Florida mirror

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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 24, 1880
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Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )


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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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A ItEAltLl' FEUD vVe will.1rlnk Ixittle of rare wine and havea i learned profe''or was wont to look I little speaking in a tremulous voice .I um not and l down hi* Jll'tlC'1 !.lh'lIn.l thoughtful' 1
good chat. together." embarrassed! though he smiled' approvingly, going to!do .that. Hut I d<> think that the Iv, feeling II +' and unobserved. .\
BY itl'IMlt.rlt uxim. The colonel! made no nbeetion{ and the I I I and he would change c' Iht'l'OIl'l'l"ClllflI, Hilt trooi mitibt have .shown les hlo.H1hlrt.l'rl1 kind of pcnce'Gdcuvtr him ; /111111' day,', .
,'.1 I I two friend: sat' together till a late hour inthe i when the ..hll soldier spoke p of his campaigns, \'. Fifty thousand when begot up in the morning i be state
( At sixty-five M. Isidore: '1'1"*1111, )professorofhi.Ntorv I professor's snug dni\ying-room tellingeaeh !! the professor, in hi" turn would li t'l for (. what that 111'11". I Fifty the following letter : I
',' at the I'nivcrsity: of Montpellicr, I other the :simple\ stories of their IIH'I.'I I i hour, and put encouraging question: !'I !n* thousand human Byes Irate been 1'11.1.1.I !! "".," Tissox : I hu\e made up mv mind
t't had still( line grout )passion: : ami one d.arIriciid. They met again/ the next dayand) the colonel I to 11.1\1' the narrator to c'ollillil his I FII1' thousand I |isdradl'ul ,t'l' leave Montpellier[ t and I to return /Algiers,
,'. :; and loved to In called: a bHiluyihHe. His imited hi. old I friend to lie his: guest the IIt'tI The friendship of these two old gentlemei mercy to women and c'hil.1"1: tlhll'c' where have 1'111 few t"'111'11.1 who will
: :" friend's name was Colonel ( 'ju-iniir Oiste.M. i ..1:1lit: the t1>lr Jr ln'itr. where he was in the | bad become lro"I'rblal The prtft'ssur'sdaughter' : been'kllill as if they cl' ,') ; wilI he l'olllInfor IH'. They l'llIlot make up
,.. (. Tisson: hud been -widower thirty rcgtilar habit of taking his meal. I'I : were It'rhll14 only jicings win, ",' for I lust ; but, at anv rate, I !hll .
..IVit year. His two daughters: -who, after their 1 have never kept house." the colonel I' .liI'not look I f.ivorably. '. Tliecomplained \ "They have .101U rinht' !r' tried 'l*!'on, not feel !Ilh'r1.lIc.h' us. I do here.
,"' mother's death, I had IH-CII educated by. an ''I :wild< "and I am tixi old to begin now. of the f'nflll profanity of the "Hrnlll'1 \\5io have fought against wild fore I 11\1' \ I would like to t
'i'I' old aunt of a very religion turn of mind, Wherever 1 have been !stationed the tnMttr I i colonel's speech and of its I"1,01l11) the bent'-n murderou*, famous: l.r'W. tU meet you once 111 Ir'as in thcgoodoldtimcs. \
J'. wore both marr t 1. One of them was set, < ln'itc has In l'lIII\' table. I hope you will I whole hoes( with that PIIKtif ",'III.f humanity: 1't''I' munlerers, I t"c.rdor. beg \1\will write to me, on re-
a tied! Ht Nimes, the other at Lunch They dine with me there to-morrow." I his, which he :' t were highly and highly respected ladies Hut M. Tisson objected. "We dine together. It"'N" room 1'1 the bouse. Hit | | .Ti..I. 'i"'III. think of what you arc in I'aris'e will, as in bygone ;& (
proper( ,
'.. ':' who |unu-tually performed all their ." he :said< 'because! we like one proves: !of everything the i-ilonel 1111/111 !: 'III! Y," are speaking of FrlldlHI; ,, 1 I'trll l through the big town, we ,vI dine
',', duties without a inurinur and without any another's company\ not because we want to sitid. "ll us hope that "he will \ tin 11111' countrymen, our brothers. together in the evening, and thc'l each
-;: pleasure. They )paid their father frequent do a polite thing. I have no f.mcy: 'for restaurants catise repeut'ome day 'nr Irotl1. if you \please-not mine. other &:I.IIIII/ht," as we hll\1 done for the t
J short but formal: visits, and never stop)lino| a and hotels. There are always Thi f'lurk114 not quite mrrett, how thank < oc| I 111';< nothing' in t"'II01 la!t ten nlll the morrow 1 will IC'I\
night Montiidlier: so that they in no way strangers there, and one cannot talk com- ever. was frol mm h'l'ruviugentirely with thieves and munlerers 1'aris.'nll: wi tU'1 be able to think of
interfered with the quiet routine of the pro lilrtllhh'11111 freely. Besides>\ to tell\ you the the ,view and the mode of life of Nor have I." me met an fnlil whom 'II have
fessor's life.lilonct truth "Pascal, has 1'1",111'11 me. Ililt accustomed his friend. The )professor wa an earnest "Yon I Ilav-since \01 dare to dcMnlthem. parted in |>euce and good will. My[ anger ,
;? ( Coste was a Imehelor. IsidoreTison } to her cooking, and hotel fare docs Catholic, and, like most lemhc'l of the upper ." lasted but H few .In'''. Since I have become
; and Casim'ir Conto, whose )jwrcnt: not agree with I Ill'. i'lease withdraw your classes tlieSoiitli.a staunch I tc-gitiinistCote t, )are ? You must lie nut nl cool and collected. 'I feel the same old friendship

.' '.J Iiad been next dour neighbors, ))1I\lll licgun to invitation. We do not ,stand on ceremony.Dine on the otlier hand, pO'l'1't'll l an, inex your""senses, TI""II, tll speak to me in thi. for \01 which I Ilhll ever feel, l'\(1 If
', play together when they were only five here again to-morrow and the day 11".tlhl. stock of rather 11'/1.1111111 stories, way. \' \rejected lelt'\'t'lIl dear
years old. Tht" land \teen to the same after-every day; youcunnntdome greater whlh priest!, monks and nuns Wl'r not No, I am perftM-tlv in \senses. ., and 1tell 'rl "on, .your faithful\ friend, .11 110
"\ school, and )had l jwirted for the first time 'favor. IlwlI1I1lItioIlC..1' with the respect( that Tis 'III, calmly: and deliberately' that i is n CASIMin COSTK."
I dine with his son ht due to them In }politics h,' wasa shame-a shame'that ",
1 ;ts(, when they were sevcnteeiu TiM on then The colonel consented to thou hlrlll 'o\ holl.1. Old Pascal gave him her 11f'r'l address.The .
the of Toulouse while friend! the next day. inclining towards RepublicanismTLsson dare to in ch.fl'III' o'f the Com .
;, went to University: professor wins staving u h I in
k' <5ostc was sent to the military college i>f St. Two weeks went t 11'. The friends spentseveral would "olltlml'1 call Coste "(Imr.. 1111'"C, you ought 1 to 1 be ashamed t ol f the lit du Hdder. /rlH landlord, was lt.
.t' again for hours together day, and the raM, and the Colonel would retort h101. "orltr': !
t (}) < ) r. They did 1 not meet ; forty every [ | Coste and Tisson had
1 t .' years, and by that time they had completely bachelor had dined, maybe, dozen times at I ignite" Their .IIl'\llonl which }, "tc''ul that wool '1",011! rl'c'll) I 01by II H olltl.ll'r111 \' occasion
f'.J 1. forgotten) each: other. During this )long interval the widower's house, when one day after and (frequent{ brought to a The second' day 'the despatch. of this J'
1, ; ;:. M. Tisson had published several I Ifi dinnt'r-ol.II'IL"c'lIlluI\'hIJd'O the room after close. by one of them reminding the other YOI ought t tube ashamed: I say. Shame !l letter the colond 101 received one fl'tll Paris
i learned! works, and )hud obtained the chair serving I c'olr'C-f'e lit his pipe, cleared his that the time for a rubber or a game of got slmnmel"'I'heruloncl! He at once recognized the writing of hi"
txzt; nf professor of history in his native town. t throat, and made the following speech, for wiw come. Then the exhiteslcoulttenanceof rose, pale II".1c'lt h.wi h flamingeyes. friend, and tore the envelope with
.: ;,s Y teat; had fought the Ilcdouins in Algeria which he had: been preparing himself! for the his opponent would at once! assume u (lmlxpr'.ioll )1'1"rlu.k the table with IIII'h'II.II'l1ti.t. tn'utblinlihued. open The letter. consisted of I 1
S /, and the Kussians at Scbastojiol: and had the last week ; both would take their hats and "' plates and rllttcel. few hurried illegible lines : 1 ','
been obliged to retire! from active service inconsequence "Thl.lIII, yen fine, Isidore, but things sticks, and walk to the club or to the and he swore with 1 fearful oath Il "I have IwiIIn01't to pronounce the
of iv severe wound received at cannot j go on in tins wav." "Links," dialling cheerfully)' by the way, as would never sit, down at that table or put words which before reenteringmy ;
) I
the storming of Fort MulakolF. He was u "'hilt do you mean ?" if nothing: had ever disturbed the pc'r'i'l.thllrmOI his foot in that house again until '111'o""c.rlt.III house ; but you 1 may require I you Iww hard it
)lieutenant-colonel) and an officer of the legion "I have never lived better in my life than \ of their intercourse. !! pardon and rdrlt.1 what hc had has been.for' me to kt.(,t1 vow. Forgive
of Honor. On leaving the hospital' I do now with you, vet I do not; like my The terrible.year: -fa//<(V trrrllilf/ -ot 1701H71 "' me the pain my anger has my caused yon I, i
end{\ to these discussions betweenthe And I declare the
returned to his put an replied '
) native
the lonely, weary man boartt.'it II'tfl''I"r too, Illc l\ner'll much, and I remain, till
town, which he had not visited since the ,' not 1""wlic'lI two fril'll. Hoth were true patriot., who of a IIII.h'l had become 'we by death faithful and
are parted ,
days of his youth. Hut he badoftcn felt a I was a lieutenant I used' to pay and in their grief for France they forgot all but wa a* pale and trembling tit his wrt'hh. attached'!friend, ISIIMIKK ."
strange longing to sjiend there in quiet the sixty francs n month for 11IclilllH'r; when ditl'ereilees of opinion. Moth blamed the ed old friend"I declare.wltholt 1 l.r The letter fell from the 'llo hands, '
evening of his restless life, and now hehoiHd I became captain I it cost me eighty francs (emperor and the empress' the ministers IIleltlU any blarpheuuins'language that the word.1, and\ all seemed t dark for C'OI"1111. When
{ to do so. since, \ I have been major, I have always' reserved generals, with the name severity The> \01 require me to say' shall\ never pas* mUp \ he hail little 1 he I went I I to Pascal.
''t He found onlpellil'r| hut little alteredluring U hundred and fifty francs for thatuirlsmst' IIllc"'l'll with the same' hltlc,1 C'II hll'IC'l'ni *." She had r'lv'rc'Ill received no tidings of her muster.Coste ,
j 1 the long years of his: absence, and I miM stic'k, to thc cold habits to '. It'ht'! the IlrllICIII Thc'l the colonel went to .the door, took then telegraphed I 1 to the landlord. in l
l'nnnoUhlllk of the French soldiers and the of' his hat and stick, and in moment
soon recognized in one of its narrow ,streets be comfortable; and if you barbarity : I wlh"t begging to be informed of the health
the' very house, in which his parents had: some way in which I can spend my money the (icrmans. Thl'flt ,the same indignation another word or look, was //Zo II t'. 111:40"I'al'tl of 1'1'11 the In few hours answer .
lived and where lie was born. It "'chanced and have your company: I must: /give up toward : whlh did not hide its: his 1"11'hlllhlJ step upon til ,. came professor.back-Professor 1 Tison t.dieslsaddculy.
that a small apartment was to be let there.Ho dining with you." sympathy\ for the enemy ; the same' disdain The house \11:4 \'. and again ; He hud ( dead\in his I"
Excuse: Coste. but really "Ol1l1rC not fiirthc English: "that of shokeep then all vuisstill-thestilimossofdt'atlm. Il'I'1 'i'lll
hired it, furnished it simply, and established me, Intl"l | bed on the morning tf 'the preceding "
himself' there at flllI'('. Itehind the speaking like a sensible: man.: cri, who had forgotten Sdmstopol: ; thesuamecontempt For tlre'hol days the colonel and tin' The funeral to take mi (lie morrow.
house was a large garden ; and the colonel, u-: "Hut I hllI'l'l'n tninking that I saint for those "ulIJrtt.fll" Italians, professor Oi their passionate wrath, The daughters wnl of the place professor' had
IL l favored 'tenant, obtaine I permission of the be \'l'1'HOrn' not to see your familiar facenpposi'te who abandoned their II : landlord to walk in it when he chose.! me at dinner : and, somehow, I Ifa and they shed, 'Ir.together wlnin the news understand what they had lost. The loht ('o'te started that same evening for
i icv .that you too would miss: rat of t'dal reached Montpellier.About [ tine their became 11I1'i"lall '
One evening in September, as Coste was consequent on estrangement arrived few hOI after the
wising I up and down the gravel walk in tHis: : Vou may take vour oath of thaI this t time a peculiar kind of feverish unbearable. (Coste dared: not leave hi1" He tl.rt' 1 daughter: and soit-in-law ''
garden, smoking his: short pipe and thinking ".\nll therefore" t want to make a rational I nervous excitement had' tlkc'lI1"ll'C'( rooms for fear of meeting his old friend ; tin, c'rul 1:4: friend I at the hold. They in ,1'I
and friends that pro sisal! to you of whole French nation. tWI ( stealthily out of his: Wl.r.
or Africa the Crimea, \ "lol tl 011 .roft''or. crept hOI deep mourning, but appeared to bear their
There wins: u long pause. The colollt.ldl'lIrl'll friend not the contagion. Tin.cheerful .' to hit lecture-ant tin,
were dead) or lost, lie heard! himself called In I escape t. go his with fellt -("IIIIIIItV. They seemedsurprised
a fashion that startled him : his throat" again equanimity of former 't'an" tw.)ll'ltrt. longed for rC'ldlllllol. Yet 1 It t at the ('lloIICI'14 troubled 1 t'Illh't
tt "(!liMiuirl (Casimir! i "Well, goon, said the professor, gently. gone. They never touched a card, and diisgathered could not be. They tllllth l'c'rnnln 1111 1 nance, when he entered their room unannounced
i e'l see what you are driving at in that clever their golf dubs and balls, lyinj again that 1
For nearly forty years no one had called on IlrlllJt' nl,1 re'lIllherc'lll'VI' In his dusty truveliug-"clrl'l4, and
him by that name/ His superiors' and his way ; but let me tell you I consider your unheeded I in the hull 'They read the < ''' word I look, they 111\c'rl'llllllC l int ). and pis'I I
projMisal; childish.I \ : Yes-he angry If'you with they made 1'lc'rI should not have insulted tit hi : \limed l'ril.I
soldiers?<< during that time hail addressed him passionate eugenics ; "jr. IIH "I cisely.I Their father Itrkc'. He
successively as. lieutenant, captain( major, like-|M sitivdy childish. egical plans and discussed) them' Its cnritstly I IIWI ., in bit own house,.said tbccolond hindticlis'k gone lit bed in his usual health at ten
"Childish or not, I stick twit, And if you as if had been at their conimamf and I he .felt that lioconld in honor
and colonel ; his! brother officers as Caste nrllll1 ; ; Jot, ,, and had II.t'lI found the next
('lire.for me a!' I do for you, if you lire notafraid hoKil agninst hope they ) that break the oath he had el'a.1
mother they sworn
1 He hud lost his! father and many | ; believed morning. The dm tor thought Il have 1 '
years ago, and had never had any brothers of"having too much of me, you will\ tin fortune of war would take another turn; He Wiwgrcatlv in the wl't'nl" though t) died about any rate Il lUlt had been
and sisters. lIe might/ well-nigh have forgotten accept it. they never despaired I I. for it seemed' to then the (professor. )ow 11'fl'lll the, dead some lC'l'nt found ; and he h.ullIc..I.
that he had a Christian name, ami The professor resisted for some time. Hetried impossible that France, their (proud, greatest rl"c'll:4: criminals the world has they hoped without pain,
now someone was railing him by it t ban to )Persuade the colonel to continue rniglity, beautiful country, could succuml P'l'r't'n 1"J\11 he remembered with n elcte'l'nt the next morning to visit tile t'
to be his guest ; but the old! soldier in with other fell shudder that he had vowed
war they
"Ooslmir! Ca mlr !I" any solemnly lHv'rtlllrlllnl' grave. On his to the hotel he was
He turned round and saw at a window of would not yield\ so the professor hud to give almost: crushed when the dreadful truth at the words ;' alone ('011 Informed that rt'tnr family from the south"

the first floor of the house next to his own up. last t dawned UJKIII them.IIII they knew .1.11 to rl.tlrl to the hOI..e had )left Paris after. ordering; a "pretty"totnlmstoime
and self-willed
who wfL'IlImlllllK "You were ever obstinate : that the ( of France was broken, ami a friend.
u middle-aged gentleman, power to )In placed on (the professu'r'sgrave.
and nodding to him in the most friendly he said whereas 1 was always the goodnatured they saw humbled to the dust, at timemercy One morning I old Pascal ('llnlO the colo .
manner. For a moment the colonel remained Uncllll'nslhlc. one of UK two. Ix-t it of the (conqueror. nd'hut have you done to my master The landlord, M. ?great
motionless. Then with an oath, be as you wish ": henceforward you shall pay Caste and Tissue sint day after day to. sir?" she u.k'II. with f'lr In her eves. He who hail known IU\.t.many 1 )' tllk'rf
which it was his! habit to utter whenever he for your board. gether, silent and mournful: feeling'thattheir docs not t'llt. he does 101 sleep! He) sits till wa particularly fond of having a chat with
wanted to express joy, anger, astonishment. Hut this did not settle the question. Costeproptwed common sorrow hud drawn them ('Vt'l day long in his study without opening abtsmk him under ordinary dr'UUltll'l. Ixrame
or, in short any sudden emotion he called to pav too much-Tiason asked fur more closely together than the or writing a line.1 He will nee nobody, unusually silent and rC't'fl,1 the colonel
out in return : too little. At last they agreed that Pascal piness of former ) Hut II'aefIII181- he sl'rakstohoiNsly-lie| will die. "'hit have Ikt' him for luirtlcnlum of his
"Isidore! In it lhll' ?" who for thirty years had been the proftssr'ahnusekeei'er their advanced age years., they hud 1'4 preserved a you done to him, sir? Do help II)' jxxir friend' dealt He was evidently concealing .
I. A few minutes litter the professor was in should act MS arbitrator She good dt'lIllf that liveliness and elasticity ormln.1 muster I" the truth, and Coste to find
'the garden with his friend He told him was what is called in 'r/nr a nuiifrrefeiitme which dlumderiZ' the inhabitants of The colonel, had Always treated the faithful (it wit. Ho bribed the waler.detlrrhu'c at tint
that he had ret a mod that very: morning and had a clear, sensible answer ready southern 'nuHc, they shook off after a time old servant with kind familiarity, and he ; but when t..lul'l promised
from a trip which he had taken during the for any question that mlh put to her; so that lull, oppressive sense( of glathn.en, was quite' ready to discuss the matter' with lu'III6'k not ;to "betray .him, the man related
vacation, and hoi) only just learned that a after u short her, it was nettled nut irritability and great her. ) 01'C', Pascal," he said, in ('lllu- in a nervous frightened munuermill he I
Colonel Coste, a native of Montpellier, hal that M. Tistton would not be a loser i remained, however, and "how..1 hlt'rJ'4ICl'c'lug- lion, "I have sworn iq>on my honor never knew. ,
y come: to live next door. the t'lII'J1Iloltributt'C1 u hundred and twenty in frequent ali violent of anger to reenter his house until he'IIlUkIHwl. )(. Tisson had arrived five day ago. He
I at once thought it must! IK you, and francs a month. Thus this long discussion against the supli soul eXIII".I.11 the great edged himself: In the wrong -and I cannot went out elllt"lulone in hU own I'CI'I,
would have called u]>ou you to ascertain if came to an end. JIU.Jlllli.r.rtll.'Clc'l I break my word." and spoke lttt II house On Fri
Ult tll'
v, i my conjecture was ('correct but I saw you in }<'rll that day \ new and brighter life the ] the n'wI that a "It Is u wicked thingto take al oath when day morning he wrote /'vcrlll'Ut'I. whichhe
the garden and recognized you at once. You began for the two lonely old Iln.'hlc'h ," llll'llmlKh! in Paris, ulI.1tlat In anger,'; said the old{ woman. "Ask our Isisteslbitustlf. ,About ten o'clock he
V are not u bit altered.\ made them forget their age, and which ('01tillU'c the n.lllltllll seized the rein* Ir'I'ruII'lIt. vl'lr. sir; ask the bishop himself." They will rdered' some tea, all told the waiter that
The l'tllllllt'lnpon{ this laughed; so loudly without interruption for many years. two friends hrunltlest'reptirtsulnuost release you from your vow, lie wa going to 11'l1.I Ielhll that he did not
that the sparrows in the trees flew awav in Tle professor hail little to do : the colonel ] with indifference. The I hlVt'lln'1 toV wont.o human lie- wish to 0 disturlied the next iiurnng. -
ulfriglit.I'cil;:\ ," he tII.t.It I think that'sjust nothing at all. They sj'ent many bourn to. wound. indicted by the foreign foe were still Gig ', 1111{ t 1 must keep it." '..ln I .
: u little exaggenmtionfhen I accompanied c'tlrrv day ; they walked up and down so fresh tmt.tIY were unable, so t"II'uk, Itl"elll dim eye of the Ilel Hllelt'r. He "When I knocked at hi* door on Saturday
} you to the diligence that took you to tlc anti the "plalalethe to feel any IIW {uiin. Hut Hlol the 1,1'1 looked miserably sad, but he "IHlkl| wih s, morning at nine, to give him a letter
Toulouse you were a handsome, Mender lad, principal l'rulenal' of )[Muntpclicr ; war coinjicllcd) their attention. It much II-ttrllhiati"/ Pascal she that hal arrived! from Mocti'elller| ,1 receivedno
with u soft down on your upper lip and u tht'rt )', the principal theme of conversation.: The must up "I hope Ir rt'f'tll\ll the two answer and finding the door wa l locked
r profusion of dark curly IcK'kl. N iw you or they went out igcther on the "Links," interest in tie struggle for the |1"It""lol of fricmU.Soon. on the inside I (wcunie' alarmed. I called
alt I Imost of a very resj ectable circumference being passionately interested in an intc'rll. Paris, Frenchmen fought u against i, after this. the professor' daughters .l[. Doucet, who sent at 11'l for the 1,1,1.|
and your dark )hair has turned grey.I nable game of "golf"-a {pastime which is Frenchmen, soon absorbed every other fed- came to i>ay their customary visit to their and l [in presence of the r/ll/lj""tr. the door
wax then a mere boy, with bright eyes, ulmt u'much in honor at Montpcllier and In father.. Pascal told twl what hud happen( was fl"II'I1 M, iMiicct, he( f'/II&.j6tf e, l
sound teeth, active leg, awl a magnificent at Montx.'llier| alone of all "'rl'I'1 towns, u' ;I wa on the 31 of June, 171. The day ( .I They disliked 1 whose man and U whlllu.1 t'II. with him, were i I tI tIthe
hc'I.lor hair which I used: to part sometimes at St. Andrews in Scotland. e\nllj' "l'l hot all sultry. !Park thundercloud Ilf they)' c'"II.Im.1 coarse ; and they merely only ( ( who went into the ewes
on the right: sometimes! on the left were sent at the club, where tile had I gathered, amid threatened a ntorm J ull'rV..1 that their father wuul.IH""lul My[ master timid me to stand at the door and
side, not "being sure which way was most be their regular whist-uirty.: | They became at every moment, The air wax ln-avy. out loss" he "' IIW. Wt lot let anv one 1 had to wait I long ,
coming.ow I require spectacles! to read, I daily lore and more dependent| on each Tie professor was pacing upend I down the fact, a &:gain. They wlrt about to say ax much while ,"Iu'l those) three IIIIU out of the
munch like a rabit because I have lust my other-as happens with old |"-'|>le from -nN'oa in an 8llt'llmullwr, waiting o their father, but li stopped l tlll angrily, room, f Iull.t't WUH as pale UM a ghost.. He
hack teeth I walk lame because the Uus- whom the ret o( the world i gradually withdrawing for tie colonel to all At last telling thC'I, with Hashing eye, to keep tuuk me a"ielt'11 said ; "I trust that )'IU.
clans sent a bullet into my right leg, and I who love few |>oo|>le, and are loved (' )tl arrived) half an hour after the usual silent on tIt subject or to leave the house an old servant of the house: will not talk.It .
have so little hair left that the natural {tart- by few, and whee interest (center in a narrow time He held some hllf-Ill161| I (crumpled( '.1 a whole month there was no change Wlu'damage the reputation of the ho.
jag of it reaches nearly from one year to an circle. Very soon. they became indtajnsable news|>,l't'f in hit )hand, auel on t'lltfiul lit the relations 11n1 Tisson and nlt'. tel. to be 111t'lIt. aul up to this I I
other. Frankly, I cannot think I am very to each other. Till Ix-came uneasv threw them on the \ Jlliuancl The 'l"arrl'llu&II"'uue the subject of talk moment. have nut oj>encd my liji about i
like the ('a:>imir you knew," if Coste wa five minute late fl dinner di..turl 1n al Moiitllicr| but no one felt (inclined to to a single soul, nor wi I again.
"Still' recognized+l you at om..... I would and the colonel had every morning u confidential I : wult..1 for the puix-rn' from Paris[ ," the j hurt of )jswcmaker between. time two you were an old of )1, Tison', and
have known you among thousand, and talk with l'u''allltH! inquire if the"master" he said ; rt'tel-I Is horrible, incredible! mild men. ought to know the (blth, A little 1"Ur the
would have said: That's mv old friend and hud {, I night, I bin Tis.son .. the tuipcn and )looked at At the end of that time the professor went doctor returned with an ai They j
schoolfellow, Casimer ('n Well! and did I,1 should. like to know, enjoyed his breakfast. He WW a regular the steaming plates stood before the two tel yean n.te hlell"1 hJI".UllIle"[ onhewe dead WW and remained there
j-t' a hesitate as to your name?" attendant at the professor's 1ttul. His 11.1 men, but neither thought of touching occasion. They 1111 vl.i"1 telwtllt'f alxait an hour tate. at night, ao a* not to
tt Then the two old gentlemen shook hands venerable head, bit attentive, (earnest, mild\ timer. Paris, thl lyrtII'f', .'unrlc. alarm the other vblt.I the coffin was
for the twentieth time, and laughed, while countenance, JIInl liecame known to the '1.1|iu1|>enreiiorted! the IJrrnlit.1 181 < thtc'h. every.where. broughtimietly h"u:<\', 'fhe next
their eves grew moist. Hoth talked at the whole 11111\11)'. The youngstulentst5ka I'r theC'simuunixtii ; the Ill.truc.t," ( Hut 'the professor" started I alone morning M. Tisson'a relation, urn veil. They
name time.. so that neither understood what liking to the quiet old )t'Itt'IUU,8WI TuilericM,, the Hat el de \it fnllrv of lie thought of&:"inl nrst to I'urit-and then? asked to see the body, and 1 followed them
the other was saying, until at hat they came made room for him rlI"'f.tfullv ,'I.n finance, the e.urllc'( *, etc. lie !had nut s, where He w"nf.1 to into the little drawing-room where it WW
to regular questioning."A entered the lecture-room. And he greeted They relate 1 the massacre of the" h'u"tltltr. He could) not 10'r to re. laid out. The f'hIJ of the dead man
re you married them kindly: .(e.nel-Jorning. gentlemen. the furiou fighting in the stn ela,' ; \a and you?" When the lecture want over, (41"111 liked) the slaughter among the .tncml. of society The (,"10..1 I at hi* window, hidden Hound J'f'J 1 wa placed a broad
"I have l eeii a widower many years.! to have a talk with the .r.rl.r-ft'llk. ," a. the avenging \'(' trelll"| by the ('urall, ,'lwl thecah topied| at hU white ,'[.Vlt. r'dlt'll up almost to
"n.ilolrelt?" im; for explanation of Ti-" looked up and liel. with a long- I neighhor'ii door. He felt a heavy load on the ear*. I felt a ,.t shudder when I saw
"Two married daughters" TIJ profe+Mo/ wlul offer it with a pleasant drawl breath of relt; ''lust he praised lilts chest, and his eye burned I in their sock- it. 1 told )1 in a whip that it
Here, in Montpellier?" kiiiile, and I al air of .' gentle 'nil go/Ml caiue ha. trUllhtll.! eta when he saw the pron/wor' leave the looked very horrible.. He made due a .hi
"\o; one at Lunel and one at Nlmes.Are pride. Now and then the colonel 1 would "It might well with more house with a heavy step and enter the car to'lt. and seemed very Uitttt1 It'*
you going to live In Monthuellierr'| quote some Latin *entein-e. in order to show humanity," retorted Coste sullenly. riage. When it had driven off, (;caste hid) hi* my "Iinlol. Mir, that )(. Ti ll.1 .
..Of course ; and you?'* that he too wait not deficient in cla *ical .I liojie you are not going to defend the fIn( hU lnMiy humU and wept It.rlv.! ) uI"1{ hiniM-lf and
1 am professor at the university. But knowledge ".HH J'v' eJ4. eat pro ( oinmunef continued TJ "ii, in an almost I.t ex.erieined| a IIr of reltr II Cimte tur.1 deadly jiule, "tue1'n.11If'k,
come; it w getting cold. Pascal, my old Pill ri vutri." fu jHHei. an.luthtrJv- hreuteiiing tone. thought that TisNon WW Imo in hUiminediete und sunk into a chair anti. rnk.
hou-seket'per, liall give us )o ul uI'rc.-r ugh yf that sort. occa,ion" the .\n," retumed) ('i.te, turning I pale, and leljl.borhl.uL He walked up i led )"".'.1 water on hU flee J\\

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him s! intilm! to ThinkV i'tt. 11 cntl'cuteL 1 I hnStolv! .<:"rtb: ; and :firry )I'djK-' ?|>il m myli single;, i kilt 1 plait., ?fcThen.: peeping;;' : fri.m ho-'fI Jl. :111..1. UAKIK: AMMKATl'ials 111.1). ,

I'overod, t'roni the :shock the man !>U upon your earca 1; <-<:' V | neath tliia full plcnting) |ju,t Itt the edjje. i isa I lr '. ; 4. Ia A

him once morn not to" hottuy I hint', and then i ,{j(f\\'lww.1""I'; > ,'!;\,' e ita; passion. old !'Biddy kiiifc'plintiti'g. of a imUhith! "I' red ilk. : '..' .:
finials !loft the room., '" "*\ roe iti I protest' a" I'm a gHitloman.: ;i which. xoSrci-'y: n:,,rt'' tlian the edge, ; I cen.i .IIf.i ...

.\ few days!, :, later r-Honol j t'oste I ( ivturiicd thitlciiriii: !! Mmtleman:\ the like* of voti i I i ON' liux-plcated ilres Yt'... I" which a pleatedj I. St. .' ): brig
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to :Montpcllicr, hut t.i thelennn'ulofhi4 'jintlemaiiVHiii! that 1 : : I'r
only :Miporintend a bangs Itanaghcr.Wliv. !; j "Ullte i i.. added, a lii.i band of piijiti1' tlii-ee a .
I : :rtllgdt't'urnitllrrnullImlong' i \ ynri )potafo-f.-teod )pippin slnrrzet) ..
i I or four inches \\ ide, is .ilidlC'l f i ( don mi < urhetige ii
inas to I'a I'i", whore ho ". ::111.0hI\ a remote I where d jl a Madag.iM.i.monkey I ) I like i yon j
i at the lco"I' the llounee, au' lIttcUel..t'
1'lrt.lIr: the' town at no {rent di.taiiee from' I pick iii| enough Hi' coninioM" : ('ili'i'II.III'IIII-, j I a sushi.. a red or. blue satin rihlnni' !ie, tied
the t'Ctnoterv whore Tir:'*.<.jii wa. )Iriried.: lie eeticv' to hide yyur I Kerry brogue; '.'" f : : ( 1qF !
i thniugh two button-holes} that are worked inI ,
r lived then.forayoar ilI'aIIII'I':'< lIl1tl1.itwll', !, "J'lasy: n ;\ .,..casy now," iric-d O'Coiuicll: 1 I this bins) hand : .there i is a IMIW tit the' back I tt l,
Thon hits health" liejaii: to fail, and/ at the with hiipciturhahio) g.iod humor, "don'tchoke and outIn! f'ru11t.IxruYu1ltN I
end l flf'It t few weeks lie was c"l1Il' lim-d i to hi.shod. : your-H-If witli line language: you oltl] l i
The doctor advised, :: him to take n sister : I tvlii- '-d1'inkingniriittil'ifiiini.; ." : I 'ORltESTEI'S: t a
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OF W.iiidoring through .1'
of charity US'a l siek-nur-, as ho had, no I What's that you call me, you inurJcrin' the! I'nitcd section: of this truly womleruil. \ I 9. \
rotation: I or friend 1 to take rare of hint (Cote: villain" run: 1'1"I I Mrs. MorSnrtv. stung with Kvhihitioii: hyperormniK'ntod. and ovor-dis- ,

absented, to evervthinj The nurse (':1111"', fury, i 1 played,- the most of it is, I anI
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ind I i'erfurnlerl'tier ilutios! carefully.: / She I call von," answered' .O'Conncll) ( "a parallelogram I catarupu'n Cure !!
t ,I: elegant: glas; c.i"e, who-o inodixtyva i t the Ague
was n strong yoiinx wonrin') : ', with a Vinootltfiiliu and, n Dublin) ) judgeand; jury will | more coifpicuoiis) : from its nei.uhlior's' finery, : 'I'IUI: : )'IL.(1'utier .
face fair\ with 'hl'l'k-a. face that nnv mi you .0 j surimnintcil by the motto., JUijni'n "',';cmf'f,
I' 1 1'ukt',I as if It bclongeif to on" pare in hody, "Oh( ) tare and l ominds oh, you rnllin' !that and in the modi- I* ; .\ bitter and powerful -
dioplayiii! neat 'kagt+, j
I |1).a ; : plre'I
nnII1\\II'1.\ She nursed: the lowly, lielpleis' nn honest' woman like me should, ho ealledparrybollygrnni eat jireparjitions' of (ho house. ...I' III:. .1. (1.'. : warranted a speedy and
nl.l. man: carefully, umvc-aryinirly.: without : to her fur. I'm none of I AYKUiv ( ; certain runfor: Never :tntl l Asue, CJiills l
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anxiety and without I hopo, as she had, nursed:< your parryhollygrunis: you \rascally,( gallon: I was: aware of the tvurl.1- viihe reputation ( }Formujaof: (i-o. Forn.I.r.) and. J-Vver, lnoiinlttent u. Chill 1' -

1 for 'ei;* many other st:: 1 I. and dyiuo; ;jK-oplo. hurl ; yon cowardly; sneaking.. plate-liekin': ; I of this eminent linn for, the oharaclcr and Kriulttrnt l-Virr. Dumb Ague,
He getting: weaker and. weaker," shoa blagyunl.) : of I'rriodii'al! or Ililinns Fever, and nil
I iMialily their good, and remember tvclltheir /
> id one day. to the! doctor "lie does not\ "Oli. not you, indeed1! retorted, O'Con- in London Mcssr inuhtriiil Hsoi-doi-s. In miasmatic: ditrii'fs *-
II"IW I agents : NKUIIKUUV: Pronounced I !by Orange ( irowors, I the I the rapid( pulse, coated tongue, 11.t,
I% know me lu-ll./ "Why, I Mi|>piMOA/nii: deny that you ill :St.; )Paul's: (Churchyard. Having a leisure eerylieMl ) : in flit! back
The colonel lay on his hurl with half- keep' liiijiiiilii-iniff in ynllrhull+e ?" lassitude. lo-ts \f uppi-titf. pain
hour, I determined l .
I to examine: i the t'"I.lIt andextremities
old' of the spine
and 1
.4 fl-neil: eyes, breathing foi-hly. The dm-tor' It's: a lie lor you, you rifliber ; I never of this ease myself) and, I was, surpri-od:; 1 tosee ali I..II of
felt the pulse' forehead: l\11tllwmt of> his \'utient. hail "in"' ']hl i a thin: ;; i'1I111\'III'"l'. Vou swindlingthief. .: : the dolieato.. perloctlon: to \\hicli: they 1 I ,, are onhpremonitions which torminafn In

i and said, while slowly drawing on nisKlovo r I fun e brought tluir hoifehold\ rem'-du-s., : 'I 1 1II :In tin re for he Orange 'l'iceEIItR1S'rlIt's severer 1.\ltllll' by high tl
: .\h, yon can't ,deny the barge, you IlIi:<- ague '
wa..l''illl',1 at the relleetioii that whilewe .
r' "I'ii), think ho \\1111111101 out through, ) erallt'roiltnu'fli) ,In of! it it>ilc'ifirtit'fa"/ II have at h"llIIhe skilful :and, alit l piofiMi'"; I''ISpl'all'l.I .

.;. the lay. I will look in a-jain; to-night. ; ; in t" YOll1111: ('," tinkcr'apirentict'\ ( if '" "II11"II't I i I the hw-t: physicians most: ; : in the world.thoHo preeminently i is .\: startling i, fart< tint: ijitinino, form, nr the('
tin; inpaii time you miv: )go; in
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iu''ojniar i medicines! for 1 fnnilvuse. l.a Preparations. i04'' "r 110..1 uf.Spi-cilics the, ,Ft.\.r. \'rllpi.ali ali
TIll mister:; nodded, 'mid,l when the doctor" : : : ( : : )1.\
The.v have the.. ;hirpne:, : to take!! nii- 'OU'I.I'I ,' in, the Tho.propara-
1 WIoR {gone, took itpsonl" noodle-work. withw "While I haven: tongue; ( I'll lIlI"l'011.) ,'ahln:,:,' of tho higheiontilii- oo\eries\ TUli : 1 mallu't. 1Mismtaithongh ,
tin-M '
f' I hfah jibe hn-iod 1 herself whoiiover the l 1"1. you/ tilt HI t i i\iimitibe I ': /'I'ij/II"rLook) at'lier 1 I {iintiiu ?and, in,;ike pills: ,and) as: \riis' :', 1 II) Hil.: tht-v fl'UII are : lill'al'. and may

, Iient'1hl not roniro(| her tittendancr.Tho h l '')'.<; thor.she! ctaniU a C >n vloted ja-rjH-iidir- Ilatalt; a.1: they me "dulal'WI.'i I I till| .! bleak the do not lire, 11t leave: thin

dly piHsod: : Uietly| without any per-' iii'/,' (in'p!"<-ttiiats.:!' Tin-re she trcluhlos: wiffi. tiya: I I'-iu'.Sng: l drug;list! in I'hila Idphia that: malarial I 111 dli.their own ding poisonin!
I in the state of thud! d guilt down tit the extremities far rt>;rfnlliri'K. la. .Ayi.u's rti't'iiii1! in. Ihzziness,
r. reptile ohaugu > lug : maiiut.ti tory the laigestu t \ t the ysl"I.! ; : gniaisio .
i'' m.,in. When it grew d.frk) the Mitrr i Icff,'the ; ,\I.1I1I'1'l'. f'oimd' \ out, yon wHtti'r'il'ftiitwili'iit / Ame.rica" giving I'mployinen/ ; to I,II 1I00I'l"lrt. I'oK )KVEUV: i I'AliM.t'llol', riiisi'ig in tins! oars, headacliu, Vortigo, and

t' room, jwliflossly to I'otrh, u.l/hf..t/: ) and I'l/i'lini'titt'it'" ; old !lia.r. .. { you 1 por-- I i I jnu-t, goli, "; I.ti\\'eh1 and 'iet'.i it i.n my "''..I.I .\' .' t other!. (1''I'. jiioifcnnidal'li! than! the
t 'l'-:M' wil'ill hiiilitntli of flit liimr'iiiHitfu[ ; ; ,/ VIHli' '- I intended, to euro.AVI ,1111
k Tiio door -hadromnincd. trjar. 1111\111'1. ; I' 1111'-L'fft'i>imi4ili .nc if! tin 1"tnu/nr ( liny.! ) dUiwo: ) \\ero
r. next ro'iin she" tlioiiirhti! slid! 'hoard t ; .?. 7 d"f/I y ,. t" i it's :It;: .: C-i!; ;,{1' t'.IOI'I"h1' ('rulwnl.1 ,
Iitntr's'uky tllHlll1lnlc..l !hack-to: his ,(..! Overwhelmed) with this I torrent of language .. ; > ; tlii'st I! noxioiU "i ll:4 frll 111. system,
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M-iciititia i i luce
Jfr iloneod. Catching ; ; Irci 111'11 on t )prboipk! to pn ( and ahvavs the It
:( Morfarty wax' cures) yvon.stasis.
I UK had raised! hiin-n.'lf: from hisqill"n's i I and llORNiNEWS:; 1 .',' i '- '
his fice .tvllirh nlto'rould' not well ilU'tihguisli up/ a saucipan, she \\M< nimingal; 'nuthell's ( contains: 1'llnl| ::.\ I tiitsral'or) ) any thingthat
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d f haul. wlu-n he ,l'lllkntllIadl,' iitlini-! I lal ( yield 1 per' acre the, iiost ilclioato pa
dim.'twilight soomi'd to- her / injure
intthe\ N I KW: THY)! by a LuI..r, $at'muudl.: : .' n-id its orowuiiiLC excellence, al'n'I''
t. to hav i grown younger.: His eyes, 'Whleh1. ly retreat. __________________ ,.1\. ....- its th'IU eottainty! : to cure, is that it leave thin

during; the whold day had J remained half FA Sill flo\' XOTI1S. Till: :SAVANNAH; \\' .: ': ,\ NKWSOf : :\ as true h'ul disease an beforo tins
: Hosedwere now wide oj'en, and looked, M\ I'1
----- ( L'Jth: trill contain the at t9''k:
kindly and peacefully around.' That: Itide.srrihahly April opemiingei'apter'M'ilts / -
,sweet "smile with) which 'so' many: Wnifr.; plqno, either corded! l or in :small bars: / : Intense\ i iniereitingMory. 'i : .\r.i'to IhuI.FI::< ix For' l.h'l'1 ( om I 1 hIt!, ATF.U'.S AOIKCftr :
tho of : N utod'foryalKlng( ;: coats: in prinooc shape!, entitle. : I by direct action on thin .Iin'r. anti
one greet
approach peiu-e-
woary I that "serve either\ for or :street drones[ pill Ai'miCt'LTl'llAL: '; { ('111u1ICALI51'L1'1L1'fh.ItUIONI.1 biliarv drives out thief Alison' *
hrlnging! death lighted' up) his countenance.' or il.s wraiH: over other dre\ of thinner T ii 110114; it TIM: YIAICS.itr : whlci Irll.III'C''1paratl04.I ':-' complaints) and' .stim
r It Is getting dark," ho whimpered.: "Wait to healthy
; while g"uts.| Tin1 fronts are Mieiiieshnpedand '| : { MISS II. j. riiii.iinicu. : \latl I'i'I'OIS
fir tit(', Isidore, ; we will go home together situ.le;: -hrra+teil. Sometime* there are lomlition.We 1
t ", f Ile fell hark on the pillow. His breathing three :'<(111114:' In the hack while other coats The numerous readers! : of the HVr//v Xi nt \i'rn.vr1: warrant it when taken according to I

I'' '& became1 :,<1/\n'r-lowl'I'Ulllllilillll'r-lhl'lI" have the French hack with only one scant.: who romeiiihor the (pleasure! : which thojieru- r :tI.\, direction! ]

;.. $ ceased.Thuf: The hack ill cut oil' below the waNt: lice, sal of WAHP AMOOK: atforded tlienf.' will I
sister n-maliuvl, for a few moments bogratilied thoannouneemi'iit I of anothernovel SUPKll 1'10:11A'I':: I.IMK:, Dr. J. C. & Co.
4 and the length;; I is I'mi-hcd out hy i four or live Prepared by Ayer i
perfectly xtill. She then loft the room, and .d'tuhle hex pleatthat are edged with an from the same },oilh'II'l-II, while wo do
':' 1; t soon returned with the lighted" lamp.) She t'n-worked iii lilt.' nf camhric cmhroidery, not hesitate to assure: : t those:' who are" yet to SULPIIATK: OF( POTASH.XIT11ATK lracUcallull.\uahUcal Chemists, ,I

;'a i i I t raised. it above) the head of the Ill'IIIIIIUII; .so Tliu deep! round collar i is made of cmhroidery ; make the aciinaintance of the author I th'rough I i ; Lowell, Mass. }i

: '1) that the bright) light fell I upon his pale, a narrow rutlle extends down each :side our columns:' that /a I tine literary treat i is 'in : OF POTASH. ALL : tVCUYWUSRK. '

; : ; f emaciated and calm feature She looked of the frontIIl1l1 if there are "side fonm It store for them."THltonW. --lULl--.-\ ll'UU/Tl \
o at him attentively, without tenderness: without outlines them. TIIK: YF.'tl: ::S'is\ I a story: MflMATK: OF IOTA J
J sorrow, or indeed any visible sign ofC'lu.ition of r""l1l1til'111,1 historic: interest: in which} 'LAGG'S
i turned quietly away, and after IInt) m: faxtened:' hehhid! are made' with the writer in the artistic:' development of an SUMMIATK: MANKSIA! ::; IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD1Ntrm

; t placing the lamp) on the table, returned to six or ul !ht hox pleatin front from the intensely: interesting! plot, has blended fact Girt HABD.CAS .

t the )bod to the eyes of the departed. In neck down, though theyare not :sewed' further with flctioiv, and given her readers a vivid, SULPIIATK OF SODA, BI MAD AST BIBK OIU .1'.0. LAM
J the Name methodical witty silt .smoothed' the than just: helow the waNt: line./ The and faithful I'rlltrllrol of scenes, incidentsand TWICB AI Lotto.Dtuutt .

's i pillow ul\ll)1l1wl',1) the quiet\ head carefullyand hack I Is also hox-plcatod as far as the taper experiences/ in the I home-life theSouth:; Strictly Ground llono. 4 Cartel Tltaont Zra Iltdale.
I gently upon it, drew the sheet up) to the of the waist:' where It Is cut oil' and a skirt during and immediately\ alter the war. .Iure' CUBMClillsindFeter

1 Ito of the doud man, lin.ll'llIl''lll'rlwill:< with ,doiihle or triple hox pleats is added ; It i is: i'rtt't'rttsluytlutttlutuugle'rlllitI'II1t, ) ) ,
t J in the cold hands' after having folded them this skirt i is merely\ across: t the hack. Wideemhroidery Tin'IIS: : : : I is it sequel" to WAUP: AND)) tiTNf
abovo' the counterpane.' Then she lighted edgier;; N -\yerltht.' hottom WOOF, the interest of the two stories is not liur ComwDt ft' 7

two candles, and )placed' one at tho head and of the pleats' and up each ,side. String,of III any degree involved.The Our circulars give full l'lIrlllbl'4. surd are DJspepsia. Pao"I

i the other/ at the foot) the bed. lastly, she white muslin/ are .sowed: In the side seams, new story will run through: :some! ton mailed free to all will interest Kenralirji
i \ totk a ':small bottle and poured thc: holy at the waist t line and tied hehind in a large or twelve numbers' : of the \1rf''Hy.'W\ :sub' you if 'II 1111'lIlt:4. in .\lrh'll. Kenoasness, .

water which! contained into n stunerul' bury "'('rillwhn desire to have it (coinplctoshouldsend tom or Orange Culture. l.VOm;

I I ready prepared for) the! )purpose\ which stood, MTHI.IN I dresses are still made with box- \ their names at I once. -- _.-- ---- Rheumam
bv the bedside. When she hail attended to pleated nacipie" shapes( In front) and hack lIholl'ribti"lU: : year, $l for six months. TillFLOKIDA COsUDe
I till this without hurry. without hesitation:, finished with a Spanish: tlounce ; hut others Money can "sent by: Money (Order, Uegisterod : .

she 10kl'ClnroIllHl as if to see' if anythingelse are also\:& merely ,'/lthcrl11111111 shirred at the Letter or Express: :,:, at our risk.

i r rem 'n il t be done. Here dm search reek and just uIJtJ'e the deep' flounce, giving/ J. II. KSTILL; J AND IMMIGRATION COMPA'Y Weake

t 1 t In glanoe'-Hurvcyed 1 with the same serious: an easy loose appearance' that i Is graceful _.__ Savannah. ( !:a.BK _. L' Sick NeO
4 c impo.-.ure the corpse\ : the ': the crucifix for; ,slender (:hil.lrl'IIlIothl'\' featurei HesiatBe.

: the saucer wltlt the how water;; alid, i that of putting/ on a false: yoke ,just ahove AN OIUl ,\XC-:. OFFKUS Theee Pods all Diseases 'No

shed she had: satisfied hersdf: !t that nothing thu Spanish finance; this: is trimmed on the IT OIUUINEI) I1Y THE: COMMON[ Noxlem Pula Cur. J'ollonol b. Absorption. .q
I had boon omitted, and that everything was: lower edge and up each wide of the front the City of Feriiandina : into the Stomach. ielcnlatt Pit
f in perfect order, she drew from her i IICIt'htI with 11It'l..r edging ami allowed to fall userthe Cuuucllt' 600.000t'rt'l of Stomach, covering the Greet None f'ent-.s.
..>Kr.: I. That fur the purpose: II' defraying also the Liver A gentle Vem-inbla
t ,'i I u little, well-worn black 4>ook, ojK-ned it tlouncu! like it little \basque.TIIK : the City ( mernnu'ntihe! Tonic ahmrhtd Inttheclrlatonothe) "'olrn.J
; with uucrriirsliand, /It. an u'I'II+tll.lIIl'CI place, tll'xpl'n-el'll ill Of the most Liver purlfrtnf IUmullo t"MrMMiMl
are hereby'maule
Kidneys to healthr action,
: llostou: Qmrlrr asks: some pertinentI'trestills th"
knelt down, made tho sign of the cross: unit from tho collection of taxes for the IS7!>: Stomach to dlitntfoM. PRICE .tQttool ti
'v- her silent, moving lips recited' the prayers aproios' | of 'Opening/ week. 1. year :; ': AND! :\ : 141H. 8011.' ALL DaVOGllIor Ietltby:
Why do Women wear' oK-ra bonnets at drv For :sanitary purponcs..............sjtt.iNiOon: \'J-pH.l UJ-\UUJ.l \1a
for the'tenth garsltoticnings: i ;:: ? '.'. Dothe). women Vhut1t11a For CihOml'rll: salaries.. ..... I ld.oon Mau'"cu at 39 Nomt. Lu"TI 8t.
ti 1 surtont a ttHt' think that they mire 'speaking : Ot1o'' rent, stationery and fl'.I... HiOOO LA.MIS is TiE '4LIMoaa, 111 .

t : ,, 1UA' O'C'OJ,1'L'LL'S WIT,. French 3.11'heredot'sthewuuwtuLive l'/t HI'III r.t lamps) 11I-\JY:\ : A CO.( Agents,

.1' \ Throughout life O'Connell! was addicted to who.. went to look at bonnets: last:' week, for lighting the Mime........ KM) (II> STATK OF FLORIDA, XWJm: .
r Feniandina Fla.MONCKIKF
Allowances for unpaid taxes ,..... ftiouoIncidental ( ,
instances the eollarrette of imitation duchess
the uneof strong: language: ; as : wearing a
I expression calling the Members of the House: lace outside) an Knglisli: walking jaeket'tutu'' expenses-Imjuding legal
of 'Commons: "sixi I hundred, scoundrel; whit 'ynjled' attention to her :sin, It,. fastening" disbursements: .......... ...... ,>-4<.ilM( At only $1.25 per' acre to new settlers, with ,

1 describing: )'Disareli' hit "the descendant big hornets; : of cheap (Mowers at 'her throat For remit and bridges.......... :pMJ 110 the prlvili-ge of sehi-tion in parcels' of -IUacres MKS. IIUFFIXCJTOX, \

I of the ini|>enitent thief;" alluding; to Lord and waist: ?" RSIat. tNt These lands are BY J
bloated butl'oon." These vulgarism He it further That for or IUlrl' 1031.1I
Albany an a : S.X.2. o"lllll'Cl. COUXKK: t>v I'IXKxn: FORSVTH HTREKTS.JtirkNoiiTille
TIIK feather fan is in style.
new : Spanish Ht'the aforesaid and adjacent to the line of the i
t ; ; twined hU friends as miu-h at they full the pl'Jellt ul'J'llrlltul:4Ih ] :
and consists" of thrt'C'l'r\ long .and
his enemies. (> sum tC one ln
gixlloil user I'lnt. Fin.TKUMS
in .
slender fan
ostrich" feathers mounted n
the assessed valuation of the .
Nix memorable encounters in lected .
of most
t One ujHin .
and fastened I satin ribbon bows. Two ATLANTIC IIULF AND : INDIA
by pale' ,
J the wordy war was with u notorious virago; blue with of color between taxable prtgi verty of this ltlll oll-hu1 at WIT K1.50 AND *2.OO : u.\y. t, .
plumes one rose
who kept' u small huckl
f Quay of Dublin) ,'opjx' )...!iie the Four ..Courts.Sho them l'lIIIIIl1I"l..1 make of u two beautiful black feathers fan, and with others u: yellow are in l'url'n'y of the Vllill'lltatcol:; : According to Limit. ion of llooins.'THIS J

'I wai named Jliddy Moriarty( and acquired Jon'nn\lt.
l 'such reputation) for tho use: of foulwoils one in the middle. They lire worn MISl SET. 3. Collector of Tuxes f'll this city l'Xtl'I,1U; from .'JnX.\XIHX.: on the Atlantic .

.-: that no rmpwtable jx-rsoii would ven l It eided: from the waist:< by u chatelaine ofbtftiti is oiilennl) to receive (when tendered in payment to; : KEY on the Gulf l'll"t. WELL-KNOWN: IIOUSK: 1:

'.. I tu.e :to accost h, r ivein i inn the fan. (
: O'CVtnneU'it ]>ower a.s u master of rhetoric, .scrip) or warrant upon the! Treasury of the ntlJ'\1Ij \ thnlgllut will kept as u iir t-cla"'
t I "" w ion |mt a junior at the bar, inducisl some THE softest twilled .silks, soft brocades, city, for one (half the amount of tax due or stunt and rapid transportation to the bet-t hlU",'. 'Il ', having had C\-

t. i member of the bar to hack him against: brocaded grenadine, India!! foulards! Mime- jkayulile by tiny so tendering i'uy l markets. Iierieiiee both North and South will iwiv
Kiddy, and entering into the joke, ho accepted times satin, and occasionally: wide ribbon* tax but 11.fll or l'III"111 uMin] The belt of country>' traversed by the Trim- no jiain's: for the l'Olt'r of her patrons:, in

I the otter, mHll'rulubl..1 to have U tongue-) are u>>ed for l'Illltln.n.8I'CIthl'MIUIII.u..lrl.luh.: h.111oeT 'coupons detached 11'111INllll> making the lion> like its any in thusits'
tilt' with this n'll"uhtuhlt11I'11"1.1. noted, thee! are of tht! darkest rich colors" that have heretofore. h liven 1:4:<1ll'11 l sit I:K. embracesKVKUY ('

My fr e n1, the 1 t I). O. Madden, has thus l'IBrl't.'runl',' ete., they are very wide, ami "ceive l in payment of any tux. --- ---- ----- --

t tvuiusl the iualogue; : are gathered softly' together in an ensv, iire- :.:t'. .4. The Collector >halj prtH'tttl to the VA1UKTY SOIL UNDER XEW MAXAWEMKXT.Npeur : .
O'Connell was very i-ontident of BIUTI-S-S ; Lest-halking Wit\: The buttons are usuallyixnrl l"llt.1.ti"l 4>f ta.\e under this onlinunceon 01

he laid an ingenious plan for overcoming cither white or tinted and are curvedor : I/", at which time the taxes lo\'led >r HOUHC,

her and. with ull the anxiety of an ardent I |win' teil.S'KW as uforenaid I "hul lieu due, and shall cause: uHotiivof to be t'tuUI in the State, a large proportionlning

experimentalist: waited to put it in practice. I skirted' polonalsts. have the skirt IUdll"l1l'l.ti'"l of tuxes tit "luhljhl..1 peculiarly adaptwl to the culture oj :T. J1.1ay's. tiKflat.4.

II resolved to open the attack.. At this time I, sowed on ut the wai t line (as in skirted in some l.w..lul..r| lt' the city ten '
.4 U Cnnnell'rt own party and the lounger) coast) in all the parts except the I two middle prior to .\ ) :.m.I1I'\FBnwand Mirly tt'l.tal.,, -

?, i I ab.,ut the place ftrmeil an audience quite hack breadths; these rcm.iined intact their SKI-. .5. Ue it further t"llil'tl. ,TIlt allerdltx'tion and The lo"'Uf\ ('IJ"l uf T1utlei .. Tuom.lx. of the Kearsarge house,

j biittieiont to rouse Mrs. Moriarity, on publicpmvtHation full len'tlt, are very :slightly dr.ip.; l, and of tuxes for city lurI'Ol'l'|' .us make tlu-55 lauds worthy of C.lHKFl'L 1.l'.fJ1.V.ITI01'byluanufhtturertof "llil' )1"IUwin1. I'roprietor.
to U due exhibition of her ptiwcrs. an trimuuil up the ,tile :scams ,by ,11 )bonier.Two jK-mU-d until April, I'Sw. .***. rates, $:;}) jn-r day. IJIn-ral
: H'('tlnnt'U l'UIIIIII\'m'.1 l the attack.Vhats large) buttons' define the wuNt in the i5. The e '"lc'l.tor of Taxis .hall on or I.nIBE terms: made to those desiring 1 U anl by tin

; .. \ the price of this walking-stick, back and the fronts: are huttonod their en- In-fore April i, IS" t'lTI-oh: tu thl Treasurer ASI> N.\.LTOLE$. wI'.k. 1 tf
of the Ii"tf all fits who havejuiid -------- -- -
WhatVyour-name? tin hearth or elsi are drawn back somewhat city u |i'cr

I .* ror'.arity: ,*!r. is my name, and U good in panier fashion.SiMity : 1 tax for the year l7!). which lit shall Sl-HTLKltS: : lIETRo1'OL1T.N J I M X <;
rmsit M : and what! have you to say agin it? : are greatly uteri on the) rhildreiiVlri ('tlltlll the nami-s tt' such I perxin-+, u lit'se'riptiuu NKW

( and one and sixpence I is tho price of this i >va's, and though not urnmgwl twice alike! of the pnilsrty( on whih'h person R00Mk S. :

)421'k-trotb'tit cheap.- dirt *oit U." in front they'lhl! in u very largeImw has jkiid tax, the UUIUllt ul.1 l'hnlh'r Purchasing hunt from this company are furnished (t ) the 1W t t'f
of scrip fruit uch in payment Office,)
"One und ix|>env for U J unite low down on the back. ,'CI"l'wb n'l'\n..1 1"1 ll".itl
the amount (if ) oftunney with tittife fire on theTnin-
: jMUMHjt
? better than an imp lt' all any .
'hew'hy are IM and made
you of the sash caught together Il. HOIUIIK
ester to ask eightpi'iice for what it)...t you intii one or two are great;) to-wls; either of the received from > u-h person n the intneut :pay:* sit Kailniud for family and l pt-r.onal .111'.tltn It: 'l'IIPCvll !
city IS
twopence." fabric raveled out, with shirring ut the top, ICtax. nll Tn'url'r.t flue station nearest the land
onlerisl to set onMhinl of lul'hu"l1 I'KIVATKVXD: TUANSIKNT KOAltDIMJ.l'MlUP .
', replied ajiart :1
"T1yus'urn your grandmother or else some shirred silk pa.vementeris: ia.w.eUarc : COMPLKTK:, but-ing h \
n:'.'II\'. "' To you mane to h1It d.s cheating addi"l.TIIK all money and "riit} heretofore' land l in IiiI 'ITC.1 cl'ri"l'll ) N. IMlilW Xplirill to
' I the people I am? Iimnt.ttfr.\ indeed !" for. of uid tux uf h+;9), which money and 1 scrip Nt grant frm the l'titl..l :tul'olllllul'\ae tit n.\.IS.\BE 17-3iu
I/ml Fourtivnth t-imtiime girls: shall l'U'toll'r.
.\)', into titer; and it's that 1 call you toy.t'trteeth M.t ujsirt be n'utll..1 uion ''' up'plieunun ) front the State of Florida -- --
U'lultlell."Ultlle eight or tea yean is one of tho IlIu..t pictur-' to the |11l'r'IS jtectively who
,cut joined stick cantankerousjafkanapes. C.MIUO' design For the htnw it luus u long jtaid tht same in. FOR RENT.IS .

." your you aafor-hke blouse, fulling\ Imisvly over the SKI7.. flee it further onlained. That the COKUKSl'ONDKNCK: : SOLICITKD.: EVER.(. NICK: KOOM3 FOR KKXT:

i civil tongue in head, wui-t: line and a skirt tovenl l with lloinu-i oniiaunce adopted February 11. ISM, "regu law in of<' -
you tlu.l'IT)1.1T.l"r
"Keep &I your .
old tl"YfJ/f' cried U Ci..untilalmly.. For the .street 1 it mldix-a !.aus juutor/e owt lating the'.t' itcrceutugc to be lllltl'tl"n l tre awl :

L .,Stop your jaw, you pug-nosed badger, of rich l'ulon..ll'u..hllll're that in cut bias in city taxes the year 1 ;and 'rlth'e1 and fR''Ul mailed ouapplication. Alsn the.teotud .t.r 'lhn\'e Me sr.Hyilellt .
and U trimmed with la v jabots "
or by this and that" cried) Mrs.I Moriarty, every |Burt appn>priutioiu theninder, ullonlinunitM llro., l"I"Itf.h Tllnl ln-h
I'll intkn! you go quicker than you come." and cutl's.I'IKVTEU. or l'art3 of nnlinanct-4 minrolttlietwith CIIA8. 11 LEWIS, )1 .
wool .kirt-s of most del iratefehudca this UJ'inam.. are hen-by 3':-tf the [
Itu't be in u pa.s.-.ion, hit)' old r u/ou; tin- fl"-oltt. Land Commissioner, II City Man.J01J .
wrinkle are laid in clusters of 'thretlengtb" ) March 17, ISM).
beauty, \II'\ltt
will only
get.* thu fioly. If you your say another wont IIC wise pleat that are ltipl'trleit'.t4y upon| tacit T. KY!)!>. Oft'cor. heath ant Seventh Sts. WHNTINO, in t'\"lr style anti at
Vy I rn ident uf l lowest rates, at the MIBEOK
I l Iiuimdencs I'll tan your dirty hide, )'JUl other in the .aute.lueu taken u>ually by u 32-it. > t.uundl otf.e

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T wenTiuutlfse.

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FLORIDA. MIRROR : APRIL: 21.ioximxsKn .

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/* () : TIm.1:11: : I } LOUIIU: \ t:1-: : .rn.\-I-IL\: i.I(1.\J: ). Uf1: J (l r I r.1": 7110 mo. I and' tI": tI1'I,1 the ftI"ltlrl f" I.II..I.l''ltlrn..1 III It.Ai.'If-\tl I'I: indication tut-: Ptt-r..OF,ftl'Ij/'I'.ctt'IIWt.n.n'''for:.

I Cathi\li'.il IK IN. with their lung*, w\.t'i : ( opening ,, of -
sit'itlo structunby : t.l!
.l.\rK Kl.A, tlrdl tn. t n. I hllhllI"J'I'" \ Irlt. .
Their vibrant\ 11'] nn-l tlw hrl111 tongue!, which kuovimt ntVonlcd in n-ccnt sulr of t""I.IIi tK-t i iManlter
(I n.r ,\VIST: : I IXIHA I TIJAXSIT : ,011111111 after" thN date Trains, !! on this!! H.ltll I Over the 10\1..1 :the city [1'11 \ It'IIII,1;.. ani 1",1, but /,, plcvestnlf II t Mihvaukt-i-! *1".rt,
: I5AILIJOAD: will run us! follows : i Their ,, HiI\ tho ,' I r / \vii" lot nl-
\ Ir'
1:1.'r 1111"j. "it. (14 11:1. thev r.'i-. aitl; f I" n'li>it '"" /"'' Tin pi Ih"/\I1 Tii. I whl.I
1'Mxixsn.AU: I ; I: I itAit.uoAD I : I I DAY 1'\-t.: :, ( iU.: : ( I'.xiT.tT: N' I'I) I T.ll : :i '!t i .les'.l.i .ire rA" essential '.yiity! of the t'lvnumind cau"c i iliec I 'IIId !:1..t "I "", hno tmkn
lla//ri 1l.llId,, he Mviiui: In hit path of gold. thv thnuijih \\intcr.aitd wn>
( ) nloMg <..ii ,, .... 1':11.\:: ; .: Id..I
AMcr.Minm.AXD> I\e .laek oi\ille! : I and in 1'1.1. than a ; tlu'riTfrv, mi l>ctt'-r thl if jmt Miw : Horn: Leave Hald iu !11:0::!* V. M 1. P"in'l'ap'I' ," s. vf< mhoy to me.A IhiH:1 : grow manifold : and fpoHe water. Tin1 priir i i.. mi advam-f "f f-V.j")
I Leave Like:' < lity .1IK I ;; :\ .\. >i I'I < he ",'nil1.lil" "n his lather's"Why \1" tIl' I'\'l'\ into.fthl'ir manifotation genera of Divine :. 111":1.1.111 the opi-nlntf prii-e*" !i'seati '-'
both per '
"t 1
7/i /e<7 1-i-tirinirii( htAM, I Leave Li\e Oak, .... l'oo; I'. MArrive 11' eg-j* tint \'nl"cv me 1.1.1 :; 111' the essential o : ". \\hit-li April 17, at ''i ,l .
at Suvunnal: ;\ ................. >: :J.' I'. >i. Colored; so iinelyviti: iiiu: >- ,"l gol.l .' unitv we are. by I unity... c >mpelk.l $*;J.1'A I'nr tirdinaiy: 't.\n'I'I. with $" I'! the '|tiot.itioli -
I Leave :Savannah; ..... .......... -"olMI: i .\. M I. .\nll l what i i.. the,; beaiitil'iil bird lhat lays our divinely: 1,111'-1111:1. t'ry: 1.ttnI",1 tpj.ility. \
li'MSo !soi'Tli.Leave Leave ......... ......... .">:.V> l>. MUave :Such mi KaMcr tia\ .. .'" t. iil'II: '| Our 1,111.11 nns 'I. i.:, 1'1 .1
I is
Atlanta. i 1. : l I.lIkl' City -VOO: r. M 1. hllitlll';) proceeding from the I Pi inc reason, eonsttintly TlIK HrslXIXSOl-TUHiK I AT TUB Wl>T.--" 111!
Leave Macoll (jl. ;.-t."> I'. Ml Leave ll.ildvvin ":< ."> v. MArrive 'Tenderly shine the- April >kio' onpo\iil! in "'Ikllj out a unity oconsNtemy ( 'hi'II' SSIVN Ilii' Jiiiii-uitl <(f (.'< uiMfffr lt t

,eave llrunswiek, < !a. (i.l" \. MArrive I. j at .lackvuiville ." :lO") I'. M I. Ll'Ilillh'\: tears in my child's bin,' ot' Ilall. t.i : 1,1f''llllr.\ tlut I.iy. "the; \nuinr! nf dry p'i'ils Ini..\iin.--i ,
Fcrnamlina II I a.HM.* ,\. M 1. ly. in the "" of our t\ll Jil ; i ahead of that trll"'III'Il at ,
Leave! Fcruandina,;: \. MArrive I :MAIL A KXl'lIKss: : :: ;, (DAILY.'.) And cxery; f.ico: in the "tivet !i.gav, and \1'111'1 thinnatunillydctcrmincd! tlll'l.k I this: i: period ways I ;1' year 111:0. X lt only Ii.1'

Huldvvin l.2p.. t.11l'H'I' Leave .1111'k oll\ ilk"K:: I I'. M I. cloiid this ynung .tcr by snylng, nay? for such a unity, con""iMcnev. 111,1 ncces'ardependence ; many new buyers ht-t-n in the market 11'1

Halthvin for Jacksonville' \\:01':: M I. 1"'iI'I''hih' HOUM-. t\\\: I'. M. \h 1* cudgel my 1'lII for story he hq in. I I t the operations of 1 \,1"1 I t the states :mid h'rl'it.rI."t.. hut there hl: .

Arrive Jacksonville (('1111I. Route: ).. 2 j'W:: p. MIxavc Leave Haldwin........ ......... ........... ;::1"11'" M I. And tell him the tale in' tl': :tcfcggs. \\ hi1 i-viMs ," ;\ n ,
Leave D.irhyville' 7-: '.> r. MLeave by \1. rl.I..I. long been familiar in this market. IVsiiU'sineivhantx
Hatihvin t for Cedar Key. \l..Vi 4, I'. M. \ Sanderson. f' :o7 I'. MLeave 1. You have heanl, my boy, nf the One whdied. 'nlttj' mind, "hiI determine' I mat present in pl'r""I. il.ll..t"lllll
Arrive Waldo Junction 1'. It. 10.. .Ull'. M. this the ,
( Oln-tee! :N4l: r. M. .tl! 111 Ili' il I''nllllfthillj' making their sehvtions, -
/'('a'c'ulI.... 4.-.M I I'. MArrivc I.l'I'I't./ Carrie. S .ol: r. MArrive ( 'I'IWII'11 with kl"1 thorn" and crucified.Anil i is what 111'I.I"jit'. call >: ; I t iiiuioually gond itiiler ttl""'. Our ilryjro"tlsjobber
::'>" I'. :MlAave how the wealthy, whom (nol eatiMof : I pojiMlarly: 11I'rit"I. i 14 \ are \\vll .Niti.:linlith the !'pt
/Leave laincsville. ."i.2i!II'. M I. Live Oak... .MS!: A. MArrive reward,,o"lh. merely= that point in the 11'l..1 t.!11'1.II1. trade: !'I far. and all of ttllItI. e.vtriniflybusy.
Arrive (Vtlar Key. it.oO! :; I'. M. Tallahassee. 7:0" A. MArrive ('.Ir'llli.r the corpse oi" his IIII\'rl'll Lord.And of Ilh ill.I'.IIIidlt.,1 forces \ immetliately "
Trains Jacksonville aiul Xnrth IIf Raid- Albany.10:':> .\. M I. piou,ly tombed it within Illrll.k l \ \ it ,' are Ii\human. be .
\\illlail '. Arrive :Savannah: !:00: ,\. M. And closed the gate with a mighty block. ings'MI contentedly superficial I I as to feed ha. Hr\NU\ TIIK: ( 'I IH-Htlllh'\(' -
Initially the Knowledge of mere nne.xplained i1. a hard time on tin1 Congo,
(iOIMi< MlKTlI. Leave Savannah 4'Mi::; I'. MIeuve on flo'r. having
Leave Cedar Key..*.?.; .\. M. Albany 4tH' ) r. MIxave .Xow, close by tin1 gate, a rail tree grew, ) facts ; on the ""Itr', ns we fim 11Iwly'rlt. Arrive (iaincsvi'lle i S.41 .\. MIxtavc I. Talhilia-see A:4: .; I'. M. \'ih pendulous leaves and blossom*' of every day I the ready assumption nf any causi I is Owl. l.V miles from thl''II..t.ll theditlienlties -
/ tiainesville. X."iO' '\. M, IIl'a'l'.1'l' :Vb"!: > .\. MIxave hJI'i; 1 for I fact, rather than remain l'tlh'ltth nresogn-at FatherCarrie( thinks it will
Arrive Waldo ( P. II. U. June.). !H.4M .\. M.IA. LTike City 3.V: } .,. M 1. And, deep in the green tree's shadowy breasA 1\11. 11' 'rI"IIlIp"'lrllthal the !'''/n'h IiII lie\11 before t the termination nf the terriblerhain the
.- I\'Wulilo. !I.rlo> ; .\. :M. aveMt./ (Carrie\ 4:1S .\. MIxaveOlustce beautiful singing bird sat t I'l her 11."t. causes i \' normal human of mountains. ran be rrai-hed 111.1

Arrive Haldwin..........................12.17! I'. M. 4:40: .\. Muvo Which was hllrl'f'l with mo ses like malt iltdl'l.t.111/ young menhaveehiell;)' set-olid station ( : I :Sanderson: ft:*\) \. MIAIIVC ''I "Iill'IIIII'111 to ," II II thillllth'r i i. to avoid ht'll; joo miles llilltlilt. ::11Ilh'ltll
Leave Jacksonville ((1'1111I. Ulllltl'.I1.1.\) Darbyville. .'>::.V) .\. M. .\ four eggs of an ivory white."Xow. imposeil on by the easy habit of taking 111 Ito ascend theCoinroto ( t\iallhl. I
Arrive Haiti .12.30! Mlx .. ........ accidental sequence or circumstance for i he to lind Ins A rat Tib.
Ix'ave Haldwin\ ............... fi:40: \ MIx I hOII'1
vc Haltiwrn. ... .. .. ..........::....Ii..U: r.-\: 'ave White House. 7:0.: ) .\. M. Wlll'l the bird from her dim recess! real ('IIl'. It may be easy \lll'tlllc will explore tl WI'4tl'rl part of the
Arrive Fcrnandiia. :3.40 r. MIxuve Arrive Jacksonville. 7.r: 0 .\. MOn Hehelil the Ird in His Il\Irial.lrl'I\ that the abundant rain on the 'Ult Congo as well u' country on its two
.\IIIII'lClkl'll the heavenly face so pale the of the At the time to at
J Fenuindina. :3.45 r. M on Irilllll\ l'III",1 by vicinity Illkl\ ntl'I1tlllt III'
Leave Brunswick....................... .1I0 p. M. )llIiI"lCll"tI': from!<.'1 Tmin Jacksonville. Shi-ping Can am< And the! dear feet pierced with the ,'rll \1':1; 1111 not very ditlleult\ to com- \ tl:Mboina.THF. .
I Maetm. 8.40 A. M. run through to and nail, prebend how the comparative mildness of
Arrive ave Atlanta, (ia. 1.1.r.. M. Savannah ; also, Lucas Sleeping Cars I Tal mithrough Her heart nigh broke with a !1lcl'l 1"1) the winter season at Ohun, us compared witl : gigantic 1 work of htlll11 under the
Trains to Cedar Key and South of Haiti to and from. Jacksonville lit And out of the depth of ,' orn.\ Kdinhurgh or Al''nll''I. is caused by th North river in order to the Interrupt

win daily except Sunday.PENINSULAR: lahasscc.FKUXAXD1XA! 1<1t impact of I broad ('lrl'lt of warm wute ion to railroad ('011111',101 ll t Wl't'l'I
: () KXPKRSS: (DAILY.) from the Gulf of )111..1. Hut in the rt' ion Jersey City and New Yurk.l'l'l4 tl be proceeding

RAILROAD, Ix-ave Jacksonville.... ................11:15: ,\. M. All uight long till in the her morn was up of morals nlll"litl'!', where facts are Onl'l rapidly and with l'\'l'r' Irl'll.t otuneccss.
( Waldo Branch.) Arrive Haldwin.12K: ) p. M. She sat 11,1 sang 1I\I."n'uth'.ll'I\ much arc gencrully The company which w / / in

JOINO Wirril.Ix Arrive Fernandina...................... ;3:40: I'. MIxavc A song lf !lrnw. as wild when it strong 1"111",1111'I't..illlll t\' example!' the enterprise has. t capital of $W.OOOtl> ',

'avc Waldo Junetion................ 0.00 A. )I.. Fernandina. :.-! _\. MA As the hill hllcwllli roams tl of "PI''I' of reasoning which U'UIIM which it is thought will be mitllcicnt. 'fll'tlll.1
: Ix-avc Hawthorne. 7.40 A.. M,. | >ave Haldwin............................ 1:20: r. M. ; loud and the carnal dependency .f is to be lined with a wall of the ,
So full of so long, and will be well
anil cement
I Arrive Ixx-hloosa........................ 1'1.10.\)1. Arrive Jacksonville 2:3.: P. :MPassengers I That the. h'IJ grief of the world was turned tsong. a the facts on which i h hl."I'I1' I ilemagogui once hl'nrll, finality I lighted\ with of brick pas. It will he nlxmt two and
IIOINCI NORTH.Ixuwe for J Fernandina and Cedar Kej 'fliltl111ll'l'the assertion, in variou a half miles in of which one mile
\\ 1'Ith.
Lochloosa. A. MIxavc take this train. No; train from Haldwin tiCiilar
I be under of the river. will
forms and with various illustrations! of th I
there the weepin
"Hut soon came, wi
Hawthorns.10.45 \ M Key on Sunday.IVissixTioNK. llr' about two in
that all the thi years. Wh1
i Arrive Waldo Junction.12.15 v. M. .-At Haldwin with A., O. A: night, clothed in white 1'lllr"II.11(' .11"'rh'f use ('llln of the company will be 11lc : t
A angel, frllltllllllr'hh'f-l\ritll'rlt.
glimmering ;
Train (nun Waldo to l/oohloosa and return W. I. T. 11. U., for Cellar Key" Oalncsvilh take in Jersey Citywithout
I And rolled the stone from the tlllh ie government t. and that t they (''U all l> to passengers! trh'll
: Tuesday, Thur.<
West ; ut Luke City for Tallahassee, Albany: Where away the IAlnl of the earth and hl'I\(1 t the I intniductioii I of I perfectly I ilciuncratigovernment land them 'In Hroadway. '. A i>owcrfulengine
ATLANTA.Close Hl\'lInnah,1I11I1 I'ollltXurth and West i -a of argumentation t \1- will be kept constantly at work .'
: at Jacksonville with St. Johns Uiver Steam ; I is "lt''I' through, by the in pumping air into the tunnel. 1 1A
connection' in niadd nt Atlanta. G .. McKLHOYW. And Christ arose In the cavern's gloom th'tl. as \
J. S.
, North East West and crs. And in living lustre came from flip tomb."Now "lll'tiullf one hlllIt. cause to all si 1-
I' and from all points M.[ DAVIDSONMaster Transp'n.Superintendent. ( 1Iu inut)' cure.- ('IUll'J'r. flalj to haw h1 written i

'.. I Northwest daily.AT MACOX, OA., ..* ._ __ treeHeheld the bird that sat in the heart of thl' .1,1,1-'lnll'I1111 t"'I'larJ.1I'.l'llunl,, by tfinpcmr Nutolcon| was .a tl n\rl his father child when and I the pupil future at. t ,

With Trains for Kufaula, Columbus! (ia.,, :, PEXSACOLA ANI the .Stirling on traciTIIK the military school at Bril'IH. has just been
Montgomery: )11Ii1l'lu,1 Xew Orleans. JACKHOSYII.U HA1LKOA1) .\ its .('I.1tall't'nll WIL' \ a sweet di. Irotollll'1I-1 masterly "'rnlll'. It is (1It'll1rl .">, 'I

I AT FEKXAMHNA' FLA., MASTEK TKANSI-OKTATIOX'M OKFICK, I ITALLAHASSKK light : MISCIIIKF DOXK nv DIMK rIVJI.lll'R- 171, and runs thus : 1 Father myitrotcctnrn
FLA. February 3, IH.SO. j jOn the NALIMM.-A correspondent of tl cannot afford me the means (f
: With New York and Fernandina Steam- .\llt it "\t'lll song on sobbing lih;
York Wiirld writes to t that : living in this house, bring #,
. at 2 18.HOpassenger Xotc climbing notes, till higher, hi 'II'rI tilU\'I Jllf'honorably)
!'\hil.l.illc from Xew on Wednesday, ami after :Monday, February :, I read with j
Sin of
York Friday at'S.40 this road I will follows I- shoot to like of tire. : our Journals mo back home nt once, I am tired proclaiming
,' 10.30 a. in., and for New on trains of run as They hl\I\'l'l
i and is I and the
"ll\l" one 'indigence, seeing
lun' hit flutlm my of 1 1A
from Nassau X. 1'. Wednesday Irltl. tlrl
' ; |1' in.; ,. on viz: .
:: would which
like cause insolent scholars nothing!
white-robed I'1hl'lnl *
the glittering, angt le Miccr Wll'l
Niissan P.,
N. Wednesday.
\ ; for PASSKXOKU I THAIX-KAST IICWn.1A..U.l''l.hltlllhool'lH'.lllIily ; \hl'l great pain, and from which I am very luc t tsco tl their elevates me, but
::. With Ueorgia and Florida Inland Steamlioat hit f"rhUl
.... .
at IMII' M in a degree I who is not hundred
The of the grieving bin IAnd your paper great there is I not one a
Wcdnes- song
Co.from Savannah on Tuesday, Leave Ouincy.,. 3 22 I'. MIxiiive sorrowing to (lie of horrllih" mmdcrs the noble which
day, Friday and Sunday; for :Savannah) on 'Tallahassee............. (Ii i U) I'. M. heard til fullwillj chant t tf mirth the' IIh1tlll make "plkl.Id"w. Is Ht'ltll'ltl I
I Tuesday, Friday und Sunday. Leave Monticello ...... 7 M I'. M. That hailed ( frol Ih\l'nrth. run cold."'/Xot content rl'r"ill 11III"I 1 I I h."frll. of A your IIln tl rl'IJlln, who, "tie 'i
\ With Charlc4ton'Eit'IIIIIl'1'S: (St. Jiilni'n and He said, 'Sweet bin!, In' forever blest wil 11'IlClr'llt \ 'ltll'k f'Wll//"f.t"
Leave ( ;ireenvllle. t! :3H I' MIvaveMudison of and
our neighboi their of insult nit*
and Ilrlh'l own means
I f'ity 1'oliit) from Savannah ami Charleston\ J It 2'tll'J MIxave Thlf..'thy eggs thy 111wr'uth'll11'lt |, | have a I t''lrll! of by smiling at enjoyment? If "
my privations
; Wednesday and Sunday; for Savannah and Live Oak..............?' ". 2 15 A. 1\1. crime" (. ,II. olll'"IO'1 frOll parts of oncountry unable to improvement 11f'of
\i'r : (:Charleston Mnndav ami\ I.'rilla)'. Arrive Savannah................ ,. \SKKi .\. MArrive ".-1,1 ever, 11dlill., "ill'I' that blessenight I and ll'n."t: many "tlirIII'me any from I)
Flora .daily to and from St.Mary's .. C\'l'I Ilrl. 11\'nr Brh.ut.
With Steamer'
.A Thomasville .. .. /I i 55 .\. M. I firmly believe, are rlJl' up fYoii 1"4itllll into position.
]. (!a., and semi-weekly to and from Arrive,Albany...;::.:....:. .1O 2.r: A. MAirive Heath bowed down to the I \1"1 l'colltl
St. Mary's, Itiver Landing UikoCity... ;3Vi; A. !>C. ht. their\'l'I' t'llll'J are pleased" with rcadmjj I.'rll Please 011111jlll' 111.

AT BALDWIN FLA., Arrive Haldwin................ ti 25 A. M. The eggs of that sweet bird changed thel I have rt'I,1 h'l and ('\'l'I more Mill "hor "Ialr.dictated 111\'c vain desire of indulg'M Ilt{ I
> With Trains for Live Oak Tallahassee, and Arrive Jacksonville 7 >r>'o 1.\. M. hue rible luli-s" in one 11iIJ.f a In ..mlll'lllItl.hldl tlc I have no
ull iMitnta in Middle and West Florida. Arrive Fernandina........... 3 S 40 p. M,. And burn with f'llallll gold and blue, nir, this is all wrong ""10rnllgl"10'r.NIW ( taste expensive for. 1 only want to to show
FLA., Arrive iuincsville 5O4 I I'. M,. Reminding mankind, in theirsimiile way, all/ing. To familiarize the ordinary that I have 11'11tf procuring them
AT Arrive Cedar Key Jl :'JU p. M(. Of the holy Imrn.1 of Mister day.Pitt with such bloody details brutalizes the rllcl'r 1'11- like my (companion tie YOlr respectful ami
;, With Steamer Alvhn for all itoints( PASSKXOKH TKAIX-WKST: \ HOUND.. Jftinff If Itrlrn. mon mind and leads to ('rlll. The hoy" affectionate son, llonnparte.
landing on Orange Ijikc, on arrival of Peninsular Ix'uve Jacksonville .daily at.... 5 l 30 I'. x,. who robbed the house! on ItlulJlIt .
Railroad Tn ln. Leave Ft-rnandinu .10 30 A. M. XDUUATIOXAL.Observation month confessed to having read "II""I."t- JAMAICA.-Since my last letter the island

AT HAINKXVILLK: FLA., I/eave tiainesville .. U02( A, M. t thunder novels-for ten ('l'It.. l'IIO| lenr (hal had a visit from the Alllnl.l'IJJalll-
With Htagu Line for Oculu and Tampa on Ix-tive Cetlar Key............. 4 30 A. M. 1 is good, and accurate observution |It.I111 truer line than Wll'l he xitid : ing the North American uI11V't Incial
f Monday, Wednesday and Saturday; from Lcauc Baldwin 7 00 p. M. is better; hit, on IU'I'.lltf the \'at 11 monster of so frightful mien, station, Kir 1A.'CIN,1| AM'Unlock, of
Ocala and:Tampa Tuesday, Friday and Hunday. Leave Luke City.............. f) 40 p. M. variety of objects in thcuniverse, thcul'Hrv- As, to he hated needs but to be Il'l; flll'. Sir I< | in well known II'rl M
Ix-ave Savannah 4 3O 1'. M. ing faculty would be overwhelmed amconfounded If too oft, familiar with her face, he watt for Home years till commodore in
AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., Ix-avc Live Oak..............? 2 15 A. M.Ixave did we not possess some sur We)(1 first endure, th1 pity, then embrace.' charge nf the Jamaica wing of the squadron,
Madison :351 M. their multitude to no U affectionately remembered by ull
With Tamtta Steamship Co.'s Line for A. method nf submitting a his ali
''I Tampa and Manatee Momlay and Ix-ave ircenvillc.............. 4 :3!) A. M. certain regulative principle plahl\them under makes Hulwer use, of in the following"Night alt Murllng. ('IUl.'H of the inhabitants on account of his
and Leave Monticello 500 A. M. the control of our IlnlIJ. tl'lla- cxertloiiH to alleviate the Mtifferii gc insetaunton
4 p. in., and for Kl'yVC1 Thursday at 6 in. Arrive Ttlllahasxee 7 00 A.M. the principle is what we call cu..ikntul. II'WlpuIO'r a herious eiiidemic that occurred during
With the, United p. States ami Havana Fast I -Ave Tallllha.'oIIc............... KJU: A. M, and is discoverable by hUUal rl'I, some novel at ami riK'ity certain that has the charm of helll hil Her M lesty'.stcumslilii 111rrl"I/t
Ix-ave ( .10 OH A. ::1(. it exists in worh Il'ltlvlmlld! having hoard the Prince* A Victor
)[Steamer Admiral for Key West, Havana,. juincy .' cause clearly everywhere a it like leeches.. It ami revolve on hc.r
i Culia, on arrival of Sj; ccial Train every Tuesday Arrive Chattalioochee. .11 30 A. M.CONNECTIONS. which is the mallfl'latlol of Divine reason-, it ; the idea grows up u horrid' anti George oWall"'urrlvl'lllUreun Princes day
1- afternoon, at 4.30 1'. m. From Jta\'alla. : This classification delClbul the(ulcalml- tasmalian monomania, and all of .I/.n- of the Ailinlral's 11'I"utUt. AH the
(hiha, and Key West every flatnnlll)'. SJK.cial ; .- At Live Oak daily with the Savannah tal unity of tyi- tC11 In a hundred different the I 1IIIcII arc but young IUII.ltl guiding rlnl.ulII
has on all things. This unity manifests .IIU'l" moreover hut ', it haa wisely
train to connect.: Florida /tld'l'tlr' Kuiiway to und from iniHiscd| sown by into Ihldll. Il'l'\
With Steamer RJ/Jerpril/e, for jMiints on the H'ullahtllil ull Northern )llh.r und Iti.l in the creation of iioints'of likeness foul flowering.tholt'I ) made a rule that (hey are Itt to rc.h't any

; Suwannee River, on Thursdays ut fi\ a. in. \\'l1h'r Citl(1. Whl'l I.lzl by a nicely olweryunt Pniv use your iiitluencn and that of your of the public honors usually paid to royalty.
: "_ For information rl''l'f'l'til/g j mutes( rates, At Ixike City daily with the Florida Central eye, enable it to distribute the iiiimciiMvariety valullI'IOIII'r to change this terrible evil.1TKM8 Their first vUlt to town was made tlld.n'when
(>tc., apply to Ituilroad to un'd from Jacksonville, St. of tilings in the world into ('l'rtlll shortly I after lutI, they cil'mllrkilt
,. \-N; A. o. MACDOXELL, Augustine Pulutka : ( und- landings pan-els of greater( or less compass,'('" genera the public wharf were ,lth'l'l IlIt
(;l'n'l Ticket and Pass. Agent.I on the St.; Johns l-n'rlrill' and s|>t-ifs, which submit tlicinxelvo OV INTEIE.'T. Ktng'x House, the oilldal residence of the

I U E. MAXWF.LL, Jen'l fc'upt. 2! At Haldwin daily with the Atlantic, (lulf naturally to the control of a comparing ami j.vetorulh'lIII"lt three wil' out of
;" -- -- and West India Transit way to und from discriminating I ul. The first business "f! (sylf the largest IUIIIIH fflflI gold t've t'WI. fhey eleven
.1 Tilt FLORIDAT Fernandina, Cedar Key, und the student, therefore, is, in all that he sees,. sii-n in San J Francisco was 11 ," from their hip and play one dlll from
"J: with "(( Cai nl1Il, Kl'y'l"t andHavana. to observe can fully the ]x>ints "f Ik'It'*,. the of1liof the l'ul'lle refinery, corner: ofMontgomery tin,1 KII'tul cricket cuh. und the rct .'UIl'l und, with these, ulio the most striking and /tlilillll .trt''b. for a their time on shore takl'I up with I
alol/I for the of, ) short time la.t week It WII about and excursions to the gover-
OWN IMPROVEMENT: COMPANYFeruuu At Chattahoochee times weekly with point" IIU"rclu"; IIilt. lm'r- in Ilrl't'l aJIl'1 parties
the Pcoplo's Line all tm'.tltal Line Hoats. to fiice go as Il''I"lrly along with the h\.II'long by .t'VI'I width, ('Twr'J mountain residence ami the mag
\ ht. Its value c-srimutcil atTIIK ) J
( uf *along with light i 111 was known tu .
und from ColumhuKufaula: Fort iitincs, lk'I'I UI got ; $1'(1)0. gorge tUUJ \1.
t and other Itiver landings.. though they do not of t hl'IO.1 VI* coil; railroad to the crater "fl"'lu"; IN : which i li the wonder and 11
\ Sleeping and Parlor Coaches, .titute any al.tlal thing yet they separate The dc| ot is liuah'lllt a tluriltll thi.part of the world. On )1, j
lluHvTOWIIH \Voodrulf" and Lucas l'ut'lt. rUt daily lxtwefii .> i>iie l'UUI from Miothcr, ami oncspccicM oi II1'llht.l/ ,", or 210 Uctf" ,, 'lay rcimburk am) null the name day, J
Jacksonville.T the same from another. Theclussiti'tion northward their hulling )plueMjng
Tallahu>Mi' and genus the Ols4.-rvatory. A rcwtaurant all cafe ;oing let .
uu It. II. Line, (>uick time, sure (.tIIJ't.tiul. inrfectsafety. or order to IK; soiiL'ht for in all tilh'II callable of accnminixLitiiig one h a' I am IItru..I, ll'rl/lu.-\uul

And Cedar Key.Offers ElMtAU VLIKT, a natural order ; artificial arrljl'IU.'lhl. pie is uttacheil I to the deiit. Ultf'lilo. 77//1/-*, Affil' 7. .
20-tf Master TransjMjrtation.NOTIl'K al that of words 1 in an / thtlola. inclination of this railroad attains at various
--- ry, or of flowers in the .Inlrl &)'ltell iNiints, forty, lifty and si xtythree degree*. A 'cm'MKY m-hoolmaater once told his I
OF IXOIU.OU'IOXCjTII ; be to learners in aniarly "lid, when they fehonld \
II.tAIY. may u"flllUll two ]iaHHcnger cars, the Vuvlul l'IIi. to hay
: FEKXAXD1XA AND JACK- stage, but. I 1 11.r'rath- ulI Iltl'ure; aifoniiinxlutiiiK twelve 1 i-nuiis to comma in reading; "tick lick "
to Lessees and Purchasers a Parge tOSVJ.U: ICAILKOAD (OU'ASY.By tr hindrance* to true knowledge. ". What a l.Uh..The .y"tcm mlopttv) in the l"Jtrl" whl'1'CIt they nhould ('It to I 1'11011" j j'tick
OF AN AC/f (JF THE roung man should aim ut U tn w number of the most eligible and desirable Ixegislature. of the State of t'lorida entitled liabit of binding things hll.tu.'r according und is known W''the prismatic system." 1 ick, ," for a | ,Tiod, or full .

I>its, suitable fur Husiness' l'uI'JIt..eH, or for "An act to provide a penerul for tl their bonds of natural utliy ; und this The puri l h minUter having went wont that
he: of liruwl. anall" 2111 1 lo done only by a l'l"utinatlll(abroadriew 1'lltK': AI IxroHTttlM FeHKlMUY.-The he would the M-hiMil the next day the
11'OI'Jorut"I ane vl.i
City or Suburban Residences, md approve February l"H, notioe Uliereby \ of the general .1.t. 01 accurate monthly .twuu.ut of the Hurcuu of Hlatl.tit .- eacher the pupils to leave out the"'tick
gin'l, as rlluircl| by said act, that aompanv ,11'rldlul of the sjxial pr j>ertien. 'Die ,.I I Wi a of the Incrruse in *I in f'lllj. but to think of them all
Ul-ON EASY TEUMA; (' has l een formeil under the namwif nall'given by the t.Umot|>e >ple tJ flow* the imjiorts of the country, without a corre- he tuime. M* happened that the
the I-'EKXAXUIXA ASU JACKSONVILLE HAILunADCoMpAXY rs are hlltam.e of .uperticiar similarity. "|111111) gain in the exj>ortJi, which 'has boy called up by! the minUter hat been
with ull the without at asvhen for m"th.Itt. During tnt ill and in
Lilieral Discounts on Values alloweil to Uil e any attempt 'rillllatiul t"1 f'W' .Uli the'rt.c ilay, hurry
right*, i privileges, and franchisesonferre /water-lily st-rms by its name to hull- February the liii-| >rt i of 11'f'halUit the master( \had forgotten to give him his in-
jiarties engaged in manufacturing or indus.
will the aid act for the pur{ > of l't"tnu'cilj it has no real connection. A Imtantt for the name monthof IliJthe hu.t.U f lt- Uox\ >y l<> f'IL a chapter \ the Old Ttta-
triall'lItt'I'Jri 'I, who erec-t on proj inaintaining, and o| erating a I on the other haUl, who hU minutely, ing at the rate of titty-seven 10'r l'l'Ut. 'fb IUllt. which he | ointe'l tut. The boy com-
crty pun-hasol substantial improvementsfor ulilic use in the (conveyance of |*TMHIS and .l-4.rvcd til chanu-ter and I organs of plants 111.rtl f.( ppxlucf UfIIerl.hal.UM.for and ia his l I..t accent began-"_\
j vill t.lass I wlwr-Iy rather with the papavroiis month a n'atl$ !, .).u( >, l'ol.rt.1 l with 11,1.l onl unto Mosea, Haying tick
fl*it1el1l-e, or in which to conduct their Inl\lrty.; \ line of ti.1 Iluilroud will beilmut or, |1'1'1'i ) ali Kive'OU very "II..t. iii i7 j. the lint .igh .,I'uk< Ultu Jllkl childreu of Israel, tick.nk .

business.INDUCEMENTS. twentVHine miles in length ; will beonstructc.1 111,1 reaitons lint doing I.. In order to as- months of the tiscil yi-ar tl 'im|>. t tick and thus nhalt thou nay uutolieiu
)tt'tWKI a j-iiut on the Atlantic, forming Jiabiu f( obM-rvation in this IIl'rl'hl"t1 al"nt Ullunt tf $.iJ7.:1"IOt.Ulil.t tick, tick tick, tick." ThU unfortulite -
: TO MANUFACTURERS iulf amViht! India, in a tge of locomotion I should ailvi'*' young ,:.inoi, ) for the Mime l"uthl t( exhibition actwl like I hhower-Uith on

: by exemption for & term of years from Sa.Kau county, and the St. lt\tr. atur I iien never to oin it visiting tb local niumvuus 1I1"it! showing!un inm-ane of UWI.NIU.UJO.dling lie |IUr mater, while the uiinUtrr aud I IfricJ'J Id*
about the city of Jatksonville. of any diMrict,as often as they may have \ the III-r. of 11..1. to those offKxN ulinoet dicil uf lau hter. 9
taxation offereil Ly the several cities and [iass through of the inunties of Swl an opjiortunity ; and when tht-re tofontine the tl' eight iiionthn reachesMtV .
Duval. Ilr J. N. I. heir attention' generally to that one thing :'. .*. against $lrt.i..U.for the like :
all which
town Apply to J.\HHULS. : vhich is mojit of the locality. { eriod uf 117 *-7t> ut tncream) ofll2'Jt Il'IS -l'15E Il Ufii Inventetl

rOffice our. Heach i 7th itJi., Fernandina. ?. WICKI.I'. I\XW.I., \l11:": 11 stoking at e\I.lllng gellrulv ends. in re- f'tIJ, or over .ixty \r i-ent.-.V. tur. out t11 to tea thousand. buttons per

tf'tf /'I4Ut'l.. J/&r4 ). 'JIr 'utUt erinj:IwCllug. Tort Kffuluy l"vtt, lly. at a e. ( tt'n dollars.'rllE .


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] FLOUIDA MnmoH.p. UKXUnAL': McCLiLLAXS LAST MeClellan engaged; : ; the Confederate, at ovn .sYSTEJ101' ILICTIO\: 7'11 K.IK iMinoriMi'T.TlieniixJety :.
SKUV1CI: : TO TIIK ItKM'nLW :South Mountain( and, Antictam or :.shurpsborgh \ \.e are getting :< a people to regularly ; felt about the appropriation

Is the title of an article in the April .\'" ( on the 17th. Mr. Curtis claims of devote one fourth of our (time to politic, or for :t. Sohn's bar i!+ natural one,but should I I

8.1 TV//J.I( ]; .1//:'" !J. /880, Aiiicrifnii; llciini/ ; written by ( ;ieorge; Ticknor :i course. that MeClellan( ( \ (nits victorious, but in other word what is. to I large number of j not !induce the ..s'i '('''/ 1',..tu'at"utne.that

J/7t. HIS!l UK KLKCTIOX LAWS.Mr. ('lIrti Althoughery; interesting; : ; in all :I admits: that his: Ios was: li'.KJw! { : but claims! people only 1 'l\atl'III.1 :struggle by the i any li'p-itiol, : existed: in this quarter toprevent

Risbce) nn tho lltli III' writes 1 its: details) we have: not the space Jo insert it. I, Leo hail IO.INKI' more im-ii. This was not !!I I many to help (the ftt'l otllrc." it. In looking over our till-* wo
April t to :
1 i the tinn ,nil! /Vrw mi open letter in \vliicli I and. can only give a brief abstract of its eontents. true, but. it i is nms-sary for 11 Ir. I Curtis to account I II |I I Moth parties ha\1 tint a I ranva s for deleirutes !; find in the Mirnir of September :IS 0. 17! u

" with a good 1 1l'IIII1t'! skill and adroitness: hesubstitutes I I for MiClellan not following Leo after to their resp: <'eti\e conventions, and |., letter from I correspondent traveling Northby

: false.! premises for, t ho rl'IIII"I'IIC.i 1 The narrative begins with brief referenceto I' the battle. Ho claims that MiClellan's "orders there: preliminary: !lrg II'" are almost: us: tl'all'r-ll l'lItl'\llIII way interested .

I assumes! what tines nut I'xi-t.: and cling) : the !great, battles around Richmond in I I : only invested him with the command actively 1'II aJ.cIIII( l< the real :struggle! the in any bar, question or in property hero.

tu the {Idea that "the war i i:1: nut yet nver." I June, H
j' lie lay down a!* his principal dogma "that i to vindicate Meridian'( :' military fame, and : : on :such order it would! seem" does tint come, off until Xon'lh'r. hit the n\: ":11' \Vi>Ti.n.v: TKXV: ,

J the) :ytntuurtsuf; Hl'IIH"'ratitlrlldh.itit'II ? I t.' yIarNlut'vn'! ,lutitetrcatuu'mitlhlsgallant. to have been just as I'U"tll. get a little fur ("inventions hlrll; early in the year. They September: 12"J li

lo nut enforce the! :State> election: ) laws (ur) ulliccr received from Halleck( and, :<:Stanton ther. Evidently: that t was an afterthought.Tho '; I are usually: managed;, by leaders, cool. in .(11 often; from verified.home 1 to'Jacksonville get the now, j 1 say.Ing -

I and, the injustice perpetrated' ; by Lincoln I )battle Antictam really drawn district. : 1'IItl'I'n"I
and the nomination
punish: fJ'awl1l1'01l1111itll',1In, tile intent of its was : many : States party board I I give toy intelligence ;
1 candidate: no one will ,deny. They hay presumably under the inllnence of )ld'll'l-1 battle, and :McClollan wisely declined' to runtlarisk is equivalent to an election.Vitbii'l i, 1'\'rallilt and 1 Florida I which ha* the
not done :s-o even when they have admitted I lan's l'lll'IJli,'. of pursuing:\ Leo and rcnewhur till' our boasted republican Ilrll of J.I"l'fllll'' ( .1111! Illowly., if', lot in alwiiy something!iH-rteotly, they re
the fraud and the crime. I In this respect: The famous: letter of .Mc'lellan'( fromHarrison's I fight( on !ground'. of Lee's choosing.: The voters: have far less: choice than in the lahit'III,1( at one with! I.... They believe: in

that party has: liecume; what the New York Landing to President Lincoln I'liion army wa too badly: crippled, to tin-\ 1I.dI41t'di..I"\ The lol.hilll: 'fixes the 11'1'having I railway :straight 1'11 1ernandinat !

I Herald declared) it after the election in 1 tXi under,! date of July 7, i* 1 given in full, and. del take It, and MiClelhin( widely concluded. ;Slut..' and the party supports. the nominationa. t .Im-ksonville by tl''r sllnrte.t line

t } ft liinfi." rrthcm\ 'credit. on the sagacity: and patriotismof :: I to he Si-.tNlij-d' l with having: 1'IIn.1'uhiI: : pos-ible, ) ; think that was 1 blunder Riildwin.avoiding ever.
to devised the tlft<"ir by
( :\1((( 'Idlall as a hrrge-nliutltrl, ;generous- ton. The 1 11'lht"I1 party ty ha three or four 111'1 Jacksonville, and would, like the
Well, that is the
tu 1I1111"otIartojr
say : a : III'arlt..ll'Ollllllu'lIll'r, who wished confine Rut, as might, I have been expected'', the inconsiderate 11lllJ men who! . arraigning: ; tin opposing! party as ,t the contest\ to what he deemed i I also! that the difficult -
its 1'rapersphere : hllll1l'I'lItl.joll'l and the ("'artisans they a::ree as to the policy to bo pursued. the I: They J\II.(
slob underenvcr of the Now York\ If, ,Il", nf
: I : t the restoration ul'the t of of the other defeated question ltauchititime
authority generids..jcaluu: ofSir'lellau's matter 1 is: s Conklim and ( illlrlHII'nt
It i is well known that t tt"1 'Ulm'rl the truulllv+uiuc.Ililiiog
\ I :: ll-
partisan' : n-e.:
\the l I'liion.In I (( success, demanded vociferouslywhy have Hjjivisl 1 to Alit! .-t! cpl'r:1 ((rant in nom trance of the St. ,11'1 1 is. best solved by
of the deputy i marshal by the 1 Rcpub- II this famous: Utter. he This I :MiClollan! ( did i the
says : not pursue Lie. KvenLincoin : ination. 1'. l TII:1' ha-1.joined the' c>ilition :straijrhti'iiim and tirrpciing passage:
1 JiI'UI1II\III'tgl'N i \ hi 11'1i,1. under Little Johnny febtflliun' )has asMimed: : the character of a who had despaired! of saving Washington I I :,11'h illaiiio prefers to .ee. :Mr. Itlainc noininiifed I, called '"the i.tens'where: by cutting oU"i

Davenport) aroused i the tittenMon of tho war; as such it ,should! he regarded) l. and it. sent a dispatch with his Licking( and\ I and the stahvaits generally to i some elbows and tl't'c.r111; out the less channelfor I

whole) country l to this: Republican: \ :scheme :oh"uloll'l' l''ll"l'fllI the highest principles told, him. to "destroy: the rebel tutus It' pos.siblo. sifpport' his ""I "lti'I' t'l'i :, tll'1'I'l': : of canal twenty lt' :Mitllciciit lill'1 or depth, u 11'1-" I,
'' 11.ll'lIt
controlling\ uletlions.: How. this law was: \ :4 known! to (Christian ihili/.ation. It : ) ." ) .. "hal''InanhuMmatnaunr'titlutthtdi'hhu-, capacity ., coiinoctiii' Jacksonville! 'and! !the

cl1al'tc.llct the .l(/!tics, a papofof llepnhlicaiiproclivities : should, not be, a war looking to the subjugation MeClellan" ( : did.l not advance, and he wassuspended a The whole country I is to bocam'n entire JM. Johns River l country with Fernantlina -
:\; : "It' is not denied. and I 1',11 I'allc\lllh' and the 11",1.1'11111 I'I'ol-lnll(1: J
) My. rail of the of -il.hl' but ,
)people any : in any event.It : ) ; still the advance was: not \ .s.d and rallied' to the support of one or .
Hot ho ilciiieil that the present mode of appointing should lllot IKat all a war \Upon population : made.: It would be rank mrecomirilcdrr'helhfnll of those at no )great expense. .
deputy marshals on election day ; otl'l l'II.lh': T".ll'laI111:1" I "wIIIll't'I'\} ,v ( letter that tho idea
!* hut against t armed( forces and politicalorganizations. for Southim: man to say as 'does") do not hesitate (to express 11.11 Ila
; has been marked ,hy ( abuses. The law of cunuling: along. the inland passage a well
gross :
I Neither confiseation of property '- Mr.1'urtiy:\ ( : : the unlitness of the npposing: candidate of \

i under whicli they arc appointed, applies! only 1'0Iitll'nll'xI'I' ')persons, tir'rltorlalfirganizationof "\Ve mu 2 to cities of ''OIJIIO( inhabitants mid when rivalries. and; are not new suggestions: having
over hy ; :States: :4, nor' 1ur'ihlealndi 1 mean +, deep' liati)"ell and vengeful ( TrillIII texMiis with untl-iirniit( comniunii.itions : r
far tho larger number it' (IIe11 cities: are to bofoun'd'ut tion of should) he tar, 1iejuulicas.ha'I I \ I their sway. It l'Ullllllt 1'1'IluIl1ll' their birth here. The truth ''i, swell questions
t slavery contemplated amoment. *. Tho ?7/ni.i'ihaits'dcpre-'
that if Mi'Clellun 1 1Jt'l'lIlkfl'lItl.,1III
( hud
11.ll'llitolll. and (there i 1'
the Furth, The: United 1 States are ::011'11 naturally,
In prosecuting' war all I'rl.'nfl'l'l''t'l.rt -' tae would have eatery alllt hl'rlU: and Itlainc, '
:Marshals\( who appoint these deputies! for> had, to for it before :i 1) doubt (that the :straightening and 0
\ and unarmed person t should answer U court martial, Rut the ( bus; nominated
+ services' on election day are always 'stn's!; he the. and that his blood would )have )been demanded. Wll'l 'lln'lItlll deepening of the (inside passage from .. U\'UI-
strictly the
protected subject only to necessity be one the other, all acreexpCetCd
1 partisans, and In fact generally receive their; lit'11I11i'tar We know what decdwere done l'I"llllatl" I II' ; nah to the :St. John's nn.r would be a benefit
I All
Din-ration. private in that l'1'rloll.l1Il1h'r the' forms and mockeries I to swallow all they may have
.t' own place.s for .strung partian.shlp., It has property, taken fir rah lihtry use should he paid of military Justice:' thought orsnid, and ''support the candidate I to Florilll and especially to the St. John'sRiver

been proved that in a very large number or receipted! for ; pillage'and waste\ should: :McClellun\ never again( WlIlIl'lIlru"tl.t! with whoever he is with spontaneous; + and unbounded country.' I w"lllprollhly enhance

f cases the deputies selected by them' have I ho tl'l'uh'llu.4 highs! crimes ;, all unnecessary l'Il command, but ho has always hud tho enthusiasm.From the 1'01-t: business, especially if i could: h
I '! been persons of; .the woistehiaractcr) who do. sternly'pruhibihd to Capo Florida/ and would rather
trespass ul1tlllffl'II-: demeanor admiration and respect of 1Jao t of friendsat now until the Chicago Convention,

l' the dirty work of ward jMilitics 'eperi of by the military toward citizens the North and his l living reputation has the organ: will bo engaged( in u war hltWl'I'1 help than hinder tlc elrtlllllle to improve*

'3 firog-shops; ( and of houses! of prostitution, \\n\*! protnptlyrebnke' Military arrest, should survived while that of his "J1.tttIC:4ItU:4: nut (their own party Cllltltl\tl:4.: Il''" thl'l they the :t. Johl'lI hartJIIE.'S"

+ 4 glib"'gamblers and hi ,many Instances,t ; not be taleratect'exccpt.10.! places) : where active increased with, the lapse of time.T11KY will npen butteries upon the dculucretiecun-
convicts ,_. ; GRAIN TKADK.
mut *
t charged drunkards. They hostilities! tarsf, and oaths' not' required didates I be they whom they lIa '. (In the

'' stand around the polls: virtually as independent by emictfnents\ constitutionally! made should GO TOO SOON, meantime the Industries: the labor and the During the month of March there wan

:, agents and usually have the r1Khtof be neither demanded nor received. Military The month of April is ,u proverbially' a business of the country is disturbed by the Ihllllt from New Orleans forty-one cargoes

urn.stlng'ltIwut warrant, any man whom government should be confined to the preservation tickle month. Deceived by a few warm days pendency of this great political contest in Hrlil. averaging ten cargoes i>er week.

t ? thcy.cha>so to of niTering a fraudulent of public' order and the protection hundred: of visitors: at the hotel: along! the which they have very little lot or share. For February twenty-six cargoes; werI4liIPl..l

vote, and carrying!! him off i in,, custody: ." of political rights. Military power should river Ht. John's and elsewhere hastily! conclude In the South u few white Republican lenders or nlMlt ono 1 day, no that for

The notion which Mr. In'sbee has that not be allowed to interfere with the relationsof that the winter is past. and the cuckoo constituting not over live per ('l'It. nf the : 'i the daily shipment of grain Averaged

;' such law are wholesome and necessary servitude either by supM{ rtiiigor impairing calls them home. The steamer and curs HCl'ullcal ,'otet will exert t hl'1/ll.h'l'4 to .").',U bushel. ]Ilr day. I loaded on

laws, will not commend !itself to any dispassionate the authority of the master except for bound North are crowded and hy a kind of lurslaul this Ijlorlllltlu" of negroes on the railway l'll it would require over 150 carloads

.) 1 mutual impulse of attraction, those who begin color line : per day to load three ships. This
mind and we commend to him repressiugdisorlera! + in other cases.( 11.1 to l'nll'uvor to overrule the
} to draw crowds with them to meet statement look.{ to the 1,r transfer nf
go interests gradual
l i the further remarks of the Kalian: "The "A a system of policy, thus: constitutional the wbhl and convictions of the
on tlieir way tho chilling\ blast of the northeaster white of time Lulxtrcrs will the moving of the surplus: grain I of the Valley
notion which seem to run through and conservative and pervaded by the influences litlzenl I'olntr. ;
Mr. Edmund*' speech that machinery of of Christianity and fretrtonlwould receive sleet! and snow, and to wish, themselves be wltltrawl from thl t tilll at this critical of the Mississippi. by wuy of that river. /

I (buck again. Doubtless: it i 1:4: safer to period of the harvest and night The freight from !t. Louts of )grain in bulk ;
t this kind however had it may be lit good the support of almost all truly loyal lI'l.tllJ'4
remain North until January than to return will be held and to New Orleans hy tows of barges 1 i. onlytwelve
for the i.s which :
enough Democrats one useful men, would deeply impress the rebel masses: l'lnthll..1
,. as! it may santetlnuesprose' in sweeteningthe. audplllorelgn11atfonsundItmight: behnm- North in April. Why then, year after year, kept up until after election.WHAT cents per hu"hc1 The corn ail.
do the rush to the wheat' grown in year 1 follows .
we sec repeat experimentso ) tie j wa a*
malignity of a private quarrel has no lily hoped dent it would commend itself to
fatal to many every year? The answeris PKOl'LK 11:1XT.Time :
plane' in statesmanship.: the favor of the 7'11
Almighty. : it i 1'4 so warm here they cannot stand it. New Y\rk an re Ila111.Clrn. lllh J71td_
Mr.( Blsbce /say :.'Why any honest dtlI It must bo borne in mind (that this wa: a I However( that bo on the Ht. John's, no .11iOI independent Missouri(I Ill;!Gq,92i) i 1.H\aou: :
may literary in ( .
an nn r.Ua..urll
I who that each lthll'ul paper l.tcl' Kansas $ ,71!>,74() 18.LW.Mn
I i zees! recognizes 1)tltltlm11'urt) l private letter put into Mr. Lincoln's' own temperature could be plcosantcr than the availability, uses following language Nebraska: (! :

; 1 has legal rights that Its opponents' uro bound ::hands by the general at the head of the IIr.JUli'H sea coast. :St. Augustine; and Fernandina width we should be tlC glad to Believe to U.ii 1.O'3.7

I to respect. ran have/ any prejudice" against in the field. Total. :"! (;
then at time
; are quite a* pleasant us any be true as regards a large part of the intelligent Nj.l1j,2IO 57m1IJ1H
the national: government preserving peace (lenenil MeClellan( confident( in Ids, own during the winter. The sea-breeze by day North Making in oil :.r>:: millions of bushel. nf

i on election" lay it i III dittleult to under motives tutu not worldly! wise, overestimated and the huld-breeze l by night make. it llwII141'Il'l"ollllt For the people are weary of sectional grain ",which at I\-Mst 1111. half would likely:

v stand. LincolnV; character. The Il'tllrVa'I! undoubtedly and agreeable} f strife, surfeited(, ntl 11"1"11, wUI iMilitlcs go out by New Orleans.

The A'atlon,,replies : 'It' I is pimply }prexwtiTous | shown to Chase and Htanton: The l Kgmont t with its broad .piazzas, facing and politicians! political ':- 111 partisan ( TIl tow-boat, Iron Minmlnm left

to usk any,party out 'of power to ac- whoso Idea of carrying on till! war were entirely legislation and they long for the rlnl for New Orb-mis tt
t. the vast and tho west, with u carefully devised of an era good feeling with :'ttio.oiiu bushels of
enduring mil (un
# I l: cPpttminlly the doctrine! that, ejections are dilT:rent, and who were riorlvycrt' ventilation through its s|>ucious!l halls, any .1l"'Itiul to the"t public interests insteadof in bulk, one of her bjyye+ having 100.000( (

Mire to be pure: if watched; : by functionaries hostile to .IcClcllan.Mci'lellan leaves to the ,visitor nothing to be desired in to ll| arty end. They want public servants IH'lr,1 The freight receipts were ( &

i; nppoinU-d as'U11itell! 1 Meted*, ,MarshuU are believed he could attack Richmond the >yhupe> of indoor comfort, as. also: the of, not ivoliticul not 11.tatlt. and of, war.the methods For- To iiirry; thcnmnunt. of"grain which$10 would

now apjiointed, and who like these functionaries HUitcc.ssfully! if he were rc-lnfurced, comfortable Mansion( House while JI'I"l" IIIUIUrl'4 .
: an President they want IlItutl'/llIIall. not a warrior l'lldoWI the river 3XK( ) sulfas would K-
I are" dependent for their places! a* the and begged for more tmoj" >s. The matter noon drive along the noenn beach invigorates -one who in llln1tl'r. training! and requisite. SiipMi.e] that this tow-bout

re-iilt of the election" was held in abeyance) for nearly two weeks, and delights all the stnslint f few long experience in )'!! is ci>n>picuoiisly I had come on with herto\v loW to Cedar
l for (that high otlice, and Key and
On 1\I1lJtheroI''a"lnn.) will\( consider! Mr.Bisbee's ( when ho was ordered to withdraw to Acquio remain; In April to enjoy, tho pleasantcst ofseasons who js 'lualti"l1 accord and sympathy S lip were waiting at Fernandina to receive

theory that the want of progress: s at Creek and thence ordered Washington: here, and worst of''seasons North. A with the Icrtl'tlin : and need of her ? would
II'lil'lIt cargo require to
I oars
,1 the! South us compared with tho West I II Ijl. is ahlllll'prl\'l'Clllf the command of tho army -few'' hundred go up nnd congregate; 'on the tho lati"l. .is righmt to-dmmy, and not whoWII bring over t that grain brought down 1.012

4 I 1 owing to State right's, theories. in the field. '1'ope was' Delected as his. successor sand; \ hills Aiken. and await u further advanced right twenty '('It ago and wrong;: II1W.'hl're single tow. There it i practical dif by one
(-- "WW3IIIHILLK and began hi* career with.his famous season ut the North, but the great are two very: i>owcrfiil 111111101101 in bringing such a tow(to Cedar
tie which militate the Key, and
North against truel'xl'rt".iou
jl. FLOllIDA. headquarters in the saddle" general order, mas: ''plunge back recklessly! into tic mud lies quite within the i
.Although till really superior agricultural 1 1I and MeClellan was left SItting in, his tent and sleet and discomfort of the treacherous of this fl'.1u : we mean the press that such a trade be inaugurated.I'ruhabitil' J
I and the Roth much may
pulple. are more narrow
I : portion nr }o'lnridlh6 not been a4ye't much and listening to the sound of distant betties, mouth of April. Very likely many person .

t I bought by immigrants, yet it ruts surely! int whikhmIWlsentI'opea t'ugitivu to the shoresof are really afraid of ,sickness fever JIla lariuUllt than tlll'lte whu' they address ; both MALAKIA.
instead load to better
t !l; future really )become the utt ractl n, point the Potomac, where! he had the mortification what-ntit, unaware that whatever sickness 1f'\Il'arorll up :\"l'ralof the upKT| street of New York.
thing and to inculcate such sentiment
k I. for that very large class of Western farmers!, to meet It-('ll.lIall and to ask his i>er- there ever i it in 'Iuri.ta ('oJlll'lIln tho u'4 crowded with elegant houeof ,
the .V/'w'i in mixedlsdicy l wealthy 1aa -
I ; who are familiar with aid desire to g1'lJthe mission to ,'utl'rulllalngttn.. late autumn. Florida is a Ill'llthll'rItnt.: ... in e lrt'"C are l'lI1agl'l.l a pie, are booiming almost uninhabitable
of is
i \ Maple cereal of the North raise horses, lint Lincoln and his cabinet were demoralized the three spring) month: than any other! .I'C''ltill ull ugll': I .I time of the weak
the hrl'kilj HCWOTpipes
Ii mules swine neat stock etc., adding the and expected nothing less than that :State in the Union. There I no reason why to Mipjxoo average .Republican I in the street.. Typhoid fever ami
voter who all the week his own dipl -
Southern staple Held dully of cotton, cane, Lev army would at once ('aptllre'u..lall1 our hotels should not remain full until the 1u.l"which the.'south is theria are raging: and in order to save the

I to'ucro! rice, weet-potatocs.. Tho farmers ton. Alarmed and broken down by Pope's middle, or certainly time first of (ay.IJlUlC1' miewsJmlr'rin and malignantly persistent the lives i if the inmatcsin: !tic bouses the pipes

I of tho.l.t; are used to cultivating in digesters this President aiuHicneral Halleck ly misrepresented: mal from the", ., have been dhs-
111Altir.The Hl'm'I"nltil'll rtr denounced, while nn :Sunday l.t'
Liltor-sav- called (ieneral McClellan's house in Washington
I largo tiehis, and with the modern at '
) notice of that take 1"1 III''tl'll
subjoined "Xl'l''h'lllIrrh'1I1 jM.litical harangues the
ing agricultural; Implements; they plow, sow, at palf-pa' SOUMI in the mornhtgand ( tll'II"'c "I One of il greatest discomfort* dangersnf
at New Orleans: nf u largo cargo of !imported nu : :surprise all -
'I"II'llf i II'a' ; greater
I and M-od slid I that Col. Kelton, who bad to the Il'rhall
gather with Milky plows' planter gone hi the
i)1 ergs goods from :$t. Louis J and Texas indicates is even than honest, It ( necessarily great
r !- ; harvest, thre..h clean and lug their front for information, reamed 1 that there fi'1 : ta' u<''lluhltilll! of malarial air, by
4 a breaking up nf the old bonds: ofcommerce ., 1I'Jl1liill .who has v -Uturcd I generated
grain in the (Held. Tho fruit grrwiug and wcro fifty thousand stragglers! already the rh'r the fl'rll'lhltlOI and decomposition incident
.s which required' ewerytuirg 1111llUrtl..l South to visit relative or for I the I
truck farming will, as it dm now, attract roads leading into Washington and that the I to a crovvdisl Mijiulation.] Tho of
to IKI-S t through! New York, and the health ufsiarnclnenlberraf family or with Princ
l hi. i
Immigrants from the! middle and eastern city cunld not U salved The J'jysident Wales, 1 few year since, wa brought tu
inauguration IIf a system of direct trade r "iNew a praspoct of bs atiigenltlu cim4tact
take .
:States! who are used to small farms at their a:-kcd MeClellan if ho was willing;' to death's door by the i >isoncd ]
Orleans! and the lI..i/'l'i River to with ,,th'r j-ople, antiits for hiinstlf I utm''lllro1'Hhu'.1
,t old homes and others invalids, mechanics, command in that Mate of tlihur MeClellan by the -\\'lr 1,11"of m3t"iIUhe

the of the and that iitulti'tni.'u"fairiaiiittttIhospitable l
supply valley 1i..i.iPl'i we are an ,
y I clerks merchants professional men who agreed; to do MI, and strengthened the thl'l I"'l'IIil
transMississippi country : i oople' desirous of the settling
fc tk our $iato partially account of climate defences nf the city and pledged' himself Mr. K.: N. well known by I.h
A MVMMOTII: STKVMMIIP 1'utin.-T11c ; among us of "wHI11''l'll'. ir.ll'.th.e of po- Dikl'rI.
and, health, Florida MI large; u aide, and save the capital. hlaeklioards nf the Kxchnnge: wore skill und'knovvledge
(ulUI !total views ; and it not take long tl'.lani..tll'nb"I'r-
has bitch a varied I capacity I that It otlers to No orders were' given in I writing then or adorned 1 this week by proUiMy the large** : for the'to MIthat"t'r'I be has ing, has published an illu.-tratedarticleiu the

nU the choice, whether cultivation of the afterward, except an indefinite one Kuodfor ..t al..hilIIUlliflt that (has l'n'rll'.J|I"'ted I X..rllr I Xl'Yurk 3Mul .! !
llrlul', sliowing bow
while at the North mKKil and deceived
in the htn titutiun. The steamer Il'el tn
tho Northern or Stlut tho War l 1..lrtllll'nt "that General: Me-/ I .
I ;;semi-tr'tp1eutfruits,or h.1 of thoJMminioii Une, bring.thelurge.und j jmust as to the true state of affairs thl' ; dirticultieatteivlant, nn the system of
n Iuth luu.l
: field and or lute/! Clellun will! have command of the (.Irtitk"i
staple m rri winner valuable that hut-arrived in
crn .111'| cargo 'l'lf.'he mil if he remain he that his I plumbing ami ewage may I Ill avoids I mind
J,o tilled in all sections!! by those who will tloiu of Washington: and of all the tn*>ps :- sailed from Uverpool with !{0 tons, I ht'I' } pipes nutile to suliservo their
thatsiutenlstsanalfttiiugrhndutehim I II thl'
nf manufactured iron, earthen- synth
from tho .1l'fl.1U'I'uftho capital. U-e, after 1'IIiootil
/ fceek tho localities a.lI1It'11 to tho specialities lIIu'l't1IIrth MoClellun care. drugs, ihemirals, Nines, lilU"r. etc., I to the intelligent and superior chis lit i its( i! |). >e without detriment to health. The arti-
they desire to engage) In. cwt while stucco menacing ; and took nn ut Havana lucid in
odious nay bo more rapidly bottled than followed, but before. leaving! "called j She will arrive In'no Friday."e"i tUh. II' Ilth"1 dtLI". _____________ __ | likl.tllultl i"'Cr' 'rn" cXl'lanatunit IH.I ranked aril and pnbliy ilr.

others yet other localities especially the fertile J upon 'lr. Stanton, who rwvhvd him with UIU.JJ the consignees lu"Ill'ruf:<:t. 1 Ax Indofiondont Jll'ublkans"d..i.u btrefach'n.

lauds of Middle Florida} will in the near J exubcrent expressions, atftvtiun, taut that Texas, imjiorti'r and recognize. We hope 1.111'thi II"l'n'rl the I I I has been started in the State of New York,

future, 1* largely added, toinimpulatiou uudhet j he bad always l been his best friend. Km l>eginiuiig of u large: imi* rt business: by way the tint meeting nf which U culled (iii theM .J 11 Rrttr _\11! now the New 1k -

nine this great producing section' of the j jPtate. bracing (icncruMeClellan with ttultriu-x, ..NOW Orleans. This city might toMiiiply/ I I at .\111)'. The main {mint ut issue Ills negnrtaecu.'(General h (Jrant. of Uincaptured ;

Even with its present imputation, I tstiinton: Iiado him hail not IkM'ii five minutes when till txh'lt of at Il'L..t #ltI"IlUI i is anticipated that the meeting heanl
year by yearits" productions are largely gone Tne inwunl trade has ill'J'l'll this si4'ml I f I I I II r1'l'1 only ono of the to'utn.I"uu.l

creasng.! .n
ing; nhocking abuse." I Ikl1 fur vxi uii:ion.-.V. U, Ilciiyuuf, Mh are mentioned as purticiunts; l ortunity to kiss the new )(0


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t %Ol'l S. "iK'iitli 1 Is !!xx\Hter thaI: the "\11i\111 1 I l'KO.1/ l.I.lnr., 7'( CI.7l.IK Kl.T. of the railroad. (*MI th" Keys there l"l.rllha. I I'I.UIUIU 811C.I.V.II..
have "tooII.'r the last two h litlcen hundred, the larger I .\' '.. The of
1l0lltll4 :; Tat.Ltut.+t..:, Pt. \ .\I.rill.! I lily I (xipulationof riiiiof ,iinniiii'i : 1'111"11101 \
Tit f New York Tribune seems to f.ix'orlllainc lam ashaimtl to commit the task II t'I I foliliHt'liiriillttn; : Having spent" the past: I poition of (thi' nuniher Ilil.t in the town 'L'llilII( r'I"1't "I' fho !tt.y.fur St.Marv's ,.

for" the Republican nomination. pray that Y"I will not tl'onl.I'Y"I".lfah"\t! h'l ,d.ivs nl'Ith"liH' of the .Atlantic (inlf of Key.I : This town, ,jndigngfrom, the : /1.1 :St.; Mark's: enmil 1 wIth.intimatesof
I Ir i is, said that 1 my 1111:1.: but let "Orl'IIIi"l. who 1 is and West Trl it K.iilr.uil. httwocnllatdwin 'I number ilsstouand si/e of its tofks I cost" ", puts fhls matter 11 tangible shapifordisinsslotunnl -
at'prr Republican countyconvention rich enoii.ili.. put me 11lr 1''IJ'1 (Slvo; IIlll. Key, I seen and of good. is doing! .i Unix ing business.There I for "OllU'i.1 xvith other
held in :South; (Carolina the delepati my respects: to all the Ilnl: '. in hoard tnnrli IIhl that tl\'..; to i I are several imposing looking, businesslioiiHi routes. f, .
; .s have been instructed: for (Brant.jI the! cellar under mv 10111, '\'01'111tl.1 of tinreaders t'your 1II' paper" ill'I' "II1 : 'anti l | there that xoit ,.. to the law loxxn. of prep- th1'suntinit level Is, sixty miles inloimth. J
1111\1111) Ton sIhulllleFloridianti iIin> for tho first t 11'I'Or,111 .I tl I 170 miles : (
'Nvt:1'i:1.i: : l is :spoken ..I'' ,by :some ..I' our proper awn\ I hope, that vou'may I tiiin1 Kast: Florida the ,'contrast, i is almost! asuroat I III shells! lime 111.1 sand, and culled I loA foot aboxo piano of reference- ; I ,
exchanges as: a possible candidate of the join; the church of )Ir. !Mcrtnolf. :1'ha'l I re. I a* that one of the older Static I ,''IWI'Pt. buildimj; l PI' Mcllvaino is i now I II there are required eleven locks !to \tmceml

Democratio party this: fall'; for Presidential! "IiI'IIIIII to do "o l.v Ilt1 before I wrote .of tin1 "I'liion l.l\1::11,1 til' great State of Toxn.. ,: 11' I I..ut1'hisIirtu'ollrren'iotl, el l, of nearly and descend : IUI'ull"I' in.itenal to bomoved.
II"JlI i Jlal i.I. l 1'lIot) tnnil your mind about i The beautiful hills and fertile xnllex.s of :o.lxt11111". 1101 theroufel'thiiuilsiiugI I I I"t1 .',ti11,11N1" ('uh. 'III"i; total cost.
my (':\'! "II The lands, \\hero I am (Salsdon, and .h'II"ltl counties; are I a 1,1 u llt''h.w. .\ the 1..1101. null the I 's iItuts.'fist'( !
TUB)! report) that (;oI\"l'n'lIr Tildeii l had, I going; ; are brighter and lovelier than this uni I exchanged: immense : plains 11.1 harbor. I WI" Ilt.hl.llt, ) : 1',1..111., limit' ; : iidviintnvcs ottered by another possflilt'
withdrawn from the Presidential! :i Il'rdfnll'"lo \Ir.t. K.vpyour, I hl'I'1' to covered with :10 ..+ forestsof t II II.l of t ho oldest 1111.11".1 1)11lliill t'1ti71'IiM of route haxe been but little Ill'IIIOl"1( I
canvassserin : !! '( ,,) nl.1 Ibll; +Sunday; .. ., 11 11\' yello'V '. Til'"I'llllgI..1.1.111h'r that poition of the :lall. ril I \'bi to the I ask of the of\ the I
to l hI' confirmed, "by :.statements!: made I i llihlo! 'II willill txvo ]iillvn; tickets: fol :six I Kat: Florida\ almost. )1'1"I, i famous IIlnl niouniN anil notice 'ol ship l'I'I'I"ll'C'IIIII ,, "' ('' xvhoso only ,
by his. friends usV 1i1 us 1)th,' statements' ', doI.MS] .\ lltl|, are ('7mCirelv'illy, \'nl '\\' nl'l.'al t the Imij train:of cars interest al..11 ttl\ II .Induing i profitable t'ollllll1'IIIIhlp\ 'usualo11't'ying
tna: le I'oncerniiisi his f.liIiJl.t'health.: Leval' bo well paid for. re k'lilg them. Kiss 11.11'1'1 \ before some. hlht: Inures! at which it holds Us huts/ the l nidlmproem I :the 1 least: possilile: dctontiou vessels '

; I I \ou family til mo, wih my li"t 111\. I mill 11'1, \\hiili: i IHll I'awill mitt shippim 1111".1 nt' ( 'lIllall.111t oxpoit I great I 1,111) it, and of comparing i with the 1
TUB t often-tried and ]long-udherod-to: two- "I(> p. 11.-*-1 did to ask yon \h1 d.iv inniiv, of 11111'1.1'. ) things for ( ".1nl' I I St. Mnrv 'timid :t. Mark's rUlh'. Could xxoiisooiul
third's rule will probably be adopted, a mi in I \1 wore in my roll"e this afternoon to lend ,I Ollt' (loses !I11 1,1 the stacks Illh'\ Tosiethervith \1:1"1; John W. l>oii l.iv., I I in I Inl"1 tit St. Marv's and drill .
tno, one cloa'i! shirt tutuhulot! in. Please domo ber h\II\ : dust or ceases to "fTI''ntnll. '. Y., a gt'ntttumaihniiispirysa : ,; southward d.wl tll' middle of the '
Sit the I iK'inoeratic Xalillllal"n'Jllillll.( TiieState 'I IIIItliil'ur. (I.I-h\. I am to int|; this the :1.11111'"tt the\ saws from the time 11'1 heloaves I great interest in the w etlre' of our State. I '' la notii ing tilt ..lu1adlri"lil'l'i of 1.nll.\

(Conventions: I havinj, ; been\ called,\ upon xv-irld in a fcxv minutes.,: YIIII'Ilh.\ : : I'.ddwin\ until ho roaches t tliotormiinn \\ent .across in ,: boat to the island, of AtScemo 'I I' of the country' wo ,1111,1, 11,1 it to livery
to express! their views upon its advisability Yuan I M. Iln\) : I of the (Connecteditli 11"'I'li. cHI,'. \ tir"t \ I.Ill .1 the ovloiisho (I I different to \It: ; It Is, 1'11r1111",1| toI j

have: t tl\I! :< :far: recommended i it:" continuance.TUB 15x": il'tl!('r1.flIt' coroner the' old 111',1.,1'l are factories, (':engaged: in piopariiig \, pine 11m.. II Uo.ijy; of New York. .\ I h,.. TIl land gets: hlJll.r I" iug
W'I'I'III1\,1 to the house "I his,adt. I 11I\rlh' for the parking 11,1 shipping I of schooner was; tit its \1.1'1 loading \\ith lum in some places to two hlll'I.ll'l.1111t"r.l
Xew York. \ visiti-d the cedar
Rider" that the Democrats attachedto : : i all kindfruitainl xouelnWes.From I I.1.1 11 1 ( 'II11,1,1: 1I1.lllIllal''I:1 .
J tho summit of Trail Ridge I to (Cod.irKeythero'id E 1'abcr.. thogieut 1"111 nlnull'at.turrrlit'
the, (}i1.1.\is hn\ lalll
army appropriation 1,11'nntufntil! the "O.11.11'lO:1 York and ( "' 'I he .superintendent tin
.t is i lined, on either side with I \ \11:111\: \\1 til' middle ( .\\.hla: looking to I
!Mine, restrictions :against the! transportation. I .4 I ora'tiiTH groves, uivlnrdslnoy.irds and xogotibc : f to, wh"l \\ ::1 l 11,1 II' we should see tho Santa I''
nftl..n!... to be used at the pulls that I'resilent Ij j .\ ti..iltlrl'.I.t 1.1":1:t of the (Chicago! ; gardens.. The orange: rr ti, 11.1'1'1 : introduction, conducted IK through nil the 11'1"1\11.1.i one of the last tmt :of this highland
(''1IfiOI :' i\11 beloxx., "lIqi.1 11'11 a 1 ,' disposed of.hut. 1.1'1'.1'\ p," ,itntnos, I departments' of lll.. mill. Tincedar Is I Ihrll the Rico ',l1"1 not two mihs
( Hayes upproxod I during the wnlI..r
extra session. al..o .
i a refill of tlio l I hlll11 Inl', blocks tVomthoSinx'an- south feet below
r\i.\ il.\l'aljll.r ho\es all
th'III-I *, orates tr I'II' hllllr.,1
The ; Republicans! generally: voted I ,: efences 1ao'f.ul: o.I"willll" I 111,1 ,tiIII'l'all", and other \11'1111"1'''. nee ISixor; and other point. +, and s.iwed, into I the surroundings of.tie hike. TI, crock I

against: : it, but it was passed: and now' the ; present time. l'I'IlbHI1! (1Jlt: ant.!'lllainostatisticians j pen-at l''I.'I'h'""' \ \"it"hl.: ..'I' to the pencil boards/ and I"'I-hlndh': strips j and inns oiislxviisil (to the St. .John's, inukfnltthi'nrr
rInestfun, i is What is President Hayes oinx : liaxo already! figured; th" :shape. up nalket'uith.: The I condition th1'tt'hippeulcrtls\ : to thefnetril'irs. |liy thismeans I W'Ial''t' should >eo that Unlnesxillois : L

nl- about) *. + I' : ) I., .I the 1''J'lt' Will xvh'i.Ji tlu-ir. r "PI'4.ti., o the fruit 11'1!and Ih tolri..i, t, ", : xcgctabloculture freight, on defcctlxo lumber Is saved.A 1 l !IiItl11.1..1.11,1: : that there i ino is: I
t ) \ II I lditat.111:1 flu frouhlo: .it Vnicago. I (are evidences "I xxhat ,' tt, he accomplished" ,..hl'IH.I.1", at the ( '" ,11 Key whai'l being high 1lllll.j\11 W""II'; and Pay lie's J _
l di I es iii.t 1 entirelyivrnoro loaded ith c for; t tlio l "
I'II\ in l i inlerior II" ) E.Ilh. prairie, thence to th(' Snxvanncolixer. :
Tin: autl-third-torm conventionvhid| : i their "' 't., I i 1, rock jncd I \\,11,1.1.\"ll'l"'li.11 dinHl' l'11'1: a Pencil,) Company: and 1 .1..i".1 brigatine I I There is hero across the

, willllll'l.t at :St.' Louis, assumes bore prominence I (11'1"an impartial t..I! thl'"I'I I I ifetd,I, km> lodge of how"patience to" avo Ilhl, prep.ire and use Wall'hnl'llltll., ..' fll'III'r Illt the I p.-ninsiila from 1lot.h on c'lt,' St. John's I
than at the first Many prominent, \ aivi-s: _iiI \xri !itj to tlt"I| ;;til"- JUMSuiid : \ 1 have tlio opportunity I ) IWlillll' cargo cro-ts-ties-rtir Ih* to Furl Fanning[ on the Suwannt'o. ThoUx-\

t men in the Republican; I t 1 party are taking ins ,depro- ; cons of \'y, oandid.ito's, \'i.ill.:1 1i'lli1.lll.ll"t; til' : 1..tW"1 I'aldwii) rllil1la,1 the l Isthmus of Panama.There ,'I'a-' height nlmxp 11\11'\ .!reloronoo would
hl'I'IIl'ard to this ) weiv other pl.ici-s inleiost about t tliobaiborandon
. alh""lf1" II" f'llIl l ( from $ bo less '
.. tcrM in the iiiovotnont.nnd although: ; it may \01(1.( it I js simply\ I 11:. lUiuJfofthe al'\: and hllilil\'I\.h,11\: I judged" Ihl t.lkI'd lPUI,1 "I IhoMl'T thoislandswhich I I would h.ivoliked At IIlIllinth.t." \ilh;. the St. Julius' the I

not eh'li'artlll' nomination. of (Cicncra! (;irall't inclinations, of the numer.ius straws.ThfrJ..Jsxllttle"I and 1 other \places tl,1In Itourishing' eru Il' l to \' anthem that ny summit level '' "111 is fifty feet nboxo( I I1.lllIl'"I'
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it \\ ill :shins that n portion of thut !party still I >mbubility now. t that I ( ;irantxviU.unttothe dition.aldo, I ttWI of ale ml live hundred timo W: tlil'll. rcforow-p, rcnehod by' tllrt'l lock ;

.k,. hold to the old diK-trines, l\\IIl'alllllll ho used ( iUimineyoC the roiivrntiononlhryirst t inhabitants, "1I.\t I spent several days It wimld l "to theun11 Interest of the railroad \' summit level sixty tittles, being I
I ,ballot. The"Miuit rnlo.-tJimishnof'wjiojrv in attendanee, iiion "l'o.IIII'\: \' the Florida ,; land ''cotnpanics+, if 'they t tho)IUIIIII" in the St t. Marv's i and ti t.I lrk'1h' "
to change the policy and customs of\ ourgoxrrnincut. -- cfHwhlcfpl 1 In these t"Irl' ; vlllhl'e is 1 already a place of consid- xvonld I aid,I ill\\'II'lt in the erecting of; with I line |: ,

t. , ,. t'likeli.thvhll' l \,ih. the: 1\h.\tlll. l'I':1ll'11''uyll'ry.importance and hilts tail lt no distant 1'111ltuIIIIll'lltl)1, l and thumb buildings 11 \ht t 1b:\ miles 111I"t" ('xl'I\'nh'l ( 11\1111'11'1 t\ '
xvheirthoy art tu'rl.L'mlcr; tl.'. big !sister: (lainesvillc. It III til' 11h this road. Those who h,' Iin'I'1 miles. (011 bus t'lc'n'l hicks', t the 1
; ri\lIlhl.'r
TUB Republican) : Convention of Virginia dtato sway ,\their Ic"ln.. :i lll'i"! ;. here thlt thelltu:; Il'(' I.uko Canal und the settling) 11\ n'll the North, hayo \'I't'll' nociHtoincd other His with u possibility .(t.ill'rchu.t'a l r

Jlll'tt Stanntoii on the '!'I'd! inst. On the /V. tfAeix KlU'.M, I /,- Orllg1ako Haih'natl'llllt'wilh the .\. to tit t..hh'Ut"lillll.1/ rlI II one, or t to I h've thrlll hl"t'Itloll t ,

t first ballot the straightoiits clcctodthcirmunby 1 .sy 1'1'1. ({s'I''!. 111Riataku2tl'Uiua11! *. IJ,". C. i Haira.1. I"'pultillll' 1 is ions advantages, 11.1 whll lurks
.llhlla...... 17"fl \. .. .. ''. a of Xlrthl'r and I talked expressed themselves AM delighted The canal from St. John's to the lint\ I look ''tl I
t II''I'l111
a vote of forty.seveu' to forty-eight aschairman. : r: .. J poscsscd of n eonunendahleamount with the climate, and with tl'irll''I" Invcgchlhle would, require,' the ('X"II\'I\tilll" \ II ItdNqNs:! '
This, it is claimed shows that I (California' ... 1 .. of zeal and activity.Tho and fruit culture, ) eubieystnts; the summit level 1\.1.1.\114;

the l Readjusters, or Mahone 111I'11. are beaten. '"Ira.III.... '_' 4. .. meeting of the Prcsbyterv was very me that they C..III.llnt feel permanently! located uggr'galelNSiaItzh'uhityarlts: ; lt :\('I'lt.
The convention \\\'hJthl'11 1( thn'xvn into confusion C"III..t' ut.. .. .i i .. 4. 'iDulaxvaru \\'III'Ih..I. there being present in any section where there was no opportunity 1"1 yard I gives I !fc.7,010OSO; add I ') per cent
.... <> '< .. frl'(1Iil Tallahassee, Montleello[ Mudion for the education, !I their chllr'n. for contingencies; nnd it gives n total of
a dozen being on the floor at thesame Florida.... 1 .. talll'"vl .lt'.llr Key and other points. both mentally and morally $33ItrniMi-Kauai) gates unit river dredging
timo, und adjourned. It i Is thought\ (;toorgia: It : ::1.. .. In \'III'IIY Presbytery, xvhieh wu.1 I cannot close this article without mentioning omitted in both ('al'('
that the delegates will he instructed forCtrant. Illinois..... ::w _' tendered, I 11 excursion over the canal I. 1 hy the that I mot, on several dill'erent occasions Tho two routes may he compared thus :
Indiana,... .. 1C* I.wa........ .. -2 .. Wtihlo I \' terminus and law the him the same faithful BIl'rO\jh1 and popular '.. SNNanuee.'Cost .
THE unti-(;rant Republicans) Massachusetts Kllhll'k11 ... t tKaunas. I.. great "h'IUI dredge at work. This canal is (..1111111 thut he was mum the J, 1'. AM. ( of ext'avrttluil,4tNINNi. > ) .33i1(111t( < Mbicks ) .
.:. 10 ,.. designed to :Santa 1"1 I Lake with : I'lil\llul I also acknowlcdgo courtesies [ to build...... I (liIt'ttnthutiltlls'khairs i
are certain of their ability to control .Iulilln.... 1U .. smaller like C"llec ltun'l' 'VII.II and the smaller i (, f\ll the A. (. .V W. t. T. ltallnmdthrough [ I tlIt'tcntinnbyNlowsptel \

the convention on Thursday by u handsome Iaill'. It .. lake with tlio A. G. & W. I T. Railroad at its lencral Freight Agent, ('IIII\\ 11'

majority that they talk of currying throughthe Maryland... 12 4 .. "'11.1". The 'C. VI\tlll l'IIIICI.el at Waldo F. H. 1'apy.-Iii may it. I\YISI. Ju., In "oUn............ 34 t 1.Wllt'r %
resolution 1I1'ISj.. declaring that "sound, )11" Ilhul.I" !! 1 4. .iMjohigan and liar progressed) so far tin to unite r"'IhIC.ttIriluI.' supply required.
[ 2 Waldo with the smaller lake and to leave I.kl.......... 11 liThe
S reason us well its the wise and unbrokenHsutreof Minnesota... .. 10 only one half of the distance hctwl'el the entrance to the Suwnnneo would require .
the repubiie-illustrated! by the example Mississippi Ki .. two lakes yet to ho opened 1 The l'llll improvement, also this Ht. )[lrk',
of 'IIhillgtllll-re'luirl. that the Missouri' .... 1'J : U ... -2 when finished, wi under 11(. important (U'rlll element which I is This route soul( IIVIl. the :tit. John's
SI'rIL.ku.... .. lrll'l'r. in five in depth and two so strong against (irant Is n-ekoned at one- bar ,rlh"'I. or, if be still
tenure of the Chief Magistrate[ of the United \ li S ..- .. .. .. Ill' in "llh.. Hut this two miles will fourth of the vote of New York city and otllcially' I insisted I I,! n canal across the 1

States: shonlit 1I0't exceed u second (l'rlll." New York... M .'5 7 : .j. open up water navigation for nearly thirty one-sixth of Ihet'lllItrv'Ih', while it is de IUI rll.1 nt I cost of $12.0fl'.IO' (> )< xvill r'III

They will probably have the strength) to do New Ilullp:' .. 10 ... miles, thus bringing the large tract landcontiguous d"ln'll the :States II(Ohio, \\.11\ and the harbor on our Huutwl Atlltl I

this, but decide that it will be u wiser New Jl.I'\ .... 10 1 .. to the lakes immediately into ll''lltl. and very nearly II coast. This, for several uul!
may North l'aril'l 1 10 ,. .. market. AH the work of this canal, except Iowa nail ) "l'llrl. less so Missouri thlll might be the bettor route to the ; '
policy not to font1 it.-Aiew Yt>rk Tribune.TIIK 1 Old'u 41 in the States. This great (' 1 111 II't\
.... A. the euttingdinrnof the trees along the rllut., : cost uttii." iMirtioti 11\11,1 not he dil 'I \
Convention of Oregon....... ... li .. hl been done by the monster 11'11 Ihll'el.whl'Ufllku almost with unanimous( voice against the the t peninsula' ('llnlll'"I1t, as it would hinecessary -
regular Pemoemtii,) : I'ellllyllnia. 4:. 1 a.. ; ... workings IU..t 11'1"1 in or third term, not fro many personal objection to that grand, system hut'i i;,
New York State: which met Syracuse: c 1111 1,11111 .. 1 .. ,1,1 tl ful) understood I and I to Crllt: but on u strong'. ground of "l'hllII. Inside llt 1)1/c'lllll.te/ would, bv I this J projMised .
the filth inst., adopted as the main feature South: C.\.l', I: .. : .. )':\ day brings canal 111't'lah',1'cr They are the m r of their platform strong denunciation of the ''lle":4I.. .I\! 1 .. .. nearer to lake Santa tll. 1 rl Il,"I citi/ens, nnd I least to bo "IIII,1I around to the Mississippi, being an
'exl:4...... 1- .. .. .. any party. Moreover they immense advantage In time ol war, and
: : and )[ spent in IiaihcMvllltIf I "t
election frauds of 17 Its delegates were Sunday) Monday time and I lose
Americanized in
in \
\ I was agreeably surprised with the site moldIppt'mtruuce I I 'UIhll no less iin|>ortuiice to commerce: (I time /
instructed to advocate the txvo-thlrds rule, Virginia .....17 ... ."> .. .. this '. their distinctive 11 t'1; I I ': +, or l'atlH1' i j
hnvntit' 1"'I'c.
: (
and Wl'fl'I'IIII"lwcrc.1 to supply' nur41111I' West' VirJilll. 7 .. :8! .. twelve hundred of 1111' 11ll'I,1 town of of I three 11'1'1, them in tl of it Il'\citizen- A canal from the St. John's" to the Mnw'ruI- \
I 1 : II Ifrlld ff uniting t two natural highways on
cies caused by the withdrawal of any minority thousand inhabitants. In II'ul.1 and I II' Jr'ul
Trrrttortfu.Arizona ; l j.ln..e /pot'IIxcvaillltiiiii, nor any "lh'l'rlollII I the east and their nearest Illillt, t
i II' ,
of the ,1.II... allllll. Ahrum Hexvitt xvaselect J .; dingy; looking buildings tastefully the government by (mint himself. They ollering 'continuous lint of
built hotels business houses ; un-
ted l'rc[ ;idehtinl elector "at1 Urge*; Lucius IKtkotu. 'J .. what be., Ical called elegant :111111.11) nut t ('V'I regard'him 11"ltlll' of l'I'j I allprludl.', naturally iirotii-'ted: navigutlonupiiind
Perk.hunt 1)ist't ('.,luni u 1 1 '. .. lay 1C: :1IIIII\.r| to an Ixh'lt that would ( t the of' eight :of the
Robinson' Calvin K.: [Pratt, Rufus\ W. substantial brick court-home to grace its 11 t..jl. t1 gr'l'att'sttvcuith
Main.. .. : luk11m iitilgercus'hat they thus rc- (simply'wealth nul ,
und Lester "'. F.ullknerdcli'gates I Jlarge. .: .' ) 111,1 ulegant churches to 1\411r 'r."ulII fcuronly strengthens t .' producing I
Illn 1\'l'ritr : Ilhlklllal'c. ( ( 11\'C I the| ling) States h, is one of the most 1 deserving und'I +
.\ I'ulllit delegates to Cincinnati [ollllla '-' .. Uail'jc111,1 ,1111' their ground. It i is a wrong und u fatal imperative I of national I (' : )
favorably : | \ /
Congressional. Districts. Xc\Mexico.2[ .. UIII'aWII'C any the acknowledgement tnut 1",1"J .VovLif.TiiK.St !
( tl111
named :I'! I
were hv of Middle Monday Ih'l. .
I'tuh. 2 ... .. .. }'I"rcla. t come and.I, tit, matter how au ; .1 prim' I
with [ one of the trnstrts, 11/1'11'/1. J'J. U8f.
Washington. .. .. .. r.llthet"l. otf it 'may it isn fixed fact the moment
IXL'IIKASE SUlClllKS.:.'". Wyoming i ; .".. :.' t ...' ... the J.t. FJlr l SI'liMI'Y,x 10lltl.teachers at-this two the people of thl.o"Ullltr so far lil etthl'II' I"niis (1'11.t Dniun-fnt; 'huvliig; NtiluLthat I

Not a day p.t sos hut brings the story; ofnnutberlNI.Ir '- 1,8 gentlemen and four eiiiployeilvix ladies. One hundred selves und their traditions and, principles usto "(!runt's Ilrlli.tll\Ohio |I.s }greater; (bunJJIalne's ;

| Mortal who )has,tourrest presenttreiublc4 ' -'H iu'21 .* and 1 forty pupils uru in attendance. 'n.J i ignore the traditions mi which ,tlI government und with 11tIIU of tho way: t
Total .... .; > ; was iu"(M1. The
\.h. Itt the vote of Ohio) given tIt (fruit In ,
ot und heard from
with ;
cut short his own Necessary ton choice(' .:iv) ; whJ IIIW It. l'xer'IIl.: hends the last one. und the (| wJilu the Chicago C-onvenllon'the. !
( ., 1 tun convinced (that this scmU indluaUiUII.I.rl.illool.
the struggle of life. A Mr.[ Keller an Insurance u matter nf small moment in the hUI\I'4 lt'Cr.ll. ...(. Itself to rnlrestt'etiuslsnlttngHirury
most flourishing ,condition. I Kspenally ,
agent, in New York, !left a letter to his FLOIIII.I'S D I 0 11'1. lan'I I \I '('f to sot* that l l.rofl..rJ is yet the step t.lkcl which is un ad l ( ] us follows""irymi should
friends setting' forth his motives for seeking' :'Ks.>\.JL.Y. FLX. April 1 }.-Haxingbeen' L'ater nnd I Shouts, who are evidently the 11..i.I.1' failure(icrmaiis: ,republican as our govern pi into the woods kith. us hitthulrissteruft its I j
in a'n>l Ja'kll'ie lor the right men In the right are up to 11 Tle tWIII'Ctln. you 11"111' huditl'u1| knowledge you would.
death Ilacl" tl came (to that sort .
: If guy'rnha'ntwiith \ .
, times in the 1\11,1 "I soon lunatic. The vote r>f limits
two months, 1 haxe 1111c1 teaching ai laiuua?e.-, haws
"The )lawyer* have; robbed I nut of mvmoney tourists from nll'l..t'l'n'Ilt :-lltl' in the ( II und dlluti"lI. The. j is "I- L"lIllrl.II'II1 under that xvhieh will not In any case be I\'I (;runt in the ;
l..lrnln.wl mv pun I name, 11111il latl must term if it takes it Ci if 'he i is
my ion rW Chicago m\rentiiii.
the greater number seekers of pleasure ; to i ) mil Wlhluttl (
he wrote "ami the doctors. have oaten up 11''l.rllillj tl I'"I.1 till) yours to grow, or perhaps 1 century.Those the electoral yaitent Ohio will bu the
but others there who, to 11\,1,1 the rigmg xvhich j is | [ .s colleges iVt'l ,
my "' 1"'tal'e when mv wife und children of u'lIrh'rll II' clime, have adopted unl Mcliools! ; \rili"l ni Ir-'I.l', who come here to enjoy freedom; ul. Democratic candidate I Hit the f..f). should J
sick. If I should I pay all my debts.INN : came tllll'l"1'I' frl''I'JI for their dliln'u, know that the leukuge lassronlldential
were latest -
Flor us U I find all fug t>i : system, and charts uru
flt ,
I 1:4.
1. ). I must awn gold I mine xvhieh 1' -i1'lu'crial und they will not in Juhn'r,111 ) Washington is that
I the oftion of ( of ule. 1111 1tfnll' I through ( |> n Iir lull'C |
'a..I'rl of 'have
1111'1.10 American who
'. I take my leave. fly my devun.l slat Ihl. the (irultsvndiruteureulurtusMluudtruubhsl(
IIil" I spirit of enterprise not equaled 1 I in One-liulf_.n 'nn _hour n nf ryery .II.(I. to. 111'1) *'
death will be made able h IIMIICV .. 11) grelYnmitt m the of lyrunny and forgotten to find humus. claim thut neither 1
1wifc ) r' und I could I lye few the training of in principles of I They
she will 'C (from the ",,'ili\ which I I more lllhl'ri SIII. men identify I elocution, ; PII.i"vyas an air of the dangers their 111..tln('I'WI6 Sherman nor Jllulno It |NiMsihe.! Thl'Ui..

la-long, to ) all my ,ldt"c\'I'1 if over I 1'lt'rlri"ilj aid in tlIII.Iwih up II.Ik.\ order ";'JI1111 dispatch, jibout til Icall": llrI. mil that the Irunt experiment Is I '. I I'fhut'uuntn
It I cannot, stand, sneaking 'Ii0illJ is Ilo. fact of some moment in til1c"ru'llrl' docs nd. HU nomi
v1eth// As II me it resources, oon be- 11"litutlul which made it ploMsuiit to ,be I I Jut res|"'
I' lulu that this (uTinan
the i eople |poillt \ I to he fatal.. Hut they to
tII'II""h streets ul.I 11\111) runic the all other :States. there. Jltllull.1
S.le' this lm who studied' I. : there envy is lt great future for Floriili no 1 .\I.m:; others I met in (i.iineivilln, I O. A. I I nnaniinou.-lv I for H"i'II.t, II IUlle their' man, and; twy Irl' I I
who wrote for' the p.n er<, and yet 1'1Ic I sensible, man ,deny\', for Wl'"I'C ( Mvers. KS: .I., brother of our esteemed townsman I'h' on l.t''Ult of 'his npiositioii| to reluctant tll.II' Wushbiirne. ( /.-/'. .
ho.* more debts than: tin army otli ('r'. it- groxving; and C.II increasing; '' 't'\'II"II'1 il Mr.[ : W. )Myers the Rev. McK. V.alrt''Nk.aiMNhatc11 which of is frnatirulcw I I'I: land to torn rc.Mr.iiii Milery the, pick up to. the (LNints, II'rl1 tl the keynote

An 11.1 }fl'ldllll, Ul11'.I'fhola. Proxy, : very direction, 1.lli'llr\y in thisjuirt with )11. Myers[ on the 1'1111.11\a 'il' that.the inlividual ,1,1 prepare to |"nicker, for whistliilghue ;
wan found, dead yestcrdiy nurinng; in his 11..t :t.II. It.iro"t.( 11" 'being con ediioriul ttutVof the V"Colonel J. if. Itrovvnand ,11lh'lhllll. 11' to Il'url rather ( will "."l 'be here.'rile .
in a rear It mse, at No. :! ;" West Thlrty- river, I the Rex J. IS. Johnson, p iMor of the wil pi 'rtitlul j'.vfulv 1
rlllll I'nlll than to to 'lral"tI
tifth JIo h.d mid.txv attempts: to : into.the interior, tupping the ) Church and fav'oiuhly I It t.c 1''I l"ruIlill Mirruf fur como out in a
"trCt. til. h.tI..I"t ulI1'1 and lit the be<-k of (lean fanatU. .\. ustatesman
out his, throe with a Tlzr. hut rinding ; hi, I great orange ,belt Ht Y.rllll..llt", and also I IWIWI il 'a 1 1 1&1"'C Johnston is ,I Mr.f : .HIl hisopiMi.sodull. ltIln' ", now issued its an eight I
hand umte-idv or his morale' fail:, had I the projece l roM>14th l < which i is, I very popular il his congregation, und I Is Liws, I.'a.1 l exhii'ltol upinicuwhfrJl iimptuary I + )pao wirklv. I is ably ''Ilu\hd and'
tic-1 I" curl I to the ..llr.kno! i and his I u thU place to Wuyeros, ouloii'.ated!. to do 11"1 l/rill if he i if only '', the (.icnnans tl'I". ,. xvh'h Ids Ih'II'uh. )cl"'n\I\.I UI'r'"III.rild. }
mvk ant I strangled ldmsi.-lf to detth in hjsl .\ 'crtlliltY Cull': Railroad: < icor<:iu:whjcji; I Ir.-iriilv' "I11",rt l'1 ;nieniiKrdiip.On i i'I I views with, ninety.rn'I'C. and nine plus, and i liter e.t< i>fi that par Its 'I'rUE
l 1.1| Hi ),ii, whoirumo t.'i '! 1,1 j will bring this and the Forw l'it.r"'r}' 'I Monday[ \ afternoon I hoarded: tl train i out IUu'U\nfevcrv Inindriil ui-cord of(;irrni in Anu-riams.. ; columns are lilted wills the latest. nioM
,n. Thomas I 1)rev. when he tiftle near jjether. increasing; the facilities fr fur Cellar Key and my ride eonidtr.ihly !, They also of I ltm'lil: ; lulirll'II. agricnlttirat, td"ltill
to this (country', hud Itvn u clerk in the I trut'rTution; | und traxel h wll'o.' an inceii- shnrt'nel! | by having for my companion are a.lli'l'r! 1.&luTil": und news the duv. .\tuwth\r.:
Freufh; tt"UI lute'. hut in his old age found I tin to thoii-utnds t u tbs-k ti our SI"I"stekI part of the way Judge faun, ofMadion I'I: I'i: I I n1 (t<(Ut 1.I 1:1./"t[r. I3Jtursl'autuue 'I is olio of th. II'JI.t undt: ).. "IW1,... up I
warp as u j>ortr with! th tlpiii' of, Salisbury, I i ill? permanent "'HiI.. Others' seeing tie xvho wus on his way to hold ,.ur I ni-ccssfty,, ) with those of Sey-: uni'iiig "'I State f'xdu"Il.-J'/u.ill.
C... in (in-enwich's-tn-et.l (Plate lie had Wonderful development r"lht.ut at and Jede V.wkil. outing I I'I' t'liiriilit to
.t ) lrl1.It ; I in ,ur. of I '" (; unit I of Jewel Tin' .1lrI( '"11( + its now as anchjht
ill and unable t-i work und I teas eorrip'ii I little und the uiour :; w C of cin nits. I.s 'rll"'l r"'l'1
ryr 1"1 ('llital. iuI'lllt.llllt. energy r 11 exchange .ro' t. \\V are ti think just : page wivkly. chiick! full of iutcrestingroadi'ix
liir'ly l ti"lirit'l He had threaten.Miicidf .! :, |. wH ho ilh".1 i p I t"III from IIIIli.lrts..tthe i. tMV that he JI.It had not sultirientlyree'avrre.l ", that the Ilam"'ii the President, 11I.u matttr. 'it is ahdy'stltstby.1r.Ii.I
Ill. t11 our State. \'hda LS (U-+. fr"l l>nii> ,.rl.-t'he.1| u short lliiutj (yul.III" Tiirct; h.tcr. that lay on lit tabWI'e lined in the \'al futlr. to l INYIIIIC.II "|yMipulattsl j since by liviuji tllr'wl fn>m a I'I gy u-s i'i I max "I.ti revise that judgment by theulditjon 1 I. uut evhiliic .JI(' *UliielK-auty f that hats! cliuructeriziil .

u. :_. ti ]" "II. his pastor \l th. and one of tl..lllk.t in the lay l" lilt crulili. iu-r tn."t1 till I oi' another Westvrn nunie or t txvo.- 1 it from its tir.t number. The citizen
t".rul\l'. To his the Rev. J"Il II. I l/I.I. \ .uplkrhunw.llul \. u npiM-r /a.l \ ISetiiolf.of No. 4iiJ( Il"tur.Tliirty-fourth iirtti.he ; The travel. fiis: what-, r i 1 said t-. have 'IKVII 111 and. eggt, l're"h j i1.trl, 1..d"I.'k. ; i" Imll"'lIld1'I"rh'll! It rdtl t'ty
wrote about his miilcrings: and plead'-! I greater thltllI'r: before, all tlivro is everyprosjioct 1. 1. >iiit, tihthrtadeurlll.real i Itl,,\"uI-1 "rl"lilll".( ) al'\ us well,
for t',r I"Ic..r his! act; he o-ske iiim to I of its incw".siiisr yeur. The prtst'rvrs. haerrirs' fri> I h turnip grtviis Fernundinu Mlffif hu" fieeiifrom chang<"c it III'(,. 'usutth at their h-iniU.-liirtzr.
bring UI'| bin Win a all to MV orange crop! 'bid*. fair to he l a very 1"rJl Inc, i many utter tilings. We wereiold that very I 1 t'II.w..dd,' to a weekly)'journal.
that he. the! J.Ill'lr.tlal, : thoiigli, not "nU..I'lIt t...upI.he; ,1.1U.U1 I .1"1 2 IJar'. iiifut Iwill turkey' were I In now {iMiicd as ut ei-iht page pajx-r, nnd its I'' "uY 1'ruxtxutst Miutuiu.-'I'bis utilellu-
He addressed the clergyman us "In I"JIlt, The grejter "am .ply the Ir.atl'r tl ;i! 1(11.lel to this hilt ., wre. The car xvo., t.1 igruphicul', upjieurunceuml, "I'r"'lakf' IHT !:L' just ilouhlfsl iu (iurluer.ize 61,1 nowaj'Kuri
H.ett. l reverend l1)st.r11I'itri.tianlty finduied.if Kven: tluu.1 evtrv il .Fl.ri.t croxtdtsl I with |>. .. I.rt ::' m the I ". nnexofptionuhlc. It will IK I It'nui- | .ui I weekly. It I Is now under the
mv h.r." The note to the I,rotifrxvas \m"IJ' Ul 1:1'it \1111.1 not 111/1.1) I Norlit. to Havanu. und We roachidOlar 1 t' |1.1t.! and will inuiuly beilevotnl a editorial, mal..t'JI'lt of Mr, B"f. R. Fair-
Ir".t /
to tuti iu that tiaewriter liud killedhhnae1f the : Tne Il..k gmwcn 1.1'1 Kev we found vuiiing them the 14 t"t interests of iu Slate; and bunks, s : the 'hlanij shnul1 ( on n. I 'blal4e'I' with I(.\'< ral< ,..1 Gar j splendid ,+teunrerthe.Iduir.s1builtt. "u'1it| ecially I section. I will 1m under the editorial control to the history( of (this rtatt., and il hall
onDel Ise. tnt: M hi* ".wp5 "I I rl..f 11 IIf vettables. 11.11. trust they IHIV jrH\-rl for this Transit. route. of ) 41 i. It. ,'al rl"l ". It Is, in :l. LU Weal. Sixti-enth street, was b.ig. .\ I lea I fair ).rie'. for all their j.r-.luctiuns.'fUl. .- I Tiie town ol'l'ttlar. Key)' is built' on he tint I in every way 1 t'rt to 1.'I'Jrl' j.uruuILuu..oa"'lu4l Tvj" ,:ruphtcally :.
\ j irti,KI uf it rea I M follows: l seitY., fat ..,t'IVJ/I .\ 1 lar. .c- the group tiii'l U the tlrwIuu.'t -. .\'( l, i l 1 nil lei| ncwxl't,u r-Laws.


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L. i xn 1J1:1J.l1tT'I1't1( ; and the: more mixed) ) with 'clay the do r j
ii'it apprehend! that the foreiirn;! 111I.III'
higher and further uptif! :!I I oiulit tie ) :; ; Im orange into Ihe North SANJUHIN: & HOYT) "
1 rrleri; f dual i ; \tlulltil'l
? iI.ill Ie nl'tlrrrl, 1 Ir"rf ,
jib ta muninfnnf / be. As to whenituyirds, should I tan be in ..ible ,!
( icgrce '
,.>,t lime, xrl rrntirttn'jrrf ref ftiniisti brnrL. in Ilern Nix/ ,,,1 Miitr,' !;'nftirnnitt';nf 11,lull! ,;'ii Miutlieasttrn(cater! the most,: fMiit.iMc! j plan- fur them : I[I !,' the rupid.iirreart any po of the oranur): rop 'hi j 1'11:1: ):Nil :sTRKirr.: : : XKAI: : J: C rr.xTisK:: : ,
CXIMIMIIC. Never: raise
: ida, t for' the producers of that :State are '
rl't'sc! *, funr titifiiliuiWr" ; rte. ,',' flmlf i'n; than
r niry one !'tlll'k III u place. After '
ilillnttrf+ mhvdr, "r; ( tn lind 1tIl'I'l'U"II": : maikcts iu all the \\ ""I.I is\i: 1,1 I r: . n "IfJ"'r" tn Ihix xal j'rl. year's growth rut all the shoots.
from I It !I l'" and! towns) of the Southern( and :Nuilh-; ';

The :sixteenth' !section l i is cailfd: Hie ,lintel' Of serve I the as::second II sfovk.year's shoots., t lca\e )but 'j I ,: '(:' an interior unlimited to an cxpmhitsinn extent| "UtlU-ieiif| to (k1OCLlS l SHIP I I I C'I1AN.1)LEBS I I ,

:section: l.v:!iir! been' donated: liy ( '(>u>r ress to" The gtcatrtliflienlty[ in the grape: I i I the I business.1 I In fil.t. the cap.ititv 01'I: I"
t the the triiiiinitiL' wldch, like !'o Irkhl for i .tan !i'K\i.i! KS I IN
State Oil the hmsis) nl'at "school fund in many producing Irogiiial; Iruit" and i
all the : tiiinjis i is. nt thc sane I lime a wicnci':. I ( I '* genitally ha t+ peen' sit lillll.llllcI""J,! i ,.

( West th'-sc new: sixteenth:States and sections Territories.have: : provedvery In the it impifiililc onit( :! to be to dune1 ciiiniiuiiiicatc in every,' ,sink bv !!lc ': : : i to" es\\iirriHit that ,may any lie elVort pos, ..i1I to( dl'\l'I,1'ender the its Hew le- j IIAV:III ('OICV i (r O\.s"j I I imnc'l{"1 j"j"a., .>n: 'I! I i 11'.1: I ,, :

valuable; and. have built, ups) very large printer's' ink 11I,111', mo tly to be left I +itillls! : of American; >iro\\li! and pros "_ III ---", ..--", ... ", ", -... # ''It

'; school fund. In this State it has nut been' judgment; and skill of'the yinc- ,\'. The surest prospett" I for piolit Oil the
Some few
1 valuable1, but will in time form a very given: in this valuable nrli.-k'!hints Uefore Il:,,tvcver.this, !' ...lion orange ol the crop trade will! with he transit found by,in rail-the ---

I haildsnneenahnvnentfrourschuols.ttvcr11N iirst state that spring is the! most: \ to all parts: of the country; in prefer A 1.In1TO'I:( : )( or ruRxnrm\ : : .: ,\ ALWAYS: ( :\ iI.\ N1).

,Nl' acres remain undisposed I I nf, lying time to trim, and preferable tai< fall; irht ) to" the dillicult, navigation'by; I, the :sea 2-IMy J!! I
asa hard! winter might freeze! out '. 'Ibis I it io
principally the least settled: counties: reiuisitc| in order mirlct;
I shoots: that have been Jell :and that fruit with the (least l possible. delay, which
The .private lalHtl'lailllol.: as roctntl.tlll our pecti-il to make: the crop for the ; '.... !has 1 led to the Use of steamships, for ARLINGTON NURSERIES. d
last article, are tract of land Driven!! I by the season, 11'nil the shoots, : of last your! Importation' of forl'iIIlrulI l'roc. The

:Spanish government, and recognized;: by the nntrimmed through; the winter, her I the fruit IIIU'lol'titC l'l'lIl'rIII'I'IIIII1 .f' fl'l'l'1.l'f"IIIIIII.l even kill a few of them, be its flavor. 'Hencee) insist, that the
treaty of lull The change of government would, still be n !siitlicient number of bur; (Iy, the prodiution, and marketing'.II.. and SI'II-TUOI.U'.U.: FItl'li'I'fIIII: '.. llOSIiS.: IU'III-:
did not take .place until 1N21: but no land left in the spring) to secure\ a good (' the Florida oranges may be, I the better '
1 grants \'u\illillacic :subsequent to the year To give a faint id.ja of trimming, t be, the market for, the fnreigu! orange; EOCS: und 1.\'I-luaUJ\: : : :: siiitritsi.mi i.'IOWIKIPLANTS.: : : .
:suppose' a stock has twelve shoots" the more extensive! the
measures for in-
1 1M18\. These grants!! arc the most numerous
year's growth. It would never do the urrl\'alof the fruit in fresh
on the eastern coast of Florida, and along take oll"lh tops of them! and then by means of transit.! In other con .r- kN1:11'sxu

the river St. John's, and in Nassau county. that !something has been done ( -, the larger; the rapid\ .!- l' 'product. the : (CHOICE: : VARIETIES: : Ittitldcd Orange Tree* MADE) : .\ :SPECIALTY.:
4 There are very few in the interior, the hirgc securing of a crop. Orapc vines: are II. must. be the quality of. t the' imported!
,'r. berry vines if you want to trim '!!.-l'lnlo<1rlj! >hi -
and best known
if' c being Arredondo fully on the renewal= system you I
grant in Alachua which' Is twcnt oil'(eight and leave four shoots WINE-MA
county, to the \1.1.\\: Ktxo.-This is the!season
I Scud:; fur !
Descriptive Catalogue.
'. : four miles square and contains 28!),()$MK) acres of five eyes: each. Such a "stock will the Vcndcmmia or \\ine-inaking, and ALIIERT: i. INDWELL.;
twenty new shoots, which in a air near all the habitations is ,
i' of land. This grant ha* been surveyed Into impregna Itf JACKSONVILLE( : : :, FLA.
good season, bear five with the
can times \ odor of the fermenting juice of .
..J\:\ sections, and I is in market like other private hunches of grapes. If you trim in this graKIt| Is a busy time with the pad _____ d ------- -

; 1 lund air your stocks will have too much and the contadino. us theoneratioiis.) of it. 'HENDERSON:: ; O. N. OAKES: ,

After the transfer of Florida to the United and assimmilatlve )lower to let the -I ; :'-I -numkingadnitofnodelay. The-grapes
rot just when they are about to )! be gathered in haste on; a dry; day Tl TANUFACTURING' AM FURNISHING; :: / 10XTRACTOR: AND BUILDER
,l :States I, (/ appointed a Hoard of Land red. Summer trimming is more t'u sctllll the evening of that day ; then" left

Commissioners, to examine and determine plained. )'- hours to ferment, ulIt'nftt'rwarll; M,\MTUTtHKSMOULDIXGS ,

upon the validity of these land grunts. The The shoots which come out fin new juice i is drawn off into barrels.!! The UNDERTAKER ,
beside! the eve which is! to make next of In the wine-vat is! clone in BRACKETS: :!, SAWED AXDTURXED
('()commissioners from time to time made a crop: ) are called: ( < ? report to Congress with lists of grants!! recommended bo jiulled out, for they weaken the eye are made in the sacred scriptures., I !STAIR RAILS;, WOOD) EAVESTROUGHS. -

.i by them for confirmation, which which they grow and prevent the one evening to see if A \large, low ---- SHEATHING;

were confirmed by act of Congress to the maturing of the genuine shoot The in the house! of the contadino with -t WEATHERBOARDIXGANDFLOOR: -
ers are ulcers of a cankerous immense! wooden . I :-
growth. rafters, was lighted ... -- --
: ), grantees. Some of the larger claims ... .. ...... -.
were, -
bud is the eye; the leaf is the e '(' a small oil lane "m. Fifteen or twenty :. E9.or' ? IXG.I
f i however, submitted to the adjudication of order to cause: the new shoots' to imM were gathered there, !some to work, ''' [32A-

the Territorial courts: and confirmed by de rapidly, it fa a good,; plan to top) them others to amuse themselves, and the r .' Stair and Church Work 4
or August. To plow in a vineyard light of the lamp scarcely !served to
i creeof those (court Appeals to the Supreme A SPECIALTY.: '
almost!! to barbarism. You might their faces\ to each other. Only the
Court of the United States were taken in plow a wheat field in the "spring. It ''' of the two youths who were dancing DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES t S'fJ>;J

many cases, and the casts decided there. ficient to dig the vineyard over in the the grapes in.the wine vat were clearly \
with OF ALL :-llE: i ':gyp
d When confirmed and a spade or hoe and then stir it ,;
they were purveyed
P t again in July or August." No grass vat is! partitioned off about five feet Post Office Box 174. ..;;t
.. relocated by the Surveyor-General of Florida be suffered to grow in vineyards. All in a corner of it Is an apeture' which jan4 Fcrnandinn Flo. :).,
I in connection with the public dressers in. this that the to l) CASKETS: : ,.<,
t surveys, agree new canes juice escape into a kind of
t ; and are numbered on the plats of publicsur- that trimming in the spring ought dug in the earth and capable of hold A. II. NOTES, 'i."f
( them barrels.: When the basket con :{
+' by'numbt'rll higher than section thirty- '
veys swinging about and inuring thee the grapes gathered during the day TRIMMIXGSjpeCOXSTANTLY() ...
: six. If lying in more than nne section the We the cro\l.\ / 1 ROGER AXI) SHIP CHANDLER, ; ,
us twigs of the swamp emptied into the vat, two strong youths, i,, :
I. ; j'j- .part lying in such section has!! U separate section fastening purjiosi It being of \'(' tlu (lr legs bare to the knees!!, BI1I1 thrc- :: ON HAND.B .- ;' ?
PKU.KU: INLiquors
.1 number. These!! Irregular.plats of Spanish -, substance, serves better than the (: ,'long-handled rake In their hands :
j used leather straps, old neck-tics, them from slipping, begin to press;
'i ; I grants are seen on the maps: of the public strings ami so-forth. Custom i is a )with their feet. This becomes a vu in.'INI....", Etc.

.U r\'t''S. and custom 1 has tyrannized t'il udruwst) ..." dance backward and forward ; first j: J J The title of such as arc confirmed are perfectly driving! in the sStsjust beside till! ('Iu full luscious bunches that give out until burial with or without the use of ice.

't.. ;t good if the chaim of title from the whereas the right and most: profitable ( of red juice, and then on the Remains exhumed, and placed in cases for .\(.EXT FOR B. F. AYERY: & CO.'SCENTRK I'LoW"
A, Is to drive" them in between the ) < !! until all the precious"lrnl'f,1. removal.Telegraphic.
t 1tf grantee is ,cstublishcd. This, of course, keep them free from shade, and lasts from early: evening! untillllitllirht. orders promptly' attended to.
1 should always\ .b u muttl'r'C Inn tigatiun. them with laths tliut run both along it seems its ovs ililc that i human beings STREET
and acrossand> "fccrvtolo'tio tho bear so'mncn\ 37-::111\< .
ends fatigue
It should howeveri be remembered that especially' as the ------
new Ihotlttlllfil'r trimming. To'lIt of the wine affects the head. .
t owing to)Inaccuracy of descriptions or want STREETY: A IIROTHER, ; :i a: tf FERNAXDINA; FLA.WIM.IAM ;.
# around the stock ;
I' :.' in the grounu <<1 same labor is: continued for, several __ _u .. ___ __
$ of :actual surveys: !+} ninny'of tltese'prtvutegrants | rather injurious. The best! place in "S. but,with different dancer' When
: onto each! other., The priorityof to put it is a trench about ume-half 'n'JII''c F. WOOD, Jr., _
r ,lap \ ; well into which the juice runs,, front the A ))J A, FLORIDA, t tG1NEILiL
between the .rows.i! Anv sort, o'f FEn
the grunt and survey! then determine )preyS begins to till up, the contudini dip up t
manure" rotten wood unit( leaves from '
S cedence. .r S Si : wine into low barrels: with long-bundled NEWSDEALER:
woods, usher or tobacci) :stalks will ) The )barrels then
: : are lifted
i 1 The sources, of information, relative to time purpose| ; the latter even better I by one yams., in primitive fashion in a trestle, ;M ISrFAtTTRFHt AND DEALERS IX: 'I BOOKSELLER: STATIONER:

private land claims: will be found in American former, owing to the preponderance | carried; .away to tile mosta, where the!

j t State papers. Title Public Lands, N'ols.; ash if made contained In the in fall the or manure.spring should The ( \remains cr. if :the forty-eight wine is to hOIl!be uuidelsur-' Stove, Heater and Range;, Dealer in Fancy Article,

a 1 11; :7i 4 and 5 and from the United I Suites SurveyorGeneral's
,(' open, uncovered during the rainy'Mla.occ! ; A'iw York 1'wt. CENTRE STREET, FEKVAXDIXA, FLA.
located soon as the hot weather sets in
office of Florida, now they ; SHEET IRON WARE
TIN: ,
I at Tallahassee! ; and the records the Unl.I' to lit covered. In working the was so long ago as 1831, that nitrate of -
thus a kind of moist mound is i formed began to attract attention! as a fertilizing Shelf Papers, Picture Frames, Brackets:
ted States courta in possession of the clerk of ; serves as a sort of bank for the roots to and a cargo introduced into England' ROOFING( GUTTERING.: { Lamp' Croquet Sets, Hand Glasses;) Combs,
United States District and Circuit Court at on during the hot season, and h'l'" date fl.tchl.1Ul; iK-r ton, since which AND Brushes: etc. PajK-teries in great variety.
Jacksonville. stocks all the benefit that can he its use has been rapidly increasing. Its Also! Sewing Machine Needles, Oil, etc.
even from scarce and moderate fall of is almost exclusively confined to Clipper Inkstands, 75 cents.:
__ _.
i During the quarter year beginning January In speaking about cuttings I ought to province Turupaca in Peru, and in the received-a of h n
I 1.18'0, and ending March 31, there was mentioned that cuttings transplanted regions running north and south Just large consignment, ANGEL and FRIEND,

it entered at tho United States:; land-orHce at having been in the ground one eighty miles and about twelve miles Stoves.! The "COOK'S JEWEL" Is: appropriately -
Gainesville, by cash entry, 2, SJ.2:!!> acres oft taken rout will do better than. if moved the western shore. This vast plain I
t which the greater portion was in Santa Rosa older, 3,000 feet above the level of the sea, named-it I is a jewel: We will not TDAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS: t
I and Bscambia counties. In the :J07 homestead I the foot of the Andes mountains. The \
{ t" entries made were 22.30N.08 l'rl'8. the ist FLORIDA OauwFJI-A Philadelphia\ ( is a rainless one, and the salts exude be undersold. I CHOICE
the river and : having recently published: the '
{ larger proportion being the ground in some places from seven
I southern counties. There were eighty-five that the orange culture in Florida was ht feet in depth. It Is! frequently found 1 ly SECOND T., OPPOSITE P. O. CirocerieH, Cigars, and Tobaccos, t
overdone _._ .
a subsequent) more careful
euntuining8,885.78aeresehief -- --- --- -
entries made pure, but when not so' its impurities
I ly in Southern Florida ; and in commutations er icules has the gone idea.over Of the same ground, extracted by dissolving in water and II. E. DOTTERER; i iI TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES.: ;;

preemption'declarations,; cU\, were course the to dryness!, (either by the heat of I I
of the trade
1 (contained over 2000 acres more making the depends altogether ujton sun or by fuel. The chief port from
total amount' chi r land dll'lIM'Bl.'Cl( of for the the tent to which and the stock can be the nitrate has to be embarked is "T1ERNANDINA J FLORIDA, Weddings, };Entertainments' and Picnics,
States of I
quarter over 35,4M,' acres. erg great Atlantic seaboard opulous where the the a distance of ten miles from the j, furnished ut the shortest notice, at ruck-lot

-heils. Formerly the nitrute was con DEALER IN tom prices
ta cometo j atANGEL'S
oranges against
J ( upon the backs of camels or mules to BAKERY: ,
AdlllCULTUUAL.THE from the West
importations Indies ami '
r ,- iterranean. Hence the which together; with the expense| Fine Faml1 y G roe e r Ie" Centre Street

CULTURE or TUB GRAPE.-A correspondent Florida stands! upon much orange the same( made the total cost of pro' i .-r3 __ Opp.!old. ...!P. O. HuilJing. t v
excessive. Since then rail-
of the Nashville", Amtricnn says : the sugar' culture in Louisiana and (luitl' a AND '
has constructed and the nitrate is ;dr-TnY l
( writing this article I shall not so much crop of South Carolina. It may .
forth theories aboutgruiHi said that the \('( at a more reasonable eXJl'ne. It PROVISIONS.Customers .
to new remarkable
6 I attempt put any enterprise : to be applied to the land with care, if
culture as to strive to say plain things by the imi>ort trade In foreign oranges
from forty to eighty jxHinds mixed with LOHMAXX'S
plainly, so that whoever ha any, vines to attend from the successful establishment. of the weight!: of common} salt is regarded A.W.
tit can fully understand the subject and tinge culture on a large scale in for .
iemit an ucrc.LY ,
I actually derive some benefit from it. If you Since the latter has gone ahead with t can rely upon getting CHOICE -FAMOUSPrepared ; -

I. ask me what kind of settings to plant out, IIi teristic American enterprise the \ L is.-The I'curfor scaly matter ,
an tell you from experience| that the Concord foreign oranges have been stimulated leg of fowls: was carefully; examined GOODS, asNOTHING, Flour.
;o lie'ut'the many tamed varieties of our line of steam-hips( instead sailing!\ \' >>4l'Opil'n1h' by Dr. Moxen and Mr( Te- i,I
native muscadine, has been cultivated with and to sell their cargoes at auction in who ascertained that it is due to i
in Tennessee than the Delaware to market them BUT TIlE FINEST:: BRANDS'
more success as speedily as i>os> } a minute acorns, or mite
Clinton, l Isabella, English or Si'anishgrai to resort to extensive: trade or to the itch Insect on the' human sub ONLY FIVE; CENTS PER POUND.
>e and other varieties. While the latter the .purjxise of developing: an inl'rl'a..III The remedy they prescribe is to soak j
the.Concord' mand for in the cities are kept in stock -
but a problematic all and
yield crop oranges '.'' in warm water, HO as to remove the
this: latitude can be counted on to produce, of the North and West accessible by without injury, and to apply' sulphur --- '

if nut a full crop, at least something every Under the (impulse thus: given by i")\ Hut we have cured it by the free G. AVERY, : r-t( AT OLD P. O. BUILDING.
year. The Concord can stand more cold capital and mercantile energy, the kerosene upon the legs. The affected<<
freezes than the others, owing to the perfect oranges has increased an extent : should lie serrated from the others!, 1i
: ;i maturity of the new hoots which they are unprecedented. It is: in this situation disease is lI\tllgious.-R'frlu JVVu1 I i MILS. ANNE CLARKE:,

I i4 j ure to attain bcforu--winter. Ifyoumant! the idea is i presented of the Florida Ii i i
out cuttings be careful to take canes of l last culture being overdone. We are truly AND BOARDING STABLES. ST., BET. ('ENTREL.'CU ',
1f: :. who has char of the : rpIIIRD
i year with a part, of the growth of the year tied to find that the cultivators! PBITT LIVERY
before and make but one of each shoot or are under no such Impression. Their groves near IJmona belonging to the CARRIAGES AND WAGONS !! FERNANDINA, FLA.
{ : colony has set out this winter '.',UII 0 ,
cane; then put two eves in the ground and ket is: an unlimited one so long as thl'
leave but one eye altove it. Cuttings that "supply' the fruit at low'C'S. When ( u lemon trees and he says they are To and from Steamers and Trains. i
have not taken root should be planted out cease to do that, the sooner they off finely. He \procured most of DEALER IN THE :
early in the spring, in the latter part of February their crops the better it will be for trees from Point{ l'imahlis.-Tungsi. Trib. I II I Choicest Fruits and Vf'g

or first! part of March.( For one year selves and the public. FOR SALE : j % f

.. old vines that have taken r(w>t the latter It was for a time regarded l as an even p breeding in California was com HORSES: : BUGGIES, HARNESS: CONFECTIONERIES: ETC.Bliss' .
part of March is early enough. It almost tiun whether Florida or California in 1712) by Spanish! friars! at San CARTS AND WAGONS !
I amounts to folly to put out vines without Supply the domestic demand for ); who went there with 'OC) head of cat.
having the ground well prepared. It is: true the Atlantic States; but Florida has ) *.h'I'.l1lu1 a few horses, and hogs. TERMS: C.SIl.'Offil'o Z : Garden Seeds, Flowers

they will grow in spite! of neglect, but there pletely distanced California The "' there are bou.OUO hl'alillf cattle in that and Stable First Street, near | Garden Implements.
will be time and labor lost. The ground orange crop I is a regularly large and .. and 8,000,000 khecp Uroom Street Wharf. 49-tf j n'
t ought to be suhsoilcd one foot and a half bile one, the cultivation has In-come .. __ ___ "'. K. ISAUKMGIIT,
deep: with spade or other farming implement pent, and the quality of the fruit i is e, !! : Utica herald says that for five years! FLA.'I
so that the rich loo.-.e dirt come to ered excellent With the (' "' theaverage quantity of milk to the JAMES JlrCilFFIV, AGENT,

the bottom and serves! as: a l lasting resourceto tinacitv the Southern people, the j of cheese has t-tcadily increased in AND BUILDER I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

the almost omnipresent roots and rootlets ment for the cultivation of tropical (" t dairy district, and gives two reasons for CONTILICTOR AND) STOCK :.\ .
of the vine. How far the stacks oughtto Florida has gone almost exclusively!! that a firmer cheese is demanded<< BUTCHER ANDDealer
be planted apart depends on the bight to one crop, from which I'rul.'til'Ulllt'\"uti I second1 that thepractiteOf watering the Alachua Street, between Second and Third ,
which you intend to lift them up. Light arisen the remarkable mccevj, while in is" increasing. In Ice
pebbly lIuil will not require you to raise the fornia the movement which should have I FERNANDINA: }'I.\. TENNESSEE: : BEEF A :

.todn over three fed hi h while In strong: tyrlriitrateiIthhxit| oranges has gone als'* I from the West promise! a very Orders and estimates from a distam-e, carefully BROOM STREET; WHBF,
harvest this and therefore
that ill mlud wIttlhOay the same bight grapes, the manufacture of raisins the year, ?'
would, cause the ,. The ; 6L ovation of fig and olives and other m )" of bu>hie>s, attended to. 25-t( 19-tf }' ANDIN \.

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t THE FLORIDA MIRROR: : .\ pill IL .21! !t. .

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.E t(1'1: x m"8.: ; .1 felt 111511)/Shit( :;; of the! :T.dnpatliltt : Iinir'li'o, I TUB .ad"ullh") eainn'4p1'lilent\ of ::\lll'\h" i nit11.1 will .tl\tl til the 'I lnnt"r\' IrJ..11:1tIL; t
...... th"1 York that It I 1' the c.hh11" I\
r- ; VTutlwtli! lIt4 t'lnritlliiHyi" : ha II .1:1t1 1 Convention of Ocoryia
!1 Mlji' near: 'r\I\11\\: : ,1 : )l'1 the State of Florida, on theSt. .lulln'l Ir\.t.: illlltltf I
A TtntiTV piwnd; 'I watermelon\ std,Itl'.1 .\. tinted tluM-lVei-t of frilnininjt up prang' lncrea.bu-iness\ in the city the 111'l'lr., and. if does a very higr; lntsiin-s. The Senator met nt :1\111:11: this t I Wile.k. The attendance "

1'1'0111 Tampa: M Aiuu.: tn hist" \\'(" k'. II'ih 'I I trees: : th''ie left untritnined! grew to double nl,1 judging from the full fn-Uht.s!. of the I i mm \\in'.lt; (Mr.. Carpenter) hu< is i "l'f'large. .
I "
: llwy ivnurks: upon]\ tin number'o tTiO i 'iie of tlie; )\fll'1....' Tin'' viUei:! dale: !h Vvnvery many steamers tip\ the 1'11'1.111.1. the rlil'l been .!there.Mr. ( :: !! from Floib C 'tl' \10 hotel keeper\ ire Inrllm-d: \ "to

I tipsy i\ people mi I tin-streets: of Jacksonville.Tin l dry }hut t 1'1'| + nut 2'tltIi..rillil t-vci-pt on I road< 11':1111.: ; III interior! has had. tnorv IIL' assign: 'llkll'ht'IIIlr 1 \\1" 1111-1' rln""" for I make hay while the 1"IIllli"11:111 hilH*." .

";s : new city council of Jacksonville: \; high; dry pine landsTin :" than in any ti truleryt'I*. This" {milelites I building, which i. the Senator 1'1'111".il An thjogt'ntt'nlall) : wvltlfio: roomva. !
, t'\l'dl'lllIlI\ the i evv ntliccrs except marshal.\ : political cauldron is reportitl to bohoilinj one \1 two things ', ; that we 1I1""xl"ll.til 1. I the t t.\lr. ".'1"11'1Jil", ), 1 11'1 not feel there.In at Informed.l (ts1 !ay: the >>lrh't> that he ctnild'

r I Ue- more products\ or 1"1'1 money ha III* come 1",1,( thlt without Il. I :should have small room, for !*.",! :n Clay !
THK: tit:: Augustine tlotl'lllll.1 the I Florida\ : ner ainonx the Marlon county "1'1 1\' ; IIHI : Iwo I

House, nt I :&>t. Augustine; : closed 1 on I tlioMsf:? piihlicans. Tho ( kn\llflll/ll'r"I\ : '" the enmity in by which these import\ were paid: for. thilk'i I very'ouosl; lotmble ; but if the $11t.: I Till, I: ..111111111 y, )m estimate'tha\' the\ Increase :
1 hear of failures Wise., sin has tliotv' :
t both. \+ n 4 : II' hl"I'1 1,1..111. '
THK: Duniiuctt\ urovcon Indian, River!: produced t convention refused to let Mr.: Dennis nd- 11'011111) it i is fair to that 1 the ally III it 111 i: I..l.\.lir, 111' t'say'. anvthimr.Mr. in shipments of ,'IUUI "1'11' that pott; 'i!

'. this :season 4.V ,'ono oranges which. *"II .dress them and. the nominations made had II"illl' 111'1. solvent condition.1111,11 Again .JII' Flo.ri.1--1 I ,made that ol-I, for this el1'i11t'ss vear.. as above the last wi
fur, ItINNI I: "created: great\ ,1i"I I'tion.; 'Fl ie ticketnulnittttt'il (country N I a ; rt'l 1":11.1 because 111' "IIIII' 1'1"1 \"I'UI- bcovcr3uNsr?' ( > bales ; :rtINNI,' bale in ext'sslit'
sales and and executions it ,
the lists 101'1"11'1' : happened I to state to me just \ 1
white nu-n and one' ofax -il have \ The
contain two \ last I
a 'I'II:1'nusil! : ,, ; AVw "ay* :Mr.[ Junes of Day-. are I'II1'"I'r: much less than lie c'url'I'IIH-.I 1 concur in the remark year HI"'a\y 1'1"1f'in,1
they needa i11eH'a"t' i I""* also: larger *.
<' from
negro.AT) of the :
:Mr : \ "I f Hill this fa 'IICIII' FilrilIhll
hula \paid Pdackvvrlght; Holly in former l 'II.1,1 1'1',1111'tlh..f: much..
mcTtiiiit of the stockholders of the building ;IIwk.11: very Ax "hiItulr of honor"occurred near Philndclphin -
:Slu.iRHi 1 fur young;: orange)! prove.Tin a ) things has come to puss I under H'III.I'rll; 1 \\Ilh'In line t the. to out the. words,
Florida; Central llailroad: ; hell at Jaek.uii"ville : ." the llkl'of the of this week, at vvhtih, 11,1' a weekof
: \'l'titi01of i Fernandina! ami\, Jacksonville : \.llinl"u'cllilll.; "il I"'IIIul !lllth' :Int. I
James 11 1. l liaker; (;!is.rze: 1 It.: Fosner.C.oorge Fh "OIIHllli"111.1 preparation: 011' of the
A lailriia t ( referred tu theca.sestriedi'i\ I'nitcdStates ( 'I'j
Company\ vvns Wilson: 1 U.:. M. l/Kn-tlo.: l1. TKngle. : TIIK: 1I..wll1'1': : TIl( amendment, was a.reed; 1 tl, Miot his ovvilMiond, lulcvn
tin1 committee on ',\\iIHIIII"('" ami,' rults.Tin ; I Court at ;! \\ylh'. t this) Week : The bill was: reported to t the Senate: asniui'tidM. Irllllpal.nearly
I .1.! T. llaya. Hy Uobinsoii: \ : I 1'. fonher.and t'lh' vs. flans !F. 1'oetting. and the : n* It1.\Iht' IncommiMceof haft.( : (1114( opponent beinc ton! 11'l' I
-: In in is already 1:11,1111Iw" and a 1ndChlilrs 1!. : elwteil l dinntors.M. .M.-tlih..1 : I him, and the other shot I
(r. Mct'lcnnyere l'e\enue: Laws :; V,T- the whole \1'1'" ( 111'\'I" II. in front ) II
nf the Smith:: Florida., Railroad: !, and n1II111"1'I'tive 1:, :\1. l/r.njile: / was chosen 1'resident nnd! ,\1.llti.1 "fl\lrlal; ,'IfI\I. $1\and c-wts. TII I,i was ordered, to 1 be engrossed, for: I 1.1.1.II ully sit tied. No card\'. I j

\ is i running; tn :silver: :springs\ : \ amiOca Thomas Polly, Secretary: :Mud; Troasuru*. ld.llt"..1t.II':: '", "inlall.III' read) flea third time I and waspaed. : notice that the :'L: i ..
1"1'1'1'I I
<< la.AN 1\111": Uivvs; "'''I'c\l, guilty ; \. \1' aIIIII1'
'I'ln'I'atnpl; | tit"tnlttti, has i4t''I.1! l the ,' sii.ptnded.t'nited '! The I title was -intended sn as tread : "A spondent :11''''': that Lieutenant. llf'll.m. t
:; itl'ort is being made to have Hay street dill'eivnce 1"1\\1"11 the Democratic nnd Uepnhlicnn "l'llel" Stales:: : : Nathaniel! lUliott.Vr: bill to provide for the t'l't't'tiail141f'" a publicbuilding of the revenue irvic. i is at .\tlalll.: lei the t

in ..II'k"oll..ill.awll with graniU1 blocks.OMI ); dict. trnitlv.Tniipl ut Jacksonville, Florida., f fhl'rlllll r
: \ i parties:: tie '\ :iglib tr4 ,il> not like tll An thing* byllahiS. \Iwts\ecu/ thetwii parties Nthe" Domocrats \ l( Mate; ,:. 11. H. Siliwerin. and :Mu. 1'\.1, t. 11'1 ibis! DiMriit; illll'l.ll"111I1.i11 ,.al\> lsoout't' ,ti' not distinctly JK.Tct -
I'nited, Stales v!'. I U.: H. Can('\ "i.I.llill :
art a /'IIIIi" ;-/111'/1.1111.\,' \ the Itcpnh-: I of 1ntt'i"! ill Revenue l l4uty". On II"till ,|! Monday: hc.t in th, :->1'IIt..IIII"r- Ivc the hiiinettfon of this branch nfMttty

I I'l' liiMi: the first 'ipuirtcr of this: year over I (<,111" udneteeii twentieth: : of tvhuni in the the IH\'il\'. Attorney! under in ,triictioiv: 01tin i/.ing the slirvc.y, examination: aiulropoi't bvItniiiHl ,will the ostiM.;hc! 'one nf gtiaiit'itig. n &II*'

M ,n1Nt a.-reVoF; State Ian4.I: have \It.'I'IIlIhl :ittliv I >:>tnt'm'l"! 11I'1ot.t art\ b.inded. .together tier '''I' 11"l..IIIII.II.' \'i'eii't tin1 11.111', di"missed : ) Slatx-s engineers: on the ,': ,
) .
fio11'l / I.i i I.
' iaii'l jHce! nt.Tiillunaps.e.t.'und tin1. brunch thu, uut1111'\ (ho whole people.1' l/ht'ittl F. schuttc.'ctal. \-.' J.. L'1 It. 'I 1!. cost ofimprnVtmtiMitsicipurcd! \ in deepen: thechanneji (i iKXiiVi.I Scimpti: I:in I commanding at WcM

; oil):c ii Jack*,tiivillu. that i it o..I.1'1I l ('0..1 Orkred that Rircivers: \ pay tinTrusUiti ., ofthe: Wacissa. 11,1l'il rivers.On 1'nilll, ) \ order expressinghi !
'tthrlettt'ualIhiprolt'111eut. l'ui'i.! Ih,'. ,-" A-| hll'I"II'11'dll
Tin i.:: tax assessor: ,, nf Columbia: 1''Ullt1:1"\ : : I'nlatkiiiw'.Ni; / s tin- 1Y111rtrltrtlt'tl Mondjy. WIl. :1' l f.lll II 111 c'mltt'l'fll ;
ti):;. III"'l
in the
IXl.II"'ll" lntii lu %cd \
completed) \ his, special'assessment\ : ; to \pay tIll'.1tuhh.,1 of'a railroad to thai place i is now regarded. II" OivU'fL'il\ that. the Riuvivei-s: .1"|.v "',1' JupitiT nl.\II. 11i :,'I.It.1, and 'thanking; its 1\'II"\I Ii 1' their nuiiilybearing I

i jud''tnont.s: !: .. t the ouunty ill I :n tiu-t. ;and anticipates; a la IMC increase" in the llet'iil>1iNi for mullkillcil by tlic rnilr.Kid.J.'tnt. viding that.\I.ll'"i.I'lt: uf 1 the, tsubmit :'I.II..I"11 under tlio griyvanve, wroiiandiu-;
I' *,oad is tummciue ;u Settle 1 gave: nnJice: thai the to the :,'la' 111,1, Jhuiso, \:11'1.: as- \
The to
t tinI'liiicd :StateCourt. hii' in<_"is of the city. : : .iustice! which thcv have recently Mtt.uiind
syt t u.iuin-1 ( : for 11'4:21"1":, onpubl'u ; to ;count voles; for Piestdciit, and
)11 r:. HULL! write from; Washington, ; tlm! at'that point! and the iron to'he laid l.iiids, woiid i.'l'III"1) ( .J\\. : "' the Best Monday senibh-d '. ;all lit purporting' \ in t l'I,.niiltn 1 th. 1111',, of maltivatmcnt u t'I I

he I...,* .scvurcd, a titv'in' ';Jdc report\ frmu the a* \it\ ;goes on. The ltn' i who : in I Ihy ,''iivcniment. 1'01111" '11"1':1 votes. '
l .
hundred favor
R \ employment to one men point III ,
Wednesday while
(9illltllittl't'I'Yltlllle1111i11 appropriationnf J
an \ \ : evening ii
York moved MY. ", of New toMi" Malt"ol
nf Ch\iKNi' Volu-ia, har. with their families: will l add, live huhdrijd. to 1'1. fir aworld's S.piarcOardon.; New Yofk.was'lillol' t with ovirSU III I
file lVns.cola| (inv'tf gives the followingdescription the rules ::1,1 \1'a'4.l11t' hi,1'o'jlhl\ ; ,
Tin: mail l contract from; Jacksonville! toEnterprise the popuhti'in.\ \ found I near ', fair in New \: ::\. {\'hf.ll' ( I ) 1'II'I., the front of the building gave s ,
YurI' 1"1
: has" been awarded, to 11 r. 1'. /Vi1''correspondent' ) from :MiceottikiecommerTts \ that During tt) : 'II'i.n.ICII,1 the early Spanish occitpatloji on motion of Mr. Uavard: was 111'1'\\ : way, l f.IIIII outward, n:11\ : of! Ill l'IN't'151411'I'

i \ Tho time allowed is l twenty-three' on 1111 open ,letter: pujililicd' in : city., Florida lactfu number of mis-.ii>usWere The l appropriation\ .-<::MiHMf) ,r 11..1" falling in. The loss of life hits 10t been, definitely .l
l hour awl I to he run daily\ the Nun nnd, I'fmn, of! :Mr, J< Sherman:; to aMr. 1 \ I "il West iisecrliiMicd at this: writing, but threehavo
established" amoii the I Indians, by I hi'FI'II'i"11 Ih'l of a 11111111'1 at Key passed I ,
James C. Sherman's: i1)hllll'nt111111t111t'tip the and,
: 11'ater4"ily5 been taken out
Tin: mail contract on the Ochlawaha has : IlIi-i"IIII'h': and were the House on the l I''llt lust: ; 11'1 1'lIill:4.\'I,1
ilhthhllfa114 that the l'hal,11'
s; ITCH given to II. I I.. Hart for the next four intended to make the watern111t'nr built, at the Indian, I.WI". Tli.. II.II1" in the Senate:; on the :Mr.: Jones. ofFlorida 1"H'1 or eight badly WIIIIII.\

{ 'I'lIr"'I'r little mail will go that way after open' letter was : but lie is: a typical IIh.dlll,1'1'1':1",1\ : for the 1'1'11 the (Committci' 4>n' Naval Til Ir"l' of iron, which, I short while
abroad a'big
the completion} of the Peninsular Road.ll : '\ as the estimation potato; of 1.1'0111'01111't 11'lhalI.\Ildia'lIl' .be hung around the neck of converts Allairs: reported 1\111,1), on the House bill since \1I"1 rapidly advancedseems to be '
small put1ltulII t .
( y..l'. r. ]Hisiioi. in a letter' to the I'nimtpositively : "The curious C':1 see-iV they ask Us making 11111'11'"pri.IIIIII fil the erection 'JII almost as rapidly on the decline. I1'
heMilnnittcd llcptihlicans.! medal, temporarily naval I 1'11. Placed on thecalender. forced t up nt n \\hciicon.sumcrshad I : ,
\ declines: to permit\ his! name to to show it (to 111'11-11 antique \hllrl'
Tilt: ( iainesvillc! municipal\ election resulted \ themselves at the exceedingly .
largely: supplied
to the Democratic) Convention in our isle"I.'I.I. 1 was recently
in the success of the Fusion or Citi.eiis'ticket In the IIIlf'l'II"ulr'rl'I low rates, and at the advanced, price
in that
the :Second l District" a candidate Con found, by Dr. John Urosnaham 11.1 )01"1' :11' I
\gress. headed. I by :\11':4.:.I'J. Uurnett, the present Jali"h:1'11111\ at (itlll Point which is Ids an amendment to the bill to encourage agri foreign 11'11 was' sold In our at alower I.,
11I1I 'or. 111' slioiilil juiige" mat a very the ( I'IIOII- than that demanded by our
Seiieral; )1. 4. Littldield, h.11' his orange groveThe ('I1lrillllh'\"II. ,1r"'lill 'IIIIIII 1:11';
TIIK: ISfffzc say.s: had I been elected\, 1'l'i.I'I"I'1.1 "I
' formerly president of the Flllrila11( I 1'111! good city government inscription 1 is nearly obliterak-d. by cor IT to 11'llirl'II" 11111'dr'I.t nu agriculture 1111111; Ihd I 11. 'l'Iltitflit'I profits have largely -

successful I The candidate opposing'\ 11\\1'. llurnctt wa.Mr. the letters ;. /I) only being ileciphcrable. interests of an adoption) of a revenue III rll I thus far, gone into HrUish: pockets.TIIK .
is I a ru-II
Railroad, now president ('r
\ B: I.'. Drake :Mr. liuniett is a Demo- )..
I, in hl ,'(ansulllciently in the present protective 'hl.1" number of at
lit1"'l The : II'li tlrlf. Immigrants:
und tlourishing gold mining company 1lf'oIIdl 1101'1'1' nrrl'ln
) erat and :Mr. I Drake! is: a Republican.\ Tin )
h'\ll\ plain to show on one side a nun\ \ 1'I'I".t to by Mr. Kelly of IVnnsylviuildefending (, United Slates Isms| | this year, it is cl'l luh..1 I
e, council are di\'idce between the two parties,. "
with in I the othe I protective tall'. The subjciwill by the Secretary of the New York Hoard of
.\ oiMi-vxv hm he-'ii orulllzlo'I"t; \ up\ :altelegraph 'ful.vttfi FI".jd.JIIIII'IIIII says the |i1'as)tNeilrun and above!laltl hi 01111\11111.11'1'111 with aureola be "1'IIIllllall.\ ; Immigration: exceed ) ) which will ,
1111,' from AlHipka City i7>i Zcll- 1 I llrllall ; \l 4IMtW. 4
; has been I h1II0l't proliiic' 01'J."I): the head the a known in the
above on be the iiillux historyof
; 011.1"il 11111111'11I11' COUNTRYl'.tu largest
well foillio N
\\'u."ll.l.akl' Kustls.: This speaks: .
that she has ex.pcricnccd. : 7'1, 1.\11 .
for Oningce county / tree. tin'
i-ntiTprisi and Iutelligcntu of our new h"II.1 to a \I\ar'lIlly\ : UAI.MK:, FI.A., 1 its 1. the country. A large lullc'r among
; Itailniads' Im\"l.I'c'n begun, hotels IUT"1 represent U Pilgrim 1111 I 'I\II\'l'\ I am now planting 1'111',111111 hope to > these are artisan and skilled workmen, wllowil
interior ti vii" Jl !
built hundreds. settlers\ came in, jawmills Knight. 'll medal I I is one 11\111 '|tiartc through soon. (Cane on this river WI: without doubt, Immediately Iiml employment

Tilt: 1,1',, ;':'" hotels arc clearing) np for tin established 1 mechanics: have received, inches (long; by an inch wide, the materia :splendid crop, I'IIH single I canes 1'1',01'1'. In( their several branches, a.s tlht'revival

>,'a""on, and the vWtoix are leaving rapidly\ enlplovnu'it,111111\ all have been kept buy ( i Is provided with an "l' "," making' a ipiart and: of improving syrup. 011 all countrysettling along 01.1)!i of business has t'UI"1 the ,I'llld. I
1'1'01111111' Florida l winter rt'>llIl'tol.: It i is i-Mi-' and all been hem-lite' The Jonnntl itsell' 'ol'II'r.II,1 tin up \
extending Ilm.-lhl. of an 111.h from Indian : The woodman's I a \rings "ut as well as: the payment profitable prices 1
mated that l.\HK: ( ) JRTNOHS have vlsltiil StAuxuMinc has II very prosperous I and I contented I appearance top for suspending\ it. I i is of uudnuhtiiantiquity the e'alh In'r.kll.1 to the Jr"I'II. to be 'Ilr'e for: manufactured articles of almost everydescription. tr r 1

: this winter. in itnison with its: :surroundings, into 11\'c'
of 1111.1'1111'111"1
some ,
perhaps "II 1'1'lh'\ so far this Jrl"l" ( : .'rl'I',. [clingers .
A M.\itTH v W.\nni.voTfi.N tea party wa.celehrated .' )11I.TlnII.u: Om"liI'"liml : "If the .\I\\\ IIII of numismatic ncinirements| ('nl I identify.l il and "should it I",11111'11'11, (her 'I'uel'Iu'i11iatt'xt I .ursiu11i+ ,,having) pussiiltwo

at Tallaliassee in the \I"\IUll'll'- and /lI'i""lIl'UIIIII is made a success it will\ period by the sign; of the (Captive Knight will 'be u gnmdcropof Iru i It. orange-, days in ('111'1'111. h-H thereon Mou- I 1

\gait style which the ladic-s: tf the capital\ influence the )planting,, of hundreds of\ orange 111,1 naked 1, but lorll'.1 l'ilrilll.-tl'l; u- "'110"111'4, thron, )111\\1.\ (pineapple, Im- .day last for They were met by
large' 11'llllh.
know !" "
have ln-en I a very enjoyahle atVajr. county. It is well protected by a range II\| whom ?" rh'l'1 this winter. Tomatoes are giuniii) on the, Savannah mil rfi ;I

oftrsjiy.sHitqxyly u hills four mllt-s south of "Waukccnah from tn now, tllly the lath of l-Vbruar;)' 'llldllll.
THE 1 lake City; lii> 1'1\1\ Charleston Railroad: I. to the city .\I f is
from otheriiiuntlespifriK'ont IIlIrlhl'1'I'hlll... and fanned ,hy genial breezes CO.WUUSSO..II.I'VULW ready for" shipment. ,
day )] a''si>s without seeing wagons wi I think our ,country has great future hi1fore generally the case with our, Savannah I

; ImitT,+l lNfith rti| >)iri"i( f'llr-' from the Sulf.; It is \peculiarly adapted\ 1 mJI'It Vl'KSOXVII.I.K.On : it, In the way vegetables 1 for Nortlieri friends: gm.ts were most I'ollui. t

eerie in I iiku City. Tho enterprise III'IL to the growth of the IIr/Ulj.elIl11t lauds intlat ( 1111111 of :1'lIul.1 .Junes the bill 111' markets, as .fUMiu'u.t we get good and t'II'I111:1"1'1111111. ] 'ly received( tIl'Il and hospitably treated, Consisting

few merchants has attracted till iminen.si1trade. ;Section will\ .HM>H !Ill' in demand, provided. the erection IrtllllI'I"l.ll g It.I'k"'II- built. 1 liave wrltl'l' tu'l.tll us this party CIOC1 of I busincs* men,

." ,j' of course, the canal enterprise sueTHK vine was called up and lillo\\'ll action 111'01.110, 'oil( ci i, 111,1 frul i Is not Jltrl'v. ; hit with clear h'u11.1 ('"h'rprl.llJ spirit, wehave

THK i-ase of.thy 1'nilwlStutyrt:: '1againstIIrew ct'trhl.j." t : "C I >N> 1" I' took place 11; rcjtortcd I in the l'oqrrsssmslllhill. there is h'iH| now, in undcrstuml all tIl no doubt their , to Southeast

.'10. liucki, fortrespasniM'n government lands, Palatkaheel'1/ hal reuLhcd its Mr. skiing do4'.s not I'l'l over iron, engine nnd wUlII/.tt'k arc purchased I.all"II' I., advantageous, and that
hundred sotfiatjt/ (
which hlolillill: for several years in the court*, eleventh anniversary I liiithfully I' ilevotcilto l to havo hl'l\rl"f our Mister city 11'1'.1. : be I reality soon ; then wurkJ) "jmti-h II\"t wi li wllhI"hlll Il'W .h.r throuIh I (,1II'.tol will

was ordered tried lit piis term nt Jacksonville \- the interests. of. its hcction and C'UIIIIIIt Mr. .ul", of Fiuritla-I wi..1 to a-.k 11'1\1 exert itself to get us ('I.urrl'l ht" North. lc'l source of profit to both 1".tl,"". /

hy Judge Settle: : ut' the reniest uf the! deserve well of the people of I'litiuim county. to call up bill : '':S:. 'hl. will help to develop this l'uultrv .1'frtutuu.itOrt'u.Yxirlllsltiut.-A'iiwt i !

defendants. -, ", In' the cha'ngeable; and generally unsuccessful The Presiding OJkcr-IJ thenobjection' / wind IMrtlous of
".s/ ? V sitnrtaulilsls'rts terrlllc! storm panned over |
( le the
Tilt Smifiitnl TilUm'lu1'IIC.lIl1l1ullltlIliollfrulll ex|>erience of the IIl'W"IIIII'r| pn-ssj it to award temiHirarily I hill for the II)'III'pllrlw/rtt I i II' c'IIIIh'rll.Ihl 1"II'1. 11'11 here, this 11\1); the 1.h.l.n' full, Missouri last Sunday night. The town of

Hrunch he had rid sK> ks '\"l'lllir the prnprietoruntl, the community indicated II bv the Senator Florida We have had I very dry winter und thtmost destroyed
J 11 J. II.I haying) gotten li 11'11 weather. u week Mansfield WI." almost entirely j
Mi-taiucd |iH-al
which has u IIltlhuut
1 paperfor ? 1'1\,1'
r4 ..fthl' inserts on the orange; trees hy di'iig; u first only 'buildings rcmaiiijng( standing
and 111111.1111county Mr. Co4-krcll-lA-t it be ago. >\c "I'II"1 tr llrle"1
around the trunk to a depth uf u foot for wi many year. 1'alatka rt'I"rlt.llilr 11111'11.111.11. three 1'lth". rall makes our urI"I" The cloud described us I'IIIVl'ry black and h ht

three or "four feet around, und tilling up the have made great progress within that The Pri-siding, Olllcer- Tlm bill will hereu' I'IW'cry fast now, as it is warm-about ho"at funnel had.| lined with white, moved l I
time, and we hope the JlsriIi1will share in I. night, There will be large "\lllil' 1)fhlrupplcplaulttrlthllsvt I
hole with suds: with wonderful dt-ntroying' and
soap the general prosja-rity of its section. The Chief( Clerk reud 1 the bill ((1. No. 2"t 12)S ) '. 'ur, 1 ht. Iruit C'II velocity
chief T. S. I of he to perfection.' Th plants arc' blowing); uvvay lu its |utli fora 'l
(hex:: $. V. UKNKT.: ordnance, to itrovi'Ie for the purchase a "lilllII'il. al"'lflll'\ l'f..r.tlllJ
.\., Is Oil u visit tu hN: relatives ut 1'alatka. Tilt Marion County Republican (Convention I an A the erection llu-reon of u I'Ith'IIII.I- now putting ; 11 trait und will be un curly width of about hulfu mi,. Treys Wl''e twist-

native 1.1't.; AugiMinc und a has nominated I 1 11.V.. Chandler for lug, in the city of Jacksonville, Ilurlla ; ulI irop.SM. tat 1 off;; cuttle and animals of all kind were ,
is : u
ien. a .. the as inLiimmittce | >uklngubotit tllll"I"rtatln-tll\|
: there
nndV.. .\. Wilkinson and 1P.J 111 objection -It'llh' arricd ,distances" through thu uir.
State Senator, ( great
: of the i
son of the late Peter Uenet, } sq., one of the whole. procc-cdcd to its "1'1"I'"JIIICllil| f..r'uI.illli"t. "h'III'
1o""t known and most highly; re.-"pecti.-d citi- MHirath for the Assembly. The same consideration.The C''11 i from Indian River toSt. An- Mansfield(. u place of eight htindreil inhabitants '

three gentlemen also (M-ctipy i three of the bill w.. 1'1"| >rt11 l from tIlt Ciiiunittcc( I .Misfinc.' through Mosiuitn. Jjigoon and Haliiax was in an hour ,destroyed and the
of the ancient city. canal fourteen
111" River then bv cutting
nine seats: delegate to the State (Inleru. on Public liuildings : and liroumU, with anamendment ; I roaring of the wind with the ,'rl.ur fulling
\ h bar have all the t miles, have an inland route nearly tln'I'1IIIrl..llil.
TiiKinemhiTsof I the (iainesville t !lion. Kvidcntly: th"IIal'him' is in workingcotulition ; insert t route wasopencd. building* and piercing hriek.t of maimed I III'
clause lieu to : alllfhj
presented Judge; Vunn with u"cry complimentary in that county. Tlu.IIm", says That 'the 11111 of Iht.t..f the Tresisury I IH-. 111Il JUIJ'Jull.1 r"" 1's lu for I'rcight.sfrom tcrriticd jKophis I represented UK Moot

expre.-sion of their appreciation of Mr. Chamllcr I i- a teacher from Maine, who is hereby, authorized und dins-ted 1 to pur- o"t I wlllII.Inn u great lu-irtrendiiig, Th numlK-r of dead found I
the uniform courtesy, urbanity and ahilitywit \ has been in the ('1.1111111)1) three )ears. 111II private wile or by ("'I"'lllIutilll. il"IIII'lIt.11 Few large aluautithtsuf wIIIIll'a sogilr.11nlv't'getablts very at Ibis tlll in this place i is hevcnty-clght ;

which lie lias presided over the spring lie has apparently taught thecolored rejuilt-' ) \11\1\10 ".. the lot"tatll'ground of the in the 1"111'city 11' years woiitd| Iw "hil'I",1 Irlit.) lll.. route, many are still missing: and eightylivewounded j

term of their Circuit Court. 1 lil'all".r. Marion to discard their etuteIt'lm; .itf Jacksonville, 1.1"11"1..I und to cause to beirivtcd f;iive us such U route us this, ( \ chciili/'' arc receiving attention in an im- ,

Tut grand jury Alachua county have lur, Rev. 'Ir. Lung: colonsl l. who has long: I tl'I"'l, I lire-proof suitable vault brick! extending or .ton" !I freights isiitutrv, und on we the would earth soon JUI'c tl grandt Pr' vlw'I) )'.,"I.iaJ. un old Hi-hool-hoiisp. I i

rts.'"nimcndetl t in their general pmcnimeutof I n'1'rL"-'lIh'l\[ \ party und rate in the State; building In eai'lt I"'ullll.l.aliuu I My gru|>o vim-it, or cutting-I which I reiivcd The cyclone m-cmsto have jms-swl hIIH11.1 (

'i"'I\l'i of county Iwinds to fund the in- lA gi"lature. .I' the .t.rvr"I.tIHa'(lfl..1 I 1"th' "trict und ftimuitI''irts I (' frou ('"I.rllull"'II" yi-ur align, did l >4 of Jllinol, und (Itl \\.1..11"11.,

deItt'lhe4 of the 'county. The public sen- ( ,111 other ( iovernnu'iitin 'pU-ndidly. Some grew canux vi; ht feet long duiigyrrtrlt.htisage all along its und
| Inl.I
I Ilk:\Tii or IIISIKD: I'tLLI'joK.-ua: : I I ind made un iinmcnso amount of roots. I
I In alto' l'l hc'r .'ttirt, that city, ut u n.t iioticxivciling have ever known lu
Sillh"t of our jH-ople K-ems to : I Texas, April B.-HI. Itl'H.). IVUHXT.HUh'p ) 111/ludillg| | cont of .Itl. vvhiih s';' iiives"t them out, and /M."I have grown Uthemont severe we

.r averse to I"uing'"ulll... to fund existing of :<'anntHIII..., died ut half-)>aft t 1,1".1. math a* to all'">nI.I un of 1"1 Blare] t"j mif .i ix inciu-a new Jrlwtl so I"r. ut 'this this country. Many, utmost ill\'lltc. *toriis -

debts. o'cliH-k this evening.; His iKtithVUM cauKtlby 1 1I twit-ii the building hereby authorised ali ,Lite February ills III. \ wen no are relatts)l. t hildrvn having btvn curriislf ;'
other building not lv" than forty 4j ti4wsfarhfIJnll'urrnru4l.aitLiuIlly1hatitif the wind und utillmrvlving
Tnt Hepuhlicuns of the thirteenth pre41 I I a ciirbuncle on the spine and dialietcs.RUhop (ir), und the such of.I*l;,.<'J' is\ JWI.IUI" the fnix-ign varirtit'si Should WI' e4apfbU or two lr three milcH by other urti-

net held u nuftinxin East: Jack-amville' at.r : ] \ ivllicvr was liorn) at St.! Augustine; ropriutcd l, out uf any ued/c)'>in the Treasury I |I..c, 1 JK'lii-ve we ('il'havcaiiucgni| wagons ali l 1Inl1I4

(er141e'tby"'lilt.&Vrtttyflyrr"dIN,1111.1re.idyt4l! l ( FlorUla, Divi-iiiU-r :21, 1" 't. He made hisentire (! not ulli'l'wiuI'prll.rul..l.i fur the 1'11'I"L" a grow .n the 1''He slope.. J If the they d> l.tii c'l. (lying I 'through the t uir for Ii ngilistmttes.Thu .

that they did not want I thai! be iU4-d l applied l fur the 1111 we tire very "Ial' but
I for; Go t'nlOr,11111: they did not !believe hewas He w.ts ordained priest by Rt. Rev.l [ II'u valid title tu tIll J.ur\.l.\ 4-ss "I far. grafting-tlilnk will have fruit on I sent relief and 11..11',11 aUt'wtant",

the choiee! uf the Republicans: !>>>tH'al| I >i"hop I'orticr, ut Mobile, Augu-t H' l",', *; ., Ul'ItII".llllil"i".f building hall! !I't' n.t..111 nun graftcil I Iasi" IvlnIt'r.Orrr'jinulnd'J"I'N the ,h.tIIUI'H und imllt-ring i, 11".rh..II"| '

ioiinty.THE I I \\'; con-.t ruled Ridiop of. San Antonio In he rllh..1 'tat(. I }' ';'/'1 Itijijtrihli, terrible. The |>n>pi-ny hiss at this.ouepLic*'

Florida State Medical Sn-Iety:; hasIS..MI the Cathfdral. ut Mobiicon! the I Kth of DowmluT Theunaen'hot'nt Mr. (bnklitileas; WU11'.1 this 1H.'l'1 to. re|..rt(.l l'mm I "Will the ungeU comedown fur me with: Mill, i itotiinutcd I. unioiint to $i.' "
I ... His loss is terrible Mow to chariot! and horse when 1 die? asked| uittlelxtvof etiriINN' ),
in tension the ]IIIL't week ut Ja<'koii- 1.' u I the 'otnmhtee on I'' ISuildingsind i ii 11 i "I

rill?. Dr. U. I*. Danu-1,1're.ident ; Dr. 1'or- t the Diocese, in which he "'.t,M, loved andottfiued i On>iiinU? ,, .I II lie** if you are bU u oltllays'Iasslltlaht'r.real aimml b
ter, of Key Wot, Sevretary, and Ur. Ffrnan- l by Uith Ciithulic and uun4'ath.r- I Mr.. Junta .f "'I" 1 *. air.11r. thcScnu- I "i-aiher. The little fcll-iw' eye njhirkUil t"all. .-I )(cur, siyuu t'sl.lllJe.and, Wi are of
lint. Ill fimt-ral will take .on Saturday. eUlkJn-1hv IUlalr\ us liu .. ". uluil of it, .\ have lou
din, Tn-asiirer. Dr. ( Drew Jr.. maul a |'a.Ire place. bur f"1 are there Wil'IUtdlltll' .llll.t,1 '' rl big "lln'Ui girl atachmeiit -
nn epidemic iluva, anal Dr. Ken worthy .\ from the Cathedral here.-J/o- in Ju'k"J\' t'turil > soul drf tHy'l let .i .u UI \ ;in Miiumcr pura.sol will.
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f ; 1.1. :.vw ,,EI*.IK r.ii BAT.llrlinSnii : and" t the inoro; l with:' clay thin !soil' the I We do ii"t apprehend that': the foreign; finportation frOY'l"E'oSt

higher; null farther; 11)1) :ut oiuh't (tie stm kto I I .. of oranges!' into the :Nijrth;, Atlantic S.i\.l'JllK &
( tlmt/ !it irllt; litif', "-tlhrurlillentnx// / Itl''C!' to Wiiere' xintyanU, slioiild! !1".1" I I ports' run I be in any possible dtgroo \reduced,
'If nor rr.'tilrrf;' to ftirtiiih'n'rctirnte i i"ir/ll/i"1;! ; l'ah'tl. the (most: :suit.ilileplnce! for them is" tho I' I't' the. rapid.ineri'ii-e" of the orange: crop\ I"< :-: ) I, :-:'1'1:1:1:1'H: :: : : IT.XT15K: : :,
I ",I the fithjrct iif! tilmtx in On'; Matr of "'/'"// "utllwcll'rIJ ('xll/l/ !>'III(,. Never raise: more Florida, for the producer\* of that :State are i i iable ,
" r'r..'ra, IHIW tiiiiiiilJct; ,./r", 1Ifl"," i in; irrrifHinnhrf than one !stock 111 it plaoAfter the firstyear's I to find iiiereasing\ : : m.iikets\ in nil the tt'i1t.1x.11.1.1\1': iiTtt.GKOCEIIS : .
ilniite n bdeapnre It, tl,i.* arrl jr,'1. ;growth, cut tin-shoots.. fr.IIIIII'IU'k.. i iOf i-ities: and! towns, of (the :Southern:' \ und :Southwestern ( ,
the second veal's'h'Nds" : leave but one! to inferior to an extent Mttllcicnt\ to CirAXDLEllS I }
The .sixteenth M-clion i is railed: the schoolsettion ) "nerve .MS II !'t
!< having been tI..llah"lllr;( l (Congress; t to''',I The greatest Ilillit nit in the gmpc: line i'i! in the, business.: In filet, the I'apadlor,] I]
,t the State on the' basis: nl'n\ school fiunl) In the trininiiir.,: \\hicli, like !>'" Florida for producing tropical! fruit nnd, i .\?'\II IU.VI.I; /If: I\
t tiling", i". ut (lie !iMlne linica, si' 111:11111"1'1: I eropgenerally; lias: Lrl'n CII: > little understoodas << l '
all the new :States: : ami. Territories.: I In the it oUilit' to lie done in cvciy !"i ; ;, i to warrant any elVoit develop' its: u- I i : : : 1 I .
Wet! those: !sixteenth sections have proved iiiipnsvililc: to eniiiiiitiiiie.ite, by 'neii'is; ': III'I "sources that m.iy: )b'o jMis! !.ihlo under,' the new [ ILI1iij i jru: _tS1 (r_OATH__! i I l imtu."ltl I j"'UII' : :j cE'i31 I r
:* ink mid' 1 is tn }hr{ U-ft I ciimlitions ,, ," *> #! !
very valuable; and liavchnilt ii|,very lane I jirinter'- : mostly to ( of American<< { growth and( \ pros\ .' *
school fiunl. In thls HI lll' it has not been judgment) and kill tit' the \ine-ilresser.! perity. The surest pro:>,pc t for profit' t on the
:Some:" few valuable hints( however may lie Florida orange crop will be found! I in the
j "valiiiitiK'(', hilt will in time forma very /given\ In this article. Melonthis, lot tar'' coniieitioii' of the trade with tian it by railway I .
it rt. handsome! : endowment for our 1"dIllOI'l() r I lhiMtshtt'thnt: ( spiing, is the most favorable (to all .parts, of the lountry. ill preference A J,, wmiTOI'K! : : ( OK) ITKNTITIIK: : : ALWAYS:: (ON H.\N1
j I time to trim, and preferable! I ttj, Tall; trimming, to the dilib'wilt navigation hthl' I 2-HMv! tI .
;>("',(ldll() acres: remain, undisposed: of' I lyingprincipally /\ ; sea: I
s .,.r IISH' hard inter bright free/.e out the verysheon' \ routes. This, j i-l: requisite, in order to" market(
| | in the least t settled counties. "' : I that have been left and I'XPI',1 .
( : that are tho fruit with the least po/ ibtedelay; which NURSERIES.
? The private land claim, us :slated! ,) in our to make the crop for the comingseason. : necessity has led to the use of steamships for, ARLINGTON ,

lust article, arc tract of land\ given, l I\ (the !< (fall the !shoots of lust, yt'nr are left t the Importation of foreign; oranges.: The

:Spanish: government, and\ recognized by thetreaty untrimincd through; the winter, and hard fresher! the fruit may, L(the better of course --
r freezes "IIOIIIll'\'I'1I kill a few oft 111111. there must be its: flavor. 'Hence we 3u-it i t that the
I :' of 14'19.!) The change: of government w.mlI1"lillltl' uMicient! number of "shoots: more largelv: the prodiution nnd marketing "UH.II.lIn" HKMI-TKOPHMI.: KKflT TKI'JIN.: : KOSI'.S.: I>1X'II: )-
:'t, did not take place until HIt: hut no land\, left in the "spring) to secure a f.tlllIll'r"I". of the Florida\ \ OI'alljI'lIIay be, t the better,
"ff grunts arc valid< I ,., suppose a stock has twelve! "shoots of last and the more extensive the measures!< for, insuring -
t Those grants! are the most! numerous year's .
growth. do
!simply to the arrival of the fruit in u fresh! condition --
l :' on the eastern' of Florida, and along take off the tops: of them, and then think i by means of rapid transit.! In other

f j. the river St. John's, and in Nassau county. thatsnutthingha. been done towards t thesecuring t words, the), larger the domestic, 'product, / ( the NiW.\M: ('HOll'I'tmTn: : >! Iln l lr.l Orange Trees", MADK( ) : !SPECIALTY.rnSend ( .
There urc very few in the Interior, the lurgW /\- /\ of a crop.'! Grape vines are as rasp\, better must he the quality of t the/ importedarticles.
berry vines.!< II'sot want trim .
successfully -I'fiibuMjthtii; AW/A American.ITAU I --
W$ 4- ,..t and best known being the Arredondo
t ( / \\ on the relll'wlIIIt'm, you must: cut
grunt in Aliiclniii) : county, which is twenty- ill.eight/ IIJIIII"II\'t'lill": !shoots'to( the lengthof I ,\x:' WiXEMKtxo..-This is the season!' ., for Descriptive, Catalogue.
four. miles square and contains 2ftM)0\!) ) ) acresof live eyes each, Such a stock will yield of the Vcndommia of tviu(-makiug/\, and AMU.KT I. InJ'I:I.I..
i m: twenty new shoots, which in a inodcratciv the air near all the habitations I is impregnated JACKSONVILLE: FLA.O. .
.I i land. This grunt has been surveyed! into good "l'IL"OIl. can bear live (times twenty 1 with the odor of the fermenting\ juice ofthe 1 tf --, -- .
il, :sections, and in in market like other private bunches of grnpes. If you trim in this manner ral'('. It 1 is: a busy: time with the pad ---
lands. your stocks will have too much retentive rune und the contudin'o\ ,, us the operations: oftt'iue it. M. .. :\IIISON: s. OAKES: ,

I. After! the transfer" of Florida to the United ussimmilativc: power to let the bunches -tnaklugadtnitofnndlay be /\ The grapes "A r ANrFACTriUNO FURNISIIlNnFIFTH :: / 10NTRArrOR AND HUILDER, '
rot when must in AND
just they ure about to change; into : gathered! haste! on a dry day
; '! State*, Congress: api>ointed a Hoard of Land red. "Summer trimming is more easily! explained. pressed! in the evening/\ that day ; then hrt

r 'u; (Commissioners" to examine and determine I forty-eight .hours to ferment, and: afterward tT 1\I) I'R T ,\ KEIt MlMTUTtKKSMOULDINGS : '
the of these land The The shoots which come out on new canes the juice IS drawn off into barrels. 'fhe
upon validity grants. ) ., URACKETS, SAVED\:) AND
beside the eve which is" to make next year's pressing of graitcs!' in the wine-vat I is done In I
commissioners" from time to time, made a crop) are called suckers, and t they ought to the ancient fashion, to which\ frequent nllu- ST., FKUXAXDINA, FLA. TURNED: ) LUSTERS: NEWELS, ,
b. report to Congress! with list" of grants recommended be pulled out, for they weaken the eye beside 4 sinus are made in the !sacred scriptures.' I feTAlit KA1W( !,SHEATHING.WEATHERHOARD WOOD EAVESTKOUGHS. : \::;-
by them for confirmation, which which they grow' and prevent the early went one evening tn see if A \large, low
of the suckerS room in the bouse of the r
maturing/ genuine shoots. The contadiim, with
j confirmed of to the '
were by act Congress INl1ANUFIAURINO
tire ulcers! of a cankerous growth. The three Immense wooden( rafters, was" lighted
I grantee Some of the larger claims were, bud is the eye; the leaf is the eyelid. In by a small oil lamp. Fifteen or twenty .

however, submitted to the adjudication of order to cause the new shoots to mature persons were gathered there, some to wllrkIUlIt ,
I the Territorial courts, and continued by de rapidly, it is a good plan to top' them in July others: to amuse: themselves: and the ... Stair and Church WorkA
or August. To .plow in a vineyard amounts dim light of the lamp scarcely served' to SPECIALTY.DOORS ; t
erCCof those courts. Appeals to the Supreme almost:! to barbarism.!\ You might as well reveal their faces, to each other. (July the
iVmrt' of the United .States were taken in )plow n wheat Held in the spring./ It is sufliciciit figures of the two youths! who were dancing 1 AND WINDOW FRAMES f

( ', many cases, and the cases decided there. to dig the vineyard over in the spring on the grapes in'the wine vat were clearly OF ALL SIZE:,! :l"
with u "spade or hoe, and then stir it ligldvt/\ ;
When confirmed they surveyed and seen.The Post! Office Box 174.
l' were
f. 1 I again in July or August. Xo grass should sat I is partitioned off about ,five feet METALLIC'( CASIWOOIEN! COFFINSAND jan4 Fernandina, Fin. .J-]
11 relocated by the H irveyor-(kneral of Florida be suffered to grow in vineyards. All vine 'square in u (corner of it 1 is: nn a pet ure which ; :.R
t in connection with the public ,surveys" dressers ugree in this: that new canes, after permits the juice to escape into a kind of :: : A. II. XOYKS, x\;
n of that trimming in the spring! ought to be a well dug/ in the earth, und capable of holding
and numbered the
on plats public surveys PLATED
fastened to / them from twelve barrels When the basket contuining t
: by numbers higher than section thirty. swinging about and Inuring the crop. the ,jjrapcs gathered during/\ the day THIMMlNiJS i f ROCER: AND] SHIP CHANDLER: (, :,;:M
',t: i six. If lying in more than one section, the "'c use the twigs of the swamp willow for ure ('1II1"it'tlmtn the vat, two strong! youths, '
f \J; part lying in such section! has a separate section fastening piiriK:ses. It behtg.of vegetable with their I legs bare to the knees.anda tJm.... ;-CONSTANTLY' ON IiAND.1 -yt : DEALER IN 1
substance: serves better than the cominoiilv-: : pronged, long-handled/\ : rake in their bunds\ \ :
I number. These irregular/\ plats of SpanNh -. used leather straps: old neckties, J shoestrings to keep them\ fromslipping" begin to press 4 .aro\'lfdcuu", Llquora. Etc.STHKI7TY }:;
'"' grants are seen On the maps of the public : and so-forth.! Custom I is a tyrant, them with their feet. This'booomes: u continuous JI'Hlil'l'I1I..1I'el and dresswl) and preserved 1

*i 1 surveys. and custom bus tyrannized( vinc-dresscrs! into dance backward und forward i first\: until burial, with or without the me! of Ice.Remains ..,1
The title of such as are confirmed\ are perfectly driving! In the 1"lIittlJU'Ct!' bl':'>idc the".stocks! on fh4\ full, (luscious bunches that give out .lacer FOR IJ. F. A VERY; & CO.'S PI.OUS. :"
l 1 t whereas! the fight and most I'rlllituhle"IlY streams of roil juice and\ then on the exhumed UI\lll'h'l'I'.ll11l' '1!<(!4 for h:"S
l ;: t good if the chaim of title from timer i is to drive them in between the stocks to skins: until all the precious 'fluid iscxtructcd. removal. ;'/"'

I :,,\\ .!r grantee is ,established.rfads. of course: keep' them free from shade, and counett This! Lists from early: evening until midnight} Telegraphic( order\: promptly attended to. <'ay.CENTRE : .
\ should WI'-):".be a mutter ofinvestlgution.It !; them with laths mat run both along the row and it seems impossible that human beings: :Si-SIIl: STREET, :
be remembered that and ucrosHy)!' ; and\il"\\1 t.cdlo tho ends:' : of the van bear so'much fatigue; especially!' us the -- -
ii; !; should, however,' fumes of the wine affects the bead. PJ.'j'j
new shoots! after trimming. To put mauurearogsd ( : .1= IIKOTIIIJC, 52tf FEUXAXDIXA, :1
;J owing to Inaccuracy of descriptions or want the stock in the ground would be The same labor 1 is: continued for several __ .
"" of actual ) : Lion of these! private rather The best in
suryeysj ) injurious place which e'eninhut.witlllllt1l.r..nt/ IlltJH'l'WlI'n\: ''..II'I."O I), Jr..
grants ,lap onto each other The priorityof to put it is: a trench about one-haif foot deep the well into which the juice runs: from the! T KRNANDINA, FLORIDA{ :,
,Ii" the and then determine precedence. between the rows! Any sort, of stableman vat }begins; to fill up, the contudini dip up I : : 4'
I grunt' survey : ure, rotten wood and leaves from the the wine into low barrels with long-handled fl EXE15AL 1.I"Jh.I.1..nI ,
I: 'II woods! uxhcs or tobmcc: ) stalks will answer copper juins. The barrels: ore then lifted, ;\ l'.U7l'RY.R4$! AND DK,\I.ERIS .
The !sources of information, relative\ to the purpose ; the latter even better than the one by one in primitive fashion in a trestle, HOOK, ELLlm, STATIOXEH, .i,.,
private land claims will be found in American former owing to the preponderance of |t- and carritrluway to the mostu! where thejuice ,2
$ l ash contained I in the manure. The trenches 4 remains' forty-eight hours to ferment, Hto1I."terN and Ranges, Denier in Fancy Article,
Suite' papers.! Title Public I..unds, Vols; if made in the full or spring should be. left or longer, it' the wine: is to he made four.-
I' .I :3, 4 and 6,( and from tho United States t'I"r'c'orUene'ral' open, uncovered during the rainy tlC11.loIlInl."I Clr.1:10 Yorkto/. CENTRE :STREET:: FERVAXDIXA, FLA.

\ office of {Florida, now located soon as the hot weather sets in they oughtto TIN AND SHEET IRONSARE:, -
be covered. In working the vineyard IT was so long ago us 18.11, (that nitrate of ,
and the records the United Shelf Picture Frames Drackets
at Tallahassee; PUJXTS, ,
thus, a kind of moist mound\ is formed which siwla began to attract uttt'ntlllll"lIu fertilizingagent /\
f of the clerk of I':imps, Croquet{ :Sots: ( Hand (;Masses) Combs): ,
States courts in possession serves MIA sort of bank for the roots to draw and a cargo/\ introduced into England/\ ROOFING AND GUTTEKIXG.: llruslies 5
United States District and Circuit Court at on during the hot season! and gives the at that flute fetched $175 per ton, since which etc.Machine Pajicteries l'(1Oil\in great variety.Also ,
stocks all the benefit that can be derived, !time its use has been rapidly increasing. Its Sewing etc
Jacksonville. even from scarce and' moderate falls of nL luc. iroductlon Is almost exclusively confined tothe Clipper.'| Inkstands, 75 cents.

During the quarter year beginning January In peaking about cuttings I ought to have province Tarapnca in Peru, and in the Just rt'CcI\'l'tl-u large consignment, of -- '
1. INN), and ending March :31, there was mentioned that cuttings transplanted utter jminpas regions" running north and couth ,a.I'RIEND,
I entered at ,,tho United States land-office( at having been in the ground one year und about eighty miles, and about twelve miles Stoves The "COOK'S JEWEL": : I Is appropriately
I Gainesville, by cash entry, 2,::).'t) acre, of taken root will do better than. If moved when from the western shore. This" vast plain T) AKEIIS AND COXFECTIOXERS; ;:,
I which the greater portion was in Santa Rosa older. situated 3,000 feet above the level of the sea, uumcd-it is a jewel: We will not
\ and Ese autbia counties. In the U07 home is! at the foot of the Andes lIIt1nntu lIII. The t
stead entries made were 1,308.08 acres, timelarger FLORIDA 08wA. Philadelphia tourist district is a rainless one, and the suits exude l he undl'\\': t -being in the river and having recently published the opinionthat from the ground In \some places from seven
,, t southern proportion counties. There were eighty-five the orange culture in Florida was being to eight feet in depth. It is! frC41uenth' found 1 ly SECOND. ; ST., OPPOSITE. P. O. \ Cigars, and Tobaccos,
overdone a subsequent! careful observer -- -----
more -- --
entries made, containing8,8X5.78, chiefly quite pure, but when not ('
in Southern Florida ; and'' in commutations has gone over the same ground and ridicules lire extracted by dissolvingin water and ii. E. WOTTERER: : i TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES.:

preemption'declarations! etc., werecontained the Idea. Of course the profitablenessof evaporating to dryness either !by the heat of I, -
2000 Crc more making the he trade depends altogether ujioii the extent the ,sun or by fuel. The chief 'port from
) over
total amount of \land disposed of for the to which the stock can be marketed which the nitrate has to be embarked is ERXAXDIXA: FLOIUDA, I' Wedding, Entertainments: and Picnics,
the great and populous States of the northern Iquique, a distance of ten miles from the furnished ut the shortest notice, at rock-bot
quarter over.35,453: Atlantic seaboard, where the tlulU tiCorungl'll nitre-beds.! Formerly the nitrat11.1 conveyed DEALER IN tom prices, ut .
have to cometo against I ANGEL'S BAKERY:
I enormous upon the hacks of camels or mules l to ,
AaillCULTUUAL.TilB'CuLTUKE Importations! from the West Indies and Med Centre Street
the port which, together with the excuse Flue Family G roe e r Ie. ,
iterranean. Hence the orange culture in of made the total cost of Y Opp.l old !'. O. HuilJing. .t
f 0-; : : purification, production I .. ,__ __ Ij
TIIK GRAPE.) -A correspondent Florida stands upon much the J same haoiIlS: quite excessive. Since then a railway AND I !
of the Nashville Auttricun says : the sugar culture in Louisiana und the rice has been constructed and the nitrate is ; TRY -B3i
In writing this article I shall not HO much crop .(of l South Carolina. It may fairly be obtained at a more reasonable ex|>ense. It
I attempt to put forth any new theories about suit! that the remarkable enterprise displayedby needs: to be applied' to the land with care,
as to strive to say plain thing the import trade In foreign oranges dates and from forty to eighty |>onnds mixed with l'ltOYISIOS.'A W. LOIIMANN'S
\ plainly, so that whoever hay any\ vines to attend from the successful establishment of the orange twice the weight: of common salt is regarded .

to can fully understand the subject! and culture on a large scale In Florida. as! sufticient for an acre. Customers" : can rl'lUl'tln getting.. CHOICE'; +
actually derive some benefit froni it. If;you Since the latter has gone ahead with characteristic ; -FAMOUSFlour. '
ask me what kind of settings to plant out, Iran American enterprise, the importers: of SCALY l.tOIl-The: scurfy or scaly matter GOODS:;
\I \ tell you from experience that the Concord foreign oranges; have been J stimulated to use on time legs of fowls was carefully; examined as i Prepared .
one of the many tamed varieties of our lines of steamships instead of Milling vessels: microscopically by Dr.: Moxen( and! Mr. Te- I
native muscadine! has been cultivated with and' to sell their cargoes at auction order getmeier, who IL"t'l'rhllll't1 that it is! due to NOTHING HUT THE FINEST HltAXDS: ; ,
more success in Tennessee than the Delaware to market them us speedily us pos.-iMe. und the pr'tsrmt'.of minute aearns, or mite, !
Clinton, I Isabella, English: or Spanish to resort to extensive trade organisation for allied to the itch insect on the human sub : ONLY FIVE: CENTS PER POUND
graiw; and'uthl'f varieties. While the latter the purpose of developing an increasing demand ject. The remedy they prescribe i-s to soak arc kept in stack I .
1 yield but a problematic crop, the.Concord in for oranges in all the cities and townsof the legs in wane water so us to remove the _- -
this! latitude can be counted ''on to produce, the North and \\' ':'t accessible by railway. scurf without injury, und to apply sulphur ''
if not a full crop, at least something every Under the impulse thus given by jiowcrful ointment. But we have ('ul't'lllt by the free G. F. A.VERY, .i; 0-t( AT OLD I'. O. BUILDING
year. The Concord can stand' more cold capital and mercantile energy, the trade In use, of kerosene upon the legs.: The affected --
freezes than the others, owing to the perfect oranges has increased to an extent altogether birds should lie hei'arated from the others, i ': MILS. ANNE CLARKE,
I s maturity of the new shoots which they are unprecedented. It i is in this situation that a.s the disease is l'tJllhlgiO\\-J/I"I&l", XeicYorler. :
sure to'attain befonwlnter. If you plant the idea is presented of the Florida orange! I
i ai# out cuttings be careful to take canes of last culture being O'l'r.IIl'c\ are truly gratified who has charge of the IVEUY AND BOARDING STABLES. I; Tuum ST., nET CENTRE A .\LCIltCAnmAO& :'\, +
of the to rind that the cultivators! themselvesure !
year with a peach, of the growth year
Limoiia to the !
before and make but one of each shoot or under no such impression. Their market orange groves near belonging AND WAGONS FERXAXDIXA, FL.PKALEB .\., ,
this winter
h/l.llltt out 2WO
the and is an unlimited one lOt) long as they can Elgin I colony, I
in ground
cane; then put eves lemon trees and he they ureJrI''ln and from Steamers! and Trains. \
McKay says i
When .
leave but one eye above it. Cuttings that supply the fruit at low pdt'( they off He procured must tlf I IN THE 'r""
have not taken root should be Illantl't.loutenly raise to do that the sooner they diminislmtheir finely.Point \ Trip CONTRACTS FOR HAULIXG, ETC. I ;
in the spring in the latter part of February crops time letter It will be fur themselves the trees from ltinallis-7'usolsc. I( Choicest Fruits and Vegetables, r ,.
UHf FOR SALE ; j ..
nnd the .
or first! part of March. For one year public.It .
old vines that have taken root the latter was for a time regarded' as an even question STOCK breeding in California was'" commenced HORSES, lU'GGH-y, HARNESS. I CONFECTIONERIES;, ETc ,
part of March is early enough. It almost whether Florida or l'alitilrnilIhllul... in 170!) by Spanish! friars! at San CARTS AND WAGOXS.rOfHce I I.

I amounts to folly to put out vines without mtupph'time domestic! demand for oranges in Diego, who went there with aoo: << head of cattle : Bliss' Garden Seeds, Flowers, Farm andy j.-.
having the ground well prepared.' It 1 Is true the Atlantic Suites ; but Florida has completely ; ilk( slurp, and u few horses, and hogs. -it"'TtIDI8: CASI- ,
they will grow in spite of neglect:, but there distanced .California. The Florida Xow there are tilIO.lIIO> head of cattle in that and Stable-Fir -t Street, near Garden Implements.. 7 tfW. -
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will be tune and labor lost. The ground orange crop ii a regularly large: an'll'nltita" State and 8uOOiW, ,( heep. 1brtomStreetWharf. 49-tf I --
ought to be sulwoiled\ one foot and a half ble one, the cultivation has", l liecome immanent -- I K. llAUKMCillT, "
deep with spade or other farming Implement und the quality of the fruit I is eoiuidcred TilE Utica herald' says! that for five years JAMES JIcGIFFIX, AGENT, ,,
so that the rich l loose dirt comes to excellent.S'ith the characteristic l>or- past, the average; quantity of milk to the .
tinucitv the Southern guide, the movement ttound of cheese bus steadily increased in WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
the bottom and serves us a lasting! resourceto | I AXD BUILDER,
the almost omnipresent roots and rootlets for the cultivation of tropical fruits in that dairy district, and gives two reasons for CONTRACTOR AND) STOCK DEALER: .
of the vine. How far the sticks!! oughtto Florida has gone almost exclusively: : into! this", I it-tii>t, that a tinner cheese I U demanded, BUTCHER ANDHealer
be planted' apart on the bight; to one crop, from which practical... .otl.ln ha I and stfoonir\ that the practice of watering the Alachiu Street, between Second and Third, in Ice.TEXXESSEE .
intend depends up. Light arisen the remarkable success, while in .Culiforniii milk i is, increasing. '
which you require you to raise theiScWowSrw the movement which should have been FERXAXDIXA, FLA.Orders : : : 1-aa'\ SPECIALTY ",

feet lugh, while In strong; 'CIIH'l'ntruh'tlul'nn| orange" has g:umealsoIto I KEI-ORTS from the West! promise a'l"r)' and estimates from distance, carefully BROOM STREET WIURF, ..
the manufacture of raisins the cultivation bountiful i harvot! this year, and thereforeplenty .
wttll day the (same bight grapes,
Mil, that is, mixed of bu attended to. 25-tf 19-tf FERXAXDIXA. Jo'L.J .\.
would cause thegrai to rot. The stronger of figs I and olives, and other crops. It'lS.

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:11TI: 1'1:11'.. A itnmi>r>njci I"'Kitt! of the T.impa; rir.t.i-/i; the Stetttltur --i;; ; :. i1"'IhhitJl.1:(il'1' i i'I't11

---- ( New York that it i I. \' i Ity of I
.' !t tltltt Major1 ("nllm'th! nwir Tampi'hafully > : "There has l'II'\ 11'11 dtd'
ayj : : ft\yi "t:111'1rl'"l'
TIIIV.TV piinnd" I,1 W.ltl'rlll.11I11.1" shipper( I FI"rdi'l tate l('lurilll,1111| the, St. River.and : Uapti.' 3 Stuto( of (Uoontfn I
tested. theellei t'It trimming siptrdlg: (' bn>iue is in the city( the past \ear. "I The Senator '
Imsincjis. thi'ri'tk..
it it laze The attend
from' Tim iju AiuiMn.; In-t week.: / ot : a very mot at 1\II:11: :
j |I free : th,<>Mlefi iiutrilnined:: jiivw to doiihlt and JtI..i11.1( the full En"-hi..II the i I taint Wiw-oiisiu (Mr.I I Carpfiller) hH: is largo.Cnii .
I : very
TiniVfO1 renlark4 upon the nttlnher'dtiir ''t'| j i the ..iite of, the otluW.-: The( MiUel! hl .. "herd many stimer the river\ and the 1"1'1 I there. .
I ''y people on I the streets: Jacksonville.! : I \ bas 1'111.1 r. ('o15k1iulg-'lilt :Senator\ (1'1 Floridiassl.'u f vi.o hold keepers arts Indlticd; l "to
hut I road the
dry not ltm.'rinttI.t'l.t all : h".IIIII\ I
very erojm trII! ilh'J.j'lr : < ,a yi'I'\, 11.1..11 fir this: make tho lh'1: 'nblit'ntl51111lhintn "
TIIF. new city council of ..1tt.k..1I.i11I.l',11I1I : I I hiith) dry pine laml+. nessthan! in any former ,\.t':.. This i indi buiidiiif.. which 1.11..1'1' Senator from I hnwhll. writing ,

1 the new otliocrs except( inaoliaK: : Tin cauldron l N to he i'alcviit'sirhyoIhiiugsa; thate art exi'at'tmr \\1"11 f ( )Ir. 'I'arponter) has l been t there. .\1 Ohio gotiMemnu: 1\1 risenru'"
: political reported
( (that fait.: t 1 not ( rays (lIlt."I\ (Hint ho lH\ll
1,11 r.t'lll :0
.*, or moiv tIlo1 t t'\' has
: St. Hotel an.l the Florida 1111J'l'rtdt.t I tll'II'"llh'l' ot
'J.'I'm Augustine IItilillIlH.r\ amnii; tTie Marlon county\ 1'epuhlicaii" : 1'1 : \\itlmut! (that I should htvo: small( fur 'III n day I
House, lit :St.\ .Itlzu;: -tine, dusedon 1 the) :i.M!I..t.t, \ : The (Vala) '!:tSitnnrr says the county Iin by which} these imports! were \paid: for.probably think it very, titio-Mionahle;: hut if list Scnt-: t\0 1.1,111"
\ hotel, As I hear of failures; ofItu.sineas Wisconsin has been '1 : :"'I1':1': 1'rn r.< estimates thai (lit1 his-
THK: Dmmnott ttrovoon\ Indian River: produced t convention reftised 1I let Mr.[ !Dennis! address \ 1 tor 1,111 111'1'" ltl'Msilt811v ; '
( : :) men. it i is, fair; to conclude\ that thecountry i+ a+tla.,'fsr me t In say 1I1'lhlll.I. ,'I''I\-I'11I shipments Ol't' from that (pollfor ,
d this :-1'a"111:141.M'""iO orangesliirli( soldli'r : them and I the' nominations made had Jones, of Florida I ( I that
111. business above
condition.! 1t1'1':11"1 1 this : year last,
; :*1.IMHI.:: ) created jrreat di! ...atisfai tioti. The tiiket t i is In I : ti'iminated( contains, t\\o I white tnvii and ant the lists( (if (tax ".sitar :and .:<11'1':1.1-' : :- happened( to :-tlll't.1'111"1'tIII', .1'01 then homer ::11.1"1) i hnl. ; .it,!!"! Ih', in execs"
TII''uhl"'in! : AVim "uys Mr.[ Jones of I Daytona. : ecutions are" generallyory much less tlt.11 )I lr. ( I concur in the remark of i.isf jfar have already boon ""I'I'I'in"1 Theincrease \

( paid, Mr Pilackwrijrht of ll..lly Mill nero.? ill former )' And this fa\oraltlo Mate of elf the :-\'Htll'IItI'-' Flul'lo.Ilhut they tieoda lill""lal grr In,1111 stores.Ax : .

jdii.mxi; \ ) for \ming; nralll'l1'01': / AT a meetinjt; of the sttn-kholdi-rs! \ of the years. public\ buildinvr! ill.Ilk"111: il.very mudi. '
,' "alValrof honor" Phil
has *
things come to I piss: 11.11'1'1'llll'lli : "1'1'lrn.IIItlr
Florida Central Uailroad.: held at Jack.MJn- I I move, in line ', to !' ,\t the words
Tin: prtitioii of the, 1'I'IIlI101illn1"I.Itt'k.: \ : / : I "in of the statute of the- State ofFlorida. this we-tl. at which, after a week
till James M. (hiker ( 1 It:. Fo.iler.n.tirjioC. :\111I111111111, I pursuance 011IIhl
eor/e "
!sonville Railroad: : (Company was, referred tn FnStedMates 'I:11Ili"lln.1 preparation: one of (the
( Wilson, ll I:. M. l l/Kn: :;le. I H.I T.'Knjrle. : 'l'nlflloalagarrthet'Isestrirdi's The amendment was u '1'1..11.1. II
committee ordinances. and rules.THK his
on : J. T. Maya: lly UohSnson: : 1I'. (I'oreher. Court at Jaek III\'ilt II.) \\ s'yk : The, bill Woe l'I'"rl',1 to the Senate as (principals; nearly allot IWI H''UIIIlt\'l'l

: iron I is, already laid. mi twn and a (halt and C. l II.! .Id'I'IIII'I't' clecteil directors.K. .. VW.-t"nitd Mates: \':<. ('h 11:<. I'. 1'1'1 iIIi.i.l.tlol i11111'lui1'i1.llnh) : the / +! MS iu.\iK'( in paces .Ii"tllt. (his opponent) bdnu fiu! pnci-s

miler of! the :Month\ Florida\ Railroad: and' nloiii'iiotive \ "tllll'I:1 it'\elutt' lw.! : \er- committee the "hli.t'I'1 concurrod ill. in front of him( ) and tho other !shot at the
M.t h L'I'IIotlI'll": / : 1'11"1'11 President. nll.1 l I 1, .. The bill vvu.s .. for athiitY1 I I1.
$1111,1 ; ''' doitds. No cards.Wi .
u 'I'II'III'I' 01'.1'1..1 Amicably !
: is to Silver:\ > und \\t 111t.
running priijs: : 'dllt'11
Thomas: Baby, :Secretary' add TroaMinr. : tdtt'' \ lol.til'i"lllnl.r reading! 1'1.,1 tIl' third( time, ami was
(Vala. .Internal l.'cxenuo: ; : pa' -ed. notice: that; tho Savannah AVwvi eorrespondclit -
lllt glil
Ax ill'ort is being, ; made, to ha\o Hay !Mreet Tin': T.'impi t"rdifIhl" discovered\ tIll'tlim'r'nl'II'c''I,1 "1'1 Il'III'l' .ii.>I pciidcd."nited I Tho tltlo \\1' -intended .i as (tot-cad,h : ".\ .III! '" that Lieutenant: liatonun, \
( the Denioeiiitic, and 1 Hepuhiican \ :Sf.ites\ : vs Xathaniel hill to provide" for I the tv''etiallsit' llthll'bttiiding
11,1.1 the re\cnui'seryfrt: is at Atlanta, u.. the
ill Jacksonville blocks.on. :
: : pavedith granite
\parte! ; 'tic Milts: Tho srcaU'-t .!if.1i.'r"IIt'I.It.t"l'lI iiirtllut guilty.1')1la'i at .11.111 il '. Florida. I't
) iK'ighlurs d<> .not like ti> d II tiling byhah.s. Mates \s. 11. Siliwerin and .li.'j operator at that: pint t.i ,pu.h\.the"
Ihetwo parties i is the DvMuo- II. Mi a:. (1'\11. ih'.s) : !-!h'id. ili(1'athllre'l\ I .. f
: : I'nited $lltl'I I R.: U. I "\ Violationi.f 11'1 II1lnll"'II.,1.; not distinctly l'ercdvo -
I ,'rat'OlII'U u l>iiml t'nrHiirf'tl'.' itthe llcpuh-: \ Inter'ial! n'tIII11 l \.. On) mo!inn oi l.i!! on Monday: lift t in tlio 5-onate.t : : the connection of this branch1, : of'tlntywith

I'l' tii\u the fir-t: quarter of this: year overt 1 cans (nineteen twentieths: \vhnfn in the the ll"t'l.jdIt'IIC( ( ,' ln ,tnictiiur oi' \ e\ainiiiuti< bv.
: lilIt.I 11.\I'\II.t I tho ostensible: { otic of gttahlinjc ft.; titstsinugulmjr '
:;,11.1 t II HI a.-resf :-!tstthlan1.4ha1e1C'ii5111lut 1 ), the ( I.IM-S" ware disitiliryt' -
; I :Stuteni1'1 nojriin f are handed\ tom-ther. for .IIII'olt' Ih1"1' United; 1 States cni'.inocrs on ( 1 111111\,1 '

the :iainl\ ullirtsit"CsQluisst44tesNul: \ the brunch thu ,.:oodof. iho whole people.1' .In'.o"'rr./dt ,I J. F.,) npoirp.N\'tifolit\ ttul \(-. .> \.1.J., t'.. \\ M. 'I 1I!. cost, of imprnstenv'iits\ 1'1,1/\,111/ ( iliH-poii: Ihoiliauiioj along;; 01'1'01 *II .."
S.llil' ? It ( I ixi.ii: : u. Sc : commanding ate tPoiuti
oilic in Jiu-ksiinvillo. I "
I : c.IIII.I'
I !. .
tltat irgtusl ( 0. 01.11..1 that Rccci\er.s ilo pay the !) of 1 tII'I.L..1 I al.1 \\'il.L( fivers.
.. i'liml. : .bus i.sxiittd a frpiviul ordo.r. v'-xpros! ing
Tin: tax: asuosmr= of Co'tnuhiti county lias; THK: PalatkaAr: : './si\s (lit cnn+trnctii'i! 'll'II lc IcUTiial lmproiiieiit' On 1l.1ml.a',1ht'.h'Ul. Mr. 1tth\'! Anbama |
I :/!.' taxed ousts.Ordered s bin faith in tho ituUit completed, 1 his ." poeiul iisscs.simMit! t to the 1 introduced\ bill in the Senate 11.1.11
( pay of( a to that place is 1: now regarded asa \that the Uiiceiers JttpItiTRoeii4 a pro-
iiiid thanking its tar their m.mlvbeuriiu
t j jiid-'moiita; obtained I uMiitst the county intin 'I tlu-t. ,and i nnticipates i larsie incrcdso in the tilt 1111 Idl.t by III 0.,1': .. ..I. \iding that I the\ Pi\-idetit nl'( tip! :.1,11.,1.11 1\\1111.1' I
I'niiod States Court.Mi :' '. t' n.";ii-e thai the tlio'SenaU. and \ It'n: under tho grievance| \\III;; ItI.II111'1'
: hu"';Miess: of the City The road:. i is to tninnien'ceat ..' -lld:!) .ll1 1' !'llli to / Jlotise \ (pas: '
I ; "iyl: 1 amin-i iovernor I :' \ for tix't'pas.s till seniblt-d;, ;couid the ; fir 1'I't.lshrlltillnt "" whidi, flithave recently,tl tlill.,1: \
:. 111.t.rittt... fnun Washington tlm! that |>"int! and, Mie iron t to Ite l.iidas (to votes 1
[ .. "t. >. "iV'i1 the (list Mon in regard. tn the ( of maltreatment:
lit- tubs! : :sl'CUrrll' a 1 favorable) report 1'1'.1111111' : i il( "jfoc.s on. 'The ItfMli. 1'\IIIII.IIl'O': it will 1".11..110.nll.: : [ (hint in ili'inn" NO he' wns: Vice- Piesde'nt.,: ; ;all, ( packages: pui'in'irlin; ';:: tc: Wbiltakcr, I"l' colored.111'1'uidi't.. ': sit'I I

committee i'cCom mending iin& appropriationof jiive employiuent\ tumie hundred lnei wlm stiaining i point iu fasor of I thy .1 li i.ln'I'I' euutniil'elertnrill votc.s.MT. '

>: \.om for(, Vohisi.i liar) ;. with their families! : will wlllh't' hundred, tn meiit. I 'IX. of Xow Vork, moved to.siHpemlthe ( Ox Wednesday; evening \while( Madison r 4 1 1S5lutallIrden

TIM: mail contract tiara; Jacksonville( to the population.THK : Tin': Pciiseol.v! ( dn-.fttf; gives the followingdescription I t rules and pass the bill providing; for nworld's ( :'w\'o\k.\liolk: 1 will OUT

of curious found fair in Xew; : In HlsJ;: \vVhfcli,, MHt people, the front of t the building J ga\e
,, :MiccosukiccommerTts \ a
from IIICIIa 111'11' \
F.ntcrprisc! has I wen awarded: to \t Ir. F. DcI'.arry. / / '' correspondent t 1'
in that: city. During the : : ureiilati'sll on motion( of ISavard. WI..l'.II'III'I"\: ; : \ ;. \lr. falling; out ward, n 'l':: 1 of (tl ttull'Ilw: '
letter I'
: The time allowed l is twenty-three .in an open' published I'nrlr'I"li"h
.. Tho[ : ',, : of Uityfc :-' + >> \it
hours, !and I to, he run'laily. the Sun mill 1'rin/t 01' Mr. J. 11. Sherman: : tn aMr. FII'rhl,11 :) 111111'r"l l lllJII'III'lutLI

Tin mail 1'11'1\1'1 the (Oddavvaha) has :\ James t'. 11'hers-"says: Sherman's ins \\ere e.stablislieil amon (the 1lIlial' by the- ( ,!I lIa\11 1.1'1 Il KI't' 1 passci1the Ilil. l+ascertained this writing, but three

: Iluem-e to iioihiuir cund( that. I the : niissionarht! : and chapils, were ( House on the I b'lth in:>t t.In : \ ,' tlk"ll1lt t'I'.1uutht ruins ..11'11111.1t
amounts ,
boon to II. I,. (Hart for, the next four t '
given' open! letter was: intended! tti make the w.'itvr' built at (the Imlian towns. Tll. medal was (the Senate on the -JIM, >Irl: Jones oi' \ ('II 0""( dllt badly wounded.THK .\ .
that after
lithe mail
t )completion't'ar'r of the Peninsular Ivillgu : I load.llox. way.I. a]>pear abroad: 'I .1,. It *hi g potato,' but II,', i"I !probably I typical modal, prepared;\ for; (the 1.'IIII. frll the I'IIIIilh'11': ; ( '\ I'lnlir Ir'l' of iron, which a hhort while

: small |Hitato in the estimation( Leon county Indians to be hung around the neck of converts .\ : reported favorably on the House bill since WI:1 rapidly( advanci> lieems! to be

[ : 1'. 1'. ]Itiiiorin letter to the f 1:11111laritiyly Republicans.! : '1'11 curious can: see-il' they ask Us making an Illrllrlltlll for the \'rC.tII1 almost us! rapidly: on the decline. I was

declines to permit hi-!! name: to ho THK: tainesvllle munciial! ] election result: to show it to (tht'III-11 anti<|uc medal temporarily a naval wllr! \\"t. 1'111't'.I.1 forced up at 1 I time wht'l consumers had

et Mihmittod to the !Democratic) Convention 01'thl' !in our possession.: : : It was recently calender.In largely themselves' at the exceedingly

,' Second: I% 1 District: as: a candidate for Con ed in the MICCC.SS of the Fusion or t'itirens'ticket found John' Urosnaham in that old I the I)111.,.. Mr.I Reagan, of Texas 11"1',1, I II\111\li'll rlloIII.1: at tilt ullvunrtrl'irhv''
headed,! hy Mr. S. J. llumctt, the \present :
gress.THK. 1':111"h'jrllllat: ('lu1! Pointhich is his. an amendment to the bill, \'II'"lrllI'I r.! (foreign iron was sold, In our markets'
lIIa'or.1' .should j\ltlt.; that a very I
: lirrczc says! (Seneral 11. $. Littlelield, good city government hail been elected.The raridenctuulhit'! : home lt his orange grove cultural interests, directing. the 1111111".1"11', lower figure) tlian that demanded: h\' '011'I

formerly presiilent of the Florida Viitrul candidate opposing: )I IJ'. Iturnett was The inscription i is nearly oblitcrak-d by curs er to 11I'111'l'1'I In (the ellect on agrloulturainterests 1111 Ifll Ir.l. 'I'hu4Ilit' profits have largely

? Railroad: I is now president: of a successful< 11 Ir. 11': C. ))rake: Mr. Imrnett: i is: a Democrat ) 1'0,11, the letters. ('ViriV'; only being dt't'ilh of an nIIII.1} I revenue (tUI'IIt thus I far, gone into British. pockets.TIIK ,

und ntL'u .. in relief'aresulllcieiitly in of the Thi-. '
flourishing: gold mining company The figures being high place I'rl''Ilrif.
l'rll number
and )Ir. !Pl'llk1.1 a Republican. Thecouncil IrI'lIt II' immigrants at
h'i1l'! : plain to show on one lill' a man was replied I tl I) Kelly of Pennsylvania I United this Irrh'llIl
are di\'idee! between the' two partie.s.TlIK year, It c tlat.1I 1
l .\ a oiMi'vxv: lun IHVII organized\ (to'put up a friutli t'lnr'nlii( Juiifiinl the t with :stall'In one band and ,('rl\in the other defending I protective( t a rill'. The $11jl'l.t1 the Secretary 111''lol't4 lt' the New York Hoard' ofF.mlnratlon
rays' pastMtas.HI
telegraph line from Al>opka City Tin /ell- and above him with aureola \\' be brought" ; agalu.TIItI,1'II.IN .
; has been t the most: prolilie 01'"ool I jlttal ) \ : will exceed. 1 4.N.III.) ) wlit.1 will
\\ocMlto lake KustJs.: This \\'t.llli.1' above thl'1111 ; on other side a maulinu'ulnrhounsl
be (thu influx known in the historyof
for Orangce county that I ,.1 II! ever experienced. It IV till VOVNTKY.KlL'dAMJK hlrJt."t
the enterprise and intelligence of our new Railroads have), been begun; hotels : to a tree. .Apparently: the : :, V\A.t lA$H.I I I.I I. the country .\ (large number uniong

interior towns.THK built hundreds, of settlers came in, liW' lilrt' represent u l'IIg-11 11,11( Captive I am now planting cane, Ill )hope to get these: are artisans and skilled workmen, whowill 4
; Knight.; The medal Is I oho 111,1 quarter through; Mann Cane on this isplendid
I : rlv'r'I 'III'I
t- hlrh.h.I'4;; are clearing up for the mills established mechanics have recciuilemployment without doubt, immediately find (
inch wide the materialcuplt'r I some .Dingle canes) reportei
fetches I long by an I crop
season, and the visitors are leaving;; rapidly \ and, all have, been kept busy ami it is "eyli"extending making a iiiirt| : lt' yrup. Our country (I" ployment, in their several I branches, as the
from the Florida winter resorts: It is estimated ami all been benetitel. The Journal itself: .rlltll'tlllh Hcllling up and Irll'rl\.ll all along Oli 1'\'lnll"f business has 1'111"1(the demand, I

that l.iMH: ,( ) persons: have vi.sitcd\ St.; has and, contenteil I three-eights of an 111.h 11'11 the Indian River. TIl WI."IIIII'/ rings out as \l'l) as! the payment: II' profitable prices
a very I prosperous' ) 1111lN'arsince \ -
top for !suspending it. is of 11.1"lht111111'lir. the death to the Purastto t bo tares d]
Augustine this t1nter.1 I klt.1 1 for article of !
; in i1nisni with its .surroumlings.MOXTICKI.I.O 1IIIIIIilllIr,1 11II"t'l'ry
I '
) and perhaps '111"I' 011' readersof iltl Irllilrlll. rln'II'll lllli'II"i.IIv .
LJCTHilllUTO: :-; tea party was : : llnHnHliiUnii "If the Aucilla ,1 'winter (': (' .al ) description.TIIK
1II1Iilllth. acquirements can 1.1'Itf\: fingers, and( should it : (then'
celebrated at Tallahassee in the tiMiat elegant Cincinnati 1'tltllU111'111 ( ro: !
and Wacissa Canal is made a MICCCSS. it n illlrtflurn'e period I by t the 111 of the Captive i Ijh t tnll.1 will boa I grand ('rlII' i lll.h oranges, parsedtwo ) 1'

f style which the ladies of the capital the planting: ; of hundritU. of orange naked, but glorified. l'i'rilll-tl'l; uswhen I'IIIIII:4. 1'"I-j. dtrlll. piava Ir., lill'II'I', ba days, in ('llrlc''III. left t 11'r on Monday

know so well how to carry out. It !seems to groves' in the southern portion of thiscounty. medals "Irl.i., and 1w l 1\' 11111. )1'11'1'1. etc TIH'I'I.I'4'1' i'"nlltt.II last for :-'I\lllh. They were met bydelegatiins

have l>eon a very enjoyahle atl'ajr.THE ; It I is well \protected by, a range: ) of hum '"IWI_ W\'r' \'(';this.:' winter.kiting Tomatoes/rll"t'lllilr/ Ilurkl.t beginning 111 ;; trul' the latter city und escorted

Like City; JltjHu-lerw*; gfaftely; 41 hills, four mil.-s\ xniith of \\'ullkl'l'IIUIl.fwlII to 1'1 by the 10th of I'.hrulrywil from Wlillwll. on thu I.iyun11uland

day passes: without !seeing;; wagons:; from othercounties lIol'lh1'1I11I,1+, and fanned: )' genial breezes VOXtiHLSSHiXA. rl\I'"I1w.IIII\ ; 11'1 t. (''nrlcIOtol Railroad, to the city .\I is I

gbhigbnt 1 loadoilVHh !sifpplfeJ purchased from the (iulf.. It i is peculiarly adapted 1 ( uurc0u)1try has I(great (future he- generally Hut case with our Savannah 1
I'V'IC 1111T! J.\l'"u\I.U: it. In the of vl'gt'tatlt'sflr0rtIltrn t
in Lake City. The enterprise of u to the groutb of the orange, und lands ill On lull"l of Senator Jones the bill for f"I'markets, as slN11 way, as. we good cheaptnuuportation. t'rl'II1>l jllt'll. were 1II'Jt..conliui-,

few merchants has attracted\ an. !immense. : that sect ion will NM>H lie in 111'11I.1.1'1'1. thu erection urn lulltl.llitl at Jacksonville $ J havu l\\lll'l lUll the ly received I l"t hospitably treated. Consisting

trade.. .I'T j vided. of course! the canal enterprise suef was called and, the following.;; railroad to be built ''from'.rncy to Ttusville !- ;;, us this party (\11 of /buslnos: Il'l.
T up IItl'l so often nod it is not built yet ; but with dear heads and
TIIK csiso i if,thy V/iiwlStutcj. : airainst,: : DrewX ('I'' '1I":: .. i.\ tf ? t'Hik place! as rc]>ortcd in the C,n< ( **;ilJtenifil. there I is bojut now, a* 1 uiidii>fand' all the "lh'l'prl.'IIJC'lr\, we
have doubt their
I5uekifortrespa.+suiMii government lanils., THK Palatka Ihfnld has, reached I Us Mr. ('u iklfug; doe not )'eent'ver 11'111. eugineaiid rolling stis'k arepurchaseilaixl no tl (',

which has lain for several )'l'ltNlIII the courts, eleventh anniversary. }Faithfully devoted. to have hl'l\rlluf) our ulster city liefore : ono hllilrt'll II'Ult work so tlutt} will i f \prove mutually udvutitux <'\I' and that

was ordered trim at this term at Jacksonville. to the irtterests of its ccction und enmity it Mr. of to ask boa \'nllI.H'" ; then the ))!>i> must tV"h'r through ('UUII'.tll will
1\111 exert get us cheap freights
North. he I .
J'IIrhlaII.h i.'II'lr to
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hy Judge .ttll''nt': the request of the deserves, well +>f the peojile of Putiutm county. to 1,11) up : 111" "i : :;l::. This w\ to develop this country IICII''lr profit hflh '.Inn. '
,1'fl'IIIoIllt.'i,v ...., In the changeiible: and generally unsuccessful The Presiding OitU-or-Is there objection > .\ 'fYIIIIU: ( t ix }llMat ul.-, most

THK Hniiliuitl 7Vir has a coiiimiiiiic.itionfrom ex|tcricnce of the iiewiitij| er pn-fjit to tcniMirurily| laving aside this Uenevaaward l'htrtart'agrcit.. IIIIY.t"ilr" and "|M.rts- terrific wind storm paused over |INlrlu'n:of
for; the '" ] considering; 111'1 here t.l. ( ; til l.h.l" are Missouri last town of
i t' {v J. D.I llraiu-h saying he! hud gotten rid I sjK-aks well for the jiroprietor and the coinmunity ( .11, by. til"fl':411:-1'lwt.r from Flor We have I very dry wilter and the Sunday) night. 'fl !

i 4 of the insects mi the orange;; trees liy digging; which has Mi-taiiied a IIM-U! papi-r tl 1.IIIIIlt.tll'tl most lovely weutllr. until about I vviiekago. Man"llcld was almost entirely llotruYl'l. )

around the trunk to u depth of a foot for for HO many year. Palatka und i'utnam ida'Mr.. ('.N'krcll-In't I be reported for; inforin :; We had' | 1.1 ruin-the (tir>t for I only" fJrt"'l'l buildings; relalll11 standing.
.ition. three .. The makes our cloud described 'black and
) within that lrol'll 'fIl as being very
three or four feet around, und I tilling the county progress
; up will htrcil N warm-
hole with ,,"up *ud* time und we hojx the i1,.,-slltt will\ share in Tlc l. Presiding' Olt'l'r-'III\ ut grow night very There liloet how will 1..11 large iiiiantlties. of 1 funnel ..huHil| lined with white, moved '

the general pn>si>erity of its siition.THK The Chief Clerk mid( the I I (oil. Xo. 2Wto > 11\11'1.1(,* planted I this year. '1 hi* (fruit ran with wonderful velocity II truyhll and ,
(trs: ,. V. P.KXKT chief of ordnance, T. :S. I'ru\lol for the : i suitable site, Iw,l I h\.f.'to perfection( The plants are blowing away everything in It I path fora

t %., i b. on u visit! to his relatives ut 1'alatka. Marion County Republican: Convention an tlC erection t(r.lrdtll..r public building now putting on fruit und will bu uti early width of ubout half a mile. Trees'w'rt twistN 1

icn.. II. i is native of St. \ulnl..tll1l', and a has nominated, 1 II. \\'. Chandler for II the city of Jacksonville, Flori.I.; and I crop. ( | off cuttle und uiiimuN of all kind[ were
1'II"oftJll'' late I'etvr 111'II.t. Fxj.: one of the State :Senator and \\'. .\. Wilkinson und "XV.J. there (wing no objection, the $t'uate,114 incommittee |\I'akill'iibout trulslsuirtutio11-three| is 1 ; f
of the whole, proceeded to its 1 t''irtvpitllists> to put "learn curried great distances through the uir.Mansfield .
Ut known and most highly; resjurtttl: citizens Mdlruth; for the The same consideration.The r I\ll.tI.II"'I'IIII) rrltl Indian River to:-". An- u place of tight hundred Inhabitants

of the undent dt\,'. three gentlemen also iHriipy three of the 1 /11 was reported from (Committee ,'1 t nine slats as delegates to the !State Convention. : on lluildings and iSroimds., with an I : Jn'r.; tlll bv rutting \canal rlll'h.'u
Tilt mem1x.Ts of the (;allll'4\'iI11' bar havepresented ; of the wind with the crash' of falling
> I amendment to strike out all after the ,'lat.t.II IlIi,', tl\e an inland route nearly three roaring;
\ Judge; Vunii with u very complimentary Evidently: the machine is in working! ; :;: 111"11111 I lieu t thereof to insert : 111.111"1/111\ and I 1f h il route waso|>eiie.l buildings and picr'hngshrlekluf tit ma i mo I

expression of their appreciation ofIhe condition in that ("..11111'fIll' Itnnurr My til: \' of the Treasury IH-. und I : pi IN'ggIuJ; for freightsfrom or I 1'1 I jieopli- represented us"'IIIj.
)Ir. teacher; from who 1 I ilin-tcil 1 this coast. I think It would I I great trri
Chandler is a Maine he is hereby, ant I u rlitri and .i purchase h1 number of ( )
uniform and Tlut
courtesy, nrkmity ability would tli.1 "ln,1
ut sale I by lityrshuentaniI paytvt'ilfsrinavery'setts
private or
has I been in the alwuit three ,
with which he lias. prt..l.h'tIIl\'l'r the :spring county years. in of the statute til' years large iiiantlic| "of fri. sugar, cull at this time !in this place* i I.< Hovcnty-dglit,?,ht ; i

term of their Orfuit hippcd' ) this route, many are still missing, and I eighty-live( J

I I of Marion to discard their State Senator of Jacksonville, 11"1'1,11. IUI l to cause 1 to IIPemted iive/; us Mich II route w this, and cheap' Wounded receiving in an im-
Tnr grand jury of .1lathnalluutylwvetlruusucndtvl Rev. )Ir. I lung; colored, who hts longrepresented 1 1 thereon 1 brick or toni freights, and we would( WMHI have the grandest ut'Itul i
old school-hoiisp.
in their general pro-cntmcnt .I \ Ills und runin the State building, with 1 tire-prsis.( vault extending |' country 1.1 the earth.MygrajK' Ilrlvl".llu"lIIII.) un
party t>t each ai't'iII1t115MlrtiOll I I vine, or tunings, which I ro- ) ".t'I" to have |lNtd41'1I l through
the"i"-ue: : of county lM)!ndto: fund the in- p legislature. of the 1'nllo.l States District and Circuit \i icivcd fro an 1 California aU.ut year ao; didiphndidly. |Mrtlonsof IllinoU and | of Wisconsin! .

.Jt l -he I or : | I'l.t 111) ( its und
Ih\TI HI.I.JL.U.-I loing along ,
of our {Htijtlu M-cni to I IH ul togethervere I in that city, at a1ISt t not >exciHilingindudii'ig I und made an Immense amount of r.III.. great Clllll11; 'rut.l
yt '* tll is:+uinoINIIIII" to fund existing i l'da", .\1'1'1 U.-Itt. It\: '. .\. D. Pellicer. i rh'*',(NN> i-ost of "li.. whi" sill' ,, lnlyt ,.t tlwl out, and oiiii !save JrlWII 14[ (thu 11&.r. wu liuve ever known intids
liisi) <>p of :San .\11'li. died I at} i I hull I launch ato ul'llr,1 an ""CI ipae fu. I )'nmc.tx inciu-4 leJrlwI": .4 far ( ,"ullr '. )Many, ulmo incriilible, ntories >
.1..1,1.. o'clock this tleath l I and date. Febriiiirv. 7th. 1$4t.* I have M-CH no
1\1111 His wu ('lu".1I tween aI ImltllJ 1"111ullilort'ti are related, (hildryn having\ 11'1 curriedror
Tilt Hepuhlii-uns of the thirteenth ; any .. J thal forty si-;a'fstiran, lt JI''ra'.111(;.mi myIun
prtrinct carbuncle the
I by on pine 11,1 II miles I.i I the and till
I clalt'h-j. two or \f.11
i.f the foreign tln.t.
feet, und the um T'l."""! I iM bcrebv uis.| v.lrl.ti' 1111,11' ccapvlids
held a I1IIM-ting in Must: Jacksonville utteiide i; ISNhop I'dll'l'ra" l,.rn at :t. .\II I.tlll', proj.riatc'l. out of any-m-iiiey in the "- |IM1st 1 .' ,1 111a"I I'trl 11'14 nrvUing, wagons and) other movable arti-

s'1|proiiriatei I |, fur the 1 pur- u grow .i| the Pacific} "I"II. If tlc,' dt'14 ilfngthir(1ugls till air for long distances.
L l that slid not want Sen. I-cdwith J' .,.'/,.". in our mm on bullacu; '
they I t'lliro .tnlil' ut Spring Hill College, nearMobile. IMISCmvntioneil : Thl'l1 moiiiysliall I viIII' 6 I.1t "ll 'The dtlei und -OHMtry prompty -
t for .
He was cmlalJi..1 prie by Rev. relief attendants hut
sent ,
tiink! will
I 1t. until u valid I title to the land Car -ess iwi far, gnifting- CI ulll 11..lh..1
the dllli.f the llepulilieani of Duvalioiinty. IJNhop .portier, ut Mobile, .\11;;11.t IH, K'< i;; .. the Mite of Much building .hul! be ve+tt11| In ..It grafted 1 la I >t wlntcr.-OJrrlplmlflt offr'lllli'll hu 11.tiltill und .uirerin i* rkportetl us
I was. ,nse,'rute
Tilt Florida State Me>li<"al! :Society; liasloen : ut Mobile\ on the ,th .t I). The umendmcnt was a reol to. i U estimated tit orl'K
; Mr. dull Ip.rh'tll| | f ( thu tllt.U COIIKJ down for me with i I1I'Jllt .J-.U.IW .
in ""e....lull the ptt-t week at Jack,"- i I cenilic-r, (*.'. lli los< Nu terrible blow to i i I from the C'Ilklil-Ua.( 'oiiimitttv on Public. IJ'1 Ituildin; I triiariot! und Ilur>'t when 1 die?" a-ke<| I $ .,. .).

,ill>;>.. Ur. 1:. T. Daniel, 1'ro-idciit ; Dr. 1'or- i the )". in which .he w.ts all loved and E und C.uIL,? I II little l I"v of his Sunday Mhmil (tau lair. "I

ter, of Key \\' .'!t. Stvretary, and Dr. Fernandez't'JUs l hy Uith Catholic and noii-Catho- i I June of "'lorl.I.-\t... sirs I ; The little (, t. | hun U't Yt und we ureijrht
>lr. Ortikling 'IIU' "llakl.twih | .r
Tra+strer. Itr. C'. Drew, Jr.. read' a |Iw i lics. HU funeral will take Jll.l e.un Saturilay I 1 f tor how 11'lulr jK-opk'urthl are t Iurl iiutidputioii a* 'ltw'".,". : "And', ulad of It:, .\ rl.w' huve l bd1 iJT

Jar on epidemic tlLsca, and Dr. Ken worthy .1pri117, from the Cathe-lrul "here.-J/u- I I in Jaek rl'l",tloril, Florida many. CI.I., you think tw1 \ use ill on the fun with u big .II' alrllt.tadlJt'nt >

W I (.''Unaatulllg. I I btie llnjutrr. \ )Ir" June, of Fltrid4-asimc, nficfii thou.e. IIt .t und Iin in,_iimmer tills(. 1

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LOCAL) : REFLECTIONS.To ; Cucumber IOn I, htI. I f The: rcgettiblc CroJ'egctidhc ;: ,. j MAI. LORY'Si :; Winter SenxonGKOIKJIA. "' 1579, nutl 1".0."

Tuesday last: the Transit! Road brottgl; \ \ shipments have lairly cultnicncesl .
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it line fourteen Joa.l1of '
over ionic cur vegitables j I fri>ni the country along the line i fit'I'

Coi-rc''j>omlrntn.Cnrrffponitrnl and this: 1 is: but the ) ';gitlningus It our railroad to the. North. During the I TXLAXD STKAMIIOATC'OSIP'Y.:

y Hint "fOr,'", Imrhirf 'biifiiKHUh were, of the business.!' J : : Twenty-three. hut I' )past: week, nearly 13,000: crates have ('llIIl' II I .1
this rill/ Jt/W dimt to 1.oJUD.hnnon. .\ Only Direct Line to X*'{ Turk TIME: KlIEDVLE: :,
pajtcr drcd 1 packages\ were shipped, 1 by the ."'. John, forward, which for the opening week of till.

) Ftrnandina: ,_Flu.HnnlncHM l h'IIII1t'r alone, to be truii'ferrcd to the No soa-oii! hr oltiites a large and profitable yiolMore !, Tnl iinj' Kfftrt!; TII"0". "." M, It1J.

York steamer: at Charleston. Only to thin cure I is being taken in the selection IIlIcl .')
Office the* number, of hills of cucumbers; 111111 ) NO OCEAN( DANGERS)
He Awe cbtlilthrd, a Jhitinrrs Office( nt tilmt )lof \ packing than in former years, und Vi* Inn' W Sl'AS1'KN11S: (
tomato vine, mil spui'hes" \ : and br-m t tfnrnMi tllI doubt with ap'.I' .
I ; no inert-using: experience' elllt 7fl1w :
under /
) office the chitrfff nf Mr. II": 7How ,
: these! piles\ of crates! whhh now fon producers! will bo 1 enabled to 1'111thdr -
//., whouillrerriceardacrijtiwre; ndiertinfuiennut ,; ',, pn
u I the main business! : : of the raiinuid ds und !"tl' : ducts in thc : J ;: )
markets of the i In I -h d; T-
other fncon/> Me MIRROR, rind u-/ri tll. country Till EYE: STfAMKllS: : _1 I ... .... .... I
!' in Florida Year by'year this trade i:i.. perfect order. This business! is assuiiiinproportions rn" "
II'/!!" Brie the p"prr 011fIIlr. .- -- ,
bound to increase: and our land: along th of importance, us the crop of thseason !! WKSTKHN:: : TEXAS: _-
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4 MR. GKORUK R. FAIRIHXKS: left for NV line of the railroad and around Orange Lak will, it is estimated, be nearly or quit ('IToJ-' AVSTIN, -='::::-;'; 'fe. -- -.-

y York and Washington on the 21!'t. and all connecting means of trun:<]IM'rtutillll, double that of lust! ye-ur. The! frosts wide Tin HTBVMFIW

I, will be the most valuable) land: in the com destroyed so mnny of the crops North of otStato ('ITtIo' DALLASASTlIAMEll : I'CITOJ..' BR IDG ETON,"
;f t.-I; ;
rs TUB Presbytery ( $ ) I is i now I in try not evrn exccptingtheorangejirovcs.. } The must increase the demand for our:<, dipt. JollS FlT/l.KH\U: ,
s ;, !vision' : at Palatku. Dr. J i is $in attend ( 01'flil r.JWILl.}
dyers "
business will become '
and ,
buyers ,
systematiseand should .
: shippers procure J.oulllirlcl'!! for ] : :\.\ :'\.\ EVEtt'f1lW": "1)\\'ltI ( 1.HI '

mice. ._u___ __ __ : will take the produce from the grower lit their producK: DAY for NKW YORK ; and from NKW YORK, Captain, \\ ARM,

:Mix A. L. MELLKX: : .proprietor. of the EJ:; the |Hiint of shipment, making the hnsine!' Pier :20) East.!' Itiver, J EVERY: FJtIDAY lir After having undertone extensive! repairs
Catholic fats.'Flue Florida at 3 m.I '1..1RS:; OR DEI! in l''l'ryIt'l'artll1l'lIt
safe and reliable '. It I is hiHne i p. in Fl lhsr-(
a ftll( a <" are now
Hotel the I
moot during season! ,
: .past : ladies of the Catholic Church }hay I This! Line, having no transfers! to milk(' and will perform the
with his: wife for. the North on the o"t'nillg into which whole families can enter and li)Ie been Fair during nil the !' between Jacksonville: and New York, otter:<
holding <
u evening
and chit' : the best, and to Flor IXl1I1IW1"f1: ) : SERVICE: }( :
of the 23d.THK profitably employed, men, women cheapest\ transportation\ ONLY) :;
'k _. of this week at Hibernian Hall The attendance ida .
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dreti-requires but little capital and has n ; \
steam tug Anulf HW/, :sunk hvtwee-. hues .been large, and the intern will receive special care in hand! between Savannah and Florida, connectingut !
short season: and that ut u healthy season: of first-class Ste-uniMitm:; ,
with the :
to extinguish a lire on hoard, has heen raided unflagging. As the object, : for which tli ling. Savannah Yolk
the Unlike cotton it does not dm Co. fur New ,
year. Alll of the Oee-an
and we trust: will soon' again he doing; dot;;). money i is being raised: is'<< to build a new cull PASSKNOKli: ) ACCOMMODATIONS[ Philadelphia, Baltimore und Boston
from January to Peeemltcr,, but require'!! FIRST-CLASS.: : : also!'
in harbor. vent in this city, we trust! the receipts ma '
our )
sharp! work, nimble fingers, activity and energy The traveling public are olFerwl the advantages Steamers.
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be a. large or greater than the highest cipectutions ISO !tDfTii.David
MvRRtED, hy Hev.. Atkins! on the iNtl ; for a few weeks, and then conies re sand of a DIRKCT: LINEVITIIOU': ] ; ClailLeave "-
of the most interested worker. ANY CHAN( RS.; C'onnections; made at
of April, 18NO, at the residence' of the bride' enjoyment. In the more tender vegetjihies \. -- _- Jacksonville!' with all :steamboats: for nil Savannah..Monday A nl'rIIIIlIn,Th un--. -

father in Old Town, 1<'ln" Mr.11'.x.11. CYstiJNO such us beans and tomatoes, Florid The Steamer Dictator Sold. on the St. John's! Ocklawaba, am Fcrnandini'.Tucsduy day Afternoon.Evening: Friday

: to Miss MARY C. MARTIN. cannot bo competed with, and )probably ('I.'r. The steamer Dictator; formerly of the Indian Rivers, and with the Transit Railroad Arrive : Evening.: '

win )products will be exclusively grown i In; Charleston, Savannah: and Florida line, an, at Fe-rnandina fur all railruiul I'tUtiOIllin !! Ctgof Hridyiti=-

The Inland /Steamship' Company have die Florida, and certain others IlIlou1itll'lIorth which last! season was run us an eXt'uMionbout Florida. U-avo 1\'IIIIII ...Tuesday: Atternooti, Saturday -
continued! their steamers to Jacksonvilleotvirig I to Tybee. Beaufort and other placefruit !! Afternoon.
of us. this has been sold,und left Charles FREIOHT AND PASSENGER RATK Fcrnandina..1Vctlnesdayiorting
port : !
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to the hu incss not being reniuncra LOWER INDIRECT) : LINKS.Through }; .
Hotel. ton for New York, em Friday. She hu" TItAN Sunday Morning.( IC '
< live and henceforth this will be their tenni Kgmont been in these waters<< since IWW'<< and wasvery U ArriveJucksonrhlle.\Vyhnsduy: Noon.
I The Egmonf Hotel closed: on the 23d lust! popular bout. Under the commanded fM- Hut(-!' and Bills of l.utllllJ( Wcelneselay Evening.!
iml point Houth.WR ) Arrive Pulutku... ..... !
.--- It has been, during the past season: mode the late Captain L. M. Cowette and other:<, to all points.
t t t-Steuiners of this Line sail direct IronFERNANDINA nrnNOORT1I.: .
she had a remarkable career of success, having
notice in our Jacksonville' exchange!! the management of Messrs. A. Mellen:; &! to NASSAU N. P. undo
thousands of ulIIl ,
truIIIM'rt! | : passengers C'IIJf; BridijetOHLeave -
I I that about thirty-five of the Cincinnati inerchants' Co., gentlemen of large experience in hotel immense quantities of cotton, rice und gen. contract with the Bahamas Government, Palatku............:Thursday: Afternoon.
'( Y excursion party will go to that citj} keeping, having been engaged in that business !. end merchandise without stifle-ring a scrum!! und are the only steamers that! land! ut tin' Leave Jacksonville...........Thursday Night.

114, i from Savannah. "'e hope mime of then !In the Bermuda and the Bahamas. ThKgmont adcidcnt. She will hereafter be employe-' pier in Nassau.R. Leave Fernumlina..Sunday; 3.30: : ".11I., Friday.
tv/i/in/i \> ,,. W. OTIlWICK, 4gent, \( Saturday
in Northern waters.-&( "' Arrive f'U"IUlnnh.fnnllll1Orlllllg'; :; ,
will visit our city en route homeward. has earned) for itself: the reputation .'etn.' lIlinll Morning.Dinid \( .
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THK' cigar factories of Key West wen State, and in some rcs|>ects the best. Pott-Office Xotlce. Pier 20: East! River, New .York. I leave Fernandina..Tuesday Evening: Friday .
cto+ed' J lost week on account of trees another <' Having been especially planned) for i a Office 1Imf8-1'roUl 8:00: ) A. M4. to 7:00: ) r. M. - - --- Evening.Arrive : '

troubles.! Now I is the time for thus: e :;Money Orders und Registered Letters frotiOOA. .'I..CnrllANI) HAVANA Savannah.Vdncsday; : Night, Saturday !
exertion Southern climate, with all the advantages of > :( M. to 1:00 1'. :M.; und from 2.00: r. )1. Night i
here to push: forward with every the experience of others, it is i as.near porfoc to 3:30 p. si. :Sundays:; from 10:30:: to 11:30::; K\. "'/"EEKLY J.'AHTrAIl.. SERVICE.: NOTE.-On both trip\ : :South and North,
and build up this: prosperous! branch of tram in its arrangements as any hotel can be. AI M. and 3:30: to 4:30: p. M. the David Clark vyill call at all wn landing"

:i ufacturc in Fernundina.THK who have been its guests speak in the taw: t ARRIVAL AND DKPARTl'RK: OK THK' M .IU'. Fe-riminlina All trips terminating connect with and Transit starting Railroad from

term of its elegance and comfort Northern llnl-Arrives; daily at 10:30:: A. N.
steamer City of Austin, arrived from appreciative Clove .. 3:00( Express: : Train to and from Jacksonville: and
well the excellence of its cuisine: : p. M. there with Stcanu-rs to und from all /landings
as as "
Nassau on the 2"lHlll1st., and left the same Southern .Itl-Arrh'l'; 3'W::\ 1'. )1.
bu on the St. Johns: also to and from Gaines-
for the North. She had a full load ol ,Such a hotel not only dll'r'l'i1I'IMlrt: Closes: 10IHJ A. :\1.
t i day vine1'x1t1o. Cedar Key, etc. Tickets: are
; of other similui 'ft. Marifi, and Trader Hill; Mail; -
should lead to the building from
passengers: and quite quantity) of vegetables. sold through; to and all the above
tle1lclll1111I1 ut2:30p.
1 The Wenhru Tejcax which has! now hotels: in our city. Visitors: necessarily: an Closes Arrives Mondays"und Thursdays Fridays: ut 8.00::( A. .v M.. Performed by the new and e-legantly upjiointeil points, und when :Steamer: (City'lIf Bridge-ton
((1 much thrown each other for so } steamship: ADMIRAL ( sidewheel ), runs! through; l'l.tWl'1I:1I'lIl1l1l1h' :: and I'lIlat-
I t gone to that }ore will return direct to Now very upon .SV. Mart, (}a., oidifrives according to the t follow ing schedule: ku, 1 jitis-engers: also: have 1 the choice ot'lIill tit
I t York, not touching here.'re there are several' good hotelin A Mondays, Thursdays: ut 8.00: A. M. Ixiave Cedar hey on Tncsilay morning. I by rail between Fernandinu and Jacksonville. -
Tuesdays und Fridays ut 20::! ) P. M i I.'t'lln'lla1IIUIIIHat'iuM .
proximity to each other a )pleasant: hote (leave IIh'IIIII'rCit
--- -- -- -- (I'assengersfromSavututu;: by : .
i THE Savannah Morning AVuv comes to us society is formed, acquaintances: made, hops, \\ ut OiUO; .\. w I. ). of Bridge-ton Saturday 4 p.:ill. IxuvFernandina b For Stutc-Roums: Tickets! and all ... (>rparticulars

t this week enlarged to double i its former size concerts, excursions: are .planned, and Inure Closes: TnestlitysVylne511ttys"'rilll1Ulul. : Ssiturduys: : ,nt 2:30::; J'. M road train Monday Jacksonville!' morning 1 I by)Trim-it, Arrhe Rail ut Offices,;apply' to the following Agentsand ;

Tbii ho deservedly won a ('rt'tlltultll'M"II4itlon come and remain thai would be tin S.ML.1'. RIIUUCLL, P. M.MAttlXK. (.
ersons: ;
t paper )[ Key \Vest1'ethuesduy!' : IIIl1rnln.t.rrh.c; lit I Savannah: Gu.-Cor. Bull and Bryan: .,
) and constantly increasing circulation case were there but a single hotel. Fernanditiii .. ,- Havana \\ l'thll'lIIlnlIt'tl'rll.HIIi.. opposite I'uli-ki und Screven House*

and In !among the best of our /Southern has pleasant location the suit water Returning, leave:Havana TaUJ'IIIIa11.! Fernandina, Flu./ -At the Egmont: Hote
in )Leave West Friday morning. Arrive and Jim. L. Roumillat f
facilitics ;: Key to Cupt. Agent.Jacksonville
from winds
It is thu favorite from high good
palm paper but protected Pert of Fernandina.HIOH Cedar Key Saturday! morning; (And aiJacksonville I Fla.-Corner' Bay and Pine
outside the lines" In our State. for boating and fishing, is easy of uc and rnandina by Transit!' Sts.I: Dr. (L'Engle'M Drug) ; Store ; A. C. Lunphere -
t -- (cess and ought to lea very desirable ll1al'0for WATER. Railroad Saturday (,'..l'nill111111>\ at Savanna' ) Tit.htjtt'llt; A. I. HIIIIl'rforllgt'llt. : ,
'I h : :H...... 7:22: : A. M. 7:4': p. )I. Bridge-ton
THE number of assengcrs going North ) winter visitors. We learn that Mr.( :;Mel Saturday" April by steamer City of ; Monday( morning .\ .
/1 steamers has greatly decreased. } their Sunday, 25.,... Xll" X'i" ), thus forming the :shortest |H''I!':sible toCIIroute St t. Augustine! Fla.-On the Bay, R. F.
,. / our len will be connected with the United :State; !' Monday( :" 2(5: ( ..... 11:00": (eggTuesday : between the United States and Cuba Armstrong: Agent. ..
places arc being filled by cucumbers and Hotel at Saratoga this summer. :.7...... (0:50: 100":: 1'ulatkii, Fla.-Lilienthal Brothers! It! Co., .
vegetables for their and their friends consumption -- --.-- Wednesday\ 28.....10:41: 11:12Thursday : PASSAGE:: I HA TE. Age-tits.:

1 at home. We wish them not only Nassau Circuit Court. 2J!>.......11:37:: ...... ('ithiu. l.rr/lfllIII.. GUSTAVE LEVE.
Friday, 30...... 0:1 0" 0:38:: Savannah to Uuvulla.a $4.t .}(i) General Passenger Agent.
( j I ',1 speedy)' and pleasant vuyagc, but In the case Tin Circuit Court of Nassau county, Judge Fcrnundina to Havana..... 2IUH I ) :3$ (10 W. F. BARRY; ,

;! of the former(the passengers: not thccukesj) It. 1). Archibald presiding! met at the courthouse KNTEKKI Jakwnvilletillavanu..... 2000 :'ks5C General Agent, Savannah

I; a J happy return to tu. in this city on the 20th inst. The April 20th, So S. Wettern Texan, Iline-s, Ncv For stutenMimsund tickets apply) to LKV1t : : J. N. HARRIMAN, \,
have been tried : York. ALDEN'S: Tourist!' OtHce-s. n. Muna er. ,
following cases r to
TilE rains which we have bad during thepast Charles and Elinor: Lasscrc! rt. Frank Bennett April 22d, Str. St. John't Vogel, Charles Savannah: fla.-Comer Bull and Bryan p.1.
streets' II. A. CALLAN Agent. C'hurlewton, Navaiinuli A Florida
) few days have been of great benefit to tt (a/, argued on demurrer ; It. M.. ton.April 22d, Sch. Henry S. U'ilon'iI'on, i'ernundina-J.gmollt: Hotel. A. L. MEL:

l our vegetable growers and planters along the Smith & I). 31. Hammond ; demurrer sustained New York. LEN, Agent. STEAM PACKET COMPANT.WINTER ,.

I line of railroad between here and Cedar ; plaintiff i>erniitted to amend. April 22d, S. S. City of Auttin, Stevens A.Jacksonville C. LANPHERE-: Corner:, Agent.St. Bay. and Pine streets -SCHEDULE.' .".

I Key, but we need much more, and at the D. M:; Hammond II.. Nassau. B. F. ARMSTRONG .
\1'.11. C. Duryee ti. ; April 23d, Sch. Grate Bradley Hupper, ; Augustine-On the Bay. J JTilE
time of going to press we have every indication J. Baker and D. M. Hammond : verdict- ,, New York. Agent. :20-tf NEW IRON PALACE STEAMER .
that the wishes of those lit) much interested CLEARED.
$lMt.:O. for plaintiff.
) will be granted. Sunburn & Hoyt tI,. Peter Cone, replevin ;i April 20th, Sch. Edward Johnson, McDon NT. .MAKY'N RIVER: I'ACKKT. NT. JOIINN,

tobacco from Havana Smith and Baker ;r verdict, not guilty. aid, Natal, Brazil.
QUITE a quantity of Charles
Stewart April 20th Str. & John't, Vogel, fr
State of Florida n. Diana ; Finley t
I is now being brought through here for the ton. .

cigar manufacturers;: at Jacksonville and elsewhere and McDonald ; verdict, not guilty. April: 20th, S. 8. Wettern Taos, Hines! : -- .:"""" -. 'L (.?.ii:.:.;,
of Florida ft. C. Donald, overcharge ;
mode State Nassau.
in the State. The arrangements
railroad remanded to jus April 22d, 8. S.: City! of Austin Stevens, IKCArT. ,;
tor the remaining! in bond of goods at this on ; New York. TIm: STEAMER FLORA,

point will render facilities to importers not tice. April 23d; Str. St. John't, Vogel, Charles' LEO YOGI:L.
and Fellows
N. Harriman ,, '
J. U. Page vt.
heretofore enjoyed, and we trust that the ton Will leave FernnutuitaforJwksonvilleFa\ ;
M; & II.J. April 23d; &'h. 1:. A.. Mayes1'all, Phila
steamshspline[ from, _Cedar Key to Havana attachment. Meek & Deans and J. : WILL RUN ON THE to'f.LRY'S; :; R1V- latka and intermediate landings on St. Johns
del plilu. River and Savannah' und Charleston follows
verdict for defendant. follows us
F command this freight. r. Baker ; er during the season!> as :
may Board of Public Instruction r*. Gilia Bil- COMMEIICIAL.Fernandina leave ST. hRY'tI.I: U\ MONDAY atulTHURSDAY ; I
MORNING at ((5.I o'clock, for From Fernandina for Jacksonville and
i THE local travel upon the Atlantic, (lull (lings, administratrix, C. I.. Hoyt, goinishee. .'EItSSVIS.uII11; will leave l'ERs.\SVls.\ Palatka, Thursday!' April 1, 5 A. M.

a andYest India Transit' Railroad i is greatly rate to a bearing; on motion to strike out Market.CORRECTED salute' days ut 8 u. m., for CAMP Pixe-KSEY Sunday, 4, !SI A. !M.

I in excess of that during the same period:
.. thin showing the increase in business! : estate C. L. Hoyt. :Motion; \ granted Spirits Turi-entine.................... 38 @ 3Rn..III *1 EVERY: TUE$;}).\Y and FRIDAY !Sunday, 11, 7 A. M.
year, common .strainetl...........$1 25((!$1 lu will arrive at ST. MARY' at 5 p. m., Thursday. .* IS>>, 5 A. M.
and the growth and prosperity of the section I). M. Hammond and K. M. Smith, a.ttor- Tar. in marketrudeTuriKntine touching at FKKXVXUIXA.: : Sunday, IH" A. M.

through which It passes With a favorable treys, .none in market WEDNESDAYS) : and SATURDAYSwill TImr-day, "" 22: 4 A. M.

i season for the maturing of vegetables and Court adjourned on the evening of the 23d 1 t.tton-Sc.'a Island in the seed.41 (g, 5Fernandina leave ST. M.tnv's at 8:30; ) a. in., and can Sunday Thursday, 24.21 I 4 5 A. M.
for excursions toIungeuessM A. M.
fruit this year an impetus will be given to until Wednesday next the 28th. -Retail Market. be chartered From Frrnandina fur Savannah" and Cliar-

.this industry which will greatly advance the Sara oat leston TUt'N.laprit 2, 3")1.
prosperity of our city. Charleston Steamers CORRECTED BY MRS. CLARKE, and other 'points of interest in the vicinity Friday, 0 I), y A. M.

I I and the Vegetable Crop. Dealer in 1'ruireyeloldea, Gasden Seeds etc of Fernandina.Through. Tuesday, 9, 12 M.
i TUB ruin i>ort, coastwise, The change's in the schedules of these' Friday, h 13, 2... M.
VEt ETABLFI(. lilts or Lading Tuesday, III March show increase of 100 learners will afford us from and to this city
during an percent .
.XSwcet Friday 20 I 9 ..
Potatoes bushel.$1 40(@$1 M.
"" above the same month last year in lumber line stumers'each way i>er week to the Potatoes, per per bushel.....- 75(( M. by MALI/RY'S) LINE: of Steamers to all TueMlay, :23; U A. M. r

II I ; of 30 per cent in rosin, antI of 5,000) ibove points.[ Of these, five will make this Cabbage, per hundred.-10 00o,20( : Ot (toints on the St. Mary's.Clone Friday: :"'7,11')1. ;,

f gallons of spirits) of turpentine) ; while in their southern terminal point. This should Onions, per quart. 10,9(! 1" Connection Tue-wfay( 30, 3 r. M. ,
I facilities Caw l'clIt'r) bushel.............. 1 75u 2 Ol Close e-oniuvtion made with steamers, for
foreign i shipments the increase has been :20 jive our vegetable growers ample PomatiKti, i er crate-.... 0 (t0g, 0 Ot made with the New York and SavannahSteamers. Mellonville and Enterprise, also with steamers

r per cent in lumber, and above 300 per cent fur .shipments ; but beside these we have a Turnips, per bunch................. 'at Savannah ';
. I in cotton need.: Our export| trade is constantly wCl'kl.ew. York steamer' and direct daily FBl'ITS. }Flora Femandina. with steamers for New York, Philadelphia, '4-

on the increase, and in, a Very few trunnt't.t sun for the West by steamer to Bruns- Apples, per bu>hel. 2 OOQ, 3 OCllananas GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS: FOR PASgenirers. and for Baltimore New York, and B4ton at Charles-ton with steamers BalImore )1 It
Phila.lelphia, -
t .. 3 tl>0) 5 CMS i)
noticeable.Our Ga.Our per Excursionists and Tourists! will I
weeks the gain will be still more wit-k. : with Northeastern and South 'urlo-
......... 10( 1.1\
all btum-e to ('oitumuts, (each. a. find this attractive trip, as the sceneryis !ina: iiailrouds for and
a East
-- railroad is rendering a & very routes :North
Warehouse Lemons[ Ill'r hundred.............. 3 OOy, 4 (NJ grand and alligators and other game are West.
, Bonded ecuro prompt service for through connooions : Oranges, per hundred............. 3 00i$ 4 OU .
The new concrete building owned by ){r. for this freight even to running *)pe. POCLTRY.ldrkens abundant.For further information apply to .PIRST-CLAKS PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS -

Charles Angel, situated on Third street has vial trains whenever required to seeurerompt ? crown... 3.\\@ 40"hickens JOHN RICHARDSON: ,

been taken partially for the above use, and delivery e>f this lerirhable freight, ( half-grown........ Zit(@> il\ 25-tf Fernandina, .'13.. Through Tickets and Staterooms secured
> UUl'ks. grown, per Il1.\ r......,..... 1 lI NZ( 1 2.1, ---- -- -- -- and all information furnished at office cor. ,
is freely.We i
bond arrivingquite --
in now -- -
tobacco been }:43. ?* I**"*" dozen.......... :ruesi( WM. II. ('. IUJKYKE, ner tVntre. and Second streets.
learn that about 250 bales are now in \oax \5 BBOWN'MJN appointed lieet>, each.-' .5@( 1 00 !: ly(1 A. OY"-: ;.

>hond there\ and much more is ordered ship- agent; for the Mat'killuonll'n or fluid |>ene-il liuineos. each..................- 30(4 M ENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT: --- -- --- --- -- ---

pod here. mostly for the factories at Jack fur this place and county. Any o1'I"'n.C'11' Turkeys, each..../........-. 1 00a( 1 &' G I ART1IUK C. FOIID,

I souville. The Atlantic Gulf & West India him for the pen will receive prompt atten- B\'T\'UEKS' MEAT. CEXTKE ST., SEAR R. R. DEPOT

Beef Teuunesst'e..N.............. 10@ IS f DENTIST,
bonds and ion and at the established lriCl'litlllt'u" .
Transit Railroad will enter into Beef, Florida ..........-...... 5(j> 10 FERNANDINA, FL.V.lluy t
this import trade will probably come ua ire warranted to write as well, three years Mutton ................................. io('jt 18 I Fourth St.. bet. Centre and Alachua
and'' their Havana connecting wove after constant use, or Mackimuui it l'ork.- (J, 10titsrge..NN..N..N. Corn, Oats.

i 4- steamers Cedar Key in,the future. "*u. will result free charge. J ......... fa; 15 t-tf 43 tf FERNANDINA, FLA.

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