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Florida mirror
Uniform Title:
Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Creation Date:
May 1, 1880
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Weekly[ FORMER 1878-<1886>]
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Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1901.
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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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,\ 52'.117J ',.;n's. "Not sK. with trcttch'roux lip' the :Saviorstung ,' tJKXKit.iL iXTKLLttixn:. I stir, simply' tc.givdiiK!:, ) it us a \policy. It Is ; pointmeiits were finally made : Duke of

i | noticeable' that:, the people of :San: Francisco I Argylo) us I I.ortl of the 1'iivy Seal: ; I VM\\: \ \ ofKlmhcrlcy
," Not she denied 1 Him with unholy tomcue' :: : J GKM.UVI.; :: GKVXT; : has returned to hl""II11'
t lt''T\ time :
1111 \I"'ttlll: I do not :-t"'IIII" mourn very Lunch either a* :Secretary of :Stair t for tho Colonial
As evidence of the healthy condition i'iI :Abe when Apostles' tied, ",;111.1 danger at Galena. Illinois, where It i is thought. by ) John ]
mi man w ho has: .1i"Ilor the nun who ought (loll Department: fright, Chnnecllof:
elf our :State and county finances \M' IIl'l''I'!''I'' Lust at bravo lllscroxs:I and earliest at Ills '"mH.." i his trainers! or managers: he will d I. the mostgmwl t i hit and havo the air of th''se who wish i it I of the Duchy of Ijincuster ; the Marquis of

happy to :state that the grand: :\1I.1p(1t. ( -Mnntiifll't ('iniftltlltiiHl.M : at this time.I I! hail: been( a Kitkennv: duel.- .\','''' )fork I'I'i Ilipoii, Viceroy of India lie was otl'erci! i

f'tlrllll\ll witnesses at the recent spring term i I \ in Hoston, or" near that city *
: Yoi'xu man T, ;!>,< "r. the Viceroyalty( of cither Ireland: or Indiii.
M \ : COl'XTY.: i
"' nf the Circuit Court for this l'IIlIt'n'l'l' j |I invented constructed .und used 1 upon himself Tin mineral boom Virginia seems tube I The report t that Lord 1 Do-by was: oileits] ItI'lt
\ off with the eash. This i is the: legitimate I The (cult l! paid ( u new guillotine. patent: :applic.l on tho \Increase. In Hot el on rt I'olllltIII..t, s in the Cabinet I is untrue. The nhscnti

fruit of honest' government, secured by ''I :showing) the many and large :sales of real estate 'I''j for )by him. It i 1iI! :supposed ho nuts! week Captain" 1'. Jf 1. Uo.vnolds !sold to Mr.I I, of! the advunctsl Liberals: has, titter I long; negotiations I
",' in and around that place, the great numbers I
the united cllorts: of Conservative"i: and ]Democrats. been
crazy. met by conceding a seat iu
I i (Cook, a Pennsylvania) u trait of land, containing '
Another four years: of honest and I of groves being )planted and the general i .Jo-oM'1I 1 K.: .JolI' 1'11drrllnl'M the Cabinet to Mr. Chamberlain who will
j GKNKKVI.; : : : n large deposits' of Iron ore, for $ "I<-
;r economical administration of the State Gov I \prosperity of that !section. With a mailn'adthrouglito reelection. With rure modesty-III\l1. Wl'IItIl..t into, part cash : Mr. 1'411111,11",1 !sold. to I, probably be President! of the Hoard: of Trade.Sir .

*>-. cnauent1H place our little :State" on the ) furnish the neci-ssary transportation } :say in in this: cae. lack of selfappreciation 11 II'. II. C. Parsons: vice-president: of the Hichinoiid I I Charles! Pilkl'lIf""II" the position of Tudor I
'ut of alongside of01 I the )growing; of fruit and\ vegetableswill I the
highroad prosjierity : II
: Secretary for Foreign Department.ISarl .
-he thinks Congress is not the place and Alloghuny Railroad, u largo tract

: ;t '.fhcrni'rehn'ortlsi 1 : ...tcr: .-.SY/rrA c Ttlrtjnifili/ be IVninsular vastly: increased.The llailroadi: I.. being surveyedacross for him. Virginia will have a 11I1I.ll'lul't' t 10< of mountain land, in tic "IIIIH' county, for Spencer: will )be leash President! of th.- '

I t'11.1'1111.t'If': \T '. of fill when his! term expires.! T2tINNI: : of which ,*VK| was paid; downandthoCatawIm ; I Council instead/ of the Duke of Argyle, usreported.
Orange Lake, mud the work completing II
w, The! report of the :School; Superintendentif I 1 i the road to this .side of said lake will MoKKthan nineteen hundred immigrant; ?' iron furnace. properly' also InHiitetourt I It was otliclally announced 1 that

., Columbia, county shows: that in that conn-, be pushed 1 vigorously forward. TlIl'I'ollll'a.' arrived at )111111 i III 0 1'\' oil the 3 1ilh; I by u singlt1 county, was purchased 1 J by Mr.Hramwcll I the late Minister": would 1 go Windsor!' Wednesday

fy there are tI thirty-live schools: for white ny\has guaranteed to have it completed by !xtoumer. The party is: reported 1 to be In excellent of Ohio, an iron master r"r ;:'o-I by the I':'.I."> p. n1i. train und the new

children with attendance of six HKi) lualf of this sum being paid down. Ministers by the 1:10: )p. Ill. train. irdCran-'
an average: the first. November.. It will reach\ Oeulu health and (condition but the ,ll'lIthof omie- : : }

hundred and, thirty-five pupil, and fifteen the in sweet bye amid hiyc.Jlnuurr.At : seven infants on the voyage apparently' Thus in one week IIl'thpl'lIl'lIl'dlll"'r-e: haveInvested )brook' utlt'IIll'tllhl' Indian. Ottice for I lie last

colored) schools: with an average attendance a Republican) meeting in'Murion( county tells a story that :the authorities on both $.'.I.II\III> In one Virginia l.tHllllr-11 1 lime Tucsduv.! .

of five hundred ami children.The evidence that till mineral resources
seventy-live t the other day, Little 5iant Dennis: told sides: the ocean.should! listen: to. pruelleal great
total cost of running the schools. is twiithousand h-tlf/if/ I of ,that State: arc becoming appreci CO(UtLSSIU1'.U.'l'ai .
the audience that they might go to Tin: lumbermen) who bring their lumbot I
!six hundred and eleven dollars.: they didn't .want to hear& him peak.' down the Delaware lllver have met with nh'tlnJ.rlllll1.-Illltilll'/j'r", : bill for the distribution! \ of 'the ton .'

The ('!>''tuhti..I\llIl'Utllurillg the present year Whereupon they rcsjio'ndcd l 'with tremendous very heavy losses this: year. Owing to thepocul.mties TIn: preliminaryoMiminatlon i i ofIhocaseof millions dollars of (the Ol'lIl"1IIWIIJ't1 I lying /

of five more white and two more colored applauxe' Indicative of the fact that they of the I'lIlIIlI1l1ll1\o"t all the rafts ('lull''hlllnhr! t\i which a political significance \ in t the treasury bus )been virtually ,laid on \
xchtKils. Is recommended.IMJVAI. .
: approved' of the sentiment, and preferred were on their way down at the same time ;; has been HI plainly attempted to bo the shelf. As the greater (portion of this remaining

COf:JCTY. the torment of the condemned to t the torment high winds drove them upon the rocks' and given, has thus fur failed to elicit' any of the money was. to no to insurance companies \ ,

The commissioners! sent from .Jacksonville! of hearing him t"lk.-&mlllllflh AVir. against bridges, making, the los* very heavy.THE farts. The wounds inflicted were !so trilling, who had by their war rates actuallybeen
to Washington to urge upon Congress! the MOXROE COVNTY.Anew city council of New Orleans! 'l''iItJ'tlllrnuthoriz'tl and! the appearance us: well us the action of compensated for the risks they hud 111roiild

iniNirtanctiof] the bar improvement at the 4. cigar factory will sown "be 'opened, the city administration to provide the supposed! victim such, that the theory taken; it cannot be deemed unjust to them

mouth of the Kf.. '..Jhn''l.tIr't'cl on the here, whkh will give" t'11IJlloymentto' about; a national ensign to be presented to the advanced by many (that they were I'drln'1liI'Il.l not to pay them a !second time ; but the j

.lith lust. The report is: encouraging to the Lin) hands-AViMV*( DfjxUili. city of Hoston on the 4th of July next, 1I1" scans to be gaining ground. amendment to exclude t theso! (ouC1iasit'tiIenves

citizens who !sent then The Hoard<<1 of Public Instruction had a token of appreciation of the generous: action The action taken Washington! : in sending this! money in tho ITnstcd State:

The I house! of 1)r..1.1I. 1'aine on the shell meeting on the ll1lhlit", and resolved: I to devote of Hoston to New Orleans) during t the overflow the United States: attorney to act us associate treasury: where it wa not the intention! urI

road, near Jacksonville, was hunted to, the the back taxes now on hand to the payment of 1H74, und the epidemic of l4j!' $.-Savannah counsel! in the case, us well us the coursetaken : I tho commissioners! : for t the settlement! of I th..

Jrtluuelou!; the morning of the -Sth inst.!! of the encumbrance on the school \*, 'M.Mrrit by him during the (rial, where his claim that it should go. What will t hey

The new building for the First National time be devoted to (the do with it ?"
seems (to more! endeavor
11I111,1i1l .-AV.v of( tin- ( "/ complaint) i is: being made in all hurts}
Hank of Jacksonville, on t the corner! of Hay to try time officers: of the academy &: .M.Thll'lI: II' (tho.
One of the peculiarities nfkey West: Is: the of the country at the miserable I quality olthejiupor II pulsed )post routobill.
and Ocean streets, will he a great improvement than to elicit the facts of I this I outrage, combined .
continuous removal of horses: Small h iidings und printing of the green throe- Tho further consideration of the :S|>of.fordKellogg

to that )part of the city. tire curried to the outskirts of the city.Their runt postage! stamp Issued by the government. l with his levity during proceedings! ('lta'U'II4 then resumed but after '
Jerry TCvans: one of the negro prisoner! ;* his attempt at wit, and. his: constantly recurring I
Mr.( Ha I und )Ir.
places are filled by larger and a better The stamps ut present we use are,, sjK-ochoH by ley Kellogg.
who escaped from the Jacksonville jail some : slurs: at the olliccrs: acting on t the It laid aside the of "l Ir.
ut Junes
class of Ihn.tlillp'lI.-A."H of( the r"u( : many of tln-m, so Imperfect as! (to give 1 risotiu was request i
timesince, while being returned on the (train board, warrant the assertion! in the former
i until Monday( the hubs
There I is evidently an increasing disposition serious! question in some I'arll'lof thccoun-.
of (the 2xthjumi1 d from (the cars, and striking paragraph that u political significance is to
In the vat.'bush hll' been
among our best! cigar-makers: to establish try of their genuineness.: Ilntlsetin! !>!t having
his head upon a cross-tie! it is !supposed! lie given to it. The officers at West: Point t tho
( next intocommittee
1 small factories.: There arc lift '.n\'t' now H'stpnmllinstil day, they went
Tin:: winter wheat cnipIii the \\ (' II'I'III1I1.1!
fatally: injured himself.On have heretofore been found both able und
in in this with of of the whole on the deficiency
operation : city, a, prospect :
( the of the 24th ult. James Northwestern States, of which a few weekssince those under their !
night long, several more being established: within weekor willing to govern charge, appropriation t bill.Jfltli. .
aged ninety-eight, and Johanna Hines: III'IIixtr it was! thought would hi cnormou" und to cgmmund und obtain obedience and .In 4
two.-Key of the (Jul r. Senate Mr. Mutter, of South/
t this season! as now reported to bo quite
united in The : \
were marriage. parties) order uinong tho cadets. Carolina
f presented memorials!' of the Charleston -
on.\ 1": CorNTV.! in it is aserted that thai
fact : more
were colored, and live on Fort George: Island. poor ;
J."("'f'I U". Hoard of Trade for an appropriation) for
Hctter late than never." Tileunfor,1: Journal contains the proceedings one-half of the crop bus failed in all tin'

of a meeting ut (that place to establish: Western Suites: und that the, yield will fait TIIK: property of the city of Paris! which work on the jetties. .Charleston., harbor.
1 ESCAMDI.V ('tH'\TY. A resolution concerning the Ink'
water-works.: This: would show enterprisein short tif the J.(1'lIl'rull1"t'rIe.( (comprises buildings devoted to publicuse reported

The Ponsacohi! 1r'nsce quotes) the price of a town of that size, "rarely l'lI\lal'elIllHl Till: loss )by the force" fires in New Jersey! is: estimated at fJIOIOONN:! \ ( ). The totalnumber thenithout
hewn timber at that port at eighteen cent t
of these [I. 7'Kt.TIIK ).
never excelled.] ie much heavier than the telegraph u.: : buildings!
per cubic foot for 100 feet average timber. ( gave cuts, tillered! by Mr. Teller, und making it
to eet. The total amount ol : land Ix-iigue In Ireland to I
I'fTXAM: ( any reason exj promise
:Sawn; timber (forty feet average is quoted at VNTYr: tOn obligatory to do 1'01 Wit adopted. The re-
about nine o'clock of land burned over was (UK) square lIIih Thlc buy up) lands and advance money to tenantsat
fourteen cents per cubic foot. Thursday: one Miming consideration, of the bill authorizing
land in several instances worth floOO( )] fivu tcr annum for thirty-flvu
The Wtscttf, in speaking of the Pensacohiifc ; the most! violent wind, rain am] hail storms was | the rt'tlrL'tll1l'1t of non-coniniissiontxl utliccrn!
an acre, while even the pine), lands: were valued yean, to enable them to purchase home
visited this
that have
Railroad, says : 1We are now in we ever seen place. of the army, gave rise to a long discussion of
The in all its for hour at $100 an acre, The total hose. wYI{| steads ; also to remit two years' rent while
storm raged fury an
|K-sesxion of information which induces us the relations! of the two races! when compelled
to believe wo )hojie. It Is to the effld that breaking glass,* blowing blinds from theirfastenings not full below Js .,(IIO.OIlO.-II'f"'lIfl/*. this is lK-lngilone. to associate ut West Point. The SJMIfordKellogf ) !'.

there will be no cessation! of work' until the and devastating ganlenM.We Tilt storms Missouri! r'IHlrt't1| in our AT the enquiry before the board of trade ) ease was resumed. ; '*|,rcoheH

completion: of the road through to fine Ajil have not heard from the country, but the last, !seems to have raged various portions) In London, into the 'fuy bridge illKn."tcr, the were made by )fr. Joncn, of Louisiana, ')Ir.

>Ic. We understand that that the work on damage to crops must I be considerable. The of the West. In Indiana Illinois and Iowan engineer who had' control during its building Hill, Georgia, Mr. Illalnc of Maine, und l s:1

the thirty pvilaurf'Tpad-bed under contract hail was from the tin: of u, marble to that of furious storm raged at the name time, Hun- fluid the supports of the bridge were inHuHicIcnt. Mr,,Kellogg '

i is being industriously accomlli!
UKBKANDO. OOl'XTT. It is not likely that the orange crop next some ]K>rtionx of Southern Ohio ; while i joints in the .ctructure. Dlxtrlct, of iVhiinhlu was pusucd) ; 'amount- m

The Hrooksville Crnccnt f'loortll watermelons r fall will be as large) as it has been the past.! further West along the line of the I'alit tf AT a grand banquet given. on the night or $$,523, ,tift7. .J... .

The unusual warm winter prevented the sup Railroad, the severest snow storm' ever the'M by the company for the construction The Comptroller\ of the Currency called for
in that market.
., ..I' r 1 sa. I' 1 from going down. The' growth of the orange known there is retorted. of the Panama Canal, in Paris. '.'')(. dc,Lew. n report showing the condition of !the National

HILI BORO tXIVNTY. continued withouj in erinlssion! } all' ) throughthe A CrjfTF.XKiiirl: : : Errortriox: opened' at Na 1i. M-ps, he spoke' hopefully of the PIICCC of Hunks at the close of business. pit Friday

The dry weather continues to the great tll'1I1II 111,1 whIfela, prevented: the full bloom Teni)., Aj.rll JO to ('ollt nue for about his project, and 1 eloquently of his cordial reception the! 221 lust.STth .
V injury of the farmers, numt of thJIIn this of the orange, which comes on in February. ,, one month.' :I'unveiling"of. ti I' I tliVequestrian by the jKsiple of the United. HU tc*., -In the Ht-imte Mr. Blaine called foicoplen -

locality are hating pretty long face about This spring we noticed that time orange trim; statue of Jackson will take place on the :JOth MB. PAHXKI.L' has made a modcrt requisition ) of correspondence I between the lTnltetl '

it.-TaiHjxt fudrdinii. abut town had comparatively but few blossoms. of May, and from the 17th to the 22d! will W by cable UJNHI this country for money t'tuh.1111111 (Great Hrituln, relative to the !

Many of the farmers in the county have Groves! in the vicinity were much the most uttnictlve; of the exhibition. Mrs. to deny the election! expense of sonic of his outrage U|>on American fishermen at Fortune

had cucumben', squashes and beans on the the,same. The young grove.. however buvn Kmmu: C. Dowser of Ixuilsville will be ]>oUllcul friends. Ireland) docs need I the Hay.

vinett since last spring ; ,they have kept green hail the advantage of an open warm winter. awunled u prize of $IUO for the centennial money of generous Americans, but It is to Iii tire House, Mr 'ox, of New York.

and tearing all through the winter without which has: pushed. them along alllllzill d '.- poem read fit thp o| (*ninjf of the ;'XIIIIII| Simon, buy bread und not to pay campaign: debts. under u. call of committees, rcjiorted n !bill J

', ointmeiit of u commiHsion to a'"-

The }Itt |IIt''tll for a large orange crop are From Hon. Augustus Munroc( we learn quietly gone/to r, '1tI1I..1x KWiiUbsIn,\ prison HIli' Mr. I'nrnl'lll".hl i glIthn nothing.A'np .- certain mid) report( a basis for a rt'f.'llr'.IWtn'atr '

very flattering, provided the present dry that the cotton crop in that section is not after having; his )hair cropped" IIUIII donning York Tr'ilnitif. 1 between the 1 United States. und tluHritlnh :- I
weather docs not continue longenuugh'tniausethie favorable the we-t line of Putnam and
on colonU-s the Committee
; i.f from onForeign
the regulation i-lrijK-s, and not 0110,1 TIIK: asvunts of the Irish famine, which ,
trees! to drop) their fruit.-TUIHJHI the adjoining county the people failed in Affair 1'1/11.1 I un the calendar.fffth. ( .
his former followers or frit-mis so much us I continue to come from those from this conn ..

1'uanlinit. JKHEItSON IoUA'Y.The getting a giMtd .staid, owing to the fact that hook him I by the hand. Hi( day has tieiwrtctl try who are dlsjioshig of the! relief funds .-Mr. )Davis, of West Virginia, )'I I
their cotton "ccd was not secured. Still: wehuje the of I
cnteil the of
I majority
l ; he will come out from prison, nol I and 1 f'HMllIl'lIt. are heart-rending In their de- rej-irt
('OllIrt.'tlllt't'l'le' have resolved in their that the make the deficiencies. .
season may up select committee UI"lIIlhlh..II..ln\' ""te lh*
the It is |
idy-i-imply Kearney, drayman Hcription the suturing and misery dully
wrath that ,scalawags must take back scats' !.1'iilntL'i, 1!.'((L141. K-counts of the Treasury Department. Mr.lavU .
good A'h'Ittit leaders of Kearney' kind, wltlll'l'/Ot'tIIJY them in ther| voluntary rounds
None of them will lie nominated) for the A General visit
!!- I'ulutka wishes to have Grunt ; In his remarks iiMin the result of
"to be warned his futo. ,
) for humanity's' cake. The Cbr// Mtuhly iu this county. And they are right ; that city again, so says the Jlrr'sld, to dig the their: lulon, said the iMioks of time TreusuryDepartment
A minem' strike 1 js tbreatencilamong by the (iJovernmcnt) bun lei I with *
f.RKVT pro'
lei none be placed on deck unless: they can first! spade full of earth,for j,hc new railroad. ohovvisl and great dis.rcpnntics -
theminers! in the Lchigh Wyomingand visions by charitable) ) individuals( 'bus arrived .
produce credentials that pure Ethiopian The site fur the ,it'llII.t t, on the :St. John'MItivcr amounting in Home'
years ti
Luckavvann .regions. IMwccn ()ll..JU, ut her destination ; much is I being and ,
Mood courses through their veins.-Moutl- also engages their attention, and they icarly ofte. hundrcil millions of dollars, most I
und 7Uomj miners were thrown out (I f em has IH-CII done, (but then remains much
rrllo Constitution. are willing to l blue the town or mortgage of in lists l.- '
ploynirntby the i-onoerted actions of tllC'grt'at more to he accomplished to save these sufferer I thl'III'IIt'lrl'CI| years ht'hn't'l ..iptlllll"7
LKUS: COCXTY. their property, rather than lose the (>)i|>ortn- In IH70, I by order ofthe Ss-rrtar--
until the be It is at
Captain Dyke's position will be under- pity of ]having a railroad to /luhu'sville.MT. 1 (omlandtrunsjortutiuneumiqunitruntip t'rl/I'I'UII grown. Kcgistcr changed t the amounts previous.
the 3d of It l I. chute rioditid (times like this that the charitable hearts of lle t
I May, |* u -
toixl from the following extract from bin 'II rcjMtrte"! to ('uugrvsrwt as to ul'llrl'll| >
paJo'r: "Thanks! to 'Sonex.'the Marianna'barter JOU (WNTY. )4-ii .iiins which have cuii'sMl to much ..ur.I i the Anglo-Huxon: race are shown. TheproMMial ncreu.Hi' (iii' debt I by ten 11lulIl ) ,

; Jacksonville I'HMH<< and all others We are plttcKtl to state that Mr.( George I feting in the just that !hems t'l1I.,1 the,Lil ir- { has !been madt und is now l cliig put 1 i similar! change of tw liloutu..

Lorillard, of New York, who 'has been "]*nd* cMtti combine for this strike, hkli't' inMipptWd into execution, to *>.;nd utlicient means to 1 uade in l"i3 and in 1H7I of f'nh..tht4111"nll.
minded ; but let it be understood, now, ( and ultcnillon tin
lug the winter at the jot: Augustine Hotel, bring nuiiilx-p of tore MiH'crcrs to this 'flu 'nL"Ur.
henceforth; and to the end of the chapter, will he the uiowt bitterly cmitotod ." umouiit, to thousands
that the individual in question has no as- has pun haseil the desirable] property on St.lieorpe ever witnesseil in those valleys. country, where' Kinds can benbtahitland! I ind h affects 'Imndrtils of millions of dollars.
: street, known a-s the :Stone: dwelling.We upon| which they would soon<< I I",* enabled to IA'4ur,' cut from the IH.k. and not acounteil -
I'iretiuns'fur osition Tin San FrancUco dinpatclies>> how the for and for of"
warrants ,
.fit. .tuvwille II'rrily. IhfiiiM-lvc mdoe want, while uiiull
in the gift of the juvtple, and that so flforts De Young's friend! are making to place they arc ml'sing and cannot h.mli.
understand that a fine brick building, would also build up *oiue of our waste 1,111
long as he retains a reasonable share of mother turn public sentiment strongly against the
three .stories "high, I is to IM crude on the site place .1(445111 inntancoof meeting the
wit, he will accept no candidacy or |>er- murdertr. It i ill now denied that Ite Young hlle'il
Mr. JHoom fit-Id' I its antidoto occurred at III .
ut present occupied by stationery '
mit by his l silence the supposition to go out bail, any coiniHoti'm with the |miiiphlft) aboutKalloch I MB. (iL.1DNTOO.k; has Inca ,siimmomil to 1 i-cture in Mime While the ttuple'were
that he \\'fIul.IIi" ambition is restrictedt t "tore. Said building i U to IM.IMVII.icd and quite as plausible u story !is 'I Windsor to confer with the (lien about the cr"wiling Iltu 1.1.hall to. )hear wiutt he

<) and bound up in the f't',rid!ai ottice.Col. : |. by fir(; liUoiufitld I In-low, and with a I told on this ide as on the other. An uttempt j I immediate f formation of a IJhcrul )flIIL"tr)'. I,lad to cay against the Bible un t'ntt';
hall atuvt'-'l. .1\ <*tlHt W'ttlly. I c had taken I tome by the f ) !
\mji with' liimsi-lf at its 'taut. 111m I ) lU-ucoii-IU-ld( lb.u
ISrevard, in his eloquent memorial j I will also<< he made' evidently( to Implicate .tutllll.IIt'1l ut the entrance with tire hau- "

address at Tallahassee on the -S-ith: ult., embodied The Fluflbi J/iV/w lines to W this week the t-liler Kalloch and how that the retires, and with Ids retirement d.Mss u remarkable ,riil 1 NVvv 1.hUll'lt. in bund, to !*. JInU.

the following poetical quotation in with a new and bcH'oining head I and drt_. It murder was the result of, u i >n"piray.. This qwich in KnglUh: hllOtl/r)'. Mr.f t u the In nrlf'lnl ) .

his tribute to woman. It 1 is alike true and i x now an ci?ht-pntge J08ll-r, and, lnideM In as improbable as it Is horrible. Whatever' ilailston's>>tutcment must \t",> u 'humiliation :l'I-.U'1 rclercncfs ,. the It wasirterwanl
king one among the harIlLwrut-tot. contains uce rtained that the
lofty in M-ntimt-nt, and beautiful and ub- ass much, if not more, reading matter, as any may be said of the elder Kall.x'bbe is not a to the (luau and the CouMrvutivoparty. e excellent fcvrvice. Who but TltaUtlt.1'uukct'
lime in expression : weekly i ;iper in the I"tale.-.stUl'te. Trlr jrA., and must know the utter folly of murville It i is it-ported that the following u|"* have (Ituitglmt..fht-xueuic 11r*iJ.


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TILE 110MK CONCERT.Well : quarter of n yard. To increase"'i! the bear'seliiDculty : A DIVE) .'ron T..tFE-JUlt below 'Kanawha HOTT

in seizing him, the terrified l boy let Fall SANBOliN & ,
Tom, my boy, I must! say good-bye, in'WostA'irginiav'writeH! a correspondent !
I'vc had a wonderful visit here himself down and !swung with his hands: is overhanging rock of imm'nsesize,

hn: joyed it, too, n.s well as I could; from the )bough. jutting out about one; hundred feet over SECOND STREET, NEAR CENTRE, .

Away from all that my heart: holds: dear. lie WM hanging In !suspense! ) between two the !seething whirlpool, and about the same \:
Maybe I've been a trifle rough frightful death's. His: heart was !sinking, his! height above This:> was:> once the scene of a WJlOI.t".\f.F.:0111: RCTUt 1 i

g A little awkward, wife would sav- fingers. were relaxing remarkable) adventure. The Indians! were in I ,
And very likely I've missed: the hint Then the deep\ baying of a )bound struck hot pursuit of Van Bibber, a settler and GROCERS SHIP CHANDLERS ;
Of your city polish day by day his car, and bis hands: again; closed firmly on man of distinction. in those early tilll(' lie ,
the branch. In a moment bloodhound; was bard ,presxed), and all access'to the river '

w But !somehow, Tom, though the same old fund! n horseman !sprang' through \the under- I below and above being cutoff, he was drivento AND: DF.Al.flW: IX Ir.c r

roofSheltered wood.Chango!k. i this jutting rock, which proved' to be the tfc < I" '
d' us both when we were boys ( held on like grim Iknth-hd.t on I jumping-off )place for him. He stood' on the 4t lIi iKl LiMliJ | '". J
r And the same dear mother love watched us till be beard the sharp' reiMirt\ of n rifle ringing rock, in filII1...\\' of the enemy above) and I HAY "j I I r JV<>KX 1| |r OATS: |. | \
through the air held till the below --j !it
: on who
both, : ; falling yelled like demons at the certainty s----? .r a ---\11 a ffI"r.
Sharing our childish griefs mid joys, ('areassof the bear passed beforehis eves ; of his speedy lire. He stood 1 Up
Yet you are almost a stranger now ; held) on till I climbed the tree, crawled along boldly, and with his rite\ kept thl'lIIltt bay --- (
Your ways and mine are Ifar apart the branch, and gra! 4 As though we had never thrown an arm bad assisted i him to get' hack: to the fork of hill friends, his wife with her babe in; A LAWn: STOCK FrilXITURK' : ALWAYS

c About each other with loving heart. the tree and rest a bit. lu'rlrlll!', lilt helpless to render assistance. t ;
If that bear bail only understood: in time They stood as if petrified with terror and ; 'F

Your city home I is a 'palace, Tom, that a boy in the hand i is worth two in the amazement.! :She: cried at the: top of her NUESERIES.TKOPICMLiiiul ,
Your wife and) children are fair to see! ; hush, he might; have lengthened days mid voice! : Leap into the river and meet me I" ARLINGTON .

Yon couldn't breathe in the little cot, gone down with honor to the gravel:: -K.lilnkc Laying her hale' on the grass!>: she seized the

The homo that belong to me; Croflon'g African Trnirlt.[ oars and !sprang into the skill1alone.. As she --

t .\nl1l am lost in your grand large hou!-c. RNIOW.R:! TIIVN Till A1.nC'lcr DlsirCCbarnay. neareil the middle of the river her husbandsaw

And dazed with the wealth on every side, who has charge of the Lorillard !- !> the Indians coming in full force ami SI )II.TluUtU'Ulrl'l'! ? TKF.KN: : HOSES, IIE'dllCOI'Sutid : -
And I hardlv know brother Tom. yelling like dcnlonsVife wife he
my ) Expedition: to Mexico, has returned to i ,
Y In the mioSt of so much stately' pride.Yes Washington, where he went for the purpose M-reamed" I'm coming<< ; drop dawn a little EVEUCatEEX: NIIItrilKuiid! FLOWEKIX TLAXTS.NEW .

of conferring with the) Mexican Minister: III lower With this he sprang from )bis crag
: the concert was grand last night, reference to the probable attitude of his and descended like an arrow into the water, .--

I The singing splendid ; but do you know, toward the He found government feet foremost.! The wife rested! on her oars a

i t My, heart kept longing, the evening through, i at the Hotel Brull w''m1j'l't 'a Tribune was moment to see him rise to the surface the : Axe: (')IOICI.() ; : VARIETIES: Iliultlrtl Orange Trees") )Lun5l'ECI.J.TY.) : : ( j
For another concert, /'!sweet/'! and low I reporter \ little canoe floating like a cork, holillIgnhout t
) and
4 yesterday, gave: following fails .
That maybe it wouldn't please the car relative to the expedition the boiling }flood. It was nn awful --
Of one so cultured and grand as you ; I moment; it seemed nn age to hoer.Vould
"I have made two }
;\ But to its music-laugh if you will- I Mexico," said) )(. Charnay previous' !!!"between expeditions the to he ever rise: ? Her earnest gaze !seemed to ,*B- Send for Descriptive' Catalogue. i t '
;: My heart and thoughts must ever be true. I years 11>\\)7) and I8 darted her boat fartherdown the stream. He J
"' I !shut in the hall last night my work'C/Nil rt Jtiiinc A IIl'ricft.ltlf.I: ,' JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
my eyes 1 tf
rose! near\ her in moment the
(For the clash of music wearied me), attention was called to this: field of researchby ; a canoe wasalongside ___ h ___._ ... -.---------
of him and she'! helped him to
And close to my heart a vision: camt- the remarkable book of Mr. Stephen' I scramble into it amid n shower of arrows ii. '91. IIIXI: : 0' s. OAKIS: I .

The same sweet' picture I always!: see ; alto-ether and shot! that the baffled Indians ;poured Into -
!k In the vine-clad porch o(a cottage home, AND l BUILDER: ,
been The daring wife did not speak a AM.: FURNISHINGlM l I.;
written about them. But the
civilizations CONTRACTOR
:1# Half in !shadow Mid half in sun, word ; her husband! was more dead than : JVTANL'FACTURING .
!: we to unearth of vast anti
.\ mother propose arc
; chanting; lullaby alive, and all depended on her strength being M 1NcEATERESMOULDINGS
{ Rocking to rest!' her little (l\ic. 'luit) Some: authorities claim that they maintained till they could reach the > KKTAKiit: : ,
arc 12,000) years old, or that at least they existed .l
hlln k. That they did lust where she had : ,
I And soft and sweet iw the music fell i before the lake villages of Europe. As started, right where the, babe was still lying, FIFTH ST., FERNANDINA, FLA. TURNED UA 1"t; TEH.XEWEI.S,
From the mother's lit''PS. I heard the coo for myself, I am not able to assign I them any and The pulleiithe :STAIR RAILS, WOOD EAVES-
laughing. men
Of my baby girl: as with drowsy tongueShe date. We have nothing now but hyi)>otheses. crowing S11E.A'FIIINOVIATiIERiIOAIti
skiff high on the sand, and the wife TROUGHS; ,
echoed the with (ioo : This much is! certain, however, that up
song' u -a-goo; )
lift Bibber
and Van
slowly arose bellied'
1' Together they !sung: the mother and babe, they are very much more ancient than the FLOORING
to his feet Ho could not walk, but !she laid ING AND
My wife and child, by the cottage door. Aztec "civilizations, if !>such they can be him down by his!!! babe, and then seating'! II .
( Ah 1 that is the concert brother Tom called
y' : herself she other
wept wildly, just! as any
: My ears are aching to hear once more. Do yon intend" to bring any monuments woman would nave done under the circum Stair ami Church WorkA
from Mexico?, asked! the reporter.
stances. That babe is
t :$I) now good-bye. \tlll1 wish! you well, "There has been some misconception of now grandfather, SPECIALTY.:
; and that rock I is called "Van Bibber's Rock"to
I \.\. v And many u year of wealth and gain our iHirpoHtw In that direction," said M. this ( Th
IOH were born to be rich and gay ; Charnay. "We do not projiose to bring dnCullriuJ'lCrllal. DOORS AND wI now) FRAMES{

-' 1 am content to be i>oor plain; anything in the shape' of original monuments A GKOKUI.V man was ii hing near a rock OF.ALL SIXES.
'h (. And I back to home !! from )Iexie). The : under which snake's den the other
go my country away government : was n !!! :METALLIC: OASES, WOODEN COFFINSAND Post Oftke Box; 174.jan4 .
With love that absence ha.s strengthened' would not permit us to follow that day, when the reptile came: gliding:: up from Fcrnandina, I la.
1 too- plan even If we wished to incur the expense''. a foraging expedition and was disappearingin CASKETS, --

Back to the concert all my own- AH we seek'! is to obtain casts and moulds the hole under the rock when with a .\.. II. XOYKSGROCER ,
Mother's singing and lu hv'l4 coo.'Mary valuable) inscriptions.! These' will be taken I dexterous movement, the man seized' him by WHITE: METAL: AND SILVER PLATED

; I). Urine.MISCELLANEA. by the pnM' invented thirty years ago by the tail and threw him twenty feet away. TR1MMINC.S
M. Irf.ttln do 1 L\'ul. They will be placed The snake hardly knew what had happcjicil I. / AND) SHIP CHANDLER: ,

t t u collection in Paris, which: by the authority and again essayed: to enter his domicile in ;f CONSTANTLY, ON HAND.'TVS.
of the French :Minister of Public Instruction the :same number Again he was'! treated!! DEALKIl: : IX
will be called Mousee Inrillartl.1'e before. Never despairing; for n third time f f.tro'if"'omc
BEAR AND }FORIIEAR.My( negro gardener will make a very rich collection of photographs the wily serpent approached the nick This Liquors, IC: ('.
came to me one evening in great alarm, and Bodies washed and dressed: IIlIIll'rlen.ctluntil h
illustrating our discoveries. time he came deliberately, as if contemplating -
stated that his twin /sons'! Mango and Chan- "Who l has furnished 1 the money for the the situation. Arriving at the mouth 01'the burial, with or without the use: of ice. !1 1moIT

go, had taken out his gun ,that morning and expedition ?" he was asked.: bole, he deliberately coiled himself!' up Remains: exhumed anti placed in coses! for .\ : FOR B. AVERY & CO.'S PLOWS. I.
( had been missing ever "since. I at IInl'eloulCtI "One-third )has the if take III removal.
1 been advanced by and ,nut out hobo long tongue:: a.s to "
.i my rifle, loosed+ my Cuban bloodhound French Government and two-thirds by Mr. tho full situation. Fora while ho maintained Telegraphic orders promptly attended to. -
) and followed the man to his hut. P. Lorillard. France will, however, make this defensive jMwition, when he carefully
\ There I put the dog upon the boys'!: "scent' such further concessions in other ways: as to began to uncoil, at the same time disappearing } :!7iuSTKIIKTY:! CF.: TUt: :STREET, ,I

l following on horseback! myself make the contributions: equal" tail foremost, into the den, to the admiration v HKOTHKK:
It turned out that the young scamps had How long do you expect to be absent?" of the man who had been amusing :M: tf FERNANDINA, FLA.WILLIAM .
on the trail of largo bear, though they \ ____.
gone Two years, at )least, though we will take himself at his' eXI 'ncl': .

were only tjdrteen them years old, and their father less' time, if practicable. There are many FLORIDA, 1'. WOO1, Jr., //1''
had often warned not to meddle with TjlERNANDINA .. '
ancient cities to be visited.Se shall go to AN exchange pays a child being asked: .
wild beasts. They began the adventure by Oxocn and Catapec, and from there to Pa- what were the three great feasts of the Jews, ,j

hunting the bear, but ended, as' often happens lan gua, in tho State of Chiapas, and thence promptly and not unnaturally replied, : PKALKKS: : IXNtovoN GENERAL NEWSDEALER,
hunted the hear for bruin : r
I by being by ; to Yucatan, endeavoring to pass through Breakfast: dinner and .
had turned upon them, and chased them so the country of La .Candous, generally very BOOKSELLER! STATIONER,

J i hard that they were fain to drop tlie gun and hostile to strangers.", One year will be spent, A FOND" mother III Lcadville :sneaks of her heaters uiul flanges,
'; 1 take to a tree in Yucatan, where there is ,a great deal to late son as having been born Michigan Dealer in Fancy Article, :!' i
,I It was a sycamore of peculiar shape, vending be done. )(journal of the expedition will but rai-CCl.lln Colorado, The vigilance com

forth from Its stem' many small' but only be published in The Sortie American Review, mittee raised him TIN ADD :SHEET IRON WARE:, CENTRE: STKKKT, FER ..ADIX.1...\. 4

} two largo branched. 'These two were some edited by Mr. Rice, who has bl'l'nIr.. l.oril.lunl' .. .- - .. .- k
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thirty feet from theground, and stretched j
almost! \ opposite directions i io i >> intermediary in this matter. ""ASO .-Then*will be a regular communication Shelf Pai>ers,' Picture Frames, Bracket", i'

,yt They were; as like each other as the twin You" have traveled extensively,have you 1\ of Amelia I/xlgy, No. 47, ROOFING AND GUTTERING. Lamp*, Croiuet| Sets, Hand Glares, Comb-l,

brothers themselves, 't'ango took refuge on not"? queried the rt.11trtcr. F. & A. M., on, Monday( ) evening, May /' Brushes. etc. Papeterics.} In .great variety.
Yes,' I am i an old traveler was the re Transient brethrenare Also Sewing: Machine NetdteOil etc.
:24th at 71 sliarp. ,
one of these, Mango on the other. .
.; ply. .In. the purauitiof! the of au-
ho tree until he had study fraternally invited to attend.W. Clipper Inkstands, 75 cents.
Thcbtnrj hugged .
and natural history
ethnology "
thropology of
P.SCOTT, W. )(. Just received-a large consignment "
climbed fur as the fork. There he hcsiTtatcd .
ai have been all over the world { visiting Madagascar ; '
'ad'' (instant; and then began to creep and Java and ..: <'ell JOHN A.WHITNEY, t Secretary. Stoves. The' "CQOK' JEWEL" .'is appropriately ANGEL JL FRIEND;
't along the branch which supported Change researches .T )
iu South American. Our are
The beast! advanced. .nlpwly and -gingerly, greatly assisted by crate ulueters and other: Dr. ARTHUR- C. FORD. named-it is a jewel. We will not BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS. : ,

inking his! cjaws Into'the bark at ever.jtep, instruments recently devised for taking the ., . ..' 1 .
and depending too much upon} .bis balancing seventy-five different measurements "of the DENTIST / be undersold. CHOICE

Chango'powers.position was now far from pleas human published the.iMv': 'ourdu latest Monde,'have which been }'ounh'St'., bet"/Centre. and' Alaehua" Uy .SECOND ST., OPPOSITE r\ O. Groceries, Cigars. ., and Tobaccos,

1 ant. H Was useless to play tho trick well-. I have described 'tly"work'in Java and'Aus -, .--'----- 1
i i I known to bear hunters, of enticing: the animal tralia." '8,tf VEBNANDIKA. FLA. II. E. DOTTEItKK, TOYS AND }'ASCYARTICL .
out to'a point where the branch'would ,'.' How many will go with you to Mexico?"' C.DURTEET-
yield beneath its great weight; ; for there'was asked the ,. W5I. B. .
no higher brunch within Chango's reach, by The party reporter.( will only enstst of three persons !\\, FLORIDA, Weddings, Entertainments, and Picnics...,

l ('atchlng.whith: ho could nave himself from M. Lcmaire, mvself and >another,. not : GENERAL COMMISSION. MERCHANT,. TTJ1ERNANDINA furnished! at the !shortest notice,at rock-bot

t a deadly fall-thirty feet sheer. yet, chosen, who will be aq, American. I -rCENTRE DEALER IN tom prices, atANGEL'S
Three'more steps'and the bear would be have had applications, but the right ST., NEAR R, R. DEPOT, BAKERY, .

upon| him, or he would be upon\ the ground man will be many hard to find. 'A union of diligence Fine Family Groceries Centre Street, J
I Brave as the boy was his teeth chattered.At culture and instruction 'seldom combined FERNANDINA, FLA. 23 _, _lll'-I :old_l _1'. O..!Building. /f: ,
1 this! moment Mango nerved to bero-
in one is required. The Mexican AND
'I t\ ism by his brother's l\Crii. moved rapidly} Government person may add, to our number Hay, Com, OatM. .J:ir TRY ootj,

from tltetopiiosUe limb of the tree. Stepping when we reach that country." I-tf PROVISIONS.Customers .
behind the bear, he grasped with one hand "
How will start f'
a small higher bough which extended to In ten soon dn"'II." you !! MORNING NI:"'H MKUIALN.: A.W.. LOHMANN'S:

1 where he stood, but not to where his brother Have agreement with the Government
a lay ; with the other hand he seized the animal of you Mexico any ?" NEW STORY by u Lady of Savannah. can rely upon getting CHOICE '

firmly( by its stumpy tail. The bear None whatever. The Mexican Minister, 1'flm -J..UIOl'Sr..parf'd --
turned to punish his rush assailant; but, angry he l SAVANNAH WEEKLY: NEWSOf : \
whom I saw in Washington, says hOl'l'Sthcw GOODS, as .- Flour.
as he was, he turned cautiously. It was will be no dilllculty so far a-s Mexico is April 24th will contain the owning chapters
no easy task to right-about-face on a branch "
I concerned. of an intensely interesting story,
which already had burro to tremble and emtjtlelTIIICOUGII NOTHING( nUT THE FINEST: BRANDS
.. sway beneath his weight.\ EX.VOHEIUTIOXS. family while at the
f Chango; was saved, for the bear evidently breakfast table one morning pledged to observe TIIK YKAHN.: ONLY FIVE CENTS PER POUND.

had transferred his animosity to Mango:: the strictest veracity for that day. A Woof. are kept in stOck Sr;
ji whom he pursued, step by step, toward the member. of the family tells the "consequences. A Sequel to Warp and -- -- -- -- a

11 extremity of the other limb. But Chango ." ,BY MI&I4 S. J. rillLBRICII.
i WWI not the boy to leave his brother and As a first fruit of the resolve, we asked the G. F. C-tf AT OLD P. O. BUILDING.MHS. .
rescuer in the lurch. Waiting until the enraged one who hall suggested it: The numerous readers of the Wetlly Jfetet

brute was! well-embarked up n Man What made you tin late at breakfast this who remember the pleasure which the perusal ANNE CLARKE,
go's branch; he pulled his tail, as he had morning of WARP ANDloor atfotded them, will
seen his brother do IIl'fore.JrIlln bruin She hesitated, began with, Because I lie gratified bv the announcement of another
turned awkwardly, and resumed the interrupted 'ouMn'tnlll then, true to her compact' novel from the same gifted pen, while we Ill) AND HOARDING STABLES.: Tuum ST., BET. CENTRE< A ALACIIL-A,
'b and dual not hesitate to assure those who are yet to LIVERY
? chose of Chango. N id, The truth is, I was lazy
The twins continued their'tactics with SlIC. hurry, or I might have been down long ago." litaketheat'gltaiittaiueIlf the author' through; CARRIAGES AND WAGONS FERNANDINA. FLA.,

I t'''s. Whenever the l hear was well-advanced Presently one of them remarked that site our columns that a tine literary treat is in To and from Steamers and Trains.
mi one limb, and dangerously! close to o0)t1' had bt.'C'nl'r)' cold, milling I never was so tore for thchl."TIIROUIIi. DEALER IX THE
twin, th other twin would sally from the cold in m)' \." THE YEARS" I is nt..rv: CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, }:i('. f
other limb and pull his tail. The" silly ani An inquiring look caused> the last speakerto of romantic and historic interest: in which: Choicest, Fruits and Vegetables"" ,.t
mal always would yield to his latent impulse mOlti!',' this htatrmcnt In"tantwith\ the writer in the artistic development of an FOR SALE : ,

of wrath and surfer hiiiL-elfto be diverted' Oh, I +{Wt mean that Of course\ ; I've intensely interesting plot, has blended fact HORSES: BUGGIES, HARNESS;, CONFECTIONERIES: ETC.Blips' .
from the enemy who was almost in been much colder, and don't think it was with fiction and given her readers a vivid CARTS AND WAGONS.iJTERMS .
faithful nival of scenes, incidents '
1 his clutches. so cold after all, prut South Garden JFHWS, Flowers, Farm and
of the
After two 'hours of disappointment he A third remark to the effect that "Mi(i>: andexpenlene'sinthehonie| CASH.-65L

learned 1iU: mistake, lie was! now for the N -allll-su was the homeliest girl in the city," during and imlUl'tUutclattt'r the war. sJ-Ortice amt Stable) } -First Street, near Garden Implements.. ..7 ifv.
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tenth time on Chango's; branch and very near was recalled as stun as maple the speaker It is }'nI'l'rtClIiU\ that, thouglITiIlUt'GIiTill ) Bniom Street Wharf. 4'J-tf! A -
y Miss So-and-so -: YEARS; is a sequel to W.U'XU! K. HAl'K.VKiHT,
In vain,) :;)dragged at his hinder j being l'ulIIIIl'lIl'tt to own that -
! extremity"J he kept grimly on till Mano i was only rather plain instead of being ex- WOOF, the interest of the two stories, is not JAMI..S Mctai.FI.V, AbEXTIIOLESILE ,

1 forced to i-hooMJ between letting go the 1! ceivcly homely.So iu any degree involved.The tenortwelve \\ ASP RET.ULlllTl'uJn
brute's tail or the higher branch which /\ it went on throughout; the day, causing! new tory will run through soothe AND BUILDER:
nibbcribew pOXTRACTOR
..nabll'tl1alm to keep,Jus feet, let go the for- I much merriment, which WW gt.lnaturetlyaeeptel numbers; of the HVrl/y.! New : AND STOCK DEALER: ,
by the Mibjww, and giving rise to w'hodesiretohave'itcuupleteslouuldtend ANDDealer
Jllt'r. could' now retreat no farther, and coiiotant corrections! in the interest of truth. iu their names lit once.HmVcribtion Alachua Street, between Second and Thinl, in Ice.
Chango $;!a year. $1 for ix months.Monev .
beyond the bear'snacho One thing became more situ more surprise
he wasT hardly branch a yard was swaying! more than lag, however, to each one of us"' and that was can be sent I by Money( Order Regis FERNAND1NA: } FLA. TENNESSEE BKEF: A SPECIALTY
the of which our most tl'fl'l.ol'ttl'r, or Express: at our ri:>k.Savannah. from distance BROOM STREET WHARF
the beset wemed' quite aware that amount cutting-down Onlers and t'totimatl'li a carefully ,
ever, and J. n. .*'TIL1.,
rf1er u *' tatcmenU ,tIlun.ll'tl11l1l'r t this new
1 I too Ga. attended to. 25-tf 19tf'EltXSDIX.A, FLA.
pause, he advatslad une of his foreut-t a rule.

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,r, ".1-1" II. J. lIAKiit At 1IKO., .f 0 It IC U.I.1.trll.ll" trials will result in failure, but ultimatelythe LAStt HKVA11TMKXT. |

J: I essential conditions of soil, climate and
JVTK (Cn.Tt'UK.--Samuel: : C. DrotynSeer: ( moisture will be ascertained I and then the Hrllcvinrt' / tlmt it ,trill ?lie: of qs'rut bnirfit:: to innniinftmr '

tary of the New Jersey lluroan Statistics:: growth. of native and naturalized jute, aided. renders to furnish nctHfiilr, infiinnnllfhtnn I
will add the, nf \ \min tlii* l"tntf, whatrltttffn
t by propiv liuvlumical appliances, tiilycrt < nf
215:>> I'onrl St.. Xon fork in ld< nnnual rl'l'ort.lIP the. cultivation
at. to t the wealth of the country a new textile Gu'(' iJrfitiiMtMp, rtc., wr flinll irirr,"/ J
jute in thi country. Hosay : "In our tirt\! 1 resourcescarcely: interior in importance to niunlicr II(', ,I.. >t britf t/xice tn tlii* ."'.jc("t, j

} i .. report reference was made to a gentleman cotton. :S. W,\\TKKimt: : I;.
Ilnuneafradjnfrirs. I
__ = i is M.\XrFVCTTKK-Ks: ar01111ES'1'ER'S wlm had bestowed. tuneli lime and {practical TIIK: :-I'ItT; : : Ih'T.-l'l'r1i1l claims to have -I.Inulsbelnngingtotime
observation in respect to jute culture in In- I discovered the !secret of why farmers: in all United States: may obtained to the extentof I I

; diar lie ha: since written, and in other I II {parts of the country, are \constantly! : com one hundred and sixty acres by an application
: advocated l the I plaining. of hard times Ho( says the farmer Miler the !homestead. law, In (tin- ,
ways intelligently( introduction who owns his land, i'I free I'rlllll Ildll, and has

{ht tea T'T F 1 : : of jute 1'1111111'il1lo I the Middle and tolerable iatproyclucntscnnmt I comprehend I following form : L\sn OKKICK: AT 1

T :Southern :States: UN interest: in the (,)Il''l.t the meaning of "hanltimes.t Hence\ farming Application No. -. Date -, 18-. ,
is the I best maul surest vocation I for the a'
of raw materials of a fibrous\ character I, -, of -, do hereby apply} to enter
mass of- the people general result, it
as n
; under section :2is!:! !iof t the lleviscil Statutesof
unabated The of this
is' name gentleman
: does not lead to wealth and luxury, but it
a z a OR\x.a: ..'nltJI.XI'nJ': :. the United States, I the of section I ,
p i is :SylvesterVaterhnuse; a {professor in ensures: competence, and even abundance., lu Township of Range -, containing) "
To the j.ided, unfortunateunsuessfulbus
Washington University\! at St. Louis, Know acres. -,
iness man, there i is no prospect that looks, :so
Is n compound of the virtues of sarsaparilla : : ing that he was: appointed by the I're-idcnt! enticing/ as that "I'll beautiful: farm well L.\xi O..lnT: -

stillinsia, mandrake, yellow dock, with (Tinier. Formula of (leu'.11. Forre-tcr.! ) as one of the United States Commissionersto improxed) full :stocked and carefully tilled elate---): 11'1I. -.
the iodide of potash I\ll\l'iron, all powerful the Paris Exposition: and that a hide npPtrtlu11ity'tinsdhits It is a luueii, where the corroding core and !I. -% register of the Land Olllce dohereby I
bloorl-making, blood-cleansing\ :: and life-sus afforded for observation life-sapping anxiety "I'n city 1 business: are !. ('l'rlitllllt; the above alication\ i i..
taining elements. It itll: (' purest, safest, unknown ; domain over which he i is king, for surveyed lands of(the class winch the applicant -
m and most effectual alterative medicine Pronounced I (/innvers and inquiry into textiles and other materialsby ami where he may enforce his will undisputed I is legally entitled to enter under :section
.. .known or available to the public. The sciences by Orange; thecry one eminently ipinlilicd: for Midi: :.I'nil'l', by any one. The true pleasure) of a farm :'J-'H:! of the HI"'il4.1llIltlh':: of tin-

of medicine and chemistry have never him by letter, consistent er's vocation consists in his intimate relation United f I State", and. that then is no priorulid /,
produced so valuable a remedy, nor one sopotent ere requested to nature, and. his possession "f all the rational \' Ilth"'I"'C right to the :same
to cure all diseases resultim-!: from with other duties, to communicate the result enjoyments; of life. Why then be -. Register i! .

all Impure scrofulous blood. It diseases.cures 8el'oullani 1 Host .Maim for the Orange TreeFODU1Si'iI1'S of his observationslitleabroad uluichliaye asks, tI.I'| wi- hear !such! a large} number of This application must be accompaniedwith :

Erysipelas, the fibrous farmer complaining that the times: are siterrs'
Rose, or St. Antl ny's Fire, Pimplesand special bearings upon\\ industry.ISefore \ the following ntlld.ivit.LXHKHCKT.
Face-grubs Pustules, Blotches, (; ) we introduce his letter, it is \proper\ tight ? Answering the question! himelf J/"ml'II/"d ,1.11i"'I, ,
': he says it i is because Key t are in debt. (
Boils Tumors, Tetter, Humors, note that l'I'oli':<: Salt Hheum Scald-head
health prevented from accepting thisofficial than the fiat which Date -, I is-, '
Ulcers Sores Uhl'1Imnthmlel'C'urlll was } greater hardship : pro
Disease, Neuralgia, Female Weaknesses : ('OJII-I..I: : JI.\- I trust: but lie afterwards. coiuliiilcd togo 111111\11'\11111' doom of man: to till the soil\ I I. -, of --, haxlng tiled my applicationNo. \ .
for I under section ::2sI!:! !) at'lie
-, an entry
and Irregularities, Jaundice, and earn the bread" by the :sweat of his brow. '
\ i' I11S.: as private indh idiial. War prices and wnrcurrcncyahiIirted: large Revised :Statutes; of the 1'nited :States; do ,
Affections of the Liver, Dyspepsia, a :
Emaciation, and General Debility: /)<'
By its! searching and, cleansing qualitiesIt to make a prompt response! to vour inquiries. which they indulged): by I'hlllJ.I\lg-Illo! debt.!, applicant i N the bead ot"It family or overtwentyone
purges out till foul cOn'lIpliollwhich: The abutilon avinccniue.I the\ cultivation They were not 1'llIth'lIt1I1t securing good. t years of age, whether .a citizenof :
contaminate the blood and cause derangement Fou l E\MtY: l'.\iii CII: )!', of w'hklt011 have! : so forcibly recommendi homes, and lilting them up in comfort\ ; and I the; lInlh"ltllIh':; or has liled his dechiia
and decay. It stimulates nnd enlivens :seemitssusrettiblt') of development into a laying :something by for; a rainy day, but tine of intention of becoming,) such ; that.
the vital functions, promotes energy and source of public wealth. The plant grows they grew hl..ll"lIlli.1' broad aeres'and'lu.xuries : such) application! No. i made' for his m- I

strength;: rl'Mol'I'mllll'rr: er\"l's health, and throughout the West in wildaiul, rank In variance. that only can be enjoyed In lilies, and her exclusive! benefit' and that said entry i ismade

r infuses new life :and vigor throughout tho Prepared on :scientific. principle to produce ;. It has the spirit and I 1'IIf'ndl.ot'; t are but I burdens to country life, )md now, the! for the purpns'o1 actual settlcmVnt I I \
f whole system. No sufferer from any disease : conquest.Vith Invasive march. it Im+ taken pressure of debt is fell, and the cry Is hard and (cultivation and not directly or Indirectly

which arises from impurity of tho a large yield JUT acre.Au possession: of large tracts of Its tenacity limes," If we covld only teach one I, for; the n! blood need despair who will give _\\"EU'Sns.PAltILLA of life and rapid I spread render its cultivation I. with force to farmers, says 'l'ose, it 1'1'1''l.t whomsoever: ), and that 1 have not heretofore I '
.'. ::;.\ a fair trial. a far easier task than extermination.There be this : Make yourselves' independent. Owe had I the benefit of wit section I 2'2!S'). ; i
It is folly to experiment with the numerous an* to-day, in the suburbs, of :St.; \liouis, no man anything. Make your business! !snug} ,
10w-pricel1lUixtun' of cheap materials: stalks of abutilon; eight feet in height/ It i is and safe, 1 Instead I expensive; and risky Sworn to fund !subscribed this day of ll I I

and without medicinal virtues, offered as DKM.Kits claimed. that the fibre i Is superior to hemp in TItI'I11111 can sit down by your \ I hearth[., before -, Register I: or Receiver. ?J, '
o : ix l
;,k}: blood-puritierM, while disease becomes uioro whiteness, :strength, durability and cheapness sides, and if "hard times" look IHIt the This aflldavit: may be made: before! the t
firmly seated. AVER'S SAIUAFAUILLA a of production. Unlike Indian jute, window you can laugh in his! rlll'l'-.I,1Jjr. register or receiver' or if actual settlement / '
medicine of such concentrated cheapest PRIME: .Amuct'; ..niltA T. CHEMICALSSULPHATE : abutilou needs no lilt ur Ii ZII tI 011. To the JI'pi.I'r hits been made, before the clerk of the court '

power, that it i is by far the best, manor horn, it exhibits: a stubborn determination for the county within which the i land: I is situated
;a and most reliable hlood-puriner known. ; AMMONIA, I i is not SILEITYUUIilhcrSEED1'eareinfurmiurl: : : the
to ierbitage.1'hy if for good cause! applicant cannot
; Physicians know its composition, and pre* utilized that much larger area will he planted
t this ? If it in France, before I the register or receiver
plant grew come :
scribe it. It has been widely used for forty rice this than has been planted in
confidence 1ITHA'fl'OU: :; ,\, the French Government; ever sagaciously I year ever such good cause would be bodily ingrmlty
years, and has won tho unqualified this: county before, and we are also informed
of millions whom it has benefited. watchful her; new sources!' of public wealth, that for rice will bo or distance.On .
machinery elating ready
r SUPER PHOSPHATE LIMK:, would encourage its cultivation by the otter tiling this! application and ntndavit" the
r ,; Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., of liberal bounties, and stimulate\ \ inventorsto hero in: to time be little for the selection coming or choice arajajcurt \ ,o. of Them varjtics receiver will 'issue his receipt' for the fees, "

Practical anil Analytical CliemlaU, SULPHATE: OF POTASH, the discovery of tho best process for treat for seed kind that can ho had I is which will be. iw follows : On forty acres! ;
t lug the fibre by) prizes generously pl'OpOI'- any seven dollars, of which six dollars is to be \
i' Mass. We that this must he
NITRATE OP POTASH. tioued to the magnitude of the interest. A Planted 5(11 the:so so 1'IIlt1llt time time of entry ; and on Hit( acres, \
but bo
this for future there should
haseuet1 t'tivelydey.lolCIthe dollars of which fourteen dollarsis
l'oliC'whh'h : eighteen !
examination and selection such is made
-- MURIATE 01rOTA H textile[ resources of France would presumably as : I t<> bo paid at time of entry, thc balance to !
In seed for other Wo Ill&111&0
;i' 'LAC C3'13 be alike beneficial to the manufacturingIndustries crops. examined be paid when certificate issues.: Lands ac ',
of seed rico that
t' ( of the United States! If personal every sample we tinder the homestead laws liable
: quire are not
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER SULPHATE MAONESIA could and find them mixed ; line
PAD badly
I get, ,
wishes! could control legislative action, my dark for any debts prior to the 1 issuing of the
'" ripe, plump grains are mixed with ('nlort.'CI,01'1l'111t' -
KBTBB GITI HA.II.CAIt own \"OlIllll\ntidputc New Jersey in then-fit-,
1 BB MABB ASI STBIIKITH DIIIBID. LAII SULPHATE: ..' SODA, immature, shriveled grains to patent
the of this policy.The The the homestead after the
r adoption : taking
TWICB A Lone.Siiiuu party
such an extent that in tho best sample (hero
offer of bounties In country which: expiration of live yean" from the time of entry
) Onset without Bnutag! tbi Syitia.CtJBBi n' were nut more than filly tent, that
I'uro Ground Bone. per
Strictly <<
% make final and has
throughout! its: history has! fostered domestic should bo used to plant for n ltIOlll'rup"' cnn'npply to proof, i
industries by the protection of n tariff assuredly two )' thereafter within wnieh) to make
CkillsaadVerer, wsi The dark grains damage the sale even if ripe (11
c needs! no defence. If it be wise to discourage and large. Thl! unripe grains cannot t III'I'IICrtn entitle the party to receive I
; produce
2 Ii Complaigt t. the Importation of foreign produce goustruins{ Then there are different patent.. Tho proof required i.s: that ho has

Bjjpepsfl lia, Our circulars give full l particulars, and ore by mean of a tariff, '(' substitutes ) he varieties of upland rice ; one sample shownus resided: upon or cultivated the land for theterm

, mailed free to all applicant) They will in* ifnpi ilitlo to develop native by the is entirely: different in form to any other of five years immediately mil-ceding the
bestowment of bounties. Even: if Individual time of filing the aflldavit for ( and 1 that t
Intcre tccl- In 'ntr
< l KenolDeu.Rheumatism tercstyouif you are Agricul* that wo have seen, and wo ask any of our
A of mich land has been d ,
tare or Orange Culture. 15-Cm enterprise would ultimately accomplish the friends 'if they know it, or I if they have heard no part except /

._u .__ __ .._ ___ result, e of the State would secure of it, In shape this rice is! Hat am\short, an provided in tC'tlOI 25$, which ul.
Costwneu, Till FLORIDA its attainment. Our legislature: compared with the common\ article ; it 'is: low, mile to ,bo made for church, school or"
Female can well afford to encourage experiments shaped much like kidney, has a denton railroad purjMises: : and that he will bear true I
whose success would enrich time nation. The Ito side below the I'rlH' tho hull is not so allegiance to the Government of the UnitedStaten.

Weihess, AND IMMIGRATION( (,O II'A'Y expenditure of a few thousand\ dollars may tightly attached, and I is therefore much easier This proof being made to the satis v
; LAND return of millions. Thohlte of the register and receiver, a ('('rU f. r
Sick t Nerrou bring ti many to hull ; the bran I is also! moro\ loosely lwtol
Headache. a w' OFFERS: : crop' of India 1 is 1I0W'uhollt a half million held than in the ordinary varieties, HO thatit I i issued' which entitles: the party tn mipmttent \
tons worth at least $.'\O.IOonoll.) and .
a ,
year I is whitened with very little; trouble! i: innici .
These Pids lure all Olseaies br Absorption. No the cost: of the foreign I fibres\ : annually Imported : wo 11I11111111& sample oi u ucaten fit n -- 1
M edld ne are UVpii 'into the United States is than JOLD ]
tntothe Stomach. The I'ada are worn over the fit 800.000'r'H more common mortar that was us! whito and quid1as JlSCOJ"ElUES
of the Stomach covering: the Great Nerve Ccntir. $'IOOi)0X)0.) ( ) /. If any considerable i>ortion of nice in up|>oiirance as: store riceVo have Sloth : and America art now much

Tonicl also the ab Liver orbed and tbecirralatlon Btomach. A gentle of the VeBrtabIs Blood D>1 Of the mostA'IKSIIiLI.1NI tbe-so large values! can he created and savedby only n small sample, and tho party wo obtained excited 1-:111'0111 (certainty of vast and rapid

Ltver.purity In"the Blood.lUmulatlnr LlrrratMi domesticgrowths.theundertakingwouldseem it from had but little ; it was in somu iiciiuisitlon to the IItcl'k of precious metals m
rr Aianeys to> healthy action, and ftrenKthPoinK the : to be especially worthy of 1 legislativepatronage seed he obtained n few years ago on the St.uhn's ; (fold nu silver are unquestionably 'in process
Btomacbtodir.tfood.!( PRICK or PAP *t AXD' 11 ::: : ) UESIRAHLE
J:4CH.:. SoLO *T ALL DRUODIT,,Or aent by Mail As it |ly 'certain' that ulmtilon ,/ This, crop deserves attention, and of gradually cheapening-t'hcupcnlng
() EXPftIIl. can be produced in limitless quantities' : it by a pl'I'IIC.'r i selection! of seed will pay hand in their general rlltiol1 to other values,
l'4LTllIo..1I1J1.Manufactul't'd at 1 $11. NOBTH LIBXKTT ST, LANDS IX THE would u IN)1uatiy| be tho wisest course to confer 1101 11 ely,Jaiiteieitle Sun.Tnrt and their rtlttil.t values must be considerablyaffcctcil i
the upon the inventor of the long ; for although the in
IIOUSKY: CO., Agents, best for the fibre. Tho \'r.rCIf-tol.: \\', R. Stuart, hetro
STATE: OF FLORIDA, process' disintegrating i In, In silver, it in much heavier
33-iJm) Feniandina, FIn. old system of manual treatment is too ,slow* of Ocean Springs: ]last full' Hllwt'CIIIlI. of the in CI''we gojd, and( this increase 1 is on silver

and costly. Unless! tho fibre can he quickly native vetch, found all along the Gulf coast, every day The discovery of KaillJI 1 hound.
MONCRIKK: IIOUNK, At only $1.25 )per acre to new settlers, with and economically prepared by chemical or and it I Is now fully grown, (April 2,) and the to lend u new Impetus to the of gold
mechanical of abu seeds, on some of them rrl'('. /(1'IwlI.11
cultivation /, in America, and I Miihtanttally (
the privilege of selection in parcels of 40 : equivalent
T>Y MIIS. BUFFINGTOX, tilon must prose u failure.I At the present' winter, and furnished green food from December to u renewal of the sup,'oscul exhausted ores
acres or more Those land.- are located on moment our great" ne'llis a cheap and effective until April for cattle and deer, The all over the world. All of them wi, IKworkeil -

COKNEK OF 1'IJJE AND FonSYTII STREETS, and adjacent to the line of the method of Heparuting the fibrous! from seeds dropped: 1 in April rt'lI1l1ll1ll11rmant until over, )probably' with a far (' f' '
the ligneous part of the stalk ,With the the fall months! when they germinate Milt than that huttiteoriginalpnxcss./ ,
h Jacluouville. Fla. high price of labor) in this country, IHlIIII&II- and produce lino winter food for ('attlo. It (Jeorgia will MOOII be known u secondOphlr
ATLANTIC, nuu'XIJ WEST: INDIA preparation of the fibre can successfully grows well in winter on ground set in Her- and will largely 'increase U1 her wipplle.

TERMS $1.50 '.A 82.00' I'ER DAY, TRANSIT CO.'S R. R., trnnL'ctc'with the cheap hand work of India. mudn and other grasses. On rich land 'it The Maine and other of the old
The inventor of a cheap ami rapid means of ought to produce two tons of hay to tho .'Carotlu.i, stores of gold, alllt is

.t According to Location of Rooms. disintegrating the film of 'hemp, jute, ramie, acre. It consists, of a vine with leaves something not to be touIJt'11 dldU111 the sharp and eager )r

extending from FKRNANDINA: on the Atlantic abutilon, and the allied mallows, will not / liko tho cypress' ; vine and produces illiCit, lutl 1II'I'IJVet mlneralogical investigation -
only net-lire for himself, but will also enjoy small peas with pods an inch 'in length.Tho .. the work of gold dis
THIS WJLL-: HOUSE IS to CKDAR: KEY: on the Gulf coast, 1.llrl'll
KXQWX the rare distinction of having created a new vino I Is sometimes\ six or seven feet In on thin continent, but all
centrally }located, and having been renovated thus! affording .to the I proilucer cheap, con and valuable industry. Such an inventor l1lJth.'e hoj.e others will obtain the c'OV'r world, will continue to be attended

throughout will be kept on a ttrst-chiss btant and rapid transportation to the best would be the Whitney of another development seeds of this .Southern vetch, and sow them, with surprising lit Increasing. time ,
house. The Proprietress having had ex- in textile wealth. It U a reproach to and bring this. valuable article. Into notice. auriferous wealth re.'ult The whole ,
l>erienco both North and South, will stare market American ingenuity that an industry/\ which They should lie gathered In April, for\ tho world I U now in lalkhul and with i
no rainy for the comfort of her i
making the house home-like us any in the, R. R. embrace should be HO insignificant in tho United They could bo collected ami sent to New Orleans sign of Pro videlicet hat there IIl't'1 should tlolle. I

City' 3:3: -tf States. It 1 is indeed surprising that the inventive seed stores, and advertised, and wo ty of it, and the world cliMuver"y I practical I ;

genius of our countrymen, which have no doubt they would find u ready sale. exx>rlence that gold, after all, Is Jut true
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. EVERY VARIETY.' .SOIL; has Achieved such splendid triumphs over Entomologists inform us that there are wealth.

greater difficulties, doc not address itself to about\ thirty 11C.\t'2f| \ of Insects which\ suM+Itt: The English JUIIMT* are now full of vast

Spencer house the solution( a problem tui rich in j>o*.ible on our garden vegetables, Taw grape vine gold discoveries in nouthern India, which
to be found\ in the State, a large pro|>ortion result. has: ulxmt fifty insect cncmicx ; tho apple 11 proving a m-cond (Oolcomhi. The New

$T. M.\ vV, fiKORiilA, being peculiarly adapted to the culture of i Every; f\Jl'wal'cllitepln\ the diversification of tree seventy-five' ; tho different shade trees York Ouunnrrcutt lJuMil, which furnishes .

HUII-TBOPICAL! FRt"JTS and Early Vegetable, our production is' an aulvan.etowarul+ an industrial have over a hundred. ; wheat, barley and an editorial nummary thC statements t
A oats fifty. The ..mated I annual destruction ,
indq>endence of the Old World. some of the I't" 'remind one
J. \\'. THOMPSON, of the House and The Jar e, Cbmjxtct Jiixlitt of TinJter of by iiiMccU in tho United' says "IIK
Kearsarge variety of industries is a basis of selfreliance !'fIlIt'rtv of the earlier digs If the California mining(
White Mountains, Proprietor. make these lands worthy VAtlEFUI. EXA3IIXATJOX a source of national wealth and asafeguard States! U as high us i$l/rlIslllrl/ A great In thedistrictof Devalu, for Instance,
Transient rates !$!..0 Liberal portion of this loss might/ he prevented by c.'l'az t
: IHT day. by manufacturers of LCMUKB against commercial depressions.The we reel of ""piect-s of gold as large on a titan'sburtd
terms made to those desiring board by the AND NAVAL STORES. agricultural and mechanical art tendto the preservation! of many different kinds of found m the Pandi River' ," ali on the

week. 11 tf strengthen each, other and to preserve 1.lnl"-\'rw Orl'lIl1' J'ictiyitnf Hlo]>e of the Needle Rock range, "nuggets as 1
communities from a general prostration of THE Germuntown; tj>h 'has this to say big as two !hands could conipa.s." On the
METROPOLITAN DINING NEW: SETTLERS: business intercuts. One of the ,iirosjierousresult { of the dlura: "We notice that the dwfa ill Paijdi i IvlIJ'luw the Perishola (crossing ,

ROOMS, of a cultivation of abut lun would In-ing recommended I again for cultivation, "layers al inch thick" have bl'CI ,
probably) IKS a revival in the culture of flax but l we are glad to see that the advice isugalmtt brought to light.

(Opposite the Post OtHce,) Purchasing land from this company are fur and hemp.( ,Fabrics ilcxigned for certain the nuisance so far north as IVnnxyl* An tJh'lll 1 rt'Jllrt to the Home Revenue

I. nlshed with entire free INUUrIeon the Trail commercial U,CM are improved by a combination ,'una'e/ ..lIaUnot say whether or not It \riullrllle.'I'trtll'lt b'V'thL gold-

T> II. 1IOHIRK, PBOPBIETOK. hit Railroad for family and |II'J''IIlIIul f'tfrt1sto of these fibre with jute, and consequently cuts be raised( here, for fear that some may It.trhlK Il' :J/Iluar.lil
an cxten-ive employment of the one lie\ taken in by it ; but we do nay that if any and highly auri\'rll... ( (can L.
the station nearest the land purchased. will imply an increased demand for the almoHt dish of earth
PRIVATE AND TRANSIENT: llOARDINfJ.Iains Itody were to secretly plant a lid of It uiion TITLE COMPLETE, being derived by other our premise some moonlight night, ana we can l is dug and I gold mining( will soon be es-
BO.\KD RE.Vrtox.iBLE.:! : fcpareil to grant from the Tinted States and purcluise Jute is (too bulky for distant transportation. should ferret him out, it would! rile u. ('(IIIIcrlfhly tallhe1 at an bu inn orta11t Ilcultr of turn th
suit cu-stomers.: 17.3411: The freight would consume the profit .\ ) and we should expect' 'him to troy j Gold India, >tcountleJM
( the State of Florida.
rom Factor!** for the m-jmrution of tho fibre lamagcu.LAKT 1111011 of cheap laborers to mine
FOR RENT.SEVERAL should! he erected in the nl'lghlturluJIIII ofproduction. It, means great dtl '

: NICE ROOMS: FOR RENT Then the abutilon, which\ : \* II' )'ear3ysbuahelaofryewere )produced We submit th 1'1lltl are more
('OnnlSI'oSUEXCIfoiJ.CITtU: )
: .
CITY MART, corner of Cen luxuriantandeasily r.1IwuuId! apparentlyeven in IVnnyalvania. The straw U cxteii* than promising for iuh I plenty of gold a.
at market rate yield the farmer rely usetllu the manufacture of l"'IIt'r and its
tre and Third Street present may i ell the eager aptite| *>f devotees;
Also:! the second btory above Messrs.: f PyilellA Dt.K'riptire1'16 and citcrtAiu mailed on a profitable return for hi* labor the quantity harvested was not numcient to ami though it Is not tut fashionable a ante

Uro., corner Mia and Third Street ( apply to the.culti supply the home demand. Larger Ln1.1tJtI1f it wan to prate about the eullutiness! of greenback
)(. I>OWXI32tf -:\-. application. tVakeiIfofiuestieijuteIii the North, liut liiiid are being annually grown to thU I *, yet thetli i>o ition now beginning to
In the aty Mart, CII.VS. W. LEWIS: I have not at all relinquished my belief in grain, which It really more profitable than how iUelf to taut with gold .rather than

Land CommissionerOffice the ibility of naturalizing Indian jute wheat. tined to Ilen' For t&t

PRINTING, In every style, and at cor. B acli and Seventh fits. In time South. The condition of mcttawmu THCKC U a great demand among farmer artwrswtofltrade paper of the right f

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: 'JiIJ 1'. :B'.LOH.lnA :NJJHO:, H. TiLinx on HAYAIW. making, pcrhuis| the most: t rapid !strides to EI)11'ORLIt. C)1tSl-0 'IJ"'(, I meat Richmond. urn the Jnmes is I picturesque -

1 .'. -.-: [ To those of ns who have linen reared at I wealth of any in the Union, and where consequently ATI.INTt.( f U.. .1'1'1 ::. 'I' and. interesting city, and the evidenceof
I thero the likelihood. of The traveler rVrnandinu by the its( extensive industries.: the large tobacco -
most< :
the South was :
'.I rmw.t 1: 31.1' }' 1, 1880i :; the :story of "Urf Wolf and llr' I [ leaving
and.l homes (Cumberland Route has little episode warehouses, immense flouring mills.and .
i llubbit, as told by the old jiiuiiimas of the I obtaining employment) ; nneIv'hteh a pleasant

i : Tltl; JIEC11.f41'Ifr. TJt.llIS.It plantation] is: ]perfectly. ft: nil littr as one of I also. had. the benign intluence of a of tratcl in the four, htnes' run to l runswick. I extensive foiindorios and iron works:

I recent convention ol1 manufacturers those folk-tales:! which., although unknown- Republican: State: administration, and where Fl'rlllllll presents, I very pretty I show that manufactures are .l'o.l'f'II;

i in Northern city, a member said : "If thepresentsystent to .1':"ol', Mother( Goose Oritiiscr( "' : or La I consequently[ the color( of the immigrant's: appearance from the water and,.. one is im South: t slowly t but surely.! .

of manufacturing I is eontinaied Fontaine, will, hi their instiuctheness\ : compare skin ought to have been a sulllt'lent I passport.On : pressed with the bounty and capacity: of its I I WTo .1pri12i. .

in twenty year* :skilled mechanic: 'i'4 will favorably with any told !by them. the other was: ItulimutaaSlateuarto. : the land-locked, Ill'bll and the mind looks: forward ,I I"I Washington i* more and 1 more: becoming! ,.

Have to 1 he> obtained from aliroud," assertion : The wolf having the rabbit) in its power, sources of labor abundantly supplied' with to thl'Irobabl. future which will make resort! the session of Congress.: Those

S would scent tit first 'sight! to be improbable ticked him whether he would bo' thrown It, of comparatively poor soil, the price of a ('IIi.h.rbl'lty. on the shores. : of Amelia of us who during can appearance forty, or

; hut if we will look into theinuttorJind into the lire or into the, "rallllIt.II1I-1.: ., This: I I /land ]high l and but little atailable for homestead 1..lnl.l. to which nature seems to have: contributed r'all.
( ago, see very greatchange
r compare the present: with the past: we cunning rabbit addressing, the wolf as I entry, and in the hands of Democrats.) ( till that I is essential: : for building upa \'l'l twenty and)marked years improvement.I Within

may well believe that it will he .so. No nation 'brother". (just as, editors do sometimes') And yet they were turned away: from that commercial port of no II'al Inl lltllll'. I that period the Capitol has: received the addition

r individually III' collectively\ has :shownMich I :said : 1'lease, Mr.' Wolf, t throw me i in de Republican: beaten and forced:I into this The inside route gives n.distant. viewof t the I ,I of its new wings: and the elevation of

) J. progress' )111 invention, especially: 1 { in lire where I'd !he nice and warm ; ihm't Iemiuirutiilidl.) : They were told. I by, these picturesque' ruins of ]I 1111 H':<", the home I its, dome ; nearly all the pnbliehuil11imigs

r tools, machinery and tnechun'there: I is throw me in de humuhly, bush: -don't I lr.! friends: of (heir's that the people' of I':at6: its of General (Greene; all the burial place of ,I 101ll' have been erected, and present more than

.scarcely an article, from a pin, to a ('111 IIIi\, Wolf, psi-e| -a-s-e: don't." Then I'.r.: : Wolf stood waiting on the river banks with ;gunsto General; Lee of revolutionary falll'. Gliding I I half the has been Of the former

('lItC'el14tl'lIlII engine; from) a simple toy to a fay : :No, I haje! to throw you in de brambly prevent them from coming into their territory. amid the ;green meadows and calm waters t h lt. ill prominent' hlllt -the National
chronometer of the greatest delicacy, hut bush" This, was: done, and the rabbit! t :Shame: upon you, upo-tles of citllixution of the sounds: like pretty inland: lakes. fringed. 1'l"lm."t l Willard's.
( ((then Iiruw n's) and
is i now made hy ingenious machinery: finding. its: fourfect' upon their native : !! Is it right for you to drive voters to will the wooded, shores: and !11 salt meadows I It Metropolitan was: then a city of mngniliccnt distances.Now .

which automatically $eizt': + the rude, coarse, I I heather," $: scaniiered] of with a derisive :song the poll-' with guns; ., and. wrong for, us to : so pleasant to the eye, the scene is. : from the terrace of the Capitol -

raw material, and hy successive manipulations exultation! leaving Itrother \\'olrto ponder drite Ih'llIIIWIIV' ? one continued. and varied beauty and looking
henutithl'city -
., turns out a perfect and complete 1 I I over his: own stupid (innocence.Wo You hate beguiled these poor people, who ;gives: I f"lflllh.1111 to the hvveirralirttrlM ( I large, COIIIIHt111 is still largelya pn'scnts

} i I" article, more I'mi-lied: more accurate\ and: i are continually told by our\ 11'11"11-1: specially trusted. you, into deserting their :, : prettily' ;along the !shore, city I''l.lf of boarding-houses' eye.' J, but it very has become

cheaper than if fashioned hy hind '1'" I Insure I can brethren' that the only' chance) of Demo I) homes nnd going into country where but the supposed: I demand: of utility hate

I m this I labor-saving machinery has: to he l'l'litit'w''el':< ''' 1 is: nominate; TII." :s, that he I II. 1'0111101'them which\ and they wherest.irvutiotrund were unprepared:'I diseaselay win 1011I'I.t made its: miter front : lumber, )al',1111, detracted the taries fI..hllll and. of late 'l'r/ for, ...!'-"lIatlt1'to build line(' .

e II ;,-lIidc'lllIlItl< presided( over hy men of a high is. such: a wonderful manager, and.. wind up in wait for, them, merelyto serve your : from th,- l'l'lt.of the n. Tfic.steamboat private'pnrlll'nt1"1,1.., and thus the city isgrowing '-

order nf mechanical intelligence, hut' it has \\ithni\ingns,: to understand that he I is, the I ,,1It1. They wllll.rohlllh'l.e, deceit'oil again" landing 111ll'ail"'a,1, I depot do not h The number of people living in the

I t h'OC: : !forgive/ you, for they are m.t'a forgiving na hotels and hoarding-houses: 11Il'II"e.
which for fifty\ years were skilled I mechanics hand they tell us I.VYAKH: cannot( possiblywin ture. What i is. left of, them will no doubt be tion during t the warm c'a'ol at the !station war, the railroads: the I0 t-ntiice 1'lilcl-

i! I in the many\ trades. ., which made the useful: that the awful speech at Dover) t twenty dragged; emaciated and. clothed in rags: : to introduces: the gnat alllo"'plto) III appreciable tions, the public lands: the"claims: of all d"scriptions -

iis well as the ornamental: articles: in use. years lI o will prevent) his: ever being Presi i I- vote as: you wish ; but for every vote so cast quantities; !1IIIIl'I1 impatience to tiloth"I'wl"l.II'il )
the :< of ('OllcrCl'.I
ten 11111111.allt1 honest Republicans: will vote 1IIIt
In those : at Iirunswiek. : -
days village had its dent.Do :
: every : carpenterMuek.smith '
against: you, ami. you will be overthrown 1I1111tIalltIol other interests which are :subjects, of
: ,,wagon-maker, :shoemaker: tailor, they really think that the Democratic worse: than C\'c'I'I"/'llre./ W.TUSTIMo.NV .\1.1' Ial''hl;olt :
I r.i Ie., and each :hop had one or more journeymen party: i is: so simple as. all this: ? Wo own we OK
and apprentice* who practically have done many stupid things, : but none sosublimely I The4"llIIle: Kxodus. (Committee was on appears to enter another town, wllle.1 you tlll"all-or transact business.: : ,.

learned the trades and hecameskillful! I in theuse ,stupid, as: to hl.lithnt the Republiean : I Friday enabled through: the testimony: of Il'lr' upon inquiry, I is lirnnstvick in reverse :
well l recollects the
of tnu1+. Now, however, the :small establishments : zealots: are going,, tell the tl'utllill I II ( ieuterul'flu nnuus: "'. Co'ntvay and of the witnesses on its land side. Comfortable : T I whom" :Senator; Windoiu; bail: broughtforward the Senate in the days Webster, Clayand
found large manufactorics ; interest .sometimes tell it in their :; rough road. bring us to )faeol a goodbreakfast
: are rarely ; our They : to prove conclusively: t the negro Calhoun Of those who then tilled the
hy machinery) cheap and unskilled: own but never in; 011\i.: With the !simple; exodus I was: a scheme to Rcpuhlicunize: / Indiana. : at Browl'" lintel The intellectual Senatorial seats not one remains. Judge

!labor, furnish consumers: : and the oIl I-t titue i story( above quoted before him, the Democratic Conway' of1'ubiie, who was Instruction! at one time in Louisiana :Superintendent ; part of human nature is: nl"'l gratified by Davis/ reminds one, it is i true, of Dixon H.

11uulc-]learned mechanic i is rarely found. wolf need. not have much' brain or use the perusal: of (IIOIl'H eX'l.lellt daily, the
there 1 is
but who size but
has recently' I interested: himself Lewis, in his great ; no acknowledged -
Apprenticeship; as: formerly I is not known ; it'l'ry long to decide as to which the frightened in Kansas politics' testified that he came to Tetfyrnjtfi nml Jfetsniyrr., The breakfast,. the) Clay, Webster Calhoun. Politicians -

l f f the ordinary mechanic of to-day is. ordinary "Republican' rabbit really wishes: and Washington: : last: t full and had a conference daily paper, the w'l.lh'rt.l\airoII.It'lot. not their seats.
: ,
; ; indeed, and does: not compare: favorably this time it will not be thrown into the bush: with Mr. Hayes and /acli. Chandler./ The with its d\'i and (hlglll Ittl\'ht\ : 11.1 I'tutl'len in occupy( Kdniunds
result of this was! an agreement that the tidenl' Sitting along one row are Conkliug, -
with the mechanic of who; but into the tire to he burnt to ashes. well built' ,streets in vicinity of the .depot ,
I V,' a generation ago, : Thl'i negro immigration should he turned from and lllaine, Republican leaders. On
. went to u, trade. and served a long term under childlike cunning of this attempt to hoodwink Kansas! to Indiana, Illinois and Michigan.( all give I plousunt .111'11414101 to the the other .side ISayurd, Thurman, (001'1.101 ,
then went to Indianapolis' and saw passer-by: and first t : to be
r the personal: instruction: t and supervisionof us: .shows; a decline in the mental condition Conway und other known but seldom do
John C.! New, Chairman of the RepublicanState wcl Jl'n ; 1
lasting :<. n good hotel gives character
1 .' a master workman. the proprietor ; generally of our enemies! that would no doubt Committee; Judge Murtimlide, and OIC Onl'l any of thc:a :enutll talk to full :seats. The
\ tho apprentice was an inmate of the excite a great deal of !sympathy if they did Colonel Holloway, Postmaster. They told and respectability to a town, und u galleries! arc occupied by u shifting crowd of !

household, and often social advantages( of not .show] so much of that impotent malice] for him that they could take care of fl/XW or 10-. poor one is of injury. mere who consult their diagrams
ono negroes: {in Indiana. Tho witness! then The railroad from Macon to Atlanta is. remarkable II ht-'l't
this! kind led to' the advancement of the.young" the Snuillwood family was distill.
and level their glasses to discover the l-
went to Governor( St. John of Kansas: and IO
for the absence of I the uniformity I.
apprentice' { when ho had satisfactorily guished. Where I is that'glorious intellectwhich the scheme of colonizing the negroes in Indiana : bridges, bilities. There is, however, one of permanent

-} completed hid term. once placed the Southern outrages! sovividly was explained and agreed' to. Agentswere of grade. and the smoothness of thettc.k. I auditors-the colored visitors cas-4 win

Already this subject i.s attracting the attention l before the Northern mind us to keepcold then sent South to Cairo and other The rllllljtrnwth of the towns alongthe appreciate a seat and an
and the induced their cU'thloll' CI"plute
places, negroes to turn roiid residences
h'uutifll : ,
e of thoughtful men, and in "some of shivers: running up und down its buck steps! towards Indiana, being toll that the many the extensive und innumerable for a nnp. I saw the ushers repeatedly;

the larger cities the experiment is .being 111111 make its decently-brushed! hair .stand on Kansas: people were standing thi riverbanks pretty In14tll':, waking up the {table gentleman with a reminder -

made of attaching. to the public school. a end in state of rigidity, compared to which and tiring at the steamers '( ] (lhlrl: und the well cultivated appearance that was not a free lodgiug-howse,

i I system of tt'lidIIJl/C'hr/: ;''l :Jpraclicid, lessons: the thequill of the"fretful |rcupIne"were weak the Indiana excMh\lter men < Then mentioned he went, andrejiortcd back to the similar .stretch of the of l'OUlltt'country'that; far surpasses I recallin any but !soon' oJ I went the sleepy eyelids and

1 c; 'I use, of tools. This! I Is done. by furnishing and flabby? Alas I their audiences are too what he hud uo'e. Witness was asked why of the W States. lan gently 'fell the nodding head. They comr

( work room.s: withtauterlals, iron, wood I, etc., busy or too hard-hearted to listen to its repetition he bad thus persuaded: thc lelrOl'1 to select tiny c'th'r : and stay, day'by'day, outside of the Capitol
shows the
blacksmith' tools tho of the dismal t und just where Indiana us their future he answered Georgia everywhere signs tbt-
i forges, carpenters': : story through / they occupy
: that it was because: his forth e and consequent: prosperity ; her theound'I
:,; pupils, under the direction l.of a Kkilllcd! mechanic the groans of sympathy ought, to come in, Republican party He thought it IU\'I would be industry tlnuncial condition is the best of Southern benches in great numbers and sleep ut will.

t \ .learning the right\J:; and skilful way to they dcpurt saying. "I'll see you ]later," or a benefit to the country)' to let that party remain State, and i Is probably equal any to that of The CUtul of the Senate i.s a general in- ,

t itsu! ti tool und gradually;.advancing to the something; equally unappredative. What in jHtwer, and so he used every means uth'niol and attention to private Luine.
to effect that The any1Vestert State her : are in
more skillful 1 fashioning of uconiplctc work. has caused this decline in u once great brain purpose. Rl'l'uhli'tUl'lrt"lie ; r\lroul11 l back in their chairs: and listen to
thought was inn higher state of l' good order and, accommodate portionof
I very
These sehoors, no doubt, will be of more or How many tons of phosphorus will\] it take thou than the Democratic. It would therefore the s-peuker. The, inattention\ i i.s the case
the State and her growth
I less advantage, but \\o fear the very class to restore! it, and whether it i is worth the cost, be u good idea to make Indiana Republican \ mUufaduJ'l'of even in interesting a discussion: as that
i: hey urc designed assist will not avail them- arc questions: we must leave to some other lie[ acknowledged ]having J'l''l'lVl'llItwl'en all kinds has been rapid IHIIIrliuble. of the Kellogg-Spoflbrd, case. In the Representative -
$'JOu and -$300 for his Il'I''l':4,1: Sound and united politcally, with her labor ]
elves of them the' results of the'many and deeper political cconwomist. hull it is worse, and to the casual
/ : ; agricultural } said he lost $;11) by Xach Clmllcltr'l! system well and satisfactorily adjusted -
t' .'.f" colleges) !show that the farmers' The iII-li:<;,,'ul:<<'lI. fear which the machinists His whole testimony, WI\ given deliberately with un industrious! laboring population observer it I"Cell strange thut hlln1' can s

:. .lnlll1o not attend theme From the present : of the Republican' party have of the and plainly.caused enishdentblcselmsatiomu be transacted: at all amidst such noise and i
of both she i is her title to
to the Democratic members races: maintaining
.t I outlook, skilled mcchaiHcs tiuight in American nomination of SKX.VTOU H.\y.\uollt one of the giving cunfnsIon'but: in fact the hu'lll' is done t
of the committee the very evidence they the proud name of the Umpire: Itutl'. Her
? 'I Khojw tire decreasing'every year, and we most hopeful "signs: of n revived national have hitherto been vainly seeking and which securities: rank with the best of any other by the committees in tll'iu'ummitt'e-tI01'

,tr hull have to return to the old system of apprenticeship honor. Even they do not think HO ill! of tho they did{ I not expect' to from 1 witness: the Union, and she has money in and the open Il'ISioll of the House: are only

1. or depend on mechanics: who) American people, 1 but that they believe! a pure summoned by the opposite side.. ]'l'.tiunlt Ir treasury 'I"'. arenas for gladiatorial display, hits und re I

learn .their: trades abroad, where the apprentice character! and a high mind have the j ower aUAXT porter-speeches! for lumcomlie und remarks
invincible W.HEPUJILICAN 1'8'BUUTWELL RICHMOND: V.t., April !. to l IS printed in the Jlfvord,
I system prevails, where the same completeness to together an army. General' Grunt, Culr ) very ft'll'nt-
and requirements; are rigidly maintained testimony to the of the Southern I have known Atlanta for many years: ]ly never uttered all 611 the floor of tint
gave sincerity
CIVILIZATION INIITIlE and am always surprised at e"er'Iocit: to see House. There l is ut ]least thut amount of
I, i and where a diploma of faithful service Ill said : .From the assurances It
,, !is looked upon! with us much pride as u IXIHAXA' EXOVV& they Ilolie I believe they are sincere, und I' its wonderful progress. Tho Atlanta of today time saved, und it is cheaper] to print even

.. Jntreloueut'dcgrt'e of a university: so far an' The testimony of General Con way iw to hope they expressed the :sentiments of the has hUll u recognizable feature of its what u member has not said titan tn listen i

1 I i'omixitcncy is: concerned. The system of the exodus of negroes from North Carolina great majority, for united one people, earlier days. Before the war it was u town to him, unless he ]has something valuable to

i i apprenticeship! now done away with in this und Virginia! into Indiana, I js extremely' ins united as rivals in building up our of expectations:, and showed its newness in say. Of course there are men
I 1 ('on.ntrr.JIU.'" more and more;'closed oursholwr] tcrcsthig.; lie frankly admits that uftet'u: several States generous for the whole Unionanc in n every feature. The old Trout House, the Ol/1Il'hC are made, but t hc'Ullid and I

J to American i youths, and added to that restless l'lluHuttntlunith: President Hayes nndZuch, .feeling of loyalty for that Hag, we are a "'n14hinltul Hull and Tlu1111): little were useless prej>onderute., F.

1 unity of young Americans who seek excitement Chandler (requietntt In juice, for the good of grout ) the greatest nation in the the tht' principal Ilul very

and fortune in [gold fields and min the country), he set;' to work: to divert theilllmi'futioll whole eolfl. l'OUh be said for cither lt' them. Now, on IEAD1. TO ItETltEAT. .

ing'distr1etr, and thereat majority of whom / of tho negroes to Indiana instead Mr. lioutwell( was quite "sure, in his recent the site of Thompson's we )have the Kim- 'Che New York Herald has very little faith
bull House: and on the site of the Washington : ill: 'l'
(ll. It were far Letter if they, were skilled of Kansas: for tho purjMtae, ns he says, third-term article in the AW/A American' lievlfic the sincerity of the Ilt-th'inl-t'nlcr

.1 mechanics both for themselves! und for tho of giving the Republican )party' the majority that there was great conspiracy on the Markham house und thinks they ure ready with one consent I
in the former State. This he justifies by declaring I During the war very little] permanent improvement supiort the third-term nomination, if
: e'community.. foot, on the part of the old shareholder: to t
I t.t' that he believes the Republican party get jMisses-sioii' of the Government, and that \ made, and when Sherman they fail to prevent It, This: will probablybe
CYCLONES tube. >> the one of highest civilization.Now Grant was the strong man needed Il.f it he n"ucc the business ]N rtion of it the case, and the Democratic party will .

Among the dangers to which human life we do pat pretend to denounce this to Hl'nlrl overthrow theso conspirators ; and now to u hl'al of ruins, I hud difnculty to pick :' not be wise in having too much 4o"ltill\II'

!is cXJKmSMI| in this country one has l>ecome something; awful und unheard-of, for we General Grant declare that he has just been my)" way along Whitehall street ]e\(1 to in.the internal dissensions of the Republicans

t quite frequent, the ('\"l'Ione. Every: year in know very well that the Democratic party all through "the States lately l in rebellion," the ground and the .street. tilled with the falling on this subject, I l true there will remain
I of
: solute part of the country we hear] of these would be very glad to utilize any number of and that all the speakers showed their devotion I walls. Now one can see no vestige a class who have given very little public expression

Midden und destructive whirlwinds: comingunheralded ; votes: no matter how recently their d'Uhil to tho.Hug. this destruction. The business houses were to their opinions, but will adhere

\ und in u moment, bringing destruction ) bad commenced: ; but it is the wannerin )(r. IJoutweH's argument and General I then mainly)' on Whitehall street, now they them if such 1 nomination is made. They

i to'entire communities 1 leveling (t.> which this high typo of"th'ptartpof highest (Grant's facts> d> not tally. I i is> ,.occupy many blocks on both ill'l of the rail I wU either stay from thepolM voteagainst,
l''icll.nty livelier busier more progressivetown
the ground; farm-houses, fences, tree,, und civilUation" .set about his work to which the first time that Grant has road. A I the third-term candidate: ,
: lot O\\'rl I Atlanta is to find, und it is
everything ]lying within the line of its swift wo object.It Iwriie unpalatable testimony Whalf lt I than hall I The anti-third-term Republicans tin Jot
ami relentless; march. precautions can is: true we might "suggest that u party of the South. Mr und )persons of hil still growing and stints destined to tIW. chouse, like General Pope to make theirIteudquuners
class get up a theory, und no mutter how ul. Taking; their Line to Charlotte the traveler in the saddle audcrntiuctthttir
The not to obtain its I
anticipate ur"u\'u such a catastrophe. such high morality ought the fol i without line of
"Ill. l'fl'l'1 to relytuba average at once into the unsettled: rl'iun"ii cnmiKiign a retreat Whit
I : terrible disaster which has overwhelmed un majority by such u mechanical method. lowing of the Northern provincial I to passes they do nut want the ex-President fer
r entire cOluJUunU\,' ,in Missouri was! muchmore That is nu better t than u how of red shirt give it s-uosess. The theory grunted, Ino.nll'l'.itv of North t:<'l.oa. The country seems IIMJr that he may be nominated in spite of their .
than U'usual,'ThetownofMursh- and rities. Aro the jKsiple of for the strong man is argued vehemently und si>urscly inhabited.' The railroad i, opixWtion. They accordingly u"U\ their
fatal Remington
: ; \ but Mr. 1 lout well l Is luughcduthyindependent series of cuts! und tills, any one mile of it containing ", be the event what it racy t act
field wl .'probably)' ('ul1II'ubl'tl mainly of thoseballoonframed Indiana mutt dull or\ so uujtutriolic) that they journalists: like the ..1'utia. more grade work than fifty miles in with their {Darts. They formally and unanimously
houses which are so com- cannot be convinced of tho desirability often disclaim anyintention to bolt

I s monO at 'the West, and which |M>sse.xs nopower or twenty nioro years of such pure and STEALIXG OUR TUUXUEK. ; Florida. After lls..lng Charlotte we strike against a candidate who is not their choice.Since '

of resistance to the force of) ucyolAne.Tlie ] healthful Republican rule as we have hadin The Junior Charles "'r.lndclam in a the older and more settled IMriun..f North the ex-President is the 011)l'Ilct ,
1 late uddress remarked thut Sch urz Carolina. Salisbury, one of the oldest towns: I against whom thl't is any ff ..
flimsy' character of American homebuilding the i l"I-t: ? Must railroad., ferry-boats! and pub1t'. R. 11. Hayt, ln ,lar. )1 r11:11' in the State, looks substantial ftnd improving. this cll'dartol i is meaningless if it be not u
with the olds] that i is what they ando Into him in the event of his ,Jnouuuation.
I contracts strikingly! JIl' n -tr.lIl'rs (tar > _\ I is mistaken if will step and the farms oupjtort .
The are
time structure; of the Old World, where what the rftmuniiiy of the "pitty of Unit"cannot Willard's hotel at almost any hour in the 'I ; villages l'l1t I .
J afternoon. or and lay his hand on well ('uhh'utl"t The tobacco region is uninviting The spirit by which such pledges unprompted :
dwellings are tH.vupJU.-d for generation If ? Sad but true evening he find he the the Hubby >art of the ,
the meanest looking man can in all its usi ects.! Devoted to one i j Hl'luLJ-
flue ftfi-ct of this recent calamity shall be to That which we wish, however, tocall most will have struck the individual who maltH I idea of raising the weed, ugly ('binl and l'l ''lltt.itun to the third term. }tlt ,
1 cull attention to the necessity letter building attention to is the amount of care that the H. (' I'" /iwtl President. His nameis opi ex-Iresident were In r.
Inv tobacco houses dot the fields, desolate and lute would this
Madison 1Vells.In I earnest,they leave |point
und the use of better materials, it will\] leaders of thK party of civilization gave to not but J. open
) doubt if
to ,
claimed that I unrelieved by ut.hutls. grass or Itllwt.ullllo enl thtintended t
lives hereafter. whether this :Mibstitution Florida we have always 1Ul11I
perliai have the loasof many the question to through Southern Virginia. One him at I t. They are like
havcwldoin l>een: known inFlorida. of Indiana for Kansas would benefit that )Ir. Hayes was our thunder. The honor is on weaver, in the part of the lon, who nut wily
These cyclone* which claim Jon have under their ,\h'idel Ll.twtnrchr No. 2. andthe thing i very noticeable, the lXl'Ul'll of did nothing but roar, but pains so to
of they
nice Im.iut
the summer
.. One occurred in" our Messrs.MrLmandCowgill tie| railroad tracks and the improvement in .81'f1'att his ,'oic"a nut t frighten thelat
1878 -.t Gainesville, which demolished! aevera own immediate protection. There was on Ul'uablof rturing it Florida the l'rs. The assage thru hUkhmlnd that would hang us all" They
the side Kansas, u State of great fertility, Certainly was llolgl'r doves and make
but without. la** of life. InGeorjrfa one awkward roar as gently as tucking
) building, is, liowevrr, an one,
,"u..t'extl'nt' of territory, cheap land and made the President UI 18,0, with the aid of volunteer assuratuv that i is nut in their
: and Tennessee they "hi.or. frequentuivurreiuv to which involving much delay and much switchingof nature to bite. Why they iur
eight seven ,
which that puzzle cry
Inru of it for houutead entry one lnt'att .houl
lv..t' t. plenty
lives have
and uiaay tuppUnueutod the in Washington. the curs un a high bridge and embank- quarter before they & Why aout'tk
in those States from these cau e on account of its natural advantages was 'l'rk


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!, they do a thing ss" needless! and gratuitous asjo Jll:1:1001 iPOLITICS.. : by the narrowest: : possible: margin of rotes-a .*eventy-tvvo. With that smcess 1'I.fll1'us it 1'LOl11I.I'S (n(n'T", )
exculpate thcniselvesin! advance from any A remarkable as: well as most :striking lee- i; e country' and 1 republic at that fsrtv-ninei'er is i easy'to tee that a Florida canal, costing, During a recent trip in'nnt the) PetiiiiMilar l''
intention to bolt against t the third-term candidate of tendlrrcullrlillly ninth and carrdtig four ( ;
lit hopelessly
ct : as State I
? hire was itdiuTcd 111 of the ll It t 'II : wll'c''I'I' are : Ill'fc""ltl gave particular Illtl" to gather-
tl'I'\'I'lill bad. aunt whose into could, under I
trllll' Itug the
This I is the pervading spirit of all that part I hist.. in :Meinw.iy' Hall, New York; by Mr.Charles lower \,"I,1 be the signal I for l'ltrll'I'I savage attack ment, 15'aadl' a paring (.llidll" 1IIIIIil' \ !' tlli..til'lII,1' ift'I'r. I rl'alli to many"lrh' .
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111'1' '
" ( f the 1 Ii': I Llli'nllppusation to theexl'risident : Irall'i.,1:111", .I r. of Massadiuselts. on cvtr.vthing we:have which I is politl- The projet t to I"tl"d) : 11I1.h a canal has per/"deeply interested in this enterprise. j
whieh i d4 not made: up of the remaining t Our will us to tally good-surdy. if they really believe been now 1111111.,1' of YI'nl In-fore the public and therefore can give reliable
I spate only pirmit givea Y"I in/.rlll-
fragments of the (nrl'I'Il'"olt of |)s72( : x: ,ircrognhzcd I t thi+: 111-1' must know; that such in tine f"rl or 111".1', and some 'H'urlst55nrc : 'Ibis industry was 11.11 "
) I llepublican: \ leader: i is: bold enough I few extr.uts from the 1I/I'* report : I countrv 1'11 1I'I neither long) be nor i Is I or less strenuous have hl'I'1 put I forth 111.I.w..I tl": ten miles north of II'II.1 hey. '

to !sty that he will oppose IIll'I.t'di"lIofllll'! .Mr. .\,111', opened I I his I Id lure !bv :telling it w 01 th pa'serving. .\l II'IN'I''II howevir '- towards, : doing it. Competent ('IJim'I'J 11 the .1. ll. ,v: W. l.T. Uuilroad. h'lI'I'lil'! .
. ex-President if he is i nominated. Thl'111'1' are not 10 surveyed t the ground and 11,11, hI'I'1 The lust engaged in it
........ot I 'quotation from Washington's Farewell) _.1ddre.swanliug !i 'a 1oar. iiI IItal\l" ago. party wasji
; all holding; themselves: subject to COIIM'rip-!' i is not Others,;howCMT, 11,1 their po- Ilah' 1 i is proposed to make the tisue- orlhltllll, I rt-fugee from that seitionon '
'I lion to !go on the stump for him if he :slmuldprove t tll'llnl'h'uil..t 11"1'111'-1| iioll.! toiisistmt I inttlligible I : and 1 canal I frll IVin.indina, on the Atlanticsitle I in'count of his health, l lie tried l thccxpeiimeiit -
; ) to have a majority at 1 Chit'ago.i They es 1 of I t the p.irt\t |IiriIrl'; |, not to l \111.1 in their i paity' spirit Illriotil.Thl t to the mouth of the suwantieetivir a 11 with less: Ihal ten i'rates or lack-
till shrink t front( the possibility I : ,of being! left iiietithed| and ,I'III\cl" I ( 11'1 nothing to avert these public 11al Iwlih the Bull idt'. I route tutu"uring about KMmiks. uges of gaixlen: l truik, und t the turns frol ",
outside: the party ,during! the campaign.: ) \idl.nue t to prevent it'I, in Mr. tn ontisely I'l I I'ra ': Otlt: Frlll the waters of F'I'IIIlill: bay t their sales jitstilied j I an extension I the sue- ,
I Hence the weakness, ittdcdsion the lark 11.1 )1111111all"1 latter glass are those who have recently a short cut rl'I.II'" the :t John's Inter ; ceding ear. Transportation: for this purpose
I tif nerve and boldness, whidi mark the opposition list I. II"h'alllf, warming) it : tnkl'l the ground that the time calls I for i a"strong tlll'I'11 that river tome twenty or tidily bad\ not 11'1'1 Orl.ll1l'tt. 1",1 by express
f ; to the third, term : lit'agrettl\vith, in his 'omlusiont. will Lake tht'me ai ross UI'truntry
) by Republicans \a..llllol < : man, who, if hI' L is eletted .set- n"dlroc: was l''I'I'IH', !til thl'\ was tutlideiitprofit
I who did not act with the bolters! in 1>7J.Now !. that party spirit was the grant blinding that he is i Iuauguratesl--uls, in fait: i-Miitly wi-stwaiil to the( water of Suwaniicclliver. over I}I expenses to justify a greaterveiituie t
if the Republican: party dec,lares that what Mr. Tiltl'l in : did not do. :Now. 1IlI1'WI these to the (half of Meito. I tkoitgh many deemed.'the enterprise
it wants, or if bo( American people decide ; 11lli"1I'a.ln!element in our IwII'11 this ,'IIII1IIII'lt III 17i thil'hut or nothing. i'herearclwo Itll.r 1'llh'l II'Itiolll,1II II'ri'll The: set'oiul H'I r'!experiment
to have another term) of the c\-President, I' !,oli'allfl', and thinking so, he was forcedtodiaw i 1 means that I the andidate of I party the Ilbl'I.IIIOC.: seems t to be the \I Wil 11 l'IIII .I'II't of first trill ;
we nothing) further to "::1Uk"t ( I from hi. proposition the coioll.iry is tOlh'I'il' Ith'rll ( h'lill whether, takingall best in every 11''II''t The Firnandina harbor thin 01 hl'J hl'J:1 tobtlievethere t was money
\ we have not "1':11'1',101\1, \ : warnings. If i that the highest and lint of the thinking unistances 1110 l'OIooikltiol.: he is said: best on the Atlantic in if, !so I : burger 111'1 was devoted,I ItsIls''t' I
those:; who are convinced by them should. i iI duty thinks that he was fairly ; Illt, il he south of \lIlliI1k. Ilt.I'I\hminu fiom tvveittv (rips (he third jear.Tranqioitatioti .
nevertheless, act with those: who deem (Ihl'j ; dti1.11 now i is to 1'I1hal. both by ,'x- he was, to seize the government. to twenty-three' t lt ebb tide, ami II'UI I companies realized that t

warnings; : l' will not be our fault Cassaildra :ample and I pretept.1 among his IHllw titieiis I means this III it is tunic twaddle., t1il.tlt til'. The highest 1 point in I the future of this '\ enterprise deservedattention I
\ 1'1'11"1"1'whl'lI Met.for went into the / the hahit of individu.d politiial action. If 1 it .1"1:11\'UI thi..iti, 141 logical, but, tojieaie- I : i is said be less than three hundred I 1I1\11 11III.jlJ, and cat'h tuucssivcv
field I against his judgment! I for' tin- take of a little tdarming : and Ihutl does feet, and in the line\ of this 1'lalIY gave the rlil'ou.l" and t'IIIIII"J'I' I
the slurs that such 11111'1
harmony with the ,hllIft..1I'art, of hisbicthlen. \111 stating : I in the minds of some I ""II cxpu-s- few points: wil be 1 found as nun'h as one I and more (truck II \'II'iol"
). Hut her predictions proved none I the course would briiiri; upon the l'ili1.I'1 11'01 11'11 i"l only I lew days ago in the dedar.itloiiof lall}111 11' l'I"h'I'1 half i is sand, )", and, maiktts, until la,1:1', when nearly 0"1
k-ss true because they were disregarded.) : I, paity nu'n. 'Ii. Adams Sail : i a prominent Western: lavvver before 1 Ihl'I'I', or t of mail and rtu/uiiut." 11\.h'I..1111"':II.l'I'a; I'" 01':1; kaget! reached)
We sball what : hall that 1 i for the to remove., The canal is the diHciciit maiktts 'it'| tbtNorth.. The
: see we see : but with j I "(0111," by establishing his identity in I ( 'olgol'ooilllIII.lllilh'I': : am 11.1111'1 easy
Jill thcopposiug: tamlidates: ( : actinias:\ if they I his own mind to tat degree 0\1 that he i is hold e\-l'resideiit 1 lr Idlg, or. tor I that matter, 1 1am tWe 11; I 1tI"I: fett wide at the water'ssurface would lind it easier support Ihe e\-Pns-{ enough to think I for hiut.rll'on all political' I for his sun 1'rcd to flloI lung tit the water to be thlrl11'1., 1111'1'1) partitular regard to the
deiit than t to work I for any other lival : vviililourage. questions tan of a republic do t theivisany t'\HI'loltll'II'IIII'ac'; ruling' enough to float tlie ('" ," transportation of ld.. ('I'O\ giving both
vigor, and unity on one side.and\ ir- ; his full I I"11Itil1 dainicd ,I Tlds lal : 'III\ Senator:' the 11'j""t'cood: ill t1' 1..IIII'I'Iill spied \'llilalioll' now the puss-
rtsnlutioii: timidity and, division nil Ihl'l i that 1111'result ol I''IIIIII' .' political \ i Hoar does, but' In- has th, courage; of his $;IW, increased iy we wlrl\j din II of the rioiid.i farmer 1':1: lies the New I
other, the anti-tllint term I ltpublicans! \ ; must.speedily I seithing"sjmethe a"l lose of the\'ar. tsnVlttinns, \\bii h :Senator Hoar has not. the I doubled :'-trade iiourcd into the (lllll"f York and othi-r In.ukets 1111'1 Letter condition '

: mend, their ways if they expett; t to general disorgani/ation had 1'1"1'11 rl..lli.l., 'll eloquent let hirer then losed by asseil- Mexico, by thbjrttitsl tnoulhs the ,: I than foimeily For Yl'lr.the :hill"1 .11
Mitcccd.( I reiiiiied| hOI',1 intclicrlanl aition, and, not inc his I'tllit'Iion that the tountry'' wOII,1IIllilll'I"I'I'III' sushi, fr"l rise; \'\111'1,11,1: of that immense I had l'ltll'l t to In'"a11' fielght to JJ
Thus far leads liver, we add that which must come nation, or : transpoilation\
| the ex-I'i('"'lent all 11i4I'uinpctitul's merelvthepaity I I ; i !, .jt. (Ourlinanees) : : under l'ilhl'l p.nt\'s: "
I in the tiuinbt) II assuted: ,deleroLiTir.tL our fiscal 1g' s\stem! wasdiinisy if M-leited vvcie ( f"1" the 1'ucilic :1"1'1'1/11111 fbe (1'tattrlllmerieun'mural'matt ; lines against loss on account ot decay :
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WI'I'I'I"Olcll'I'I..t ll'liol. tl"llllilal. 'ts: the I'acilieand the but Is to 'h
gats: 101I'.hl11
I i I to the last degree, our civil :1'I'h'I' was amass t iZII" and III'II. I tllIIltgl'"I"t
.Atlantic: how enormous: will be the rungI ) 'h'll
I of( anomalies, our indiistiial: m.u hiiicrywas I Ililhl'rll'c'\"IIII"1
xoTIS.THK cieiition of the sin iii 'iit, requiring, lug business through the < !lull! The l'aeili' I I1'lIltriltli"l The imp i .... above, a all eNc. to be reduteil, to law. He- 1'11: ri.oniD.i siiti (.1\.1. must also pass: thioiigh (tll') I brought l together at Fern.indina:, inionvention -
: Oemoer.itie ( 'unvcntiun'd'1'oaurti- this we had one inimeiisoly Comnicne is one of the most impoilant Floiida 1'11:1. provided tl Tehuiintepetroute the representatives of 10,101 the ton- \
hi"III: I the thing without fields of pingress' and so long as Anieiieaii.shiiping 11'1'1111'1"I that bay of Honduras netting lines to the :Nmth 1111 to
t ut pledged the of the 1I1'IIIIII'rat. of our say thing;
il 1I'ol'-lla\ 011'
width '. toping with the is t to shrink 11"1 toiiiiati-| : or even the Panama and 1 Da'tieii, Tin deliberate iix| >n 1'.1\1 and \I.I to other I
( .hlI..1
Connecticut to the (Cine''iiin.iti nominee. problems aiid'dilHeulties any fll of the soilritlt Ilut :tal.J""I'r) oll'ullh11'1" last named would not have saved I great markets than 1111"" now 11\li l regular! '

IT is stated upon what si is claimed as good l would l have I 11'1'1 impossible 1 i -we l ha,11:1 ituatll magnificent icans 1'UIIIIc': \ : in ') \ to anymeasiiie deal in distance but these| are tWII'II..hh.I Frll (the Icot data I gather there i
of undeveloped rcsouicc I I that \ till t li: utious (hat will !go far to turn a t 1I'u\'lt : are'ally/ thousand litres adjacent to |
authority that the delegates: chosen to goCintinnati country 1''lbl'1111'on'III'1, from the (lull of Daricn.) 1 this devoted H
and an energetic and industrious. : people. direction, 1Il'i ) I ( I II t'\'I'1 the 'rl..i Cailroad \1'11 tl ,
by the Georgia Republican Convention ruder such cin'unistances as these with I io\ernment I 11. appropriatcil-contingently the outer lortllrl seas ami marts, throng! the ," "I early vegetables. One '>
stand eleven\ t Sherman: nine for stoat problems ""llliol. what it Is. tll. but l ILids has made the the proposed Florida ennui 'I'heseart', first. I huiitlrttl rates per 11.\.1:consideted by expelts *; ,I
Hlaine, and two for lirunt.GoVhKVOR I I ask any reasoning demanding bung, (, I was the I liiM I political contingency well-nigh alt I 1"'ltlill' Ilrl.ncl- the far greater safety with its less cost of in- I kW| estimate; this will give 'iiHt.lHHi' "
the pl'risustVii" U discipline1.1Was for the opening of the 1Ullh the Mississippi 511 ra mni' ; and 1''Ilcl. the fad that tie (iulf crates 11'01 this I'nil"r11"1'. The other
( : Ynt'NU. M. C. of Ohio) Is looking I 11"luf, unthinking nation ? Was. it Ikiver :1'I'119IkII thnel 1 to return millions "tr11 (Illwil"II of Cuba into (Gulf lines. lt' tll"\'Orllti": : ,11'1 Itiver,
after :-:hrrlllulI'lInft'rl.'tll at the :State not i 11'lcl. ctudv. patience? ThatIs to the trl'I"II'Iv developing the industries of passes wl.twlrll, pretty <-loselhugging > Florida Cent nil, and Jm ksoiiville, IVnsacola j

conventions in this MI.t foil. It i is said be I the rl'II'I.tiol.question.. What, has hl'l'l and of the luwl'r.illc' and giving them u waterway ) the $:;olthI'ri'I1 111t"trlil ,\Mobile( Kailroad. will nll lirwlnl I
need of the of slimes. .\ vessel at Aspinwidl. fair (tlie, It..tilll in
larkl 'llril'll
is crying I ( II0J'lt.tII tl' wlrWih IrllH'rtol 11'01 : "rlxlll'iy
'i1luttl'lIIl the :South; Carolina, Alas) uua and tin ,"
it ? or is it reflection ? 1* it de twenty-three If 111\'I'1 : fil"XI I t immediately enters will ('OI ll'lnl
Florida) Republican\ meetings. 'IU"llill Is it rather ?" til'l to-day; the promise: Kads: to westward-going ftreiim, and would have tin thl'1 figures If no misfortune Ilillll thegrowers
I! 1111 lot of tlfe elh"ut01( have ( within (the terms of his: contract advantage of its far Ult it pier,tsi 1 before the crop Is t this "
thi.t 1'I'Clll"
THE Republican State\ Convention of Ohio Thl'J. having :1"kl'l !o-l'nll'll ,
mendous il"ue1 whieh have h11 lt stake seems tl be an easy and reasonable 111'. Havana ; (' the routes its crop will r'tlf \ Florida between one
agreed) to resolutions!' : with cheers, which instruct during each Presidential since the That step in progress tlkl'l, what next? course would lie across (he "trl'IUII:long as quarter ult "of a million dollars. "

the delegates at large, and request the war, the speaker replied to'h'l.tll. ]01111111Ife'ltl For e"'J' step h'll" tlllllth'r in the grand in it. will note (lie rapid growth of this j
."' stairway of civilization. Anti l 1" ;5des these two !' (' Industry in ten years, from ten ituckuge* t
district delegates to vote ut Chicago for Secretary !' us.follows : 1' nre IIW Oi (! 10111'11 t'xt. I flrttl possible .
canal the of the streams t from tin-Mississippi i upwards of million. Thts leave no i
hold of another election, and that the crisis ship across 10rthl'rl l'lll tril a hilt
Sherman, and to use all\ honorablemeans theory Ls still raunpant-more rampant in peninsula of Florida. 'Vh11'11:\', in is now well 1 !lrl'tl. ami from the Pacific 1'011 for IIIUI the Still, if there /;
for his election. fact than ever befonis evidencisl by the letting 11"'igutll out Ill AtlUtll'r thus through Panama which direction 1.'rIIH'e their Inlill.let me trespassso
\'ICwIII'X1'rclI.'tctl hy General Grant In 'stalwart and 'strong man' doctrines, rl'ldlt"Illrtl of our : 1 is making vigorous eliirls-there I Is I 1'11- fur !to give two instance,, then let tH1
whieh,either nothing ut all or urea and of Kuropc: '(, eight hundred I I I miles of dangerous siulerublegtuuttitY of produce, especially cotton judge : On the first day of January, ,
his speeches while traveling through the eh'll intimation Il'll of the prcservationutunyprice : sea are saved, and the same hack shipped from thus neighborhood of tin thrl'l young 11'1, just out from l'filllld.
Smith give the lie tothe tutl'lIIentll\d\'lml'Cl.t policy. again. Ik-cuusu the inner or canal passage full shore by rail, either to Fernundinu orts hula, arrived at J\rrlllolllll. rented teen acres

by Houtvvcll and others of his friends who This I take tube exactly that spirit of would be comparatively dangerless, while Savannah, which would, were there a of ground, and I horse (lot the mythical .
udvocute the candidate It party against which Washington so solemnlywaritel tutu thralghthetstraitof Floriduuud among I canal, go Into the .Atllth shipping Ilr.t) forty acres und a mule) and with no
strong policy. his countrymen. 1 is that t the islands, rl'.r. shualsund'haltks mil and through the ('11\11. ence in gardening in this climate. Their
will he amusing to !see' who will change base, most dangerous when hOIItl'II'rtuhll'l I hl'1f.,, current* of Antilles. ,waters, i Is dangerous Who are the o oMxments and enemies of united capital il ruth \UII just sixty dollars,
the nominators or the nominee. that the public Iufd-thl' 11101; in the extreme, the most dangerous, this projl'l.f'll ship-canal ? There arc only but they hud plenty). II energy and. emit hits.
the of our mitt: suered institu Lieut. )Maury suld, in the world. Because two ( ::'!: \irlasts und wreckers. A few siasm. lda planted suit himself, though
" TIlE Readjustee (Republican) under the lf'l'r'ltil'l the canal be built' Because it of the ( the their in
tiln demand the retention of can cheaply. rllllnll. rllnilg' ruin null region (''l were common. They purchased G
Ictid of General Mnhone, in Virginia, have the reins uf 'Hn'riIU'"t in the hands of I would increase shipping ami advance commercial (.ill'r lorth Wlft or eastward, tl\ll. a ton of guano Oi credit, promising
f found. thrJJl'h'c" beaten The party haverepudiated particular purty. 1"101 thut conviction, interests general (\111111111, Savannah and C.'hnrl.t'l. am! first shipments for f\'rtJ7r. Ikforetheir i I
it is hut sin Ix't t look ut these in detail. the Atlantic. ( Indli idcn-
his scheme, and forward u whel once fully entertained, ti us points 101'0 especially jllf. vegetables were thlir
I put gle step, and that I short one, to the rlr/iurse The! distance. named, eight hundred miles, is. Transit Company's ilallrsilwhtkhenitelsCeltr (11'1 capital wan exhausted and they bad to I
traightout Republican tck.t. I is thought to every any expedient to prevent the cu- the shortest given by any of the estimates, Key on the (uhf with Fcrnandina on resort to tint credit system for subsistence.About .
this will unite the Conservstives as formerly Illit' or u purtydefeat. In fact, such I re its about,, that saved 111 New, Orh'II!. From the Atlt( Besides these, and those Il'V'lt.twu th almost '. I'urluShuu'e the of ( ', PcnsacoluandSt. ( ( round about Key follows have met and canceled J ,
and the State will 1m curries( ( 11' hl'I'llll' I public: lit) IHrtll'lIt w".k as ; 'l our Ilh.ltl'111
take this iu.tratill of that mental Murks( the distance !saved 1 is greater, West, there ore m> .\ '" of the great pr- I have twollllllr'1l\1 fifty \ ,
THK Republican' ('ollveltol of Olorgia11'olllt condition l aillt Washington while, of course, that from more southernjMirts j.t-tl! ami fulfilil I : ",111'II ;sly 1"lkl and twit hundred 1 I .
a long and very excited session. warned usiand which I have endeavored 1 to TIIllh'o. Vera yule and (Cuba, fur ex- CI131.-I'' ,,(!,, n"H/tt" t J"rrt: (' of. n' ./ yet Hurt-ported, I but [ I
The colored delegates thinking;, as their constituents describe. 'A :single mcrcte case w ill convey ."-"I.I.- l""> li-ss._ seine ii"tiuintlw put vilili'li..... vi., .14 fit ii.nib f iiu liiv* tuilY Tiilli'( ant 'il.tll I"riui.! VIM fiiul.II-- i \\
my meaning far better than tiny 11111t of the 1\'ra1 distance II. high twelve hundred L'l, 1 l-Heverul two hundri-il 1 11,111 "lore. My two comrades
und nice do the larger part of the generalities. \iewof the pending Presidential 1 miles, but this i is unquestionably too( IhUUlll1'11 named lloscy applied have dUJ' IIIII)' us well lines mining

Republican voting, they should be entitled nominations, and with the design of high, The lowest ltlate. eight hllln.t f,1 Uj11 al upiN.intmcnt( on, tl Hartford oil wells, or 1"\k ItlJ'kl return..
to a majority of the ot'l the white Re striking the keynote 111 his constituency, ;tiles i is 1I ('I lt WIJ.; ur 1I lellt. )Milieu force, und soured on Ill Iut 111 111'1 dividends( in six months Let us st' : I /
have resolved to organize clubs Mr, O. 1.)111. one II the :1'IUIIfrlu t this Il'altl five duys-tvuntingbothwuys- the elclnrMcltutif: !e\'eral1'II' citizens. CuplWI iJpOo(; with pluck und energy, and a
publicans : :, few 111\lIllm'I' WIIte for !ft.tUll'I', ami sixteen (la)1 for sailingvessels. He U I an intelligent man, lately a r'tul of$I,3iO.Theseesiiul .
umong thcl-clvC throughout the State.NoTHtxu ter intended for n that letter, ,: : N'fw, counting only clement of 1lh1 tint,tnHi|*> of jubilee singers which Lnsluu'e.1 negro man near
has us yet done by Congress after ('Url'ty exhorting Ids friends to vote time, since the ex)suilscurrent of u steamer went to : He lias u tine physique, ,(Juincsville. bought a tract of (land from the
111'CI t for ally 1" mutter who it might be, that of one thousand tons Is alMitit ${(N) u day, It all is {. in every way qualilled for 1" ami went hard to work The
to change the existing rules regulating; the the Republican l'55nvcntionhhh11hld\ nominate l-i easy to f'l'kol tho financial saving at this thepssitlnnheseeks. Afterdulayinguctlonon postmaster aided him and directed hits shipment

t.II'tnrlll'llt. .As the h\elt '-'lllljoilt he proceeded 1. fl 11I I 11'0 : siOnttllyskillful I I rate. The ("Ulltl' hosed mainly ups his application fur some time: tho |lHI licocommissioner for him, looking .all thu details of
i rule was passed hy the party than Burke it' lot jK-rhups so wise, to coal! /tatitlcl of our government, arc thut !* last night took a vote, tllll'lUttlclt.mul when \.I.'u.d"'t1
when deemed IcllhlII they frame the following l'xtruonlJIT' uli.tIIJt this canal wou\)Jie in the lire of ulwuit 10,- resulted I in .his rejection. lloscy 1111 whl.I as the profits for.six
they i against oll'-Ilalf : 'llotr\lll'n. (1100,000 tOi" le trade latcrlul.'uhl'l lit : esdorslfrierst+ uru 1UIJ.lllt, and u'sertthat. nu ttus' lulNir. The manual labor was l jn-r-
"1)11llo"e control of laths houses of ('on- ,Referring to those who, on .; iilMiut $. 1,000,000,0110.( ) The most sanguineNiliticocconomiss the l.UIIL.I.nt hll, not iMcutisehe firlH' almost ('ltrelr' the manalone.
jjress, and expressly to 11'Clrc to themselves their dislike- to u third term, could not he ) believe that the owningof did not have the requisite .
jierpetuity of ) it may he thought bestto Induced to vote tll the ex-President. hesays the mouth of the Mississippi River to hut the r"IJ1IIurt r and IIUlil'ltuII, Now since the I'cliwmlal Itailryad hu<
ln\'el : ship navigation will double these figures.'lhe.ecsindcomislslenltdsn war t,1 mvn The (.llli..iulll meet in 11'rl11[ the garllt'l spot of Floriila. the Or- I
let the laws nand they Now,
as nre., any I think the+e 11'1 mistaken. The\seem Is far more forcible secret .t.iol. but It at'l uke rl'iul. clIlterull1 m-rvage of
('I.torl vote objected to by either House isaliKolutely to be lacking: in the capacity to see thIuj'lntheir than that of mere tistance-the. diminution one favorable. tu.t, 1..y f'l'l.h''loll' hat splendid. ('UlltIY \l'n (ICvutl' to .

V rjelct from the count, and thus true proportions, when they ("tllir of risk Florida\ mid life. The dangers \ more consideration than that this IJ.II', unit lex year t. ..
this of their' own desire for iWIr"I'lwlhlll" of organizing of the :trai. the Windwardand bus been accorded (to t two other colored applicants mire undgculu expect l'Jtl'l tllHtl,with
Ilro\'iill: making .may the civil Mi-nice II objections: to listelation I Monu passages, III I( these _\ltl(1 \ who have previously been denied 1 larJ.e'w\iil" to this .ill j
lntt1 the threatened use of the "ntronjz of I President for u thirst t-rl tdlead watl'1 generally, come of the Iltrllh' the honor of ap|>curing In blue coat und ruilnuid people[ estimate it
11al" power abortive. Thus laws )pus? amt used for the consummation of the great I ing into the Presidency I man who of the currents und oldies that arise hUtOI"U.JrmJr the crop The orange busi-
fraud of 187(5( under the changed l'Oltlull( sents the degradation of American citizenship frl the Gulf btreum, lad of the changes THK New York ";/? lit 1'Y" ; .Ti. fight 111, ait enterprise( no meagro proportions, ,
power may. in 1SSO, prevent any repetition I ; the overthrow of constitutional government shiftings In siumuL., which keep'ahead of against third term looks well, I Is by i I.i l'IU.h 1'11 doubling its products, and is
i>f such fraudulent und .l nutfullll'el'1. II IIil in many southern States ; the attempt the Best pi"t. frt'\"t\ The amount of no means I won. Not u single RepublicanState I attention of the trans, .
The (country ut lal to overturn it in Maine; the refusal toprovide loss in thlt \ Iwl'al'l. !In a way, by ('I..f'II Grant delegation to Chicago {ortatlon lines to move I whh dispatch| to
the dl'iiollf Judges of the SUIICIC C-ourt I: IK-IKcful{ and constitutional nuatn4luruseertautng the fact that vrerLimj/ businessut except In,0 ew York und 1''II'I\Uiu. tie most aval.hlt' Jarkct.11 to tlt.,".
i.f the land and of their .1"i.ll'll"IHn the rstiltof national elections Key West, and that I.rt bus for its purview und outside of these States it I. lat probable i long l'ufll. tllt.\.u, rite al.l f I II
| Il'all.ilt>on a case of such 1111"lt. i ; Ilolnu.tiol of all safeguardsagainst only the Antilles J'i"n. not the ISahama he will get uuy v.I'111 the '! \ ," I ether field crops, 111 your reader* can giveenenil
by strictly | arty liit. and it may I best I ulll 'iol1'1'l' at the jxilN ; therevival banks. The District .ltmirul'bhrt of the North ulle"l fl 'lli manage to ave runttrlslitrotsngacity In thucomillmcMit -
that the IM'WII 10W by Congress: b 11.1 I of the do trine of rhht".fal"ly the I'nited 1 :States. was (estahlisbed in IX7. I II a (nu.tlul of the delegation> in 111"1. The 11I'aif 'llrill during his
tained to prevent a repetition. so-culled : the making titles to seats in tl all the latent figures we have show tlU lillt'of the (illltt. to 111111 I dele I lsthel'1slludelphia.edy/rr. ,
Ax amusing; editorial appears! in a late i I Senate and Hoiist depend) UJMHI the It'rl' I judge of that court bus issued 1 liicnses in 'I from fl''ii: !li a serious blowto I The (iernuintown Til<'jfh wane monthssince I
the idea I I' will of ; the al.Ilollltlt seventy-two vessels us wreckers all thatI their hopes; it not only takes uwav "pitched into .Ihe tllliL fMlmcrf"
ropy of the New York Tri"IU. expressed I of sptiie IurIlj.riil'; l\rthr.w c tll' I number i is probably c-xcccdcd to-day. The I nearly u score of 1\\11'1 votes hut 11'trvI I l'IK"JIIK in early truck jrmdlj. a.
( being that Mr. 'fltll WIUIIII.l tlieIknuxTutic I national kink I"tll; the destruction Ilt.ull"1 are hurl to get tl.tthel hut (w- j I II ." of a solid t South 'i,1 Grunt. 11'llu1 to this furll'l the Mid
nominee, solely li,1 tlaI.a.)1 !I the (currency) and the disturbance of the reviving I till I)our )1\'trnll'lt, published ; \\/it. however, Ihu op|")nents of a thlr.11 i ills States I IM.IUIISV- till siiis< ns were MI I
that he could so manage the returns as to ; Illhi"lrl' of the country bv radicalhanges some years: ago, from ISIS I ; t"rll Iay well fed nmiiruxcd; over Ihe j I .h.rt. und Iutmalel our jK-ople 'bad
I I I il tarn'; Who will IM the DemIM to l&Yi, inclusive, the minimi losses to mer- I prosM.s-t| they should: not Im beguiled 1 into ,I Ireinitling enough to nthll tl Intiittont toluutii undsemitropical I
count himself in. should this be the rt'"u 'ratic (' the ITl"i.I'lc1IIII0t I bunt lu\igaljll averaged nearly $$3.noOn. I II any effort against It. The vote fruits., Our jM-ople have 'ar\- t
1'01 nominating any ('I\lhlate. one would know ; but I know this, that nine-tenths of I The number of I human lives I.. not h'CI, from no State khoiihl 'IMJ considered 1 ufe fully examined the late amendments to this'I I
hardly he chosen who ut the lust election, his Iul'I.rt.J] will U' men who have favored : but JUt have been considerable.The 1 1I until Ufl'l it hut ,been east at the 1"11.'Iln. Constitution, and lind nothing there to prevent
he counted out. It and fu'cl tll' things and wi seek tlUll11 I cost of (vmstruttinn is also> I strong; I .. this Industry ; fhides l U was inuugurutcd -
hull|Mrmitted hiu'lfu to them with an j>nrj.. is to IMJ remarked that | irty now holding resistance he wii.: likely to I the (ulf are three or (IUI l't higher Ihul Avo.v the most remarkable l'rIN1u.tII"/ I I: IIIIH.'r settltT,. It I U true that when the
the ottice by un acknowledged I: iiiterjiosc will be! a feeble. those of the Atlantic, in (const-quernc.. presumably I of this axe mil country I I" Hul" Hall Il I farmers of the IUlf.northern States get their
sQ ami proved fraudulent count at the .fly my troth, captain, these are very lilt.terwurdr"anti I of the iulf Itrcll. and this wi nt wir. Its sum-si Is 111"ralh.I.\ ((4 j Ullh'l truck to market, it not city,und
i Hoar I tend make without I sought after by rich und I rule.: The
: ) if Dilator < eorge. F. to %hip-cunul l'I'k: t the fancy pricesof! yore no longer election, should use a* their aunt frequent :I : tide-water than with I I youhgasiold, Iulubituutuffrdgralands' earliest tomatoes this
really In-lievo* what he says. rvMitfullyKuhmit <'ulal, more tsl.tly one j / }'IIrt brought Veal
argument to the jM-ople to Mipj six that from his (I"iltf ,'il\, the end; : ont or two lot.ks.. The estimates for t tidewater I j I the 11''Ilu| | | \uilruli of ":UI'II', and of I''.''*, 817 all :12 pr irate uf three I lurks
their nominee the need for a tlfimj nutu to I is inditil near. It ( |*- ".that the 1. hip-cunal vary very much, the highest I South .\ tlwlll.u. to get u ut.lut. i'adl. .\gull 1 ask., '' pay 7"AVir (s-r'-
fraud, undone who would take hisseat dread. ('rl,i4 is at lat 11"1 1.. Everythingwhidi : being;*:>,CIN',inn. the lowest, I enideonetaste ever cost. It i is lu-cau.: It wlrk" ikI "J""I,.(#.... ,11," *.
x prevent if ., ; and unothtl. that one of I makes our ('country, worth !living in, i ; I" I 1'nitcd State Senate rc'|>ort In II i It rt.r.lie hair to }'youthful .1.1 and, .1 I
tbesupMised] candidates 8 lf.rtl'l I or which I Is worth fighting for, U at Itukl'. I 1"7I, *7.fl'.IJ' ), und an intermediate one :j beauty, and robs" approaching age om' of I:
nomination would force himself"I | ,| ,, Not only this, the future is w(1 nigh hopeless i IJinr"ll''ilculy.| $0.n..7I Is 1 I II | its lion by fraudulently counting the Ttun"-1 and it i is t learty Mr. 1i duty I to I have I say 11It rtller j getting lot try it, Try It If you are gelling i the little girl tnjtthtr .maIIN'\!
this, tea being the elected IJI'Wtnt recourse to any and every means in his t than above the the highest +i 1 gray, or .) have any di eue "f the scalp.' wife'' The tulle li you reflecting fl ..
U-t election, who It is now tled by one ]I I power even to violence and UIUlotOJ to one-*JiU' ioOU, >--},smallcomjiared with the I Try It I you wMi I WNI hair driving. it i my: Jul. !" Thenmullhoyt ICh.1"TheuMkeoff
placed there by them through : very I t IIre.tlt the men whom he knOn d. : (,.t of the great Huez IMI-1ual.| which cost will disappoint. { )'Ott.-J/HNkh,1,401.lea'aa. :m l is'st' !"
means. Can it be that the nomination of thl things from coming into 1-Wf The i the found sum of l!), $9i1.ANJ.Even -
Mr. Tilden U opposed M'II'uo. havingmtfered public must b<* presvryed. Iitlter those : at that enormousn.t, push| with a l>usinens A XLW llink. according to. thf Yonker
> from them, they- fear he Ira become who talk thus are not logical, I they must i ] rrba1'not one-b'urtli of what, within t: well acquainted with "their way* that knoW a country always hanging on the I I fie year, would float through the Florida oMwtuf however that break a family all first time, UJteult tiitheoman t for I few.roar
are to dark and trick that are vain: to b ragged edge of detraction country preserved .. ; the "tll'k of the Suez canal ts worth up the man of the IIOUMcomhouie luent and then nuid' : .When" w ill. the or
made their (tulle the second lilac.7.a. from utter ruin every four n'r only .tl, in the KnglMi: market I premium of with too much aboard.i.i..o gun nun Itt the monkey)out:

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mints ix THE sxoir. and dragged their little !brothers with then t'dl, as his hands traveled painfully over in hagiology have wished her The women rat over the hre In.1 sipi e.1

ami the babies) even in 'their wooden (cart long sentence. "I am quite sure'it 1 is: nlt tie master could. the wnuh in ,the holy wine: and. told l'ld'lthl'r' trbll'ti'klof :
nv ort n\. and. romped about, and raced, and slid\ am true.. wine like German! St. Narbert, and be blessed, things their f\thl'T 111 / :.

}pelted, and elI1\'l'l.o"l: made themselves "No, It 1 Nti'l true," said. his echo, Rh, with a ever afterward.. done or known, with many 1" He says,sayhe -
There was A very hard inter in tlio world ns though no cane were lying thestudytable who hl'ultiflllllrit : .
merry ( on 'cchubby fat ti could I :scarcely manage The blowing 'occurring in their narrhvc.Kezl'lh
on snow
It was u hard winter everywhere, mid the and no blurred copy-books> :, nt the best, of t IJeT lI to lake a nfund O, boisterous. dark ; sat up )by the of llob nn,,1 l lRav.
snow fell overland and sea; so heuvily, fit) wailing, grim and Jrr lII" They plaved' utfoll'lgin and now that they were numbed l'olll! twilight ,11, had lull not.In'IT'11u. Rob slept, but Ray lay wide awake
come :
blimlingly I *o continually, that ship of which they' had, !some prints in ('ollcllot do it anyhow.. "I Ilol't wih for "There's fl'l in roasting and: ever and he Ihin'n.IIHt Iloalel}.
were wreeked, trains were blocked, }post!! Christmas! papers' and made believe! the babies the f.lrl1'4," added[ Ray.: "The farmers! Keziah. t'loeOI 1 must out l/oe"" : thought I'll tell Papa wouldn't help'the hJIoI.: he \\ouldn t

were stopped. and trafllc well-nigh came tf4in ) were princesses' : ; thth<'l1 played. at trap the )bunnies, that th ."lto' him a they've Il1 heknowsas and lw God was angry. .
end. in many of the districts\!1 even o.Southern being Napoleon at Moscow! \, whose story Ra IY I'.ar did I not say anything; his heart wns me:ain't one heel to'. 11.1 The long night wore away, the wmn-I ,'"
Kngland.: and how much\ more IIn had Just come to in their :Markham's: His too heavy for talk : he hail read one of tin So he let 1 them th Rob" rushed with never ( to howl, the snow never ceasing
in the. always!I void! bleak North 1 Even tornncl 11t I 'pal'inJ .
were: so delighted with Ihdl'IIIir..Jlel story books at his godinothcr'sof a northern bound and the : to the men rcturneil.having
f down in Devon) snow was!! deep ami iee wa!'! : ami battles, and their own deathsburials !' (country where a sheaf: of wheat is tied!. up came with !holt slow passage :if Ray letting found nothing.daybreak They said thev hl 11l'ardll',111

thick-even in mild, moist: Devon, where in the snow, that Ihcv never and above the doorway the frozen birds in thc them out I "h'\l't wondering his nurse into the moor for eight miles, IJlt. !I
mostly in winter time the roses blow, am heard the one !step whi< h at all times sent a wintertime ; he \\'ll'lllllh('" were in tjialcountry trouble.. though they Ih.l.not know II
the south; winds! too, and all I i.s!I green lit : tremor of fcnr through them. The l'ot.1'oil'e. t lie and Rob cried themselves to rlal from :
!I Master's I rare late, said. the man who they had H'al'el.hl'l'l a Illl' hOIIhnil <
Yule. of the vicar cleft the cold air like a knife. sleep that night for their little
1'1 bones were did. oild jobs. I M'appcn he'll sleep : and rO\.IIII'l 1
:Some little }people who lived at an oh. "Are your lessons done?" all aching!!, and their hearts too.In ?" .\ I shouldn't wonder that Itseluirc'14' not oltr seeing gone where\they were in .ltk. \i''
vicarage on the Dart Uivcr! did not know Hob, who was burying Tammie in the when \ ell and .
!, they they he do broke
tl morning up Kexiah. was The morning! gray '
what to make of it. None of them, eXl'l't! snow, and Uay, who was:: carrying Dickie asa !! 111 window. It was scarcely( ; a thc biggest 11.l're house at Tie,squire's the village 1'the:snow hut the winds crolll'\ 1
flay, the, who was seven years old, fro: had ever seen snow lie on the ground at all ; ,shoulders!, both heard, and their innocent brown edge of the moor; :1'1\'lml' :tl"'CIf the men, and bade youngest him strive to get across toTamsleigh. ,f

he had, and. knew all about it, )because, hl'hal snort ceased: 11'1 a dog's! play ceases at tht! night, thc duck pond WI'4 frn7,1 1lllpl1ll, hiIIalh-I'l'tl lrp,he':1'tl'il at squire's, a natural It was hard to .do, and an er
spent a Chri tllln! the J'a'lt: Riding! with his !god-mother' ; bn I Jay: grown whiter than the :snow, alone there lay I little dead bird.It 1 as she diil the bolts and bars!,and !shut theshutters 11.101\at.I, communication of every kind 't

his brothers! and !sisters, Hob and 1'11111,11I111 spoke. was I young gol.lilh. and told the old man that he hail stopped awl' the man was a 1/11.1 young lei-
Dickie, and the little twins, :Susie ami Nellie "" We have done no lessons! papa.) Uay choked. all 1: he saw i; Rob'scheeks better upon the premNes, as master !low 111i promised 1'\t to ell his best. .Though 1
had the earth while in this "'hllt have done 'Icl'\ 'j
never seen you then? grew red with rage. was as for that, he muttered, "his: : reverence I i-
way )before, :, and they were vcrv much delighted We have been at play." "Oh, poor, 1'101 poor little 11l'I' they No one UlxiOI 4. The vicar had if he's out all this freezin'.Ilght
and very much alarmed\, which is t' "Very well. Go into the ,study.\ "sobbed, tci lhllIlllll'lIl'lII.1 so Ilrcl.lflil to fll and. seeing how bitter ami gone I The other men went up the dlr 'h-towl .
Mate of mind that has its: pleasures at id' Rob begun to cry, and Kay's: : lips quivered' to them til\clung .''hi' to outanother. wi.1 Tllw.\'ih. : had staid to sleep at his!l and set the bells tolling ; the wind had
," ,) ages, and its pains too. They knew what the order meant. I This 1 111..1, white world in ole friend's.) What more likely? fallen, and it was possible that in thc more
; These! six: little mortals:lived. in a vicarage, lilt was my fault, master, all mine," cried, which which (Sod hts the dickey-birds. :< die- children time while the distant houses might i t be heard and some
and their father was the vicar, and mother, Kcziah: running out, )but, t the vicar put heraside. it frightened tll'III14 they 1III'Icl' frightened snow halll blew.\ Keziah was a help or some news they come. J
alas for tliemf they had none, j for she had when the, o'clock the ,
I Ilarll 1'1.1'4 hl'ltl'111" 11011 and hud kinds olfunny was now eleven : morning i1
merry latlrl'
il pone away juto the /'Ik(1'0( they were told) Vou spoil' the children ; that is well above the grave: whlll tlieir mother's body stories, and, saying it ni next but .I hour lit which the service of ChrMmu* ':
;: when litlloSusie\ and NY'llie\ came down from known," he said coldly. Hut the hOYlIII'C! Wloe '.
one to Chri"tlHIl'\e!! roasted. a >ple> for them day should. have begun. The church was ,I
there on to earth. "Perhaps!! it I is!I the down tOil olelllot to know tlieir own .duty."! looked up suddenly. with I great light ollllf1k the apples full of cloves( and set little dark dismal place: ; here and there it
on" mamma's wings/ < ," said little I'.ob, who Kexiah spoke in vain ; I the 1111"14'wcn'" bidden 1. in his eyes. ) bobbing in bowl of currant will in hllllPII brightened with bit of: holly or I _

'..It could remember her very well, and. cried for to go to the study."Whip "I will give the birds my breakfast and the! old. game that I Hen ,sings of in bough of bearbcrry-trce ; 1 the vicar did. lot
;; her still when ho saw the snow-flakes come only me, papa': ," !said: Rav: timidly ; papa may kil me." his: carol.It : .ohl"ol approve of such; follies, and there was little j
falling down through the air. If she hud. "only me, please, bi-eausc: if I bad\ staid in, "Me, too, said. 111 who would. not be was quite eight done to relieve the bare stone walls:l, thesquare ;
wings, I am sure she would come to us," I Hob: \would have staid in too." ""l'hlnl in any act Ir WI'cl, though his In-art Wll'l the ('/ latl'1lip WPlt bed."And 1'colk- box of a pulpit, the tiny chancel, dismal .1

said, Kay, wistfully looking tip. "I 1 don't The vicar, In bis inmost soul, recognized gave a terrible throb, for he was very hungry please God. take care of the: birds in and. damp as any dungeon. As the Ai
believe she has: wings,; don't., ." "Hut papa.says generosity! of the plea:", and felt proud of this chilly morning. the snow. ,,\ll'Iaill Ray at theilose: of weather cleared little the women dropped
: she! is an angel, ami angels: always I have," his!little :son'but he did not seem to have It will hurt to go without anything," he his bedside' prayers."Amen !. in, in their red cloaks I and made 1 glow in

snid Hob, who was \'el'r'ol'itl'l". ::4l1e hl'II1'tllt and he gave: both ("IUallIl1l1i"hml'lIt whispered. .Won't it hurt, Ray. ," said Rob, winkingand! sleepy.Ny the darkness, but they did not stay, for the '/
would come to us if she could. lly"said, Uay: ; upon' the paints of their small, sunburnt, "Of course It will hurt," said' Ray, with one was: anxious at all that ni ht'IJt church was very cold, and it seemed inoiv .
"at least if God would. let her'lie added onreflection. cold. hands. Then shut in to dn., In eves' "
: : they were scorn his steadfast: shlniii'' I when the morning ( and the noon cold and horrible having no prayer thereon '
\ Don't vou think if !she said to their lessons with two'hunches of dry bread: all the but did !
4. hut martyrs, they it. 1"1:1<.1,1\1 their had not returned, a Christ's morn, and the pastor, maybe, fl'07l'I
l I him, I want to kiss Hob and Ray and Tainmie instead: dinner.The Rob shut his little firm, rosy mouth, amiresolved great spread itself from the servants dead I in some snowdrift.At .
because: they miss it so, He wouldn't vicar was a man who held discipline: to demur no IlOl'l'. to the children. the vicarage Keziah tried in vain to
say no?" Hob thought minute,', then said in high; ('I'Ie'l'1I1nlll1 enforced/ it. Ray. was always telling him aboiit the Thc weather had. become terrible. The read. thc morning service to the children In' ,

to his:! brother, "o'lIpa always says'No'so; They ilid their lessons; Ray quickly, Rob martyrs but Rob did not care much for them, !snow fell perpetually, the air was very cark, the kitchen lire; her voice faltered all their '
p'rhaps! God. does too." tardily, both watering the pages, of primer he: ('ln'.llorl:' for the bunnies!! in the trap the winds. were very rough ; such a Ifa) They were all grave ;
P'rhaps' ," sighed Ray, with n tired voice. and copy-book: with scalding tears. Then Let us go," :said. Ray and together! hand not been seen in Devon for over tWllh''ea1'4i attlntol frightened wI1cll'rl1, l'WI thc twin babies, and .
"No" was! always said to them ; and how they huddled\ together; in the IIl'l'ha of the in hand, they trotted down the old dark, ; ami away where the sea was, ships;!! Ray sat in the window-seat with his face f,

much sorrow-- .. that pun menus__np -In-- tlio.--. m life_ nf- n n one narrow window to hear! each other repeat tel'll, oak stairs.! and barks were tossing in thc snow-storm more pressed against t the glass, quite "jnt. Tin- ;<,
child i I ) what they had had to learn by rote. children always had their llrst meal iieril. look of the hoy frightened his IU1'4e !
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The vicorago was: nn old, long wooden :, The casement: looked on the lawn at the sid.11' in the kitchen, for the lnvenh'Iu'e of Kcziah Where can the master be?" said I Keziah more than the loss: of her master.
house, overrun with creepers ; the very of the house; on the grass! was: a big old and the ouietudc of their father. They all in great perplexity. It would he impossible .He do take things to heait so,!' she said.
house' to be a puradtse: >'for children and dogs.< hawthorn tree, and under the tree were sat round thc deal table before the fire, thc to stay at the squire's' at Tamsleigh: for the to herself! with a sigh.It .
I with all kinds of deep old easements and huddled together, like themselves! :!, scores!I ofbirds. little ones in their high chairs, Rob and Rayon morrow was. Christmas d:1 and where was!! of no use to trv and read; she

chimney-places, and corner cupboards and ( wooden stools.!! would. thc church be wlhont'itl' church service closed thc big black prayer book, and let tH
I paneled passages'tho! ;' 'very place for twi Do l look at the birds. ," said Ill"" How For breakfast they had porridge sometimes ? startled parishioners come in ; some of

light'romps I and ilr lIt I stories, for fun and puffed out they look and how dull, and till ; this mornieg they mid milk ami The parish was! 1 very scattered one; a harI\ ( {'(1 many miles over thc snow not
play and mirth and mischief. Hut fun and their feathers stick upright" water in their bread, and Kcziah few farms, a few. cottages, with miles between rlS!! the blessing of the Christmas prayer,
play and mirth and mischief were all u quartet "They're cold," !said Rob thoughtfully\ for It treat lug "because it is R( each, spread over thc moorland, and and they found the church empty and the
frowned on at the vicarage, and though and added with fellow-feeling, as: he henr.lthe nigh Yule," as she said, for it WI the 23d about the vicarage and church itself there vicar ab l'lt. All were sure that he wns
they crept in I at times, because: they never sound of dishes and knives and forks in of December. were only I a few poor houses!! ; t thc only house dead ; surer yet, when a man, at great risk
ran be wholly absent' where six' children are,' the adjoining chamber Una looked at tho honey and bread. of any importance} was thc 8\"lre'!, over'atTaiiislcigh. to himself, came over from Tamsleigh GreatHouse
yet they.came in timidly and were lit hiding P'rhaps they're hungry, too." "Is i my WI, this I!!?" Thc few i>oople \ \ who to say the squire trusted that reercnce ".
for the 'l1Io t part' Anti never laughed out Hungry?" repeated Un)'. who had never 14 dear, said Kezlah, wondering. did dwel near, came dropping as the had reached home safely."Didn't .
lustily scampered ''about without fear birds lived. Then the color I I may cat it or not cat it, us I like?" wore itself on, and each had some I te1 ye truth, ye unbcllcvin'
Fora cold 1 dark'shadow was ujion the house Hushed back into the little pale ''face; he I For sure, my dear. What big eyes you darker suggestion, some ghostlier reiftembranco Jews?" said. peddler, who enjoyed his
and ,the 'hearts of its children ; and this: jumped up) and upset} all tho lesson: book!! :,make, my Raidie for naught. than thc last to ofl'cr in consolation. own importance as a sharer in this: terrible
.c... shadow ''was 'that of their father. lie was "Of course they! are hungry-how silly I I. Ray looked at his:! brOI a swelling Ray stood listening with big startled e 'ei.: history..
the vlcar'of'tho oxit-of-the-world }parish of am I-the ground'fs frozl'n-tiI'Y cat worms: Illrt. He had all the hunger of 1 seven- He was happy because his::! nurse hal given There could be no doubt now. The vicar
joldenrod,' that lay on the''hanks of the and seeds' and how they can't get any. Oh, year old country boy but ho law in his him a sieve full of'grain for the yet he hud left Tamsleigh, refusing all the squire's
Dart Icrrlck'a did before him':but he was in every Ho jumped oil tho window-seat, got his : He rose up and took Ids bread in his: hands near. Rob sang, and raced, and shouted, and En'I' one there knew that he must have

way unlike that hrlght- leurt(' roXtntry priest.( Unhappily for his children, one of the leaded window-panes, and crumbled the kitchen door. Rob with a tear rolling had no terrors for him. ilhCt1
he was'of: R taciturn Intlll'gloomy nature,' up his bread and flung it out to the down each cheek, bravely gnl\'ll111:4\ bread "It is passing strange," said Kcziah anxiously do come like 1 judgment," whispered
very mean; too, and'very'harsh' ami the birds': : Instantly they darted down, a motley and fotowt't1 Their nurse did not 'notice and knew not what to do, for it was Keziah to a frienellut of the chi ren'g hear
hound of hb heavy foot along! the passages little throng, ; brown sparrows, gray linnets!l, them, Ilr was!! turned as she fed the not weather to send man or beast! over the ing. it do. He a11 punished
made lloh and Ray fleo trembling and. the l>cckled thrushes' !l, chaffinches with their little twin girls. moor and the vicar might only scold if she them dear little souls just for feeding tin-
younger morsels ('rV'.' What little tenderness variegated wings, three big blackbirds::!, one l'I1 may kill us, but God won't be angry did send, supposing he was safe and \\1 atTamsleigh's frozen-out: birdi I And now-now he knows
ho' had ever had was burled with his tiny tomtit, and many robins. They were said Ray, lIIJ11) and never one of the great luill ; he always "afuss. himself what I is::! death in the snow."

wife under the big green yews on the sofcth' no longer dull : they hopped and pecked and mart'n ho fel more solU and ." Rob begun cry because the women were
side of the church, and the children were lluttered and chirped to each other and ate more sure. Then he began to ('fmlo his She did not know what to ll.). crying and he was!! frightened. Ray never
tifraid of him sudly and terribly afraid. in concert, and were very much better bctmved bread' and throw it out on thc Inow. Hut a twilight, or rather just u!the black shed a tear nor said a word ; he only thought
Their father was a very good man ; that is than a famished crowd of human Rob took one big bite, that he could not day merging into the yet blacker night to himself with an unutterable horror, "God

to say, lie was very truthful very honest! tjelngs would have been. help, then valorously flung his away in and thc mounds. of snow were rising higher was angry !"
very laborious!!, never shrank from any duty, The great hawthorn"free spread: above largo morsels.:! and higher against windows and door, there Christmas! morning began to pass awn,'.
however distasteful:; and never indulged in them, glittering with icicles. on every branch; From a lattice above them the voice of came 1 i oor old peddler who had struggled Thc beef lay unroa.sted ; thc pudding that
in any pleasure: however' tempting. Hut he the white, hard', smooth' snow was beneath: their father thundered : through thc storm with his pack on his had been In'its 'pot all night 1 IN oilefl madlyunnoticed
was: stern man ami rigid and he was also them, the bright-natured feathered things I will have no such waste. in my house .back and was half frozen,and begged shelter. ; the bells. of the church tolled 1
very meant '"close-fisted" Kczlah called it. soon' grew themselves alu, and their merry hold. Disobedient and wicked. children; ( I He was. 1 man well known in the (l trict. without ceasing.! Folks hl'JrIU to come in
His parish: was immense in extent and very chirping made the frosty alrallve with biederohne 'my wnrnot law?" They had him in and set him in tln'him.; from the outlying parts of the parish as Huskies
I! I oor in what it rendered to him. There was Worte, as gayly as if the hawthorn tree kill me, I do not mimI," said ney corner and gave him mulled cleared and the frost made the snowpassable.
.scarcelya'well-to-do; person In it, and the were in flower mid they at work in it making Ray, with a palo firm face. thc promise: of a ,bed; but scarce had he They all brought terrible tales of
;t vicar, though he had a snug sum in the their n<'l4ts. Rob and Uaywere: in ecstacies ;j' Rob frowned and looked surly. come to lib. full senses out of his cold and the past day and night; of sheep from frozen:
county bank and' was by no means!l straitened they hung against: the casement pouring out "It isn't: waste. 'uel have been in our hb, fright than he asked for. the vicar, and to death, of carts blocked, of travl'h'n lost I ,

lived like a'Very )poor man too, from showers of crumbs:!, laughing and halforying tummies, and now it's in the (dicky-birds.." when he heard that as yet the mater of the of horses. killed, of boys drowned by the
I inclination rather than from necessity! i.hill in delight ut their clever and wonderful discovery Meanwhile the feathered house was not at home'hc got up in his agitation splitting ice and of hamlets: .shut ott from

I r thoughts were apt to be 'sordid and his i.laws: that the birds in the snow' had been ollmwthorn-trl ami all the. hedges.. round though his limbs. were all stiff asbtatues each other. It was even rumored that tin-

were apt to be harsh. They .were very happy liungry.- 'They never remembered that they tokilg round to share the with rheumatism. great train from London, twenty mil away,
I I! } very often indeed, l>ecause there were would be very hungry themselves, for' in nlm I But I passed his reverence yester"eve, was standing still all the its
the old mossy orchards and the broad green their excitement and sympathy they had Their fath.r'l step came down the stairs in coming for hOle above. Tam lelgh, ho freight of passengers, unable to move,.ami
meadows, and the hedges, and the woods, crumbled away both bits of bread.;' They haste and called Keziali. hout'(1 The Lord save us! the Lord that some of thl'1 had been frozen to death.Kcziah ..
and, the, rattle, and the chickens!!, and the watched the little multitude eat every "Job Stevens lias cut his hand of chopping Sure as: I be a living soul, he's lost lstene with a beating heart to all

huge kitchen, where they could curl on the crumb, shake out their feathers', and fly furze; he is at the point of ; they on thc moor." the ftoril; :now three o'clock ; she .
wooden settles and cat'.their porridge, and awav. One robin Hew up to the lower boughs have come for me this moment ; take these The few neighbors! who were gathered in had put away the Christmas dinner mid foil
I hear wonderful tales from Kezlah.'who was of-the hawthorn and wing ati if he were children in and lock them in the study)" ; kitchen screamed and the children the children on milk andiKirridge and kept '

cook and nurse and (lair,' woman and housewife leputed. bv the rest to speak their common they wi have their chastisement when I listening grew pale. them quiet round her. There was no Ion (
Keziah. in them to their for their
and "Art sure 'twas criC1 agitate lull
all in one Keziali 1 loved them; he ['raise thanksgiving. ma..terf mf.-
cried with clasped! "Yes reverence in ". Lord bless us, !I" reiterated the ing father, but the sense of some
how ,
had seen them all born, and when tbeir Oh, lovely Ray your IUiAezil1h II II111cler J'at
mother had lain dying, liad promised never lands and caught breath. Oh, how beaulful amazement. Hut, ::4irJob StcVl'I1' i:sixteen He gev mo go-e'en', and said lamity around weighed on them kept
I to ll'ave'them, and sue kept her word, ; how clever of you, Rob, to remember mile if one, and in the snow he'd be here me, but I I them still and frightened. Ray was mute
though he was. a buxom woman, much beloved they were hungry."' I must walk, of course," said ber master struck aside to take some hook and eyes and scarcely)10"0.
and might have married. the rich: miller "And me who isn't i clever!" said Rob, : hastily: "no horse could get along. ami thread to Dame t'arew. a Ihe\1 oren'1 Hy four more quite dark. The
that had the water mill eight miles away with a chuckle of content. That i is not ling. Lock these boys In, and I of me, and 8 we iwrted company; villagers hung abut, cowed and afrhlkl'
down the river lint there were many things "What are you doing at the window, do not let them out till I come back." slep' at Car.w's hut and role on i' the morn the chi rn" mall day was]1m'"Iin I I
Keziah wished to do for them tl at she could boys'said their father's voice. Then the vicar threw his cloak about him Llnll'we us! he's a dead man I" been no service in tho church. It
not do because she never disobeyed: her All their joy ceased. and the robin Hew and went out toward the moor in the teeth In the bustle and outcry that succeeded no seemed to them a thing 8 terrible that tin-
the first\ to of the north wind. Rob and Ray one the children for a few Joll'nt sin of it woullie on them forever.
master, and she had to give them water uwn,. Rob was: one 111:4Wl'r."e : a"'lge noll.CtI
All whitened
\ bread to the dickey-birds. stood motionless. till thriekt.'tl out : hushe moor was without
when she would have given them milk, and gived our "
It of it." Their nurse came out to thtm. .Uai.le'l dead, too a ; safely fultllh'l bleated
cold when she would have gh'enthem was me thought
bread?" "My darlings, vou heard the orders that It Mon that Ray had fainted.In now and then, and the in the
"All WI
often ashamed at
hot bread and was your
the darned ami, thn'Jl.lbare'dothl'4 in which "Yew Iwpa both bit,*." the master gave," "be lid, with the water inlieriionest a little while he was brought round and byre; that was all. Otherwise a silence like
oi>ened hb bewilderedly."Father that of death enwrapjiod the village and tht-
fehe had to their little bodies-"the The vicar frowned. eyes. "
array threw his fat about her. wouldn't help the bird*! he church, and people dared not to speakabove
children] that ought to be the lint in the parish "Then you may go hungry until your Rob anus their .
: !" she would say to herself. Jt is piod ea-time, and remember that I will have no "Yes, but he'J gone, Nui>ie, you won't murmured, ul11Ihllll'n'tllll wept.Kcziah "ok'1 once Keziah rose
shouldersthan and took
!, each of
bo saint doubt but it is bad to l he a folly of the kind n uin. Keep. your crustsfor lock us in? 10re tht girls one on
to no
a ,
; for lone woman to her with their
hesitated and curls.Ray's she felt it right one own strong arms,
For skinflint she called worthier objects. Hirds. are mere thieves, Keziah kk"hi: woolI'l
fckinflint too
a from white to red have to bear, carried Ray up to little hoods pulled over their flaxen heads."Christ's .
soul. When 'fhev steal fruit and grain ami it b God's face changed rosy hi
muster in the secrets of her
her white la-d, and bidding him not to frt so, bllU.there dayheathendom. mlL.t not o b u
antl then again.
\ that frost should come to wihout
the snow fell, !she! culled.him mi more bitterly aid u\l'r\'ifu11'J'\lvholon, amid other of His. means, the ,destme .We must grew l e 11kl' in. Rob," he said was always hoHran down stairs, 11"er ail1 in Ui ehun'h.. ," the)sid tw
than ever. such .
been .
stormed at the >eddler for having u.
lon of their numbers. It is very impious:!* to sadly; we mustn't get nun MaICl1" i kilhen" Lt go lnellr"
The now made all the little people very
the children and there fur .
fool to so before ye the ,
"Oh, the noble little lad myllaidie a as speak 'Twi !
cold and she could not set big oaken logs ntcrfere with (Sod's designs. your ."
her to
with neighbors
sobbed him.HJ then took counsel
cried Keziah and
and good funnel coal waring with flame upall Ray's face grew very weary and perplexed; O'er do. u She went off into the dee
locked in they At 'one o'dU'k the what was to ]>eniiig gloom,
the chimneys a* she would have liked to Uoh'l verv kill gruve'and bird 1" Rob asked, at last. irought them their Wln'dinners, and looked The men ,volunteered to go out in search, into the air that was Liter still, but Iluil'winlC.
and chili *
do, andCtoldenrod grew very damp "OINI "The God sends wbtrul and longing. lib laid but there were only four or live of them, and Followed by children, tlu
11 is fat her replied. frost ren'relHe
h' of them old. Still, out they the snow under the
not till he comes back, she muttered stroking two were very Wl1t lark boughs
i' Run out, my chicks, mHJrl.t warm that alls.. them-yew. hair."Never went with their horn, lanterns, and theirhickaxes of the trees to the church door entered
she said to them when the white covering I't like God, then, Rob said, after aittle Ray's '
way, mind, Nursie," the thick falling snow soon it, the womun going behind her with Ian-
that was so strange to them stretched whil'. 1Urmurl"ILy. ,liid them ant terns under their cloaks. They sat
nice here. sight.
over field and world and made the leaflesstrees said Ray. "God" giIOt Pui a we and very .\'l"\ They thought of going up to the ihurch their lantern* in the middle of the able, and I
we can
and the swollen river look quite black i is that makes some mistake.with horror and Il'.I1I there to play with?" groaned tower and ringing the two Iwlb that were the light made 'I little ]puleIuw on tin-
Their father "What'l
grew graf that it would be of tomb-stones
against it. l what he called lib there; but they rttIdt'l.l that formed the
Rob was lying on (
white with Were blaspheuen panUl'n
Kay and Rob were taught their lessons by tony rge. ,. tummy underneath the table, no use. the wind was so high that Keziali! kneeled down and I'J Inll
in his titud a little dark, close own children? bllUs chance of being the voices 'llalouc
their father hs said Ray.Keziali the have no of thejieople ;
alike.They > bU
place, that was:as terrible to them as if it 'Chl' w'rt once more punished of 1"hl'r'!oUrhe. in, her : the men went out U Let they her prayers liad ceased and all was silent,
had been a, torture- chamber, for their aciiuaintame were this time Hogged L'llg to jitter against her master than hl'ur it tore hl'uJ't' wild night and their frightened the little faint tones of Ray stole through
small uud with (aneil, and their little stiff hand* it
letters the
with was eut for the most in kitchen the stillness
would have been women
the that
1 characters "Frost Ua I teen in all yean ll
write iu crooked :
large "
tlio cane was large, and their caning* were children of the vicarage, taking strange aud terriblepleasure do not be any more
of instituted by i the merv but for the very anel'r' I UOlle angry
uiven them: there. Hut* provision natur. birds .uyll' in hearing the peddler cry a hundred made a )ubtke- did nutml'an
Injtfi werVfre br their father had been (' of God to destroy the numbers of tlumkle3" : dead be
"Lord to cruel.
) of farmers, "Them's and he's a brute, tmc .n W he'la save sheep and 1
fiat devastate the autumn J\t l'herhi
called away" to a dying! parishioner on the crops lie us drinks '1 wine fcocra- man! told him toga to h for the bin and t>ave him. Please do not Ik-
of summer
thatSShidiwayftoiii and destroy the buds gardeners e\I' .
brown moor he
big should know ?" *>h.euuttered an old fool, which at last reluctantly an any more.
the edge of their orch- mils. Ul'ltbanel tl'r Then hb little voice died
did own in
said between hi wrath. Had t he learned away
"It U not true Kay I
n Su Rob and Kay ran out into the air *


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*ob, nnd nil the women kneeling there In ITEMS (l1" IXTEItKST.ALAIMMV llll Dray ; '. CONi)1X$11)
rvmt'tn Professor ; of liar
dark Solemnly,. \1
the cold nnd the too.
.lt( :, Fr.v., / 1<; 5'9.!
as they had entered 1. they left the church ; expects to procuee 1'1111,000: vard College, fora solution of this mvstcryThis :1i.
!'some one; )Jill !said "Ix-t) 'us sing n psalm'i tons more of charcoal\ pig iron than )lint year,. I eminent authority not only: had) nom ATLANTIC.( Sri.F WIXP l INDIA) THAN (01111. tnl.t will TI'I follows, Koad: 1
run us :
hut no one could sing' ; their hearts: were too nnd about .1,000 tons more of coke Iron. In I to oiler. but expresswl'the!" greatest Il..irl' t tl< SIT HAlMtOAD,
full for all their men\ were out on the moor, Georgia the charcoal.: prodmt will (be increased I I study personally I "o (extraonlinary: "- IM'.NMXSl'I.AK l KAIl.KOAD: DAY PASSKXU-H.: ; (nXUII': Si xnvv.)

; and who could tell what might chance there this year by, II..VM\ and the coke 11111"1. and ,\while Washington recent I WI" llvtrh,.) Leave Jacksonville ............. ?1:11.\::! M.

Then Ke/.iah on her threshold turned and\ product by, J.otio tOil". Ka-t: Tennc-oee will I, h'll 1'0111'1'1111 with I tneetiiiiro txuPl'ylltlR1..1N1) Leave Hal.lwll ............... H'to):: ) v. M. I
!said to her neighbors : also produce about ::iMooo tons more of coke' the regents)!: of the Smithsonian Institution : Horn 1 I::. Leave I (' ('ity .................iIal:: .\. >m.

Now thank ye all kindly, but go t to your iron than last! year. I h'la"4(111Ih time in the dose cicntifu Leave Ilk Oak................. l:0n: p. w. I
I (;losMping! is I bad nt Midi I n time!! !!, amid mentions i the fact ill /.i. (';' \lirHiiry 1ft, /..W.I4UINO '. \ yl.i '
1. i (plats.! OXK: : of t the KnsilNh: election phrase: for the Man'h number of the Hntiinicul: Nnettc. : \ .Arrive Savannah .. ... .. .. : r M.
"' t his. )For me I" will keep hy the hearth with ... N:00 l .\. M. I1*
7 whiih there is i no equivalent: in the I'nited I The fronds haeireserisl l their cnriunsutuvewent 1'n"llllal! ..... .. "
the children. The lx,rd succor their father states i is plumping./!." Where\er a constituency I all !' \Tit.Atl.mta. 11\ ( ............... .,:.'t.. M. fAIV \
The women\ were moved. 1 at the !seriousnessof !' rrturustrvmnleumbersemic11'miter can give I wilh.r. showing;//1'I'Ufl' energy 1.eim l' (tit. .M5 I'. Ml.eae i, \ 1 'il:1". : p. M.Irfave \

a woman always mirthful and neighborlyand one Vote each to any two candidates, but/ la,1 / in the of sunlight than but WII'1 11.11' til main In- l III'II. (!hi...... ';'.-"' I'. M. I )Maldwin ............... 7.05: I'. M I. '
lluence ,!
each went quietly to her own" cottage.Hie I gas: jets I\\'rllu.\ llnm-witk. ( !ha : ('unlllltIn'/ his tau \'olt'll to any one candi \\' Tin ] 'also \1 .\ni\ at Jacksonville' ........ : r. M.MAIL I
: herself went home, as she said that she' tnlnlllJ 1 steady II"nlll'l1 .\ \ l-'l.i. +l.l.t. M, !
date If he chooses he can give one \'lItl'to niF'IUI.lla.
.honld and the little boys alhl.rt'll.u"tlutI on111IIl' candidate and tlu's I is" termed\ 'lll" fernery I is exciting Ill'lllln II sdm I l.l'\ 1'\'IIllll.I..11.:1:1.:t(\ AXD F.XPKKSS, (Dvu.Y.)

I her knees, and the little girls slept in her "plumping." circles quite out of pr"I".1111 i to. its tiny' Anive Hallwil. Fil............ 1:, I'. ;1 Ix-ave, Jacksonville.............. 5o:: r. M.
r arms. Night; once more began to tlllllnr area being (constantly .\ person'1well for.lacksoii\llle; l.'tt: I'. M. U-ave White House............. t:15!: m'. M.
I the world of snow. In the inner kitchen A liicxTt.r.MVX: interested: in Southern progress kllO\\1 for the highest; !41'holnlottnll' U-axe 1:11.lwll Ix-avo Baldwin( ..... ............ 7:00: I'. M.IxMvcDaibyvillc .
the old peddler nnd an old laborer, too aged : writes to the New York llmtld to lilY; 111 t: Perhaps) fl'ol emit' IH'I'tll I, 1'll'II" .\rri\.la'hlll\ilh'I'III.( Route.p.) : : M 1. )) ....... ....... i; ;, r. M.

," to go out and assist! to search were talking that nearly ;;'IIOIICIClplullk-l, ( : are now in operation no more wll.h.tful than the game of fifteen. Leave ltllwil I for Cedar Kev... Illl'. M, 1.A.I\l lllf.TII.............. S.o7; i*. M.
.: low over their ale of storms that they had in cotton manufacturing( )!: in the ( hut once within its: IlIlhu'lll" it holds+ tin Arrhe (.llltlol P. I... I1)) .1.1 1'.11 U'ave Olustee................. 1:1+: !'' I'. :i.I .
known forty long years before The llernl'lapplauds, :! ) that! e\idcnce (.f ll\th'l visitor as resistless as does that :"chnatinglttzzle Ica>'e \ .,. r. M. I Ix'Uvt'Ml. Carrie............... !>:.ui:' I'. M I.

Kcziah had !shut no shutters' ; she hail l lit rial advance in this !section and )!: : or us did the Jlil.til 'eye of the An .Arn\c <(iainesville. ;'.li I'. M. Arrive I Dike Pity.............. ulo::I r. M.Leave .

'. candles and put them against each casemento that it I is necessary for a country full\ tit' dent Mariner.- UV (< /' ]nnuliit lIt Leave <.iincs\illc; ..... ............ .X'-l* r. M. 1 Live1 Oak.............. 1:15!: .\. M.

$' that by chance the light might/ assist her wood and iron to !send elsewhere for' IH'ltl'I'I .letup York lint(numbIrl. .\rl'I\ Cedar Key............. 11.:10: .Wt master if he were able to find his homewardway. all its!!: implements' ; Trains to Jacksonville and North of 11111- Arrive .\Illlll..t,': ,;, A. M.Arrive .

household belongings.OF 4. i TALK AltOUT SILK IrUl.US.I win tlaily. :".Uli\h............... IIMI.\' ) M.

I.iord hdtlll'lIl\ all jnior souls!" she cultivated fruit beyond the Cntawhagrape I I \I.. h. whose UOIMI Noinil. Leave Savannah ................. 1:111':: ) M.
1'11. .
L thought, rocking'! the babies in her arms and scientists assert that North America I articles: lrlzirr. WiinllllllJ. In Tin' Iea\ Key ............. .II\M. 111'Ihlr .......... ...... I:I") i" M. \
thinking of the ships! at IIl'n. of the travelers\ !has added nothing, while 1Ilth1IIeril'u I is! \\ from 11 time to UPI'lil;furnisbei Arrive tmines'ilhe) ).I MIxavc 1.'I\( Tnlalll1'4t.( ............ .1:1.1: t. M.

on the moor, of t the 1'hl'I'lIII1't) on the moors, believed\ lobe the original home of a numberof much nilM >raetical on iines\ille..M.... .. ..' \ .\. ( Leave ................ '.'::1"A.I M.Leave .
and the trains blocked l in the snow. useful and fruits. Such luxuriesas wing i IlIforl.111: recent I !lh.l.r of Arrive Waldo (P. II. K. Jun(..). JUS .\. M. 1-akeCity( .................. *:.M \. ti.

Kay, with his hands clasped about his little the vanilla plants coeoa nnd tobacco: are pro gn nicatton> ;Ih'rl."t!, 1I1 1'II'l'.lhl..?. !11... .\. M t. Leave Mt. tlrr\t.\ .............. .1l:I lf< A. M.

; naked legs) sat and gazed into Ih'tlrt., nmumiccliadigc11ouslhcr': Although: maize of silk-worms .\rl'I'( luhlwlll..............I'.MT: r. :1.i Ix-ave Ollllh.l......... ..... .. IIO.t. M.
; :;\:.y his eyes wide open, his mouth parted. "Pray found to be in high state of culturea Since the breeding WO iltrtl'l.t : Leave Sanderson............... -X'JO: ) :A. M.Ixave I.
;& ;' do not make me go to bed," he said once ; was a it ismore seven or eight years ago by Mr Leave JacK onvilU\Cum., ( It"uh'.1.1.) A. M Iarty'villc....... ........ .">:r.> .\. M I.
landed )here
hen the first! adventurers his of SilkvilleKansas Arrive Il.iKluiu... :! t'. v. ,
: r.: "pray do than the Indian who is: now Dt 4lt'rl' on property : In-live Uuldvvin\ ....... ........ j:40: A. 'I.
t So when she put the others to sleep, she let believed indigenous to be of: Mongolian extraction. silk culture has spread into Katisaand !! 1.A.'ln'l' Bahlwlll...,.. ..........PJ.IO i'. M. I.'I"'l'hil' House............. :I .) .t. M.
'I" : him sit up with her by the lire. many States of the : luh. It wlulll l 1 Arrive ll.rlltlllII.: ......... .. .'1.40) r. N. .\rlh'l' \ ............... 7: )0 .\.11. i iOn
," \ won't you: g II to bed, mv dear? she asketl l }'J17S l'RII11I one of the t blackest of cities,by have made rapid progress before that tint( Ix-ave ..... ::1.451'. M. Mail( and F.xpress Train Sleeping (':u'm
:(.. him, as the cuckoo clock told of the night reason of the smoke (Will time manufactories; had it not been t for the failure of 1llt1 of I A'I"'C ltrunsvvik..... M.OO) I'. MLeave through to and from Jacksonville nnd) i
'; Kay shuddered.:;) hut a plan, I is being tested that promises to multicnule mulberries more or '! 1 lln\t Maeon. S.40 1 A. :1..rrh'e Savannah run Lucas Sleeping!: Cars run
1 :\.:, "In my bl'llll."t night when I tlict'p." \ I make it dean. The plan proposed i is to of the subject, who In 1841 raised poor breed Atlanta (Si. 1,1.' r. x. through to; and 11:1 ) and Tal \
"4 xiw; paler dead in the snow, and Sod's birds wash the smoke, and the way of doing it is of worms on )leaves more (capable[ of destroying .Trains to Cedar Key and i South of Hil. lahassee.FF.KNAXD1NA. 1'1'11 Jlkll11'
;. covering him up with leaves; I should, see thus described. The washing i is done bypassing than of giving them health anti material win daily except Sunday. !
l it again now" the smoke through u spray maiiselby !" for silk which \t\ absent from many speciesof ; PKNINSt'LAK I KAILKOAD'nltln : 1':X\I.:. (DAILV..) I

; Ah, my poor (child!1" paddle wheels revolving in a tank ofwater1 wit mulberries. These persons: listel ( ]\ Hranrh., ) Leave Jacksonville!" ..............11li: A. M.
He leaned his head against: her, and they holding soda ash III solution. The of Idiuil, their 1llral'I..llllo\\(1 Arrive Baldwin.' ,..............\-::) J'. M.
!gut in the chimney corner together.!: tank an(l wheels are placed in the flue between the impossibility of acclimating the silkworm Ilt NIl soi'Tii. Arrive }t.rllll.lilll... .......... :.10". M. \

The cuckoo called ten; o'clock. the furnace and the dllrnlll'1 and the In AII'ri( u. The brilliant 111'Cl'll ohtaincd .. Leave "'0111.) Juiullon.......... (Ul,t. w l. Leave ...............10.10::') .\. at.
There was a sound of voices outside the wheels being made to '\' Il' direction by )Ir. De Uoissiere in North CaroUna Leave lIlwthorlll.. 7.40- At 11. J.eave HIIIII\\"III...... ....uo.... 1:31: r. ) I I.Irrhelueksunv'ilIt ,

house, the shuttle of men's feet in the crisp of the diimney the draft) is increased.: : in Mississippi: in Louisiana and iiTexas Arrive Lochloiisa. 8.10) .\. M. .............. 2:3.n: >. M.Passengers It I
snow ; the dog barked outside: the flash of The smoke: after being)!: thus treated will not ; is well known and effectually refute! NOHTH.IAIIVC fur and (Cedar Key !

torches flared red on the lattices! Kay and soil u white handkerchief. such Ihjl'l.tll. !. Silk culture wishes, to has beeomi. 1.IIchl0058.lolNt...............1n.IN.t.ut. take this train. Fl'I'IIIIIJII t'trllfrlll Haldvvin to
his sprang up und rushed: to the door one say something Ix-ave Havvthorno( .10.4.") A. M. Cellar .
FLOWKKINU WITHOUT HOOT.-,sv. AY/ >/ and t forced it open. The men were bearing on the subject and many wrll'll'ln Arrive Waldo Junction ..'.r. M. ,
Scrihner ( New York tells us in its .. ( with A.I.
by 0., the of seeing 'usNt'IUI.\t HII.I\\"ln t
it for \'c
of them cried C
a litter and the foremost out, II
Little, master, it's father. We've done issue: for March( that there grows, on the print, 11Irl")!: from old hanks Trains fTt11"'IIMn In l I"'hillwon.tutu rotas'I'ucsllay1'hnrsl8y "'. I. T. K, K., for (Cedar Key (ah"\'il
your and Saturday.CONNIPTIONS. ,
:a pood Christ num.night's!': work; Cf.y< hay, mountains of California a most wonderful and giving publicity.mater and pernidou1errors. and 1'rllllll.1I111 all points 1\1
climbs. l Tallahassee Albany
he's not dead fear" (lower-n t twining h\'lU'llIth-\\"hldl West ; lt it ,
; never: other till it )has reached the and all North inldWcst :
(Kay rushed out into the :snow.Formuinymomeuta up IIIIIIO bush or .('rrlI are such iis may well dis ATI.\NT\. 1"11\h. points ;
all was confiiFunr; ton\ and after resting while to make sure t'fllI'lhl'SI; the most cnthu-ia by the bur Close connection Is: made at Il.. at ( with t Johns River tl'lll. \ .
men it lias a good hold breaks loose from its root ; the endless impossihh \tnlta. ers. J. S. McKLKOY J : ,
)then the laid the shutter gently'down 111'n1l111'11 (, even to and North, ; an i .
r. before the tire, and taking nil the wraps: and goes: on to spread out its lovely) pink they exnct-j-such. and sudi n fl'ltIIIII'"llIt 11'.11. DAVIDSONMaster Transp'n.Superintendent. i
strewn! over: hint i showed Kay the motionless blossoms) : : just j as: though t / nothing curious: had I ijuantity'ar.: of f.ulllll'r day, providing, in short daily.AT U'IS. (IA., __ #;
form of his father whose unclosed} and happened.' It carries: on the business by itself (I.or .Mississippi(I : and Louisiana: : rules: which : i't '
eyes PHNSACOLA: ( AX1)
J in fact, blooming and! seeding all alone in and Iowa. On With Trains) for I'utilln.: Columbus, (SaMontgomery .. TACKSOXVILLK( '
"even :
whose lips! fecbly.murmnrcd : are KIII-IIII
gray Mobile and New Orleans.AT KA1LHOAD.MASTKK ) .
lIlt (
for weeks and month, in !spite' of the sun ,
My little boy, do not be afraid. $oulhl'rl States like Sy'rhi..Ilia! Minor am.Japan .
ray: burst into tenrs and kissed!' his fatheras that burns: hlay and the air that chills: by .' ('1\1!41'I'4fllly',( !silk-worms II .:nSZWIS.1.1.\., : TiuNsi-oiirATiosV Own ly, I

: lie: had never dared to kiss him in his night ThU.scems: a little strange, but the their a\l'ril'l. ( (' !! of their Ill. \111 New York and Fl'': TAI.I.AHASSKK:, FLA.., February.,' 'I, IsSu. r|

life. information comc.s from a good source. gar- in fact, whercu'r they ha\ei 11 Llle 11'01 New )111'k Wl'lhll'lllult On and after Monday, February 2, I 18M ,

Setting out to walk ]homeward from Tams- WHY "'.: Hrrmi: Ont IliiKtn.-The layerV roof and a lar airy space beneath: it. 10.IHI: min." for ; York on L'ridav, Clt t assenger trains of this road will run as folovvs .

leigh, he had ('rnll4'Ilho.Jf the moor in safety, of wheat berry, as we proceed toward the After giving some examples in support mif ::101'. mum.: from 1'1"'II, N. P., (nl'lil'I' { viz: r
in the teeth of tho'blinding) ; I'notll'n; 'as centre, become more and more completely this assertion, and describing tw' two prin ; for 1t"ll N. P., on Wednesday.Wiih l'AlNlEIt'I'IUIx-E.1S'r: 11\UXD.!

darkness fell he missed: his! wav and had starchy, and at the centre but little else: is which maladies: ('lIjl'llll'I'l'lIIIY tll' old system (icorgiaand I Florida ItIIUI'tl'III' Leave Chuttahoodice..daily: at... '.' \111'. M.

wandered far and become so exhausted; \ 1 by found; and\ this: portion' makes our finest" sacrifices I 1'1'ltu11 degrce boat ('11. from Savannah on : Leave Onincy.........<.... ..... 'i'"p. M.u.t
the wind and tln/bUter, (bar he had lost flour. The finer the flour the less) lit it is for of tl'IIII'rhll which the worms am day Friday :and Sunday ; for Savannah ii Ix'uve Tallahasse ......... ... ll (III') M.Leavo i.

all i ower of even guessing where he was, nutrition In its natural !state the wheat eggs arc lr.rnzil'rl"III:: Nothing TIH'II.I.. Friday and Sunday., Monticello .... .. '.... 7 10 I'. : J
? ? and so had grown feebler nnd! blinder nt with all its components present is not fitted is served by having healthy eggs if :\111 Charleston! Steamers (S. .,//' an Leave (Irecnville......... ... I( :W r. M.

r JLf each step and had staggered/ for shelter into for perfect human development., There I i" u raise the worms in unfavorable hvgicniiconditions. lily }'(', /) from Savannah Ilel ('III.\"tllll Ix'tivu .......... ... 2U} 1'. M. '
( llllloll.
fvjf .t hollow place made by some rocks and trees'; deficiency In the potential heat-producing They t then become 11141'11 c there he had! sat down himself in cooler spontaneously. In absolutely to re- Mom lav and\ 11'0 "
wrapping, materials, especially for :climates, Illl.r Charleston ..... ...1MHM.. i
his cloak nnd the dawn would the breed we. must! raise I in With dully to and from SiMary's t,. lu'.IIIIIOh.
trusting there being only two per centum1 of fat inwheat. generate ht'l 8h'lIll'rUl Arrive : ....... ... uh5.iA.M.
break. Hut the fury of the storm had uprooted "'(' instinctively: supply this deficiency the open air and J'tlT them to tl UlIl'll. (Su., 1111 send-wccKly to and Iron ii a I Arrive 'lhlllo..'lll'......,.... ....10 :!. .\. M. ,

some of the trees and loosened some by tho nltiimlllf fatty bodies.: We t\uh'l/tlh' or it approach I as hear St. Mary's River landings. Arrive LakeOity.;....... ..... ::1:1: .\. M. ? ,

of the boulders ; with a roar ns of thunderthe spreatl; butter uimn we mingle lard or I possible.. AT iiu.nwis, .'1.\., Arrhc lluldvvln.......... ... ( '.\.1',
huge stones and the oak that grew butter with our biscuit o cake, and the fat (persons( who have attempted and With Tmlns for.Live Oak Tallahassee(i Arrive JuckKonvillo.... .. p.... 7 oO) A. M. \

with them had fallen across the entrance of meat and bread are tukl'l alternately or coincidcntally. IU'I'I1'full' solved tllo\"llllIllI\ this man. all in Middle and West Florida. Arrive ..... .... :'t 40 r. M I.
points Jt.rllllllll. -
his shelter and barred him in ; of Itordeuux /
a J1rl ol1l'1' The starch, being a cnrlwit quotes illltnl. Arrive ....... ... SMj'. '.
There half frozen famished, miserable he utford but little w hoYUiel't.pc+ ) 'In the ail AT FLA.,, flhu''llc "
hydrate, can l'llIparntvcly. II> open JAIII"II'1. Arrive ...... ..: OJW P. M.PA8HKNURK .
had passed!' the night of Christmas eve, and heat in consumption) mil futh are' de in u ('0'11111''uu"lrul.J ,in the midst of With Steamer Alt (
the wild day of Yule Itself; while his peoplewere manded by the wunt of the"y"ter.-UJitet the prairie. 'lhYI""IIII..1 of five rowif on Orange I lake, on arrival of Peninsular A 'M
searching for him east and west north SVri/rt Milter, double !sIPI"lrh'\ (Mists plantedin Ibiilroiul'Train.AT .. Jacksonville .. daily"lt... IVM.
..,. lo'11/: .
und south and 1m little son wlL'4lpn'in, to : the earth : planks replaced 1 by a Jat Ix'itvo Fernundinu... .,., .,
Good Friday at the church wer. IAINKHVILI.K:, FtA., aveOaiiiesvllle/ U ( .' A. M.
I HIMl""nut to be angry," He had resisted the Oy mornlnp. time through which the ,air ( 1Ir, .. .. .
longing to sleep that came over him know of Allulowl, "tIet, in I.OUlol, the shelves was vUllh 'full1'111 1 "'. ''With Stage Line ,dC111 amid Tampa,lit 1.- vul.tlr Key ......''. :... ;80 A. M.
ing such' sleeping; fatal, but he had given li''J111 custom which has been.ob ) )>roteetinnthe larvu I from hull t but Monday;' Wednesday UUl HatnrJiiy ; front' IA'UUt Hlldwill ........... ..... 70) r.' M.

himself up for I lost, hemmed' in by the.Im. the last two hunlrCl and eighty- only slightly from ruin. The exterior; wall kola andTanipa ' passable barrier of the faJ1t't"oakl and the seven Ytll'Jl, sixty of boysfrom were closed: bv ti cover of packing ,. day.. '.vv II'VfllhUh ".., .o..0" .. 4 :r.'M.Lxi (' .

rocks, and knowing well that none could see Christ s Hospital attended service. ,' after !I which suliiccd{ to keep ot' the hints. It i II ATTUIAK: RILY,/ ., l1PI" Ouk.,........ ....2 i .A. 11.Ixave .
him or hear his voice shout'as he. Would. which in accordance with the will of Peter in these: conditions that breeding ,of Mr, With :.Tumiiu: Steamship 6; >.V Line fur Madison ......:.. ...... 3M A. ) .
over the desolate moor. Symonds, made in 15)3! ; they each receivedat (untrue has for long time been so rnceessful Tampa.and .Nlanatee J Monday and Thursday,, ..;......;.: I....':. 4111 A. M.

Death wan very near him and in Its awful the hands >of the Churchwarden: Mr. that not u worm 1 has died and "each.1M at 4 p. m., and fur Key West Sunday MoutJu .....i;...."" ;... 3 OU A. M.
presence he regretted many things! and re- Shayer, a new penny and I packet raisins. made its cocoon. '' Thursday, at 0 u. m. &nt Arrive Tnll4nl ) .,....,,... .... 7IUAIt.Leave .

pen ted inauy. lie thought of his jwor little A very ancient custom was also observed ericnce and numerous With the Tufted, States: and FailMail Tulnllc........ ...... 83OA. M.

l'hilllrel'ith shame and sorrow", ,and ho remembered Darholorew.the-Hret, tmllflt1 At cases oltvd Mr. Crozier draws the followingconclusion l Steamer' A'lmlrnl for Key "11"41', ,, Ix-avc ..............;:. ....1 I M .\. '1. r
how he had struck the child for the 'ondUlol Irll'e in : Cuba on arrival of ttslscial'I'rulim I ,eyerv Tues. Arrive L atuIIMKtwt..;;;." ..;..1:'M A. M. !

its charity to the birds for the alms of bread the church was visited (a procession l heilp Mrst-It I is useless to go in great tptne (lay afternoon, at 41V. ) p. in. From Ilavana' CONNEC'f1/N; $.
I that now he would have thanked heaven for formed), when the Rev J. Morgan to ventilate mind warm house's already costly.Se Culw.'and Key West every Saturday. ..SJKJcial ,At Live Oak daily with tht" H'nnnh. IFlorida
hlmelfIIthen! the sound of- the searchers twenty-one sixpences on the tomb, which
roming over the snow was borne to his ('ar. were pickod up by twenty-one elderly female and expense, one is not only sure of With Steamer Knttriific, for pointnon the Savunnah.. und all Northern, I'u.tcr: und
and the eric of his own dog-the(dog he had of the parish. It is stated that an old MMVCSI with good mulberries and healthy HUWllllll'River, on Thurwljiys) at (i u. m. Western ( C'I. \):

often chained and often beaten-brought; lady left this benefaction, and that she lies eggs, but Ole l'UI e\'I'1 improve diseasedbreeds. For information respecting routes, rates, At IJike City dally with thfc Florida Central
hem) to his hilling 1,111Iliul' with rojK*' let buried in the thUrl"IYil, btmttheexaet rfpat etc., apply) to Ituilroad to lull from Jacksonville, St.

dovyn to him front above they dragged him cannot be ) 'hlrll-HWl'fl\'u ,a useful or 11111"1(1- A. 0. MAcDONKLL, Augustine, Palatku 1uterpnseand; 1.111(1imigs -
up into the starlit whitened world the stern ('lultril' are (k'n'I't'imket and Puss. Agent.' on the l"t. Johns: Kiver.
to hie rung fastest 1 locomotive
v'icarjwatnp ttrongor' Jbjun jiisj fettle sort; )he WHAT is beUe\(1 is be Ilh'ulIIL".II'rlcO81111Iul,. ruinous in I) K.: MAXHKLI, (Jtn'l $Supt '.'1T At Haldwhi dully with the Atlantic, iulf '
swooned away. in the country shortly to placed on ) tho Mississippi -- ---r...- -- -.. and lYest'India'rrunsitltaihwuytuuudfriui -
Brook line between Philadelphia lke tlat 1
He had liee'n imprisoned in the snow" for the Kouud valley. Tll li: FI.OHII 1'ernepli11ahuincsvllh., (.'tslur Key, und .
und New-York. It is I * exi
thirty hours. i )1 r. Croxicr further 11'i'lt'lil system with vteamen fur Tampa I Key West und
.\ihe, lay in the warmth of his own hearth make the distance: at un ulilrr speed of u is the mot fault J la"UII. J

with the tire-light dancing on the light curls mile u minute. material The (' ., dit.1. front I fttthere of taking more ntunul., fil the worm t.l''not ) 1MPKOVKMKXT; COMPANY At Chuttuhoochfe three times 'weekly with
others in
of Kay, he opened. his. feeble arms to the Ifl! IlItt11 eat except when it is stimulated by heat the People'H Line und Central' Ihl to
of thereis
du'ld. ', being two Id." Ilh'hlK wll'11 about seventy to eighty-live or ninety degrees. and from Columbus, Iurlula.; Fort (Suim ,
My boy. I have been cruel to you. Forgive but one pair, and thc ) alll one- Fahrenheit, fsjxi-ially in its first undsecond .\I *
which is from to
:: me. life hair been spared I feet cliall'ter. one During this Intl'r""llf ,; ; Sleeping ami Parlor t 4,11(*.
half feet than those of the IIUUIIIjP. riiniidliiuf .1lt-"lIt
will try to make it a blessing to you and to one t tuil larger of the day. ul>out the worm is small ; it occupies \' ) 111 Lucus Patent, r\l ( IK.tvvteii .- *
your brothers. lucmutn' HO little space and ('I"IUlt' so little TOWIIM on 1C It. Line, Tullllul' Jacksonville.dr .
The by *
"And the birds? whispered Un)'. object sought atwll'l dispensing air that it IIIH''I'laT11 placing timieknetresref J, 'tllll'k( : tlll'llrt ('IIUlIl'tlol. Ilrfl.t )
with the double lush of driven ana the .
His father smiled. | cloth at the windows to t'I&IIIIO'olltia. And <'.dnr Kr/ uifty. KIXIAK; VI.IKT,
You shall hang a sheaf of corn out every use of but one is to do away with the connecting tion amid warmth. :'i-tf )Ial" Transiiurtation.N'OTK'K J

winter, as- the(10 in the Sweden of your rod that rests upon both wheels on .. lentil the third moulting they can be left 1
each In the of ruins the -
.toT\.hfuk1', I know now what it is-to die .i41e. running fast in an a[ artilcittWairuudattigimt/uil in wet : Ill( IXrOUI'OIMTIO.VOF i iI'
,' )bus that It ,
so frequently
in the snow.Kay been great and cold time Hut after undergoing thethird rill: fl'USSJX.U: -
laid his bead UltOn his father's breast liupjiens this roil snaps, delul\hC the cabin moulting lets hit to allow the \url Otft-rs to Lessee' and 1'ureltusea 1 large t ; 1lto.\U 'Of'SY.By k I
: unit oftentimes (betrack.
and was happy. thl'llwl fl'lfn to eat but t lire*;meals p day, uud to lcnj.'thtn number of the nist eligible I AUTIIomTYOF'ASATOK-THr' :
On the locomotive there is
When the morning; which was cloudless, new tit the breeding two mine he hail his sheaf of wheat and hung it fear of that anything of the sort from, l ht''uu'the only thun to fXxiN4> it by I raiiitg.the tcmjx-ruture I, ,ts, suitable for JIusinesH Piiri-im's, or for title) .\1 J lrl\'lte a for I
above the door and all the birds flocked to is widelyextends tllc'liller- by fine and doling IIUI111 windows to tlC IncoriMtrulion Hulrull. und' Canals,"
)1M'S| the of wheels. Suburban Kesldtm-e,
it, fluttering and chirping in little multitudes to one pair infection from the air charged with the hmi- City or approved 1111. Jutlt' In I
the is about thousand
the bold bright robins foremost, of engine eighty-four of their respiration, of their (':('I'lllt. hereby given, us required by said act, aiompuny
][rfjunds. and the water-tank has a capacity| ri'OX KASY: TKKMS.: Utn ] under the
t Sod did hear me when I aob..lllim not ali the fermentation of the litter on has tirll(' namwnf
to IK. angry: any more" said Kay, and Rob of four thousand gallons. they lie. Then( for the regions of .the '( the i'F mt\.txPINA AXU J.'J"\rLJt I.JJ-
e ,said ")It'. t410. I asked: Him." A ottim liun.-"hlI may I* seJ-it at South, It ft ius-e*,tHU to keep the WI.rl1 a IJU-ral Disc-omit on "ahu. allowed J to lal.ti.(1Mp.txyto !IN' hlV't..1 .

And band in band they looked up at the the: house of Mr. K. J. I/xmii.s, of the JVui broad blue -lJtllfar'id. Mt .tmlml'ottice, a curiosity aural 11)tcr I ( until the third moulting afcrwull: parlies"fngugisl in mutm fact u ring orlndiiH- .:- .l ui">n compunii. formeil under

in plant which It attracting the study I II liive them at much pure air tu IM."itl' I'' trial cllterlrla who) will ere) on the projtirty tul.1 act for the purjxutoof/ ('11"lu.tlll<
I )tome eminent lM>tani t" lime cIUemun. the region of the North the .atunl.tate malllWitlill und oM.-rating| u lalro,11
"Tins, dear children, is the hoe of a an''excellent lsl imist, dug; up" a diould he U near I" | purchasc'd) substantial 1II'r\\'UCltl [ 111' thuonveyuncu of JKTHOIIS and
Chinese lady; see how little U U ; what avery hillv1 : al'lrluAI'l I..IJ"I
sole it ha..." "I'll bet it ain't ; full of a common fern (AxplemumirRhomant : taking ugaiiint ; r n.idel't. or in which to conduct their ropfrty.i
narrow whole ( The main line of said KailnMid! will Utlmtit -
'), the White Sulphur luj-iu-ies t>f the st-usoii luring thu .
as narrow as IeaiunJohnson's. Fathersayslaic Springs whiei.lting: autumn, and ; tile of breeding. In ...ldu"ilu. shun -x- 11"11("' tweun'-inle mile in length ; willbu
soul will fall through a crack in the floor Vlr.dllJ but ,ld the mlanger sustntmterl \Wtwii-n a >inton the Atlantic,
earned the plants hor" to ornament a' trl'lt. prefer extreme n to IXDl'diilKXTS TO'fh'It- I e |
some day and get lost ,,'a.tLt'- shrill comment :. t hamU-r. ) his ottonWimnit to c.f warmth without ulr esustautly re I fill( ali Witt India Transit Kailruad, in

of a boy given to sharp li-tening. The observe \his retunt"a. that H\rl fn,n.N t 1'l'I '' KIW; b fxemptioit for a tenn of years from S'usMuii. (.sooty, und the ". Johns Kiver, at
the Chinese hoe in his )
superintendent| put about city of wnd willhNls
of the (emi malntaint..1 a steady JU\"tll'nt I offered I, the several titles lor tl. JI'kol\il',
school to taxation, und
and the sing
|JMSket" requested" rough from twenty to fury 'I,II J HEUE: 15 I min ar.rl'ut f ur('n'llatunlt.: ,\. ) thrl1h) llrlu( 'ofNasnuii
Pull fur the t hhore, tar to that ma
or the swinging of a This move- ,lion. Small boy with u pall : say, Ii.:)JXWtU.
A MIX without brain! need hardly expectto meat continuing !be Fame more and more I is lain done vet? I If he I i". please put his ./trOfm-e (cur ,kith H*., l-Vnandlnu. I,. WU'KLU'I.'t'VUJ: ; :

become a Daniel Webhter by eating oysters. iterated, 1!n'hCI for ilt nlallltI'Jg I I I thlt ere tin kettle." l/J-tf 1'V4Ullu. Flu.. J/lfrA. l" .



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I LOCAL REFLECTIONS. The Vegetable Oo/ \\.c tender our thanks to the lion( bulge' ; RTdII.C'i! MKATS.Beef. -:-:---- --- (:hnrIelon.NrttHniitth; ; A FloridaSTE.IM

:Shipments; ; :' during the past week: have in tutu valuable State; :Solicitor for favor, \\'itlmltt'llIll"c [ Tennessee! ........................ 111(/". 1 IK { 11': COMPANY.WINTER .
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Tn f'rcut'C'fl'crr' rapidly.' The steamer(. John's must have assistarcc! our labors Beef, Florida ..... ..................... .V.Tt; 10
:, Correttimndenta.CorrrtjiomlcHt Imlll.lo\'r :{onO crates::' ut our wharves on probably, immaterial.proved' arduous indeed l l avid very Mutton( .................................. \ii\ IM -SCHEDULE.: ,
mid ertoii l/fll'illol111l1i//nll I Pork............... ... Ii
) for New York In conclusion, ............ .... .. ( 1 10 .
Tuesday last market. Our ( would) I
with this ,, we 1'11tlwt., although i ........... .. ... ...
IIfIpfl': 'ill1"/ direct to Fl-ontiiV of the ; Sausage! ...... .. . (it 1.5FMtfll. PALACE: STEAMER: ,
some IRON
1 railroad has now to run extra trains to accommodate charge to which our mtcntion r :
I :MtliKou 1.'n'lIlmlimFI'I., the has been f'allcIIHI\"C been of such a nature I I FFF.P: KTr. 1'I1J'Im'

growers. as 1 to demand protracted' l ("III'I.II'r"tillll'l.t I Bran! and Middling ]I..r loo Ihs., i .'$n l(! 1 40) ST. JOHNS
11118Iu88 OJJIce. Among the :Southern outrages, we pace the number has been' very I limited, and! as I Corn, per huvbcl). ...,?................ (II. 1 IN)

\Ire\ hare ntiililifkrrl" n Jtiiniir.iK! (\fire;; nt the not yet noticed I the growing! of "cuke forXorthern we are fully convinced, that the bringing; Flour |I-r barrel...... ...............y :))41 if r M 1M'' 3 >
vmler thf !supply' mentioned.' In this I about of this; better, condition of thing Icisbeen : I tiny )per link' His...... ...... ...... ..... 7:,fa !MI S-
Jwriet office, elinrije of M, 1 II t /. U lied section
I the worthily and. ably! aided, by the effortsof Hominy per barrel..... ............ (,i.4 7.,
H ./f., H'h will/'tfri''f, if/II" mtcertireinent I of Rebellious: South" where the our J:0",1] citizens= we would most! sincere Oats per' bushel........... ........... (
mil uthcr j'm-ors for the )1 limon, mot, icho til- : musket wiry grounded the cucumber nowf1ottrisllcs ly recommend a jwr-cvcring in the !same on Ire, per ton..............>.............. (, ]111 :s//
d tmycr.t lie jxtjicr on file.DIM to complete the work the former their part' that law and order mav continue Ice, per' 100 tI,........ .................. (,i, u7
to shed the /golden halo of tlicirntiClinrttiugandratifviig
('o\lIll1ot accomplish.Tlir (CAPT. LEO:( VOGEL.
) >, III this city Monday( the 20th in.-t. -- ----- ; / influences! OUT ill our broad IVInler Season
: : and beautiful land. Very re-pectfully, twin tutu IS(). Will leave Fcrnamlina for .Tal'k nn'i11('. P.v
Fcrnitndtna nndJtallroad. .ltfc1.HOIu'lllr i
; Mrs.MnrthaR.S\vannof: ( : :;
plcuro-pncuinonin. Johns
J. St.
MI.KLL.TIIK ( i latka and intermediate landings on
--------- ----- GEORGIA; : : AND FLtllllt.tJL.1ND : River, and Savannah:: and Charleston as fol l
Tf-u.tY, bylhc rule of custom, and of ctytnologicnl .\ full organization of this company has Si'i.Mu.K:: os lit: n I.IIIIF.Tile cotton lows' :
i : fancy, the oyster will commence been effected as f follows : !spinning! ; industry, one of the great Industries STI.:,'" no.\'.' ('CHI.-"S. From Fernandina for; Jacksonville und
his of of the world, i is continually increasing Palatka, Thursday) April 1. 5 .\. M.
season rest James Fellow, President, ; James:' O. especially in this country. The total num TIME :SCHEDULE; ) :, Mindav, ,I, !1 A. at.
-- ----- host, Vice-President ; K.: H. llarriman her ol spindlc.s: on the )globe is, according; to Thursday, .4. .) A. M.
WE regret to the from Tnlinif Kffeet Iho-.sihrr1v1.".
accounts ( Ttifflny,
s Treasurer ; I';:. X. Dickcrson, Jr., Secretary.: the latest! returns, Tl.'i'iO.lNO:! of which Britain Sunday: 11. 7 A. :M.
various portions of the State rcportthc peach Director*-James W. Pel low James O. Ho.t.B. has :;mt4"C"M', < ),( Switzerland; has, coiitrar.v Thursday: ) .. t.1, 5 A. )t.
crop ati almost entire failure. tlljl'lIl'rulol'iuioll' more spindles' proportionately Xo :SEASICKX1-XS: : : :; Xo OCEAN: DAXC.EIW; : ::; Sunday: : is: T A. M.Thursd'ny .
.------... X. Dickerson: : .Jr., K. II. Ilarrinian, I 1). Jo::. to population than any other :?2, 4 .\. M.
f TICK aggregated shipment of vegetable. : to Maxwell, CV.! liner! J. X. llarriman. Continental :State: ranking; in Europe immediately Sunday, :?I.)1..

point outside of this :Mute, froift t the line of The work will,ehtunediatclvcnutnlcnced 1 I have after England.; The United :State. Thursday, :29!>>, !5 .\. M.
France has
spindles! .5,1 xxi
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)' I the Transit. Railroad, for the week ending and will probably he ('01l\1'1tl'llI1Ilring the (INN) ; (ferlllall\,4.tII.lCIIMM) ; Russia, 'J.$ ,(MNKi\ : From Fernandiua for Savannah and ('harIcstun'I'uesuay -
2 p. M.
::Oth tilt, will he over 10..,;00 crates year. The ('ngItH''rlllll'art! )" will proceed lat Switzerland 1I\O.III'Oi( ) ; Austria, 1."CIC.I.t".ICljI'uill. ; Friday'! April" R?,, J tt) A. :M.
to locate the Ihot' road :- l,77.5UNi, ; Italy !I.IUU.I.IC.IO. Helgium.NW.OOO -
---- -- once with the viewto Tuesday, !11. 12 M.
Iris ,. ; India 1./ ;joCJ,,, ; !Sweden and Xor- ..
reported that steantt.r
:/ a new (enntpan immediate work of construction.Presentment Friday! 13. 2 P. M.
3111.IM< ,< ) Holland : ("MI) .
way ; 2:10. ; Greece, :31.(;
ion'hip to the St. John' will he THE HTEAMEK: Tuesday 141. :3 I'. M.
*, placed on theI'liurlcston --- (KX);, nnd other countries (including Denmark) ,
line In the fall. We arc in formed of the O'aullurl.! and Portugal), 44,1100 spindles. JJritain has -CITY OF URIDGKTOX; : ," Friday, "" :20, 0 I'. M.

I that die will he forty feet longer than the To the 11"". It. It. .1 rclsil uM, I'reridinij Jmlfte: to every l.ixxj of its Inhabitant 1,180:\ !'l'ill'Itll' Cupt.' JOHN }"IT7,1IUJ.II.: Tuesday Friday: ; :2:3 27! J.. 1I.t.1) J'. M.
We the Grand Jurors!, duly empanelled ; Switzerland. f75; United :States :21S
!steamer mentioned and In nnd ; :! :3 .
equipment "DAVID CI.\HK, Tuesday, -O. 1' M.
and sworn diligently to inquire\ and true France, 13.5: ; Germany, los; Spain' 10:1: ; '
"furniture they will correspond. The hull Is presentment make in und for the body of Holland, "7 ; :;\\'dcIIIIIIII Xorwav, 4S ; Austria : Captain .\np, Close connection made with steamers with for

Mill to )he already )huilt. l\u."uUl'U\llIty. beg leave to submit this: our 41'; Russia! 30. ; Italy, :29.\>)> Full River I is After having undergone extensive:: repairs, Mellonville and Enterprise: nNo, also nt Savannahwith steamers -
r General Presentment. by laJ1', olds the greatest cotton spinning are now in FIRST-CLASS: ORDKR in every forOtklawnha: River:

Till! NaejeiinLight Artillery move Into We have endeavored to give to nil matters centrum the republic., It now hU141,: H.lm! dt-partmcnt, und will juTform the and Baltimore steamer fur und New at Charleston York Philadelphia with steamers -,
which have been brought to our not in- that spindle! : and 32.G21: : loooins ; use Hi2,475(; .'"
I their new in Angel's) new building ONLY for New York, Boston Philadelphia. Baltimore -
armory careful and impartial consideration which bale of cotton annually, and manufacture: 1XSIDK: noti'nEIWICI: ; : !
tin Third :street, during the coining week. should ever characterize the dcliverations every year about 400,000,0i( > yards of cloth. with Northeastern and South Carl< -

They will have u very pretty little hall, RlIIII' and actions! of this body, and nil nnd every All ;of its fifty mills are now very prosperous between Savannah Savnunah with the and tirst-clas Florida, connectingut tellllllhlli'lof liiui .Railroad fur route* North, East ul1.1W't.

one which with small ) conclusion! nt which we had arrived has been and producing each week l.r 0KiO,( piece (
he York
expenditures cun the Ocean ('II. for X
entirely free from nil manner of prejudice or printing-cloth, not to speak of sheeting,
made very convenient, Rod u pleasant: placefor bias, cither for or against. silesia, white fine goods, fancy cottons, etc. also ton Steamers.with' Philadelphia. lialtimore nnd Hos- .

nodal meeting among the members and The various committee* appointed have Their operative numhcrncar ili.IIIO. and the Through; Ticket und Staterooms securednnd "
r their friend!. performed their duties with the promptness weekly payroll reaches some $400,000.) ) The I>(/ ClarkI.ca1'cSlIt1111indl.ilntldlly';-tiOlNU !'Ol'TH.t'id ull information furnished at office corner
ability and care essential: to the execution! of corjMtrations have suflered much from dull Centre and Second streets.
f .THE citieti!! of Sturke, Guh'l'l11e and} Cedar the ,work times dishonest treasurers!, and other causes ; Afternoon.Aflteriioon.Thurs- :20-ly C. A. SOY ES.
1 The Committee Public., but they have come bravely out of theirtroubles day -- -- -
on Ituilding -- y -
; reported .
i, have
Key went delegate Washington tourge nnd Arrive J.'ertllllHtillu..TIJ'lI.iw: Evening, Friday
the water used! nt the jail nil stagnant their future looks radiant MALLORY'SFLORIDA
. f t' ; the improvement of the bar at this part and wholly unfit for use. This fact also iof Evening.Ct ; .
llrlriijetnnIjeiive -
( c The following gentlemen have bl'ellll'lcdcct : formed n portion of the General Presentment! Hunted, ( awiutnult..Tnesday.tflctni"mSatur NTI2AMNIIII LINK.

, J. J. Thompson, Gainesville; \'. J. Shipman, of the full term of 1M79, und we would most Board by u young man in 11 small private day Afternoon.

1 Starkc; ; Col. };. J. Lutterloh and J, Ira Gore, earnestly urge that measuresbetaken nt once family during the summer. Address, stating! Arrive .Fcntundiua..1Vtrhiesday I Morning,
for the supplying! of those premise: withpurer term, location, etc., (JfAi," care Mirrur office. :-;"lull1ornfni.. Orel,' Direct Line to New York.THE .
cedar hey. ,Much interest In this proposed water: thereby insuring the better .
May Arrive Jacksnnwille.Ve, (' ", \' XIII III.
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health of the We would also
improvement is being shown from all parts, prisoner: A:rive Palatku.\Vetlucedav Evening.:
uf the State using this as their port for Inv recommend that the jail undergo at once the Post-Office Xottce.
lew repair{ which we find it will be necessary: Office( Jloiim-From 8:00: A. :M. to 7:00: I'. M. 001X0 NORTH.
|port and export. Captain John Itichardson! to make also that the be with
; jail supplied Money Orders! nnd ]Registered: Letters from ('if!! of! JtrlilijftonIAMIVC -
has )hecn sent !hy the citizen I pf Kt. Mary's: u new tlto\'( iUO: .\. M. to 1:00:( r. )(.j; nnd from 2:00: I.. M. Palatkn.Thursday Afternoon. i
.f The Committee on Public Iload reported to :3:30: 1'. M. Sundays from 10:3O:: to 11:30:: ) .t. Leave Jacksonville.Thursday) Xight.
THE Atlantic; Gulf its West India Transit the roads, und c'l't'l'Iallthl' bridges, us in M. and :3:30:: to 4:30:: I'. M. Leave Fernandina..Sunday ::1.:11'1'.111.: ) Friday.
not only u dilapidated, but dangerous condition Arrive Suvnnnah..llonda\" Morning( :Saturday : -
Railroad received anew engine the ,
on .
ACD! llEPAinTHK OK TIIK )I.III."y"rtle" : 1.'IXISn.DISUIl'S.: : ,
some of the bridge! hanging/ upon Mnining.Darid .
:20th iits!t., No..12, named the I':. N. Dicker- diagonal corners at an angle of forty-live degtce Mail-Arrives daily lit 10:30:: ) .t. M. / Vlark .

J, son," after the President: of the company. It ; cold we would rcccommend'tlmt the (lose :3.Ni'. M.Southern Leave Fernandina....:Tuesday, Evening; Friday WESTERN: TEXAN.CAPT.; .
(, I is of thu largest size of those now upon the County ConulIlI''lollel'lll'reK..11 immediately M to make the nt least in the Close 10:00: .t. M.Kt. Saturday
necessary re1oairsta SavannahVtrlmicstlay' Night, :
road and I IM of two ordered the other
one ; most! dnngerou nod; dilapidated\ points.We Mariff nnd Tfutlt'I.'II11ill Mull- Xight.: CITY OF DALLAS
I I.' expected: shortly, No. 13, und will bo would also recommend n rigid; and. Arrives Tuesdays und Friday! nt 2'tO) I'. )t. NOTE.-On both trips! South and North, (CAPT. RISK.;
named the Key West." The increase of thorough enforcement of the road law in Close! Monday* und Thursdays ut Moo: A. M.Kt. the David Clarkill call at all way landing

t the freight business make: this addition to its actual applicability' to each mud every Miiriff, fi'"i., iinlif- All trips terminating and starting from : the UMIVO Steamers: will (leave 15*
Arrives Monday' and\ Thursdays at 8:00.)1.: 01of
pwrMUn.The Fernandina connect with Transit llailroad for New York every Friday.
t lie motive power necessary to do the service Committee on Public) ) Record rcjmrted Tuesday* and Friday ut 2:3(1:: J 1'. M. Express: ) Train to nnd from Jacksonville' and (to suit the tide).

promptly. u careful und thorough crformancc of 1Verln'slnMtuldSat'lasut9:00.a.M.Closes : : there withtl'UlIll'r14; touud, from landings This line, having no transfer! I to make
------- its duty, amid it is certainly a source of the TuesdaysVeduesdays" on the St. Johns, also to and from Gainesville betweenFEUXAXD1XA
( THK Nassau Light Infantry Company of greatest gratification and pleasure to us to Friday's: and Saturdays ut 2:30: I'. ::1(. Waldo, Cedar Key, etc. Tickets are .
our city, Captain C. ".. Yulcc will removeI lie enabled to pronounce the records of the SAML. '1'. R'IPKEM: 1'. M. sold through to and from mill the above) : AND NEW YORK,

County Clerk and Treasurer in us ixrft-ct .. points, and when Steamer City of liridgctonruns Offers the
I drill room nnd umory this week to the --- T-- '>' - ---- ;
I condition u!* could bo desired! hy any cople. MAn ..vE. through between Savannah mull'ulut.
f upper floor of the building near the railroad, The liooks are all kept in an exceedinglyneat ku, p assciigcrs also have the choice of goingby BEST: AXD CHEAPEST TRANSPORTATION !'

f on the south side of Centre street, : Thin and comprehensive manner, and we Port of Fernandlna.1IIOH rail between Fernandina and Jackson TO FLORIDA SHIPPERS.;
truthfully our belief that more faithful yule
I have shown commendable improvement express
company servants of an Appreciative people could WATEK.Saturday. For State-Rooms', Ticket, and all other Vegetables and Fruits will rm-ive !special
]) in their drill in, the manual and not be found in all tnis broad domain. In May 1......... 1:01): !) .\. M. 1:30: p. M. particulars!, apply to the following Agents care in handling.

I in their bearing as soldiers, and will, we feel onler that we might gather nome Informa- Sunday, 2.......... 2:0j": 2:39": and Offices: PASSENGER: : ACCOMMODATIONS ARKFIRSTCLASS. ;
I u..surcd. be successful c rnltetitont'when' tion in regard to school ma.tten, which can :Monday, 3......... 3:04: 3:37": Savannah! Ga.-Cor. Bull Und Bryan SK, : !. !
only be obtained by reference to,the recordsof TUl'HCIA't'I 4......... 3:59": "::33" opjiosite and Screvcn House.
again they meet the soldiery. of the State in the County Superintendent we desired to Wednesday, 5......... 4:54:: :5:25: II' .Fcniandina Fla.-At the Kgmont:" Hate The tra\"Clin'Llmhtic' are offered/ the ad

1 competitive drill. visit! his office, but find it ,is not, ) Thursday, 0.:........ 5:46: i/< 0:14" and to Capt. Jim. L. Itnnmlllat, Agent. LINE ,WITHOUT ,;
and believing this to be the proper pace for Friday, 7.....-... 6:33": 0:58ENTERED. : .t Jacksonville Fla.) -Corner Bay and line ANY CHANGES. Connections ,male at I
OWING' to the 'Increase the vegetable it, would urgently recommend, its removal Sts., Dr. I.1 lIg1e'8 Drug Store; A. C. ton- Jacksonville with all steamboats for all
\ MilpWnts> the Atlantic ( ulC-* West India to this place, thus permitting an investigation phere, Ticket Agent, ; A. L. Hungerford, lKlnta on the St.:) John's, Ocklawoha, and
Transit ltuilroadcoiniicridngthls week of the records of !his office at the proper :April 24, s h. S. I', H'; S'nUlIOJl', Campbell, Apcnt.Ht. milan Rivers, and with the Transit Railroad y
1 : time. l'hiladel ohia. Augustine, Fla.-On the Bay, R. F.Armstrong at Fernandina for all railroad stations!
t '\ will run two extra trains-on': Monday and Upon investigation no safe or vault was April 24, Sch. Jennie F. 117/fcy, Chadwick Agent.\ in 1:lorila

.I I I' Thursday nights-to connect with! the St.,, was found in'the Clerk's office in which public Charleston.' Palatka, Flu.-Lllienthal Brother A Co.. FREIGHT AND PASSENGER RATES

/ohn't and, City of Bndyeton anil the Mallory records or documents could be carefully April 24, Sch. A. d- E. Hooper, Hooper, Agent. AS LOW :AS BY INDIRECT LINES: .:
\ ; leaving the public (irsTAVE LKVE.:
or safely kept, thereby rhnac1 lllhla.
line of ,New York utearaen? The trannportation General Passenger Agent.W. ,tfrTlrough Uatt'M and Bills of Lading 1
Il the
record continually exposed dangers nil 28: S. S. City of Dalbif, Risk, Sew '
of this perishable freight bus been admirably of fire, burglary, etc. We found it 1J\)1'(1I4M1 York. F.- BARRY, to all points. x
ytematlwd this reason, and shippers bee positively to arrive nt the cause of this!, April 30, Sch. James E. Bayles- Dickerson, General Agent, SavannahJ. For passage or further iufunnatiou, apply
but prcsume'that it is attributable, to a 'cer Sew York. X. HARRIMAN, tu
cannot have cause for complaint in the
i.l ] taro (extent to the location of the Clerk's April 30, Sdl. .sih'all Spray Hall, Philadelphia. 11_Manager. R. W. SOUTHWICK, A "t.Jo'enIUl1Ctilla.,
r I forwarding 'promptly of their produce to office, it probably being impracticable to placea .
markets North or West.OrricE safe of the necessary! dimensions! undrurncity CLEARED. NT. ,
Her :20 East: River New York. 2-tf
thereinVe also find that the
| April I 24,-&li. niL. 11. Jane, alkcnbcrg,
'OK LitiUT-Hoi'sE INSPECTOR, amount of $:U2 is being annually ]aid for Sew York. '-
rent of Ch'rk'II'uttll'eund Court House! ; therefore FLORIDA AND HAVANA7EEKLY .
o DISTRICT April :24, Sch. \W lie T. .Vow. Hawley, 1
r SIXTH. ,
would recommend the erection of a
Baltimore. '
(' CJUKLESTO.V', H. C.. April 24, 1880. Court House in which could he located all April 24. hark Jfeitry K'niyht, Pcndleton, :.: FAST MAIL :SERVICE.; .

I SIR: The Martin's Industry Light Vessel, public ottices, tutu the purchase'and placing New York. I
: therein of u safe sutliciently capable for the :27th Str. Mf. John't, Vogel Charles- HE STEAMER: FLORA,
Xo. 34, of Port Royal Bound, 8.: C., will be protection of the public record. April ,

I' brought in for repair on Monday, lath ins>t., The following wo/ adopted in reference tan ton.April 30, Brig/ Orbit, Nash Philadelphia.April C.VIT. Joss RlCHAUIVON, % 1

J' and relieved by light vessel No. 21) additional two-mills us>cssmciitVIIKKK.VH : 30, t). S. City of !(.drag, Risk, New
The last l limited the OX THE ST. MARY'S RIVcr
Xo. ?!> ha* her number painted on her \ legislature York. WILL RUN -
assessment of taxes for general county purj April 30th, Str. .ST. John'Vogel, Charles during the season as follow :
stern ; hull painted red, and the name JMlef tows to two mill, leaving it at the option of Leave :;T. MAuv's EVERY.: MONDAY and

i In largo let ten on each broadside.; The lights, the Gaand Jury to recommend additional ton.April 30, &'h. Jftnry .ti; WiUuiwt Wilson. THURSDAY MORNING at U o'clock, forFEKSAXPIXA Performetl by the new and elegantly ui'>-

lay-marks etc., ure the name_as, the other two milU; and; >* New York. ; and will leave FERXAXPIXAhame pointed steamship ADMIRAL (sidewliecl), .
"'lIERta"1' find ui on investigation that April 2S, Ger. Bark Tiret, Appleman, days at 8 a. m., for CAMP PISCKXEY according to the following schedule) J
hod und unalten..1.Ul'spedfuUy .
'. Vessel; are u fou-tnilU tax Is allllllutd'lIl'l''l..ur! "for the (}ul'l'ntuwn. and all intermediate landings on the river. Leave Cedar Key on Tuesday morning.
i V i conduct of the government, therefore we do __ Returning EVERY: : TUESDAY und FRIDAY (Passengers froiu :Savannah: leave by steamer :-

!i . c..1t N(1RTOY. ., most earnestly recommend that the Honorable COM.hIERC1.4L. will arrive at ST. MAKY'K at 5' p. in., City of Bridgeton on :Saturday 4 i p. in. Leave ;,
and Board of" County Commi.vioner! do authorize touching ut FKHXAXIUSA. Fcrnandina or Jacksonville by Transit Railroad -
Comd'r U. S. N. Inspector. -
i V: : the assessment. of the said additional Fernandtna Market. WEDNESDAYS: ;: und SATURDAYS train Monday morning; ), Arrive ut
-- two mills, for the year 1880. will leave ST. MARY'S at 8:30!: a. III., and can. Key Wl'lt.Wednesday IInMlillrrh"e at
.;; this term lees tuvaMoncdconsiderable CORRECTED WEEKLY BY WM. L\WTEY. be chartered for excursion t0Duugeuetltl HaVana afternoon.
Accident on the A. G. delay und annoyance by justicttsof Spirits Turlll'utlllc..................... :3X t ti :IWRosin Returning leave'llavana Thursday even I
lumber train which left here 'at oneu'clock'on the jieace sending. in miring; our sitting common strained...........$1 2-.>@, 1 10 ing. Leave Key West Friday JIIunlhi;;. Arrive
.\ the i tapers in the preliminary investigation Tar...................................none in market.: Cedar Key Saturday; morning (and at
the morning of the 28th, when of cases in their l'OUrtot"crat- weeks! Crude Turpentine..............none in market. and other 1 joints of intcrot in the vicinityof Jacksonville and Fernandina by Transit!!
sixteen miles from the city, ran into a droveof ur Ilt'rhal'lI months, previous to this session- Cotton Sea Island in the seed.., 4J (A 5 Fernandina. Railroad Saturday evening and at Savannah: BI

oxen which were lying on the track. The the witnesses in which have not, of coiim', I by J steamer l'itlf Bridgeton Monday morn
"E. been summoned we do Miicerely urge that 'e.nandhu ICefall Market.VEliLTABLE Through Hills of Lading ing), thus forming the shortest ]>os.sihle sea
nigine (which was the new one, X. V will make the transmission :
in the future all justices I. : route between the United States and ('mbar.

Dickerson") paned over safely, but the cars of the necessary papers, in all ca cs to Ptitatites, |Ill'r Itu*"' ................$1 40(!H1 MSweet P l hyL1.onY's*>Nits( on the t"t. )LINE Iar).'... of :Steamer to all 1 PASSAGE RATES.
thrown from the tnick.Seven which they have iuvestigutetl previous
bring light were bu-lcl.- ; SO 1I
convening of the Circuit Court in order Potatoes, per : 'i@ I Cubi'l. IJl"ur'I',
caw were damaged, six flat cars and the witnesses IIUI11.., I subMcnaed Cabbage, in-r hundred.............. :5 IIII>(i,15 00 Clone Connectionmade i Savannah to Ilavana.k32 (U) *4s .*)
ti V ii'ne; box tar Two of the former will have that the duly ] ( Onions, per quart.-................. lOfe. 15 Fernandina to Havana...... :21100Jacksonville ; 3.4 (N)
be and therebyavoid delay.We Cow l't'lIi'I. ]JUT bushel............... -75ij( :2 tll>0 with the ;New: York and Savannah I to Havana :20tiO :iSVi '".
1 the others rev find also investigation' of the
ibe rebuilt, can soon UMUI| ;
Tomatoes, i cr l.rah..H. 0 (ltl(j 0 OO Steamers.; Mark all goods! Care of Steamer For statennims and tickets applyto LEVI
that with
of the Treasurer
paired. Kight cattle were killed at the lradkand or tine i two account exception, ju'!.ticcs of the ]<,cace have one 'Turnii, ]jt-r bunch............... dy 5 flora, Fernandina." A ALDEX'S Tourist Office

two others injured that they died near failed to turn into the treasurer the tines POl'LTBY. ACCOMMODATIONS FOR I'I!\ I Savannah, (8a.-Corner Bull and plryautorts .

Die place of the accident. The cause for the collected l). him which the law makes it Chickens, ,:rcl\\.n...................... :3.its 40 sea},l'I't. Escui>iojii.-ts und Touristy will ,! II. \. ('.'ALLAN Agent.
not' seeing them III time was the heir[ imperative duty to turn in.I'e would Chicken*, half-grown.............. .'O(, 35 find! this u very attractive trip, us the fernery 't'rnanc1ina-mllut:; Hotel.! A. L. nI.: i
engineer recommend therefore, that the Court and Ducks grown, IH.T pair............ 1 O0fj( 1 :25Seestf is grand and alligators and other game are LEN: Agent.
thick fog which prevailed. ;NO: one wan (LVjunty Commissioners take saute nutuuivso 'S.llt.r 'llllt.U......................, .i1y 2.\ abundant.For JUl'bun\"iIl-'ClMler Buy und Pinestreets.I
V f hurt, and by tfce exertUuis the r admaster! : compel the justices of the peace to make (; euch............................. 75(( 1 00 further information apply' to A. C. LAXPHERE: Agentl:
track was c1l'anoclliO (that our mail train the remittance* due the State= und county in Guineas, cach.......................... 30M, 55 JOHN RICHARDSOX: St. Aujrutine--Oii the Ua)'. B. F. ARMSTRONG J.
'the 4-aiue ill ou time In the afternoon. the proper time, Turkeys, each..M....................- 1 OOQ 1 25? 25-tf! Fernandina Fla. : Agent :; -tf'



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