 1 c
and tin wood. Wlicrv the Itinds Our give full '
1 Capijthi llui/arel, himself opuii pine I .r. H. IC.STI1.I.\ drl'ulal pllrlillatKllllrt PAD. t1
largo experience, and my own fully having confirming a- arc 'cowpunnod) ,' even slightly, wchavoseon Savannah, (Ja.AX mailed, free to all uppli(7uits.' They will interest XenraNenoasoesj i. /I
his :. "The system; of cultivating it waist high; and as thick as: wo over saw --- -- -- you if you arej hltl'rl'lh. Agriculture t
: ounix.ixci':
outs or other /grain. Tin-grass is jM-rennial, or Orange Culture. J'hn'
June rice has boon brought to such
; perfection Rhelmam I
and !he through in winter without - -- -- -- --
that it is rarely- injured by frost, es- may plowed' IT OKOAINKI) HY TIlE COMMON( I
napes the ravages of the fall birds, and it 'is serious injury to the future "spring) crop. BE Council eif the City of Fernanelina: Tin FLOIIIDA Cor'enes ,

not un unusual occurrence! that tht; grain is Wo would he glad to have some of uur Florida $.:l'. I 1. That for the jiuriMjso' of defraying e awn i

more pearly and weighs heavier than April friends"to give it a fair trial and report) the expenses of the City iovernmeirt, the AND AND COMl'A'YOFFK11S feaknesi, I
rice.. The advantages/ : 1. It escapes the the result. This: Is: a most iniHirtant| mattor foliowinj nppre' >priatieins\ are hereby, made T. DDIIA'IX t Nerroni ;
I fall hints; 2. It is cut in thc fall in cool for 1 Florida, and "its solution will uddgreatly fmni the collection of taxes for tho vearlsTS h): Sck

weather and after all oauitioctlal storms' ;: 3: to our wealth For sanitary purpeises! .$:?,(UOu) UU : I Heliache: ';

C It'enables the planter to dispose of his Aprilrice For City Ottiecrs' salaries............... 1ML, : .) 00 Theee P.d. Cure all Die*, Ab orptloD. No
: Noxious ,
PROFITS OF COTTOX CcnTRr.- South I 'Ill' Oils.
Office rent, stationery! and fuel-. 10000. ) Joh.nnol ediclneuetek.a
avoiding a glut in the market. Into Stomach.
Carolina vrreswindent of the New York th over the Fit j
| For cost of street I lamps! materialfor 6OO.OOO 'crf1Of the ar.o
While it costs! about the name to cultivate ofhBtmah? enrn. f>ntrTooieli -*,
us April rice (I think it ceists lams), it is by no Bulletin IiU lluuterhfmselfhusbeen inquiring/ lighting the same.............. IrtlOOAllowancis ) ) ab-orbed A gentle V.E.table i
t means HO expensive a crop, as there are no amongst in cotton neighl.ors for this in regard to their fur unpaid taxes.......... TiU) (N) the most 1 ijw.parifyln-f iotthtcrlatonorhe( Blooda4 'I I
a.'t (mparotl UYun
bird minders to no to buy and acreage your Inl'itll'ntall'Xll'nl'lI'll' Including legal jdt)1 &btalthy ann and I
? pay guns no with 1H71. He say that lie,finds that they disbursements WO ItrDlrh"olDI te
powder and cap needed. This gentlemanand in ACCESSI11LK. AND UESIRAHLK: BACH. SOLO IT ALL sent by M
others in his neighborhood have planted are planting nearly fifty peer|' (cent more For nUdi'l8Ud' bridges. :300 00 Manufactured; IaVOI'TIo & I

at least half their croiis in June. Un Wuccamaw. -, that 1H80 "than from wax the best grown Information last year obtainahlo and adds! $,'),42(100( U4Llloa..MD.IIOILSE1 at I* 4l NomTH .LI1d&TT 21'. I

,Pee Dee and Black: rivers not HO I to the increase in South SEC. 2. Be it further ordained, That for I.AMW> IN TiE
am disposed! place
large' but a very considerable! |x>rtion issetMled Caro inaat nut less than thirty-five cent. the payment of the! aforesaid appropriations' & CO., Agents,

in June. 1 think commercial manures over that of 187) ; and the increase per b more the film of one per (cent be levied and ce>l- STATE OF }'I.OUUJ, _33-Om- _Feniandina. )la. I
I are found to be very advantageous to likely to exceed this percentage: tluin fall It'l't'tlJI tm' the assessed valuation of the I

rice; and where, the labor is employed on below l it... The same (caiw which operate taxable pnoPeI ). of this city, and one-half at JIO.Nt HIKF HOI;SK,
wages they are being more extcnth'e1y1.t'tl.. in South Carolina are at work all over the I leant of tho aforesaid tax or levy shall he At only $1.2 per acre to new "l'ttt with i

[ have applied OB an experiment this your to South to 'foster the increase in the surface )payable in currency of the United States the privilege of selection in parcels! of 40 BY| 11:. RUFFINC.TON, \ i

a portion of June rice 600( pounds of fertilizer planted in cotton, and thin increase! in in lOVenrment.SEC. Iu're or more. These lands are located on
to the and the rice is out 3. The Collector of Taxes for this city CORNER VINE
acre quite addition tn the taking up of new lands and adjacent to the line\ of the or AND }(RsvTii STREETS, :
1 i ,stripping the rest, the natural extension or cultivation in the is urelered to receive (when tendered in payment ant

OREENIJ FOR }< \'T.R'MThc fetllowlne is South went. Thus it is fair to infer that the' of the al ov tax) any outstandingscrip .atkNonvllf Fla.

t I'ontI'nll'Il'from 'A meriam Agricultuntt cotton! crop for 188U will be Vt'rIU t,. The i or warrants upon the Treasury of thecity ATLANTIC, GULF AND WEST INDIA
I I for one half the amount of tax due ur TERMS: $1.50 AND &2.OO
secret of this renewed stimulus! to tho growthof yI''nr.llng ,
The real value of all thud I is not to be jud girl TRANSIT U. R. lll 1.
i payable by ,any IHTSOII tendering i iyments ,
the amount of nutriment it contains1.Nfany the great staple is that cotton cultivation (0:8 (
hy i ii than at of tux but no bonds\ or coupons upon .\ to Locution e>f Rooms
of the vegetables consume : more profitable eer, even pn'll'lItpri't'fI" \
eletached unhontlt
bonds: or from ,
contain no little of, actually nourishing platter It is the only cash product of the that have coupons heretofore been issued >hail be receivtej extending from FERNANDINA em the Atlantic -
that if confined l to diet ofthl'ill country, and practically all the crop) made it THIS WELL- j
one were a : IS
f I In payment of any tax. tn CEDAR; KEY: on the Gulf coat, KXOWJ0P
he would soon starve, an the digestion sold. Tho average; ('I'timlltcll'tJl't of raining, centrally located, '
The Collector shall 'eetj\ to the \ renovated -
SKO: 4. :
and the pnK thus utTonling to the producer cheap, ( i .
ginning, hailing delivering con-
j I'ouhl'not extract; front them enough to sustain / crop collection of tuxes under this ordinance on throughout will be kept as a first-da"s
life. Still, their utility a*, articles of the railroad about $11 per acre, and the April 2, IMSQ.'at which time the taxis lovicdus stunt and rapid transjtortatiem{ to the hot I house. The Proprietress having; had ex-

fooel is ne't doubted, and the very general average yietd'of the Nmitn is Nit! pounds per aforesaid shall be due, and t-ball cause 1IIntil' \ markets. jiericnce both North and South, will spare
i desire for them, coially pring\vhcn' acre;' that is to say, the eostof rabin cotton no 'pains for the comfort her in
? esj ( < of feiicli collection of taxes to be published The belt of country traver eei by the Tran II' patrons, 1
at 5} cents 'ound. The planters haverereivel ,
meist perseuis have been long deprived of, I per ) in some new..paj>er of the city ten making the home hUlllikt us any in the
an average of about UJ cents> JUT sit R. R. embraces c'it'
them; is sufficient ., \'Id'ntllat hey are
2 18M __ I
days )prior to April __ 3Hf
railroads thus
it delivered
fur at the -
pound ,
needed, did not physiologists h'lIJI! that theSaltSthey'co11tufn } SEC, 5. He it further orJjiincd. That all
making profit of ul>oiit 1 5} pound TTXWEK
a ('t'lItlper :NEW yl.iXAGE11FNT.Spencer .
are required by' -
ceillwtiem) of taxes for city purposes is sus- EVERY: Y SOILto I
Many especially farmers, 11'lll'nll upon on at least five million hales of 4oO jMiuiul.- April 2: 18SO.SEI VARIETY 01 _____
wtfti each-L50ULI0NN) N-or 412: I\M\ .OKt.
various plants for their first l poun 1
greens.The % G. The Elector: of Taxes >hall on or HOIIMO.
boys are sent over the meadows fur,dandelion clear )profit. This is u very the good business.and before April 2. 18KO, furnbh to the Treasurerof be found in the State, a large projx>rtion J
... to the brexjksiele for as it sutures to explain' -ontant and ST. (JEOReilA.J.
who have : .
lis-t of all Iut..t
the tins
a :
"cows1i\'I' Per
the marsh-marigold is \ in rapid fl't'UIIl'rutiun| of the South under its paid tax for the year 187U, which 1M shall being peculiarly adapted to the ('uhur. of
besides these nettle influence and oieration. Yet the exhibit SEMI-TKOPICAL FROTH and Early -
this dock Yt'g'tahll
country; contain the names of such nenons, a dewription
poke, milk weed, and numerous! other wild tlt't'II1.'t. rather ro"-'s'u'IlIUIIIA ..liars..l''unYEltDeuoreet'a of the property on which tiudll'er. and The Luryf, Compact -Budlet of Timber W. TIIOMPO.\. of the Kearsarge House! ,
5 k are used as l>ot herks. It is rarely the amount ami character White Mountains( Proprietor.
plants : J/fJllthl.., JfoJU41: lt, bon has }aid tax, make these lands worthy)' of f.JRE'UL EX'A3IIXATIOX
that a farmer raises anything te> nerve as: New York, 88)1III its issue for April, that a of scrip received from such j>erson in jviyment of LVMBEB Transient ""h' $ .' \ by
j, greens. There is, erhaps, no ulefull'lant great many women assert that though they of tax and the amount (if any) of manuf:1ul't'l terms! mule to thr se desiring bound the .

I ,- seen in farmers' gardens so seldom as spin like flowers, they do not like to take care of money receiveel (nun such person in payment AND NAVAL STORES. week. 1 t
a ach. In a mild winter like the past it maybe then This they do not know, because they of tax, and the,Treasurer of the city is
hat almost! daily on the farmer's table, have not cultivated any faculty in that direction. hereby ordered to set apart one-thint of MKTKOPOLITAN- DINING i
i while in ordinary winters he can have it It is tlitli'ultto imagine anyone, all money and sail) heretofore paid in for \SrfUU.oPnhaing

) whenever the snow is off and the ground man or woman; who would not love to rear said tax of 1879, wInch money and scrip BO ROOM, !

thaws. For this early supply" the sowing flowers if could be induced to it. get apart shall be reundtrl.upon proixr al)- land from this fur-
g they try are f
company (Oppm>ite the l'o Office J JR 1
made and it is well ,
must be September, : Flowers human responsive and [.lication to the i>orsons -jiecttvely) who .
are so so
f "stick u pln' just here 'In the memory to the in. nbhtl wih entire free pay.* aye on the Transit .
to pals same
the growing plant has M much more to give II, HOniRK rBorBiiTOB.PRIVATE .
make sowing. While the crop from this in return for care than the cut !bower, which S.:t..\ 7', He it further ordained. That the Railroad for family and jr.;onal effet-ts _, .t.

will not be BO early it will be most acceptable dies upon one's hands in loss than twenty. ordinance adopted February 18, !$*), "regu. to the station nearest the land purchased. hIlotRD
and vastly superior to any wild plant' hating the rate of in-n-entage tu be collected AKD TRANSIENT BOARDING.
four hours. That's &Dtmoreit i if! talking
and those who become accustomed: to it now taxes for the 187U, and making TITLE COMPLETE, being tItrh.t'tl by
l sense. Cut !flowers are all well enough for on city year RE\M.NABLE.
will be sure to prepare next fall fur an early certain purposes, but then they arc dead. appropriations' theruiuler," and all ordinances grant from the United States anlllunha" suit CUotOlt'r.: pains spared 17-3nj to

sunply next spring., How the wed in thericht't They can no longer ]perform the parts for or luirts of onliuancvs in conflict with from the State of Florida. ----

\ soil in the:. ganlen in drills: fifteen which nature intended them to.livo and do. hU[ onlinance, aN hereby repealed. FOR
inches apart; ft.'I '* IS a hanly Vlant- the T1 The one is us the stuffed skin of dead Alopte March 17, ISM. EXT.
sown as ,early as the boil can be bird ; the other as the living bird itself, T. KY!)!), l'mt.l'XnF C.: SOLICITED.: SEVERAL NICE ROOMS( FOR KENT:

worked, 111 *two week make another bowin" All emblem of death and th.'uin the one 3-4t:! Pre idejit of. Omucil. CITY MART, corner of Cen
and two other sowings at intervals of a in the --- -- --- ------ tre ana Thinl trrsIs .
and of life and its
fortnight wilt oUouw'" ami,..; ; this will, perpetuation 'I \tiONIC.-Tllere will IH a regular communication 1)ecriptive MAPS and CBI..UR mailed on _\ the t-econd atJr'above Messrs. Sydoll
11 of Amelia l.odgl'0.. 47, S
I the latest qniutn hot weather, application. lr., comer Ash Thin Street
bring it soon runli upJO seed, and other MKS( Stalls Hf .\U..t RECEIPT: FOR SOVKOKASUK F. & A. M., IMI Monday evening, February CTIAS. W. LEWIS, 31. IMWNEY) ,
thh1b"8 when take its place, 11 hen the largest WINt-fh1" !8< 1'. Holme!?, living :23\, at "J o'ckn-k bharp, Transient brethren Land C(>nim5v ioner, 32-tf. In the City Mart.
are two or IIurC ol'l'osit|' Jockoonville, exhibited-) (he fairsome are fraternally invited) to attend. ---- -----
I n"l.1.Cthf-J'pring80wiug rot out for use' where of the l lot..t orange wine we havo) evertasted W. );'. SCOTT W M., fla1.p (r; Ih "h and FenutI 01". JOn PRINTING, in eHI" style, al at

1.1 it Inche1a Is the long tbi'k": llulL.ur'; t'nd what ls. M\ will grow in Florida, and "he ktm\y.\! through JOHX .\. "'UlTXE'retat)'. a-.I f letwwt ".tt at tl Ila a om'ce.

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.,:-. : TIMI: CAIJDHKTIIK : Iii 1.lItW.L'JXTH.I.: ) :: ItAlLl.dAIJvc : I). 1 )1'1.1).11): J till 'Is ijHiit over 1 ety+poplio: und i flatulent: 11(11'.SIIIOLI) ICXUII'LIIIOI.. :
,I C11NIlNs1:1/ The ot views on
Nothing is our own, wo hold\ uiir'le71,1are5\ I tllT'hll t only
: .XSONUIIF. 1.'t.A.. March: Ifi.On I I't' j!'. I .lu>t little while. elclbev' ale : HMO :sublet t Ihll mll'll out in a (hurl. 11,1 Oi/itrr ,.Sriwr.-Sc-t n basin on the lire with!
\VIXr 1X1UATUAX; I 111'1 lively ilisi'/ <. i a ofmonographs bull I pint ovsteiN: and one pint I of boilingwater. i ;
.1'I'L.1N'flIA' \: I nnd uftc'r this date Train on this; (dno bv oiie life robs us 01'Ilir 111'1"lrl':, : .i'l llu'l 1'11 .I
:SIP IIMLUOAD.:: ) ,. will follows Notiiing i is our own cloud. ; \ Tbo :< ; tiuin boil three 1Iilllh's. 11.1tlllI
I run as ; that our ,,
y I and bold in faithful; \ tendent nc'cdcd is or a 11trI\\ stir in 11111 I c'up of !111.r to( I
+ Pl'.XlXsn.AU I : 1: UAlLKdAD: : I They mo ours: ktvpingsafe1 I W"111
PAssl'.Xur.ll: : '.) } with llour let
DAY ( (KxeKPT: MMVLoavo \ the tone hers that the c ;
; 1'1'11. tallt\o"nfI11If
all took
l'UI 11 \
} ( \WI/Id'l\ Itninch,) 1lrl'\r. they i ; il'liT'
: .\ II- Jae ksonv'illo ............ ......... N.'SO::; .\. M. Cruel tithe stir: 1 !that away sletpimi, shall be- tbinu', and l1,11t a c lankingamlothorvviso : + come to a ", :
"!) ", i tT l1mIt.\XI: ) Horn: :. 1.'aYl'l1al.lwili ..... ..................... !t>::! v. vi 1. Cruel time l'IIII'H'r never seize that pivj groaning. IHI.hil.'lh''c'r% Tooth! I'ninhr.-Mix 1 together eiiial| part
I Leave: Like City .......................... 11'M t :: :' v. M 1. 1'11 helps: this life and nl"lt h. of powdorc'd chalk null l'hnn'III. I.til I 1
111 l-.JJi'tl nfl/'IIIH'V bi, 188J. Loavo Livo ( 71k..n................. I LOO:, I'. M 1. .''I lil'I' palts, truth fades, tars fall froiibeavcn. the test'ssary: and almost the only tnllis for :111 quantity of 'powdered I'ati sonp,
Arrive Savannah: ..................... sl5: *'. MLmvo I. discussion by superintendents: |just t lmy. and :1.1 'I biivo't'ornie-d t the best powder
.. COIMI: sot'Til. Savannah ............... ........... f.oo, ) .\. M 1. Human uio I the great whom we revere, wo shall bo glad\ to hear Iro'ni llariNburg" that 1'11 be 111"\ It keeps the tooth and
"" Loavo Livo dak......... ......... ......... '.t:1': M 1. No true of honor bo given that the pie'Vious question C'lt'off all others pumscif n .- .IIr. ami prevents ties
< l.eayl'tl.lnta., CIa.; ....................... .M5 I I'. M. Leave UikeCity\ .......................... 5;Hi) p. M I. Till the t'rowl wreath on 1'11 tae ( \ front the I..t"dil! under its "111'\\' ilepiiituio" cay. 1
,' :, Leave Maeon[ (;'a............... ......... 7.15 I'. M. I Leave Ualdvvin ......... ...... ............. jlI.i; r, vi I I. the rhi.Irl'l 11'1 11'1I". 11.110 1111'111hil.r.1"11"" g""lol School Conunit- riiiinnl C ................... 11.11.< low :
Leave Urunsvviik. (ia v MArrive 1. of
; Arrive at .f.Il'k"tll\\1I11' ................. >;05 p. MMAIL tlilll angel band ; lee ha\l' provideil ii volume's with ono of warm milk and three egg'
Fernamlina. 1'la................10.15 .v. M 1. liljl.r t:1 for the lower'suitlie quart
:' { : Leave rernandina.......................1 lO.'SO, :: ) .\. MArrivv AND liNPlM'-SS: \:: : ((11.\) II,.1'i.'a .) ( '\' )01".1\.1 in t'h'la"I'\ : 'public 1 111 1rl'a.ll e These consist e>f twit )1'1I1'1 very: light, und enough Hour to make-

1:1-;: ; Ialdwin 1'la.........,.......... 1.25 i*. M 1. \'.Ta..k""II\.illl....................... 5;::4I; I'. viIAIIVO \\I'IQ' men us: \Ollll II1Yt orics, of six: i books 1'llh. of popular fairy lul,of vc-n'st, thick nnd ;Yet put it in to te-able-spoon-rNo the night bofore -

.. :;ff' : Leave I'.aldwin for Jac'ksonvillo..... l.Wl'. MArrivo White lloiiso............ ......... 0.15: I'. vi. wo have omo little ones: still ours, tales :seUmcd unit edited. by dl Ir. Henry *. Before) baking stir in u lump
'\1 ; Jacksonville (('\1111. llouto: ).. :2.55; p. M I.' Leave llaldwin( ......... ......... ........... 7.00;( ) p. viLoavo 1. 'Ihty 1 have kept. tho baby :milo, wo know. I Cabot 1."kl" of flu' liiliiinitininil; lnlt:; butter or lard, the size Ihl'II of an "I
$ I Darbyvillc), .......................... 7:25: p. M I.I I. \kissed one day', and hid will s\ lol' : 1'1'011 the Arabian, Nights: ; and. I egg. .
\ -:(, Leave P.aldwin for Cedar Key.?..? t.III'. M. I Leave. :Sandcroii..... .................... :M.07\;\ I'. viLoave 1. Whih1'' volume' or 1'oelrv for (Cbilduntho two last ('(iirll.Slnarr-'h11P( line t two 11'1t. III cclery t t1
i&' Arrive Wnldo (Junction! I'. 15. U 1:) .. Lll I'. MLeave dlusteo( ) \ ......... ..................... M'lp.: I:' viIoavoMt. I. On tbc'irdead white farm: long iuro. edited by Superinte-mlent\ llllot. So: far as nn'd boil, one hour.. At the ( 1.1 that 1
..'. "....;. 'i .'' Waldo, ......... ......... ............ II'. MArriveiaino I. I Carrie............... ....,...... !1 H: >; *. viAriivo Wh1 our joy i N Io-t-and llfo will take it- goes, ais \\clliniii the nature of time have about 1 pint and I half of waterwith
'5'j':'' ( villo......... ......... ...... 5.t0 17 1'. M 1. Lake\ City............ ..,.........,. !.i.'U;: ) p. xi 1. no mcinorv' the past, 1''lIllill. n\pl'II'alHI't (", these mark it, an.I stir in two tuhlcpocitisful: ofHour
r ;, & Leave (i.iiiiesvlllo; .......... ............... 5i.Hi: II.. MAriivoCedar 1. I I Leave Livo k.. th151: : vi. Nave'lll with ? 1'1 I that vtliool ltl.'olllll'S tq'l', tins I vet with c.I.1I'r I Uoil this I'l (
Y! : ( Key.. .............. ......... !I.III'::( MTrains .. Ariivo: 'Tallahassee....................... 7.oii:' 1 ,v. M. make:soul it tlr.llj'I' thing, and li.\brays j oni.: 1'11'\ami\ satiny IUI I o\oolhnt en- minutes, nnd. thl'lllir! ill'l\o tublepooiistulof : I 1
; f to Jac ksoiiv illo and Noith ot Italdwin .\rl'i\'e .\Illall.\: ..............................10.15): v. vi. Ilittoine s beyt'sttiall 1'11':1'11! pain- trating': Il Iall'r.oubanec', the harm of thebooks butter. :Se-nson with salt and pepper.{
'. l .Iail '. Arrive :"savannah: ............... ........... !>.OO) .v. vi 1. I \ lor a.l dlJlrl'll. and make the elders Ttnnti With (.", ", /d/-T. set: thecolors ,
HoiMNOUTH.Leave I Leave savannah .................. ........ I 1:0::: ) i*. viLeave I. Illath.I"I'I' tl'II1'rll'arl.I.1'a\: ,! sorrow. griev,' I hal t 11101 I lit i' air t heir srh11ul let !tbo towels /"al il ot
Cedr: Kex........... ......... ...... 1.15 .\. MAnivo i Albany\ ...... ....................... I I.'H'' I'. MLeave 1. :Still this "-,1,1.1 i. ,:'trl..IHI ; da\) :< 11'\ WII'II'I'Illilhll: with those cold, Wll'l" containing ot
ua Caim-sville; ........................ .s.ll .\. MLeave Tallahassee-: ....................... 3::1 t i r" M. \ tind, in sumo far. \Ihht, to-morrow. i, ," l.aili.1 l'I""a.J..I,1: I tbe iviidine'ss: with sugar ; It them remain ten minute'hehorl'
Clailll.: : .\ ll'a1,h1(1'( I IL: I If!, June.)...... !11.11.1 1. 1.paI.tkl'\ Pity ......... ................. :a!:-Vi 1 .\. MLc'aveMt. I Is lo\c, mils, and .do' '1 t' dicam we- kl"w it, phrases tukb the* lane' .v. rlcarnntl bright, 110 piilveri/od borax 111'
Leave Wald, ............................... !>1.1.) .v. M 1.I'I'in' (Canto.......................... I It:IS .v. 'I. liound; with nil our luarttiiinjs.. all nor without the | -wllkl 1'JII',1 to, or 1I"wl- wash water, very little* { and no ".,11.
j .\ Italdwln..........................12.17! )I'. MLoave ,1. Lc.iVi'Olustoe\ ...... ......... ......... ...... .1ln.t: MLenve 1. nwll :! edge of meanin is (bis habit tin,tiff ,i".1 "nl. I (he
Jacksonville* Cum. 1 Uouto.lL15) v. vi 1.I'I'il' Samlc-rsoii...... ................... 5'JO:: .v. vi 1. Any cold slid, cruel drwn mav, : (hoit which, MI .lh'l loads to; I listless ,and fruitless thin '\ .lemon,'one'1H"j; 111.1
( Loavo D.nbvvIllo) ....... ................. .i I.i: A. MLoavo 1. : ovcrlhiowii.duly > the boo) "leader I'ill'111111111 I 11
4 .\ Ikildwin..............I 12..o: :: i I'. M 1. ? -'hall'I'I"\.1''I''mtl'4I. : ni I! l'I''llar "l'I.i" ,! se half IIflrlr. 1111 n wine-glassful! of water fur
Ualdvvin: \ ...... ...... ................. i 11:11: 1 v. MLeave .. is by to ,llt..tI t then take\ nut the bmoiipeel .
Leave ISaldwin. ..... .,................I2.M: I r. M 1. 1 : White IIi u.. 70"; .v. M I. the dead: I heart fob>ake us IIH'r, vu"lhfll 1 pupil 11 11'al"reading 111'011101|p51rntt l-like, linl'I'1, and i I lsixnnt'nunrt'nfbntter'sitis* ; i I :small
Arrive Portiandiia'I: : :\Lau r. M. I .lrrivc.IalkY11tlcillc......... ............ 7in.t.: M J.I ,. l.\: '(' that to doath'o ro 'all'I'I'IH": tied, his book! ,I"WIIllholuh those* \' round I ill thosaucepan
Lea\e re-rnandina, ....................... .':5.15 I'. MLeave ]I.* thus COIIM-I'iitt'Il' I ours fonder; ,' 1IIII\.il.. are and I '"UllliII Hour' ; stir. 11"1 I '
1 I'.iunswick;. ........,...... ......... S.IHIP.i l vi I., I I On Mail ami l 1'xpie-ss: Train sloeping\ I ami'ar"I .\lul no <.baiiire c-an I'ol iii c if our .III\ !lqlll'III'lta.'y"hll'I : to the siuiplilie-d upiirobon- ; it ba- I"il.1 ; u minute, nnd 4
,i i' Arrive Atlanta. Trains: to (Ce-dar 'I',1'allli :South of \Ikdcl- IhathlhrnnelcnolsYln, II\'al.IIily. Ibis .same "I I. -,'l' that the, goiiroons | n.iiunrt of ranbcriio, put Into I balling\
win daily except Mimlay.; And I, to P.. e our treasure's" : c laims I them! nil I.Itdoj" .< "haJit.ll.fairy: tales: do not ilivottsiiseeptiblo eciain \kettle nnd pour halt'a pint of
FKUXAXDIXA: : ) I'XPKKsS: : :: ::, (Dvit.v.) : vv ntcr trth1.01 t Ibtilf'rtennlinuhsthenndtl

PKNlNsl'LAll:: IIAILUOAD: : \ Leave J.uksotivlllo: ..... .................11:15: : t. vi I., I -I "' Aunt' I'l'tntin' :oftbe language.minds '1..11 1 volumeof the .simple pushy'meaning!Isili'sirvini 111"11111'1 sugar, nnd boil for I'l minutes -

( \\'ntit\\ / > n'/wh.) Arrive 11th! vin ............... ............ 12.5o:!::: "p. M I.rl'in' I., espevial,I praNo In that while longer, Stir: with u :silver \\'II"I'1 ,
I.OIMI sot"rn.Leave .\ I'erii.Hulina.......... ............ .:::.lop. M I. 1:1 tO.11'l UJ'.l II.. manv: or its:.I the liighe-st lit spoon I and tlll'l Into wet /1"hI tl ,h\.1

Waldo Junction................ 1i.l"I.M.) Le-nvo Fernandina............ ............too::: .\. vi J. ( ,,1.II'di"II"I"I..r they aro inlcioting.'-whichvvas 11111 cold nnd. linn.I'uinli '
Leave llnvvtborno.......... ..-.......... 7.1" .\. M I. LeaveCalil! ) win............................. li'-ii t: I" M I. TIIK: (CIITIUK OK TIM: ; .rln.II'rit'II inihwu tatst ) ni aimc-d at i in tboselics *- !lush-Take there I ounces ofchoose
Arrive 1.0\1100..11.\i .............. .......... UO .\. M I. Arrive."lacksonvillo: ......... ............ :2'I5:: I'. M. c-ati'd loI'rl I timc-s -trution eif books.\ is ; cnmimini 1111 i. : The|sues'oss |of this II'tI'1: has : out in :small soiiaro' piis.cs, and set il \

I.OINU MIKTII. Passenger* for Feinandina. Cedar Koy doubt verv I1I1'ln" helps: to Jo11', 1111. excited nll'lIli"l among 11'IIII'N eivc-r to fry with a little piece of butter Whenvoiir'hte I
Loavo Locldoosa I ........................IO.IKI) .\. M. take this train.. No tiain fiom Haldwin t tu; in omo nieMnres 1 also: In the practice of tae c-ountry, 111. .111.t.t inquiries and possible Loavo Hawthoriu'......I0.4 .t. M. Cc-dar Kl' on lIl1tlar.C..SX.I.'I0t useful aits: and aeconiplNhnicnts ; hit they wants: the* "..I"1dl",1: Committee I\'I'nl'lIlp with Inl stud pepper ; pour tlll
Arrive Waldo .JIIIII'lioll..1.I! : I'. M. ; U.ildvvin with .\., (;i. ix1 aro not, (in any east': the piimary and nalii' have authnrizeli. their supply agent, Mr.ieorgo upon your e '. ; Mir 111,11,1 it into n sort ,
Trains from" Waldoto Locldoosa and return 11'.I.'F. 11. 1!:., for t; Cedar Key, ( 'lIilll,:<\'illl' nil sources culture1, and. in my opinion, ( A. lih. to flTi..h hose- books to of Ilin'nwl take* it oil' whole O\'n' i
Tuesday\ .1 Thursday and /Saturday.COXXKCTIOXH. and Fornandiua: ami all points: North and their v'i"\11 N: not I little apt. to I hoovcrratoiloven I. teachc-rs 111 eillicc-rsof utter communities. lion 1111111 not take l"rl'thll (''I.r
: : West ; tit LnkoCity Tallahassee, .\ ,, in lispst'hrunrheMut'aloluircnuutwItcrtltht'y : | Hc'iico tt may bo expected that miiiute.s.Cffinn i .
Savannah. anti all points: North andWos't: ;; 1'1'1 most: t indispensable. They are no the (Juiney plan," us developed in Huston: Fin.-Mako the* crust: the same as
.tTLt\TA.'ksunvillcwth: :$t. Johns Hivor 1'UII' I'rc'ulln'OWl' In any :sense they a re mere- will bo wi.I.I)extended.-- Tnlittnr.WISIONHIN sponge* cake and bake In four deep 'pan:. '
Close c'onnc'ction Is: made Atlanta.\ nn.; ,. MC.KLUOY cool 1 In two with knife- ,
j. s. Iv helps, itstrllmentMtoolitutu cvcItiii: tools: during the has l. Wht'l split a sharp "
to and from all points Kust: Wot and! W. M.'sns MusterTransp'n. tools, to year ) und till withereasl tilling ono pint of I .
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{ they Il'I
Northwest Ir'olllnrliliill sll'rn.\h'll ;pc'iidod I $:!/I I:I i nor ill.I. ..1", }
daily.AT /Suporintondent.JACKSONVILLE.I tbose, (' i rovi+ :1.111$111' milk cup of half cup of Hour,
both in
which I
_, 'whi'h have hl'rl.l: Ul. "Ullr. .
MVC-OX, uv., II.I' the milkis \ )
I Put in which(
has: telescopes: and micro.seopi's number, and "' 'rise state has ArftSHCIIM : two eggs. II 1111i" .
With Trains: for Eufaula, Columbus, I districts: not tiicluding the imlepeml- I Into ulI.thl'r hot water. Heat tbe sugar. f. .
Montgomery( Mobile and Now Orleans. : I.HO.\H.. : unimaginod won.h\ but the use of cut cities, which numhortwcnty-sevcn. The Hour and eggs together till they arc: light and "

AT PKItMMIN\: ,,\., 1."ITIR "r I.\x..1'IT.TI.I:1 ()"'KIC'K:, I. which ,11.11llIl'\'l'r tempt us to undcr ahae school! :!, ;a.t"t'i t ; tae uttondam-o Illo"th,111 when the milkboilsstlrln; : with t I''alit
With New York and 'Fernandina Steamship TILL\ii\ihKK: :, FLA., February : IKN O.) j f or to Iilh'.t the exercise: of our own eyes: during}llllltiollll'. ,:'. sd. Adding to this. teiispoonful of suit. Cook twenty minutes
Line from Now York on Wednesday, at On und after Monday, February 2, INN O. The ulllllll! projH-r : 10.'tO: u. in., and for New York on Friday" at iiasMcngcr,& trains of this road will run as: lul- aro not books, but Ii(I', l'x\'ch'II.( JKTsonul 1111111. the total number r.'II'lrllll rutc. This will fill four }I('S. Make thc pint of ''
-{.40 p. in.; from Nassau, N. 1'., on Wednesday I lows, viz : thllklnj. fl'I.IIj and ulillj.111 I proves to bo :'f.'IfSS'j.! (" I. (II milk t'/l'rlll and the half (cup of Hour ,,
: for Nassau: : N. P., on Wednesday.Vith PASSKXtSKU): (; : TllAIN-KAST H)1TXD. man Ihntl wi hUlk:< C'11 11! I\IY teachers c't.'l'h'llj In country districts: 1 : $.17,75lor seiint
\ (;('orda! and Florida Inland StoamIM Leave ('Iiattahu, etce..duily) at.... 2 It) r. I. gaps, (' much thud i is hU'lrte.111 111llh. 111 [1'111e' t.'ICht'$2'.72.. Hrrnil tinnerin- (lauif.-Twocu fir| of milk,
much that Is hut with
: >at Ct).from Savannah on TuesdayVedncs .. ... ('xt'n.1 : inadequate ; 1'heuvenlge salary paid to male h'lch/ in ono cup of dried hr.'llll'runh:4.: .
P, w; Leave juinry.. .... .. .. ... .. 3 J r. M. to work books butter
day, Friday and Sunday; for :Savannah:: on IAUVe'I'allahussee............. ...... 6Mi r. M. Olt living l'x\'ri'nc'l' em, arc the independent cities:l was: $. like ruin utibrtiketustill.
Tuesday I Friday and Sunday. Mtl: fall'ltol and to t ho tenshers -f-'tl l.W)-a 111'I.r'I"t'of suit und popper. Dry tin broad In u warm
Leave Montieello( ......... ... ...... 7 10 r. I. fl'llul.
With Charleston Steamers (St. .T/oi a and leaveirvenville.! .............. ...... 8 US p. M. 'ii.: 'Il yearly Illnl'l paid to ovcn.audthenroll lntnruthercuaroecrusth,. 1
City l\ilnt) from Savannah und Charleston: Leave (llliol................. ...... U :"ll! ,.. M.Leave "The jmrc-hment n'll, N that the holy river male teachers are ; In Iudll $1JMI ; In Ni11f them 1111 the tine crumbs which !
Wednesday and Sunday; for Savannah und Live Oak................ ..... *.' 15 \. M. I'rol which one draught shall take the Mineral Point-ami O: Charleston Monday ancFriday.\ Arrive $ .............. .... .A. M. thirst forever? (1'.1$ ,III, and In Milwaukoo4>:!. II.) Female cupful Put on to boil with L
With KI'lIl11l'rluTfI daily to and from :St. Arrive 'fhonut.vllle a\.lnlllh. ........... ....... (!t .V UI A. M.Arrive The quickening power of science only he teachers received In nine* cities $.(00) and upwards the Ilk und onion, boll ton or Hftccn minutes j .
Mary's Ju., und Mt'tuli-wt'ehly( to und from ... .....10(itt A. M. ('al know, from whose: own soul it 'gushesfree. ; in Uaclno $AIN), and In 11\lIlkl'c th1 odd one tablesMionfiil| of butter I

:?'1. Mary's River Landings.: : Attire latket'ity.............. ..... :: .,. M. ." $1,'lln. 1"I'rlltll.I'lit'hltilrll. 1111ul:4: and "('nHIIII Skim out the onion. Frj
AT .B\LHWIM FIA., Arrive Ualdvvin............ ...... (::.\. M. This is expresses: !, no doubt, somewhat ina the* need I> 1 Ild lorc permanent the course .'rllll'u light crisp brown in one ,
With Train for Live Oak.'fllllaha..:Sve, and! Arrive Jacksonville......... I...... 7 A. M I. poeticti] fashion, 'but It contains a great f'ld.., tae grading of (country) tllhll'sJIHHfulof( Iltt'r, whih1: all points: in Middle and West Florida. Arrive Fernandina........... ..,... :II 40 I'. M I. general truth. .\1 I treatise on mineralogy schools I le I t h." general Institution of before the !. Stir over
Arrive (;Saincsville .,......... .' ...... SOI- p. st. can convoy no real) .scientillo knowledge I ton ; township system In I place of the districtMu. n hot lire for two minutes, being .'lf.ful not t
AT UNIIUNN4A rlj\.| Arrive Collar Key ......... ..,. ..... !!30 I'. M. man who) bus never t.t'l u min'rl. so 1yl.i.ii has be-on studying tlipmihjcct to lur C' ver tl breasts of the rtu..t bird* "
With Steamer Alphn for all ]POil1t.i an.1laJlllin '.\ ';Smm HOUND.Loave neither! can ,works of literature und 1 ootry,' of the musical Instruction given In with it, :t

on Orange laike, on arrival of Peninsular JUl'klOI 'fU.\S-wJ-'r.... tt.... 5 :'M: I'. M. hl..trul the II'f'se'holar whl Is ignorant tat! I tary schools mi the (.."thwII. und rehi.n'-tl 1i'rpisp /.'(/.'/.' }',/ .-I aw aery go. d IIr.rllll'l'lt .
Railroad Train. Leave Fernandina........... .....10.TO A. M. tli.! nor ll..nur.1 on music him who has no the Ilritish )Kducation: Department that then* for keeping eggs: at u I'rlcndV
,AT h; ilINEXVILLE;, FL.'., I"'a,'"( iaincaville........?, ...... I t W2 .\. M. sounds, jmr gosK-l| sermons IdIHIIf'l'Ut three striking |IN.lnt:4: of difference hOt"l', tlor time Hliictund it was ho aimsplu
With. Statie Line'for: (b'cala'uiid"Tam'pa on Leave. Cedar Key ........ ...... :'M A. M. : him who has no .I\"ton in his soul I from those of Grout Ilrltain : First, and pruc.tI'hln that I ought to lieu gen-
Monday[ 't Wedicsday and Siturd.iy I from 1"ILl' ISaldvvin. :................ ....... 7 1M*) p. M. or purity !In Ililfl'1 which the scholars remain lo.gor In, and tire moreregular ruI11I\WJ. was a,net of shelves two
< k-ala und Tampa\ Tuosday/Friiluy and Sun Leave Luke. City ........... ....... U) -40 I'. M. ('O/(' from 011'/ indirectly, by Fe.lleetknl in their uttciidunce on them, than in 1111 eight Irises between the
day. Leave". /Savannah ............... ..... 4. :M P..M.Ixaive and by echo ; truoknovvloelgcgrnvvMfrom Knglund ; 1( 'IIII. the utiiMUnt of f'lu'hll" 111\. They were made of hard wood
AT CEDAR KEY, )'L'., Live Oak............. ... 'l 15 A. M. I I living root in the thinking' soul ; und furry brought to beur IIMIII| (th1 is: ; ,, 1.IKIII'unll round hulas liored withan
With Tamiia Steamship' : Co.'s Line (for Ix-uve Mu Tampa and >Ianatoe Mommy and Thursejuy, Leave ireenville............. ...... t A. M, it take by living assimilation: Into living eagerness to leant are generally exhibited by ilozen a Vgs. The eggs Wl'r Hot wih tn
at 4 m., 1U1dJ for KW..t: 1 SuncLiy and have..3tlaltleeJlu ............. ....., 5 00 A., M. organism, not by mere borrowing.I Continental than by English children. Ho small end down, MI tl yolk <' Itt
Thursday p. ut m. 'Arrive 'rllu1asl''..:.:.!.. .....'.'7 Ot/X.( v. twr.forc earnestly advise all young men believes, however, that the no-called! 'natu nettle against the nhtll. linlyHald "
With the United Op.} States und Havana Fast Leave" Tallaha" ............... ....... 8 .' /A. M. to ('0111"1'(their "tn.I"I. ns huh us |>os- I ral" musical jmwerof the 1:1J\IJ: |xsiile' is haul I kept W six Jtutal in thu mannerfwrfwily I
Mail Steunlvr.trbsirn! fur Key West, Havana Leave (Quire........... ..... .,....10 0s A. N. sidle by direct Oh l'r.ation of fae-ts, and not to that of the ( ( of anyother ; the free crula.
'ubii, on arrival of Special Train every Tuesday Arrive Vhattahooohee...... *' ...1 30 .\. M.lOSSJl'IS8 by the mere Illh."tlll of statement from |iNr1le., If the greater musie-al fecunditv (ton of aIr around them WIU very ,
.f Nb. A written with the
afternoon at ".30 in. From Havana, : > u/ful "'I of the ierman nation bo adduced as: Plil there was no danger of cracking' the
Cuba, and i Key West p. Saturday. Si-{ At 'Live ( tht 88'alluh. title, low to Olll'r,,'. The-wo thrt"tlr.l" evhdrmro the must bo borne ,'a"411 wtt.| '{1\''in my mind'as thing
might ox motto to guide ns in the
r ('ial train to connect.;" Florida und Western Hallway to and Jrom "erc ( in mind that this fecundity is of recent well worth remembering.
most important part of our early education growth, and in its turn to be but .
With Steamer fur ( the all Eastern and may prove
Eutrntriie joins: on tavallah. all Surhl'rli. i
-a I part, unfortunately, only t/NI .
/1Jh .
Suwannee: River' on Thursclaya: at U a. m. \'t'ter '. All the, are 11.I'.t'fl temporary.AN "To Tslrr.1)wri SILT BK TKCK."-Just be 4
For information respecting routes, rates, At Lake City daily with the Florida: Ct'l- valuable, Ilturnlll.'ll't only us ). Iurtl'II"rl' ( amendment to n school hill authorizing honest with YtuJIr and then you wi tic
etc. apply to tral Kailroad to and from JUl'buu'ie.ll. with the most Ilt rich various, und Ix-au- the election of WOUII to the Cincinnati honext with k And when get
A. O. )!MAcUONKLL .\uJutne. Pulatka }: } :, ant Lutl- tiful II furniture, but as teaching |eople that School Hoard was recently proposed in the to I be honest with yourself, my MOD, you will
( en'l Ticket and Pa-j. Agent.I .St. Johns Hiver. 'most useful of all ml, how to usethelrcye[ *. Ohll Legislature ''an 1 joke.. The Senaten IHJ lulrl1t1 l to find what I good fellow you l
_.. !.. K:.3LAXWELL,, Gen') SUI. __ 21 At Baldwin daily with the Atlantic, Gulf It is a astonishing how much! we all get about! ( Itrr mood adopted It. The House not are. like yourself. You wl want
and West India Transit: llailway to and from with our and I yet seeing 'nothing. funny at the time, objected, and the to shake hand with yourself and |pat your-
TilE FL.OKIDA Fernandinu, Haiulvlt. Cedar Key und This is becausethe( (open organ of ,vision likeot her result ".I that the Huatf retreated (rom its self on the hack, and cull yourself "old
with It'UIt'nt Key W\1t andHavana. organs, r"iull training ; and by lack of -mition the II the School bluntwar I )," and be.., on familiar, friendly "Tom
raining and the lavish ;( < ontook shut on women again. "'llr.ln. it U I und.Hi" term with yourxelf. Hut nulongan
IMPROVEMENT; COMPANY At Chatahouda'l three times weekly with Ohio unwed! cri- nut fair and and honest
TOWS *, 1'lm.dull and slow und ultimately i supjMKHcd Itllm /t | "lnll,1
the l'l''l 1/1 Central LillI Uab to ncapuhleof exert'i>inx it.natural fum,tons unity in wllol to KngUuid.: to Jassaebuesetts ( with yourself, tut long an yourself L
and from Columbus, }:Kufaula Fort It[ tlnwe therefore, l oth in Hthool and to I dozen otbcrStates of the t'lion a prombe on the lint of January, "ld Lrel
.\tla'hl'ulu.) and other River laindingM. and ( ItJIt.reganlesl primary, that whi\IN| unit women of good education, it on the "''lll. you will hute Yur .you .
IVruaiidiuu, o :loant Sleeping und Parlor Coudct. teach 'fI\tt. j h to know a what they are l'I/1111>ens-,and busliucscap.!ity to have will Meek any mM-iety t4i avoid the rebuke of J
WI.ulrl'ultl Lucas! Patent, run daily l>.- wcinganti young to>sc"I.'what they otherwise would IIlt voice in lists ..Iumti/ their IJ" your own presence. Ho, I Jingoist to ,
Towns on II. R. Line, tween Talaha'and Jwkxnuille.2r ail t4, net Among the most ttcautiful and daughters, (May. lie honest with yourself(, and if
i tiUl', sure connettion, iterfectafety. maile on the tint of January
you any proiniMti
ot awiologv nuineralOggctingyelicits.
And Cedar Key. I KIMJAH: VMCT any, and the One A KIIVHP frlII', vOIlerti what wa the .lll.k (to them If you have to go out of
i Jtf 3laster Transp ortatiuu. >try rf'I..t I r.a Highland l'rawIIK. and uii so of the fallrt t.hilrt'n in our widely and live in I cave. Keep tht.u. if
artl. lanv (X'Ufinl se'hools tl gis : picked up "a
break truce hundred limcijaduv. Ik-
ou a
ontineiitul tour have 'been rendensl compuratively y & I
NOTICE OF IXC'OKFOIIATIO.V ittlo volume defining New ofStudies
Umn middle' of
lit awl the
Honest with by I
I. OF THK FKHNANU1XA AND J.lK.1HOSLU I u'- .', to yetung |> "Jt well for the of the City of )'UIN'U bo '
drihicrII in their b I waka merely from the want } l"aMil.I'huCI June you and your ('HI'ItIwi tutMilitflcd
and Purchaser : I of
Ufl'er to I -es large I'\SY. trooklyn u.I\l.ll.v\ l"uII. 1'hu1. with each 1 1
I you
of little in thcr.e uthlr walt
a elementary ,
and desirable \ OF AN ACT OF THE kllwll'tllt tU. and"Wih IIJtMI'tIIII.y I to run for, 1'rwident.-liurliuylou JI'twkeMe. J
numl>er of the nun-t eligible By'THOIT "dl'n.t of cl"nutiol.-J./u"IUd jI"rl-j" I I .
the rtateuFloridaen, I HII rllttwll'lt" preHiimubly
Lit", suitable fur Jlunineiw: Pur"Itol't', or for titled ".\1 act to provide a general law for O.HK healthy sign of a .coming n"'I.lutl/l I 'Instruction, A. this vohimo wax l'UMil'j I "Turaet" slue fried, in an excited ,vuicv f
4) f' IUidences the Incoqioration of Itailnwuls 1 andC'unaLs," I in IluMlllutt'N is the thorough frnkl' list of tt'dln. and J.rtltrt1| | Iyal otHcial .1 uliould like to know what'sketastteo(
City or Suburban and approved) February 1!', 171, notice is w.ise with which they I I high I jMinition, the critic e*|> to Hntl that I wat it up Uil the counter
F I hereby given, as required. by Mid uct, that I are di' ou> od by the new>|"iKT<. A fewytarago I.r it the niot prcs-Jse. and l correct tIItI.: when alulrl I l'It in, and Ifur, I could' turn
ITOX EASY TERMS.Ulxral company bus leen iormed under the haml numt public journal mentioned, I. 1f. result of J.i. rtu.ll) lt given mund I I'l juuualll WI tlly" Mondaythat
of the Ilax.txltaAAxtIJtR"ay1LLeltbtlr! the school! *yt.tem oulv to glorify it, and of Hrooklyn, Il tle shape of 1 num. f I 11.1.1 for'tl" "What kind
Discounts on Value allow ed to KIHV COMPANY invettteel with all the .chool autwrtt of all gruilen. in r'AdiuA: her of absiml gramrnutii'ul, ('error qnoteel of an umbrella WI' naa'ashr' asked the
right 1JJH.nt, privilegi1*, and francliiHconferred -* i t them, wtre only continued in .lil..1| l I from the volume. What Its ntmpiler Ji\l I I | in his h11141.t t me" "A aplct.
engaged in manufacturing or induatrial to about it i fit not known i INlttt'ltrk i
parties yet
l ujxni (companiex formeel under I wavy. There ha been a whul..m. say undnjian o&w aIUlhlm.
enteniri, who will erect on the proptrty aid uct for the purjioso of constructing, '! and I a change WMl'l TI dlalll'// TIIK: Kindc-tvarteik ystem has In-come sit i the uger rtNUI. YUUUJ'IUUI/haltl
maintaining, and ojitrating a I tail' road for with no undue "111 tllt to \ I 'n NII.ular in St. Louw that the ...Jlf.) unit und a' Like th. one yourhrutlwu'ansfurlnstance
J.unha..1 fub tautial iiuprovementM public u in the conveyance of person and forem<. in bringing The J'JI'IJ.,. ,, petitioned the ttclutol Uiunl tIILtJta'e T" .$\k,.ttli ve!"

fur n' idence, or in which to conduct their proerty.. jtfiit / r/yrUoneof the journal w dish it in their w.b< oU. The aUlh'Jritt' are Ihu t.ululu.l. Andonemight lhuigld
The stun line of raid Itaire] .l will ('JtiJ of lucational |IMiists are usually how ti. 'comply) tMI ro- .h. & Irl..nt| rather than her own
bti>ine H.JXlllTKMKXTS. about twenty-one stiles in length ; will be wise, thoughtful and practical. A recent \'J"itrll .itl spick and "| Hiig gingham," with its "iv'ryJuaseik"
TO MANUFACTUUrKRS ernl truettr1)'ewten} u {>>int oil {be Atlantic, number contain these; brisk .utef.t: ""The quet. tlutehed fast in her'hand. $ht
Cult; and Wtt India Transit IalroJ. in meeting of whool .ui erintendent( TIIK 'f.u. \ I'1u"l .and Mechanical u>II'rel up like a UnigKV window and
: by exemption for a term of yean from Nassau t'Ounty. and the tit. at State at HarrUburg will probably follow tM"1 ("olbye hues \ *stanltanl and U se.purttrl went tiff amid unintelligible excuse tbC
or about the city of Ja'buu\Il and will usual protitles routine for urh gat"tr/J ( to L.inwlering. The of never felts. iJuteml in all her born ,
taxation, offered by the several cities and jut** through iiart>of t Naaauand made and provided. The lint of|Irlll the literary dt'ltrrelll U reasonably high, a* she told Jemima Ann when he guthome.

tovuu. Apply to Duval. J. N. HAItUIMAN, prwenU-d b a full sue and even if everyman New JERSEY now ha .a State schoolfund ._
I). }: MAXWELL. get time to have has | i er ay, there I of'1i/U'J The metric sy"tem U .
- Z Oder cur, Death A;: 7th .t.., Fernandina. i* no 'I at alt left for theconniderafion of taught al tJe l.hol. and corporal IJJIbwent How v rR mui-h a pawnbroker' Ihul' may

to j'rtt the inwt"" Jjnj.-jrtant Cl.IC.and the whole \b aLJlbb\ latw. b t-ruwdi-d, I h always a k>anum.I 111" '



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LOCAL Ri.I'1LLCrr1ONS.; food ,''dl'/,'('. -- I 'ployed.'Through;' I; the-courlosy;, 'of-J. I It!. lelwe. 1i.lLLu1'1"I'I.OItil.1 :: r IVinfrr SH HI IH7J! unitUEORUIA ISNO.

In shipping timetables he 1'/1'1'111' in picking I the purser\ : we were !shown over the ship '
-- /lllIlll11l'ki,, have the quality us even aspossible. and Wl'rl'trlJl.k: with the beauty of her inMde : MM:. -- I'I
To CtH'rrftHinilcnln.Girrcfjmnilciits If !! linish: and (he nir of (''comfort which peryade" ( : : AND: ) FLallll.1NL.1111'1'1.i :
you place !small; stuff
nml JH-I-KIIIK Imiinijwith ; lnt..illt')!,' amongthe | her cabins and staterooms : not onlrI i --- ,
ttiin large samples\ !I, you will get the I price ofthe j I in this hut In every particular everytiiingkarrtngu.I f fI I : iIlo.1'1'OMl'1' :
iMifirf trill )> dirrrt to 1'IMRIII> \ I __
IP inferior. Do justiceto your agent, and I / to render the. passage. one'of coin- I (Iht11 IIrcct I.iiic to X."or', ;
;MtitKoii J''triiniiilinii, Flu. I I tort and) TIy11l-11I)1'Ll: : ( : ) :.
If he does do : on fit .
I, not ju tire to you you have : ,
mail line, made, her. first! trip about the :a'th j ; ,. Ilrriinlitr M.NoSKASICKNKsS U;!/. ....
cause of but -J ToH"f llffirt;! Tuinlnif.
complaint in too !
IluRII'sH Ofllce.We ; many: casesthe January mid from that time .until now I I'I : .-- !
intrc rxtnlilitJird? n lliitincft Offirc nt t1r shipper I is most, to blame. Cucumbers: I"I'1 carried 1 I II I W! (Ii iiNt-eliiss. p.rsu: arr.: Her I "
should bu picked "t'\'NIIItI1l before is forty lirst-class! passengers: : mid : : :: ( No ::.\ II.HEI:
( ? : I
Joe oj/irr// 'I tender flit clmnjr of ..1/. II' / 11W/,, ) shipping the .W
.Ir., ,dll'iII ren-iee KtilincrijilinH, ii'lirrtini'iHi-titf, wiped' caicfully wrapped'! in paper: !, ami( ) I of this success I line.: thus This far: ship a:< ufcs leaves! the Cedar periiinneney' Key for I'm Is hri.R' $J'fA.i .. j jI

unit other well packed I. taking! care to have them of aneven Key West. and : ... l
furors fur the )ft HI:'JII, nml irtut itl- Havana ('\'l'rTIIlI'I1:1: \' I -... ,
I/"y. // '
-, __._ _. h__ Tomatoes, should! he just: turning when they every: :Saturday morning, when a special fast. \\ :: : Ti\AS.: :: I 1J iJ..hliIIA .. "..'...
train .
fakes her mail 11111l'a..l.III."I.1"I\ to the \ <::;I. U"' 01I...
Inlm'H Ihtr. I .
are picked' in
wrapped .1.--
paper! I connections ;:; .
of .
other roads to all ial.t" of the ,
9 'Dr. Baldwin telegraphs; } : from Washington !small crates. Peas and beans should. never country.The | j CITY OF Al'STlN, .;,: -M .>...._.:...-..:... .:: ",.

/ tliat the committee recommend $l 12 i.oon/ for;, gathered:: when wet as he least. moisture. I next must: important. line of steamers i I TUB: ocn:\1I\:4: j

the St. John's bar. :spoils' them In I the crate.-Ayrirutturltt.' \ the is the( 'tinf'Hi Morgnn line There are two of these. I (CITY OF DALLAS. "CITY (OF) RRIDO!: 1: : i'N:'
and the Mnripin. 'Ihev are elegant 1
\ ; vessels! built of iron, with sl-U-wlu-cN} \. HTIAMII: : : : OF THIJ.1:: IrIL1.: I'al't.Jn) IN: FiT/.r.Eiti.n.
Vatr.We )ht. M. DOW.MCY; one of the oldest and t.i'''tefully painted. without and llnMied: with: .1.\. lca\c Fnii.t.MitNKVKRY: : : THl'RS-! :: "DAVID (CLARK.: "

learn Unit n fair will) In- held in, Hi- 1 most respected: ( merchants our city, we in in the very best' : of tai-to t and style. It wns U.I1'N J\\ YORK ; and from NEW YORK, (Captain W.tut-.

i hernia Hull, mi Center :street, in this: city, on learn, will leave on the :2"ith fora. visit to his our pleasure, : to go aboard the\ ( il/m! in Pier.11 I'lorida: East:.": River. KYKRY': : FRIDAY) fir. After undergone-e.\tcn-iti': : : repair-.
,v Monday[ mill Tuesday evenings, tjie proceeds native land, (,'u'u1 Erin. Sf fr. 1 Downey I tins. command form the of W. P. JI'lIrr.'l'of'this did not I : Lin(>.,p.having) no trau-lVrs to make are now in FIRST-CLASS: :: ORDER: : in i-tc-ry
acquaintance: .
to devoted to the erection "I'tI t Ro- been for twenty-seven years engaged: in business of the captain of the Ailininil gntlenlan.trthat ; but I between Jacksonville. mid l'YOI'k., nffers ilepartineiit; and will pi'rform; the

hum f Catholic Convent. in Florida and has probably been in judging them' by their hale the ln'-t: and cbeapi-t transportation' to Flor : : :
: ; pursers we no ida. ONLY: I INSIDE: ) : h ROFTE: ) :: :SERVICE:
d"IIIlllIlt they \'('greatly 1101,1111 !
business for a longer period than thcIt'a s.:
} lilcrchant -
nay ) will
laude M. H'oml. lire of a voyage in'thcir/ "I'd I'''. The purerof : receive .special; cure in hand IlI'hn'1Ia1111I1all- : : and Florida connectim)_
The steam tUg Annie; M. IIWZ took. lire nt in the State He has: erected in our the Jllnfini, :Mr. T. II. Ku. k. was an e.cecdingly \- ling. at :Savannah: with the liMclas'Stcainliil'of -
y city one of tilt best hu-inesi: : buildings C. and i ; .pleasant. young! gentlenian t : and I'ASSKNUKR:: : ( : .\( '(ACCOMMODATIONS: :, !: the Ocean ( '0. t for, New York
l-1 the wllarl'Itll Tuesday night, and would has invested largely in real estate. We shall indicated hhi;! nianiiers' that it was a pleasure ; : FIRST-CLASS.I : ; ( ::: al-owith I'liiladclphi.i. Baltimore: and I'm.

have been totally destroyed: hut for the timely 1 be glad to hail Ins, return to the city to speak of his shill| and. to extend! any The (raveling public are offered theadvantage ton Steamei-s.: :
assistance' given l hr I the AHnnllm*, which sent! courtesy' within his, power. This vessel, 1 Taut: : / :* DIRKCT) LINK:, W1TIIOIT 001X14 sht'1hi.m .
:- boat's i carry seventy' lirs-t-class'passcngcrs: and give ANY: CHANiKS.( ; (Connections made nt ,, ;,{ Cla1-
crew and scuttled. the steamer. She Mu.[ UEroxKThas: replaced tll'Orllllg'(' trees them ; .
r. lirst-t-lass: : aci-oniiiiod.ilions.: Her regular Jacksonville! with all steamboats: forIII l.uuveSatau11ah.llondaylleruuonfhur:: : -
lies near her 1111I.1nt: foot of Broom ttrcct, around the Egmont: Hotel which bad! died schedule with the J/',"!/,,,, is to leave on tin St. John's' ()t.klaw aha.. and d.iy Afternoon.

:t and. we presume' ran he got tip and rejiaired. out We are glad to see our citizens i interested : New (rleaus) every Thursday morning lour Indian\ Rivers: mid with the Transit: I Railroad : Arrive Fcrnaiidiiia'.Tuiisday; Evening: ; Friday

I -' in planting trees on our streets. With a Key Saturday morning Key West: :Sunday; nt Fcriiandina for all railroad :stations Itcnuiir.! i .
I. Church Services To-Morrtnr. evening: arriving at Havana Monday morn in Florida (.'if if of /:ri'I',"'"'// -
1 { little care ami attention our town will become ing. Returning, arrives! Cedar'Key every Leave :-: \' ; ...'fuasday.lfferutstn-attn.' ::
l.nF. Dr. J. II.
., \ :*: Myers, ntII noted for the beauty of its :streets\: and Saturday morning, leaving 1 for, New Orleans: FRKKMIT: AND) VASSKNciKRLOWKR :::: : ;} I\TE.: : day AlU-rnoon. vArrive t
I o'dock a III., niiil 7:30:: ) p'. III.i the charm of its! shade trees the same evening. TherelTe two other vessels : ) : TIIXX ltv 1 INDIRWTtrTh ( 1,1N1>: :. l'crnamdina.\Vc.lnes.lay: Morniiiu. 1

MI-THODINT-Itey..1..Itkins, at It o'clock( which run from New Orleans: via inter :Sunday )Morning.

a. Ill., and 7-50:: p. in.ROMAN THE steamer: ely of! Austin, from New 1J1l.tiUt101'1"\, this .point. and Havana ; two ./? rough': ; l Rates and l Dills of lading .Irrty-Jac'ks.ttrvillc.,1Vcdatt\ 'sdav: Noon.Arite .
Ii that .ply between here' and various: points: on to all points.' : I'alatka..1Vedncsday I ; ( Evening: i .
{ { :'I+, CATHOLIC-Rev. .1. O'Boyle, at York, and ('l'ff of! Italian/ from Nassau, of the Suwannee Rixer the, !*"//,,, and r.ntrrj'fi's *Scmners::( < of this Line ..aill1irt'l'I from

\s. 10:30: a. m,, end iau: < i'] III. the Mallory Line, came in Tuesday 1111I1'11III "-; thence fro in hl'I'I''ill :Manatee: and FKRNANDIXA) to NASSAT:::: N. I'., under lioixo XOIITII.
:; I'hC'OI'\I-n\ O. P. Thackara. 11 Tampa.. the (\irfirnn, l.hzie llriiilrrsvn and contract! with the llahamns; : (iovcrmncnt, City ", llriilii'tinilcavi ; /-
J;' lilts'tit..,. The schedules: of which, we are 1I1I.11I1'I'lhl'( only :steamers that land at the ? Palatkii.............Thlll'l la\' Afternoon.Leave .
1 cluck a. 11I.,1111I14:101'::! '. III.t Jacksoiitille: .............Thiir-day Night.
t __ Cn" "'('MJW"d('11('('. not informed. pier' in Nassau.R. : ;
.. List The Floral Fair of the Middle[ Florida. \\'(! speak' thus: largely of these lines togive i w. sorrmvjrK.] Axvnt.Fernandina., Leave: FcriiaiidHia..Siind.iy.'t.op.m.j: : :! Friday.
Of ItlHHetlUet'H.1'er !some i"c'lIl1f the IIlIIltllllt of travel and Savannah..Monday: : Morning; Satin-
steamship. City of JJII"/';' Miss I, M[ Agricultural Association, was held at the freight that nwessurily pifst.. over the \Vi' >t j' C. MALLORY: ) & CO., day Morning.Ittiritl .

Ilarker1ry: II Chapman.I Mr and Mrs: C fairgrounds near this city on the Mth and ]India Transit: Railroad: and. the importance: Pi-r211last I : I 1: : Rider: New Yi..rk. :2-t tf t 'l'k-
)th III :
: on
", (Dewing, F. II Reynolds: Ih(\ II Thomas, Mr : Key. Already 1I1I'lht.tol.1 and telling I Etcniiu.: .'. I

f ., and Mrs I A (I Ilesslcin, O B 1'urmly, 0) WMeKinney lay, and it was cool 1. cloudy and windy on on the .prosperity;' ... ff' this I hcautiful I i are citv.Ijots I..cuun.'XU HAVANA Arrite Savannah.\Vcilnesd.iv: :Night, :Satin-: :,

:) [ J T Wilson Fred Rcn-tlc;; Mrs( : II[ yesterday, which }prevented many persons: arc few in number and c.xi-ccdinpiy '\irF.KKLY F.ST1.11.:\ :SKRYICI-J.: : : : day Night. .
high and in thcuearfutilrwhen :Mr. Yulc'e: on-III: both trips: Smtli and North,
from :
of lowers
attending. (
It Saunders. J 11 Haunders and wasruly
: son nurse
l' ,
will have flllh',1c'nJol'('" hissehrnts. happy' I the David (Clark/ will l'ill1l1t all way landin.
r i .Capt' W Larkin, MrsE: Murphy: anti dlllll.t grand, the IInest I ever saw. There will be the man who holds: a building lot fJ" All trips tcrminathi; and starting: ; from. r

t I IKS I Remscn, (' Hem-en: Mr I and Mr W T vas a great vrriety and they were nicelyirningcd. life The whole appearance a of the nth, has Fernandina: : connect with Transit Railroad: .

I II) Stewart:: Sidney :Stewart; Herbert!, Stewart, I Ou'la) ly exhibited a hl'lt.1IIa.h 1 1entirely been changed in a lew years. There is an 'I 1 ; l\preYs'1'rait' to and 1'rom Jacksonville: and
f : \ I there with Mctiincrs to ami from all landings:
mntorhusincssthri ft mid rl
: ami : : r1'J1I'rllll'r"1' ''t'r.
i Percy' Stewart, Fr'II'I'itkIewllrt: :: OMiianStcw'art. of (lowers., There were n great. variety ity most plea-ing, he-hold.\ ;Many of the old ..-.SAL_ _. __ i on the >t. Johns No to and from (iaincs-

l ii ;\' t ,W 11 Larkin.{ of gardenegetables on exhibition., w'ollll11hulltil'e: : which!'II'I I to' mar the fair ........:\r.;; I Il'l'rlirllll..l \'il'ul"l. ( "I'. '('1'. Tickets: are
/* _i_ ? The cabbage, Irish 1Ntntues nmliiiiny face of Ita111'1'1 down to I and froll the ahotrpoint
I h r | rutabagas: nature, ; \ pulled nlltlrl'.llIl'.1 by t thu 111'\\/111,1 tlrlllg-1 ul
Fine paUelribfen. wi th houses / up- I l wlllI Steamer I City Brid/iton
? other vegetables cannot be excellednywhere concrete Y 1I1I1I'"f I whit hnreiniposingstruetiircsniid ADMIRALidcwh'ccl .
1.illl..11I'alll..hl": i (: )I.IU''lIrtlillr I. runs through between :Savannah: and 1'alat-
,i We have ('(shown some very fine beets: Th'n'l.rt.. several btalksof I gmmnearn : lianulsoua'ttnish. / to the following/ schedule : ka. ." have the choice of going

t ;' f ,. tool rlltnllll turnips, raised by )1 1'. Morphyon In silk and tassel. The receipts for both The city, 'and also the has}people largely who increased have: lately in l l population come 1 t ( Leave t (Cedar from Key Savannah on Tuesday leave, : morning.(1'assenjHrs t / i l I bv 1".1.1111.i Fernandina and Jackoiiville. -
; : by :steamer .
Mrs.( Clark's place 1 about four 'miles! from I in cultivated'
:. lays only amounted to about sixty dollars are highlv; intelligent pro City of. Itrhlcton.:!; nn :Saturday. 4 p. III. LeaveFernandinn For Stnte-RiMinis: all other
town. It I N: a matter of surprise' to if that rt''IITher' (' are several business firms Ti'kd.111
It wns expected: that there would be a great or Jacksonville by'1' Railroad !
]artii'iilars: npply to till ..1gcntsan'I
which will mnk with the best t of beautiful li.l"wllI
I I vegetables are not planted more extensively: uany here from Kast: Florida, but only u and who will and your train Monday morning), Arrive litK.y Otlices : '
city, are now competing
I III .this vicinity. ''Mrs.[ Clark's place is common very few came. with Savannah for tIll :grocery: trade HII'lInurl'lhll'West Wedne.-day cll': afternoon.JII..ruillrrh. -t' nt :Savannah: ", (lea-Ghee!. Bull nml Bryan Sts.: !
'1 land such titV .there thousands the "'C''It India Transit Railroad. O, '" opto.-ite| : and Seretcn House. t
pine are : Theuateropiuthtsrhnntb: badly injured! on : w- Returning: leave ]Havana[ Thursday evening Ft'1ltilla. I-'Ia.-\t t Egtnont: Mote 1
\ 'i of acres of in this vicinity. She hall had no hr the ru<2>vmJfiit/ Jacksonville 1'nion./ / Ix-nve Key We-t: Friday lIIornill Arrive and to ( 'apt. Jno. L. UOlllilat.hl Agent

difficulty in producing ull kinds of vegetables ions! will not !be worth lutrvtwtih g. The AI.L pl'flonsIIlL\'ill accounts with thoundersigmtl Cedar Key Saturday morning (and ratJarkstnville Jm'k-o/\'if: FII.- 011'r JI1111 Pine 1\\
and Feriiandin.i TranitRailroad j
in profusion, and has supplied' the Eginont : corn crop l looks promising.( : : are reiuested| to send the same for : 1 Saturday evening and at'Savannahby by:; ., Ticket. 'lllc'l. Drug A.: L. ;llungcrford. I.anphere -
Agent ; ,
Hotel ami the I"temlll'rs'MtllIg this The county: at present seems infested adjustment. on or before April 2l I. steamer ('it\'uf Hridgeton. :Monday morning .\ ('Jt. ,'.
port with the finest fresh vegetables all win with a set of men who call themselves It'('. Aprl7-lt Kgmont: hotel.lostOJJIce ), thus> forming the shortest possible: !si-a St. .1ugu-tlne, Fla.-On the Bay, h. F.
route between the United States: and Cuba.I'ASSAUK .
: \rl !
ter. who going around the
turers are through -- -
_.. _._
Palatka, Fla.-Lilienthal ,
: { RATES.Cnbiii.. I1.tht'I. ,
. 4 Frost. country holding late at night, meetings exclusively Notice. Agents. .
' amongst the colored people and Office JfoHn Vnnn 8dO: A. M. to 7OO: ) p. M. Err ur.ia,. OUSTAVE LEVE.
There was a alight frost at Jacksonville Mimej'( Orders and Registered Lepers from Savannah to Havana.........$32: : 00 f--&s: M fieiieral Passenger Agent.
and Transit forming l'aguc.'I-fir what purpose I do not Fernandina tollavarua...... 2000 38 ()X CJ
at along the Roiul
I lIe\'erI1111OInt8 >Y00>: A. M. to 1:00: p. M.; and from 2:00: p. M. W. F. BARRY,
on the 13th inst., but nu damage done to know. accidentally heard colored man to 3:30: p. M. !Bundays from 10:30: to 11:30: A. Jacksonville to lluvauai.I0){ 3.1.10' O.'lwr.lJl'cnt, Savannah
d fruit, vegetables., The cold weather has tell another in regard! to it the other night. ). mid 3:31)to4:30p.: M. & For ALDEN'S staterooms: Tourist and Otttces.Savannah tickets. apply to L}:\'E: J. N. 1.-\UtDIAS.

J ;j retarded the growth and ripening of vegetables He said all in his section was going to join. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS. CJa.-Corner Hull and Tirran 11 (' .

. )f hut large shipments daily made He lives on one of the largest plantations in Northern Jiff Arrives: daily at 10:30: A. M. ..............t.ou.. .11.. .A'All.. "u.......,4V.... .*.......".,,.*.. Charleston, NttvaiiiiHh A Florida
( '. JI 1 made the county Closes 3:00: ) p. M. Jo''rnullIlinagmont: Hotel. A. .L. MKI '\
: The new arrangement by the FreightAgents' "
SotUhern JIail Arrivi-s: 3:30: p. M. LEN, agent.JacksonvilleCorner.
Western corn is Helling here at one dollar TE'KET COMPANY.WINTER .
Convention andy Closes .
are operation, 10:0p: A. M. Ray and Pine streets\
bushel Hay at one dollar and seventy- St. Jlar 'r and Tradfr't 'fail- .
: the vegetable crop will receive u rapid distribution. per / A. C. LANI'HERE. .\ t'Jlt. SCHEDULE.
fi" live cents: and two dollars per hundred ,Arrives Tuewlays and Fridays at :::30 r. M. St. Augustine-On the Bay H. F. ARMSTRONG
I !; :In Georgia, Augusta reports heavy frosts weight Many of our citizens are having to Clones St. ,'fllr Mondays,,'I, Ua,,and o/l/g--Thursdays at 8:00: A. M. Agent._____. __- _n :20-tf 1'11 NEW IRON PALACE. STI.unn: '

in the beginning oCthe'wetk for three nights buy. This: should not be the ease.. Arrives tondays( and Thursilays at 8:00 A. M. NT. KAKY'S RIVER: ...-\('KET. NT. JOIIXN

killing off. the fruit and vegetables in that The orange/ fever has, at JI\'It. 'struck this Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: p, M. ,

section. The. damage. has been extensive. county, and more trees have been set out Closes" Tuesdays\'L'lln'JjtlafUlldSat'cla's, Wednesdays,at 9:00: A. M. r rI
t i" In-fore. Almost
this ueasen than ever every Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30: p. M.SAMU t

.The ,Northern Fruit'and Vegetable. man you, meet stems determined on having T..1tuDDEiL, I*. M. 1-

Market.. grove, .. -. .- .- ,- '
f'f }Ir. Burrell }o'. Jvc_,,. midur date of Philadelphia The dither of Mrs. C. J-::. Dyke, (wife of the MAKlffE. STEAMER: FLORA,

: April\ reports as follows: editor of the1 Floridiuu) died last night at THE CArr, LEO VOGEL:

:: Savannah alid Charleston small pen.' per 'Jefferson, Iowa, with cancer in the Htoml1l'1l.Our.itlzt'lI1 Port of Fertiandtna. CAPT.' Joiix RICHAEDHJX, Will leave Fernandina for Jacksonville ,
box $ .OO t Savannah and Charleton marrow usual WATER. ,
; ; to talk
1 are beginning prettyearnestlyjof and
.. heX $!. (Curumlmrs Florida .. ... intt'rml'llatt'luluJing '
. hotel and Saturday, Al'rilli. 1:00: A. 1:2: 1' M. River and .
. ;j \ ; building u new trying ,. er during the seaxiii as follows : as fol
white spine, per box, $.}uS; Florida round Sunday "IM..>... 1:54": ::21: :
Leave HT'-\UY'[ EVERY: MONDAY[ anllTJWWmA luwl: '
henna l box 3a3.50 Florida flat beaus to do something towards making this 30"
per ; Monday li/. 2:4: !) : Y MORNING at fi i o'cliK-k for From Fernandina for ami '
>> bnx. $1.50u2.50( : Florida best for Northern! ; oranges, ,peer city. u report Tuesday : "' FERXAXDIXand will leave FERXAXWSIsame .
TIJrlur.p'l ,
l half
barrel (box, $.S. A); fair, harrel CATKV. Wednesday, 21. :"1" .'\li" lalatll :
H for CAMP PIXCKNEYand Sunday, 4. 0 .
barrel days at a. m., A. !
box $4!o russetU half box $4 A' 1880. 22'.5:3$ (iIU" ;
> ; per ; ; .TatlaJ>aeef 'jI'illO, Thursday, : all intermediate landings the river Thl/hr. (* 5
on A.
Indian 1U\' I'Mllt'r half barrel boxU; ; tomatoes -.j5 .:........-. Friday, ," 21.; ... .. (6:31": .:(10" ; M.
Returning EVERY: TUESDAY: 1UtI'm.- Sunday ,. 7 A. M. .
Florida, per box, $-&a7: Bermuda, Cedar Key. .
.DAY, will arrive at ST MARY'S at 5 )p. in., Thursday; 155..x. .
six quart box $1.I;; asparagus, Charleston, At fitter Creek we fell In with Captain COUMKHVIAL. touching;; at FERXANPIXA. t.ln'I IK, %. M.
buneb U5a75u; Virginia, bunch 75alKK ; Maxwell, the )gentlemanly and deservedlypopular On WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS Thursday, 22, 4 A. M.
I strawberries, Charleston per cluartJOa.3.5c ; Superintendent of the West India Fernandina Market.: will leave. i*T. MARY'S at 8:30; u. m., and can Sunday. 24-. 4 .\. M.
' 1 Florida, per quart. 35c; potatoes, Bermuda Transit Railroad. From him we learned CORRECTED WEEKLY BV WM.. LAWTEV. be chartered for excursions toDuugeuess Thursday, .* :2\ 5A. M,

1 t per barrel barrel $3a7.$7.50;Gold Savannah>cas scarce and Charlet and want->Um, many items of interest about railroad affairs, Spirits Turpentine.................... 3S Q 38J }'rul Fernandina for Savannah.and Char
per |
i llll.A few North (Carolina sold at $9 and to him are indebted for courtesies shown. .Rosin, common t'traIUl'll.$1 25$1( 10 leston 'ru .IYprl; 2, 3 P. f.
barrel. Cabbage at $3.5Ua4) barrel. per We arrived: at Cellar: Key 011 time, and after Tar....-._. in market and other points of interest in the vicinity 6 i. i A. M.

'. per a good night's sle -1i\ procoded un our tour Crude TurH-ntlne.| ....,'.........none in market. Fcrnamlinu.. 'rUI)', U. 1 M.
Mr, C. D. Owens, general agent of the of obrvation. The first point that at. Cotton-Sea Island in the wed.' ,, 4J @ 5FemanJlna 13, 2 P. M.
Florida Dispatch }line under date of New true ted our attention was the deep blue sea. Through Dills of Ladingby Tuesday( '. l. 3 P. M.

I York,April 12th, reports as follow* : And without indulging our poetical fancies, Retail .1larJ.:4"t.roRREl'TED : MALLORY'S LINE of Steamers: to all I-'ri.1r. .. 0 P. M.
I will that after sweeping with '4
we only say, 23
( The receipt at this port via Florida Dispatch one eye thili'llt'l1utiflll harbor, with its emerald BV )1ft!'. CLARKE: jMints on the St. Mary's.Close Frida"Tue'. ,, 27,, {A.p. M). ,-:

Line and Southern Express: Company keys (and for the benefit of the uninformetl Garden & d ttc.VEUETABLES. *">', "4 30, 3 P.M.connection .
thr the week ending 10th inst:, have laenoranges -. we will say that keys mean islands,) Pealff in flruitt, Veyftubki, 4 *. Connectionmade C1.ISe made with steamers for. :

5OO.1 packages ; vi-getables 1,400pack we at once Proceeded toiiis|>evt the practical with the New York and Savannah Mt-llonville aJllJontt.' also with steamers
ages ; condition of oranges mostly good ; interests u/ this island city. Cedar Key is Potatoes, per bushel$1 40jl 50 Steamers. Mark all goods Care of i(:steamer for ( River: also Savannah .I.

vegetables good, but tomatoe.4 too g u.requin.os the huff terminus of the \'t India Transit Sweet Potatoes, ir bushel....... 75(1( N) Flora, Fernandina. with steamers for New York Philadelphia .rl ,#
ripening hl'rt' Of'tin l'If, ]Florida Railroad, and is a name applied to all the (iibbage. per huncln.d..IO 00 rood. t.00a.5.75 'Ilt'r crate; inferior and Hands that dot this lovely harU, eVt'rrone Onions _. 10< 5l5 00 GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS: FOR PA.Swngers. t. for New York, UUlton, Baltimore -
.50a3.00. 1kans. Florida lat, $:!!..OOper j per quart. Excursionists: and Tourists will J'hia.ltIphia.
rusty, $ of which i il a )('rfoi-t gem of beauty. : : with Northeastern
00 ,
i Cow Teas per bushel"' ..... ........ 1 75(* 2 Carlo
crate; round, $_.511. Cucumbers, Florida, The railroad running from Fernandina to Tomatoes, per ._ 0 W( 0 00 find this a very attractive trip, as the scenery Una Ilailroads for routes North } .t and

$UX>a7.oo per crate Tomatoes Florida box this point thortrns the distance and the time Turnii, per bunch..............-. (& 5 is grand and alligators and other game are Went.FIRSTCLASS. :
'$31 Oa5.00 per crate; Nassau (su-quart ) from any of the Atlantic jtorts and States, abundant. .
50ca$1.0Q l rl>ox ; Ut'rruu.\a. (tix-tjuort box) and Northwest, to all joints on FBI'IT For further Information apply to PASSENGER ACCOM MODATIONS. -
'70a90o per Uix. Potatoes, Florida, wr>> Imr- fhe Gulf even of Mexico especially to thooo of ApplesIK r bushel.................. 2 00'@ :3 00 JOHN RICHARDSON] .
' rel, $4.Uhi7,00. She ,. Florida.i0a2.00( Tampa Key West ,and Havana In addition Hdiiamu l. per. huudn-d. .............. 3 tl))(i 5 (X) :?'\-t( Fernandina. Fla. Through Tickets and Htaterooim seen nil
crate. Bet-Is, }Florida $1.50a2.0O: per. to this the exix-iise of travel is less the CiKttanuts, &( ... 1(# 15 ---- ---- and all information funbhl' at office corner
'crate. Cabbage, Florida ir>> barrel, $::....0a: accommodations by railroad and steamer Lemons, P er hundred..-..3 00(41 4 IWpranges "{'Jr. it. c. OI'n" E. Ctltf and Sii'iid .street
1.3" .25, ti t.cIIL"Ii. and the travel pleasant and less jr hundred..... ......_ 3 W(. 4 U) 20-ly C. A. NOYES.I .
.... -- 1 EXKI&VL: COMMISSION -- -
--0- tedious than any other. There are ten POCITHY, / MERCHANT.CEXTRE .
THE steamer City of Dalla which came steamers which ply between this and other -('hk keits grown...,...........:..... S5 s 40 r. AKTIirU C. 10111),8 4i
....., ........ 25' ST. SEAR R. R. ) ''
(the 13th brought twenty- !. poru on the (Gulf the most important of ('hklenshalf-grown 'O@ DEPOT .
in (rom Kas--au on which is the Admiral, commanded by Captain Ducks! grown i'er j>air,....,...... I 00(4 1 25 I i I '
revels passengers, and the following cargo: : 11'. N. l\ okot')'. This bteaiuer carries F jr*. per d 'tenM..... ............... 20<($ 25 FERNANDINA, FLA.Ilnj' DENTIST

Thirty-nine bales n 1 onge, 100 barrels shells, the fast mail to Key "-l'ot and Havana. Thisis iite, eadi........."'......,*__..._ .5g( 1 00iuineas ) Fourth St.. brt. ('furecl AUchua,
and 763 crates of vegetables) five 'I an admirable tide-whirl and well ( t'41t.h......?......_......... :i'; ::4 55 Corn, ( ate.Iu. 'II

127 barre barrels!, wt'n-Julut.lkt three p 11.1l'knlO'.Jll'Ch.: .... adapted for the business in which she i i. cm- Turkeys, eai-h...... ,...,......-....... 1 <*>(<> 1 25 H tf FERNANDINA, }'I.T ...\,