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Florida mirror
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Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
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Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
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May 22, 1880
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
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"Democratic" <1880>.
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Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
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Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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i VOL. II. FBRN1NDIN1FLA.. SATURDAY l MAY: '!'!, 1880. NO. U. 141:110;;' ,

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CUR II/:SI".Y"1\'I-:. Yet this lesson\ will only be learned\ experience SI.1 1t: il\'t'1V i I Ot'IIt1IW. .\ MIVH.: !suit was doiided I I .vestcnt.iy I: in I ..,,11 ok' '

and pretty bitter at Unit ; few if any. The orange groves: in this vicinity did I not Suj'roine faiiotl/ Court I. An apprentice, I IW drtcrtcd( In)
I hint I. i i1 to properly his trade; a<< a cot,
and the Ic'\1
lfitrfhnriir.Ietif bloom a!* full as usmil this s'1 111e, '
being willing to profit ,by, the! blunders. of damage from his (' s Ithlr '
Minor.: I was nn a visit to :Starkc: An inccn,liaryattenlpd to burn Lodvvith' coming crap of orangts: will hardly: be as ohtniH.l ettmploy'er ; ,' \
others.The. large n,1t va'ti. setl"t'llr-.w''rfl, t'liifi. 11' I'c't."I'f] 1"1" he" ;
l lint week uiut foiiml; \ w \'l'rllll'nl'cr thenfor block, in Jacksonville} on the night of the \past ? )
1 Hold crops, cotton" and coin look chi Journal. : fsonth, Carolina .
crop'n'1srts..f .
re /
lath, frustrated by being discovered in Tit | tUI
me. :Since last September I have been residing i was
healthy\ hut IIrl'li"ite. barkw anl. I In many .\ e rrespoiident' the Oraufii' (1mm.N lifiiortrr suit the growing crops us brine in a ( : ,
at Magnesia f :Spring': ", near this place 1 time to quench the flames before much favorable condition more t fertill/ors
/ : ;
; places tot ton is lint.Net ( hal.1K'ti| out an.l.cry \ brines forward: the name'of lion'. ( ,,- iTop
damage vvm done. One Ddwnrd:( Hettiliniwns and the labor more cttU lent than for /
\Ve have I\'rl'\ bountiful and healthy toun- the outturns! rains liinibus Drevfor the nomination 1 Itthc' w/lc'rl
mind long .
andonoof thebest farming communities grassy ; : supposed to be time iucen.ltaryand\ I being Itl'II"I'I'atic'l'lttr for, 'iovernor.A years: past Tho stand: of cotton !i. (.". illl '
try / will add l the of freeing ,
materially to difficulty the finest known tor several : ,).1
in Thousands of arrested I, confessed eliunke'iu'is t cause 'lat'4)uoot.
Ilc: t rioiiila. crates Polk, '
it. Political gathering may some WIIIN Mav( !I-Thc' '
I TO>, Signal "
vegetablesere/ grown this season around hl'nrllllpllnlhl' situation. Farm la rl\Hirers* )Dr. Theodore llartiidgo: has: : nturnctlfroinHaltimoio few miles on t the other side of It.utowwo .' I'taliol ar Kev West: ,,Fla., report to ( 1 nnd p'

our lake Torn in this immediate e-ommu- are, it I is :said heiotnim scarce in certain localities : and it seems pmbablo that the "aw quite a number of brain.lies that Chief:Signal; Olm) 'or as Ii,loTh.. '|, ,Till vt.rv I., ,
pity is unusually promising, and with a lewinou eiporation upon his e>ye's, for the removal of were the loveliest 1 ivir : not by c'IIIIjl'atilllfmll1 wC'l'k""
every ; the water is c'l'ti'l'Il\ M>londid. The country \- struck o by; while
was : n oqu.ill entoiiiu
weeks:' of favorable weather the torn oatariK, will bo \permanently !"11I'I'c'oof"I.-: { '''< win ,
the :Mate, but b.removal. I to titles and wo passed through iHtwceii Hartow and haibtir and was e'lipsi/ed, .\ steamer is
crop will lie greatly: ahovothc average. Cotton towns, and union with the large company 1>il'.lut t o'clock )p. iii, on the I 17th insf., 1"'l't; Moiulo! was the lillt'lt"c.. :saw o on our of her." 'I 1'OlllK .
U10I/.ll' '
is small unit( 1'0111'tanll" with a lc'l'arrl'lotl' of Miss!Clara M. Fairbanks: youngest daughterof jmirney. On 1'1'I\I'hill; Fort Me-ido we 1'11111111 |,msrl | \ ,;
without sensible
of iriii>tfiiiiy<, means ( ,
I AT the Northern Methodist ( tl.I
than for ..C'U'l' claim to Samuel and Juliet Fairbanks.-J nL'onti'lle quite a pleasant! and pretty little I village.Peace "
/ many support other than hunting fishing, and : < Cntk, the stream that'thc. tllwlIl.. sit- now in srssionat'Incmnnntiat'5'dlitiorl( t 'I I(::1:1):
\have the host orange! country in the State, gathering wild,('rril'!!. ViTOR.TultafuiHitrc Sun ami 7Vi...... uatod IIIII. isquitobeaiitilul l ; the ...lrc'c'I..III".c''I'I' ull'1c'll' requesting candidates for the i t 1l.' llll''I'I

as proof of which wo have larger/ trees: dipt.\ MoDaniol, of the Cumberland Uoute, largo and handsome oaks through answer the questionsDo: you l I.'tin I

,than any other part of the :-tllt: ('. My I neighbor / I is now selling excursion tickets to the ('hi.l'II them ami I onlv wish wo bail a few scrim lobaioo1' Do von iisoiiltoholio 1 i I
? The resolution was rcti'r '
111forl C'llo
trees in tbosdeets of Saiifonl. This C'III111h'wilIltl'nt
Atkins gathered lust fall, from n tree The region of country between) Montieello ;O Convention. (;C'I1. Ledvvith and ColItisbee Orange when the railroad tomes, committte on icvisaN.. 'lld,

nineteen years: old, ten thousand good sized and Tallahassee comprises\ the centrethe left on the train this moming for niitl in a fl'w'C'II'I: there t will bo thousands t : Tin now 11'01 steamboatll\ >ni'j, to I""hour'I I II..

orange" This tree is: from sweat seed. The very heart of the great cotton section of Chicago via Wn lalllp.toll. Capt. McDaniel of orange's to ship fioin hero ; but let Orange 1'l'twl'C'1 Xevv York city and Allia'n.v: ., is h ,

body, a single !!stem i is eighteen/ inches in Middle\ Florida. I Is always* prepared to give any information boat of throe things, nail that is a railroad, pected to make twenty-four miles \ Ullltill 1"11.

diameter ; spread of limbs twenty-eight feet, These rich old lay 1:1I\11"l'rolll1r1l1g, in that may lie dared on railroad' matters.liretze. .- Iatttitistitlll'stemimmieralltl can boast of those but good not' smiety.of tin 1'011.-Orange 1 train speed\approximating\ mslm'sdmly to that 1111 :

height thlrt .-ti\'c feet. The same party has m mine instance, as many as: thirty crops lbrrrrlN'ndeIrc.tinntiud Ill gil.l'Itf made sixteen mile's.11 luring thiity-a!le"l'IIII,11 trip Jiids|''f but

trees !Ii:dl'l'n'l'nt'4. old from seedwith trunks without manure, were at one time considered The Mice Mill Company e-ontemplatos\ the nnm. '(iiinah+ X'I" r tasteflit ofndnutesS

.."> I us large. Many others have groves not to h\l',111\I tiLle. And so they might 11I'l'prll"11 erection of a three-stury rice mill in this PulMku bus: agreed! to build a dock for the Tin <'otton 1Innt'r'4 ('''I\'C'ltIOI of :ll, d I)

F he excelled in the State. Our lands are too for a generation or two, had they city.t -"Tell it not in (Jath, publish it not railroad company, to curt not exceeding ten Mississippi: whc'h 1.t at New .
heap now, but certainly will not be so very been level ; but Ill'in'l'r broken, defective \ I is thousand dollars.For (leans on the 1Mb ., passed -!" Mindomsligtlie
Askelon but there startling ruluorthat
long. A railroad surveying party has just cultivation long since permitted the influences!! arc at work to un 1 the last ten or t twelve 'curs: the orange ingtleright Mississippi, ('Ollli4sICI.the (' all; I I'l'

located n line through/ our midst, to run rains! to transfer the rich surface soil to the and (' c.tl1"II'rowill interests:'! of this sev- State Cotton tCr'lre l c'ntntlolll uNo "our.:
independent ticket for the legislature./ That !; ( :
1'alatka to Gainesville etc. and Major tloll has by fur :surpassed our most: sanguineexpectations. out
(from valleys below. the sale of IIc'l"l ,1
nominated n week or two ago ciiine a long : We have good health The l'otOI (
Hoard man, the general manager) etc., was From the nature of the large majority of way short of pleasing evcry1m.nly.-s the summer season Is long though pleasant, as TIIK Urunnw irk, (la., fair proves! u I'rmltit'ery.
out to the Springs on last Saturday and the population in this: beautiful\ and valuable we arc fanned by the breezes from the Atlantic : One colons! rider in the scrub
euekling of once :saved the proud city pilg
assured m( that the road will be built and portion of our :State; the munli of improvement goose to the (Unit'] As to our I'utuio no one was thrown and badly Injut'l'11 The rc' ,
of Home from Ileltrnl'tloll,140 the midnight/ ('Imlrl"Ud what this: country will ,he ; but was: quite an exciting ImSeltiK
that at an early day. I close:' this: with nn I is necessarily slow. The old established :' uhlhlllll. I -
devotee's of keno last night, prevented what judging; from the )present' we anticipate unparalleled the high winds: til thlC' ; I I
invitation to visit meat my ),('autifulI'ring:: !! prejudices: of i ignorance are not ; You lt''uil
might have been a disastrous I'm :So it1I1'l'1n:4 prosperity us u State: emit /It e'npsi/.ed last buov, but
Mini test their life-giving properties. easily overcome : audit is only where the that the enticing live as hail iily I and\ cheaply here as any- crew were promptly rC'I'I'llt anti the Jre'nf vMoo
: everything, even
"ti./t '
Jfuy 18. C. A.S. colored farmers arc under,the exl'lullvl'l'on- whc'fl'-I'fI lliraltl. righted .
trol of the intelligent/ white landlords that game just mentioned\ has its udvuntugox.JacUtinnHlc / .- VbliiNfu. TIIK: full amount of stock, $. KI.IXN), ketl
I'ntoii. been Hubseribcd to the Jat.
Montlcello. any evidence of thrift is vi dhle. Under these Orange City has been made a money order ihl'y'111 tl'
Agustu (let rgin, the nh irk : a
This: well-built town, prettily located circumstances! both parties-landlord and! Escatnbla. olfico, tot,n {nto'lfl.t.ln JII1'W,* I feel like to $( ( lluildlng materials: have\ tor ; .
Pensncola all West crowing a little, but have l't'II\'huh,1! t to ICMI.OII.
against putit
,{ :among the fruitful hills of Jefferson county, h'nallt-lIrc doing well, and if left to themselves quarantined ; oil'till another tllIIl'IIiliIUmllt! \11( nlli the work will be !' ,
India vessels the 1st inst.Vn !/ ,
t ;, is a source of pride to Middle Florida, and : would continue to advance, and an : on "iiushe'dtoe'ompletion. Thi"lt'wc'oton \nl ,I\

/.;J well might/ he to the whole State. '1'hierearer era of general prosperity soon dawn upon attempt to release\ n prisoner from thecutntty OEXEtlAL 1NTKLLKJKXCK.FornrKKN of It is Augusta.HON.thought. will aIM lOM til | (I, (.'

more substantial, encouraging evidences of the black belt lint unfortunately, einissasaries : jail in Pensiunla was made lust week HANKOIID I'::. ('I'IC'I, Chief JII rr"r 1"' ,

rCl'ul rathcenergyandthriftolrmrvahlelmerethan of the devil, like Hicks, the blasphemer by three colored men. They release-done 1 deaths: from yellow fever unreported the Ctmrt ur Appeals York, died

in any part of the Middle yet visited. in constant and favorablccommunication prisoner, but he was! afterwards recaptures\ hiring last week at Havana. !suddenly, on the afternoon, of the 14th ta.

The tire, which swept away so much of the with his Satanic Majesty, u every means: (iadstlcn.We PLVURO-PMTMOXU: I is: raging em Staten ut his! Church Albion, N. Y. ; cause II-
plexy. Judge was one of the 1('"
business! portion of the town, not a great that the lowers of darkness can suggest to rl'Cht',1111'l'lLch from Mr. X. X. Lambert Island, and I a quarantine should be ('!ltal-) }prominent Democratic politicians of I '

while ago, had, as often happens with determined destroy nil friendly relations})..Wing be- last: :Saturday; which was pulled from 111'1111.-\1 York IftraM.A State-, ranking in the trio of Seymour,

enterprising people, marked putifving tvvccn the colored man and his true friend, the tree on time llth inst. It WILHI'C"'l'lIlndll':4: A discovere'd: in the State Arsenal at cl,1 and lurch s,

effect. It wrought; of course, indi-! the! old o\\lIl'r\: of the soil. This, it is true, is in circumference Imdl'crl't.tI ripe. Mr. L. Albany, X. Y., was fortunately controllctbefore THE Hoard' of Health of lloston on 0

\'iIII11l1Imrlbhlp and loss, but the general l result u free country, and frl't..loll1oflll'l't'C'h one ofour rays!' he has!' bearing tree of this: variety } doing much damage. day lat! Ksue-d 1 ouarantlne orders, i
will into effe-e't June 1st till
I has been highly/ beneficial. Unsightly, priceless: birth-rights. Hut French interference which U! very tine, and always has 1full sels from go und whereby)
_\least\ $jfiIMMh'u:4: supplied I to have lien foreign ports any lust ;
semi-decayed wooden structures have given with the }politics of the United crop of fruit. Just think of it, a delicious\ \ United States or itritisil provinces that ne

m t plate to neat, and even elegant brick buildings States in the early days of the Kepuhlic, calling juicy peach on the 11th of May. l'1I1Iouth:: stake upon) the' Iiaulan-('uurtlie) luau race have tOll""lut any |I"'rt named in

6 ornamental und valuable to the town, forth the famous: sedition act us n self- Florida beat this ?-Ijuinry ,1'trtr.11111abotw. at Washington; on the tutu, Haitian was der, wi chtlln,1 at the quarantine

and calculated to exert a favorable influence protecting measure, does not compute with ." the winner.TIIK tnl.

upon the coming Immigrant. First impressions the diabolism of those ministers! in human !profile of the new line for the Nicaragua AI.TIIOIOII 111't. has l'l'l'l it good
The Tampa Tribune nays : Thc mail con stage of water, the receipts of timber at
being of a pleasant character, soon form who are straining every nerve to array tract between this port and Cellar Key has! Canal has I been made, and it is reported nun Ha., hlnI"'l'l small, and what

awaken a desire to know more.Montieello the bhuks: against the whites, and would exult been avvuidetl to Messrs. Miller 'v; Hender will lessen the cost" of the previous one given i rh"c'tllil" '( of poor tll lh'. Vessels

i is certainly an attractive place.It with fiendish delight in drenching the by M. )Do Ixsseps.IUsKim.1. tinuing to arrive tlll't. jirolmlilv ,
the contractors. We '
son, present are now whtiinlmgginsg I (
has good; churches: interesting zealous land in blood. assured: of n reliable mail "MTV'it'e-one that : plaving has fairly commenced} truul.tlil hewn, is quoted'lrgcl'l at $

preachers\ intelligent merchants, l'OIl1pdl'ntI'rofc'l'iollalllll'n The lapse of years: : has produced no very will not fail under ordinary iicunistumcs ; at the North, and the town that is too small $1.: ). and sawn at from $2 to &:?:' on \

refined society, ti well-to- decided change in the general upjtearance ofTallahassee. they have safe und c'oniforluhle steamships: to support a champion\ nine will not bo noticed average.iK.NKiti.; .

do newspaper) excellent schools, two hotels, : New buildings rise: up to take until frost.AN : ( : Jon II. (ioiiiHN has ( )
time esseimtials
efficient masters: and all : litreswiry his resignation us United; I 1 States Senator '
together with all the adjuncts which go to the places: of old ones swept away by lire, '
to make the route profltuhle to themselves immense mass meeting! of Conservatives icorgia., foveriior( Colquitt urged its
make u first-class! town. The surrounding or crumbling under the ruthless embraces of i drawal h'h'! but time
up FoidV by :
and u great loc'lIdit to the tiaveling !! was held in front of Hotel, rl'h.| :4l'llltlr'i'I
; country, which\ supplies!! the material for time. It I" Mill the "city of the hlll:4"-l'all-: ) public.\ lUehmond, Vu., on the night of the 1 IHIh ; I, ion! \J-lillul. Causes : desire to leave p
all this thrift, is unsurpassed in its agricultural tiful fur situation, with its majestic shade Leon. lie life, und the neee'sslticM of his pri
iKN; ( ) to K.IHN'! ) .
I persons hII !:x-(iovcrmmiir } h;, i
features by any section in the State. trees and gardens of exquisite, fragrant flowery The employee of the J. P. it M. Kail road of for the 1 J01,1
: X. J., has the honor of iniiugujuting "Illkt'l III :I 101.
I There is a very large proportion} of high, ; still the home of true refinement, inbred had an excursion to the banks of the ( 'hultl,-
a tiny legged 1 walking match. When Tin: fires oeciiring the week in
hootlieo u few days since. ; past
rolling; hammock and what i is known elegancies and social charms. Therace New Jersey and }Pennsylvania
( it reaches this it well to IInt' '
The steamer Jlflry"rrt11" dttaincd 1 oil' St. point, wire "II"C'IIl.fol'o"
Middle of noble and handsome
throughout Florida as oak and hickory intelligent men most cll.trl'lh'", The lore-st
Marks!! with u cargo for Tallahassee, owing to )'1111111111( it III the ground. !
lauds very fertile, durable ami well cultured women still occupy the old the failure of lighters: engaged to hewn hand. l former State have destroyed hundreds
in the .\1t'iU 'Purest t tires me rcxiicd| ( 1 as line's of timber lands ; ('crops' have '
adapted 1 to cotton, Migiir-cam; % the cereals, places, while the actors long-ago are The I'litr'tut, among other qualifications\ of horned, and many, houses swept uwuv I
garden truck fruit, ete. Verily this country now sleeping' quietly in the well-kpt cemetery George; ; "', Withcr-poon for Congress, says : raging/ ; the* Catskill mountains, Xcw York. time flames. A large |>orlion of

!lias only Itecome' known to be appreciated by. Hospitalities: are yet tlispensed' )Ii" (Mipularity us u minister of the ilospclin ; \ The whole hrovrof the ('lIt..k iIIot: near Kingston New Jersey has 1'1 burned 1 u\'r. }In '(

and rapidly settled.Possibly with inimitable I1rlI'C''II; characteristic of the .\, 31.1 K.: church his nnliotmdcd.\ We are said to l be one mass of "smoke and s>" a fire in the town of Milton I /
had heard' that way once the cast sir''yril| large ortion of the place :'tl
|III ,
4 flames.AT I ;
Jefferson friends 11I0.1: in the olden time,
too Tallahassceuns us
arc your
; HejKtrts Irom diHere.nt jxirtions! uf the icoplo urc left homeless, and the loss
tt in nuking; their proud inheritance known torrei}><.ink-lit can abundantly testify. county indicate thut the oat crop will not the fifteen annual meeting; of the National )'rol'I.ty is (.estimated fti.A ,INN.IMI( ,

to the outside world. If they really wish to Some of the older inhabitants of h more than pay fur the rust of harvesting, Teagy| IIC'C' :uiety, William i.I H.:

.hare their goodly land with some of the sexes, judging from their appearance, hoist taken on an IIvcru .-Mrs./ : M. D.) Papy. I|JOII I \\'a"lt''iIt'dc"I'J''sidc'lI; } 1. From .Florida. from CmIU"tHlouul.the New
petition Turk
has in her flower garden u flower rare in this
worthy families seeking home's in our sunny have discovered the spring that Ponce tie section. It is the IJlo1I11IIf "Sage Pulm" Itev. "'III. M' wtll was rhosn one of the Cxehunge: for the passage of u bill. trI

lime, they must advertise. This !U the Leon so eagerly; jet 'fruitlessly sought, amimy and must bo seen to be appreciatetl. The \'\\-1 l'risitlt.mmt'u. ring Uedbx-s J.lllul. in New York hnrI

"Ht'ret of development in other places and if good friends ( '01. iambic, ('al't. Dyke fctcm ot the palm is lu-rhaps} less! than two i J'II"nU"Ty.1t J.mrrs'f: New York, whose from the War to the Tre-asury Depart
int lies ,diam fur use for marine | (., was
feet in height ant some ten in I lu.liull"Url'tl
they are at all in doubt as to arc-liable llIl.thtill and Dr. Jumes 1atadniPlawho look
youngerand eter. The long narrow leaves have shot out i name has been generally mentioned us the t I!lllt'c,1 by Mr.I
of reaching the public, we would suggest fresher than they did twenty years ugo, '.. TIl conimitteo on oiinting
about midvvuy of the stem und form u |-crfcc I proper und !probable Miuc-sMor to 1 < (masterGeneral 1..J'l't
the columns of the Florid Jfrru\ Printer'sink will pardon the liberty I take of Diluting to "t collar, while on the top of the stalk the ; Key in u letter to Alison ute bill to fix of
has accomplished, wonders, and is "still aI'ower them in proof' of what is above affirmed. I to flower those has who ui.I) ]'have varesl.never It will seen be anything u curiosity of I ( imeniiicr.f ('ulIJ.n.: ...., de lines flit' iNh turn for Prtsldent,1111.1 I I to Ul provide for

| in the land. might also in this fl"'IOC'f.t mention the nalUl' sition.Ir rounting ,.
the kind und will repay u visit.-Tullaluuue ,1 .I't..turl'ut./ 'fll'IIS&
The management, of the principal public of several }ladies, but the proverbial senst-! l'bridir". < ixirtitl a ( :t
U in
thought by prominent) lawyers
school of Montieello calls for u passing notice tivencsM of the sex on the subject of age Let'y. joint rul.lir the counting votes tor "t'C'
California that the Supreme and the plan pursued by its trustees makes it of at }least doubtful propriety. They Captain: )Miller we understand. bus purchased Ke-urney without treating serious The Senate l't''ill'lt Judiciary\1'l.I'f'IIIl1t'uJlulttl' voted to

might be profitably adopted by larger towns, look harming now, and that In sufficient.Xo : a splendid little steamer to run up report bae'k, and recommend I for passant'' I.
the uwalml'e. He houlo, welearn, bought compilation, He fully realizes thut thecitizens
A teacher is engaged for the scholastic} year, necessity for the use of degree of com- with I few verbal unic-ndnieiits, Mr. Ua\'-
to between this
a new steamer run pointundPensaeola. of San Fruuci ico: will stand no inureof to regulate the and
of ten month!' at a certain salary.. He has I'ari4J11. .-Dr. MellvuineU getting/ along Ids noiiKcnse.AT ar.IIII'J'nt deputy nianshals. |pmuy for .l'nk(up/lllhit./
nothing to do with warrants. If the "'11111O1pIrol.riatt't1 I had several culls from the renowned splendidly with his hotel. The dining-.rfltJlIII. erence to feslend ( t

by the County Hoard of Public 31 iddle Florida colored drummer Tom Ma is nearly completed and l several other r
Instruction Is i insufficient, as it commonly son. I regret my inability to report his{ are (being finished tiI-i\\ .Itr JCry J'Iud..1IarI0l. { detlaretl Ids intention to appointHon. was ,' I"l.l.1 under 81"II'ntl0110| ( the ril! ,
.. Horace Maiiurd of on Monday ,
E the case, the deficiency is made up from private "fejwth of welcome tim me. It was' altogether TenneMsiv. wilecwsl Forel
Mr. Harris U now shipping. ku"t,* in I' Judge,; Key un PoMtMantrrffrncnil.Mr. pn.
.4\J sources. This arrangement gives the [private, in my J'1l1lm-th'rcrurc unexpected, rjuautities 3UO bushels at a fchipiiicnt.' He U at minister resident palut cof the TuilericU to rcMoiv.l
1.4 r*' teacher an assured support fur the year, and and I was unprepared to take notes. He hDemocratic has only about four hundred, res pUntcil.ThU Mujnurd .present ulll'ut\'rh'tllntu a grand French National

.:. relieves him of the great annoyance and to his finger' ends, and though I tells the story of Marion county *\1.\ at Constantinople.It museum.

loss of trading off hi* school warrant crippled up a good deal with the -Tile wet weather has given a fresh startto 11'estchster county, X. Y., the cople| Tate liritUh. hark 'Juc"t"i", from JVnsaiula
rIteUJJUJ.-1 the orange fever Mr. Condon has been U on the Kentish Knot, the
Much ) the Wdlf' on '
From the Huwannce sliver wl'IItwarelmar- tit, says hit tjvrttt are as young setting out trees around hU rt'tiolt'IJl'e.- are very frighteius by flt'l'r&la- &,fWal(. 'I't

ket gardening rapidly diminishes, both in he was u boy. There are enough I 1.emq ile living on Lake Weir tionn committed by a wild beast, ruiiMsedG | TiiEKei I. ) that the strike flee

extent and variety. In this: vicinity Irish The crops in this immediate vicinity are to make a gllttll..I ..1 village, if they were ) \IJC, a !Loather escapol from home traveling the cotton fJIratlvt hope at among tfrmiiiate i

|potatoes and melons are elderly grown, but I looking well. Cotton iiotwi forward as us (Mr.'oncentrat William'ted Mctiahugin in a M* tioii. und A few fauaily''eru years ago nbow. Many dogs and other unlmuU have ali tm' great Jac'kbur l wi!'>-

even these would lie classed as small inte-r- 11&1. but healthy and generally clean the bole inhabitants. We Ill'lIen'u"aill" been killed by it. venttsl.TIIK .

$' tats by vegetable producers further east. I The J. P. AM.: Ilailroud throughout its I Carney' indu triom and able i....n nude the THE Panama )Hoard I of Health hate decide I mdon i-orrt*[(oiident uf the Live-r-

There is the usual complaint of dishonest whole extent is in excellent repair. The Lake theteiitreof attraction. ft U tonUy.fjrala .- I I that though the yellow fever is.ut hmoulas /.'. <'"tt.. that n-slgnution{ Henry as JUrtle liovcrnor-f Fn-rc

fomigners; an evil which it would sees roail-beil U smooth, the cars(comfortable! Manner I Panama it has not yet been declure l an 1 the 'UIO( uC<( the trains generally on time, all of which I
inu t c-crwt itself after awhile. Hut want betoken good management. Monroe. epidemic, and that clean bilU! uf health I .A 1'11 dispatch says herious. rioting. !n

of proper care in sorting and packing, will, Time kteanuhip .fduairallulAtle her fast trip will be {Issued until official notice U given j I conneition witli{ the'strike otvurred jesttr-
from the Moru Castle the I which 1
to quarantine day at llaubix, during the sed.lkrx
:( it is believed, if particularly investigated, be Kx-fiorEK3toK: .Four i>t Tennessee, di ..l buoy in seven hours and live minute*.- I that the disease has xumod un epidemic : churgcsl the nub Further m-riuiw ,li.lo---
found a very fruitful cause for poor kales. un the 10th in*t. Kry Writ lJ; lillI/,. form I I ants are apprehended.

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THE FLORIDA!+ MlltllOll : MAY 22. I

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1. i : ; llJ '7JtlMst'lt.i1.B.I1 1 ;; ; i : ; ; 'hl ; ; : ---- --' guarded, in his and :seeing a sheet of paper' "101 the 101)1.
': or other time in her life, that : hud a thick ing that she considered him a e. Theyexciiarlgerl lighted. He was Ilwllr took it otr.: shook the dint and, with
vail! to cover her beauty and bhl I"! Tllc'I I letters daily-each seeming to bel'8(1c8yun'iug : comments, howev r, us: seemed 1 to fear difficulty, read us:* follow.-" :
t lit 1AVJ+ u couple of ragged) ) I and, vermin came 1 fusilade of small nrius, us I :sort of to outdo. the oilier in expressions : that, unless: I he remained I on good \'r1Itl: come. "Ilnttl-L0ye 1 is a :sleep, ill which fl 11111rlallf
i :IIIIII"itl'III'ro\I'c.ttlr' \ wandering\ about' ono gunpowder 1 !lJlkI1'nt l to the cheering, nndI of iflcction ; and all this time tie woman I thc IU\Ijc'r. he might lose his, Ih.rh ing jovs which rise before! him in '
(i of t the :spurs 01'1 the Sierra discovered: goldnn I /10111 \it shook, the mI. Ai treated 111'1 lover so coldly in pres I' : (' !he would Imiigabmit: in architecture which the imuginutV.n ,
article for which they bad been u.ysjduous'lysearching : i moment later her band was {grasped; by thosupple 1'11'1'1' her }hiihund that on 1II'III'U'ill the ''IItbox..ln' for days: with I bill' ; 1'lllt':!t tires i of rcuringu|>on t the clouds.1
; for !some months.; : Immediately 1 I' }, linirers of Heggs.: who hastened to be took her to trvk for it. "hil'h 'W IIIX 'I< to collect. I J'Wl i at lioino. amid the II'n'hetlll.!
? dxing\ their hungry; optics to the fragment extend his apologies for the incompleteness If \'olllnl't like the 1U1, \0\should at I On one ('c'Iiol he delivered. 1 lecture in castleof:his dreams: h"l'oll'as !ol"III
fr, auriferous rock, they gave a :shout of of the preparations( ,for the reception, and theutter least: remember that he 1 is a 11'111.111/ I the tllat.c', on the .Life of Charlemagne, I tint : hi- view the :,
delight! drove down a stake, 'fixed a notice 1'\'lI'ofthc.irl'xl'C'1iol. treatI I llll with IIoltc'IH: 4." I and lo'l..1: and gesticulated for an hour l 11.1n : I 1
of location and anuouncod the birth of A and hatted I ," tinreply, the light of tnlimv to ab the prattle lt'l. !
anew fl'r II\tn 1alle tl' !'speech "ll'UI't l'llhltl' 11 wU\I was I half by i (ludI' resiwmsivc lips: 01 I his: 'faithful wife.! llu .
town, calling the same Treasure( Peaks.: will t. first respectable woman ever seen and the ""Ij.t Iltllpt.,1 I 1olulc emptiness, : weaving his }\I.I oratoryto ti of all his 1 hopes.und : .
When the place, Wai dubbed) Treasure :k:, Heggs seriously ('CI.idlrl(I I the I TIle il :< Ixmnd to C'OIt i iI the irresponsive: :air, und tr 'III111)' to i li I the >glad other C'OI\llat 11( h wealth and poweruinl
Pehks, even the visionary: minds. of the two proprltof "'ring I municipal hurter for I sooner or later, and it C'IIII in due I time. call .down the applause of the silent gallery. all satiated ambition joys tcim>t us with, pulebefore
:unkempt'" gold hunter: cl elllol t forii, moment III ( 1111 getting elected ulaynrS'hen I One night Lightner was standing on I On the Fourth of July he decorates his of Midi\' MIII as: tin-
imagine: that the mountain-side would<<\ ever the reception was 1\'cr. uinl the ruddy light I kll1. in rear of the printing otllce. It was ollice with evergreens: ; ,pulled out an old the splendor tlic5had0VSof 1 eternity.As ."
!IIC! graced by any more than Dunne perhaps: of the bonfires hud ccacd. to gild the rough 11 sweet with the l.leiol., atmosphere American flag, which he! li"h,1" ) early in the whose I"h;pierces had moved toward t
two miner's cabins. They weni not selfish: crags lying behind the Peaks, the crowd llJ'l' : I which characterizes mOlltain morning : read the Declaration) of Illh'II'11- c'I.1. JIhon through the
men and the next time they visited( (lie I'II, and 'for the rest of the night the }, and the strong scents of the pines loaded the duce to u band of "'Ihoc' Indians( ; the light 'all'back turned Il'okc'l I
town Ill'1.'otk'4! Flat (they proclaimed their ] sentiment could be summed 1 up in a I breeze with 1 fragrance so suggestive of thl'l up and down the main trtl and( window111 whose was affections' lie avyuv JIvor J
golden discovery at the .first: public bar of remark of Heggs : I \II"I and gIt'll" that 111' c'lllo almost t "I'Ctll'1llc'Ilc wanted t to( get jlorifu ly drunk, IHt '. 1'1'01 the woman the crash of n pistol's: Ilat report
Suddenly !
the place "Now w e'li make tlll'l Fork Flat fellers : with : eyes Ite the spirituous: ':<. ;
j The )idle )population of Forks Flat was l not sick." Il"h C'I'II'1'(. busy' life beneath:: him. During the next few months the town caused: him to leap back as it the hal
slow in availing! itself: of the traveling, facilities It took snnteu! eehstosetthelittle! ptiltilJ The roar Illc.hiH'r\1 clamor of the shrunk away like 1 withl'rl'llI.tahlc The H'lliert'l.el' him.As the
fell to (floor
i which led to Treasure: 1'cuks. The trail I ollieo on its legs, and the constant: presence stumo-mills, 111,1 \' songs of the tlviste411m(1\ 1 warped with the sum he tut'lt the' woman
tl l/liilng' blood which
r op( the mountain side was a rugged and of squ.-td.s of inquisitive': visitors did not materially 11'1\blended grandly together: As the doors and the .dry rot ! I tedious one and took the better part of (two facilitate Jlt( days to traverse ; yet inside of six months, 11t1 came i In to !suggest a name, and such 1 the !glow tt penetrated the dark recesses the streets, asort n of I'1'rdln. c'olc'l.tinl-t I 1 > upon 1 bubbling froth which IIwdlc'tl from .nos-
,passable: : wlI oll-rollfl was worn to thccamp, names The Tidal \Vare, The Mountain I : of foliage Ill'\'Olel.( 1111litI 1 the bleak the town Day after day the :I111WII- tri:<. She made no motion after tefall'x-! ,
and the place witnessed: : all the !>ICl'lIt'IIf:\ life I TI"1/lml. Thf Moftiin'i lifiist. The Siurl rocks( with mellow, nth Ighhlr'l ings) wrl'hakll: by the mountain: \'in.c(, to inflate her chest once or the '
and urto.incidental. to the Iirthale! : a 't v S"O'..'ir. Thf rnlffiif'triif/1, The l''irli\ plat mind t l reverted to the 1'I"illC1 Il' til' pl and fell to thl ground: alongside: the !sinking HougliMin ga1cII. trnlfxct.101
<-5ty. I Cfituhfr ulll The Trrniinre I'mk ".;, ,,\\'t're year, while he considered. the pro-peets II buildings. Vines and weeds began to mantle corpse for, 1 few \ motion. I
\Vhen Treasure: Peaks: contained about( a 1 few prll"I't11 The excitement incidental i the future ; und Whl'l he thought of : and choke the charred and JluklJ 1 The sun bail set, and the scene wa
thousand inhabitants, the little. (town began j to the of the new journal Ian so cheerful though hlllh1' home, und lCVOtt41w'if'e ruins of tl hoisting works and CI\'c'r the !hro\1t.1. in the gathering IJultoW:. He
high that shot dead in Ids I he of made tcp to approach the body, met time
importance.) ; one lan was : was: Ilclc'e,11 grim machinery.In : 1
IIeeta|, : svcrrethIi 'fluttering llatidtlieli'itatrtz I truckK in I street debate over it. As! he sat gazing Iul111.I/ below, he the midst: t oful this, the Clt'11"lh'lll h-I fixed gaze of the eyes! : nut"rl'ollng. rc'Elltl
r I I'de's In t the liilN were being rapidly) devel The editor. finally announced r"r TrriwirrI'lnk fancied: that the glare upon the pines:< und tor prolonged existence, : ,:t.t. through the open door. 1 !
n oped.) I5esides, : they were productive, and ytnnd r the deeper the workers went tin richer and wih I c'neraloltll' of enthusiasm, Honor' moment biter: the shout of lire rang out ; it furnished him. and occasionally issuing the other he, mounted. He turned one more
,, wider grew the veins.! :New cabins, went up 1111, punpowedr. The the /lending was the first time that C'I'luul ever been'rilised i the Ktnuiliifil. I printing it on old pieces ofpaper(111(1distrihuliugit.bythruwiiu look at the olllee, 11111Uell. as: if he wouldgo
every day, the 'prospect-holes: } became shafts: saloon purchased l'rollidllrll: 1 damp in the 1 Peaks,, und the cump was I : it into back ; and till''n, :< horse nll ill. I
the huek'tt null" windlass, gave way to the from the 1 press, for twenty / 'olr. put I 4,s11 t.' the yawning,r cloo'uI:circulation was dashed through the l'rumhll, and rotting>
directions, and the\ villagechild l began to cnriosilics." The I leading article clilltlllj and there being nothing to check the rush of out us the humor !seized him. tremble as he passed: and in the misty twilight
assume the airs'' of the municipal man. upon the prospects of the town its \ the 1111C'l, and no water facilities: to speak When not tit work on his journal he was disappeared: down the lonely grade.
In the midst" of the bustle of hiiincss: : undmoneymaking industries: nom inexhaustible resources: : was of, whol.line of works: went, one afterth' digging among the ruins "for the lo.I.of his Tli f. C'nliforulan.( ;
,r the inhabitants, of' the Teaks: : voted "just the business": by everybody.. other All night: the pillars of lire shot wife, whom he firmly hc.lil'\.el hl.l been -
did not; 'forget that they had a \'III-1I small lh- I'rltl'JII'and advertising poured. ( upward from the shafts-us the underground burned i in I the lire. One day he !null :some ITEMS OF 1XTLUKST.MKSSUS. ) .1''
c4 one, it was true-in the shape of the {tf/wnllf : (to tl conclusion that he had workings communicated with each other bones, probably belonging to a mil'rr"nc. I
j Fork Flat and to wipe out /the Flat 1'1'01111111 : reached I spot u small fortune awaited and tl-l: pillars rose: above the tallest c'ruj'I. believing I them tl be tlC' fl'llil! : IxiRILIARI, .\Tol AXII MollTON( '
1 f''E cnumerclaI111141geogri! recognition: was him. thick, dun :smoke shut 11t tl helplntl'l' he buried thl'l in a little knoll are named, among other New York capitalists ;t
41 i their vole tint Joe hcg14, u man whose Time .showed (hut the editor hud, indeed, sky Udovv, the mines were filled with 11'1 of his Oflli 111lrgln to plant toWl'\ :', as the gentlemen who propose: ,miel
I opinions bad the advantage of c'ol1eilll'rahll'i wielded 1 prophetic' } : pen. Treasure Peaks pl'rihil in the flames that swept from driftto thl'rl t : '. 'lc':<1 tow- on Fifth Avenue the largest hotel in tl ,
i weight-as: he l'I1I1U fltMt-rlfMM blue-chip, faro progressed: with t steady c1vtllplcnt. and drift, orsulfocated long before in the sul ers soon completely engaged his ltc'ntiol. world, to( cost ) .
it t. ;Xiutu'-Insisted: on a newspaper : I the f"\nltr of the city 11' al tl that phurous gu. e.-i that on such occasions find and, one day, seeing tlll through open AMOXO the food 1."IIIK exports which
Y' ; What we want for this: growing camp) i isu they had not buil on :OIII: where there tlllr"n'\' to the remotest! corners.In window he wrote : have attained so remarkable\leric'l duringthe
linl: -clus:$ newspaper: that can properly mtforth was more 1')1.: :< of 'tot' 1111.1c'lllI the morning the flames were flaring "The flowers: are coining up dose by our last half : (1 growth bold an
t the interests of this ill the confines mountain from but door hail As in wild and Iml'n'C'U1. oysters
II0lltnll mc.trll- II t t the ! olis.' pice below and wllll'roek behind them every vestige of the mining industry hud struggle: 11)1 wl'lh. we toiil the honorhll W(< place.sent to England: Ilj: 1' as an experiment
t .y (One of the crowd suggested that i a lan Claims inereued 11'ahu', c'orll'r lots advanced hl'C'11WI'pt IWI1 would not pay to rebuild !- lower levels, let us Ilt forget :- thl'1 the f'following upward of forty
named ( in San Francico the the irowded. und the : to of the earth. The of ;; year
Lightner!' was !<11.CI"rl' Thct. 11 longer any reason: treasures tipper gold thousand barrels the after upward, of
1 V'\t\ V8lItC1I.'fit ) with conceal the insiders the mine I is half the : ; year
)1 party gambling hll1 rl..IIII.1 lt a fl.t. wc'l known to : not so bright as: yellow thousand in 1N78 eighty thousand -
n, i jilts Iw got the classical education iieccs.sury music nnd ; while the abodes of \' that the vein "pinched out" Treasure that fleck the sod above. The fifty : ; nearly :
blll'rCUI' in 1S7U ninety thousand while the
fi 'r I :,, to 'run a newspaper in 1 town like nml resorts of c.llill..lal indiHry literallymade Peaks was already I thing of the pant t. and the gleaming pyrites, and themany ; will show of
t r'.; Treasure l'c'ukl? Is he 1 limn of elevated money "bund over list." the exodus: b t' ill.! The grade was filled colored traceries of wealth and beauty present! year probably' un export .
hundred thousand barrels worth half ;
l t thought and vigorous expression? Is 1 he a The tit'tiKi'inl WIt weekly, and Lightner with men and horses, leaving n the stricken that blend in the !soulless: rocks: make poor I dollars. Berlin ,Fair ;I
fAt man that's wll.reall-IH' t hut we C'll refer and his wife did the work, iii; type town us fast They did not even with the vines and grasses: which miiol The may Ci 'hell
ltI11.lilj IL'l"ibll. market for American
s'}I i giimbling ..l: Iltl' a guarantee u ami each assisting: the other tll' luh jobs\ remain to dead from the lower : 1011"11 1 feet above, tell us of nOr divine open the continent a good of ,
:, I il! proper relulrlnJ of the 1 points,, ? which are found in U prilthlJ ofl.t.1 levels.: sympathy and Nature's exbaustless: : bounty. on Kurope
:j The had suggested the name of business Increased! Light II'r t hlt Why'' should we dig: 'l'1 up from the The gold and silver lasts! forever bc'auseneither OXK of the latest contrivances is i I self-Iet- ,
:' l Mghtncr vouched for tilt thorough capacity his wife w ai'nvertu4king herself; :and'finally ground to bury 'em again ? II\'I ever lived. The toWl'1 springup cling berth, for use on !shipboard to preventseasickness. V i
.1I, of the man, and by the next dav three thou I the following was 11"1'1lln the paper: No one could; answer Mich a question, und and die because: tl.url' hnlHrtl1 Does : These berths' are of the ordinary
i ::,clllo131 were : as 1 bonus; to in WAX1IW-;t 11)111'1'1'.11)1') ) : t'tM' IIOS- the (subject was not uvitatl'll Business men not the spirit of the your size. They are attached both alxive !,
hll tl tutor Lightm-r was sent for, ti highest wages w did not sell out, thl'\1111Iv'IHutc..1 the tier, live and Lithe. as a man ]lives 111hreathe ali below to unf\l'rul joints and are weighted .
: 1 and In about a month the citizens of the paid. Apply at this oftice i immediately.Next I premises-finding, i n that 1 :? Does: it not feel every) movement 1 underneath :
,, 4 to 1 look for the (advent of the day a young mal called, 1.11lllilllw it was: cheaper t to leave provisions i: 11111'1-) and change of the air which surrounds it, iron. This! 1'lsc'ent-lhlll'll''lncer i 1.
", ,1.1 I printingulllrc. hud come: to unswer the advertisement. chandise than to r'10'lthtI something and die as the blast: !>I1iC' it ? Does not the! keep the perpetually level no mutter .
l '. One sultry afternoon 1 horseman came upI i iI I've 1"1'1 keeping cues at BI' JP." he not at all uncommon in those days. Stores: !spiritual (': I I he grade at n brisk tact: to announcethat said: 1, frankly;' "I could get nothing;, c to were Illtl'l. :ami barrels of tllUnr rolled out c'lrth. whil its seed isquickcncd for another uud consequently to do away with seasickness I
the printing establishment: \ was on the way, do, except\ mining and my ( won't for The streets filled withhuwling Miring, every man have his share for eutircl)': To further maintain the
I :\el would arrive In u few hours.:. 1hl" inteligenc :stund It: drunkards, most! of them singing t the treasures: of nature are illimitable. berths in their orbit and prevent sudden 1
caused an extraordinary C'IIIIdun I He said his name was 11 nigh is.I1, and hewus snatches of the wild refrains which Wl'f In the fall he imagined that be was nominated changes of position: :ure provided with j
in thet'autpanlitss4,,'as the, first 'Hush from Maine.( He was set to work ut born of the rush" and riot of '-H.!> Thus the for Congress: ami for about six weeks spiral springs.WHEX thl'y '

of excitement was over, preparations commenced once, uwlrl'l',1 to ben rapid, careful coin- town passed out of existence, with the inhabitants he conducted I vigorous: itolitical a unpaign.lie in Santa Fe last: week! we were ".
till giving the new editor a fitting |l'o.'lor.111 just: t the 11f'r the place. lillJing fi.uhting, drinking and went (lit 1 canvassing" tour through the !shown by Secretary hitch the original journal
.t reecptiun-s011u'thing that would glorify the Thert WI no tiny necessity: for Mrs. drowning In Ilh'lrlul of rev mountains, amt Whl'll'\'l"r he struck un Indian : !
1lllt'r tlir : kept' by Don) Diego de Vargas, in N8M;! ,
t Peaks forever uud correspondingly: hlili- Lightner 1 I type-setter, yet, aftera elry.The cump he made a slIcech-n| rotting: and l he n'eonl lend New Mexico from the
ate t the commercial 'pride of Forks .Iat. few days, she came down nml took n case: night after the tire, Llghtner's wife ringing Republican oration-which was generally Whl'l Pueblo Indians..( The writing i is remarkable
f'1. I was just at II htal when Light- by the l ti'tlj of Houghson. Presently l Hough- Ihl: with two li : wagons, came sin changed his P''louchedatlir.; I for l twrlutl1CM,1111(1 look utter aiTuirs. As be In. she remarked groups of "tlllhl1a\'Ipc': :. bold hand, J and 1
{, in view at 1"t'leloC the grade, hall a mile manifested 11 decided interest in that she was indisposed) l, 111 would go to On 1\'diol day he distributed his tickets of the hllc'ltillgthl'I'll'r, \boasted: activity the
'r below town Theslghtlngof llu> \ :IVoni clean shirts.: bed curly, but he need not hurry)' buck saloons, laying 1 pile 1n'ltChdusty first: government: in( the :New World. It
the top of the hill was: signalized by the explosion One day Mrs Lightner left 1 coiniiosiug I[all an hour later, as Lightner was: sittingin C'ullI1'r. und c'on.tinl them with written nearly a the Dedurarationof wa .
?' s of an UI\i-a mode of firing salutes I stick halt'full, and wlel she returned from hl:lurkolt'l', he thought he i heard the small 'tl hold c'I'ltur', < -
s much In.O \'lt thlt }period. I In an instant dinner noticed tint balance of the clatter I'i.' went to'thedoor ; as he In a day or so he imagined; himself: c.\.tlcl. ican colonists' clinging whl( Ill'lcr. -' I
(more an American flag was hoisted to the I hail been set. Next day 101Vh,01 .t\o did uo he saw tWI figures disuppear over the and thanked the .solitudes about hil : roust. These: wc'rl bold at that time-
top of a pole, while on 1 neigldioring eminence some wild fowct on his : newcompositor grade, but thought/ no more of it. lowl: c'x\lor'\( which the I
t the bonfires ht'I.I I 1 Mrs.I he to It i is with feeling of Wl'rl reconquering S I
welcoming were ) 1/i"f" Lightner Whl'11'\.I'r Hy midnight hue put things" rights a no Il'unhh'rull. had for nearly half '
+ ant there was a ;general 1'111 tl the I foot of !she ',.ie.l" n lill or .fell into IIIII.ul about the place, IIll'rlilin to move away pride that the (1IO' of the ,'flt'Id II J! *, .\: /. ', ', Ibtllinltrl'f.t. troubles with the type. She 1I'C'IIC'1 : Sllt- with the rest in 1, or As he went to announce bus I'lel( by the f ",
f" When the tC'UII halted l. steaming and mice quite onC'I. luclllgltll'r\'U"; delighted home Il thought of'the brave little woman eople j of e\'leluu" their Congressional" f'll Miller*' 1llihilol.: 1 about to e.t.cnnl. ;: "
I panting at the town I level, tilt journalist, wasconsiderably with tint thrifty who Ilull facc l the trials and privations of r'sentutive.S'edidtnntse'klhcuflicehind, this: city wi t jar 10rl' interesting than ,
astonished to find a delegation spirit of his new l'II'I.c01 one OI'c'aSlOI. the Punt two )'l'at. Illul for huh He entered in accepting it, we but bend to the royal will the \public H'l'1 to anticipate I 2
of citizens drawn upto receive him. It in correcting: Mrs. Lightner's type, their the 11011 Wllrl' was sleeping, but of the |MipuIar majority, who wert det'rmined will be both interesting and fascinating. I IwilUral.t
i hud been areed: that Joe Itrown, the leading hII1. t.ldll'l. but she made, no effort to did not light the candle, for feurot' wakingher. to Ill) us honor, Iii return our labors ,pcojilefrom!hltli.11'S: of the At- I
s fan:-lealer in the town, should deliver the Ilea, amdthey lingered 1 in contact.The He sat for half un liourhcide) the bed, in behalf of the growing c'olltn'llur- Illtic'. \ladies will it. Seven 1
addrc-ss of welcome; and for the 'first tile woman's eve. met l Houghson's.and: in tilled with gloomy reflections und miserableforebodings. ing the last four years. Our record n"1 pioneer (omplte flouring mills wi be in operation k
since attaining his majority, the man of her c.lflooil1 she "pled" n line, ali tl Then ho bent over tl pillow a journal!*! and a citi/en we fl'l'llruu.l Itc'm engines of tWI hundred 1 horsejmwcr ;
notable 11n'l and coolness was in a state of type, rattling u1Nit| the flour, caused 1 where he knew her head lay: ul1 tried to of, ant shall make it our endeavor to retain each wi he at work conducting till F
excitement which required a still' horn of husband to look U11 saw, Iowc\tr. kiss her check. He !111111thil; and his the c'lllicl'm'l'lf our constituents in the future grain of on its road to the loaf of "
taken fifteen minutes to alma '. but hands wandered the bcd- the orate One thousand of r
I brandy every ) nothing twn )1'11. Ihurol II thtir nervouly over : il !,.a..t. : pieces machinery
1 When Lightner got down over the wll'cl.: work. 1"lotl'a 1011'lIt. I'ushing to the window That night he packed a black valie, will be in motion, many of t"l'l foreign.American '
however lleggs Ilh'am'I'I. and, with IOI after the \ compositor resolved 1 aide the curtain und let the moonlight and determined to set out for "Washington and European flours will 1.1 onexhibition.
liftcd hat grasped t him warmly by the hand, on u desperate(. venture. He was setting :tIC'III1. Thl'II'll was empty.Three on the early stage. He went behind the office There will be 1 huge'ienua ;;:
""I rleurMlhiSthrwltrlhcfirtru ntulllf rt somo reprint, lull I fl'l'.hil'l' of cony I began days later a man walllr 1 aimlessly ulllztl4wl for half un hour by tlgrunt bakery in constant Ipl'ruton. and grains ill
t f' of his life, and after a slight pau-e, began : with the word, "I love you." He set I about the streets of the : city. It which he MipjNiseil to be that of his wife, all will be hlwl. wil.el(irandMillers' .
"Mu. LiiiiiTXKK : In behalf uf the citizens them in his stick und held" it where she was Lightner: gone mad frol the events of and thl'l turned sadly back to the cillll, I International ]':xhihitiol.1 HI will r ,
\ 'f i this rwllj commercial metropolis uud l'uul.I"Cl'it. She gazed at it steadily 1 few the past week ami the surviving inhabitant printing shop. Sitting down to hi hl olru.t "ott.l' as Udl.-Ijllt RmJurf. "
''j mining lb 1 I bid you thrice welcome t to setrlnb4,1111(1 bit her lips with un angered of the dead camp. He rolll'l about seized I scrap of |iaier and began to write.
'f; 'fl'UUrl Peaks. Hero he threw his wt'i.1 "XIIt"ooilll:1 if she considered liberty the street all the f.r\14111. and th1 drifted He wrote slowly for about half an hour, and Sifi.vciTY \xTI.-Wlrl PI. J"ri1kll
IC'1 I in I'aris '
t \ '\eon the jither, leg.] 1 assure: you t unwarrantable. Lvhtl'rWlt out u back to his little oc'l'. Sitting down at his, thl'l. throwing away the manuscript wrote his was Je and ullllt 11
4.I '1S 'f > fact of my being Ito.first man to be nt1' r led moment after, und J advantage desk, as he had before 1 thoiiand tilue'sdune again. Then lie l'ar.fulh' read his c'ulalel of black morning Ii tl' I number
ants with the
( the optortunitv| Il' welcoming a writer of of the opportunity afforded to make an he wrote: hung it on the ( busy: ; 'lIltell\ of the
I your hmlll ami ability tl our 1ilhtI'aU'I'" explanation! nnd ujiology, saying that the I i .('ItnISt: 111t.t-'f'I ln' Peaks "Julia." said he, "set that up in leaded lu lr.howl He drove them away, they
it : my bl.l.I\.t swell wil a wliich would. i i I words he hud set were in his ropy."Then Was never on 1 mor. basis: than minion, and then we'll go home. rl'tul1ltgall be cl"llcrl..1 them ; in u i
f ln( impossible for 1t ,' irillt, even if I MI II IIt I you did not mean I *eriouly ?" at present. Its population is constantly increasing He looked ut'truWarl/ where his milutl' tlt\ !seen dill.ilg, fromlump
( , It is t the happiest' moment of my M she !lhl ; buildings are going up at 1 rate wife had so often worked l and his: dimming To tIIUII.I u if nothing 1. (i11sugar.(vl..
t ,f and eventful existence, IUIII I will which bespeaks a |I" by next f.l, eyes tried t to 111..1. the gloom.. Folding his try he had tll
net etlace it from til' P blet of Ill) memory TIl anger vvbith Mrs Lightner had u>- "f"uulll.that which'IUIlli'n.wc.'lllll..tulutprl.s-I arms UK>II lie;laid his head down ,, bowl 1 Mi.-i endeavored\>ened 1 by\ a :string ftl c'ciug
r t: till my dying!I day: Himcd a few moments In-fore now dllc'l tl'lt. ( : in l UIUI thl"l with a sigh of wearinessand was They to reach it by fl
At this |Miint, I h,'. speaker, wh .*e rl'I.lrk' to genuine tlNiiuufiture. Houghon saw day, is one of immense imjtortance, and a,leep. 1'ldtltllr's I'I'k't'.l mounted in tbi*
t had fully rcali/cd the 1..tjhill cxptvtatioiuot' 'I that the point MI daringly\ WC'I hud been more will be said of it in our next is..11... Three years later, a man und a woman manner and reached upwards but in \'uil:
4 his friend- in a I lot by sheer[ l'.wunlkht' noticed hi* He hung thion the helk. and went out (cameup the grade on horseback, and entered the chain of ants fell down as fat as It'U"
,! who knew Jim 1I'zt. that hi. sUn-k ofKnglish ,'. exchanged Muilc' which "lHkt) Ilu.ll'r Ih"\1 i store to another, and returning in un ruins of the hoi.ting-works beneath I i the but! Irl't'ntl- saw, tIIII11"'lwllt
#. had daunted till hour'or l his i mases of anti inert :. string, ]
\' out Nothing l. tyiK.- so to "I'rilll. impressions!" ttr. i>a- waving gras machinery I; \
however he I into the It In-fore thl'hl" all and lain the doe embrace) of lumps of sugar. They had
1 plunged It.II more was a fl1 or so to renew I.'III\'lllhuut day r.tUrl'l creepingvines. M'all'lthl'11,
111,,nnnwlunl.llenllliar i "f his profe.- i their lil.I'r"tl.I!, and lnrthl'I.1 f 'um1 lt 11lt.hulh' 0111'luu. of the fact The t pair rode. through the flower 1: tnl road n'1I..l the the ceiling,ami \ Ulltll'r
to .
sbou,1111(1 struck I out u' follow H by ( ( successively tIl "C'I. that ho \\1" til Ilh-llhalitalt of the dead and weeds in the mail street ami Il'urL.I j I tre'a'ure.AP.KtO'M
'' .Yuu.wi tint the journalistic lay out in i tainiug the Itll'n. thus s'n-Iliiu| ; wonts and ,i iM'utl'I'I' and desolate ltOC'I'"iunal \ the uttc' of the ,VuM this 1.111 bang-up game ti* buck at, and quite rapidly. Houghsoii grew the Indians would pay the dye caught sight of the grave at the i nUIIlltiulof .R"\ i it receiving that I'r-se
'; with 111:1 of \'IHr 11.f in the 1.k-out chair. 'I I holder every tat all finally, using their j jsv J1'US \.i.i, but selitulu,115 the Iln'urill'" tup of the klu1. and she walked up to it. I i : which its importance requires.
W"'lt'al the tu1ult1"'I.I"1 Wl.1!i i >teniof" dumb signal I within ;i few feet of If I hI wal to tll more. lonely t hal On the ( she \ the inscription .utluton_ committee from the Kclectic -
proixe ti you open-up 1h'11' the |I I.tartIUe 'I I thvunu.pctiiighuhand.. they talked without !' the unexplored tc'n't. .. tVapl' who cut deeply into the"Jl : i i, and Historical $ I"ll'til' have had time
chip up fur: 1"'rll"lion. the r 'r\; their (.3.r'.i..I i ; of affection, i i never harm a 1II'ul'nl'lIUI. IJghtiier I J LI .\ LIl1lTN1:11 i: I matter under (''IIiI11'mtCI and will "era
lust cove in tl out to the fulllit of i| burl of : tinger- pile"of inani-( I 11\'I..ion., :lel tf II 1 llc with great l BELOVED WIT 'I at the May. .
l'lll Ifhl lallr.11il11
thc Jll' .\ ; p'l abrace mute tyi*', leaving no tnl" j .*| usually their vi,ita I Died .[prim III.MV : I pronunciation 1
dl'll. kl''l dean cac' you (lilt bet ; One lilt. tIl woman: contrived to have -, the arrival of t'YurL ''lihLl"b seeking I. and sounding the final *, has the sanction ol' 1 "
hoavvn the N.& upsuptl.lrtufthit camp, Iuhtll1 |; 111h..1 it/r1 to the ln>u.e. After Ul' Iunttlllt'lts in mining 1.l..11) The 1\\0 looked in each other's ta.'t. when some j 1N,lite usage, it i K uud('nhNrl that theelnumttt'eelrtlargelyanddebdellyiufavor ;
I! )you forget it." i, h"ul gave her to understandthut >;, Thc"r was an old hall at which the J:1 remarked"Time : ''
: il cheer greeted In-gg's; d' ; she inn>t scunh the right pin"Let of his 1"Vircoul 1 had been umisiouully ned for theatricalperformances day of the tie. of the original given bv tin
1lrt' ., &"llllt.; 1'(his admirer critically for u letter when he came. That i : I1..ll talent. Not unfreequently They \walked through the uiKce, i>acdthe l-reneh, and wi""nJIIlatiul I } a* i
remarked : evening lie called, and taking on" hi* (rut, light repair to t this building E ca.cs, thick with spider's webs, the rusty nearly correct, which i-s tll111'iatlll II amass ,
"l mJ. tome awful wild ,play at the Irmdctl it tu Ids employer, who was asistjng and. taking I front scat in the dresscircle press, and the pied massesof tyi'>e. 1hl'\I of old citizens, giving the us ) (u
F but called the turn bountifully at the hint He |>a>seil it tu; his wife, instructing sit for I couple of luur under the upI] I saw something over the ( I ) each syllable ; the Ilal'UUI111" II '
cbk e.O t her to hang it no, ail the instant his hackwa3 iM ..itioii that .play wa. progress. Here, Lie It wa-sa human figure, half tk.llol. 'I slight accent on the first and last syllable*. 1-
JJghtutir lhankfd tluui l'"r.lulh' in a few i turned, the letterya8 extracted and another I' indeed, was. the "Jteggurly IItf (empty half JUlllr which clung some rugged l'llt only objection to what I U "
quiet well-turned h"lur", .l wa put in ih place. Houghson nailed In-ndies. fhe iiinon, shining through till t r.'anunh f dull, | gar pronunciation is that the C'II..tICnl. "
UU wife who had I.1 tm the elevated ( in the hushandV hUI"t face nt the idea of ;< caps nt' dismantled whll"w. tlrw but anmditTcrvnt I My said the woman. i m.t !ml.t should I I.e M with flull sound Hi "of tll u !
scat of the freight w, ":1. ruriouly contem.: making I letter-carrier of him and LJghtner t j light upon| the "Iu 'alli over the I horrible shiver t'n1 over the lun. and ; 1 I. It U to IK luq'el that settledpronunciation
nUiting tlm U.ulzl uf 'her hu.lund. IH j smiled cordially in n"tur. interior of the building, and ,occasionally the woman, ashy' pale clung to ) protection I will be t'Il "
l hwr llln-three t"It't } >given in her honor, After that IM'n spent Ills evening I Lightner would aUu.ll. in his (taper, to the t. U if she expected the figure would jl lexicographer* t.laLIludfJil't
may *
% waving nd brMling hands. ul I at light uer'.I quite I'ltlthf hu*band fact that it wa tI itthut the leading place rie up ami confront them. thing which It'b intdl l lllh''mlr
\"tt.otu'tlt. an(l wlIu, nest 1":1 at any : pressing him to tr'lue, and the wifop,.nf- of aimieinont A- iii the city was not U-tter I're'.eiity. Houghoii walked up closer, livrk f'=tI... +neveryc-t


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\ ioNDi\sii: i:I-; TI.MI I I : CAUD'F :.0151: \ IXTL\L-I\: ::\ ;LV). I Jl/yrCLT..tx1L; interesting i; I ; or the more :exciting the! unit\v. i/o t'."1IU1.n'U wiC1)01:.

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I ( TIIK JveksosMti.K, l'I..t., Marth H5. 1!711. .\ '!TO .\!.svs tm.. lot i I" XVIMIHAIt I pear. 11"1\ nppantit txtru-ion I I TIIK: Vurior: JIU'I'ISII.-l\ do not
I ATLANTIC( (iTLF.v; WF.ST:: I\IJ.\ TIJANSIT : On and niter this date Trains 11 this Koadwill was il I$;.' that tide'+ : ::I UAILUOAD: I run a" 1 tilow!; for the tirst time ; Illl\.III'ralh'lpt Ilpr""i'lI\ (I'II',.". 1'\1: dreiuu-eon- : probably h.1 'I\t that it is impossible tin ""fit
\ PENN\ I -n.\: was it by a I'lulifal shonake ciousiH-ss seems capable of this re- for Ik'ht j would \be dete-ettd nt
: 1: 15AILUOADM : It1.h.101 l.t.till i In"try-It
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( 1Ii'/.I' ., DAY 1'Exnm.. (K.MMT: :Sr.Mi\\ ) in I I.t yearIsVt{-wii" prolilie il Milt for t the imidcnts of the l'I"'lll; evening I once bv its Ilpl'IN\t mell or taste, stivsan

:; '/If'/I.) 1:1'.k..I'.ill.; ........... ........ sfo:: \. M. re : .: Illla !('.*. tor a traitor called LibenyIt 'i otteti appear to be .lhlll..1 Ihrltflrlh(1 1'II.J: wril.r .cliold matter. Now
\ ... ........ ..... ...... i I I I { the y\vhtn it has been
C 'r lmm.\: { } HOUTK.: Lt'II' .. !O..SO:: v M. 'it'll. i I February t li I' murder the I KmiuioFiaiuis : aw av alter ni;ht of exeitiungdreauns. ca ktj-
Leave Lnke City ........................11'U:: v. M.Leave '"('I.h\ \'it'lll, while in} TII young ,)hill't'1: events a year: lhlook I I too lung and l )tnneni.
II, .. In !;Ir) ,.t IMriinfif (Oak ......... ............... 1 ::4M11'. M. a soldier.soiijlht; to diK] )-e nf the- reigning; inn nrh flrtl\lolrthll It, allttlt'ijti'.t bscau Nothing makes. Inglnternrnn'nt'c" t pastry
3. / l&tn.I.OINU .Arriv at Savannah ........ ......... ... .: I.j. I. Duke of Parma. (Charles l 1 Thr.t''t'al'" the Ilh'r\I. full of novel imiuessious: from! thiin t,''h lnef drlppinjjs, if ,properlvhandletl.
. IA'I.t'I'llllh: ::; ...... ......... ........... AIM) v. l pa"'IllloW without ant 1101' erinn's li'thi". its Doling world appear to wcll out, ulc I : 1 111\ known a house Wllt'rl' tl"
1'o01'TlI. Leave Live Oak................. ......... .i.1: p. M.Lave :sort : hit in IHJI/' \ was twit bt>eause: the veiyimprts.siv:: 11.11Ii'lt'h"I' cook was n .proftssional I." n't'rhine high
J L-avc Atlanta, Ua....................... :i',15! : p. M.Lave 1. ( Like City ......................... "1:111': ) 1 put in peril of his alol'ol II IlrtY'.: Macon, fla......................... 7.13 I'1.: Leave Hal.lwil' ........................... 7.u": p. ?1 ( Pianoii and BellamareHieimr) Italians. I Ialter IIi' tiller m atiu tirbanNIi. : them further 1'1' i dripping\ was always by her in the
\ Leave Brunswick, Oa................... ,ii.15. A. M.I.I Arrive at udi'lol\illl............... /I.: I'. 1 i : [ Arrive Fernamlina: Flu...............1u,1. M. the tank to hiit of mail most. ilelitious tier pastrv.
I IA- Fernandina............... .... 1L.tII..1\I I : :, (Ittu.s.) 1'mjtemr w'aril\ Tll'lal
I ave ..;: .\ u I.f I. ) tX I'H.- under his linen It was nut, howevir., until nlllt: ? \ : I'I.II.I \ I ily ('(I"i"h'.llf tight persons, hat'
Arrive Baldwin Fla......... ........... '_.' t 1 I TH St.luo.W".IilV' "
1. > p. tt I. IA'ace .larksmn' .:: I' M I. alter the feartul cntirpriM- C mini) I, "l. M',t i.-Some I\'i'lI lalolof vv'as allowed 1 hiIII pound of butter weekly

f t L-ave Baldwin Jaiksonvillc.,...... 1.Gr.'t.:; ) 1 leave 'hil' Home................... "!:.1"> ". January 14, 1&:,,".1 that he pit tobesoxerlousljunnerveil Oi Kbiide 1.1:1.1. inlroduee'd" in the JO\I' vet the average iiuistimption of the whole
* Arriv eJ.uksonv ills ({ Itmitc: ).. .".*' 1'. M. IA'a\,' IlihIt I int............................ iIMII': M. )11i' i in constant: I ilrend I.f. a.sasvination. hill in the Interest .I so-cidled ". t. I Vamily iimountid: to three and a half 'i ouniN h
1I.1II. Leave Illrl\\.ih.......................... 7V: I'. M. Count Feliie mini "11 not t i U limn" the appointment of thus show ing lor making 1'11'111 pastry it
' L-ave Baldwin: .1 for Cedar Key...... 1.1111'. M.Arrive I. :: .......................... .s.07: I'. M 1 mere \ lanatie: but a bv. pll\'i.lll "who t. 1- I was i !Of s\ibstain
l''Cr't'l f.ll\
vulgar hl :
Waldo (Junction 1' It. It:) .. l.ll I'. u. IA'u't': .... ................. M'Jp.: : MIxaveMt birth, and J.'ullt'l.l ardent amintthe: orthogrut'hy" persons used) in the ,' \hidl fl'ho1 I tIl dripping.
Leave Waldo.......... ..................... .' .. ''I\'ullll li'I'IIII'1 11Cn't'r ,
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!II. M.t..trriwciainnville i l'utrie..i .............. 1i! :lEi:{ p. 1 ol'Italv. his grudge dotutncntsand in the publii- shIMus of the (lien me tlll most must ti"t'shna'ealll'
I : ........................ .i.Ii I'. M. Arrive Like City........................ 11:41'::: MLeave asralnst patriot Napoleon III. vvathat I the latter, Distiitt ol'Ciihnnbia.and inquire' | how nuuh I idea tit: mole Besides: orthodox dripping:
Leave (;iaitll'i lit'......... ............... ;'.2)!I I'. u. Live O.Ik........................... :t.j A. M. political refugee in Italy had joiuit its defeets inert-list1 (ho ,' 1 the public from the 11'lt II' roasted, three
I Arrive Cedar Key........................ \5l.l 8);! ) I'. vt.Trains Arrive Tallahassee....................... ::< OA. M. a wll'l Free Masonic l I'Hlg,'. and sworn: icitaii printing, mil huts far they. 111 II I Impediment : is fat whith i is 1'11 .I".lnJ, i. r., ends ol
I to Jacksonville and North of Ikild-; .................... .......lnl> .' 11 '
\rl\ Albany : > v. M I oaths which, bj and bv as Kiuperur. he ''ainejiletted to the ae'iiiisiion| : i( :and use of the !':.Ilg- t'llkl.ell..t. tau fat to be eaten, but whith.
\lill".Ii1}'. :: ......................... !\:04.\: :\1. to I'lineipally ns regardliome. lish language and to "lhl'lllol tutu inquire ,I if cut in )piece*, put into a far with a lid and
liOIMi NOKTII.Leave 1'I\'l' :-a\.nl.lh......................... -an: ) I'. M. trsinl fllii at Myliu the tern w hat amendments in orthography, if any, ; stood in a tolerably hot inn for" nn hour.
Cellar Key........... ............... ".I.i .\. M. l Ix-ave Ihalr'M':' I'. Ml t.IA'in'e 1 pond ptiwer of Wli'l the Pope in.iintaineil ha may be easily introduced into the public will subside into a liquid in vvhiih stone
Arrive Ciaillt.i'I\; 'lIt....... .................. /.' .II v. :M. l, 'Tallahassee .......................I': :\1. \.' of ISIHK 1 ; and tvviyears dm uments I and the s I'h""I.1ft the District) of 'I sluriycleuljulrelttneut-jilt': lumps are floating.
Leave (;innesville: : ........................ /' .S4)) A. u I. i 11'1t \'t' Oak; .......................... :.M": .\. M. \'luh I Il'li arriol Napoleon's\1 life hl' ('lllmhi.I. 11.11't'pl'llll e\itllliltmlll'ntr for I This liiiiid| I fat, when :Irail..t.. Ii'lof a pale.
....,. .................. ........ :t ;"Il ,1' utl"\plill
Arrive Waldo (P. 15. 15. fun( ) 0.48' v. M.Lavo 111' Citv :: A M I. wrote : him that the th'I' :<,' tutu w tier it I is expedient ,'ll"tor., about the 'ol Ii'lI(1.I but
Waldo............................... 0.55: .\. M. I.t'II. Carrie} ........................ .II/: .\. M I. I 'lholntl.I Illn\lIIoll"; had: tletrettl WII his death, nil 111\ the (iove-rnment; of ( treat Britain to :' 0111 111i'lt valuable for tIl : kin.\ ofnastry.
Arrive Baldwin........................ ...1:!.I71'. M.Lave IA'\ C )Ili'1l.l......................... ..... -4:40: .\. M. that ( :sentence I'1 would infalliblv be enrriei unite in eoiistituting' joint ,'IIIII"i'I\111\ to I has no t tal'ol'.
Jacksonville (' 15oute.11.15 Leave :-an.t.l.n......................... b:2t: > .\. M. out if the innI'erini'uluey\ tovvaul Italy vver consider siu'h, 1 The hill was The 111of\ 11\1'llllt"lcllr hI
,I ( aul. ) \ M.rtive ............... ........... ..>:."> .\. M. not altered. HadCouiit ( ) rcfcircd 1 to the III'lllll'II., 1'.IIallll: and discarded. ; what are termeel
\ Baldwin.............. ...........lL''W:! : I'. .I. 1"1tarh'ill. Orilii'la''lli'plil'Ii'rri. 11 tll'willkl'
, \ ................. ........... 1:11: A. M I. and (; mit' ) whit' h has submilled favorable re shell : to
Leave Baldwin. ....... .................HMO: $ p. M.rrive I. Leave White I House[ ..................... : ,> .t. u i I. Hnell.I CCII' -hl"1 the attempagainst Im'l Juhor.upon it. TIl bill is now I on the rulettgar. chfe-se. 11'lit' II'l' 11'1'llpllm"t"llul.l be
.\ ..Pernandim...................... :'t.40 I'. M. .Arrive Jacksonville.................... 7.V: > .x. MOn 1lllc Xapoleon I I h.t'rlilatilll.on might of January! The report written by 11 Ir. Ballon, eleflares allowed to ('II.I. t then'purpose chop add
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L-ave Fernandina { r. u Mail[ and F.Npre: Train :Sleeping: (firsrun H, l.V must 111'' h.t'l ,'I'oWlt..l with MICiess that it is ,h'I'II'1'orl) \ h\of "1'riOI' pinch of Milt 11111",1ll'i the Wt'ijht in Hum-
I.I'a1Irun1.lwiI'k......................... 8.00P.M.! ) to and from Jacksonville!! uIHIullah they'.ere'nor, ignorant cravens, win ( and careful inquiry whether mix into thick paste with roll out
through : ; 'o".illlrntiol
\ Leave Macon............................... $...U A. M.Arrive :-; also, Lucas Cars run did their work for not from convietionand the language, which perhaps is 10bt'tI the "nlto about the Wlh'r. ,
Sleeping pay
; lt'Mtllt Ihlc'knI.1 I!lu'cr
' 1\ Atlanta, (;ia....................... 1.15 p. M. through to and from Jacksonville and TallahasMc. their hearts tailed t th"1 at the triticamoment. universal, may not h"hllltI..1111. cut with I tumbler, 111 il 1 moderate c
x" Trains tei Cedar Key Rid :Semth; of Baldwin i l End of tll'l had, been providei. uhhr\'lul'lllll its orlil \, uwcntilla judebrots'ntulur' Mutton[ dripping

I daily except :Sunday.PKNINSFLAIl; : :S:: Dvii.Y.( .) with two explosive shells, ,which were to hI' ( !i'lt 111111I't'i'lIt'!! lei lew and using is not in any way so \'aII111Iih'fnr) f pork. '
r l I5AILROAD, FJmX.XIIX.1'Xlm thrown tinder t the Kmperor'.s: enrriajre as i ielrove It only Ihl being 'II ,purposes
I .Ja"k ..... .................I whih
( (JI'a1dIJ 1ll"lIIf".) .4. t.oiM sornr. Arrive ........................... .::: 1'. M.Arrive shells: ,up and Pierri"I'l', but theothertvvonieiran tWI I. The 111"Illnill.' ,. says it whc1 has beeninformed prutioniUTil. (equal to lard for ,'Ikl'lI and pastry.: .\ greatuhjecljna
Fl.rlllHlnu...................... :::-1 I'. M.I.I oil in fright the by ((' ; that the irregular to it, 1 is that It looks vii
, I.l'a'l'ruIt1I1Jundion.. Ii.O.l. n .. .............. a wll'l they II'ar.1 litl 111'1111 IIWl'\'t'r I
I A'I'l' F"llnHla.. ... .10:0::: A. M. The damage done by the of : : Leave lluwthurnu. 7.4OA.I. Leave ............................ 1'JO: P. ?I. ('x\lll'oiOI. were'killed,111'11 11'II JIII each thild'.sschool be being should bo cookedin t
Arrive Loehloosa........................ 8.10 .v. M.OOIXtl Arrive lul.\wil. : :: I'. M. Fll'oll. 111. ('U\I'* u two i\'l'ar! ran 1"'II'dit'el 1:1'11
Ja'ki'lon'ill'j right, nlllil. l all the soldiers oft time, i is! I main emtti'e''nut': the alarming 1 l'rti''II.'I" frj -'uu, and the fat,
I NOKTII. Passengers for 1'\'rlulellllll. Keytake t the werebruise'deirse'nitcheeltin1 : our ,'," involves! an annlial when the pan be run through u
Leave l/ichloosa: ............... ..........10.00 .\. M. this train. XI trlin frol HII.lwil. to 10llh'lll."t'ort ceuuhman fell iiis box iite'rlu'\expense- tf 1"111 elojhirc for tin strainer Ill'll\tl'I. \,'' in hit water ,
I ...... ............... I Kinjie'ror's: oIl many !
Leave Hawthorne .. 10.45 '
v. ; .
Cellar Key on :Sunday.COXNFCTIOXS. !I U 11'1101 to the('a n'IIi'lof one hi.hordes! tcae-hcr and for writing \ then a little boiling water should be poured
I Arrive Waldo JUlIl.llon..I.l: 1'. M. : .-.\t Baldwin with A., ((1. it who lay dead ; and ole of the footmen, wa \ letters l mid in many other ways 11'rfII1 with( the fat itself into the basin. This will
Train1! from Waldo to iAN Inlmimist: nnd return "'. I.T. U. I K., for Cedar Key, (;Saincsvilhand 1.10WIII" yards oil' with bit. skull battered ohi'ltllh' to the1 'preigrcss! :nit'enlnemdi.iu.. The take all remaining impurities to the hotol.
Tuesday, Thursday and Satttnlay. Ft'I'lalella.II.1, all 'points North annullist in. Meanwhile[ hundreds mil'panes Il} ceMtimittce has also "t"1 tutu by experiencedteachers Ilatingtint' upper crust white unit pure.tit

CONNECTIONS. ( ; LalH Tallahassee, Albany: glass in the street had "t"1 :smashed, ul 111' and learned scholars that a great only Illl'OI fat, but all dripping, i'lI"I.1 be
ATLVNTV. Savannah:; and all points North and Wet ;; gas-huups! were extinpuKhcel.and (II theiarkness reform ('al be 11lI. in Knglish: spcllitugnnd tr"It'1111 thin way while i I is hot.OII.H .

4; (Close connection is made Atlanta, (Cill.. at Jacksonville( St. Johns Hiver Ih'lll. : there resounded u I appallin i that a system 11 "t'\'I"I, "to bis crait- : who have- tiled them,
( J. S. : : ( tumult of plunging horses and sluiekiniwomen. uallytutu wli'I.I\ Illr.ulleI, vvhiih wi liua 1"I.ooll.--\l .
to and from all muintstirth,1 iMtVest: : ami 'I. \kJ.HOY far I recommend
11'.1L I.vIt sos, : Trll Linterns and':< had to he great improvement( in facilitating: 'hHu. Ill oiled 11 hln' 1'1'1'1. 'or.lll';
Northwest other
: doily SuperintendentJA'KFU1iLLi: II. brought out of the mil then I Wa tiol, and a great saving of expense to the 1001' kitdl"I r (
AT'MUOX, uv., \l'ra. where : are not used.! These are 1
-- that the lut : ( (iovernment mutt the people, in the printing r'HIII
With Train- for Kufaula, Columbus, Cia.! [ :; :. PIJXSACOLA .\XI 11 wicck. How the\ Kmperor" \aoll and 'ollh'll: of). dm'unit-lit, school-hook*, and periodicals. preferred to painted) flints, because the 01,1
[ :Mobile and New Oileans. ,: UAILUOAD.TKVNSIHUITVTIO.N'H does not wear and (leave bare places.Some .
i Montgomery, managed 1 to eseai, with not :so much as i t The committee, therefore, rectim- nwn\ '. \
burnt umber with the oil
.\T PKUMMIINA, nv., 1LtsTEIt Or .:, I !singe-d hair or I cut linger i is nothing shunt Jl'lll.the appointment, of I ('olml"loI!! use darker: color tothe wood. Ot,hern and so
give 1
L a use
11itliew' York and Fernamlina Steamship"sKli:, "1.\., February i,1SO./' J otlarn.lou"at'llh' not daunted in "as pieliminary}' step and for t the 1"1'11' :<(' alone Is used and it ,
Line from \ '\\' York on "Wednesday On and alter Monday, February 2, I$II. tll 11.lllal'I'I'l. the I JI"t.! eif having 1011'III'flH.1 plan l !. li 1 applied I Ililt'III""l'lol, brush, a scrubbing t
IO.'JOa.: ) m., and for Xew York on Friday, at passenger tulips of this road wi run as: follows Maid to the l (' mils! go 1111 ,' h'r Ir"- tl \hl'I'forl'II\.\' ilefiuite : hitish: or with I loth.. Hub it in ., '. '
1. house: to show them we are not afraid, until radical i t'\'l'1 I
a.40': m.; from Xrt:$NIU. X. P., on Wcdiicsilav vu : dllljl' 1IIIl. Junco no fear of grensu t
: ; fofNussaii; X. 1', on Wednesday. PASSKXOK15; : 'IL\IX-K\: 1 BOfXD.Leave I few minutes. later the nitry of line, innperinlltntnple STKOXU m-Thl': Berwickshire jour wl.I the flour Farewell to ni scrubbing I
into their became for
With (;Jeorgia and Florida Inland :Steam- ('h"Ulllut.lll.t.lai). at..... OO I'. u I. ovation boy all the signal 111:. In lull I. gave m much I"forilatll concerning tl"tton The li"Iflor .. only washing
I I Mint Cu. from Savannah:; on Tuesday, Wednesday Ll'U\1( lil'.y.................... ...... .:11 I'. M. I magnifurnt. and "1.t.tatll' ; this: r"lIllrkuII' 1111. short (e'r ) wll warm wntl'r.Of .
( Friday and Sunday;; Savannah:; i n'I'u.llay,1'riday It.l\'c'ulaha.l.C............ ....., (;Mm' P.M. rising Nevertheless enn.,+.from this cheering time to HI, of stature, II' poss prodigious: strength 1 course soap \ only 1(1 tClel to undo the'
and Sunday. \olli"l'll[ .............. ...... 7 10 I'. .M. : : In thu Napoleon vvhieh earned for; him the familiar cognomen wrkou 111'c done in oiling. Tho hot oil
j With Charleston Steamer (.S'f. Juhn's and Leave CI.l..I\.illc.; ............. '' ...... I.' .'I'1.. was an u\'rl'IIIII. fol..wll. lorth"l'urII of "Jamie Strung," or "Strong: Jamie1." "Ilnl.111. rcapplicd 1 otcasionallv. I It l'O'II.1
't' ... t'lfirui'itt) from Savannah and CharlestonWednesday Lease rloi: ol.................. ...... !ll) :2.J(! I'. u. ulllt'rtook eif tll and against afterward be' A writer in the Iterwu'k.ldrrfiee'"11'e (II I'I\pail of each vear'.s house clean .
an"l Hun"afor; Savannah and Leave Ih'( Oak................ ...... 2 .\. u. t"cttilll Italy \1' have heard him stale the greatest weight heever I il K. I
of his
;\ (Charleston Momlav and\ Friday. .\rrl\'c-a\'ulllh.:: .............. ...... !)H 011.\> M.ArriveThomasvillu w"11 il life. Not a 0\111'd'/'l't'UI'1 lifted from the ground was 105 stone, drinkers will do V''
With Steamer l-'lont bails to and from :St.Mary's ; ......... ...... A. M.Arr've for he was I thoroughly brave man, but I 11.llhnl, he had lilted eighty-live stone with :\ the nowadays" \\1 toapply
fear vvhieh the l Frene-h tintr rtiniuteHeexpeitedto test to teapurehascd
t I Oa.! and seuti-tvicekly to and fromSt. Albany.................. ...... 10 25 .\, M. t be t'ul rf< and took IhcIlilll".tlr'ullloll' one (lumd, WII'I Hie Forfarshlte. lilill 1 lilllowillJ simple: Turn out t the Infused VItogcther \
: Mary's River Landings.; Anivc I LakeCity( ............... ...... :'I .'(Gi .\. M.Arrive mlll..I'n.d, that the 4tuy. were encamped at K.vemouth: h, he went tllll.t II, tl.h'it 1.o.t.t funnel '1
.\T ntl.lwFL..\., lalllwil......... ....... ...... tt2.i.1H. tllw"I. I an itcepMaint.imv; among them. While there h'I\'I 1111 / tll'Irl' the tea a gooii will
With Trains: for Live Oak,Tallahassee, and. Ariive i .lal.: ol\.ill.l ........... ...... 7 .M) ,\. M.Arrive I in of 'ur'it..1, on, by lie a ctroiij t a .llllil -url'.ter was hoaxing much of his hrlwl'ollr.wholesome will Illr if Ilih"I'I"the (, ,- hlatk .
case: : e. never li ; Ilt
........... ...... regency of the I'Inr
all \points in Middle and West Floiida.VT I.\.rlal'lla. I' ?r. went out without diietlions: to I'1\'I \hC'I"\1"1 one !oldi'I, and nf a texture, wit -
Arrive Ciail\'ill............ ..... 501 I'. St. leaving know : In t'l to iirovidea drummer the 101"1 bo lit 11 II.v 111'1''
"II. not In
J LOCIIUIOSV: FLA., Arrive ( 'oar ( .............. ...... !ti :to I'. M. found Whl.t.tine lal..t ('11tt Ii!! \il was. to hi who would I lilt mme I than the boaster nll' the 11 the ,. the
With Steaiiier Aa. for all inN 11I1IIl1lini'llIn ; anvil at was in low purer tl'I. rot IIItlI'row
: .t/y> n> a
| could. diTsscd I I "
1'.IFFI'\IEU'rltIX-\VIF'f:: : ; 1)111.LeaweJarksonvjlle.daily 111111. as I ilrnniutt'r.vus I color of the leaf strikes the .
he used to that he had
\. (Like urri\'lIlol' Peninsular say Iln'all.t I
Orange on I .iri" I j
{ ; oidnance I
brought piece was lying
at.G: ) p. u.Lea' be assassinated wilhil Ilh am : II. The mixing that is frequently adopted 1 to +, t
I tail road Train.AT 'Fernamlina........... ......10u.tu::() such h: u ting('. During") the lemainder' of his I.t.i\! th1 whith 1 theelancingmiisterraiseelto : IIIC11"1;results: in the two kinds of h'II'I'1.- I

OVIMCSVILLK, FIA., JA'a\1 Caill'i'I\'illt';: ............. ...... t111)i .\. M, reign all !Fiantctrere- the l'I'rl'l'lti"llar, and then allowed to I is important' toHCO ,
WithtuJ.c:: Line for Vain and Tampa onMonday Leave Key .............. ...... 4- :al.v, u. iuired to (Jllall"'jitillp[ ; and not persons fall I 1 drummer whither he that"I tu.ll\'lul\10g'III'r. I",'rrh'lllr I"Wlke -
We lm.' lay and Saturday ; from LeantBaldwin ................. ...... 700 p. M. til'undnthtc.lre'1N't'tauiIivy: I i it 'losclvyntdied could do Ihat. Stiiait pretended (that Ito (, / ( N genuine
I.O I'. M, \ excuse WIIM for: e.peUlinj was Ilt'n' sine tout 'he 1'llldil; placing "Jt. wlholt wlI'I 111'1
lay. Leave Savannah ............... ...... 4 :'M) p. I. ? tilul li.ll.. despite: hN ai MIS round. the 1'11111, be rui"t'lit Corrve.K. 1'1'1'1:1.-1. Tvve tups of tllr. n ,
.VTOEIHR KEY, FL.\., [L-ave, Live I Oak); ................ I ...... o 15 ,\. M.Lavu these tht'l frm tlU Nupolemi'.s country. life II was again, I. entirely trims the Jtllll.1t uinicd I i toMuietjstanc one ( ,1 of sugar, WIt egg, one cupnf III

With '1'atl'a :Steamship: Line for :\eH"ul[ ................. ...... ::( .,,.\. :\1. attempted'1''UItIlo Italian, in 1KH'!. while in .\ 111. \Ilt'l at crtI Imll.r Ilie( size of I WUII\I, little nutmeg
Y and Manatee, Monday[ lo/ L-ave (ircc'iiville............... ...... 1:11': A. M. t, )) 11 intriguers of Orsini's inter Velvet Hall, near 1'rwl'k, I'olIC ('ullltrv. \l 1'1"11111IHlu., two h'I1"IHHlf"ll|
at Tampa 4 \ ; anal[ fur "' .st u\l:; Thursday amiThurvLiy Leave Monticell[ ............. ...,.. 5OO .v. M.Arrive1 estingcoulltry-rern'E'nubulu 111. Irl'l'ltI'r ; JIl'1 were laboiing) 'art 11.11'1 withhay cream of (.r : : baking ,
.:'{ p. I. at II Key ( Sunday Tallahassee ........... ...... ,v. M.LaveTallahasse r.itore1'entered; into a luurdcrou- uIII"\e- out of u lit'hole into which' by some powder.) Kat: with saute.
1 Pith the, United)ji. I.State.- and Havana Fast ............... ..... riG:: ) .\. M.l I. his vvhieh was Ipuimt atcident it ''ll'[ ,11'k ,fast. Stuart was appealed II. One ('11 butter, two ttips sugar two
: Mail[ Steanwr.1imiral\ fur Key Wi' t, ( l|Mionfuls baking
I u1a. on arrival[ of Spedal Train, ev: erv Hamll.I Tues- Ariive ChattaiuMte bee...... .. ......I1u1.1.: M.I and[ \ot' mysterious attempt' airainst the all to Htand u-ide, and, going underneath tine. |IH"\lt'I'. .l. pint flour. Serve with hulasauce.
'urtloo'l,1 it with load
at From Havana COXXKCTIOXS.At ( : of which puhlieheard nothing i ( 11 to the opHisite |
Ilh'rllll, ]p. m. ,
J'llll'or. side of ruu, This '. AIL (One quart of flour, twit .
( te''IHolfll.orllcllg
I 'uha, anti Key West '. Special : Oak daily with tIl Savannah, rumor. .\ game-kcc|>cr If' the til' Ita.rdilul'Ilan
C\'l.t' lallla\ r\ IX"l'lt
powder, one nit'uutlgalr,
( )) actually up quarter
train to coimett.With Flor ,11I't'rl l I'ailway to and from ot Compitgne, shot itt his: majesty i lol\'rr"IIIIIII'llllrh'rll of butter flavor with
Steamer J'ltter/ifine, for points!on the Facuntah: annul all Xorthern, E.te'rl rid w hilt1 latter was engaged[ in a plcusa11thdhrr 111 went I years'mini. A small sum was nearly eollet "I 1"11' 1011' nutmeg, tWll'J' ';"of milk ; bake
:; River i title'. ; but titieul'theettuerliesjnntn7uttauleetin I tll
-IIWllH TliurMlay ut I a. I. l'h'f 'list for which thc and about an hour. To be
- For [information routes, 1at.:, At Like City daily with the Florida (.'t'l- XIINllt''", ilisijianriil; both the lart.l" "I 111. tOl\'I'11 QI" with thr"l'.liuaI1l'\1. Clf'l
rll'tillg the late : 1",1 I : u (
1 ILiilroad and: from Jacks Iiis into the : 1:11'rt t'OltriHll'll.lllt Illl tau
'Il., apply to to fl'ill'r.: '' ( tlU lUu.lof dtilarcd J\'. is for if
to: A. O. MvfDOXHLL:[ Augustine, Palatka, Elh'rlri.t., II J.m.l. dererand killed him on the "|1.1. So till this humlcr vnnr.I. At length. "II'bN\ pound of I.t sugar,cXl.II'lt reecipt nf butter.tvyo ,
t'art'ertlustrl. Oll
lkii'1'icket: ( ami J'ass. Ajrent. jugs on the :M. Johns story runs ; (hint wll.tllr i 1 be a true one or .
|. HeiheilatTvveedinouthnii IIntlof.lpril flour 'four h'
1) 1.1.tXWELL: : (Jen'l Supt. _'! At Hal.lwil dailv the Atlantic, ; not will probably: II' known till some eggs 11.1111 jioonliiN
-_ .. md West India will. I null the memoirs 11\1 of the impelial Hlt 11.11'buried 1.1 the llth, of('rl'll of tartar tWi lca-MmnfuN| of soda
: Haiwl\ Hl frll ut seyret t'r of milk flavor with wh,,'.
in tllt'Irl"'II'" of a vast (' two mains ; brandy \
:1' Tin: ."I.onIO.'l'OWX with Vrnandimi[ steamers, (aill\'i ., 'l'l\r; Key West, andHavana. and[ ( to 1 11.1'i/ ,.tl'rgniar.l'mMtuEx.4ut'fairIChcnI.ustdents t:I 1TIl J'rwi( k .ldldj'lr.1 few d.iv* nst'waternutiut'g : in!v tlC bntlt'rundsugar
1,1 add lit
the tine of
ilt'-rward, "' (' 11 t. l'It nating .l", 1'11 r-
to of the tsterarl.'lutist.iis'rsr' tar In the flour, '
the J'eopleV\ Line mid Central Line Itoat to and succeeil them, fluctuations may crls in J'I""I. and bake ; to.111 I be eaten Ilk wine sauce.
md from Columbus, Jufmla.: Foil 0:Jainc-s, the estimation of their distant. in (,1usegnen T.r FIRST I I.NTUoiiifrifi.v OK (.bTlus.-lit V. One and a half cups nf sugar, onto tablchKjonful .
Apalachicola, and Lmdin s. lut'vuriatinn. in the theintervening in inventory of of the .
dmrat'I'r /t "tl.t cargo lii'lt'o\'r) | [ of untie egg, tine ('tipful hail'mtmlilk
Feriiuiitliiia, /irl E" alt:1t.lillJ:: and Parlor Coat hex, "I'il.t. In other worils, our fruits Suntt,,\\CM. wit find, ":'inti; I I/al' 'al. I.ltl'r. ell( milk make U
\'IMHlr"I' run daily I be stusl'tit' elistane-e in lime l II inlhicmcil by ('os, 210 1,11'cottuii vearne.. too rich[ ,Iwllalf +llluful of baking -
Towns uu 1C. It. Uue, t\1 uIuaL''ee and Ja('ksonville.Oiikk our scust'ufdnrutjon" .1tn.ruliugtuJlr.lL) 17 half's cottiHl WIH,||, (!Harl. 1h' +. .'(t, fol. [ tl'II t'I" flour to make a powdcreittetl nl't
i time, mire C'llll..tiol. Iorf.tali.t J. Unluau('$. who has wrl"1 I very Interest !ti'>.) !lint what are we to Ullttuwlly the butter nut too still'): Hake ia'u quick oven
Ami Cedar Ke> '. JWC.t'uJr; ing essay on our lolw.illIfTilll." far earlier entry "f "j his. tdu\\ colon, J p' about half an hour ami serve hot with any.
.Y" ,tf. [ ( tl! n. (Mtn'1, July, 1H71, tl(,.1> Illrali./1 mantas Dfil. ct %OTICI 1\/lltl'llf!.rlox (;M-nds on tWi(' "", 'I'iuoesealslong, Dfli) M. ]ii t.wll.. 111'UIn| nwardrobe
: 01 ithl'r when it i is rovvdtsl and exciting [ ROLL JLLYL-('AKE,1.-Threee one('u"11 I
OI TJn I'Jmx.\\Ix.f JACK- impressions, air on wilIW tour, orwlit'n of 11'rhI 11''luut=;{1-2? It is one) of ( : sugar, one tnpful flour, one tablespooiifitl f fright
on'erst4i IAMM all I'urcha.ers I large : : U.\fHO.\U; lO I'Y.. we .r.dwelling the tUIl'r fail nf its nan'enl from the !Dm by nf lautt' tl"e f.- milk nr c.f'al. one te.iMNinful| Uiking
1)\ AUTHORITY \ .\(T OF : annul ,ns4i laM Public Kecnrd Ott.utn |hwnWnter pinyin nf salt. \Vhen mixeil spread
iiumlHT <>f the most eligible and desirable TIlE lug, so arc |1I11 'llarlv ( the Otllie, but at I InlyIW
j) Lfidslutureof the State i>t Floridan- it. U in waiting for train It wcnn short It IIClru Its removal i cannot U them nn long tint ; bake ; turn titan tin .
I Jh'l
\\Aitn;, Miiituble fur IJiisinesj. Purjxc-t*. or fority titled ".\1 act to provide a ;reneral law for when it It.comjeirutively empty of rxdtingexi.erie11elr' correct reffreneu to it, beyond saying tlat it ."rl'I.I11. Jelly or 11"lah', and hill ini-

<. tht Incorporation nf llailroads is andCunaU," provides I the mind .1.1. not I. I (coniiHitns. of Hugh \'II-rll., - or "lhurlul 1lllll'ICl' ali approvetl February \'>, 1x71, noticu Uicreby dwell on i."I..IW. TlmI aj's-an comparatively tic. II. Cotton tm'I.1 to II. Tu'tlrwll beaten tygs a.l) tine ('11'
given, a!rwjuinsl by said alt, that a "lrIwu' ( ttuu'.ily cm- have bait intriMluceil into :Knxland for tine ful unfitone or. .ne ut ,otir
rz tTlOX EASY TERMS: ('liiollr has 1'1 lrll.1) under the numb ,'Iuenl our ordinary first time during the fourteenth century by annul t'u"IMIJICII] c' of tartar half

oC the t ERSA!>IAM JU-KKOXVII.LE HuJ hupjx-iis that event's just 'precul- he Veneluins and[ ('I'I'('. JI the ninthdition I teasMxinful| .all'rtu. di"IIH.1 l Iu tht'
) 1 .f J.ilrl Div.iiunt i on Values allowed to nouj CViMH.vxv, to be invei>te' with lug u tune Ir unusual exciteme-nt Illul\e nf the : vi. 4>*! un- iMwinfiiUnf water; )> pie-iuus
rfeht*. ]IOWer., privileges, and frambiscsonferre exjierience.look further oil' thall\'utl t.|. ",'f I Cotton." J'lydOII'lu. was brought "spread IM even 1' lww+ible. Have ready[ .t
1 j trtiv','Ijugt. in nianiifatturing or industrial ( *! UJKHI (comiunie] formal I under ar"I.1 l by the same interval tomparutivtlyquiit fronts Netherlands,to Britain by Protest- totn and as *)11 I done turn the t-ukt-

tnteqiriMf, who will erect on the 1'r'Ia aid act for the .purj-wo of c'"u.trudil,', Imaintaining I impressions. Jaunt. Iulllar'1111 unit rtftigce"alxmt theiioHtiof theVixteenthir over 11 it, hatt.lic nj, then spread evinlv,.
and ojtcrutiug a Railroad for $seeiii much further away I early in the w-vtiileentb entry. with jilly., 1\1 ua kly mil wr'J in <

rrty pun h1L"lrl .uh..tantal iinpnjvemt-nti ,ublic line in the conveyaiue of II.J"'ali Switzerland. than after I week nf fiutnmary .\ pansage In Itiilxlai. liv. H, eh. vii., show tlwe. ) 1
4 for or in whith to conduct their I>roi<-rty. :| r'iltI' The main line (f wM Itailrosul; will lie l aj'|K-ar to take rsut di+tantt- iMtaiiAMparattil ( early In the .bt-llh ('ltury.Cr Panagruil. t'rfuLs of flour, one of $ugur,
LILncNs.IpUCEMETS. aliout twentv-one mil' in lcuj-h ; willl hettiui.truttlrl from iliepresent by 'mingly; un 1. by ringing tie 1"41 little milk, two ev'X*, one luulttcus'Nsuufulufcre'uulof
TO 3IAXUFACTrU- }*hn 1 {.>int Atlantic, t'|iial[ Intn'all: the very fact that the one ,mger that all the "Ijil''II1ll l w.rt tartar, t ne teusiMMiiiful nf Mi gulf and Wi.t India Transit Railroad, in interval ha-s IJ''u filled with exritiugiwjuressiunl.lhe inutile to move, tlrl'll| wilo in spoalI'ul'.tif| buttvr,one wincglaWulof wine.
Fates: l by (exemption for I term of year* from Na.sMa.ii runty, and the St. John. Itivt-r. at other with tiiniparutivtlyijuitt rleaii4 hour, every one next morning | .1.hal u nutmeg', rtuMwwater and I.mUl

taxation, utfere by the several cities and about the dty of JwksonTllleunit will oiuii, M-niM tu give the mental image u white w f'JUII.r Malta" *"lltt I- juice .#'
l\through r 0f of the ti>untie+. Nassau if the event I ilitlerent degree of viviuiiCM* land, writing in \Kti. Kuy)'. : .tulll UMHIluore iii.E.\'rf PIHI>IXU.-Thrt-eet gg*' half J.' ii/i
lnn.1.11 tt and Uuval. N. HAUHIXfAN, and di tiJ'IJ"in the two t'U. Our mental ) Market .tHIltJ most ttol.IIII of butter, three,nf IIJlr. Mini & Fernamliua. D. }: JIXWEI.I. development U not only I procet-Ji nf rttention (,.ln Ilinl ( 11 Ic. three small cupfuU nf flour. iuniulhn
.-Oflr.: .7tliU.t ('. WH.KL..J Ym.EI. nf the oil it I U a nf eli*. Imut Ikilton ,Iu make tottims-t'ntrntwlJaerUt. rings. To be eaten with butttr aisl)
lctf I. JrUwU", t7n... lS.W.-iJI I'latf nf the old by the new, Thf morv .u/a r mlxeil together

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t FLORIDA. MIUUOK. Tin: wniTTAKKit FIASCO. ULAltSTOXK IX TllOUJSLL. I Jl.l.'UiIGTI'1tlOl' .ll.Ul8! j \\ have occasional 1'JI gleam SI..I'l1 of oratory in

The case! of Cadet( Whittaker derives, its importance The new British ministry have hardly had The recent establishment in h'rIUI.lI I which are well wi.rtliy i.f selection
willprove i the Senate
us an indication of the jealous and! I II time to take their seats' at the ('olHi hoardbcfure : of n United 1 States 1,1.11.,1. warehouse'. The I'or-

x.lT'Itlt.lY, it ATM, M80. I susceptible! condition of the Northern mind l.tll them'ehes: into an 1'lhnrr. I of i11lllti.11lnmlul' to importers' and preservation.' play Fi1..oIJ in the varicilphases :
been tor ease ,! r'uh'l i
on the subject of the negro and it has alodeieloped ( sing it" humiliating, position: III theeye of liU'l1 goods, and has already I it r1nC' of the serious, the sentimental / -

SPOl'I'01i1)-H/LLUaG COXTKST. lthecns'crthostilityfelthnvardlheVest \ i of the English 1 people. I availed, of by the manufacturer of cigars in presented than other

This. subject has been I before, Congress now \ Point t Milita.-y( Academy., The widespread One of the most relied upon of their number the importation to this port of Cuba; III'lc'o.' i ami the has patriotic 1 up.'e: any have before -

fur two weeks! upon) the resolution of the publicity. given, to what Is in itself a had !scarcely confessed the fact that he which, stored. in large quantities. here in the I I1'iited question which h'c'1 made different I

majority of the Committee on Election; declaring trilling matter and the avidity, with which it had made an important misstatement in re State* warehouse': !i.. withdrawn as I us I three speeches the characteristicsofthree on .

that: William I P. Kellogg( was not, and I was !ll'i1.1.11II'OIl by the preand politiciansfor I, Bard to the administration of E: MIL !JI!ico.sKIKI.K : needed. for, ""I, asavingin insurance undinterest. topics, whill represent Senators: -Ne-st. of Missouri
that II. M. Spoir.inl:; was, entitled to the eatas when the The manufacture of cigar* i is assuming : I well-known
and It the for ,
effect : ( was
)political preachers a!sensation 11I1,1 1"loIWl..111.1 t (Indiana and Junes lIfFlorida.
Senator from I for the term beginning is very characteristic of the times. the Liberal; J'llIli llIa\'I.1 by (the publication i large proportion* i I Florida.. Previousto \oOlhl'I.r from speech madea

; March 4, 1*77. :Some; of the ii1i c't \Whiltakcr the only e-olorc-d (cadet at I tion of I letter Irol Mn. (}\IISTO.VI to t the the late t\i war Ihl'f' were no cigars lr.-t Hill a l :Senator.
men in the Senate have spoken on the ,)sub ; few for local, e-oiiumptioii year since on the Army hr
t West Point. He wa of mixed blood possessing Austrian government, wherein he admits made. excepting' 1
.ieC'!. The question( ) now at issue) is: the pleat u kind of smartness: but with little that. in hi. :< during the cuirassnaimt at (Juiney, (!addcn county, wi.Ihl' tobacco .Jones, of Florida :

made, on behalf )Kellogg= that the !subject capacity' Glrsolid In tt'u<'lloll. He failed to the (Conservatives 1'1'1111' he made charges (crop was quite large. The great bulk "Sir, thtr'i is really 1I1i\hitllltlaljlIO\llt

( of his right to the !seat could not now be ,I pass his examination lat year, and had he wllll he wa* now forced to retract, and, for of t the crop was taken by I 1 Ii,n'hol purchasers, for sectional ,tf'f'11'I'1. nt.t:since 1I!the I IIIC'..-11110]'ourfl'n of

,fpened( the Senate )having in 1 1M 77. by resolution been white would, have be-on\ ii.iid'meul, but wllJ ho now is forced to apologi/.e to the principally' for Uermany. '. The, disturbamrsin i South years: 'la\'l' down!in the flame of battle.

y declared that 1 Kellogg= wa entitled) to lie wa) turned back and given another jour foreign court. It docs not 11'11 to occurto Cuba' of recent 'l'a\uwl the compromising I We cannot destroy the pat til that is beyond I

!' the seat nn fit inrriti; that this was a judi lie :stood at the 1'0101' hi*. tarn for scholar him that some' sort of an apology i.* due of manufacturers tlll'f' as well as their I the 1"'W'rlfthc' Ahltll How, but the future !it-

i, 1 eialsrthementnfthegnestion! 1 was. a rr,*
tltratn; or derided, question!, and whether One I morning I he! was found. on the floor of state' that he proposes to.disconnect his Conduct (CIIo:1' manufactories In Key West: where !upon hal ourselves.power Depend upon it, ,11'11'11.!

right or wrong must stand. This: 1 I.* denied his: room tied hand and foot, with one ear in. the cabinet from that in the canvas ; the business ha rapidly. illcrc'a: l hy the Senators who favor ousting Kellogg( I introeluccd. into Jacksonville future interests of the country. '. No
i scraped. and the other slightly cut, and apparently which sounds: very WI'I as rule of ('owhlt.hit /this industry has been desires than I do tinperpetuity -
who more
und seating SpolFord. Vance, of North (Carolina I ; utie-onsciou*. The surgeon who suggests the inquiry whether WI',1 I Ito and 1:4 i: rapidly increasing there und luau lives: of our great Il'puhtl' ; hit, sir

Hereford, ofVest Virginia I'ryor, of u a* called in found his pnNciill right, no put in power a man or II\I to whom :stub generally: successfully.' \'' are told. I.)experts if |parties lIulI }public 1llll'r tal lind nothing -

s' .\Alabama: Bailey, of Tl'III1'II."I'I''c"'t., of \bruises on bis, : head. or body and became a course: was neceary.If : that the I'l'clta\ atmosphere on our else to divide upon except the IIICloric''IIlihe '

,i1 > Missouri, and Hill of (Joorgia I. have :spoken satisfied that, the apparent} une-onc-iousnc-ss! I such I brief investigation: of the fat r"ast914 I favorable for the manipulation of late civil the war battle and for t the, prejudices the Union it were has

Itll the :side eif SpotFord' ; ami Hoar, of Mu( :<*uehussetts wa* put oil Although his room was just (ha) sutlicod to show them that tll' were in tobacco: in its preparation+ fur cigars ; that in ('I"I'n.I'r',1\,11.; I !' it in all the sincerity.

) and I Carpenter, of Wisconsin, in across the! ball from that occupied' by another the wrong, o\lh they not a' men of rectitude the interior or Ilrlhc'r latitudes both the I of u heart anxious for'II'real national amity. Ifyou

s ; favor of Kellogg. :Senator Hampton, oft cadet, with open ventilators in both I room' and,IlItdliJl'I'(', to have discovered( this climate! and Ilr'lIl'S:4: (>f the alrlu'c serious objection cannot accept the South a* she is i ali

k :Hoiith (Carolina, has also taken the ;ground and. an opening in the floor between. hi* room hlrOr they appealed. to the Illi"J 1'1'0111 for *, the tobacco losing 1 flavor: and.I being her permit interests her! to net and. and' !Ic.ak prompt in these her halls, for a*

ti that: it is: a settled question and cannot now and the one below, yet no disturbance I change of ministry ? subject to lore loss from handling,and I henceit what purpose hums represententation: been

i : be re-opened.! The evidence against; (tier heard! or any sound. I.oiii IJK\COXHKU: : : > may not require anyVery I is that not only Cuba tobacco I is imported given her?

logo/ ;14 right to the! seat ha* been conclusive \\'hillukl'r'Iory: wa: (that he was: rudely. great longevity in order. again to he and made up but the tobacco grown in "Thesuperior powers." says: )Ir. Burke

and overwhelming ; but the point) made, waked. by thl'I'C'IIU1"kecll'l'"onll. who shook: called upon' to form I ministry from that Pennsylvania and Connecticut is: brought safety.Ila(1'111, hit concessions peace with of honor the and weak with am

i that once decided it i is a "(ailjinlii'iitii; hu.s which teyiitclhelesperateattcigit to be nmunufactured1'e see no reason : "
him, :struck him with a stick' or club on the party 111'c to" the ( OI'I'lllul'lof 'fear.

thl'lInlldlollof forlllc'rl'tc'I'I'lll'lIti4111 theSen-: head, dragged him from lair beet and I made afllx the 1\\1 of Tory, !1:4: in name and fact t the why this: cigar Ih.I""lrrhful.1: not be introduced You cannot down all the barrier-

e ate, and is ill accordance, with. the general the wound., on bis ours, saying "they wouldfix 1 11I"1'r'lItl.I the elements: of iiiFcrnandina ; it* Ifllifn. directtrmisportation which nature of a hums'll between. The the remote :<

v principles determinations.( him ns they did. 11'IWII"lIlh:: ;" and, before the British constitutional strength. If thi. to Cuba, to the North and of our part(;iovernmcnt great I is 11iitllglli hl'll J'IIII

y y. The h' questions\ have been !sharply put they left at his request( they put' a pillow is not so, it will, in all probability: be lie- the West' gives the advantage of quicker flexibility rather than with

I by Senator Hill and replied' to by Senator under his he-ad. cause M it. ILIMTOXK! ( makes: great a change and cheaper freights, and its: /bonded warehouse which it expands itil'1.: I was: hitl'IHledIIltl'

l Carpenter. Senator Hill's! )propositions were, in bis 1 has withdraw tobacco for detached ('IIIIIC..t'll empire.It .
The surgeon' :and. the commandant; : of cadet Irll'll'le I* alreadjtaken placein affords opportunities) ( to that would

I first', that the Packard. Legislature, being a c.ime to the conclusion that he was him : I'e, .. I nmt: violent Tory, he took in store at no expense or delay.It be, 1'\lf enough was supposed to: unify and itlllOW't)assimilate all, I

fraudulent and incompetent) body" could. not himself. ..he }perpetrator of I the outrage. A ollico under Sin ROIIKHT: ItI'I.: 1 is an industry which requires but littlemachinery the Jl'l.nt\ shades: and phase of human hi'

elect -Il'lIl1llll.-that: its action :vii void ahintliw council 1 of Inquiry was ('alh'lllIlIll Whittllkc'rI'Wlhll'l'cln I seemed: ominous for the English: people ; employs: skilled. und commonlabor and character which are to be found living

I ; second, that the election was HO note of warning; telling him he Whl'l the Liberal party wa inhered into of adults: and children. of both !('X.S ; that under its:it.temper On the would contrary be suited it wa to ail'eeterl I sections "

bi tainted with fraud and corruption that it would I be, lixed and to" beware, !signed "A power with the sound' of rejoicing III St. Pe can he curried 1 on on : small' or large/ scales: : and climates, and that while it could

'; 4l w> wa not a \'lIlitll'11'l'tioll in any event. Friend. ," and individually .tl'lIic'IllIlI knowledge 1- tersburg where rui.lc14II'r great rival in thatempire with little or much capital ; can be easilycontracted withstand the cold freezing elements: of the

; The reply Senator: Carpenter was : That elf the Irllll ll'tioll. .\ longand patient' { of t the ]East, to which she i is: chiefly Ixl.lh.1 a:* demand: needs/ North, \ollc1llso be suited to the lltll.
4i the
and dissolving warmth of
r r t tt the Packard Ix-gisluturo was !>n Y f' ]>r t investigation! was held, and five experts' in prosperity. the raw material obtained: as wanted. Nothing this: adaptabilitv to the varied inttrests and

t j and \its action valid ; that they elected handwriting were c'lIlIe.11I1II1. furnished with adds o : v l o much tolll'I:4: manufacturing; conditions of life i is what distinguishes: : ii

t ;.' '. (Kellogg, who brought the credentials: ; that specimens of the handwriting of all the! cudets : LURING. FOR COXGKKSS.. it adds population and improvement, bring from all other ;,governments on earth. Da.\'

he was seated on the anent and I that the and the note of warning. They all The 11'lIliolllf the name of this gentleman in capital I.and employ 1 it. More c'l'llc'ialr hca""t the area tide which of emigration!' is us closing from the'1'

t (j matter vies closed.: He even went so far as agreed that designated ami numbered II candidate. in the Second HI'Itril' elo these industriesbenefit acity where manual 1'aeitic Ocean, and the separates times:Is: not far distant :

i: to say that if a WOIIIIllhollill: )bring credentials specimens were written by the same hand as bus called forth such immediate and general labor i Is employed ; i makes a permanent when numerous '\ States will be demanding

: and he seated her title to the seat could the note of warning.It approval that it would 111'1'1 he has: whenever resident population, most eif whom ac admission into the Pnlollho
be disturbed.While t. and can tell what will be the state of 'Ol polities
not t he has the
is shown that these ofwrltlll.t. gOI'll Irlcllllohll quire homes and many I We it this
YES, now specimens: C'OII'II'< fifty nut JIIICe' Depend upon ,
1 1 all the speeches were able those of confidence of the people as 111(1)( as did hope some of our : will Southern cannot live forever. A
the question
,' ) designated: by experts! as having c'"tl'rlli..ll.ilzc'II:01
fil'nntoNIt and l Hill attracted the most at- at this place. look into this of time will come when it mut be do c'(1
boon written the the note Iltl'r 111c.itlll'r
by same as
I i r (entiuntirnulmirVestfurnlrhet as: part of)hishpeech person The incidents. : of his career arc so numerous or induce from abroad to establish Why not close it now? You sayJUiat (
of warning, were! all written by Whittaker. i oth't black population of the South is not represented
a lit t of those who hud been engaged I that we cannot now give them in greater cigar manufae-ture hereVe men
It was further shown that the note of warning toll in the other House because men orI
> in returning board and election( manipulators was written upon a )piece of paper{ Whiehlied detail than we did in these columns when that previous to (the war 11 !superior article of I color are not elected to CIIII' re::<. I know of

and who had been appointed{ to otllce he first arrived the Ntietefruut his long absence. tohal''o,1" grown in udden! county ; after no provision in the laws or ('OIittltlol
'been torn oil'u sheet on which Whitta
I which entitles that class of
GI by the Jla administration: : Sutllce it to that in duty persons:
1 k ker had written a letter to his mother thus: say every the war its cultivation as a crop was not tipct representation. You increased the
M(, I.. Stearns Governor; (Commissioner to whicJi has devolved him he has
('1I1I'luln.l.ICllllr\. lIIr Whittaker u.s: the upon "h'lwl rl'-IIII: We learn that the prices: offered number of 1I\lher from the South after
I Hot Spring, salary of$5lHHi.F. I integrity and' capacity. The objection (that by cigar for that kind of tobacco has you the ballot to the black man, but
writer of the note of warning and making lkl'1 III'C
I C. Humphreys! Joll..or-'IIII.l'Ior: atPensueolu ) "
not done from motive
t his holding otlice under foreign Prince : was any
induced the in (that to again 01
I W.oiiO.:! it reasonably certain that he was: the )planner Ilaltrl county kindness! toward the white population.
S. II. McLin Ucturnlng Hoard-Associate: and gettcr-up of the sclf-inflic-tod outrage without the consent of this go/eminent, willdisqualify plant toha'I'f; 11110t only 1 is tobacco: beingplanted ('0111,101 did not have the cH'ect intended
Justice to Mexico, &lixio.: ) him, cannot if true, avail, as. .
l is i
any but the experiment{ being is not the first instance where tin-
In the face of this but before it thl'r'
: proof, was
.; Moses J, Taylor, Clerk Circuit 'ourt Jefferson
such disqualification be easily removed tried in other counties. Persons familiar result of measure disappointed{ the c'uklia.
: count t}*Clerk United I States office, prouhlc'tMiVhittaker I reiterated under oath 1'11 I
.i: r tion of the lawgiver. A great benefit has
1 act of The ( ;
f by Congress.! : l'IC'rl cultivation confident that
JL2". his former !statements lie also" testified, before ( with its are I superior ensued: to H..tloll,111UI arc entitledto
Joseph: \ ihrw is, Inspector, (Leon county the court to the uniform good treatment may not lie I familiar with the }jwdities of tobacco can be grown in most of the the !all'tl that be due to
_ ; Clerk Treasury Department $7U.W. : '. he had received and his letters this country as some others, but we IIUl..111. localities in the :State ; the climate, soil and person administers a poion to destroy'
were -
K. Cessna Judge Al.ichuu\ l'nUllh'1'.lstllla..h'r proeluccHl
: -
& if the:Stateur ) would stiller in having and with Ii"'Idim and it happens to cure him of a
country a
seasons are
fa\orahly. h'I111'
ft:!, .I4NI. ulle-ging the contrury. Since the inquiry .
H, JI. llluck. III"Pl''lurllI'hutl: ) countv a man who was not familiarwith all the pet- ket assured it would staple 11"'nl'l'
has been going on be has sent other hl'I'Ole Iproliuhll' The Ilbli.rtullt of all your laws
Philadelphia Custom-house, $!)IH'! ). tine* of our political life, and who*I'lhonght rcatilj
fit i II. ''l'IA'OIl.I''rl'tllt\: (Jov. :Stearns: .- letters: appealing' to i hi:* Maker for his: inno > < crimp __________________ to the unhappy :South is that they attempt
would naturally turn to those "roal principles to break down the landmarks of nature and
+ Clerk Treasury Department" :r1,'_'1N''. ('1'111'1',11I111 Inconsistent with his statements: which in the and should Till: COXGIIESSIOXAL LIBItA. It J arrogate to hUlllallIowcr what (!
t + j John Vanillin, Adjutanttcncral Re-: and the proof. t'11111..t The Library of Congress had. Its origin in has never attempted to Thl'f'
ocher 1.11111Obloc $oo. and fees. country.
The fact remains\ however, t that he barbeen every the year IHdo, when, on the oce-asion of the are limits to the range of human widom.
James Hell 1 ticket' Jefferson
6 changed ,1 and in the
'; 1'IIIIIIty-Tllllht'r. :shown to be guilty of dee-option duplicity removal of the seat of government from arrogrance( political a* well as in
AXD the natural Science and art have
Manuel OIl\'ln. Rc-public-un( I Manager, t and perjury, and ha inflicted uponhU { ambition. the hour IIJ.I! annihilatespace. S Philadelphia Washington, the sum of done much wor"1 \' and elevate the condition
The to
Monroe county-Consul Spcz/ia: ( $ ,:1NO! '. iae a great: injury h y" discouraging the II $.->,(M)0 was appropriated for the pure-base of of man, hit there are harril'J to their
-. -. PhfliM, Political Manager:; -:Scoretarv This is virtually accomplished
I to elevate them and by !showing tmc-h books be for t the l.hol which the wisdom of will
attempt as use Iro\Ilt.J'e
m to aria J'xp': 'Ilil ill, JSJ..VN:! ). through the telegraph ; but the age not satisfied necessary not permit them to the
J E. W. Maxwell) Detective/ vi-itingMutc-: how unworthy he was to enter u profession' with delegated hashailed of Congress: When the library was burned political l world. 11:1.II:1, i hcncath.
men-Licutunaut in Army, :$;::1 liio.( in which couragemanliness; : and honor are I 1'0I\11111'Utloll. in ISlt it consisted of only three thousandvolumes. the lofty dome l'onjrc' : Capitol with
1'. O. Mills -Treasurv with \ invention of the grand
telegrapher- Department ,1'n""tthc'
esH-e-iul ri-qnisites.: 31 Jr. Jefferson, who had for the of peoplelodgedin
s $;:lt>0.Dennis ( I telephone' enabling( people) to talk mouth to many 'io'.l'rl'lln JNIWIT I great
I The motive i iy: hard to defineThe Baltimore been in collecting fine librarywhich we mar'uillh' imagine thai
ulI.l'halrll\l1l1: Republican :State years engaged
( to mouth and to hoar car to car. the authority 01'our laws tan uproot the
(Committee(' ("\' IlIh'rlllllltl'\'nuc', :$f:-',- .llIIl'f t"1lI (Republican: ) suggest; tr that The bicycle is the development of man'scmhitioti then numbered over 1IH10( > volumes, f.JI"latiol of 011' social I'\"tl'm.

I ?. :>7.L. "tho more )probable theory i I", that whilefears tendered it to Congress on their own "'rl- A!man preceded society, so society }pre-
to himself with
1 n!, Dennis: Republican\ Manager; Alach transport grout
failure had something to do with it ami. of payment. Party spirit ran I coded gun.tlc'nt. and as.tll one must conform ,
: ua: 'IIUIITrl'I"ur"ury Department. his own volition. Tho locomotive 1'll I to impulses and of individual
J. \\'. Jlowell Manager; Kcturns, Maker a certain ilelr,-dnmnatie tendency plainly 11"1I'I'lllt balloon are not { but high that the li authorizing the purchase I, life the other can never tC'II.I"I\Il for( great

Y county-Collector at VVrnandina, $lAki. noticeable in hi* letter, and in his hearing the bicycle i is step in the tc'll-prll'ICI.of self.propulsten ha I I majority of but ten \'uto in the House length of time set itself above UI'want

before the (court made the idea of figuring'" I .lr'l.tlol of Representatives.This I feeling*, or interest of .sooiety. The people
that of .
q OUlllIlX.U'Ollll1. \OM1XKKS.It rh'allg 11\11 The usphult who l..k the repeal of those'laws are voitr
victim of rare prejudice u pleasing one to formed the nucleus tit'guotl
c'olltlon I .
uvements Washington are thlronetldaily
I t r will be seen by the letter in this issue i himand he brooded event until his reveries | library 1\11 was in itself very complete) own been the f'lluweftfzeus.Vhatever' '
with men miningalong of the it is
) i that another oncis: added' to the already long took. practical. shape in the cur-slitting! bu>iness. l i- on the IIIII'r bicycle lt almost young as safely and in works relating( to America and in books to .tti'n'n't'tht'l here. Much past ha "YIII'Ilut 1'1'11uC''ompl..hl'll

M list of honorable names from which the I ," of tlol'II'Ihlilll( been mainly byMr. in the work of )restoring harmony
noiselessly birds. With slight effort the IrO'ul'tl
Demorut.s may their candidate j .forJovernor. I The Senators, the preacher and the poli .1" ( Jefferson during his n1.1'n1. ahrad. I tl country ali IIIllll'c'lulln> to
of the belnte.
rider steins cum divert with the sliced| Be assured that of
-t ,, < ; It Is that of JrwiK M I VXWKIL.: tlILiirWoo have seized upon the l'tl."l' to The library was not established in its I harsh law will greatly overbalance memory)
race horse and literally flies through the uir.As n1' .
3 His last apiH-arance to the people of East: I make-capital of it are deservedly held up to the machine avnsist.lit'a: large wheeland }present location until the year 1H2I:! when i teinjMirary advantage e which may t.frlil

,1 .. r rioridu was when he presided over the ridicule. The case i is ovor. Whittaker's remaining the annual appropriation 'for the pun'base of I them. Do not, I ln-seech you, l'rmi upon
s : one in rear of the hu"o1m' the false that it i* wise to foment
convention ut O.uim \\hkh fours ago inmigurutcd e-ham-o I is to imitate other notorieties -111 Ilr'tl honks wa increased to So,!"' per :year. In : Iltll. tn.1IlrJH.tuat
i the ditHculty to the hllkl'r.ont'l'l: !to l { sectional strife. Kven though
that sweeping caulNairn which I write a hook, sell his photographs IK in preservingthe balam-e. The rider 1V)1 the library took tire' "rl a fine and I:j yon he the! stronger party in the end it will

{ !led to the retie of thi. :state from ||IUM' I LUid go: on to (tho lecture platform and exhibit mounts his pedicle from lichind, but dismounts 3t>,uk \oluinc out of tho .V' >,0oo tht'l accu- j I not avail. you, for it was the observation of a

who won' strangling it. and at thesame time himself viththrllriaatictryui Ixndme tultll'r.destroyed.. Congress immediately great -tat's\:1 that conciliation was tin-
ut ,"Il'. The tricycle, or threevhcclod true nations whatever be their
Micking its blo<>.l. .\!*! well as we can tell at your (curs my countrymen." till undo u large appropriation of x5ooo( ) weakness
I machine, i is much more convenient, : or their !ttl'llth. and that occasions -
this isMic, l before the re.-nlt of hue rvmen- and ran ln propelled by one without to purchase hooks with und repaired the j I might arise in t \, of the most
} any
t \'I lItiolls11 l he held to- l.iy i is known, the cantliiLite TUK KIVKK AXlt 1.IlUIUiiIL(, library-room. In l.sJi"> two wings wore added i I It }1"I\n'rfulltate when t] "l who are too weak

is most. likely to( be sehvtisl from I We publish in another column the principal practice" und !j. lure l I"'t.mill Itunbtlessthese 11 the library-room with 1 c'OIIIUIt" for l.V,. i iNN t'l i! authority might prove strong C
machine will be perfected MI that they enough t. { its ruin.Mr. ,
t s :. Middle Florida ; hut if not it i N iH'<...,t likely togo i {part of the nin'rullllllarlMr( Bill, omitting ([ ) volumes more Congress received the '; compass f

; to the West, and in that case Judge Maxwell i, the long list appropriation- for other will come intogciieral' use fur tnn.llul shortdistance :Smithsonian Library in lrtV und gave f 100,. : ( Vortices, of Indiana, on the 3th of i
*, for rxercie.Pith .
or May addrcsse-d the
will I'rohhlhl''l'rr! Mrongon account States:' and selecting those interest to theHopleof (HI) for the Peter Kore-e historical collection | Senate on the subject of
I one of these flyers on the beach of the
cf his hcingalready known }politically to the I"[ )Florida. I in 1+4(7.( I iUy i Congressional Library. The )>croration i
Amelia Island u delightful (exercise could of his ;
people) (>f the tither sections. At any rate The bill has to be acted tam in the House, a copyright law enacted in iso two {11och1\u f"low.:

the We..t oflers! in J'UUIIn.1: M\\WKLI. u I w Iil'tit is subject amendments, and then ha't tage of'ft being tricycle equally,' would appropriate have the I.ulh'un.1 i i-opiesof all publications required! to he copyrighted ;I i whole I Siy, I subject have now before endeavored the lay L have this ,

ufhlt'l'uil'i to choose from.V : ui the :Senate, where it may bo amended, aiul gentleman und lady could take I were to lc'l (111"I"itt..l with the librarian {I p .iute.l out the condition of the Library, itsprtasiug

I \\ hdil'(1'11 what we sec of tl t'teilierf } : lining to the late |>criod when the report of tt'U"their tricycle I ride withoiitthe risk of annuhh of Congress instead 1 of Il'illl deposited necessities, the different remediesMiggestcd

the people that there will bo u disH| itiouon the Engineer: Department I was received, itWlb I'I'tll with the clerk of the United States Courts us :' ; and I have explained the proMisod -
h or unsafe Venture tlu'I'rt..lkt,1 -
legislation. 1
friends of all the jMisViblonominees not the House Committee 1 ; I had been previously lone Under Jaw {landing might indeed
tlie luirt of the I'lal'h4.'liJrl' I that within ten they will lie us i ths make udtlitfunalappeals to 8l'uatol. might
+' to sacrifice IIl'rsllnaI1.rd'l'f1I1'C'S forthegoJlof until utter the hill hud, IH-OII practically iHimmoi and us K-O ice-able HUt us I I the[ library receives duplicates of every publication dwell upon' the \ tlmatI' value of the Li

t thei lJartr. The one thing whichshould i :lo>ed', the( M. Johns liar Wing the last item. whl"'J.rr"\ ,;,a.ll in this country. Thi make brary ot Congress "hIt' frll the mere uu'JtIIXh
i ind that ut low tide 'uno.f them will IK >
of its
fortify us: In our oinlidence IVmrKratii' \1. Cumberland Sound: I the only harbor of 'I' in enormous annual addition to the librarywithoutexpemtj.'tothegutenuneat i lt collection. I is rich in
skimming along Amelia beach.Ir every branch of human i j"
supremacy K that wluttcvurInn)' IH.l its class, and importance which has not reccitirl : j M't'l I eX'IIt: |I not only a great (' knuwltlt. I

J !he' dirti-renci an to ('ul'udtthert! are none consideration in the bill, it is to be is ported that the. friends of Justice in their care and rrt."rnttulI! In sixtix-n thfujhthut; it embraces the JJt ullr production ul

.. t'llarJl'teralml that we are, loped the omission will 1 lie corrected in the years the library had inm-asod from S0t", *) al utllr '"untrit. Jt has II'u made
3* t l personal inmtid. \' up to the present time in all
I It IJ.lltl
( oUVring for tlw..uftrugc ..f sonute.where the representation of our tate fe.lumes tei probably ut the insert time j that
tiwr; :ti.n', starts: u : : i j-ertaiiw to the
the ksi.le an honest land if \ I .* on unequal( ftlutingaltbtthat of any "th..,. the tate l'un\.nll'n, {INtOt) volume i judicial departments 1t".lut\lxluh'cUlul gO\rulnt, i1i


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work1111: t Jurisprudence I i I political 1 I I !science I 2'1IIiIL1't 1.( ILl I r ItltATlYMO: \
political history" and I parliamentary law ri: that t!"lil, by partial, unjust, uml op1 ,1'11 111'1:1 Axn 1.1:101 HILL.In i"tT'10.11
The collection 'llf f works on the pfiysical!" nut GorEiixoii-wHu is in: ;? I ltlI: 'ot'lof tatil'IIIIII'rlnl'I'I'I'1I11'I the House of Itcprcsentatives, May I, The (Jovernor him"clf
ion, t welcomed the visitor with I, f that charming
silences i is also very I extensive t I ami t i.I valuable I t IsHtiir nfthf FI'i"i} |'|'?' : | ( l.i'it'" richer by far: than II the 1J111f\.tltllj Mr. Hl':111 11'11 I the (Committee on Commerce and courtesy which 1 Is so natural! with him

while. in the. fields architecture I '. I painting i ; : SIR : In your editorial of the Mh insf.. Pactolus but bestow dollar, on the reported(' following; hill : and s ll.iftering to its recipient. He 1 Is I
sculpture\' 11111111'1111.1-1111", : ', medicine, theology I >'on have, in in .. "illot I and discipliuc. the 1 I In the I hcst sense of t tin-I
my opinion a intlc' para H'It'I'II .lci.1 "( courage .\ Hill making : t for I con t thorough i I Democrat,
topography\' kindred subjects 1\lo\rilllolI'
; geneal-vry.aml sketched for I| ,: and st Mint'limIt. I 1 ily I accessible, hospitable and sympathetic
( (the foundation has )been laid for; s-rcat I g'llh. us the man whll we \ \.till'I'O :11.llrl011 repair) IIlll1'tl''lt\'a. vl ca
; the
i ) 11 111'IIHlin t ion of ( works on rivers and perfection
nominate dlll)1 :qlarl lil' 10111' 'l'tII; : hl'IHlll'n
future excelknee. To the
I neglect the : us
: propercare \ \ No
Ill'IIII'rllit'nlll.Iial' | 1111 :W.rnnMHm.WN: : ) (I I to t 1111Hlalo 1lllli.r other ''. of the dloo1
of :such. a :source of information' : ami of t : for (tovenior. Here I i is hi.idll'l'' asdrawn i lit- it fiinctfil J'"lll"I', 11101.." of jt'llklHlOf t the t farmer
.1111\11.1 /lr III
Ijght!; ''I'than to jeave I it in jeopardy\,: an Ii.nrlunger .I i in a few graphic l i lines, which I i deserve: t.nll.. I horoscope the future of this !i'i'Jmr'selI0i.t nflhf! tt',.i1i1( St'ifff, t'f .1 t wrnVuin ; (as he\delights tl (' I himselfvill) I I forget
i is
; : now possible, :appear\ \' littli'1(4.s to I I be I and I | country improperly the lime will come III diitiircft qs.qrh,1.,? That the 1 i following l the charm ,1 his hospitable reception. TheJovernor
( than a ('rj1iit' against civilization andprogress. I l t uptn
1I'lla\.1 Ilh'lal'll 11'111\ j I!history, i.\ en I in t the life of the present sums o'f money 1 II and are hereby ( C'011111.1 :
We I1lIl'aI'rlIIII'U) to it in order ::I the the 1""liIHIIII'I: and /irmir 'nl'lalln'Ihl'l IIi lake nil of our be paid Hit of any money 111'1'Illal.111 t i \'a ago I learned a valuable -

to renew our' :sticngth; for the conflicts oflife. vv believer a !'o l'llo1 i is to I be made of a candidate : statesmanship all 11 martial resources: I not otherwise appropriated: to be 1'111 1111 erv' practical; lesson I in philanthropy. -
1 Those who drink most deeply at it* :, high IItlI('(' : ; all the devotion and pat I riot ism of our expended\' I under t the direition of t the Secretary I had just hl'I'llllle Governor and I
springs\, ) are the :strongest" and, most tntliiritig.1 ; I; lo ; I II. North and South, to uphold the II'npl. for the 1'11"1111101, naturally thought. I was 1111 smarter than
Ponce de 1 Leon the :Spanish:\, adventurer, The true basis of selection it seems to us, doctrine Democratic 1'1 \\lr. rl'\alr. something to
I 111111111',1 11I'lllot {completion :11.1 )preservation l'r'il''I''IIIIIII"t It.
sought! the fabled fountain of perpetual : I. that lip-Hi which we daily: act in our own : administration' t 1 works hereinafter I "I Ilhll show it. TIII'f'was thllI a negro ;
Iw..I'I.tnllh' trlOlcl'
youth, a fountain; whose 1 warm waters would i 'I affairs: -to entrust our 111'1'1'-1": t to 11'1 ofdiameter I over this Wl. world in the I frl'l 1:11"1 il 5! In Auburn prison named I Jack. I

melt\ the frosts ofage; and change: the autuinti integrity and capacity. There l is i institutions t'r n\la progrcsshe civilization.Let I I Improving harbor at Charleston.: Suuit iiCnruhuiuut'ouut member what his crime was, hit his pardon
ami I the winter time 'human existence' i into n latent 1'1'!' an eternal :< )riIg. I He! did not liml, it : no i mind j'I's to their nomination to the country nail by legislative) I harbor at Sav aiimih and Savannah he I had behaved une.xccptionably, for twenty-

:such fountain flows except in the immortalrealms I ollicea Iltal 111"I.t of f much tl'nll'r'al"'j build. up 1 feeling nrfll'r."llY 1111 ::1"1'1 ('it'i mrgia-Continuing I 111'11'11'It "11'11. Now as 1 did not know any
beyond ; but even bad he made: t the than politician, willing people and unity as to devotion rh\l ll.llll't"I white man who had behaved himself so longas
discovery' heart longed! 111'; it would have: straight-forward, good luau esteemed in all to :thug which :-hnl pervade all I harbor at Irll"wic'k. ( Jeorgia f that, I thought I w011tl'alllll.ll1k, and

had but !>1IJtht'allle III comparison\ with a I the relations of private life, honorable. liithu.flu classes1 II 0\1' 1o1llatol, \ as our -( \ Wtl) '. I Illhl so. I tllt 11111'1 mycf I
vast: fountain of thought into which) !!' best: uuuul. just.eomtuamNtlic1 1'1':<11'1 0111 parties : guide in the noble sentimentstumped Improving I harbor at Cedar Key, Florida \' much at the f I time t \ I
minds. of all the ages have poured' t their I I t ,a 1 f.i'48 most :.serviceable (' fill ins upon the seal of my own loved -.Continuing i improvement $I I' t)(I(>I.I I. exhibition of philanthropy. Hit I was

mighty resources' mill from whose: depths I WIll I lie may\ not be what is called popu" tOlllllwl'alh. ."Tuited we stand, divided I' I Improving harbor at Pcnsacola: Florida doomed to "(' Ilh'I'I' 'I'll.II\t very speedily.
we IIl1i.Iraw. from hlllltll( hour, and from ; II may' not be "a haililow1.1 met fal I improvement, $latui It). I 111 few days I got 1 letter from Jink who
day to; day the inspiration, 'unfailing; intellectual I or I "good, fellow, or I \pliable! lall. or one harbor at )f"hll.\lhlllh- wanted to know what he hud done that heshould

youth! I vigor, and progression.The : I ('aJ'rll seek pOIIII'il111; tl'I'I' i I.. a latent .f \ I J nrroTiiisis. i Continuing imiirovcincnt, l .!. //I(I I be tllllllllt of comfortable quarter I
phY-It'tIIIHIII: must old. his hair power II : will I t I''luattal lulehil',' l River, (icorg'm in the vinter-aihIitig that
: grow : )1,1111'1' '11 .Albany /:,'HIh1!, Jmirnnt, "Iadl.I ,1111'1' Improving : ii f 11 1,11'01 I 1I\i
must whiten, and. his face 1 bear t the furrows I build up : strengthen the party or the its change I' of management at t break I. -( Continuing I"PI'II\'I'II'lt. $''IiMWi.) lie thought least: I could. I have done.

of years : his :step must falter and his band: people who are wise: enough; to make them of t the h Smyth I quarrel: 1 has e\inccd I a :strong Improving) t 'Ol : : (ieorgia. 1111.\111- I would have been to wait until t Spring. This:
grow ft.hle. Not Jiccessarily so with the in their candidates., The friends of so-called leaning against the t ex-President and decided hall-Continuing I I ituujmrllyeuuueuit, $7.\ il'lIel'tllallllall.! ) '.rII I(' mind i'cd at I the 1 crystal I"pllal IIIl make many' promises" of vote' restlessness under t the 11'1'1.1:11'III I his I Improving Flint River, (ieorgia: --Continuing came to t the {'llIdI1101 (hat I th'f' are two
fountains; of accumulated. knowledge; will ('\ cannot deliver and there is awide friends I that Slate, il'( on I improvement. $''(I MIII.I I. I. ides lo every question: !of philanthropy.

continue its youth. its growth, and I its expansion : \'atiail'l beivvcen the promise ami the his prospects: I as filll\1"11101'': I Improving Omulgce) River, ( h'urgin.-\nu- :Some: of my Abolitionist frlll-Joll.llll'n( ,
: until it makes its: Una! transition toa 1'trlI1IIII. hit I good man always gets in .( icneral t I nevertheless\ tinuing operations, !j7HHi.Improving ( ). hit '11'1'0II their \il'WIl'l II tf
t sphere endless andunlited! development.Let I dl'I'I''11'1 :i 11"1'1 foremost: in (lie field ; and the pollltllli. I Oconee) I Jin't.i Ocorcia, $1!,Mo.( me that I had I while face but nhluck 111'at

us, th'rdlll'l''I') this great national. I 1 1:1 glad tl able to' think that there (,hi 111' so adjusted. in the Improving ( : IIHI ('oiisivatet'hlivers : but it never troubled me, and now 1 see thllI

hrary our love and our care. Nothing eai I are more than one in our good State delegates 1111' \'l t to be chosen t that he is likely (Jeorgia2MH( I). I they Ir"lllh' utiprepared to deal with the
:surpass: it i in I importance. Knowledge' i is: II 111'1 l I to retain advantage and go into the Improving Apalachicola' River, Florida, future of I the negro In our 111111 I wish Itvere
power, I the power I to maintain free COUTH who' might ha\e sat t for t the tihovc portrait. convention with more ochxatcs than any :I 1,010.111'rll'II. not so, but we ('I't 11 be practicalphilanthropists.

meiil I and! preserve constitutional liberty' Hut flint one to w h..1 I the likeness i I.t 1".t other, ('allllal'; if not with more votes I Amlachicola 1\ : Hay; $1,414.) ."
Without it the world grows dark}; and I Hit' : 11 lIIi rahll'" is a gentleman: still ullfhl'IIII'ollh In that case he will be I Improving" I Clioetawhatchee \1'1 101'1Ib I have given these extracts t 11011 a long

human race fakes up) its I lu'kwllI'IIIIIUrdl, I tithe I in 1'XIII'111.1 life, who, before; the war, can be demonstrated, tutu .\lal111 up to I'wlol, $7, H)\. ('I\'I'I'IIiUI with t the I (,' \' to show
regions of barbarism. til' Irilll' .I that his defeat will follow his nomination. I Improving! inside passage between Fcrnaudina your readers how keenly alive he I is to all

!I: cannot believe that t the plain 1\1111111I 'r- served t\o tNI!in the l.lIil'.l States Congress This It will not be easy, 'l.thal' not possible 1111(1 St. Ji'liii's, Florida, -Continuing. social I maul t political I questions, and'I how active i

alive duty of Congress on the :subject of its ; during the war win Senator in flu- to do. The candidate W, I majority of Illr'11'lIt. $jI< I). and strong are 11 I his Il'ltnl"W.n. Hut j

Library will be longer neglected I ISJ'l'LEUS ('federate (Congress ; after the war on our the delegates III 1 ('ln\'lllo1 is PI'I'llah1' I IllrO\'III F.seambia River, Alabama, $',. words cannot the force and grace with 1'
I the strongest llal with the II HH which he :spoke, and the impression he ulinhlt' ,
Supreme Court bench ; and now, with thl'lpr.wllo II case: of ieneral (irant, however, t this rule I IniprovingSuwannee River, Flor lu'UIU. I lIt t the \1:1111'. There are no signs of physical
O\ Till: VALATKA JIESEnVATlOX. if men of all classes, color and conditions would not hold good. He is :
|s judge; of the First Judicial tinmit the polill.:11 I than h he is with t the people. Imjiroving Yolu-II: Hit, Florida, $.">,IHX); only I manifests I itself occasionally, and at the
Our III Congress, \II'. I Hull and I the of War is I hereby authorized I looksscarce
Representative! ,, name .A. K.: MAXWHI.U of l'euua. Hit only nominate, while thepeople Secretary the sound of 1 hesitating syllable. 1 It'
is to he congratulated on his success: in obtaining 111'111101 I elect, it is of far IIH'I' I 11101'111111'1' to make such :special contract for the sixty I years of age, though I really I 111111'I
('oln.With that candidate should h be n t PI"I'I'lIllo10f the work us in his .judg- years older. I His tall form i is erect ami :stately, '
hill the
the of the through I 11)
passage none of the arts by which the demagogue prophet! ban' that he should I be in favor withpoliticians ment best promote the { t!! ot the I ids hair I is scarcely gray, tutu his clear hazel
House, for' t the relief of the settlers: on I the or politician wins fa (Jovernment t. eve \is full of tIre He 1111'1'1 himself intotdecity

military reservation near I'alatka. On the "1.1' popular him but, "Whether ( ieneral I ( r:"t is the :1 strongest IIII\rllll t the St. John's' River, t (every II1 in of w'lthl'I', I
Sth t instant he secured the consideration: ol ,'or-wih nothing to recommend man or not, we believe him to 1 be strong h Ill'I'II'"II t the h bar at the mouth thereof, and is us ri ) I any' farmer of his, age, in
superior talents, lofty l character, spotless integrity enough to be elected if I nominated, because, $1 this ('11111)'. All the stories sent out in regard
the bill by unanimous consent.! To obtain a handsome 1''rol. and that courtesy in the,(ircsent state of t the public mind, the It :shall be the duty of I the Secretary of to Ids ill-health ore political canards,

unanimous consent of the House to takIng of manner which weakest I Republican Is !stronger I than I the War to apply t the money herein appropriated and have no foundation whatever. 'l all

iii a hillllllt of its order. on the calendar suavity \111'1\:1 strongest Democrat." for improvements other t than surveysand estimates appearance he has u lease of tWI'It. yean* of
are the spontaneous and 1Iutfl..t'.1 outcome candidate be in carrying i on the various works us excel
Ii dilllcult thing to do, and it speaks : That 11Hl'p"hlil'll 1'11 lfl't to( (hltie. Having an
a"l'rr and expression! of an honest: WII 1'1 and elected against{ any t'uun i'rat is 1 boastfulassumption far as can be without II'rilll' detriment to :< ittit 11)11, he has taken good care III
well I for \l II'. Hull's I personal: I influence and \ the of the ( hy contract.When It
kind hl'utt-Ihl" : faithful not warranted by the political Inh'rt o"I'rlll'lt nllt the result is ,('1'1 in his ( i
relations with members of both parties that l'hri-tluljr\'lt'III confided, him situation, What 11'lt.OI Is t there) t for ll.ll'\- such works cannot be done by contract I Ii 11'1, walk, and clear, penetrating
in all the trusts ever to .
he was able to secure unanimous I consent I to : ing that the 1I'II'rlll'art 1 is Iot I without serious injury to the public Voice.! -Iff. I/IH, !, Jt., I t tA
has enjoyed: and now enjoys wherever personally stroncin ISM il ( when thl'Hl'III.lkul Interest, they may be prosecuted by hired
taking up and i passing t the bill, which is ofvery known, 11IIt'1:<11' and mla of popularity ticket had WI"hit 111' majority in ,Ilbor.'hl'n saiil; works are done'hy contract U001J iroitFOIt FLOUIHA. j ,
to the people of Put made after sufficient
great imiMirtance } the The popular majority such contracts shall I
1lIlIIll'ounty. 1l'\'r surpassed in the I case of any)' in dl'l.toml'ol(> was largely" in favor of the Demo'cratic public! advertisement for proposals in In 11)whitr cotton wi continue to be
citizen oft his commonwealth.Helieving the in the old t'IttmtuStati's
candidate.Tilden manner and form as t the Secretary ol 11
I'tLATKA 1IL1T.'nIU'F.RTIfI FI.hiIA.Mn. the chief magistracy i sovereign 111,1'VII shall prescribe, etc., etc.SEC as it I Is better ulIll.rtooll by the hulk i
HVI.L. I move, Mr. Speaker, by unanimous III I rL'CCIV41l..4.M 1.IJWHayes ( of t the emigrants Hut
-. 2. That the of War is hereby thul any l'rtil.
us said by an I illustrious 1 1 1 cit IZl'1 of I rircivcd. ........4utl'Jl"iTildcn's ; ( Secretary
consent to take up for action at this Itutl .... directed, at his to cause examinations Florida can produce any crop f grow
time u bill (II. It. No. 4S 0)!) to confirm certain South Carolina of the Presidency, "al office 11O'rl'101, and estimates ill (the tropic or zones. With judicious
entries and warrant locations, in the for- neither to be sought or declined:. ," I spre-: majority................. :Injl costs of Improvements or surveys II to l he made 11 tiuci \f'III'rtc could supply tin- '

mer I'alatka military reservation: in Florida.\ :sent t the minnie u ift r. with no' other I Although Tilden lost his l'I'dlll by the the following points, \.Ilropl'r whole South with suga and nIe('. I can t.11
The bill which was. read, provides' \ III the t first: llx\\.l narrowest: of possible majorities lajllriyII Florida ; Aucillaand compete successfully against Cuba il tl'1'
:section that in all I cases in which lands I lying knowledge of his wishes than: that hl'llol'Jt '' one-in the electoral "III.JotI', Il 1'111 \ 1'IIClllawuH'r I Chipola I ILl vt'r, Florida aligns, lemons and'..hUiulllt! it can ,

within the limits of the former Palutku military / desire the nomination, yet with the full Ial I of Hayes by more lul .' of I ; Ockloocknce River, ; I huh sun's' I produce coffee, ('U'lunut" 0\1 i '. I j f.
reservation in Florida have been entered million in the popular Democrats In California the .
confidence that he wil 1 and can withhold no 'i Creek, Florida, etc. enterprising! emigrants :
by settlers: under, the homestead I laws, sacrifice and I no service which I I bede have at present I majority) both in the SE; That for I the l'xlllllllntlll and surveys to t the southern counties are vigorously I endeavoring :
ami their 1'lItril'llIrC found to conflict with may Senate: and the I House[ their majority in I'J and for incidental to raise and other products ,

.selections 1 by t the I State of Florida' under t the 1IIllll'lluf him. by the people of Florida.P. the popular branch 1f Congress :showing) repairs Il'rdllvidl'dlir of harbors) t lipr which there is no special for t tl markets 11\1 t tll' Atlantic seaboard,

grant svvam'p lands by act of Congress of I:. It. II. that the people of the country at lal'Jotl continued appropriation one hundred and fifty vluI Florida, which j1 much nearer tous I

September L'H, IKoO! which are confirmed by ',I"III.'I"1 Hi.PEXSIOXS 188/ to stand h by t thl'll for tWI.'PIIN after thousand is out and 1'111 produce th(1 so much better,
the act of March :3, l$.">7, and in which said\ t the l'I'IIII'lItlal' ,elect ii,inVhiat has oc of any tolnl1 the h'I'hIIlplorllh'll neglects tll'I1 have now (Irl.t railway ,Ih

:settlers: have in good faith complied with FOR M EX I VAX H'.IKSOLIflKltS. ('11'1'1..111'l' to depress I Democratic i hope? appropriated'money: and 11 in every case whereexami-: {'Ollllul with Florida, : wdil" t
the of the laws, To I be sure there t feud in New water communication I and tin* I
requirements hOl1'1tl'l.l hIlI Yllk ; IIlt lOll or surveys are made, I the ni|ort by th'III'n "
their entries 1'1'.1111 the :-Ollll are hereby, but with any other ('II1.lllull t than \Ir. Til shall embrace: such information tropical fruits raised there ('oullllll'I sent to .>:

confirmed, 01 the State tiling with the Commissioner \l Ir. John' W. Caldwcll I closed 1 speech i on tl'l t that feud will i I I be ."lultr healed 1 1101 concerning Ihl'r11 I the(' Ilt'r1111 |">rtancc, present the Xlrlh1 markets at much less ( :

of til(ieneral 1411141' Ollice its re- the 7th May, with the t following l eloquent, { 1111'11 that t the Chicago t Iikl.t I 11- and prosjK-ct 1 1 I I 11 11 t con.tcmplatcd !11 those sent t 1\1 southern (' 'xll'n"l. i
linquislniient: of all claim thereto ; and the I Ii III \ 'l'h 11'1' h has I l'l'l'1 I : : \Demo- t thereby, and IIIlh\rl\'n cominercial The State 1'1110 1 l>opulaton! of tl'l I
State shall thl'I'IIOl he entitled to 11,11"1 in appeal : l'ratil'llajlllh' in this State since I Ir. Tilden's as the t .S-creiary of War 111011 perfect case: aunt might be
lieu thl'J'of 111 quantity of 1:111 )!r. l'llllmall. the t last objection l urged to ll'.tloli us (J.ivernor in IS74. 1'\1: 1111'Ilath.t.r tl procure.The f'llll If more value to I the Republic t than all I I
HItf the vacant and unappropriated pub- the 1'I.lrl is that some of its beneficiarieswere la.t year tl aggregate: Democratic vote was Ii section to sunken ofvcssel.s the wealth of ('llflllalt' it Wl.r hirIlit.niYitvvt'lluli'iI )
IR! huiitb of tIme Tinted I"tul' in Florida, and disloyal to (Ill' ( lovernmcnt during tl a majority and had it 111'1 united on one : |hut harbors, and l'I'hil I lil to Rock Island In tl.\\'u Wl have Jum4IitatlLtihiim.t' 1
patents shall he is.siied State for the ,> late civil Wil'. Ipul this question I candidate (I Ir. ( 'lIrlll! would 111"l I 1'1'1'1111'- bridge. .lh ,

lands I so selected III 11'1 of the tracts taken I hut little to 11hit willl it in the spirit feattMi.I There are few regions In 11 111' vast domain
h,. the settlers. of frankness, candor! Iuielliat iiai. I I I
111 Vote f for both I : ; in where human life (' Isso ca-ih
'The second !l''llol provides that in all have no patience with ami I but' little respectfor \ l' for ( 11'lllnllln'a1tilat'.I'ISt.I .-1 <. A XOVI.: IVETIIX.-Hl''Cllh'. Xl'\device sustained( us In Florida. For 11 wllit the sea:
".1"1'1 in wllidlla"loc I lying within !1Itll'II'rnltloll \ the feelings of mock heroism, wlllllr in I 'url1 ) York thel' WI'ln new and- 1111\11. with turtles, oyster*, dal", .
for clothing
have been 1'lh'f'1 at private entry or the North or the South, that lakl' I Democratic majority.......... .. 'n,7 I $0It to rendering them;from moths waterproof and I 111 kiev. shrimp and t the 11"t tl'ldlll' li.:b, thefoJcsts
and which which
located land warrants, this Chamber to relight preserve
th. 11"n are alive turkeys,
litll' I t is generally conceded t the voteof The to which were appended the wih wlll '
:I the :same are the bad passions of the I hit 11'lIlan. duck
I.'onlkt.ih "ll'.tl"loc. State relinquishing alI prejudices. Xew York will I I deiido the I Presidentialcontest. I \' signed i by a number of I influential nun I every Il."llullll"urll'I of game, I -
( darkest WI.r' .
period \1111'11'11 history. and the earth of tin
Iho hl'rl.Ic'IHlrm1 01 I
I Hut hi Democratic whom wi'idll
and the State I claim to be u national : 'il'"I steady m'I, among were Clllrll .
dalt ll'IU''rt1:111 f tropic with but There I is noprejudice
ill bow 'nlllrl'
majorities I. flogerA. Pryor, the Hon. Hugh McC/ulloiigh, Ilt
idiall be entitled to indemnity in a national I 1 tlll'll.t ll'l.illlO 1'11
thereupon emigrant
upon l I of II (be
I :
Ilatfolrll minded ami (Srant. till
any :01..1' so audacious Travis O. "French U. Suydam A 1"IIHlltol j'
the indicated in from national So far as I amconcerned 'al lu'rl.h
I rt to encounter, t great Slate i
Iall' Ilnl'r tm talll-lolllt ; II hit
fancy as that the Republican large of those were membersof
.. ; ulIl'r J present
the have 1
of the act. I
. (''tlll 111 candidate can carry the State against the representing both city and $pro- tlrel.I.".(01"111111 tmnll Rhode I-amJ| ,
I press
, Is there accompanvingthat i no nor lot, either here or inreopening
part d"I'wll.I' so everywhere
n'lort strongest candidate the Democratic party : vinciul journals! ., lu'llf science, and ,1.rl'wIIhllllllltln thlt I" .
bill ? I its wounds' 'l unearthing I its charnel- tl .
; hid of kind ofclvili/cd What
.\ weak has in the list of the tint ; any "NIt
TheSi-EAKEK temjHifr. Mr. of houses, alive its memories, 11 1IIIIIal.' ( :mI.lal. 1'11) Illil.h.1 I
pro lurr. I or keeping ,1.1 no chance at all in this named ) I "Spanish ('uilln I 1a ions 111111'r"I'\| NUI'C hia\i' '
in the chair. Chair ad- prejudice, and resentments. Li't us )IOK- ) wErl'Tllurll't'I lle. 1110r't.
Virginia, 1'1 Iot lone so brilliantly in Culm, American (
: that the reconciliations I between I I against; t the united 1 Democracy('" sup'h|> jag a Jennie June Croly, ," Mary l J Jloth. 'IIt'r.Irlt 'I
\ I'till. ought long to have done iu
I.l'l I state. Mr. Speaker, that is only catholic, tll i |jiular ticket. I is mere b'ragand I mo>ii- Occupying a prominent( |>ositioii IJeflll ,11.t. 1"llr.
Ilrlwluld And day come rvhcn
lot .
t'I"lil no vyill
:11. InL. wi Committee I shine to say that candidate who would audience stiMwl a wire frame, kll\1 to the
I 11UI lOUi 1'101'1| from tl I and permanent. XVhile 1 have nu II i considerable number of f"i I the lusurllu''II.III'autfu'ldt)' of Inn11
]11'1 1.pullil'l"of. dry goods trade as dummy) upon
relatesto 1 1 Wli'I
the Public It to offer
on 1/1111. of \\ (st'lllliollr .h'II'I1" for my{in OWI \ is ,stronger than the best man til. I Democrats was placed t silk dress with velvet I wi I I 111'01 I 11 II.riol, and jx-rhups it'' I'
settlers in during war dignified I
u few : 1ll.trkt : 1.ti.n til 'i hit for as
01' \ I 1'UlIOlllol. commend! to the mings, rich laces, ali! all the paraphernalia 1' |1"lnIOI:; 1"11"lutll hll.f'IL"
vvIn locateiIon the Pulutku silence, in with brothersof
'lil f'r'ltlol. 1.11101 J the product ) ,
husbandry) of fashionable street ) JI1'kl"dil'
{ : party prudent constituting a Judy's
the lost cause. await t lie judgment : I f'fl-// '
\ I 111"--I its } bonnet l" St. Augustine 1\11 l't'na'ul'l
",1..mid. IUHKincluding u new spring rlnIIPII
There ) the bill was terity.from which there be no ap ; live und&
was Iii "jl'.tlln,1I11 I l'al ] : I that IR..IIC us uttrui u-
taken up and ordered to IK engrossed und I ""il. I have no apology to offer I II I I in tl most elaborate boil been style.subjected Kxplaining to the new the (. Indies. Jrlll.ul'J '-
th .ih'lftltI.t
read u third time ; mil U-ing engrossed, it I people of the South or any part of I I Tit Kxon\ioi: > J JMMI-I\TIOX.u -The tide of ( urtl'H Mr. Warner Ilutiol ways sought an outlet west
accordingly read tli" third time, and the lra\oldetenin- of the )h'xl'ul war immigration .is (constantly, 11'rl'"illur wah'r.n'pllallt. 1 produced 1 ward. Hut: there is no western
wa. and the
I : who may havcsvmpathized! with them all i I i hug' the week ending last ,l'.tlIof garden-hose(! subjected ex- left for it, and iU natural I'rrton'fu :
11-"I'P ______________ Ilrh'l [ ume to a perfect deluge water \ \'lt WIl
: know full well that tbe liberal and generousclasses I arrivals Wl'f'landed at 1 'u"tl'l, Ilk- : without ,1 seem to It I.uth\"unllutu Florida,
C.:SEUL LEDWITII. nominee for the uflice.f :, of the North du not require, such I I in!rV),<"tl for the WOlltl thus far or over for quite u the long |1t'rl'NI.The water tle"IISdll.tIlljury tll.rj.rl'( / has rt'Ulr.t.! sutHucnt to

I. ; by the Republicanparty action at their "a II I-. to such however, usmav .. i',''> a day, .Sundays I 1II\I1 i Yesterday to good and not the uumoiturt'ititilil 11 enable to receive ami IWt"ullHllat ultlwt'UiJruutt
l.iflh'nlmt11'1 o large ut reams slightest I
I feel! dNjx>ed to hull ovvr those aged f'lur'I Is brought .!! Hillrf, from (the South can "l'wl! til
in his speech accepting. such nomination i all, infirm men their ( during the civil i i Hrcinen. l,2l.'t: : the ./')/, from Hr'JIIIH' be felt with til hand a mlll'lt then introduced ofler.lxeurctary )'('ul.-fifoll'I/ 1"f/Ih,

said, that "immigration would Jot increase I war I will, in the interest 1'1 justice, the ,I the I'ntit't'H'ii, from Lit'eriool| ; arl : und made 31(-'uilhhiuigIl was ,in which hucongratulated In : -

while the State wa in the hands of union and prosperity of the country commend l'rit, ftll111011, 1 1t. ltar.iuu'oru a"I"r speech ut large, nnd the 'silk:f L.I en t' of the for their thoughtful, | !sionate, 'I llln"'r. thl Ulrl:1 : (' to Washington humanity round the
the Democrats. The purity parr I tlla ladies In jurtlcnlar "l'UI| the discovery u( .I've put II Jilll' wlll,
and humane ( ( who nailed 1 for 11011 yestcrdav afternoon Mexico .
vasthieii shown by thN further statement of lines uf the .un"i1..t.1 drumat.'t, ,) said : :i sjK-nt the morning in Ca.stlc {;iartt'I, Midi a valuable article.said 1'.I'r.Ja. anilwater.pruiirvli A.loop : ,Hull -
"", he *
the (knerd .\ friend told me that if I was in with I lo trn.I' everywhere wctp
: I The of is not straiu'd company eUlllil..loler "
quality mercy ; I of the past, and I the worst storms might I he Nll' new place to go.
fleeted Lieutenant-Oovernor, he would have It dropK'tli| as the gentle ruin front heaven.Tpoii uluinlng' in regard to the recent braved without Injury to the mont costly It.tir. .(J'ur, fora JU"Ilail tooertoji' ,

. the Governor impeat'bed and }put me in his : the l hu'.II'Ialh: : it i lie twice Ileis'ilIt ; .! u1tlNiliflhl I f'miJrunt' frl(;icrmany hi.s'io. frI .'rhit'rt"i* millions in it," lIe'/aid tithe ,\1 oCM I to ,
I the
hlf-o him that gives that takes purpose ii I\ interested.The I. river grand would "
J his UIIIIII ; inventor and the Ir 1'\11 ttl
, (h.lUeC.VUl not )Ir. UslwitU. name I, TU lihtil't in the rl ; Jo''ul' ernmcnt. _ _ _ _ Jos of clothing: II1m Jt'lt'II'ri six million .\\lf'ho answered., "Salt.

l ovverful friend I The throned monarch better than hi- crown. Sxow \ FEET DEKP.-.\ gentleman of : lulllt.r. each three do). -f'iri".1( ouaauu'gl.

Sir, let it Jut l lk saul of the representative I. recently JrXtKEI arin.1 from ( J'lrl1, aluolll .1 to $|1.4 onoi, ". In '
THE Xcw York Time ('ontail" II I.tlr (if a free and J1'Itruu.'II' that they' will he ha If'l'n looking alxiut U'II'ulfowla.IUru: lil- New York ullll every > car over *l IIUII'U HU'. I Is fi"lrIIIlrhllu'* oHUial report of the

from K.: II. "'a.h.url' pronouncing the re- : give the and I lUl' of the public lug town*. "Io'ukl of I'nrt place where lost hy the .uldt.w U) of gloves. Fifteen l.tll'I II Fn' he stated that tl

port.s circulated, that he or his had I treasury to pay)' for >h for New Kujland: the snow now lies to a depth (It lnr IOU( million of trlZl' Oi tin* Ill't11.of our .\ ) .rlt hurt on the enemy .
frl'wl. but not I hOt to the old heroes of JiueiiaVita. I feet. TheM* place* are at hll. ladies were to '.trahhh'l out "in wet tornado. Hut when giving his tt"thIHn'the
made bargains or were engaged ( of ; Ihat thev will t.ut'rluI)' lMt.Iw ten of larl IU't the l'lt'raly hlulI ( Creek, weather. All thew | .could U' saved hy other day in the ('U" of (ieneral Warren .

duplicity to wards General I (rant, to be utterly t Iril41" out of triM fund on the war-pre Nevada county< I.illl and fir 'al lfI' feet the u i of the watlr-n'lo.taut. Wil dry It testified that "tbe Fifth Corps' lay

und absolutely false. I lululll, or, what i l' infinitely 'Un the in height are..'buried 1 in snow that 'only 1 dotlluj(colds wlul,1 go ( and 11"\1 and ncciiicd( rather timid.a thc
I in>urance comjianu-s of the country, hut not I few feet of their tops} are to l lie seen. Where the death in the world each year- nnrm Corps there at &l? or was (Jen.

THE latent from Illinois state that a stiver on the tlurlm'l of 'lullultIt; I dark forcet lie in summer, there I J" now sav 15t)1tMMi-WILlhiL 1 itot occur. Olofw. t'rl Ihtril himself \ he made 'his

if the Cook county re'lr.delegation are admitted that they will vote a huiulrcn ( .I only to be seen I white ex| b<>nd> and enonuou ul.idie of land to a with here and there what | to : similar perbhable article were then
t<, the ('convention Gen. irant "'i 0 in a gigantic riwu'I"ltll hut nut a shilling to I I clumpHof Lushest, hut which al'lo.ul are really the. produced and subjected to the most severe TAL'UO' want to K" "South again. Jl ",.

minority of twenty-five in the delegation of the 'Ul1 \ our flag in triumph i toj* of the tallest linesl7,.,;ui., Xt ., J's'kqirii4 'I teaU without their becoming /the least injured i.i the only lan who was ever able to tl I.'

-hat State, over twenty buttle-tic-UU Mexico ; : _t/l!,4. either in color or gloax. .long alice of watermelon at one L1 .-JlerM*, .

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: : Tin: TO KIWJ.AAII. tient rcimiincd in the stineshtte: of immobility imposed on the vanquished. There, I ought I iThEiit T & HOYT .
and stupor.fe mmwhile the now!' ofRcfcchoffcn to !say. he wta not exacting : The war indemnity ;

nit \\n\l\ [ HUNt reached I 1'1Ir1'-\0\1 remeinber, but nothing more. Of what good
I. in what fashion. Until evening we )"clieveiin I is it to take their province? Can we make S-ECOXD I STREET: XEAR (CENTRE,
By the whlloIItolHII(the mother. !u great victory-two tliousand 1'rtssiau. France out of Germany ?' .
In lied her lirot born Inv ; !Main and, the Prince Royal: a prisoner. I He dictated\ nil this in n firm voice, tint, WJlt'I.Il'I.USI': : KKTVIl.: I 1
u "Come1* the I'rol'll'Iioll'iI\illlll, know! not by what miracle, by what magnetic (there was so much .-1tJ'ritIIl'h admirable
Canst not arise to-ilay ?"' : current an echo of t the national joy patriotic faith in his wolds\ that it was GROCERS: SHIP CllAXDLJBIlS ,
found way through the paralysis: of our impossible! not to be affcited on hearing ,
T am HO sick, my mother: poor deaf mule-(-, but certain: it I is: thnt that him.
{ I cannot hear or see, evening, when I canoe to his bedside' : found During this time the5cgewa conxtnnt1progressing \' .\s: t. I" :U/I" IXHAY : ..

s ':; I think nn my: dead. jrctchcn, him quite another 111 an. His eye -nnt nliiuot -alas not Unit of llerlin! it ... ____ + iii_ _* a. _a iu.__n II._ ;
__ 4
;, "' My heart if'; sore in me." bright; his tongue less thick.{ He had was the period of intense cold, of the bombardment r. "a' IIICK'I- { i.uii: I I ITC'. ;
the strength\ to Miiilcupon' lime andlwiccfaltercel << of epidemics, of 1:111I: ill('. Hut C'OISV J I (l OATS j I J J lii ,.1 {
"Rise up we will to Kevlaar, out : thanks to our care, to our efforts:: to the indefatigable o't '- O C
Now take thy hook and buds, 'Vioto-ry !I' tenderness! whic h multiplied it- --
t Clod's, Mother give thee healing Ye! Colonel, a 1'C'lIt'Idol'\' !' self 11111 lilt him, the :,serenity the old man ---
ff', Though sore thy heart's wound blcds !" .\1111, as I gave hint the details of MaiMalmn's <<- was never for an in-tant broken.. Until; the ON HAND.) I
1'l'RNhTt'h16.IL\VAVS: :
( glorious success, I saw his, features end 1 was! able to procure white bread inn1 A J.waTOl'K: :! OP :
The Church's' banners fluttered, unbend, his face light np. meat for II lII. There was only enough for __'.'-isi-ly!)
true the Church's song, When I 1'lIlnl'Out of the room the iuug I him though; and you can imagine: nothing
At Kiln upon the flume stieattti gill was< waiting for me at the dour: She more touching than these! )breakfast of tin NURSERIES.
The }pageant moved,," stood there'palc as 11I'IIthhc:; was sob grandfather) innocently I'dlb-h-the old! ARLINGTON

!bing.; man in )bed, fresh and smiling, with his nap
:: Went with the crowd the mother, "Rut he I is: wived! I cried, taking her kin tucked under his:: chin, and beside him --
Her son's thin hand held. she, hands ill mine. his granddaughter, !somewhat pale' through
And both in the clioni" chanted" "The unhappy child scarcely had.. the privation, guiding( his hands: making him 'Cltol'll'.tLani SKJII-TKOPIC'AI 1'iitt'IT'i'REES: KOKIIS.: IUX'I: .
"HWl'ctllIry, praise' In thee. courage They hail just I poMcd np drink, assisting! him as he ate all those! forbidden
II i, the true bulletin" from RcinhoffenMacMa: ( delicacies.! Then, animated by tin t'Ol'S timid l-a'I.ucaua.x: : SIIKInsmui ri.ou'titiPI.AXTS.: ; .

(. hon in flight, the whole army erushel.Ve! repast) in the comfort of his. warm chamber,
i. The Mother( of I1141! at KevlaarH looked at each other in consternation She with the wintry wind without and the snow .--
dressed her finest cloak, she of her father As for around
wept as thought whirling! his windows' the aged cuirassier
'1'011:1flhl' I is ('lilloI' business! \ me, I trembled at the thought of the old recalled!! hi.s, campaigns: in the Xorth, XEW AMI (1'lIoleJIITIEi): : : :: itii I !' (,Come so! many ailing folk.; man. Surely lie never would be able to and related tOIl, fort lie hundrcdthtimc. the
withstand this new shock. Rut what were story of the terrible retreat (from Russia, ---
qs The !sick folk all are bringing we to do? Leave him his joy, the illusions! I during which there was nothing to eat

0.1 ,f To her, as oflcringf meet, that had brought him back to life Rut then I but frozen biscuit and horse flesh.! 'Can t.:T Send fur DcMriplmCatalogue.( .
f: Limbs that arc wrought in waxwork, we must lie I you understand, my child, that we ate horse AMU'.ItT 1. BII) 'Ei.L, P*
Many waxen hand.s and feet. '"Very well, I will lie !I' said. the heroic flesh! !' I

child, as !she quickly wiped away her tears, "Of course: she understood it. For two Iff JACKSONVILLE.. FLA..
offers hand
;_ I Whoever << a wax and with a radiant face trite entered her months she had eaten nothing, else. From -- --
"+A, His! wounded hand i is sound, grandfather's chamber. day to day, in proportion ius he grew better, u. lI. lIEIEItSN.l1AL'F.1"fl'1lINi O. S. OAICKS,
Whoever oU'en foot
s. a wax It was a hard task that she had underta our task:,< with the patient became more difficult. I I
k Can put his foot to grounfl.i ken. At first things went on IIw tlllnillg \'. The !sluggishness: of his senses and ( FURXISH1XG: COXTU.\t'TOU( WILDER( J

; Went many to Kevlaar on crutches' The old man's head was weak, and he allowed 1. limbs, which had been of much service tons:
Who dance with pole himself! to be on a rope a ,
'.' 1111111the fiddle But with health his l ideas became clearer. It or thrice already the terrible cannonade at II :X iitTAKiit S '
\ncllll:1I1) ( \
Whose 'hence whale.t was"! necessary to keep' him posted as to the the maillot gate had made him leap) up with (( ; UKACKETS.: :SAWED AND
1 linger was movements of the armies-to }prepare[ military ear as attentive that of a hunting dog, and FIFTH .ST., FERXAXDIXA: ..\. TfRXED n.JXiTJoJtEWEI: : : : .", '

t The mother took a wax-light, bulletins! for him. It was truly pitiful we hud been obliged to invent for Ita/.ainc a STAIR RAILS!, WOOD EAVEKTROUGHS. .
7i And out of it moulded heart, to sec (lint beautiful child<< bent night and rel'Cllt'il'lon' 'before Berlin and salvos! fired :( ( SHEATIIIXII( ,
Take that to God's dear :Mother/ day over her. map of Germany, pricking it in honor of it at the Invalides. Another WEATHER1IOARDIXG.v.Mi I l( -
I y' ( T'will heal thee/ all thy smart;' with little flags and combine a day, when we had pushed his bed up to the FLOORIXG. -
whole glorious campaign : Kazainc marching window-it was, I believe, the Thursday<< of .
He sighed as he took the wax heart, upon Merlin, Froissart,. in Havana, :MacMabon Uuzenval-he saw quite }plainly some Nag
1 Sighed at the image there, nt thc Baltic In all this she asked tional Guards! massed upon the Avenue de Stair and Church Work< ,
Tears from hh eves were falling, my advice, and I helped' her to the best of la Grande Armce!. A SPECIALTY
Fell from his heart t the }prayer : lilY ability ; but it was the grandfather who What troops' are those! ?" asked! the old
served us'most in this imaginary invasion. man, and we heard him utter between his! Em
0 blessed above all women, He had conquered (Germany many times! teeth : Wretched looking! 1111'111!Wretched I IlooklllJt
I ": O Queen of Heaven's throne, during the first Empire that he knew: everything men !I'"Nnthiug I ALL SIXES.
\ y I Ood's i>ii re and holy maiden, in advance! Xow they will go in further came of it, but we realized I METALLIC CASKS: vVOODEX'COl'FIXS: ( ) Post Otlice Box 174.

11 ; To thee my woe Is known I this djr'C'tion-thll is what they arc goingto : that for the future we would have to be AND ('..ISKEI'SVIIFI'h :; ; -jnnl-- Fernnndina.-_._--.
,10 I' And his )lr'I1ictillll4'l're! always very careful. Unfortunately we were not
3 "I dwelt beside my mother realized, which made him excessively: )proud. careful enough.; \ : )111'1.Xn: SILVER 1'LATF.D: ,\. It.OYiS: ,
At Kuhn upon the Rhine, Unhappily, no matter how many townswe "One evening on my arrival the child
The town with hundred churches took, how many battles we gained, we came to me in sore distress.. TRIMMIXGS:;
And each with many a Mirine; could not get on rapidly enough/ for the 'They will enter to-morrow said she."Wasthegrundfather'schamberdooropen. G.IWI'lm1: > :SHIP CHAXDLER: ,

+ old He was insatiable I Each day, ? ..j.i1( 'o T.\XTJ.Y ON HAXD.-M,
r a'" mutt
\tj t !"And ]hard by us lived n-tchcn i HEM.EK: : I.N
) when I arrived, I learned of some! new feats The fact i is: that since then, on thinking the I,
I : Who lies in churchyard ground- of arms. matter over, I remember that the old man'sface
Take thou this wax heart, Mary, that 1'ro,'Imdour, Liquors, Ie('. I IlitT
is 'Doctor, we have capturedlayeiwe) wore an extraOI'I1iIlIlrl'xprIllon: Hodics. wa..hl'llIllIl dressed! tutu piescrvcd I II
): And h'tlllIhl'lIrt's sore! wound!Iq said the young girl, coming to meet me with night. Hut we spoke of the; Prussians:< and 1 until burial, with or without the use of ice.
0. IL sad smile! ami heard through the door ajyous'(1icc he thought of the French, of (that triumphal
Heal thou heart wounded I Remains exhumed and
yore : placed' in cases
my to for which hchad vautelsolung-lfttc. .\ : Fan: H. F. AYERY it CO.'S PI.OW-
out -
crying me : entry :
4 Each night and day hall be removal.Telegraphic.
few shall :Mahon down the amid (flowers
"Good good In u days we riding << avenue
? : From prayer and song ascending, enter Berlin !r and trumpet flourishes, his son beside: : orders ]iroiiiity' ]' ) attended. to.
Sweet to '
f Mary, praise "At that very moment the Prussians were the Marshal: allllll', the ,,1.llIIall. upon} his _:aim.:\ ...... CENTRK STREET, .J
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only a few days distant from Paris. Weconsulted balcony full dress', as lit l.utz'nl"lIlntillr; .
l, rw I III. at first! as! to whether it would not the tattered flags and the eagles black with STIU.I-'I.' A IIKOTIIiit, '
xk The sick son and<< hit mother/ lie better to take our patient into (the country powder. S-Mf: .. .._ I FERXANDINA:. : : .. ..\. i:
d\ Slept in a little room, ; but a.t soon as out of doors, he must Poor old Jouve! I evidently i imagined: --- --- --- 'r.oj

There came iod'ti :Mother gliding inevitablv\ discover the true state of France, that we wished to }prevent him from witnessing 'EKXAXDISA: : FL01MDA:\ U'IM.IAM I'. WOOI>, Jr., ,. :"
: So gently through l the/ gloom. and thought; him still too weak, too much this t o\'erl'owllcrl"d by his great shock! to let him too great (excitement.. Hence he said not aword '1
? I :She: bowed above the sick one know the truth We, therefore, decided to to anyone : but on the morrow, at the M I tNt'FSITCRi:144.tND: l i\I.HW: : INto"'N / ENERAL NEWSDEALER: : "
4 And laid quite silently: remain."The, very hour the Prussian:< battalions cautiously 1
I Her hand<<1 >on his hoMjm, HOOKHEI.LJB'J''J'IO: : XEI:, 'f
ui first: dlI.If the investment I ascended entered the long thoroughfare lending from
N f, And a gentle laugh laughed) t-hc. I to their apartments. I remember the Maillot gate tothcTuillcrics, his window HtMifcrN anil HangoN''' Dealer in 1"lInt"I'eh'h' ":
that I was greatly agitated, and full of (that opened softly and! t the('Ololll'1l1l'PC'UI'CIlIII'OIl !*,
t r And in a dream the mother the balcony bit helmet and all his .
lieart-aiiguUh we all felt seeing gatesof the glorious
r.{ Saw: all, nor yet: was<< afraid, CKNTKE: : STKKCT: FERNANDINA: FLA.
Paris closed) the battle at our'l'ry walls, << old ciiirassctir' uniform. Itill asked! TIN .\:\1'IIEET: IROX WARE. ;, I
She: started up from slumber, our outskirts become frontiers.: 1 found the myself what effort of will, what !sudden accession >" ,
( For" loud the watch-dog bayed. old man hitting up in his, bed, jubilant and of life thus i>ut him on his feet and I Shelf l'aiK-r: Picture Frainw Rraiki-ts .,

And there stark and rigid |>roud. into his harness! ? Rut certain it is that ho )jooFix) -,
Her son,lay and! he was dead, Well,' Kild he (lie siege has begun !I' was: there erect behind the buhustralenton' \ ]lira< .\lii-i, etc. Papeteries] i-i great variay.ANo .
i On hit cheekas I stared at !him ama/.ement.. i Ishcd to find the avemic.s so deserted, so :Sewimigaehutc: Newll.Oil:!' etc.
c pale nil.playingThe "IIi$ ( turned towards me : hushed, the blinds of the dwellings closed, Clipper I Inkstands, 7"ent"' :"
: ( .1 early morning 'Yes, Dixtor,' said she. lt it: !great Paris us ill-omened-looking as a }pest-house, ) : reecivel-u large! consignment ofStoves. .- --- -- -- --- -- -. --

Folding her hands together; 11<<'.1The seigo of Berlin has begun !' rings; e\'l'rywhl'rl-hllt such singular ones ; ANGEL: A I'IIENI), \
? I Nor: why, nor how knew she She" bloke those words gravely and all white, with red crosses; on them(-and no TIll! "COOK'S JEWEL": ::( is appropriately -

G I The grateful mother murmured, quietly, as she plied her micelles} How could one" going meet our soldiers. named-it is a jewel We will not \KEUIXlI: CONFF.CTIONERS.timid : : : ,
"Sweet Mary, praise' to The' lit'( have Mi:-|KMtcd t that anything was wrong? moment he seemed! think his I3.
t -The .Vr ir Quarterly JlnynNep He could: rant hear (the cannon of the ftlrt eyes deceived him. be under-old.
::1 lie' could not see unhappy Paris, woe-be- Hut no down behind (the Are de Tri : :

goer and in confusion.! AN ,hat he ('ollhll't'r.0 omphe} there was! a confused" noise\! -a black fly :SICONDST..4)l'l'OSITII': :: ) : : t)I. Groceries;
t, TIn SIEGE!0V UKIILIX.TIUNM.ATKII : ('(:\\' from his bed was a section of the Arc line advancing in the growing light. Then, C'igarN, and 'l'obl\'O.,
.. le Triomphe l\Iulurouutl him, in his. chain- little by little, the helmets began to glisten! ,
1)0'l"1'1'IOae.t'1.0HlU: :
t : FOIt THE J>IIILUIF.U'1I111"1 I* her, a collection of bric-a-brac of the first the drums to beat, and beneath the Arc
1 FItOM Tilt FnE ('1I OF PAU'ET.We Empire: well\ calculated to kl'I'1'11' his<< Sllufciom. 1'Etoile, accompanied: by the heavy trump of
t the There Wl'reurt raits of marshals, cn- the squads by the clanking of sabres, burst
walking the
'. were np avenue ERXAXDIXA: : ') ,\, Wiildinp., Entertaiiunents and Pienii,,
i # Champs: : Elyxcn: with Dr. V-. gatheringfrom ; gra\ingt of battles, the King of Rome in baby forth the triumphal march Schubert:: I{ fnrni-luil lut the shortest notice, at roek-lMit.
\ the walk: shattered by the bombs} and clothes ; also great (firm\ brackets ornamented "Then, amid the sad" silence of the square, torn priieat!
I EA1.KU: l.N
.f (the luvciiientH torn by the shot thchi-torvof) ( with brass' trophies loaded with Imperial arose' a cry, a terrible cry : 'To arms to ANJJEL'S( RAKERY
j ; besieged Paris, when just before we reached relic*. inciLds, bronzes, a Saint Helene's rock arms !-the Prussians !' And (the four Uh Centre :Mreet< ,
the Pond Point Opp. 1I'll'. U. Riiildins.i
E and |'M>inted out to me one of those! tallc'ur. the same dame with curls and bright liulconv, 1tllll old man stagger with uplifted __ !! !: ? _I

) 1 tier housei 1'01 II I 1I\L'lr! groii]>cd around. I the eyes in ball attire, in a yellowdress with lego'fiiiuttoii hands and fall like a "stone. ,This ANn jir T It V55 Ct :
t : Are Triomphe. sle'yes-and all tlu-hc-the brackets time Colonel Jouve was, indeed, dead!
; Do you see," said lie, thoce four t.lo'M the King of Rome, the marshals! <<, the PRO I I VISIONS.Customers : .

, ;' \ willtlo"lUI' theri'iii that Lullonlarlv; yellow dames with( well-developed. busts: and (.ot NTLLsi: sufferers may timid the balm of W. LU11MANN'SFAMOl'S ,
in the month of August-that terrible(' month hurt wah ts-di playing. that cramj>ed stiHIHSS relief; and the fountain of their health and --- 1 .
-1! of August of last so full trouble ami which was a'l'oullfl'll grace in 1KXJ.(
strength, in .tYEltS.tRN.trtlumLm.t.: It is the
: I'HOJCK: ) :
diMaaterI.Will> summoned there to ItMkt Brave Colonel It was this atmosphere of most" potent of all the alteratives to purify can rely upon gating; .
.1 after a. frhhtfull'U..e apoplexy.. The victim victories and conquests far more than all we the I system and cleans the blood. It JXKS- .
1 x t was Colonel Jouve, a cuirassier of the could tell him that made him believe so im- invigorating! qualities, \ollmt it stimulates (; ):-", aXOTHIXG-. Prepared Flour.

: i lirst Empire: an old fallow wtiliUtl to glory illicitly in the t>siege of Rerliu. I Iwtrt. the faded vitalities, and purges out the
t aiid lutriotism. who, at the commencement From that crations corruptions which mingle with the )blood, HUT THE FIXIXf: HRAXDS[
7( t of the war, had come to live in the ChumpsElyscc << .' very much simplified. TocapturelJi-r- promoting derangement ul1Illlt'Cur.'e are
: in an apartment with u balcony. tin was now but a matter of I'lLt iCIIl'c. From assured)' many intelligent physicians" that OXLY FIYE CENTS: PER: i'OPND.'
('an you guess what for? To witness the time to time. when t the old man grew too this medicine cures I 1""l1Ilul1 others of its
in Mink. .
j triumphal return of our troopa! Poor olds weary of all this: we read him u letter from kind, and we can fortify: this statement by ankept -
.j man The news of 1Vi+.' euebourg reached his\ win-an imaginary letter, of course, for our own t'xlll'rll'nl't'-l'ulI.uaIIU4'lIty (/\J.) --- ---- ---- -- --- ..r

him OH he was rising! from the tablet Whenhe lothing entered Paris, and, beside, since Sedan .frgcu. <:. r. AVKIIV.T G-tf AT OLD I'. 0, W1LDIXG.; "

read !Naitolcon'a' named feigned to that MacMahon's aide-de-camp, had been _. .. -------- --- _. _.
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bulletin of defeat he felt as if stricken "by u M-nt too German; fortress. Imagine the de- .
:: : will l be a regular com- JIIIN. AXXK CI.AHKE,
without of
t thunderbolt. sjuiir of the i'oor child any news: 1\I.\-O\IC-Thl'rc
' ,'. "I found the old cuirassier fctretchetl out at her father, knowing him to be a prisoner derived \ Litdgc" Xo. 47,

r ,+1 : full length upon' the carpet of the chamber, of everything, and, iierhaps, kk, yet 24th Jo'. tt, at A.71 ci M.clu, on'k sharp.Monday'fJ'llIl'oit'utJ1'I.'thrt'n t'n'ninIar! / 1VEUY: AXD HOARDIXG :STAHLES. TIIIHH: ST., RET. t'E. TRE.t AUVCIHA,
letters from him
I his face bloody and inert, as if IIP had been obliged to fabricate joyous ,
t hit with uclub. have been somewhat brief letter: such as soldier in are fraternally invited to attend.
Standing he must W. F. SCOTTV.. M.l CARRIAGES: AND WAGONS: FERXAXDIXA: ..\..
very tall ; lying: down, he seemed gigantic.He he tight! would write as he pushlconttant1y : -
had tine features, superb teeth and u I ahead through a vanquished country JOllY. A. WHITNEY. Secretary.Wholesale To and l from Steamers: anti Trains, I'F.ALKU IX THE
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fleece of white hair all iu curls.: EigIityycar: Komi-lime her otrcngth. failed her and we 1I 0 n .\ (' E J) Ie E: 11'. CONTRACTS) FOR HAl'LINO, ET"\
-I of age, he did not look moru than sixty Decide lad nv tidings from him for weeks. Rut the (,'hoh. ", t FrultH and Vegetables f
him, upon} her knees and bathed in old man when such was!! the t'UlC. grew uneasy FORLE : ). '

tears, was hit granddaughter. She resembled and could not sleep.. Then a letter and Retail! HORSES: m'C)Hn:.$, HARNESS. CONFECTIONERIES: : Errs.
him. Seeing) them tide by side oue might quickly arrived from Germany, and the read C.U'nXU WAGOXS.;
m have Vailed them two l cautiful Greek medals it to him gaily at his!! betide, the while (one-
gtampcd with the same image-one. hug back her tears. The l'olonl'lli.teUl'll at. inOOKK, NTATIO.MIKV: 'rBIDIS8II.."ta., 1J1NV anlen! Set-us, Flowers, Farm and

however unthiuc, earthy somewhat effacedat temitivel)', bmiled with u knowing air, op- ;tirOllkt' and :-tabl.-'iJ': "Street, near Ciardeii liupleinentji. 7 tf
the edges; the other hining unll sharply }Iron'tl, criticized, and explained to us theb.scure Hroom Street \Vl arf. 4!>-tfJ --- '- .-
.leflnexl, with all the brilliancy and glo.w of > ]loa ...;agl"S. lint he his best in AndWlXT Jit'su', __ "'. K. IIAl'KMGIIT,
the he sent to his: liOn; :Never for
the recent iuorression."The
grief of the child touched me. She get that you are a Frenchman, dictated he.He '
was the daughter as well us the granddaughter generous; to those poor l iwople. Do not ;\II: \VSTRET! AXD HUJLDER.AlaihuaSifcet WIIOUILE: AXD BETA1L

of a soldier. Her father was on )ladla.I mike the invasions too hard for them to C : STOCK UU.II.EK.:
I hon'H stair, and the tight of that tall old man *..1r"Iul then were recommendations:: lll"n'I1EnU ANDDealer
I fctretcheU, out evoked another vision in without end, adorable sennonsonrey'ectitg JACKSOXV1LLF, FLORIDA.: between Second" unit Third
, her 'minJ 'not I lets terrible. I reassured irivate property and 1 the }>oliteues due to in Ire.TEXXESSKE .
0 her the best I could, but in my heart I had adie* an entire cole) of military honor. In -- FERXAXD1XA: .\. i : : DEEP A SPECIALTY

little hope. We Lad to deal with a bcrious4jwe fact, for the use of the a }uqucrsrs.'Lth& it Orders and estimates" from a distance l'Un'-j UROiI' :STREET: WIUBF
cannot also mingled tome general political observations ,
of heiuljilegy and at eighty one .
I lie restored. For three days, in fact, the i iUAN loa.L ui>on conditions of lll'UW to ho /irSchool HooliNU Specially : t fully attended to. ;:, ;.tf Itt-if FERXAXDIXA: : }'w.T .

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I ii. .1. n.\ U .:n A into.. X..I.VI !*/;!..KW/KAT' ', average crop in a short sea"ua is quit| as desirable one :should naturally expect! for the stock
II of only supplies t'rlll""I1t'r! \'. elementary sap
I : a* n heavy ,-I.ltlln a time plenty
litlttriniittintit irlll tie' of ftrmt hear,1ir! h, uun.I' that Is i to the pnvU'ieer, uhusr t'nItIHt"lIt' s to poriuoniMO through any kind of tissue\ null
of the ronsunietN pocket is 8t I'I' containing nutriment suited!' to the 'needs nl'
ofinif rnt'irrx t ,;n they tvtijiit: nf! limit' lit Mi..'.Vit/r' nf! ,hurtrlaaar : natural: as: ill i U reprehensible. .\ great deal I plant life in general : often indeed, absorbing -
21i IViirl St.. :Nt'tt York.M .,, hmr lib/rieublr' ,"r., ire/ xfxifl in .rnlf of the fruit rni: ed in this section is I old in and sending ui', I poisonous solutions:
HinnlirrHoMESTr.ui dervlr n brif.'JIIII'r 'It"d! / ,'''f, I Newark Pater-on and Jcr! ev City, where where such exist in t the !sail Hut the graft
there is I less competition with the Hudson sends downward, from its leaves a preparedand .

( E\TRtta: .-=The lI"IIU'oI\'aI'd- River orchards' and whrrt."rit'I'1'I\ throughout specially. assimilated wnq'. -likesap. from
I \MJ I t'\l Tt'JU'WI alIR.tN.1 the reason! will average n trifle higher which redundant, : water has evaporated%
tler i is "XI'"t.It',1| to fcmnin live JCJIIN on his through forms,! of tissue
I than in New York besides which, there Is which ran only pass
entry und then I'rll\ (' uj, Slim he will be the advuntnge of selling nearer home. 1 It is corre.sponding'to that of the graft whose foliage

E entitled to liH" l patent ; 1 but if, f many' renwn, different with vegetables: tuent and dairy prepared it, Thus the ap from till

Et Ayer's 'on It S"'I:n's he wishes to obtain title to tbel.ind Connerhe I'r'I01I'twhkh not illfrl'tlll'nlh'1Ilth' '1 a npricot h'Iwill.l.. t'rll"" Ilroh id the 11\1
t double j'"UI'IIt.1'1'0'" New Jersey to the New nf a peach stock, or I"plum, 111
1'1111.11'1111 proving that he has been on York markets and back to the; Jersey dealers or nectarine, and through all these In MICoe.stion -

the land !.I ix month., or cultivated l it Cor that ] Moat, in fact!, fells higher in Newark !' I if successively J.rnn"1111 each other;

t Hair Vigor period', make: an application to the Hegi.xterand i: I I than In any city of its !Ii 1.(' in the I'nited? but if it meets cherry bark, it i is Irn'"tcl1

: TKII: : JI.\\: (' 10:, KiTci\cr to Ionia! lor the land I at the usual States householders, and the pun-huso result is their that: many supplies: Jersey in just and as it it accumulates does if a ringof and it4 tumefies own :bark IIMI\'c is entirely

government ,Price He will then be entitled Washington Market. I'earruin: theappar t I returned.It .
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS! to immediately receive his patent and eandispute eat !simplicity} their cultivation were for i .I i is said that a microscopical examination -

NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR. of the land win'never he chooses". n long time the) favorite fruit with owners of of the WOO I tinder the bark of different
((1'nder Formula of 'Per raisers of ) one
.. and the wonderful success: of some ) :
IT is a most agreeable dressing, vrlilc! they \' living arc allowed by the )iohieSh'adla small: fruits has: gradually made a marked j.rnflnj. and have fll Jrl''WI for some \'IT.
is at once harmless and effectual for under each ring of ( tin- 0
pre \vs to enter "Utlicient land adjoining their change in the lieliK Strawberries now 11( !
serving the hair. It r'stores'Itb the Pronounced ) <; the foremost place, and raspberries' ;, woody layer corresponds to' the hark that
by Orange) ro\\ers very land to make UK! acres, inclusive of the 1'111'a
up { far that hark extend It
I have itjust t as as
gooseberries, blackberries) : and I currants
gloss and! freshness of youth, faded or gray,, In order obtain t.O. stock thatiu
hind they already have. to their cultivators; on the (hillsides, within a is I proof of the illlht'IH'1 of the
lighl, and red hair, to a rich brown, or deer the )benefit of thN provision the applicant score of miles of the metropolis. Strawberries I. a row of tree of one sort, as of KainboorHaldwin

black, as may be desired. By Its use thihair IIo4' .llauiii-o for due Orange Tree mast make an atliilavit that he i i i.< the head necessitate an outlay about four and each tree grafted upon I diHerenlindividual fruit I
will have
seedling no
including ,
is halfor t live cents a quart: in raising:
thickened, and baldness often of! (family( or \' \' )'-ulley'c.IIMiii' ; alikein
a ( ;, picking, if quantity f is raised. Almost: identical In all respects. nlthouJhqnih'
though not always cured. It checks falling that the entry' i is made for I his: own exclusive( every miser ought to lit able to have them general external "appearance.. "JC one

of the hair immediately, and causes a new hcnctit I and that he ha' iuft )perfected! or in shape for marketing at n cost of six and a tree will ripen l'nrlr"t. or hln 1 plcusantcrcommingling
in all the made under the homestead half cents quart: so that if the wllllll''lIll'IIIl1rkt.t and sweet or bav-
growth cases glands are abandoned' an entry
price rules ahoto twelve cents there other special. quality. I we graft several
not decayed ; while to brashy, weak, or rol11 lS'rTIrs: : CO.MIM.ITI: .11.\. :! laws ; that the land\ i i.+ intended for an i is a good profit. Middlemen gvn.'rnih'sell "III\sorts of (be same fruit upon, one stock,

otherwise diseased hair, it Imparts vitality. M'llKK. adjoining farm homestead : that he owns on commission taking: no risks, and charge some of thl't will seem to improve. in the

and strength, and renders It pliable. and rctidcMipon nn IIl'iillall\rnl}; ; containingacie I.rt'tlJilwrlllly, if they arc thoroughly trustworthy. new position, while others will dec line. Thisis
( Four cents: on eechqunrt is a !goodprofit in most ,'nll'!owing to the tpntll'lIt."I
--- *, and no more ; that the Miiu'compr1CK who clears those which arc constitutionally vigorous
;and the strawberry-raiser II"t
,J I The VIOOB cleanses the scalp, cures and the Set1. of T. of H. and it i contlguou that on ;MIHH,( quarts-not at nil an unusual to take the lead in growth und so de

prevents the formation of dandruff; and, I I.',IJ. \E\' Kin: I-'.\It'l C CROP, -" to the tract applied tor.Vpon quantity-may well be satisfied with bisyear's l"rtho slower ones: of both light and

by its cooling, stimulating, and soothing: the linal proof hi.i* only requiredtprove : labor.' Tht'tl11tltr' +edlhl'I year ; that with trees, im with. .
will be larger than ever before, unless: som animal, "the weakest must go to file wall.
properties, it heals most If not all of the continued residence: on the origina valued unless of
F, remarkableunfn'e+ceneillahiitruccnr. 0111' I In iftighmd no apples In'
humors and diseases peculiar to the scalp, Prepared on "ciciitilic principles to produca farm tract and swear that he has not alienated raiser In Clinton township, Es-cx county, high; strong flavor, and firm flesh. Thesoft-,

keeping it cool, clean, and soft, under the land entered IvhosolINiuNNquarts: : ( ) last year, expects t .to h'xttrclt.lulht, or sweet apples liked hem

which conditions diseases of the scalp and ....", .larjre.. yield per acre.. lly the act of 1ST 1)!), any patty who hall'tI. double tlt'1'IIIrt.the the iiiantity Wilson'which! esteems. 11101'nrlt'! most- I are graft disdained wholly on there t'rllh''t'I.IIIJ 1'\1 for. which cider. impart They

hair are impossible.As toted only eighty acre: within the limit uf highly-the old (jreen l'oHlit. Duratid'!! a somewhat **!" to the

-- nay railroad grant, is: autbori/ed to take ai llcauty\ : and the favorite Hoyden thirty,. flesh, and I sharp zest to the flavor ; and
a Dressing for Ladies' Hair lH'rl':4Olh'r the .same whose green tip hurt its !Male' although th! thovnvoid the use of frec--.ttock.-that i is,
I\lllilinnnll'ightr \ pro the of Mr. I E.: WDuraud '.. seedlings of good nppICM-in order to
t equal l'lml.
: A MO ]1'KM.F.its: t\ berry quite: any I
The Viaou is Incomparable It is colorless visions a* in other cases. In such ease tin ; of 1 Irvington, who lioasts of heir} note the soft mild qualities which they

contains neither oil nor dye, and will party: is only reiuired tohov, tin life tlnn the t propagator ut'over-INIt: < ) varieties! ,devote:> insipid, Their peaches and apricots; arcgrown -
not soil white cambric. It imparts ai PIM.Mi( ;: ..1llfifl'l.TlRA'lllyilt'ILS proof; residence for five years on one ur his:' attention to nu'slng plants for I'll It'. Ilcpnibices on plum stocks, but each on a particular
the largest berries: that the plant( I iseiipable sort, which l is found to impart the mostendnrnnre
agreeable and lasting perfume, and as at :Sn.PHATi: : AMMONIA. other, or both of tll'lriH.tol: ; but mu>: t show of, ming them as: advertisements.! Hand of tree, or best!' 'IUlllhof fruit,

article for the toilet it is economical and ut least one 't'ar'lI residence: or cultivation 01 three or four neighboring growers hoa( and that sort I"I lultll'lI'lll "jldnlpuplt.

unsurpassed !in its excellence. NITKATK: :SODA; the additional trey'(. of having received $j;, for UXi berries.: The' ., a:* w( Increase a particular sort

instead of taking raise flltH'r\'I\rh.til'-I.! refuse to ....tlllt less t hnr, quince or currant .
:: Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., srPKU: PHOSPHATK;; : LIMK:, A party, however may his $.j a ,quart an outrageous; price' which, huts.ever As: breeders imlmIlhlll'' bv breeding:
'. an additional entry, relinquish original some fancy restaurant and persons 11t.- II-1111-il," .'tten{ of fruit-

1 ;, Practical and Analytical Chtmlstt Sl'Ll'IIATK: : OF POTASH, entry and make a new hnllll''Ih'llIll'ntrr fur: "sirous! of making handsome )presentsvi ilpity. may have their faults f'lhl'I..I.IIl( better

rod Lowell, Mass. the full quantity: of \C\\ acres without pay- )Hoyden]\ went to bed (,fast season fin 11\\111'1\ increased by grafting In-mil-in on
i NITKATK: or POTASH,. alath'evening leaving$.V*) worth of slocks. An experimenter used ti
BOLD BT ALL DRUOOISTS EVZRTWUEHE.: inn an additional fee, but otherwise> subjecto rll"l'n.
.. lug fruit on Ills vines, and awoke to be very t'ln'f"Iht'rt' he cut grafts of the
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.MI'UIATK: : OF POTASH, the seine provisions: us in case of origina) vines stripped of fruit. Fallawater, for of two trees iu the orchard

:b'LAGG'S entries, as to residence, occupation ciiltivation Thl'rlwloIl'nr)' probability! that there will hearing: it, one wn an autumn sweet, Inn(

I IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PM :sn.PHATF.: : yIAGN I':: 1.1, and non-alienation.' He must, moreover be an l'IWrlllu1t'I,1! of strawberries on that the "1'111'ripened and colored up h in I
that prices will rule low. Of raspbcrriei! (befall ; like 1 tHll'rl'nt apple
NEVIX GETI II atlldavit that I
AID.CAJI in either cac make an
hard tree.
i< BS MACK ANt STHKNOTH .Duixto. LAetc SfLPHATK: OF SODA) ,, huth black and red there never l seems: to lit! from the green fruit on )
y, TWICE as'Loso.1t1 he did not 1'I"r111'1 a sailor or soldier fatninety enough They are a very delicate! fruit, an These were finer and fairer having a longer

tlituii)! cum wlUwut Drop! tie Narh'U-lIr.. <;round Moue.Ihi days during the late civil war, am many raiser hcsitnteto cultivate them, IIW- season of growth und would keep tilt April.Mr. .
lug to the risk in market Currants an Talbot rcM| rted to the MassachusettsHorticultural
receive honorable discharge: as: they Wl'reIIl1t
t Chilli tied Few Ig Ny gooseberries' ) nre attacked annually bv n gruh l Society a carious!! trntl4f.rmll' i
restricted in their entries: to eighty acre: ( sweet through being
which can only bo! exterminated by vlg- tion of the hljhtnJ'1 ,
liur Complaint, wf Yllttfral within a'railroad. grant, lance and large :quantities, of hellebore. Kmtunately grafted on ( astraclnin. The fruit

DyipepsiaNmonsness, 4l r drt'lIll1ntin'! full hilt!iculars, and ar There are .special provision: in reference tn< this i is the most serious! Insect no:oIt \passed foe astracbans at the pxhlhlton. I
mailed free to till applicant They will interest thefruit-raisersbavetocontendwitli. In ;Moi their color nnd t Ino
,. sailors and .soldicni entries: and also: Iheli!r 11\'hlJ 1\-IUUH1
l' 'lIulf you are interested in A>?ricul meet(county the farmers arc getting read;' .:( onlv undeceived by 'finding
tore or Orange Culture l.Vlim widows: and minor children, which apply) ; now produce those immense crops of th(1 a* sweet to the taste: a* theoriginal I

Rheumatism, only to those classes) : ami can be ascertains sweet ami I Irish potatoes, melons, squashes: : hi htop. )Ir. \ Wt'tOI. of Wintbrop.originated .
Coitwnesi nnd the ht'IIt'r't'Jt.tllhlt.'l! !') which regular!;)' -:so / )-an acid variation of
Tin:: .,Olun.\ by writing to the Kcgfotcr! : \ und Receiver, but
a take! the prizes at thu State and county fain. the 1'lIrt.r. by grafting it on a vigorous tree,
female ', a not being of a general. character are not benconsidered. In Salem, Hurllngton, MercerOcean.. Camden which bore large and very sour fruit. The

'_ Weikness. T AND f) ANI)) IMMKiKATION COMPAQ' and Atlantic counties! they arc gettln); \strain N culled the (001'1 Favorite, and, 1

Sick 4 NerroniHeadache. their I berry-tlelds\ Into telilMI trim nnd\ priparing no olUMI very 'fitly, for typical Portei +"

:: OFFHltS: ..ttUUCUrl'ltlt"U4'tw for the "canning" season. In 1"11'11IalHut ; unMHimsscd in its: !I'U"'U I!'! I high flavorcd -
?' one-tenth of all (the tomatoes t'IIIUll..1' I handsome' : dessert IPI'I.' : ((,holly admirable

I Noxious TheM Pads Pms.Oils.or Cure all J'oi DsPUet.onoWlI\INlclnelanukp"b> Absorption. No : .1ri. : :'''t'fllt't..(" .I'.uut4.-'file Illarkl.tnr.ll'1I1'rtlulI.1 in the country are put up every year, am' f n.r cooking. I r til' Spitzciilicrg

t\tnthe: Stomach. The fart* are worn over the Pit'r.<*%, fruit-raisers: of New Jer-ey donut other vegetables; are similarly: treated Thprofits of its season:
t or the Stomach, covering the Great! NervOntr-,. Ihe to those of other MI'- from the indiMry are great and in
oI 190 the Liver and Stomach. A gentle VeRt-tabl most' yield palm any ('Anno,, Ill'.t'I.r11IlIE .'01 IIE.IN-11'iivlh:
rrnicii hmrbed Intntheclreulatlonofthe PloodimdLiver.purtfylnKtheBlport.fUmuUtlnifthrLlvcraeiil of) the tion for he quantity and quality the green creasing.STOIK The Insect infesting the beans of Ji, K.I Harrison \
9' thing* of the earth which tlu'yraisetusupplynletrIgM.lit.u of springs N. Y., 1 Is the
Kidneys to healthy action. and strengthening the the Mock. in I.t.lmlll
markets. Situated between the' .*M S "jo\,-Whether "
Htomachtodie'tforirt. PaicK or I'ACS Sl AND tJ .t'I'1'SIhLI.1N1): J DI) *: : IUAIILK: | bean \' Ilriicbii tabu-Piley.( )
r_rn. SOLD BT ALL DauooitTi.orscotby Mail twolot."t markets in the country" with railroad Indices( the graft set on it (ami lir'utern. ) i la I": The t'OlaUI larvnof this beetle are white.
I" r.xpmi.: facilities accessible in : ii freitionand question never definitely settled : it reappears 111.
Manufactured rJ 39 NollTI1 BT, : every fleshy grub: which ,feed and
41 tiiMtr
.'ALTIMnRC. MD.IfOIKI:1'. t..1\Ur4 IN TII t: I with a coii.-tantly: increasing. "demand. I tciciicouritgc every now ami then 'for fresh discussion .- often, with (the case: II willil question \' -
truck-farming, they devote more; Yet there is no doubt that every different II
: & CO., Agents, nit; it ah11ostchlirely. Uemedy : Nearly
STAJK: OF FLORIDA, Hpace to gardens ami orchards: each sum-eel, cto 'k-that is everv different scedofl'spring : other that ( be-
S\.lilll;\ ; I'Yrnandina riu. or any 'UI
; ,
tlll'll'n.loplIlC"t from the Imrrl.
ing veiir and the lands hear1'w' York and changes! with the put I
Philadelphia! now bear a close( resemblance graft in some, way or other-in some one 01 t ounce-'of IlIflh.tllt'II"iu

:" JIONC1t1EI'' uorsi At only !*l.'i": per' acre to new .-"itlleriili to the famoiu: .suburbs of London and .Am, more of the thousand, shades of quality, 01 a hall and pluc('e it on the bisulphide, beiin.s. Imme 11 '.

the privilege of selection in parcels of 4C LIt I' rlllI II. The progress haolht'll immense color, or texture, or season, or flavor, olvood lI"I'UII"h the barrel ut closely a* IMISM- I'1

1)Y MllS.: WTFK1N I.l c greater in the future. A "successful: )portion and that, 011 111l.0tllt'r band ((graft has u will sure death to
('nnNitnr ('. KciRSYTII :STHKKTf: null adjacent to the line of the ami more determined in.tlucnceon !i. 'h11 procc-s.s Ir\'C 7
: : :Sf: AND: ,, of every speech' ula.n| agriculture deliv.eresl still nureIM'tent| the beetles, und in wi" injure the
in New Jt'l'it.1:4: the quotation (film tIll' I'tol'k. In most: cases! of the bean either for wi or : r.
JarkNoiivlIle, Fin.riClt.MS excellent authority"that the average return llrM kind the effects art' so obscure: or "s 0 i ,
.T J INDIATHANSIT bisulphide evaporates
ClPU''I( : very
ATLANTIC, in coming forward rUIfI,1111
in cii'h, for the crops! of each acre of JerseyMoil 11C'I'l'- 'nh'll. or so long to the air for, (
!: $I.50 AND f H3.OO PKIt HAY, in indifferent, too in the ruse of every different { I n'I I
CO/S 15.: R., is greater than in any other State: the '"o move every trace of it. In fact, the extrchu'Vulutility l
((Ilion, Yet truck-funnfngin tnelink-State:: pair-us to be far from apparent" to a of the substance its use". uun -
According to oc-aticm of Ioom-: :.. has been almost forced upon it by (the demands transient und exterior view. They aresomewhat insecticideclittlcult.. ,for r'JI1 the pluci- tl
FKUNANDIN'A( the At. the diflcrences l I'i tween the children 1111.1
extendin;: from : on of the market. TlicCcrmafi citizens like it is ""'' be muclu '
THIS WKLL-KNOWN: HOl'SK: IS. lantie, toCEDAU: lay: on the Culf coa>t, md remnants of the old) ditch, familic-s were of the r-amc married pair, who seem will wl.n'll fail to do iU work. Omit carehhtunlt .

.--lItmllr located, ami having been renovated thus ullonlinx; to the ].riMluct'r cheap' con. the dot to take advantage of thc-ir exccptional alike to u t-tnmj/cr differ much excepting to those in age who nod know lice, be taken to not allow a llamc to be broughtnear /.
will he tlrst-clav opHirtunities.| heb.uglrig! to the poor- yet really its is verv -
biMilphldc as
throughout kept a.s u vuMir{ il.J"Ululll'I''if'
lioue. The I'roprictress! having had experieme stunt and rlpfd]' traii!' Hirtation to the htmirkct' IT dathey took what they could get heir turns of tc'IIII'r| capabilities\ and len 'I' J. lltnry Ollll.i. I

will heup.. It happened l to be that which wasbtt iencies.Nurserymen.
both North South.
spurt wltt.rryillt slit
mi pains fur the comfort of her) ]>atnuis, in Tlu- In-lt country tra erMtl l by the Transit fitted! for their .purlHlsw although lec and jrardeiu-rs; have their row t.IIl'111 three 'ulh'ltll i i'4 ltr now generallyI
ilanU and tree in constant companion hlp, apart 'f
iscd I by old-styletilkrofJdrseyiiil- ( :
iuaciii the llO.u-t. home-like a-i in the | every .
'i"" : any :aa-tf It. It. .tultMt.oIJ''II t the lands[ abutting: upon the call man-lies ut md so they see into their behavior and c-x- c''I"I.ll'n'lllc I niciht satisfactory.Wnv ,
N'eward.'Hitckeiisack. und hfbilyhinch: more intimately than U comiion -
--- ------ ----- --- Jersey City
the sand barren of Jer,.. ThculUi- ly the! ('1L,.(,. especially If they cultivate AS OU TK.XA.X It\u: Iorro4l1..tti:
XKW M.tXACJKMKXT.: VAIMirfY : : :Y J: bundle them thcinsclvey.. When they VXD'K Hi* ) lust Iwntl
UNDER vial soil of these 1II1'wllIIUI1II'4., with the enouranemcnt md \II.-Ol' .
.- of suitable t fertilizers 'll'I.Jc'l11I1.ll'n lij; u row Siberian!> \ end* of of "' iiinmoriiieeii wlll trade I Ilr.'l'r pro-
1 Spencer Jloime' h grafted dir curd I a .piece of tlh. (leather from I Mtovmatcr -
returns. Itefore lout most ctf'the dcsiruble apple' trees cm UIMUI'
r IH* found in I Ill'tah':: u large I'rol'urti"n| taken. There now inN'ewurk e-rent, m-dling, they iind that lu allcaMxthuiMit.iare I : painted it black und laid i u>!de fur fu-
plots were are
MUIY'N ) 17ia.Wi/1.: to the culture of I Within few day an old chaj. '
I eiug jK-culiarly ulai'tf und lure use.
I ]>ersons WhIirnuttheir t dollars. hi h numerous/ very rough, sprctidng I I
$ulITlol'lt'L'm'ITa: unit J-iirly: Vt-gt-tuliU-n, .ip in the tbousunds who han J.llitlclll'\'rr T|>is! Is a cu'('-und there art muiiy thatorrcMMind Von InuI in the country ("U"l in und in-

J. "-. THOMPSON of the !Kearsargo;: House, 11 nd Tlit Lsii-yt', OIIIJ"ut'Jfliu f Tiinhrr cut from plots of two or three t uw eai-h. I (' ( to it-in which the graft exhibits. ( u plug of c hewing tied tobacco. The for
Mole leather was ,
11'hite'huultuinA( of cultivation U intlticnce.of so lL..tUllt n nature. that it dece' of up laid
Proprietor.Transient Tlie system like that un < 11' an
make thvw landt nf C.illKtTL L'X' ) for At the
worthy formulated ofi md the i urcha .tart'11 hOle
x rates t&'iij: jit-r day i.iht-rul (' flower c-ulturi-t devotes to a lost i>( 11I11I I Is' or a.'I sore '
terms made t,'th.U clesiring Iniard by the .J/AV.l TlttX l.y manufacturer* of Lrvunt rare tulil' There is u ,'ulI..talltuc'I'"ioll, i particular 1 result. The Newtmvn pippin. ml of I the ixlh, day he r.turt.lotki.walking into ,-

M-cek.! 11. tf 'x11 NIV1L SToRt>'. h f crops, and the ground is ir.llhiitiuulyaxe nd other fruits |>roilucvuit c-tlcct UM| >H the ,1"\Iuu.t and Id."t'h'tl.llt
._, -_ _' -_ which. in tlll't'a.4e of theCcutottii ,tore inqiiirecl( for the ('Itrk.
-- ( !1. Female lulior f is very largely em"b hark of the stock li ,
hero t tilt
terbuckcr I
".'('11111I"1 rough lark )INuh 1'r that got i
DI.VIXCJ graft,
KTHOI'OI.ITAX '> >y il in the,1L'' devotion womenodetaiU pippin'
NEW: clrl'LIII'urdit.iui : : : i \' in this metbo l ..fuicroscopic I nd seal or tl"unsl.r'unie ollt'day 1""
ItOOM .-, culture. Uttuctcelery, ing: I nlnll are truly aid In kill nluioxtny i-ir. "
plant und the dainties i>(he taMe! vegetables Mock they are w-t ii|'.>n. The tea |>eurrunontiof .Well.1.11" that t new "nlt ? .
the l'ut OlthwlII ) "
( .1'i..itl. land fnMii this are fur- I excellent fruit where .Ye-.
: comjiaiiy lire chiefly cultivated I on these I meadow lancN.! "' these ; an j "
lloHIHK, PROI-BICTOK. with entire fin ixnuunjt on the Trimit I lAiny; Island i i.. rivtlcd l llu-quaiility, rai"cl l, tould "lite( und let live," but M, apt to...full I U.Ye.Kogiilar. (plug I'rlIE''ra" it?
JA.I'I1V.ITI.lY1'rUANCIINT and the J"'mt have obtained( nearly ex ut with it* npiort| us to eventually !II. alln'l"
.. and dl'ect 1I
Ituilrouit for family 1".r.lIIal I here
then, right
existence. The II
from .
('lU.'t' (control of the markets on tlll''rII | 'rt \,1. i. Jl' ] '
: : : HOAKDINO.: the the bud purchaM sadly replied : old luau Iklllt'lil
tit 5tatio1111eurc.t :
: Side of New York City. The numl>cr of mm grace| i I.+ said to prove fatal to the very ny .
old but I
110)\1>,> KKA-OSABLE No pains "IIILrt'll to TITLE: COMPLETE:, bring 11'ri1 l by ((K-r'ons t'1I(;art..lltI tllt'lm..illl"4 N increuiingoiiitantly. ,'igon>ns C-oncord grafted upon it, but no Wi.on getten hitin' party plug I never, tsml was
,mibt tbeetlortixif Ibepinlener to keen all .
.ait cu>tonu-i>. ______ I1.311t_ fn. the rnitiil "tatt"'l: andpunhase (' : Ollh thin that 1 couldn't tear to
iu one
grout On the; hill back of Newark, und I neurfew I ...h/Mt.. from tbeMofk ItUI'I'I" l, in order to !II
,,'JI. u. t'. Il'Itl'FI;:. (ruin \\iit\ State of Fl{.> : York in every' direction. at present the (.mvout the lonu. ha. MomeUting l to do with l"t'ut" haw. J und Hot my twI I".th mi tllhlOU'
/Sir f is hfuvy-ludcu with the nweetness of the I tlil*. A tomato grafted 1 upon u (NitaUicm I 1 piillc.1\ I,111..t
.. i suid l the formation of til- i root, IUII I vo kept biting ami pulling or .
blo.snom The blunchc l >eral : prevent I
/ 1 KNKUAL: : COMMISSION MKIU'HANT: : I'l 1Itl: >'I'u: |ftlS'II"ol.H.TrlIJ.: : : lot'ur; )< uf 1111I1111..1 the cherry. ( are strewing the ground i 'erxun the potato. .-taking; all that the |MMir /h .lutsundthur Mho am now, tne mime n" 1'
\ T and' lie day .lcl, her tci IU !J"
carrier fan rukt' st niIIl you (
low.lying ltuullit"'I'I04'11
: I:. I U:. ILPOT'f succttslin | | "
('D11 & ST.. XE-.B IKS
: arthe delicate u bite promUt-t the tit drew und till out itt own tpiudy pnnluce. "Siiis to I good plug, rlark..lll.t.t"rk. .
J Ih lllrP.. and l'II;.( CL.IIM muiltil on low much alike i+ the behutior of rtie''a beomelt of the ('llltlrfdt.
TKHNANniNA: t'J.\ ai 1'1.1 t'u' t iun. (he omSng la>t day of April. thnrtteuc4lLSeriou'.du1141ge getable |lclru.inbt that ofmunvanimute*! Sbe'xull right : it'" me. that's failing !f'
('IUP;. W. LENVISLaml : claimed tlieul.Iluau. me out IMHUV
ml bumun graftal indisMilubly! iipoj| .1'1.
Corn Oatn.T0 to the IIt'Urti. the blf which "'l'rt'in .
Hay, Comrni""IIIIIt'r. their tender* lita 't'. The harm done was "nfortunatvhuiiuin .tok 1 tnt C'III'Llll go home 1111 ,lr'Cl tit fart\ .
and rMventh j Hi; Illlt'l'rY wriom und it w, ide-pread The Inlll1l'll'I: tof tbcMcxk the graft IM'IIIIIl ready for the r.H' IUtlt .
rUIXTNC: in eenMyle. uad I1t OlUl"lr.. U'Ul'h wale upon
f_ the lowest rates,, at the Mtei oi: ut1h.t Mf (but it did. not cau.- ..-'rllll. r.*gn-t, for a fair I. less. and| of a nature 1 lres* '


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...---. ... _- .. [The following ordinance is printed this form that those of our readers who wish. rernandtna-Market. THE STEAMKRSJ
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l.a .f rl;.W; $J.Jf roil ,S7A MOXT1IH. IOP.RK: TKI> WEEKLY: HY WM. I.Alt TEV.: .---It .'

-- .. ISf if.onlahifil \>y the City CunncU (f F<'rtian* hold communication, with any other '1l1ur.1 :Spirits: Turpentine, per gal........ ((5.! :27 J ST. JOHN j' | CITY POINT /|
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illiitt: antined vessel! then such vcssel'shall' be Rosin, common, per bbl........... (!'I: j., I *' ...
To Corrcniiondcntii.QirrcjmHittnt SMTION: 1. During the quarantine "season nil ti 11(..I for fifteen days additional, in addition I Tar........ ......... ...... ...........none in market. ? ---- .
und imtuin, hminyiA lmoi/ll'M It. shall be the duty of the pilots! to conduct (to all other!. fines! or penalties iin[>o.sed' bythis Chide'fnrpciitioc...... ........none in market. t
+" this/ jxijirr will jilrusc iltrnt( to FLORIDA to the quarantine grounds all vessels: arriving l.lIttonI'l Island in the wed... 41 (y .>
)MIRROR Fmiandinn, Fin.'e in the harbor of Fernandinu, except' ( the 1" : For the, present Kcv N\Yt and all I

--- lines of euast t-wiso .h'IUIlUul bring to ports in the West Indies. in yexboinSnuthi) rernandlna Jtetall Market.tORRKITKIi I'
lluslnf'RH OJl''e anchor at Mich quarantine! grounds !such America, and in the Mcdilcrancan: or '
vessels!4 there to remain for such time! as the Coast of Africa, hall: ) he deemed infected. : :: BY \
ctnt ,
\11\ have ?! lieil Jlunlnrfg Office tit the .
mart I Kccimd Slirttt.KI.OUI ::--
Port I !shall designate, and the said portVund: are herebyde'laril I to be Mich, fi'wri, Corner f\ntre/
},Ollt oJiCt,'I/ulrr the chary of Mr. H' /'. HW7, pilots siiall notify the Port Physician, by and no other port shall be infected )'ort.'l FEE1: .::1'C'. ,, ftur.lactsonvllleand

: .fr., +rhn still rrrrit.c 1I111Jocrl'fiflll; mtrtrturmcnttind (lying the national: ensign at the foremasthead nor shall any vessel or vessels! be subjected Flour, per )barrel............ ...... ..$'"> ">IIlb*' { 8 oo \TTlLLleave VV Palatka Fernandina and Intermediate landings ,

tttlirr, furors for the MIRROR( and, who alwnyshiw of the arrival of !said vessels: and the to the prllvi1'iolllIf.'t'l'tioIl4! and 5 of this ordinance Meal.............. .....................'.. ::1 I "><)% 4. ("M") the< St.: Joliet, River! and Savannah

the jut per on xmlr.t said pilots: shall hand the Jnastcr, or person when arriving from other than infected tits: ................. ..................... :-5 7.'%! 4. n_ ___ having charge of "at.1't' "l'I, a copy of this lusts: unless by further order of Council Sugar........ ............................. !II)!( ; 1 121:!} ami Charleston, us

To Vegetable Grower and Shippers. ordinance.SKT. : ; but Council shall be at liberty to declare Hacon.............. ......... ............. 71 1( : 2.All "\'jool'l Ijllllrllni ine tllllier the provisions any and all ports infected IH>HS, when Corn, per bushel..................... 7im( "n PALATKA.
Attention is railed t to our market report, of this: ordinance "shall remain at said such Council hall deem !siuh declaration Rice; ............... ........................ 7U'J s FOR JACKSONVILLE: ASH

which arc Compiled from actual sales and nt quarantine without communication with theshore I necessary.SEC. Butter ......... ......... ......... ......... "Im!)(;<> .\., J.EVERY: WEDNESDAY.riXFrom : ) ::::
t the latest possible:' moment before going to or with anyperson persons whatever, : 7. The coastwise stetancr'4."hail he allowed Lard I per pound 1...................... 8l a("! 10(>
"I.Ve believe these will be or with any: other boats or vessels: of'tiny description to come to their wharves and thereinsjiectcd lIa '. per' 100( ) |his...... ................. 1 '1It.9( 1 1SelfRaising :\\41) FernandinaFOR
lrc quotations whatever, unless! by specialpcrniNsion : by the Port Physician, uifless otherwise :: Flour........ .......... !I :.!.i1. O!I 50 CHARLESTON.:::
of value to iniiny of our readers.:' of the Port Physician and his Honor : ordered: : by him landed person:' or Salt:: ............... ...... .................... 1 101" 1 20 I :SAVANNAH tan (
--.-- the Mayor, and 110' person or persons:' or freight! or baggage; shall l bo I, nor per ItiiE11' "' '
Oats, per bushel....................... Wfe l ;r{1- E"EHl"nllU Y. --
New York Vegetable Market.Iteported }boats or vessels: shall visit: or hold any communication sons-allowed to I go on board l until permissionbe

by Messrs. Acce it Taylor, 101 with any quarantined I'I, given by the Port Physician: :and if it be Close connection made with IIt'alnerfl.r:!
unless! by ppec' iul authority (Print the Port found by i flic Port Physician that said.tcaln- x S'iIEl)11LE1, : Mellonville and Enterprise' also with steamers
Park Place, New York, commission merchants Physician and his Honor the Mayor.Sue. ers have;any sickness or contagious disease for Ocklawaha River ; also at Savannah

for Florida produce. 3. It shall bo the duty of the! fort on board. I i.l.'tt'aJ1l'rrlaullllc':' immediately with steamers for New York, Philadelphia,
NEW YORK, May 21, 1H80. Physician to visit all vessels arriving in the ordered to the quarantine ground u' 5'R Hoston and Baltimoreand at Charleston with

Florida (Cucumbers:' $1.;'" to$2 per cnite. harbor of Fernandina as soon us: possible $.:c. 8. The Port Physcian is hereby) sathorized J I( IOIUIA: I\ -! I\ FLORIDA :)| steamers for New York, Philadelphia, Haiti-

Florida C-abbnges, :$:1.75 to $2 JHT barrel.\ after such arrival is reported to him by the and required to administer to all .---- I a---wrINLAND more and with Northeastern! it :South: Carlo-
J Florida. Potatoes $.1.rJlJ to $1.50 per barrel pilots, us provided in section 1, and lii..l'l.t.ttmitl masters of vessel; arriving, in this port (except i Una Railroads: for mutes North, East: and
tasG .t Florida Tonnatoes$1.f0to$2.rsperbushel.! vessels: and if in a )good sanitary condition those of coastwise steamers) the oath West.
he shall give a certificate of health and prescribed by the National Hoard of Health "'5)1l
Cucumbers in demand, but only choice allow them to proceed on their voyage ; but SKC.: !9. The Port Physician shall receive FIRST-CLASS:! PASSENGER: ACCOMMODATIONS.

should be. shipped No demand for culls! or if he !\hullliUt{ any of :ml.1'e 5514 in a foul from everyvessel visited by him under the .

Inferior ruIINC. Tomatoes arriving green. or unsanitary condition, he shall order. the provision"of this ordinance, a fee of five dollars l : .JIB /-10.1IPAXYI Tickets dud Staterooms secured
I said vessel\ or vessels: into quarantine until for foreign and three dollars for const- S.l Through
Care mitst be taken in thegnth'rlngofttli'4 information furnished ut olllce, corner
thoroughly cleaned: and fumigated and put tyke vessels ; and for each certificate of ..
; ;it"/ crop at the right linie.Y. in a good sanitary condition, after which he health i \1t'elll"" him under the provison: of Centre and Second streets.20ly C.,A. NOYES.MALLORY'S .

t -- shall give said vessel a certificate of health this ordinance, he shall receive a fee of two .1. .
.' t Cincinnati VegetableMarket. and allow her to proceed to her destination dollars; and for each and every vessel fumigated : H 1

Messrs. Weller it Worth, No. 40 West through or within the limits of Fernandina, he shall receive a fee of twenty dollars

Second street, report under date of May except in such eases! its are provided. for by ; and any vessel having on board any
'; sections 4 and 5 of this ordinance. sickness of ail infections! or malignant character M "FLORIDA BTKAMKIIIl: : MXII.

., .Oth : SEC. 4. All vessels arriving in the port of shall l pay the Port Physician, in addition -

r Pea, home grown,$1.00to1.25 per bushel. Fernandina from ports where contagious or to the above fees, the sum of eight dollars Direct Line to New fork
'c Beans, home grown, 75c to $1.00 per c'rnte.I infectious disease existed at the time of departure : p'r day for attendance! in addition to a No SEASICKNESS: ::: 1 No OCEAN: DANGERS Only

? ) New potatoes, Burly Rose, $3.00: to $3.50 of said vessels! or from Key West, reasonableVharge for medicines.

per barrel. Fla., or everyport in the West Indie, or SEc.10.: In no case shall the Port Physician THE STEAMERS I
i Tomatoes, $2.25 to $3.00: per bushel. that shall have sickness of a contagious or be entitled to any other fees! than those: II.I.

f Supply of all ample, and shippers arc ad infectious! character on board upon their arrival provided iir this ordinance. Each and everyperson CITY OF IlIlinCJETOX I.I
or that shall not have a clean bill of or each and every vessel or other I
t .t jl 1setlthat express charges: being so high. health from the i>ort from which she sailed : craft who or which shall 1 be; found guilty of And IAVII LAKH.

(i '. ,i J shipments will not pay. last, in accordance with the form prescribedby any violation of this ordinance or any of itsprovisions V .

tl( the National Hoard of Health, shall be !shall alum conviction be fined t ..
, f .r : OUR market is well Supplied i with grape- quarantined\ until quarantine is! declared not less than $).(") nor more than 500.00( or J-1" 'fl n: FAT m. THE: FINE: STEAMSIIII-H I ,

bananas watermelons etc. removed by the Hoard of Health ofl'ernun. imprisonment not less! than one nor more
; I l'ruitpineapplcs, ) S --- WESTERN TKXAN.CAPT. .
') dina. than sixty days, or both at the discretion of ."PASSENGER } T: VEGETABLE: "
t. THE stock of goods! arriving for our merchants SEC 5. All vessels arriving from Infected the Mayor. *,_,* *-'" HINES: ,
p \ I ports, except as provided in section, shall SEC. 11. In ease of the absence or sicknessof ,
show Increased trade in all branches
oe quarantined for a length of time that the Port Physician he shall have authority -

of business.! I :..... __h._ _'_ I shall, when added to the time such vessel: to appoint a depnty.'for whose acts: the GAIT. RISK.
: shall have been at sea, make the time fifteen j Port Physician\ shall be accountable.SEC. Nteiiiner City or Ilrldgetou,
j 1 WE don't wish to make invidious distinctions ((15): ) daysthen such vessel shall l be thoroughly > 12. This ordinance to take effect on : of the above Steamers will leave

k but the Jo'erlulIulhu.1lifrof is one of fumigated, cleaned, and put in a Jultlllnni. May 1st 18SO( and all ordinances or parts! ofurlimiancts CAPT. JOHN FITZGERALD, ONE for New York every Fridayto :

the neatest and newsiest papers which comes tary condition, and receive u certificate of'' conflicting herewith are hereby Waits: at Fernandina for the Monday ami ( suit the tide).

? 1 to this office.-Savannah Acir health from the Port Physician, and then repealed. Thursday:' night'c'jl.tl1hll' Trains of the This line, having no transfers to make
and not until then, such vessel shall be at l'u'4.1l'lll'rlt :30,1S80.JMES. betweenFERNANDINA
t liberty to proceed to destination throughor McGimx' { ATLANTIC, GULF it( WEST I INDIA
WORK on the extension of the railroad ,AND NEW YORK,
within the limits of the city of Fernan Attest : President Council. ANDPENINSULAR ,
i (rack along the water front of town and the dina; and if any quarantined \'l'"I.elShaH/ | "'. 1'. WOOP, JR., City Clerk. RAILKOADS* Offers:! the

d : building of the largo new wharves will be -- . -- ,
leaving Centre Street Dock direct for Savan
;i vigorously pushed to completion. Cotton Seed Oil Mitts E.rctu'81011 to St. Mary's. TO :FLORIDA SHIPPERS.
nah. Passengers and are assured
1 ) We have often thought that Fernandina I There will be an excursion to St.' Mary'son connection ut ,' hl\'I'l'r.a\ the steamships .
THE lumber shipments from this port con
( which establish oil : the and trains for the North. Vegetables: and Fniits will receive special!
was a good point at to an Monday next at 10 o'clock on ( City / :
j tinue to be very large, and the number oft care in handling.
mill. Cotton' seed oil Is n staple export, as is I Jiridgrtoti. Fare fifty cents, children twentylive ,
1 vessels our harbor Is greater by fur than
Steamer David Clark ACCOMMODATIONS
also cotton seed meal. The oil is! mostly! sent cents. ,
II/ I fiat during the same month for several years I I FIRST-CLASS.
to France, where it is manipulated and sent Received CAPT. V. 11. WARD,

i I past. ._ __ __ ., back to the United States as olive oil, of any I Tunt : Leaves Centre Street Dock every Wednesday The traveling public are offered the advantages
200 barrels Flour
1 Tun new buildings erected by Mr. Samuel brand which may be desired ; the meal to 300 sacks Com. and Saturday for SAVANNAH, touching atIIRUNSWICK CHANGES.a : Connections, made at

\ A. Bwann, corner of Fourth and Centre England, where it is used to feed stock-: '150 barrels Pearl Gust.:.\ :ST. SIMON'S, DARIEN: and Jacksonville with all steamboats 'for ull

iitt ( streets, have been much l Improved in appearance mostly.cattle and sheep-and recently largely 10) barrels K. I O. Meal. ., 1)O ROY, GA. 'points on the St. John's, Ocklawaha, :and

I by the addition of a covered, way overt used! for a fertilizer. That oil mills are profitable 50 l boxes 1imu' nt. .Memoranda.Steamers Indian Rivers, and with the Transit Railroad
:kM) bales Timothy Hay. at Fernandina for all railroad stationsin
the entire sidewalk. we are assured, from the fact that they 200 sacks Oats. are connected by Through Turin" I Florida.
_. .
are established the principal cities of the .\. 15. NOVES. with the Athmtic, Gulf it( West India Transit !
OUR lines to Savannah and --- FREIGHT AND PASSENGER: RATESAS :::;
steamship und Peninsular Railroads: ami.via Savannah : -
cotton States and have to learn that I
, I ( Charleston have reduced the number their Wanted at Once: with "steamships: fur li.dtimore, Philadelphia
been successful.The ;
have .
kF. t trips as will bo noticed by reference to their they not uniformly 30) barrels Florida Syrup. \ New York and Hoston. Rates and Bills of Ladingto
a advantages! of this city t are that it has! I :300 bushels: Seed Potatoes For State-Rooms, Tickets, und all other all ]Mints.

k advertisements. They have inaugurated the daily transportation through the cotton- .\, B. NOYKS.: particulars, apply to the following Agents For passage or further information, apply
.I summer", schedule. ____ h_ .___ und OnVes:
c growing districts has ocean lines of steamships to
_, ;
lioat-OJltce Sotlce. Fernandina, Fla.-('apt, J. L. Roumillat, R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent,
THE at Brunswick Oa. to Kngland: as also to the North and Agent Centre $t. between Second and Third.
r yacht race on Fernandina.
d Office 1/lIIttl-l.'rnm 8:00: A. M. to iou; i M I.
)ai i Friday of last week, was won by the Hiiro of West by roll, and water, if there should be : Money Orders Ilncllt...' from Savannah' Ga.-Cor. Hull and Bryan Sts., C. H. MALLORY t CO.,
demand from the latter sections. Thenecessary up' ami :Screven: House., l'ier20 East River New York :!.tr
/Savannah, Captain Kemp. Brunswick's\ any :.OOA. M. to 1:00: 1'. M. ; and from 2:00 r. M. Jacksonville Fla. Corner and PimieSts. '
buildings and machinery will notrequire to 3:30::\ I'. M. Sundays from 100:! to 11:10.M. :: .\. ----- -
yachtmeii must go to Savannah on the 4th ., Dr. I. Eu I"M Drug Store; A. C. Lan-
I and 3:30: to 4:30:: I'. M. FLORIDA AND 1IAYAXATEEKLY
t nf .July and recover their laurels. a large cxi>enditnre, and as the process phere, Ticket Agent ; A. L. Htingerford,
of manufacture but few hours Agent.
occupies a : FAST MAIL SERVICE.Performed .
1 I COMPRESSED alt is now put up, in portable from the wed, not much capital will he. Mall-Arrives daily" at" 10:30 A. M, Augustine, o'la.-On the Hay, R. !F.Armstrong. "
Closes :3.00: p, )I.StJIIllu.fIt Agent.
reservoirs and transferred to distant i hints
] needed. If, as it is said, the l11t'all'l a good
Lilienthul Hmthers & Co.
J for use, in the name manner as soda fountains. Jflil-\rrh'I" 3:30: I'. M. Palatka, Fla.- .
fertilizer, there will be a large home demandfor Closes: "' 10:00: .\. M. Agents. i "
St. Manfi and Trwltr" Hill Mall GUSTAVE: LEVE.: : l
: ,luul of this it. If cotton seed can be "shipped across -
We a very striking example Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at :2:30: P.M. (General; l'm.ot'uJc'rgt'nt.. \
the other day at the Gainesville convention. the ocean, there manufactured, and its products Closes Mondays and Thursdays ut 8.00:( A. M. W. F. BARRY, '

II' n't u rncil home and sold, certainly the ; ,)t. Mary't, fic., only- (lpnt'rulJent, Savannah -Q '-0.- -_ ,

A COLORED excursion; party from Jacksonville raw material which is here on the spot, annually Arrives Mondays and\ Thursdays ut 8.00: A. M. J. N. HARRIMAN,
the and \
to Beaufort, 8. C., i>assed through the grown, can be manufactured and the *"' Tuesdays und Fridays at 2:30 r. M.. 11_- ___-- Manager. pointed "tvumhlpD by new lIn.\I.elegantly(!sidewheel up-'),

,city by the Cumberland Route on the 19th, oil and meal: "., hp! |>cd at a less expense of : Tuesdays 1Vcln'stlaysanalSat'daysat9:00.t..i.Closes Wednesdays, : S.... JIAKY'N it" 'Iac 1A KET. according to the 1 following, schedule:

numbering about seventy-five i from Savannah I leave
(Pu.-sengers by steamer
colored citizens bear the palm as summer excursionist We suggest the above the attention $tIL. T. RIUHELL, P. M. I
of 4 Leave
1 City Hridgeton Saturday }p. m. .
*. of our own citizens, as well as those Fernandina or Jacksonville by Transit Kail-
4 ---- ----- from abroad, who are looking fi'H'l'portuni-' 3IAKIXRI'Dit road train Monday morning, ), Arrive tit
t 4x WE!: notice tho"n'mo'al of some of thepiles: Key Wot Wednesday morning. Arrive ut
ties for investments in the /South
of trash of which we have repeatedly complained -- of Fernandina : FLORA, HavanaWednesday afternoon

k r but there are others, and the ordinance .-t Fatal Aff'ray. HIGH WVTER. Till'fKUlim i Returning, It'a'c'Havana Thut'Itlaye\'l'n.

1 conspicuously posted throughout the On the evening of the 15th inst., at about Saturday: May.. 2'!..._... ...._ A. M. ....- 1'. M. CAPT. JOHN HICIIUU.-oX, ing. Cedar Leave Key Key Saturday Wot Friday: morning morning.(and Arrive at-
....... liUI": :35 to
should be enforced to the letter. This I Sunday, 2:1.: : :
city : hdw.n Jacksonville and Fernandina by Transit
7 o'clock,a quarrel arising Jake Williams u WILL RUN ON THE /ST. MARY'S/ RIV:
Monday, 24_...... >::5:1": 7:::!!) :
nuisance should_ be_immediately_ abated. und William Flowers (colored), abouta Tuesday.Wiilaenday. h 25_...... X:4: !) U:19": er during the season as follows : Railroad Saturday evening and at :Savannahby
i Leave ST. )VRY'S EVERY MONDAY and steamer City of Itridgeton Monday morn
20. UU" 10:10"'fhurltla
debt, at the corner of Third and Centre : :
,. TilEb'InridaTownImprovement!: Company ', 277.V."lo'H! :; ; loiS)!) THURSDAY. MORNING ut li o'clock\ for ing), thus! forming the shortest Ito'ibte.earoute "
streets they agreed to beyond the city limits between the United States und Cuba.
I have two desirable houses for rent, on Seventh go Friday, .. L':$: ........11:21:: 11:4: 5 Ii }o'tRSSDIS.uUlI will leave FERXAXKIXV
to tight it out. On the out Flowers for PASSAGE! ; RATES.
' way same days at 8 u. m., CAMP PIXCKXEY :
street between Date and Elm.y .
picked up some rocks or bricks, and Williams ENTERED and all intermediate landings: on the river. Cabin. flrcurstiHi
These houses are among the most desirable i EVERY; : TUESDAY and FRIDAY
much the older man of the two, told i May 15: .-Schooner .ilex llanliny, Finn.won, Returning Savannah to lIa\'ana.$3 00 f4S 50
; for rent in the city. Rev. Dr. M't'l'1Iwas Philadelphia. will arrive at :ST. MAKY'H at 5 p. m., Fernandina to Havana..... 20 00 38 0 H>)
him to throw the brll'blJ\lt
'for some yean the former occupant. .Call at away throwing May 17-Si'hooner.4.1' Enterton, J- mersu, touching at FEKXVXPIXA. Jacksonville: to Havana..... 20(II) :'tsvt.
at.Williams he struck.him on the bide of the On WEDNESDAYS: ( and SATURDAYS{
York For staterooms and tickets apply' to LEVE
the office of the company for Particulars. New in four days.
head, producing concussion of the brain, i May 17-lIrig Girolinr KlJy, Warren, will leave\ ST. MARY'S at :30 a. m., anal can .ALDEN'S; Tourist Offices.
be chartered for excursions toDungeueNM
THE: Nassau Light Artillery are to have a from which he died in a few hours. Flowers Philadelphia. Savannah, Ga.-Corner Hull and Itryanstreets .
May l'-Urig.1r'IUa, Mitchell New York H. .\. C.LLAgent.. t. .f
upper, given by; the ladies, In their new was arrested and placed in jail. T"ernaudina-Egmont: Hotel. A, I.. MEL- '
May 17-Schooner Joshua kindle, Fruthy, and other !points of interest in the vicinity ,1
hall on Third street on the evening of Tuesday At the examination by the roron'r'lIjury, I New Yorkiufourcla'M. of Fernandina. LEN: Agent.

the 23th Inst.s the proceeds are for on Monday, the 17th inst., a verdict was May Steamship. Wertern Tesaf, IIine, Through llillM or Lading' JU'k.tll1\'iIIt.-COO1'r Bay and Pine street.
A. C. :
of their hall trust it will found in accordance with the above facts New York LANPHERE ent.
the furnishing we MALLORY'S LINE of Steamers all '
/ to .
May :Schooner I I'm, tl. Jour, Falkrn- by St. Augustine On the Bay. !I. } ARMSTRONG
he as liberally patronized as it deserves. against Flowers, upon which he was given u berg:New York. jioints. on the $t. Mary's.CloMe Agent. :3J-tf

There will also be a prize to be shot for with preliminaryexantintion. before J, .\. Eller May 50-Schooner J.1. Foisom, llo>e, Connect ---T----- -. .

i parlor rifles, which will not only prove an man, a Justice of the Peace, and remanded New York. made with the New York and /SavannahSteamers. 'SO. .\ NPLKXDID OFFEH. '*O.T .

amusement for the guests, but as the prize to jail without bond, to await the action of CLEARED. )Iark'all gnosis Cure Steamer/
it should the Circuit Court, D. )(. Hammond May Schooner Fannie .U.*. Johnttvii, flora, Fernandina." 11E }'I.OHW.UlUtoR
a a valuable one for, any one to win represented Dutt Philadelphia. HOOUl't'nDIOD.TJO S FOR PASswigers. und the

be a source of Increase of the receipts. Call the pri> )ncr at preliminary! hear May Jxrhooner:VM C. Et-ant, Sylvanus, Excursionists: and Tourists!! will LOUISVILLE: COURIER-JOURNAL

I 1 itt :Mr. Stark1 store and judge for yourself, ing. New York. find this a very attractive trip, a.s the scenery (Weekly I ) one year for $2.50.

'flcfcets will I>e for sale at the usual places, May -Janut' J: BayHi, Dickinson, New 1 is grand and alligators and other game are Two papers for little more than the priceof
Our friends will do well abundant.For Send ."iO
country to bring I York one. Uti $: and r'ive'ollr
und the'entrance fee is extremely small for in their chickens: yellow4egg.t'doranyother May Steamship Wetteru 7V/a, Mines, further information apply to home )ItallC'r with the (COURIER-JOURNAL., !

A the good things provided for the supper, generally find\ ready !tale! at very .good, New 'Yurk.May JOHN RICHARDSON: the l best brightest and ablest family weekly

which will be included. prices. 21-S.= f:. Sf. Jolt Ii', Vogel, Charleston. 35-tf Ffrnandina, Fla in the country. in 2t .

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