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Florida mirror
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Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
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A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
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May 8, 1880
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
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Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
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: VOL. 11. FERNANDINA, FLA. SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1 1880. NO. n

':' ;j" STATEinrs.. .11 0/1 0('. THK. : Pennsylvania bribing/ legislators: who I POLITICAL Mtns. i itimn nixitr TIII: SOUTH. I'I'I

.': The \'lIill.ll'll\h'' Circuit Court moot on were convicted I,y. t lie court and sentenced I -- I Our m I people' m reeolleit "itl.I'I'nt I u / i iIt'nitrt'
; ;;;;:;;;; TIIK. Sherman to take it
--l i uin.n't'muu
: .-t n. Monday next already have the grand jury to prison for one year, hnvo 1 been l'aJ..IIIw,1I : \ veryhanl the siilendiil! campaiun, peei lies 't'tiie I Hon.
: i that Illailll'1'h"II/.1/ havo captured one- W. W. I Hicks I of l-'l.'nid.i. m.ide in Tomkins
: An'her i 14 doing well in the line of ,
) vegetable )been drawn.-The quarantine comment es by the Governor of that :State. The t'IIII'I' I
| and adjoining countie-l.u't fall., The following \ -
r third IIf time Ohio delegation! to (Chit-apt.
;p _, : ) farming but t the fanners in that vicinity I to-morrow. May 1st, against! "all the world aligned scouts to II"l'rr !sligj\t I, con-Ntiui i )!: / letter from him, wtitteti i last VMt-k ton
: !have had a grl'at:1rl' t\' of rain, which haslUtthe And yet Hlaino could bnrdly get the nomination frlt'llIlllI thN village, we transfer to col
and the rest of luallkitllt.-k'1 \\\'crt AY.y. |i as it docs of solitary! confinement Instead' ol umuir
: if ho did not Invade tin- territory of 1lssi ./vaSfUgl..t .
crop\ IlIIll'holl.rt! of t what it 'uild: I merely imprisonment. Thi'l'onl.1 have I m I I I I I's.-- rot

: have )ee1. We learn t that nearly one thoiisind The !-otl'IIII.hip .I"/l/imll1rrin..t? from Cedar: been rectified by a higher tourt, and did not !Ollll' other State'" favorite son. 111'\111.\, I'l.v., April :JJ: tl'"O.(
Key yesterday! morning and sailed again for DnvuSiu: :: : I In t this I'IIIIIIIUt'll'ral (Srant; I
: crates were shipped from there lat I Havana :she is pot-tod here this tter- noce.-sitato tlio pardon of t tho prisoner: Tin I: Ne'u ok /AmAMu i !speaking I i / of Scii- is foremost and\ almost, alone I as (time choice1of

: : (toi1ay.1r.tLli'e i is pushing on the iioon r-i mttr for Cellar 1 Key: and will take THK courts III Philadelphia have decided ator l'OIl1.IiIlJor'1I expressed opinions on the t tho I'cpublicuns: l for Prc-idetit. I 111'1'111111Ihl'I'I'III't'
'; I Peninsular Road.: ..\ surveying party is out election of General Grant i says : "In I !short dlscn-sions\ in favor ofolllll! ummet'1t .
the to the that mercantile agencies are not ruh..mulm.ihuli'for : I
her delegate*
among |si-seiigers! : ', but I tlll''ol'url' .
: I'lalI\I\'IIIIII.1\ brought out
: on the line from Orange Lake to Ocala anil I Senator Conkling always audacious and
Hi-publican} State Convention to be held at loot's! sustained hy erroneous indorse-! by some personal: agent/ rut IK'r t"l1l11/1Iht' I
hands are employed\ to commence grailing. Gainesville! and also t the delegates to t tho nient which they may give of tho*'o unworthy original: never exhibited these, attiihutesmore \ spontaneous I e\I'russ ion i or action of m a 'I hotly,

_ .-The !surveyors on the road from hero \ brilliantly I than in this conversation.: of people.
Grand; Lodge 1. O. to I'ulntkn nrt'IIakill I shall not III a letter to ,
a complete survey a!* mirgut''iu3'
relying upon' their rei>ort. If this i is ! they ami putting down bed Tlii*
: ( go pegs. About the middle of March( Willis Atlrnau pay or employ mercantile agencies when vote* to nominate Chicago. 1 General the popular' objections urged. i'gain; : the exPrcsidcnt's '
will thc route This
going again.
save over vines which blossomed they alone (and alone In taking pay for I tin (Grant has not that number\ :Jin his nit'kt't, : rciiomination--'sudi as Prestige
planted sweet "
some potato
: 'hows, too, t that they mean huine<'''.-(ininifi'tltc t agaiuxt a third term. The fact remainfor *-
lice. the week after planting, ami from same) are exempt)' from all liability for (licit hilt 1 hllIlIlIlIl'J.I'f'C confidently'II'1 ert I tliat t they t tlie masses In the South t that I they t rust,

11111'n which ho has already got ripened wed. The guaranteeing of the mercantile standing of will )have: I them and II Miiall: margin toeoveraccident revi'rt'1 and almost wor'hip (/irnnt.. Hh I

Alvu 1 .\. Knight hai been nominated for secd.s: are about the !size of radish :seed, but thovo: whom they relummrt.bmIurcMRtommfl. I I*,' 1 before t t tlie I i convention m t I meets.WtwtllHIltllll m .- name \is" familiar to t their I lips. The connection
t of his giHitl .swonl with t their emancipation
1'lIl'U511I'rvhlIr: \ of this State. i somewhat flattened. He planted some !'cl'Cl 1 ( I. \ /*(,. /. :and ti it' restoration t the t'lIilllll'llIl'l'

Some two weeks! since Judge Settle declared 11\ week ago, and has !some of them up and .1 Mity /. /.-In tho :Senate: a bill was illtro11111.1 1 iNtnot ciu'v to IlIlIkl'k\ on the piit ; him III t their hearts next Abraham Lincoln -

that the case of the Tutted States n growing Ii lid)'. We shall watch for the maturing by )Williams (to establish! an ocean I do not rare to glorify over what has been and his place I Is only lower .I than that
of the liberator himself,
great & ( righteousIoiilimd
I Hovernor Drew would he tried in a few days, I of the crop, and report on it.-OrangeUutuity mail .service between the United I'llIh'1111 done ; I look l forward to the future," !said Christ They will tt'll011 that

he finally yielded to the request of the District ltn>rtff. foreign{ nations, authorizing payment I onlyto John :Sherman: III New York last milghut.Vt, ('hri'lt 1111110 make men holy," iUIII t that

Attorney to i 1".tl'lIl1 the trial until Madison.C. American-built VCMMCIMiflVIme'l and mnnncilby do not \Maine him for letting the past drop Lincoln died to "make men free." (/Srant
r I. U. Crump, one Madison county's is I in their conception (ami! is it wrong?) executes -
next Juno, although lie said ho would heotruillillg i Americans.In like u hot potato, hut what puzzles us "
: t the will and testament! of time Martyr
"!- point in favor of the Government. thriving colored citizens, who has bought a time House Mr. Mooney" of Mississippi! what he looks forward to III the future.AVw .- IVcsidont.! The Southern :States: may limit

place and owns several horses, u number of offered :i resolution mithorizingthoSocretary t :: 11,,,'(''' llcyithr.SKNATOK all ! cows and raises! his own meat, brought Into influences at work to effect theimtrary .
Messrs. Bruce and Johnson rations many are
making War send four tn
aro of to \ ( 45.'K, mui.i.: of Missouri 1 made a
three long cotton but t the people are for (I remit, ami (
our office on Thursday:
arrangements to lease und run the Windsor forsuch. He informs Macon, )liO:
Hotel next ccason. Mr. Hrucc is: well-known blooms.! TIlls I is quite early destitute! hy the (' ''dol1l' Adopted.' to require the 1'rosideiit to appoint annually As! to Grant's :strength in the Democratic ,

to the traveling public. He is proprietor of us that there are a number of other -Id.' -In the House a bill) was Introducedby two colored ('cadet to West Point, he requested South I can say that, in my judgment, hoonlv. 'j, ,I

the Uollcricw House, Mt. Veriion, N..lI", and blooms in his field\ and ,says there arc any Mr.( Ellis, of I/ouisinnn to establish! a ) to know (from the Uepuhlieun side of the all now candidates no-called named solid can tluth hope. He todivide .I
of in it. Crump assures us
has for seven consecutive years successfully: quantity 'squares government inistal! telegraph service, rates ti I if it was compelled I to ask: a Democratic' 1 :Senate can ami will carry Florida. He should, by
filled the iHjsition of cashier the Windsor that the dim.1 rent crops in his neighborhood 1 bo words less two hundred effort**-which of will 1,
: per twenty-five or to force a Republican President t to recognize I proper i u, course, eiitflul4'Ztrry
is a hotel and business man and I is fully are doing splendidly.\ -Mmlimn IJe&irtlrr. miles: or less, fifteen cents ; live hun time colored race I in t the distribution of three or four olht'rIouthl'rll:
States! (llIt l'llIot name them ) and largelysihimminisim
qualified/ to take charge of the house. Under Sumtcr.Although dreil mullet or less! twenty-five cents ; formic his I favors: the }Democratic |opnhir vote I in

the management of the new firm of comparatively unknown prior thllll"l1l1lll11ilt'l or less! forty cents ; for two IT seems that Tilden has 1I0t't'r linn every one, thus aiding our local elections. .

Hrucc it Johnson tho Windsor would\ become to the close, of the late war, MIICC INtt Flori- thousand miles or less, seventy-five cents ; There among thousands of thoughtful '
hold I on Connecticut after nil. 1'x.: $t'lIatllr
more popular than ever.-Jack*< irlleJlirczc. ida has slowly but steadily grown into popular and for three thousand miles or less, one Southern people II profound respect! l for ,
llarnnni was mumble to fulfill his pledge to (Orant I and u belief in his Integrity of purpose
favor, and the number of its permanent dollar.TheSonato. ,
take solid delegation to Cincinnati, and lie and that that l'tlflHmPee| : covers a real
In the rutted Status\ Circuit Court at Jacksonville and h'IIII"'nlry| residents. is steadily on theincrease. r'jt''h'l the nomination of William and )perfect' reconciliation. This I hocuucthev"
had to deny his master to Injure his own I
on the 4th, Judge Settle granted the Kvery succeeding year adds n few I Hicks as Census; :Supervisor: for themselves desire! as 111\l\'h.1II1I1!, rhirejuiuiies ,
election.' The strongest! man s ill the delegation I.
to the from time largo number 'ftraveers only-which arc dying, and wantonly
following order : "It is: ordered that the population Florida.Mr. .
)lav'uilVthis the -Hilitifnl decent occasion to I
economist I II 4 ieslevulpreVeOt
t trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund ) and the new clearings along thenivn : i I Hayes signed time army appropriation' IIII fur Itayiird, with Hancock as second them) from acknowledging that t this 4

of Florida/ ; do withdraw for sale until further mill the Increased demand for "Wl'C.tO bill, and returned t the deficiency I bill to the purpose: is actuating the whole Itcpublican
choice and there several who have the
order of this court the alternate sections of : same hwli II lit ,,".-I'hilmMphin/ ; Tissues : They lire not dceclvcu' in their t estimate -
taken in this comparatively new and profitable t.
swamp and overflowed lands lying on each .
of the ex-1'rcsidcnt. He is the
OXI'IhtI'1I memlicrs of the House 1 inthl'l.'orth.f'ollrth
side and within six miles of the route of the for although nearly all the tropical t ,
, crop; : Pall / road of the Gainesville and Charlotte Harbor fruits ran l he Micccssfully raided! in the owing to the change of'purtics in Kngland Congress could he rallied he will exert us thin ex'toncnt of that instrument ..

llailrond Company, according to the surveyof State, thc orange 1 is the favorite. Nevertheless to vote against an anti-third term resolution. and of republican purpose, III the interests -
in bo seen the THK. appointment' of }\url 'uwpcr| as bird- The resolution! for which members: voted, of rcconcllatlon, protection and prosperity !-
said! route filed with the raid: trustees! nearly every grove can
Lieutenant of Ireland, it I is thought, will declareil that the established t throughout t lie whole country. Ho
March 4th, A. I)., If1SO, under the provisions! banana, lemon, limo, citron guava and pine precedent hy will enforce the law Ho will execute time .
'!J I of the act of the Legislature Florida, approved apple.I.ers1>urg Ailrnnct.Suicannre.I give I'lItI"fadltlll.i Washington and other Presidents! of tlie will of the nation: nil (expressed! the organic i,

March 4th, 1879, entitled 'An act to T.. .: saw-mills AulxTiler, France, which. United! States III retiring from the Presidential law. This is all we who are Itcfiuhlicans"
burned the tl.ird had immense olllce alter their second term has he- imsk.Ve\ must demand this until doom destroy
wore on ,
:grant certain lands to the Gainesville! Ocala Our truck farmers: have apparently met or flod deliver us.! This i.s what wo I
.\c Charlotte Harbor Railroad Company.' with decided\ success In their vegetable growing stores of lumber, which wore also! consumed. come ,hy universal concurrence u part of our believe irnnt menus-not to be the instrument -

Done) inoixm court this May 4th 1880." this: season:!! and indications are fair that TifF. Ixmdoii T'uno says the worst: in Ireland repultllcan system of government, and any of u destroying doom but of a delivering /
departure from thin t time-honored, custom (dod. This. what tho thoughtful South
The surveyors of the Wuycross connection they will be remunerated for their labor and seems to be over. Time spring has IHHIIreasonable
would be unwise and believes she may yet and will find in (!rant.I .
of the East Florida Railroad, who have been t'xIl'n4e.-Lil't' Oat /JIIIM;". nnd the promise' of the summer unpatriotic fraughtwith think, therefore;that the prospect\, of dividing

working! this way from Waycross, are exported is excellent. peril to our free Institutions. How time sol I.I South with (Irani in not only 1)
would it bo ? $ hut almost certain. )
now HfifAMfffoitW.! jMtssible, At any rate,
: by the end of the week to have the GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. TImE London Glut iirrcspondent! from dear friend, count Florida I

line located: to within six miles from Jack- Dublin nuy ; The wildness of Mr. ParHell' THE rt'iMirt' of Senator "'uUat'O'/ll..l1l1l11ittc'C '\"l'\\'lIIl1cc by the above that I have not

I'"n\'ilIe.-The annual excursion of the THE total vubscriptioiiH received for the scheme ban obliged the original SNH upon the intimidation of voters !In Massachusetts changed my opinion of Orant, aimless it "t',
Jftrald relief fund to the present week have and Ithode Inland, 114't'ry interesting after much reflection and careful observation. .
steamer :)to Jorom Charleston! to Florida suns for the land question to protest againstit. !
been $33Olili7.m.! ) reading und also instructive. Our to think t better of the timeline of his
will occur thin! year on the 11th of thIs ." very candidacy. The name of Kdmund anti
THE Court has ordered a writ of people forget injuries' easily: and at-
month. If the number of trips this! month A TERRIBLE explosion occurred at I' ntin, Wiishburne are often spoken among us, and
in made that Is now anticipated, the vteamer habeas corpusin the case of Dennis Kearney, ready the infamous tactics ('IIII'IlYt.'Ill.tlll. always with great reverence. I do not find
near Paris, on the tint instant, in the warehouse that cither IK with
will clone her season with one hundred trips returnable on May llth.POBRMAHTKBOCNERAL. Ilcpuhlicaii managers In this State in the mentioned emphasis or
of a fire-works manufacturer. It is cnthucluwni. for President. A sense of security
to her credit against last KCT' )llOA' campaign of 1878, and in Hhode Island year
forty-seven year. : : aCCCptedthe thought over twenty persons were killed by KOCH with either name ua a part of it,
-The rice mill company intend this! year offer of the United States District Judge-I the after year have in great measure l'fUllI'li out I but when Jrant Li It I.s like the libcrthutt -
I explosion.THE (mind. Another election IK approaching, of forces and the taste of victory.{ C
to put up a three-story building for the business. >>l- fhip of East Tennessee. o
I inquiries respecting tile training vhlpAlalantn In which it In cxjHTtod that similar mean "Still, I am Kpeukintf of the South being of .
The building
present mill a one-story TilE of coal I Is steadily advancing '
and in
price it. I am not blind to the
by the relatives of those on board, will IKS employed to i-oerce voters, and it U 11/ortanct./
Is not suitable for the business, much the Pennsylvania Coal Company having advanced of a unite U'Iutlt'al party
extra labor Is necessary to cpnvey the rice their prices for May ten cents *r ton. have ceased and the belief 18 now general well to refresh one' memory, with the fact favor forcing, ( to force, (Jrant

from one machine to another, while in a : | that she went down duriag one of the terrific which Senator Wallace's committee secured on a distrustful IInt divided jx'ople whose!

THE Methodist Episcopal General Conference gales which prevailed shortly after she during Its investigation In these States.- electoral votes, all, must decide the Ifxue. -
three-story building the machines could be
While I utter and write to you the Ui'f f
is in session at Cincinnati, about four left liermuda. Ilotol& (llolie.
placed on different floors and the rice passing jK-nnost and almost unanimous bentiiuentof

a-. through one process would drop by? Its hundred del at81're'ent ; llinhop! Scott I is A GK.NTHAL McrriMJ of Home Hulors in hum New York lltnM" publishes u rejxirt the whole 1lbkullmth. we say also. ),

the presiding oftl<-er. Dublin is i tor to lx held he- hy any vigii Ui victory I
own weight to the next floor and process. being arranged !' of a conversation between Mr. Conkling/ and Hut I certainly. encouraged to !

F444i and Prtl<', THE "asset. of Peter Herdie, the Williamsport (ore the meting of Parliament on the :3Mli! hit clerk, the retort| having l been voluntarily that w 11 Irani iour choice, our belie 1111"'t, ,

F.acasiba: millionaire, were sold the other to decide the respective mrritsof fixed tenure offered to the Jfeniltl. In this conversation, and candidate, Its) is ho also of the millions'

Hon. C. W. Jones arrived In the city last day, or $2.VOUO: ) of th \I1. They brought and )>easant proprietary, in view of a while Mr. Coiikling is seemingly, assured' of with )'UI wlu. with tl, desire peace with r

Saturday for a brief visit to his family. It 1,500, being/ almost worthless. hcheme of land reform to be submitted to Genenil Grunt's nomination and t'l1'f1Iun, lie Huul unity, ,wih priority, and these with national I,

i is pleasant to see the stately form of Florida's THE Supreme" Court Atlanta rt'CuI'I11lnew the government. admits that his |M'>ition is not strong. now | justice honor. righteous l'rll''llonluul

di-tinguished! Senator upon our fotreetlIgnin.! trial to Cox, the murderer of Alston.He GERMANY: In greatly exercised over the increasing ui it was a few. months ago. One strange Best regard to all the Ithucan. who huvi- I

/'tIUllculll (iazrtte. will go to the penitentiary for life. There emigration of her citizens to the feature in all the rcj"irts wo see from ,Senator ; 11'lorl.1 4'iii* r truly brief, acquaintance.Your W- W. :!

We were shown one day this week some Ls no IIOJK of bis Ix-ing pardoned. United State!*' During the year 1H7... no less Conkling is, that be haw no name to substitute Jll

of the finest specimens of the peach blow than :30.HOS' emigrants )left her shores for fliould ietierul Grant not I he iiominatcd : J the history .
IT has cost $3 sitsi:: ;, to pay' $$O0,(""$) to the UNIJ.'tIJnu WIIATI.-JI
IrMi: itotatoes, which were misol by our old swindled creditors the Freedmen'n Hank- the land f the free and the home of the a* the proUible' lIuIIl lIl'U. Can this IC Jmmlgratlon at this |ismt IlIlt h,
friend and retire printer, John McKinlay, almost 'entoC the dividends thus brave," and the exodus this year promise' l l.e delicacy on the |uirt of limo distinguixhed that ban j just closeil hal never Ufii paralleled
fifty per ( for number of immigrant ] sengerithat '
Ksq.: that we have ever seen. After looking far paid. AH a sample of ltOl\t\ l.o..fiuaudul to he even larger than last Senator from New York? I>oe,. he hope to tit'/IVt U-cn lande! at Castle Ganlen." Tholurgest J

iiion these esculeuU we were forced to the management this cl('!>t'rvc.hlgh rank.- llic.*A- THE intelligence receives in Ikrlin refpccting IJC the dark horse ut Chicago, that will bo Ullllttt'r'L'r rts-civcd In one month ,
Toixclusion that there was no longer reason excavation brought forward to harmonize und bring all heretofore "1 in April 1H73, when the total
in this section to (iifjtonW.. the new now being of the Grant strength, with him for his reached 1 o ,7 U: ''hil "'t considered .phe
for the jtoople prate over arty !
in show
made during
THOMAS A. HOOTT resigned the presidencyof Olympla success, IUJt'lIll. and the rll.diil not I/M out
the poverty of our soil ; in fact: all that I is the llailroud Com although the work was much dela't'll by party ? other month til your. The moiitli

required Ls an effort, and nature will jier- Pennsylvania puny, showers. Among other object* discovered MB. hAYES, in his message 'C.'ulII'lI1l1yIIlK' April, ln0, will go on the rtsrd as excfttl- H C I JHUt
which he halt held since 1K74. the 1st of frequent ;
on, lug time remarkable figure of 1/3. t'I|>
form the remainder of the work.-I'eiuucolaAdraitee. I I I his objection tV'n
May. It U thought; probable that Vice-presi is a carved stone rtproftentinga very of the deficiency a* toycstcnLiy themonlh'nurrivaUat the Imwi. 'f

Illlltboro. dent George It. Itoberts will be his t'ucecusor.He antique picture of a lion, the earliest yet that it given marked deliberate grunt landing depot were -45.<.>74. The significance ,
found.Mrni. sanction attt'ullt'l\thYIIU elniummistaumteofi.res.s. of ho figure lie in the fact that they
of the at I U an able man, und has had large experience the for ft I
It seems to be a certainty troopa hail) .ami that proxpcct May
the I
comment has len made at the lug necessity to questionable, and u* '
k Went coming over here to upend thesummer in railroading.AT for an cqualhyargt'! immigration. Tidy hat the I
LI Key manner of the reception (,f the f'ijnklliiJios4 am clearly of the opinion, dangerous pruc- rate of over half a million u year ali while
r- as some of the officers have writtento a meeting of the Itoard of Supervisors tioeof bilUgcn- there i it,. atloii that
in Ireland. Public feasts and costly entertainmenU putting ujion appropriution no ultkiJ|> our lUc'.iou"
friends about getting houses for them Inubwn.Tai'qaa he1d at San: Francisco the judiciary committee by IOU tmichi'al authoritie* seem cral and permanent legislation ;" although I from abroad will reach that enormous aggregate -

TrUiuat.Lfon.. rejiorted bill recommending a juilicial i 1I'IIItl within reason tim sulilumsethiat|
he does that ItC late this, has i
hardly consistc-nt when given to those tarry.hug say '
it oiuul| i>*>,(**). Tho Kmigratioii ( ('1mm.
into the Kullocb The may -
: inquiry c. JIe. fixMl to a starving pfoj'le, from the people been resorted to by ulll"IIt1..slllUrtll"j | lui)>t>iotu-n aro baiting their .tlinatej* on u

Strawberries go begging on our street at finance etlnnhittceWai then ordered to cause who are the refipienU; and it u* little clothed 1 with power, it did not prevail until total ('S a.V.(... 'C
ten l ntJIltt'r| '1usrt-Tallirhaut l\Hf'v judicial proceedings to be In..titutt'lll1l01ll1l1t JH-cf-nieM those who are s nt to convey fill,1tu l forty years after the adoption of the constitution .
of Smith l Prvntito
Tilt us
: Levy he Mayor for hU removal from (ofUct the suffering to indulge bi"h festivities und it I N confidently believed that& it Mulford game say, by l'IK'uh.utll Win..l.trumping ber

The Cedar Key Juufual 1 U exultant over a* Kn.riau quarantine was established at the f wbi-n offered to them in a public manner. i.. condemned by enlightened Judgment father' club with .-/'rrr I'm.

proj ':*- ed hotel .in that city and the large tort of Italtimore on the ,'JOch. to continue I J'ri vulc entertainnifiiU to timoscwmihmi Ij( with of the iiniiitry." )fr hays says al."u "The It U ,llul.tful. however if PtH-uhontajt "H'r
of Hit
did' t kind.
JIUtory ,
saw-mill being erected there by Mr. C. A. until November bt.11 venscN, except' relief would I tie sc-t-mly, _1It'1l.lIIt given immtridat4ly Iulillc'tlfur will l lee promoted in many u hen Il t''tMuJ'riC1le she threw up her hand says!,

Fairchild, formerly Jacksonville, A tmtrUi front jiorU in the United States, north of in the vicinity of the nutfering, way by a return to the curly practU-e of the lidMWu(< '.) J1II". Not he bole' Im 1.Ilwt'vl'r. .

hotel is needed there, and will doubt- Cape[ Henry, will l I"e required to stop at but C.'Orl"JlUtitm| Ct'Wot. and exfnditnrr| tomtcrtaln government" and in thIs we agree; und I timid IU.tur luflrl&ui,. that _h" In'

I lea do a good business, while the location U 'quarantine until examined under penalty thoM coming to bring food to the jirurtietwivt that no one should allow him- hfr Jut'k.-,. llrNffiAf ,

a very desirable one for a saw-mill! of the uf$.')&JI, fine, and $-V) for every hour thp):!t'- starving among them i-s both unsec-mly to self ti| I he eligible( to, or seek, a thlnl-term ilvsv varieties of tisl will n.,jtLKeriniitattfsatisfactorily

? size of the one now being ereete'L main in any jxjuitioii in violation thereof. the hosts and the guest nomination or i-lection.! after they are a year old.


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t .1 itoMnsno I'KVD* vnv f! of young trees. 11 the second 'hour-wn: he had sowif in the'sleeve* on the wruup )111/h. "Il wu; in cfonstant tear and frouhlc, I hip she had never seriously intended him to

I-\\'! i wrapped tilt) in rl\ullcuh1'C. to whicli side. He flung it from loin, threw ou hi.: Ca"par lia'c to hire a servant solely to; on that damp spot by the river. His
jitDI.EY\ WINTHROF .. i he had assignc-d: the warmest lnd best boil, in coat, seized his cane all.IUH.lel1lllt to the keep an eye on the children. 111ll'l'n. in whose hearts the seeds of hatred, .
'r' the garden. Iris ranunculuses were hi' publichouse.When Hut there was n cruel rod, in j sickle fut hl.III'el. ('Itl\implante-d, had: learned while
On the bank of the iewcrhldhestrttc11es: .:: pride; no one in the vicinity( not even the Caspar had quit' working! In the Xclmloii. That same autumn he hoard, the playing on their uncle 'to ,despise the
little village! newt and ple-nsant to look nt,. nurserymen! in the mljiicen't towns: could( fields he also felt {Ill at II e. He bad no desire hall published, in the church (il the marriage larl'lt; who winked at their Ili: nd whose: inhabitants: are well-to-do, for {compete with 111, for. variety of s 'et'I(':,, to go home mid thought to himself: of his eldest niece, Lizzy with a yoiuifi} Il'r sons and daughters I
he fields, and meadows are fl'rtlll'IIII.1 the Alter midnight his imagination led I Mimialong 31Y wife has got hl'r.I' 1 into' a line mess farmer of the, tlghl'lrhotl\' : father and mother : the cause of their tuncle'sr'iehinlritauieeslip)4ii.thirough -
people thrifty and onle-rly. The richest( man the IH'11 well-kept' walk fur which heh with I 1'1011(1 Xl"IIII, : 1 for her to set matters done without l'rel ( him, the } theirhands t
there wu+ old Andrew, whose house mid impel if : t the gravel-two hundred supper-time. taken nenret-t relative. Lizzy was: his ,"I-lauJh. and Anna, abandoned h)suitors, had
harnstemd close by the river where the tow barrowsful: nt the lon.t-with the sweat look tijhb the ptillic, -lou"c." .\IIIu Il be1- ter"; she had uln"i'l'U his IL\'or: lic''e., naught but sullen words left her parents.The ..
path passes ju front. of the \"illagl't hii: of his lirow and, the toil of his: arms from the cause: the brothers: wished. to shun each other and for I1LI he had kept il curse: of hatred was upon the whole L
death all his: worldly goods went to his: two tin'r'l edgeuml lie l laced rouml the neat they met all the sooner: and in the presence reserve for her a heavy gold. chain with family, and ('asparas lie followed his: IXl'1
.'itn*, of whom the eldest! : wars named I Caspar little plot in the middle bordered. with sc-a- of tr:1/-tl'l: / to hoot ,"'hl'lI Caspar entered bright ducat* depending fr"l i which had across his: fields,I would. ever and anon say to
)' and! the youngest! Xebulon.I'rom shells: which he ha.1 l lcnt for on purpose'from : Ihl tavern % was seated in I fallen to him from his Ilthl'r'l inheritance,. II Il'I', Were 1 only three )'t'a1 younger
) his youth up Cnspar' was a strong! Schevcning. .Iu-"t as the wllI11111 corner reading I newspaper of the llhine. .\ILIIOW- 1 \ what I should do. Hut since
healthy fellow: who, at fifteen years-of age, railed, one clerk his:\'lt'II'II'W t"\'hl,1 He looked, unwell, and before hil-II: unusual The wedding day ('IIICj; Xebulon was not this has lasted: three years it must last until
1 could guide a plow and handle a scythe with hy the recollection tlw'll'lIllifll thick ns.harugas eirrumstnnc-shwl. n pint nt'lvine. ill rftt'tI, Although the autumn was well death," and thl'rCll'.il he thrust: the goad so
; any man, and who, when he l'l'turlll'llhoHlt' which he : gathered C'l'n''lr Hitherto the ,brothers had always' drunk advanced, t"l'rt was a .W.Lrl suit and the deep into the( OXl'1 that they sprang, aside-,
1 in the evening for his: :supper\, would. take flll the raised, bed under the hedge, ; at two their wine together and out of the ale bottle table for the marriaire feast weresj>read in and the furrow went askant.A ,
1 has share of soup and potatoes with the best (i('I Ol' his line summer cabbage, had blotted. -, but uIol this evening (Caspar' 1"01 the donby: his: door. 1. min hi"oI severe winter came. In January and
1 fanu-laburer in the country. %Xcbulon on out all visions: : ; at three clerk he was: preoccupied I as lie discovered. his brother, called, for ruin ,oJelllir he 1 beheld the joyous: preparations February,' it lIowl'Il\'c\- or so ; night ;
the contrary, was: but a weakly chap, and. with JtrCl'l pears: anal tm\ll:4: .\ dozen of I the yilglI'were in t the room. .llllwllowl',1 his yexat'ion as: best it froze and u thick crust: 'litlil'l1 I'pon the I
for three years: he had to drink) physic' In- morning these: things-the Ilth'ntl and. Well, (''Its /ai,1, Assessor: : "10 ""I he ( ; wllI bride appeared arrayed lower llhine the thaw \1: ', with
I"tl'.jlllor beer, beside-s being tortured with all the shells, the cabbage,' and Intend to build I, 1, 0 in her hl.uulflle.lil dress: which considerable anxiety. March was wellll-,
\' the maladies: incident to childhood.. After lilies, the peasand: thcltsparuguWhirled' in "Do "II know that nlreadv; ?" was the he hlll"t {' 11,1 :e\1 hil lr. and whieh,, vanced before' it 1'III. then the- \'IIIC 111-
his, fourteenth he gained strength, but ( through his : shifted from north to .southwest, and.
year ;( 'nllfu..iol : 10rll'It.11aill. an,wcr. Yes. please (and next spriijg: I IOII-l"I"l'Ilh'.n.i: : thought, her abominably daily
]Ids 1 legs: remained crooked and\ tottering; and he! thought; how these were to Iproot. .\11 whtl'e"?" two large and, bitter tears {'l'nl''rlflll ill: I he was a bad customer: to the barber, for he (,,1111,1, cut ..lowl merely to make room for : Don't know yet ; not yet come to termswith Ids, : old eyes Hl''oulllIo longer re-sist: l I broke t I' : I 'covering. The llhine
never had, any beard lie was _devoid, of all house would. !tint just as well anywhere inv next neighbor.' the 1"11111 of the! merry-making, ; I" which 1(1'.11,111, te-rrible, freshet was: to be' lea red
taste: for. farming but loved to lie he-side' the else: ; and, hlw old days: he Xdmfll glanced, up from his i newspaper: l"all'II, to his cars the branches: were the thaw as sudden and lasting in the
I .stove' playing; with the neighbors': children, should have to lay out t new garden", and and the brothers': eyes met. ot I Il' ) ), So he donned his gala-day, mountains: as in the nvthe-rlunds.: Had there ,
who were much! younger/ than be--making/ {perhaps never taste of its fruity "It isn't every one that's obliging, "II llthl'I c;(nipped the gold chain and its clink'- l'l'll but Illlilahh'ltkt.'IIHlle; illi tin'iuittiiiiIi!
all manner: of toys: mending:: the broken At last: a happy thought Hashed uponXebulon. know, pursued, Caspar.: ltl'l'il ducats so I long de-stined. fil Now it ; i l'xlpc'IIthl'I'
,t, he-ads: find legs: of the animals out of Noah's: He took : resolution and went' Xchuloii laid. his paper, upon his: knee, Lizzy;, ilto III hrteI'hiesj'akct' and III'ie.1 Wil scarcely time to think of ll l'xlp.ll'lt
ark and sewing o clothes: for their dolls.. Old), sedately and II't'tfll. clown stairs to his took tall his = ( but spoke not a 1II,rd. down Ids )poor :scissor-legs erarkiiiawith (rut"'pars ltilhotlll.,1, yielded
,:, Andrew seeing he was no use' in the hells: mid-day weal .;i .in-.nv! did I not regard 1 think, ll'dalc'l: .\I"l': bound him apprentice to a tailor, lie( proved him withery kindly' eyes:oI. for she was best' : place would he on your hl'Itlll'r'l mea it not been tor the spiteful: walls: which ;asking or : /- 1.1, brother's assistance :t
s skillful with hN: needle, and before his: fath: vexed that he h\tllot at once agreed, to her dow." he himself: had built he might 111n slipped he replaced the IICIOI"hllllpntt, by
er's: death lie had begun' tailoring for himself wishes, lint IIII 1\1 tongue, l.xlclil. .Yes" said I (Caspar, "and that I f is where I it out by tIll hecl: :-,luur and have reached, the I row of large tr."I'I:, : il
\ mid! he'was. : doing well Rut ill spite0( him to revive the : E tlli-+, ,lllc girlsctf: the village "'OIlIIIIII\'l'I\Olh. him silent, she lost: patience: 1111'lltlr.. (On what 111a41rts'4111'1111111811, Caspar1 he had to go I round,about way and pass be-' wicker-work-so as to break the force nf theHood.
1, ing; to say toJiim-not even those. for whose: an abrupt question. "Well, hrothl'r.ll-law. tasked, Xchulon across: : the table tWl'l'I the rows of tables.Stepping : He thus insured, h lI"l.lf Hme to ?11 I
dolls: 'h'e' had.I formerly made' clothes: ; they I she said, "did night bringyougood. ('0111"1'1"? ,rl'l, on rOH', as: W( decided. yesterday. softly, and with down-cast eyes save le-ast 1 the most valuable. hiol.III.: .
)Mades1'nrt0f him 4(11(1nieklaalMllillitlfM, ( .' 1'4 how much am we to have, the arcl'l 7" : he Il'a-t: Liz/.y saw: him ilui Higher IU I higher i rose t the linr. !
ter ;elssor-legs:, ) because of the odd.I shape e>fbis :etld away the children.. dJ. 1 know nothing of the decision, ," replied nl'lrlacll.llhc: : ; saw him and carried off his wife mil, dll.h'l1 il I boat.
.: 1 lower Jiiubs! which hud, I'oWIt'l'I'I: : tOl; "we ('al talk I'l.tll' without tlll'I:' I Xebulon. I ill1 live .icluckthtsafteruuu turned deadly, pale, and a malicious: smile The water was up to l''oll lloor. He
wise.' This: disheartened: him and at hist Ill, The 111.11'1. got he continued. : not a hair's: breadth. of my meadow is to be, overspread: the faces: of most of the guests ut himself, :still remained in the dangerous' !
relinquished] :; thought of e\'pt' falling: in ) -iu -ha ty, I cannot possibly I I sold l .or given UWI\'.', the prominence: thus given to the gross: building/ like the {'lltlll of n ship clingingto
} I 1 hn.. but clung so much ,the closer: to hishrothcr snare the garden ; it is i M 1 profitable to IUQ( I Indeed 1 ," said Caspar.( I know lolhill l'rl'i.l of family love and customs. Caspar' his: wre-ckcd "l':<: it goes: dOWl. His
\ \ Casper\ who had married early, according t that I cannot give it to you :a larg8ah,1)y of that I ,lal'el.1 we will talk it \ sprung from his: seat. 1 believe his: intention barricade, of lir-trecs hlt together famously: l I
to the good. cmultrycust'rlt\ : and, it becomes: brothers. "fl.c soil of t the 111'1\1. I to-morrow at Inl'r." was to proffer his: brother a hL.1 of wine, and .strengthened wllh ,a great hall
whose wife} presented: him with a child: every ow is: not lit for 111\1'1' ami vegetables, : T I dine no more at your wife table," re- and I al>o believe that hail he ,1"leol1: Xebu door, which he mnnage-d to fix against the
1 l year When' old Andrew. died, ,the brothers: cannot make a garden tllre-ul,1, besides: it turnedZtbnlnn. 1haveJuststruckulir- lon w'ould have remained. and Lz1JUF weakest part of the wicker-work pamplt
easily agreed about the division: of theinheritance. would take me too long' must he nil gain with the host: here fur any board. till tinge woultla marked the ( This increased: the value of his -\
,'Caspar!! took till the fan11-luil, the same to you, whether you build a yard next spring., bond If 1''Orllllluf'cion. luit unfortunately and further protected the house from the ,i
Xebulon the house: with the large kitchen, or two to the right or the left Cliooso: "And next\tllg1" just )'oulgl t of Caspar's: / force of (the /UI'1. times, when the l'llIHl'i :'
i garden: nitjuccntjuu-ndows.( lie gave up place,, in the meadow for the. house!, and. for ."Then 1 hl\I housekeeping on my urchins: called out the great house'-dog: wldch were 1H011111Iulnt, (the fir-trees bent
the ground-floor; to his: brother, with whom ii good yard. besides.: Don't be modest about own account, and take I cook ; I shall live upon that day} was let loose that he might and ('rllkl'l. to give wuv, but
1 4 is lie took his:' meals by way of rent. Ho himself it ; )'Ol are Il'rl..ty welcome to a good. half above and :she below." .participate in the jl'lerl jov-"Towler, their Ilcxihih' preserved them and they
1I\'C1111I' the upper} \ story, where ho had U'rl'Vhllt will go to your chilren, .Hit we live below, ," !all Caspar. Fowler ; there is Ull'le : a large; cheerful room one of whose windows and I have no need to haggle lit trilles: ; the "Yes, but Il'xtlrinJt will live there i dog was go good-natured enough and incapable tint swell further--gu at last: the rise: !l'l'ml'lto
f t I looked' ) up{ the main street of the village half-acre is yours as t free gift." no longer, requested: the Assessor I of harming a (.III. but the little : and the others across a patch of mendcrw This was: spoken like a brother, and Cas : to give you warning to vacate come more tU1 lle, whel he was chained up, But one evening dark clouds: overspread
I I to the Rhino Here ho sat UIHIII his par had already stretched out his: hull to next May." set thcruude, to scare poor Xebulon. (the sky: a strong wind blew from the west
..y board and. plied his nee-die. Nothing could grasp that iff Xchulon and thank him heartily clilon." cried Caspar, striking the table Towler : from under the table and drove the waves over towards: the village.
happen In the neighborhood without 'his when his: wife who was: not satisfied: ( a blow with his list, "am 1 to and made I furious charge at the tailor's The ruin fl'Hln torrents, the river rose
seeing\ it, unlwith, every boatman who put because she would have it as she had de build on your meadow or not?" legs. Hut Towler caught a tartar; Xebulon, two feet un hour and the water began to
into shore he had his: mouthful of gossip ddl.lllclot otherwise: said sharply : "No, X ii." who was: prewired for everything, struck climb t1)! walls: of Zebulou's house. Zebus
and received all the latest news from Maycnce 10t ( wiI build in )yonder swamp-- "Or in your Jtlrcl'n?" him i a cn'r'blow across: : the teeth with his lon lay down in his: clothes niton the bed on
or Knimcrich. And so his: life ,glidedpleasantly ( ) not II 1 I grow musty in this: Na.' walking stick, and at the same moment Cas his upper Hour. The Hoods lad never yet
away, and he grew old in his!' house.: "And am no longer to inhabit my father's par g:1e him a tremendous: kick in the ribs, threatened the house, so hehiid not thoughtof
,bachelorship: almost: without knowing It. "As! you please, rt'IlCI Xchulon 'IJulellI )-. house?" sohut! the wt1rbrute tied buck howling Ullelerthe Iu'iul it and hud not even provided a
For twenty years the brothers hud dwelt hope you have good "Xu." table. Itut the old haute l'ekil11'1 Zlbu. although his: brother, also! blockaded -
together in the most exemplary, harmony, Ami thereupon l he walked quite c"ml'r. Then I will build on the patch htWl'l'l hertsl at the i t JinniUII : : "lam in his fortress, hae u skiff moored to his
t i,riot ly to the behoof of Caspar's: chlldren.whospent : from the room and ascended the work- the house and the lUiiac or may Satan going away ; it llot necessary to bring the window. he had ni to ask his assist
the whole day in their uncle's room shop. When hew:gone, hil4llter-ln-Iuw'l seize me and the spirits in this glass turn to clogs to drive your nearest relative from his ance. Hut, truth to Illlk.| he was not tll'Ica..t
J looking out of the large windows und coaxing anger If ho had answered her flames and lire in my throat! (joocl night, uit'e'l wedding: like a beggar." Far quicker alarmed, till he counted on the"tn'n
L him to make them all sorts of puppet*+ rudely eXllolll'l.l her an excuse: to vent her neighbors." And so saying he gulped down than he came he :strode through the guests of his: house. He kept a lump burning and
and dolls at the twilight hour when it grew vexation, it is I possible that after a good his rum uni rushed: out of the house. and disappeared: behind the angle of the rl'I'Il volume of lernUno,
too dark to work When one of them was scolding they would have been the best: of I Early the next muril/ Assessor: : : prl'Il'lItt.1 house.: {Suddenly I however. Xebulon saw the watev
old enough to attend ,school became.saucy' friends: again. As it was, her husband: t bore himself: and, in Zehulol'Mllule,gave Xchulon went quietly through stubble- bubble up between the boa n Is! of the lloorlike
to Xebulon because: ho hud henna his: playmates the brunt. Caspar' and his wife notice to quilt woman field and pusturugo( to the goldsmith in the a Jluntnin stream in t'ur1pring.. His: i.
I : ) game of him and thenceforth ".l Hue fellow 'el are," she began, "not wad frl htenec now that things: took suchu nearest: tOWI. sold him thecnuin and droppedthe hair tl'l wih terror -gfmcl'llutUII
\ \ they nn1,4im in turn''bo annoying and impertinent \ to say. I word in your wife's behalf! Suit serious tlr would willingly have ac. louis-d'ors: he( rccdvcd{ for it into the him and IIW encroaching dt'ml'tt gush:
j until their uncle'caught them by the i is with us poor women { tempest or sunshine (cepted' Ihl hllf.ul'rel meadow. She thought same pocket in which the chain hud been u in over the threshold of the room. He
arm without ceremony mid packed' them it's all one to you Il'l; and when Caspar would go up'stain and smooth the short time before. Then hel'roIl'll: the ilurketplace jumped up and pulell'l'n\ the door iindvaulntu5t
with hfc brother. But in his to the office of the notary, hud anhour's'emferl.nce ( :< by the torrent
clown stairs.! This he "accustomed to dot we ourselves and, for the goodof matter over : 'lrr 01' h
chil'lrl.n' stubborn and far too with him and made an that poured in, time to
looked scolds turn was
to all or any of his! nephews( = and nieces. our we are upon as Caspar
ullt1eh1tho, Old Scratch dropped an eggi and : proud to give\ groln.1 Ae-comptinie-d{ b by his an early appointment with him for the next get UJMIU his table when was level
in thcho: .l'huht. Cns tar had now, twelvechildren \tl'rllgnnt:1., Inl,1 : ;"the meadow I is good two ddest IUI!, down to the river morning i ut his own house. Then he returned with the window-sill. .\ horrible death
little<< and,big, Ilka the pipe t of anorgan..He enough to build upon, and we get it i as a and straightway felled the trees: that grew home, joined the drilkl't at the village inn, "lurl'clm} in the face; if the water rose to
t farrier the (the windows he must bo l
work Xebulon stuck and asked the :
i bwu and { thI'Tl'1 they were at : birhlauia'l top dllwnt.t
frugal provident
I Jiud
Jtl. it !" cried the head out of the window. two most \'lo'td, to or suffocated.( He made his: way id wil-
and I had increased MS\: farm )' the purchase: won't have angry woman hi". nightcappe-el "oHsl\4 hl'tlu'ratiMI.
tit dow (hut looked towards the umlshouted
the village
the of necessitated I would slout'rbuild on Jo winl'Mhil
r of new .piuetn: of label. ,111 : ,: ; strip UlrUIJt you suil.'l'T'IJult.
their for help but the of thestream -
Iarg4.'r'UlJluber of 1 laborers\ ..nlllt length hissvIPy Iiu tt'y)' the water's edge, which: is our ownalready. lye, "nUl good; luck; no' wih your signatureUNHI them| with lrlnilj amiplayetl and the roaring\cjf the wind
litregaled whistling
lloor of the 'Jiottsetooincommodious would,vex that crooked : : ilI'! so, :Iri
f/\uInhqJrllllull :
1 of the Ithine coIoIor- It wretched'I' for building purlosey. cuudswith: them till lutojn the light senffcsl'ut his l1t frantic efforts to'make
Ids view was n
'l't111r husbandt'i spot
I slie, tl'1 : legs : 11Il '
o. :
1 : tOlloi house. this he rid of two of the gold elf heanl and the water;
he side of the other vitlttinehoutinentheoldgossip;' Wedged,as it were hCtWl'I'1 the I : way gut Ihl ; lllll:11't\
3 hUlh1j',1(1'Jlhll' e by; but Ihu' and the tow'-luth'there' Wli: U siuue ollly pier( he had received for, his chaiqwllicliwas : \ and out and reached up to Luis ,, Oi
Uli wood u'lurduy;
one \ of An the ;" just what ,)lie. desired.. At midnight, this there was no chance of suitor, but
in '.clue but n fool would build there, fur thle mums tltl'r ( Iill '
with Il'
1'llk11 tie\ Ci"111r I wulnl'oUl' dent ,l'ur I.t broke in fu pur. .'rhe spring thaws and thought Cu"pnr; ."'IH build th roc .one Whl'l the marriage feast' was jut :'un end, he on side( of the river a faint hope remained.
I Hanl-by the window shutter stood
home :
: allow house to 'standhore'long tho"othcr, so shurtyul' went mil to'l'l
the cost uf u the fn'oIhon\'ouhl: no ube ZlmlI'1
her,. gylli tho' followed of the til He' waded
i i t thlII:1'l iuldthuyadozchass concluding- -was of Hut' on The notary : ; witnesses one poplars. to
hrln .nfw ( ; : 111I'\il'ly He for the farm he left theroom next' the:'riv 'Ilu\light. obliged to huirlo'' ut his: heel Xt-bulon\ hud u married to his !bed, rolled up,,a dry blanket and se
to ,
ai" .Ul\l/ 'or \ arnblliland. liigh time (!
c JO\ll' 'hl stone and that wan relative in the Oberlund he could not Curl't11t round his neck. Then lie climbed
t wife preferred l 0 to cows,and ,, ItlmJt lanl't. .tril. silL
anynlaut conduct cautiously the whidaw The
I Meantime Xcbulon' Ids board (' was so littlo endure, because: by her gicWy na upon pop
wlio'evcr wisjied foro'ws while IUtlon\ : ''Ullll> lele\ rl'IUl had frittered her tar firm and 'stout branch
she almost u
S 11 bits'of to make when"complete.] : tl\Y young girl away SllMt olrt'll
1 wife wished for a now house'know's"she' } Iewlnl together !lie had, to hisyuun'st could ttlblctmt hy half R good nume and come within an ace of disgracing i Ul .Ills laud At 1'' short di"tu'e' Il
which promised
: her J house UI l'thnt his: Cows not IUUon
got were her Yet to her distinguish the roof of !
the other :
of the old On
those ot"'rnj 'quh
littlo Tor his en as famiy. h
bought. ) nephew l'cer. ;: new Iouse. still '
above He
i will hH water.
l iu }he now by hfwe Caspar
child been three hand Caspar build ,.them IteqiK-uthed
The { > llt
But the ground for -the house? Punchinello. olrrh' '
? \ othnJ such darkened Xebulon's laud and everything' else: he possessed, with a lant'r hi'his huitdgetting out of the
undo had ,
y could be etyiiej1until bnrthcr Xebulon, linieA to fetch Iaul as promised dock. I UUUUt.j tlt entoff hiM view of the i with 'n clause 'providing that the bequest top widow into I boat and he culled to
to give that, fuc,the land found about, theputeriial : him it ready L'lght'o l e, thus: robbing, him of the chief din'r-I should, be null and void if ever the hen him, uprour was su great that to be
.dwelling belonged to him,'UIHI he. lib fourlh'Ilt might soon eXllll via of heard ossfble.: With exertionCaspar
at lib work. buttered the wall and row poprars tl was iIIM great
t the he Jwd'yldleicatetI tll .
had ,'eldahl'In.thu ganlcn ,and tluurti.yhing Three o'clock struck,make Ids WU llele.bit lion' many : and considerable go to decay, or if at time they uisH>!sed pulle-d his boat under the lee of thebreakwater ,
: the meadow und twice little Peter did not : ulpenrum. vexation the r I' other
ha sent produce by, the took up some ) .. The ft' hi its brunches would hear )
o u week tlOWItlC him in. The brutUm no longer spoke{ to each ) to his d( enllnt. notr1 ( -Mtplar us
he thought tu I
market-buuttu \' ul,111 this: boy i hU gone a lulling, the dm und wuitesl for f
a. l fr : struck still JVtercame other when ,they chancwl to mcect?. The swallowed uu rCt price dayligLt.und rescue. 'l
o'clock no
( j I way had nlaJollmy} t.hnrlillul!lr hudaround.sum self. Four did the other children show whole village laughed at them; but this t'hail. with the'exception, of a ten-groschen, his inexpressible joy he perceived presently t
; out interest. The garden ; nor threw into the >r-box that the water falling it :
,, hardened tliem in their obstinacy.: bit, which Xebulon .jx was iw rapidly us
1 erI'cclally'uftortlerl': )milt great: enjoyment! ; it themselves, although it was their l/uul custom only new clothes the services on the Sunday, He strictly forbade hud risen ; it was soon below the window
r bread and When Caspar
h did him good. when he rose stilt froU after school, to munch their of ntltet another village were5(111"ht ( tilowlll to reveal what had through which he had l'rwk', and he began
tailor's board'to' busy himself' ,wih light cheese in their 1ldc'.room. in.Like the euuugt111ey His n children did all in their iHiwer to They of course lost no time in blab to think of quitting his uncomfortable:
work such us grafting ; arc making I bonfire potato fn'1 before evening refuge to his
t: garden MowlnJt.I'hmtnJt. have d)ttdrild(1 mischief and had no longer any to ererbx1anll Inel returning rOn.hie
r held; said Xcbulon anything
etc. Caspar, IMIS'4.c'tl ; nU on his fruit and flowers When spring twenty tongues 'l'nliltntalr re-j>euted congratulating himself: on his narllW escape
abunduuco'or land and many brood tie-Ids,1 befallen| them- the mercy round and Itouar took up his abodein to Caspur the' )' und just as day Imguu! to 1 ,n, the wind
t the/village saving u Hut when live ti elut'k, struck, hearing came again and blew in but
had nothing near Ull. his house matters improved' u Money i is prejRiiideraiit{ everywherebut ruse short violent
worthless:'strip, which lay between the hUI: urchins shouting he and went, running to the head about of in the tht'ruoll u very little. It is I bad enough to ha\Jllt UI especially in country place*, where men awl blasts. Again the river rolled more bbter.
t ami the towputh. His wife had conditioned below when live in town, but in the ofte n are ,valued by what they j>ewness. ously, and the poplar swayed to .
t for this when tho proiK-rty was apportioned, stain and(\ culled out ; Peter.. bring )your enemy country it I is Mill yoU worse; l furls the town )you ('usur51)11ltereivtMtthathenulonger{ Xi-hulon was on the very jnnnt' of beating I
to use: it as a \lrilllImlII for her linen. I impi'**; thejueket" is: readv.o avoid him if will ; whereas in the syest for half so rich I man us formerly.It retreat through his window, when he heard
was: u rugged, .oi. and IlnJel .\ uncle; answered the little" fellow ; can run you against him at fair wus: very well) known that Xebulon derived a frightful crush pnictfd from the breakwater. -
much tl\lli: the river wnI! Il"I Iuhnu.t "I don't want the jad.l any more fetched. thegav and l'Jltruu, at the and Ilai1' parishmevtings from his ul'Illl. his rich meadows and his The roof uth hi>brutlu'rshutiseplungelinto l
every year. Xcbulon !at work and in strolls; and trade uUmt as good an income as did the rtotxl. und in the whirl of waters
The most: eligible: site for the house was motley jal'kt. amid holding up to the food tastes sour your afterwards.One tuior'l{I"r from. his farm and hat Jurl'tWer. that followed the strong i opLir to which he
Zlhulun'j kitchen garden.* It was high and children t said, Wlu will have jt, if Peter then your day remarked 1 to the inkce}cr having neither chick nor child, he did not hud cung'U twisted round and round us if
commanded view pf the river doe-( .not want it Caspar tenth eif his gains. lkidcs this, he u until its (
dry, t pretty l hut that he had u gottd roof over his head now, "!send u I Imell'n sapling Imml1'
and the siiil was: firm ami well suited for eel- I, cried )[llad. the youngest tho IH'Y stairs l ami u pleasant iw all around and\ (could hut his fatler'ssulidw bouse whileCaspar t'el topmost sprig were at timl"ulmer
law: and foundations. l.'rol the very tint mina; ami' buy wal nln'uty.on dotted look right into the villageall of whichpleased had the Insecure newly l'l:. Like the tree %.Xe-buloii was rn''l '
this had hl'l'l the wife's opinion "" now' when his eldest sister h\m\ per Anna his wife i immensely The iiinkm>errviHiuteti dwelling by the wattr'll.II", and ( to yield to the blast ; now under '
'Fr she spoke her mind to her husband, who forward and pulled : by the arm M> this to Xe'bulon. and the next elay\ {property{ of the 'JC to I lie divided whirll'tilirppin. through ,the air, be cluspcd
hlllh.Uteh'l Hl.ntdl"\: bead( and l suggested violently that he fell to thegnnind. "Kl'1, { bricklayers e-auie, and u\m\ three among twelve children the hare of each { desperate emlll'e. ullenh. '
)[ the
said. I huil
her- jacket, undl.hl' indeed. neighbors he tilt violent shock
the mutter ) branch
that ''r your of house, Iii brother'sgroundtwo would IKS very "mul 11th a ; tht t
: Caspar's .
i4 bolt tLuln. says you are 1 bad uncle, and that you don't .idt { six-foot walls, decking UI : the tops' both lltm.1\ young, all ealculatitihs he trusted tmetl to hurl him from it and l ; I
\1tll'r and
} the very next evening utter cure( a fig for your,bftlf':children: so with liberal concrete of broken glass. Ik'ttvet'n ere tufkly digestetl. The son of the he fell Ulkll I hard object Stunned UIIII'l'p..
'lhl .' from .\uIInltht'r a
1 when had been sand und the we will take ( you. these walls /ebulon plautetl with his burgomaster neighboring village hud wildereei. und with the hhitslstreamhlgfrunt .
children 11.11' bed. fhetreated the I lays, besides, that" we are to kt'l out hand u row of young tended long hl'1 1 iv'inuttent1unti.lnnaash" '" his hose he felt himself l curried rapidly t :
as a of course( and not I of your room hereafter own watered day by W p..la1.paid the set-olid daughter (the same who hud pulled down the stream. On recovering his senses '
r ambjec mOlent thinuio\ but 'that ZI'bul)1 Yes," cried one of the boys, "and 1 and watchman handsomely t'I to see that no one Michael ud'his uncle's stairs),and on Lizzy's sutliciently to look about him, he found that .-t i,

act in a brotherly spirit,and aIuwth" .han't go any more to see you, you l'udt J" Injured them at night.; And ('"llar'l i young- wedding-day: they had almost e-oine to un he was stretched on the great IlrIHl.Mlt .
\Imh at a Xcbulon & tic Issut- (". Oho I Uncle twl'..or-le "! naught hum thtc walls but cut unllcrtunlllli; but now be did not show which had formed part of the hJ.kwutl'r,
ar4l but hurr"in. his ehair'hundld Cusliir Whereupon" the whole gang, hlaulltle, "tel got Meanwhile a long time Anna looked At the other end of the dour cnmclied u
i ) hands and crapcd u11 .hhu. hil
>)1.l' "habifof ) choiitod in nC than her wont. Casj>ar himself luau. and that man his brother
us it was his regular an evenin" lllclll.l. sho the by the follow far 1 | was was l'aslur.
a pinch from his wished him, "Oho I "! Undo c fVU-or- up i l" Caspar's dwelling 'II.r to lie chosen assessor: at the When Cuj ar, warned by the rocking of

1 a* !"? -sneezed, Uinl's touft.x.: und t gooel- Il-r I '" white chalk with spring that they lie 1"1111 was ftcced rel''l to hum (M.ndll' as next opportunity ; but when i came to an the walls, forsook his house, he dared notrow
nightin the same breath, und went up Zebulnn turned around a* for as his ,'unltkktl curly a* four u'dcn-k in the afternoon. It election everybody said it Wj.lut pn>{ptr tu toward the village for fear thut in the
auger and looked that confer such an on a man way at darkness he should strike a tree
I bed so against or
with tie
btatrs slut to there.was not u wink of sleep'for Xcb dUtL the little ragamuffins his, but totter they delighted was all over Ids wife. And 1lca'u'iew was more feud with one Otl'bi ulghhor. and *o the be overwhelmed by the rush of waters. Hekucrecded

ulon that night. For the first hour he tossed all scampered off Imt feeling legs "rjvutiiig. walls debarred the children choice l fell ui> )a mor |ltrn. although in reaching the breakwater. whichtti
I thinking of the ami, lie went slowly to his room wht'r he a; .all their tl old pUygroumU, and now they ,he instead of one enemy had ut (least 8to nl Cist. Tb'r he lay at anchor
about which, only three years before.helAducceedid tore the'Jat.'kl" into shreds and threw them from tolled the whole day by the waters edge in half a llxen. In his own house, too, Cu par ( from the itOrl. and with the force
{ out of the indow. Then ho climbed upon vexations to His of the flood .
in getting! Into gooel best tu had fJh encounter. Cut when
I his board and began to sew furiously at I spite of'* "dorll drnthem him with his those violent towar.
an blaring 1 after with I'hiUting the greatest, in possible, six elifferent dirttculty sets, waistcoat When it Way finished he found from it, unt"h,1 the river ruse wife Jprdlt otnacr. say morning gusts of wint .

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they drove the lashing waves! dimtlvagainst) I .\ roar of waters and the violent agitation, I Da:1': Mttf> v\ J"I'k.-Thl' new loi-o- !I CoNiu'.Nsr.n TnnH l: I lI.OHW, Cl'.NTHAL HA1LI1OAD.JvcksoNvtltv ',
the hlrrll'lIh'Ih.r a fewhoeki of their raft put an end to the dose embrace: rt't'llh'ltlt Itil Hatwil Works '
the firIrt'Wl're literally washed out of the i in which for upward nf n minute they had tor' the ; IIllc'n OK TIIK Fi.v., March( 1(5( l7't.On !'I.
ground) unit the Iru.h'tl", .. I I \ S'r 1 INDIA TI5ANMT and after this date Trains on this Uond. .
; }" made was instantly held each other IXpettim: instant ;death, formal trial trip from Philadelphia to Jersey ATLANTIC( ( U'1
followed hv the demolition of the both looked the direction of the dike, but lit y and back, with I train of cars last Wt'k. 1:111\) P. will run as follows : I

('iitiretrueMire.! The lieavv harn-.du, r, torn I IIHI dike wa there. Hewildered l with "ur.'I.ri 1\) sum-ssfully: made the running time PKNlNsn.AU: ) ,KAILP.OADill DAY I'ASSENOEU.: ({ : (Event: Sm '
) few 5ndic! I l :,('. they (their heads andbehold, it ninety minutes e-adi vvav. Hut l tlic\engine; ( \\\ ,> ..) !
I n"'II/ .. .
hemllitidtllhircrtitllh9 dh' .
Lc-ave Insk ") F
flawlsr'r \
lremh :
lt ltt w ln t .. .. ..... 1 :
n ( frail: hark: was hthind, t In the l 11I"1111'IIII.fthdr t W"I sent to the factory to have Mime .VM .
j . !nIl:: .
while he, au !sole\ hope of ,,salvation scrap-! : recolhitioii they had 1 p.i .M-d unhurt through) repairs IHIII (the driving-wheels, to prv- l'_WI':1.\H: l 1\11') ;:. I\ : .y..I.. ... Ikt::: .\,. :M.t. i'
bled. upon the door. The flood. now unimpeded the very jaws nf death. The door Uponwhidi vent their slij.j>ing on the rails. The maximum I. .
mured IIIIWI1I1)aln..t hi!. house, whose peed t thus far. has seventythreemilcsan ). I LeaveLive Oak ..... ... ... : v. M.\ I
) they knelt and which appeared as ht.t'l In ;; l\l\ >n iriiI.OIVU M.l / Savannah ... Nl'r.t
Arrive-ut : u.IA'nth'Suivallllahl I. ,
: .. .
: Jc.r ..." .
destruction witnessed : unit it was while Il'I'1 wide the rent in the dike, had hour, whereas tIl' contract: for '
as uv 1:111.
s"'" .. .. :
. .
IIP whirled in miles which it i will
was th"lIrlt.x occasioned bvits it miracle. t
by vc-ming seventy-five
passel through
a \1'1'1,1 sown Live Oak. ... A.V .
r M.Inavc
Lc-iivc1 :
.... ..... 1
fall that Xehulon.vli.iken; from hNtree. without striking cither right or left. At a be attained whl'l the .lill'l1i' 11'llillWII '; Atlanta.. ( !.i..1.1. .", I'. M.Leave ( 1-akeCitv ........."...... oooi': vi.Leave .
thus ft.1Ul'oll\ the door.. t'jHin\ hcholdin/; a nun: hurt distance) before; tretchcdthcland uio overcomefa''/< If/11 T"//! ". : 111'OI. la! 7.4'r. M. llll.I"ln') ........... .... ':!'.*> I'. M.Airive I. i !

frail raft unexpectedly, pre-dpitiited upon hi j I toward whirls the lIh I.1i1H: waves: were now Stints FUR CMT. 11\IIoc: Mi;:\.-.\ Philadclphia Leave Ream I "wick. (la. 0.13'. M. lt .III.k ln'.ih. ......... I.I:(*.*> t>. :I
Caspar's first "
impulse minutes
was I.u..h I !gently floating them. \ few more: reriiandin.i. .* _,. M.
fitly pairs
him oil'. lest the weight) of two 'er'omshould and, their raft was aground the 1opc nf of shoes' at lll'1ukl'r for the lilkt who ere Leave\rri\I'dnaiid'nia, .11:1..1\.1.:N1.t. M. MAIL I AND FXP1JI: >S, (1).tuLVJ( )

with eeond I prove more than it would,I hear Hut I an inundated. field to accompany:1 dipt. Hovvgate I IIC'I on his l'Ilnr Arrive Haldwin. FII.. ..... ..... t:;, 1', M.Leave Leave Jai.ksonville............. Ah:: r. M.
tlmuglitliis humanity returned, Arm in arm the brothers went to theiiear- I'mh weinhs four -............ It.i;:! p,. .
and when hy the gray dawn he 'reeognicdhis ) j M inn where they drivd their clothe a\id\ Ixll..ltl\ live pair ,.. The 11'11 of Hildwin for.laeksonville... L.'iOv.: t.lrriveltcksoutill't 11"1'1'hilt., 101.\........ ....... ;::1"1'. vt.M.. I t
deserted, brother he 1\11,1 l'II'a.1h (('una. lioiite). !!.:&"p. vi. 1l.,1\.l.IIlwil. M.t.
contented himself obtained) food. They would fain hn; rented sole I 41 indies, I heel ; ) .............. ;:'-'.> i-. .
Il IlIdl'
with getting) as, far from him as possible.. :So: 'I there one night; but they thought of the thickness! of Mile I is : an inch.Hetween Ic'IUnl.l") ) ill far ( Kc,'.. 1..M1 r' M. : Leave 1.1.1".111. ............. ,":.07 r. t.M.. ,.
I hl'.1 pair, !'at.l'\'h at his nw n end .of the door, anxiety of ( 'a"lIr'1wifl'lIiHt' \ children.; ('a.. the 1111 thrt.t..ti'"III..r! thick I lay- rlH111" (Junction 1.1. U) l.ll I'. >i. I'ate :111t1.1.I'II... .............. sit: : r. M.vt..
IIHr oll'rIll'l
which 1 plunged 1 down the stream with i terri- !stilt! his barn door Xebulon 111..1.lnllkl.t.. 40 I'. M.Arrive .... \\1:0\:
Carrie I'
I' par erof e irk is placed{ to prevent .tII\II I !'penetrating. I \\11.1.I........ . I Le-aveMt. ... ..... :
hlepeed.. and I this, with some little monev, they bait The h.woc are made doth <(111"oc'.llt.. .V17 I'. M.Leave Arrive I ikeCity................ !\:111':: I
Daylight brought little consolation to till'11II1I1'.wr'I'kl..1 about them furnMied funds forth(' ,iulirne'} and lined) all throimh with lamb'! skin with ta, I'111.' ............ ">.-". \I'\ M. Leave Live Oak................ .M": > .t. I

vovagcrs. The clouds had<<1 I'I All the roads near the liver were submerged; wool it. ); the ,.\cloth and .\I"i\ ', l I ............... IKiOr.: t Arrive Tallahassee.........!... 7.::111< v. :I
broken away and, the) storm had. 1'Ilnjkra'I they were compelled to make circuit over laul 's UI\"I pieces "lWt'c'l are plarc-d to Trains, to Jac.ksonville and Xmth of Hald-. Arrive Albanv; ................1o-H: ..A.ArriveSavannah .. :I

lily tihatcil, hut 0\11111 hands, a vast expanseof \ the mountains, and (the dNtaiue they had !insure dryness to the feet. Tll'ohot..!< are1 win daily. ............... !t'ti):' > v.iMaveSavannah 1 t
I turbulent WIIII'otn'wn with furniture floated, in six hours was a three II:1oc'li1lrdl.IIlIt : . :;( .
make ,'xtr large in 011.1 t. \permit thewearinii e.oivo MIIITII. ....... . 411': vt.M.
uprooted trees and carcasses nf eattle otiereditsclfto the three days ccmcd !shorter to them l Ix-ave .. 4Wr.laave : .
of !'Ic\'t'ralpli!! 1'1 -olll'kl-"f') Leave Ydar: Key.. 1.15 .1. vi.Anlve Albany .. .. .. .... .. M.M.I
: theiriev.. Routs dared not venture than: :six hours, torin tlu.11I111I1nll.frit'IHI..hll'tIt' I hiatus.l'II ciaiiu-sville\ .:..... Ml 1 .\. M.Ieuve Tallahassee ............. o: !Ii r. .
into the furious current : if at times those three days they went over all that ,1' < 5aim-sville. X..V.1.M.. Leave Live-Oak................ -M: "v. .
their door was hornenearthe hank, the {pl'l.l'ph oee-urrcd to them during) the previous fourears. : word "Tory" was de-lived from a .IrriteVuilda K. I ) !) Leave. I ikeCitv ............... :*:!*Im .,. vt.vt.. !
who saw it were either afraid or too oerupied > Old feelings of kindness and mutual: f'rln\'llil'tl.\ us Roger;, North "says to "the .(1. : .111.1..1): .'\:1. I. Ix-aveMt. ( .lrrh.................... t-ls:( .v.IxaveOlustee vt.M.. 1

with their own losses to attempt to ;Impendence-!'umeil their sway, and they Iiahll' savages alii"Ilg I the wit I .Il'IIVt'.11,1.1. I.. r. : ................. .4:4:-')I..\. I. '
rescue the hrothers. Hardly: minute passed laid plans of future happiness both. In liish :" first t usesl in KiT't! during til 1.11.lwlll..I :1 Leave" .I1h.'II............... :>::! that me-mue'-d; ;Xehulontopped for the exclusion of the l>uke of Leave ( ) I v. t. : M.vt. '
they were not with death by the \last town they )passed through !struggle .lllk,01vic''II. 1lut'.I1t. : 'ill'... : v. .
violent contact of their crazy raft with floating at a notary s and dc-stroveda will he York from the line of sueve'ssion, (the name .\r.rI' ............. -. ) I'. M. IA'uv'1..1Hurh'h.Illl".II." ................ I:40 .\. M.

timber or with the many trees whiehseemed had! in keeping/ there. being' ;iven to the followers of the Duke beeaiise Leave lal.lwi1. .... ...........lilOr. M. la-ave \\hil' 1111 t............. ;::11.. .\
since the tlood to grnw'iu the Led of :, late upon the third evening they reached he favnrcsl; Irishmc-n. ..IIhl""I'IIli. .\r'i VI' I 'i.40 v. :vi.Leave Arrive. .hHkOCII".III'..:....... ;; :;.1.\. M.M.. J
the river. To add. to their \\ rete hedm-ss the their home. The river was fast sinking; the liilll of 1 Tory. was this-: (Ol' whl Keniandina 1'HI .............. :.-;r. vi.Leave I. On Mail and hxtir'sv'l'riiu: Sleeping Cars I '
wind Implied) round I to the north and blew poplars, with their double wall, and the new hr. to the am lent constitution of the Stateand : Hnuiswiik I .............. .\$ I'. M.UaveMacon to and I Jacksonville und :
sty cold through\ their drcnchc-d l clothes.Zchulon loll't'. which had been the apple of discord, the apostolic hierarchy of (the Churchof ;1,40.1, I. run t through, 1'101 Cars \ !

; took the blanket, which lie had secured had vanished and left no vestige! ) of their existence. Kngland.." The word Whig" i i"l contraction .\, .... 1.1. \\ :M.Trlll Savannah ; and 11..0. IIU'U1h't'pil und Tal 1'11 I
: to
rrl'l'1:111. through
round his fleck, unfolded it and l Caspar! lingered a little in the rear \\'hi'Jllor'' : whidi in the Key and South nf Hald lahassee.FEUNANDINA. 11'01 Jnt.kio\l\'i1' \
wrapped\ it.. about him. Hut even with this while ZI.LlIlIl11otoll' softly round the corner South of :I'Itlul.I denote I driver. win daily except :Sunday.: \
; covering his teeth chattered for e-eild.\ of his house, which stood firm and uninjured. In liVH, Covenanters attackcdKilinburgh IM'.NINSl'LAU UAILUOAD : }EXPHIXS: (('1\)

In that hour of suffering and great peril His sister-in-law surrounded by her J and 'after this 11 higgnmarescampaign" ; ( Il'd/J.i ISinnrli.) lA-uve" Jacksonville.............lll.'t: .v. M. r\ I
many a good old saying about Christian forgiveness children, sat in a despairing attitude upon the won! was taken up ava h'rl Arrive lnll\II..I'-'.:II.> M. \

and fraternal love came into ;Zebu- the site of her former dwelling, from -whi<'h of reproach and applied to the opponents of Int x11 sol"ill. Arrive 1.\'rlllll.1IlI............. .'<:tl< r. M. *
Ion's! head nut! twinged' his conscience. Hut the waves had but lately retired. 1'1'11tir: the ( 'oust. : \! just as his heart began to melt he thought of your father" Xebulon\ )heard her :say for measures of this: ,'l'ntlr\I\lllli'IIII'I'\ 1I1wlh"rlt.. 7.40.1( M. Ix'iive Haldwin............... lh: >11'. t'1. t I""

thc plcusaiit view from his upper windows lucre the flood swept him (I'IUII1"' : and cessors of the two 'parties" Il''n" klowu Arrive 1.lhlllo II............... :.1" ,\. M. Arrive" Jacksonville ............ '_':.'{."> i-. vi.Passengers I. .
Which his brother's house had obstructed pray also," she addeil to her elder children, as "Conservative's'! and li'l'rll tintxti MiltTII.Ix for Fernandina and Cedar Key I
and he thought of his sister-in-law! and for your mother, for she! was the cause > Haldwin\ P
TIIK comet I is ('o1In Prof. Swift has 'ave> Ihloosa. ( \ M. take this train. No train from to
above all, the day of Lizzie' wedding re- both c>f his death" and of that of your poor !"ighte-d it. It bus a tail whidi, as its: apparent Leave Hawthoriu-..............II. I;.\, M. Cedar( Key on Sunday.
uncle ch mbam.
eurreiljiii his mind and then his heart heI'utlle Arrive Waldo > J'. M.
length tncre-ased tu'o-tiftusIa u fewdajs, .lllltllll..I.l with A. O. &
"Not of mine !" cried ;Xebulon ,stepping Co.vNKetio: : >s.- \ HII.I"II ,
obdurate before.Caspar
as: old will doubt le-ts pro\6 u brilliant apjictidagewhen Trains i from Waldo to IHIC I loo1 111'I rl urnfu'sduty'fhursduy W. I I.T. 1 K., t't tar Key, (iaine-sville i
was still 1110rel11t'noc,' [111 his t'OIlt'll'Ilt'e forward The children, forgetting quarrels \ and I.
the I Saturday.CONNF.CTIONS.
approaches I tllm. t ('lIrl I. I and : North a11d1Vest
flocked around him. .Inil because I wi
1'\'nI1Illll.111 11'Iiltol
and he muttered to himself one prayer \
and ,' for what I is past but, probably lol be' visible to the I1Illhh'tl .l ,( I ; 'il' 11 I'l', .\I"IIY,
after another. The cold\ wall intense ota, sister! I lire "sorry lA-t the kel'll .
in the sky. -l'yel hoys Savannah, niiM points North and West ; ,
c'n'rl11otlll'nt he was more and more be is merciful to you: and! i ternityebulon; Wl.'tl.r The ATI.VMV.
numbed. Suddenly it occurred to him that whom you were regretting/ to bring hack and /girls k'l'l the tir' his Close niade\ at (til., at Jac-ksouville with M. Johns. lliver Steamers. "i.,
writer \llltU.
boy, was t'tll"I.t"Ie J. McELKOY: ,
before stepping'into the boat lie had husband to your arms.: I I North I and
just put your to and \\'t'lt
with, naked the cel
vicinity to sight JII '
stood his ,side\ and tl. eye fr"lllloilltll ,I. DAVIHWIX, MasterTeuuyim. '
a of spirits: into his in case of AS lit' 'I'oke" [ Caspar by \ ) comet. .ith w'nllrl' \ i
\llll'kt.t ,
; need lie felt for it, and \ I t it was, the joyful woman threw an arm ro\\tHlt'lIl'h. (1.raf.11111 hands and I attaches! to N daily.VT :I '('US. ov., .. .Superintendent.JACKSONVILLE. .. i. I

well corked and unbroken He took u. (famous Then said ;Xebulon : Dollond with a four-inch objectglass With Trains for 1':1fI11Il'ohIUh1": On., ., PttOi(' I

f pull at it and his blood uruilatcdmore 'Friends, we have had a ,famous lesson he f'll'I'l'llt. the arc covered by thatJr'at Montgomery/ Mobile and New (1'11'11 ': 1.\1.10.\1.)
freely' and his t.'c'"pnrklt"t.. At the these fcHlr'lt'1I I'a t'i"t! (" /1"I"r; comet's tail and sunee-dcd in
\ rr\ MASTI.K 1
sight of this X-ebulous teeth chatteredworse and had it lasted four \r nnS.\SIIO.: ;
lf uri// J
; poor (- truly, its length some millions miles\, Fi.v. :5 )
'than ever which Caspar perceived, yearn longer we might have found ourselves\ or less, wihll which, him great 'itht.w fork and 1..rtlIIUl.It.IU. February'tis(
lilt !
and unite slowly as though lIe eounted! his reduced to IIllt'jgar'lIl'tnlf. Hut let bygones eclat his 1 ndiool-fellows.ln' The ship Line from New Y" \\'thUoc.llylt On and after Monday, February 2,14..n, t I

words., he said to his brother : be bygones To-morrow we will begin:/ to in the 1111UJ.(: : above mentioned l'ror\va 1.II.: in., and for New York on FI'illlt passenger trains of this road will 1'11 as follows -

"Xebulon. will you take a. }pull ?" build a new dike1. You have no need of a not ( ltl\tltiOI' !' ., the :(. It. m.; 111 Nassau, N. I'., on vi/:
The tailor a face brightened/ at the oiler ; new house. Come and live with meAll enormous"H I length/ of the fierystviteli\ Wlll'l va*('011"ih'rl"l day,; for II onl. N. P., on Wednesday.VithOeoigiaund 1'ASS1Nil'lt'rhtAlN-I': ( I \TP.

his want was: too great, bin: (stubborn. spirit that i is mine I Is yours and your children's.. That comet was! u'grand spectacle. \ FI"rlll Inland Steamboat .. Leave I lm tIahon ...daily at.. 'J00r) M.

wiw broken and u wlilse'redc.4"{ escaped portion of it was at all times ol Ho.from :a\l 11 tU 'Illllay.111:4. Leave l Quiney....... 3"J: I'. at.
from his set teeth. Caspar ( cautiouslyto 1 day, Sunday; for Suvunuali on C.IH( ) '
'rl\t\ 1TJXIS OF 1.1 TEItES1'. the day and night a1>ov<> Ilie. 1101'111, spanning Friday 111 iA'11vt''Ildlahiaswee. r. :i.
the middle of the door his: brother nearly or half the visible heavens. 'lt'I'.lnlr I la\' and Sunday Lc-avo. Monticello( .. 7 1" r. )(. ),
cautiously:; to meet him; for. they dared : qule '; Stc'iime'rs (,SV. John'* and 1 ... X :35 J'. vi.Leave '
be "
MORK than one-half of'the glass used in Thil (' ( to wi I.eaOn.t'l le..... .. .
not nttl'lll\'lto\ I'llUulII', for fear of capsizing \\ may frol0t tWJ'ui,') I'ntm Savannah and CharlestonWcslmsday .. '.! large, but it promises interesting ... .. .. II.
other the United States is: produced in I'itHmrg, Iull"ol. 1 ,
\t." the raft The one offered the flask, the and Sundav ; for Savannah 1111lllrl'I..i ,1. )(.
visitor. From what!
}'('I11\., where over :iNtH, hands are employed' ; reiolt -
he IlIfnilrt'llh' \ ,'.
received it and deep the draught [ "
was nf it it hitswnndercyl : Monday Ill'doa Arrive Savanna!.. !0(5)A. I.
twelve thousand I hundred and ten tons :
Hut with warmth their one space 1'011. ; 1 ; from St.Jltiry's .
took. returning whither will leavesoar t'lIml'r ", daily t1111 Arrivu't'hnuuasvhlle...... .. I rt A. M.
w're1"c'Cl lIa"t1':11' and go
of soda ash during I Wh'l .
old\ \'t'tI. Xebulon back the s'nmi we'kly t and 'from
spite tl'\ gave HI., 11.1 amounted t little solar are qul'tionstvhich ..
the to .112.
he valueof
glassware! nearly
bottle, said "I thank you, and turned his! will arise f\tC'IIjllin not bo answered. ht. Mary's River andings.I ).. : : M.
7,000.000.) may IukI ,
hack uh|>,m Caspar to resume his post at the After science enables us! to see AT IIVIliUIN, .'L.\., Arrive ............. 1:5 I A. at.irriroJaeksonville \
end of the door. :\hR'l'RWillf seen ut Paris on May 10 and only very 11. into the I Immeasurable 1Vilh'frutos! for Live Oak, I. 1:0.II..
For another hour the two men were hurried 11, with the naked eye owing to the transparency expanse 1 of the way lilh't-tfcirnHjic A'tut. Middle and Wt 'lluhu".t'IWIuJpollb Arrive Fernunclina.... ..... : .
along. The MIII .shone brightly and nature of the atmosphere and the great Floriln. Arrive ....... I. ft 04 r. M.
calmed herself after her recent convulsion. elongation of the planet. It had the brightness PROF. JOHN II. "fH.t. the well-known meteorologist AT UHIII.OOSt, VIA., Cuhl1\'Ule' I..... r. M.
Caspar worn out by the fatigue of of a first-class!star and was of a yellowish of St. Louis" Mo., who went to With Steamer ."L'/II! for all Ints: and .rrh'e PAKHENflEU(: TKAIN-WUST HOUND.Leave 13 .
the last few days and nights, could not keephimself } color. The observation was made by MM. Marshtield to investigate the .hC'lllt.UU landings on Orange hake, on arrival of Peninsular ut ft : .
awake, and his head bobbed to and Henry brothers!, at the Paris Observatory.A connected with the storm of Train Jueksuuvihlo.daily" .. I r. )1.I.u .
Ualrn.1 .10 :
Xebulon his brother's and fol V Fernandina A. M.Ixuvv i
fro. saw danger, Louis .
this: time he spoke first. Cu.1part"Caid he, DEPLORABLE: accident hues taken place at telegraphs! : : the ft. along//tl"/jmu' the AT (AIU$VIL.V.FI.A., Ouincsville ."."...... .... t I 02 A. H. I

"lie down and sleep, or you will drown us the Orenoble L.ycee. The professor of chemistry tornado Everywhere i.s of wave of water With) Stage Line for Oca la and 'ltll on Ix-uveCcnlar. Key .. 30 A.. M.
both ; I will keep watch and wake you up was lecturing on salts of mercury, and flowing in the ev\'IUo cloud I -sliuuts. At MondayVcdncsduy and ; >m U-aue. Haldwin ........... I. 7 (Xl r. M.
if anything happen had by his vide n glass full of a mercurial places rr are only' faint traces of Ocala and Tampa Tuesday)', Friday ali Sun Leave. City .. I 40 r. M.Uuvr .

Caspar did not need to be told twice\ but solution. In a moment of distraction he /sOle a a wave ; ut others the debris is curriedup day. Savannah I. 30 r. a.l.vo
let himself fall forward, laid his head upon emptied it, believing he was drinking glass and over olistnictlons (wo or three feet AT CEDAR KKV, ".A., Live Oak......... I.... 2 15 A. M.
his arms and began to snore. Zebulon crept of can tucrft. The unfortunate lecturer died high. Those waves or flowed in With Co.'s Line for Leave Madison ............. I.... 3 51 A. )f.

softly towards him, took off the blanket, almost immediately.} the greatest volume uphill.c"lnt There arc TamllltfallhlJ and Thursday, Leave Urnvile........ I... 4 30 A. M.

which was now dry, and laid it carefullyover TUE Cincinnati Price Current publishes a places where the entire is washed Tamp ., and for Key West Sunday Leave. .,.,... .. .. 6 00 A. M.
Fibrous Arrive'rullahu/iee./ ...... I. 7 00 A. M.
his brother. and U I .
complete report of pork packing' in the West, away by the currents. roots Thursday ut p. tl. H'M\: .
Leave M.IxiuveUuincy
Another hour wore away and Xebulon jwrceived from which it appears the total number of tuf of gross show their Direction to have With the United Staffs and Havana fast Tulluhashe :. ,. %
that their progress because less rapid. hogs, winter packing is G.OoO.OOO, an increaseof been up hill, and what ii significant, from Mal Steamer Admlml for Key West, Havana, ...10 A. ) .
lie looked around him and uttered an exclamation .rxlO,000. The average decrease in weight a1lloint. of the towards the top of c'b on arrival of S|>eciul Trula. every Tuen- Arrive luatahKJ.hl.... .II 3 A, M.OONNECTIOXH.

of heartfelt joy. They had reached is 4 1-5 pounds Net aggregate decrease of hi wh'r comp' was raging at the an'nlol. at 4-'io p. J. 'rlJ Jln\'anlf : .
u place where the stream took ahead to the lard I $.OOO tierces and an Increase' of 103- time expending i its (ort.. No frae-c at 'ba. and KeyVest every Saturday Sj- At Live Oak dally with the Huvannuh! ,
right, and by some accident their raft had 000 barrels of pork. The IIUml11er,mid whiter any point can bo found where they flowed etch train to cfumcst.With Florida and Wt'1ttn ItuJIwuy to and fwm'Knlluh \

got out of the main current and was driving combined how. an increase for the year of down hill. Many level 1llre are swept Steamer Rltrl. for ]>ointft on the \ 111 al \urth'r. lltcfl and f''
through calmer water towards a black line 143,000, the largest year's business recorded. clean of soil. )Leaves, grass, Huwannco lUvcr, Thursdays at ((1 i a. m. Western Cities.
that }looked like u bank. When Zebulon had wrecked buildings and fragments of planks For Inlrlltlt respecting routes, rates, At Lake City doily with the Florida Cen 1
, noticed all this he awoke his. brother. Caw TilE exploration of Sir Wyvill Thompson carried along hy the current and left in its etc-., tl trulluUl'llad to and from Jacksonville M. I I
VA |ar Kit up and stretched himself. "I know made during the recent .scientific voyage of track, arranges themselvei longitudinally to A. O. MuDONKLL: AUIIHthU Palutku, Enterprise-: and Lund- i
} the place" he said. Yon black line is adam her majesty's ship C'hallemjtr around the the current. The following Interesting Cuc (Jeii'l) Ticket and Puss. Agent. St. Johns Uivcr. J

f in front of which we shall find still globe, has demonotratcd that the average I is! vouched for by Oeo. (iilbcrtof this! I) E.: MAxWELL, (t'n'l Shut. 21 At Haldwin daily with the Atlantic, Gulf }i'
water ; if we can but reach it a walk along depth of the ocean was about 2,000 fathoms He and his wife and four chlbdr'n were on a. -- -- _.-.- aid West Jndiu'l'ran"it Railway hand (runt

: its top] will take us! ashore." In their joy at ((12,000 feet), and that depths beyond 4,000 visit l ch miles in the country and the cen F 'ertl"llhll. (UIIe.\.ie., Cedar Key and
this! prospect deliverance they took another fathoms were very rare. In the deepest: abysses tre of tornado panned within five or six: t Tit 'IIO\ with .tCIIC'1 Tampu Key Wc-st undHavana. f i

dram and Caspar gave back the blanket below 3iOO fathoms the soundings revealed yards from where they were. A wave of .
to his brother and continued! to watch an extremely reddish CaY.II'lsrentytht' water, apparently' fifteen fist high, rolled in T :\ IMP110VKMKNT:. COMPANY At ('hattahfHldlC thrcitimcswcekly with
the course" of their raft. dcc-omixisitioii of >' the rear of the |"iint of contact of the cloudspout the People's Line and ('t.utrl Lintllouts to
How {is: it," he exclaimed suddenly, "that and of decomposed organisms. } with the earth. It rolled over themin und frut tulumlll. llufaula; Fort Jaiiu-s,

we advance mi fast and our f'llt't.'I.ltot.'CUli! to TUE total length of the fit. Oothard a "(''Hn1 and was icy told, drenching II ull Ititcr l Ijindings.JMV .
increase, if that be. indeed, a dam?" tUlme them thoroughly." Elegant Sleeping and Parlor Couches.Woodruff .
I, He rose to his (et't. and shading his eyes is U.!' metres, or 112 feet more .rllll.UU., und I.Iu'W Patent, run dally betwciu '
miles. Its width is-iij! oral (
with his hands looked sharply before him. The JI.trt'for t't. THE cullosxal. bronze statute of Victory Towing on 1C. K. Tullahusscv ulII Jacksonville.
undertaking required execution I.hlf.
After gazing thus a few JuolUCuLihiH'Ounte- and hW five ih which stumLt in the lurk, ut Lowell.lWre ac"(}lulk time, sure euue'tiun, perfestEIXIAK
nance fell seven years Jontllfuur all the tomb of the first soldiers that the Avid (' Key. VLIET, !
I less than the flln d.r
s I .. Now we are indeed lost !" he said, in a I hal)years Mont Cents tunnel. tken t1 com rcvolut"l. is a lasting and I I* I ( ,Itt Master_.Trantportatton.fufety. .
lit hollow voice. There Is a break in the dike, anrSIt is one of the first sought/ -- -
5: metres 1H ( ntj(11 '
daily progress was } ,or XOTIt'K OF IX('OIII OH.1TIO.\
and in the that setstowards which
-; we are caught by strangers visiting our .I"ter .
at' number of holes IMJrCI amounted to 32,0 OF THE: FKKNANDINA: ) AND JACKSONVILLE ( U t
the swim elegant
we visit this
ojn'iiing. 1)oyon indeed many purjxise'ly to see .
:, faster each momentondcr foam the and used 4tO,000 ia! kilogrammes: of dyruuuil object of high art. I was abtalmelfnni Offers to Ix-risci-s. and I Purchaser I large :'OU'.S( .
were consumed
'J: furious! waters; we shall drive against the blasting and ;l.G.O loiuU of debris the King of Uavuriu, Dr. J. C. numlH-r of the most eligible and desirable BY Al"CIIn1tITY(1ANAT01"f111: t
t. bank and our destruction It certain" taken 1-50.1. boweU of the to whom His Majesty was t-ciully| griti legislature of thu State of Florida, fitlitleil -
,:-, And so it was. More swiftly than any \ere moun acknowledgment of what his n'uI"ll'are Iosc-s, or for ".\1 ut't to l'r'llt u general} law &>r
stcamlMtat hey hot' along the narrow breath tin. reputed to have done for the suffering tik. thu IUrp"rlhul ads undCunals! ,"
in the dike through' which the water rushed A OKE\T STE.IMFR.-An immense steamer, It was donated by the eliKtor to the City or Hu 11r"al'nc'l', all ul'lnv't1 \ ltd, IN?!, notice i bl ,

:!; with the force of a cataract and against! (the Sahnni, l is now ling built on the Clyde, Lowell as a i 'rran.nt and speaking emblem us required by wild act that"
,rii whose ragged sides the door must Inevitably from which vessel wonderful results are exjiected of the victories both of witijtc-& and art.-ll't'j'trftoicii t'PON EASY: TERMS.IJeral (::oiiiianv "hu.s la-en I lormcsl under the numvf

r l tie dashed to pie'es. MJ far as speed is concerned. She Is ( ,'.) I'rttt.MASONIC. > the FtU.WM'INV .UI J.u'Jvu.L K VILwm -
.. ..". "Three minutes more," groaned ('a."par, intended to make the jiassage from Europe} ( ) Uilunh on Values alhivvol to > ('f ",\)\ to IK- II\.h'l tie"

-r dropping' on his knees like a criminal before to the tnlc.I/tt in six days The new .Tin-re will be regular right, 1"Wt.I privileges, (raudll>1
the block. "Yes, In three minutes all N over." 'c.le}, 'h will exceed in dimension of Amelia I I>11l. :NO.e'ul-47, [urtic-s engagctl in maiiiifucturing or lulu"- (onferretl{ UI"II comiuuiictt funnel I under

Hut Zebulon turned his eyes from the I the} Ail&and the Grim, will he F. iV A. ,on Monday evening, May who will erect. on the property said art for the puriuww of cone true'I inmaintaining /,
broken dike and fixed them on Caspar. of not !lC tons bu"lel, and will :'Ith, at 71 )1. span' Transient brethren trle'utl'r'rlM' und oK-ruting| ,I Hullroud fur t'
4lin)tier," *al l he, in a loud firm tone, l he fitted with engines of* effectivehorse arc invited. to- attend. purchased suluttjiitLil 1 11.nJ\'CJ'Ut} niblie u'e in the ('fIH''UIU'of l' pc-rxons uml

"are we to appear as enemies before the !, }power. From these figures it will be frltcmaly W. F- W. M.Jons 'Ir rt-siilence, or in to ('1.1uc.t their :>n>ii-rty.
judgment-seat:; of loll?" seen that no (ocean-going steam vessel at A. WJUTSKV, Fe I 8O ,'hc'I The muiii line of raid
Then Caspar's heart melted and crying present afloat will U-I able to {' \with __ rttrr. __ JI il'. ilNiut twenty-one inilett in It"IJth wi lt'

"Hrother, forgive me !" he threw hho'l(1filltu the ffahnra. She will have five decks, one of ""f. ii. C. 1)ORYEE, INIU'CKMENTM: : TO 3I.I entstrtu, > .tWC'I la |1"llut .\ .
t Xebulon'M arms. For the first time in which will lie devoted to the'] of a l'J'"ruJ.1m. Julf und West India Transit R ailnmd. in

four years the two men felt their heart glow Irmt'nale. and will be ("{113"""U'11 J.oJt. /j 1 KNEKAL COMMlNSION! MERCHANT, .', by exetuption fur u h'rl of >'l'T from .'abl l'IUty. and the Si. JlmJ River aterr

towards each other with the warmth of ') fin-'Ia."o passengers, and fH taxation, by the several citiend. "lutho city of J.t'kln"lt'.un.1
brotherly love. Tears of JOY and affection between dk., Itf Te"11 consist i of CE.XTEE BT.. SEAE It. l\ PEY. "fer".1 IIJ- ; I Itrl of t.luth' ;
rolled down their weather-l'>eaten (cheeks J>*) men. The f nt of the to uUI Duval. N. HAKIIIMAV
and on the very= 'verge "of death they were XoA/ira will be eutrdtllaUrly of steel, : \. town1'1.1) D. .: }JX\\L.:
happier than they for lon" 1Ia'l been in their and will embody all the Ian.pmvementr. I'' FtH\ASf\A. f.Jl ;lOfie c-or. Ik'udl k 7th *tj., IVntandinu.HMf ('. \ : :.

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TIIK FLORIDA Mill-ton lisp capitalist t,!) in the latter State ; furnace I The !Miceesi' : of the S tutli in its: vcll-earned COLOHUt' CADETS. dozen companion more ; it 111''lft ('Ollle or force or I

...- .. ... .. -. -. -...-- arc successfully! operating, and more beim, reputation for ftatc-smanship the halls OfCongress Nothing could 1 show the insincerity of the tend to force \Ilto 'Ultcl"II are. thereto
UlI1 built, employing a large number" of opera was due to the selection of men recent talk In the eli('1 States Senate relative socially recognize) !! ':
S.I T .l r; M.I t r 8, 1880 than the I would not takeaway front them one of
tlwhn: with thoirfamilies 'rdti readyhoist' : of character and u1ilitwI", hail: obtained to cadets at West foist more nor one of their political I
their pnlitialritrhts
DASHER: TO OUR It A II. market for food production, I the confidence/ of their constituents, and flimsy pretexts by whit Republican. Senators: }privileges, ) that they have ; 'but! W"l'llt con UNto

,,'c would Invite the earnest attention i The! establishment} a Hurcau of Imini. I having been. tried in public, life ami found evaded 1\'VtlJ for Mr. Alli-on's proiositlon' terms of social equality, it i is! a 't'llll'rl'nt

the citizens of this" State, of whatever local! gration by our last, Lexi'Iature: : wu a wis faithful to their trust, hc-nc''furwarllrt''in'lt to require Pre"Ment to appoint two col- thing ami certain'Ol things cannot that enforce the law it cannot,.

measure,111ul, considering. the !small sum appropriatcd the. continued 1 whith. encouragement oral cadets annually Old (iencral; Imrn- There are
ty, to the concluding paragraph: ) nf the artl.! support gave do. It can no more bring about such a state
d le upon Cumberland Sound: published (1'C- has ucrnnlplishlt'I, l good, results I to their efforts!l and produced the side is the only' one who seems to have been of affairs: as gentlemen el-II' than it can,

where In this 1 issue. A recent report mud! Florida i is now being in<|uired, about, nol I; strength which grows: with public service11nd caught; napping, and, In announcing his in change the spots,. ( leopard.: They art'plaetrl I:

only by the, people in other States, but 11I made : in the cadets has undoubtedly 1 there by, the great l l atorot'.111 111-
upon thi"llIIrlltJr" ) l Iy (General;
the Chief of Knginccrs: General; : Wright) dis 'I those: abroad.I :More immigrants) have ('olll'e ( entutivcs conspicuous and influential.j disgusted the army of which he (,'cr.l.till them These are I''Iltl'Jlh'e:4 h)' prejudices the great Creator you

< loses! the foci that, hy the cutting away "f and/ :settled, more homesteads entered, tnori; j The true basis of 1 selection, it seems to u<, was certainty; I :not a brilliant specimen.. of us all and we cannot eradicate them

(the north end of Amelia Hand and the< / ).to'I'rllll1l'lItIatt':; railroad and private i is that upon which we dally' lid in our own I will he 'noted', I that no reply was gheii i to bv law, however stringent you may make

south end nf Cumberland Hand, the entrance I lands sold, during the year, than in the previous I affairs: -to entrust our interests: : to men of Mr. Hereford's challenge : i it'. ______

I to Cumberland: l Sound i I. widening( live years. \\\ have reason to know, !! character' integrity and capacity. There is Sw.: -That, in Ifl.ltiol to the number of SOUT1IE11S KKCKPTIOX1 OF XOltTlWllX -

and the outflow ref water being! distribute; from olliclal ami private correspondence) \ that a latent respect for such' men in the public cadets! at West Ioint IillarIcl'I1'!\ each nowauthorized SLTTLLRS.We .

ft OUT u greater area\ its force I ii diminishciand 1 the coming) year will see n' very I 1-irge immigration I I mind which, gives to their nomination tomoire Year appoint'two' by Ilw r'uh"'dll\ld, 1 ll' 1t'111'lt: large.! tilt in the A'atlon the following seiislble -

its ability to keep open' a channel consequently to our State. When the great advantages moral support] of much: )greater nIlIll' M,: JJrrrfurrl-11: r. President, the trouble letter from t correspondent in :\[ i-iIPi

t decreased. IK TIIK MIOCK-M: \ n' At.I.OWKIJTO .- ; of climate, (health. cheap and fertile ( j thallJolitldllll.. are willing to admit., A that lies IIi the bottom of this matter is that I equally applies to t"lnrilta-ill fact

1 lands" economical government, easy mul straight-forward' good man, esteemed in all this amendment, i is an attempt! to ell a thing I less of antagonism in Florida I to'
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('f' TI?n:, Tin: n ui wiu. nr.i.' I VP I that never be dune is to enforce by V probably

/v, MOl WI wtLL. .1-ttUTH'Af.l.Y' ,IIIVK: No IIUUIOI cheap access, early production\ of vegetable' I t the relations of private life, honorable! faithful \ legislation, ('al slcialequality.J the Northern immigrant if it exists to any

4 { AT AM. j i and Miialt fruits, the certain profit of growing I and'I just, commands: I the respect of all purl Now, what are the facts: ? One Senator, great degree\ anywhere. which we doubt.

We are convinced( that this i i- a calamity I ; semi-tropical) fruits: and added to thN I tie, and i i""< most' scrviretlhlee/nulidntelorhi+ the other cIl on the opposite side, of Iowa the We have no doubt that more than half of

the usual\ (cereal! crops of the North and the word( lie not be what i is called ( ae whuli, :so great that IIl1littlcit'alou"il'': will :; may popular [ ] that Ii! "" was, to the orange groves in State are by

be hushed, and\ that the whole :State will feel I special staple Southern crops) of cane, cotton ; he may not bo "n. hall fellow well met," or afford, (to,i pn"rVllittaker th.I'I"'IIOIIIII1: : orth'r settler ; they are one with u< in all

p outraged if Congress fails to take 1lll'IoCllrItt I I rice and 1.11:11'1'0'IlItl'h'tlll': / American a "good f'lnw." urn pliable, 1111, or one eager or, more, somebody to "" our material interests and are among our

t ) l prevent it. ( lur Senators\ and Rcprc.scn- \\1'1111'1 foreignerwillnothesitatc1 tonukeunew I to :seek popularity, ; but there i is a latent that I believe 1 school., (, The]Representative.State of Mas I achu:!" in I i-ttsluis lower, most, valued citizens :

tatives are wild to l be at work to obtain aiappropriation. I home here. The recent arrival, by a power In good men's characters which will branch of le\'I'1 Congress; l'OJl'"I'Ityhl', Il has. To, the KiHluf( nf The Xntvtn :

,r,;, \ If :a I (Government fort, erect t- I rtuo'n steam-hip at New (Orleans) of Nil) build up and strengthen the party or the 1)rnnght to 1In'lcn'II'a't'10! :i I the Sin: A correspondent- of the -/1. writing

c"lnt! great expense. allowed to be destroyod immigrants;: : is i sin indication! that tilt youth people who are wise enough to make.thl'l wane! is II \ ,Maine, NewHampshire. from Springfield, Ma*., ) ::!t j. 1 lS"o.,
i is beard I of. and tho tide of Vermont. Rhode: Nlund. "The cold or hostile: I
i '; and one of the only two harbors\ till the being immktrd-; their candidate The friends h of so-called necticut. New York Minnesota I all :Michi says : and the rll'I'phtl.1rtllrl overbearin-

! Atlantic coast: : of i Florida, : available forrom lion will How not all North ami We.. "'e popular IIII make many: promises nf votes gan. TheV all have their representativesthere spirit' of I the immigrant nutter class' toward their 1 former' :

mcrcial purposes 1 N lost t to m: it will :show' hope to chronicle! the arrival, (In the near: i'' which they cannot l'lHr told there is a who Live hl'l'l uptoiutcd| by Republican slaves have kept up :an irritation" hl'tWl'l'1

"I that (Congress) decides not by' the justness( future/ steamships+ with !immigrants' + to aFlorida wide variance Il'tWl'(1 the promise and, the I Representatives{\' I i I Congress. To Illustrate that- the North and Noutlt.Vhiile the 1 I' what I mean: : Thl y young men is somewhat (' toward
1 11'nt
and urgency of a demand but' by the politi- port. performance, but I good man always t-l.: IWH'111'l1 ''thl'rl from the State of Massaclnlscttsrefuserlslnittlequality 111\llilntol us latitude'! ami evincesa

ll l cal power of the.section where the wrong tibe 11ICKN O.V iltA\T.. iudepen.1cmtsnPpurt.. ; they refuseto sentiment of t fairness, yet m the forcgoiii>!
r'llrc"-Ie1llllar: happen to l'xl-t The question for 1 convention I to determine associate with colored personon terms of extract the author labors under a grave mis
It was an irrepressible"' necessity that tin < the fill theldaet equality. :Strike at thl'l if \01 want to take. l'1< for thisState.itis "
wiU'he : (
When 111,1Mllagl' done
by delay ,
: II'ial1'
hlulllll'il 'Ull.latc \ HII'IIkin"
declare by \', (
ReverendViIliain: Watkins flicks should, / f'Il',1till' l'vi'; if01 :1 a fact: not that Northern
it is i very well to talk about thedilFerenlturtle. bring himself Into notice in connection with n/lvantago to the State? 1 N hefaithful ell it, that i an act of il lhortl\lltion.\ citizens seeking; home among us have met

{ .*, neither of them wishing, to bo re- capable and honest, and does he Do not strike at the )head of the school ;, ( with n cordial :reception. I dare say not a i

\ a sponsible' appropriations ; but when (;icucral (rant! with the undoubted, sense at'tli8t stand t favorably>' in public l'1
I kind of gratitude) which con 1 for l'Iliticall'fli.\'f, any man, or set of men, 'Iulltl' party gentlemen say there i is blame; they say theyullug \ ll'l'ple to Northern
lively 1 sense\ of favors to come. The Ilev.Mr. I'ho\\1 a nervous got
I postpone necessary aetiuh,11i.1 by so doingcunsC ) Jllla'llhtukl which Inlkl'lthll'l its ground ) men at West Point refuse to associatewith immigrants to locate and live with us

damage to the material Interests, present Illcks, whose "splemlid campaign| of!Ill'tnn. the ('OIOrl'ell'lIlll'tc who nr.sent there Whenever a Northern comes'in our
speeches" in the rural districts of New York law then, declaring an act of
IIODIO ) and
pass I
midst with view to
' and prospective" of any portion of the 1 buying property)
' are recalled( with pleasure, we fancy, will receive TI11; COLOR LIXI.It ::. insubordination, if .'"el choose, against ,, settling here he Is not only treated with.
I, country, and an absolute loss of the nation'sproperty intlu- which I should vote, Rut if there be uniform kindness, but coaxed ami persuaded
t honor and exercise ) "
more more -
stems' that this miMi talked-of line Is there that is the trouble. '
they Incur n fur greater iresitonslhility trouble : to remain. Whenever one makes investments t.
r', 4 and ono for which they will not be once In reconciling his recalcitrant nntl- being 1 drawn much' more sharply than ever young 1I'1 frontlassuehusetts that are sent here and becomes a citizen he N treated
third term brethren in New York than inhelping there refuse to be the as"'I'illh'c of the colored
before, and by the who in the with marked civility, without refl'rl'
able .to excuse Ihelll rl\'l'I.! Wp nre not asking very Inl' cadets who are sent there.

Congress to give us: marble buildings: In ) the colored worshippers: of Hl'lIl.rnlUront past made the most noisy complaints. The The Senator fr\l lem'l, 1 believe it was, the his' 'political North. I antecedents could refer while to instances 1 residentof in
J ( to vote for him. ,
Whittaker trial bus developed the fact that or some other Senator on that "side of the
,f which to sell postage stamps, or to clear tho point where such new-comers were
A woman at Oalncsvillc:! with u Chamber, said", that what he desired was to rcdt.
there in the behavior of the of
lent of but little short
rocks out of u trout stream ; WP ii them to 1:1Hllff'rl'U'e attelltlonl 11(
: at lord to Whittaker. )((1'.
shocking unconsciousness of her blasphemy: ) (companionship tion. As' to man's politics we have no
i Mive from destruction the lined harbor, on I Northern or Southern cadet; the people of President, you cannot(do that by law. You 1 ,
called General ,(Orunt her "Jesus but the fear in this country, if he is honest intelligent
; Hartford refuse to allow colored i itolice- of Massachusetts Int
.f k this coast, of a State larger in territory even cannot compel the young ll'l If he
; or more especially hnl prop
t' than New York, the whole'' of which vast ulmost equally Irreverent and !less excusableMr. Il'n ; and h.t),, the colored Hl'puhl'un:of any mere than you can compel the erty at stake. The universal law of moral
1 Hicks: uses this" ", hot'killIUllguagc, and from any other State, by law, toslci.1lly
/ young 1(1 those
\ Chatham Ga. have issued call for
will later be producing those county, a grlvltution-et-prt'lil'r'utiIJ-unltl'
?, area sooner or those of u different (
of what he calls "the uIIUI.'I':4ln the recognize 'olo I classes in this .
speaking :
t convention excluding Ihelt" and at the :
exportable materials which we depend a You liar by law give black 'political
11'1111 In I is Northern
South, of General Grunt: I11-t: place Is I only one aspect a man
says { time that their white rights-uud that is right I Hie
same : : go ,
for bringing foreign gold into this country. complaining gl'ltCIU1 !shunned and hated down here, and that I is
l lower than that of the liberator there but cannot confer law
only great -
hretlieren In tho Atlanta convention had you ,
he In of !
"'Olto not come to them : beg- wh1 comes quest lslitical ottugc
and social
himself! the righteous Lord and Christ !I" ; lodlll'liunlty privileges( th'white.
drawn the color aligns the against
:. : ; gen. Not one cent has been spent in the lne IhYUUl men from Massachusetts Markpulaton'
i 'I I and again speaks of General Grunt as the from the If ]> )!!: white man
The white highestto : Connecticut, Vermont and Maine 'I Improvement nf this,harbor. Nor can they Hepuhlmnl rl'fl1 ,
t who this vile vocation I hated inureheartily
from this fitting and providential occasion. It is always the lowest jn the social scale, refuse afliliation as' has been charged here on this known
than the bird of
I'lcl\ll1gnnrom'c. Delegates: : place passage ass
.iIot.' painful to see' the sense of reverence and re- with colored people and these, in floor, on terms of equality with the colored ,
and from other points of the State have there? Tliey but sentiment carpet-bagger.
.f-- ligion violated by but it is Inexcus rl1ell'tl speak We understood North. We have
any are ( endured
their turn, exclude from the sweet communion -
tj' been before them to tell them of the solicitude of the people of their own Itltl; they but
I able in n professed minister of the gOIJIO'I-l that more than many of your most Intelligent
of political debate all tho colorless the sentiments of parents
show them the people speak ,
and to
f of our people, to Ile 1lle can believe, and with fortitude
irreverence Ids retired them. two I was in thec'ih'lf
teaching: by example.With Ayearor ago
of Chatham !I11'hat
of the county ami forbearance that one day be universally
ll. commercial necessity Improvement, Iloston, and going over the wi r,
un eye, however, to the possibilitythat that HOl'tol admitted.
1 is this country coming to? Springfieldforresitomlent
while olllciuls of the highest rank and greatest Common I saw two parties playing bull or your
General Grunt may not, after all, receivethe tho (colored of Hartford cannot bo.tnisted engaged In some other plays in ilitterrnt portions ) vevn what we 'have) seen and
( reputation in the department of wit-nee, 1''lle felt what we have felt, he would have marveled
nomination Iter. Hicks he "I Is not of the of
Hays to u line to their posts, or common, one thl'l composed
to which this subject belongs' Inform them, Inrdl of whites and the other of blacks mixture i at our submission, ho would havesaid
blind the im 111'1\ xmited -no -
) to >ortnncc Itcpuhliean
| tell small to out of the when
to boys get that
way we were "pigeon-livcred, and lacked
t of the damage which is being caused by tto4' there. I drew the attention of my (com
party and does not favor forcing, or is about, to to make oppression bitter." Those days
Republican procession
a who with that gul
askedto was walking me on
Uy denying the mini they are IUIOlsre
attenqtiiigtot force Grunt t on iliilruttfnlandlUrnlcil now happily! past It i is to be hoped they
) \II ( that apple-women or, i>oor wilg occasion to the fact. The two races did not
this they "would thevrrti- never Northern .
appropriate year jiivjilr, whose'Iecturalvotesatterall, and fur )play together. Yon cannot force themtodn 'fl men trearm'
mangled by
tally f'i\\ inhab taut of this Cuiilit are properly run over ly in to' come and (cast I h
mutt: decide, (the i issue. niture and butcher carts I This really indicates ours. want their capital and enterpri'eYour
two ami UI l'-\aJr\! mills, or t\\\ >) and.a. halftcnthH it i Is nonsense J for the I'nltol 01he other
( This tense to blowing littlf hot and a should make ( Is also in errror
a !state of "hil which si(1eof the Chamber to say that can done. correspondent \hl'l
of' '. We doubt if the gratitude "
OXK ( ::'ir
f little cold. Mr. Hicks, with his, usual ossuruncu those ,'ll have families' ,or arc,about. to have They do m\t\ recognize 'i themselves, and bespeaks: of the'nverhearing'siIirit of the
cVoked, by this saving Svill gain a single .". and will there if not Senator that side of tho toaster class to the nJri. While in :someInstances
says of Gruutithut; ho van; them around for a place of retreat. I $
'ilok this I is the
t {\Vh.lre1l"'lolll1l{ scut'and hardly! an electoral ChumU-r-we might us well talk plainly no
I f Statq carry Floridauml; should, by proper>> eflbrts-= that 1 not the woe.t. The professionalpolitician about this who will rise and say that he is rule; Ineld.I, it is tiel(1oni'so. A: largejnortion -
$ 'vote. On the-othcrhund in where Jut :
I' which of 'Ol1l':4l' will be made-tarry threeor : ; is leased by'negroes.. They
( : known us 'the; earhetiiuggerhcwlin willing:for his daughter to marry u person lllll.
1 the ''parties arc so evenly bulunotid' as> in are tenants, ( m' to suit themselveswith
t 11 of not If there beono uIII 'llt\'ntctli
four other Southern, States (I need tJIIlIIe in the days when colored jieoplehud African cl.t'nt ; one. i
"/ t'luthitiiT CAS..WAUCELY lIE rVLLtaiptPiwiENT 1 ask him his seat to-day and announce fr'c'llt'ml. The law gives
them. ) It }would' ho ditllcult probably h ( to took them with such tmule' a prior lien fot These
TO'DKLIBKU: \ixiVRyl.yvi"ww, } TIK: of' 't-frt;, : 'I!wc the flt, Why not? liecuuso- of aprejudice } relt tenant* buy supplies -
? = to name them, anttliapropereffrtsisratherti'j ( ;} ,ostentatiously! I 'luin ul(1t his that has been implanted, right or from the merchant, who hus"a lien by

", PKOPKKTY, OF THOIUVXIM OK ITK CITIZK.YH.. Wl. ( iierahllf! 'TI/e bath w of some of hi rox- readiness to.share their fortunes M wrong; and if he will not do that'give ureason law. TholJhtllo'lbcnI1, improvident, the
I 1: for ft,' Tunuti/ a the' reason. If all negro : : 'value: of his crop
ions islletyghiynctdri I : :hes, uysvhc): that not only 1011 '
pre[ : gone before he Rath tml' be said ,
is said The'lal
Jl"lIIGnA7'LOy. free'andcqual
t : meunt'1IrclIltrly-ho men ore lHr as ( by III
will enforce the law he will uecnhl thp will '' he the laborer whom the f
get employs
1 are.nrrlviiig\ Jllled ; away, ; 11lacb '. ('ouh the Senator from Massachusetts' to the extent planter
1 Day, by.duy.sU-umships) of the'' nation'ft.1exprcshM'' In the 'nrgitnle, saute fat;:.FcdeYuJ J appointment.) and leltLt 1)11' he would have us believe, why Is: he not money wages or portion ')ihter6p. In
to their utpucitywltlt; immigrants' from Kn-: law'T1ll114'' we' who tire willing for his to "a colored many instances the planter will not indulge
all Ucjmbllcans daughter marry
: : !: colored friend to fight: misfortune alone, him in
order that he have something rat
seeking new horucn I lit the United man ? He allow it If he mav
i ask We ui4t'lteinI11111 this until doom deg when he reassembled them for a brief while, t, wuu1lnut reason for it cCullrnnt the end os the "rar Then every farthingof
fltutes.; The ItMO will jmiibubly show a nnjl : '
year troy or God deliver us., Thfc L't\v'hat we believe once to"nuike'nso, of their votes( docs reason that actuates him in that respect it goes during Christmas. His poverty i i"

t larger foreign; Immigration[ than, ,iwy previous \ Grant means-not to betheinstrument not l0r t u event: he: poor flattery of pretended actuates t the young cadets from Massachusettswhen often construed by Northern men as the re-
( year.In, 1854 tho number rose, to 8-0-: (doom they,refuse to dwell on terms of social 5 tlt of oppression.. Many of our,most intelligent .
of u destroying but of, a delivering social No darkey
) and ,
I (>00 ;' in 18.)1,'the i'anlc year, tho number fell equality. Intl'lK'nt (equality with the r\1orel cadets who are sent impartial people recognize tl
ri i God. :At any: rate, dear friend, count could have gone North at any tme without to West Toint. fact that the nll'f) can never be a factor
until 1801 when
off largely I ; increased again ,
on Florida," (and remember, "". WutkinsHicks. iliscoyering this: for himself. Curry it out to its: legitimate consequences. the progress, prosiwrity, and success of theSwtll
our ciyil( war it almost.wholly; after ; therefore ther 'perfectly willing
.) The wonder is that it has taken fifteenyears If you want to euut'terms of social equality are
the war the tide slowly set In again, increasing upon the ) men who are at West for him to depart I ami I try his fortunes eNe-
for them to eliscoverthat the Northern 'ounl where and ( [ \ andthrifty
Point, enforce 'our own a ,
until the great financial crisis of 1873, PUBJEIC BEXTIXEXT.An famie(carry )1 l'r'eindnstrfou"
I \ n-ople[ never meant to give them 111.lull'Cunl-) it out to iU legitimate logical There white llpu place.
which again reduced immigration: to ,u few esteemeil contemitorary has lately One thing the himself find to be
As this comes tu IHS! recognized_ the i is where she trouble is. You Ir asking the U'1 wi t
thousands, not,, increasing/ much until the conslderc'd: the question of the reasralswhich; : sty young men at West Point to 111 that which true, that go where he will he, 'i never find
beginning of tho j resent year'when u siul- Should actuate the nomination of candidates negro will become a more independent you wi not do yourselves. Why do you in this, wide world a white face indulgentto
and will, of course, IKS more sought after, not in your various States? You do his faults and foibles, who will so kindly :
glen which from and emphasizes the >int thatadlie tentiriijht -
increase"ixmimcnced, present : jM and pardon his
:' c shall have the professional politicians: of not it. Public sentiment will not allow o\lrlook manhnmofJltil'
will swell the:numbers to lit reference to libleC'ffllllidf."tll \ eel and ni the .
appearances, ueul, or HTOHIJ, lHJ. him that ,rou do it, jetty vi't ru '
to '
nearly half million..- IJesidcsthis: trans- \ mutt Ixt well u'eiijlifil' Jty vIIi uootiartliuyCrluYirliu4. both parties-trying Icr.u01u Colored men have u tight to sit tiixni this: down South in Dixie. 1''. U;, n.
are the true friends Illh the same West Ma*., Ai>rll 0. 1S80.
they floor. The law it to them. have Pilt
lantic immigration It- is: estimated that .V),. U -iWaaro .n' They
way and with the same amount of truth asMessrs. (he right to sit on the floor of the'otherHouse. -
t 000\ Canadians" will cross the line and transfer not. ready to ucitnle to this, dogma: COULIX and SHOUT clamored and The1 law gives it to them These are "I 1Ie't'r seen the buds come out ut

i their home and allegiance to (this coiin- is a practical ground of action. The prop- the friend great imlitiral rights ; but when "Cl to nu htud n. I 1 Lord Beaconsfleld, the
for the U-ing C'1l
l i try 'leer' \s nut! H\I.>'. mV.rcased; but 1u1.proved Litton carriinl out to its logical conclusions: fought reputation elf ir c social equality! by law, ) (1 cannot other day, and this year 1 hall witness" the
% \ i uf I.ITU NEIL, Hut l beneath all of this lo it, and every time there \i5 a struggle made sight I for which I have so longed. The
immigration: instead; of tho luininc- stems to bo thut *, >ii/"rV.of i )po.s: >ilile candi-
;, ;j ; 1, cynical self-possession which
will fail to l'HI
Hummcry' the black II'HIle not to tlo it, is to the diadvantage of the colired t-nahll'
a htrickcu1wulersaIid11wvery inxiriwho were lates should In the basis tif c1t'Ctillll. 11'uthink learn' that the truest friend i is the one whose 'i. AS I read in tlnj hiaJ'r this morin the ex-Premier, to rind-or }pretend to tiud-

sentt'rsoughtuur shores, a great: 'majority experience has proved that this is avery the marshal of this Ih.trc't"ahl. "I. in the sight of the swelling hUll full solace)
does not commence with tho lie and i compensation for the of his im.perial .
friendship visit would let us will
well-to-do unsafe well uncertain, principle 81011
of the immigrants" \ ,
i : present as ot'IIiII equality upon his lips; that the one tight the'battle of life the whites do.' He plans f''Uthe sentiment expres.edby
fanters'wlio,'' have more or .less capital, uf Lele't'tiuu, The elements of popularity, us he; readiest to forgive their faults i is the one said Let \" alone," a ami if they will (only' the I uman ), who also met u sudden

.skilled ,workmen who seek homes: where ug- hings now are, tend more unit more toward tell of them' Ilt the colored men ulone,audnutlieeternallybringing dll''k in the midst of an ambitious career.
auto manufacturing 's letter the use of 'methods IIl1lt less upon intrin- who has th.I manliness to thl'l ; this question up in this Chamber t Wll'i Cicero entered the forum to defend
rieulturo i llaq mil that the hand ready to help in the charge of .
11.t andelsewheretheconflict I het ween the two premeditated muriler t'
t than abroad. The immigration now andheretofore sit nu-rits. A few zealous i arti>;ins who in sickness or misfortune is the same which, in -aces will naturally ul>Mdc. But this thing in slaying Clodiu-s;, he quailed before the t

had sought! the Grout West t. induced he press und UII the street will persMentlyIttlm patted the dusky rinp up and ktlJ up the conflict all the rumor and ('UIt of a tunmltUOui and wIt <

and directed thereby the very liberal |popularity for their candidates, u few infancy, affectionately) \ hue. That is the reason why you (cannot mob, hikstile to the l'US ho was to plead, '

i by the Western States, of land precinct or county meetings manpulate! l to cheek of Its Mack nurse" \ 'nforce these terms of sot.lid t'Iluaiity at We-t "tuiumered through a hurried broken Hpccfh, I
exitendituro lost his
Point, nor can you do an"wher else. case, heard Inte1'C of l.aubh- 1
grant railroad and immigration( bureaus, ,11U.1 cnupllnlenlarn'snlntions, will create TIIK revival of business activity is having trike at the root'of tht'vi i i' 'you tt.'ir. j meat pronounced UIKJII his client ]Hl'tumin -

the publication and distribution of pamphlets in apparent i opularity which is not liu iserl! u fu"ruLlt effect upon the tnUI' of the The officer in t'lluan.1 \( P* iut {j home the great orator. then fully awan'I

: In English and foreign languages"' and upon t-harateror any real position. Again, national government: and from t0 blame, nor is anyltody el to blame. CIIlreat op|>ortunity he had hat through
'ible ascertain und internal l revenue are increasing There is a reason why the young cadets timidity bt down anal wrote the Ipl len.lid I 1
t > I
of active home agents it U ditHcult, if nut imj) CU"tUII ,
the appointment oration "Pro Milone and "
Unit a large surplus (rom Massachusetts and I Maine anti other sent it to 31ilo.
There I Ii how. he real ntiment in roganl/ to any s> r lilly; i".uutdpat'Cl then exile )[ .a.afortunate
resident agents abroad. now, public current fiscal year. \ States wi not associate with colored cu- un at aii "I esteem myself
1 fair prospect that the Southern States man who has not been In public life for enterprising, iiui urta- lets are the of ReiHiUicaniepresentatives wrote )1o.II reply, "tha't so _
a 1)lointC' '
ever receive irtion of the present, and a !u>me considerable length of time, and with 111"flluuel, rapidly, notwithstanding ; much all I .onvincing a kjietvh \>lot actually' deliv- ,
will o p .. that the thl' nstr suing iiltUl'llV of a high pnitevtive take it, the sons of Republicans. They refute cacti in the forum, cl:I should not be now '1
in future *. Already u con- regard tothu e it generally happens enjoying the delicious of this "
large quota year ; and wants of our to rt'IPliz social equality there. Uy mulet. place. J
fciderable number have settled Virginia opinion: of u minority run I* given much .tarit' give nUItfIUl employment to nianyforeign his you are trying, a* viie of;

where: farming and mineral more expression for or against than f is: ..bainetl rl t"ISlll'l workmen, us well us all energetic the Senators said/to make Wittaker a comlanion JOR\C PBEW'M book tore 1 the oldest in J

and putt' Alabama have been, j,ua-ha-d, largely by Kng-: from the Massive| majority. i home artb ails, tht'r What go will UI' l .'lorJ. See his card in another column

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CVMHE11L.IXD SOVM ''In your report to the President of 1st December ,I Itself, and well-suited) to ;the object:t il;View. The fleet them would dominate. till the .\tl"tlu"l"i specially; invited: to that part

1'1"Tllih Stafc..Iill tlieharborof- last, you: advert to (the nm-s+!' ol' li I has tillrl'I'1 feet of water on the bar at ceut south of Sal itnllah. of r.latlli" the great I Incrinscof
hcrland! Sound a li' 'tiff(' ttinn, Fort( (Clitic! ,) nll'ltn particularly to the defences Otll' I :uII twenty at high water : a convenient Thus the harbor: of (Cumberland Sound, width of to the harbor hv
built since lull and owns 111 crmncctii southern of the of the south end of Cumberland;
l 11'1ol' Irlil'l h for all the ns null incidental) circumstances, l'roill
with! its :site :several; hundred'' acres of heat'1 coast, :11,1 suggest: an III\r"l'rlalill'}1\, + Oi for; the"i.I :;. tiavy, h'll propelled h'In' screws: 'or II'sidowhocN II'tll.iill II11I11rOlh'. Tho circumstancethnt Island, mind the north end of Amelia Island,
with more than a mile nl'w'ttcr front It'dsuited 1 coininciicemeiit of nnd the for >ecial works for tin
I'l l'I;: tolcorgia. : ratola'" "second-class il11n11,1\ I is 111' llth of the hnrbors whic-h necessity sj
for wharling. and at economical 0,1. <' The Military: Committee of Ihl'I I under : titrallld'tiose rated as "lirstclasssteam i be utilized-that, its entrance can bo protection of Fort Clinch, now in danger 1)t'unllenninerl
.I.t has, therefore, at this point, all the inn; louse"' of Ucprc-ctitatlws n-imrted, I bill I! sloops.! which arc I 1 byscrews covered'al by batteries the shore'-nnd being unless the 1Ial for the I''
ary1lilrtnl natnlhltrrnlilzlhal facilities:\ mn. I comprising 'ttrvllil I, grant : which bill, however I '"l 11 most of the Inlll'I.t propolled ;- that i is already\ fort i 1111, gives It 1'I'u1\r general improvement of the bar should heauthorized -
and 11I.I\a7.11I1. was n+ + up. In the meantimethis I hv thr :side-wheels when: light; and in present, comparative; I by Col: ).rl'':<. Should the 1 1l plan I
of stores, under protection militarv: fort; ,. 1lhl'\requested that a military stmey "ny all the) and charteredsteamer 1lnllh''I'' propose-d he carried out, the special works )!" '
tication. misiht ht' ulali, et' the outlet I of (11ill'l'rl'III) ; : of newly-purchased\ with the ex- To give i its }hi *\Ihl''qlltl' a dipthnt lroh'llol will probably be \\II''! nn'. :
The history! : )belonging( to till! erection i nt1114 f Sound, with i view to the early: ''; I e-cption.. iH-rhapH.1'\1'1'\ : of one or two of the very 1'llrIII': of twenty-six\ or tWI'II\-lLht l'l'il'lollr. )your obedient servant '
fortification and the .. information : ; Ii. : militarv occupi\ \ I necessary:\ to a prntt'rselet'liill( largest of the toh'alll'hl'l This I is fortunately
tams Cumberland ;Sound, eonimeiu-es \\'ilh 1 of iII'} I now )bring the subject 1rwII'I' 1111'1ll'kl I'rh' cost, and more practle-able tIt any Chief of /':",/. 1ri nnd Hit. MHJ. He/. .1
the liiNt adoption\ of system: of defense.; I.Lral with the 1'I'OIIIII.1lli'll! that the I Ii Ih'I'1,1:11,1\ "' are perfectly convenient t for III ,' harbor I'l I the :lltHrl 1'II.t. Tht.ill'rO'I'lllt lion At.KXAXi'K.n. : HUI'\
A board: of engineers was organized) 1 i iISHI ill i Mini of.onooho:! I l>kl,1 i fr the commence the } and gunboats+ 1,11'" the which this military Seivrtnrynf! M ifr.
;, and, continued existence" uji\ to I 14to 111'1or/ a work in such :site on the coast of IlIII"11: ordinary 1I"I'dlllt:<'4'I" utility j is needed, and, would he jut-tihleiI ,
which was specially\ assigned" the duty ifprcpnring Georgia a* III President mav select pureha-od or chartered for freight. Tho e\cn by the ordinary Interests of ('nllllllt I't'e.'l'herenrespm'Itlrt'uIMinstbrsuch SflSVKY OK KXTKVXCi: it'1.t II.ltl SeifM'
l a general system ht'tkti'n-e: fir ( K.\, I J",.. ., :id; :Srs.: '';th (1\11!.!. ) main ship 11:111111\11' :t Mary's "lr into \ : improvement. Ft.outnv san \,
the seaboard. It made pei-sonal examimi .\Lrall, in Hlj.: (lieiieral; ToU,:", in his an I'unu not 111'd. i is by \'\ln:1 STATKS EXIUXKKK: : (OKFICK.
lions of l'n.thnl''or' on the whole} eoaexcejitingoniy ;I<.t nualreportIxitee.2I'tSt< \] : ...._:Ih ( 'II ?) Ih means tortuous or Itl'htl;' ; i i 1'I..i' If the policy whill located PIt ('111,11 NKW: Tutu, .\\1111. lUfo.
( : / a few in East Klorilaitcessible ) '. says : "I I 111g I'atl renew the application\ defined by }buoys, IIIIIH range-, by 111':11: ; (' l t'11''I I.. a naval' !tlliOI (l IKXKHM: : The net of (' ullron,1III'h
to sea-going: vc''eN.\ While th' |I made : I" appropriation for tho beacons, fenders the passage of tlie bar itself I supplies! \ ami rendezvous, and as n refuge lot ) !a, 1870,'" a survey to .
board, was thus employed\ settling' the gol'l-! commencement 11Ii 11'1 on the coa,t of soeun'. stets of commerce, was in the tint Instance of the 1'111'111': ( (C'\lllhl'rliil Sound.
end principles of ,defence and st''I"'lill\ \\'II.i.\ (Jioorgia; on the '+hll'lt shall ilh'd.I 111 of the bar there i is an unlimited ex 1 w No 1i111''t1"u111! ( there i is no n>a- Florida and CI'"liI; : ," Tho duty of making
lions its number arguinented, by the I 11 i\t met the Wall support' III vourpredecessor ot '' -wauur accommodation' : and also son to t : ,) then it will be this 1lr"I'WII" assigned to 11',11.1111' sum
addition of otliccr of the; navy-general!,' \ and was reported Slili- ale protection ..f1110Ih'lh'r before; reaching wise, 1tW, to do what may: bo 'uecosstny lei of jS'.M'iiH:: ) was 11nll'II for tI,; purpose.Mr. .
two ]pest captains! : Thihu.tFd' \ni.. comprise; !' I tare Committee lt' I the Senate, hut not acted I II the land-locked basins.'I maintain and clfeeluate that piker (te-orgo lal1l'llr.1) : }hyunigruphicsurveyor
otlicers! of high! rank in tln-cnrp-1 ,,1'1'11' oil by COJIMIVSS.! : : 'I (' :anchorage in Amelia Uivcr: }possesses At /the date ,,111'4 !(1'lldiol' naval) IrdI".c' of long \'url"II'XIIIICII'I', 11'asai'-
gincors, togeth'er with (;entrap Uarnanl.: during I In 101 (tciicral Tottcn's annual report the( quiet( and) safety: of an cndo-cd dock.Uepnrs tare was illll'nrl.r .t tipof' IkVlOIIHIIt I 1'I.,1: to Mis re
the thirteen or fourteen seals he wait I ((1.\. ,,. ::!, M, >".., -.Nth Cong.) "',lmLllus'I 1: of all kinds may be curried on without and the 1'11 I t'll" of (the (; ,I which is herewith trI"'llltl.I." afford--
this country. j the follinviiigsc-etioii; tho same; lhj" t : I the ftarat'accident, arising from motionof were different. Iot.' (that the work 11111"/1.1/ to him. i
This account; of the hoard\ i j.. dori\cd iron 11'1 I tho wltl'r. The tonnage of ships} 11"11111'1 whh.l which was in a great II'UIr' restricts I tntlie
your Film: : IXTI\NCK: TO CTMIIKU"The : .' ;i < oWe oXevcde-d live
the annual: report of the; :-:Secp-tarv WarolDecember ; I.E' Ti > 0 < I at that date: scarcely tl collc-c'tion of such spe-clul} 111,11'111101 n.
}) 1, 111. I i.1\a sitI'xn, ,;n"I.I: 1. nro careful to :mid makimr! thi communication : 11\111',11111:1, reaches now to six and eight would hate some' elin-ct bearing upon the

The board made its lift \ '''I't in Executive has repeatedly approved( I unnecessarily long hy entering I 11":1\1" 111>. Tho draught} ni'thcw'ressets project forthu' improvement of tlie "bar at the
gI'II"I'tI'q !1 the ivi-oiiimi-ndation from this of lice lor the of ''rlndin'l' with 1111'1 : wldfh then seldom) oxere-dcd 1III.t'II' intranee; into Cumberland: Soundsubmittedon I
IM": !, (To bo f.mncl Kx.: I II"I.:. II. I,1.I/ No.1V : IPOIII'Olll'i"OI .
1 ;!, 1 1st :Sevs.: : )liith!!) Cong.) commencement of a new fort; on the coast ofrotirgla region toa"t--suet. as fnl'I'1fl'l'l., now' re-aches \" 11,1t tlie :Bill; Juno, IS"!>. 11:1I'I'IIIII'Ij"It.\
The !system they recommended\ in that report ( and successive: Military ('ni11111ttt''e"I'i' \Urunswick; 1 for example, which i now ,\- w"llr-1' perfonncil.Attenlion. .
I the lloii Ue have railroad 1v'ithS.r1.8nmah, anti being :and effort at i is Imitod to two signilietintfacts
described: I "e of : |>resciitaii\i-s "1't'I"'rtt'dI'u'itrublvaDit tl'd.II by Enlarged II'III'"I'II'I" 1'1'01111'
ale following
themselves ill
1 was terms"Tin" by ill"IIII" of<< defence for- :; '.\ '\ry line survey more in the interior, is less healthy : or &t 1. of cost in tl"'l I'OI'Ilill, has caused (.. brought into rather :-tal'l prominence .

the seaboard, of the 1'nitcd 1 1tal.:: ..... con.titutimr recently completed 1all ollicer of topogr.ipliicid \ John's elttrauui'e.'a whit'llfins an insuperable change The Mississippi) Uivcr./ which 'is 1 by this examination, viz. : '
cn.ninoci.-i. of III mouth of tint St.Mary's : objection' In its bar: : but wo taketo great artery ofh'III'olll"I'I', that theft" 1st. That the width of the entrance into
a system, may he clas-od as follows : Uivcr./ ul''Ilhlbt'1'hnil'ttlitlil, K/nlirms pains\ say that such comparisons have nllitl.llit its entrance not, more than: four- nt the narrowest I
; C''I1I'I'I:1Il11 point
First, second fortification third.interior 1
11II'r : : i Iuu t"h, entertained lr that I ll hi", 1 formed a largt-part of our",1111"II l tho wholesubject. t tl"'l tn"I'\ feet, now admits t a u Ity- t'l' \nlrlI\1 11,1I"la I" )
communicationsby: I I "'lalld11.1:\ l water,::.1 the tl', outliJin harbor irti I the l i,1'.t of 1 \"l' have: not !', and i \ i\ hat The* standard i depth; I ntentrance t' I'lw"l'l' t'nvi i 1.i4N 'l'\ I'I' survey ofIHIU 1 \
and wl.II"I''all! : '
fourth army and t
:feed I militia., a regular; ( icorgiii. /< ,'. -> niir ,.f the unl'i'xt: nml un.tirtrl'f5xilli' "-:< of Fcrnnndina as I de1adurtfr and rVqiiirc-d( therefore, in I hI'h'lr' I : 1 by, Cnpt. J. 1 tl'ky. Corps 1 of Tope,
: ThlI' are three or li'l'of the harbors, naval station without( attaching a meaning refuge, to Ii t' useful as such, I Is changed 'hl' raphi'cil\ )': ) fe-e't !'IiHI' thesrtr.vey ,
"Thenavy trust! bo provided with snlleestahli"hnlt'nts tflhl'1'111 State, which all' among the hat"tnnthuetjtuttucrn to the wlr,1, ships\ engaged in the pelf commerce and In ot IChH''r"the Unite-el tIII'! COI.I i
construction' and
: for ri'h'obrns SF, IHTO.W.t'nntiiin the the being :
:! coast: both as regards depth general commerce 1'1 country, Survc'y.lid. Jw
of reiiilrsi'oiiii/ and purl* of ivfittjt: : ; all of anchorage; und all ; U.S.nni! I'n-siilent.1 the Illhllr tt 11' I for : That; ne-e-ompauying this increase of
lflt. lt ilr'II.I.h\th
-1'l'III'l'II\' defendeit) I oftutrl\I'I'llt .
by regulartroops I [
: fortijienti'nut:
; besealed J.n.lUU'XAltD I ; ,' of it.
t ; t, bo afforded, corivspondingly I'III,1h'llh and' most JKl.I in consequence \
anil militia, and !supplied with men\ nl t: \ 1'11 1h. '
! up fun' ounown. and against'nnenemy lhrjnl''ft .s' Kiinhierrt, Member. humus been a 11'111' to one tinda
and 1 materials by the lines of interCOauuanttatiu11o Unto, :< we aro probably"to begin A i). 1\111') ;:, ( an-hitecture of naval I vessels ho.* half feet in u"t'fnllh'l'th( In the bar d'1' ,

t with one only, I have to. recommend the one .ttjierideadrut/ tf. f*. (\"',-'I/Irl/, '('. changed, too ; monitors and large )lrllI'r nel, old In many places shoaling;\ the bar.Thebar I ,
The proposed'systcm: *if fortifications was above1 mentioned.r "' (', Ii. n.\ steamers, which for powerful nuu I I Ihl'I" ) 'to have Im-reased in utmmiludo \ 1
:separated, into four classes, in the order ofnecessity It (I"rlla", that, in two of the harbors (hllII'I' l.8.'n' Member' nnd ,VThere 'rll./< i ;guns must he llrll' and deep, havtaken to nplI'IIN ( '
of construction. The first class alluded, to, there may be u ruttier greatertlcpth the 1Ialonf Inillntl;\ and frigate1.- I It l lie apprehended\ not only (that thisdeterioration
comprised, the forts for IO"1I1111.f"II I' of the thal on the burs of Cumberland harbor could not have h"11 a 1101'1 signal II'Wil'. eif the bar if left to itself will

large/ cities-N'ew York I'hiladelphia, etc. ; hit the hen i/iiinl riitfiniee* iu, C.Ciltll the \IIlltol of the discretion with which the To elfectuate, then, the Irlgilll111'\ '\' nf be a permanent one, but that i InY\1;\ tie,
Tho second da** comprised roadsteads) such and, us naval covered) sta loiter, intlfjieiiilen'nf ni' third for ,1,11,1 tn- : h1'r had, selected the )poin the War (Department, \ 'Ollht hiubecome Increasing It'steps mire not ''nkl'l to arrest I.
important Imrlioff srli, the ]irojrii: ity alt' the burs t't the I/l"I', the for fortification.Cumberland necessary, namely, ndeeperentranct' Although;\ most of this enlargement "
tions. In this class 1fort in CuolierlmnlSound harbor :Sound is distant from to the harbor used. the
geograpnioal position: of the : together HI""I- width luny taken place on C"hlrlnl111lnn
(noarSt.: Mary's, (hi.,) was: comprised' ; with other considerations, require, in myopinion tll Roads about six hundred ( It so happens that ale location first fe'l"'cl i ""h.n marked clump' is I perceptible ,
and no other on thlAtIIth :south of Sa that the 111.fl'I'Il! be now pll'I'II:< from Cape Canaveral n little more than onehundred by tnoVur" )Department ia capable or on Amelia Island, where the shore) line has lr
vannah. above indicated."Excepting miles. being;\ improved to the increased depth now been fore-cd back to such extent flint thecounterscarp -
In the general observations on the coastharliors : \ the harbor of St. AI I..tll. The fort f is II'ntl'lulHI the Island of required, namely)', tWI1t lx totwllt-l'ljht well of 'or Clinch formerly
south of:Savannah; the rqtort 1I1)'uktInil which will admit only the smallest: lt Amelia, in fnl'il'w of (the "11'1 nt'I'II, w' feet, (or l'VI1 to thirty ) thrtyIwhllh Homo hundreds of f'ct} from highwatermark :

follows : vessels and 1'h'III'J: and which 1 Is 111'1(1)'l that all 1 lu""ln\;\' \IHI) lelt l yet (ole to he ,) tll11rh' Is now washed every high tide Indeed I,
"South of Ossuhuu Sound on the coast of \ defended I. thin "1 our not gout der observation as the teiemenix'allows. 11); and that It U i also the only It seem highlv probable that the fort
(Jeorgia;\ are-1st.: St. ('atharinostiuundat "Ir.cile\ to t'r.c"d.ofrnr, nut if the iicnret IIt.t 'flueentranceorbarIswitiinetfa'. .1 the Southern e-oast which is I reliable of Itself will soon neeI toll protected} against f {
the mouth of 1tei1'ay{ River ; 2d, Sapelo; great elllu" n Sound ; ::1(d 1, Debt y Inlet ; 4th Alt mnaha tIl Gulf of ; It Ulp11:1111: 11 can pass the (ort 1111'r its east short or :some (equivalent device. : I
Sound, nt the mouth of the great river of the lit n common retort Of' crninern, IlrrlMI just ,. guns. That it is the only harbor l'upnI1. (suethulproveuul'nt "pur.jttl'l wurki1'tnMI1"n be effective on the i!
same: name ; .r th, St. Simons Sound, at thelIIollth there this trade of tI tinlfjmsne Wt/l errs rftrictetl *-- lI1lntely] )passing the bar there !I"111ImUI1 at a cost (lunly ', up- Cumberland Island not only In preventing I.
of liuilalo Creek ; Wh, St. Amlrew's "Ii. A ) jmrt lhl vicinity; of deep water, unbroken }'I'1: from the fllt thltthlll tt'efm the further changes, hut in reclaiming I'th.
Sound, at the united mouths of '('lIalUtl will ; Ilf'/cll' '" 1 by shoals!; 111,11 protected from wilt:. shore! to tho outer St submerged beach and restoring the former I
Santillarivers; iwid ClIlIlbl'rl:1I1I1I'ItmnI1' refuye to our commerce, nnd n!n jtoint '!pl"loj The anchorage is I jK'rfectlv luld- mil Simon's is about six miles, nt Port UO11 shore line -
$ at the mouth of the St. Mary's Uivcr. All rule rind refrethoir.nt to our I/UI erultert, and the holding ground excellent. about h'1 miles, while at Femandinu it 1 Is: Hy these menus the enlarged entrance( into j
these communications with the ocean are if we take timely measures to secure this en Upon the extensive tract of land ownet only about one and three-quarter miles. Cumberland bo contracted to its
highly important in reference the Interior jO.Yllntf it ourselves; we, by the same thereby the United States there are tine sites (Cumberland Sound, thereftlre,15 l the hnrbor former Inun.1 may cost, probably, not ('x. i r
navigation ; and several of them us affording ; IItHI111 by such only, prevent the enemy' for sture-louses, work-shops, wharves and which best nleetsthet'unditiuns rcquiroc ;\ tn $11)0,000.( ) '
;\ net-em: to excellent harbor,*. The latter from applying i it to similar uses. Holding a docks The bay 1 is not subject to influence for u naval supply und rendezvous, and o( l'l'I'llhl$1)(1)JwHmlh, hlw\'r. ns this contraction t N i'
Cumberland Sound i ) is known 1 tobo thispart from freshets, nail gale winds cannot materially .
especially: ( 'fortified harbor ut the two extremities : h refuge.It not especially 1 desirable or imH>rfant in
q navigable;\ by the largest sloops of war of the coast, ( umJI'rllt! and Savannah raise the water in it, because of (tin Is 1 the furthest South of unv u\'uluhll Itself: nnd Is not demanded for nny reasons /
and merchantmen\ ; and two or three of the ,) wo make it very hIZrlll"" for an etlcctive Ilthtol: along the coast, north and hurbor.'nml nearest tho Straits of J'lnrllln'. Independent of its relations: to the nnvhntlon i
;( othl'nlare believed to he little, if at all Inferior enemy to attempt any lodgment in the in- south, with which tho harbor l'III\nl. Its (ntrt1I'c is capable'' of 111'nwI.uIIttl of tho outer bar; and probably be '

regards depth of bur or safety 01'111l'Ilorlge. \ !tyiicd'uijiijiif| \ ,; jvothat, ye.thu( $, h)'. / cates. the highest naval') rr .,. ,"I' fug\ the extremities, measurably defend tfll'whole ( The fort being located upon an blIIII tit ate eot.. of flint'nnvlglltfnu hv means II'n indr of i ft I r
41 :Some oi'these Inlets are prainily' easily contour; and this remark applies: to all times! Ilrf'.t' lallbrlll". There arc 11 It I Is the only Southern harlior where Innsfromm Jetties he authorized by (' It Is i-on- I ',
defensible by forU ; others may require the interior water communication )I'rll alluvial .in the bay. the shore can effectively cover the 1'lul. sldered that, in tho Ih:< 1111'1':1. know-! 1
floating defenses: ; and some' possibly, the with the( coast, us wcli" that % .The .wutr.sullll.'l by the St. )(arr'I \\! of l.'ltrah('. edge of what Congressional I'I'I action may'be \ IV
u>eofboth these means."The o r 0 \'e kllW that during\' the Uiver, J \'eli1t access, I for It lit (capable of support| from every 'direc tlkl'lln tli ypreniise-s'; n nquest for'an up- ij
4, principle' which we have before last wur.jCllhcrlalll'olU.1'II\ seized b I voyage e uses 1 is of unsurpassed. excellence. I tion.. pmil ,for works lesigmilnjeclnlly' to
adverted ns governing\ ;\, In a measure, the the 1'I'Ih: 11,1 hl'IIIllril th\r p1eI"" ) I has kept g defensive' system of the whole southern bo hoped Congress authorizethe i between Kloridu and fcitropo. The follow- for sea Voyngi's.! \ the existing thrlut'lt i)
i-ou"t, N enforced; in rilatiun'to this: particular commencement of the work without delay ing'stulcmcnts 'upon this.jntint are introduce ( I hats a, salubrious climnte. : he nt h-n.'t'premntuh1. tll"lurIH"wnM
it part by two weighty considerations! : of which tlie plan, and a tl'alh'l.C't, \ ') the abundant supply ofvhule! 1 is (convenient point for )iomo rendezv6tn It In 1 shown by tho, recent, snrveythnt the
r. namely : its remoteness from the nearest mute are ready) to lIe submitted. snore water, with good qualities, the! South Atlantic: fllu 111rll\\ and average;\ depth' 'of\ water oli'the\ site )jA-opiised
a naval rcixlcffva&fcithc X'hctapi-tleef, which is: The deiu111uieut.t'nally'snel'lVNh41 in se is a very, material item in thu conditions re, for dcfcnceoflululImerce. ro the jetties In the plan $nutititttMIJuuepttlti7ll
on a main lino miles distant, and leeward, curing the assent of Congress to its persistent quircd.for. u uiaypstrcttdezvotts ; : lt'w.pnuit' ) ialiy a very1 Inlortnnt| par'M ;\f fncreaseel to some extent *-ineethechnrt -

both 04 t', win") aril current t and. ils.bejiy: M'oJlendaliul; mind nt (this "tIUI an apt'propriution I FniXANitiK'A, FLA.. March. 29 t. I HO. the ( ( of tho Gulf of ( ( nsi.l to( the [1'11'11111 of tutu i-stl-
('III upon the larboard, hand as tlll''Itt...' was made to commence the 1tlif ISonht I'\riifitnlnti h : Ulllf'JIl
of of tiO'tiC
the Atlantic, of the great concourse ;of vessels work since which time large slant has beenexpended Trtdl of1 nturk'' wih' A 'If'flllly tc) < will lsv< t attire
; ; : lltplvlng ) iiutfon| 1 i tnlnt' 'wltk4 fltwh
Florida ChT.y\U
I'aco1throu'h the : your ; \
passing: ut all :< \ ;
than the ? The'jettIt"nay
uMll.Itt' l'IUII'o'frotth1IAnHr :
'UIIh.t\l. tn'Any' ,- that been counectwl \f"ln u'I."tlh In'hl.jllh
clvutyul,' >l'Ui ee.'r44r4''lmt-4i41': ; WttVf" It wilc 11'1'1 purpose: +entertained with hl'C the'('Iumtont- flalnp thin port II the I'\ enemy blockade ; 111wtvlr, 11 '.locatttl (that their ngjrrcgutotontenN -
\ of vesselshere
the coast, from the concentration' the mouth of the
hy thl \1I'IIIHI| for1 Hv( Itrdll.IJ'ho'llroh.t. will not exrt'eet'thc' voliimeulMufwhidi .
Is hi great need of protection! of. some' 1)11\rI1UIIt.111} 'U cttpiuityof 'inspector uf'fItnm' of the' null thefoniierestimnteHOf( .st -
Congri-s.s'wnsnn l > 11)'lct, .
>e nronnicted Wt.
Y sort' naval aid ran be extended trt it1 only harbor for lu11'II'II' ali. furii. yeiirsfrorft'ltfl'tn! in varions 11711ilul 'with the1 ')'t'n/u\,11 or (Cumberland' abhse .'' ( i 4< -f I .
with difficulty, und nt the risk of l being cuttiff supplies, und as :< refuge, for vessels ofcommerce | capacities the two most adjacent harbor* Ott'tte 'very'rtucct! ) ltd by f1 obl.
u. lfe shipping Intcrettts of this since ; and ) yenir 1lh funt.
) .
1i ''
from all retreat by // I"ir mainland. ami'Tortuxas; being -
a mllrr enemy"Accurate ut the ettrenust'iuiblt''un' (111-J being thrown' into with the Key West ; : 'fJ 'A. ) :.
und minute whila will Southern Atlantic coast, where other neceisary masters of all vessels: arriving' l'ontMt Ferriandi- sepanitcd 1 from. the 1IIIIIuIII/tull} not' be Lured &tb!. (f Knit,; IMi M. ,<),ftI'\ U.. .(..f.HrIKw. ,
enable vessels whether anenemy rt' it'll '
our "
IlVCU conditions were suitable. upon.With m; of
nu I am prepared to state that the water WIIUt
or, hy Hr,1 of \ tt the The selection of Cumberland I Sound as the the; 'St. Miiry'H River is considennl by nil : summit deep'water; the two ext cmesnfthe It OIIJ ol Kuytuieed, ''H.I.'I" :
of ; .
danger the navigation, these Southern coiist linens Hampton Hoads .
11 point bc inoctinx the thephry its
ruiuirvmtuts.of} who have used to remarkable for
hurhur uijd\ nglerly arranged defenses ate to. was made after u t'IIIII.'le survey by i HCH.1,1'It n-mnins pmreand and Cnmlcrland, the mltAry'II'IIIntll ,\PncTI l: IhKIYU.Lfr't), Who Ii" ntu-
wnen to 1B'thlj rl""lll''at In uttalnexl.
thltu urrh'tl. Neeni the Department of Engineers. which U ( at a } trn lwrtiultuf.thu
],cn"able. It w wcjrtby yf r'lark. besides, The fitness' of the TII"rIhi'ul Ilhlir.llh't'IVllimll'll l"alhf1I1 jnur with longt'stvyug's other wafer, 'There has uri-ien at this mo'hient a' special teftory'writr) lUrhw II private letter :
that on these harbors the operation WI" rarely case any ".11),1 or-caiion( attention 'to the Ciuo-
being upon the first occusion for Ir.II\'t "We have bad a' rigorous winter, lastingiroih
1\lllllorll'd this coast. \ ''
of h1'I'tnthe;\ coast, and wutlhlg of military neccwity.In 'lu"lIH'.tllly; ,\p. KIKO. l crlunrl ) l is (found( by a rtvent the luft'r.rt of''Uetoher until past the
the great 'UI1ef6 \ ( Veil, jiending the late the JRY survey that there has been since lrift I2 very middle ( .' nt a time the
Florii lull, would lie a difficult und haza/d- Secretary of the Navy | I\'il.tnlid. ST. )r\UY'-fh", )lrli 2',1850.i extensive ('rOiuJ of tho souh end of Cumberland thermometer never \t'k,(rll. hut It dhlone t
011 to an enemy on whose part no |*T- lion of n'uutklhlc ull"ilh'l in naval, \\'us, for u { ) captain ofntcamer.UArk'.and '.lall. and ulM to u less extent ut day rl1wl fifty-one 1llnw. ot' course
sevcruncc or skill clull avail to maintain nuttulinterrtgtlsl und civil employment for the 11.ll'- furnished water to all vessels the north end of Arneiin. 1 JI"uul. rl.tW..1 the thermometer never told us I
hlu'kallt or to avoid the oc- litry.II' suitable hurltor for naval rendezvous leaving Fernundlna and Ht. Mary's for which islands the waters of Cumberland that, it was resting HUmt that time, [Referring
('aionalthilwl''k of'hjj.vriiu ; ,while |u und 1 supply. They made the following Northern und foreign;\ j Iwtrts: und the caj' Sound past. Itcsulting from this the harbor ., to tho fact thl mrrciirv freezes ut
Iurt vessels of war ulllri- report : tains, without ex(' 'ptln.ltale that the water Is MitlVring( deterioration, and .'/r Clinch- is about :39.-Ki: >.] six week 'we wen-
it would at all times be i I Jl'LY .")TII, IW1.lion. Li the iK-xt they ul'll. u. it I is not endangerctl.LETTCIl ,. w bout mail. on account of the heavy now
safe. I (lull-on H'rlle.: liable to decay, as Illtutt'r does when' -- w that mmpletcly blockaded the rlu.l) Wehad
Secretaries of \\'Ir. Cats an.ll'oin".t. expressed SIR: We have the honor to inform you kept for any length of time. rHOU THE MU.RETAKV or WAlt, storm un.r storm, .,.h'IL' you in theKu
in their rejmrts " to that the is unftreuce, in compliance with your J. ItKilAKOrfOX.Thu the "t never driiimcd of, and (1\-
('heel'of Rsmyigirrrr
the plan of defense themextremeof communicated ( ,lu- wire Traniinittlny ITIII' &' Yet the weather t Is glurioltsi J .\
: I I wishes, through 'aptaiu harbor 1 U connected by rail und tlateil litlk intlnnt, of )
the Atlantic l'l't. (l"lt. has had mule ciflshik'ruym! | that part with the whll.railway and Iclegruphio HV"- of Lieut. Jttl If. .1. (I Im'nt'l, l copy rjuof' I"onr. inning air that inaken it 1\\'lulur to
The remarkably able reprt'tf the board I I of your letter .f il.tnltloJi of iM-ciipying tor of the Unl.1 State. It U c: nt'tC1by report t.nijineen, tnrveij of jlll/r thl to Ivt in \vuther wo ""Ib ,
of l'lint'r. of which ( ;.lcrl Tot ten wa* two or more i oints on the Atlantic coast ; inland )pib rommuuicated/' <> Cyijrres.s )in Fcrnandmu I iH-ing particularly mentiom-l as .nol'larl'ttu on the north, und with tho with river 'I"ttl"4, Jl/l. oingslmrt ilistum-cs. Of course this refertoouiit -
II.i.t'l& anee
D .'>th Cong.) contain-s similar recommendations It "C\IL. Il l iirdisjifinalile: that there transit by to tips, and as in the former rl.'IIr."luI'I.| the should exist I convenient c'Ktl deMit| "1 tie'Suuthcnt (Aslar Key, atFonling great facility in the exchange ll'ASnINOTIIN (:rrr, Aprtl2), Mi. loons i after the manner of the Indians, 1111"
fortification ut l'ulht'rlalil : extremity of the line of AtlaiUii- and transfer of forecn and aupplic falo overcoatu) fur and gloves or fur miltens. -
to be constructed before any other 1.1 the blockade ; and it Atlantic i-oa-t south of Savannah.In that if were cmcrgejicy transmit to tht (' 't'I'I. tt letter timwwere wearable, and iMxits made of bill-

his annual re|">rt of Hetllt'r 1, 1 1, I I it mj thL''JIlclut), only Iuiailly a. 'Illt.1 flrl'H.I. It it cituaUil ut the northern edge\ of the front tho 'blef of Knginocrs: of .of the Lieut.lthnstunt Palo rutl with the fur inside were hue only
In-fore referreil >II'ki i ., but a.4 u II'p.t| for provision> and common trude-winiLs, and thus has fair Willti. t'u\'rh,1 cups rcjiort trtlclcrifor |Hihly kt',111. the feet warm ,
tot '
1' ing of the1 employment N''rttar'ml:JoII'tr."T\I *1 1ii i i store, u. of refuge, und u* U piling und ooming, (cullttl Mjhlier'ii whIL.,) 'ol. (I. Ulhwl., Corps of Kngineer I I Jltti set'ond tltlght) make au excel-
' protecting the 1' Jmtrl'ial on the general rendezvous or IlwI'luartlr. for that tl tll We t lulwludHuuth America. l'| on \1"1) a lur\'c\ (utrm't. to C'lll.r. t'll. us rauln IlkM Plllartd'l'l II l I
made In
southern <'tast, says: Their use, however part of tie olast. : ( olulald.r )(aur raid, lnl the Mound, 'lori.I the river(''fllunl'l'wih W/r 1 topted howlvtr. u"
will greatly aided by the of defended We )' in our mind.* the two enterprises in I letter written In l<'': "JJ ;t twtfn Ftrlandina rtllrt'l'ntl"f lid the majority.) At pri-nt-nt writing (CBf'I.
1 iM>ints near ut hald ex.ten', 1\I.r which Ilurtt'Iurh' military c.'I'lltilu.' and und the West mules, l*>th going uc Ilf Martha: loj". lUM'KY, iMthj, the Missouri Inr U tutionury. .<
the vowels could rendezvous, lUll which I IIU cx.|>editi priiK ial| ; ta ( wlih and cominx, Fernandinu u luw fur the m<"tI AtKX. War. four fvct thick !Ul u. clear at a crystal.
the lathe of naval n tut wimU. Fcrnandimt und ffetretiiry hough in Miiiiimerthe ) is thommlliiht -
would at the same time protect harllf .tai"lulent 1 part I UtW1 the U. ,V. Iur
for the service of our injlitury and commercial 'itromoting the etiUiency of the IdockHiU 11 South .\Itr 'n I.r., from the Amazon T/.t J'll.i of &iulte. river, without exm ever saw.: vi
marine.: "''An appropriation of $.-IIUII We shall have the honor to prcM-nt plans for the (>n>noc'', the winIAlrcIIMi"F'winds cvfour fivt thick! and in tho Hast an im-
for the commencement) of I work at the both cxjicijitiom ; but wo will begin with TIle und distance are all' II favor of Ktrlundinu Ornce or UNITED TiE Cuiicr: or Exmitxxzas:. )11'IIUlj lee r.llle.f u.tlit.I 4yi'eiittartd..
und ximilar the that we think to und from all ports of the Span- rUTIIU&
mouth of Cumberland u Iater.I'rtIi.II huwenr. |
hum for a work at or &UI'1 outlet of St. thtlu .hou'l"e ('ududto .imulta. ill Main, euat. of the III'11 of the )lagla- WASIIIM.TOS. 1. % .\I'rl Ihw). The 'wr l. Mirror, publUhoI at Ff manilia -
with the of [ has out tljhtage weekly.t
To an an
Simon'* Sound, (these' being the best neously.Ktniandiiut. em*. lu. : (comply r'lulr'Jtltl come |
I bor on that l'art of the coa-t within hUf:, Is{ by iU |..ition, obviously Tie fact. and the facilities for IIJlC. tit and act of March 3, Jjl I U under thi "Utr management of)Ir.I. .
State of Ch ) .would, iu, this point of the luont tCirLlu pint for a place Hf deMit and fur gust water it Ilubrty tho honor to subunit herewith u ".py oft ( It, new hajK) the JHf*
view be IJr 1 >edient." UUIWCrUX tine end of the line, to greater proximity to the trLilj report t this uttice from Jcut. Col. t l. A. rue U one of lie largest jwjfM In the Stale,
Inthe annual exj report of the Chief Engineer. ,Hampton Itlb a the other. la lditioitto tround of that duet iuak M Ir\or\t IJt |.. Ciim'lrt. Ur' of (:IJhl a survey, and under Its pit-went aM management it
General Totten. in 11:2.: under the heuVerul ion for the home 'lu.ltvu\( the txiuth Iwl" ht tirtun. of tit entrance It* rill prove to he 1 most useful adtlition tolbe
"works on the cou t of Ueorgb," he aye : other advanta. is* attuoot {xxuliar toG .Atlantic \lron. 'umberland ouut.UtJlla Iut ytrf .'Iora

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TOKEXS.Behold to England: ?" The lady consented, and Sir country was highly cultivated, at is shown! 1 1l HOYT i

n flash of \yings John readily promised to take charge of the by! the mined hacjendai' and overgrown I SANBOJRN & ,

Along the sunny' track- .fewWh\ JI this favorable reply was made fields that! testify of the industry of by-gone ;'''

Front scented !'!southern troves known to the gentleman who asked the generations in t tI"| ,', The bird arc coining hack ; favor, he hesitated", for a moment, and then rnltivateil I the Iamroathenopal'lhe

A hit of I summer rod said : "Since: Sir John I is so kind, I am nl. (which gave drink and clothing) and maguey orange : AND RETAIL

Glows nn the robin's breast, most tempted to ask him if he would willingly *. The !l1I ar-tIll' was also: planted. ami

The blue-birl! warbles sweet take charge of the lady herself< incase as far back im 1757 some thirtv-two sugar CHANDLERS

Of green leaves and n nest. she should want to take refuge in F Eng nulls were in operation at dons! point( though) GROCERS SHIP ,

land\ I have no doubt he would gladly dos these t probably) small. Numerous dis-! / .

Behold a mist of blue ," replied Sir:; John's friend "I will ask tlll'rlen're,", also! operated, producing agnadicnte. AM) PKVLE11S IN

Along/ the posture bleak, him h.iiight.lfien\ this second re'lue't : Tobacco I : too. was a staple, product' .ItI ", ,*
As if the sky had sto"lH>d reached Sir John's ears' he began; these made Cordova famous and rich but *" ?" ?" ? 4, *,__ft *

c To kiss' the earth's,! rough cheek some inkling of the truth, especially' as the. the city' was! spoiled, in war, and, i is now;only I HAY I I I I CORN I I I I r OATS I I IIIHC'K I I I WMK I ETC. I

The silver streams arc clasped\ gentlemiumtvliotvasanxbouyahoittlie t t welfareof beginning;! ; Minder the !stimulus of the railroad 1 t,--.I I r rr I I.--'" .--. I/,--* *>>

; With ribbons of soft green, this mysterious lady and her jewels, was to redeem! \ itself The coilec\ haciendas.

1 And in the 'sun wo seeThe none other than a Chamberlain} of the Em line the roadside. TIll'hash, i is'" usually small., ---

c rose'n( silken sheen., .press Of course< he consented to take chargeof !not over six or eight; feet high) and '"pread1IIj .

the lady; and ho )pledged his word as anEnglish out like barberry hush: The berry' i 1-1: A LARGE STUCK OP FUH ITl'Jm ALWAYS ON HAND.

The trees awake and stir : gentleman that no harm should, scattered' over it. having; n reddish tint, 2.19-ty! t

k J Through nil the branches' bare, come to her. This was in the evening; and sometimes juite light.) It is picked of thin -

;' ; And sigh at the embrace the yacht was to leave at early dawn. At. color, and ripened l to j its' familiar brown by

F .: Of tIC! weet amorous air ; about midnight! small party' (composed of exposure I on mats. You see it spread' nut in ARLINGTON NURSERIES.

And little tlmrou' flowers, two ladies and two gentlemen! came onboard the door yards, for this: is its harvest time
,( .. Whose' lives' arc pale and fleet, and one lady, throwing back her vail! The sun is: too hot for the coffee tree, and so .

Feel the new influence and revealing in the full moonlight one of they! lout bananas and I other taller and --
And blossom at their feet the most! beautiful faces ever given to mortal thick \l.unel '
r : trees among it to shade it from TltOPIC.'ALuml SE1II: -Tltt/l'I.tL FRUIT TREES: : ROSES: IH.t IH-
said sadly and sweetly : he direct It
rays. wants< beat, but not light.

i Oh The miracle sunbeam<< of Spring: smites: 1 I the rook ; the"I am the Empress.of 1 put myself! under The Mexican colfcc is among the best< in the ior.Sn mi IVIII: : <;HII\: : SlIlurns and n, the British and
protection : flag under world, the best! Colimn berry at the west
Life bursts its icy bomb the care of an English gentleman! 1"" coast
: selling as high) as a dollar and a half
the --
Obedient! to shock Sir John bowed s knee. pound. It I I'l'r' strong; and then

; The Call trumpets to the silent of the dead air The following morning, when people' rose served up with two-thirds hot milk, if you NEW: .AM CHOICE]: VARIETIES Unfilled Orange Trees MADE[ ) : A SPECIALTY.
to throng the beach, the yacht: was standing are not acclimated. As you become: so'the

\ And spirits everywhere boldly out to I'CU.-' Whitehall Review.IxsEeriVonorH proportion' of milk disappears<, until it i is
Arise in white and red. \ --
tt:; well-nigh all
coffee. But the cafli' always
boyS'boyS <
< Binns. No, he he
,!' A F. Rlltt8. person' < ,
,..', ,t -- ever so sordid, but is in some way sensible to hot bring/ two pots' one of coffee, one of ,,1:))" cl1d for Descriptive' Catalogue..
milk, and pour at your 1'1<-llllllrl'. Here, IIIIHYKLL;
the charms of nature, and among the charmsof AM1I.KT I. ,
': MISCELLANEA. too, one of Dr. Holmes'' of the
}proofs millenninm -
life the of birds and the
country )presence ,
is satisfactorily settled JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
: 1 tf ,
delights derived from their songs', are among .. ._ _._ ,
Ecorxn's LAST DAY IN PARIS.-When, When what we for that drink -
the should pay we ---- -- ---- --- -- - --- --

on that memorable fourth of September, the care most to be without popular.them Hardly, and anyone yet the damage From juice, of grape to Ice-bean( ," it. ]1. III:NIEiSON, O. S. OAKE.S,
mob forced Its into the Palais Bourbon
way tumult it they sometimes do i is so provoking that it Is AT the Nashville Centennial, Nelson Merry -
:and quelled legal opposition by /CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, J
became evident to the Ministers of the no wonder at times: people grow but of patience a chloral: man, was one of the si>eakers.! IIANtiF'AC'TUIiN(1 AXD FURNISHING

Crown that all\ was lost, and that the with them, tl is very hard in these He said "he was pleased to participate, in MASVFACTURE8MOULDINGS

next thing was to insure personal safety cases to discuss the bird question! l+properly suck! celebration as they had that( day wit IM) IU TAKF.K ,

of the Kmprcss. At two the PrincessClothilda and thus we read in various "transactionsof nessed.! No one of a hundred years ago) was BRACKETS SAWED AND] > _V
(the most contradictory opinions in regard there to witness! such grand ,
( : came to !say' good-bye to her cou- a spectacle us FIFTH :ST., FERNANDINA, FLA. TURNED BALUSTERS, NEWELS,
Iinhe was leaving Paris the following day. to the value of birds. In !some quarters people they had witnessed, and none now there WOOD EAVES-
From time to time the gallant General Mfllinct arc praying for birds,and petition the leg would be at the next C'lltl'lIninll'l'lehrution. ,SHEATHING

\ I came to ask his Imperial mistress if it i islatures for laws to protect and encourage He had been !spared, to live in Nashville", half TROUGHS WEATHERBOARDING: ,
r. were not best to repel by force the mob that them; on the other hand these people are regarded of the hundred( years they were celebrating. t FLOOR

was already surging at the gates of the as mere sentimentalists,and "fire coldbrimstone' But he desired to ask-what of the future?

I Palace The Empress expressly very forbade is voted as the true deserts of what He had received: an invitation to assist: in ING.

any the other regard as feathered pets. The truth the inauguration of the Centennial Day. All
violence to be used. At 3W: M, I'ictri opened' ; Stair and Church: WorkA
the door and said in a low, earnest voice : about birds lies midway between these two those who had anything to do with it had

Madame have only just time." 'Makeexclaimed extremes That they live for nine months in treated him and those of his race with the SPECIALTY.;

.' haste, Madame, you, make haste" at the year on insects i*clear of birds: as a general most cordial consideration. All had turned

the mime moment Prince Mettcrnieh( and the thln There arc a few }perhaps which live out together, without regard; to race or pre- DOORS: AND WINDOW FRAMESOF

f, \ Chevalier Nigru, who had been watching wholly on seeds and fruit, but none of these vious!' condition.: They were getting nearerto ALL SIZES. '

,, f' movements! of the mob below from the win are among the birds which give our agriculturists each other. This. was something that his METALLIC CASKS, WOODEN COFFINS Post) Office Box 1 j1.. .
.' dow. The went into her anal fruit-growers! so much trouble.If race had never seen hef ,rl'. But what ought/ Fcrnandinq Fla.
1.. Empress hurriedly jail ,
t bedroom put on a brown waterproof cloak, it were not for the myriads of insects which to be the result? How should they conduct AND CASKETS; ,

Ii..t; round traveling hat covered with a vail of these birds destroy in that time, it would be themselves\ in the future? Simply do right.; A. II. XOYKS,

,,' the same color, took, a green parasol, began perfectly useless: to try tip raise grain or fruits Bight oousncss exiiltcth u nation, and sin in is WHITE METAL: AND :SILVER PLATED

t' to collect in great haste all tho miniatures of at all.ow, when we look at these facts' the reproach to any people.' Everything depended TRIMMINGSCrCONSTANTLY :;

1' the Emperor, of her son ,of her sister,,the kind-hearted arc very apt to decide.that the upon God. Nothing else"would exult / 1 ROGER: AND SHIP CHANDLER,
;t] Duchesse! d'Albe, and of. her niece, and put poor,things:! are'cntitled to some of Jibe fruitllwhil'h.without a nation, because the God who ruled the( \ :; ON '
them could not( have at universe moulded people to his will. The
It'1 them> Into,a lapis, lazuli box, which, however we PKALEK IX
all.. But the trouble is, that in many cases white and the colored races were going to
l 'J in the husto of her. flight she was destined -
to.leaven ,they take all the crop, and under these circumstances live together greater hurmonrlln greater( l'rovIsionrt'Liquors, Ete.AGENT .
i ]Bodies washed und dressed and preserved"
is not to much they .were going to do right they : I
I "Make haste. Madame I ]henri'i they one apt care; peaco ; ) ;
I i ; whether they cat insects for nine months or would live and die here. ThIUlIl COlIIl'hl're until burial, with or without the use of l'e. -
the stairs they
"I f;;: arc cried mounting.M..iNigra., } l'l ; .,,,Mettcrnich wo coming Went not.) In this! conflict of facts the wise Hum had lived here, rod would die here. Remains exhumed and placed: in cases! for ; FOR B. F. AVEllY & CO.'S PLOWS.CENTRK .

""I the and took tho( Empress is he who ignores none, but adapts things; to The employer..and the one employed "should, removal.Telegraphic.
tlottllyint.o, bedroom
{ by tho arm. eircuiustaiwcs.Ve' must have birds\ and take this as his: text. Both should try to do orders promptly' attended 1 to.NTREETY .
j t they should be encouraged, and to have fruits right; and expect God to exalt them. Right;
"Madame ? asked
J s,i. where are you going wo must guard them from birds who will action, right stejw and right talk vas: what _:17: -3m STREET,
M. Chcvreau.
1.. ,u God demanded. When both went out
take more than their !share. Agricultural races
will tell the A 1IROTIIER
j Mctternich )'ou replied where the birds together that day, he felt his! heart leap with ,
6 { Empress. Then coming back as: she was writers.tell us: that in Europe, 52 tf FERNANDINA, FLA.
joy and ho hoped the future would sec the
than ,
I the she added arc infinitely more numerous they arc
leaving room, "Saygoodbyeto result of the kind treatment of that in
little insects.
\. my good Sisters of Charity! ,> whom I bore, they suffer very from TT1ERNANDINA, FLORIDA, WILLIAM F. WOOD, Jr.: ,
the celebration of Nashville' Centennial
insects :
wits forgetting, and take care of the wounded The bl r !:\,kL'l'p tho noxious }nrettywell 5',
down, but when the grain-fields: are and that peace and harmony would prevail.

i 1"illcr, first thought, even in the eXdtomellt sown or tho fruit about to ripen, Ix'tlire Let all spite und malice bo put down, and it :dD DEALERS'IX ENERAL NEWSDEALER,
.of this! terrible moment, was for MANUFACTURERS -
hired who with clappers walk uioutthe fields would be )put down ; work right, and they .
would he an exulted. nation und not a reproach BOOKSELLER STATIONER
Every one had, more or less, lost their and keep the birds away. By thus upending il ,
a. trifle for a few weeks they have no difficulty and
of mlnd. The Empress: \! left with Stoves, IleatcrH IlungcH,
.' presence ; in
in having full crops in spite of the great Dealer Fancy Articles,
out taking ,any money with her although ASov'ri1ERN\VARSrouy.-d111853four" gentlemen -
i "P there wero about forty thousanil: francs in numbers of feat her d tribes.: Our true birth entered their sons at a boardingschoolat )

the drawers. must be a similar one,to encourage the Cokesbury, H. C. They had been for years! TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE, CENTRK STREET, FERNANDINA, FLA.
and protect the crops. There is no other ra intimate friends and in the Methodist
ii AH Prince :Metternich's coupe] was supposed clergymen -
I to be stationed In front of the Louvre tional ground to take.-Owia/if'a Telegraph. church. These boys remained at this Shelf Papers, Picture Frames, Brackets,

,t: I ;>y tho Church of Saint German I'Auxerrois, Do-NoTHiNQ I'EoPLE.-Dcfore the French schoolroom-matcsand:! class-mates! and entered ROOFING AND GUTTERING.Just Lamps Croquet Sets, hand Glasses! Combs,

i it was through the famous picture galleries members of the Worford College, standing, relatively first, Brushes, etc. {! In great variety.
Revolution the royal family
that( the Imperial party fled. lords and ladies second, third and fourth in a 1 large class. Also Sewing! Machine Needless, Oil, etc.
and the never thoughtof
At one moment tho Empress, seeing from grand They remained at this institution four years, Clipper Inkstands, 75 cents. "
themselves that
4 (the window the mob rushing into the courts l doing anything for Taine. in his "Ancient were room-mates all the time,graduating rel- 1''eiVt'Itlarge consignment of
could do for them.
x 1 of the Palace, stopped short and paid : curious illustration of theeffect atively first, sceondthird, and fourth. They ANGEL 4t FRIEND,
Regime. gives a entered law office at and StoThe "COOK'S JEWEL" is appropriately -
then \ Snartanburg
f Bee 1 It is( too late, we must stay I It is .this enforced helplessness. In the

too late, we cannot pass!1" Prince Metter- of with Mine. Louise studied law under the same chancellor. The named-It is We will not AND CONFECTIONERS
course of a conversation a jewel. ,
and the call for
broke at troops BAKERS
nich hurried her war outl'
f however on. exclaiming:
0 Louis who Car
of XV
the daughter was a
j "We must, Madame, .we must! 1 I' At the top melite Mme: :de GenUs said: "I should they all entered( Jenkins1 rifle regiment from be undersold CHOICE: '
in the
Carolina and mess-mated
,it of the Egyptian staircase Her Majesty hem
like to know what troubled most in -
out her hand to lessee Conti and Conneau, accustomed to new you profession.:' name company. Being near the fame height 1 ly SECOND ST., OPPOSITE P. O. Groceries, Cigar, and Tobaccos
getting ,
your comrades in battle in
stood) together as
i aid, You had better they
1 and sadly: go no she Biel ----
"You imagine,
never ro1
this regiment. At the second battle of lIa1l1W1l'C -
further. Something might happen to you. "It the descent of a small flight of steps II. E. DOTTERER, TOYS AND
f At last they got out of the Palace and reach was ', August, 1861, a shell front the enemy's ARTICLES.
first it seemed to
!, cd the street Unluckily, PrinceMetternich'sI alone;by myself At hieadreadful lotteries fell in the ranks of this company -

i coachman, had.stationed the ,Embassador'scoupe sit down on precipice\ the steps, j,amUlide and I'WI down obliged in" that to killed these four boys and none other the pERNANDINA, FLORIDA, Weddings, Entertainments! and Picnics,
on the Quay.> !The Prince ran to get attitude'! .The Princess had never: descend in, the. company. They are on furnished at the shortest notice, at rock-l>ot-
battle-field and sleep together in the
it but during his absence the mob, Increas- same tom prices
i ; ed staircase nave the grand one at Versailles Mc- DEALER IN atANGEL'S
any Their names were Capers,
same grave.
threatened to
ing moment BAKERY
every and only that while leaning on the ,
Smith and Duncan and they were
t Swain ,
the little knot of accompanying the
Centre Street
arm of ,8. noble cavalier. The steep andwinding the.sons of Bishop Capers, Ilev. Dm. Me- Fine Family Groceries : ,
Empress.: Suddenly-M gamin bawled out: 23 Opp. old P. 0; Building.
pf the convent, therefore. .
I .' Tienl. There' the EmpreMl"U Swain and Smith, of South Carolina and ----- .. -
seemed appalling when she had to descend Mr. Duncan of Virginia, the I last beinga AND
Key. ,
little 'wretch I ,Do dare
you cry i is told of the. Duchessof
them alone. A
"' story brother of Ilev. Dr. Duncan, of Randolph
la I'russe exclaimed M. with
Vive ? Nigra.
the daughter of the Czar of PROVISIONS.
wonderful of mind. Just at that E>!Edinburgh! Macon College, The grave is marked by a SCustomers
presence Russia, ,wluch. exhibits a similar truinln granite cross and inclosed with an iron railing.A LOIIMANS'S
A r momenta; fiacre passed. The Italian };111- Shortly afterher marriage with Victoria A.W.. VV

bassador made..a sign for, it to stop, and Duchess entertained at a llUhlL'man'lI ---- T- -
the was
son the San Antonio \
I the and Madame Le Breton v AGtlST1 say
pushed Empress made to visit CHOICE
house. A party was up. can rely upon getting .
"Get in Madame Herald stood beside the track of the Sunset -.UIOU8- '
into it, whispering, get the extensive green-bonnes,, the Duchess ,
in we cannot wait for Met tern ich's broug Railway at the depot this morning; an engine -
; leading, I1.S1\>> her right, the way. In Biasing GOODS, asNOTHING
ham." Madumo Le Breton gave the first the aisle of one of the houses moved slowly up ; it stopped within a Prepared Flour.
address that came into her head, and the cab up narrow to closed door. The few feet of the ass. and the engineer blew
tho 1'O'alll1\ly came a
J. rolled. The next one of those terrible'screams, prolonged and -
rapidly away. question was was too narrow for any of, her suite BUT TilE FINEST BRANDS
a where they were to go? It was necessary to passage to her and the door and she stood ear-piercing; such a blast as ma"kes asleep-

,' get some money, and obtain a temporary Pais motionless as lien a fctatue. "Oblige me," lag Millerite dream of the day of jud mneit. ONLY FIVE CENTS PER POUND.
went from house to house all as Did the ass scare? Not worth a cent I Did
t refuge. They : said the Duke, in a whisper, "by bending ore kept in stock.G. .
his limbs erect
the sloth from
their friends", were absent from home. Suddenly around to the door from the he shako; ,
idea struck Madame La Breton some one open tail and speed away like the asses of Basso- -
a lucky for she'll not it if she stands
other side, open rah faster than the Bedouin coursers run.haC'k I VERY, 6-tf AT OLD
-Dr. Evans, the celebrated dentist, inhabited there for ninth;' It excite a smileto P. O. BUILDING.
a may
1 Malakott'antl to the chaparral? No, he didn't. He
an hotel in the Avenue read such illustrations these of the
the Empress: could rely upon his loyaltyand physical helplessness involved in the eti turned one ear towards the engine just as and a MRS. ANNE CLARKE,
devotion. They drove there without deaf man uses his tin ear-trumpet,
and fear thata
of royal households, we
quette And
delay, and although the doctor was not at caught every juirticle of the sound.
similar in kind, if not in degree,
training when the steam-blown whistle ceased its BOARDING STABLES. ST., BET. CENTRE ALACHUA
= home' took refuge until his return. Two American families. In a recent AND THIRD ,
marks> many and all the echoes died the animal !- LIVERY
g .lay* later a carriage containing Dr. Evans lteV'ushlnJ. Gladden, notes, away
( and two ladies, both closely vailed, and one of Springfield sermon Mass., tlllOke of the fact that straightened out his neck, opened all\ the his CARRIAGES AND WAGONS'To FERNANDINA, FLA., -
mouth and in voice that deafened
apparently old, tottering and infirm; drove some American girls are brought up to learn clerk to and from Steamers and Train
and caused the freight
,,4 up to the door of the Hotel du Casino, at and do nothing. lIe referred to one railroad men DEALER IN THE
Deauvillc. The doctor alighted and engaged nothing that her daughter drop his pen, t''Itrl'I: can't I I can't! I CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, E:T\'.
woman who was proud I can't be l eat! behest be beat! he
t I Choicest
rooms for himself and companions, asserting and to another who ('an Fruits and Vegetables,
never did any sweeping, beat I. I c-a-n'-t be-be-be-be beat I" FOR PALE : _.;,
that ho was accompanied by an invalid let her daughter any kitchen work *""
i lady ,who needed the greatest tranquillity Such never training must foster lfwhnis! and indolence ?" HORSES: ;:;, BUGGIES, HARNESS; CONFECTIONERIES, ETC.

and repose. The invalid was apparently too and a lO1iloth of respect and of how TMJ you pronounce s-t-i-n-g-y CARTS:: AND WAGONS..ZifTERMS .

'+ ill to leave her room, and her. meals", were true regard for other Professor nearest Stearns the foot asked! of\ the the class.young And gentlenran the CASH.-SSi Bliw Garden Seeds, Flowers, Farm and
through the half-o >enod door and
taken by the young lady )It .KO happened THE MEXICAN COFFEE lEGloThe picturesque mart bad boy stood up and said it depended ;:-i-Otlil and Stable-First; Street:: near Garden Implements. 7 tfW.

that Sir John Bunjoyne's yacht was lying at old Mexican city of lsarlovadating a great deal whether the word applied to a Broom :Street; Wharf. 49tfJAMES -- -

that time in the Basin de Deauvillc. on the its origin back to the year 161$, lies! in anown man or bee. Tineln1fL'sePrsternlysaldthat! -- .-. ---- ------- ------. K. 1IAUKNIGIIT, f.t
surroundedl great mountains.The it applied\ to a man The smart! boy hesitated '
eve of departure for England.: A.gen plain .Mo<;il FIVCONTRACTOR AGENT,
i tleman very casually said onc afternoon to a lady, railroad leaves it a little to the right, and n. moment, and then said, There was still i'WUOLDULE .
only its dirty church the name element of uncertainty. Is it was AND RETAIL ,
after the ta&le.l'kele: In a deeper vale, so that / AND BUILDER,
.' You know Sir John Burgoyne very well, towers and domes arc visible to the eye of applied to the man by the bee the g was hard, BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER, l
the traveler at a distance. The population but"-. But just: here a passing organ- A5DDealer
I believe? but formerly much grinder paused under the college windows to Alachua Street, between Second and Third,
about 10,000
"Oh, was the reply "I have tea onboard is now in Ice
yes could hear
The location is on a hill or ridge, play Pinafore" and nobody
day. : greater
( Would lib yacht i you every luind asking him, then if affording the means of good drainage, and of the sentence. FERNANDINA, }'L.\, TENNESSEE BEEF SPECIALTY

would be kind enough to take chargd of this, with the natural salubrity attire mountain Orders and estimates from a distance carefully BROOM STREET: WHARF,
he THE more a woman is idle the morels", her
it 'healthful place to
.some very valuable jewel belonging to a j heart occupied. attended to. 25-tf 19-tf FEn \NDIX'\- FL.k .\.-
the surrounding
lady of rank, which I want to tend in safety I live in. A century ago



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FL01UDA MIRROll :'' MAY; 8. '

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\ II. J. U.lUUuno: ., ----I I21i AGKWVLTUK.tT* ergy) tills been\ too mwb le\oted\ to the pro- 1l0t'Sl1l0LlJ KxowLiiiar. i iSOMKTIIIXK
flA1 duct: ion of I those\ crops which! cannot uthemeles If Unlstilf,4)u
i\ :SILK: Cfi.Tfui: IX iKoKut1'tliti'f: ; Mirror; : : supply\ the \\'l\lIt'lllr: himself\ hifamily : TO > wish: tokerpin \
111.hi.\ .. farm animals, hut must exchange good health nevertomb beer or spirit,
V EGETABL A year: or two s'ItWt'l'r"t.':<<:<
$ ILIA : IVnrI SI.. X. .'w' YOF 'orl,. tbo University: oflieorsiia.rotetiu1) : "E\'t'tr: alone call minister: ciunfoit and hap\'ines- Marie\ The following drinks can be highly

species intill'erry grows well in (ieorgiami I: hut when farmer goes to market with aiartlde reeommemli'd ;
: the :silkworm dO '1'dl.. It bn:* bee (cottmO) wbicli he cnnnutttsc\ \ hhn.ell l( I. If a little rice i N washed in cold waler I
deal of water theliquid !
hut i Is obliged to fell In order to )purehasthe t' and then hni11'1111I1I good ,
his at, ){.\ 1'\'t'In:" tried rucet'ssfully: ,l .>lb before and :since the IIl''l'I'Mril'i'"ftil'; ,%, he I Is at the mercy; with a little sugar added I is n plcn-"-

, \\ar. I halve inaile.llkamlgron: the plants of t the market\ which f is controlled by speculators \ ,' antnonrishingtirink\ \ ; in winter in may be ,

NEWS !'-uee: :'fully, ami duriug tbe war my \\il' [hind all the profits: ate absoibei; \ .1 drunk warm, in Bummer cold It is touch I t
by these and other men. The truth i is, farm ucd in India: \' our soldiers II11..t weather.You '
made plenty "t' :solving :silk from 111t'1'1I1II- citric
OltIIESI'iit'sORtNGC: : ('n. as a class, do not enjoy a fair share: 1'1' can buy an ounce of powdered
1 Irma wi1ll11l1lht'rr '. .\ lady fmni! ('..hllll- flit profits: of their own business I aud this :acid and put Just t a pinch into it, or squeeze'\ I

>llas been In constant biiXfonnty, from wboin we got the l'nlt'I'I'!!' failure is\ cry much in )proportion, to their! In n little lime juice, andnu' will find) It a

use by the public] lars: made it ti'r market aud continue to dso. I" neglect of those: crops whith, alone can mnk very refreshing drink. You can use: the\ j
.. them Independent.. Another truth is i Mutt boiled\ rice as food :< 'a IIIt'Iwith\ |cppcrnndsalt '

for over twenty scars, The United States (lovcrnnu-nt Ueporlof t f.irnu-rii, 1'1'111the nature of their hu ine-:.'\, ; or, for the ihtldrcn, mixed with sugar
+1 Ik.y ; : ..1t1:1: lAXfit' ;
1't i(?lPl'lIk favorably: of the indiHtry 5 5Thomas. III are\ not able to cope\ with the \i'rnfessioflnltrailer ort'beau jail
and Is the bent preparation ; Carroll stud Wlutfield lountIt's'lfnrul : stud I speculator\, whose busuu-ss it ic toget '!. When you have heavy tiring work to
not take either beer, cider or spirit".
v\vr invented fur 11ESTOK- (! than sulk do liht'wlOlt'. 11' I hurt the \best of every trudt'.1 farmer shoul\ .1t,1111
The : !I\11111111'h and, buy little : alwa"' Iluvesonlelhitg Hv far the best 1 diink I is thin oatmeal\ water,

now C1HAY HA 111 TO 1T8YOUTHFUL i'i'i Stato (lender Porniula of! ( loo. P. PmnMer.! : ) not profited .by tbe! Professor's letter 1 neevtbeles \ ; to spare\, of iris abtindance: with whlcl with little sugar.} The proportions are onefourth -
-iuceiv in dlrllll h.1 ill he pound oatmeal to two or three quart
: take : pleasure to ,procure the "(' aries which can miproduce \
COLon AND Acsayeri to of water according\ \ to the heat of the day\
tbeperfet t MUVC: of tbo culture IIl'ooi: I kill tint on bis farm. When hegoo.s: ;
and sell the 1111.1,0111' thip-t.: It :should\ 1 be well 1
should hlullldhitl to III'
ket he
V.LIFE. i t : :
riiijo nl'o\\'l'I'Ilht' Very town by Mrs.I :MadNoii: :Maun\\liiimpivso( monev from preionsales I : : if he expects In and li& ounce brown sugaradded. Ifyonliml
/ the f.icilitiesotVi-red\ ,by the I it thicker than \'nlli1..t'\ add, amitheniuartnfwater. :
It supplies the natural by great: present hll\'. Ylie sum of it all i is, Ih(' III'II\l'I'4l'\hllllhl: \
icf Mass. "I''III many of the silk nuilberty trees: (lII"rl/ adopt. the e.ish: system: -buying for cashsellim \ -- IId'lIrt'1111 drink it. :shake up the
food and color to the hair '1 You will
oatmeal well\ through t the liquid.
1110ghtnd9 miiKt IKI I'IllIllIllk-! : ; for cu.h.'ruti'stvnt .
/I/IIltfII"/ ) ill our : pun thirit but
without Muliitiij tho Und Ihat it not uiily qucnehesthe
skin. It will Incicusv and tl leadictj Host M it n lire file disc Oran so Ti-tv eloped\ \ some fifteen thousand eggs) ) thi;: : I'Lt+.re11.- rhehieittiralaflaiysiM it willgi\e) i you more strength I ) and\ enduranee -
F1IJsi tli of laud plaster shows it to be srtmpnvetl other drink Incry long
thicken the growth fir thehall' spring\ ; and\ tbi+ \ me any
Clan i forty-M\I i percentitl sult'lonit'neitlthirty111'et' \ I hamM 1 days you can take one-half |ionnd.or .
fruits of her well-directed energies in I Iii')X(':
prevent its blanching 1',1' 1 lime :and twentyone of water. I It Iilrl't'-Iitltrtllr of en huts of oatmeal
awl tailing off, and thus e1dcrsA I 1'1\1101' French "'hitl'" and ..lipane\ : greecocoons. ( has been used\ as a fertiliser for more than II to of water. 1 You will find this

A YJ ltTI.DN ESS.: and Lei meeoinlude a-<. I besan: with hundred year*, otlen at a profit of over,1 r lIo. Ihlt'l'lua\'l 11.1 ,Irilk also I 1\1,4, he boiled frcMicvtry
I'RHES'1'Eit'ti'Olit'I.I'I'1: : : )1.\- 1110111\= hale we the authority, I 11'11 will tl You
percent. night 'i.
1; reconItcuresItchingErup. > a i'1'nyl'l'i.-'i'n. thei"e a word\ is i stitlicien. ., morning or )
eliemists! i \but thexperlemeof
of such eminent \ ns Liebig. take it out In kegs or Mom- jars and
; IIlentJ it XI'IIS: ,'/. Miry'/ *, (,'"!. .1. f.JY lite-long practical farnieiN, altestifying lath keep under the shade of trees just us you

tlons and Danclrufi's :\ as a to the fad that it i is the itii.t! 1\'lIhl' i beer. Corn meal '
11. At.r.uuiitriites to tbo Cincjinati II011 wi1II\\.I'
\ M
I HAIR 1>U1>SING His very greattriumph \ able i'ertill/er.\ for the money invented. of tiny It i is quite a mistake to suppose- Iltlnl
desirable, Jh'hlJ the hair u lluiniifff and tells bow she "an..lltl'r I flint: fan ho' used.Liebig spiiits give strength. Thev lo give\ n tl

I silken softness 'which all P.>l. KVK.KY; P\HM ('Uiil1, chickens; when tbolera broke\ tint union nays: t that vegelrtllon absorbs: In itgrowth !! spurt to a man, but that quickly) goeson":
in tuft l- but about t one-eighth )part "t'114\ .
admire. them She and\ in hard heavy loo Inl'l
It keeps' the lu-nd says ; spurts:
from substances in the soil, I lie itmaining -
weight : lessen the .
clean sweet and IwItHh)'. cino.' .\1lit\ once the cholera Mt ill. All\ the' )1"1'11"111'\ being\ compounded. i froithe \ made, certainly wI\'tiJl\ powers.One ofsugar
l ) \
.... / largest\ : and nicest: Oll'i'IUt'II.IIII'I the t Uu I 'key, of theatmiHpbenwhich I ounce of coll'ee 1111Ilchull ounce
aud I .
: I rains, dews, gns! ( v t two n tr and. .,
Cr tay. ':'I'I \ Prcparoil 1 : oh'M-ieutillc; : prinoiplei to pi-mine' ton ill'l'I'l') going at :trash\ are absorbed 1 I by the h'IIII" well n\: ht'ih'II"\ thlrd-qucmhlng{, drink so I I
cooled.l I Is a u-ry ;
: tr what \\:1'4.1 I do.'t Well\ I tact'all
Now > ,
rate. If therefore, l'root' .
of ; a
the plants. \
), .. ., lal'bh'hll'tr mmAi. ; roots Is cold tea l hut neither of these I Naosnppoittng 54
,1\ ; and 1 eretnatellthem
c I remedies
-rl' ; Indignant turned in but in live\ :it I
.. I\j cloxer{ be unto yelirst theo.itmeal ii vi nk.-Aii.wni' Timrt. |
: '.: : a :- ,- lift ecu lit 0110 time. They tultltlH' f lit' will return to the land more fcHUMng) mal: ,
}" "" 1,' '" ;'t..n ...:.t...-": other cbiikciiH: would\ dust: in tin''i'11111 !tcr than has hw-n oxlracted from I the IIoit TIIK.IUXT 11,1 H \,1.-01 tho morning v I.
f :"f. i\\ i' ,, .: it would prevent them from taking tlu'cbo. during the whull.t'tltc preeitlingfour year''; yon intend having ]parr: your potatoesin : ''r ,;

evil They \\'I\\I.ll1ot go near where! the" cropping. Thu farmer: I'houl.l''r\ bear tbi "ni; drain nil't lie watcr.andemcr with ;

\\CKINGHAMS DY .! o'txpiu.Mi were burnt. Then' I greased their beads ; in mind, and that if he would huge gout 1 c.h'ul towel to dry Fi'l.t though, hoi 4

},) FOR l.;:. fed. them meat ; gave them lard, forcing! !it crops be must, fl''Ihi.I + land ns be would. ft'l..1 your etshlish'tilt\ done; tlll 1'\11 to 1 ,

WHISKERSWill ': AoiMcpi/nrp.AL(; ( CHEMICAL: > down their throats: ; but all\ did no good, I himself his horse, in order to do carefully feeling) for every "(1111' and Ilan\'. ,
was discouraged, and I thought I would.! tryno work. ]Piaster however, Ls not of it'4t.t'tL\ llnshthie' t1l'lr.l'our il a little
change the beard to a ItUOWN or remedies. One day 1 was sitting i li\: )0111111'c"r butter
SULPHATE: AMMONIA.NITltATE. more manure, but it attracts and (conccntratt warm I ;
BLACK at discretion. Belns In one tn"IIIIII1.1 was thinking of my loss, 111111 through the leaves and roots of plants anmonia hl'lltI) yn\r jxitntoe.s' li they arc us light n-
wondering what I !'houlllI1" next. I I though froi mix with fish, und work
preparation it U easily applied and : on.HUI'1'Jt .\, from the atmostibeni as as! down, your
of the remedy I used to give my chickens lithe the II"iI. thus stimulating their growth, an all together thoroughly. A small raw onion, ;

produce a permanent color that will winter to make them lay ; a fl'lIIl'Cly in the case of n crop of clover turned nude C'hlll'l'l'll'l.ry line, Ill'll through, gives aflavor
not wash off. ; that I used years Iwhl'n eggs were twei- allording this cheapest and most reliable\ minure. which many 'like! no pepncr '

ty-llvc and thirty cents! per dozen. Take And, while !I'lelltill'flh.n; ditl'er i III or egg.; When rl'lel1 roll Into 1111'lIkt.1'\ \
PREPARED BYR SULPHATE: OV IWASH, two quarts of oats, three l'mlllot' water tw I their theories in regard\ to the action of plator lightly and fry to Il.l'lll bl)'I. The

P. HALL & CO, NASHUA, N, H. red-pepcr( pods ; cut the pod.s up line with,' mi growing) crops, they wholly agree ito \.' particular part l is to JI\e iMttatocs" quite 'j
Sold bY all Deal,,. In Midkk. SITUATE: OF 1'0'1'811.llTm.1'J' M-lssors, i nit the whole in ft cookmg) pot( IInll the beneficial effects. As! nald before. soft with the milk and fish, with not thesmallest r;
boll until the water I is nil taken up( in the plaster is comixmcd principally of !'ull'hurIInli lump. ,
--- ---
: OF POTASH oats stir frequently. This I prepared' 1\1111
; lime. Hy the union of sulphur an 'If
:b'LAGG'S gave to them in the morning. When I lei 111II1wnllIIIl'' sulphate of ammonia mojiowerftil :
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD! HUU'll.TJoUXI'"IA.: [ ( ; t hl'1IIIU t of the coop'the tint morning) alit stimulant to plant growthformed. : would trlln girls a.s holl4l'ktl'\ln.\ tl'-nt
tiropent l there nick and it dial the youthful period
was one Now it i generally tukimwledged :
Nina GITS HABD. would then take t
CAN BB MAD ASI STBCNOTH .DBHBBD. Lot SULPHATE SODA,, and I I did not lose: one uftM"\\II 1'1 1. 1 girl that the wind iNLi9111guv1'rlhe surliuof lighted to learn, they ducks take to( .
them dose morning for three week: housekeeping us naturally us
Twice AI Loso.Siieuei every 1lIIlll1l1WII with plaster carries: with it the
Cvsi viUmt ngtsg law Irito.CDBKI Strictly 1'iire Ground! I o..e. and then gave it only twice a week. 111111 ammonia arising from barnyards, bug) 1I water lnstna4lon'al11)ulu!Sno! does not rl'I'oIJnl'lll. however mainlyto
giving them the same now but only once n absorbed tho that helnel
marshes et< which being ny ;
Nil week, and m my chickens are healthy.' I raise immediately sets free the lime hv domestic duties, or thlt marriage shouldbe
Chills aDd JeTer. plaster
tCTN[ over llio( lat year and I will try to raise a 1\ with the sulphur, and forms the sal ('olI'\ \eT'lthu\ principal aim of the fair
Liter Compltint, WAY large number this year ThU remedy cost; phate of ammonin. will\ thus be seen tinjilasfer hex ; hut advocates t system of f broad,and I I

Dys psia. axroua Our circulars give full jiarticulars: ami arluaiktl Itt) money, Its every farmer has rutty: and v\- acts ns a condenser of ammonia, wide liberal tuition, which will lit women, for any1f ,
PAD.6ertonsneas Interest farmer's wife raise And it is little the probable contingencies of life, render '
free to uu applicant 'Theywill cry not only in tho atmosphere<'
\eunlpi, 11l'\ll't'r.\ 11 ever present
f you if you are liitcrtf t '.l In Asrlcul- trouble to }prepare it. )' put it un but in greater or less degree in all soils, an thl'llclf-lh'l'l'llll'nt. and fully develop their
turn or Orange Culture.! 15-Oni( to boil while I taw eating my breaki'ast. Asoon which itjioldi for the usoof plants. On clip- varied faculties. 4
Rheumatism --- ----- us I am done I feed I it to them hot, a\lll
vcr plaster should bo sown in early spring HOT alum water i Is the best insect destroyer -
Cojtivenesi, Till FLORIDA. give no other few I that day.Tonwi at the 'rate! of not less than one hundre 1 known. Put the alum into hot water,

Female >.-John. W, Edwards; of (ilcncixiallatin '. pounds to the acre tor tho first crop, while. und let It boil tilt it f: all dissolved ; tlll i ,,
( county, Ky.,'gives his 'system uf for) the second. or seed crop, half that <|iian.. apply '1 solution hottUh'' t hrti, h to nil
Weikness, T AND AND! IMMIGRATION ( O I.I.\'Y producing tobacco( 1 follows : .. Lprefcr inn tity will siitlice. Upon wheat fifty )'OIlIlIJ04to cracks, closets! 1m Iltcllll und other ,place

Sick i NerrouiIleahfbe land I ; but 11\1I.IIIIII"t b0ieIi, whether old or the nrrt'shiddbe} ,sown In the fall as soo: where any insects are (..ull.ltl..bedbugs

)!' OFFERS new. We break our new land deep am; as the' W'h'eat spars above ground, and II a'llkronl'IH1 and!1 arc
thoroughly about the first of 'April with like(|(1IJIIlltit applied the spring as soon till killed I b/It', while there t f is nouaitgerut'iNisotthlg -

Noxious These Pidi fills. Oll Cure,nr all J'olwmouj Diieases /bmrptibn.Medicine: are Uk. No"a 4100.000f'rt'N what we call! a jumping\ slit vel-jduw. '1'I1l'1IWl' tins wheat,bus started to ruw. 'Iu\ \ farmc' tho family or injuring prolc.rt)".

Intotha Stomach. The }'acl.'are worn over the Pit let it lay until t.hl"mictlm"lt May Tht'llwC' tt'hohaNtofilth in theastonishlngctlect.\ o

of the the Stomach Liter and covering ctomach.the Great A gentle Nerve'vrcptable Ctntren.aim re-break and pulveri/.i thoroughly witl phi+h'r1'lIrtil'ulnrlr; ) .on, clover'aml!( \ grasn J (alit ('k'itthirs'' .TIIIEIMvn I'f..ttrie.-ThI0'', enrth Ialiuluula

7\onic 11 ahmrbed I Uiectreulation o Liver.purifjr Ing the IJlcod.itimulatioK the Ll vrrand our land rl'a,1IJ the last\ of tinyI' lay Nowlugitou uhirnatuslIJss) in III,11.nt'lll. amIben *
kidneys to healthy action and itrenKthcninii the lire.more 01; l Jess.atefuU Soup; If tscsu, are ;
: ,
DI]-';> IUA11LE nut land Pt w'Uvidr uw"llily: 1'1llIt11I1l' t ascertaining, by.weighing the.uytnalill'erence .
6tonllLcbto d1ltl'lU nd. Pitch or PAD$1 AND rJArK. : > my (or hnlenl4ulbl', and others 'uru highly at- t
*: BOLD .f ALL DBUOOIITI. eat by Mast I i way, getting! III)' plants two and, thllif ( in yleiJ. Now; ,supNislng| flint hv; traHivo'/ tlu-lr/ follngtAniofife thiwelxoiallyivroithy
'' lir
rManufactured hunil4
ftl' Exfreerc. one hiindri'ilnii
\tt n & U, HoKTH LlBIBTT 8i.iALTtltoRLMD. .. I trAMIM IX TilE'' .. in each ru\v.; Tho wnrkuf trlnipluttltg the npplk-atlmt 'of wimld ho increased of ,note: is l the.Milk tree
) liiust "bo done,''of course, \\\'II\II tl erhtJJt. platter: ? .\ ji i 'wet. I'never "wait'overaveeb ur yield Q ton uf hay u ton platernflleing '
Cp. pad juicy, iiulji. Hut the re31uir rhl
33-Oiu Fernaiulinu: Fla.( .. ( 'r.\..1'WOIl"I.OHIIJA."; :. : ten Hays, after setting! '(lilt toy'iynta, ""l.firullwill '? for twenty\ acres' would give; an. increased (fbbig( li thu milk which iJUJlltt: jthl :' ITv, ,'
tonI which I\t
I cultivating. I find plow with tWit yield of twenty fJt hay,
i 'making An Incision In the : n find
fon.'vronld l trunk
I 1 1JOXCIUI the low of ton'rtollnrs pi-r
e Thi' price
[urrowBbetween two rows. $
) :r IIOC O: only $1.25 IM.T I acre to new settlers, with t' every the milk flmva from ,itiiiud wid. :) tt
\t4 : ; plowing i Jrt followed! with ,a sharp billing two bundrul-dollars an additional, pro- ; wtdtohe
flavut! ten und {
I the privilegi4 tif'seIc('tiontln'i.,urdt, of :4'icrc "I'W. ,1 always' tutu to get my tobacco duet of u ton o( plater.Jt.! ? value ,ho' nni., very little dillcrcnt tolletf.( l'li..JUk.4, ,It

By M1'2.. it I ( ',}' T1'Q ,. ,. :* or wore. TheMi! lands are JocuU- cmtu1tllulja'l'lIt ;ood ",\\x.. beforewheat Jiarvest,''not allowing '> diH-s not stop here As ate ahllft hunt of U n native! of !'!uulhll.rl1niilt Wi/ wOlll'll'Ilvllluuho mik./ / i
liiimt ',,11Iat.rc.IIltf'lnWtlt < f all
tuonlA thft >
,1L weed to remain iu the tidlWhen\ : I
to the lino I of thei to
CoitKEB OF) 1HXK .t.:ii 1bGXTU STUEnIi..JuekMoan'Ule vegetable and uninlal manure -iu applies. lur rlnc. uull
i I' iATLANTIC the )preparation for bhjtJI1I1>1' l1nc. I top tiniluntii IIMe in this & of : j jc
,', )[ leaving l ) from twelve to fifteen leaves t lion to the!. nccuiunUitions of.thq ,barnyard. I hitu lutgie )CIJntr.J.'
hurq ,
)Flu ,GULF AND: WEST: INDIA dto going over the lie-Id alxnit twice u week I'IJ-'lt'n' and hun-bouse render' it' equally val- lcri"a without' Hinritw. I. lglnU. .
to: clear oil' all! the worms. We generally besides l jiiirlfylng the iitniosjihere.) ol ; f ln'a i'eemi1IAf I'I.l
TERMS; # .=- AND $2.0Q PER DAY,. ll 'TKANSIT: CO.'S h. U., jcfc'in,: witting from the ht to the 15th tit! all noxloiM odors. -' Apple the 7r.L1II11 I ,Ceylon.: i .The"l rtrretllltgmw. >ult '

t September! and aim to, get all cut: in thin Mirror uiiil ''Furiasur UI color-
to Locution lt.Nuly.TI THE' New Hanrpshlro) '' >r! rwHsmdijig '
According Month. Five ur lib large planti. arc plough:
that extensive bree Atlantlc an auoruitge ;
.xtCMilhu i FEtyANIjN'A| oji Jhu says
,- ; { to: put on one ctick\ four feet long. I al.vayn -
fn'\ll If ioaU in l'exaNrsnsiden, it it much more profitable rimsoii. ; with an' \ as if u pittt'haul
!14 WELL-KXOWX; HOUSK: IS to (; It KIEV, on the flulf (-oust. hang on scatloJiU in thu !Held from business than sheep'ruIMlhlg.'fhlsper( bitten hl\l'ltatIJ.. It though Wry

eeutrily I Irt 'atcil, and liavin*J be.n lr
throughout will be kept at a flat-t'-lass start unit rapid tnin.i">r1aton| to this. l lei>tIllarkl't hang: in barn with ."{hk" MX..inches apart tif provide' for them and his profits leutlJy |*olHoii, It U thought hy the Mojmiuneduiu t
liou-. The IVoiirietrinw, having hail oxjinrieiue t' -. .- !Tripoli! damp ditH after it l.s. thoroughlyeared last year be ultimate\ at i.VHO.( 'I'ho meat islaimcd that Cevlon war really the runuliM-
I Iwith North ami South, will xpiri $ and tie ten lenvVs. in a bunch and; .- to bit I better than mutton, and each "f Adam 'A ll Kve: ','and'hence. the name of f
in The Itfltt of country traventetl by the Trun hang ulMiut eight of these bunches on the
$ for the romfort of her patron, gout ylebUalHMit two |HiimU of balrftimuilly the tri mining the house'home-like u.t any in the hit ]t. It. tnibracf tick> and hang It' np '"again. ; when we art! which is worth MtnU slur jiouiid in ]J'huili.T-Thvrv \n\ ,plant, of which 1 know

( itt" _. y '. 1 lone. "xlripping, and it all K.t8. j III, | | his[ Miiitry' und 75 cents In England lothlng myself hut highly/ commended by
,. ;1 1 we l' in ricks threw! feet wide .l I r. uilhvrtDamitte, as |>1..t..IIulll'r-
XKW ..MANAjUKHKXT.Npenrer ; I.I'ltYIJF."fY; : : OF SOIL Then it b ready to put in the hogshead IT has been calculutinl that/ a nhigle grainif ue pri"iutlig11lilc.{ :The name
UNDER..-"' IH'X."c generally put our tobaccos on the ( wheat prtMluces fifty grains III one year'sruwth. fullruJI'rli' U Calegul; : (Cowd felon this

market at Cincinnati.. Hold mine lately ( and if these and Kiicee liiigcriipr< beilunteil ) > will'yield one-tldnl hitlk' than
HOIINC luru'
tll he fytind in the State; a large pnportlojicin for f"lIrh'lIIl't'lIb' per 1'lIlIn.l.| realizing f.tjU k ami yield\ pnsjrttutluttlvJae pn.,> un plum th* In-vt huy. 1''lorlit| urettuidto

FT.31ARY's. (;ItxuIA.: l> :; jxruluirly uddpteil to tIle culture of rom what grew i on five acres. und i ii iliac of the twelfth year would suffice to suit* hu nutritluuIlulllllk Ib I'rodticjiig, air
worth &:: 3 to his) per I aero in this county ; ply all the Inhabitants of the earth for n life- Could not tbiaplant
:-:103U': TItCll'IC\L FitflTMund EarlyVegetables: ) rood horses from $73 to flOO; milch cowsMi hue; in twelve years, the single grain will) ,I ChCIUkullLlUlpil Introiluctii lUL I'W\'etl'great Udvun-

J. \\*. TIIOMPMOS. of the.KeuntarpJ Hoitse and The Jsiryr. tlmiijwtt llmltr ref Timlier $ to JMH, per head : j-tm-k hogn :3J to i rents; have mnltiplie l itself:21 II.fI:: ,(J1l1j.OUJ times.. lugs to"our farmert? There is u great deal of

White Mountain. I'r l.rwtar. luke tbwc lauds worthy 4>f (" f JJ:l'UL K.Y. .tIH.k cattle 3)) cents ; fat tattle 4 to .1J cent.s.'jtnd ignre beyond the comprehension of thoiveruge IMJIU for the improvement of our own milk
Transient 1'.1h't4. $!.fJlj per I [lay IJluTal .J//.Y.1 TlOX by uianufoiturernof LrMueu rents generally for oite-sal( the crop. mathematician. (1 1 Wit, s

terms made to those desiring band by the IM> NWAL STUUE.S.NEW. Ix FABMI.MI 1'ip1TAULIS-The: : ''li'4)a THE famous Lincolnshire ox, fed by LordI'arlKirough The luL //.< ./.-ThU' U. not u'plant for

wl'ck. 11 tf rinln, Atlanta, I la., *uy" there are Home \ weighed 2,712 j JNlundi livevtight (inner*, hut for printer!* and stationers, arllthey
,- -- lien who will make money in almost any \ and ineusnnsl eleven feet ten inches .,Ih to i-oinu in for I nhure of our at i

: F.TKOI'OMTA.V: 1> I IM.\ SETfLEItS: kiwi; of farming 'rh .v ure .shrewd eiufetie (rom Itt u to Mstting of t1&lI. eleven feet one 1 \ without cheap ink our 1"111
I ; und 11I\\tIJtriuu\, There U no doubt nth in girth three feet two Inches across the all agricultural |>eriodicuU would cost niori j
110031 8, bat .,such men attain the highest wn'('eH, ack> in three place*-the hip, .shoulder and Th 1 i-cononoiiiicul l plant grown in New
.' the IVmt OttU'e) 'unlia-'in: laud front this company arc furibhed whclt\ they adopt the 1It.If""uituiniug. iiiixetlysteiu : uiddle hack;fourteen Incite from 'breast to anti lit' MM to ho ujiertor to ourrdiimry '

.,_.. (Opposite with entire fire J"LUnJeuu the Tran- priMlucing plenty provUions for man round; nine inches In girth of fore leg amiwtntytwo iuk."J'i-ciullv .hi Its intluvneooaM.

T) II. IIOP.IRK, I' )PIUl."lOB.I'HITJ' l.itItuilnutdfor family anti ]t't Txonal t-irttt and beast, raining I ittock with only no muehottoii inches ctwctn l the fore legs |>:1I is not buu-k when .tint (\I-
I (' as may lie lIufdy done without endanering inset) plant; hut of u tv blisii, cul-
to the station neurt-t the rawl'pnn'hu4erl.TIT the general met' '*. of the Writ That CUWC'lEL 31 E.\u, Sut.crhsteulent| III Alrll'ul- "..r hut in a f'w'JIUr i bexrnitetadtetsaid'crtiutteut
I ; : TUAN'JJIKXT IlOAIUUXO.llo.tBD that in tivu "mrulfWr .
: of
Axe lire Vermont says } bluck.'fl I
Li': COMPLETE.: : linjc derivwl by irmintr, on the whole, it profitable, it i It
'; hc; tixe late .tI1Ml'll MI as to saw hi* lb tail Vnlif tnu* lllthff /V4/,-ThU 1 U cue
to n-niurk in that the
Xo tn ,
HE.ISWJXAULK. sparisl unly proof
pains and nwemary
from the rnlteil )Stuti-s purchasenun
grant he had doiibleil the product of Ids .
t"! | _nit cn>'tomer,. 173m'I wurl41. Kustained by It. "'(juel' und clothing of I rllu" und -. vegetable pnxlucjii. t( ;
the )State of Florida. fur the million ,the human ruceareuhi4)v'texriu (inn. The greutett waste agriculture ermniiro North Laliforplunnuud
i I arow.
FOR IUXT. xcrement of cattle. It Is live times greater ) pi-culiarity U In
t -t NICE UOOMS IOU KENT COUUESPONDENCE: : SOLICITED.De : wu t'uula'trva uUt' into coniderution, and all the and there Is no need of it. 'ftrlo'Ihl
SEVERAL CIT1:1' of Cen iniiinx, on the whole certainly pay well than taxes '. g, lu" rct*. At 'the extremity uf the -
The lIu laitts, lawytMKfulator| ortice A uiXTrBK: : of ken- and lunl will re- aar leuvf is I hood of hcuutCull'Olur. like a
tre und
Third Htreets.Al .
olden and railroa create tore l lice if it is well applied. It should! be To thU the 11''d atro1l'l I and
and mailed turn or luwt'r.
3les tive CIIUTLAU on
the above
o fcojnd btory irs. Sydell crii> MAM
t liro., onerbb mid Third tttreeo.I tlu wt'Uhh-tht'Y only alMorlj the money, u.'tjI1 all over the kin and! bru>h.,>l Into the the tube that faints .ten iuetl"y
app1ieatiuai which 'in its last an21).Lt. U the aweututhe hair thoroughly, It will hu more dfl..tiYeit are iww 1rjfn for there
M. IXJWXEY, CIIAH. W. LEWIS; U added to it. Take (, ut ,fhe buae of tliU
::-tf the Man. inner and artllt 1lt. If a farmer hu reu onIjleMaMJiu. koine nuljihur one huN Il'' .
I J in City Land Commbaloner, of kerosene oil and attic extrication IK imww iblc,. 1
: -- work with energy and Industry bound of lard, one pint alI 1ttytr.l' \&
|\l sllU; JTf XTZ.- every-style: .;Jt Oflice tor Ueach and Seventh Shl. and fail 14, pnM t'Cr| the tauNe may he four ounces of flower of sulphur; rub these lost nuiniiier in 1''i\lclt" IU it."lrdt .

J the lowest rates, at the MIKKOK office. l-tf le.J(1 1 fur iu the (Uct that hU mind and en- well together uu IhL"I.u. or wiuiUr to

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LOCAL REFLECTIONS.] City Council.At ever little, if any, abatement, In the liquor r-- IIOltAC'i: DltKW, ('harlesloa, Sinnnnah .t.Elorida ,

(Council meeting/ Wednesday!' evening hu"incm. The drain shops seem! still to retain STI .\:U'Iu.'r: {'( JI1X'4 4
--.-.-.---. ..
--- Councilman Hoytm elected President jirotan. their numerical strength, and their degraded Wholi-Milc and 1'etailIOOKS. : -

t !1.00 A YKAll; .$Ieo I.'OR S/A .'.1fO1'1'115t victims continue to occupy' soft I \\'. TEH :SCHEDfLE.rpHE :. ;

t I! --- -. .. ---. -.-- ., .----.- The petition of Mi"!s Eunice: 1' Brown was! places. : in tile ditches, ut least this! is: true court STATIONARY, : NEW lllONTALACE: STEAMEK( :, :

i I i i To CorrcMpondcnts.Vi returned !by the }Finance Committee, who days. I j

> '" '- /( / ., and ]Hrun+a JII'ill!/ husiarssft ; recommended l that it he not granted. The (Circuit Court is now in !session, Judge And .lll'SIC. ST. ,

with this beeper will please dtrrrl to Fl.ORti The bond! : of Turner Puling!, Marshal( and Dawkins presiding.! Several lawyer from ,. ,I I

ft = s MIRROR lcrnaarfur,1'lrs. Tax Collector, and ".. .... Wood, Clerk and Lake City-(;Seneral Finley, Judge Nihluek !fin WEST lUv STP.KT, JOINS

11"8htl'RH Office. Treasurer were handed in by the Finance and 'IJ'. King-and:: T. T. Long, Esq." of )

HV ,liarc rftnMhlifd n JiitrinrM, Offirc; nt the Committee' ; after reading/ they were received Starke, sire in attendance. The case of Gallahcr I JACKSONVILLE( = () FLOimiA.JJSSchool i '

for approval' and ordered( recorded! ,l in till'Clerk'lI who is: being trieil l fur bigamy, i Is at- .
pant office, snider the dark (!if Mr. H" /. )HWf f \
oflice. (trading much notice. It has! occupied the
Jr., who irlilreccirciiiitnirrliittiitt; ; *, mhrrtiffinentiinud ; I.EO VOOEL l ,
The report of t the City Treasurer fir April 1 court all the week thin far and witnesses
/ iitficf fill-on for the MIRROR nnd who fitii'iiyx : ItooliN :
; : Spcciulty."FS11'ittler : Jacksonville Pa-.
was referred to Finance t',," mittl'. ('. not all examined yet. I may recur to the ___ ___._.u .____. Will leave Fernandina: for :
the (III sale. onl"t..JIIJ II"Hin'r
paper latka and int'rJllctiut.lulJltinJ.'l!
.. -- '- !subject in my nl'xrlIwl; note also whatever of
," tolFn' -
Season 1H7 and 1S O. Charleston as:
-- -- -- Jfacam Savannah and
and :
Tara': City of among her freight to ,
interest t turn in this town between
New York Vegetable Market.Acee New York Saturday carried :3.32!> packagesof ': may up low! :

t L .t Taylor report prices 1I4! ruling' yesterday vegetables! ; the JHII tntti, for Philadelphia, the present! moment and the departure of 01:01:01.11: : ) },'LOHW.Ixxn ).\ m Fernandina: : for Jacksonville.! and'1
took 1,1''W: boxes: and 2.Y7) barrels! ; and the the first train going west. VIVTOR.Archer. I'alntkll, Thlll''elar, .\pfil I, .t. :M.
the 7th : drorfft AI>IH>M, for Baltimore, Ml:\ boxes and STKA.IIIIOAT: ('OM 1"1'. :Sunday' 4. t 11 .t. :M.
Prime cabbage1.7"! :) to $::1{ per barrel. 210 barrels; the product of the !soil around Thursday: 1$, r. ,\. :\1.
r Tomatoes! $2: to !$."> per crate. about Savannah. TIME SCHiirLK: :, Sunday:' it. i .\, :M.
Potatoes! choice, :!2.7.."> tot per, barrel. Very little local itemizing.; The recent Thursday. I.j, r) ,\. :M. t
Beans! -. The above WP copy'' from the Savannah election of town officers-resulted in TIINIRffi'I'I/ Tttrnhty" Drccmtirr' Si, lf0.Xo :Sunday' 1M. .\. :II.Thlll'iay I
i { AViwt of the 2th..c have believe u new "
Squash!' -, reason 22. 4 A. M.

-------- that n fair proportion' of the packages' : !stated deal nil' around. SKASICKNKS8= :: ;: No OCEAN h..n.CEt(; :: Sunday, 24. 4 A. :M.Thurday .
Cincinnati Vegetable Market.Messrs. above was the product' of the soil of Florida. The hot weather ha" completely\ demoralized :!"!', I 5 A. M.: *

f !!. \\"l'Ill'r"orlh report under date If we are correct, Floridian!* would 1 be pleasedto I It the vcgtable I.'rol'0! rain hat fallenof '" t From Fernandina! 1"'Il1lIah111I1\ Charleston i
during the month\ and Tuesday, April 2, :3 r. M.
any consequence
of ( 4th t that esteemed give j
May : sec our contemporary ; Friday, Ii i, !II' A. :M.
It will not pay you to ship) vegetables by them the proper ('rel1it."e suggest/ !' that it the plant tree are devastating!' the patches of Tuesday, 0, 12 :M. ;;

j ; freight. They come in very bad order. would be more satisfactory to Florida "slippers cucumbers.The !!. Friday, 13: 2 1'. M. i

Cucumbers! by express! : 30 to 40 cents! }per l If reports as above were made to distinguish event of the season: was the wedding Tuesday, Hi, :3: I'. M. .
doxcn. Friday: 20, !9> 1'. :M.
of Mr. and Mrs Frank (f. Bauknight, at
Beans by express! : $2 to $2.25 |her crate. between Florid: amid Savannah Tuesday\ :23, I 9) A. :M.

\ Peas, by express) sold to-day at $2.50 per. shipments.! ___.__ their fine residence!: here last night ; grand THE STEAMERS Friday; 27, 1 r. M. t
crate. !supper with n jolly com puny. lion voyage. "CITY OF 15KIDOETOX: ," Tuesday! W, 3 p. M.
Squash, by express, 50) to IN!0 rents |er OCR new Board of Health seem to net with Our iHistmaster, contemplates!' a !'lwdl11line ('a pt. JOHX FITZ ER\LP, Close! connection made with steamers for

dozen, if in good order. promptness.! There was, and is !still, much of telegraph from the depot to the olHrc. "DAVID (CLAIIK" 1icllonvilleand Ewterprise: : also with m !steamers
Tomatoes wanted.Potatoes to le, done In the city to render it healthful WARP for Ocklawaha Ui\'t'ri: also at Savannah\
$2.50 to $3 JKT barrel. Home of our vegetable men arc now examining Captain with steamers! for New !Irk, Philadelphia, ._,
-- ..--- during the summer season, hut the Board the windmill and water-supply! After having undergone" extensive repairs! and Baltimore and at Charleston with steamers u.,

OUR readers! will notice that we furnish the arc acting, and we hope] before another i issue question.! At least. half a dozen mills will are now in FIHST-CLASS ORDER: in every !! for New Y/rk. Boston! Philadelphia. Baltimore '

quotation of the New York vegetable mar that the needful sanitary work will he be erected l, and Archer will look like a slice department, and will perform' the with Northeastern! and South Carlo-

t l .; \ ket on the day we go to press! -Friday. accomplished. In this connection we would from old Holland. J. C. ONLY INSIDE ROUTE SERVICE: Una West.Railroads for routes North, East and

i' I call the attention of the proper authoritiesto between Savannah and Florida, connectingat
CAIT. JOE SMITH has resigned the command with the first-class FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER: ACCOMMO
the IIKUSSCS' of rubbish, garden cleanings, lIRo z.nOR.'slItl-The: fruit in the Steamships DATIONS.
: of the steamer Florida. Capt.} Uslna orangegroves of the Ocean :Steamship; Co. for New York,
etc. that of streets of both Florida and Ixmisiana} hat of
arc now on some our : Tickets and Staterooms secured
Baltimore and Boston
also with Philadelphia, Through
.; now bus charge. and have been for !some time. This! should late years been much discolored. The rind Steamers. and all information furnished at office corner
.J. .I lie removed ; if it is! the business of the city, becomes either In part or completely, colored cjoisu !'Iot' Centre and Second: I streets.! !
i lark
TIIK ruin mi much needed which fell on brown. The of this discoloration
i a I cause C. A. NOYES.MALLORY'S : .
i! 4, i': I Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, has been of by them ; if it is the duty of private individuals has not thus far been ascertained! Leave Savannah..Monday Clark ( Afternoon.Thiirs- 20-ly ---- -- .---- ---
utilize our now Idle IKice! to comjK-1 careful examination by those expert with
great benefit to our planters and gardeners! ; day Afternoon.Arrive .
Ji'.. its removal. Every: necessary! nmeasureshould the microscope! r p having 1 tailed to detect anything Fernandina..Tuesday! Evening: Friday -
.t to
< ; ; t trees umlllallt'm grow perceptibly like fungus! the cause: of so many fruit
he enforced, not only for the health of the Evening.: FLORIDA STElSIIJII..X" .
the few and troubles. It does not to the
; ; f during past! days'', a !suet appear prevent ,.'
( '
: :./ ccssful season for our vegetable growers city, but for its adornment.COllllESPOmtEXCK. fruit from coming to maturity, or to in the LC'II\'e.t' Navunuah..TucsduyAfternuiInSattar-of llridydlm- -
( '-'- least affect its! quality. We recently: saw some
I "should, now be insured, ; day Afternoon.Arrie Only Direct Line to New York.
boxes which markedin
t'I\ ......-_ unloading, Jm was 1 ernandina..1Ycdncsha': Morning,
t : letters "Genuine Florida
conspicuous: ,
t Morning.ArriveMaeksonvillc..Wednesday( .
I TnosR lots in the who allow tron/ed with the Sunday
i. owning city, Live Oak. : Oranges, grower's names Noon.Arrive .

them Inclosed for use as! 'gardens! should. The rain which commenced last: Monday etc. This:"i is !shrewdly making "virtue ofnecessity Pul.itkit............Wednesday Evening.UOIMI :: .
and it be that those whose
; : may !
i 'Oll1pct! the lessees! !' to erect a more sightly morning before 11<'Fernandina continued groves!> are now free from the defect will be ; NOKTH.

fence than is done in the majority of case! (long' after I retired for the night at Lake' looking, fora method by which theirorangcs City af! Jf""UII-

t and\ they !lhlu1tlatolo: make them place such City and sent thrills of joy through the can be "bronzed." and thus: increase in Leave I':,lat ku.............Thursday Afternoon.( \.
losel.'Fheso' value.-AiHrriritn Leave .facksimmeflle............:Thursday! Night,
fences on the linen of the lots hu .
heart of every man, woman and boy connected . Leave Yrtumdina..Siinday; ::, Friday. THE: FINE STEAMSHIPS: ,
niggling, fences! of-strips! in many with the great vegetable business, .. Arrive Savannah..Monday Morning, Saturday -
'fEL1 Dennis! what It: Socialism: ?
it parts: of the town, are an eyesore: and a disgracq except perhaps! railroad, express( : and wharf "Listen. This! is: .Socialism. You and 1 go ,: .Morning. ., WESTERN: TEXAS

a to n place of this! size, and detract very clerks. These doubtless think there would Into beer shop Yon otter to stand treat jJrt; Cltll'k- #? ,. .CAIT. H1NES, ...
Leave F'I'n/i III Ii na.1'ucsday! Evening i Friday .
ftn greatly from the appearance of our city. have been night work enough anyhow. and YOU pay for it ; then 1 offer to stand treat Evening.: / lJ.'.* .. '
11 and again fur it." "Yes! but what ) CITY: OF DALLAS,. .
you pay
--- ---- To all tillers of the soil' tho rain indeed Arrive Savannah..Wednesday. Night Saturday \
was ,
; & .
if I am a Socialist too? "Then the beer \". CAIT. RISK.
most lL'c'c'l'tulll'-fulling upwards seller must imv." lint !suppose' :' he it: a So .
:.-On both trips'! South and North '
I 1 I }
1 i Voin/Htny Order -No. 1. HO gently as to bar readily absorbed, leaving All trips! terminating and starting from i Fernandina for.wvYork.,. (','cry"'riln)"

Until otherwise: directed, this! company t thereby none of t the damaging effects of Just Received : Fernandina connect with Transit ltailruadExpress'I'rain i (to suit the tide). r transfers.
drill each Monday : to and from Jacksonville, and i. This lint, haying. no to make
will hold its regular weekly "water sheets" or touring( Hoods" so common 2iX barrels: Flour between- '
there with $Steamers! to and from all landings
I 8 p. in., in tho building near the railroad almost at this of the 300 sacks Corn.
everywhere season/
1 150: ) barrels Pearl n rist on the St. Johns: also to and from Gainesville FERNANDINA AND NEW YORK,
south side, of ('ntreltrl'.t, formerly year. 100 barrels K. I). Meal. Waldo, Cedar Key, etc. Tickets arq .
m'cupletH John l\( ('Kcnde. The more thirsty lands! around Lake City, 50 boxes Racoii. /sold through to and from all the above Often the

By order of Capt. C. W. Yulce. and of similar character in other counties, 300 bales Timothy Hay. ]pints, and when Steamer City of Bridgeton, BEST 'AXD CHEAPEST TRANSPORTATION -
throu h between Savannah und Pulat-
T. B. LivixiwroN 200 wicks Oats. ku. TO .'LOlUD.8Un'm;.
t were suffering more than those in the "flat. J !

i First Strgtmit. Woods" from the drouth, and the timely bv rail between Feniandina and Jackson Vegetables and Fruits will receive specialcare
Wanted at Once: vine
visitation was sooner appropriated by the in handling.
30 barrels Florida Syrup. For State-Rooms Tickets, and all other
; IN of the smaller cities towns
I, many growing plants. 300 bushels Seed Potatoes. particulars! apply to the following Agents PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS ARE
throughout this country they have building Beans may be regarded us the chief vegetable and Offices: FIRST-CLASS.

? associations, especially among the young r- Savannah Ga.-Cor. Bull and Bryan Sts.
product in all this section of country. Xotlce. The traveling are offered the advantages

men of the place. These serve the purposeof AH the first crop peas, receive considerable Office JTourt-From 8:00: A. i.. to 7:00: p. ... opposite Pulaski and Screven House. of a DIRECT LINE, WITHOUT
Fernandina Jo'lu.-At Hote
life insurance companies, in a great measure Money Orders and Registered Letters from Egmoiit ANY CHANGES. Connections made at
I attention to limited extent Irish
I ; a and to Jno. I. Roumillat
Capt. Agent.
and managed and those &00 A. M. to IKK: P. ...; and from 2:00 1'. M. Jacksonville with} all steamboats for all
: bejng by among cucumbers and tomatoes are likewise! grown; Jacksonville, Fla.-Comer Bay and Pine
to 3:30 P. H. Sundays from 10:30: to 11:30: A. points on the St. John's, Ockluwaha. and
j who are all well known one to the other, but beans constitute the great stapletheold ... and.3:30: tp 4:30: 1'. M. Sts., Dr. L'Engle's: Drug Store; A. C. Lan- Indian Rivers and with the Transit Railroad
must necessarily have more creditability phere Ticket Agent. ; A. L. Hungcrford, Fernandina for all railroad stations
i reliable-tht harvest that is confidently ARRIVAL AND ErARTVRK or THE MAILH. Agent.St. .
; t and certainty with their member Why to cash balances. Northern Mail Arrives Fla.-On the R. F. in Florida)
expected| give satisfactory daily at 10:30 A. M.Hoses Augustine, Bay,
have not our'citizens started such an association The extensive luinbcr mills of Messrs. 3:00 p. *. Armstrong, Agent. FREIGHT AND PASSENGER RATESAS
..In:our city? Southern Mail Arrives 3:30: p. M. : Palutka, Fla.-Lilienthul Brothers ft: Co.. LOW AS BY INDIRECT LINES.:
Thompson& Hart,of Lake City, turns out,at "
Closes 10:00 Agents.
: A. M..St. '
cost of twelve and half cents each five Thro\Jgh Rates and Bills of Lading
a Mar'', and Tradfr'i mil Mail- GUSTAVE LEVE
i THB Nassau Light Artillery met for the to all points.
I ; hundred vegetable crates per day. This Arrives Tuesdays] and Fridays at 2:30: p. )I. General; Passenger Agent. !
For Information
first time in their hall on Third street on passage or further apply :
new W.RltY.
continues for about three months, aggregating Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00I.! to s
Tuesday evening, for weekly drill ; the attendance /S*. Marv'" Oa., only- General Agent SavannahJ. BOUTHWKM
s some 40,000 crates ; quite an item. Of W. Agent, vFeniandina.
Arrives Mondays and at 8:00 N. ,
was quite large, and the manual of : A. M. \,
this number seventy-five' cent and 2 =311 11 Manager. r.
probably jer Tuesday Fridays : p. :M.
FI the _bre'hlch was the Instruction for the at 9:00 C. II. MALLORY A CO., i iPier
r are used for beans. Wedn'wlaysandSat'days : A.. x.CIses
:20 East River New York. 2 tf
evening'was executed. NT. MARY'S RIVER PACKET.
quite creditably By
Tuesdays, Wednesdays+ ,
The average yield of beans '"per acre is estimated
the next meeting the guns' will be in the Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 p. x.
at seventy-five bushels, and the cost S\ML. T. R'IWIELI., 1*. M. FLORIDA AND HAVANA
hall and the regular drill resumed. The
} ,
of producing a bushel is about as follows ; "
Nassau's have little "ITTEEKLY: FAST MAIL SERVICE.
4J a :very pretty armory, fertilizers...................................... .7 MARINE r
l and when the' furnishing is completed it will Seed ......... .................................... .0 ,
be a pleasant place for the meeting members (Iukivatiot./. .....................? U Port of Fernandina.
with friends, or for social entertain Crate' ............................................ 121 TIn: STEAMER: FLORA,
Transportation! by express ............? 37i HIGH WATER.
men ts. 8..._... 7:15 7:37 JOHX Ricn\Rrox
Saturday, May : A. M. : P. M CAPT. ,
To which is to be &I.ldccll'tJlUmlll..ion for 11IIu
Sunday 9... ... 7:53" S:17":
The Feniandina Bar. Monday, 10........ 8:32: : 8lii1"( WILL RUN ON THE: MARY'S RIver
A Committee of the Board of Trade of It is claimed that the succeeding crop of Tuesday IL...... !U3" 9:35dnesfay during the season as follows : I
W 12....... 0:52 10:15 EVERY: MONDAY Performed by the new and >-
sweet or cotton the beans are e : : : Leave ST. :\hR\ and I
Feniandina is in Washington in the potatoes After sidcwheeO
now Thursday, 13.....?10:32: lOM" THURSDAY{ MORNING at C o'clock, for pointed steamship ADMIRAL ( J.a' ,
i interest ut that bar. The bar as now is u taken off, more than pays the rent of the Friday, 14........11:13.: 11:37": FEKXANDIXA ; and will leave FEKXAXHIN.Vsame the following schedule: \

good one for ordinary coasting steamships land and expense of cultivating the first or days at 8 a. in.; for CAMP I'INCKNEY Leave Cedar Key on Tuesday morning. I

and vessels, but steamships for ocean trade bean crop.Col. and all intermediate landing*! on the river. (Passengers from Savannah leave by steamer
COMME11CIAL.Fernandina Returning EVERY: TUESDAY: and FRIDAY City of Bridgeton on Saturday 4 p.'m. Leave
and l be built and Thompson, of the firm of Thompson
now building to are larger will arrive at MARY'S at 5 p. m., Feniandina or Jacksonville! by Transit! Railroad -
c have more draft, and it I is necessary to construct & Hart has u beautiful place one mile from Market.CORRECTED touching! at FERXVXDIS train Monday morning), Arrive at

vessels of more carrying capacity to Lake City, where truck: farming is extensively WEEKLY BV WM. LAWTEY. On WEDNESDAYS: and SATURDAYSwill Key West Wednesday morning. Arrive at

make cheap freights tu and from foreign and successfully ('lirriaIlIn. Spirits Turpentine, per gal........ :27 leave ST. MARY'! at 8:30 a. m., and can JIa'ana'l.'Cneschn"leave'Ilavana stem on. .
Rosin bbl............ "5 be chartered for excursions toDungeness Returning, Thursday even
common ty i
The of seed-drill horse-hoes and cultivators per ,
: countries. It is probable that this committee use Tar... in market. I ing. Leave KeyVcst! Friday morning. Ar

will get an appropriation. Outside from its and other improved agricultural Crude Turpentine..............none in market. rive Cedar Key Saturday morning (and at
local and State importance, the nation has a implements, should commend itself to everyone e.ttona Island in the seed... 41 @o 5 and other points of interest in the vicinity Jacksonville Railroad and Fernandina by Transit
Saturday evening and at Savannah
+ direct purpose to serve in having u harbor for engaged in vegetable culture. Not only ernandlna-Retail Market.CORRECTED of Fernandina.Through. by steamer City ul Bridgeton Monday morn.

national 'vessels: which can be easily protected will they economize wed, time and labor Hills of Lading hag), thus forming the shortest! i>o ssible! sea
by fortifications. There are borne of but from more regular distribution and thor- BV A. NOTES, route between the United States and Cuba.PASSAGE .
roar Cumer Ctutrt autl -cvnd &rrclr.FLOOR MALLORY'S LINE of Steamers to all
m our people that think tlu..rtdllun antagonism oughllth'utlon of the plants, will result a points on the St. :\lar"l*. : RATES.

as between the two bars ; I do not. On the larger; harvest rEED, ETC. Ctibiii. Lnlr.i.
Flour barrel. .$7 50 8 00Meal. Savannah to Havana._.,_
of there per : Close Connection<< 4i32 0* $48 50
that If either both bury During the month April were
i-ontrary, I or .....t... :3 lii.)@ 4 00 Fernandina to Havana20: (JO 3j s w>
i are improved they will separately and tour dripped from lake: City to Northern and Grits; 3 73<(8 4 00 made with the New York and Savannah Jacksonville to Havana ,... :20 00 34.'O

bined benefit, not only Jacksonville and Western markets 175,000 |>ounds: of vegetables lI3r, !)4<(S)) 121 Steamers. Mark all goods, "Care of Steamer For staterooms and tickets apply to LJoV'J 1-;.

t-ection of Florida. by Bacon........ 71(4 9 t'lafii, Fernandina"GOOD fc ALDEX'S Tourist Offices.
Feniandina,' but every cxpr.y.1Vell'orn Com, per bushel.: .... 70 Railroads may combine and rule with an the next station westwardships.VIO Rice ............ 71 ft 8 *. Excur>;ionbts and Tourists! will II. A. CALLAN. Agent.

i iron will freights oh laud,' building up or ) to iOO) crates of l beans per week. Butter.............?. 2'M> 35 find this: a very attractive trip, as the scenery Fernandina-Egmont HotvU A. L. MELLEX -

checking the growth of town or country,but Live Oak \ to be improving somewhat I"lnl.llt'r pound. $ 10 is grand and alligators and other game, are Agenr. ,
IH Hay. ir its) .. 1 24(4 1 SO abundant.For I Ja'koOI\\'iI1e-tmer Bay and Pine streets*,
no corporation, however irigantiCj can con. New buildings are to seen in many Self Raising Flour.................. U :!> @ 9 50txll further Information apply to A. C. LANP1IEKE.; Asrentf:

F trol transportation on ocean, river, lake or places, prominent among which is a neat i...*..........*......*...**........*...., 1 H {*y 12l: JOHN RICHARDSON:: t the rB.. F. f.
canal.Ctov. TaUabunec Florultaa. looking lJ'(!>'rlanl'bun'h, There, how Oats, i>er bushel.! ..............?..?. GO & 25-t( Fernandina, Fla. STRONGuageal.Us: utf


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