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Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
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A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
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in theSouth, Indiana casts I her 3n01". for Hcndricks{ ;
I extol\ his conduct
nl ilt'W Turk"liuntire to
Riley ; P.hodo Island, J J Damp; South gram from ready' Roynalds'to hl'ij.rh\ : h't I with throe: I proceeded wlll 11 military command' after the war Iowa :1 for \ '\ 111.11 for Tilden.

TWO BALLOTS Curo'lSna, }' W Dawson : Tennessee. W A for Ihc' nl'lI\ol'rntk IInllli1H'l'1'[ I had: ('lo I'tI-wrlli ho suid that the war was OFFICIAL A\SnP\ItMB'.TI..' TIIK Rt>ltt.T.

'I./ Carroll ; Texas Thos M Jack: ; Vermont, DW cheers lU\lll\\\ htrr J.1t I over and the constitution 1'\' t'll.nlll when The second ballot, after change and corrections
ReddiiiKton Virginia11 Tl'rl"r't'.t; plauo\ : : ordered the of htttilrv to be nnnonnipd; follows
: Judge lloadloy announced 1 \ he .1001 tll' was officially IH
lot in.
.'j FOR PRESIDENT: : .Virginia, 11 .\ Hurlowe ; Wisconsin 1-iirl;, P that the chairman a." committee I opened and l their inmates free. He urged/ :
Finch.Committee. not in the house" and called: 1 on thecommittee I tin-good policy naming; Hancock, who be.lilC..11111 Hancock .. . ... .70")
;G r'Nr W. S. HANCOCK Ht'lnlntlon.lahnulI. 1C was: of ... .. ... .
'.., /,>: on !Hen T }:m"I'Cali. nn permanent organisation )Ir. l'lilll'Utyorthy 'HI'I"I'rllti, Hcndrick t !......................... 'to
-, ,' ? OF PENNSYLVANIA.' 1 II[ Hrnrlrknln{ t'aleh11111,10"!, ; (Colorado, C I.' Martin, ofIllawllrr.l'lH\irm\lI. said thl'I'IIIII' \ \ \\\ of Ulill'the whole ') dl\lt'lI, llt Bn'al'll................................... 2

'.;;..,,1.*'. ------ fornia Connor; Connecticut, David .\ Wells ; Del miller \1111111111111l'l'I"lrtl'(1: \ the following\ the approval*, and that was what they\ wanted, hlrl....... .. .,............... ... 1At
Goo H Rates ; Florida. C Yonge ; permanent organization ', of !, 12 o'clock the ofllcial Announcement
,{r \ FOR VICE-PRESIDENT;: : Georgia aware. L P Powell ; IIHnoK Melville W [The report of the committee on \\'I.rmn-I or 01"1" \\cl"1'. [.1hlol'rall: ] nt'I\hll'I" of Hancock's nomination wos mode, wlieii

?": H. ENGLISH Fullerton ; Indiana, John Ul'u11'mthlntt n, Went organization was adopted as }lrl' l'nlt'tl.] :\1\r. ,I\rllgrl'low; IPIll.1 \I seconded 1 the the pent up feelings of the vast thronWNC'
(,WILLIAM John P Irish ; Kansas! J 1 R Goodit ; Ken- After the reception\ of I the report" \ on permanent I 1I0mil11tinl let loose and the (cheering renewed, which

OF INDIANA. lucky Hl'nr'nttr nn ; iaxtiriana! }': )* organization had been' made, 11 r. )Ir. Daniel, Jid,1;;ilil, fotOWl'\. The was continued for some time.KX .

UurkeInhil'; A IlcSidtuli ; rnr\'lllIlIl.: J. Young, of Georgia/ a nuostion of \privilegedemanded l'II\'ltiol was embarrassed h\ \' wrii v K'CHM: 1 M iTTr.K.Hon. .
--- ---- 1jw\'l\l1: yn!""ucltuactt,1'hnrlc\ [L r11'ollll"i to be permitted to present' the report and brilhuicy of names from which to choose was placedupon

."jcriul Telegram to the Mirror.CIXCISXATI :Michigan( Foster PrnttlInnl'lotn.; : S 11 of the committee on ('rl'lh'ltial:. Tho their nominee. Complimenting nil whose .the:mlel1'usco.National X Floril.Committee-
MeNair ; Mixsissippt.EHnrks.lale i! ; tri, chair said the report on permanent organi names hud 11l'l ho still believed t.i'ltl
Juno 21, 1880. (5i> L Miller\ and nrkrvS theconvention's ln'H'' l'OUhe from that Htnto.
Joseph Palitwr; Ncbrnskn! t ; before house, that the , ZltitlWAS strongest H. Itanium,
General ,V. t3. Hancock, of Pennsylvania! Nevada, A C Kills: \ ; New Ilnuy,-hirr" Henry will. )[r. Martin moved thathiy made here would be that of Hancock, [applause ]inn. William chairman. .\ I\uis
Itiiighnm ; New Jersey, Col( 0 M Znlich ; report be adopted, and on that asked the ,] not of ', but' W. permanent organization
+ II'nlll'I\'all\ until the next mooting
A unanimously nominated President, New York. II W IVckham ; North Carolina, which he subsequentlywithdrew. S. \ States. was postponed
previous \l'ltioll.
I Hotel[
Inlkf will bo at the Avenue ,
'. fon the second ballot, amid the wildest! cnthuaiusm. M Wnddells: Ohio. TlwuJ Kennedy ; Pcnnsvlvania .(Mr.I lfrl of Ixmisiana, moved [. .} I was the first after the war which York the 1thf Flftl July.MR. ..
\III\.l" on
i I. C ('u'licly ; Rhode Island, NVon to ostpone \\'fUl'eelllj\ permanent to : his 'tlllh\ I! 1 the majestv
[ Hon. William II. English, of Indiana 5yck ; South Carolina l' O U Harder; Tennessee or ,organization unti \ had of d\'i 1 later He: ('OIllI\lrll: thetugunteutttat

was nominated b)acclamation for Vicepresident. John A McKenney[ ;i Tcx!<, John received 1\1'1 UI the credentials committee l'oulln'IIS tired the rule of the TILDEN; DECLINES.NKW ; : (

1 Ireland ; Vermont, Oeo L Waterman ; Virginia report. Alloptl'll I camp, and opposed to soldier 1'lmlilnIC YORK, Juno : ltt tl.
i<<\ James Harbour ; 11 ('!Virginia, J F Mr. Young, Georgia, MS chairman, then citing the fact that Washington wm the. }trek tv
H Hoollei; Wisconsin, TIt Hudell ; Oregon, report of the committee on the soldier and vet the civil magistrate I To the IJ"V"jllIt "totl OJ'CI
The convention is i like an od] -time :Motho- I'rt l'nt'tIhl' typical the /ut'rtic (" ;
reported that there were without fees [Ap ,
John Myers.Committee \ They of this country a is an occasion on
dist lutc-fcasL UOI.LY !.tarts. on CI'l'telltlIAlahllmn., Joseph I two delegations from Massachusetts.: They plause.] IIn cock'snamiunNon would moan which Your it lr.4t a..l.lllhtillJ to state to you myrelation

i M Johnson ; Arkansas. J1 Hudson ; admit both delegations by Ujrl'I'I\'nt. and; instantaneous. and constant aggression. I to II the nomination I fur the
California. W I' Frost Colorado C IJillas; between for two united Ill.lejltiol. cast would to nil the land, we move on and associates l'n..ill.I.

:: Dl:1fUCI1iTIC.14TI01:4LCU1'IE1'- Connecticut, Itulpli\ Wheeler ; Delaware the vote of the State. rl\orh'd\ in i enemy's say works to-morrow. [.\1\111\le.\ ] cy missioned which you to make your in bchnlf of tho Democratic -

'''iy\ TIO\ l' Hohln lJn; Florida, E M I/Kngle; Georgia.P favor of the sitting delegates/ from Nominate Hancock and they \ \ of the United States. Having'passed
..,,. The National Democratic Convention met M K Young: Illinois, Perry H Smith; h'- ixth district of Pennsylvania. In the the music! of the cheers of the tetra who wore party In an atmosphere'filled ,
. :.' in Cincinnati[ on the 22d. diana Win I'; Niblack : Iowa Thos J Potter; case: of New York, the committee had carefully the blue mingling with those who] wore the )with my tho early years the war which
of Connecticut, Kansas, Ed Carroll; Kentucky, J I W Hayes; weighed the whole and with ,1 duuite] triltitol"
e\'illHl' '
'", : &V Ex-Senator Barnaul, 1 gray. [ 1 1J secured our (' and of
La Chairman of the Democratic. National Com- Ixmisiana, l' Mealy ; Maine, Arthur Scwull ; lilula unanimity had "ltl'lto allow the Ir. (lour. c, of West Virginia, next took Intolnl continental
, :, ,.]' miller, l'alll'tthe convention to order at :Maryland H Victor;; Massachusetts', JohnK sitting lelher to retain their i set t t. [LOreltIpllaule. the platform and I !lupl'ortl'tl Thurman's nomination till struggles/ II"J'ur and by I

'$jI2:4.: I and presented the Rev. Charles Torbox ; Michigan, J E :\Irt'morl'lIn; .] There are no other! contestants Under bun tlll'r' would be no 1\tl'l. 1OrllIt I I I to i t i Illlle 1\titu-

,' 3 ."'. llicndle, of the Unitarian Church, who nesota, H 11 Wells: Mississippi.! ; Warren ', and the committee reported a North, no South, no I'IIotr: West, but one t people of uiy country h'nrllli Ilolzc educated err

:.k.;\4 invoked the Throne.of Grace.Mr. Cowan ; Missouri, W U Stecle; Nebraska Canavan full list of delegates t"ltitl'l\ !'l'II\. t'IIOI'lill.. [Cries of "Time" 'il\" tint believe!! it duty of a citizen Iwl \nl of the republic' '/ '

4.;> Rurnum then, by direction of the John W Pollock\ ; Kl'yal:1.Intt ; One hour was \1'rlltl'11llh'r' the rules in the face If w kh (;Goodeclosed. tie allotment( cure and trouble '
Committee presented the name of New Hampshire, Hosoa W Parker NewJerscv to the discussion If of the two chair then announced thr names that to take .
}J' rational ] SntEth\ :M 'fl Hairs. I I duty to the 1
for L T Fell ; New York, from New :speecheswore President of the public fllih'l\ '
'1, [Hon.. Gco. Hoadley, of Ohio, temporarychairman delegations Ylrk.11' in nomination i for ability ( as uprivuto -
Howard host )
tJ which was agreed; to. W'eli\ ; North Carolina, George ; made un both \lemhl'l' United States. The names of Hondricks, my f\r 'tI.
'.1'1 ': Win L Scott and .\ I) McIIenry; were ap Ohio, U .\ Shields: Ohio ; Oregon, A Nolt- of fire Ildl'gatonl and by delegates from Thurman and Hancock, wore rl'l'l.I'l"with ( \lllAllluh.thought, during;mid et'ort 1ift"to
chair. Pennsylvania, Wm J it Snowden; Rhode chair then[ put the '! of giving tt 1l'lIlt 01Iwh
"\ pointed conduct him to the nor ; tah'l. TIl \ considerable applause ; that Iult'll'k other I have
DDibble otle allalrs objects,
Carolina. as
;: Judge Hoadley's approach to the platform Island, 11'\ 1 Trcston ; t"l upon substituting the Inilloril' for the ing the greatest, the most! \ and public ofllcial service except for a
The Judge Tennessee! l F M Jones ; 'fl'XII..n and nrll-calh and! nat never accepted
L \ .was /greeted applause. / pro ; majority report orll"f..1 \ the most mid onlywhen
'needed to address the committcu and the ; \'erlllollt..J, H William.'ir lnia. vote resulted ayes, .WJ ; noes 157. ; so u\prl'IIt1)Bf'l'kiuill;,1"IIIWII\H the convention brief Iwrilfl ti 1111'lnl'lrpr. of
:r occasion seemed to inc-
,) ;convention. He thanked them for their( Win MJoyal ; West Virginia, Win L Wilson \ the motion to substitute the II Iritl'l'ort ; proceed to and urged the importance i the rt''lirl' publicinterests.

:1.3 complimentary action in putting him in the ; Wisconsin, Jos Uatikin.Mr. lI'jl'dl"l' The 1\ltiOI recurring; on \ of proceeding/ with business and that sacrifice \rl'lll''\ Irti.r'l.t',, "
,',i I chair. He pledged himself to the strictest Watterson, of KI'lIhu.kl'rr] l'nh'l\ ,WI t majority report, it was adopt getting through t with it as quickly as Ii : !' ; )
impartiality in the administration of the an application on behalf of the, delegates; 1,10ItiO1,t I'I'C rote [Great 1111u"l"ltt'r tile ; that they !lflJh1[ III'I. that, of 1 private\ citizen.: It wn I J'n'
,, (111\ / : tho in which as pri
duties aligned i to him. This was the only from theTcrriloriorutkingtheirrer.ntUnnin I ( settling the cnutt: I I' report adopt the platform., 11 Ir. lira'kimridle l ; insisted 1IC'I"f. l'\n.t\ 1
t adequate lIIC.tllllllIy which he could. testify the (convention which was referred without the l'lIllnilh'l' on permanent organ- mi having ; a ballot now. There woreno \tl' ( !lzl'l I had to 1\'l'rthru\dominion i
l'hairmllHl' should he discussion! to the committee on permanent \ and a committee- the ( corrupt combination then hol.1
his /gratitude as was adopted I'\\r.4. differences opinion in t party now, .
neither' friend nor foe of'"any ('U1111itl.lh"tllou organization.David loll lr10Inl,111, Indiana, ]fuller of South C :J- made II adoption\ of a platfo'rm, ; be of our Illro'ol1,1\ to that the induced judiciary -
1I he had his favorite, in whose behalf ] .\, Wells, oT Connecticut, olrl'n'lIhl' lill111 !\. O'Connor of Ttnnossce: -wasappointed "hi1 necessity.Mr. a its tOll,
lie was both earnest: and partisan. He took usual resolution rcfcrringtuihc committee to conduct tl 'president to the lloadley moved (to the Democracy of I the State in J.j to nomlnuto -
uljourlnt11. done in
the ground that the representatives! here' on n'olutillllwithout debate, all resolutions ; (' lair. ]It was 1:4.5 p. +' II Mr. Stevenson m, to-morrow, which was II I ) I'lte mo" for f {:n\'l'rOr. This : the
,roh'Iof the minority Il'art |
not the delegateof Congressional! dir.trictrhut regarding the form.II"l'tl"1.' itedaud WIIVrl'll'lh'll to the enlivenvolition spite of the \
were ttr 'ili} tnIi; !
the representatives of i Indestructible) The convention then adjourned I until Ida. !its president. J 111)1'; 10wHt'\', II1tllnlhil }TI1K KIIMT IIU.UIT., 1 had borne In these reformhad! \ createdantngonlsms
candidate, I
:-'tutei\. [Subdued applause.] He proceeded in. next day the gavel girt : Tho roll called, As the vote of fatal to mo us u L
was Ihl'l constrained to the
( felt
COMMITTED.After : hand". nUhUm\\ll'
thrutuclnu l.ttluuuftbcUctunrratic worthier accept
: tt- \ 'oulofflliltllt
I from thcphUforni
1 tor which tliis convention would make no, adjournment the committee on permanent \ lie was lie said. In ('Ill State the most c'l'rllllIllIl'm'"f putting power
electing IIPIII'C ( lord hisses were 'IHwcl. unsomeone < Gubernatorial, Wirier the side of reform
organization organized by dl'1 of the on
C'fl'I"whkh had its own vitality, am the chair ;
[ new accepted Ipprt.jatoll cloureilbut I
which would not Ill'pen.for its future 01 :'01'. Martin, of Delaware, chairman; and MrDawson of the honor and responsibility! III moved t that t the galleries; While the he clerk and I of reuutlmglhr imprc-ssiiin] whereover -

|the !lUI'l'l'IIf! its ticket or be crushed out bj' of South Carolina, secretary. Tin conlided in him. Ho knew that he' was run I11" not pressed. it prevailed that 1 fjlilhlullc barge ul'
ti:, Resolutions elected HenrjWatterson ; their tally I the band playec citizen Ifat to 'his useful!
Sits defeat. Their duties here were simply Committcu on indebted 1 forthiscompliment\ bluer pI'r..I:1 1.1.11I larg \lIt./duty :a II
a <
{declare the party will. The occasion: wa of Kentucky, chairman. merit but as tribute to his grand f old commonwcalth Dixie, tr "trillf whiI took 11'\lI.a public IIC'r\'II1 i'
Pone of great interest: importance.. .\t't.: The committee on credentials met inline! ; 111.1: devotion {ilI IIIHnll part of the alllli'll'l to IIlr wltll'llt'r.4, The breaking 11( c'ullIl ring, ', the better '

[ouis four years ago they placed in nom ilia. diatoly after adjournment and organized bj storm to Democratii: ld I'lt'\, II which: the(lloole management; of public work", the largereduction -
[tion two of the foremost men of the nationGreat the election of P. M. 11. Young, of Georgia, name of therefore, he prcciitiihisthanks. followed. Tho chair announced \'II'J: I of taxes and other r'li'rlll'f'l'lIll-
''t, [ { applause. A rubicrtucntrepetition of. as chairman and .\. Woltnor! of Oregon, assecretary. !! Kentucky. representativemen as follows : Whole vote cast, 7X; >J- Hay an!, I during my administration, ,!olhlh.!
Il'nlnlll..1 (is, Morrison; metvitl Ki-'tJ ; Presidency
his ; lilt thf'
the name of Samuel I Tilden was the occiif John lollyund men of the to Cincinnati ; Fll.l. : my; lollillatoll
4iuntLrnnuthcruutbuntthedclcgatciririn". the committee: hut wore iuested: 1 to with/ There was joy in their ennuug. lie in l! l : I ., Iii ; Thulal. 'IWJ i ; Soy by the 1IIIol'rl' Union, in thehope ,
draw. A delegate' from Arkansas objector moiir.M+ ; l-oycland, ft; Payne, Nl I ; Ilrbntaldli Unit '" would
I inthcirscatsaudrbccringunrittutfitgfuti.: ; the ,'rl' 1,11 I that tlioliu jvhHi they ,illllr ; \l'lllt
file asserted they were u.s certainly elected iii to Smith M. Weed, of New York hitting use f.t'll be borne triumphantly; victory. ; Randall{ :t ; 'I'ildeuty:I ; Uthrop 1 ; to tin Federal fovornmont. "' t

tt ar. Washington; or Monroe. [:Subdued ap member, inasmuch: us his own scat was con put [Applause. Ho proceeded'atonu' McClclhuillhick; : I ; \1J.II..h, Ii IlIrk'r. spiiiisibilitics! of such an undertaking; n|)
Clause. He ileiiounced the Hl'pullk:1IIplll't totted The chairman ruled the objection length .extol the Democratic party on it-. 1 ; .t'\\'I. I ; !wing; 111111III.t ; II it seemed. to mo, I did not feel
t two-
| as one of fraud, which cheated the' out of order as there was: no notice ot a contest history, but as his facewas turned 1 awavfrom 1I0lll.lla\'ill rt''l'I'l'cln. \ to "hrllk. In I tor C'II\'I"r hit h ensued -
I people, out of their choice, thus proving\ tlieiilinl'idility ; before the committee. A long timu! wa,! the little of it could "1.II'ar.\ Ilirci11., there' was no dloit. I I the /Democratii' party represent is I reform '
''xe ( to republican \principles.\ Hut, i iijt I' spent in fixing the length) of time for argument. A Vote ol reporters] to the rem ;! Kentucky', III\.cl tllojllrlllll' in the administration of the FederalGovernment
tllalk. ; !
[the Democratic party[ should again be sueFfcessful It[ was finally resolved to give; cadi man : after which Mr. 'Irl. kill c, tit lo to-morrow, morning. \11111..1 ; 1111 and the restoration of our complox ./

i.: no cunning,; device of dishonesty m12arbitration Mile an hour ami a half to present its rae. of lL""t'I.)', 110\'l'tl. us committee on Illjl\rl'Illt it:10: p. I.TIW \,olth'IIIt'lII to the Iurt.'IM yf |M

should rob them of the fruits IIf The committee then adjourned to meet al resolutions was not '! 'tl rcjiort l thl'C'OI' i'IIIII'J' \\HIII ''(' I> !'\ | pv of 1

[tbl'ir'idor\'. [.ll' ,1 au v c.] Although tin' 7 cluck to-night. vcntion t to nominations., i _lftertuute the \ States, by I majority)' of more-
(.Democrats failed to inaugurate their candidates On motion to ;give each !side in I the New counter pro'l'l..l motions and considerable confusion h.1 Y. than n quarter of a million, c.I..l. n majority

ta [ their cause. was not wholly lost. Thej' i York contest only an hour present\ its this motion rrryuiled. 10ISa: in.-The convention was called to of the electors to noel tl'lr.I'!! for theDeinoiratio -
] .
[dell'alt.till' attempt to steal the :State t lot'- case, the ( .tllImith'l''IIS 1til', hut the vote The. roll of States was then culled. 'ali-- order at lOil:: a. ur. Till house was l'ralllll'ci candidates ( and

(eminent hi Florida and no trace rciuaincV I was not considered have any significance i ., fornia, through )Ir. McElruth, presentedStephen 'and the u euflu'rsnltrt'. "'I.ll'lI1 It is my' right and privilege.
E'Of( carK.-t-huggerrv| ; : the Soutll. except170' ,' 'fhc committcu on permanent organization ; J. Field. 11:0:' tt. m.-Mr. I't,i'khaut. of Albany. \. tn1" I was nnminntrrlunddct; ttrlto
T 000,1( NX i of State debts[ accumulated by tlll'lIIII in tin- evening, by unanimons vote,, presented the 11:11110 of ThomasF. Y., took the ] l said that tl l.'WYlrk the Presidency, (' absolutely free from anyengagement
Ian burden upon the people, and the fadthat determined to rejMirt to the convention the .Hd.n\'lre Itjyurd, whose: name was received 1 withgreat dch\ Ilalfo.IIIII Veil 1 a from / In respect to the ('xc'rdll of if.

[ Lou ialla has only one rightful t Senatoi 1IlIlwof J. \\". Hh''l'I"OIl.oIf Kentucky and l sixjntanooiis, applause.I Ila'filden (groat cheering ), in which hi renounool ]JM'WC'J[ or the disposal I I of its patronage.Through .
Congress.; [Applause.\ ] \permanent proidciit. and I a vicepresidentand When Illinois wu.s called, S. t S. Mar-hall, I his candidacy, )' for President. He the whole period of I)' relationto -
RtytThe following wore nominated and aecfpled '- !ll'l'retarfrulII each :State: the vicepresident in a ronte hat prosy !siH-ech: presented, thu then presented the letter from 11 Ir. Tildon, tl Presidency did everything I

[ \the remaining! temjMirary olllcorsfclloii : \ from Florida being William Judge; 1Ill"f1. !\Iurri\ol, the gallant soldier I- \hkl wo publish l\cwlll'f', and said New INnt[ to t.j'\'ltl'Ulllulhhw. to lower, the .
F. O. Prince of Massachusetts. term and the :-'l'l'fl'lurJ.. II. Ilu: IHlII. I and able statesman.Thu had agreeil /I / c'lli.It, and his moral "tllard< 11 tlthm of par-

f porary: secretary.M The committcu then recommended\ that : call of Indiana was the tigiial t':.r enthiiMaMio name was Ia..lal.f. f III s. Ity what, neL,rhntr mc'ul" the "all.for
" Assistant i secretaries-George: "'. Guthrie. the secretaries, narlingclerki ami sergeanttitarms cheering. ) presented .\ f/ti"l Ti.lell'. I'lit.r bo read l was ,i false C'lllItli Inl.lln several of the State*
, ': fof Pennsylvania, Charles Ridley{ of Tt'IIIU.oflee of the tcmjMirary organization lie I i the name of TIUIIL-\MrU'C'. as the/ lost. 1 I l'l'tlllt recite. These are now 1llIp.otilstory

| l'. S.: Dodd\ of Ohio. O. M. Hall, of Min- 1 retained, and the rei>ort concludes as follows Ii choice of the lloosier lt'ldrik.. Tot HKCO.VP I\ .ur, about \\'hkhTllh'cr diversity "I

|ncsota, Maj. A. Orcndorti'; of Illinois, Win. : ''The commit further report that Massachusetts. seconded.1 nomination, of The convention Ih1 pro :'/ kcl to thl'"l'I'wllmlot pillion may have existed in either <>f
;y III.) Gill, of New Jersey, and A.C. Parkin-ion,, they have duly considered\ 1 the memorial in I'ayard. which resulted 1 us follows : E'rent parties of the country at the time oltheir
Of Wineonsiii.W relation to the; representation of the District! f G.Thurman. I consummation, has, since practicallyi1isiipH'urcd.
[ Ohio( the name "
Reading t'h'rks'al S. Rrown, Jr., read. of Columbia and of Territories, and have presented. )1 HWl'l'who \' \11'1 I (Uepreference i iI If I nlclk ........... ........... ....311! I refiisH l to ransom from tin-

tog clerk of the United States House of Representatives heard argument of till! memorialists, and respectfully I of Ohio r. said I Il would I f.irl>eariin; I Ha'lrc i I.......... ...................ll.'i returning boards, 1lllht'rl "Iat.", d'!n.
', ; Mark Hardin. Georgia. O. recommend the t following resolution :, bo the Field ........................... (ft) evidence, tht of
) that :
Walker, of Iowa, Thos. S. {'(.ttit, of the : eulogy whoname, for \uul.ll"t hu jratlll, llendritks 1 .................. ........ :fl| which mentary, und by the ,.'\ tull'rl'"iol -
.. from the man ]prevented 111' rhurman.... .. .... ........ fell .
House of Representatives, Nicholson M "lt"aulrrd, That two delegates: ho the time in useleis! biography.When .. lent and forged |latlx rr, a prltfxtI" mnd'
Bell, of Missouri, James }:. Morrison, uf) District of Columbia and two delegates from consume Till'l....**.........*...!.....,..*. fib j for the j,erin-iration of a false count.Tbe .
New York, H. I.. Bryan of Delaware. each of the Territories admitted to the Pennsylvania was called its i'IIIirlallll.1 lulul.ll... ....... .. .......... :!) constitutional duty of the two Houseif -
The rules of the last National Conventionwere convention, and have the right to \artid.! they fiad no c' to pn\ '-sut, ................................ I Congress to count the votes us

adopted' tcmiorurily.0TIu 1>atc and debate, and every other ri \ hit one their ( to /prcM-nt I'arkcr ................ ... ..... : and give effect to the lc'.toml( peoplew
; roll of !States was called for the purpose privilege enjoyed by delegates\ from the u name. all. huughcrtyrrf said Philadelphia, 1'lIglhl: ............. ......... 11! lu.t expressed+ bv their hutlYugex, was never
of apioiiiting the committees on credentials heater, excepting (111tlte right; to vote. then tOlk the }platform us would he reconcile, to 1"lli. 1'I"IYY r'U uwt: 'ullillcd. An electoral conimi-Mon, (01 tluxlstonceof >

un permanent organization, and] The committee on"credentials, after hear hate one whose name Maryland, \\'i''J11 changed 1 her vote to iio Ilr1alM'k which I have no roj>onsil>ility"

on resolutions.3PTiVhen ing the Tammany l'Ol1tl'otantrc.'lorted (factions al.l/ury l'elll'lvUIIII York [ making his vote JWJ. (Great ex- formed l. and to It the two !HOIIM if
;:: New York was called in naming their being allowed seats in the convention.A Connecticut. New Jentyctv applause ( cheering.] Wt+,nghvw abdicated their duty to make th"
o-d the 'unfuIIIIIl.1 -
the credential committee, John Kelly rose mctnfitruf the committee asked John ] and Ohio. He proi> name ctllltlt. changeil her vote to IH/ for (ount, by law enacting that the fount ot

.at the back of the delegates and asked to IKheard. Kelly if i he would support the nominate of : of a soldier whct name was ai Iailll'k. If as llancxick Jersey, making! Hal'Jk'J total &'J4& ; neessary he commission I should stand as ," 11 siverruleil
The chair refused to recognize Jiej the convention if his delegation were allowed his sword, Wintield t NJt JanCM (co't. (' to a choice 4Ki.A L amu'urn'ttt ali l of tin-
Kelly, and said the roll call mast proceed 1. their claim to twenty delegates. lIe replied ed he will take his Iat. wildest, burst ofapplause numlxT of got Iwo )tlt f.l"count was nut over-
occasion the ccllatun. OI'
for }
C It. also attempted to be for himself that if Tilden\ should In- This gave cwirlll ,1" !
John lla.skings witnesMsl either on m c'hail('llea !IJ hell ru' owing! to the complicity Repnbliuiii -
heard, but was cried down, the chairman refusing nominated he would not supjxirt! him.KECOND that ha.-"Iel infusion. vIrlllj ( 'Senate with 1 majority ofhoexuuuivsiuntr
to hear him, and the roll cull pro the tl"r or in the galleries. 1'rnnnylvaiiia has change.l her vote for its Repuhliau -

ceeded.jLThe H.\Y. l South tITIJIIa! ('lc'l.a.le Hancock. It is thought that Hancock will (' majority oftght to seven. The elwtoal -
r committees were named as follows : Hampton Were, T ttl he nominated. on this ballot I His vote trnntwtout the men electedy !
't ,S Permanent Organization-Alabama, Wm The convention was called to order at ntfnuoas burst II'al'IluI> al he went forward tow tow is itfiu. > (lllll'i/l, counted in the men not
order was restored ane
EClarke Arkansas, Dr. Davidson ; California 10.Nl a. m.Prayer on hi cttch \\t'U their and That ol"he
; ; ( All the delegations! are on fet, elttlllIY the people. fulJVlill
Thos: L Davidson ; Colorado, John FIittmphreyr was offered by Rer. Dr. Taylor of lamptoll l'I11 Carolina Rcoig- I huve pulled up their banners in IlIt1I1 exitement. election created a new Ilue tinIccishm -
; Connecticut, O H King; Dei- Scott street Methodist Kpisoojal' church, ttul no Ireerenrl II('IIL&' ? The exciU-ment and of thvinsipleof the United l States,
Martin } TO Lanier Geor- [ Ky. He prayed fir harmony nizinq m wih whl'h 111'IM.k contlUt all .
:aware, L ; Florida ; Covinjjton lie band has truck up la ran -ending In linjiortancc questions
been ,
d&. John S Stewart ; Illinois, Chas Dunham;: and yielding of all gxrnonal preferences to name hail wul NY for I "houting.At o f uiliiiinUtratioii, It iiivolvisl the viallrnclJIl
South would feel safe '
F lcV.ma1d Iowa, }: 11 the general welfare. the Iln'ut.
; inpower. this all the States pulled of M-lf-govcrnmcnt through '
had Wen under him x stage nearly
: (i l' IllI eN.Kentul'jy[ KtauU-nberry, of Indiana moved a they WI
'er1I1C: han a.. ; the t m their bauuen 111 gathered around the tht nsiple. The Imnunbe growthf
\V.L'HJranie resolution that the curving soldier of the They apjfeciated abity(1
;Wm Ltuiriana : of the
Lintl-.1) ; I and the fitness of all J lancook banner. the means isirrupt Infutnc'e OV'f
,'lW11l'. tinwn d Hruwn }Maryhui, 'ilmoc Mexican war and their widows( and orphan Thurmaii Hanock which it Ls of
; named but >South Carolina New York changed 1 her 70 votes for by l"ul;
who hail been lilot.lox.
,\Johnson : Massachusetts! John I' t "eeney ;: j, fchould be put by Congress on the same footing I dates because ( and hU nomination on the econd ltrty havl." possession of the KXMIItve : >
:Michigan liryon S Stout; Minnesota, J C a* the soldiers of IHI:: Referred to theplatform favored the Ia'III. beforf they the Ileveolhim was thus secured beyond {jeradven- dllnl trllion., htul already Us-otue u
:Fierce, Mississippi i U H Taylor; Missouri, committee. '/vtn. blot 'resent evil and ireat danger, ndinfc ti.

'O'CamILel1i; t'lJ-.l..ka, J >;terliugllorton ; The chair announced that the first business tion.The chairman of the Texas tlr.The roll of Htatat has been ordered real lake ehs-lious irrt IIIIIht fi puhlU-
neo t'torr dew Haml-.hire, Indn"Wi in order wan the rejirt of the committee tell.ltlJttate.l beulaJlhuoUI the the
: nomination
led. the pinion hnmperiiig
second the
her de lre to al.1 wll'rLbl 1.11'to
credential and asked if it was readyto nlniuation
tutus Blodgett on t ,
Sew ;
Vreen ; Jersey on it. There b change their rulers, and
theplatform tuLllg
of Texas great ont.lon.
Mr. '
York John Fox 'North Carolina, Jno report. There was an interval of several Hancock; lutJhsll. tU/t niachine n-
i.New ; as he the nomination town to Georgia all the votes I.Ucl oldiiig; the > g government (
8 Henderson ; Ohio} Wm K Haynes ; Ore- minutes before there wa any repnve. He lancock. mue and irituate their power. It wul
'k son. }' I' Hogaii: ; Pennsylvania, John U Meantime the cliairinan ordered read a tcle- of the oldier- tatemaii Uanl'Ok. .


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my opinion in 1H70 that the opposition!! the eighteenth Illot. this being: the highest' this one must accordingly attend every day Russia was shot at by a man of '"I11lilol j hap I have never been, more so than I am
y j attempting' to change the tidministrationHeeded number of "otc C'at for any one rall-Iate. t"11 the company dutie The other two; by the name-of Petnxilk, in the to.datlhIgh my physical condition' prom-
to ; be special service, his at St. A who in health, I mu"t
include nt least two-thirds of the except a vote of \ for l lletnl tle may palace Petersburg. peasant 1"l contnulncc.'hie
n voters at the opening of the canvass!! in twelfth ballot, until the twenty-second, such as commissary)' or quartermaster's!' duties struck np Petroulk's pistol and so turned lning. hue ( five sons! at col 1.
j order to retain a majority the election which resulted in the unanimous !cleclol (n111 lalkr in a new post will he no the shot aside, ,and in all probability saved ( other, a tile academical. scholar, in
If after !such obstacles hint ,been overcome of Horatio Seymour.. sinecure,) or aln.llHe on courartal, or I the Kmpernr's: life, '\11 rewarded, with I title contemplation of the like, went the way ofall
and a majority of the people' had' voted to This nomination' of (ieiieral Hancock 1: searching lul be ; l'l' Ilf nobility and, the commission' of a (captain the earth, twenty-six )'car ago. .\1 the
' change the administration!! of their govern* an ('xcptolal\ one. Though our may be on o guarding the \U ) 111 the army. The month aftlr"anl. or, to !un'h'ot are !steady, temperate four
t inent, the men in office\ could. still procure n frt chOce the chiulruuni on train which brings supplies' to the post be precise' in May, IM'rfi.-Kugene: Cohen fired -1
r false! count founded upon frauds!, perjury' peerless llayard. IIti General Hancock ha or absent on the leaves which are granteafafter five shots at Itismurck!! while the latter was ,
and forgeries!, furnishing a pretext of documentary long been a fa\ witli the Democracy of continuous service. It is not infrequent walking Unter den Linden, in Italia, one ward like other empires: that have disappeared ) -i.1 I
"" evidence on \which( to base!! that the Union, and, as will be remembered. was for cavalry to be six or eight months!' on a of which struck and. slightly wounded 1 the 1, as this will, some time, maybe distant Ix
false count, and if such a transaction! were uur choice in 187U. Though he has been al ('al'\llin'wihout seeing 1 permanent t cnmp, great minister On June 10, 11i Prince none the less (certain. Thirst for spoils !
not only !successful: : but if after the allotments his life engaged in military service, and much It I !! where any of the ('lmflrtIf Michael of Servia, and !lads familywere will do it, It costs 1 IIjht. amount of
} of its benefits were made to its contrivers not hud opportunity to make for 1111'IcfIhe !' civilization can be fumed.'ith ""HII brutally tllrlcr'lln the park of To greenbacks to get a fat ofee strain for
r abettors and apologists!' by the chief reputation for \taiejlL1! which bodies' !! of troops!, where tlCf' are but peidcr. I In l.<*7 J"mark'/ was again the Presidency Iltcl"e. and the amount
beneficiary' of the transactions!! ; if it were enjoyed, still Ill by his win, magnanimous officers to form society f another, the attempted, this tllC 1111 the name of traduccincnt, can't be measured. Wl.1
;4 condoned. by the ,peopTe, a practical destruction and statesmanlike'L llillilrtiol' of Illlirl life becomes:> fearfully monotonous: and of W'sterwclieI' in 1474, yet again, this see. i
of elections! by the people would have in the department' nfl/oiHiana' and !, dreary. by Kallmann, at Kissengen. On Aug. As yon are but twenty-six, your journey ,!
been accomplished' once endeared himself to the South and. Old posts) are deserted and new ones 0, 187o, the President of the Republic of Las just begun. I hope it may be long and
The failure to install:> the candidates, chosen! showed himself' to be a Ualof extraordinary built so frequently)' that there is little dangerof Ecuador, Oabricl Garcia Moreno, was murdered "UC'I''Iful!' Your letter indicates a tender I
., 4 by the people, n contingency consequent l\'i U WCll"i military Cllpll.i .. He is: one officers or men stagnating; through idleness in the government house!! at Quito, te1ler l toward your hrln.rIn
upon no act or omission! of ,mine, and beyond 111 public ( hu made u rep- !, C\'l'l were Indian h'/hltlclll'IK' abundant. and in April, 1S77 I similar fate befell the \He I f'H"l.wi State over 2,< ) I
my control, has thus left me for the for sterling integrity and true man An ) Congress!!'! fur a President of the Republic of Paraguay On admitted annual andperhalseotoitewhim.
a last three years IlIelllItii now-when the tttlol which his enemies! cannot hope to new post does! lot represent, more than I May 11.1878. the (ierman, Kmneror watshot doc!! not ) ermine. I I is a hightrust
Democratic party, by its delegates in the successfully!! assail.In !! third of the real expenditure. The other at by Hoedel 1: and on June 2, less! than alonlh Many temptations beset The reat
!r 1 National Conventionnssl'mhle.lshallchnasc!' !' many respects he will lake a more two-thirds arc supplied In kind'-that I is to later, by Nobiling. receiving on the and Jrnollli1d safe guide, Do unto others
.u new leader-the. involuntary but m-cessa-!! available candidate at this!! juncture than say, by soldiers' labor. The money appropriation latter occasion, wounds by which his life ns "ol that others do to you," can't
ry representative of this momentous |1'I"It', would llayard himself. The nomination' of is only expended for.Midi thingsai was seriously endangered. oLin killed be disregarded with safety.We .
as such denied the immunities of private tlr/elt assures!! us 1 sectional campaign be the soldiers( cannot produce themselves.!' !! h I llf prison, while HO on see on exemplification of the utterances
life, without the powers, conferred by public yond, doubt, that being the only Politirtlstorkintrade They: cut the timber, run saw-tnills, dig: the scaffold. On October Oith, of the same of the greatest of civilians!, "The lawyer
station, subject. to unceasing falsehoodsand of the Radical Party Had drains, make bricks and mortars, carry hod, year an attempt to assasinnte the King of is known \ his clients, the doctor by
calumnies! fromthe partisans of an administration llayard 1 been nominated, therefore, his lellJ and plaster the inside of houses., The cavalry Spain was: made I by the Socialist, Moncas, 1 Ins patients!, all\ clergyman 1 bv his! congre
laboring in vain to justify: its a Southern man, ami his!! Dover "''tt man is fortunate if he can leave olf dig- who taken red-hundeil, paid with his life gation." It is the seine in all grades and ,
existence, I have, nevertheless: steadfastly 1 I6l would have doubtless been used against enough to groom his own horse the penalty of his' crime. Less than 1 month !spheres of life, whatever the calling. I very I I
endeavored preserve to the Democratic) him in the North with effect. Nothing of Frequently one man is detailed to groom, thereafter, November' 17th the life of King much appreciate your tn !''li\e. My[ respects
party of the United States the supreme' I isMUC !. this! kind can he urged against Hancock.' flclllnl, take to water the lI\C of !severalof Humbert, of Ialr. watemptecl by Pas- to yourself anal partner. A. (lnn!
before the people fur their decisons!! next His \ to the Union is unquestionable, his cllrall( The American soldier on sanante, was commuted THE compel a
\ [ the the frontier is certainly wonderful I being.He at hw instance!' to f1reK.Iht-Whrl you
November'llctlu'r: this shall be a government while distinction!! gained during war majesty's own one horse under
overshadows that of his! I is!! at most times day laborer, 1'chy' ; Last vcar, U just tU
by the sovereign: people' through;: elections completely Republican 1 will perpetual imprisonment. : of the in order to sustain the
in his bearing and \ in his dress. His be fresh 'in I the all the Emmtl top colar. : (
or a government by discarded. :servants I Cr'II Mobilicrite opponent.t Absolutely ; !slovenly 1lor.f less above its natural ,
holding over by !force( anil fraud ; and 1 1 haveIvilhitch nothing can be said. against standard one good !suit' must be !saved' ; forguard mounting >cror of Russia had two narrow escapes from 1 and then, !hold them, thin contracted\place
no !sacrifices and. neglected no opportunity bearer.' He also 1 is a mal "withoutfear when his! turn ('OJC or for inspection! death ut the hands of his Nihilist!' subjectsand .
these muscles
to uphold' organixe and consolidate I- and without reproach," amid will makea 11111111.1 nature of :- uniuilitary vocations theclosingday' : of the old year witmieaseJthe harm., on If !' don't believe soon produces it, watch great the
against the enemies of representative President' who \, restore its ancient dignity uses up his Il1lforlll'fl"tcrlhll1 his clothingallowance latest!' essay :at regicide at present! on ;you and 1
animal look his am
institutions the ;great party which' \I IIloIU',till. and lustre to the American republic.Mo ('11 tlcl. He has little record-the aUllt of Otern to shoot the ; can't at misunderstand!! eye* that('II.tiw('. See

der lad, can effectually resist their over ) ; heartily, tllt'fore, do we unite our or no real drill, and : h'cl known to go King nnd ( II Spain.-.Mimchrstef N.- him sure you his on one side, and
throw. voice with the masses' throughout into action without Ireviotshyhavingpulhsl' I miner, curry h'llllllrolul
I side. Now
Wintield the trigger of his rifle I' I lie has not the mien thl'l IWIrllJI on the other "
Having, indeed. borne faithfully my full the country in cheering for S. How Ktsn ix Tin Foun- in moment will see him throw his i +t
hare of labor and care III public 1Il'n-In'IlII.1 the able (j'II'rl. honest man true or I'larilj of a soldier-in military parlance, Ti. 'n"nU:1 1 you
i three
Jall'o'k. his nobles in froi1t. he or
: king nose as high R can
wearing the marks of its: burdens, 1lcl is
so much' as an honorable discharge.: States of Atnericu.-Nnrruumnh S'enf.WII.UM spite of this tr'atmelt-whkh : but they also all thc When takeoff
( carriages. day long
I wish to lay down i the honors and 1 toils of virtually 1 breach: of contract by the government gives a ,. .1sc(1 Nothing luxury the check, he down his'O.I head I
even a quasi i party leadership and to ,seek II. I'SII"I: of Indiana. lot since the recruit is led suppose .ctl.r.letwftherucl1'ulhrou. civil ]low, and show in wi face hang sense!! of relief
the repose: of private life. In renouncing: countv, ,August t '.'7, ts:J : on his!! enlistment that he I is to hcaxoldierand ( lt of : 1 ml
t hilallu. life than the these which I am sure cannot :<
the reiiuiiiinutic.n for the Presidency' I do so co)1' ion ; is a !successful' not a laud I carrier-'1 spite of his: rarely chines. The I I'tr'tnr t had four hl'U11), !!, The long wastes you the nnlrrtll1
the of Indiana ; being his l or shown how to ) tll'm wlrl I'trall lu.ct'1Iwll'r.
with no doubt in mv mind as to vote of Ilw 11:4II'cl Speaker Legislature ( taught I profession and three four harnessed in single that
or hlr : m 1
1'orkur ( become !skilled' in or horsemanship i the .ll't'-I Iglholow 10W Il
/ the State of New of I the TuttedStates ) I ; nlemberof'tingress( L si3-ll.: ; I anus file of them ridden t collar.
; one was by postil n ju
American soldier is subordinate, quick to 1
but because: I believe! it 1'4" renuiuia- I ion armed I with' a whip with a short handle The London. ILirse-book : "The | !
lion of reelection of I the l'residviiey.1'alhow I : I I I. I, obey J'wh'ill ('XI'Illlt.' uncomplaining 1:1,
.1 ISII.ISJ and !several' lloni. Solid beams rested on check-rcilt I is a useless!! and painful l'IH'II'hrHI"
and. capable of brave
who think nomination reelection' liltlIH
great the axles, with round like introduced l retained
indispensable\ ) !! to an effectual'' vindication of I'ItuNTii.u Fut.E.-.111 Interesting paper: and t trustworthy in ld 111. uttnuicl1'114 Ih.11 trulk. I this! til: the by thoughtlessness II\'auivlll :"
the rights. of the people' to elect their rulers, from III)1'01 of Captain has reached middle. his exposed life begins 01 'I'rlf'I'1 Iritlhlcl
will in the
violated in I have appear age "
my person 11'' l'rolll.r 1..1) extreme in details I in
although was elegance a :> : 'riIIU1'
a rl'II'n'l' of my doclson as possible,!!: hit intern"'''/ 11'(11'; fr .11)I 1 Captain,l t I BOlih l to tell upon l him. The (cavalry, being The Ih'f'wheels were overlaid. with ornament nary word, the tin check-rein"II"I. says lessens the horse's!'
I cannot t to enter knowing his mounted, are IlIlh.,1 to do most t toe 1
overcome my hl4hu.llall"IJlllllIitil..r ; lpOI I't ,, and the !< theyappruachcal strength, brings disease, )" him in
frontier Some of the lnkl'I" Oi amid
the of scouting. arealso
into a new engagement. l' four !' infantry
} n'f"IIIII'C f'l 'lIlII the outer rim, form of a pointed' pain, frets injures!' his mouth, spoifs his
'' years of ('(ceaseless toil. ( ('I'rl lle'4ll several of Iris ('( itpaigus. IIIlullte.l, especially the Firth Infantry.Infantry arch sides. !! of the carriage temper."
The dignity of the olllee is \ he, asks!' do we by the 'in such cases may; simply be classed!' ; Ih00.1l'1 \.t.
1.j'lIlal II'UI painted: I and I glided' and the, inside!! was: hung Ur. Fleming Veterinary of the
above a Il"l1': I Ilhi but, it frontier? and what by frontier folk' He M ('I\'llry. though armed I with a better with the beautiful, tapestry so (' in I/ondon', says lrgenl:> : I |
01101 Royal Jninel'1 Xllthllj
creates in ; I illusion is n'4IL answers : \veolun-the long Iprlllh.11 rile. Marchesin I
i .
111' \1111' t that ago. The seats covered with embroidered can than the cierk- UI
great for good'I to the ( 11111 n', as Ii' The'4 came: into vogue wl"1 tolcr- I the middle 11'1 rOi too often.In Wl't'which, it was pos ihle is extremely Iore cruel.u.1 It is not only the Ill'I,1UI,11Clk I
j i'' -said. Jo\'r in the: nomination. well ". marked 1 the onset ofdvlllllllt ii instances, the troops'' must march l1.llll'l.OI "
ago atilt lal\
\'lr: .III"4 to take ( posture ; there were tflt but from head to
I ,', from WI'II. and all beyond I' I { (,;) ', rations allllh..1111 from lighting ; I I !ul'r. .
t""IIII.I: I pillows' in the angles I us if II provoke\ sleep, bis tai, from : to bis hoof, he
fresh!' experience, how great a difference ':". Vet tu-dty, with set tletiI'hitsseatteredall fires lest the smoke may give warning to and, !' windows Iu ng \with silken curtains or 1 less"
there is 1 1,11\, gliding through; an ollicialroutine I over tho'Tcrrltoli('", the the Indians whom they are pursuing, and. : !'I'llt., the sides of the carriages. It Tin eminent John _\l Mcllride, Professor
out u reform of ,hrase loses none of significance. this with the thermometer, many' degrees I 11'r,1 (
1111 WOlktJ sys I 1111 was noble ladies tran'lll. their of medicine anal in
temand i impossible for .Ito/10 as ("' below zero. As the IIIlol is us us 1 veterinary IlIrJl.rr
I I rllphlmlIIJol'llllllllr slender forms encased in tight dresses which the Royal Agricultural! :
bear to leave his and little tol'gl
contemplate needs to be' done in the er than t peculiar Will.r quarters defined all of the lady The "Could these speechless' answer the
without anxious ii vihratwltnett, certain characteristicmode expects the approach of his' foe, such expeditions (
< an noble in his do toss
1 ,
ll'.J 'rnll.lllill"lrlllll young as closely (011111.,1 ju- inquiries(!! Why you continually
'IC! llilh'ulle: of the undertaking. of life. It docs not bring to mind, are 1t1 IWI'I'"lul, if a 'hlu/.ard': I JHHI, regarded, biscompanioii with a complacent \nllr heads while standing in the harness!? '
If IUIIIII sull'rages of my' countrymen those prosperous: colonies whose lands sur does lot hall'l'l' air, if of good be laid. bare do you mil your mouth", shake )
The it i is termed, in Montana Ill ht'lll your
to attempt this work, I shall endeavor \'cn.t, secured by good! legal titles and freed as! his heart to her in rvl phrases headand 11 your heads back toward
f with (1,1'/!, lidpto' be thccfftclcnt instrument ; danger, of savage: ; iIlII'o.I-, have a permanent and. Wyoming or the norther, as it 1 is known we find I III the romantic Ihllol literature\ The lady, sides-they' "would uhisss'er.111 this v
in New Mexico Arizona and Texas!! is I your
of will. work of ren population +dy'eiigagemliii founding a
IIllr 11'11 hl alter the fashion is done to get relief from the
o\'allolll''r many years II: and which I of [Indian blows for some three days!! and' smites everything {
of to
U'lirl "systems lolh'I'joI darl' I'n'ltlol' (101) her ('nhrowlwl!! stray hairs, listens with and I our 11'1. bent by tight bridles and
would cheerfully have / all that remained scattered I camps and I < that is not under cover. It.thc troopsare : countonce and a smile which' gleams galling
(to me? ,;1 health and IiI', is now, I white 1111( are fringed ; to lands which, spared' this hli/x.ard they may strike open ray of sunshine., Hut meanwhile the The "i., of that excellent and able.

fear, hl'IIIIII" strength.With though legally: open (for !!(tl'lt'lt. are 1'01' their wl\ foe, who has ('\i.le,1. them all l'h'lkl1 creak: the horses' hoofs;grate upon the work, .TIll Horse in Health and Disease,"
unfeigned thanks for the honors stantlyImlr11aredln Indians!! ; !strange, 1\1 punish him, with no othercasualties
!llllr I If"t stones, the machine moves on in a series of alter lli'cu.II} length the, 111'hll.f doneby '
bestowed upon me" with I heart swelling shiftingcu11nnaititiis which sometimes, likeJuua11'ii than those 11'lrr.1 from fro/en. jolts, ick'ng' fast, in the rater almost overturned I the check-rein closes with these! words ;
and. and l'it' the t irttueaf, battle. ,
with emotions ofgratitudeto the Democraticmasses spring up in a night only to "
olr.l. fll'N in crossing ditch, IlIti which it falls 'II 0 sum up ( ) of the gag-
for the support which they hategivemi wihr away 111 day." The 1'llt! with their long hair fancy back with a heavy 1 It is : to bearing tie 'OI"Il1I'I'S I' the
necessary agony
H'h' clothes! and to tell lies, tho thuol n'llI-i Int1lto 11tl'I 01
t tn the cause I n'Jr""I'ltI. and their I 1 on whole l'Oldlllll'l that ability saiu.tutasst. utter tho t long Y1I; 'l from 1 Mort d'Ar-1 horse, aliol of his! muscles,
confidence' ill every. 111'rl'I'II'\ I remain.your "1'1 if social distinctions are lot very line the cattle hl'r.I1 and other described.typical,\ t 11 r" I in aloud I voice, I if they are to bo III rl 1 aid by making him nnd miserable.sp .
: frontier .
fellow-citi/en, among these people I happy. are pleasantly "
h1111 ar. l1'011. I This, trilling necessitysnttices: to destroy "nls his temper..
SXMt'M.: J. Tll.l'KX.: Here we have the ('1'i izatul. charm of the t sentiments ; so many It wOIIII1t, I be to a volume
pushing on from one point to I published,1 at I III ll. lnrlll li
I 1I011lr Hl.t
HtlIIW.4.1:1'r shocks allot and when presented with quotations I frol t th k i': l
their life. He may ht'l farmer, I "mail1r CII l.t the known attempts! I by the knight, it has lu4t its ami 1 American veterinary litIr(, lrolI'UI 1
1 < 11..111. I'n11 I SCOTT 1 HANCOCK.This l 1( I agent," a 1 trapper l 1 I horse, t Ihl.f. There at assassination r hit have been made since" I possession of such a ft'' l'rfull.TIl I authors all showing that the ( beck-rein i>

1 : distinguished t gentleman I I whom t the are no u .('rill IIa'r'l'uaIuuut il their society. lS5oundor the heading "Itecont liegicides.' I was by will, cruel and l mi'+I'hlc\III" Xot one word can
National 1 Democratic Convention Ime, on Th'dlll"1 is cither' "alll.I'lt I'I' a tl'rl which, bow\\expressive, is scarcely ; Irllt'I'IIIXIt'' J\'alla"I hcquatjicd. On Sep- bo found. in Ih1 II support of it.-!>!"
( the second ballot, placed in nomination for tleman": or a liar and hO.l. I lo.cI accurate, inasmuch us the compilation' teitthcr2lEIiialeth: do Iturgh, Lady\ l.e\rs, In (vIrl'ffiuIIIM.P .
President of the United' States, was horn, inMontgomery I thieves are hanged."In cludes 11"I1't'un the lives of magistrates I { wrote her last wishes i to her tf
1 i ( February f.I'I. homicide the frontier as coin- and 1Ial'11'1. us well as on the lives of oldest'Iar' daughter, ".Im in-Hntci<111111t "rlI'r.., ,+Ill ('11.111.: OF 11\-11: reply to MA. I'
'UIIII1'II.'Illa. 111
i 14, IS:.'!& II Ihe ) year al he.graduated red I with purse stealing, U. I peccadillo.The princes 111.1 ,potentates. The first l'rilll recorded :' fttjirlrt i/uiyH," (\lr great coach fl'r with itshangings J., on page "J.>1 wi 1'111 my rule for
the thief in this is the made in bleaching cotton chloride, lime
1 at United States Iiitln' ( horse hat a I".IIIH'lll; alitgntlteutll' register ntrl.t and ) In the twentieth "I :
..1'a''I. ', at West Point, ami for years .II 111 11r"I' the May: is."xt), hI I\r"t.lalial, :nld.l c. to the reign l'l"hlln".I of Richard I II., Roger Ron- which I have used for 'I'U" with best
after entering the army be served) on frontier man who slays his fellow in a ; but shoot' the king l't. cry of \lr.1(' '. Lhs( ) for ( success:
duty. Afterwards he in Mexican if it ;grasps' th'e; stcalcr of a purse mi the prai- lh'rtflll'ull" On June''Sth of the "amI'"lr Isabella, and in I 'urrlallillh'w.1ror For live i>ouiids of cotton goods, take
I war, where, though still P'rH,1 a very tl young lie' or of a lon from I the herd 1 his, last allyhas ; ., 1 retired Lieutenant of IMward: Clm"1 lll.'s reign, Master: Ilxtl received twelve ounces of chloride Ifllil dissolve
r M.IU, he won high distinction I : having: beenhrevctted come. he always has the chance of; "sun, struck the Juccn of Kngland with !1,000 for the chariot' of ( jOlldl: the lime in :small '1lllir water
and of; miltue -an assault, but not t ana E'a. ; when cold, in a sufficient
I U! Fint Lieutenant tor 1:11111111\1 escaping I capture playing r U cane certainly, nor. Such 1 sums were enormous" "IIH' !trall oil
Jlrilrloli 1 l'OIIIl1 at CIII t'rll 1 I'runtirreitirsIha "'Nt of 'd"llt gentleman' ault with intent to kill. October, l.S.iL', the fourteenth century the atrn e' price( ofan 'Iualtt. III'wurlll wah'l to immerse the

t1 \ (. _\fl'r the war was ended he again a on his earnings ", reimbursing himself in I 1 conspiracy to blow up 1011. NajHiIconitltau '' ox was I l.'ls.: I IJd.I of a sheep N. 5d., and of ". Fir-t boil the goods in.stroiigsuds ; I
served on West ern frontier tor several professional I way ; ami h<> may ('Olitlll' in \\ Ilfl'rlalllulIII'' containing;.: liiioprojoctile a cow Its!> M., while a fowl cost. penny.Compare then rinse in clear water and put into thechloride I
Y.t yean and was, from IfCi'J to the outbreak of this career t' if suspected.: he wa.fltrah'tl l by the activity of this with the price of Queen I Klea- water, keeping it there from ten to J

&j 1 our civil war, Quartermo-stcrof.: uf I/llth.t docs not ply his vocation I in those communities the police. On February 17, liy District California.' the breaking I ; out which I he honors with his prre'cure of ,\l.trla was stabbed in the back by IIr'l lllrlot.-.Yt'/ Quarterly! rin.thoroughly. I consider it a :saving ofIlle

of the war, in he \rivalled to Wash Whl'l not engaged in Irl"I''lItll1 his business. I Hungarian shoemaker of the name of PUUTICIXU I:t\-TI REE.-TIlOLoWiston and labor every !111) to make garments -
ington. and on ISil. i'td: September, lsil) 1, was Personal vim 1111t. Ill'IIOn the 5th of Julv following I i Me., JfHI says : TI..Ui At wood, for the family ( ( if necessary -
made Hrlgadir-h lHrul of Volunteers. He I (' to instances where it is t for the '011'utl'lt 1 was made, on the life of luau s Iv-q.) of .\uhur. a few day* since, clippedfrom ) for or.lllarrwar of unbleached mus
took an active part in t the 1 peninsula campaign Iprofit of the aggres-sor.; The traditional free Napoleon .tray to the (Oin-ra) Comique. tho Lewiston Jutirmil a little \paragraph Jn. "rflre i Is wet, as I think i ,
;; under 1111'Jdlanuul also in the. subsequent tight or killing I man at sight is rare, probably On March 3>I. 1S5I. Fcrnandmand Charles stating in substance that in Rochester, N.. and sews very much la"ll'r-llnwlligor
I campaign in Maryland, where hedistinguished much rarer than in tlieStatthwest.Reiitan III., Duke of 1'lnl. was stabbed by, an unknown Y., .\ iibbs, }':.,., aged ninety-three )"Clt. l'OUnC for shrinkage. Thel al
i himself in the "aUll'.f$'utli\ the head of navigation on the Missouri hU1'1 Part of the dagger remained, l W.L. still in tl lral.tke of his profession together, according tin above ltt'.tnn ;
I' J Mountain ami .\ltl tam, and won hitiommission was I the place where, according to the 'in the \\lriih i indicted' and the Mr. .\Iwoo. .11' pasted' upon .\ hour or two at most would trallforl
as Jlajur-( Hea' afterwards story, the early lowll'Iitor lt the barroom Duke died after twenty-three hours of terrible I a .lld If and sent i Mr. Ulh'III. many: pieces into snowy white garment-,
placed\ in ommul,1 il'llrl of I division i at 1 be 1reit been swept out, l.xpr'.s.l'l 'III TIl lilmll'rl'r l''a1"1 In .I dro': In 1.lll'r days he t''cn'l ) which i is less tedious' > than exposure to the
\ and I Chaneellorsville, and Ids surprise, although he knew I the soil lobe 1S.V5, the Italian, Pianori, shot the I. ing remarkable. kl'r, it-town explanation sun, and more satisfactory!' )' than having them
t i l"Ilh'rlbhlrc prominent at the battle ofiiettysburg good for vegetables, at the excellence of its French Kni: |'eror in the 'lIi'rll' garden.In : I half worn before they are really white. I am
d! I ; where hw was the dll'lh'j'r. fruit, jl.IIII1 from the large size of the March, I IIi, a $ IIlf name of Il.11E.nn. May 15 IssO l always very particular to have the gt'o.lstiuruughlr
and "right hand man" of 11'1.1; grapes 1a\I'l the floor, Whl'l he was informed l Uaimond FI"lt.was arrest ed just a> he was TtiM-in ..IU'Ui.I1' rinsed. I usually go through' '
In this, Ihl really deciding of the 'Itrm'r. lucia ey'es'! the results in the act of a pistol ut his sovereignand Your Itlr of the :lams of April ishere the process of boiling, etc.that'II'
' execution of his murderous design I am atIJn.N1 in the free from particles' of the lime
war, he was severely for a of the previous evemltug'sailltN'mt'lt \.t the : ; II'II any whichmight
time, incapacitated for active duty. Fur his in two visits to Ih'ltol the writer "\ ltI prevented. On December *. in the sumo I J'rinl''llll', I never sought; t notoriety! but injure the fabric. I have never had
I gallantry during this campaign,he !uh.ciuently. the' loa-st sign \'jull'll'e even in uinn>cment your, F'r.lnIIIL.' King of the Two Sicilies' "'lI" my 101 l'nlhkl.. to gl\"t any it, so I feel safe to recoMmend
on the kith of May !*;,! although he \011 be sorry to have was ulul'kl.llt f\'il\\\one of his own me more than my '. [ health its Use.-Our. {Country Grilelo" j '
i the thanks of Congress. rl.lHtl some Ikltulil.' Ir111 camp; at night !Ulil't. wh.\\ullle1 with his bay' i h ;u> sound us ut uny time of my life, for {

,. Having, t<) great extent, recovered from if II hunt' ,' Itt well guarded or to 1s-'? the Italian un"lirtol':4. I aught I know. 1va slender 1nl1 I was NEW YOKK, June Jl.-Cen. Hancock rewived -
the ctlVct of I lib wound, he. during theWilderness thl'lll the prairie without sutlitlentPruttrtiun baldi, Uartolctti. and lirelli,arrived in Paris thirty.'. I have been :close.. ant kept tlt following ('ol"rtu1atortd(
of Kmpcror : \\ the decision of our courts, agreat afternoon
campaign of 18(11( again yanerrluetive l with the .intenti U murdering tl up gr.1u'
service, and on several uci'4.ioiu won When fliev get u chance tn sell out at uI'rotit but fell into the hands of tIl Wilier amount of business, never was rich. I cordially' congratulate )"Ol onnur. iioiu. .
fresh.honors lie served l in this campaign, whether it be a mine 1 1:111. or a ,beforetheir design could he carried into tX-I ''(' patronage is "11 From my ination.Signed.
under Srant, June 111, ISO I, when hU farm they ,I.) M> at once un.1 "l'l ecution. On Jauuarv II, of tit( Jlowlllt I youth have) entertained u f..lnt.for theprofession. ( ) S vMCKt J. TILDE.
t wound broke Ult afresh and he was fi>rce'lt 'into the witl They are a proud i\eople and year Orsini, (IUIUCA l' ri. and Hulo. I The first cuso I engaged in wo 1 have just thrown you our vote 1 1
1 f I *. however, rendered uliIlr"it'l', tJmsh'1 .\ touri-t is ,culled 1 "tender- KmprcKs: vvithbombshelUuii their I'' She vas Hiieil for kiln (1IIIIIt'l' ( \\'ILL A. W\L\C'E
and took part in several Ih. i is very scathing. If 'II retort way U> the t>j>cra. Their Jlj "tl1"'ulII Father was Justice l'l''( I was the | Senator Pennsylvania.
;tl, nf November, when he was:,Ullt'ull.1 to1Vashhtgtuit by calling the nomad a Missoiirian,' with some klightiiuitusioiis, but more than I,, c'U.t'l to address the (court 1: i please I Hon. lalc1lugll.r'.. u Pennsylvania,
to organize the first corps of you have tlldlJ bottom in the way of in I one hundred i-rson of their escort were i I )your Wurhip.ferUa Illnttr' hallcjl' t I sent the I are our nominee..
*. sult. The miners 1111nL"I".tlr.' i .he finds I killed and WIIII"1 In IKvember, INto.; cd, I oll'm'l] tht ) ; ; VW send congratulations' ,
r veteran After the close of the war he was ,placed l much more a reciibleela.-vs. \. farltr. I, mother[ Ith'Ult 01 ,' life of Napoleon saving may it Alta eY our tW< A///>," Sjt-c- Senator O. White, of Mary
successively in command l i>f the Middle Delurtmeut .\ peculiarity I .of the growth of the mushroom made. by of I Italian. .ashus-ins. The tutor laughed l. mv client .mil.l. [but 1 went and, tdl 3111nj"kner congraulitiuiis
the Department of Missouri, of frontier' fitics is t the early a11r'uriuer'of | uttempt failed. Ullllll woulducmurdcrcrs.were on, unaware of the lau.e. 'Ihl judgment; to the next l'l'.I\lt of the States"
Louisiana and Texas, of U.kutu. and on the lawyer on the 'Jluw I these legal captured. The saiao )'c the then I l was .no cause of action. I chal'l nothing. I (eneral Joseph E. Julm l of
of<; wounded I'i.tnl- lI This in "' I began UHigre-w from ,
the death of general Meado in Noveml, limbs manage to Utl''r i 1 Queen wave, wa> by a II..urll LfJr sent fol
1372. of the Department l of the Kust. In the told wih'ill'ut fl..lnrh\' s hot tired, by the student, lki.i Democratic[ National Comi-ntum held 1 in the Uf'lot iltr. lith of April. IvSV, President IJnoolii was to a fault. itla:J
York in July, 1tl S. he was a It is 1,'uUUlon to IUI'f"L.that murdered ut ForU' 'fhcatf' Washington, :I I t'W111e this morning that t'hief Jtuticei Senator 1lllullh. of New Jersey, telegraphed -
dew the Presidential nomination,cant.iI,1l' in army oUlcvr on the frontier I idle I"l the_actor, lt.h ; and N'.r'laaN I i I Church, of our Court of .tplacala, died suddenly I : I 31) congratulations. New
far first ballot 33) votes out of 317, whichnurubergrudually life, Rarely 1 more than one of the three ilangeroiuly woumliil by\m aix-omplitv. 0 vestenlay. TbeadiuouitionU forcibly J ','Illn? stall b-v you as "
on the with it and the : of 'J 1 i mind, I 1W ye also Per Jid' the thtuir"
increased Ultte$} on I jttieer of 1 fumpuny) paWut yetrliteraluusttoa day, Kuiporor bruoh t r"dt by Revolutionarv hens'


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( AITILIL TO THE VKOPLi: OF sUe:of the:.. I tiod great has rllIl1ril'nf made the United the world States, and one J- & T. ,KYDD J.vrKsoxvtU.E, FIA., March' 1(1. In7!11.O0 .

FLOKIltA.The to f"I'Illll'r and after this! date: Trains on this Komi:
Jacksonville District i Conference' of crowded Europe; wants i population, : our *surplus. If we corn pervert (Soil's: ('en'. Vnfcr lull) Second Sis.. rrKXAM: : >l :\ .\, ri.OKIMA, will nut as follows :

the M. 11.; Church .South, at the ses-ion.. held precious! gins, he may CUIMthe ground' constantly adding to their stick of Staple inul Fancy PAY PASSEXflEK; (Kxcrrr: Canty.: )
at UVilla, Flurhlal'ri' 2-24: I$MI, orderiil nr'send blight\ m : ) \
committee MX, of withhold the rains:!, a ni Leave .lal'k! 1 the appointment' ufa ( our promising )harvest! Held,*. YY vt;< ;< ;< ; ooo( ooo)( PPPP) ) sssssM5RRR : : : : ........... SW:\
which the Presiding Elder should be hair* the i-f )PPPP\ ) ) 1MJR{ : : Leave Baldwin, ...... ........ : .t. M.
it duty
to nit whin.1 of the people of I Government has the right 'and sale PPPPP) : YY'Y (inIHHi; < ;< ; ( man l-'litritla, prepare the importance of a reform in the state to prohibit manuf.nture evil( the 1)1) )1)1) RR YY YY (ii;( (iO 00 OO( tot) OO PP) PPSH Live Oak......... ......... ......... Lio:< r. M.
the sale,and on use of intoxicating drink, and I of that which works so mmh 1)1) 1)1)11thR{ YYY o IHI(1( ; ( \( nil ( III) 00 lIB! )PP SSSSSSPP S.H: .\rrh'l' at Savannah::: .1:15* : I'. )1.
s nf securing: the of a Ijocal (Option people. be : PP\ hall! UR: YY Ili i< I tititl i ; ; OO) (ot) OO\ OO(I )PP)) PP : : Leave Savannah....<..................... 1'11"1.M.; .
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iMvt'' by passage the LegNhiture of 1MSL But how shall "local option"{ accomplished 1)1)1)1)1)\ \ HI IR: YY (IilinliiCi; ; OOOOO OOOOO( IlImll1) ) : :- :t: LeaveLive Oak........ .................. 5i): r. M.
Liquor ) l it in tone
The undersigned constitute! that committee ? Let th"I''l'll'll'III1I11,1! them bring to: 1)1)1)1)) ill mi YY U\iCiliU; ;<;i; 000 (ooo ))1111):4\ :; : : Leave lakcCity .......................... 5.00: ) r. M.
: that cannot be refused," Let .. ............. 7:05 1'. M.
and the following i is the addressthey and 1 Lcavo Baldwin ......... ;.. :
1rM ; bear 'Udlll of moral !sentiment( Clothing. Hals! ('nl).! Hoot! Shoos! ele.DRY .*
t oiler. l'nrl'full"HI"hleratioll : pressure Arrive nt Jacksonville: ................. SI: ) ) 1'. M.t.1Llii..lNl1
to \ )
wit h'tlll".I't
:;;L: your public opinion:'! cannot be !
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elected will supportthis
wtftizeiu; vfthe Mate of Florida : I :such legislator! be its:
measure.We I L PRICES. U-avo Jacksonville....................... fi:30::! r. M.Uavo .
United States ha"I1:<- YORK HE'rA
The liquor trall'io in the :'! seek not to cluinge anv man's political( GOODS AT! NEW White House..................... 0:15: r. M.

LI !'lIl11l'tll'I\llrIllOWl and alarming of the proportions.According Commissioner I opinions'e) desire: all citizens to work ---- Leave Baldwin............................ 7:00: r.1.; .
;t / to the report through their own parties to secure this, end Leave Parbyville.......................... 7:25:: 1'. M.
i'h : of Internal Revenue United States, there were man the which is no party measure, but I is, for the JT iJ" Agents: for )PK\: ux. Orders promptly attended to.rvSANB011N Leave :Sandorson o.......................... 8.07: 1'. M.lAave .
r factored in the during! good of all the people.It .. Ol! irr' ; year eliding June :'M! 17 increase, 71HKfi2l! :! of: gallons Ift,7t. > I is, time that religious\ men should be & HOYT IA'ltV01It. Carrie......................... : *. >t.
of spirituous liquors, an of the preccbing heard In public\ affair The friends of Arrive Lake City......................... \III\ : 1'. M.
.VW; gallons above the product morality and religion are in the majority. U'nvi' Live Oak.......................... 2.1": .\. :M.
'This year. made 5,44'J.! licenced They ,will no longer l>e pilcnt. They are :SF.CONP STREET, NEAR CEXTRE' Arrive Tallahassee...................... < :((.HA.) M.
: liquor and was much made by; by \illicit\ establishments going to make their participation' ( ill \\tolitic ArrUe Albany............... ..............1o:4.t:. M.
distilleries ; of which was hundreds said to a matter of conscience.! They\ will not surrender vvnotKsviK .,sn nmr: \tt. Arrive Savannah............... ........... "):0 A. M.
their rights to party ring IIllstl'l1Il1n.l Ix-avc :Savannah: .......................... 4:30:: J'. M.IA'U'I' .
exist To make this liquor it took 13IV3T4i! grog-shop: }politicians.Local !' GROCERS SHIP: CHANDLERS Albanj' ............................. 4:00: P. M.
bu hels of 2,83.M,133! bushels! of rye, and option i is our right. Citi/ens, let us Leave Tallahassee ....................... M: 1'. M.
!< corn. of mollnsses! besides all the have it. i4c ve Live Oak....................>..... 2:15: A. M.
:S01,307! made gallons into brandy. >Ve appeal to the ministers! of the gosEcl! AM UKO.KUS IN Leave Lake Citr .......................... Jiij: : A. M.

,' fruit All this liquor was made fur the people toY of all denominations!' especially, to the ministers '" .*' -'M *- R "-". Leave Mt. Carrie......................... 4:114.: M.
r drink and nearly all "to drink a.s a be\'crape. among the colored }people.; Use the! *_. -' IIKIC'K I I.nil: I KIT. Leave! Olustee.............................. 4:10: $ .\. M.
;4 ." influence: of your position in this cause. I III/\.1 I I I ( I111R N I' I I! OATS I I' -J I -I' '.- Leave Sanderson.......................... fi'J: ) .\. M.
To get this liquor to the consumers, thereare Temperance is legitimate pulpit theme. (.> J j,-? Leave Parbyville.......................... r>:5-' .t. at.
in the United States 4,2ryJ: wholesale dealers Let the pulpit give no UIII'l'rtllll"ound.. U-ave Baldwin" ............................ 0:40: A. M.
and 155,8.r)0 retail dealers. Of this army We appeal to all Christian men h)' their -- Leave White House! .............. ...... 7a':\ A. W..lrrive .

of ,retail dealers 41!) arc In our own State.That loyalty to Christ! and their love of. humanity A LAma: STOCK OF I'I'mmI.WAY:4) : : OX HAXP. Jacksonville.................... 7.V: ) A. M.
there is licensed retail dealer to help its.1'e Train Sleeping Cars.
is to say, n realize the On Mall and Express
\ toil who curse {)
400 inhabitants. appeal men and from Jacksonville and
er in the State ofI'ioridatoevery this movement. run through to
of Intempcraiu-c to rally to Savannah also: Lucas Sleeping Cars rim
noble the moothen. 219lyAKLINGTON : ;
{r, The people pay into the treasury of the We appeal wives! sistersumd to our daughters women of- our citizens NURSERIES. through to and from Jacksonville and Tal
a'4 United States annually $(,0HOoO) as direct their influence in this cause. lahassee.FERXAXPIXA.
-to use
' tax spirituous and malt liquors, besides EXPRESS; : : ((1)itv.iU'uve )
We appeal to the }press of the State to commend -- ,
;-4 M : State and local taxes. They nearly pay one this billion tax for of tins measure, and to open their columns Jacksonville.......................11:15: : .\. M.

>: the loll privilege annually spending] over the); counters of theliquor for its discussion.: : TIUU-ICAI. ...NKMI-TIIO1IC'AI< 1''it111'l'1'It1ES: ; ROSES: 1>K('I1)., Arrive Baldwin..........................l&Itt:: r. M.
t < ''r dealers, for intoxicating drinks Fellow-citizens: we cannot free ourselves! Arrive Fernandina....................... 3:10: p. M.Icave .
The direct cost: of Honor to the people of from responsibility} ; we dare not say it is no UODN and KVKlltmEEN: SIIIUHIS and .'I.O\\'ERI\G I IAXTS.XEWANO Fernandina.......................10:30:: .\. M.
I the United States:, would wipe out the na affair of our. wed\ the men who make Leave Baldwin............................ 1:20:: r. )f.
1 tional debt in less than three|years, and ever our laws. They are enacted the name of ,, -- Arrive Jacksonville ..................... 2:35: P. n.1'assengers I
thereafter good school in everyfi"1 the name of the \people1of Florida. Theyare for Fernandina and Cedar Key
community support of our entire a l country promulgated by our authority. TheWord CHOICE; .\HI 1<:TII.'I: Itmlded Orange Tree )1.\( HI.:: A SPECIALTY. take this train. No train from Baldwin to

-Reliable authorities tell us that when we : of fiod says : "Woe unto him that Cellar Key on Sunday.CONNECTIONS. 'r
his drink that puttcth the with A. (;. tW.
take into consideration the amount of money givcth neighbor -- .-At Baldwin ,
necessary to protect society ulmt the bottle to him, and luakcth him drunkenaNo. I. T.: R. R., for Cedar Key, CJulnesvillw I
crimes caused! by drunkenness:and to punish ,." And this curse will surely rest on us ,;frtVSend for Descriptive! Catalogue.( and Io't'rlltlllllillll,111111 all points Xorth muttVest
the criminal( the money necessary to sustain if men are licensed! to make drunkard, and ,\. ..111-11'1'; I. DWELL,. \ ; at I.nk'l'it\' 'Tallahassee, .Albany
y the lunatics made bv intemperance Cut we utter no word, make no effort, cast no .IACKSOXV1LLE: FLA. I'IIL"IIIIIIUh,1I1111: all points North and West ;

'p least one-half of that unfortunate clans), thenude vote against it. Chairman. 1 tf _____ at Jacksonville with St. Johns River Steam
T. W. MOOKE, -- -- -- 0- MCELROY;
expended in relief of the widows! and 'no. J. s. ,
orphans) of drunkards: dependent upon pub- C. I E. POWMVN, ii. ..:. IM>TH.UIIC.f I it. M. IIIMHIISO\, ".. M. PAVIIWON, Master! Transp'n.,
and{ other items of expense 1. ATKIX, Superintendent.I
lie charity _
or private _
incidental to the sale and 110 of intoxicating R.: II. BvtlNKTT, A IAXUFATU1MN( ? \xi FURXlSIMXflI : .

drinks, it costs! the American pco1 .1..1. RrssF.LL, EKXAXDlXA: ) ( FLOHIPA, ;, l'gH.COI.AXI: >
1 tie 1 $12.00: for every dollar of revenue accruing J. J. COM us. Ii X l> II 1C T .\ Ii i,: 1C JACKSONVILLE': H.\11.1:0'\: ) ). .,

to the United :States from the liquor business. : KK\LKR IS MASTKU: 'l'U\NI'II'OIlT.\TIOS't\-.:, (
i n.I'OXI'I'II: ,\' ..latlntc.lx(1t'111 :Snorm FIFTH:1':: ., FERXAXPIXA: FLA. TAM.\utssF.K: FL\.f February 3, Iss0.1
t liquor I costs: the p<'OI,11'llIlIrh that can LEVUN TIt\lI.M.-h'rc': are two or three significant : t'Iii e I.' n atiIl ,v Groceii el I )111111111F'hrullrv U,11'I..1
and alter ,
them fact taken from our dispatches! ofthe On
be estimated in dollars. It costs! ; ,
., and sorrow, poverty, sieknessnnd! death last week, to which we wish to ,'alllhl' ASH I passenger trains of this road. will run as follows
:'! the health\ fortunes!< and character of attention of American working; men and I >iPASSEXdER i/:
living.) It Ill..troYlIIIIIII\' of our best: and women : PlioVISlOXS.Customers : :: : ; : TKAIX EAST:: BOUXP.Leave .
t. It transmits untold'physical! mental 1. During the List !six days thirteen large) (.hnttalllull.hl..llail)' at.... 20O( t'. M.LcufUifincy .
moral( evils\ to generations yet unborn. steamships have left the Mersey! for Xorth I :P:"J r. at.Leue'lulluhussce .
despotic and demorali/ang! influence American ports, loaded with emigrants, H: IM) p. )1.
and the liquor trade on: politics is nearly all of limn are bound for the United can rely upon' getting; C11OIC1' ; Leap Monticfllo\ 7 10 1 I'. M.
of the most! glaring exits of our times. States. The number is uhprectrlented.Ihtring -,' I Leave UrcenviUe( H US p. II. I
people fl'l.lthe oppression.: 2. ) the last month the tide of emigration fiOOPS) asNOTH1XI Leave Madison( 01.1J r. >i.
.s out keepers:,! and 1 the hangers-on:, of has: increased to an unexampled' extent Leave LivuO.ik. 2 1.') A. )I.
r establishment are often the most! ins at this season! of the year, not only from' METALLIC: CASKS.: ; \VOOPEX( ) ( '()l'FINt::4 Arrive Savannah. !II I (HI.\. M.

men in local: political meetings. Ireland, but Germany.; Engand: | and l the I!; BUT THU: FINEST BUANI:: AN!CASKETS( : : : Arrive Thomasvllle.......... i.Vi A. M.
dealers boast of their power, and l'tll\llia\'iallllatiolll. Most off the emigrants Arrive; Alhanv. .IOL':!.,A. M. ,'
; ]11 their lingers at virtue and I religion. from every I'oulltrbut Ireland are reportod' : WHITi! ': METAL: AND :SILVER: 1'1'IWTHDDII \ : Airho l I..llkt' ('it)'. ;t.V: .\. M.
presence of a hur-roout in a communi to be mechaniis[ skilled workingmen;' or !ser arc kept in stock. Arrive Baldwin................ II( 2.:!*> .\. )i. i
an unmitigated evil. In I the eyes of vants. --. .. ----'-- -_... ---- ( j: .1rr'itmm.Jacksonvlhhe.\:! .......... 7fp01tat.

t I good, it cannot IHI"lI'Nolle redeeming 3. The demand for this, foreign labor isstill O. S. OAK IIS; "rCONSTANTLY) : \ OX: HAXP.-6f! .Arrive Fi-rnandina. :3 40 P.M.
!It is the rendezvous of the worst! )greater than the sui'plv. The superintendent ; : Arrive Oamcsville/ S 0-1'' )1.i .
9( *, of society It is school of vhe. at the Castle (, has! :'! hundreds. II BiriLPKi! ( ) :, i Arrive Cedar Key U :11) 1'. al.l'.issl .
tempts! the weak.: It leads astray! the of applications for women "servants in advance jONTIiA'TUll.NI : ;?(hlal'I'IL11N-11'1'1'( BOUXP.Leave .
Itodbsvushed. and lres.-eil and prcscrveiluntil I
Swedish Panish I
of their arrival.
It makes waste tillle ttn i loon- ,
)! a\MF\crilUJ4: burialUtlt \\ilhoiit the tisc'of Ice.Rcm.ilns Juckso! mtille..daily' at.... 5 'M: I'. M.Leave .
It prevents) reformation in many who and French women are preferred, because exhumed and foot Fernandina. ............11 ......141 :!.111.M) .
: in cases
i to get free from habits of intempcr- they are skillful, respectful[ and neat, or, in MOULPIN(5S::, lh1Ll'K1l4S.t11'II.1N1.' : I removal.Telegraphic. placed Ix-iive Gainesville, ... IMKi A. )I.
'. other words, because, having taken. up domestic Til USED BALl'STKIlS:; XEWEI.S: :: order' attended to. Leave Vdar' Key ,t 30) .\. JoI.
:: this! evil 1 be forced on the people service us men do trade thev carry STAIR RAILS, \VOOP ]':.\YI.>; 5TROIKUIS '- : \ promptly\ ) Lcaue Baldwin 7 (ICII') )I.
!' their will? Shall the State give men into it the qualities which enable diem tosucceed. ; SUEATUlNd i. -:-.1,-.lm .- Leave Ijike City J 840)) P. al.
maintain these dens of Cued 1 homes! and liberal wages! are
right to infamy "
Nov American WEATHEUBOAUPIN: I : I H''IUI''I'UICO'I'III'IC.: : ; Leave\ Savannah t IGI:( I'. M.
for them.
waiting ,
midst? every whowllnt I (U AXIl 10'1.001{- lave Live Oak................. 2 15: A. M.IAIIVU .
full of
our present State laws any man city and 1 village is housekeepers: :! IS I (i. Madison! 'J.rl: A. M.
: ) for license y.4)< for such Iol'n'ullt"l,1I1II1 of American girls! I
can, pay ?::low a State I and lltt.llij.'I'lIt.who ERXAXPIXA: ) FI.OKIPA: \) I'liye (Jreenvile! .............. I :3U! A. M,
in In- shrewd nimble-fingered
license, and t4)< flora license an I ) ethervrrk Stair and Chiirt'li Work l 1"'II\'u Monticello ......5a.t.lot.
bur whcre- either prefer to starve at some
town,can o(>ena -r0ont .Irrive'I'ulluhnsset' 7 (ICI) A.M.lA'UVuTullallllssc (.
he can get land enough for it to stand or if they go to service, scorn: to make .\ SPECIALTV.POORS I H ::111.\. )..
.Alllllllor than that, fellow-citi/ens, he themselves cither skillful: I, neat or. M \XI'Tl'JII: '.Oo( \M K\I.KIIH: l.StOYCN \ "
.n.'I..t.1 ieavoltuhicy. .10 O.S A. M. I IArrive
: .
sell liquor to your sons who arc under fnl. ) ANi1l'INiO1') FltAMIXOF ; 1'hattahomhcc. .' .11 ao.\t ) M.
5 mid you (cannot. interfere. TIII'rl'li a fact for the consideration, of our ALL SIXI1S.posKJllIce ; '.
I How long! !shall these things be? Till you workingmen ; now for the workingmen. Box; 171. "" IICIltCfN Illlfl ICllllCI'N' ( 'O=' 1CfIOS:4.; :
'i t realize your power, assert your rights, and 4. Applications are !sent in, far beyond' the jan 1-Vinamlin.t, I'la. At Live Oak daily with the Savannah,
!nay through those who rcpresent! you in that supply of emigrants to fill, for mechanics of -- -- -,.- -- Floridit and Wi-slcrn Railway to and front'
*State Legislature, that dubs iniquity shall every grade, curh't'utcrs weavers, gardeners .\x, TIN'! Ain: SHKET: : 1ROX'AItE: ) :, ::4U\'I1I1I1UhI1I1.1 all Northern, Eastern: and
come to an end workers in every kind of metal'H Western Cities.At .
The people of hundreds of communities of our readers knowsIooslirsof skilleol'.Vork- hake City daily with the Florida (Vn-
our fair )land want relief; they want protection men have been imported 1 during the last; six: "I> AKEIJS: : AXP J roXFEiTIOXERS: :: ROOF1XC: = i AM (OUTTERINCJ.: = tl'lll t I Railroad to and; from Jacksonville.! St.

I' from this cause, and they have only to months by our manufacturing firms I by the Augustine, Palutku, Enterprise: and bindings -
cooperate heartily ami they will get it. hundreds, to so large: an extent as to close 1'111111'Kro on the St. Johns River.
We do not now ask for general prohibition many of the mills in England. Yet everyAmerican .. At Bald\\indiily with the Atlantic, inlt
; but we ask, yes, we demand, "Ie H'al town and village; is crowded! with (: "-"'rifHt" Ci :arN, mind Tobaccos, Just re'I'I.h'I'tl-1l large' : cousigismitemt/; of 1111.1'I'I
option." "'c want a law giving the people) idle 1"\,111111I1 young men : not idle of their Fcrnundinu I iaincsville, Cedar Key, un l
..f counties, towns and communities the own choice, but'; seeking: ; to find work*us TOYHSU FAXCY AUTU'LIX( ; Stuvw, The "COOK'S JEWEL": : I 114 approulately with hteamers:,! fur Tampa' Key West and

right) to say whether they will allow time IKKJk.kl'l'l'l'n. cleik, or, jicrhaps, starving I Havana
\less doc. | lIuIIH.I-lt Is u jl'wl.I. \\ will not ('huthihoo.Aheelhn'e! times! weekly with
1 liquor trallic in their localities or not. briefless: lawyers and patient t tors. I I and Picnics, At
i According to the principles of 'both the I Comfort and competence) await the foreign; furnisheil WjiMing) *,the sliorle notice, ut rock-bot be undersold. ho! People's Line and Central Line Boats tomd
i Republican and Dcnv>craiie parties, majori- mechanic, while the American of the same I I ,at from Columbus, Kiifuulu: Fort Ciuines,
tics control. Ami shall not the majority be class hungry. The principal cause of tom prices, ut I Apalachieola( and other River :,!.
goes AXCJEL'S; BAKERY]: : I ly :MICOXP:( )) ST.. OPPOSITE) : O.
j:heard when it speaks for the cause of country this Is that our trades a elll'rutltJlIldJ; :<{ocI Vntre Mrcct Elegant: Sleeping"' and Parlor Couches,
I ,
and humanity? their doors on apprentices in order to keep 'VIM>clrutl'lIl11l Lucas Patent, run daily ln:>
old P.O. Building.T (; AVHICY:
:li'I .
lout "local option"\ prohibition, in prin- .. down competition. .. Opj. .. -- -- t't't'll Tullahasscu, and Jui kitonville.jro ;; .
t iple. la prohibition right? I* it I.-ounIIIK, I'' The owner of the largest printing c-stal- *<>ukk time, ure connection It'rf"t.t
ult ieal economy? ILshmentin Philadelphia tried in vain,a few Pr 1C Y 't "aifety. lWUAH'I.ur.,

[ They say liquor is: an article of commerce, years:, .';o, to find admission for his son as _20-tf! MastcrTninsportatlon.U' .. ..
[and prohibition Interferes with legitimate an apprentice in his own establishment. The
business. Quarantine is prohibition. It interferes same rigor ha been olHt-rved, In almost every A.W, LOHMAXX'rtFAMOUS IjVtY: AXP BOARPIXO( STABL1-W. K. IIAUKXICJIIT,

lt with commerce. Quarantine laws trade. While, however they? can keep AUl'HT': ,
;, I are enacted and enforced to protect the coun- their own and their neighboiV ons out, 'ARRIAH AXP)) WAHOXH; WIIOLEM\tE AND RETAIL
Itry from e-tilence. But the liquor traffic they cannot exclude the foreign mechanic, ;- To and from Stcamen:, and Trains.
(desolates the land. is not confined to lati- who as we have .shown is I coming by the BUTCHER ASH STOCK PEALEL"rAJJU :
a I tude or season, and slav more men in a de- hundreds and thousands tos-ten quietly into Prepared Flour. CO 'fH.\CTS FOR HAULIXd, L'TIHALE : -.
Icnde than yellow feverha'o in a century. comfortable places from which our {ople .111& : Dealer In Ire.TEXXESSEE .
I The laws of nearly all States prohibit lot. are but out. I : BEEF HPEOIALTYj: ;
[teries and all kind of gambling. They do U lot time that our woiking jH-ople should HOIWES() !, ItHJUIES' : HARXESS.; \ BROOM STBEET: 'WiiiKr
I it because of the injurious and immoral tenf waken to the fully of this suicidal olicy. It OXLY 1el'S'fH: PER POUXP. ('ARTS! ANP VMJOStoI.j.stTJoIUIH .

f fdency of the gaming spirit. But gambling is very well for us to hou..t that America offers :'Otlfee _19-t(_ FERNANPIXA.d_ __-- FLA.,. .
l' [causes few crimes compared to drunkenness a refuge for the oppressed: of every na- and HtalIe-Jo'lnlt Street, near
and occasion little loss of money comparedwith tion. She baa done it in the past, and will Broom Street Wharf. 4Mf.1IICN. JAM KM: JlrOn..N. ,
the vast sums squandered for and by long continue to do it. But it w hardly con ';-tf AT OLD P. O. BUILPIXd' -
fclstent with of universal, riO.NTRACTOU ANn HUILDEIJ,
drink. such character :
The fire fiend is justly: dreaded and in nevolence that her own children should be WILLIAM F. U'OOI, jr, ,

florae States arson is punished with death. the only ones forbidden to earn their bread llachua Street, between Second and! TLlnl,
[Regulations! are adopted I. systems instituted, in the manner which wems best to them."ntI .- r*_EXERAL XEWSPEALEU: : rnillRP $T.0 Ref f'IC*TKt: a ALAt'J1V4.
[art and science qshed to restrain the ravfagta .' York Time. 13 FERXAXPINA: FLA.
of tire.n, shall not legal measure* I BOOKSELLER: "KTATIOXKR: FERXANP1XA; FIA.,
I be used to restrain that mIghty stream of To Tiioec who are no unfortunate as to Orders and e> ttluiat from a dintuncw., care-
IliquM fire, kindled by the flames of hell, become preiuaturely gray. or whom hair Dealer in Fancy ArUt'If'N, IX THECholrent fully attended to. 25-tf
that over the land inflaming all the exhibiu tendency to fall off, we recommend
[[bad tfweeptf 1 l'a.owns of men with fire that liall a trial of Hall' Hair Itenewer. We 'DTRE .Surer, FERVAXDIXA: FI..1.Shelf FriiltH and Yexetableh, \/ ASOKIC.--There will be a regular torn
[never be quenched? do to with the utmost confidence because it LTX L niunicutloii\ of Amelia Lodge, ?4o. 47,
They say that distillation affords a remuncratire IK everywhere received with marked favor, I'aiT, Picture Frame*, IJru ketr. WJXFECTlOXEIUfH: : ; ETC.Blws \ & .\. M., on Monday evening) Jun
[ market for our surplai prahi. God and has built ui>on iu own merit such a IAIIIW, Croquet Sets, Hand niaM *, ('iubc, 21JJt, at 71 Vlock ahar,.. Trensirtit brethrenre .
eires us this grain to sustain life, not to sure foundation that it b known and uwd in Bruinwte.. Iai>etericM ii great vari .ty. Garden 14(4014 Flowery Farm ancJGal'tll'Il'ruJ.IIU'nh (ruh'rnaUyJuvit to attend. ,
[destroy it, and to distill It into liquor U to all civilized countrie.tddillJR .fdrut *u11 Also Hewing whine Needles, Oil, He.L1ipjr W. F SCOTT W. .>f.
Iiikbtaiids 75 cent. 7 (f Joux A. WHITS:
[torn it into a destructive force against our- \' Turk Kcvutury.


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/Vi tL f. "I': J 'J.Oit1lA' 1 L1lZltOl 1 lie well performeil' for $1IHK). This is hilt 1 HKMllLWAlf CLlll'.UG.llW.tS. and trestle work can readily. be completed What influence could be in Mr. Bisbco exercise with thereat ?
there common
: one inttamc. The question will doubtless Mr. Uisbc-c-, partakes of the! Northern campaign within that time. What

r Iw asked. Why is this not corrected, ? The idea". He entertains the Maine 1 idea A narrow-guage railroad\ already well of the Southern Representatives ? W"I'
NATfllih.1 r; .111SH tll, 1880. from Maine he
evident to the The venerable chairman of the tinder from Sanford on Luke Monroe to he member of Congress
f reason enough one en C'hkagoCun way : 1
". '" .. ,. .. ., associates but
-- his
DKMOCIMTIC- TIC'Itrr.KOR grounds.. These plans, arc part' of the pate vention, the querulous-voiced Hoar, enunciated Orlando the county site of Orange county, a could look to political ,
rona of the party III1'owcr.' and are under thN idea, in taking the chair in a virulent distance of upwards, of thirty miles! and will would be powerless' and helpless! as a member

: : t-RKhlliKNT : the control of membi-rs of t C-oiinruss.. A arraignment of the Democratic) party According be completed, by next fall. It will doubtlessbe from Florida.On .

t tt } GENERAL W S. HANCOCK, member who was to seek any partial reform to" the clIIlIl'nl.tllltl'a.) certain aggre- 1, extended still further into the interior in the other hand, With the two Democratic)

i OP I'K.NNHU.V\NIA. would. receive no n.-'MIootlllll'I1II1,1: be laughed, shoe charges are to be suMituted for argu time. Senators and Colonel Davidson and General

i for his pains.' It I is the "ptCIII which require ment. The main formula however: is that Of new railroad enterprises organized and Fin Icy to represent Florida, we may look -

urn VTeF-rlt&MIniSNT : correction, 1'uurlhausimuldullarsperyear t : I k the republic is to be saved\ once more. The ready to be let, or already let, are the Way with assurance to the continuance of our

WILLIAM H. ENGLISH paid for the mere delivery of the mail of the Republican; party arc to bo again the avion. cross road. intended to leave the Savannah public work! ,. to increased appropriations

I OF 1NDIVNV.I House: of Ueprewentativcs. It tool probably The Democratic) party, is to be charged l with Florida k Western Railroad at Woycrosi, a and to the building up of all our interests

Z ",4 > lie contracted for at $IMM). There is no wishing destroy' the republic. They constitute distance of about one hundred miles south Mr. Bisbec may be a good man for his party.
nit department or bureau in which the 1\'eI11' to he sure, a majority of the country, of Savannah and running thence in a direct but would be a useless representative for theState.
incut ii I not paying more than double the have the same interests! own Irupcrtypuy line to Jacksonville, a' distance of seventy _
SAMUKI, PAHCO( of Jdlenon County.AU1KUT .
of labor services which would be taxes citizens but miles the distance between Savannah
cost: on are quiet! alltll''al''nhl ; shortening : LETTERS.
/ .J, RUSHKLL, of Jluvnl County. A BUNDLE OF
paid by other people ; for instant! 'u, eight all the samime-tlmey wish to destroy the and Jacksonville by rail about one
FIRST! nmnicT: When in Jacksonville some days ago wecalled
k J. I.:, YONOK:, of Kseambla: ), County.SECOND persons: are paid' fifty dollar per month for republic. ILwl'elloh I "they all hundred miles.: at the office of Commissioner of Immigration. .
J f MSTIUCT: leaning the m cloak room a, :) of the House. j joined l the rebels1. or "sympathized with Among the many important railroad enterprises Dr. French informed us! that

1 t- THOMAS 1 1 F. KINO i of, .1 In t'hut (County.: letters of inquiry and applications
nt $10 per month. A female attendant, : in they did, and although they rurnh.hl'tl.proh- secured i is the Fernandina Jacksonville pamphlet do not diminish We looked

F t run IIOVFRNOU: charge of ladies' retiring room gets $1:%!) per ably, the largest part of the troops from the Railroad, which will bring the two cities over his book in which were recorded the
't 111111\111I,1111.1. the chaplain of the! House gets Xorthern States, jet everybody knows! that within twenty-five miles, or less than one and
WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM, names! and addresses of the applicants. -
but $!**) per year. Fourteen littlebojs I who we Republicans!: saved: the country. The hours'distance,of each other, to their mutual and
OF I.KON: :( W!\ TY.FOll They arc from every State
i : ",' act as pages ill aHenate only-six members platform says so, and then it must be so. advantage, and ;'having also the effect of a in the Union from all part of
I "t for of four hours Hut that Yes l but direct line to Savannah along the coast and TerJtor
I. IIMJTKNANT-ftOVMlNOR: : : an average period per was twenty years ago. !see from Kngland, France, the West
i LIVINGSTON W. BETHEL, day, and whose only duty consists: \: in put' these! rebel brigadiers in Congress. Mr. Hoar giving to Jacksonville the advantage of two India Islands, and two or three from China

} or MO.SUOK rorim. ting away the Senators' hat and cane or tarrying "starts out with the bloody shirt the platform ports instead of one. The railroads we have and also found, on looking under .
the and who its folds and named certain of construction duringthe Japan 'VI
papers' to Secretary, are displays every campaign are the of "remarks" opposite the
f j Yon eoNciiiMH-HUMIIISTUICT: for the most of the time Idle, get fjr: > per speaker on the Republican: side will try to present! year. Of other enterprises for heading .
name that already) Ilmigratl',1here.
ROBERT H. M. DAVIDSON day, or a total for this: service of thirl '.livc save the country and those blc-ssud otMces. which charters and organizations have been many
ho this fall and
w were coming
A OF 0\lB who to matters
others were arrange
shows: Ki7 persons' employed' l in connection\ this! ol l-tlllt'IIlIll'lIhollt sa\'llIgthe republic be begun the present year, are the Jacksonville waiting
Yon trwurMSeeur" : \) IIISTRICT : at their old homes! when they would ('Olllto
with the Senate on ,salaries and that of the TIIC IInitial011'' of 17(1\ ( showed that the it St. Augustine Railroad, the Palatka
1, GENERAL JESSE J. FINLEY, make their new homes here. We were
House an equally large number' in propor} Democratic evidential ticket reeci\'t.,11.ii- Gainesville! it Charlotte Harbor.Of .
; OK" COM'MlllVor.TY.: ( permitted to read the letter and ns\
lion :kJ1l titan totems than the 1 Republican ticket ; local improvements which will be, completed n'l'I'e.t.
the interest being taken in our
'l'ht''artty1'etiretbill i \ ,,show's payments to that In the, rl'attute:; of Xew York there this! year oneof the most important showing ewe
TIll; XOMIXATIOXS.There State and the kind of information desired
the amount; of $.">,!"I<">,''*'MI) for retinal' olllcers; were :;:'::1.1I1\!) ') H"IIIII'ratic'otl.'l) east t, and in the Santa Fe Canal connecting the Lake
In no need to tell our people w Im give some extracts from received
of I the army, performing I no, ".' e whateverand Ohio :JtJ:':tlsj: 1t'III'lI'rntic'otl'. cast, and hemPentwyllaniim /Santa l Fe and others with the Transit Railroad 1tl'T
the Democratic nominee for President i is. viz
t recently, :
i thrre-fa,urtu of their full \{ : ), Waldo.
'receiving s: par, rHW.lM vote*-making on
I Ills brilliant record is known not
military which for is :f.iI: (b.3 of tivertwelvcliundredthousand Demucr.itic Xeii+ < Jirseif m June, 1880.- I ]Kursince
: a Illajur-gcmierul, per -
army These facts while familiar to at
t "- which has made him most famous till )'cllr. vote-n in I those three :States.; How home will ,be Interesting to many of our there to live. HI YOU think I could find

'"" over tills 1.\111111\111 what has endeared Mmto A fl.tirt'dlil't also is given to. the navy and ridiculous to talk of saving the republic' readers at a distance: as well as in more remote an oilicc in Jacksonville, Fernandina, or St.Augustine ,
nliciary and I this l has also. 1'1'1111It'h "I'I'itiicn-votcn who with fire-pioof vault? A. G.i
I Congress an array portions of our o\vn :Stale I
SiiuthrriUTH! i Is tlmt when pieced as a military given
i, I ruler aver onslana! and Texas lieshowed a retiree! list t for noncominlssimieilollleers. : profess: the Democraticprinciples! upon The above wrier 1 is a manager of real estate

+ A pension: list, whiili amounts annually which the- goveminent administered, fyrover OUR 1XTKRLSTS IX COXGHESS. ( In ve llen t:!.
I' himself a statesman\ and u patriot,
vrn more thou u soldier That sword, to over thirty millions. "I' dollar*, three-quarters' of a century. It I ismoreover With a s ca-coast: of neatly fiftcui-hiuidred ]aliuCffdfl! June.-from* to 1
with a probability of the Meviian: and Indian to be noted that in IsTii; the wiles with our noble river :bt. John's with al Knglisbman; came England
which had been borne, with honor, and ; ; Canada two yean ago; am lot s-atiMied, owing -
courage in Mc\i<'o, In the wild retreatsof war survivors: l be' added' will create united Democraticvote) of the three great the !splendid baibor, of 1'eiisacola:, at one extremity to 10111 winters! here ; am married, wife

the KcininolcM Antic-tun: ant Gettysburg \- over two hundred thousand pen-loners on :Mates: of l'Yllrk, 1'enusyiYmltla' and Ohio of the State ; with Apalachicola, and 1)1. oldest an architec; am 1
1 the government.The extecde-d the united !Republican: \ vote; !MI :- was *hcathcd In the }presence of till'IIl1ljNt 't told white man cannot live there on account
a ). of t tinl.v.. That high i: sense' of duty whole system we }hope-' will he overhauled that te-ted, in any way the Republican: \ party' Harbor on the tuff coast t I. and Cumberland 1 of hot weather Here in ('llatll it h is

whirl hud, made him a great" commander under u 1I'lIIlIl'raI administration, were in a minority Sound, St.:; John's, :St.:::: Au0'ii-tine and New from KO to !90 and sometimes 100 and hot
l made him an humble citl/cn. No wonder abuses ,'orn'd ted I. m Mnccurc": abolished} e v<'cssive As the Democ-r.itic' !party are in a majority :Smyrna: : on the Atlantic "1111..1. our interests: eights Write me all about it all the chl'lIl-
'ments tilt off, and faireoiupensatiou the \Republican: campaign will hardly est w uy to come
lieu that the whole l'Il''lrltil..l' pa of a general character: requiring the fo-tering
toiiiitry ; *
awarded. under rigid of civilerviie make much by their "aggressive"campaign. .1t'.ourl. June, 1S$O.- .
I no vviindc-r that North and South join In a system j capital\ care und aid of the Cieiu-ral Government are "' to come to Florida, furnish us all
wild eiithulasm. I Ifei is inoiv than u man ; reform. The fraud )bv which 1I Ir. Mosey second, to I those of no other State. There are the information you cult

'lie Is (the ciuhoilimrnt of lime great principle TttlVMVll OV JIAUK IHII:.>;I;..... was h..lul'I.IIIII... an otticc to wbic he was bars to be
1 which, from time immcnioiral has stlrre-d The result at Chicago may be taken. as theprobable notclecte-d l still leinains In the memory of naval !otati"IIIIIIt, navy jurds to be established Cful1." June, 1SSO.- p p a '
I the people. 'Thl'I"'I'I' of Florida. are not What ('al I buy an orange grove for, which
and maintained to be
the hum r ui heart. that of l oo>'I-KNMFNT: : t :: J II\ THF. outcome of future political conventions. I light-houses i is just not in bearing,but cleared
i-Kori:: I 'fJIl' ""-('ailed leaders, the men of I likely to forget Yellow Blulfrd'r, pre-' ,erected channels: to bebouyed, public buildings and 1Iunt'llout. some monev which' I
with Bind \II. :L', and the Dadeand) P.revard Senator to be ,erected and and enlarged desire to invest in \ State. I1. H, M
Thc'III"lalll joining of the two New York national: reputation! are put up a erHed : new your [
who was never elected to the seat in facilities to be obtained. With but l'curs1jhnnin.iuaP, 1SSO. .
discuss postal
I laetions iu'aUcgiam-e% to tliii tzrt'atHI; \ 1111' I is hand of followers.! The press'
which he was miintaincd: for four 'I'a..II. a I "shall come to Florida as adrise, to selectthe
the two members in the lower Hou-e you
bat> one iniliiation of the resistless surge their respective claims with all acerbity our political the
of want to
l I:1'p"ltlit'llnt"I: :: ,' :-:''lIall'1' hope' the c'111111" lal.ltI, fte. Many colony
which will sweep over Ibe'unttryoutpurill' or fulsomeiu-ss!I of a real election campaign.Noses influence Is comparatively small ; but 1111 mil rough it, anti)wait for
i. it. and delegations! ,. are counted' the great t in our :Mate' h is to be conducted on \political how much can be accomplished is evident till leatla\t their localities ; others want

day arrives and the contest commence! and and I not \pcr-onal. i-''ues ; that measure from the success of our Representative: and to buy I improved 1 properties I near settlementothen -;

\\\'iuiu\ : Till: .11r QO1:. uflcrati'w'ball"tsn dead-lock 1"'t'l'1II1''i- I of public poliey, will Inthe. i-sues to. bepresented nLlllr111 in Congress during the e>e"Mon who want to buy land, improve I
and sell others who to
The appropriation' hill. ore engrossing; dent ; then an attempt' tOI'I'Clirt. by hook or to the prosy' illu-tratcd in candidates just "'o (',l. It I is claimed fur Mr. Conover beyond! tran-portation or keep I; or civilization walt ho we go

the timo\ nnd attention of Congress. When by crook the needed votes: and all at 011I'1'I 'I of known ability, integrity and states that during his Sl'lIIllorial'ur"'r he never have many men of many minds, and theyexpt'vt

we consider that bills have to lie preparedlor dark! hop e is 11:111I1'.1011I who will' be manhip.I'ROGHKSS. did. anything to the injury of the State. me to find and select for each what
thl- they w amit. One of neighbor has !
a the various :Jle-partments of Government grateful enough, for the aid given him to OI1 llll'JOl'l.1l1'l'IXI'IOUlIl.I. Perhaps we ought to be grateful for this, I here for $< ) and wants le sol

amounting; in the aggregate to some share the control of the administration: under the baneful inllueinc- time I"I'IILII-I: find him a place. A family who Im\1 Jut

Iwo hundred millions of dollars., he-ides the a'''r'11'11. .\ "stampede' 0"111',111111111; l of mcdiouity l The 1':1'11111,1 current year mark a new era can majorities in both hou-es of Congre-s I bee'01110 .(' I $.:,0,0011 I I want to come toFlorida

j Interest on the public deht' amounting tu comes to the front gets a majority, for our Mate. We h.I\'e been nabted t.lItlt during the greater portion of his: IlIl'umh'nI I I with me. (G. If.Cuii'i'ln j,

our unv liundred millions. Tho itemshUliiaake and his nomination h is then made, unanimous only herald things which were promised! or ey ; but we have now airived a period of I few, J/If. 1W1.. in.this' section* There
are men WIll'oulkl'
'\\ up Ihlll two hundred millions with i-ervilit.v the talked of for but the satifaitory progrcvand need oitive 'e.--ful efforts 1 young
; a an obsequian: man or liojied more : i slice \\ to' gn to Florida for the purlsse
II I <,r dollars! uro embraced in I a tI)hook of ctliiiatc who ha.11I1 the >,.art but one vote 1 pl.ucd L \ duty recording; things ncromphhcd to aid in the development of the interests I II ,, :hOII. nearly all farmers' son-.

I ,*, u qu.itto: \ about one footqu.ire-, of:ir: >0page on a pcdcfUkl and all hands :shout congratulations 1'1'n'.II progress;, made, of actual our State. The River and Harbor 1 bill, which who cannot affil to pay tint'II. to forty
I I a1OMars for land here.
an I
1 '** ; and the apprupriutluiis)' are dcvidcd to I thc'man for whom," they entertain work ac-coinph-heil\ and of plans: in the way i !has just hcca pa""cd l by a Dc-mocratic Con- I get up quite a if informationis
'I colony
among some llfteen appropriation l l hills., TheMiiulry that whuh con-Uts in the of ince : ha- i substantial aid almost C.I I ;
lively gratitude atvoiupli-liment.' January, l7l', gress; ;given to ,ati factorI ha\'l been asked several!
\'11hill.\ I as it is called, i oversoiuo hope of l.iv'or* to e-ome. the Peninsular Railroad: having as its, ultimate : every portion of the -e.-a-board of our Mate questions since I received your 1all'hlet.

d .-- llfty pageand; \ was llil'l'.N..1I1r in the In 'HTii 1 i ;, on the ballot prccc-ding' the nomination terminus Tampa Ikn, has been actuallyeontructed as well as the principal rivers I5y a young cabinet maker,
; if he could start small business"Hy
itouse! in alxtut three dajs. Mo-t of that of J1 r. Hayes, Hlaine had :IllS) votesin from Waldo to 1-ake I/ochloosa, )Ir. Hull ha to show the appropriationfor capital a who i is also t I farmer if !he

i time was occupied, bythedi-e I us-Ion 1'1'II fewiinumlmentn. a total vote of ;:X\. Itristow 111. I'''nk1ill a lake ooiuu-cting: with Orange Lake andrc.ichiiivihy the improvement of the Yola-ia bar and : con hi mr\I'ltrr. for : while while lookingwhere

The River and H.nhor. hill M, Havis III:!, Morton .N">. On the next halt 'lttl water'unne'c'tIun the- uthern the ineeirporatinjj of the M. John's Riverintothegeneral to settle? Inform me of

a overiiigforty-sU pages, was >as.-e-d tlll.'IIh> h> lil.iinc rcreive'd :3.), Haves :IM, lri! "tovv portion of .\IIIhu.'ount: and the northern I I system for lightinguud cstablihingbeaconson prices of be mules hor-es cows, pigs do, mil if
they got there. Will "
the J butt) in alxmt forty minutes. It "ipprojiriatcj '!1. Atl'httagutin.the3athballot! ; (irant had iMirtimiof Marion, furnishing! I transportation riven: and with the assistance hal r:1 I buy harness, stores, furniture oJII'P wl'l',

I abone'l;;ht millions of dollarThe! 3ii: Pdaine ::>7, >lll'rlll.I1"l:1III11t! : (hlrI l.t1! market to the tens of thousands, of !boxes of the other numbers of Congress' from ., il Xc-vv York, or can I buy them there'

army tal.o about t\\entj-o\ou millions ; 5>. On the :'bith; ballot (tirant nveivitl :sat: !, of orangc! '< produced in that favorc-el regionand ; this :Mate, the obtaining of a handsome appropriation I> yellow fever prevalent etc., etc.

the navy tako! aUiut Illlcon millions. ; Kjjisl.iti i Itlaine::!, titrticld3r: t>. Cuukliug! who, in I I \ to the thou-aml-. crateof I.rh'C. for the :M. John's bar and Cum AtfNwi, June, mo.- *S..W.I

\ \>'o nit .hleatt millions.Of t the convention of 1 171 Ii.; never reai.bed item tables produced under the stimulu- ready Ll'rl\Il.IOolln.l:: liaultiMr.Risbaehare done what you ay and the way you bay it. There

I ) ionr. theoe thousands of II'lIlllIr appropriations Votes, vvi-ely eleiline'd to I In a candidatebut, and\ cheap transportation. From Cedar thiHas he nut been in Congress for u will be yuite a colony of us come out next

ran not nreive' careful! cxamijiatiou > in conjunction with Cameron and logaii, Key luring the |Last winter the splendid full term? What did he accomplish? falleare suffered divati-fied from; four with to ('ight'U Kansas ; we.have '

: in the committee, and' nnuh K>M on put mutt! in nomination, expecting):: to grasp steamer .I'lininil has made a swift and \pleasant WUn the Democratic Senator from Florida 'Iruhts. winds and grasshoppers, and not!

tll,' lloor of ('t\\ I'\'I"'i; the tnllst'thll'n1Yt 1d i svilistantial fruits of \Utory by having( nie-aii- communication with Havana: procured an appropriation for M. John's bar I been di-coiira'ecl until this year, but we

I hut hundred- of lhous.niiU; of dollars are biipreme control of d mill's ttthntiih.tntttult and Key \\','-t. A steamer has also run in a previous Congre, Mr. KLsbce had not think now endurance ceases to be a virtue.

appropriated' .simply l>ccause I they urea keilfor should he be elected. A* in 1S70 s.i in lot), from Mobile 1111.1ew Orleans separately I intlueiue enough to prevent its being stricken The 1 day w ind and has night been blowing for two almost months incessantly ; there is

ant liwmiM they were included in all the leaders were doomed to disappoint} from. the regular, line of Gulf steamers I...-- out in the Hou-e. not a show for I vegetable ; the dry weather

( j" 'lIr'" ul'I nll'rlallolll'l. although no iimity I ment. limit, who was tohavel>eeii nominuti1 twevn New Orleans and Havana. The ship Can the people of Fast: FI.rld.'ntertain and wind has de-treijed the gardens and

I may lIuw'xl"l. or it may l h e in it>",H' improper. ,by acclamation, proved u failure ; channel of the harbor\ of Cellar Key has becnttrx'ntsl any doubt as to who could exercise the ntost blew out the field crops, such acorn, heat.

I The heads, of detriments" themMlven Hlaine:, the p1UIII'night.' never gainetl on } and greatly improved, allowing iiiilueuces! in Congress for the benefit of this bage Irish, lOlato.potatoes lican etc., pea Just juitato think or nut any a vegetable t.L

t i'\ertl e no xjKvlaluper> Kiou. but his Parting 'point ; Mtcrman held theposition .1111' large steamers to c-ome directly to the wharf Congressional; Di-trict )Ir. IJisbee General w hatev er. Xo wonder that old pioneers

;{ mitt upon the n'ptats of their Mihordiiutes, in the race lu Conkltug; in |N7;&;, by night or by day. .'e narrow-guage railroad : Finley ? Will not a Democratic>> representation I a we ar,'. be w'akel. 'h"f' will bean
:a who luive thculn'h esthcirtir.tclcrks.atthat" t The emergency came on the :.VithItlaine La ll"l has Uvn c-omplctcdlittvvcvu Lake 1'U3-: in Congress; of more pmctic-al exodus from Kansas which will exceed
I I I the exodus from Mis-Usippt to Kansas.We ,
In (Kilntof/ fad the ,1 I\11rtllll'nh' an run, to and herman n-pired to make} tie and the St. Johns River some thirtyfivemile I and substantial! value to the State than a negro are going somew here, and w e have got

t UM; 'the I'lini-H' of tlie day, by iliivf tlerks\ Jnint's; nomination !mH*...ibIe. and seKtttsliartlcld in length, and by meau of a connecting mere {>arti-aii like Mr. I.i-bee, who would the backbone and &tUk-to-U-ue, for bucce '-

and their "|H>i-itil utMirdinates.: I ha\e no ( hildm"' ,,..l party man: and who steamerborieiiing the distance from not bo recognized by the I majority in Congress 1 I !ive yean of drought and gtas,.hoppers

j ,Iuullt conscientious, able mid judiiiousappointed would give Slurman and ISlaine the saute Ijev-burg. Sumtcr county" la Jacksonville,to aa n'l'l'\'>tCutiug the interests of the intelligence I following did not ,discourage us. .Please answer is the the almighty -

111m for that purpv&<,', and\ indi.inl '. jHi itioa in the vernment a. Conklin: ;, twelve hours. Thesoare the achievements the property and the character of dollar ejiusjtions.which counts I the American

I4'" <>f(Lusty, ivuld\ Ke million. of di,l- l' nh'nJl't; ). expevted to have undiTtSrant. tar !*?:" the State' We have now made a f.'ol".1LleI. I people W. I' B.

Jars. by u careful iumttfition. into the n>utfinvvf ; The leaden fail and nit>L Uc ('rity rime improvement uull'utl'rl'rl"l':6 in progrv beginning in ,'uinl from Congress a recognition :I The Commissioner inform- us.that almo-t

these great departments, whit employ triumphs Taking\ for true all that theCiraut *... during the l'n"'ut'ar are still more of our commercial interet-ts. These every day there.areoneormore penons wham

un army of tlerk\ and meiv>eiijei>. and Itlaine men aid against each marked,! uiul: itul'urtant. The Peninsular interests we may safely l'tUt on being fully I have just come down : some to locate now ,

I TLouvuiiU up Mi Uiuusandd' of dollar an. ,other the convention would have: noitberofthem Railroad h l..illgte1l1.,1 from lake Lixha rarer! for in the Senate; but with the power : and remain, others who have come to lokI

uiuufe-.isarlly i iHuuKil in and\ about tlie' and (;arl l'lI. against. whom miuh !.>."> Atria Orange fake to cVala, thus eonnecting of originating all appropriation bills in tbt'I at the country during the suuuuer, to seethe

Capitol i bulldiiiij ; for In tan\', th1'IIn" would liavc l'l'f1J t-aid if hi* value had Uvn all of Marion( Aiuntj by ''railroad House, it i ii of the utmost Iml\runc I I growing crops, experience the tempera

4'ixM, or tea door of tutraiuv t to the gallericb put upK-foretheioimntionaxscmblod.. I ,. with the ...seaboard and giving, to the citizen we should bo ably and strongly representedin 1 I rur ,. But we will refer to these

1 of the House of Kcprcscntativc*. and ut Fprmtgulkw\ tbeivnveutionandthecxiuntn'tWhat of the illh'ri'runti...... greater advauug r. the House--that our two members shouldbe i I another time ; the letters matl'r us asshowing -

ouch of these doors, most of whU'U are he i ioj cer\ body know ; what .Arthur H'Ithau those bordering< upi n the St. men of weight, character, and influence I f i that immigration inter..te U coming and

public to all the world, a doorkeeper Untjularly U nobcnly care.<-U:th omiiuonplacv ""'II. Jonn' Riv er in quick transit for their, (ruit and of experience, and. moreover, should b will increase. While writing this we Lave

t'lul't\ one door railed the The republican: \ |IljJrt .. omfe4ly, ha.not and vegvtaMe-s to the Xorthrrn markets, in entire accord with each other, amid with been by ,

rx' ened gallery" during a whole\ month, I the lIOw\'r to nominate one of its 1'a.I'n"I' We are authorized to say that all the n
bu.110 one enter, anti yet a doorkee '!t; uur leading man.\ It took Have-* and it ary arraug'ineuhand contracts haw been the Southern. States-.. bout b able to ob planting\ iu St. Pomingo. He says that

ItF..\\lug *";00 ur Jl.OOO per year, kept a seat takes Urtield on the me principle, but the mate for the completion of the Peninsular: tain their friendly aid and influence, and although planting U profitable

l warm near it. The whole duty, now "x..ting nomination U a di-agnvable "urpri-e to l e Road to Ocala by the 1st of Xorember, it not have their help and sympathy, in all matters revolutions have become thl'r -e.

1 the 1,1. tai l/b1y\ $llIXI'OIL'tl doubtless nude the beat of. earlier. The iron i i. bought and the grading rnnett with the interests of ou State. eleven in last four year*-and to that frequent-on aeatrd -

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count of the ex port duties: lately putons ugar, KtUTOUUL COHllKSt'OS'llUXCE. protection. :Mr. Oarllcld I is about equally on dent ; everybody who I Is away from home Is lie was n Presidential candidate and the

he unit other. llnglish: : planters purpose torenun both sides of most questions: on which he a possible victim! In a few days the ncol- lives of McClcllan and sundry other greatmen
c their planting, interests to Florida! i WASHINGTON, Juno 21, lsst). such
if flourished
: who !'! during a candidacy
of to
reappear ,
A has: expressed an ollninll-nt one time dent I Is exhausted: as a matter news, a
lands arc found suitable, and he now goes visitor: to Washington i is at first very I In weeklies of four months and th(1 subsided
flourishing the hhwdy shirt and again exhorting all over the country country
to South Florida to look, and will visit ntliesection impressed: with the attention which I A Into the common plane of life- Mr. Garfield
has to peace and harmony. He i is n after it is all cold in the city papers.
-* of (the :State, lie[ will find them.XOISE. : been paid to the public grounds: the I nmaiof words rather than prmmounelideasor sudden stoppage of the newspapers would be on his way to Chicago, was Jim flarjidil, our

beautiful parks and. serpentine walks and I : smart Congressman: ; he returns us the illustrious .
drives i opinions He :seeks; to take his cue like deemed a universal calamity. Kvcrybody
the fountains throwing their !sportive the New York Herald, and endeavors: to wants thtnrw.l, and wants it fresh from the statesman, JAMES.OARFIEII, of Ohio
The : of the is jets: high in the air from dolphins' mouths of the United
progress marked for the
age : hy ::1n fottnnt lead public opinion. He was oven The consequence of so much news-!'! ('\.1ilnte Presidency
increasing: tendency to noise.: Noise is not and every grotesque form which the artist t described by some one in Congress! as having devouring i Is that nothing Is digested and States. His return journey 1 Is celebrated asa

an agreeable tiling in iMf: and, few! person could conceive. The beautiful grass plats the roar of the lion with the action of the little remembered. looks arc rarely read great event, and already the cx.Pre"idenr

will confess: to a preference fur it ; but with and I broad. lawns rest the eye upon their lamb. That his record is: very vulnerable, except in the curs or on pleasure trips, and passes out of notice, and the transparencies,

population, with growth, with invention, green swards, and one thinks how favoredare is evident from the noticeable fact that then only the seaside or other cheap frtuillftttnt. the bonfires, the banners, the shouts, thehuzzas -

with increasing facilities: for transportation: the people of this government city where the moment his name was announced To meet the demand for Sunday road- the wordy welcomes, are transferred
comes ever-incrcaing noise. The mellow all these charms are provided at the public to the lucky man on whom fortune
: \ dropped
\ numberof
the l'rc.littobilier: and the De nol '('r pavement Ing to fill up the time, an Immense!'!
tones of the stage-horn which announce! expense, and where every one i is free to use swindle came up to all mind That Sunday papers have 1 been established, the nomination.So .

the incoming of the old coach and six, have them to their heart's content lIut just! thereis these are well established charges: the evidence 1. which steal to meet with 1hll'ge sale, and far the demonstrations are of a verycheap

been supplanted by that unmitgatcd nuisance the trouble. They are indeed free to all taken before Congress admits of no the regular dailies Issue Sunday editions. and common place order. Most jico-

the shriek of the steam whh.tll't the world, but the }.ntemalll.g.rOl.hitbt elements denial. They are explained, and their force: Hook-stores are diinlnNlitngandnews-stands: j>le are tired of this political claptrap, and

all hours, by night and by day, its: unearthly I of the Oov eminent have managed in attempted to be weakened, but it is certain increasing. The sale of works of value and it N hard to Invent new. Again, the increasing
screams wake the fitful :slumbers of the sick some way to gather in and about Washington circulation of Independent new spa-
: that :Mr. Oarfield did receive, while a member of bound volumes i Is largely to public libra
the rest: (of the aged, the repose of infancy thousands: upon thousands of the most of Congress! and Chairman of t the Committee ries. Few people buy I'tttn.brlworks. mend! pen, which treat the claims of nominees in

It comes in the midst of conversation, it ; idle, vicious, good-fur-notiming and dangerous Appropriations\ the sum of $.,000, the consequence is that everybody knowsthe a j>rovi>klngly calm and common-sense-

overpowers! the solemn exhortation of the I : of tht colored race. They swarm everywhere from parties to :i fraudulent contract, as a news of the* day and very few have any way, gives to this manufactured enthusiasma

preacher and the subdued accents of prayer seem to !have no settled employment, counsel fee, and that the money to pay these, knowledge of the history of the past, of the sense of the ridiculous, and puts a wet

Every petty steam engine, has attached to it and! during the day live in the streets and frudulent contracts was re-porte-d by the committee lives!' of the distinguished men who have blanket on the pop-guns and firecrackers.The .

one of these: nuisances, and noloculity I is free public thoroll hfan's. In the morning hundreds of which ho was chairman. The lived before us, or any but the merest smattering superlatives and grandiose npjicllatives

from its piercing sound*. It destroys 111 lit h : of ragged, tattered yelling '1I throng moral sense must be weak in u man or in u of scientific knowledge. Private libraries seem absurd to the more critical and less

of the pleasure of traveling, and almost of the :streets, each with two or three [newspapers people who can see no Impropriety\ in such! a are of the things of the past ; a few subservient, and 1)(1110ou't like to br

living where they nre numerous: The nuisance I accosting every passer-by with their transaction. It I is also a matter of record illustratedolumes, for the centre-table, and laughed nt.

i is useless and Il11nel'e:< ary. Steam- : cries: thrusting: their papers in your face, attacking proof that Mr. Oarfield did receive an interest many tattered novels, constitute the literary 1'OLITICAL :

l floats are regulated by small! hell The ; you ill succession the whole length in the Credit Mobilier. He is not, however treasures of the? household." Is it to be- wandered -SOTlS

headlight I is a Inorc effectual warning t flian: of the avenue entirely uncontrolled. If you I necessarily! a bad man or a corrupt at that young wives left ill boardinghouses IT occasionally happens that we get angry

this: whistle by night, and the multiplicityof take refuge ill a street car, more than half man, but he I is a weak man whose: stumlanl or in solitary homes, their minds with 1ouh'lpumr then)' of the quill. and the the

steam whistles only confuse by day. The the car will be 1i'1II111Iillt'tt with colored peo I; of propriety i in a public and t othYial 1 l position i t tilled i with the illusions gathered from time conl'tlICIUCt party necome lahtHnt ore frghtuto quite

force and vehemence with which. these :signals i tile How they all manage to procurethe renders him utterly unfit for the high otllce. perusal: of sensational and meretricious literature impossible( to II either the Sun

are made, sound like unearthly ex pie- requisite' ticket is a \problem ; but at to which he has been nominated.Mr. comparing the!sordid' commonjdace and 1'rc* or the 1'dlriot, for they are such
lives from the lower night they take possession: of all these beautiful whom the preposterously Ill absurdly ('olllltllnt.
. regions.So : [ .\ the nominee for Vie-e-I're-si- man they have married with tutions that we are compelled
: much noise demorali/es in every other dent, 'Noilly known as the man who was heroes of fiction "should grow discontented, they are joking in their ndvoeucy of Rcpublica'n -
resist. The orator screams, the preacher Washington paper says: : It is: }possiblethe : removed from the office of Collector of the. unbalanc'eil: und morbid, ready to seek n men 11Illt'l"url", There I N a certainsolemnity
be too easily deprived of about the asseverations of the
screams, the brakeman screams out the !station may Port of New York by Mr. JlU 'I'II. A \pet ofMr. new scnsationt! to imagine an !ideal, and If
runt Tress which would
his: political rights in certain !sections: of thecountry. Smut Impose: e on us
and bangs the door every time he goes Conkling's' and never having had any eventually appear in divorce courts? Is we did not know It of old, and, as: to timePatriot
However this be he i is not
through, the newsboy: screams, the street: may legislative experience: \ he has been chosen to it strange, that lads: should, invest their !spare we can: see its wink of tha i.f eye
\"cndm'II.1t,. his quota of noise, and everybody slow in asserting; his right to a fooling in the preside. over the highest legislative i body In change in dime novels and cheap pistols, and. (in every paragraph- who say I
public parks Washington.. "Pard, this Is for general consumption: ,
becomes poi+y It I is rare to find young the United :States to illustrate still further, it seek adventures? Is: it strange that family don't to our boys, you
If the character of those? who most free ttllt kllo1h(
people talking in quiet' placid tray but the them i is color tir, conclusion t'Ilt.IJt'autifllll'arkll i is to he presumed' the principle-' of civil !serrcform. life hccomc\s: u bore and home a prison to organs> rniiniiiir the '
whole pitch of man-and womankind' seems Client any people who have no re-sources! of their own ? of cheap; talk iCistfle most amusing liter-
i and I reservations: for which tore that finds its toourmiiictum. Thin !
to be attuned to and :set upon the model! of Washington is noted arc especially designedfur t Is the ticket regarded as: a strong one1 or a Scandalous. stories are seized upon with thin 1 rensnrolit (way iiizre.Mohi.MT .
the steam whistle. The little fire-cracker is: weak Ollt""t. should :say it would receive avidity, and public sentiment is so muchdcnioralied -

superseded by the big one, n\lllen'ry lad has the recreation, courting ground and the support! of the party, or those that ready credence! is given to Srnmo.m-The! Washington corrc-s-
of the colored
ihysieul enjoyment populuion. -
of thin Baltimore Smut the
stowed away a piece of ordnance in his pistol who vote the party ticket It will not any gossip: however improbublo or however pendent gives
If not created at least -
they are approiriated bit of information
following interesting: concerning -
pocket. The man who. will invent a for this at the receive \"t'rr' vigorous: support' from the high the reputation of the party assailed.The .
Kvcry day
purpose. i Florida
quiet substitute for the steam whistle, or thc hours when out-of-door exercise orair-tak- friends of (!rant, many of whom wouh policegazette-M,; : are found at every newsstand :
The President for ex-Senator
statesman who will suppress' them, will deserve doubtless: he secretly glad to sec it defeated nndtheircorruptinginlluenceyamnong t : ,; IiepuiIie'tum
mug is possiblethe colored citl/.en i is on hand ( It will not receive the. 1'1I'I'Ol't..r flurespect. the young and the homeless! can hardly hel..Umnl,1.
the of
highest need reward: and praise in force-in sullhic'iit force at least to cf- Governor of Florida, and discussed: Un
from suffering Iit'lplctllUu"anli; of tIn debar laxlies and from able independent vote, if 'n better, t ticket i is political situation at some length with him
eetuully gentlemen
human race. nominated. at Cincinnati, and. it will not The I'rt'sllcnt said that ho considered Oar-
he enjoyment of the :shades, the graceful CINCINNATI' June 111. field to lie a very strong/ candidate, und that
draw from the (!reenbackersProhibitionists ,
vulks: and cozy nooks und the cooling splash any support he thought it cxtremelv probable, If not
Till CE 'SeS. und outside organi/utions The interest in Chicago bus: jMissed by, anti almost certain, that while the
of the fountains. Kven the white nurses: Jemocrti.tlitllatc
The press our neighboring State of (!corgis !charges The attempt at enthusiasm" : is: mere chip-trap now comes Villc lIlIOti. The political caldron might have the solid Hth, (
with their
are compelled to forego
are speculating on the probable results of gotten up to order; u brass: band, u few cannot begin to boil until; both tickets wOIIII have the solid North He
heir confine it the outside
airing or to the would make bad
,the censns and its effect on thier political walks empty kerosene barrels, and a few homeorators are in the field. Mr. Tilden a mphynx, but thought mistake to Jt'I0'rb up any in the a hopeof -
condition The Atlanta Cun,tltutl- "On Sundays and holidays the : 1 is: ares easily placed in juxtaposition carrying/ that :State He !! ('( Senator
mates that the basis: of representation will hI' pressure It evidently a spiritless campaign' : for tin and the ht'atillf the Democratic) ticket will Conover what he thought of the prospect: of

after this census: one hundred seventy-live I greater and more constant, und the lady Republican party. Their luJpes rest on the be selected, and then will come four months: tlC South, und ex elected( to him the hope-
mist be !bold indeed who will venture to he would be Governor of Florida.
. thousand each District and of intense work. It is to be .
to Congressional" continuance Democratic dissensions inNew political' regret.teal
pass: through the boisterous and dusky : '1r ('oIO'r said ho had no doubt ut
that the effect of this will be to reduce the throng. York, which i is doubtless: a vain hope. that it will also be a period of mutual ell of his cleclol u.s Governor of Florida,

number of members of Congress from (Georgia ; On the other hand, the Democracy) scent dt'filll1l1titlllllllllllhllo t tll'urrlluuluhlll4t'. more he said!, a.s the Hl'1orlt.) }
"This continue far into the
monopoly of Florida hud tumd
an uut- -nut liour-
i from nine, the present number, to eight.So confident and contented! with It is that time up
light, and on Sunday nights even to the very altogether u pity' a political bon ticket nil way through He said to .
:: far as we can judge population of early hours of morning. It is no strange the Republican} nomination, und will doubtless lie curried on upon the piano' of argument, the President that (1'1, Grunt would hove It'

Florida will be shown to be about t three sight in any of the pretty circles to find ut profit by the command'they. have of upon public questions and politic-ill issues South heel by fill the strongest candidate in the

hundred thousand, and she will be entitledto nidnight every scut occupied by some dark the situation. -tOne thing/ i is noticeable, that nitlier than upon the personal' character of that, but the Republicans was popular could havenominated and-

two members of Congress' us at present, as (coning/ couple oblivious to all the world there i is no }perceptible organi/ation in the, candidate A candidate ltow-a-days i Is necessarily ho thought Curlll 111 very ivel I. He believed -

the fraction will be more than half; should but themselves. It becomes a sad reflection interest of any candidate. It i i.s an open u rcpre-scntative: man of his party' I he could pull Ourneld through in

the population fall under :St'.oiHi:? > we should when the people of Washington must look question, to be .It't'ih'.llII'OIl mutual conference d'cticral (rant it must: be, admitted I would] Florida.( and he thought if the Republicanswould and send
only home
lie reduced to one! member of Congress, but orvvurd to time inevitable end, that of all the at Cincinnati f, as to who will lIe the not have been in himself; or on account of some good "' "Jl'11 into tho money South, t two or
we think it more probable i that our population harming parks and gardens and lovely bits most: available candidate. Personal! u preferences any views of his own. a representative' three other States might bo curried.Now .

will exceed :?::300WK)( than fall below, it. 01' turt'iand shade, t that render the capital : will be yielded to the general good I ; but but wOIII.ll1I'c'I'aril! )' lave represented the that 1 is refreshing 1 How glad the

The total vote in isi'(; wa over t'1,1 HM), which, beautiful above all other cities, not one it is a strulmgpurty which can offer such men triumvirate \\'lIoplll't1 him nomination, Republicans Florida must be to It'ur that

counting ;>i to the vote, would give :'Jiil.oonnt ? place exists( where a lady may stroll or sit, as ll.iyard, and Thurman, Hancock, and I :Mr. Itlaine and :\11'. Sherman would have' the thing Is so securely jtrnvidcd. for I tAN

that time. It is will known that there or permit her children to play, and he safe Field-men of eminent ability, high character ,been equally with Mr. (iurficld representative )
ex-President I Is always
un elephant on
has been a larger t proportionate i increase of nun the bold eyes, insulting tongue, coarse 11111'1'0ttetlll1tt'grit '-II\,1I who arc-alike .t (Chicago Convention has in time hands: of the American pepltand when I

immigration during the last four years language: and offensive presence of this clams: patriots und statesmen j while :Mr. Tilde-ii, tll'cIIIIIulu a platform, but it is understood the ex-President l is so v'hrorous und uenerallvcapable

while the natural reproductivencss of the of lounger" although: not standing in all respects: as high !;Yever'burlythatit( is only an old-fashioned( ll Ocncrul Grunt til 1"1111" : (.

colored population ii greater in Florida Such a description will apply to very few in public estimation i us those we have piece of formalism to give the t/ candidate (hug more within vexatious reason than(but ever the country' { i would 10th.

than elsewhere, and is probably in em-is of of our :Southern: coimnunitcs where good named\, yet ranks in every respect far aboveMr. some supposed, definiU-ncss of view.on political Hot give him, but nothing large enough to

thc ratio of the white population. iree-ding and imlite-ne-ss is the rule with our : iarficld. The principal objection trMr. > questions ; but (ho }platform is of that meet his ideas. and the [lopular ('lttillto of

The new bails will not go into effect until ('olorl'.ll'opulatiou. Such freedom becomes TihU'ii lil'lolill the 1IlIf.lrtullatcliltlitioll putty-like consistency !that it can be made to his' Clt'J/'llllt. ubI i i itil'IIUPlt'lll to \illl

Jssi i! I, us the full returns will not be officially license in a place like Washington; and( the of New York }politic-sand the reputation he uppe-ur topri-se-nt the views of nil purtionsuftimeparty (il'leralor tho WUI Army gln'l' witl un 1"J"ilol" indeed -

reported until 18S1, and the redistricting of prevalence of outrages of the must heinous has of being/ too much of a ismliticizhi-the everybody understanding! / J jt means liberal salary, resigned. it. He

the :State: cannot take place until the seion lass has forced Congress to adopt a immurese- same feeling which },prejudiced: r. Van nothing in itself, und that the true platformof was made President twice in succession, but
i Iluren in the public mind. :Mr. Tilden's the party is party' SIIC-CC-SH. )Ir. (iarfield the experiment was not eminently ucees.sful -
t>f the LejrMature in 1$32.IT : vere and repressive j jnal code. Of course its I und 1 successful or not tho unwritten
the ruin of the cohircd race : such license public r"I'or.lllt'url1o "stains like :Mr. O.irficld's stands to Ids party very much in the same ; ,111'1'1 Republic forbade giving'

neither : DeOolyer '''''it ion us Mr.: Springer Mr. Morrison him another let ,
is: within the jmwer of a single: man in engenders; utter dcmorali/atiunand the race Credit Mobilier nor I 1' or te-rm. everylmdy agrees
Congress: to sometimes do more )harm than sinks to its lowest I'H1. The only remedy] connections have ever or could ever I Mr. lllackburn do to the Democratic }partywellknown that fe olllt: lot to 'bo turned out in thocold
tat be cured by all the good the other members fasten such leader\ in Congre-ss chairmenof mil his ability II0Wl.,1 to rust in rttn'lIIelt
i is tn c-m-ourage the colored l people to form on a man us )rr. Tilden, while him UN
the Senate Ihall '
do. t morning
Mr.can Jones, of(Yesterday Florida, retried t'runttime( ommunitie-s of their own, with their own bis intellectual force would make! him the important committees, old representativemen. I."u're 1011I1 to make him u Ih'lll14rwl&

naval committee a resolution authorising churches, school-houses, parks und fountains I head of his own administration, which :Mr. lie is wcuditc-d, however, with two ( or n'tir. him us u ('llrl I

the :Secretary of the avv to secure adequatenaval I if you ;will. Set apart u iiortion of the Garfield, ('lIul.llll'n'r be- stuins! : on his public' ilmracter, which! tine I ho fitting be btlt.WI China Another un kUKja-stiun tor is. that Hit
harbors' the of 1\lhu."a ,
for use Ui
station and confessed and avoided 'but
not denied The'
them them to build good
naval forces of the United :States along the city for encourage: hlgho-t position known to diplomacy, with)
Central American coasts and the coasts of louses, cultivate their Keif-respect, create u New YORK, June 1.1, fair inference from these transactions is that liberal salary and allowance, to adjust t our
the American Isthmus. The purpose of the public sentiment among them which will It ii certainly very tiresome to have all hel l is ut least too weak u man (In moral ft am- difierelttswiththeCelestalLtnpire.\ To the

resolution was to provide for the adequate; enforce 11I''CIIt'und order, and! it will be conversation turn on !jMilitlcM at! (till! altercate ina to be the head of this government, Hut lirtt arrangement itstrn0ulmtableubjectittns!there! lire practical but timesee-pcr-

protection uud inter-oceanic American communication.interests! in the Isthmus The better for them.und other pe-ople. subject to the weather, which i is always apart from tbe-so charge, he is what may be ond liujuinot! in the nature of the thing can;only bo

Government had, borne time;.;.., determined This i is the true policy in all of our towns. a privileged! 'Iut. tiun. loth I bides are confident called un energetic, self etude and clever temporary} ; and, a.s to giving (General Grant

to establish a proper sUp ervision over the At Gainesville is cxemplied its success! in but the Democrats littiethe more *,. man, not very definite and decided in his any would ordinary be ( IliJ.IIIUtU U alpulntment, ) i

Isthmus, and for this jmrjiose war1",1,, the: neat arid well-built j>ortioii of the town They do not regard the Republican: ) ticket aspoHsesing views and preferring rather to follow than triation In'ollt'llllJ him
alilfl I
urged were sent Congress The give Secretary him authority of the to Navy secure occupied by the c-olored jople, with their : any elements of strength and lead the! public opinion of hit partyltd' f It sc-cm-j I good ( revive I InluKJI)
Jurlield's record enables them the would not be c-xpeciallyrhoscn to be the tion to make all ex-ProidcnU life
the to Uerlr
the means necessary to churches, their parsonages: }put of lime ith und
United States vessels, and this was the objectof orange trees, bananas and i gardens undwellhettlcd party on the defense on UC"IJlllltufthe Credit: candidate for iou-rnor of his State, because bute, but Nlah'without, w the 1 salary vote which a Senator
the rCiulutio1nlltofJUl111; urged the homes. Mobilier and<<1 IMiolyer matter The Democratic he i U not! <*!.*.< fully jM'pular over other ntf- ha in Ids cai apity. There f N
importance of the measure earnestly; and candidate who shall be selected at iiiblicanH of the! State, but a* u Presidential( ] much to l'I.rl'lrtntatvf of this scheme, but
presented the ill its national import
ance. Senator subject Cockrell, of Missouri, objectvd S'tw'mtK.: June 14. Cincinnati will hare his record closely) ('andidate.( State pride and Htute Jute-rests are a c-on.titutjonul to amendment!It intp!effe-cl.would Meanwhile-be neceasary .

to toiii-ideration of the resolution, und by 'fhe purily] machine character of Northern looked into, and if he ho.s no "stainor rtlityltgsn to sustain bin*. lie would nut why fchould curry not one of General! flraiit'n next

a the exercise of thus prerogative prevented itsoiiaidcrution. 1 jiolitics' f N shown in the ready and rather smirches, they will boon" be manufactured probably have gut at good u vote its Foster frU-nds, the Senatorial Triumvirate, resign iu
He alai urgcdand pleailemlwith efforts of the Republican prexsand for him. ill the last e-hvtlon. hU favor und let Uim go to 1 the Senate in
t by: other Senators, j p'r..onall\- withdraw inticipatory the i IIrru I for lJtbcrConkting
his objection, but he doggedly refused.It leaders to In-got a semblance! of enthu- The Northern people live 011 new.-pajK.-r It U amusing to see the effort to bolster uj 1.(11ay', 1"1 or Cameron,."IHulu to, show fiir|

wa-s oi i i'ially imjiortant to provide pro j I bia. 1I1 for Garfield and Arthur.Perkaj They digest the morning new* with their' time nomination In every iMisiible Wit)'. A!i sincerity. dMingnUh himself ttnd tau the
ff protection American interests on tlmduring two men in the breakfasts and 1 their after Old Coittiti i.idem great wrvic-e. Kitbe-rNew-:
Itt thrnus and there wenno fveiling paper Lincoln wa.'J olive II rail-fplitteriij 1 Jits, )
the of Congress, 'VUtl.
th Ugh all the senators recess except one realized country who )have less to build up any *entimelit dinner. The craving for news {b supplied' I MO I!may been tt"'J\'tlll t Iarifeld ; }flal York! to, Illafl* aerifice 1'riuuylvmumla of u favorite would/be-non

thmii need and were anxious to meet it, they or enthusiasm over than thee two in the larger towns by the bulletin hoard. a tow on the (<1:1 I jH-rind of three in order to accomplish w> "great I good,''amino

were unable to do so.-11'uhi'mgtuu1t4- men: Uartield known only aa a etoik !speaker The first question in the morning, or, in month when boy. I> ,ubtlo hU forth; I lutil1 of tho I'n.Lcm.' ."'ha Ill

for hU party in Congress;, of very undecided ([act ut any time between two ucqtiuintam-e tlln biography will cutll many art Lie we do with the Grunt "HuM"\ lor.
to Jieoplu
nomination of K. ''JLnkeny as Sur.T'orUenerJ.1 opinion on leading measure, having, expressed i ie, "Whatthe new?" A railroad; accident dotes beer kening hU incipient greatnesa and laTc.J'hidlfi4'Tiuu"
Florid" be arteftIwn
failed to
antI no successor of was noiuiuated to J, himself on the tariff question as or Hteamer collision( N a kind of Oodsend incident of bU life hU cinart laIIG and .

". "' [- kney United State Attorney North being "for a protection which leads to ultimate to the newt-serkerx. Everybody who doing. We think a little thejtvcondband Tutextcllclmcetf Gati.liautxuk's. military

"n District of Florida. TbU leaves the free trade, and for a free trade which was in the accident, Of who ha ceii someone book fetore would bring to record in the fuu that wbt-u ,the

t the nut itl e-lou the }hands of Congress.! f the' President. until can only be achieved through a reasonable who Wa.t. ha bU account of the seed light Ute lft. of Fremont, gotten up when fugiy.II war wu uhiuyt l'it, und acted .uccun-x

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{ ( tf ACROSS THE ATLANTIC.AT mail agent, hut with !some' other'+, will follow CONDENSED) ): : TIME CARD -1-MALLORY'S x i: iv s c' H 1:1) tt I.I': !

>( PEA, May, 18SO.Kditor it up to Qtiecnstown. All are on deck, OK THE 1.'I.OIUnNTlanNUII': I.IX I:. -

,' Mirror Perhaps( : : some of your and our fellow passengers! are giving us the ATI.\XTJCm.t.l.t; WEST INDIA TItAN .- a .. --I e!

readers never crossed! (the mighty ocean, and "parting kiss. Then comes the waving of SIT RAILROAD, Only Direct Line to Xew fork J (ao lua.\ I l K { FLORIDA [

t it might be interesting to them to know handkerchiefs and hearty cheers!! as! we car 1'EXIXSrLAU: RAILROAD, *j I L.. ., jft -*.

.( something of life on the Ot'cnlllve.! We bark on our tiny little steamer. We arc now ( Hrtfrfo( Hranrh,) I J* --- --

t sailed\ 'from New York, May 22d, at 3 p. in., steaming! up the noble harbor of iuoem-! ; ( ANDCUMBERLAXD I HOrn:

on tho good ship City of ltifli ion>t, Captain' town, and see the spot' where the good ship I INLAND j

T/jech, commander, hound for (Jueemtownnnd OmttrNntloH was anchored. We must now In f-yrrl;: Mninri/, lf>K<>. MN

dverj>noh Before proceed I must gh'c prepare our baggage, as the customs ofliocrs OTIMJIIIOAT pOM 1* AX V I
.Oti 'otno little incidents that precceded our will soon board trs ;' hilt as I have no lire- Atlanta Ou......... ............... :.!Mr.. M. 11'1NTEltTEXIS: : :

departure I was down at the pier in good arms, nor 101 cigars!!, nor a full bottle of cognac Leave Macon, fJn................ ......... 1A' I'. M. ,
time and was surprised to find both !ship) and I feel at ease, as these are the most Leave Brunswick, (!ia................... (fI.t? .> A, M. CAIT. 1IINES,
; Arrive Fcrnandina Flu...............10.15 A. M. t
lter"fIIO crowded and wondered how all could looked after, so I think nil will be right. I CITY OF DALLAS,
Leave Fcrnundimi.......................10.0! A. M. ... i +nA
find room with comfort, )hut, soon found thatit must now sec to my traps and prepare for Arri\cBald. win, } la..................... J/t J'1* CAPT. RISK.:
was friends who )had to off. landing. You may hear from me again ; : of the above Steamers will leave
come see us Leave 1t7i ;I\\.i-llilrJI\\ f : k.! liVfl1T.::: .: U-I-I. ONE
i When the' hour of departure (came the cry Toumst.nousKitoLn '. Arrive Jacksonville\ (('"in. Route).. .2.3. )p. M. for New York every Friday
(to suit the tide).
of Air ashore" caused! ruth\ for the gang KNOWLKIHIE. Leave Ilaldwin for; Cedar: Key.....: 1..d) r. M. This: line, having no transfers! to make No SEASICKNESS! No OCEAN DANGERS
way, and the greater portion of the crowd Arrive Waldo (Junction P. It. 11)) .. 4.11 r. M. between

returned to the I teardrop To CLEAN BLACK fATF.RtAl.l.-Tnke the Leave Waldo. ............................ ... 4..IO 1'. M. -
pier. saw a
many article you wish to clean, on the side you in* Arrive Gainesville........ ............... -17 1'. M. FERNANDINA AND NEW: YORK, THE \ .RSCITY .
and great )Inn .shaklng, and when the tend to ]make up as the right; side; brush well Leave Gainesville! ....................... 3.:!J 1'. M. Offers! the
lines were east off, what an ovation) I The I all the dust! out of it ; then take at}piece of Arrive Cedar Key........................ 9..TO: r. M. BEST; AND CHEAPEST: : TRANSPORTATION OF ItlllDCiKTOX
pier was literally crowded<< ; cheers and<<1 waving black flannel or an old black woolen stocking Trains to Jacksonville and North of Ilald TO FLORIDA( SHIPPERS.:
handkerchiefs could (it limit!' always be black ;) dip it into win daily. And DAVID CLARK.rM' .
as long as we see
cold coffee, and sponge well the material all UOI.NU: NORTH. Vegetables! nnd Fruits will receive special

them. General Grant leaves New York often over alike ; then fold up each piece or Leave Cedar Key........... ............... 4.15 A. M. cure in handling
without so much display.!' Our ship moved breadth nice and even and let it remain Arrive Gainesville........................ Ml A. M. l'AH.'iI ACCOMMODATIONS AREFIRSTCLASS 'fnp; 1'ASTU11SSENGEIt .
down the beautiful harhor crowded with sail' damp for three or four hours. Iron on the Leave Gainesville.................... ... 8.50A.M.. ) .
and steam-craft' with stately passed wrong side, and the old dusty shabby dress Arrive Waldo) (P. It. It. June.)...... H.48 A. M. t J lYEOETAnL l
j grace, will look fust as fresh and bright us new. I Leave Waldo.............................. l .5T> A. M. The traveling public are offered the advantages e
: through the Narrows, and reached Sandy have tried this receipt: on black silks j,arll.I Arrive Baldwin..........................12.17P. M. of a DIRECT LINE:, WITHOUT
Hook at 5.o'clock p. in. Her conno was I matas, lustres and merinos!, and consider it 'Hollte.1f.15 : ANY CHANGES. Connections made *at LINE.-
Leave Jacksonville\ Cum A. M.
( ) Jacksonville with nil steamboats< for all
the best that I have used. It neither streaks
then turned eastward, and ere the sun went deadens the gloss! nor rots the material. I, Arrive Hold win...........................12.30: :/ r. M. }points on the St. John's, Ocklawaha, and
down in the western! horizon we )lost sight oft would like to have a good receipt for home Leave i '"Baldwin.; .....:.- ...........:.-..:..12.40: )p. M. Indian Rivers, timid with the Transit Railroad Mourner City of Ilridgeton,

our great American continent, add there made bread.Country Gentleman. Arrive J
'I was nothing to be seen but the starry! heavens ORANGE TARTLETS.-These! are made by Leave Fcrnandina........................ 3.4-r r. M. in Florida.FREIGHT. ,
lining with sweet short Leave Brunswick!' ..............v......... 800; r. M. AND PASSENGER RATESAS Waits! at Fernandina for the Monday and
above and the blue of the patty-pans paste,
waves! mighty filling with uncooked rice, and baking to n Leave Macon............................... HMO: A. M. LOW AS BY INDIRECT LINES Thursdaynight Vegetable Trains of the
ocean beneath our feet. After pacing the color then the rice being removed Arrive Atlanta (la....................... 1.15 I'. M.
deck a short time I went down to the saloon, each light tartlet;is furnished, with a small:, quantity -, Trains to Cedar Key and South of Baldwin Eft-Through Rates and Bills" of Lading ATLANTIC, GULF & WEST INDIA JfI/,' ;.

and incthought I was in the "Land of. Flow. of compote of oranges cut up} small. daily except Sunday.I'ENINSULAR to all points. ANDPEN

en ; the tables and piano were decked with Orange tartlets are usually served (cold but : R AILUO A I), For passage! or further information, apply XSULAR RAI LRO ADS, '
they may be made hot by being }put into ( Waldo Jfratirh.) to
n huge bouquets of various designs a ship in the oven for a short time after they have R. W. Ot'fHWICK, Agent: leaving Centre Street Dock direct for Savannah.
full rig, and many other colossal ones-the been filled with the compote. The following fiOIX SOVTII. :Fernandina. Passengers and shippers! are assuredof
names of the donors written beneath the is another form : The shell' of paste is made JA'ave'tlJdn Junction................ li.OO A. )I. C. It. MALLORY it CO., connection at Savannah\ with the steamships
the same in diameter as the oranges about to Leave Hawthorne....................... ;,40 A. M. Pier W' East. .Rivcr, New York.. 2-tf and trains for the North
parting gifts of friends. One hungry )lady be used ; these after being peeled and coredare Arrive Lochloosa........................ 8.10 A. M. -- --- -- -- --
I entering exclaimed Oh me I so flowers haves FLORIDA AN)) HAVANA
many cut in : lengthwise, and! treated (101NU POUT' ,(. Steamer David Clark,
and no food ; give me more food and less!'! with syrup ; then half an orange, with the Leave Lochloosa.........................10.00) ) ,.. M. EEKLY FAST MAIL SERVICE
(lowers." I have no doubt before the last convex side} uppermost) is placed on each LeVve Hawthorne........................10.45 A. M. \ CAPT. P. H. WARD,
served half hour after she tartlet and a small, quantity of syrup i is Arrive Waldo Junction...............12.15:! 1'. M. Leaves Centre Street Dock every Wednesday
was an loured over. This variety nt orange tartlet Trains: from Waldo. to Lo'hln"I'1tlllli: return and Saturday for SAVANNAH, touching at
I would be heard to say, (JIve me less!'! food can be ornamented with candied( cherries, angelica Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.CONNECTIONS. 1UIUNSWICK, /ST.: SIMON'S:, DARIEN: and

and more floweN. blanched pistachio nuts or almonds. :: DOHOY, GA.

We breakfast at eight, lunch at one and Qt'AKF.n OMELET.-A Quaker omelet is a ATLANTA.Close .
dine at six. All the best the handsome and sure dish when care is taken Memoranda.Steamers .
markets can connection I is made at Atlanta ("fa.; ,
afford on l both sides of the water is served in the preparation. Three eggs, hull'a cup to and from all points North, East West and Performed by the new and sidewheel,' are connected Through Tariff
up) of milk and half ut'Born
one a tablespoon Northwest pointed !steamship) ADMIRAL ( ), with the Atlantic, Gulf it West India Transit
in good style.' Tho trouble fa that horrible starch one tcaspoonful of (butter daily.AT
; put MACOX, f11'ith i\. according to the following schedule : Peninsular Railroads, and via Savannah :
nuisance!' *'ea-sickness' prevents: quite u the omelet pan', and a cover that will fit leave Cedar Key on Tuesday morning. with steamships for Baltimore, Philadelphia
1 number from enjoying their clime on, to heat ; beat the yolks of the eggs, Trains for, Eufaula: Columbus, (in., (Passengers from Savannah leave by steamer New York and lloston.
repasts '
your Mobile and New Orleans
the starch and the salt well together Montgomery, '!
corn -
very City nt Itridgeton on ::;Saturday ))p. m. Leave For State-Rooms, Tickets and all other
humble servant for one. ; beat the whites to a still' froth add AT KKUXXDIXV: : .\., Fernantlina: or Jack-IIn\'illl'liy Transit: t Rail- partiC'ular.1I1'1'Iy' to the following Agents
Our good Captain knows right well how to the well beaten yolks: and starch ; stir all With New York and Fl.rtHllllllllILh'III1.: mail.l train Monday; morning), Arrive at and Otllces\ :

to manage the shill) 0111) for hit: uniform, together very thoroughly then add, the ship Line froth. I New York on Wednesday, at Key ".e-t.Wednesday lIIornin Arrive at Jo'l'I'lHlllllilla.'In.t'ul't.' J. L. Roiimillat,
you would take him for a l Long Island milk ; now put the butter in t he hot }paq, ioN:< ) n, m., and for. New York on Friday, at Havana Wednesday! afternoon. .\l'lIt.l't'l1tre; :St.: between Second and Third.
i and when melted |x>ur in the mixture cover :3.40 )p. m.; from Nassau N. 1'., on Wednesday Returning leave Havana( / Thursday evening. Savannah Ga.-Cor. Hull and liryan Sts.,
fann I cr. A kind word for all, and n gentle and I place on the stove where it will brown '
; for Nassau N, P., on Wednesday.With / Leave Key West! Friday morning. Arrive : kl undI'rl''en:: House.
how to the ladles: ; he takes his rounds (but, not burn ; cook about seven minutes, (;l'orgilluIIII Florida. Inland Steamboat Cedar Key Saturday morning (and ntJacksonville Jaksonville, Fla.-Corner play& and Pine
( twice n day to see how hi" children" are fold, turn on a hot dish, and servo with the Co. from :Savannah:; on 'fll.tla't'lhH''''- and Fernandina by Transit :Sts.: Dr. J L'Engle's: Drug Store; A. C. Lanphere. -
for he has cream. sauce i uml. around it. If the yolks day, Friday and :Sunday; Savannah: on Railroad :Saturdayevcuing and at :Savannah:; Ticket Agent ; A. J.. lliuigcrford,
getting; along a large family to
; and corn starch are thoroughly beaten and ''l'm..IIIFritll1, and! ( Sunday by :steamer City of; Bridgetoii Monday morning Agent.
care for-one hundred and twenty-five in the when the stilT whites are added) ) they are well With Charleston Steamers' ((8f. J,doi* and ), thus forming the shortest jiossiblc sea/ Augustine, 1"la.-OIl the Tiny R. F. \' ;
-"r'cabin and an many in the .tel'fIlc-two: mixed, and the pan and cover are very hot. City Point/ ) from Savannah and Charleston route between the United States: and Cuba. Armstrong/ Agent. :

hundred and fifty besldea! tho crew. there can be no failure. Wednesday: and Sunday: : Savannah: and PASSAGE: : i 1: H\n::4. Palatkn Fla.-Lilienthal Urothers it Co.,
THE following recij. will restore the original ; Charleston! Monday und\ Frhl.\. ". Agents.
Like our country, our fellow passengersare polish of furniture. csiHi-ially in the case With Steamer: Flora daily to und from :St.Mary's : ( 'niln. J'jcriir.on.. GITSTAVE: LEVE.General : }:.
cosmojMilitnn, and the otllccrs/ and crew of such articles as pianos!', fancy tables, cabinets (eta, tutu semi-weekly to and from :Savannah:; to IJI1\11I1I1.$3:! ) 94-* >0} ; Passenger' Agent.
Fernandina to I Livuta..ii:! tHI :38 (N)
arc the same Ami-Hams: taking the lead lacquered 1 ware etc. which have bo- St.: Mary's River landing' Jacksonville to Havana; ..... MINI :3* rJl 0 W. F. HARRY, .
in numbers, although the ship) is English) come: tarnished by use: : .Make a jxilish by .\1IVI.DWIX, Ft..\., -lalt'TOolIIun.1!' tickets apply' to LEVE: : General Agent, Savannah
half of shellac the
putting an ounce same J. N. HARRIMAN
built and carries the English Hag ; but every quantity:..f gum lac and a quarter of an With Trains; for Live C)ak.Tallaha"l'.11I111 it .tLIII'N'S'I'nurist;: Otliccs.! 11 Manager.,
all points in Middloiind West Florida. Savannah, (Sa.;Corner Hull and Hr'lm"tl't'l.t" .
one makes himself at home ; no stilt formal ounce of; gum sandanic of spirits ---- --- --

ity ; all mingle freely, and before; two days of nine. Put them all together in a stone AT 1. Intttle near: the tire, shaking it very often With Steamer Alji/m for all- ]>oints and
out chat and talk if
we as! we had known Agent.
As noon! as the gums are dissolved it I Is ready. landings on Orange l ako, on urriud of Peninsular Pine Tilt: STF.AMKIW
each other for years. The only I ones not for use.! Then take a roller of woolen rags llailrouil Train. Jat'k"oll\'jJ1-'orner' Hay and streets.
old broadcloth will do A. ( LANPHEUE I :, Agent: *
board that soft nicl'I\-l'ut n .
represented on one meets with in -H V
:St. Augustine: -On Bay.
our largo cities was John Chinaman and the little of the polish on it, also a few'drops) of 20tfNT. 1 ST. JOHNS'1' CITY ..0 I X'I' |
With Lino for Ocala and Agent.
Stage : Tampa' onMonday
lin..el'cillil.. Rub tho surface to lie polished' ; ._ .. \ < i
i noble lied Man of the West but have and from ___
Wednesday Saturday
; wo with this, going!: round and round, over a ; MARY'S IU\'Illl'\KI'I': : e- if
tho pale brother of tho latter from Nebraska: small space) at it time until It begins to be 01'111u",1 Tampa Tuesday Friday and Sun
10th. Then finish second rubbing tla)'. r ,. .
and some from Tern and Nlcarauga; -but not quite snit by a ?
with spirits of wine and more of the \T l'EII.\Jt KEY: FL t., _
Ixtisepti.Sometimes 'itohsh.\ Furniture thus treated will have a With Tampa Steamship: l''u.'S. Line for irlm
the monotony of the set is ,brilliant luster, equal to new. Tampa and Manatee Monday and Thursday,

great, but they contrive many: ways to relievo .\ wtl.'tll"lt-One-hlllf tumbler. of granulate atI p m., iiinl for Key Nest Sunday and .
it, such us shutllc-board, quoits, and *! sugar, one tumbler of sifted (lour, one Thursday, at (Ii ip. III. : :STEAMER: : FLORA. .
With the United States and Havana "'II.tluiI
tcosi>oonful of l'rt'atllof tartar one tempi i oonful CAIT. JOHN 1MCHARDSOX: : -
t the pool, drawing like u lottery for the run ,
l of vanilla ; bill the Hour four tmin eslieu t ) Steamer .liliuiral for t Key West t !Havana, \'TILi.IcaVCFernandinafirJacksonville i'
of the ship, besides cards and clicks) at allwhich add the cream of tartar and sift again; buthave Cuba, on arrival of:Spe'ial'I'rain: t''I'1'fU'S.. 1VILi.ltl'N OX THE ST. r.ltY'HI'; "- and Palatka, nnd intermediate landings J
\, Young America is expert; and Eng. the right; measure before adding) ) the day afternoon at "..'\\0 1'. m. From itavana( cr during I ; the season as follows : ;: on the St. John's River, and Savannah J
I land also. And there J is music equal to any cream of turtur; sift: sugar and measure; Cuba: and Key West every :Saturday. :Special ]..C:1H'iT.: MVKY'H EVERY: )lOxn.\Y and and( Charleston, as folows : ]
beat the whites! of eleven 0J4 ton still froth, train tOl'IIllllt't.Wit THURSDAY: MORXING at Ii we shall )hear in the drat'ing-rooms onshore then add the sugar; lightly little at a t time, h tl'lLl1l'ro.ttrpri"l', for j III,Ii(ints on the FF.HXXDIXA: : ; nnd will leave FF:iLS.15DIN.t From Fernandina

then the flour the same way, then tho vanilla :Stiwanneo: ]liver: on Thursdays ti I a, m. same days at 1II. m., for CAMP PIXCKXEVami : FOR JACKSONVILLE:' AND PALATKA, j
do) ) until For information roiKt-ting routes, rates all intermediate (landings tin the river. .4
The weather I is! line and we- are having 1goo.l \ ; not stun Ix-ating you \put in the
( tho 33H pan to bake ; take forty minutes m a mod- etc., apply to Returning; EVERY: TUESDAY}; and FRIDAY JfrEVERY: WEDNESDAY.-tS: J .(.
run, average speed' knots crate oven not oi"cning the door( !* for the A. O. Mu-DOXELL, will arrive at ST. MAKY'H at 5 p. m.,
;.4 daily.( The second night out we had u de9 first fifteen minutes; try mad if not done, let Gen'l Ticket and Pass. ,\ I'llt. touching; at FKKXxnix. From Fernandina

lightful tnoon.rl:4t.s she emerged from stand a few minutes )longer ; the tumbler D E._M.I \XWKLL: Geii'lSupt.: 21T On WEDNESDAYS!) ; und :SATURDAYS FunXX.1I AXI> CHARLESTON: ff
---- -- ---- will MAIIY'S M'M:! and 1.1
leave Sr. at : |
the sea ho was enveloped In a thin cloud must hold tWlIl1nlu quarter gills. Icing a. III., can
Whitt..lIftwu eggs, two teacupfuls of sugar; Till': FLORIDA be chartered 1 for excursions to EVERY: FRIDAY.-t
which resembled
and the
ship on lire cryof boil the sugar with just enough water to iist 11111"'"''''.
"Ship on fire I" was heard on all fides.! moisten it Close connection made with
L ; jNiur boiling hot verysluw ly, steamers for
and other of interest in the
IlIlint:4 vicinityof
\\ \ IMPltOVEMENT: : ClM1'.IN1'1'crnandIiia
r the l eaten dissolve- small ha'lfteospoonfnl i Mellonviile }: also with
It was magnificent. We have five\ minister over eggs: Fernandina. unlllIh'rl'ri.c.' frteam-
of critic acid in a InLlt'l'ol"| oonfiil ers for Ocklawaha: River ; also at Savannah -'
I of the gospel on board, and this. U the seemid ,
t of water and put in enough; of it to make a Through: Hill oT laidingby with steamers: for New York Philadelphia,
Sunday, We haul divine I"cT\'Il't.-t'lIth. pleasant' flavor.-7V
olic and Episcopalian-both days. So we HARD AXII Sort Soip nW1I T.'LLOw.-YlIlir ]Mjints on tho! St. Mary's. steamers for New York, Philadelphia' Baltimore -,
i are of the happy family, although wo have Detroit subscriber make excellent hard ('10'"'"> Connection and with Northeastern! A South Carlo- 1 I

the unbeliever and scoffer on lioard a.s well soap from clean, pure may tallow us follows : Ten Towns' on R. U. Line, made with the New York and SavannahSteamers. lina Railroads for routes North, East and .
West. .
us on shore 1 must say' however, that I pound of tallow are cut up into small pieces And Cedar Key. Mark all grads ",Cure of Steamer :: '
and in suitable boiler. There is Fernandina. FIRST-CLASS
placed a Flora 1'R'UXGEHCCmDIO- ..a
have not heard oath either from
an passengels then added one gallon of soda lye, made as ACCOMMODATION'S FOR PAS. DATIONS, J
; or crew since I came on board follows : Half a poutlll! of common washing sengew. Excursionists: and Tourists will
.t As for {olitics, its name is never mention- soda (carbonate) is dissolved in a gallon of find this. very ultnwtivetrip, as the scenery Through Tickets and Staterooms! secured
e4: we left it all behind us. One Englishman water ; u few small pieves of frv hly burned Otreryto I-esMf.s and I'un-hasers a large i.rolulan.1 alligators and other game are and all information furnished at office, corner -
Centre and Second streets.
quick lime are added to take the farhnnic abundant.For .
did exclaim that he belonged to a acid of the soda, to render it up caustic. The number of the most eligible and desirable further information! apply to 20-ly_C. A. NOYES.

country on whose subjects( the sun! neversets clear liquor is drawn off and poured over the Lots. suitable for Business Purposes! or for JOHN RICHARDSOX, A. B. NOTES ",1GROCER
but as it was only a boast, it was passed tallow, and toiled very gently for four hours. 25-tf Fernandina. Fla. ,
The vessel is removed from the fire and the City or Suburban Residences, ---- ---------- ------ .
byWe contents are cooled for one hour. The spent II O RACK DREW, AND SHIP CHANDLER,
are now in right of the Irish coast, lye is then |*>ured off and u fresh charge of UPON EASY TERMS:

Monday morning, May 31st, and it Is refreshing one ,gallon of lye is made as before, with the Wholesale and Retail HEALER IN ...l '
I to have the land breeze after an addition of a handful of ('ommollllUlt. The liberal Discounts on Values allowed to '
imperfect soap is again boiled for four hours ProviHiouM, Liquors! Etc.
eight' days voyage. We are viewing the very gently, and bet off to cool. A sample parties engaged in manufacturing or industrial NT.\.TIOX.Iln',

signals on the hills, and in a few hours more may bo tried to ascertain if it is hard enough; entcrpriM., who will erect on the BOOKS
will tread once more the green fields of It not, another boiling with fresh lye thould } property 01NT FOB B. F. AVERY & CO.'S PLOW J,
be given. The ten poumU of tallow will purchased substantial improvements And. ]ll'HU', a
Joriu. sixteen of The -
We are now passing Bantry IVay with ita liquid Slap when pounds finished placed warm in u for residence, or in which to conduct their 51!) WEST lily STarT, CESTBE STREET,

1 countless fishing smacks ; one, a Frenchman square box, about three inches deep, to cool business.

came alongside of our ship. Thus is a and harden, and may be cut into bars after INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA.jtirSrhooI 52 tf FERNANDINA, FLA.
wal'lh.o'or soft soap, potash I is, used! in placeof .
rendezvous for all the fishing vessels of Europe soda, and no salt 1 is added as soda in any by exemption for a term of years from I D... ARTHUR. C. FORD
: Some of the ptassengers'counted one, form U not required. The lime honld be '
I hundred and twenty-five but there were used to make the i otah caustic as with the taxation, .offered by the several chiN and '

We hail the mail steamer coming to soda. By using live pilous of lye one bull towns Apply to Hook a lt'da"tJ"," DENTIST
more. ing only need be made, ami it is well} to use Fourth St. bet. Centre
meet us and relieve the ship of Its precious borne excel of potash, else l the tallow 'A ill J -OttiN cor Boach & 7th fets: Fernandina.16tf CIUUI-: TO TilE )MIRROR $2 PER Alachua

j mail and several passengers. I am not a not all bo sajiomtied. SlTD. ; $1 for six months.: 4S tf FEUNANDINA, FLA.


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i II. 1. ItAICril: A IIUO., TO .1[}' r'/;//':.\ /) r. n'. c.. Mr. JOXK' :*. of Flnri.ln-T. will Mate the laws! which make the cutting and the carry-
: a THE BEST REMEDY I I lintf of iSim/iiiTA, (nt. main purpose} of the bill. The a0h'ctV85 hug-away from the public domain of growing
. I J very fully discussed: : nt the other end. of the timber criminal offenses.
I Oh, light may the pod) lie over thy breast.Wh51s rapitol. 'There have been a great many )Iu. ISOAU*.-Will the Pc.natorexp1aiii.if:
:a ron >t (lowers of purity rl'nrthdr fair heads suit inMitued by the (Government against n difiierent'oliey i is 5 to be pursued 1, why this i
315: Tearl St.. New fork.M. lands in discrimination in point of time i i4 made in
; the !
: parties: for trespasses! on public
Diseases of the Throat and Lungs And emit sweet perfume: in: they grucefully
\ ::; th'nri"l11 State, not con lined to nn)' particular the hill? Why I is not timber thief afterJtarch
restOver !section because I believe they were 187! just ai good as one before that f
": ,.,., .J"Ea';9 In diseases! the pul. the ;;nice through whale purtal thy instituted in the West and in the South iu- time?
,\ monary organs a safe .\YtF.AC1TRFRS OF tied. crimiuately. It i I.* well known that, up to MH. JUNE of Florida. Now, I say therouutry
., I ,.;'j' ,.\ and reliable remedy is spirit has a very recent'period thci]olicy of t theUoreminent (I has: noticed, and the people arc not
:' ) I invaluable. AVER'SCnEimv
.do what have in the
T upon( this subject WI.i'er)' mild disposed to they ( one
.' PECTORAL issuch Though the trial of earth, lif":4l'lralrI'lutl: and indulgent The (Government, I might )>ast. The people' are put on their guard; ;
I .......g.. ; othersoemlnentlymer-a remedy, and no : palled, say, had almost uoiuiesced! for years i>at iu lionest merchants are able to know nowwhat

its the confidence of 11OR1tESTER'S No murmur of (plaint from thy lips CUT trivial trl':4pn"I''llpon: the public tlontnittrunning t the policy of the OI Government the so that
t the public. It is a scientific through a series of years. Take for when they put out their money in purchase
combination of fen.Submissive. II\lIt.1111'l'the States of the South which for of u block of timber they will be led to

t : CHERRY the medicinal principles : and humble you waited till years were beyond the power of the General inquire as to where it came from Hithertoit

-p and curative virtues OU.\' GI': TREE JI.\X Ian: :, t'111.11.Thcllanswt'r(1, Government. Depredation woro committed would have unreasonable to expect
Eft of the finest drugs, hN uuunon<: with "Father, upon} the public domain before the war. :After !such n thing any more than it would he to
a w i chemically united, of the present head of the Interior Department ask n man in the grain market at Chicago
, i such power as to insure 'tis well..' came into |o\vcr a vigorous system! of produce evidence\ of the title to the land
the greatest; possible persecution, as I called it in ft former debate, upon which he grew; his wheat When A
/11/ efficiency and uniformity (Under; Formula of (loo. 11. FOl'ft'!
'i f PECTOR L of results. strikes come, adopted' toward people( who were not guiltyof thousand or two thousand busluls of wheat
I at the foundation of all shall nny offence, in my judgment either in for sale in the oj'>en market, stores it in nwarehouse
pulmonary diseases affording; prompt relief Thy veil-springs) of joy constantlyMow moral's or In law, and has the warehouseman's! receipt

and rapid cures and is adapted to patients of Pronounced by Orange Grower! the very I had occasion a year or two ago to present which he offers in market and pets; lilt
any age or either sex. Being very palatable : Whilst angels shall greet thee with !smiling my views on the subject and to point money on that what would be thought of
the children take it readily. In
youngest the told that calling the merchant who bought that
welcome out great hardship( injustice UIKUI}
Colds Sore Throat '
ordinary Coughs. innocent who wheat to inquire into the title to the land
was: tlltlh'II..11pOIl persons
Bronchitis, Influenza, Clergyman'sSore To the reward of trials below,
i reap your liable under the law but in which that wheat was grown? Whoever
Throat Asthma and Catarrh Bent Manure fur the Orange TrceFOItitESTEU'S were technically upon
t l Croup,
: 1'1fcrnandiuri :Hl'P:. The f is
? completewith
the effects of AYER'S: CHERRY PECTORAL reality innocent In Ill)' section of the country heard of that analogy
j & are magical, and multitudes are annually 1'111.hiti(' 19 timber I is n commodity sold In market respect to the timber business, ix>rfectlycomplete.
preserved from serious illness by its like wheat iu the grain mart at Chicago It In my section country the disposal :
s timely and faithful use. It should be kept TKESPASSLS O\ PUBLIC 1... .lJS. is sold at a givc I depot, fold by written evidence J of timber is conducted I on the same
: at hand In every household for the protection of title and inspection papers( just' like principle ft-* the disposal! of wheat I is in Chicago -
it affords in sudden attacks. In : COIiL'LITE JI\- Within the last two or years a good the warehouseman's: receipt changes title to and I say the (Government would have
t "'hooplng eough aud Consumption deal of annoyance has been occasioned to the productions of the lanclill Chicago. just ns good n right to the wht.'atgnm.tI\lIMn{
p there i is no other remedy so efficacious, xrur.s, some of our citi/.cns by the course of procedure The timber come down the river thou the land of Government/ as it wouldhaveto
soothing, and helpful. instituted by the agent of the Interior saiuU of miles in the .possession of parties the timber cut and manufactured from it ;
,, Low prices are inducements to try some of who unknown to thl'IUrdlllolt'r.: and after and still, if anybody ('IIItIlII' and !said that
't the many mixtures or syrups,made of cheap Department. it i* transferred: in the open market, a the purchaser of wheat} in the open market
anti ineffective ingredient, now offered, A large number of !'lIitlllllth civil amid full price )paid for it, the Government through ought to be allowed to inquire whose laud it
; which. as they contain no curative qualities aresure }o"IRF; : \tt 1 CROP, criminal, have been commenced in our its agent goes about and find. out that particular was: grown on, it would he written down nt.
u afford only temporary relief, anti "
lot of limber has been taken from the OnCe' ns nn absurdity.
to deceive and disappoint the patient. courts, and (parties have been arrested. and
public domain hundreds\ of miles front the Now, I say tho {Innocent purchaser who
1 Diseases of the throat aud lungs aemandactive compelled. to attend court: from term to market where it was: sold. After the merchant buys* timber without notice in tho open market
and effective treatrnnnt and it is dangerous

experimenting with unknown; and I Prepared on' .scientific\ principU'( to }produce t'rlllolll)' to find their ease: (postponed) by buys it iu good faith and It'iug a refponsiblo and upon n paper' title, and Is ulterwnnls:

r eheapmedicines,from the great liability that I large .f the District) Attorney. The ground! of t the.sesuits \ party, the mlivo agent lrlll'l'ellslI sued by the Government, and can set up no
these diseases may while so trifled with, yield (per ncre.Ai. of timber and alll t him, institutes suit illldlU\f"ftlll'\ \legal defense, is entitled:. to relief upon en'n''l.rilldpll'
the t
t become deeply seated or-incurable. Use : was possession: logs (Iovernment (and claims the full value of of justicoVAiul tTuit when the Government :-
AVER'S CHERRY PECTORAL and you may .,1-t limed to have been cut on the public the! property( with all the addition of'lnlvor'! gets the price! of Its land it is: all

confidently expect the best results. It is a bill I". Innocent t }purchaserslio have t that lias been put upon it. Technically, as: that it can III equity ask. It never seeks to
standard of known and brought log* in the !stream a hundred miles lawyers know, hat( man i is liable, notwithstanding speculate UlOIt( the labor of its own citizen*. I
acknowledged curate power, and is as ."o ])It.\UII'I: ix : : \ he (paid full value for that property \In. Ixu.U.M moved to strike out section =X
cheap as its careful preparation and fine from\ where they Wt'I'I'It\ have been held, and he can( send. up' no defense!: of law which was done and the bill read! a'thinfhale

ingredients allow. Eminent physicians PUIMK: : AOltlClILTrnAL (CHKMK'AI.S; to accountability, without any fault or ncgligence against the action of the (;lovcrmncnt. It is and passed.AaniCVLTVKAL.! 1. 1
I knowing its composition, l prescribe it in their on their part. .\ \\asintroduccd. tine the lawyer on the other side would
i practice. The test of half a century has "
pl'o'el1Its absolute! certainty to cure all pulmonary SVLPHATK: AMMONIA, in Congress! : and ha been supported! by t thercprescntatfwcs come beware in; and but say:how"cnrcnt is it emitter possible in purchaser cases! of .

complaints' already beyond the i of Flori.1In. both House
: ,
that kind 1'111'11hUllI'lt purchaser to bo able
reach of human aid. NITRATE: :i-ODA, \ : iMI'ROVIXCJ TIIK J.\\\'NI'I-At' tills season:
intended' to relieve I thii (mars! of cases where to tell whether the\ timiier /for which hu I is every OIw's1\ttcntlul\! drawn to the lawns!

Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., St'PIIU' PHOSPHATE LIME:, over occuring, whether in Minnesota or held n'! domain not ? Still in hundred of instances
1111111\1\\ suggestions for improving their -
Florida. The bill i K fully explained' : in the ) appearance
r Tractlcal and Analytical Chemist, : \ the innocent purchaser i is held rt"pponsible bo acceptable.: Talking with
I may
proceedings' : which we from the llttordof ,
Lowell, Mass. copy for this: property' in dflll\C'Jillllollll-: an intelligent English! gl'ntll'IIU11I0llle time
.f mine 4,1.140. ThtfH'ecttif the {passage' of stituted by the Government. ago" he expressed' : the opinion that much of
SOLD BY ALL DBUGUISTS LYEBTWHERS.i' OF POTASH.Mt'RIATK the hill will be to cause: the dismissal of all I say that t that is a 1'01lt'that' ha never been' the beautyof Knglish lawns: was: owing to apersistcnt
pursued by the Government !before Never i
weeding out coarse vegetationand \
: OF POTASH pending :suit: where the I'urtlt'-Ihll\'l': entered 1
i'' 'LAGG'S/ until the present bead of the Interior Department ) weeds: that might interfere with the
the land. (Our), citizens will doubtless feelgrateful into there such
came I'owl'r'II a : Wo, replied' that such lie) doubt was
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD I INKVIR NLTLl'f1,1Tl:: )1.\( I'-I.\: ; to )Ir. Jones for his: able advocacy' I'laimll't forum Hut now numbers' : of case'"f the fact, as it was the course we hall'urHwd:
GETS HARD. this kind are Pending' The House ofRciiresentatlves since lawn. Our :
7 of \ III) entirely just and }possessing it English acquaintance -
CAS: BE: MADE ANT STKKMOTU' ,OESIRCD. Lan measure proper.Mr.
It TWICE AI LONG.Iljsuos :srLPHATE: : OF :SODA: l \ recognizing t the necessity of also: said thut their lawns were
Cure without Bruggisg the Cjritia.CUREI : t .J 1o IISI: s of Florida ask the Senate toroe"1 I legislative action to wave parties' from the regularly rolled alter a rain, which closed
Strictly Pare 'MI'TgTMt \R. No. 1.41(1)( ) relating to the public' lands: : of this: bill. The matter was 11 !lC'uslI.11ool'l' weeds, etc. We again replied that it was tin-
bills and Fever
the United I :States.lly : the committee of which I am a nu'mbernnd. way we had uhvaya pursued. I In doing "owe
liver Complaint, WAY unanimous, consent, the Senate, as in they unanimously nmitho ized 111(' to reportit imitated no one.Ve saw the necessity
Dgp psla. IPAD..1 Committee of the Whole, proceeded to consider after full view of the facts There arc of it and did it. Many gardeners: now follow
Our circular' give; full Particular] and are the bill. ... other gl'lIt1t'IIU'1ilplln the. Moor here who I he same course, for \without it a first-class) :
Kennies, mailed free to all applicants.( ( They will interest lly the first .section when any lands of the know as much about this subject 841: I ol10.bir. lawn cannot he maintained. Where a hole i'('

r- V a I Kernmsness+ you if you are interested in Agriculture ; United States: shall have been entered and 11'ixnnx-In' section 1, line 11, niter inay be too large for this operation' of the ,
Rheumatism, or Orange Culture. l.VOm the Government price' paid therefor in full, the world "xetllcr," I move to insert the roller, or wheru from some' cause: there may
t fcsiivtnfss! no suit or proceeding, civil or criminal, bv words "or for or account: ,,1'111I)' timber barespot.s: in the lawn, taken wheelbarrowload \
I Till,: FLORIDA or in the name of the United; 1 States:: shall! taken or;i" NO us to read I : (good soil ul,11II1, up} these holes! and
.' Female thereafter be had or further maintained for "That when any hind: of the United where tho place is bare, first scratch! with an

Weakness, z () AND} IMMIGRATION(; : toMI'.1'VO1'FIRS any trespasses upon[' or lir or on account( of Slates shall have been entered and. the government iron rake or fork, add. a little of tho extra +
Sick & Jlerroni LANE any material taken from t the (land in the ordinary price' paid therefor in full, no suitor soil, HOW Home lawn grass: seed which should
; clearing of land in wooding a mining proceeding. civil! or criminal, by or in the always be kept on hand) and run the roller
Headache, 1; () : : claim, or for agricultural These Pmis! ('ure all Dl' 8'e. by A J"orption. Nn purposes' or maintaining improvements be had or further maintained for any trespasses will look green ami perfect.-(lerintmtou'ii
;) NO"OU9, .I'ILo.! Oib.1IP )" .onousbtedldn: +htr rtak'nM upon the land. of any IHJHH fido/ settler, or ; upon or for or on account of anv material
Into the:stomnch. Th i 1..1:1 HIV worn over tin lit (HO.I( ( () Acre Ttlcgrnjifi.
who without fault knowleelgeufthc taken from Maid lands in the ordinary.
of t.lJ: Mranch. coycHnif the Great .NVrv- ('Ttaio -.. or
tha Liver and Ptomnch. A gentle! V.-n-tahlo ., took or used any tirnl'c'r.or on account chairing of 1/11111111 working a mining claim, TIIK Cri/ruiK OK TImE ROSK.: -Every rose '
,.> {Liver.punt'yingtheDhwvl.stimulating l>imcintanrbrdintothpcirciilatinnotther.iy theI.!' .>ili"n.1 t Of the must of any alleged con-piracy" in relation thereto or agricultural, or domestic purMic.s| or will not come from the !oliOf'\ the three
Kilnry. to healthy action and Mrrncthi'tuns1( .\ rod the priorto Munh 1,1871)! The defendants: in for maintaining: i improvements upon} the land I great divisions into which the rose; l family i*
S.:lmllch odllfetotf", ,,,,. Pall:. op J'AM" tl 'J such /llIit-lur to exhibit, of settler for account 11I'1'111'U1I'I.11.' the damask the noisette'and,
t AND $ .1(1 :;:4lUIJ.INI; : II) DKSIRAllLi) ::' :: :: : proceeding's an1 to 1I1I/JfJ/t11 fide or or on ,
? f SOLD I> ...
,',J.OCPI't''S.)1mllfnclUn'd:]ji.: : nv ALL uvcoiSTSor/ .nt I by Timid the proper' court or otl'ucr tho evidence of of any timber taken, ur who without faultor the tea, the last! two may be propagated' with

LI 3:1: \ U NoaTtt J'IBKRTT ST'HORSKY MH'h entry and payment' and shall pay all knowledge of the trespass." more or less readiness: Jrom the slip, or by
\I.TU"uu: alb. costs" ul'crlwclllp to' the time of Mich entry.The The amendment was agreed to. budding' : the first only by dividing the roots,
::' : 1r\; ((0., Agents, 1ol'I'IIlIIl section provides! that persons )\\'INlJOoa-\ft'r the word "trespass," and planting the stool, which latter method l
? :::'-fim< Fornandina, Fla. : : OF FLORIDA, who have herotodureulodera11)'of the homestead I in section 1 1. lice I 12: I move\ to strike out the I is resorted to, however only when it is ,h.- I
-- : laws entered 1 lanol-ll'wl"tl.r: } subject to I IMich words took or used ant limber." and Insert sired to obtain new varieties. .The best
MONCItil:1' iioi'Ni: entry, or persons, to whom the right si if "or for or on account. of any timber; season for taking roscjClips: } : i I" in. June, just t
At only :$'l 1 j ]>fruoru to new .tttlerswith those taken used III" fraud collusion alter the i I..
having 'MI entered for homesteads: may or or by any pruflll.llloflll1ol' early summer
|T> Y MRS. IIUFFINGTON', the )jirlvik'gc of I'II'di.m in parcels of -JOacre.i have been attempted 1 to be transferred! / by I'CrUII who in Jood faith 'paid the olllcers/ ur over although a person who knows exactly
or more. These laiuls} are located on linitnjiile instrument in writing may ('lItitlothl'lIIo.dn'8 agents; of the United for (the same ;" HO tai to how to cut u slip may find good cutting;

CORNER or I'JXE AND FOIMYTII $TRI rr and uiljui-ent to the line of the : to. the lands, by paying the Government read : throughout the waim months. Judgment ..j ,
price therefor, and in no case Its* Who without fault or knowledge of the and discernment are needed for the selection "

Jacksonville-, "'1... than $1.2. per" acre ami the amount hoicloforo trespass, or for or on account of, any timber at all seasons.! I know generous 1lllyVia... I"
ATLANTIC[ ', GULF AND}) WEST::; 1 INDIATRANSIT paid. the (iovernment" upon Miid lands... taken or used by fraud or collusion by any went her friend immense urnifuls boughs:
ERMS: S1.5O: AND $::.OO PElt DAY, shall be takl'lIl1i part payment nf the )ricc ; person' who in good faith paid the olllcers or with hardly a real cutting ux>n them. One :
: : ('O. $ R.: I R.: .but this: is in no wise to interfere with the agnts of the I'nitcd States for the same, or should choose from a good ,vigorous brunch "

a According tn Location of HUOIIIH.WKLL S rights; or claims of others who may have: on account of anv alleged 1 conspiracy in relation of last year's gruwth a fresh shoot containing
subsequently; entered such lands tinder the ) thereto prior to Man h 1. 1 11'1114." two or three buds Such as will always be
extending from FERNANDJXA: : } on the Atlantic hoincMcud laws.Section I think those amendments will meet with found more or less Iwolclllthu base of the

.: THIS : KNOWN HOV'1IS: toCKDAR) : KKY, on the (Gulf Part, 3 provides that the price of. lands the approval( time lImllllth'l.. 1 know they leaf flems. It .," frul the branch .:.
entrally located 1 1. and having been reno thus utfonling/ to the producer (heap, con- now fcubject to entry which were raised 1 to$2..r 1"ln.l'l'l'II'xulflilll, l by the hairman, and diagonally with u Mnooth elcuucut that will
'I l I rated throughout; will he kept M a tint-t la"y >0 per acre more than twenty year ago tarry out the objects of the bill bring off a little of the old bark us well, inorder 1
stunt and rapid' tran> Hirtation to the l best
[house., The Proprietress( having, had exIperience ] by reason of the! grant of alternate hoot ion" The amendment was: agreed to.Mr. .make the condition us favorable a* .
both North and! South, will t-pare, market. for railroad i purj}>! shall bo reduce I to hI! \1,1.--1 I wish the Senator from possible for III formation of root.. lave
I no Painfor the comfort of her patrons, in The belt of country truven-eil by the Trail- $1.25 }loer acre Florida would explain' why it U I that the ready a 'box i Iot of rich! rll 1 1. With around
|making; the house home-like a any in the R. 1 R.: embraces The fourth section declare that the act principleH of this bill if they are beneficent/ ,pointed1" stick, make a several .
r citv 33-tf bhall not appJv{ to any of the mineral lands ami wholesome, are limited I in } of time inches deep\, and till i up with ct11 sand ;
--,---- --- of the (I'mtcd l :States: ; and no JKTXIH who to those }JKTSOIi.: who have committed 1 the I In.MTt the end of the in this to the .
[U' JEU KW JI.\\. on account of any committeil l..r crimination made between citizens of tho it firm in the "Iii. 11111 mind a.tlnJ as l
HOIIMP, material taken from unv of. the l'uJh'III..I} .. to Republic: ) who have IM-CII engaged 1 in thefteojxratlons }percolator for moisture, you may your
to be found in the State:: ti large projMirtioiiIteing after March 1 1. 11:111: !>, shall\ lie entitled to the { before and utter that date It slip will watered. You can soon bee, by t/t
St )I.TRY's. GEOKM1.Ij.'W. i>cculiurly adapted' to the culture (IfOuu.TnJI'rc.L In-nefit thereof; and the ud I it not to apply' appears to me that the bill is OJH-II{ to- VeryMnou' swelling of tlc bud I, and the dropping' off ( '
: to lands in California: Oregon Nevada, nr objections' on that wore, and I if one the ul ''l'wlltlr the slip N indeed :
THOMIVOX. of the Kearsarge House : Furm and )Early Vegetublca, Washington. Territory.The I man ha u right to take tlllllJt.'r from the ,'hit lut Utl'lIIJt to remove It '::
White Mountains, and The LilT!!,, (' l1li""rICJdt:. (f Timber bill wax refuted from the I Committee public domain before March, 1HU! those ilact where you"uIII.1 it Penna.11011th .
Transient rates, I'roprietor.$ir>0 }IT day. Liberal make these lands worthy of C.t IEI'l'L AA' on Public I [terms made to those desiring board by the .IJf/VITUSLytuutiufucturer.of J.UIBKB section 3, lane 3, after the word "than," to. privilege. t' of new I'aV'1 lu .nluu way : ,
week. strikeout "twt'uty"uIIII in.scrt "ten ;" MJO* Mr. Just, of Florida I think I tan answer u set of } \ we hl tried
[ _[ __ _ u tf AND NAVAL STORE*. vt
un to read : the Senator. I said awhile ago that with unvarylogsuccess, :to take an cartll. } :
METIOI'OLIT.tN' I> IX I X CJ "That the }price of lands] now subject to !before this time the olicy of the Government ware Jululllzl', and ti ....?,, I
NEW: 81'rfl.lleil'tirthusiug entry which were raised to $2..JA' jr acre with rcHjiuct' to ,fcUuiicul trchj: >oxcejiixm than half full{''of j .- .' |*bblc; .
It O O M t H, more than ten years prior to the luts+ tgu of | tin public lands. was dilfcrcnt from bitsofjtlate, or Mich things ; now net in the
this uU: by reason of the grant of alternatehcction what it is now, that the (iovernment went middle, on top of the o refuse material- *.I
; ; (Opjosite the Pos-t Office,) land from thNoiiipany are fur for railroad purjHjM-a} i III hereby reduced min. I might nay, for years wader. a very: different another iinIar! llo\vcr-jN>t, half-pica size; 1
1 to $1.2.j per at're." .policy. from what ha bitten adopted l with the hole atItsbotGnlrtuppC4lttptiyhty "v::
T) H. HORIRK, PKOPBIETOK.pRIVATK ni"< | f.uNeoil Mr. bIULIM-ft there any report} accompanying rt''lItiy. with a cork--let IU mouth be even with thou' '.
Ai .it Ituilroad: for family and personal: flfect the bill? It heem4tulw a very imJMirUnt Mr.( I itLWliat wo the recent j.,Iic.y? (rtht huge, outt.'rl-tl uIthellltcnU'l' i
[ ASD TRANSIKXT; ItOAltiING.IIO.ARD to the station nearot the }land purchaM-d.. { (hunge in till fxi.iting land Iaws.blr. Mr., JO>KH, of 1''. remit }jiolicy wih "ih'"UJI, Mlld, and ei
Joxw: of FI.ricla-'fIJt.'te bills. ha been to institute civil actions ugaiiihteveryU of cut
are two : row Blips &l aroulll. according ti', '
salt i 1 RKABOX.IBLK. No pains pareil 17- to TITLE; COMPLETE:, being .lerivwl Ly on this subject, one of which i i. actomjianiisi! f ..Iy intu' whose juwseviioii a htuk of the/directions. )1\1\ aUive. Kccii' the inner : '
[ ciL-tomers. -- --- ut- grant from the United} Static and purclia by a n-} ort. This I.i* u House bill rtlating to timber that bad 1 )IMVII taken from the public )put full of the tIle, "but do I nor iwutyrlhc

IVM. B. C. riiYii: :, from the :Stateof the same rubJI-ct. There is Senate/ bill domain could UP traced ; mid l nch u |olicyas >lii>* *iini ply, In uUmt nix wivUyour .
'Io'itlll& rcjx'rt w hich1\ api>lial>Ie to the.ub- 'that I Kty never did exist In the country " li-xfo. Utic: risdsmondvau bq'
T Jw-t which I if the t Hvnator from Kun.* .desires biforv. and cannot Iw justified.Air. |1.11 hwl-l u\wa)1\ huAten} clay
LENKRAL: COMMISSION MERCHANT, : } : : +LICJTED.: ). to hear can tie road. I < '. neiM5, of 1t'i* 'om in -The : )l'fJ Hfof nlI \ voq to hake ,
l, Mr. bU\LJ.06-1 should! like; to hear ome I I' fr,m w ,1.nuthey purchuhodiuelgait} ultuhu'1 advaiitvgeof the .uu.hbw.uul' are not
[ CEXTEE ST.. >E\K R. R, Vtmr, explanation.: The t.illlltah that there are-I,' title ; and. bow can a imrchasor obtain title, rovJlkc with one, L L'tlfuIJu, keep your
Ieoeriptivex.tnau.l. uu: vt-\iw jnailul 1 onapplUatimi. certain {p-,rtion of the 'piiblii-doinalii i to which from u IK.TSOU who hail no title? ) the,>h"ll.Ullt tbty III IK W ,rertninigiwbf
(FERNANDINA, FLA.liny the provi-ions of the bill .1., not apply, andit Mr. Jon, of Flori'U-rTbere' is nothing .1 Jifr. It. very rUU twit h,
('H.\'. W. LK\VIS: therefore evidently! has some IIulJterl"dllf'8n 'on the utatute-hook of the UniUsI l Htate; f<> bring them to Jlr,1lu. thriving U't iu uJylixtplre
Corn, Outx.4TOD .. purpose that is not iit) oloKcd., Ik-fore voting indicate that it ever wa the Intention of the of manure, wail moat
ianollbnlnilo4oner.Of13ee upon it I khould like to Lear statue ttateiuentiut Government to pursue.uch a }policy toward garden loan), and tu tint them of nourib-
PRINTING, in every style and at ,COC. Jk'ach; and Seventh $ta. I ft the puruses that the !bill i. doigued the citizen.! We find lawn there! indicating went U Indeed l>oor eaouuui.rri! oil- fur
.'.. rutea, at the MIKKOB office. l-tf ,. to acroini.lLsn. I. iU policy; and what are they They are Jnne.1'1 .


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//i LOCAL REFLECTIONS. STATE NEil'S.Alachua. On Tuesday night of last week, Amy -, OKXERAL IXTLLLWKXCKOs London ExoiMf dispatch FRKE-TRADF.R.S: to the .New\ D:(h1\FltW-\York Heraldsays

i a colored woman, livings the plantation of "The Cobden: Club is! sending to
.--- -. Wednesday last Mr. Patrick Whalcn! : :
:: == := = brochure entitled
Mr.( Willie Wnrd, four miles cast of Tallahassee America large numbers of a
; !.OO A YEAR; $I.O FOIl SIX MOXT11S.Jtitslncnn A NKW: RH K ItCI.LIm.-Tlle Gainesville! nn old, resident of Savannah, dropped' dead The Western Farmers of America,' in'
heard disturbance her
.., Sun describes a new and quite simple rice a among poultry in his store. He was a native of Ireland, Augustus Modgmlicn, of which the proof-}
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roosting about her' burn, and ran ont of this
and aged about t fifty sheets nre before 111('. }jmeans
Office. huller invented by Mr. Joseph! Vole, of that years. scnnimte
with a torch-light to discover! the intruder work the Cobden Club desires!! to dia
}We\ have C8ta1li Ijl Huslnes the The rice between rollers with TUB of Cincinnati: made farm-
a Office! at place. passes! accidentally setting fire to thc' barn and > census supervisor' the truth nnd l to show to the tt crtern
post office, tinder the charge n J.. Wood i just pressure enough to crack the hull, the a footing up of the work of the enumerators ar how much he pays! for protection The 0(..
It ashes and herself
burning to receiving ;
Jr. whowinrerciretuttfrrintinn ..
3 *, advertisement large grains!' being first!\ hulled. The smaller on the :20th\ with districts not fully reported.'[ old free trade arguments are put in popular
and other favort for the MIRROR, and wnn, alimyt fatal )burns, from which she died next day.Tallalitiftrf and the book is respectfully: inscribed)
rice is then returned to the of is i : shape,
has the paper on sale. sl'1'arntcelnlHl I'utrint. The population) the city : 246,15:1., Farmers of America bv theIr sincere

,, -..-.- .......-.....- hopper, when they nre hulled. We Impe\, LAST Monday the contractor of the Way- 'To the friend, A. Mongredicn.! ;: ; The Cobden

: Church Services To-Morrow. this machine may prove a success. .lladlsmi. cross! tt I'Iori.lHailrml.l. : broke ground at Hub also! makes!' the announcement to the
1. PRESBYTERIAN-Rev. Dr. J. It. Myers( at We learn that as the log train on Drew ..tBucki's : friends of free trade that General darlieUl
Ruva r. Thebautville Senator Folks! throwing out
of that organization
11 o'clock and ; road was! on its way to Ellavillc\ last has been an honorary member
m. 7:30 ,
a. : p in. A house! belonging to Col. II, Bixhce!\ corner the first shovel full of earth. The contractorhas since 18WV'
+ Monday( evening one of the couplings to n
1 MF.TIIODIT-Itev..J.! Atkins at 11 o'clock
of Catherine' and Adams streets, Jacksonville two )hundred hands nt work.
and 8 flat car pulled out and the logs! on it rolled\
a. in. in.
l; p. was destroyed by fire on the 22nd. NEW YORK June Christopher: Columbus MONTREAL, June 2O-fr. Venor, the distinguished !-
off thereby injuring number of ,
ROMAICCATHOLIC Rev. J. nt persons the
: O'Boyle, predicts
It insured for $Tx)0.
was Bowen :Sheriff; of Charleston county
10:30: a. m., and 7:30: p. ni. who were riding on the logs.! Though theinjuries last six! days of June ((2.5 to 30)) will likely be
On the 10th instant the fire-test of the South Carolina died here yesterday. Telegrams heat
EPISCOPAL-Rev* O. P. Thnc cnra, at 11 received: were quite serious!, they remarkable fur intense and oppressive
new waterworks of Jacksonville was con were not dangerous.Mwlison Recorder. have been forwarded to Governor with frequent and severe storms of- thunder
clock a. m., and 4:30 p. in. cluded satisfactorily. There were ten streams Simpson at Cincinnati to appoint Col. Fred and ligntning. The heated term will prob
Orange.On the first hnlf of July.
THE second through one-inch nozzles at one time. The Rhett in his place. ably extend through
: article on "Pall and Winter Monday last, Mr. Nat. I'oyntz, brought There will be some cool weather after the

I Gardening arrived too late for this tone. ItT average distance to which water was thrown into town from his place a. couple of mammoth ALL vessels arriving from Europe reportan ) :20th. Severe fronts in the neighborhood of
will appear next week. was about 105 feet. The engines pumped' unusual amount ot icebergs and icefloes the 24th, 25th and 60th-possibly! with flurries

,if. from the well nt the rate of 4,000,000) every pincappleii.! They were splendid in the tracks of ships) plying) between this of snow! in the mountains.

PEED. HOYT knows the value of all vcr. twenty-four hours.It !!. specimens, amid If a fair sample of Orange country and the old world. borne of the icebergs .- -

tising. Ills firm occupies an entire in county products, they would be all the evidence are 200 feet in height and very large- Post-office Xotlcc.
is proposed to hold a county convention one being reported as two miles! long.
needed that this county can hardlybe 8:00 M. to 7:00 P. M.
I the Fernandina Mirror Jarktonvitle le Union. Office Hours--From : A.
j on the 12th of July, for the purpose of !surpassed by any portion of the wurld in the I CARnINAL PIE, Bishop of Poitiers, in Money Orders and Registered Letters from

THE British barkenthie Lucille, Copt. lem.i putting in nomination an independent ticketin production of the pineapple, if the proper France, second only to Dupanloup) the dead 8:00: A. M. to 1:00: r. M.; and from 2:00: P. M.
opposition!! to the present Republicanslate Bishop of Orleans in endowments of tongue to 3:30: P. M. Sundays from 10:30 to 11:30 A.
ison i is at the attention is to its culture One of
now loading steamship! given and was found dead in his room. lie
pen, M. and 3:30: to 4:30: c P. M.
wharf. Her cargo will consist of cotton seed, !! for the legislature. It is stated< that the most amusing things! that has come to was! elevated to the Sacred College by Pope THE MUL8.
rosin, cedar, and pitch pine-for account of every precinct will be represented on the the knowledge of our chronicler, occurred Leo XIII., in 1871)'\and was sixty-five years Northern ARRIVAL Mail AND-Arrives DEFARTl'RK daily at 10:30: A. M.

Mr. occasion. Good and strong! men are at the the of the week. A Floridian old. "
Lawtcy. ___ during early part Closes: 3:00: p. M.
)head of the movement, and a big thundercloud whose life has been spent south of NEW YORK, June 21.-The steamer! A ran* Southern .Vail-Arrives! 3:30: r. M.
LAST Friday night at 11} o'clock a small! is being developed in the distance. nas. which arrived here to-day from New Closes 10:00: A. M.
line ordered of ice
the frost
house on Sixth street, between Beech and Union. a Orleans, reports that when fifty miles cast! St. Marift and Trader's Hill ,Mail-
Cedar, was burned. The adult occupants from the North. It arrived in good ordernnd of Cape' Henry yesterday, she spoke to an Arrives! Tuesdays and Fridays at2:30P.M.:
About 11). m. last Saturday, as Judge! settle was duly appreciated by himself and Austrian vessel, the Teen Dubrorocki, from Closes: Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. si. ,
out at dance child in bed.
were a leaving a
was proceeding home after the adjourn friends. In fact it was so good a thing that San Domingo for Wilmington, Delaware, St. J/arwV, Ga., only, -
The child and a watermelon were all that the crew of which down with the Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at R:00: A. M.
was rescued from the flames.Temperance. ment of court, he was attacked by vertigo, he decided not to do without it any more; fever. The Aransas supplied the vessel! with Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30 p. M.

t and fell near the corner of Bay and Market so he reserved a. small portion for seed, which provisions!, etc. 'V edn'sdll 's and Sat'days at{9:00): A. )f.

streets lie was taken at once into the St. he proceeded to plant' in his! yard, after the THE Tichborne case still continues to vex Closes! Tuesdays!!, Wednesdays,

Rev. J. Atkins will deliver an address, or Mark's Hotel, where proper restoratives were most approved mode of Florida gardening. the British Courts. On the 24th, in the Fridays! and Saturdays: nt 2:30: P. ji.SAML. j

I Herman, on this important subject in his used, and he was soon able to be taken He has ordered barrel of commercial fertilizer Court of Appeals' to-etav, the hearing of the T. RIDDELL, P. M.

church to-morrow evening, at 8 o'clock. All home, The Judge has been unwell for sometime and proposes to spare no pains with appeal opened) .the before case Lords of the Justices Tichborne Bramwell claimant Lost.

are invited to be present and hear for them and resumed work before his! strengthwas that crop. If he succeeds! he will\ have a Brett and James. There is a large attendance School Warrant No. 103, issued to W. T.

selves.' restored.!! better thing than a forty acre orange grove of the bar and public. Mr. Judah P. Dumas! February 27, lRO.\ for $30, has been
Benjamin Queen's counsel, is now arguingthe lost. All are warned against buy
STRIKE:! OF MILL HANDS.-The workmen -UllUlorplrter. persons
THE Democratic Executive Committee of behalf of the claimant Thomas
: case on ng or trading for the !same.
this district consists! of A. St. Clalr-Abrams, employed at the various mills! around the l-'ftnntft. Castro" alias! Arthur Urton, alias Roger- Tichborne. -

of Orange; C. M. Cooper, of St. John's ; K. : city held meeting on Saturday and appointed \ The steamer Daylight arrived here on Wednesday panted at Once:

M. L'Englc: of Duval ; W. Nnylor Thompson a committee to wait on the owners last, completely\, decorated with a O.v the! the House of Commons! decided :30: barrels Florida Syrup.
and them to the ten-hour to vacate the sent of Bradlaugh whose 300 bushels Seed Potatoes.!
request adopt sys of mid bananas which\
of Nassau R. F. of Alachua cargo pineapples ,
; Taylor, ; idfidelity barred his entering upon the duties A. B. NOYES: ;
C. A. Finley, of Columbia ; J. L. Inglis!, of tem. This request( was acceded to by Messrs. were strung up all around the steamer.- oft legislature. Thcsccnc was! very ex -- ---- -- '

k Madison. Wallace Cashcn and their mill i is! now Perhaps: \, it would) add to sour- respectabilitynnd \, citing. Mr. Bradlaugh strenuously resided! Brick,

1 ------ running. Messrs. Alsop &Clarke, who lava !' to get; up u celebration on the the action of the House! and before, the bar Line,
q OCR enterprising! builder, )Ir. O. A. Oakes, number of large order, offered to 1'1111110 of the House made a :splendid) effort of oratory. Cement,
compromise fourth of July. If we nothing more, lie positively' refused to withdraw I Master.
has just signed u contract to build a dwelling by raising their wages from one dollar ('al1l1 meeting, and let the Declaration of ami was finally taken into Uic custody of Hair.

house for the light-keeper on little Cumberland and ten cents, to fine dollar and 1 twenty-live Independence\, be read ; it will\ do our children the sergeant-at-arms and( confined in the AT SANBOUX A IIoYT'IFot' \.

blanc! Tho specifications arc for asevenroom and one dollar and fifty cents per day. This good, nnd promote good .feeling. "'e Tower. Relit.Twotirstclassdwellinghouses. '.

house to lie of the best material morning a large number of workmen failed are for the flag, ns long as that flag is I the TICK death of ex-Senator James! A. Bayard in
and with modern appliances of every description to but their places us general ends the life of one who served his country !! thorough
appear, a thing, emblem of the republic.\ Hurrah for the repair, in good neighborhood, and especially !
\ in his and 1'IH'rntion.Iore
and is to bo finished by October. .filled others and their mill has been faithfully day ('
were by desirable residences. Stable
; F >u rt 11.-/\ilatkn J If raid.St. than decade ha'l'a!'sed since he retired as summer
-------- -- running all day without disturbance. This! from public life, aim his mantle fell upon would be provided if required.( Apply to
this Jolin'K.An
takers in
TIIK census county are (
mill will continue to run 11.'I111 the past, except the shoulders of his now more distinguished!
l pretty nearly through with their work, and the increase of Yet the old order for a case of orange wine for son ; but the example that he set in eighteen Opposite EgmontJlccclicd lf ItltcL i

will\ soon! have their hooks ready fur inspocotion. wages. Senator Bayard was received by T. .\. 1'acet- vears of. (Congressional will endure for a -- '
hands to work ten hours for the
We arc informed that in precincts 8, prefer pay ti, 1-:sq.( through Captain\' Vogel, mini t the longtime! to come. TIll best remembered Just : 45 S
formerly received. At Hunter :Son's: mill incident of his life, alter all, I is that connected :200> barrels }Flour.
t of about 1molIoule wine the illustrious
0), 10 and 11, in n imputation shipped\ Thursday. May
the greatest confusion prevails. The men, with that source. of wo J to many other ;JIIO> sacks Comic
there have been but six deaths the i Delawarean receive equally as much statesmen, the Credit Mobilier business. Of 1.10 barrels Pearl Grist
or a. number of them, are in a state ofbeastly
past year; nnd only three rases of sicknesswere goml from Florida's delegation\ as from tin all who:,p names werl1111\"u1\'I'llln that scandal IOu barrels, K. D. Meal.

reK>rted at the time of taking the intoxication. It is I with the greatest product of her Suit;Wo are now hatingtime he alone came ont with clean! hands, M) boxes Bacon.oOO .
difficulty that they have been preventedfrom breeze \\'hcnIJIIW of the stock WIolll'f.1 him asa :: bales Timothy Hay.
showers the
census. ---------- breaking into the ofllce to-I lay, several most refreshing: sea matter of personal friendship by an admirer :COO:: !sacks Oats. A. II. NOYES.How .
coons in !strong and cool, fresh from the Atlantic (not Mr. Oakes! .Ames), the venerable
THE stcaimhip City of/I/Iltllnrrln'tl Wednesday attempts having }been made to do so. The and $t Augustine resumes" her pla'onth'r Bayard declined to receive it, as he could! to Invest a Dollar.
full of mill has! suspended. One white man was l'lIllbtl'nt1with views of vote
morning, bringing u cargo not my duty .
the Into hot wave, as the ploasuntest We will send the Savannah trt'Ckly.Y/r-\
merchandise, most of which wits for the terribly beaten by tho mob and entrance atone summer resort in Flol'hl11 our Interior' upon interest.' a question:It is in which I coincidence had! a pecuniary that "tle li'ujgtft! and THE BEST" newspaper' in the
a strange
r interior She also brought twelve cabinpassengers. time was gained by a man or two who South! well printed, full of live news, good
friends, who are looking for place. \ to cooloil' the death of this! good! mUll should be nearly
: She sailed yesterday evening i scattered and broke up( furniture, inkstands, should here to fin.llt.JrfI'HI.. simultaneous with the nomination of one stories, reliable market reports, agricultural
I come items, and everytning else to make it worthyof
with twenty-three cabin and eight steeragepassengers. etc., and it was some time before they could who di.l accept) the tock under the same its well-known reputation' ,to any address I,

p Her cargo consisted: : in part of bo put out. Mr.( Hunter being outside the What They Say In WanhlnytoH.WAHIIXOTOX Rates circumstances James for A, President Bayard was of Christian the United till January, 1SHI, postpaid l. for one dollar.

n 7,500 melons! '\ooo, feet lumber' 2i5! barrels city limits,has no protection from the police. June :24.! -General Sherman! statesman: in the best: sense of that abused Address: J. H. ESTILL, Savannah, Ga.;

j ; rosin and spirits! 122 boxes celar,100 crates Between four and live o'clock this! afternoon was asked by reporter to-day, what he word.-miadrlphin Time _.- .-

vegetables, and fifty packages merchandise. he applied to the Sherifrfor protection, who thought of General Hancock's nomination Dissolution.

sent several deputies there, and will increasethe Tho general replied) that ho "did not have 'Two I.emFP:: itTfleRNI'L.tNTERS.The ag- TRVIL RiixiE, FLA., June 4, *.,.;-'..
anvthing to do with po.itics. But if von 4 of Coi. J.Chmrll: Richardson The firm of Cook tt Proctor heretofore
The,Floyiltjea. force if necessary. At Athen's mill, so will Mt down he added "and! write the best ril'lIltural01lCratiulI> ,
A number of the officers and men of the far learn number of the about are on a scale unequaled( anywherein doing business nt Highland[ ; Station: Trail
a men in
as we can thing that can be put language)
the United: :States: and probably in the Ridge, :Florida, N this day dissolved )by mutual
Floyd Rifles, of Macon, (!Pa., paid our city a failed to appear this morning, but others General Hancock, as! nn officer and gentleman whole world. Scores (If'IL..t cotton plantations consent, and all debts> of the said; firm

visit this week, guests of the Fernandina took their places, and work goes quietly on. I will\ sign it without hesitation.War The !, the management of any one of whichrequires will be \paid' and all accounts slttll'tlly, MrRob't.

Light Infantry. They ore off on a sort of 'fhe strikers! seem to make the vicinity of army do officers not deal on much duty at in the politics and Department talk through' superior' I.olllialll1I.lli skill and experience.MNsissippi scattered are (,. Cook the and business.)fr. Henry t'Cl"k. whwllll'onhuue

marooning expedition on Cumberland Hogan's Creek bridge their headquarters, but little about candidates and partl, They successfully handled bv this able man His", COOK t I'ROCTOH.

Island, and extended their trip to our city. where they indulge in boisterous }profanity, have, however, but one thing to say about landed possessions: rival those of the proudest

The following is n. list: of the visitors! : u number of them being under the influenceof General Hancock( : that be is one of of the the estates of the English: nobility l*>th in area Jf.12CI.YA
finest: ofllcers in the IIrlllon.l one forma ,
Captain J. L. llardeman Lieutenant, liquor. It is not known where they get best men in the country": The Democratic mind value, mind i -ury'of the ( princes- "
than he has
Wiley X. Arnold :2nd Lieutenant. M all officers and have fewer subjects ctmipd" t'M fort of Fernandtna. I
; their whisky.-lreee, tl/t. nominee, i is popular among his jay-rolls. Tho interest furnishes
teflls ; Chaplin, T. A. GriflUhs; 1st Sergeant, men in the service. Postmaster-General Key on sugar oft'Xl'l'uth'o HIGH WATER.Saturday .
Jno. W. Wood; 3d Sergeant, II. (!. Davis! ; 1-SC((mn biu. said : The nomination of General Hancock an equally in conspicuous affairs.example! One June 2 >.."...11;0.(>: A. .. 11:37: p. x..

1 ('Wporals, S. i D. Petty, R. E. Rogers ; Pri. The 1'ensacola Gazette says : "'0 have is, the the strongest they (the Democrats man in Louisiana ability during! agricultural the period which Sunday, 27.' "11'51" .. ..
\'atI'8W.WiMer, J. M. Callaway, (Geo. ) could have: made.( He has a good record for )lont1a'I. 2.S::... O13; II o-4":: "
Moore, Jeo. T. Burdett, J. C.11 lifer. C, II.McAllister. reason to believe that definite arrangementshave as a !soldier, and has no political recordto urllill:1rtllllnl istence'and e\l were sufficient ex M Tuesday) to :29...... 1:04": 1'Ji":: :
G. F. Raoul, Jr., C. }I. Walker, been made to establish u national bankin answer for." Assistant: Postmaster-Gen earning scarcely 1 their Wednesday, *' :30! )...... \-M '>: >/& -*

M. L. Lewis. Three lIIu ldl1nt.! 1'ensacola at an early day. It is said thata crul'fyucr savs: .. No stronger nomination demanded make the by improvements the new conditions upon of the places sugar Thursday, July 1...... :!::4S" 3:1H; "

; They look very much the soldier, and bunk building will be erected in a central could'have been made by tho Democraticl tr.Jtle'nt on enlarging his possessions Friday, 2...... 3-10" 4:12: .'
made a very favorable impression.' location." consolidating an area of sugar lands under CLEVRED.
_. -- ---- y one head that must! bo regarded,. entirely June 22 Schooner M\'in. Bud, Miller, New
The Ktern-whecl steamer kin, Captain Hiram SWALLOWED BY AX, John phenomenal. 31 fr. John Burnside now Turk
United States court.The Follett, from New Orleans for tho Suwannee Owens, who lives two miles this hide of Florida owns and eight plantation, !located June: Steamship! Oily of Dalla. Risk
following order was granted this Town, on the Eastern shore of in tho Ol.eratt'l Ascension and :t. James. New York.June .
River, touched here this morning related to one of our citizens yesterdaya On these tine estates over an area in excess: 22-Br Barkintino China, B. ".. J.
morning: and secured a supply of wood, water, etc. most horrifying affair. His statement of six square miles the sugar-cane now waves Tibbits, St. Christopher.
United States Circuit Court Fifth Circuit, She is a light river boat, provided with jwsscngcr was-and he gave it as a ItI iti\'e fact-that in the breeze. In their fittings these places June :23-Br Barkintine Lucille, Jouison,
Northern District of 'loriJa-11I Equity. accommodations and I Is intended to on the 16th inst., while a party numbering represent equally the new and the old methods Queenstown, for orders
Francis VOIle M. The Members of the Internal some three or four, were enjoying a sea-bath, ( of manufacture. On four of them the
Improvement Fund et al. ply on the above-mentioned stream. She their attention was directed to a little ten or steam train and vacuum pan turn out the ENTERED.

t It is ordered in this cause that all orders made the trip from New Orleans, outside, I tweln-,'ellr old boy whom they the had beach left the on white and the yellow clarified sugars that New' June York: 19-Schooner S. J/ Told,, XurwO\* '..".. '

JI heretofore matle herein, In so far as the fame leaving the Mississippi by way of Cubit's\ I a reef In shoal water into near water., On are equal in quality to the pnjduct of the
conflict with the right of the men having ventured deeper largest refineries, and are so highly prized COJIJIEIici.iFernandina
in any manner Pass ; and, as he is only two and a half feet the direction of the child they
Hoard of Trustees of the Internal Improvement looking V> throughout the West and South for their
Fund to withdraw from sale the alternate draft, and met a heavy swell, her journey realized the fact that the boy was being agreeable fla"urunl1 high saccharine strength. -Market.
sections of land granted by the Legislature here was: quite arduous, though she sustained swallowed ban alligator fu11hulr visible and lll'lllwe present a list of the plantations
'of Florida, by the act of 1879, to the no damage.-A gentleman of this little victim's hotly still being owned by Mr. Burnside, with their production CORRECTED WEEKLY BY WM. L.\BTEY.
Gainesville it Charlotte Harbor Railroad then suddenly! disappearing in the frightful for the crop year l8.9as given in Spirits Turpentine, ir gal....... (ij.1:
P Company are vacated, and Raid board are city recently informed us that some time jaws of the monster, whom tremendous the Hire Vurrent'$ annual report of the sugar Rosin: common, ir bbl..-..,..... (" 75

'. authorized to withdraw the same on such since he began to miss matches from his mouth was plainly seen by each one present. and rice crops of Louisiana, recently T': ............r................."one in market. I v'hO -*

V terms as may be reasonable and just; aid it store, and, instituting a t>search found that They at once returned to lad shore could, but be not discovered a- published: : Crude Turitntine......?.......none in market.

7, is further ordered that the Sad board do rats had taken thirty-odd boxes of them up trace of the unfortunate the blood which floated on thewatt'r.l'ru.carola unit of Acret Cane Pound Sugar Bbl (.Jtton-NII Island in the seed... .H| @ 5
It nuke sale to said railroad company of Ftantatiunt. Ground. I'roduced. J/u/oi't.
into the loft above besides a large number Adranre.COLOSEL .
"\. the lands granted, or to be granted to said AsxHMision........ :275 400,000 MO Fernandtna Jtetatl Market
company by the fifth section of said act, at of loose and scattered: ones. This may be a Rlverton......... 400 800,000 93) CORRECTED BY A, B. seize,

not less than thirty cents per acre, and on clue to some of the unexplainable} conflagrations : KOBEBT BrLLOCK made boons of Donaldson ....... 2.'H() 450,000 500 Grocer, Corner Centre and Second Streets. j

smith terms as to the construction of the road occurring from time to time in this friends at the Gainesville Convention. When Clark ............... :500 1.000,000) 1OO:! FLOUR, FEED, ETC. :

J as may seem reasonable and proper, and in country and shows the nccv&sity of keeping the "dt ad-l\Jc.'k" bet in during the Congresbional Conway............ 300ISOOllO( 61) Flour, per barrel...................$5 d@} 8 Ad .
t accordance with the above act ; provided, Convention which showed that neither Orange Grove ... 450 U50.000 1,200 Meal; ..........-.....-,.............. .. 3 50@ 4'O1'
however, that said sale may be made as low matches out of reach of the ludfcr-loving rodents. he nor Mr Columbus: Drew could be nominated St. James Ref ... 412: 804.0UOArmant 0-t0 Grits....._....._...._......._....M.... 3 75I 00Jugar

( .. as twenty cents per acre,upon said company .-feiuncola Advance, as long as either were in the field him be ............ 100 1,200,000 1,400 .............-...................... 9(9, 121
executing bond with sureties for the prompt LeonaA made a manly declination that won, for lJ Con..................__............ 71 9
i and proper construction of the entire road, the admiration of all who esteem a elf-sao Total....... 3,+tf 6,084,000 7,230 Corn, per ; '1..0 s

to be approved by said board. German baker in Tallahassee, Mr. riticing spirit in Democratic politics.-Oca/a At the rates current during the present Jfc-lCTJ ...-..-....--.-__......_...... 71 <30 hi 8)

Done and ordered iu open court, June 16, Malge, bad his tore robbed of $&Y\ while J1.2NNer, season, 31 r. Buruside must have realized Butter...??..??__.__..._..... 2)(<30, 35

jg 0. THOMAS SETTUE, Judge.alls the proprietor was attending the marriage of C.a.uroUIboasts of a baby; whose weightat from his crops the enormous sum of $5G5- Luntierlpound....---.......... rilhy 10
continued.The timber and turpentine cases were his daughter. I Ito birth was: one pound. 000.-J\Vw Orleaia l'icaVUJIay' SO, Hay, i-er 100 IDS......_............. 1 :0y< 1 :11) 'IiTHE (