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Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
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A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
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\t. ,VOL.: II. FERNAND1NA, FLA., SATURDAY, JUNK tn), 1880. NO. 48. xoad.

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STATE111:1'S Madison.AxoTiicn STATK CO.\T1\'TIO.Y: A resolution, warmly eulogising Hon Cor.M-tt( him_iris, low\, June 11.-Specialdispatches
s': I I I Thomas F. \ Introduced by Mr. give; particulars of the tornado
l. It\ wt m.-\ }lnrtof eight or : Bayurd, \\
and Itcaolu- I which swept\ through the sutstern|, part
l-'O't'dl"C1R Vlatfonn itM
', sa'- Columbia I ten colored youngsters, living on the l':agan! Yonge, of F.scambia: ; ; and although greeted of Pottawnttomie county on Wednesday ,

!) -'.:,.This county contributes: one murder andone place and in that vicinity, having witnessed tloJllt-I'clrgalra to Cincinnati Convention : with applause) was \otcd l down, because of night.The, track of the tornado was half a r,

: :attempt at murder the 11\: !<\week.. The the execution of Mack Hcndrick, and apparently ( Me.; the intimated preference and consequent mile w hit The wind !swept everything before tt M

; feporrtet'' says that on Friday of last week I enjoying thatpl'il' e>f fun, on Tho State Convention! reassembled: at the implied instruction to representatives in the It, demolishing farm-hou't't, barns nnd M,
e'' l I appointed hour, N!> o'clock\ n. in., June 11th, other buildings' six: prisons! were killed
; Ilcttryr\V'ilsou, a negro employed as Sunday last determined to get up a hangingof National Convention. and a number !seriously. I Injured. Six or M

!-: man,the saw-mill of Roberts it; watdl.1 their own. They ace-ordingly I seized upon and was opened with'prayer l by Rev. Mr. Hon. .\. I L. MKVkill o!l '1'1 1 a complimentary eight persons! werecarried away and have M.M.

\ mileToutof Lake shot and killed Meany, of the Kpiseopal: Church. not been found I
J City, was Andy Brown, colored youth about !seventeen resolution to (Sovcrnor Drew and M.6 .
I' f.byfsotne unknown Last Friday The committee on platform and resolutions ArwuTA, June 10.-Tho ticorgin doleiration -
person I of living on the Orange Hillplace I his administration, which was well received)
years age\ made their report, which, being read to (Cincinnati is almost!' unanimously IIIfl1'lIr
I )tigftt abouthalfpastnine o'clock, some un took him out to the woods: tied a and unanimously I passed! by a rising vote. of Field. Some delegates prefer Bay-:
knO\m\ 'llcl'Son fired at Mr. John by Alex :$t Clair Abram of Orange was motion of J. B. Wall of ttd
1I0ue'j grape vine around his neck and procevde On Tampa a mini iK-rsonally, but believe Field the 111."t

.TheYball passed through the breast! to swing him up to a limb, when the vine unanimously adopted: committee composed} cif one from each available man. Interviews with member* 1,

I '. coat, but caused! no wounl.i broke. They then took the bark of a hickory llemli'ttl.That 1 the Conservative"! lk uu vralic county was appointed to select delegates to of the Statemventlon at Atlanta rl'jm'tn : i,
party of the State congratulate the }people of I'rcfl'rl'l1rl'l'ulh'll as!! follows : Field, HI ;
i I '3 '". JS|' Ihtval. with which they constructed n rope: the tate on the favorable auspices under (the Cincinnati Convention.The linyanlP8 1; Tilden, 17 ; Iinneoek,8: ; Payne

I \ .The city of Jacksonville has bought a newJeafeJI tied< one end of it around Brown's neck and which they have assembled. For more than, \ convention then took recess! !( of one 1 ; Seymour, a;! ; Thurman, :1:{ ; Hcndiicks, ::;

:;:.' Now if they only had !something to threw the other over a limb, and when everything three years they have been blessed with a I hour. English: 1 ; nominee, 11 ; anti- filden, ;

: t I government which has faithfully fulfilled : After recess committee submitted, ns na 'll'tllr Field, 5.
puttnitl in readiness the a
f was party sang the promises: made to th11in 187 l. The I PmMPr.i.riiiJune l 12.--Messrs
,,r't' 1 is rumored that the National Hotel at solemn hymn ; after which Robert Stokes, onerous tax burden which the people !suf their report, which was adopted, the following A [ the owners of the diloner'Wurl'l'rrit
fri !
::'sT Jacksonville is to pass into new hands and the leader of t the party offered!, as Brown fl'f'Illuglnd place to a tuodrcate rate of delegates to the Cincinnati Convention, FJhrl Mcrritt, which was Upon' by

'.$fcbe'cnlargcd.M'tThe says, "a put)' good prayer" in behalf of theirv'ctim. assc-ssmcnt, absolutely necessary to an economical with their alternates : the Spanish war ship Nllr1 on the,11st ult.r
', station administration of government" ; the Fears South C. Ijinlcr of Sum-: have addressed. a letter to Secretary Kvnrts.Inclosing ; .
r temperature at the signal on When from their supplication ,
*.' they arose laws have been rigidly and energetically enforced ter W. C. Brown, of Hillsborough. ..1)tcrmates ) the report of the captain\ of the
i day wfls 1001 and yesterday 100 Where the acting parson remarked to the ; equal l protection Ions been extendedto .-,,", C. Maloney. Jr., of Monroe ; Dr. Ethel A. Mfrritt and Inquiring "whether or

{t- : His that Canadian weather prophet that pre- victim that if he had anything to say he all persons within the limits of the State, 8. Stringer, of Hcrnando.JV not Spanish!' war vessels have I right to fire

, :t, ,I: dieted a hot wave in June ?-Two steam had better say it el-n quick "'hereuponthe without regard to race and or economical color ; and thisbeneficent m Kat Florida.-V.:. M. L'Kngle: of I Du- upon 1111 hOlrll nor vessels if within six to I'I
i prudent management val P. p, Bishop! of I'ntllllI1t'rnltl' seven miles of the Cuban coast, bound, n*
yachts being built at Chappcll's boat and Brown dangledin t' ,
{ arc was tightened has ensured to the welfare and .
; ? A. L. Anderson, of Volusia T. J, Burrin, this vessel was, on a peaceful "lon1h n
..I ., yard. One ot the yachts, fifty-three feet the air. After choking him awilc he was prosperity! of the entire people.IttwUrd of Bradford. ; cargo of fruit from Jamaica thll'ot.

ft ;. |long, is for Mr. Carter, the former owner of let down and allowed to go his way. The ; '}'hnt'l' arraign t the Republican Prom MMillr f'orid.-\ K. Dyke of ATLNT June 17.-Justice Bradley yesterday

.{the steamer Escort, and the other, thirty feetijpng father of Andy Brown had the parties arrested party of Florida for its corruption and its Leon ; J. I,. Marshall, of Madison: Aiter- suit of Jesup, trustee for the
Incapacity.' Disciplined ignorance! mar nates.! -A. B. Hawkins, Leon J. 11, Ancruiii bondholders against the :Savannah Florida
Frank UO The ; ,
r\ for census and brought before h his Honor Judge shalled by cupidity\ and led by unprincipled of Hamilton. it Western Railroad and railroad
if' merators think the returns will show that Withcrspoon, upon the charge of an assault: rapacity, constitutes now, as it has! in the from Went Florid.-C. C. Yonpe, Sr., of on motion. to restrain '11111'Ion I'I

! ',i ':' .|the city proper has between eight l and nine with intent to murder, but the evidence go- i past, its chief of element shameless, and misrule we point to to the its R'II'll11hiWI1: \. Judge, of Santn Rosa Al 11l'fl'nlllltl from (enforcing Jlrpettall'thll
I eight years : tl'fIIl\tt'I\-.J. 11. McKinnon of Jackson T.I. the and tariff denied
J thou inhabitants. With La villa Iran. ing to show that it was only fun which actuated reckless and Improvident expenditure of ; regulate freight passenger : -
\ I I I. Miller of Washington.Resolutions the motion. He said the interest of tin
; j&Vontown, East Jacksonville! and Brooklyn, the perpetrators, his Honor, after a public money, the defalcations public olllccrs bondholders was! too remote. He anew I

tit would probably Lt$ between eleven and ., severe reprimand, discharged the prisoners. whose crimes were only surpassed!! in were unanimously adopted bill on the part of the nlowl.'li for ,
.", magnitude) by the greatercrimc which found tendering the t thanks of the convention to ,
sfr twelve thousand.-Sun and 1'rest. Brown says that hanging does not produce the same object, granted a temporary injunction -
in their peculation excuse for their
an pardons the president and secretaries for the prompt,
set down the
nut case )
t Escatnbta. a pleasant: sensation: by any means.-M fI manner fo
The Pcnsacola : "Arrange- Hccordcr. of taxation whll'h'o..'! nothing I less
1 i ddrnueesays Monroe.The than !spoliation, and to the insecurity they had discharged the duties of their re- Kv., June 17.-The ('morrtI ,

ments have been made with land-utvners, life" of person and of property!'! evidences\ : spivtlve positions ; to {,'ol. J. H. (Roper for I ic llt Conn'ltul met in this city to-day,
; r which promise: one of the finest hotels for : cattle trade with Havana/ I is!! assuming of its imbecility and its. unworthinpss.lirtolfctl ; his al> lll'lllll prevent :ll'cl'hl'l
the free use!' of hall to the railroad and '
; this city to be found in the Southern coun- I large proportions. No less than 2oon<) That we appeal to I the !sober,judgment 1 Wl'rf mado by Cl'1 Win Preston: C .
steamboat companies for half\ Gtr' rates to inridge Judge Wm
( The incorporators of this huge enterprise head are shipped wl'l'klr.shurk of the of every honest and unbiased 1 citizen i HOI Henry 'IItI\I
try. of Florida of whatever political atlillation, in delegates; to the citi/.ens of Gainesville\ for Lindsay, Hon leV'nnlh'n'MClay
are Messrs.! Alex. Stoddard: F. de Fu- leoparl1'lIrll'lr was oaujht at the wharf of the I't1nt I by 1 the past threeyears their generous!! hospitality ; and to the ladiew t and I others. The nU1e 'lhlel always

niak, Dr. W. ]S. Caldwell, C. C. Yonge, W. Mr. A, 1-'. Tift on Tuesday last!' measuring of Iento1crutk rule with 1I1lft'\'iollt) received with Hl loud cheering but
for their handiwork in the beautiful Ihmdsuy
D. Chipley and Peter Knowles.! Tho stock eleven' feet six inches:' in length ami weighednot eight' years of Republican'. Wo appeal" tasty when Judge alluded to Horatio
Il with confidence to every man in our midst decorations of the hall Seymour, there was the wildest l'IIII:4ln"l.
is fixed at ( less than 800 On being opened
$100,000. pound
!! faithful the cheering continuing for several minute
who values the blessings! of a just, After which the convention adjournedGKXKKAT.
f A few days since a bayiuan: was sailing !some twenty-two young shark about t two ami prudent government, to sustain us in 8II"tI;" Nearly all of the speakers avowed btiongpreferences

about the harbor in n big fore-and-after and feet long, together with the log and backbone this campaign, and makes us, by the complete (for Mr. Tilden.Si'iuNonicn. .

the water at a rapid rate with afresh of a cow was found therein ; the liver and overwhelming success of our candidates 1N1'1'L L IO FX'CI:. : ILL., June ly.' The })('IIO-
was plowing !!, to )put an end, forever, to the dangers cralie t-Itltl was organizc-d thismorning
breeze.( On Hearing a timber alone weighed near 100 pounds. This large which from restoration of (OI\'l'IIOI
quarter menace us. a :SNOW: fell nt Minneapolis\ limn( on the* In Representative! Hall bvtho-
., vessel he attempted to "about ship" when fish was hooked by young \I Ir. B. Baldwin: the Republican, tn favor. JBlh election of Hon. Samuel I
: he discovered that his! tiller was broken and and pulled on the wharf by a largo numberof Hcxifrrtl, That the! preservation of good order TIIK army worm N doing serious dannig' Hamilton county, as temporary chairman
in attendanceThe mate of this honest:; expenditure\ Jiuhlie' In ; being called for,
of JlUU.11UL'1r11bll
head people New
the boat unmanageable and fast going a portion Jersey.
duction taxation, and (be continued I progress \ he< that no
j'' on to the hark. In such) a situation there !shark was hooked on the following\ ', but of material )pro perity, present issues TIIK estimated loss of property in the vicinity I- mutter 1 what objection may lt 111,1 to the

+ was no time to lose, and he deliberately broke the large hook and eS'al'l'I1.-h.f'Y) oJ'tllc'alf paramount to all mere questions! of party ; of Pittsfield! I \. 11? on :Sunday hitiy It'lhlkll Presidential (1111,1'.. >y will

f crawled overboard, where he could get holllIII' / therefore, disregarding the 111'a,11J1'H\: and, $:1 00,1 too.' ('lllalll votes of (the Republican party,
I-It taut m party' dissensions' of, the \past, we appeal to THE late freshet In the (Chippewn' River, and time Democracy has thc I c'III\1) party ,
1Y the rudder, and at once brought his packet the intelligent and honest voters ot all parties Wisconsin, l'III1"11 u loss to the settlements and not its nominees, to lll.
. to the wind's eye; ,just as easy, and to the The election) on Tuesday<< last, to decide\ and races to join hands witli us In support on its! course 01'$ltMM.N.( lIon endorsing. c10IrII...1'lt.' to tll

merriment and wonder of many lookerson.Tho whether or not the town of Palatka should of this vital issue of self-preservation. TIIK miners' strike at Ix-adville\ lifts!! ended. committee on resolutions bv. a "ol' of:J7a t tl":7J .

damages were soon repaired, and lie harrow a sum, not to exceed ten thousand of y.VjWrnThat t Ihl'Jfl'alh'llIt.'rc'a"'i industrious I lu lit x A cavalry charge dispersed the mob and :
and citi/ens from
dollars for the of building a railroad intelligent now the workmen' returning to their duties. TiiKSupeme ('nut"f fl'ur"llI, on t thd'Hli,
fl'elin'cr ,
his purpose : :
pursued e-ourse rejoicing, !, Northern ami :$'mlh'rII:11I1t''I: under the !
t rendered decision in of the We-st-
a : muse (
wet, yet much relieve! Some of the old wharf, was carried in favor of the loan.Up present State administration, is a source ot'great 1I11
Union the
TIIK }Democratic) Committee! of the Territory l'rl Company vs.
to )be conn-reel.\ to :2 clock there had been only sixtyeight gratification.\ \ To tlm thousands" : already T'Ij.trl1lh ;
l'a1tslu tills latitude are not here' and tllt'tllOIl'illlltlslllMIII to follow, of Utah has adopted) a resolution declining .\ Iwrll'ul Un the,quc'tiuu nf the

1''IWlC'ull1; Aditinec. votes cast but the final result showed we extend a cordial welcome) regardless\ nf It to be the duty of the governmentto rightoftlielulterenmpnnytnl'tmihltelt'graIjmlinen

; lllllsboro. 133: For loan," and nine "Not for loan. party, and pledge the State administration, suppress l polygamy.TiiKSclm.i : "IHI| the various railroads in (ieorgl.i. ,
(the> Union
t There i is!! still some: trouble about the lands if continued under Conservative control, to I ( : L'rnit'mt (Dalton Railroad was ('ptl'f Company dallllJ: exclusive -
An old soldier on last Thursday afternoon, r'IH'wl'lll'lfortK (increase the.tide of immigration I sold the 1Kb and bought theI'aast'l'cnncuseett rights.!! The court 11/11 I I sustained '
along the route, which is being contested in to on was by
the lower court the WcstcrnUnion's
,by, the name of Brady, who had been on a : ) Georgi.i: (Railroad I Company. ) 111111.t
the elltfo'tall'\ Courts, and we have exclusive! ('ollmetl UM| >n the
Price .
spree\ for several days!!, deliberately threw dcsulrrd'fimat thcConscrvativc: I Democratic paid, ll14"II""I.
learned that this obstacle hash en removed..Now party of Florida, reatlirm their necePtancenfail TIIK First National Bank of Newwark :N. ground : First, that they are In restraint ol
himself backwards!! from an old scow )lyingin trade; second I,'era ; thin(
the river and drowned himself.!' His body harness! up( the iron horse, and in II few the 1 legitimate issues' of the: war. To ull J., was closed\ on the lUll, and a receiver that I If sustained theStale's' right of an mincnt -.
1'alatka will stand the men in our midst!: white and black: we* will be appointed. It is believed that thecapital { !
r years as! empire city domain would I bo liable to IK lost by
was: recovered through the efforts of Captain pledge l the fullest jiosNJble! \protection in the, $::14")I.INH', (is wll'l'IIIIIIt. (contracts. of |iy claimell';
of Florida.-It is about time to harness: corporations. This
( exercise of thc'ir'I\ and
Burgess and :Mr. Josiah:' Ferris on yesterday.Captain \ (political rights,
A iiriiiuctNK passed( OUT Middleton, Di-1.. to b and put the iron horse on the tjaln. 'fhe recognizing fully I unit sustaining the fu11danmentul -
/illll/Hl (1l1l1rdI/I& on the. 1 13th.: Houses wcro nnroofcdjind' tclcgruphic ivwirt nKin| the \\'Mh'rl PliOlI'" exclusive'on
I law'of the State which gives
timber between Tulatku and Caincsville N' : tot-very
communication interrupted.I I It Is (' 1 1 act.!s' in the South
I). S McKay has been awarded asemiweekly citizen the right to vote as! he pleases!' and<<1 to
to be hauled in. Steam saw-mlllscan thought thol'l' <'h orchards, damaged.KXSKMTOK .
ready (
mail contract to the mail utter and publish' )1tl14 sentiments, ulllli-tllrJ.- Ov Friday night, Juno Uth, tho large- I IJ
carry be put in motion on the river, and take the ed by menace of violence! and threats! ofdisfranchisement. ; : JAMKS: A. U\Y\KI, eif Delaware stcmumiers.liarvulauartt and Muittiiyt-iit e-amein

3 by steamer from here to Bay View, Point timber at once (iaincsvilliknows\ her future ( -Ami so recognizing; and father eif the present United: ,) State collision in l oiig Island Sound. Owing to
i Tim-Has Little :Manatee and Alatia. This, Senator from that :State-, died) at o'clock' on
interest will by railwayto "sustaining right, \\e denounce and arraign time low fares on th'l tfl' tiny: haveat
prosper OJK-H the time nth: instant, at MS, rl.'loh'lIcc'III( Wilmington -
route is confined to Tampa Hay and is Republican party' for its systematicappeals I all times 1"1'1 c'rw.II'1
this: point. If means are ready to reachmTampa to mob violence overhe colored l : Is estimated I l'U"l'f
{ known the Hay Route 'apt. McKay will ( : / IIHII tllr{ \
or Charlotte Harbor very well, let it people' of this State, and for' the systematic O.v the ;a 12th 5, t get a suitable steamer for service, which will terrorism them which has been Acme Works Tilusvillc the time collision. There)
come. Our (position is absolutely central over a regular at !Pa., containing at of the was 11Ila'y
',' be of great benefit to the dim-rent communities \\'c command the area to the (1ulf'n3.t,11I1I1 appliance' nf t the political' machinery.W I distillate, exploded fiid.ingering. the lower fog at the (time*, but not set eU'mctuititprevent ",
along our extensive: bay coast. The tiervicegwsintooperation \ I'lt'\' e ourselves to protectand, ..tam part' of the city. LOSH, $"m1NNN,< ) fl'llllthe navigation If the rule are adhered '
the first of July- defy competition in stand-point.I A concurrence every citi/en in the' exercise\ of his rights, 'buildings) and tanks. elcstroycd by Imo fire. lit 'flit: ,'!fl'IJ struck the Xami j
r with Gainesville, we believe in, tiNt against; nil lawlessness, to the fullest 1Nn'ibleextent. A MKHTuraiVK l'yd"IIC i jusscdovcr Peters- the .tarlxmrd I side forward e>. time "lwe. "

! Tonga Tribune.HOMICIDK of all on the principle of neighborly con I burp Va., Oil the K'tli:, fcne-cM iimli mid cut clear into the machinery *"

:; AT TuIP.\-The Tribune gives cord. "'l' take her on the and Ignore Itftolml. That the (:'iu.ervut Inc I Democrutieluirty i i other structures were denfMyrtl or badly boilers Wl'f' elisplacc, and tlU'kl.1
of Florida condemn and denounce I innnoiialilled : steamer sunk within five minute, ,
' I damaged trees and growing roIm.llv In-
; ; ( vh'jlt
I the particulars of a dispute whicc resulted in alll"IlIlIIa.t-l'"IIIlL"l JferaH, Uth.NKIOIIDOIUIOOII ) langu mgt', the fraud* in elections I] )hired-many fruit bits uprooted) No liven but little time for the start If I |
the fatal shooting of Dr. J. S. Hackney by which have been so frequent of late years. i I lost) but many narrow csttatpt'N.) make effortto save their lives.l"U'I'IJCJ)lt-

Captain) J. T. Loley.) After an exchange of : L'Ult1JULlT\-Tlic manualmoving "'t.' arraign; the Republican leader and I i 1 j I TIIK Indiana Republic-mi, Ntale4'onventinu! dred and sixteen jK-rsons" are rt'I- 'rf'lIII" re"

1 <. epithets, Hackney drew a knife and made : season having) ; just just; there are charge them with beinx the authors and instigators I| met at Indian.ijtolis' on the 17th Resolu- cuc-d from the wreck. 'll (nk.n \'(ryr'tc'Nlt ,
nf these crimes '
against the purityof but little Infoniiatloii I IK-
; : (
few that do contain ali &U
several to strike I.esleyWho WIl-'ISCI places not strangers.We I I thins!' were adopted indorsing; the nomlna-
attempts ballot-l
the Ixx but the
whtll'r'Crpctrah..1 : from thorn or front Hew but
uLtllut'll ;
them while church
meet shopping at
thou of and
\ iarflcld the Na-
eif the
hampered that he could not get away, and and on the street Howare they welcomed ? by Republicans, or by men calling themselves |i tional Convention. On the platform tlllJ'1llullot Ion all the passengers who have made statements'concur
was consequently compelled to use his pistol the few. If :' iKmiocrats, weeuudcmu'liee'ucts\ !' aYas in ,giving the IIfi'c'n and crew of
Lkolly by mass, cordially by u Albert (I. Porter was! nominated for Oovrrj .
A the new-comers chance to be "hail felluwlI.n ,/, dangerous to our political institutions, the wrecked stcamera hl11 ) 'They
I1e' hot
in self-defense. Hackney through receiving S37J ve and I subversive j
'' \\'(. met eager hands' will be outstretched our system. of goveruwent abandoned their duty Ilulll'f the unfortunate
the head from which e&tjUh ensued a short to draw them downward; but the other lass, HAKUIHO.V, a noted counterfeiter of the itatwnger to fatl to die by fin*

i time. The coroner discharged Lesley after whose constant (practice has been to keep 12NAlred, That we favor a (liberal} public Uniteel State and Canada, hat been arrcwtisi Of water, just at it might happen.
I><'llOollly"tem, exempt from sectarian in Unlonville Canada.
i an examination. good comjiany or none, what of them ? A at Among the plate -
J young woman, perhaj, has, as' a bride, left fluence.Hewlett. 'I which he delivered up are two $.S plates of .i.v on Jr.. : '
liome, mother and a circle of loving friends That we fuvar the unincumlxT- Unitcil, t State* legal Undern, for which the / .
) T Turnbull of anent of the Internal Fund of Ira President you'd bo ; ,
W. eon our respected to Kettle in neigh Lorhocl. A few ceremonious Improvement United States govtrnnu-nt has a standing
townsman! Mr. U. Turnbull, was awarded calls vour are made, frigid bows and impudent the State at the earliest practicable' moment offer of f.SIN, ') for their capture.lfas. If as Judge the law you'ei scan ; "'.
and I the of the lands If you're fur an :
application public un
fourth honor at the late examination of stares are given on the street, and all far as may be necci,*ary, to the construction( I I FLCJHESCE H. MARTI.I and Senator You must bo an t'l h:1'
consider their duty done. Of the loneliness Zebulon II. Vance, of North Carolina
of Emory ge.-There are thirtyoneacres of a railroad through South Florida and thecxmpletion Here ,
I and tears, carefully hidden from the young of the mad funs the I: married at the residence of the bride' moth. A spruce and I spry Ohio iiianvA .:
planted watermelons near this town, msband's the for friends Apulachi- hhfk and sly Ohio man J,
eye, great longing cola River! to Pensacola in West Florida.duvked er, }(nI. Samuel Steele! in Oldluim county '
it A to wit : B. W. Partridge has twelve acres, and the unconquerable honiaickness, only That we, deem, it of, the utmost Kentucky, Tlmurrllayevening.' ; The ceremony Oh there' no such thing at all for ine-fc* '*

,,11 4 fifO ,\". Lyons, four acres; Brooks Bird, those who have had experience can tell bit iiujxirtaiK-e to the interest of the C'JIllIUl'rc'e was irClonkey mu(1 I II)' Right Rev BUhoti( Mo A* being an Ohio Jan, t-J<*, .;

fifteen al'retIIr.. Partridge:: .hlJll.oo 1,200 such strange that young that people in should tire of 'o( the whole" country, thut a ship canal) he !: of the Roman Catholic church. If a* General youM strut, vfft,

melons on Wednesday.-fontlcello Com tit utioH. monotony proffered,friendship or ,th'irdelJlClirthl'Yaccept and for the first ; constructed across the I'eniimilu of Florida, Ex-Suvrsliua.LaZIrr(1; Baowmof3IiyIsrippi Or W\Imirl, spick and sjn ; .1.

I, time are found in bad company? 1'oor JK*> I and we request' our Senator and Itepresentativeu was thrown from bin! hom In aloud) l I in'd be cut. 0
in the of the United !Statesto t bo Oiila
Congress an man.
I Levy.HO.N.ORS pie are especially embarrassed!' on moving near h lilt home, and drowned The deceased Ju
into a neighborhood. If take such delis as will host effectually resided near Jacknon, Mbwlnslppl, and was A and Ohio ,
war- man
'JOIUD\-\t the late appearance 'rot'e j ry ,
commencement the construction of .
FOB that
ranIt, an unceremonious with a {tan of compli very ltC-I slat -Seven yearn old; was governor of 31 U.kiWppi A .!,(*It and sly Ohio man,
of the University of Nashville, ]>ortant public I biscuit or a sheet of gingerbread, with the Oh! )such thing at all fur lurk
out of the eight Peabody scholarship from &good-natural ajiology that "little folk can- was decided that an Executive a* a member of Congress and of the United A* tl'rl.I.Ol T

I, Florida, five were placed on the "honor"roll. not wait till the stove lit in baking order," mittee of five members, with Hon SamuelPasco State Senate. In the of *>Utio
I will make a bright.: of sunlight in a din THE latest t'ledlolreltOJ < from Oregon game j '
The first prize fin a class of ixty-x, a gy home. An invitation ray for the children to wi chairman' be appointed by the indicate that the Senate.; will nUiui, sixteen If to whim it i lit your 1lao

bronze medal, being awarded to alias Floevoce attend Sabbath itd/ool or a pleasant. I shall President, and announced through the public Republican and twenty-four ueJ Iyou'ml rake in all tr'k",

V. Mcllvaine, of this city. Commencing he glad to see you at church," will gladden prem. House thirty-seven cJ'rBuJ.the You IULit be an Ohio ICi.

in December, two months behind her the heart sad at the late parting. Let the The two-third rule in nominations-both twenty-three Democrat, with more thanan A .I'rll'and spry Ol lo man,
name ot stranger be a altered one to aU, remembering even chance that the Republican will A sly) Ohio titan.
< daI! Miss Florence has lone herself great they are an especial charge to State and :aUoual-wu, on motion, reaffirmed. have seventeen in the Senate and thirty of? there's no such at all for luck

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I Tin: TimtniK SEAL. We are ,,glad to see you, Mr.*Ashc,, andmamma ness, Mrs. Ashurst had not asked him to Oh, over fifty cents a bunch. i i1'3u1le
l Among old treasured letters f- will he very glad] when she comes call again What could be done? for go he never, [ail: f

ee I have kept those long, long )'eari!; home. \ am only sony that she. should happen ] must! and would{ that liewasresolved upon. Must go? Well, gnmt-by. 'j\
to lc ILls { Mr.( I'.orguin's His rid when little later he missed you
On one love s tide\ unfcttcn \ t out evuiingftt; !spirits a rause.
A thimble seal appears. cerck, but thc/nlwlI)' break up early. She:) his lctt'N'+aate. "I shall', have-, to call to ask FounVclock then-I'll 1 bo I ready.t G OlI'ause. /" l})". I'
If a strawberry formed of wsfitaereit i,1 had a letter frpin-your mutt, I think it was, for it," he thought; ; and fortified by this re'fieetion ,
'", On the edges and pressed down, in the autumn, in which} she said] that there went to bed and slept soundly.Nex le Oh not at an I I-jutns fresh-: 1 A'hch} { f 01,
It would be like the stamp the thimble made was talk of your coming heretowardspring] ; morning he devoted himself to the glall to hear say that. Good-by.
but she named time and I&UUIIJIIIllill not "other Aihurts who casily found. ( : Im you ..
On that letter old and brown. no !! were the tel'phone and says, Oh,
I ought to remember the writer, know when to look for 'Oll." NI). ] to be, a mansion or 'pretensions of [InnJ arm so t !]
uncle : He I is not married.I wide and ample with bays balconies persons} : .
When I wns little maid, My probably. J delivesasinEle brutal I Good-by: ,
had] !idea however that he had, writtento carved stone-work stable alongside, and A man "J
As sic! kissed: me once at parting no ) that is the end of it. Not so with the
Consenting, yet afraid :Mrs. Ashurst! so long In-forehand though in nil respects 1 belonging to that order of sex-I it in their praise! ; they
As If some harm would come to me he bade] me call upon' her without fail. architecture known in newspaper parlanceas abide nbru1Itness.-\lRK.
.If she were not nearby. "Your und('? repeated Mi( ,,s Ashurst< the "truly palatial." )Ir. Ashe was ushered of
Yc;', I remember the kiss she gave doubtfully, "I thought I recollected ; but through; a marble-paved hall into two THE DRAWBACKS or ROYAtTy.-From all
And( the tear that: dimmed. her eye. of ('ourxc'l might easily be mistaken. Pray dimly lighted and magnificent drawing- !! I have heard( in England l I. not
She wore the thimblo felt its touch\ sit down, Mr.( Asho. (Oh, not on that (chair; rooms, where rivulets of satin meandered that it i is! a very amusing tlng to be
On: my littlo.hand that day. that I is only comfortable for ladies! Tn.thllt down either side of lofty, dose-blinded (' Princess of Wales. The too
She had. hurried in some last stitch for me, 1 big I square'olle. What a blustering! night it dows, and a parterre of huge pale-colored, cxnlella one to permit of nl cn-
'. When first I went is !I" flowers from the looms of Ausbnsson: coy* jOY1'nt, yet has not the splendid potential
No wonder I look at the thimble seal I thought so till I came in, but no one erect the floor. Each glided and carved chair 'of reigning royalty. The princess, too,
And give one tear-drop hack would suspect it from the atmosphere' of and sofa wore a jacket of linen for the protection peculiarly)' unotenthoUA and evidently
S4, To the ;golden thread the years unreel, your room Miss .\shn t. What delightful of its silken glories each table and Hnls the magnificent lonelness of her po I
V? Thrilling through memory's! track. room it I is I" console boasted its! ulllneanln strew of costly an actual trial. )young and
Oh, golden threads of glossy! hair! "I am so glad that you think so," put in I trifles ; chandeliers, pictures, mirrors, alt siton and idolized, and yet to be shut
; I see! them now, when she the beautiful Amy, whose voice was as sweetas were swathed In tarletan as a \protectionfrom most forms of social amusement,
Who wrote the letter in hand so fair, her face. Florence and) I arc always possible fires: while the family hearth be by no means deightul Yct there
With burning lips kissed( me. pleased when any one }praises: our rooms, was represented) by a lacquered register (', of course, very among
because they are mamma's doing, and we which grinnel1unch'crfull)' from the midstof e of the highest nobility which the I Irrinl'Cl
I see them too, in after vears think that she has the most perfect taste in a slab of marble, monumental]apparently, of Wales can go an 1vlt1 guest.
... To strands of silver threadAll the world" which filled the whole opening' of the lireplace. when: she does so, an state I''j
turned-they KCCIII a halo now Nothing could he pleasanter, I am sure. This chill and gorgeous solitude Alex hedges her around. She I is passionately
About the angel head. It is: thoroughly individual, and yet has had to himself for a quarter of an hour before of dancing, yet! no gentleman can ask
And silver threads! are mine since then, such a look of home and] that i is not an easy, a rustling on the stairs announced( the to dance. She it i is who signals out the
.\lIellll't I sit to hear l look, to produce in a city house, it seems to approach of the ladies of the family, and \ whom she desires as 1 partner,
? The sweet songs of mil,' childhood, when me." and appeared in personage, ( she stands up to dance, all other
T'J My guardian sang them near. No, it isn't ; but mamma I is a real wonder a resplendence of French dresses She, u must sit down. After circhngaround
; : And, plied the needle in her love, worker; she always gives that look," stnt'lv.Ile.ff the conventional tvpe welcomed room l'rl some half dozen times she pauses
III simple "sweet' content, cried Amy, eagerly, .dimpling and flushing, him graciously: and invited\ him to tJ sits down to rest, and then the remain r
I For though her ways were plain, her life and looking twiceasluuitlsahiefor the pretty dinner on the next )' but one It Was but (' Ind of the wnltzers may take turn, but as
,_. Was rl.lnlI\uohlv( spent.I glow; of pleasure.Wc'hear short notice to'collect a party, she remarked, us she again they 1 must stop. "
parted twice-in childhood; \) fin-t. occasionally of love at fir sight but they would 1 do their best. The young stlndll' kind of perform
I parted once ugt lln. and we smile at the notion romantic! ; but ladies, three in number, were handsome '(' cannot ), very' amusing to this kindly, i,'.
., I shall go hack-I'm sure of thatI tor ail our disbelief 1 and our derision, the creatures. very like eath other, and like half : ', amiable t lady. She i is, I am told l, a I 1108t
cannot answer when: ; thing does! sometimes! happen even in these a hundred( girls! whom Alex had met before. [ ] I gent accomplished dancer, despite her shghtUI14
Hut when I see a matter-ot'-fart: days, and{ it happened that They talked enough fur nnlultol, and not I Jut, of all the recreations! of Ilrlft'
Of plJl1plill; t+'hlr5,1 feel! evening; in the case! : Alexander. : Ashe. His too much for good' taste ; ('!! and i she most enjoys driving in 'the! park. In ,
Their meaning! and their impress like excuse: inmost be that nothing/ in the world movements were studiously! graceful; they little victoria, witli her dame de cum-
The goldeh thimble seal: was easier: than to fall in love at first sight; haul shrill, high-pitched voices, and were 80p'ff'rt1r beside her, she j is' free to ), the t
And I read the old] brown !letter! with Amy .\ huntt" Apart from her beauty, at their case to give the impression !! !inl of affection and enthusiasm t
When the stars are hid up\ there, and her remarkable trhuifnanhmer, which of having been born equal to every socialemergency meet her everywhere, and no one that ,I'1otes
And I heed not when the meeting\ in itself would have, been irresistible outfit which could possibly arise: in the' the; gracious, smile and bow where ''i
For U '\plainly tells me whereof for a far plainer girl, every moment spent in course of,their live" Alex mentioned his M she returns every salutation can doubt
And I bring the broken edges her company': made it more and more apparent mistake the night I eforc> ,''und found the tale delight at her own popularity, Her i:
Of the seal\ unto their place', that this: outward loveliness! : was but the received with rather contemptuous! Amuse: \oi [ ] and her winning ways, and all the
i Like lips\ fulfilling\ pledge exponent of a nature lovelier/ still, pllre U:4: 11'1t There was I family of that name, : Lcut"; gentleness of her nature, have great rh
s In the mooting! face to face" her cheek and tender as: her eyes." It would .\! believed, but she knew nothing : )' endeared her to the English: people. In '
-. ,,/ have required] a' tough heart', indeed! or un about them. They 11'1 near loth street, 1 a it was the recolloction of her loveliness "
already occupied' one to have resisted' her did l tl'h I very o be sure. Hadn't fllt her.gentle and gracious manners that r
llTJ.L\. VllTKEX TmU THKX. spell' ) and Al<'x. Ashe Il neither.. He had she ( tOuI'wh'rc that they taught something (' the Duchess of Edinburgh so un ,
It was! on a blustering evening in March( : been rather indifferent to young Iltlil'"l'! to o nther-apl'eallJ. her girls. ; The haughty and higlm-spirited
tr t, that Mr. Alexander Ashe, pausing: in his, i this time, and piped' himself; a little as beau Miss .\" did, and ( : of the Czar with her coldly proud t'I
of the treechristened ty-proof but lie melted like frost: in sung with faint-degree of interest ;
rapid progress! through one ; 1 falnt-\er) and heavy was! disappoint:
j streets! which bisect! the city of Penn,, under the influence of Amy's. sunny looks! asked, 1:< one of the daughters rathl'rn'tt1' to those \\" flatul'hoped, to 1 find in her t
rook' from his pocket a letter, and holding it : and with a feeling! akin to that of the old } after which the subject Ilropl''I 1elt second Alexandra and her quarrels with I
well up to catch the somewhat uncertain woman of nursery legend I. wondered( I 1ft this I I Ashc was nscious: of !I'I of : and the Princess Beatrice did not
light of a lamp, studied the address: with were indeed he, us he drifted umesNtinglyon : i relief when, the call OUT, he found, Idtiiselfagain : (2ul'cl to make her better She:) is not in II I m
m steal sharpened by I sudden, apprehension. under the bewitchment\ of the occasion. in the tltn'ct What tiresome wo or : this season, h'in lkl',1 in attendance .
t tS "Confound Uncle Ned !I" he muttered, "I Two hours: l'eellike two minutes. It was 10 11'ul" he Yet why were they so I.OHlon her dying mother As the young Duch
"4 wish: he teniiM learn to put tails to hl:4: .'}'s..' o'clock before Mr:*. Ashurst: walked in from tiresome? He has: "1'1 fuiiiliarttith just:. ss of Connauuht is expected shortly U add
that I her ccfdc. Her coming was like the breaking :such women all his life, but never before i
1314: no ; 1514:; no ; qui centainly ; member to the already large circle
must mean a 3. Well, this i.s really too bill of dream.. She: greeted him cordially, had found tll'l UII'llhlruhll" .Hut then onot\r : so all the du [,
} It never occurred to me till this I moment but there was a little ,perplexity in her manner I hud never Amy A hut:4t: ," he medi (' of Queen's royalty! rwkhidT'1 the Prince and ;
that there could,] be a mistake, but certainly as! she said : "I am very glad to see: tatl'eI "Marry( one of; those girls! Not if of t'voh'e. to upon the Queen herself, :I
it is 3, and not ft. A nice business it would; you, but somehow you :surprise. : me a good themines of Golconda, and Uncle Irilce i !never seen in London unless sho .
1'- l>c to make a blunder III-hl'lr I+-11unthg.V deal. I was not prepared l fur; anything so Nat went down on his kll'1 to le." from Windsor: especially for some I IpuLlc
Pshaw 1 Hut it's to please! Uncle Nat. lIe's tall or-formed. You know I recollect yon His[ call of inquiry after the note-case he 'Oues up ceremonial, and then :she remains:
1 V been' good( to me in his: way, the old fellow as little Albert and your Aunt ('urn"lIl.n'r timed MO > to hit what he suspected to be a time as possible: in the city, always n
has, and I can't well refine:. ,so slight a favor mentioned that you were so astonishingly: the leisurely hour of the fallIII the, laterevening. !; back to 'Windsor) before night. Even
i us that I should call on these-what's their grown." ; He was ; (>were : goil number of presentations at the drawing-
l Dr names?-A'diursts. even if he does: "go on to Albl'rt-\unt Carry !" thought the mystified at home, und evidently, (expecting him, forth Pause."f: i is restricted, because she will not ('n.hlr .
h air what he calls ifs\ "long matured hopes'! Alex. ; null then with u sudden sinking (' htt'r-'a"IlI'; conspicuous: on the table, I (' the fatigue of receiving for more than
that ( lead to something\ more inter- of heart, he began to surmise a blunder. and began with upoltig bad hours! at a time. Should the number of
t I I'sting.: It won't, though.! I never saw a I do not quite understand," he htammered. : "I should have sent it to you we to be presented prove so large as to t
\ girl with money yet that wasn't t altogether! 1- Can there be- I nm half known your address: but you gave us none, Jull up more time than the allotted two
detestable.: 1514&, 131J-which i is it ? Never afraid I may have made a mistake.: I am yon r'I'lher. she will lv take her
mind, this is Thirteenth Ktreet ; so much is Alexander Ash, and not Albert.-1 "I h"l'l nio>.t unwilling to and leave the Princess:! of Wales '
certain. Now let's 'cl-the house must bon J1rs..ishurst looked more puzzled than give you that trouble 11111 besides'-can- sal 1 act in her stead. Hut a presentation to t
<> this: side Perhaps the name I is on the ever. 1'loTl'lIl'hhl hl'el deeply ami becamegrave didly-"when I missed was very glad, princess is by no means considered in :'
door. IlyJovo I never thought of that. and emlmrrussod ; hiltIIIY'K blue for it gave" me u pretext for seeing you all ; same light as is one to the Queen, and so
Sure enough; the name was' on the door- eyes met his! frankly, with such sparkle' of again. every there i is great desire
"Ashurst"revealed plainly enough by an kindly fun in them that .Alex took courage He was so frankly handsome as he spoke, the drwlllg-rnol lf he presented 1 to get
t opportune) .street. lamp directly opposite' ; to go on."Pray. looking; straight into )Irshur"t'l eyes names among the first: of those in
,and Alex Ashe rang the bell, muttering to h-t me explain' ," he swill 'fIll! the while, that she was! greatly pleaded withhim. scriht upon the list so as to be sure of kiss:
himself: ".\ !good hit that. It's lucky I mistake, if mistake there be, comes in this linger of veritable
4 didn't, go off in search: of 1ft 1 1. :Still, I wish way. My uncle, \l lr. Nathaniel Ashe, of "'0 are glad to see you, without any might tilt one rO"llThe,
is l Uncle Nut would mend the tails of his 5s." Boston, whom possibly: : you may know byname pretext" she sallI "And. IlW, )(r. Ashe, ., to lain until \r wel,t, us her presence at I
' I .\ narrow' entry t I'rl''lIh'tlltl'elf tu his: view wrote me this: note"; -taking it from sit down and if your quest! of to-day ou drawing-room is the only social mani :
1 when! the door> opened, for the house was: his Jett'r-l'uSl-h which he laid upon -ute' has been successful:. if you)have found your : of kind that sue hn
,1' small:; and the misfortune (If" small house! his: commands to call on his: old friends: the ul'le'l Ashursts, the real Simon pures.So .' ; flstaton make any since! the death I''rmitet I
is that each new-comer iu: from advance he said to mention! This: time when .our hero took leave, Mrs.Ashurst goes
his: measurements!' and deduces: what should write in the theater, she never drives in the park,
1 he sees the probable extent and compass) : of my coming, so they would be prepared to cordially invited him to come do I all.lle mews up the luckless Prince IJeat-
d+ ,. what he does not see. "The ladies were at see me. M\r undo writes a blind hand as again, and whie' he eagerly; thank1 her, (' as closely: as though she were a cloist
.; home," and a white-cappe(1 maid took his you may perceive, and I was quite ut a loss Amy, taking forgotten let : from instead of marriageable
"l1rtlllltu the parlor and returning presently whether thirteen or fifteen wall the number ; the table, bunded I to him, with a wicked! it : lady of royal 1 No one oversees the
t ushered him [i n. What u pleasant room 1 t'l and while I was casting abut, I found the little smile, !saying; "You Ilbtl't f.'rgl in hlHXI with the Prince and
j was his: iirst! thought a.s) he entered. Not a name I was in ,search of upon your doorplate thin, )(r, Ash;i" and he, quite i lrilcl of public, as she remains! buried
"handsome:' parlor" in the least.: Ho was: and made sure that I was right Miss: keep from laughing, replied, "No, since her mother in dreamy seclusion: from
V V:' ued to those ]parlors! wheN every mirror, Ashurst seemed prepared to receive a Mr.( Mrs. Aslairsi is so kind as to say I may years end to llioper.ME.ttoRV .
bronze, curtain, and piece of furniture was Ashe!! which confirmed m)' impression: und come witnont :I excuse ; otherwise I 8houIl unother.-Luc.
the exact complement of similar articles on solo' short, you see how it is. I trust" try hard] to leave it for the second I .-The mystery of memory lies in
the other side party-wall on either hand; und will accept my assurance: that the blunder Other evenings: followed, each pleasanter apparent immediateness, of the mind's
whero sofas and chairs wore fine clothes on unintentional, and made in perfect than the last:. There was the sweetest atmosphere cntact with the vanished past. la "look
t occasion, and! common petticoats for common good faith." about the mother und daughters!, hack" on our life, we seem to ourd'ci
days, and, nothing ,seemed intended fur It was a perfectly natural one," said Alex thought ; they were so cordial, so intelligent : the moment to rise above the limitations .
use, comfort or the indulgence; of unauthorized Ir."hl1l't pleasantly.' ".\111] now pray so unaffectedly fond of one anoth time, to undo its work of extinction, seizing
or impromptu pleasure. .This was:' a resume your seat, J1r..lslme[ and let me explain cr. Little. by little he.gathl'T't1 the fact of again the realities! which its onrushing
room of different\ t pc. not handsome at all in my turn. I have dear old friend, their history, not from any formal revelation had borne far from us. Memory is 1
s in conventional\ sense but full of individuality Mrs. Galloway dimming, of Newhury pout' but by chance hints and. casual allu.SiOI it kila of resurrection of the Imritt ; u
t and charm. Thick\ rug-like hang whose sister married Mr.( lo'ruH'islll'" of : Mrs: Ashurst as he conjectured, had fix our retrospective ap
i ings;: of the ('h'l1pllruzzi tapestry of Italy Salem. She wrote some months ago to say been left ll'lllerlprvld11 for on her husband's pear to start anew into life; forms arise
Ashe death, and with far-!>' wisdom our minds which, we feel, faithfully
drupel door omit windows! ; the walls, of a that her young nl'pht'wIl'l'rt was Ijhtl'll wihin
oft harm'jiii! ms tint were hung thickly coming on to study III the h'l1icul'hOtl: ofPhiladelphia had used> her little capital] in her girls represent the things that were Wedono't
with pictures and dra wings I, 'among whichwandered and ire have been looking for a first-rate education! m Euro{>e, with a viewto i! t'k for any proof of the fidelity of this dra
apparently I IU at will, the shoots of him in u vague way.ince February; so when their becoming teachers They had but representation of our past history by
m.igniticent: Ivy. A bright tire of camelS my daughters read your card, 'Mr.( .\. ti..Ashe lately returned, and were not yet thoruugh.lyat memory.)'. It is seen to be a faithful imita
,S coal shone in the low grate ; t there were ,' they naturally! took it for granted that home in their own country; but already ; just because it is felt to be [revival of
lw>oks everywhere ;; the 1lano.llto\4.] open, you were he. You see, there was u blunderon Miss As-burst was instructing largeclasses i>ast. To seek to make the immediate ;
unl..trewlI.with! music sheets ; writing table both sides, und! we have apologies: make in French antI German, ami Amy testimony of mpIof' more sure seems ab
hcupod] with in one corner, and as well as you" giving music lessons to a number of l'U\is. : since! all ways of describing and illustrating 3
+ un easel and IOI\'l'N\ another showed] that I "I cannot regret my shareinthemistake," Their evenings they kept free for the enjoyment this mentafoperation} assume that ,
,;u busy iH' >)ple mod the room, and] worked said Alex., rising to go, since it has procured of each other ana of the little home the very act informing!; it we do .
there when )u inclined-a thing not often me one of tie ploasantest evenings" of whmidtthey'sovalued] ; and entering into the (ovr a i art of our seemingly "dead selves. ,
permitted parlors: kept for show ; and on m,' life" lIe glanced at Amy us he spaike.11'as spirit of this life, so bravely busy. yet 8 challenge the veracity 6f a person's 1
t the chimney piece .stood( a bowl of fresh violets there a little answering gleam in her tranquilly content, Alex for the first is one of the boldest thing one can
I l, which tlhfuscil: a spring-like odor about eyes? lIe half dared to hope| it. time what the charm of home maybe, where ..,; 1 the place.] Hut about these, Salem Ashes," said each inmate has independent occupation, Memory i!the peculiar domain of
' Two young: ladies, vyiilcntly sisters}: rose Mr Ashurst: desirous to set !him at ease, but where all interest} are shared and united individual. In going back in relc.
I from seats reside the lire and came forward und end the interview without embarrassment us only they can be in those homes to the scenes of other years he i.
# to receive the guest. The elder! who held "are they your relativesiiiany way?" where love l is lord and king. on the secret store-house of his own con
his (card bet vrtn her fingers, ha.l11 sweet and "I am afraid it is u distant coushihip, if He dined duly with "the other Ashursts, 5cuuless, with which a stranger must not
cenMble countenance, a remarkably pretty any. My uncle, J think, bus spoken some and duly paid his "digestion. visit," but I intenuodle. Philosophers commonly dis-
figure\ and u*manner full ofg..ldollllllignity remote connections! us :Salem or Murblehead, there the acquaintance rested. The lusipidicy ", tinguiih memory a mediate Imowlo.'c of l
and ('Om P(1tI I1re, milt':' \.' was of that type of but I am not sure of the f.ld.s.1111 now I of mere fashionable Iltt'rmT struck .I .thing absent, from 'pcrCpt01 im
woman: whom other women wonder that all must" bid you good evening, with renewed him so k'Cnla contrasted with th i men don't fall in love with ; but they tot apologies} and go in search of these other life had just t learned to understand [ I, ) people are wont to feel just as certain of "
The younger was In a totally ditferentstyle- Ashursts& at thirteen-no, 1514, That will ; the elaborate graces taught in worldly one a of the other. Indeed, it may al-
fair. round, brilliant! smiling.fcc/uiM/i/f, posse be two Juart'lllrthl'1': up in thii-aml'stn'l't: : I schools S101 8 poor and shallow couii !, t be said that a 111 more easily brooks
.sed of a thousand umttaunhtlraceswhich; 'will U not?" >ured with "the mind the", nmsl. breathing crlt'l investigation an act of I T'cptiol
lent to her manner inexhaustible variety "Yes, and I think 15U is Mr, Walter Ash- in the face" of Amy, that him a: an act of recollection. Perception
and charm, but withal with the tolUmy candor urst's number. He is: u distant connection sheer waste of time to devote his hours to ha to do with our COllOl objective world,
\ of a('hiht.hinlllg in her clear blue eyes. of my husband's, but we have never met them I .' we allow otuel to have their say
, Amy Ashur was altogether an enchanting I, thl'11They are old residents in Philadelphia Who would care /or a doll, though its impressions! \ produces. Most llph abut
ereatuiv, and \It'xbhl', struck and dazzled and we new-,oumeni, you must!' know. dotbe''tr of lace willing, to some extent, to regulate and
muttered to himself with Midden excitement You Sl'C. we have mixed up obscure court- And itilll! petticoats trimmed in the fashion? their ind\dul perceptions of ex
: *' By Jove I'ncle f Nut has hit it : >thips as well as names and numbers in thu he hummed to himslf as be walked home teral objects perceptions And
for once 'Here J f.> a girl with money who odd double misunderstanding! .of ours, )Ir, after his sC < 'at 1514 ; and from ; baly anybody is 8 obstinate a to refuse
., beats hollow all the girls without any that I A he." -, thenceforward he gave himself! with heart an object in deferenc to an as
(. ever nift. I am everlastingly indebted to So, with courteous farewells Alex took hU and ?soul"to the cultivation of his happY .... by oth ni that he thinks he
hhu," dud while these, thoughts whirled$ leave, and finding it too late for further calls accident. ha seen differs from the reality. But with
through his\ tulnd. Miss: Ashursl was ennui went back to hu hotel 'heavy-hearted, for Uncle Nat was gk.ously disappointed t to matters of recollection i>eople are
ciatinj her *wft little", sentences:: of welcome. with all her courtesy .and all her pleasant- : when his favorite afer a stay in apt t b much more dogmatic To cast


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doubt on a man's memory !is! commonly resented for the purpose of helping to make up n TIM 1\1.\0'8 lll-Uh I CONDENSED: TIMK: CARD 'riLOIUDA CENTRAL RAILROAD.JU'Ksoxvtt.I.E ).

as rude imf>crtincncc.. looks' like show of wild animals. In the wilds! of Africa No perfect day JII'l'r come to me," I or THE "' ,J' 111 l"9.
an attempt of another walk into the and 11.MRI'h
to strictly baby elephants arc common ; they An old man said ;
l private apartment his! own mind. Even arc usually taken from their wild state while. "A perfect day/ for us can never be ATLANTIC, mtLF.t \VKST INDIA TRANSIT On and after will this dat TrlM follows th1.1 +

if the challenger }professedly bases his! a chal unite young. The little new comer I is Till we arl Ill'IItl." RAILROAD, run ns :

lenge on the testimony of Ins t own memory, offspring ol )(anIIrI('," the father thl'j' The young): king! heard him, and he turned PKNINSULAR: ] RAILROAD, 1 DAY l'.Is:}:xn.n: (I'.xiHT: P"II\".)

the challenged party is! hardly likely to al who I is twenty-six years old and wl' away ( mfdu Branch,) lx\iye Jacksonville .......M... ...... W> \.
]low the right of comparing tlt tnoniO. He 8,000) pound; and llehe] ," the mother i In earnest thought. AMCUMBERLAND) Ix-avc HI.l\'il .....t........... ?0It: A. MIxnvo ,

can in most cases! boldly assert! that tho! e tWl'lIt".thrl'l''III'S. oM and weighing 7.0ApoumK : I Did man: ne'er find on {earth the happy day ]: ROUTE.: IjikoCity ............,........II:** \:1:
who differ from him\ arc lacking in his! The calf at birth weighed :2131! : ]} I For which they .
powerof sought"A Leave Live Oak................... l-I. \
recollection The past in becoming pounds, and stood nhout three feet( hljth. //I Itfect;, Mnmry let, lf M.UOlNO ( Arrive at Savannah ............... !": P. Mlicitvr
]past! has for most eople ceased to be common The! hirth of the elephant babe was the occasion day. so free from care" so running tier l SItItilmuallvr".a......., ,UI A. '

. object of reference ; it has! become a of great excitement among t the other With life's delight SOITII.Leave Leave Live Oak...........:..... ...........! r. V
part of the individual's own inner self, and animals! of the menagerie" and the mother That there'seemed room or wish for nothing .\tllntIII.. 2.11:; I*. M. Ix-avc lake Pity ..................... A:r.1

cannot be easily! dislodged or f'hnken.-T/le became so alarmed at the roaring of the more Leave Macon, l7.I.......... ;...., r, M. lx>ave H.ltI\III' ......................... 7.rt r. M
t'urntiill Jlflgrr: ;le. lion and the noise of the tigers cte., that From dawn to night Leave- Brunswick, (hi. fl.lfi A. M. Arrive nt Jnck!!omillo .............. 'uiti r. M'
j she rolled I over violently on the ground and It must be that such days have come to Arrive l Fernandina, Flu......... .....10.15 1 A. M. 4atiiit.Y
TilE ancient historians haw a great deal\ did all in her power to \protect( her calf from man" Leave Fernandinn ...........10.IW A. M. MAtL ANT) l.XI.t. ( )

to say about the wealth of various old Uret'ksmaul supposed danger. She is so flnlof her lit. Tlie young king said. Arrive]B.ild\\\ i Fla..... r.J.2.\P. MJ Leave Jacksonville................. &ft I r. )
, Romans ; but none of them was so rich, tic one that she is extremely jealous of (5o !t\l\r'h-f\n.l\ one who found them, if : .. : : Leave White House..................... hiS: r. M

in all probability, as are many living Americans. strangers, and will not allow her old pet you can" leave Baldwin] Jacksonville. 1.30 r. n. Leave Baldwin........................... 7-' r. M.Darhyvillf .
Crusts, King of Lydia, 500 before to her. The little elephantis Ah, wise head! .lrrivt'Jacksonyille'util.\ (( Route).. 2.3.p.. M. .
years dogs come near gray ...... ... .......... .. 7:2' r. )
j the Christian: era, had: so much gold, very friendly to visitors, poking its Mender Leave; Baldwin' 7ofTvdar Kl'v.-:: l.SO r. M.: IA'I\leave Sniulersott..a..a..a....... !I 7 r. M.

I; with other kinds of property, that rich as trunk! : into i>ookct.s and tip sleeves to the I trust that some 'tul'llclJ1\.' will come Arrive Waldo (Junction 1' lR) .. ".11 r. M. ]Leave Olustee................. ......... "::4.1 P. )
: Crow-us)! has been for uges a threadbare simile. delight of all.. The other elephants. of the To l'VCI11'1" Leave Waldo. ..''O r. M. Mt. t'arrie..1.... .... II03 r. M.
( lie was the great plutocrat of antiquity herd caress! it fondly* which flatters the I The king! said ; but the old man's lips were Arrive
I r and it is diflicult to judge of the value of l'rolllllJ1other of the first: genuine baby elephant ; dumb. i Leave Gainesville... 5.\1: \) r. M. Aril Live Oak..... ............. : A. M.
r >. his possessions: : but it i is not at all likely of the United States.-Jnierican.lyri-( I "..\11. you shall sec I Arrive ( Key. D.SO:\ I'. M. Arrive I'IVI' Tallahassee................." ";.1 A. M.

that it ever reached more than $10,000,000 to cliltl/r;.'. That you, and thtl about you, all may kno\\ Trains to Jacksonville and I North of Baldwin Arrive Albany....................._U>:.' A. M.
$12,000,000 of our money. Thenare, no )1pl'rfl'l.t day.A daily. .. ... \1.. A. M.
Lord\ Arrive .. .
Kixo. When Pal 1\.llliJh. .
A SEXSIRI.K nters- ;
the blow I
doubt forty New Yorkers at least worth bell !shall ring \yhcu !sun .. ....... 4 : MIxave ,
ton complimented the late King of the Belgians shall U01XO NOKTK. lea :\ntlh ......... .... : r
more than he and sonic six or seven marIa'e on the superlative wisdom with which And men say : lA'iive, Cedar Key ........................ ".1.) .\. M. Albany .......................... 4.H" r. si.
} fourfold his wealth. The richest: Roman i liuim'vvihe Tallahassee ........... ....... V4: .\ r. M.
he had managed his rich and easy little '" IlehoUl, this day: has been unto the king Arrive ( : .t.41 A. M. leave -
in Julius Cwsar's time, and one of the kingdom that astute sovereign answered A day replete Leave Oaincsvillc. 8.50 .\. M. IA-IIVC Live Oak........................... 2.1 A *. M.
triumvirate, was Marcus Licinus Crossus: \ !, an ........ ........ .... S.-Vt .*. M.
that his theory and practice: of statecraftwere With happiness I it 1wkNlnot anything; Arrive Waldo ( I1. R. 1 R.: June.). 1148 A, M. Leave IjikeCity ;
astute speculator, noted for avarice. His for- Carrie ... ..... ........ v.
equally simple. "The whole of my A day most sweet 1 I' IA'JVl11111". D.M) A. M. Leave Mt. ( 4:11 \
tune has often been estimated and never I'hilosol'hIill his' Majesty, "is not to In a high tower ere night the : : saw Arrive Baldwin. ::!. r. M.leave Ix-nvt; Olustoe' ................... .... I:1i: .\. M.
above $ ),(NOoK) < ) to $10,000,000) in United passers .... ..... .' t .
States currency An Athenian or Roman II1Ml'h'n a Prime Minister comes tome A mighty bell Jacksonville (Cum. ltOl l..t1.15) A. M. Leave Sanderson............. AJW';:' A. M.Ixave .
for advice or direction\ I ask him whether The tidings of a day without a flaw Arrive Baldwin .: > Hurhy'.lll'.M A. M
who could count his estate at what would be M ,
he can command a parliamentary major Some time to tell. .p'- Leave Inhl\ln.... ......... .... .. tit: A. H.
1,000,000 of our dollars was considered immensely ity. If he Yes,' I go about my business : Leave\ Baldwin.:I.ia.-iio'r. M. 11"1, 'hite Iol!{'........ ....... 7.
t who wealthy have but residents than $1,000,000 of Manhattan and feel says no further anxiety on the !sub The bell hung silent' in its: lofty tower : Arrive Fernandina...................... 3.40 r. M. Arrive J/I.k1'IIVltc................... ::'.A. ..
no more are ect. If he says' No,' he goes about his business Days came and went ; Leave Fernandina. 3.4r.: M. On Mail and Express Train Slccpln( <'ar'

'r and not are now unknown considered particularly the opulent well members off-, and my course t is equally straight before Each summer brought its sunshine and its Leave Brunswick. ....................... 8.00( p. M. run through to and from Jacksonville. and

of the cOlUmunit among.. Mere millionaires me." Some time afterwards, in the flower, Leave :\ 8.40 A. M. Savannah ; also, Lucas Shaping: tart run
) troublous days of 184S, sonic demagogues of Its old content, Arrive Atlanta, ( 1.11I'. M. h to from Jacksonville and Tal
here to merit little distinction through mil
are so
common as
.4- fiat ncinlly. There were no such the extreme party in Helglum appear to But not tho )perfect day he hoped to pee. Trains to Cedar Key and South of Baldwin ]lahassee.FERNANDINA.

I estates in ancient times as those' of the Actors have forgotten the sort of king with whom But soon or late daily except Sunday. : $, (Dutr.) ,
had to deal, and surrounded his country The day of days" he said "will come to me, 1'Xlm.:
and VanderbSlts and no such private they that he should I trust and wait." PENINSULAR: RAILROAD, Leave .... ...............11:1.: .\. M.
fortunes as are ]held) not only here, but in house at Laekcn to ask from ( Jrflt.l1J llrllllc/) Arrive, Julknn\.llc...........................12:1m1r.: ) ,
otherwise ruling over
I Boston, Philadelphia Baltimore, Chicago, them. On or the following cease morning, therefore The years, like leaves upon a restless stream OOINU KOVTIl. Arrive Fcrnundlnu.................... 3In: ) r. >t. I

San Francisco: and other cities of the Re as soon as he was Uhl Majesty invitedseveral Were 1I\\'pt\\\'a>', Leaei'itldai Junction} ................ 0.00A.M. 1,1"1 Jc.rlnlllnn......................10..TO A.- M.Ixave .
public. The growth wealth has been prodigious of his most influential subiccts!! to And in the king's 1 dark hair began to gleam Leave I Hawthorne( 7.40A.M. Inllwln......................... l.l: ) r: .. .,

in this country within this genera- discuss the question with him, and stated Bright threads of gray. Arrive Lochloosu. 8.10 A. M. Arrive llvlll' .................... :.3\r. M.Passengers ,
tion. Some of the accumulations in
"t the land have been largest made within forty or his! own case with refreshing frankness. "I Men, passing' by, looked upward, to the bell, 001 NU .NORTH. for Fernandinn nod C.tlar Krr

fifty Half u century only one have,' observed: the King "saved a little And smiling, said : Leave Ixichloosa.........................10.00 A. M. take this train. No train from lUddwin tt,
man in years.the metropolis was worth ago$1,000,000, money in your service ; I have an annuityas Delay not of the happy) time" to t<'llTin I
and leis name was John Jacob Astbr.: Now widower of British Princess: and I I havea we are dead. Arrive Waldo Junction' ...............P2.15 P. M. Baldwin with An II. ,%
life interest in a called Claremont, Trains from ',"II It I" to Lovhloosaand return Cedar liahle> villf
I hundreds of ( fellow-citizens can go beyond place But they old, and died. And silent I. T. I. I flr Key .
1 those figures and they feel rather which is really n nice house in England still l grew Tuesday: ; Thursday and Saturday.CONNECTIONS. and I-\'rlnlllina. and ntIolnt"\ North and
I than otherwise. When Stephen: Oirard\lied within a pleasant) ride of the metropolis of The great bell hung. Wwt ; at UikeCity for allc' f, AlUny.

in 1831, he was considered by all odds the London. If you wish to get rid of me I am .\t last the king, bowed down with fell ATLANTA. Savannah, and nil points North mural \"nt : rat
richest\ man on this cOl1tinel1t..nobutl: approached ready to go, and all I ask of you is that we age, Jacksonville with St. Johl" River Ih'.un.C'r. .
amicable terms. It''ou 111 Closeconnection\ is made at Atlanta Ca.! ,
; to him may separate upon J. H. Mcl'.LROY.W. ( : : .
: or began approach monetarily
; His .
j do not desire immediate departure, I cares! alllclII to and from all points North, Ea.t't. IIJIllurth'I."t
-and yet iiia property was not valuedat my from further At dusk, one day, with daxcd brain, from M. DAVIIIM>X, limiterTrungin.(
1 more than $0,000,000. Men who do not must you protect, mo daily. Supcrlmtendent.JACKSONVILLE.
mllestation. his room _
, themselves old I object to have my rest AT MVt'OX, 11.\.,
regard as very can easily remember LIP
: when $100,000 was thought to be a disturbed, especially at bed time Van de rotting tow cr-stcps creptUp ,! in the dust: anti With Trains 1 for Eufaulu: : Columbus, Sa., PKNS.\n: (LA AND
,. fortune, even in our largest cities: and when Weyer and Nothomb, who were then among gloom Montgomery( Mobileand New Orleans.AT \ ; RAILROAD.)

$10,000, in the small towns was deemed an the chief men in Belgium, undertook further to While watchers slept. : :\.\MiI.\\:" FI.A., MASTKR: .\ .14,1IT.tT1"i's: O'ICT. t '
I/ independence., At present $100,000 is hardly guarantee the King's slumbers from TALLAHAK FL. 3 Is'.t,1 r
disturbance, and all l ended with serene and With New York and 1'I'rIUllltlllllttllUI. .
l reckoned sufficient to make a man comfortable mutual content.ASIXTARIAX Above the city broke the hell's great voice, ship Line from New York on Wednesday, at On and after )Monday, Febnury 2. 1. t
and 41O.000 would not be deserving of :
Silent so long."Behold .10.1): a. m., and for New York on Friday, at pas'scngcr trains. of this road will run u- follows .
mention, unless in a rural village of New the king's most happy day Rc-
: TIu.ER'i.-\IIIl\t 800 years : m.; from Nassau, N. P.. on 'Vl'lhl'H. viz.:
England, where general jKiverty lends: amagnifying ago: an ecclesiastical named Bruno, who filled juice I { .01.: ; for Nassau: N. P., on Wednesday.With PASSHN(mm I Tit AI N-EAST
to eve that contemplates told. the throll .
power any the of Canon of Ilheims, mi tiered so and Inrsl.IA'ne
any kind of coin.. Within the next post Filled with *t \\' ', the long night passel: Fl"rlIllall 11'11. ( .lltaIIHI.hl.l..clnll) ut... :> ,
fifty i it is likely that private fortunes much from the persecution) of Ids Archbishop range boat ('o. frlll\11111h Oi Tuesday, '\ Leave juincy.................. ..... : 22 r. ,
years .
will he increased beyond what they have that he determined to leave the religious : away.At morn men wild,l day, Frl.lar 111 Sunday ; fur Savannah on i.eitve'1allalmsimsce............? ....M. n J ,' r. M.
world and retire into solitude He found<< iilonely 1 Friday and
the the In lire):! Tuesday, utll.: leave )( .. .,. .. 7 M p. n.
been in same period past. .\t last the king hits found( hi.s happy '- oltic'l.lo .. ? .1
habitation on mountain near (urea i } With Charleston St. Jolm'i and
ll'II( ( Leave li ........... .... 5"
and 1940! it is: probable enough that we shall The king I :dead t I 1" ( r. M.
ohlc and :here he built an with seven I fit from Savannah and Ciutrleston1Vednesday
hear of plain American citizens who are oratory i/ I'm'/t) Ix-ave )(lclln.............. ..... 'I lr. M.leave .
j..i'f' worth from :$100,000,000:: to $150,000,000) / and (cells and, being joined] by :some men like Rhm /:. Ia7f'urrr. anti, Sunday; fur Savannah mil Live Oak................ ..... |.t 1. n.
,f ; 't who will bo grumbling; that they have nomore. minded, devoted himself to the cultivationof lharh'1'tmi Monday( and\ Friday. ArriveSavatinah............. ...... !1Itrm i.\. x,
.-Af. 1*. Time silence and agriculture. The brotherhood '\'mnw.\I'lIt\lII.\IIUtI.-A: missionary. stationed Hh'III.'r 11dal1' to and from St.Mary's Arrivo'1'lonumsviIhe........... ..... n :. A. K
4 i.I throve ; piousleromswerelibernlwitttimeircharity at one of the! South Sea: Islands: : determined ( : (!tn., and to and from Arr'vo Albany........ ...... .....M21 .t. M.Airivo .
SIBERIAN Pnsox LIFE.-ll11uhore1inatlon. I and the culture of the neighboring to give his residence a coat of St. Mary's River landings.AT Ijikei'ity............ ..... SJtt A. M.
': was told is not of frequent occurrence in Siberian woods: yielded an extraordinary and f:iuouspruduet. whitewash To obtain this in the absenceof .
II.IIt'I. \ Arrh.Juhlwll................ ... 1 A. M.
prison, but if it does occur, the mildest Bruno became the t founder of the lime, coral was reduced to .powder. by With Trains for Live Oak) : 6 .......... ...... 7.:A. M
form of punishment is solitaiy confinement l'lIrthll lan -an order who have left their burning. The natives watched 1 the process all l points in Middle. and \ {''lllhl-l'l'.ltll. Arrive .l'rlalllln.......... ....... .1 lam r. M.
and next the partial deprivation of mark in almost every country as our own of burning with interest! \believing that the! "Iorltll' Arrive ( ...... .... ....... AMI p.ji.
.; food and minor comforts as in England. Charterhouse (a corruption of Chartreux) coral was being cookef for them to cat. AT I.K'IIIAN54t, FLA., Arrive (iulu'vllt') .......... ...... U :, r. ..
_Again the man may be put in irons, those and the frequent certusas in Italy amply tes Next morning they beheld the missionary'scottage With h'jlll'r1(1 for all )ixiint.s mudlamu(1ingm
+"% for his from live to nine tify. Indeed, before his death he had founded PASSENIllt'rit.tix-: BOUND.Ixave : .
legs weighing glittering III the rising: MIII white as! 0. on Orange akc j on arrival of Peninsular .
... 5
i .
pounds: English. !Some: of the old fettersweigh u Mmilar monastery in Calabria though saute They danced.I. they sang, they Railroad Train.ATOAINDtVtLLK. Jaleksonville..daily at : p. u.Fernandina
...... .
up to fourteen pounds: for extreme the institution at re-noble then took, and screamed with joy The whole 1.11111I1'Ui': l..nve .
p cases, but the new ones weigh only live ]has retained the title of the in l'lHlllUotinn.'hitl''IL'Ih became thurage. FLA., ....."'M ...... .liar:1.M.Leave .
L pounds Those for the hands: are heavier irande Chartreuse. In our own time it is the cixiucttc' who ennlalen3lance With Stage; Line t for Ocala and Tampa on Color Key ...... ".. ...... 4 .mi A.. u.Lcane .
and more clumsy: than British handcuffs known! one of the few host dries still extant : Happy her charms was iluuli of the white Monday( Wednesday and Saturday ; from Baldwin ............... ...... 7 /" r. M,
by a Ocala and Tuesday, and Sun Lease Lake (' .... .... ...... r.
t and weigh two pounds English. Corporal where the visitor: need not pay for bedor brush. Contentions arose. One party urged< punishment, by Russian law, may be inflicted bed and also for the famous liqueur sold their superior rank another obtained tay. 1,1t.U'llIlnh ............ ...... -:si r. M
on no free man; for the first offence. all over the world and manufactured solelyby of the brush;, and valiantly held)possession it AT nI: KKY, Fl.l., IA'nVl &....... ....... ..... 2 1.% A. X.Madisoi .

Convicts, however after repeated) trans: bgrew-! these silent! monks. The receipt I is concealed against till comers ; a third tried to upset With Steamship CO.'H Line for IA'I"l! .............. .0...... .1A1 .A. it.Ix'uvcOreenvillf .
bions, are subjected-thereto,the mildest form under the altar of the fhajx-l) and the tub to obtain sonic! of the prerioiis cosmetic. Tampa 111'1 'C' iaomthlyaual'rhnrulayy ........... ...... I MI A. a.
being that of n homely birch rod. Finding each suecesive prior solemnly admitted to To quiet the hubbub more whitewash at 4- p. m., and fur Key Welt Sunday and 0 Ix,>ave Montlcellu ........ ....". ., A. M.
that there was to be n birching administered the st\t'tl'tI"lI.'cret. It is said that time institution was made, u\tllill u week nut u hut a Thursday: lt < j II. Arrive 'rmilluiaMNt' ....... ...... 7.*> .A. M.
in a town where I was staying I deemed it which has lastelsincetime X.llrlllllnl'lIJl- domestic utensil, war-club With the fatted Stated and Havana Fast. Ix-aveTallalm) ."e............ .._. M :A. .A. ii.
a or u garment
right, since the visitation of prisons was nmyspecialty quot: of England, is at last about to I he broken but was u.s white as snow ; ,not an inhabitant \ Mail Steamer ,;, for l Key West, l Havana, Ix-uve (jnlncy............ ,.,. ."' ......11 11.. M.
to shirk of witnessing nod that time brotherhood have Cuba on arrival Sjn-ciul: Tuesday 'Arrive ChattahiMH>....... "...ll .>' A. M.I'ONNKCTIONS. .
no opportunity' up but had a skin )painted with grotesque ,! 'rulll.c\'rv .
with my eyes what I was called upon to threatened to remove their monastery and figures ; not a pig that was not\ whitened! nlh'rloll, at '.::0! p. m. 1'rll IIIVIIIIIII : .
believe with my cars ; so I went to see it. their manufactory to this e"tintry. 1 ranee and even mothers might he seen in every direction Cuba and Key West every Saturday Sjn-: At Live Oak daily with thr SMVamuih! ,
The culprit' was"a released convict of horrible i is, of(course anxious to he rid of the various catering joyously, und )'c'lIIl1lwith ciul train to connei t. "'llrhl.Rit W'I'MI. Railway tn and fn..

countenance, who had served his term fraternities "hut the Fuhrujueof the Jr.ullie delight} at the superior) hcuutyof their whitewashed With Steamer r.ittcrtir. for points, !fin theSitwunnce Savannah, Ultl ni lrtu'n., IJiftrni aiflWestern

of imprisonment, was taken into u mer- Chartreuse" hanperuhiarcupnmeniltl attractions babies.(.'/(,,,./,ere' Journal. River on 'fll\laYlut I a. m. I'ithn.At .
chant's establishment: and had rewarded his which the government U now seeking For IlIfJrtutiul rout.", rates IjikeIty dally with time H<>ri.UTrtntral
employer] by robbing him, for which the to retain. The country cannot afford to etc, Itullroad t'l nod from JarLm mlita, 61.
man hail been summarily condemned to ]lose: u successful: sectarian distillery! ,-bunion ALWAYS BCHV.-The secret of success in .\. O. MttIONFi.h: I AUjutlll. Pulatka, .: mud I*..I
sixty stripes He was laid on the floor with .V M. lifo is to be always busy for the more a man ( erm'I'rickct] and PUSH. Agent. Oi St. John Inr.ntff.r.

his: back lUl'O\'eretll with two Cossacks: to accomplish, the more he may. An active\ I) MAXWELL; /., (il'I'l Snpt. 21 AtBuldulndaily( .(. AthtmV Unit
hold his: head and his feet respectively. Two WHY Boys SIIOCLII Nor t'oOlo''VllellJO's tool never grows rusty.You will always __ __ __ _' __ u 0 und Nest India 'r.m.11 I lUllway. to und fiwmFfniaiidina
other Cossacks then inflicted sucresMvely are advised on the grounds of health find those men who are most forward to do (: ( lar sad
: stripes TIII: ri.oitiit.t K.
to the New York Tnne
not smoke says good, or to improve tho times and !
on the lower part of his back while a with IIl'Ulll'rl 'tUIII Kry \. and
laugh at the ad vice and call its givl'rold
third counted aloud] the number administered. they always bUlY.'llIIltarb! our railroads, ourstcamliout ( .
The man wriggled and roared und fogies. But careful experiments lately made *, our m.imifuctorics and machine I IMPROVEMENT: COMPANY At Chuttah'MN-lufthm* thiun with r
the skin became very rt'I.I. but I saw no blood. by a physician) of repute prove that the practice shops ? Men of industry and enterprise.Ana } rpOWN the 1'fople'n Line all IVntrul 'n'kt. u t.
The operation was soon over and the prisoner Is very injurious. He took for his purlwe as long us they live they work doing and from Colunibu. EufauU.: Ionlain'LApdluchicola
thirty-eight Ixiys!, who wcrein the habit something to benefit themselves and others. -
was allowed to adjust his trousers and all other River Lullp.i ] .
of smoking, and examined them closely. Intw'ntr..e'Cu It is: so with who is ln-ncvoleiit *
just a man
to restore to himlelllmi personal comforts, -t Elegant: Shaping all .1.!
of them he found lmrtful I'criiiiiullutit
though there was room for doubt whether the more he gives, the more he fells like ,\ oCJlrllfr and Lucut l'h'll. run tlaily I.
for the next few days he would succeed In .'tfl'Ctlplainly to be seen, twenty-two having: giving. I plead for activity for our young Ton MM OH It. It. Line, tween TullahosH-e und Jat-kiuiiiville.
various disorders of the circulation and digestion
folks] -in body in mind), in everything. I-et
finding a comfortable seat. They do not /ZfrOukk time, .ure tunnN-tioii. i"rftufety. .,
of the heart and
use the treadmill in Siberia nor the "cat-o'- palpitatiou moreor the gold nut grow dim nor the thoughts And (' Key. EIMiAIt: VIJCT.
nine tails," and the "knout" has long been less craving for strong drink. Twelve of become stale, or the muscle stiff, from want ..ur 2u-tf Mu.trrTranslwmnatiaua|
the boys frequently troubled with _
abolished but at three places, and at three were of use. Keep all things in motion. We
only, I was; informed they had a formidable bleeding at the nose, ten hail disturbed Bleep] should rather that death should find as N<)TIC'i: : OF .X'OIU.On.T.OCj %
instrument called the "troichatka" or"plait" and twelve had blight ulceration of the mucous Dealing a mountain than sinking in the mire THE "EHX.SISU JACK

ending in three lashes which U: re membrane after discontinuation or the mouth of, which tobacco disapiearetl fur- -meeting u whirlwind than sneaking from om.1 to 'b' und I'urdI1.len a large : H.\LlO.\U lJ'\ .\'.

served for grave and repeated ottences of a cloud. number of the must eligible and denirable ACT TIY
ten or twelve The physician treated BY
convicts-for it should be remembered that days. Lnrisluturo of the State of .'Ioriala. .
though a man commit half dozen murdershe them avail all for weakness and nervousness, with {l'. K. Iltl'KMGHT, LoU. suitable for Ihlllt PurixiseH, or for titled l "An act to I'rvi. a general law fur
until hod
no they smoking
is never as a rule,. hanged.-(.\/,,, ,p when health and strength were speedily re AOEXT City or Jtleltl'
London 7 and Febniary 19. 1 74. \t
1M. stored. Even that a'lllvl] ufl.
if it be granted smoking
o WHOLESALE: AND BRAIL gln'l. re'iuireil by a a
THE Buy EUI'HAJiT.-We remember the is not injurious to adults, there it no doubtof UPON EASY TERMH. comiany hereby formed under lid the

first elephant we ever saw. Though we its hannfulness to youth. Dr. Rankin, BUTCHER: AND STOCK DEALER; of the F I.n AXO JACKKOVVILUE iiaiiM Idler

'" were but a boy of seven! yean the day that Dr. Richardson and other, who have made AXDDenier Liberal Discounts on Values] alowec.1 to (oMFAXY EU4J1.U(4, 11 (imi-ktitl with aU for
we saw this great animal id fresh in the special study of the subject all agree in declaring iii lee. rights ItUI. iiowem, privihv. and fmirhiMs
memory! and like the<< same event in the that it cause in them Impairment in parties engaged in manufacturing or industrial cijn ferret I nj>'on tx>m]>uiiie under
early life of thousands of children it will growth, and premature virility and physicaldegradation. TENNESSEE BEEF SPECIALTY cnterprii, who will erect on the mid act for the of'Innt
never grow dim. There is something aboutan One of Its wont effect: u the BBOOM STun WIIABF, Irol"er and l.url-Tatiii .unini.lantalnllV. /
elephant that is impressive, and when provocation of an appetite for liquor\ in both purchased nubtttantial JUlroveuu.'nufor the oi. i of a andpro
19-tf FEUNANDINA. FLA. conveyance
you add to that the fact that a man sat on young and bid. When boy drink to excess : :
the elephant's tusks and put hU head right they are invariably smokers. Men who residence, or in which t conduct their The erty, line of told will

into its mouth the sight becomes BO terribly want to give up drinking usually]] have to JAHEM JfcUIFFI.V, businens. i about man mile In nUr wiU Lrroiutructcd .

new that one dues not forget it. But ail give up smoking -at the sane time, fur a IK' a point
were smallif cigar or pipe excites a desire for liquor AND BUILDER, I JUCST TO }ASUJ'A'UlER .tWKO on thet1autn.
great big strong elephants once very CONTRACTOR Gulf and Wt.t. India
t elephants can be said to be small-and hard to control. by exU1.t0I for a term of years from Nauu, county, the Trn.i. 1t1,1. i "
have their days of helpless Infancy. Such a - Alachua Street, between Second and Third, or about the dt ant( Jacksonville and..UI
little baby'elephant ha recently been bornin .\ DroczYE oman, hailing perhaps rather taxation, offered by the several cities and i
Philadelphia, and it Li the tint one that is: too suggestively, from Greenville, Ohio, got FERNANDINA FLA, towns. Apply t and Duval, parts. ,N. HAR1UMAN,
known to have been .born in the United married the other day to a circus' man, dur H. E. )
States. This is not the native home of the ing the 1er )rmance. The wedding-ring was Orders and estimates from a distance carefully jUrOf&ce cor. Beach & 7th eta, Fernandina. L\ UXWELL\"I:.:

elephant, and when brought here it is only Raw-dust. attended to. 25-tf 16t Fer cwulG.a. J'w.WItKLU.J. U. \


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LOCAL llEPLE01.'IONS. % Anrroir E8'a I'l'. COItIiFSI'ON'I)1'NCE.: The, store of A. Malge was entered l last :\1'Loau'.t' INVENTION.; :-Several years ag-i" r!1
I Dr. Zc Butt invented

------.-. ,- -- .. _. --...--.--. Some of the employes at Heed's: mill, Old Callahan. night by, bnrglars and robbed}, 1 of OUT $!!Jm<) ill our and fellow vatented-townsmam what was, known ns the "Gopher ; ;!,
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Town, narrowly escaped 1 death by lightning, cash Mr. Maigc's[ daughter was married in Florida Farm Cart." Time' was! quiteu '
1.JO A ].J < And \ or !
.tn IOO FOll MOXT1K. the rain descended and the winds
; 4 during the thunder storm Wednesday after the evening; and while the clerks were at novelty in the way of carts. Still:' it was a a

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came and drove the heat
--- -- >- away oppressive and for all farming
noon. While one of the hands was leaninga the wedding the robbery took place. Nocluc dumping cart; purposesgreatly -
To Correspmtdenta.Corrrrpxnllcnts and now everything looks fresh and lively superior to the common cart ; it was ,3
cant-hook against a tall J post a holt of to the robbers. CTEY. and all who hau-
: and arsons hiring Imtinrts; The Gainesville nominations seem to give; u labe.r-saving machine,

with this; paper will plinie direct to FLORID lightning descended the post t, demolishing) general ali fuf.'tion. Politics In our June 17. _______________ ever used them speak of them In the highest \
!! slept
MIRROR, "i'rnftidinal'n. it in its l.rogrel1411eupl'1l} upon the handle of t terms of recommendation, and at every fair I
tllnHlllCHH midst 'before, the contentious 8ECOXD JHSTH1CT C'O.VI'/JAT/OA: have
now everybody where they have been exhibited, they '
the cant-hook, tearing!: a piece outt of its entire
OJJice. I is catching enthusiasm and talk and The convention assembled shortly after taken a premium. The doctor u few days] }
length ;pitched the colored man, Solo the adjournment of the State Ctmu-ntion' received another patent for a laborsaving I,
act like determined\ to win. ago
\\'e\\ have ertalilinhed people '
/ Jlusincis the
a Office mon, clear over saw-carriage: which was and was called to order bv II. F. York, one wagon, which is quite a novelty in the f
lost office, under tlif ctviri/e nf Mr. H. p, Wotnl, I If Bayard !!ho\lt.ll.e. nominated next week,
parsing at the time, and landed, him against: of the committee. The call was rl'1I11111111 til'COI1'lIliol1 way of a wagon. It lias all the advantagesof !
Jr., who will receive unlttrrijitioia, advert isemelts whnt glorious) campaign we would have tenqioriirily organized bv calling 'his labor-saving cart. The body hangs
water-tank ten feet distant. :Solomon
and other a remained
favort for tilt MIRROR rood who always
this year, General Finley to the chair, and Mr. W. A. low so as to be easily loaded. Sill it is u tipping

ha the paper. on a1l'. unconscious for a minute or two, Callahan is for Grunt fellow. Hours to the !secretary's' desk, and appointing \ or dumping wagon. It can be hung I
-- -- -- --- tut proved. to be more frightened than hurt sorry poor C. A. Sheldon assistant., There being no on springs or otherwise, and is adapted to all '

Hero York Vegetable Market. The engineer, just below, was kitorked down Our compassion i is HO great that if he should contest anywhere, no committee on crcden- and every kind of fllrm-work1 from the hauling h.

Reported by Messrs. Acre it Tnylor,101 happen this way again, we would give him dentials was appointed.The of rocks to the hauling ot hay. It I is far
and stunned for little while. Others about
]Park Place, New York, nun mission merchants a something to I'atl\l\ll a free ticket to the miext temporary\ organization was made more convenient and easy! to load: and unload
the mill felt the shock more or less sensibly, )permanent: ny retaining the same ollicers. than the common wagon, and for loading ) .r
for Florida dance.
produce. but fortunately no one was seriously! hurt. : The same rules! were adopted as by the State hauling, and spreading manure, it has
NEW YORK, June 18, 1880. Over a section of land near Callahan has Convention no equal. It I is emphatically u laborsaving "

Florida Cucumbers, $1.25 to $1.75 per crate. ----- recently! been sold to a Chicago land] agent, Colonel C. P. Cooper, in an eloquent manner wagon. :Simple; its coustructionstromig, I

Florida Potatoes $2.75: to $3.50: per barrel. TilE competitive prize drill of the }Fernandina I. who" promises to send out n colony next fall announced that he was authorized not durable, not liable to get out of order, and

Florida Tomatoes,$1.;,') to $:l.25 per bushel; Light Infantry came tiff as advised to }permit the name of ][on. N. A. Hull, to convenient for all hauling }purposes, it has i
dull. afternoon and witnessed to settle on it. Peihaps' this is the beginning l 1s presented for nomination, and took ocra- only to be seen to be appreciated, and the

Green 'folllltol''I'nnt'I1.!' Tuesday was by of a boom for Nassau county. We have sine to pay a glowing tribute to that gentleman only wonder will be why such a simple, and

Melons dull-.TO to 40 rent for prime. quite tt crowd of interested spectators. The long felt assured. that if immigrants would for the many \'uluabll''cT\'ice renderedto useful contrivance was not put into operation

_.. .-.-.---- turnout of the company was rather small ; examine our lands when they first tjic State of Florida. He also introduced years ago. These wagons when once

gi MK. K. P. NOYES returned yesterday morn but the members present (some twenty in : come the following resolution which was unanimously put upon the market must become popular,
into the State they would( sec the wisdom believe the of the day. '
ing with his bride. adopted : for we they are wagon
all under the command of C. W.
1 - .- ) Captain stopping! just here and purchase ]homes.Mr. KftiHeed, That we recognize in Hon. N. A. Ocala Banner. .

i FIVE carloads of watermelons came in last Yulee acquitted th'mCrlvt'H'l'ry creditably. J. N. Moore[ with a part of his family, Hull faithful }public> servant, who on his
Stark retained the retirement from his official deserves .
Corporal prize plume position yoltce.
previously rost-Office
evening, bound for New York. Los gone to the White Spring to spend the our thanks for the able and efficient
a --_._-- won us! the best drilled noncommissioned -From 8.00: A. M. to 7:00) r. M. 'J
summer. manner with which he has his
Money '
By referring to our tide table bcacli visitors! officer But Private Ferrara wits Mr. P. Kelly went to Savannah: a few days duties as" our repnisentatire in Congress and Orders and Registered Letters from "'q
8.00 to 1:001' and from 2.00 1", M. ;;;
\vlllleliTn the times of high and low water. forced by the fortunes competition, to that we further return our heartfelt thanks M. M ; :
ago. We understand his business! there is to tell:10: :: iM Sundays fr om 10.30: to 11::it .\. .::
surrender to Private Kdworels the medal gallantly to hilI1i.'itlllgllj.hl'lll'fl..lcCl'4 lJr, the Hon. J.
; bid for a contract to grade a section of the J. Fllllefor his 't services in behalf of M. and 3:30:: to 4:30: P. M. .
.SDRPH.ISK PIRTIES still jtopulur. One at pa
] borne off him at the ,'
I'rl'IHngprize 4
I by '\'8)'CrO.'lIl.Jarboll'iIlc Ilailroad. our beloved; State and .district. ARRIVAL AND DEP\RTfRK: OF TilE MULP.Xorthern .
)Ir. Ltnvlllc's Monday night. Where next?
_. .. drill for being the best drilled private An amendment that the resolution include Mail-Arrives daily at 10:30.'t.: ,1
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also thcrfiame of Hon. It. II. M. Davidson .
Tallahassee.The Closes 3:00: r. M.
MOONLIGHT VISITORS to the l bench descant
prevailed. Smithirn Mail-Arrives 3:30: p. 's.closes .
eloquently about the "balmy] breath of Old rail and Winter Market Gardening.There defeat of (Grant the slaughter of Nominations for Congress! being in order, !:1 10:00: A. M. .

Blaine, at Chicago, and the nomination' of the of lion C. Drew
Ocean Is no good reason why the truck names! of lineal ; Col.J. St. Mary's and Trader' Hill Mail-
-- Oarficld, has put a damper on the ardor of II. Helper, of Alachua; lion Chius.! )Dough Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: p. M. I

HON. }'. P. tits ror passed through town farmers of Florida should not engage extensively the t'olomllKJliticiuns in this C'oUllt .. They erty, of Volusia, and Gen. Bullock, of Marion Closes! Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. M.

un Tuesday, on his way to the Cincinnati( in producing winter vegetables for don't were presented by various gentlemen. ,*:>Y. Mary's, Ga., onlu-
I Convention. Northern and Western markets seem to understand why Grunt was First Jldlliit.-Drew, 42; Hoper 20! ; Dough Arrives Mondays ami Thursdays at 8:00: A. M.

not nominated. It ha.s put a quietus to colored erty, I*; Russell, 5 ; Bullock, :34. Whole Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: r. M.
Very little has been done so far in this
MRH. CAROLINK LIVINGSTON, willow of the political discussions! on our streets. number, 117-necessary to a choice, 78.: Weeln'sdaysand!Sat'elays at 9:00: A. M.
i line. Not for lack of energyour people There were various slight changes to the Closes
up Wednesdays
late Judge Felix Livingston died of con- They arc waiting for some lie-publican. missionary Tuesdays, ,
have a good stock of that ; but mainly on twenty-fifth ballot, when the convention Fridays! and Saturdays at 2:30: p. M.
Mimption on the 14th inst. to come along and tell them who took u recess till 8 p. in. H.' IL. T. RIDDELI, P. M.
account of undue stress laid the difllcnlties -
I n.h ___ upon that man Oarlield is. On reassembling! Mr.( C. M. Cooper' of St. -- .

MR FINN purchased the French place supposed to attend winter garden The nomination of Bloxham for Governor John's, expressed. the belief that he could Lost
ing. One here and there has timidly ventured solve the! elifficulty and strike the kl'lioteof
fronting on Tenth and Alachua streets running made our citizens shouting happy.' He was the convention by introducing the School Warrant Ne. 1G3: I issued to W. T.
back west to Ninth.MEHSRH. on an acre or two ; and in every ascertained name Dumas 2; 18HO for $30 has been
( serenaded by the brass) band at tin Statehouse nfien.J.J.I'inley. As soon( us the familiar February ,
-- .--------- I instance, where proper' attention I lost. All are warned against huyn -
sound reached persons
on the night after the reception' of the the ears of the delegates: aprrfcrt
MODE BROTHERS have removed to was bestowed, the result has been highly encouraging storm of ('lIlhu"in"lIWILS excited the or trading for the same.
: news and our citizens both ladies and .
I lie elegant brick store of Mr. Downey, corner gentlemen whole convention standing on their scats,
turned out to congratulate him Wanted at Once: I
over waving their hats! and indulging in successive
of Centre and Third streets.
Compared with spring gardening the net
his nomination. ('01. Brevard was selected rounds of applause.: General Finley c' :30 barrels. Florida: 'ru 1'.

i THURSDAY morning opened showery with returns, under judicious management, are to make the congratulatory speech' which and \"uilllUlll'lIIl'tcll with his gavel to; enforce 300' bushels Seed Potatoes.
largely in its favor. 'I'lIil11l due to several order. It w several nunnents before A. B. NOYKS,
u stiff northeaster blowing. Weather Indication he done in a few beautiful and l well-timed he c'ouloll'l' heard He then in an earnest - ..-- .-.-
causes. Open-air' cultivation of winter
1. point to the rainy reason.: vegetables remarks, giving n brief review of the political and impassioned' manner, implored' the conventioti Brick,

---.-- -- -- is restricted to a comporutiu-ly\ small ) !services of )rr. Bloxham III this !State' not to compel' 1 him to aercpt!' the lame,

I TICK roof of Judge ]Howell'( kitchen caught urea, commanding\ in consequence" higher and! the (number of campaigns' he had engaged II''l'Ilrilig, that he desire"1 to remain Cement, 11 aster.

t'l' lire on Tuesday last, but was extinguished prices. The' crop is liable to fewer casualties : in behalf of the Democracy. The reply in had retirement: induced, and him i never that. his )last; to expcricticc Hair,
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without much done. I in production, and is, therefore, surer and again apjicar AT SsnoRx HOYT'H.
'I t) damage being ; of )Ir. Hloxhnm was really eloquent. before the people as an aspirant for politieal A
} TRF.t.: the products' themselves less likely to injury lie paid a brilliant tribute to Florida, said honors. .'t4 a personal' : favor ho)begged: ----- -
SIIAIOE many places! need trim. from rough handling amid delaysin! transpor that his name might; he \\ itbdraw il, and declared For Kent.Tw'efirstclassdwollinghcm.

i i'' \, ming. Depending brunches Interfere with tation. he wanted to see it prosperous, our railroad: Unit his best' t l'I'rl'ic'wouljll.e; given I
I omfortuble, locomotion on several side facilities extended to every part of the :State: to the 1Ic'lutlc'ralil'l'arl\' in the approachingcampahn. repair in good neighborhood; especially!
and I
Taking cabbages! ) celeryas ; the rivers and harbors improved( and opened His( mule 'ul his urgent request' .dc-sirablc: as summer residences.!' Stable:
walks. the standard vegetables for fall ami win the was reluctantly withdrawn, and the work would be provided if Tl"luifl'tl.l'l'ly to
up to commerce of the world. He wanted
( ; : ter in State to l'olllll..IIl'I'lllIIll'W.. FLOJw.'fowN IMPROVEMENT ('O PIXY,
Tin magnetism of the Mirror has drawn gardening our we propose
the intelligent and inustriom I immigrantfrom On reassembling ('01. Fleming, of Duval) Opposite! Kgmont: 11(Jtd.
1 Mr.( 'lluruside from his former moorings. Jle]( give in these enluntn4such practical hints .
the old! wol"l,11I1\I1 from tllIIIIIIw-dacl i in a few timely remarks, corrected u rumor -- -- --- j;

now occupies the residence- door north respecting: their cultivation as will, if profited hills of the North to come* lucre and settle. that olitaine-d' some credit, to t the e'lVect., Just llecelved :
\ of the .WmvofHce.! by, enable even the inexperienced' to that his delegation wiis 'ngag'd; 1 in lilli' lI'I- ,
At the conclusion of his speech the latlic'lIpfl'llc'lItr,1 :LIKI barrels Flour.
j tering, and stated most +iti\'civ that Duval
attain, enable success.Fir po ,n,
( sacks
.rea.u m) yarn t
p him with beautiful 'f
: a bouquet of was holding no "dark horse' in .
A THUNDER WORM Wednesday I afternoon\ 1 the choicest (lowers.' This called forth' another Dougherty was! withdrawn the tw entveighth ,.
I1 cooled oir the atmosphere greatly to the Tl'lillhlc01'1'11 is, as every one! knows!, of the ),ballot and the- nice narroweddown his' ) barrels! K. II, )111
I short and eloquent spcevh from Mr.( ,V) Bacon.
Ir) a comfort of man and beast and the refresh- lost importance' and can be, accomplished' I between Drew,. Hiillotk and Roper. 300 bale ;"
Bloxham.Several Hay.COO
L Inert of nature generally. only by dealing directly with seedsmen of 'The votes fluctuated l 1 between these candidates sacks. Oats. A. B. NumlEs.Mow .
\ :: Northern men, resident: here up to the Alrt -seveltit 1 ballot, when .
": THE Wjl"tfT; ;. ;as rcachetl: ]her wharf tried experience mid honesty.Tlie who have hitherto acted with the Republicans ) the name of :St.: <(< 'Illir Abrams) wit introduced M-- -
f varieties of cabbage are numerous, \, Mr.' Abrams, up to this time, had to Invest a IJolt..
about 2 a. in. Wednesday, and ]left the same were in the aUtHl'lIl.t'.IoC'C'IIIClllllul'l,
and the number is multiplied I by changes in Persistently: declined the use of his name We will send the Savannah Weekly A"'x,
t day for Jacksonville! Up to this writing, 0 elated, over the nomination and cheered for and only allowed it at this juncture through "!he bli/ya awl THE ISE.ST" newspaper .the
of the HIII'arh'l suit
E I p. in., IMli she has not returned.\ name I< ) to the fancy Bloxham. My( impression is that he will the opinion\ of his friends that it might break :South \\,1,"rilll'll. ful of live news, good

r of different seedsmen.The get the vote eif nearly every Northern man the I c'a'l-ioc'k, and I'l'rhal'Il'a"" to othernominations. stories: reports, agricultural

) DK. STAHUITK and Captain I R. If.( Wyllycaught following list is bclieu'd t to 1 include in this, county. Conover has made himself I Iilllallle(I was withdrawn em rut'nn.", and leterytnunel.ttu makcitw/.rthy'
those best to the fifty-sixth ballot. On the lilty-scxcnth of its well-known reputation, to any address,
a shark In Bells llivcr Wednesday climateThey arc
exceedingly unpopular with this class e>four ballot, Hon.( C. Drew ree-cived' scventysixvotes till January. 1M1, ]Nastpu'd] for one dollar.
y last measuring: live feet in length and another sure and firm headers, and remain a longtime citizens It is charged 1 that he has never lacking only twu of a nomination. Address J. II. IITII", 1':1\lnlh. (Ja.IJsolutol. .
,: ; the stalk without' (':Url it 12 hot and sultry and
on Friday evening nearly as ]large. on rotting : ) done\ anything to white immigration was now p) tit., ,
.. the convention wearied, but
Winningstadt FarlyJersey: Wakelleld! !
to this p portion of the State, and paid' no nil' .
continued to vote doun nwtionll for udiuurnmeiit. -
the week
THE first of pronounced
part Flat Dutch Fottler's ]Improved' Brunswick
to the white here- On the(kith ballot Gen. Bullock HIIM.K
respect Republicans TIIUL ; FI.V., June 4,1MU I,
, I ly hot : thermometer I'l'giol: <'rillg > > in the Premium Flat Dutch, I dandy iiant Bleich- While in the Tinted :States Senate the documents liej'v'ed to lie allowed to withdraw Misname, The tirm of Cook A: Proctor, heretofore.

\ "hade. A sensible sI| ciiiien of Milton's( "!
l .stitial summer's heat. Cle.ui streets, and The fllch litrld' is of Herman origin, were amonjj-t; negroes Vote for liinr. Alachua "several" times cast Kid: l'. Florida, is this day dissolved by 111..0\.0

lean bins of health prevail. No stagnant Northern men got none, or at least a in:ijority of her vote for Bloxham instead teal consent, and all debts of the said tine
f ; and of recent introduction. 1
1 Experiments" but very few. In the selection of men to of Mullock. On the seventieth ballot the will be paid nceonnts by Mr.Ilob't. ( .

, I pools nor garbage! heaps" to gl'lIl'nltlIullu.. mode last season by the writer were quite till the various Federal otliccs he forgot! his vote "'tIHklllrc\\', sixty-nine. ; Bullock, fortveight. t. (G. (' unllnl 11111 Mr.( J Henry IIl.tlec.luok, who

ria. .. satisfactory, fully sustaining the opinion' of will continue the business..
professed love for the lTlllullloollil'r. hisresjuvt r
--- or
lime \\"t ballot wusculled at one in., but
('CH'K it PKOC.TOH. ,
., 1 11'lnter Uardentnu.Wo I J. J. H. Gregory: of Marblchead, Mass.( ) for intelligent and enterprising: white bufonthe. roll call was commenced) :M. ll

(from whom the-set-ds were obtained) that ('lair .\IrUIII'I11I1I ,
few welltinh4licluarksupt'red
this week print the first of u serNe of men and recommended( negroes,someof them ) '
"it M the tarlittt itf the lit fye, h'u/'d-hra.linll the name of Gen. Fillle\'. JI.UUF
: tides on winter gardening, which our drtuiihtadf." (if not all) wholly unfit for the i Iltl"itilllls. It A :second grand ovation was paid to the

i) \ readers will find to be of great value. TheIf H reported| (from good authority) that the sable old hero and the scene so iniKTtictlyelcseribed ] 1\Ut of Feniandlna.IIH.II .

a I author U thoroughly well uce'uuinted with The Fonder is a very superior cabbage Republican Executive National <(Campaign< : heretofore was renewed with re- wmn.Saturday : ,
If "M 1 ; producing under favorable treatment douhlcd 1 ) 1 intensity. The Old Guard and the June 19.!> .... 4i.:: A. M. .".:.13 p. M. :
. which ]he and hatspnvel Committee refuse to contribute
ho jKisitivcly
t subjects on writes
]large, solid. heads, much resembling Young Guard went wild and the shouts: I"u I 11)2": (ilfi: ( l'
,. 1 actual all the anything for campaign '' in Florida. ) ( : "
t by experience points to purpoc-es were ele-afeiiing. One of Jacksonville'sstaideM 21.. : 7:15:
the )lurbh'lll'uollllumllll'lh but
unlike that
: which he may rail attention at this time.lttal They say that all their funds' must be spentto and rue t sedate' lawyers, and one Tuesday, ... 7:4U": l'ill":
; variety in its disposition! to rapid decay in aid in carrying the elections in the doubt of her most di merchants!! caught the Weelnesday, 2.J... :3" !:

this locality. lll.Jl'l'llH\ regard: the Fottler generalontagi'nt; and joined in the huzzas Thursday, :H... U:4": }Rill"> >
,I Accident.A ful States in the North.
; I us one of our choicest v ri'til'lillf cabbage.Not : heartily as the youngest; delegate 'nrcsent. Friday I 25....lOU": 10:37: ,
, f ,. white man named J. K.: Haven war run : The oat crop of this county was utmost a The scene was absolutely inde*cribuhle, andit LOW WATER.

aj I OUT by the north-bound freight and juw- less than one-fourth of a pound of failure from the rust. i.

, .t' senger trains at the trestle near Cedar Key, seeds per acre should be provided. Select a well cultivated, looks proini.-ing. It occms flattering demonstration of itopular regard.Appeal l, ay. 1".1:42" ... "
cool, shady spot only moderately rich well after appeal' I was made to Gen. Fin- Monday, ...... : : .
f Monday morning. He was not discovered to me that the negroes are not working] us Icy who seemed tCll l lie almost ovenromitewitit 0.4": U'4:
raked, and free from the drip of trves for Tuesday, 22... :.. :.. "
until the second train had passed over him, well this year as heretofore, and the*weeds emotion. The stage; was thronged with his Wednesday 23. : I 2:39 .

.1 and when picked up his head was severed seed beds. These beds-bordered by a narrow and grass' are taking many fields. There is friends, urging him te> accept in the strongest Thursday, 24:::::: :3, It i31' ,

walk or b-nngwny-"hOlltd be about four and mast forcible language, appealing: to 25 4:14: I 4:1S .
from the body. Haven was or had bc.t'1In feet wide for working some complaint of the caterpillar. .\ good him as one who loved his State, his" eople J'ricy. .. :

I he em ploy of Major Burrin) ; had friends l'OU\'enil'nl'6lul'lanting, many planters in this and Wakulla countiesare and his party, to come to the rescue in this

near Cedar Key, whom he had gone to visit. and removing the planU. alarmed about the corn crop. In many emergency. COlJEIWI.-L

4 As it is known he indulged freely in drinking It is indispensable that the beds be protected fields! it seems to be atfl'l'tl'll'with something ( General Bullock and Hon.Columbus Drew Feniandlna Market.
from the rays of the sun between the were loudly I called for and yielding irrae-e-
; on Sunday, it is presumed he laid hint.self hours! of 0 a. m. and 4 p. m ; or the plants like the rust in clUb Planters! call it "french- fully to will, MI unmistakably CORRECTED WEEKLY BY WM. LAWTEY.

down to sleep on the trestle Sunday will be killed as fast as they reach the surface ing" and say it will diminish the yield pf r expressed withdrew their names and promised Spirits' Turpentine, per gal.,.,. (. 27 .

( night in stupid ignorance of his danger. of the ground. acre very materially. The disease affects the i their cordial assistance! and support. IW1, common, per bbl....... ((g 75 ,'.t
H.the seeds as thinly as practicable in about The nomination was" made in a perfect outburst .................?.......none in market J
I The Uttle' Ones." drills one inch deep and about four inches corn the same as the ru.entine...........none in market.

apart Press the earth firmly around the The measles are raging in this county and were warm and frequent. Cotton-Island in the_sceol.. 41 (a, 5Femandlna

i The regular exercises of Miss Katie Bur- seeds after covering by placing a plank over quite a number of personboth! grown and Judge T. }<'. King,Alachua, was selected

hank's private school closed. on Wednesday the drill and walking upon it. children have them in this city, otherwise as the distrct elector, and Colonel C. P.Cooper Retail Market.
Where convenient to use boxes of Duval. alternate.
they are ,
last. Thursday there was an unostentatious ( BY A,
to be preferred: in many respects. It i is easier the health I is unusually good for this season Resolutions of thanks to the officers! of the 'OIULU-E B. XOYES,

examination and exhibition pupils in to exclude inserts-so ravenous after the of the year.Quite convention, citizens of Gainesville, and the GI'eer, Corner Centre and &nnd Srtl4

)presence of the patrons and friends of the tender young plants of summer! and early a number of ji-rsoiis"! have gone railroads and steamboats were" adopted and Flour FLOl E, rED, ETC

school which was creditable alike to teacher fall. Their use will also be found to involve at 1:15: : a. m. the convention adjourned. ir barrel. ... ....$' 50 8 0
much less labor in ttliadiug, and protecting North to ''{>cnd the summer.Gen Florida I'nion. 1tap 1..........-...--........... 3 50o> 4
and pupil. Friday was devoted to an excursion George Whitfield old and distinguished Grits i..... .._.. 3 t
from violent storms of wind and rain. << an -- -- .. .. .... 7 l 0I
i. : to the beach and after returning to Having deposited the seeds safely in the citizen of Florida, died yesterday at Parties have been prospecting at Jacksonville Sugar I ........ ,. .. .."". 9(

,.' the discussion of a collation at the schoolhouse ground, we will allow them till our next issue his home in Jefferson and buried with a view of erecting a large cotton Bacon... ... ...... ..... .... ( 9
was Com
per bushel........... _.
to Meanwhile 70
germinate. will be .
a compliment from the teacher joy thinking over the best plan of treating the here toJaJIb funeral was largely; factory they to cost from stick $ JO.I.UJ to 400, uTO. We Hie* ................-....... ... ... 71(g

fully received and improved by the happy young plants to insure their conversion into attended by our citizens. He had been in hope may will make, as manufacturing other establishments Butter .._..__..._._".'"' :J(j 3 '

children. dollars and ill health for many months. every industry Lard, ir pound..._____...., eJ)
cents.t- prosperous. Hay, per 100 Ibs.............. 1 Jg 1 3


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