Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: September 18, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00054505:00082
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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. .. VOL. [II. PBUNANDINA, FLA. SATURDAY, SKlTKMUliSK[ 1 IS, 1880.() r NO. fit .

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STATIC XKirS.: Johns liver: by one of Mr. William II.Tute's Ida.: was: seen! u few dajs since! by )1 1'. Silas I rites of the MasonicOrderln'ing performed ut 'I be much better than vns ant k'ipatcd.\ In
: fishermen. It was the I tintve pre Stearns: of this city, in l'11I1l'tawh.lldI t' bay the grave bj Jackson: liodire No.) 1 I. of which 111llrlal'I'1\ III:11I111.:: .'t/county/ the :storm did

.f-I At a chit a. I 1I11t.'l'r taken from these waters! ; pcite I about), twenty-five miles from here. 'fhept'cillletl I the deceased\ : ,l had. long he-en n member. The I but little or no dama; I to the fruit cspeeinlly I-
of Uast;: Florida, l'lI1inllrr,1'1..' I I I flllll'rala" attended by an unusually largeeontoursc where the grovefceie protested
faculty in shape, except that olio of its ihiws was :! in question n"I''I'II! or eight ; hyOlIr/ -
< Ijnsy Wednesday, Thursday. and Friday classifying four time- II" big a+ the other und, to u", a I feet in length, mind was not far from n capo I of citi/in, who-thus testified rounding fllrl' I". \\"| have: nut \persons
,.it pupil On Monday[ instruction will I decided I l'lIri""ity.-C.' H. )11'1 'kllllr, of i known a'l \Iallah'l' Point." The name: of their it-sport i t for. his memory and l sympathy t 1 from ditl'erent parts *' the peninsula:< }: nnd

commence.-We huve noticed the handling JMurhyvillc! : P.enjamin Fpton, of Ualdwiu I this locality: would seem t'i III.liL'lfl'tllat. : informer I with the sorrowing family lie was born nIl have talked,1 with I th.>,li, and from all that

ii of quite an amount of cotton' thi week and Thomas McMnrray, of this city, have I t times i these harmless! aIl lII.II"I'xil'.1thl'I'l' \ Salem, Massachusetts:. November 21.! I IHH?, wo can learn, there 4ill be a loss of one

'f It looks! clean and does not !show as much contracted with the Kast: Florida, : llailroad: : IScing! ensvto capture, theyvere and vvas, therefore.' In the tilth; year: of his third of the orange tq\1. in !phues most exposed

P damage fr)11thl- !'storm!< we had. expected Company( to complete the grading: and all probably exterminated by the Indians, : to I 11:1'nurMi". to the tcMiipest! J limit upon the whole-,

*? -The average attendance of scholar atl'l the work except laying the rails, oftlie roal whom tliiir carcasses were u-eful in many I M I 'i I-Ir111.1ii1'a'l'Kc: : TnorM Uivrnit-: : taking into colI-! kt ti"l1 the im'reuse of

: the public .schools( for last year, thi+ county, : ldwl'1'1I111'I'I' and Cnllahan.: The contractors : respects.V'MfdWit' (tii:<"tte. I -vx )1 taonny-1\'c.: canl: .l not lU-sirea! more young proves, there fill !be, us before! !stateI

t' was 1.310.: Thi'"l'ar! I\'l'ra\l'lIttl'n.t.lIIl'l'\!: will nt once procure u largo number), The tremendous rainvhihhm \1"ih.lo1\r\ favorable: outlook tlrm: i is now presentcilfrom mi average' crop, all 1 If st, Putnam routity.1rmbL .

is ni'uh increased! being' ;; 1 1)1:)! <.-We have': laborers from Virginia: and North Carolina.: city la-t Tuesday'\ night, 1\IIlll.HI".) with but I e\c-rv-section\ of the' Pine T..l'l'tltl. : : \ '

t tin, been pained to learn ju-t before going to --Owing to the !sickness! Judge .\I'l'hi- !slight intermission! i for ut least:\ four. hours, ,i and tiniv i is no \reason why the lepuhlie.niisshould \ 1"1 it 11111."II' .
s jjpre-s, of the death of IL ;earrattanwrcbant t bald the (Circuit Court has, not Jet convened covering the eurtli with more than three I not, carry the Mate:; : by, fully 10,000 Timmoiis leant: at :-:prlll.tlrlklJ.WU" ; ; ,

t [of this place Ire dicd in Albany) New York ut St..1t1gu+tiiie.-Tin- running; rigging inches of water has woiked a change uttetlgierature 'I' majority: :and as Maine goes !O.) goes the ill the city Tin Jay. II- s.\s:( that cotton

fivliere he had gone for his health. Mr.jSearratt msheavcsei'mil'the' illfated'o.t'l:. J.j'J'II/; which has: proven most. t aestp'ismhlcputting \ I'liion.it's about time that our colored. i is considerably: iiniaged'' in that +crtion

,,,; had:! been in feeble) health for !lcrllYf'ar"'i'lim'H'illc now lie upon\ 11 r. John ( .nl\'s| .. \\ hal" ', near ) new life intopcupl'nntisectutugly :' [ friends \\'lt'l'jl'IliIlJ up. another excursion.I'utrwt. t \ .- by; the late stnrnl.Sir.! Joiniiuiidcd. II. I F.' FIIIIf NewSmvrna.
: been
: has: tothetioveinor
&i 81//1. the Jltn-n, r.llcn. :4'i icy will. we \presume! be bringing about u reaction( in business:' % ; : i
1Iullo'd. sold.} at :\IIdi"I1.-" Maine[ went h..lIll\'lIt," dl'dl'lThl' wind t for the past three. days (,(" ". I to ho nppoinll! \ 1l'nllllly' l'olllllli.inlll'i
Y. from the north Mr. J. "'. Epperson of Itronson, has put in place: of Jas.<< I ifleout, resigned.i -(Col.
etc--The St. jl'hi' and Oiklawaha rivers has hll'lI blowing steadily ,
About o'clock last Friday morning. ourcitiens \
: has in instances up u steam mill near: Mr. ZI'a'ld'Ion'" i t A. Ciciishaw has 'l'i\'I',1, tlotletsite his appointment \
lire high."nnnd 1'/-(,<11. 'and a I change of nppare'l many: -
) alarm of lire Velj'
aroused ,
: [ ; were by nil I 1' i
-In 1 IsT'i' the pruprrtyhslungingto Mr. us olt !J'I'l'illtl'IIll'nt of public,
[which was found to proceed from the lare; Tie! river boats are taxed to their utmost, been found absolutely noee+ary tocomfort. I I"tlol'r.ol\ Atsena! Otie.) .was returned\ at $21-! in..tructioll.-\ Jlephone will soon be in
dwelling on inroad ;street owned l by Mrs.. call'tity to curry the \lpw.\I'III"IuI.1. : freight. ,-.1"(1/1"1', : betvvcclDoLand)
l. o, and the taxes were $.Vfii.iJ.: : : The pies- operation and her doek.
11. e. J5)1111M! und occupied by Mr*. Helen Country merchants have made their purchases a"clsdf'u. the to the the. river I 1111111'-8'11I0,
cut year: ISSD' propelty belonging on at Calage\ : WoruhtSCoiil.s. ; (<<
Itichard.; The lire when discovered. I had :\ curlier than usual and. have bought Mr.[ K. 1'. Dismukes has n nursery of l.ouo ,..
t :same' panty. i is rctuined at &;!.N.IUO.s,2"( !: > Ruined :such, hcudvvajthat: it was impossible. larger stocks than ever before. The outlookfor orange seedlings :and as soon as theyare more" and the taxes: are $:;2s'tilmur$212.7': :! ; .

to extinguish it. The building was entirely' u busy und \profitable crayonvas: hoverso large enough, will plant them mar town less than in H7o';, when the State was underKcpuhlican letters<< have I bli I received here from' tin .
dummied l mug wn-! also the store! adjoining, good ns: nt present, und this, too. with mi This will he a fair test lf planting\ large control.-Jonrmit., relatives und frills of some ot the passengers
owned by Dr. Gaskin! and the dwelling immediately UIIl.IIItl'.tI"ur.IIIl'I'. of a Democratic victory groves' of oranges in this 1'll"alitr.-OIl" I who were oilhe ill-11ttd: I rail11h.-
in the rear, owned by (Captain in O\'I'lIIlol'r.-1t.: ltev..J.! 1-'. Young, )outlayvet'k last the dwelling house of )1 r. sciibing their t ttiks und I content t"*. Tin-
1 ItkIianlothing. of any \"alllwa.. saved of Florida, accompanied: : I by Slt.", Young; is Angus Nicholson caught on tire at the shingles The census enumeration Minion countyis ( trunks deseribeittive been list a-laire, alms

::1. from the llames.'! The lire is supposed tohave now at Long llranoh: X..1. His friends) in through which the stovepipe l'all. fromsparks 'being''sctltenuuleratiiinwillsho\yI'ront8IHHto retaken, ;and the ,Hun mi-" .thinks the) \parties: hale prlired some of them und

J : originated; from! a kerosene! lamp, the Diocese will be gratified to learn that his or heat from the sto\e, and was entirely 1st hold the iiintetiiso I wo informed.l I \ It i"lilll'I'I'l.lr
l fiI""llIIol'l'* than the first, and will indicate. '
which was generally kept burning in the health hash'encntnpletelyrm'loredInitstior11ter consumed, but few ititiiles I of any hopediit the parties: will surrender -
ladies and will return to their home "Ultll'ol'ill\ saved lie haft the !sympathy of as healthy: an increase any countj" hi the
parlor nt night. Our people, gentlemen vigor. They \ thispropcilv. ) licproperlai11tants' inanuieli -
worked zealously to extinguish the in this. city about' Nonmember .- 1'ninn, [the whole county in his great I lass--Oirlrle, :, State except Orange.( ) as: the i iiin-io: value I oJ mete I iiille,

,.. (lames: ', but without avail.I'1ri'ln rdfI'flJI" >:- lscrt sit 111rr.I 8t,,,. Monroe. while to the borlcd relatives they may l I.o
11l1lsli/JlfOl hs. The .olelllll-t II IVnJiiliuiv, Cupt. James J I 11.llattrick of1I t importiifr nnd sou+olation. .\" it
111/11.-(11( thicity, 1 at 11 o'clock! 111
Columbia. Sept.\ 7, l.Ssui:; Mr I Mary Ada. Jones!4.p.agedthirtyseven :::; ? We have hud no dailyemail\ by the land: arrived on Wednesday, September! I is, there can he I one who vvonM.I .desire! to
Last Monday[ \ the election in Columbia; yours, !MX months and twentyseven route for over awrtk.) : The bridges! are gone Mbfrom. I Irlliludclphiahouudtu\etytrlcul I i ( : ", wear or uso the It lies: of poor' unfortunate

I (',)\IlIty-on the question of bonding the I day.. and (the sloughs} ate "s-o high the. maiK could l with the Spanish bark .lId'lIIi'l! lititit. The \people' who war list Upon our beiiih, livid,
I county to pay the old railroad debt. -resulted The deceased. l lady, the wife of Senator: not be carried with :safety.'e! tiu-t all will bark was from Havana bound l to ISruns- and swollen ('OJ'l' del not )believethat
t in of "for Charles 1\ Jones: was a native: of Mohite, krill order soon' as we feel greatly the Kissofour ; mind lli""Hlo.ll.1| miles
; a majority eighty-eight wick, lmt., was sixty such will\ bo th 11"('. There hits I been nlrrndytotmauy -
, bonding." the daughter of Charles M.( and) Clara It. daily\ mail. Water was much higher\ north of the Bahamas: : during the hurricane sorts sent Xorlh L'OIlIh-IIIII-

I Juval.The (Quigley, of that city, where she was: manicd than in 187-:).-The Alafia laver: was!' twofret of the 1st. Si.edriflesl. in towards the westcm log the coiiiiuupleasant ', and to have other inis -

I Democratic-Conservative< county convention on the .1th August) II'H. The mother of higher: ut this freshet, than: ever Known coast and I was taken in tow by the above \ allega? ndded), will place' us in u
(I was held in Jacksonville September : eight children live live to lament' their irre- before. The Ilill.)hon>ugh and! I LittleIlillsborough steamer on the morning of the :3rd in-.t, and bud, \\i h with 0 'orthenil'ricmistowhn11twe
llth. 1t.'aultttlrlllswere ndopted to make parahle loss, and they have the! earned "sympathy [ Kiver: und the :six-mile! Creek .. this The stc'tiiner is .
I brought::: to port. consigned must look fll ipport und "Y1I11'1lIh.Tho .)'.-
no county nominations, to not support any of the eonunnnity, for to know her still keep up.-\\'. \Willingham;( who : to Slr.\: I.'. Till, und coaled and brig (.'iiroli, tidy was sold by Mr.[ Eels
(t volunteer Democratic candidate. to entitle to esteem and admire her. Hurriedlysummoned tl"il'.lolIt l acquitted for I the kill-
*, was was sailed t for I poll of destination i on yesterday.The Ullctl'fWl'itl'NIlt- for$110 to Mr.( 1.1.111'11.: ,
all who ,shall vote the Democratic Mate and, from campaign work inlll.1ialll. ing of J. C.' Uoikner l'ag"aillll1 trouble, lie of the bark states that a large :
s captain und the cargo ti r. C o.I Crane, for $ 'J2.y-
.-' (Congressional{ ticket' to vote for candidates: l by the intelligence of his 1 beloved partner's :shot and fatally wotindid 1 one Mclaughlin; number vessels, were in \\i\-t\ tiglall'fl'\'ioll'4' Trunks have 1 lit 1'011I111011 the beach which

-,... for county t offices endorsing national, state dangerous illness, Senator Jones way providentially at Fort Meade last :Saturday: night.- TitiujxiGnitrdl'in ; to the hurricane, but after thut nothing have been burs (In wind rilled.\ Such conserving -
I cougrc'ss-ioiial nominations, for enabled tlll by with her during the t ,
sympathy ; cIJllhllu tll'I'1I1'Xt'It debris from oth'r'g- ..
due j as that I is of severe plumi h-
and support of public schools. The ln..t Wl'I'knfn life which was unexpectedly, There'Hi no damage> from the !storm atManatee. believes of the
sels. He !
: u greater:! poitioii incut und shut! be 1iIJIIII'I1.-\t: \last
I rl' convention way full and entirelyliarmun- prolonged}, though only to end in a, calamitjhiih [: Parties li>'lngon the coast! had: vt.. sd, in thut storm to In.- destroyed! or the brig Mruu( r! left our i>ort with her

I 'I ious- \\ ( has left him in grief-stricken: l bereave their places considerably injured t how'l'r.TIll' sunk.-The press und materials for u new of cattle d good luck with
" Letters! were received during the last three went 1)uringThunday; Hags were at half- ,steamer 7.YAi Kiti'jlit;: Capt. Stray, Democratic paper 111'1'1.\11011 the last steam- cargo her.: -I'ltnitli + may go

iS days by the Commissioner of Immigration mast in testimony! of respect, and a great: left with a load of cattle: last t :Sunday. } morning snip from New York. Commodore" Pendlc- It" Iff "'('.

us follows : Florida, 4 ; Canada 2 ; Connecticut concourse of people' attended the funeral for (td.ara.: on the! eastern end of the Islandof ton will control the editorial department' \ ,, The line tmiry brick store of Major

i; 1 ; Kansas! 1 ; Indiana 2 ; New York from :St. (jL"lIIl'dlll'l'h\ to St.: Michael's: : l'u I.m.-TI II.! schooner smaik .SV'u ISlnl went und Mr. Canning' will ho publisher. We IL..tVysu" i l>idly iijiproiKldng, complen -

2 ; Massachusetts[: 2; Virginia 1 ; Vermont, cemeteryvhere the remains were interred} ashore, on the 2 >th tilt ut I'nnta Uava mid hope it may: prove successful I, for no place in U will sit ormimiiit/ to till' town.
1 ; Arkansas, 1 ; Kentucky, :3.s ; South Carolina with the ceremonial of the Catholic was a (totllllo"". The crew were sa\cd. The the State needs missionary! labors greater .
1 is indie of
aiyl : our sure i>rogre.ss.nd :\.-
1 ; Ohio, 1 ; Iowa, 2 ; Pennsylvania, 1 ; Church in the family enclosure-tlso mail boat running to Fort Ogden was also Thermometer :;f1C). )Itusiness )brisk. Mcssn*, Jocks Dickens J are n'ow nasty
Michigan\ 2 ; England, 3; Tennessee, 2. consecrated! earth sanctified[ anew by the wl'l'l'k'II.-TIIC :-:Spani steamers' .Ill! '" null excellent. Fruits
Health us usual, are! quite to commence dug.. They also\ grind uud
:Some of the above writers "say they will dust of another Christian who died In JiiUlcrntu, recently I engaged in t the cattle; t trade plentiful in maiket.-Mr. :Sylvia: llayman: saw. andsulIs epatronageoflheirfritnds.
come out in October) und November, und the faith.-Capt. (trig; Helknap: Commandant from thi"1'ortlIre reported to hll\'lIII'I'lIlo..t. inenhant is in the :
all extensive bponge\ )( city, Lite Oak iIstir. :&
others make inquiries of various kinds.- : : of the X.ivy: Yard, arrived here lust in the gall! on the! Mexican coat.-Niuco the he arrive I here u few day ago from Mexico[ (

Thl'fl'li a rumor about the streets that n Wednesday, 1I0emtHI\, IIn.l went to time! Yard !storm Tampa hat been Knitted in the southwest and has employed an agent I here to purchu.seuud \ NEW Tiin WKKCKH.: -Thesrlioon-

5 combination has been formed between\ the the same e"I'lllllg.-rl' are informed by corner of a largo i island, hounded 1 I on forward sponge 1: to his houses: in New er Mmjniiliit, it. (Cook, which urn vtd yesterday -
!steamers St. Julius and Ffarlli and that during Mr. C. L. Lellaron that thcAmerican Union; nnd north the Hillboroughriver ) ,
: the west by YOI k und! 1'.1ri"-A"I'/ of tilt (/111fl"1f /. ufteriB (rout New Snq'rna, had onboard
the coming winter tickets will be, sold Telegraph Company will be I ojicii for hiiMness on the east, by) the Little Hillsborough[ a mull of "hll'wrl'I'\c1II1:1l1or' \ >f, seventeen
{ optional! cither by railroad. inside[ or outside ('itlll'rahrlla' :: or Monday next. They :and Si x-nmilt' creek und south i by the bay. IIQP in III .inunlgtbent was John Council -
::\;t route.-Mr. C. F. Smith; civil engineer, will have an office on Pul.ifix street.-The! Snnl ',
,,4. has the contract for furnishing cro,,-til"l tor ill-fated ]hum tier Palm t is n'a1lo\ t. .\ telegram : Jefferson notice of the establishment u new er \\\rn ('rntlu reported imme-diatcly\ tn
r the Fernandina Railroad l between this city was received Mr. U. F. Sullivan's\ IHIt t-otlicc, u few smiles this side of Orlundo,
I We are indebted' to Mr. J. 1'. iranthum; Cupt. KcHsfiflcrwritcr'H: agent( who, according -
;> and Callahan. Parties from New York, who ofi'u-e[ yesterday from the captain of the un our efficient tax assessor, for a tabulated} to bo nall..1rilt.ox.. with \I. Coiiway usjiostmaster. b, jructioiH previously received
.r ]have the contract for the rails between vessel which follow Another will boon be established '
laying fortunate was as : Nummary of till property and the value from the S d-\lexawll'r.pal.1 his passage:
'1K :'( these iMMiit*, are now in the city, and (lalveston! ,.Sept. 1 14. !* ">.-l\ilu. lost. All thereof us returned und u""i-.ted: by I him for i I ut Snow'.s, between) L I (.ngwixHl and to New Yoilnd lie left this city this morning
'). will begin their work at Immense safe here. OWFIH\M ." l'ii irot (Sazttte.TlMUEK )laltlII'1.rhl'lI these; two oil\lees are '
once.-- > 'S 41u.intitic s of tish are now being shipped ASU:! Ll'XIliEU TllU'E-SCAXDX OKlt for the entire report at present, but the following bl'rn..I!, it will make sixty-one distim mails. \ o were saved 11:1\01'1'11 utop-

daily by express to .Savannah, Macon Atlanta >7!>-HO.) ) -Hyer's Circular for August 31 reviews is tin value of probity returned, to sent<< out from the Sanford ptollice weekly ping[ ut thl-el I ut New Smyrna, since the

und other places} from this city.- the timber and /lumber trade: of Pen- witpulls.: I which is no insignificant; mail business. gale, but i'ow' Oil their way to this city.

,. The Norwegian barque Oapt. Madscn, and s'ucula for the year ending ut that date. Avery \ 2.'tau) -The bottom of the hull of the steamer One is a| ng llrazalian, about twenty '
have been sold\ T. S. Kells: A.hI> >ie, which was u tusk at t ho head< cargo, by Capt. imlerwriters considerable increase over the businessof Acres of ::iialu,:!\ years of :.1 lie was going( to Mexico, amis
went to Dr. J. C. L'I'ngle. The the is shown the Acres i ............................ !io,7iiO' wharf at lcllulI\'ill, by the high wind( of MupMr-i |lull l O. p. Silvio
IIII'rC/\.l..I. mentioned
) previous year by figure, Value ......................... #7!"'). 1M1"' I the 15 th mittua.le its | In m
and the Sunday
former brought $Hj latter $550.- which give the total clearances for the j pct \'ulueof'i'uwra flliI.ij.l< < >> uppeuriinteat the publ* passenger I list.[ The other. a
,1 ls The written statement of Mr. lUCu-1 .\. Hernandez year at 533 vessels aggregating 3+)3(O'! tons, Number lorHt-M ami Mules. ::!,"isi) the ebon end of Sanford wharf on Monday Cuban, up twenty-l. uiryears of age. Ho 1
idea of what the survivors .r,!'71 morning showing,that the hteamer hud M
gives an while in l"'j"' *-jU they were 403( : vessels.! 217- Number of Cutl > has lightf utidnsuytatht'-hispanleComm.
'o f the ill-fated Vera (h: feuflVred before i Number of 1'1a't'allli\ liout; *. 1.ri: gone to pit'etw und is. u complete wreck nellcoutit
487 tons-an increase of 130: vessels, OlfHStons. :Number I und I Swine. 7Vt I give. He ]had the sad misfortune '
logH '
: was the own- t s ports! of all other i>crsons who have been I has equaled the supply] during the year, and Vulueof other |ltt'rlll\ull'fUot'rly.) ... $2u: ,,.noI tr of this Dteumer which }'Iiel< -{' thrown adrift upon our shores by the late the foreign and United Slates markets continue Total value of Ill.'f"'IllIull.r"It'rty\ ( j iu.'), iT: ford and Clay Hprings, on the Wckivu river, soon arcy reach Jacksonville )1 r. KelN:
,storm, that they have been well treated I Total value of JK-rsonal and real and we learn that she> wait recently! ap: ,
linn./ There is a steady and increasing( >arty. l,4n.3.I : ) will nefnu and! make arrangement tit I
bj"the people of Florida.-Fifteen or sixteen I j.roj l.ruiSl..l at il..JlJ..Jtl' < Ft'trubi JUlffluil.etllt. .
demand for and vessels |ask New York
Hellll t-
whipping, many are When compared with the returns of 170 tI ) Tt11 of than (
: immigrants went the river to Orange T. J. Shine hut pWel on exhibition
up oil their way to this jiurt. The following is we find there Is a decrease the number ofjiollaof above; 2ioni<*l nvanien were the few: of
( on the 10th.-Telfffw>tt. in the JlffMrUf ortice u curiosity\ in the orange "
a summary of the export of pine woods for 153; In the number of hogs a decrease the Ur'JUrk \ew Jle 'ul.lle, which they
;"JpSpt. '\'. A. Shaw, of the steamer (let). Jf. the year--To Great Britain 23(1( vessels! of i> ; und in the value of jKixinalI line. It U a sort of Siamese twins, report iving gone uxhore on that fatal

';Bird leaves! for Wilmington to-day to buj-r- with 3.1 jOt)1: cubic At-t hewn timber, 5.389,. I ru-rty| other than animals, the decreased double-yoke\ ( affair, or two orungc in one Htinduf en miles north of (0.1I1uft Inlet r

intend the joiner work, furnishing, etc., of 745 cubic feet sawn timber, and 17IIUJ) value a* returned amounts to $17,"* There skin but tto closely unittsl (but one faili to J*Lately all on board were nave!. I
the]new steamer now being built at that superficial feet of ]umjt..r. To Continent of liurf been: an increase in the number of acrct find any dividing line The two have united The J&'fiuMic hailed from (jiiet>cc, but I

,; K i' place for Dellarry'a Merchants Line. This! Eunjj, 73 weasels, with tVtt,3W cubic feet of of land returned of 4, IM ; in the number of !, and thus! dwelt together in unity like clean it (rum Hruniwick. la.., )bound tnUIo ,,
:p, new boat is expected to arrive here about the hewn timU-r,5JO,5fi.S! : cubic fed sawn timber acre improved( 14,4 fet-t of yellow I
1 lOthTof December next and Capt. f Shaw will and l5bsrlIsfeet( IUII1r To Africa. Azon :New York.-Orltiult Jirjmrter.TwothinU .
value of town loU amount 1', $:t.IiIi.i ; in- pine ft'r. They} renmineil 1 on l LoJUrll mtll 1
return't home on the Itc.uUl'rt't'N.! and Java 0 vessels with 3,9'Ml( 1 cubic feet of rreooe in horses and mule, 41 ; cattle; 5:.'7; of the orange about Umatilla Tip after ht- struck, when the mess
3Iatt Carj>enter. C. D. Willard Esq., and hewn timber, iJQVJ cubic feet of sawn timber in sheep( and goats, ->,\\ ; the :iscreastsl, l valueof arc re"irtul| t ': lion':'Thomas: Kehoe have this week pur- and tAI/) )(J feet of luml/ *r. To \Vet animal U returned at $l'iU15; and the stock all Hat. (Vit ton I J.* badly damaged reach the shoru-distant alxuit ;

\ 'fphased;,land adjoining Judge Settle' place Indies Mesiwj, l.ntrnlIul"rlta and South total increase in value of ul! property, real 1'utnum. one-ii (,fa mile, -slfeiy (In one of the 1 1'HIAI '
fat OrangeJale The legal fraternity will be _America Gl \&*e\", with l.XIS cubic feet of and |1'4J'VIJnul. --iJ.3ItJ.-J/'m/: l btutitsslbs. Stvcii huiidre voters on horseback: will *It'rl'"o'rt' also on l" ard. first niafP. ., J '
Y/weU repreot.ntCill at this new fcettlenu-nt onvtKa I. hewn timber will 13, '2/MJ (meet of lumU-r. attend the Kuncmk and liloihaiu meeting ill I. steward ".. C; (iralltlUt'1crltl
St;Johns, which now boosts of a lestoffl@ To IaSh'be; j"jrt*. 155 vetU, with 3H,5' I ie!>.- Leon. in thU! i.loe in October' lutnaiu will do \It uvvfV: Jl liallur!, of the -ho4MHT
aod daily steamers.There was sent (M) fed of JuiuU-r. Total:V3 vessels, .'iI"-, )If. II. C. ewU, one of the few remaining her U-at. It la earnestly rt'Ilut"IIu"l! that every .fw N4o'I. AU) ('ai tain l'ulantlala.1 .

.) to tite office of the.Suu lUll I'ftu yezterday, tM tou.; with 3,747,705 cubic lett hewn tIIII- early settlers in Tullaht. '
l ijJ,,;}M. E. Murj-hy, of the Forsythlobster \\cr, Ct.lX,3Kt cubic ftt of awu timber, and afternoon from hU rl'tlt.Jelll" Hcv.Mr. .. I I him; on that occasion -A* the sky bright IV .'44 lying In 'the rabin of the Mn! *"- t

1iw 1i.Faluull about six inehts WSM.tu: superficial feet of lumber. -.\ lUymond of lIlt 1'rc.byttrian chunh I en-i after the ktonu, DO the condoling lightc'lm.f lit I bruL. J, and the U Ira rc|'orter dulnof
,1. galA.iha.lJ\13t; been taken out of the.St. manatee, something rare Ju this, cud of Fl''r- om$3ting and the vjlenin "ii'. tupresssive i in, that, after all, theorange f'rutl will mho.-Iisiw+. ; '


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Ith Mr1frtLESS. thing the iutnuled' '' whispered\ to me and waving gras. ,nnd the sunset that touched-l' I round the bed that he who lay there was hnmted nurse had' retired to! her t theibed own I,ion thin I '
the plllmof
just before I on you inclines! me to with Maine nil the sky above the ruins, the marked for death. forest ; but from solemn fiu'o.
f t' nd shield the Motherless!! make the three weeks three months Will still figure: of :Margaret 11'nlfelatnerl. I slightly, Wolfe died in the night, and the looked forth I wasted, strangely !

ken bleeding dove, you be, as!! hospitable. us your friends the forward from the niche it occupied' ; her !serious doctor only being with him., When Carew more beautiful in its Seri !Ii I!J'lhlltldl.

I there pmhes no rich fount ghosts!'! ?" face and 111'I'Jlllark I')'('!< giving her the rose next jlorl1illj to take, if necessary, his had boon in the serene seemed)! the I face oi
: ; I and deathless love "How] hospitable( ?" aspect of some ensaintcd phantom.: With turn tit met the widow nt the The eyes were closed I ; it

.: ':!t title grief: confers, 11'illU, join! with them Inviting me to that face and. those strangely; beautiful' eyes, door of the death-chamber. .Oh, Mr.( Cu one 11 'II1 wrapped t her I
to so lone :as! they, remain' ns they appeared/ in the, sketch that ho bail( rcw," she said. wildly, Iail' has the fe. Thc grief that already the mothera

tale path a Mother' love OIl, no." (,executed, (Curcw however, remained di":sat- wen :\1' hu"bund's dead and she will die with Its shadow had imparted to in ordinary ,
t Sot its holy ray ? The negative; was! !so ,disdainful and the !!IlitLnhor.! in bo might; his brush had too !" self restraint: nnd dignity bhe
: her
x girl turned away with so abrupt' a haughtiness / failed to catch the e.ri) :'s"ion that he had The anticipated news of 0Ifl"1 death seasons wore foreign to I ;:
'Ht1e form nbire them bends' that she wu at the! further end. of the noted\ upon the girls fare-a something wn forgotten In the !1.l.kl danger for the burst into no loud paroxysm of weeping her lea-

.0 !soothe the ('',u'h of pain ; lel before Carcw bad l sufficiently rccuvere.I neither of earth nor heaven livingi For : moment Cnrcw stared blanklynt nor did the anguish "talll'llpon '. 00111plnlnts. -
,o voice so fond n4 hers ways from hii astonishment to !stir tongue or As! in the !sweet'! Juno' twilight; the painter the grief-stricken face before him, unableto tires find e '!'" that dune

To mini the fevernh brain. foot. In the twilight glowed for a single instant walked back from !Dalton! toward the Abbey realize that such words had, indeed, l 1.'l'l For the first few minutes! saidvos,

lli. other tongues iluy whisper love the apparition of a dark-blue drc..- a ruins, his own face wore an expressioncuriously !' uttered. "Does Dr. KdniomNon think it stood Illl'TII1 )II'H. Wolfe
In accents soft nn mild ; pale chock, and. certain dark curl*, falling serious! for one who was ordinarily, will bv a severe attack ?. ho said presently.'. "There's II.r face, you see Mr.

'* Hut none on earth i< pure as that with graceful decorum on the whitest ol among'' : the lightest! : t-III'nrll'flof I living knight i lie does-lie Iltll'!'. I Ho l won't say !'I; but ('urcw, Ood's taking from me my daugh

A mother hears he' child. necks ; then sunlight and (the shadow in of the brush.", There was: n presence In the ho 11',1'1'1. Oh. she'll die Mr. lIrl'w-fhe'l ter." she
question\ : faded l away together and within little Furness: town that 10aI.lthe midsummer die ns her father died last night, 1111 .I want you to paint her for me, such
Round every fibre other) heart and without the ruins all was blank ami air with I pestilence, and turned men's mother wil die after her. There won't b* went on presently. .There never was '

His welfare is en twinesl, thoughts from business! and pleasure to the (time to 1 stone over James' r"1 before n face as her's in I"urlHI; ant now she s

And in its deepest messes gray.Carew walked toward (the !scdilia and. smut/ terror and mystery of death. A* quietly m :Maggie i and 1 are lying beside! in the dying, sites more beautiful, ever I alt

HiS I image is cnshrned down where the departed apparition had, the darkness that was entering with hint did new cemetery at ]'. ,"." She laid her face her. Mr. Carew ; give me a picture of her

A father may grow odd 1 1 and stern, ten minutes! !'! earlier, been meditating.IIo Carew pass forward into theruinud chapel' to the Wil and burst into an agony of tears. sweet face, that when she's pone from me I

Or absence may ('stan e. sat for a few minutes! thinkihgsilcntly, and toward the familiar niche. Tho face and Il'\'" Mr. Carew, h'n'I'lo: before' the may have something to look on that \'IllrNliinllmc

Hut oh, a Mother's laving heart, queer expression of mischief and perplexity form of Margaret Wolfe, absent from the takes "t\l. and '",'llll', of her and ke1 me from going

Defies the power ofchnngc I working III eye and hi'. That barbed 1 place' for dozen evenings, past looked out To ('nrl'W : vigorous Intlrl' this paroxysm: mad." .

little arrow of n Ao evidently, rankled. in his once more on him from the sedilia. thoughtful of holplosjt\ >arid came as I call to action Carew, unable to trust Ils voice, silentlysigned
Deal gently with the:lothcrless I mind. mad maidenly nsevor. that nude in"tantlv the master of his assent He fetched his sketching materials

Oh, fair and stately ride, Doesn't care for the society of mortals; I While Carew stood still hesitating whether own. "I.' nl' you Mr'. Wolfe Why, and fell quietly to work Mrs. Wolfe:,
Who come t to thy Wilded( home Suppose' The girl has lived ,\with ruins 1111I1II'Jen.l:1 to go forward or withdraw, she ended his wh.'I'\uJ I better be of u"e. Where's Djr. after watching him for a while in silence,

In all thy youthful ride ; : till she i is a sort of embodied ..lreamIlcr1'l.lf. difficulty by ri'inl and approaching him. 1:11"1,1"1?" I I felt her grief, rising choakingly in her

And take on thyself once If 1 were Kip Van Winkle, or fine 010,1 Carew.: was her salutation "I'I"1k to Dalton. He M\I'I he'll send throat, all went away to her own room to

A new iind sacred tit of the :Seven Sleepers, I might win a gracious -offered (' but without any trace u< I nurse if he can till one. I sob and prey
Hast thou a Mother'Sptient) love? word from her ; but, I being an everyday of the constraint tint, since the former dialogue I .I mut soo him. Sit by your daughter The August days stole on, still and! breathless

Her constant, watchd (')'e1Cons't piece of humanity, her( goddess-ship\ scorns in the ruins had made few and : plea>c'. till 1 rut.t"l don't mind he- ns if the wind, tend the birds in the

th '.-ottted me. Such n A'o from a, mouth of eighteen) ward, the words exchanged by the l'llra wk-I'f pug loft alone in the house with her nnd- woods, and the very leaves and waters had
thou forego ) ease hushed themselves! in recognition of the
summers I I'll paint (that face-I'll- l'Ieel pair. .You h\1 boon to 1)llt\n- and-
To minister to him, have not ?" It was now broad Itl ht. Mrs. Wolfe, presence of death. About the time when
; And watch beside his rtlcss couch "I you have been there all thc afternoon," ho well understanding; Ourow's halfspokenmoaning the western sky was flushed with a fever of

' Till those bright eyetrow dim ? "Mrs. Wolfe," saidl'arew to his landlady: had better not come '. lion-fore, with sutlicienteontidcneo. sunset, all shadows like coffin palls were

,. For these! are all a Motor's' task! when the pair mot next morning in the spa: Tl'llt..1IHI you !. :\)1).' No." The artist 1.1.ll.1 trailing across crass nnd won.land, Carewlaid

These pale the raven ress: ; I' \TIlellllttwlll..1: to the cottage wherehe For fear of the fever, you ? 1Vehave a low words of encouragement and consolation his bru.h. and theimaged

And, gay young steplamo, cans'tbrave thou wns "staying, I think your daughter has/ it in our house already.ulan My fatherhas I, and I hastened! I oil*. face that had grown beneath his

the strangest look lever saw on any girl'sface. \ been two or three times at Dalton Tho will-o'-the-wisp, flitting fron) skillful fingers to that other face !shrouded

s This for the Mothcrlo ? Where on earth did she pick it up?" anal today he finds: himielf too ill to 11h.I'. I patient"o\nr.1I {' hail. scoured no nurse, by curtain and pillow. He had Jnille.ll1. !

In Furness! here Mr. I'arcw. The lass think"there I is risk of Infection in coming : and had little hope of obtaining one. The tusk
Oil, look upon) the Mooting child, has Ih'e.11I11 her life but the first four you ( .
years up to our lnuse to fetch your thing I few women in PIOI tit to be trusted with :1frs.11'olfe had. returned to the bedside of
of her whdied
And think seemed. all so.'autiful in this! very house, and the old ruin i ltailuu'st: will put tlJ'11 together and /.ntl thl'l to I the can-of a fever-patient! have their hands ]her insensible daughter and Sat now in 1
While life nil the playmates ever hilI 1. When Maggie / whatever address you give tie than full already If you ('nll.l go chair by one of the windows, lost in sorrowful
I in her IIUl 11f'
And she was pjle. i was "scarce high enough! to climb into theAbbott's "If I think there i is ri- of infection ?" returned over to rivorstone, though for me, )Ir, Ca thoughts, and motionless the twilight
'ti Is
Rejoice that thy bled hairhot Seat; she would sit by the hour un Carew. You had reason the other r'w-" Cnrew stepped lightly past her, nnd bent
To cherish and to II'r'the stone dragon's in the fhnpol( and like doctor." the face the those
evening, Miss Margaret, for thinking meimpertinent "To IA'Ila..h'r, if you over on iiow.01111
And, obi let none hut tally word-* now that she's three inches taller than her .. this
hut I don't know what Dr. F/lmomNon scribbled a few words, sealed lids
; nc\1
].'cr greet the Mother!\ mother shegr'es' thorestill.t i Injthoday I time, have given you to fancy me cowardly.1'I"l'I :: addressed 1 them, and gave Clrl'w the I- stupor, ns the physician had feared, glideinsensibly
when we're bi.th about the house she's
kindly of the Motrloss busy Neither moon, nor star had as yet glim sary llin.t.tiol:. into an enduring sleep?
Judge content with now and 1 then taking peep' at this June "It looks like he thought. lietouched
on twilight. Thnm.gh
lot is theirs Il'r.llJllt -
.\ | ll'ep.
weary (theII'I'v from the window but the first
the half-darkness of the ruined Carew the widow ,- on the arm "See,
And oft the heart that prst seem,. hour after.risingiind I another heforeit's. dark, perceived the girl's dlall'l him, The July 1 days, (crept slowly past t, a !succession : Mrs. Wolfe, how hlppy"Jcr face is. This:!

A load of sorrow direct.meir heart! ( she spends, at the altar end of the chapel( with look-he knew not eyes whether I'I of blazing noo'is I ngd sultry en'llh'Ilat I is sleep that Sod i is giving can't be
Xo f.iithful voice stepsOr I IIl'r and cracked the Furness
dream dreaming of the jewels I that are wonder made them shine parched tiell. h.>' j
bids. them onward Jess. or : teat I
there Ill'IlIrc-tIHt ghastly similitude those
: star-like. I dl'l.ks alI !'! companion and the two stood
And if they gang a kiu'ii wrung, ()li, it Isn't the dead l old Abbots !shedreamt lips on which rested still fiercer breaththan roI
I side w'ustedcheck
1 be much in waif I side by I looking earnestly on !
the Mother) your
help of then 11Vhnt! may these& jewels ho, hal that of II. sun-the burning kiss of .
.:.. ._ :"! stay ? he asked. I !hal'I'l'll very and drooping eyelash. Oh, if she
i And when the sinful amhe frail, Mrs. Wolfe ? little altendauce-m'est! IIIattC1 manage : fever. Day: by day the furnace-like atmosphere would but open her eyes again," said the
. ".\ king's ransom in pearls and rubies Mr.( ni.ll.illlonhtj'11 reports!'! from the sickroom
". The tempted and the H for myself; and for tilllll.r I 1',1 walkover mother sorrowfully.As .
I a f'arow. The used. to Carew with more cruel
. Unspotted one shall cr' thy path, story my grandmother to when necessary: to Halonot muchdanger oppress if the wish had been a summons, the
Now that he
t h'lIl11e forty years ago, mind that I often toldMaggie fears concerning Margaret. \
of th of the unclosed themselves
not ,
Oh them as- carrying me' eyes
spurn wih
u when she was a bairn jnt able to 1) longer saw her and could not In delicacy ant
Thou knowest not whatou' liadst been it's nil town II Tl'llh', Margaret looked at the two before ,
With trials even less.r.And understand, says that in the war of the "Are you not afraid of taking it yourself, venture further than to the threshold of the Mother !" she said, in that most delightfulof I]
; but chamber where she hovered between life
of I'll
woulvent HO't..1I11 Furnpsshad a- Mr. Carew? If back to house olcetheoice! of the one whohas
l when lips reproach our J
thy you
: Cllt' and. death the full extent of the r1'uel
leave the for ( toll.\ It suits impression
legend Maggie to ,
i Think, they are Mother). to-night, how yon know but it may bo passed safely the crisis nnd shaken -
this had made him
her tongue far bettor than mine, and she runs never to leave it alive1'"You singular girl upon was its )Ir. Carew !I"
again ot' delnum-
through it much more prettily. gradually: revealed. He wrought feverishly
I A blessing on the Mother, evidently '' me ns n ,'(
dwell omrth, I'll rather hear it from you," said )Ir, king 'T' and assiduously I at his picture, that by paint
Whcr'cr they and fanciful of person, said 1 In the Academy)' Exhibition of the folow-
ler\11 her serious face it 1 in
Brew appeared
i Within the house of rhilnod, Carew. ing pure as few pictures were more
teeth I "Ami I'd rather my daughtertold, 1 The health, he might distract his! mind from the ing year
r Or at the stranger's! If you were not fanciful, would you bean thc single contributed by I.'rancil
", dill..I'" so jealous already of the time thought of it when flushed with the delirium cam'a
above tlr you
line bo the sky heads IIrht' I don't think you are It'T'OU Leigh Carew A. Tho scene of this
And the sun wSii, snond in tho ruins that I'm sure, if she who of fever laid of the ruined
bright though ; no one was nl'T'nn painting was!! in chapel
O I pod, protect the Mothers thought I'd been saying anything to you seek the company of that terrible fever. The pear tree that, when the artist opened Abbey of Furness ; the hour was that ofmidsummer J
them free frt she about the legend she'd come to mo. crv- Hut Mr. what his window, nodded before him brunches central
And keep! really, ( good canyon twilight. From the
lug, 'Mother, net a new lodger. !If Mr. uew laden with ripening fruit, stretched otherbranches -
do by !staying? I I.T'friendly and generous niche of the three seats of carven stone that
with toward the chamber window of the
Carow stays us, he'll bo trying to J find
of what it still adorn the
to chapel a girlish face looked
you ;
iy Tin Amios. MAT.Looking the treasure.' '' w"h 1,11 sick girl When both casements stood open
be? forth wondering but the
--1 Those are nil tho treasures I'm likely to Who will nurse your father through his for the heavy summer air to enter, words apparition that Ullsma'I. ,This'wasthe
tho very linfmnation of contented find In the Abbey," IIahll'lIr'w.) opening his: spoken in thecae room struck on the curs ofa
idleness, Frank Car lay on the hill- portfolio of IIkl'tlhl"II'hcII: hit companion il nC? listener in the other. Leaning out toward ghostly figure of an Abbot, unsubstantial

aside above tho ruined Ah* of Furness, and liud passed a couple of minutes! in inspection "My mother nndl'Ilf, certainly the pear tree Carew had already caught on yet distinct, and frowning malignly
"And do imagine that two women the fair creature before him.
the embodime.n i canvas and pig. you you several occasions the voice of upon The
admiration he added "Of
I ( ; course,
will bo l ? Have
meats of the fancies wit hich\ the June 1I4.4Vnlfe! does not put any real faith in lutlent fathers von any illl'l whili Wolfe, weak from illness, and too indistinct hell in her hand an antique jewel casket
in a :! the which wealth of nnd had
your a pearl ruby
j fsunsct bad Inspired! him 'or three of theo this nonsense! about Abbots and rubies? be lkt for his oar to separate its faint accents intowords. frm
? showered out into her This treasure the
of wee A. 11.
brightest summer young "Sometimes/ she h:1-tIlll'tirlll': not. ,
We can get help from dim of the extended to
,.\.. had occupied hlmsc ill multiplying I've known her to sit for an hour at a time "The fever will ,Dalun.. In such He was! leaning thus in the early morningof hnnt. phantom was
sketches of the Abbey ru until scarcely a in the Abbot's Seat there, Irving to think that first of August drinking in deep
weather ns this: and in a town like Dalton, Three or four after the of the
feature of their beaus l'eay but 'Xa'l where the casket could be hidden, and then there is certain be draughts of a fresher air than had fanned his days opening
to an outburst of the disease exhibition there halted before the
lodged in his portfolio lio chapel wus start up with a little laugh at herself and that will drive cheek for weeks past, and rejoicing in the already
; there, rootless, window! its altar gone, hurry away. It's thinking of her father and and confusion Don't everything throw Into u volunteer fright cool breeze that sang softly among the leavesof )purchased picture possessed n young couple for intl'rest.The whomit .
grass clasping) closely th ;w gravestones! me that makes her (take these wild fancies, Miss Wolfe away the patch of woodland opposite. Hain evidently no common
helper, : find it a hour unfashionable
t hat remained ; but us nllic in its desolation : Mr. Carew. 1'ooras you nee my husband today ; you "may had fallen in the night-the first shower for was nnd the room
matter to
replace lute almost and these facts
to rather thanto
it had lookct those of empty, ,
as ever days he ke pt a bettor "stable ton years ago nearly a nature lay green,
girl ( "And sketching? mouth-111111 her thin and
Cathode' prosperity wli thc Cistercian than KeniU't does: at his big house on the she said heitatl, your dewy ulI smiling August! vni eyes aglow with radiant
monks of Furness chanteiraj'ors for the hill there; and if James Wolfe is now aruined ) is finished and the dawn. lrew, his artist's Imagination, quickened happiness, Margaret Carew owed( it that noinquisitive
sketching pictureI
souls parted from that dun'er which their stare and whisper proclalm..l her
man, James Wolfe has himself to about by.the beauty of the scone before him,
nm settling can wait. I assure! revealed to
feet were trading |I, tjiank/ for it. I'm free in talking to von, sir I'm little afraid of being you half believed that the goddess of the morning of other than her husband as the
ao incor1enicilcedu original maiden of
Carew lay dreamlrigly u-r his favorite for there's little to hide from you after that of dying of the fever" sweet Aurora, was herself in presence the ghost-confronted

tree, looking down on the-jy stillness of slellethetithter evening. Oh but Maggie's What n marvelous amount may at timesbe .:-he I is conic to cool vour parched lips "ri'hae.
the Abbey, and trying to'). substance to miserable about tier father and me. I think left with her kisses! my poor Mari area something better in the Abbey
clearly expressed yet un:< As than "
fancies that she fours sometimes that ho'l! lok'n A dissonant I mirthless pearls and rubies, Frank, she said nt
the shadowy niected themoIt'1'I'S bring us on if the had been a mirror which laugh, all jarred past Then
mind with the before lie's done and the eye the of the as Carew, disturbed from his visions -
e in his thawing of tho Jtarbh ; each the of the on oars young painter as he murmured
luk'llalll'l'f'ch"'I1 of
. black choristers! opposite last he started thought's like a continual burning to her. Magaret knew that!secret Carew insaying this fancy to himself. It was .lt- midsummer twilights all rooks
up with exclamation ; R She wants to go and help In Miss 1'ostlo- other'ltillll. added cult to realize that it came from the sailing in the glow of sunset above an ancient -
"Iwillstay, mentally, "In lps
it I have it. t thwovtc's school at Ulvon-tone and ruin looked round nt her, her elolu'ntI''e
'II have JT>, midnight : ; glad order to be discerned
near i" Curew that alutrophizl'll
t the moon at its bri liest''; ghost of old )1i:+11 l'tI'tlethwu\'tt' would bo to have her ; Margaret had not you her; heart somehow been Uoth'r, see, the Abbot is trying to and mobile" lip whispered to ', My

King Harry just stoalingtj the chapel for little as the child was when we took her utcontlict with her would take the casket from me Oh, mother, what husband
judgment, -
jintl a crowd of rookll'n'h'lI the sedilia, from boarding; there, she had learned almost but decisively, have: his gratefully utter hundreds of i earls' and rubies there are in Curew made no answer lnt they had A

and cawing! curses on the.iher who loft all that tho old lady. could touch her. Hut I and entreated him to \' 'll'l'II'I1. it We'll sell I them in London I buy the fl'achet home; nor, indeed, day ortwl fl'n.flrwurd.

1 the central niche of the treats empty of can't part with her-she's the only being on us see what mother will thinkof old house again, ant have as much land us One morning at breakfast, how.

nn Abbot! King Harry the-hth) visitingey earth that can do'anything with my husband your Jl wish to remain my;' she said presently we hullefure began to drink Ijidy fuI1'nly sot before hi wife a vivid

Abbeyreniembors of Fumes.1 If right hand -tho only one loft me to care for, or when she had giveji her hand to him in token -, Dorothy doesn't like the plan, she la,'!!. ly-tinted her face its bridal aspect
its cunning I'll M my own in that cares for me. And now, Mr. Carew, I of thanks, and ho ha.ll.rl'11 the proffered 'hl'rc's' her ghost behind the other. (Oh, blushing happiness "

the Academy next May." 'to must run in-there's eight o'clock striking, I how pretty she is-what lovely blue eyes Pearl and ruby, Margaret, he said
fingers warmly. They went "luwh'forth
.\ downwnrd scramble umoircos, bushes!! and Maggie will bo wondering why 1 don't from the ruins and the path that and what an innocent face for a woman that pointing to the scarlet lips and white, small
.nnl bits of crumbling mason: ami Curew come.. to help her in )getting) hreukfastready." led to the cottage, both as silent as the twi was so wicked( Hers is just the hair to tooth rcveale.by the smile that parted them

'r01lllecl the arch into thelis", A light I wonder what the girl thinks of mutt'," light. If cither thought of the disdainfullyended twist strings of pearls in. lake the casket "I fount. in the Abbey of 'ures.-

laugh. ) struck ui(>on his car fHe was Curow's self-reproachful ejaculation, ut- interview of a fortnight back, it was take it-for fear the ghosts be too Tht.tryuey..
: sprang up tho wall, and ked toward terod within hearing of no creature but the to wonder that such a had been strong for me. Them more of them rising -- -- --

the sedilia.( Apparently the ;;actually I rooks, a"l. alter breakfast,the speaker walked cither reflected that Margaret fCl'ne Wolfe I -hundreds of them-the room's full of GEUH.S L01'QL'VITE

revealed was more satisfactorvm that for i down toward the .\IoIII'*'. \\ hat should! agirl Francis ('a'w l kid known each other in all, their faces. Oh, what horrible creatures! Some curious statements have been pub

which the laugh huc1l'repILl\1l1'1, for beat like this Margaret Wolfe, dividing her five weeks, it was with an undefined Keep them off, mother; don't let them come listed( by an Austrian official on the data of

onco loapeildown into the('harlltl' walked strange life between dreamt of the pmt and I that the talk jut ended 1 had r agieallychanged tl'lht near tho 1)11 Where's Mr. Carew?-he longevity! in Uermany and other European

toward the stout; stops to hi* *( tho miseries. of the present, know of the those weeks to years. would away. Oh, mother, their countries. It appears from this that there

A figure in no way ghojtljui already meaningless!. talk men indulge! ill.t towanfKirU cold hands **.. t.n.v&.v...p,. 'n"'v." I (1. 1.el 1', are sOle 12,800 over years of
\\olfcbehavedat iK.-rsons ninety
her had
rben from the (central nicllethe throe p whoxo Kociety they niul pleasant for the .lughtt'r help age throughout the whole of Luro1'e, of
worn recesses thut still a.lob,1lI ruined hour, but don't, care to retain for life? I'll known and Carew had more IU..I.t..1the ( I With the girl's scream ringing; in his ears, which number 6,200 are women. In Italy,

4 chapel of h urn sy ; and with at brown talk no more nonsenso to this Diana of would liehuTe.' In times of Ilstn' hersole 'arew hlrril..lunt of the rlH'U and house.Ho again, female longevity is superior to male,

4-yos bent shyly on the !mtn, seemed elghtl't'IIn 'r all-"Carew halted 1 and refuge was tooling to I painted nothing that day ; the exquisite there being in that country 241 women over
t to looked back the trees at the nature to bo near h 'r. She was soready mental ocea.-ioned h,"
doubtful whether remainTo0t. This (through cottage hUIII'I..1 pain 'Margaret's deli one hundred of age, and only 1GO male
1 successor to the Ablnits of old wore usnnprotondingly he had left :No, not a wife," thetainh'r herself of ('nrt'w'l proposal rium had unfitted him to handle the brush centenarians.\'ar Allowance being made for

tasteful a dreauu Eue: muttered, walking on again "I don cure that site ulogl.tht'r forgot. to thank him. I .\ weary time spent among the Abbey ruins the preponderance of women in tho popula

lisp girl of eighteen summer (U figure to take u wife away with me from Furness. As the July days grew hotter and hotter gave place to a sleepless lietattem; when, ton generally, even then, according to these
In, and had, a face of the order t one hesitates .\ "' all I want." and the reports (from Dalton became more I on the following morning by ttateml'nts. the female sex 'shows the best II

whether to call plain 'oru.isome, i Enter: the chapel when he might, Curewfailed and more gloomy, Carew, although his stop I way of breaking the painful monotony of his average of long lifo. In Hungary, on the \

and ends by pronouncing toilIalltrndh'e.; to find its shadowy desolation brightened rt.mail..llgllt and his voice cheerful, began thoughts to resume his picture, the result contrary there! are more old men than women j
.\ Madonna done In marble nuginve had bv the presence! of Marpirvt: Wolfe; Ir.\ tht l'url mc.t air as though l it I was so Unsatisfactory that he cast the brush notwithstanding females outnum.V 1...

those (Untie chocks and thutyt J of soriousness. and he laid received. from ,,) the canvass choked him Out at l"urlbhe,' therewas from him in despair. The three succeeding her the males. Austria, it seems, has 1'

\ and other materials that he wrote fur happily, no death-bell to depress with lays Wl'J among the Jot painful that women who are over a century old, 10
"So it was you that laughed 3 Marga. and bad fpent a day or two in meditation itl frequent(toll both the sick and those who.. Curew had ever spent only 80 men are aged. The most interest

ret," said Carew "It'aa sin tl .tOsuch; over hisl'r Jt'.t..ll'll'tnrc before ho again saw watched by them! ; but the r.nvingtof the I. On the fourth, an hour or two after he ing f.ct. however a, in these data is the superior -

tweet sounds on the Abbey gU I pro. her in the Abbey ruin sutloror wore oven more oppressive to a list !had risen,there came a light tap on his rom longevity of the Hermans compared

test. I'lllllint you ** Meilusa I I go on One afternoon toward the end of June "lerthan such a bel wout ha\lltn. Wolfe door. Owning it, he found himself confronted with the Slaves; thus among the a Germans

keeping tryst and making meiTurness .Ih the ("arew had walked acro the field to the had lived for y'lll pant ofhe by )Ir. Wolfe's frightened face and I of t'1'1er.lustria and Salzburg there are UJ !

ghosts, while every-l Jwrtals ancient town of Dalton. King 11111)111.. Irunkard ; and be was now death despairing eyes. Kr (cent who come u nder*
like Frank Carew can't get so ,has a was by this time Iwpl'lt.I] banished from of one. Throe Jays of acute delirium, dur- i .Oh, Mr. Carew," she wailed!, "J--dlil'1 the (' ofthis1M'lulatOI while thc
smile from you.:' the luiintor'n thoughts, it was the fair form lag which *the patient tasked to the utmost dying! The doctor i1 she lay l'I'1 Slaves of ialicia the percentage is four.
I've known Furne and its I IS and of Maiyarct (that he contemplated placing in I the "young urtUt's strength and endurance, without waking from the stupor she'l hi.

its; legends ever since I was old ):h to the Abbot's Seat. gave; place to stupor, intervals of low Come, and see her once again before the TiE APPETITE or A. 'LRI.\ \cKEn."

walk from our cottage to the ruin Lithegirl lie hail already sketched, rapidly. yet curo- Jutl.rilJ. in which, like FaUtafF, the sick dies." As Mr. Tallt'f'l forty days fasting was l'ronOllcl I

bomewhat coldly "Mr. U| land Iflatter ully the sight; of which his eye had rested I lhll..J i of green tl'tSthl."gTl''J I Brew had nee er more than a confused and 1 a success, I take the liberty to say
)mare only been acquaintancesof fl' j when on that nevortil,,rgotton eveningof Franc across WI ug.in misty recollection *>f the minutes that fol- I can bring fhrwarlla1an who cat

three weeks past" early June, he rlimlKti) tothe win.I'J\\-gap I'' to stager home from an evenings I lowed He rpmomlicrod dimly I somewhat) ,t a five-year-old and bread in cal

"The pleasantest weeks in M !row's of the ancient chai ol. and looked toward the ing. 'ht'l fuHllwl t'on\-'Igi; and the large room, airy, and fresh and cool, as befits I tion, within forty-eight hours propor

life! I was tilf'&king to have end. stay sedilia. Contracted alike vividly with the j gla"y,tut: 'eyes unchangingly I the.chamber in which science and affection I NEWSOM, C. H.

here iu another three weeks! or so, i'tOluC- hadows: that crept along; broken t>iul...ti.nes I from the pillow told those gathered contend with the demon of fever. The ex- 1k Creietttt City, j'l. .u1lt 2. lS 'U.

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FOOL1.YG .t CHI. AMAX, me," shouted I live men in chorus as they CO lmIlI:: : ) TIMF[ CAUDOK l I'' Floritla and Western Kailway:: to and, from MALLOUY'S(
\\e' rose from their respective! seats to greet the I 'I' Savannah, curl all Northern, F.astern: and -
1.'I.OIUn.HTlanSIU I.IX.:.
AND TUEN SADLY RKALIZIMI: TIItT.TUE: CIHX\- l'IIIgl'r.ldmt''t'/ /ic/niVrr./ Western! Cities.At .
,"'$*. MAS HAH KOIM.EP rat t. "Ir I .'"IU'* undertakes: to pull my ears," i ..1'fIa.1NTll'il'1.1'<: :s'1'; 1 INDIATIJANSlT ) I I.nkl' City daily with the Florida. (Central -
15A1L150AD Kailroad: anil from .Jacksonville\ : :. l lr i.im to dell
A.: plump little Celestial, his almond eyes said a loud-mouthed' I I fellow "'I1I\'t! reel corner : to : Only > ( -l ( York.'I'II .
twinkling with delight and<1 an extraordinary: lac have his haul full" Tin 1 I'FAINSt'LAi: I :: : 1\1: l.lW.\), Augustine, Palatka: 1 Ellh'rl'rl'I'.I\11t1 land:
grin lighting up his yellow countenance: crowd, lowed nt the man's: 1'1'u,1 "miledA 1. ( \Ilrldn\ 1'fiincli/ ,,) ing" on the :St.: John Uivcr. .-.
At lIalI\\'llIllaih' with the Atlantic! (
dropped in to witness the lottery drawing WAVKUI.Y: 'Iowa, editor., ; an \ion* to enroll AMI: West India Transit Kailway toand fromFernaiidina jlnlfand '
: ;
the other day crMHKULAND( : : UolTK.In ( :.
; a farmer among! his contributors, WI'"ft'hillll : <.taineville: I i ( Cedar! Key, and .'.
the blindfolded
lIoaattched\ hoysdrnvthe!
; his
letter begging for Miincthing from .t.
I : '' ltl' with "(earners for; 1'ampa, I'y'I. t andHavana. _
numbers from the wheel with apparent: interest pen whereupon tlie farmer sent the edito 1)!! l\lirintry J W" I "**..-. .
'1 and bore the jokes of the crowd line I and charged him l live dollar! .
a pig
young with
At Chattaboochee '
around with evident good; nature UOINti !WifTII.; titucssvcckly I: FINK: :SI: ..\ .
for it.TIIFY. the Line and Central Line Hoats; to Ill'
,' "Say, John, you wa. hee that mini'sejalrtee church, in Leave .\tlanta. (Oa! ........ ......... ...... '!.I\,; iM.. : Peopk-.s, )' : : C .. : : TUVA'S: .
took little girl Ottaws and from Columbus\ Kulanla.: : Fort ( built ,
?" asked one of the crowd.!, pointing .1 Leave :Macon: < !Ia................ ......... 7. .1.> i'. )I I. I ; ( \1'S'InX
for the tirst 1 I time telling her >lu' must be u+ Apalachicola. and other Ii\; landings CAITJUINIIS.1:
.to one of the benevolent-looking i commis.VJI l.eave llrun..wiek, (;;a......... .......... (i.lo; \. M. l'r
still us a 11I1I1I l'rhl'lI the preacher: gut r f FJeganl: :Sleejiing: and Parlor Coaches,
crs.f ................ | .
Arrive Fcrnandina\; Fla U .l5 v. 'I. : CITY or / \ I.S.c'T..
and shoiitoipretty "
warmed hi* subject' \ Woodrull'and l.ncns Patent, daily between
: washce" heapee] plenty shirtee if I wince l up, over sentences she: raided\ helinger Lni\e Fernamlina......... ....,. .........K'A.' : M. run (
loud in his Tallahassee and Jacksonville.f ]1J1SK.
plize," \replied. the bland<1 Mongolian.: \ Arrive Haldwin. Fla..................... l.i"v.:! a. *
looked ut him and l'l'i.lollt. 'I Ouick thntsure\
straight connection
', "' Have ticket John ?" ,l : Pcrti'ctsafety. nbovil, ::
{ yon got a inquired NI I':: of the Nlcanmr leaveFernamlina
the man in the crowd.! I"l'l' here, don't t you make so mnc'li noi>I'." 'Leave Haldwin\ Jacksonville: ..... L.'lt: ) r i M. :,: F.IXIA15( I : YLIKT; ( ) for>lw York wi
.,tom" \"cll tlikcu habee '' theChunanlau Arrive Jacksoinille, (I'II III. I haute: ).. i.'W: ]p. M. :11M1') Master Transportation.It ;. every Friday
me Inc replied (t to !suit the title). I
(< drawing one from his: picket l-nh'IIC. h'dic'hH'. l Leave Itahlwin: for Cedar Key....... l..rH> r. M.I This line, havimr r> transfers to. make
;JlTlickec win ?" he: inquired' ---- -- -' -- Arrive Waldo (Junction' 1'. I f.!. I U:) .. '.ll r. dl.I I. I\ or iiiul <><'(>>!u SII'I..honCIIi. betweenFF.KNANDINA

*";$|The man in the ('rn\\'lII"nkl'lt at the 4UIII' REMEDY I.caveV'uldn........... ..................... 1.2mm I I'. M I.
-'toor.l1Il1l, scanning his list: t found that it had l THE BEST Arrive'aiiie; >'ville........................ '"'.17 t I'. >t I.I I. :\ iv: SC'IIInl'I.I: : "II!) NF.\V YII:,.
ttTcome in for a $.r uo prize' I Leave' Gainesville; ......... ............... 3"I!I I'. M.ArrieCedar I I. (Oil',* theHF.ST
""'Jfe"?' Well, John," replied the man in the FOR: Key............... ......... !!)I.III: t.. M. AND CHKAST: : TKANSI'OUTATION (] .
;/crowd; very innocently, "I I think you've I 'rains to Jacksonville! and, North; of \P.ald-: FI.OIDA) :\
----- --,<, 5 ------$ TO ( ) snil'PF.KS.; :
Throat and( Lungs
Diseases of the
/tost- : win daily.
','/,'<5Jj&"Chinee man 1')1')
.wsubjci't I of the Flowery Ktnpire.' "goteeiioSlnckee / I i\YER Indiseasesof the pm% C Cedar Key........... ............... I.L J A. M 1. .' ___ __ .., _._._.__ ._<11l1pln care in handling I

.. : gloss tlow tickco awaI \'." I rnonary: organs: a safe Arrive ( Jainesville........................ ".11 A. >I. I'ASSKNtiF.U: ::: : ( .\c'c( JIJIti.1'I'IuN.4.1111: ) ) :
..' :' You needn't, do that John.) said, i and reliable) remedy isinvaluable. Leave ( iainisville; ....................... .*.;s.t.11> I. :. -'I.INN( .
,:c, irian, with a patronizing air, I'll give Ih"l I \If.:[. ,1van'sCuelaY : Arrive \Vuul,lu ( I'. U. 1 P.:. June.)....., !MS: \. M. I N I.\ N I D "'(loiUS 11

y' ( for it. : : I'KCTOKAL!: U: l.cavcalli, ...... .................... .... S I.fi3) A.M., The traveling' pi/lie/ are "mr,I the advantages
q'.: Dime) too, Ii 11 Cl'.. (iiiltliitead'rllar"said. : such a remedy, : and no(1hersocmiimeutlytimer Arrive lialdwin: ..........................1-M7 I:! I'. M.Leave I. of u DIlf'T' LIN1 I'::, WIII\1{
\ Celestial.f I 1' 1\: .11 It O .\ 1' / .1011I'.t 1 X V ANY (CHANOKSlComurlioiiM:
+: f .\ dollar's, too much for, a ticket that r)1?; its the confidence of Jacksonville (Cum.. nOli It.)..I 1.1. A. M. __ _.__.-_ V .___ Jacksoinillo' with dl steamboats; 11111'for,
;. can't win. We'll !split the dilVerence :and call e i 11/ the public. It i is n. scl Arrive ]baldwin...........................I'J.P.! :: ) sl I. 'points on the St.flohn's, Ocklawnba 111
:11': it a half dollar, eh ?" said John's kind in- CHERRY' medicinal l' combination of Leave' Haldwin. ... .. .................I'-M": P. M.Arrive I I. "t. \Indian, Misers, iinl with the Transit 1 llail-

formant. and curative]principles vir Fernandi.Ma' ...................... ::1.1111'! al I. :: ..... ,\ 11:011 l\-rnan -\ C Chinee man glottcc! 1m luckee ; Mclicanan \ / tiles of /I1k9tdrugs. Leave: Fcrnandina, .............. ......... ::1.1(,"s I'. M. DIE.t: T I Jkr I I" FIII.ilaFJlc1T
;,tt takee ulleo mlonec. Takee the ticket- ., dll'lIIil'allllIltl'll., of (Leave HnniMvick........................ :..IS) I'. M. [;: # \ ; : AXl4 I PASSKNOKi: : ItATKS
: :'. and gliinmo llo'\ biltce ;" and( John passed' ta y such: power as to insure Leave: Maeon...................... ......... :'\.111!< \. M. .- __.. ", J'1'A' ;. /._.;_1 \' .\ f I INIUKKCT: LINKS.
:+ over his ticket in exchange! lor the money.' .. f the greatest! possible Arrive Atlanta: (Ja....................... 1.1"\ I'. M I. ..' .! -_ ........ --_ : :
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1 ; and Hills
11 When the Mongolian's grinning features '; Train to Cedar I'I'allll South of Hald- 1> I ,tit Through ffes: of lading
t : disappeared the man: chuckled and: remarked I. uniform.ECTORAL to all ]Points. I
; t118(1 ) win I Sunday.PKNINSULAll .
,! daily except) XoSF.ASlCKNKSS: : : : : NoOCKAN( : DANtillKSTIIK ) c; :]::
::;; that he had "got her this time. I For jMssage II' fiber illlll'IIIli'H apply
':F)f' Let's :see, the ticket," said one of his pulmonary diseases'! affording prompt relict : I UA1LKOAD:t I 10
:a1 friends. 'I and rapid cures and is: adapted to patients of ( W"Iol"l > Hriturli., ) Il. W.fn'THWK'K{ Agent,
The man who had: made the lucky invest: any age or elthersex.! Being very palatable. litil.Ntl: !SOL'TII. (; STK: VMKIiH4'iTv I : I Fcrnandina.C. .

!.., mcnthandedtlieticket over, when his friend the youngi'st children take it readily. In lcavt'1'111.1" Junction................ <1.1"1; ) .\. )I I. 11. MALLOK/.t( / Ct'lies )..
;(.; exclaimed : ordinary Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, I Leave ]Hawthorne........................ bail' .\. sl I. or I11t11)UI'I'1)N.tall : : 1 l Kastlver, New York. iMfri,01tll
t Why, (:icorge, it was drawn last 'lllIl'' ?" Bronchitis, Influenza, Clergyman'sSore Arrive Lochloosa:I......................... .10' .\. M.tlOlXll '. n.\ "' 1 It ('1.\ Rli..rr'I'III:1',1N'I' -- -.
: Is that so ?" asked the luau chllllhlil1l1l.l- Throat, Asthma, Croup, and Catarrh NOltTII.Leave >] AM 1.\ "'.\ X."TI'EII.y .\

ed, the revelation that he had been duped) the effects of AYEK'S multitudes CIIEKKY PECTORAL -. : Whloosa: .................... .....1m.IM1.t. M. MAIL
,i ; dawning upim) hInt.Vliere is that lying preserved are magical from, and serious illness are bits annually Leave Hawthorne.......................10.15 I .\. M I. : :\ k : ; fT Hlmr/c'I/
rascal of heathen Chinee who this
; a put lip : timely and faithful use. It should be keptat ..lrrivcI'ddu .hllll.tioll..I.I.: ; I'. M.
a, j"iun liltXI'W: Orleans';('///1/ 11/'. hand in household! for the Trains from "'111,1, ,. III (. "",>aand return *-- .. a *
J every pro: FTt M I'"l'AHLKt
and Saturday.CONXKCTIONS. .\ ":- '.\< } i: :( : :
lection it affords rti sudden attacks. in TueMlay, Thursday:
SAGACIOUS JIOIISKS.AX iii -tee t- _____
I "'hoopilJ ('ou h and Consumption :;.
I there is no other remedy so efficacious, i i v i. __
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F INSTINCT: THAT MAY UK IIIU.\lWI:1I: : ALMOST and .nl.T.C'IO"l'I'IIIIIIl'Itiolll'l : \ ,
soothing:: helpful.
I, AS In\ Ox. Low prices urn inducements to try some of ( ma Atlanta, Ia.( ; .
Street car horses! : have apparently a very the many mixtures or syrulsmade of cheap to and from all points NorthI'cst: and SloiiiiMM 4'il.v of* Kri4lK(>lon, Performed II.Il new and, elegantly( : ui>-
monotonous sort of life. One day is somuclr and ineffective ingredient }, now offered Northwest daily I pointed 1 steam ADMIKAL): ((1'sidewl\ecl\ ),
like another that, like the human which as they contain no curative qualities AT M \I'os. tWith \., l'.wr. JOHN FITX< MIALD: ; according to tb mowing schedule :
animal under the same; conditions, it would can afford only temporary relief, and ao. Leave Cellar: ry on Tuesday! morning
Trains for Kiifanla\ I Columbus) (;in., Waits at Fcrnandina: : for, I the Monday, and
that their faculties would. 1 become deadened Ilel'l'I'o'11I111 the '
seem sure to disappoint ( Passengers froCily uyunnah leave: by steamer
a ) New (Orleans.) .
demand l"ntgnmeryIubilcaud
: Thursday night Yfgctalde Trains of theATLANTIC
and the slightest evidence of intelligence Diseases) of time throat and lungs ;: : C ( of llridgctFernundina I )1 Saturday 4 I l J'. 111. Lcaw
( lye and effective and it is dangerous AT FEUNAXDtXA, I.'1.\.
impossible.\ .There is not much stimulus act treatment; or Transit Kail-:
( < 8TLP .
WI-XI': : INDIA 1 ) 101\'i1.Iy
to mental activity in a life of plodding" experimenting with unknown and With New York and Fernaiidina Steamship road ( rlil MKey I, morning ), Arrive at
on u.street car track, and yet instances: are cheap medicines from the great liability that Line from. Now York on Wednesday, at ..tlhI'l'NINNI'I..IIt West WcHavana day ; .
known where horses: have taken a lively these diseases may while so trifled with lO.HO a. m., and for.. New York on Fritlalit : I :\ : KA1L150ADS: : ) "'('clll ly uflermon.lktuntllg ; \rrl\'l'lt
interest in the road the methods. of carrying become deeply seated or incurable. Use :'t. 10 p. in.; from Nassau, N. P., on \\'(' fncs- I ling. It Havana Thm.la't'lI-
on the business!, and especially\, that 'portion AYEK'S CIIEKKY PECTORAL, and you mayconfidently due ; for Nassau, \,1'., nn "'l IIII''lla\! !leaving Centre Street I).. 'direct for Savannah. Ix-ave Ki Vest Arrive -
a of it which involves their time and labor. expect the best results. It is i a \\VithCicorgiaand ]Florida inland J 'Steamboat Passengers and shipper' are assured dtlar. Kc tllrtlaliltllI FricaIlrlllll(and
standard medical preparation, of known and connection.. til Savannah\ with the .. lt.rm'1.soll'II.
They have thought it all out and have netlutly C u.fruntNayanlkualoh; 'I'ucsduy\I'cducs- .11'1111I- 1 ] ,
I been able to tell the number of trips acknowledged curative power and is tine as day, Friday and Sunday( ; for; :Savannah: ; onTuesday ships!! and trains!! for.. the North. evening 1TrleiL
cheap as its careful preparation and Hul1raa :tll 111lnt II\lIIlnh
tisL>iied for their labor und when :
day's itcoal. ingredients will allow. Eminent physicians, I Friday mill Sunday. by uteamer (Cil llridgcton Monday morning -
"' .... When a horse is able to tell how knowing its composition, prescribe it f in their! With Charleston Steamers ("i/. JiJ )is amid I Sh'nmc' limn Id ('hu'.., :), thus forn the" shortest I jms.sible,: scik
..' much: work is: required of him each day, practice. The test of half a century has ('il!! J'uint) from Savannah and i (Charleston: route between l'ntlsl; States and ( .
and when his ciuls the achievement (CAIT. 1' II. WAI5D I, 11:
day proven its absolute certainty to cure all pulmonary Wednesday Sunday ; for' Savannah and J' A'm( : UATFX
)passes' : beyond' the range of mere animal I complaints not already beyond the (Charleston Monday ail\ Friday.With Leaves Centre Sinct Dock) ('\'l'ryrl.I Uiesday. : Rn''I1"1lluh ; ..
instinct aid attains the plane of reason und reach of human aid. Steamer 1'lurn daily to; and from Nt.alary's und :Saturday: t for SAVANNAH, t I'Jllt'ld II atIWrXSWJCK : ; to hNL.J OMI.$.TN!: ( ) /
intelligence. 'Horse, car driven tell marvelous (Oa.; and !semi-weekly to and from $1"rI
:ST. SIMON'S:;, DAKIF.N: and
Fernundina (I.| ..... IMMNI(
::1 is IMF
stories of the 1 Dr. J. C. & Co. I\UII.
intelligence displayed by Prepared by Ayer St. )Iarf River I-andings.: D01UYA.! .
.. .
the animals: under their charge. A driver JIII.klll I 1\11 tlno) ;:H ,1o
on one of the Fourteenth :street, cars is: Practical unit Analytical Cheuulati, AT IIM.KWIX, KLl., llctmiornmida. Fnrstatcru, audlbcketsupPly' to LKYKit :
With Trains for Live t OakTallahasseeand ALDKN'HlristOlliccs.Savannah: .
of the
that horses know
strongly opinion' Lowell Mass.
how to count. If this rather unusual statement all points' : in Middle and I West Florida Steamers are connected by 'fhmvugh''urill: ( i I Corner, Hull and HrvunMrccts. : .
SOLD BY ALL iJKUOOIbIS EVERYWHERE.Ituilroiuls. with the Athiitirhalf.t, 11'estindin'I'rmurNit 11. AVLLAN. Agent.l''iToiiliilini.'L'innlit : .
is iiucMinned, the driver simply:,:\\''': AT I.(M"III.OOSFLA..,
,_. .. and Peninsular Railroads.: nnd via : _Ml'LKX _,':!.
'' 1,11, if they don't how are you g'-illg'to -- --- With Steamer Alj'lm 1 for all )points und )ol1. .-
explain\, this: ?" and thl'l11(.' goes; on to say landings on Orange: hake, on arrival of Peninsular with steamships" )' for Haltlniore, Phila : Agent.l
that each car makes nineteen trips' day.There l'W Yll'k ami Koston.! JackMonvillCoriicr) lay and PineMrccts.A. .
per Hal1rwttl Train.ATIIAIXKSVILI.K.
are four horses used: three making -( 'OKIDA (CF.XTUAL: KAILKOAD.: : tl'Iflill. -J'Jni.: Tickets, ami all other C. LA N J' m:, .\ : .
live trips: and one four trips.' At the end of j .'L.\., lartllIl"f. apply to the following Agents St. Augustl-Oii I the Hay. 11. F. AKMKTKON [-

each trip the car is driven into tho stables I JACKSOXVU.I.K! Fr..\., March 10( 1:;7'J.: With Stage Line for Ocala und Tampa': on 1111 OII.t.) : ) and from h.I
and thl'lturnct the Monday, Wednesday Satnnlay ; Fli-I'mgat..l. 1.. IConmillat
After the car is turned upon the horses turning are changedif table On and after will this: date\ Trains follows on this: load 1 Ocala and Tampa!': Tne.Ml.iy, Friday and Sun .Agent Fl'rlullilll(''lItrl' I"t..I'lwl'I'111'1'01lllc) Third., Nlil SC'II.n: IT..Ia:
run as :
it is: the proper' time, before the car starts clay :1'nll'l\h.' (11.-l'lr. 111 Ir/1 1"11.,
back on the trip. The horses will make the DAY) PASSKNUKU:;:: : ; (KxiKiT: :SL-XI; >AY.) ATCEHAK; KF.Y, KLA., ojiiMisitc] 1'lla..klllll Screvcn 1111" fllK HTKAMKItH

four trip., going in and, out of the stables Leave Jacksonville ..*.. *::'M: .\. M t. With 1lanutee! ) II '' ('o. !(' 'Line for III'k OI\'illl', Fla.-Corner lay and Pill! .
without any 11imcult .. At the end of the fifth Leave Huldwin .. ::1:0.)1.::! Tamjia' and Monday and ) lulr; '
trip, if for any \reason" it is neccs-ary., !send Leave (I.ake City .Ih.'M:: : \. M. ut 4 [1'. III., and for Key West Sunday andThursday I pliere 1 'Jlk.tJ.l'lt ; A. I I.. Hnngcrford. { NT. .JOIN J K : cTrvi-oivrj t
the car back it is: almost imposMhlo; to get Leave Live 1OO: / v. M. at <;I)1.j mu. Agent. .- -- r'rILI _
the horse out of the stable He holdback, Arrive at Savannah j Xl.: "> p. M. \Vith the Unitti] States and Havima Fast St. Augustine, Fla.-On the Hay, U. F. ---- .
resists, and it requires the united exertionsof Ix-'ave Savannah .S:<.MI A. M. Mail Steamer; Ailminil for heyVtst, I Havana, Armstrong, Agent.
several men before the annual can lie Leave Live ( .>:.ti) I'. M.I ( Cuba on arrival of Special Train e\erv Tiics- Palatka, l'Iu.-liliemthal itrothcrs ,t ( .,
induced to move. The horse has kept u I
strict count of the trips and knows that he Baldwin ................... 7o."i( i>. )[. (tuba: and Key West every Hat II rda)'. Special m'/'ir.\; / :: LKVJ: :,
has finished 1 his day's work and ought to go Arrive ut Jacksonville.. j rr(:m'.i) 1'. )[. train to connect.With fl'II'I'ul I'usscngcr.lgeut.: !
to his stall. The same: thing occurs if tlaeatlt'lII't )t1.111..1NI j) KXPIJKSS:: : ; (DULY.'.) ; Steamer; Kiitcr/n-Itr, for ]Miints on till! I'" 1 UAItUY, -
) is: made, to make the horse that 'has Snwiinnee Kivcr: on Thur>,days ut only four trips take additional UI1l''ilh Leave! Jacksonville\ 5:111:: p. M, For informatioii re>]Ks-ting routes" rates" J. X. '
.. ")-: the drivers and stable an who (Leave White House.................... ifcl.j: I'. M, d('., apply\ to 11 1 JAIBIA \ j F'rnalltlll Jacksonville
TI : !such exhibitions men, there frequentlywitness is ]a firm leave H.ildwin............................ 7:00:' r. M.IAIIYC .\. O. M.uDOXKLLn'l ) : --- - Iallll'r._ ,I' UII tit.Iul kl. 1111 11I1llll..llll land
!Darbyville) 7in:: v. M. (:,- Ticket and PasAgent.. ings on JI'III'' 111a\1 I I Ii I.
belief in the mathematical 1 ability of horscp, S'I'U"'S '
The street car men also tell Ix-ave t Sanderson. j 8:07(: P. M. }D MVXWELL: [ Cen'l t-uJt.: | :21 1 1JACKSON Il "In'UI: : und Chufn, us fo.low.:

about the bill horse: that an works interesting on the leave Ohistce\ ... $itt: : I'. M, u _____ __ ,'ruuu FtrnandiriaFOU
bill yarn between New YurkU\'I'lIucund II "tn'ct.B Ix-avc .l It. Carrie. !.1 M;n:1>: I'. M, ::( VJLLi:, PKNSACOLA: :; AND I

b time for stopping work is very irregular, Arrive t Lake City. /IU!/:: p. :M.Ixave MolilLK: ItAILUOAD.: J ON\'II.L1.tsm: PALATKA
and he sometimes taken to the stables Live ()ak. :2:15: A. :M. M.tsTFR'hIitNNI'a1iT.ITlnx'N I (Iyno:. '. r .
with one car and/ sometimes with another. Arrive Tallahassee] ..................... 7OO: A. :M. TALLAIHSCEE: FLA., February a, I IM. ) : r ; .::1 YJI ":o.\Y.- \ .

Hut the horse! knows perfectly well when it Arrive Albany. ( : I.') .\. M, On and after Monday, February :2!, I">o, ; HTKAMKIi: I From FernandinaFOU i
is the intention to take him to the stable, .lrriyeSayauiah. !IMI:( I A. M. I'assi-iigt-r trains of this road will run u" follows I111I I'l.OltA. .
and when he comes to the top of the hill, Ix-avc :Savannah 41I:; ( p. M. viz: ('.11'r. JOHN HH-'HAHDSON. \X.\J Ult el.\u'OX.

instead of stopping) he starts orT on a run. J IA'u'cI1"luv Tallahas.; ...... 4.OO) p. :M.1cave PASSKNOKU: I 'fJL\JX-I-\HT I : UOl'XD.Leave ) }). WILL iirx I ox Tin': ST. MAIIVS:; uivcr 1':1'1uY F .- =. ly
5:45 'lW.\
If the time for his going home was at all ce : p. )I. ('hattaLax:her..daily ut.,... :2 no p. M. during. the us Mows
regular, this singular: intelligence might be I Leave Live :2:15: .\. M. (Ix.-ave (llllll(')'.................... ..,... a W 1'. M. leave Sr. ) l'a"1 : MONDAY: end (. 1 I er1 lni made with uteuincrs 1 for
explained ; but whether it is early or late, 1 I-cave !rake City ;3:50: \. )I. I 1tIaye'I'allalua.sec.............. ...... tinur. )I. THU1LSDAY lu\1 J'\-Y f ) (U i the horse knows when he is going home. Ix-aveMt. Came. 4:1: *1 A.M. Iave Monticcllo! .............. ...... 7 lo p. M.Ijuvc FKKNASM.VA: fH leave FKIINANM.NA I'J ; .) at Suvunrmfj
Until that time he plod along oteudily., and !IA-aveOlu.lee.. 4:4O.\: M. I irct-nville.............. ...... M :'IX p. M. name i-iti for New York Philadt-Ii/1>hiu
has never been known to make a mistake. Rave Sanderson. .h:21).t.: M. [ One of the driven explains it by the fact Leave Darbyvilh-. S.Mi.l.: M. )Leave I.IveOak...... ........... ...... 2 I 15:) .,. M.Arrive Tl'IXDAY on tlrln.r. r New York, J'Jlla.lllhla. Haiti-
Leave Huldwlii. ............................ that the boy who hat the borne'in charge Savannah.............,. ......I1aA.M.! ( ) HT. MAUY'M at 5 j'J. I un'.J'l' XortJ'wh'rn. t\uth Carlo-
sits the dash-board l.ca'e'hitl..' House( : ;:Ij,) A. M. Arrive .. ....... .. U. wil j I., ]
usually on with feet on Tliomusville ... IXA. 1. lila 'afli rlutt. lrth, -"t awl
the outside, while going up the hill lint Arrive Jaiksonville. j.jl; (o A. M. Arrive+ Allmnv.................. ......loii'i: ) A. M. tOldlil1 : Y. and West
when the boy is going all the way to the On Mail and Ks press! Train Slffpiny; Caw Arrive bake'ity.."..........? ...... :.> A. M. W.IXI' 'm. ut ::;$o HA'UJW.Yl K 4 1'\ : <
.. tables, he gets all the way in the front plat run throng'i to and from Jacksonville und Arrive Huldwin.............."... II ...... Ii; _'."> \. M. willl'uvc tT. )11\1 to I., flit i;. "'sri AI COMMO.rTickets -
form. The hone sees that the boy has drawn Savannah ; also, Lucas :Shaping: Cam run ArriteJacksonville.......... ...... 7.VIA. M. )0 dart'rll ex.II..luJI \
bU legs in instead. of dangling them on the through to and from Jacksonville and Tal- Arrive Ffrnandina........... ...... .1 10 p. :M.ArriveOalnoiville TI ami ttatrwunll tw-viirvtl
outside, and by the inductive process of lalau"'t't"" ............ ...... Sol p. M. Ih.IJ.I."I.Iwl..thcr awl lorla,111, flrll'lol' lt ofkl. 40r-
reasoning) he concludes that it ia time for FKUXAXDIVA KXPKJXJ: (I). mLYd) Arrivec.larhey .............. ...... ((1:10: p. M. ,pointu of interest in the vicinity ner U and '", streets.

t!f him to git alwapa accordingly; goes. .\n.l" Leave Jiwksonville.... ................11:15: \. M. I'AMSKXJKU.: : TltAIX-WKST Iot': ) IJ. of FiTiiuiidiiiu. :. TA.. XOVI-W.
other horse shies when he passes a Arrive U.L1lwill..I U-ave Jacksonville .....ibily at..... 5 :ao TliroiiKh HIM
l ;> p. M. p. )I. uf (;. I.. ." 'fny:
certain corner after dark Ixvanso some four Arrive Fentantlina...................... :itH: P. M. !lx-ave FtTiiandina........... ......)u:1)A.: M. .ad'lIJ .
or live years ago he was frightened, at that have Fernaudina.......................I0ytM.. I-ave Gainesville-......... ..... ...... tJ i2:! A. M. 'by MALLOKY'H LIXK: of l Htcamcw to all
(.lAce.- .Ifuihinglon. /W.UlSCKLLAXKA.. L'uve Baldwin. l3: 1'. M. 'I.uve Cellar' Key .,............ ...... 4 ;1'1.\' M.Iaue I"Jllb on the Wt. Mary'*.

....w. Arrive Jiu-ksoriville y-Mr.; M. I Hiildwin. ................. ...... 71.1< ip. M. i
Pu'ngen for 'l'rllanlilla and (c.Iar Key )Leave 1-tkeLltv ............... .' ...... u 10 1'. )I. C'OM| ( 011..101lale ItV AND HOAUDINOHtltlAfilN [ ST.1111.1a.
: take: thus\ train. No train from Jialdwin: to Least Havumiult ............... ...... 4 ;.To' p. M. with the J
\ ')j.TuE Cincinnati prominent man whoooaldn't Cedar Key on Sumlay.OOX5DTIOM. LeaveJve Oak................ ...... '_ 15 A. M C. l Mark[ New .York. and' Havannah i AND WAOONrt;
attend a I'litit.'lil| meeting sent a .-.\t "lUldwiii with .\.0.(I A Lave la'lI'4f'fI ................. ...... :3.:)1 .\. )I. t"h1&f.Flung "Fcrnandina.all"j..IL art uf SU-aim-r "T" and SU
large hog to be barbecued, with U note stating W. I. T. It. It., for ('.-.Iar hey Uaineaville; Uaveiirti-nville............... ....,. 4im: A. M. (..I lt.1 alll1rUII1
that he sent the !hog to represent )him. and Ffmanilina, and'all ''Mintr North aid l.nave Monticcllo .............. '. ...... 5 (MI iA. M. 0001 ACCOM UJIJ.\10SJ FOR I'\S JAITM: : KOI 1.U JXU, j-T; .
-.*,WHo are you looking/ for" a..kerl JtosenUtuni Wti-t. ; at take Sty for Tallahji*see. Albany! Arrive 'rullaha-.,............ '. ...... 7 MI A. -M C. s it 1jl'f. .; 11.1 TUlrt. .'f'I MALI
of the Urick;: Hotel!, on Tuesday, Savannah, and all i 1"'inU North ami Wt-ct ; I>-uve TallahaxiH! .............? u.... KI: 4. )C. grand and a very atl'lh'l trip, tviitry I ':4 I) Ill'CfllrX, t,
a. a long necked!; stranger ]lei-"d I in at tI ereadw"fl.m at Jacksonville with "St. Johrw River StwunJ.'rt. JA'It\'e ltnuury......... ..... ..s. ......I.j. rut 4. )I. abuiKlaut. and other game are JAHSj"o IS'Ai0N3.( .
door "i don't know hu! l'n. McKLItOV, Arrive l'haItIlIIU""lt e......_ .' ......U J: ) A. M, For further : e.CfNU
name: repliC.lthe mats of unfaudlirUage; W. M. Dvii ny, Master Tran-i.'n. (JXx.I-rws.t; Jllrlultuu apply to :; C.tt11I.-iiik >
bat he' a candidate for thrritf." ""That1 l ul ot'rintt'ndt'nt. At Uv Oak daily with the. Havannah' .5 tf JOJS JtJAmjU\,Fla. Onkt ali Stable.. First Stm-t. IN f

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TUB IFi Miimou nitics: there Is: to he found a disposition) to .1 DHTEREXCE. author of "Tom Itrown at Oxford," and TIll HOTTO.M 01' THE SEA.l .
)}UA .
.,, follow the lend of demagogues! who, undo The Republican from the North, or West other well known work, hm ns the leader
-' '-- of shore
-- "- line
::!;: = :' -- boyond the
I the pretense of relieving the poor, den or East:: who comes down here to settle I of the movement vi-ited Tcine oe ami The great deep
.?.I TlTlWA r. sr.l'TKMHMl: : 1880. until within 1rcry few
the .selected\ (') OOO' of mostly wild lanl'n !poundings, was
.. .. people from taxation, andtogivethemsclvi''': find, among bi.s: other surprises, that !' acre spoken of
1)IallCIL1'IIC: 'rU'U I. 'I'. a position which they mild not olll'rwh'enttaill Radical, party here is nut, either in its membership the l'lllnhl'rlall.lllatl'lIlI, in the lIo..tlll''l1l'or-. years a great mystery the "nnfathomnbledeep. -

) mislead h'' attacks on the t'hural'tcr or its! methods, the same as the Republican tion of the Shte.-and lying on the line of the with awe ulI.ll'\"crl'IIC(' as

rigid. of Irilll">l jury, the, liabrnt, cnrjiwthe of the debt, talk about 1.lnal,11J11llfllI01.lerll; party North. There the party is: Cincinnati Southern; Railroad.: The amount ."

; liberty! of the peer', the f-ec<1om of fjircclhe ", sucking the Mood of the hard-handed!! composed of 1111'1of\ character and intclligence paid 1 for the land 11 is:> said it to have been $.710,0011( Modern: / science has, however, stcpby step,

> imtitrttl rightt nf'crxonf, rind the right <\r of toil, and with the ilI-lllforml'elUlIllllllrC- the Il"a.krIInl:< candidates are 1IIl'1IIf and the purpose is not with the expectation by IlIIl'ro\'cI11lIl'thOll-1: soundings, ;!! renderedIt'possible

.l"Thc;,ro; (Vf./, aural! be ;>rrmr/?.-OKN. HANCOCK\, fleeting ma-; create prejudices: and 1'I'T'rttll.ir prominence.{ Here lie finds a few hUII.lrl'lwllitl' of making money but to create a community to ascertain with great of exactnessthe the > I

in Oencral/ : Order, N,40 Nov. '_>!), lei ideas as I to what i 1- honest and fair ,deal men, a great majority of the, o'i,:! llal of good Kngli-h t people, selected for I their measurement of the depths great

Xullilclm/ hitiml'ttc, me from ilniny ,1'1"t\ ing. In Virginia the Republicans have allied band who swarmed down here to get office, industry and good! character: They are to mass of water which covers nearly three- :

o'f' 1 Mlrve/ to ,be hntrririml l riU"' ._'\v1NIIEt.i7 themselves with the Repudiation, or, a and not of savory reputation ; and thousands ha located on these' lands, provided( with- fourllrsuf" the earth's! surface. A scientific: '

,' { :SCOTT HANCOCK.: 4. they prefer to lie' railed, Low Tux party, for i : of ignorant:: unreasoningncgroes, who such :asi"taiicc as they may require in the (expedition. was projected In England: in 1871. t

,. the avowed purpose of creating diet+ion i ill blindly follow the white leaders! Unused outset, unl with churches: and' dIOOI for the circumnavigation of the globe. The

FOB :l'lhottllt-iT: : the Democratic) ranks: In Tennessee:> Illl.ir! such party association, the newcomer i is ills Care will be. taken to l'xcllI..le'iciou. and ('Imllemtrr was equipped) for the purpose and

GENERAL vJ,. S. HANCOCK, only hope of !success lies! in the samecoursi, : gusted. and hesitates: what I:i ourM-:<. to take. immoral person, and drinking resorts :and' with a f'lalfof'cimtit c men left I England in
OF r-ENRYLVAMl. he to I other nuisances of character. Thi.s they }Ieeembcr,1872) : and returned in May, 1870! ,
-- and the bolter:> who have: taken groiiinngainst At first I is disposed ignore) politics

FOR /'t:!n ?4I11F.-: : : tin piiyinent of the state> debt, ar wholly and nh+t tain from voting. Hut IIP will probably accomplish by retaining con- having in the course of her mii+p gone met

WILLIAM I. ENGLISH, encouraged and applauded) by them'.. In Atkansa.s does: not hesitate long. Informing hiinse.1: (ml for such purposes:> by placing the title in upwards of 70,000) miles. The deepest:

OF IJttANA.I! : the Democratic party have had \10< of the past history of the Radical/ party the nature of very long lenses on nominal !
I'UKNII)KXTI/I.-, KMXTOIIS.KTATE : meet the question of repudiation' and hays I here I its administration of government, quit-rents! but subject to forfeiture by a violation I ([luincu; and Japan of 35,830; feet, more than

At.,\IK1E: successfully! voted it down. county and State ; contrasting it with theprevent of principles of moral government live mile

SAMUEL 1'ASCO V Jefferson County.AL11ERT The Democratic panty: in the South is! everywhcre : \ Conservative party aid) its economical upon which the community is founded. The general character of the bottom of the

J. RUSSRL: of Duval County lighting, single-handed, on the sid(' government, he wisely concludes that so The quantity land they have: secured will !ea was ascertained: : to be a vast and almost .
, ,
Dinner .: of honesty and public faith It receive\ long as the present Radical: party here is under give an average): of forty acres! to 10,000 per lc\'Cll.luill, extending to within one hundred
FIRST of Icambia neither sympathy) nor support\ from the Republican I I the leadership of its: present candidates sons! The English: manly games will hel'J1'lIurngl niles of the coast> of the continents when it
J. 1:. : County.SECOND
I press! : or I leaders! but we bclicv that it is i the tin o't safe and prudent way to and I cricket grounds, etc., laM. !uddcnly. shoals from a depth of 1. .?OO

I THOMAS[ R KINO: D1TRICT!Alachua: County.FOB that the sympathies, of thousands of hone) **t support the Democratic) nominees, and re- out.The ruthoms! too fathoms. The survey of a

Republicans) are with the Dcmociatic organ tain the State government in honest hand-, lands selected arc in a perfectly high, ross! section! between, Ireland and Americas

oovivuuWILLIAM : izatioii in this noble stand tor honesty 111\11 rather than place it in incompetent and unsafe healthy region of country rather sandy, i thus stated, : The bottom !'ink'ry grad-

D.jLOXHAM fair dealing. Let honesty: economy and fair bands. And while a Republican of a but moderately fl'rUle-1\1I11 with the English : tally from the coast of Ireland westward for

r OK LEON o'NTY. dealing ever remain the motto of the Democratic great national party he will support) the national modes of thorough cultivation and fertilizing tat miles or more ; that then not beyond

1.1f.lTtx.\xtnVIRXnn-: : party, and it will be, us it deserves: the ticket, yet when it comes to select will prove, no doubt" good' farming fathom line it falls so rapidlythat depths of
r LIVINGSTON 4FOB y. BETHEL, tile party of the country. rulers here hU )personal interest is in supporting lands. The region is i well adapted to all from 1, 'oO to 1,:p01) fathoms are met with at

: or MONROE Jf ,TY. Will\ it be to the benefit of the cO\lIIlry; the best men to administer, : the State root crops, fruit of all kinds, and graining. only a short distance further west ; that

f' that the honest state credit Democrats of government.THE They will have a ready market at Cincinnati [ifter a further descent to depth of more t

; FOB ('ONIUF.HtlFT DISTRICT: Virginia and Tennessee should be Ideate and the scheme seems to possess every :than 2,04" fathoms( the bottom becomes arlightiy

ROBERT H. AVIDSON, and I 1 repudiation I i become rampant) t ? STATE GOVERXMEXT. clement' of success, always excepting the undulating plain, whose gradients
L? OF OADSDKN i'NTY.FOB The capitalist: in looking for investmentin miserable infirmities! of human nature which ire so low as to show scarcely any perceptible -

DISTRICT : ST.fTEl:1.fCTlO.Y. a state, irks! has the state a small debt ? make society subject to discontent. alteration of depth, and that on the

('oxuntl'\-Ite JESS1T. FINLEY, While the national election I is a matter of Does) the state provide a sinking fund topaj There are, doubtless! portions' of Florl.1whl'e :\ \merican side, as on the British, this: plain

I GENERAL OF l'Il"tllI.'NTY.. great importance to the people at large, a* i it I the debt Does it pay its, interest promptly? similar experiment l'oulll1le carried i s bordered by a very steep slope, leading up

I -.. affects the North na! well as! the South, the Is the !state government l'l'on01ll1'alFlor. out with :success.! In the wl'stcl'IIl'ortion of 'mJckly to a bottom not much exceeding 100

FOB MEMRER.4Or TI WEMItl.Y : East: as well as the West I, yet the State clcc ida, thanks to a Democratic: administration, the State there are a large number' of Scotch 'athnms in depth, which shallows! gradual!

LEWIS W, HIGGTBOTHAM, tion here more directly interests the )peoplof can iitinwcr afllrmatively. The immigrant who have done well, and as! a general thing to: the coast line of America if the bottom

GUSTAV BARK., Florida., : The Radical.) leaders: tire, by pet seeking" a new home desires! to know aboul industrious: foreigners have succeeded in of the mid-ocean was laid dry, an observer

OF NA8HAU OVTY.THE and speech) appealing to the )people to plat climate, !soil, price of land, crops! and also" individual cases. No considerable, colony !landing on almost any spot of it would. findilmself

f them in power. Their speakers: of the lo\\'l'r a-ks l whether taxes are light, schools prosvileu ,
has been tried. If a large tract of land were surrounded by a plain, only comparable -
DEMOCRAIO IDEA.The order, colored and white, repeat on Ihe churches\ built, laws 1.'lIfofl''elIIWlni: secured, the line of the projected roads to to that of the North American praiie -

,i pltttforms adopt ui,y our niitiona stump) the old tactics of the party, a faragi' to the !social surroundings.; Here again a Tampa and Charlotte Harbor, the location or South American )pampas.

t r and state conventions, thittcranecs of our of abuse! of the old residents, parade Ihe favorable answer can be given. If such 1111's'tilJlS would be favorable to health and success! The conclusions derived, from these\ deep

t public speakers: the voiecf, our ablest IIlId slave- vhip mid handcuffs, and shout to tin, had been asked before" 1877, most of and a large body of lands:> could, now be Ilea soundings, it is, claimed, sustain tlie the-

best ucnur0clcuranlntiltnkublettstothprhnclples ignorant mob that if the Democrats retail the answers WOlllellm\'l' repelled ('Ol'itllll11HI rural at a low price. iry of I'rof. Dana that the elevated areas

of the Democio j party, wheel the government, the negroes will again hI' immigrants. Florida now is I just beginningto Florida, it will\ he fI.'eulledell.'U'Inll English low forming the continental platforms and
old as the overl11n :\lr.8hl"rmall enslaved. 'fhe intelligent of tin known IIlrllll'The dark
r- are as more be
favorably '
colony from 17<>3 to 1783, a period' of he depressed! areas that constitute the exist- ,
Js the only Republican Biker] so far win) speakers, though they encourage these foolish days, from 18('';; to 1877, under the militaryand only twenty years, but in that time considerable ng ocean floors, were formed as such in the i
has dared to advocate a h construction of : and senseless utterances, have themsel: Radical\ rule, have passed: away, ami
colonization of English people was Irst instance, and have remained unchangedn
i the constitution,and thro contempt upon more sense than to insult the intelligence of brighter days have dawned. Shall our fair 1\
effected, and many new enterprises: set on their general relations from that time to
i the form of government\ der which thi the such t So far under the of aliens
i public by arguments. as we State again pass yoke foot. Indigo I'llIntation-onc of which, he present, notwithstanding the vast dis- I
t country happily existed til) our late civi\ can sec, the Radicals! ask for the restoratioi! and renegades, to be plundered and made a that of the Countess of Egmont occupiedthe urbances that have been since produced in :

war inaugurated warpowionfesscdly, bu of the !State: government to t their keeping on waste ? No !lI'e have an abiding faith present: site of Fel'l1lIIllilla-w're established ach; by the progressive contraction of the

it was claimetl necessarily mscending the the grounds that the Democrats arc opposei that the people who suffered and labored for in East J'lori,1lIaval; stores and 'nrth's crust.

( limitations of the const\tm.1'hen the to .schools: to immigration, and that thl'y; years to redeem the State will not now let tropical fruits were also made the subject of

writ of habeas corpus woiispcnded, property keep capital away. They also: in an obscun: the spoilers of Isj(! -ISjG regain their places! manufacture and cultivation ; superior roads GOOD DEMOCRATIC DOCTRIXE. ..

of citizens was seized,1 used! withou way, promise if they arc placed in j powe at the capitol. were constructed through the country,*null Judge Wright, the regular Democratic can- '

law and without comp* titin. The wllr that capital and immigration will at once lidate in Tennessee, in a recent speech, well
careful made of the whole coast.
closed by Lee's surrender :\pr1l, 1WW.;: Mr. come to the State, and a11l11atl'rinlnncl tHor SCHOOLS AXD survey ;aid :
Sherman and his stalwartniand the continuance rte interests will rapidly, advance. They give 12. ,,'e charge III brief, by way of recapitulation Had Florida continued an English colony, This failure of our people to settle this
that the Democratic party of it would now have been densely populatedby
of war powers, ,il speak of tin but that such will be tin debt is ruining us and retarding our proscrity -
: assert it IW)-
no reasons, Florida is i: the same today as was in and industrious
a hardy, intelligent race; ) in a thousand ways. The whole civlized 11 -
contemptible weakness o e Union before fact that it I is hostile to the national hostile
result. Now, simple : onlj government but unfortunately it went back to Spain for [ world is against repudiation. The)
the war, when they say i iln u mere confederation since the Democrat-Cunservutives: havi to free schools and to immigration. and returned to the moral sense! of mankind all( over the worlds

of states. They boldly clain come into power,that schools have increased: The above we extract from the platformset nearly forty years never shocked at it. It is an evil example to
convention.Does English colonial rule, and I lost its opportunity at home for if state afford
the centralization of pot the gmeral have to forth by the Radical our people a can
that capital or immigration come in Florida believe before i it became a territory of the United to be dishonest, individuals" may also. It i is
Ilie intelligent man
their l idea future
government as condition extent shows that prosperity can onlj any
any States. The Or'atl'St was then openedand orrupting to the youth of the land. If a
of the Republic. 'I want a stronj it? No! For there is not a county in her obligations
be assured: by keeping the State o\'I.'rnmellt attracted the entire attention and im !tate can pay or any part of
government in the hamr RepublicansThe where it is, in the hands: of the present Conservative the State in which the number of schools hem, the world expects her to do it. The
Democratic party holil it lias al way's: and number of scholars have not increased; migration. It may be that English people amc rule applies to individuals But if
party.surrouT but what has will now again n hundred years after they ('iUII'r are unable, but do the best they can.
held the doctrine of a strilinstruction of not a county in the State received -
surrendered it return to its shores ant assistin he world excuses them. Tennessee: cannot
VEST ,11X- Till: :
the constitution, that all 'l'rs not delegated TilE more or less" immigration ; not a man ride from the world. The eyes of the people
were reserved to titates, and an 11EST C.I USE. hostile to \cite national government ; and if renewing its prosjierity.THE > of the United States and of the whole civil-

to the exercise of Ibtful powers Tho Democrat-Conservative* should di. the State is to continue to improve in schools zed world are upon \1:4.: and upon our con-
opposed STORM-THE WEATHER. ,luct in this! matter rests our shame or our
their whole duty in the present canvass. it will be '
The Democracy Insist: upolgid! economj and attract immigration, only i'uysible lonor. All our great interests agricultural
bul' river The good government that has! been had foi by continuing the present State government The returns from Florida are about all in, iiechanical
in public expenditures, or am manufacturing, mining, and all
harbor improvements, wh l' national 01 the last, four years should be continuedThe in Conservative hands.: and on land the damage will not be very (timers, are suffering deeply} from our course.
I Democratic candidates. who have stably heavy. The orange and fruit crops of theupper :Ten will not come to Tennessee and investiioncy
character. desire to Iol.'e
in their
general NOT AFRAID.Some St. Johns: Indian River and Gulfcoasts in any of our great resources of
assisted i
in the supported reforms -
civil service made a trust fho benefit uf: past : with Gen. wealth with this dark cloud of encumbrancelanging
of the party, who came: in certain localities were more or less
sustained all Demo-
and not the rpm*I.f the partisari. : should by over us" and after awhile far-seeing .
people invested in
Grant on his visit: to Florida, injured by wind, but the largest growers say anll
coincide will
of th .th hold that orats, who thus make their interests judicious men begin: to sell out and
The Democracy with their principles. The independcut lands.:> Recently the Sun ami J'rea notes that really the percentage is! small of loss of (cave the state, not willing to leave their

accession was settled by t stilts! of tin voter should alto aid by his: vote in that Ju.lgeIttll':; Cot Keogh, of North Carolina fruit or trees; indeed, many believe that hildren an inheritance of debt It is said ..
bel'tual union anol I have doubt
is to no that the
and that ours truly, value of
war, and Senator Mat: Carpenter, have purchased. will\ out of the apparent evil, as
good come
indestructible states. T| are for low keeping good government j lwl'r-thus : 'ennessee property) decreased fifty-five nail!- 1'!
of and evidently t I
These are all Republicans the rain completely drenched and three after
dutiesand Jicctions amino showing by his vote that he approves: the driving InnII years the policy of refusng : -
taxes, moderate good and condemns: the bail Under returning boards. Of all go ol.Ce can settle it if we will\ but
where the
Drew, debt and taxation have decreated State govern fruit will give the remaining a better chance make an honest effort to do so. The credit-

A N HONEST JVft. swindling schemes thwarted, and the foolish\ arguments put forth for placing for !size and a better price.\ The cane, though Ors have already made commendable conessions -

There is such a thing in tftrld as integrity rings broken. Peace and good order prevail Florida under Radical control the one that blown down, will, in( a measure, recover, as In offering at one time to take sixty

of character amungui: hOWCY1much all industries prosper, and the people only under Republican rule will capitalor the roots are not uncovered. The cotton anel afterwards fifty cents. Our platformontemplates
people may rail at tluwavity and arc content immigration come, is the weakest. Immigrants blown out, of course, will bo some l loss, both ba.is: of losses by the war, shrinkage on in vales the-

dishonesty of human naturc. 'I dllmll tcr Our nominees: for Governor and I.ieuten- do not inquire what politics or re- in quantity and quality, but here again etc., and the further consideration that

for integrity; of the individualwompose Hit-Governor strong and n'prl"'l'ututi'elI1'nlII'n ligion prevail in any section, rather they there is a compensation, the crop is a good a spirit of compromise has heretofore marked
to inquire about more material things, climate and and saving will be closer. the course of the creditors. Shall we not
a iKirty will give the tone tartyIt of superior talent, spotless' char- one, picking acct them in the same honest and frank
it U i composed of tricky, I lest politicians after, and of wide exj>erience. On the con- healthlandsepnxtuctsett. These favorable, .\" fur the weather,we are not weather-wise pint?

!, of tll)", cunning men rl*1.1 take all nary: the Republican candidates are not.N01' they come and go. scientifically but we predict that after, say 11 NOT doubt the discriminating
Character the 23th of this month, we shall have clear, Ju.Ueeof
advantages, they will impress HAR.MOXIOUS. ,1['(.'E YOU HEARD FROM MAINE? the and their capacity fur intelli-
their party. There m. well These are stirring times politically. The moderately cool,steady weather a mouth eat self guvecrnueut. and therefore do not
upon public life wl v.)nl is The Radical party in some of the counties tiltEII.t or more. The reason we give is that ouraverage oubt the success: of the Democratic ticket
(in of the Rile Men of
known men sanguine prophecies' Its
desire to k preast ofpo (s not a unit, especially: In Marion, .Alachua rain-fall is already fully up to form- success would bury beyond resurrectionme
one of a cunning have come to naught, and the l'inI.'TJ'\'C sectional jealousies! and hatreds which
Duvul where there two lta.Ucnl t
and are
prejudices and popula en, Ins Leon State tins woefully deceived the stalwarts. er years. Seasons may come and go, but ha\'e so long been the chief stock in trade of ,
county tickets: in the tleld. is where the rainfall is in 'ehtiferous
demagogues and in
endeavoring to lead all act: such Maine's political pariah, our no otheray
Maine own
stead: of of *in they The Duvul Democratic County ('011 nil- was excess for one peruMl of the year, it is less : can this be so effectually llL'l'lImpll hl'l1. ,
and errors which he has held and ruled tit) lung that It
impulses t would restore and
wrong ion, held last week, made no nominations; for another.WIUl'. harmony good feclinetween '
rather seek to intensify and agtv them, even the Democrats: conceded it as beyond all the sections and. make us in fuel
his: !leaves a clear Held for the two wings, to
selftil 111 In
solely turdselfwlYwuernCnt. the as name one people. The only
the lost ;
are For
motives redemption. twenty years
Their Hjhl'oha'e A DEMOCRAT?
ami IS
try their strength, Conover TI\'Illrythen would be in the
ne\'e aL1pt to race the
They has from 17.WO to 32: ,- t
state gone Republican -
and 'll'\.l'IOl'mt'lIt of material
been trying to patch up a truce rrosf-erity. theeleation -
correct prejudices and wrong jujb'kt\ but Obborne tried bis hand to "placate"be 000( majority. That the Republicans would DEFINED BY THOM.\3 JEFFERSON AM ILLl't TR.\- ", of labor, the enlargement of human
take advantage of them E: that ven have at least 10,000 majority was not doubted, TED BY r.ENEKVL HANCOCK. /gluts! the promotion of education, morality
to record of )Ir. Oarfielli,, ex- leaders, Hut as neither i\aiuvvr or Hi- but if it has Democratic, why there is: Mr. Jefferson, eighty,; years ago. defined a fliinon, liberty, order, and all that would[
the public such x-o will openly support either side their ads : gone, Democrat as one who maintains "equal and tcn.1 to make us the foremost nation of the
urination would disclose | meter rice goes: for naught. They sing: no telling what will ]iap)>en. There is evidently exact justice: to all men ; the *upj>ort of the mh in the :grand march of human pros
be found ready fo.e uc. swell of in all their rights the gr-Nt-\\- II.
and he till! ever : We would be happy with cither u ground independents state governments ; I ILLIIM ENGLISH.
and impetus to the wpp)>' milar Were t'other charmer away" which is increasing volume as it rolls. }preservation of the general government in

cent J .rust of inen and parties whoa ,(.' t1r As things. look the tail (independentill) Starting from the Atlantic it will roll on to its whole of the constitutional rights,; of election vigor by;the u eople jealousrare ; A WEILTIIV capitalist has f'Tl'l'tetlat Chat- \

cndeavoringlto; subserve the pi l ,ooh vag, the dog (regular). the Pacific, and carryllamock, the u/It'rb, a acquiescence: in the decision of the mooga; : cxt'lbh'e'orkli for the manufac- :
endeavoring i a him the supremacy of the civil over ture of mineral paint from the native ores t
is: of to time tapitul majority;
vartyVhlch WnurrER.-Soule !
.\ :
The leaders from Florida writes that he: military authority ; economy in the The machinery is rf the most approved andlodern i
its # few York .
takes tone.from. ,- 11 tes ain he Republican paper National Executive; Cots COL0SIZIN0 AT THE SOUTH. lublic; expense; the honest payment of our \ make, and has: a capacity of from I

\yehave !nurtiieerBiheuroti uitteo have appropriated fso.000 for the Considerable attention has been recentlyattracted debts aith!: aim frt.'l.'llom'of sacred preservation religion\ ; freedom of the public of the Ih"e to seven tons ir day. The work have u
t'Outttt 7 Uad l'all'aU111 1loridu.. Wex isli it was t ) an enterprise for planting an ; ken in operation but I
debts, while (eat drulation > res ; freedom of the j Il'nOn under the pro- a short time, and
reference to the state rue, for buch a bum would add to our Tennessee of the habeat torputund trial by juries rders for the have
havein !milt IJIlIJ'Uinhtrlltion ?,n and be &o much clear gain to the English colony ection product been WI'SAtLi> -
.\ the well known mpartially selected. '"dory.
a tLe1a.litlt a'.,t'ertaln clams or 1101 3uu.L state. Mr. Thowas Hughes,

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C.!1'T. I)rut:C'S 1'1(7 Ull I:S, account :and, de-monstiatc: the f.ict thaI if 11 nrs IMSS HOOM.ll : they have hpl'l sadly; 11is'I\'ill''l' The returns Tin: lUJI.UOl LITTIU.:

1'elow we make some extract" from Copt.Dyke's the )government. 1'1hI' successfully run on show that the ? \ and 7;, the,/"tnl of thf JI.ror.:

11 lower rate taxation now imposed) the .: \<;.IM H> OF substantially hl'\'JOII.\ despite the bloody; ;
:speech As w c wrote before every Intelligent =llt \] =lf.ITI'f1W The 11:11',1 to the New York
1'1'111'11'1'1'1'' most, t outrageously; oppressed'\ nil: Ml.t.'e i .VNTII.I: \ butt hat is made of her at t ,'a.l reclining f"lowiwa"
man III' Florida, old resilient: or and swindled l by the higher: r.ite'exacted, un At this I of I the \, TI1 of election, and in 111'1' 11i: ,I II' (tll' shocking : \\\'mll\ 1 ? TriJle :September 11 iYYO l :

newcomer white or colored, should. have :a tier ll'lltlhlh'all'rllk: It is worthy of note business! are 1'01 preparing I to,year pass whl'l from 11'1 the relaxation ) !11111,1 1111 1: 1'011111..1 to ( for political [cor?.]

copy and, \read,1 it anil keen it ; both' a< a hi-- that with ,greatly ,diminished[ interest! tax I ; of summer to the activity of autumn ctlect. This has started such 1.t ract: from n letter printed In ,the Nv
there has been added, to the !sinking fund markets blind partisan sheets as the New 1'oik'ri- York ;' of : I. ,0 written bvD.
lory of the mitt-n hami\ t trnlioll of our S 1l1I': the conditions of the various 7'1,1 \\/mtn. ,
.f.V..LlMt:! ) in the last three years" a'against; :?!i7- I are examined with fresh t ttrthe i, slll- linnc iTimes\ ; in u wil,1dilf l'xl'I'rtioI1. DXn. : '
for eight years by the 1 lladical, party, and !"JO<) :added, during the whole period of I Ue: that the illl'I'I'-1.. and I \ the old l cries eif t Iraud and villainy ":1 i t worth ,1'erJlllll ti'< Fl.(Ihe loyalty -

the }lienelicent' rule of the }Democratic-Con\ : / publiean administration ,1II'I'lIlrl'I-II' the harvesting bl"ill'of the"I'al'I'I'all'crops 111; Irl'I'l'U'tOII.l! to use ?o lavishly nlh.rJl of the young Southern men by nseeVtainlng .

servative party for four year*, and, aJ+o a* a The :amount' nssed\ ,during the three not with New Yl'nr'tl. The present season ; election, are made to elo service tibeutthe how many e>f the military companie-s:
full years for, ordinary State expenses averaged: I has almost re '\ I'I'II"I They 1-1'1 to imagine: that at the South armed, wi h the 1 United States!
and} lusterof .. .
complete the 1"'l'l w'hi.1
:St.ito I llI' ni
I :$:37,1uI 1 year: under,I liepiibliean\ / !government \ betray, and there has !'II'11 great oversight in the appointment arms, and., having) I. 1"0111'111'111 1'111'nlIIII
for the. period.} of ISIN-IXSO.; t Thescfigures ,, while that n+sl'sseti, under Democraticrule : 11'1'1' WI'1111'1 as to the prospects of III'l'll..n 1'1111'rllors in the thl'1 hv the States

tell the truth, the while truth, :m,1t averaged\ : $tllt.j111,1:! : / the interest tax I business general appears tobl'l'llrrl'p"ldinglr hope :outh, and that it is elite to the Rtl ill tuna n1It, carry n United s :ales H.ig, or Coni'\ once

t nothing but the truth.' General; Lcdvvith. bye assessed by Republicans: averaged $137.021: :! ful. The feeling i is reasonable: one, but party, which alone is to becuusklert'elinthisword about their nrinorie Therearecaseswhere
and I thl'allll' tax tinder the 11.'JllIII'rll) + an'rngelt h.J11.11'e' reasonably' I entertained, 11,1 one that there should be t strictly \partisan '; membersbaveeiit t I'ut way I the platetitarked
some manipulation and dislocation of some $!ntj)! ;} ;) a year.soMKTiuxej cause for caution the eomingseason's : !set of new ('lml1rtOI appointe-d and U. s..1.' and have mhstitutert: "e>me oldsvntbol

items, has attempted to break the force of : run Tvx-rvvrr.s TO l'nSI'EIt: business 1':1 illtllalil lil111 in the well- the count made all em-r such again, with the objects of.their lost e\: ise marked{ ( s. .\ '

them, but there they are, and )he. who.. runs Having: ; thin gone through with what: I known fact that the !ll'I'Ialilll! :of the past ulll.urIO-I': of a census hl'fI'Ihl' 'VI have two compnn ,'s here, ole infantry .

may rl'atlal1d see the truth We challenge intended, to !say on the subject of finance.*, twelve-month t have Ilal'kl an Of\'IIU"l' I'l I oll'I'rs.not look like an nnreasonablclhing and tine of Illi\ 111\v. Neither has 1'10111 -
in advance, any criticism, any statementwhich and, shown, 1 think that a IK-moeratie govcinmcnthas appreciable, remainder, which 1',11.Ilt/ In- : to ask of ulr. Hayes.: U or nd. : Thl'alow
sold without I loss. (Upon the1 surface mightse'eni foreigners\
so managed the ,dillK-ulties[ III'thl' i would I be inlamoiis would be ecscntt'uIhtnliguiantly ol'llrn 11'1
). can prove the I figure not correct.\ We I situation : that the beginning of cold, I Jl,1 I row the (1'I"tI1.101 fl11gstounnnuentthud-
to the confidence
invite investigation, ill gross or detail: of tlie I and, respect! 111'1111 challenge l'al'lI.: .*, I desire! before I Iconclude 11'01 Europe, even earlier than ill"ll. I other President, if ;it but had, since been Mr.made Haves II any was hal eui nrl-i, 9, but nobody bus yet.
of last I year's : Southern mm woman touch one,
comparative expenses in county and to group certain facts and commend Ir"li"I' I l'lditill markets. lint!Ixl'ill.tllll.there i i-* I counted in by fiaud at the hands; of the and fl'eu they 1 are careful; at'I they fhllI'pll'l'ol.!

in every department, civil and criminal latl"1: them to the thoughllul consideration too: much carried forward, 11uulagersl it seems, to be expected of him when t are used here tll .
property fl'llla,1 hI'\
of the \
The which
I people. taxes have beenassessed "
that he will return ttie'unlpliuleitt JIII help walk
favorable of sale not t til under then 1
opportunities are (
awaiting :
F'I: > ve-ars" beginningwith ; the party' t to fraud I vv ben it sees a necessaryadvantage
|pings, strawsshow
and > to permit wild ud wince in prices" !11.1 as : know ltll hit
187( with
ending; H7! embracingthree I In such Henceit is by
There\ was in the treasury all accounts\ that which marked I hot t years speculation, : thing.! where (the wind vs, and the orthcr
$31,:3:1: 1.74 in money, and, against this there under years'Democratic l of Republican rule :and three follows vears I and/ those \1'01 whom duty tails of furnishing no means tl.till to the moral sense Ythe loyal soldier ought know these' things, -s-
aggregate,:\ : much. it the
:stood due interest businesstransactions country, lahllk ; If he ell of voting for the
past amounting to :$1:1": the motleytier current : iger
WJ.J: !)!) and State taxes under KrpuMtiins fc,,0'7'47'7' btisinc-ss conscience, to hear 1' \\'Illlh' candid for President.,
ffoatingdebts, consisting! of warrants County Uxe* under Kcimlilnnns. !.i11.797.9" ; are well aware of this, and theyare Iro\o-iliol\
and ollt"tallllillj'l'lIhal'k\ !scrip deficiencies State tares under DLMiiiKrait . f QdI6.oIQ therefore, in a position to enforce their that actuallyMeans :perversion
County: Cater under democrae I cation or the interest FFUXVMTo II to Fr.v., $. $O.
97008944- 1,1118,411571Ditference : a census l'IIIII'lliolll II
for and .
Vii 70, and juror and witness own views of what i is It is nut
costs not reported, amounting to $:'f2? !..i.i ,- I 't\w" necessary, hOWI'H'I'.lhat 1'II.h'ut III'S'4 should adVance ofnnc political party. the llniMaudOn ) \\bnnf' New York city :

(i is,">.;w more, making in all $ ,)!>,o.si.3S! of immediate This how un annual average !saving inState in two consecutive years in the vehement The argument ",1,1 i'l. that Kentucky hl'hatflfthc I ':lot ry Cennpany referred

debts inherited I from the outgoingadministration. ) and. county taxation lor the three years and impulsive manner which seems reports: as great an h"'I'I'I I' II 1'0pliltilil to in the above I ; eif i). M.
It is true there was the last; past' of$IIi1CG,7l< ; :: ) !, and !speaks' for itself. unavoidable when it revives after u long !since Is70, as Mit higan.; put dO\\1. Illn 'llon

larger( portion of the taxes of 1870 to apply' If you will add these sums! together, (however prostration, and I it is now si, long since1 the as an awful exhibit Yet K'llm'k\ posses.scs Hammond[ we w respectfully suliinit'the

to this indebtedness when collected, but I the you will see that they aggregate! the revival was universally recognized that amore the grandest soil' em the continent, Is the fmellotvingfacts t people of eiur wholes

marvel i isJhat with the lnimen, sums\ that enormous amount of$J,1.'i7.20.biletlie: :{ <;;{ !'ft'lly--going progress will be generally l'I'ltrlh.ilall'I, has a climate far superior country, showing ivv we have been misre-p-\
Juid been, wrung /friiin' the people from iMiS taxable property' on which this sum has accepted us suflieicut for the time.! :lihigall, and is evntiguous tolar".ts

to 1.H77 there was not an overflowing instead: l been: assessed has only averaged $.'ll\ tj,1o\jja\ It is the judgment of tl experts in each ; in every way more attractive to resented :
of ail impoverished, and ( trade that large surplus ofgrain illi : and possessing: untold advan 1st. We (company to be n loyal
year II' 1lil'\ :
bankrupt\ treasury.During \ _____ 111Ih 111' which is bleak and cold
t that period of tiule, runningthrougheight t and, of cotton coq 1 be marketed,I in tagl'I"I'r Michigan to the United Stat, !it is peisr -

and, a half years, their own reports 1'OLITICAL XOTVS. Kurope: at paying) price: ; we do not say at and! largely IIIU'I'I'illl'1' man Kentucky eif 1'01' slide for any sine organisation to be intry.
show J.03,3.S3: : !) of receipts, or an average prices which will reward, hut at mon :sense wtlitl ila
of$;{..J4I<;,i 4',1l! : a year, andyet there was nothing WHO Fotonr FOIL Tin: UNION-, .-If there bally prices which will 1tI'nlalol" Iutl.nl1hl.rnlh' would increase in population, as swiftly, if any part eif the o ,
in the treasury applicable to this enormous man in Massachusetts who can speak' with his land next 1I"hl'I'r not more so, than cmetllpnreil;llhor and. 11.1'1', ,1 We haven 'r used ielatesmarked l'U.

floating debt CXrcletl1,3l1.74I: :! And this with authority as to I the: part played' by that rests the nece'ssitios of Ohio. Yet it I is with :1 kh 1):1ilal'tlo ) : S..1.; but. have always used the Unitcilifantry

i is not the worst of it, for they bad. not only' state in the war it is Sen.. ]Itutler. "I I Iwarl'h.d Kuropc: and, 1101 Ieuluses the :- 1:11: Ninth that is'l'r" latitude belt
rl'II'I. !States (
regulatioi (
ill there plate,
made, nwuwith these millions and left a to the Gulf," said (Gen. Butler lu..tIII.tht i ishing of storehouse's! as WOI"I 1111'1' an immigrant fl'UII J wnNJ
Ilo.iting klit, including, ) the unpaid interestmentioned ; in Hoston, "with a New England division the filling; 111'11'11 imnicdiatc \\11 taih'Wlllt" unless !- was elisceivere-d,l within,'the :state, marked P. y' Jy.'I l Kit one case of any

of nearlv'1&N1IHNI: > but latiaddcd, i containing 1I."llIlI'n( ) and there\ could That this is the opinion its and the nll'gatiol that Kentucky lias, ire member substitu gnnyethcrsymbolfentInsaale

to the hunh'Ill'lt, JiHO/JOl.JW: !) which was at not have been linIl1l1.ilHIIIII'1I) in that division[ well as here is shown by the readiness with 1'1'.1-.0 II tl'l years as rapidly as has ever ci to our knowledge. This,
the rateoflUs,123.S4a: 'l'nr-aIll1! this immense who had ever voted any other than the which arrangements( have h"I'1 made inEurope "\'h I state is l'xI'I'I.I, 1 to' satisfy all logical.!valicicxctls'tir !
1J1'1Il01'rlltil'til.kl't.) So much for the New York the at Il'at all ll is, und I Jlml I Indeed, is (the 1 wo ever fl'ullof such
increase\ in the bonded debt/ fellow- gab: to ship' gold to ; outflow lolill'III t
citizens, hu"1ftell/ to the annual burdens of blers who talk: about the Republican- party' of gold does not Iridltl'l France or nl(the t thing.i

the people *.>s.I(Jy; on nceount of interest as having fought the war for the eJlion.Xt'W England: when articles III Jrt 11'1'1'il11'1' Democratic) states and I especially II the 3el. We-own t United States flags, amiat

alone, and the yearly' to meet 1'ork'url\\ The fact is the eif the ( use rcgula dress\ oil'which
: equal\ desperation (11'lh.I.1Irgul" tll'l 111' parades
France and
interest the banks
; this increased\ \ is to about iiinrtifit ; 1)Eauncutcv.-lverytvhuere in II' England: holl,1
TUB Yorxu ) :
drives them to catch at most t of this
advance their if theoutllow ulI..tlll /l\lil'n" pinto
the hundred
cent on \ dollars of all the rll'Hlf It"I'.1111
the United States the young men are coining ivc the show (hol'resrelenev )
taxable; property\ of the !State. of gold threatens to Jnterfcre with their l'll( Olghl."t cognizant.4th.! i .
to the front and taking charge: ( of the The census Is the
the last six ( have working reserve, especially: us their experience lext year. II"t'I"ulgl' .
During $1i1'l.ljOAO
yean Democratic) The vhuoserved The treat lt l.r all classes II'our
canvass. men It the .South be by
young can (
been assessed in taxes on the property of the in the both sides, and those' of financial fn'e.lul shows that this is i 'ounl'llllowl be haunter, stars and all
army on : partisan employes two party can glorious: stripes, on
people to pav' interest on bonds, and$34.i)1! :! theway-to IUrll lYvsh t'"olr"I'Sj; while itneeds ( II.jds
of this sum [lias been o-ssessedto meet the interest who have come to their lIIajorllsilll'e the 'II'I' to :show that an advance obtained. 'I he tint\ i is capitol elec our festive 11'1'1" s. hay been all that could

\ on the s.fiyl04: !) of incrcHtfd bonded indebtedness war are comparatively' free from war prt ju- In the Ill'XII'r will I eleercasethedc11uad\ I tll, by ,unilh'discrepancy: hlWl'l'l he Ne .ht of kind, anyen0
dices ; they have none of the war passion'; t population t vote. The 11eirl"l 11. h.
the fur it, which i is I merelyspeculative.. We tl lust
fastened State are
1 : on by Republican 'II the
mismanagement for which there left. Upon them must soon fall the largershare already in receipt ot two millions ofgold t thing i to having i election olllccrs: to count the WM ever 01 ( Mll'llurknuwlt'llg1' -
of administration. They are alive teethe 0\1'1 ticket l is to have the
I Republican' e'ciisus .
from with illtit millionsem
I is some
no possible excuse or defence. "I
i issues of the future and to look Enroll"
disposed Democratic
: to count population
at the point where ( ) tkGirrlN(
I WII\T DEMOCKVCY HAS Pea E. to the future rather than !back to the dead 11.11.., exlll-te! dkter11dntsi'urlher down, so (that the North can be tired with :ign.t JUI: ,

I The first thing done, when the legislatureof It is a grand movement for a change u minute '1Il'Sltl of golel expense\ our customary Indignation at the lgu\'s prc'scntcd and be First ut. Fl'rnllllR! Light In-
In ; : !
1877 1 failed to agree upon the amount of that policy which has been to linger in exports Ihilll'lIll\ in, more gold, made to despise !lction the census of fait flrll'rl) Ll'ut. jlth! N.

reduction, was to !suspend the collection of the idle questions of the past.' They ore unless the tll..fihrllg of which apparently(, ,makes good the charges of 1'. .

i a portion of the tlxein other words instead fettled nil the country is in a condition to securities be-comes 10\'CII'lIt so large n to Aml'ril'll it el'ctOI( Inl.ls. In the !e'ln.1 placeto 'H.M, J.
of collecting $1.20! on the hundred dollars demand attention to the more pressing duties which Jakl' count the \population of the South lATOo

of property as had been the rate under of the present'\ and for the future. There .UIIICI'I'/Oarr.The re-soiirers of our seems bunks' tin likely.are equal to will result: in reducing the re-presentation of Seco11 .111, JI'\UI.lla Light

.. the IJepublicans, the revenue officers were never has been) a time when there was such the probable' ilcmands upon them, especially that section in Congress Ultll! the ehecturtilcollege lit yfurlerl.r ht i ergt. 12th

", ordered to collect only one dollar. This appeared active exertion on the part' of the young if the treasury, continues! to return, by purchases and thus its II twgu\'r. U. nfantry.
hazardous In the face of a floating men, or such devotion to correct! principles.' : spent be !
debt of i&JOO.OW:: ( for it was a reduction in e>f bonds, its surplus( 1"'I'IUl'Sj; and A party r'llucI'll for andutterly ('01111'1 R1 hlll..1 hy to reply' -
THE Garfield organs north and cast of u$ for this: course there are just now lore th:1 Ilst flluruls capital cOllny
taxes compared with what the Republicanshad usual bankrupt in that would resort to n. 1(. ]I \0\1.
arc keeping up a continual alarum cry in the financial l'a'4ol". If it becomes I
annually[ assessed, including the poll- relation to "indemnification! for lost slaves," necessary or expedient, in view of the requirements to such a crime as is llull. IrOpfHl'el .
tax, of over $ :: ,lIOO. In 187S another mill and one paper' in New Jersey\ startlingly I an : of the domestic exchanges l'O, to utilize Falsify the census HO as to Illitit'ul The ('olmU appe !intc-el by (Ihe Nassau

was taken ofT, making the tax for that year flounces that in the safes and l vaults of some the greenbacks in the treasury lie and help on a political Light Artillery d authorizes by I them tc*
ll lle"1 cent on the one hundred\ dollars. In them in anal plain English: of the proposition, made by .
Southern li.sts of out for )
State courts are kept names exchange gold th1 make public ial of Ihe contain
the following year the legislature fixed the of all slave nnduaulesof slaves them into smaller denominations the anxious organs. This is: the meaning of t alh'gltoll
owners emancipated ,
tax for 1ST! mid$so at seven mills or seventy for which the owners are going to brl'lkillj,of no law to the arrange the outcry against the census, and the virtue e-d In the 'geing letter from n. M.Haniniond !1 0

cents on the hundred dollars, and legalized claim pay. We hear nothing of all this ment. With this: nUl In'\'I'lt ltitiollal gold of Commissioner Walker Is being put to the I ha owiy-

the suspensions ordered by the Governor down this way, all we will not wale time fre Europe wo may expect as ludl money test by those who think that every duty, I 1st. That'' w illy endorse\ and approve
in 1H77 and '78 by which over $140,000 had however sacred and rcsitonsihlc should be
in the l'nlal of such preposterous\ and gratuitous in New York as the Ilrkl'h of the interior thennswer tat letter as herein made
been "saved, to the 'people as compared with But the eagerness will can demand I or draw} upon adequate security. prostituted to 1\rt.\ lurllI'H, and Ivoryniau by
the rate under the Republicans. And it maybe however lend his L Infantry's commit tee.
with which 1"l'rUllllll
vehemence these are perhaps' to remind the render l
a matter of interest to say here that the uttered against paying for lost saves'when. I b[I large 1'Clll'l ali increase ill railroad name tins i-onscirncu to t political' crime at 2>\J Time buy of these companies, their

present candidate for Lieutenant-Governor is in the claim dreams of e-arnings both the the bidding of his party-ilaltiiintre ,Veei's. .
nobody l'uttiuJ or jroIwl: net, one nspatalit! re nee for theStars arid Stripe*
ion the Republican ticket Gen. Ledwith, not this the i --
such section, the I t of
only voted ayaiiut the act legalizing the suspension suggests Ihl\llj ncrenll'l 10\11 l'rlrl is above susplli, and the ('ntirecllunit
suspicion that these sensational journalistsfeel and the other
in the late legislature: but made a. [lsil"SH tl improved I'ollel.tiOI lU.UIUIA''IO.NOTES will unstable: statement .
just a little self accused, in their own of the railroad MPII'I. The 11\lrtlll'o' We visited) Mttlco Thursday
speech denouncing the Governor for order- consciences, as to the manner in which the of both improvements I,. not lkly und looked over some, of the records.: General GrJs visit to Fcrnandinn WW

ing it. great glory of emancipation was achieved at overlooked in this: community. Jlt it is: Since August 10th, 1H7D .r>,3 REDUCTION OF TAXEH.Ill It is the still worth while to iint out that thisiueherovetiettt
ItmeLot.11"c'!! expense. : i postal hud applying for
the three years, then, since the inauguration conscience that keeps this conies from 1 cause which may pamphlets cart, information Ilct'l rel'I'h'I'I; from to filly giving the n rill I national salute. By

of a. reform government, there has nightmare gllopinthrugh the brains of fairly be called new TIl South and Southwest copies bad been sent to each of the ole above him the uh:(- of line flag was unnoticed

been a gradual reduction in taxation from our (teclt.1 orther cCntell'ururicl-' are doing better than for twenty 'eur"a"t. Where more than one copy was sent, they reserved fur tore vision. On
twelve mills or $1.20 on the hundred dollars .JVujt/U'iV/e_(meic"l. ] and are making themselves felt In the were for distribution in the neighborhood. of the Fourth elily l''II.trtll

of property, to !seven mills or !seventy ('ents. THE war for the Union !successfully general activity ns never hl.rl. In the the writers ; over :li.WJO( of the above wrote lJth companies weresordered
and in this length of time there has been a. closed more than tif.t'n wa') ('It ago. Allclasses 2 HmthwCt it I is U 111'till( railroads: making special inquiries, to whom written out, ding the streets and tiring

saving to the taxpayer of $:'JG7,730.8S, or of our people IU share alike in the i they 'al furnish rull -streek siiflkient ti* replies were tl'lIt We give the states, territories salutes

an average of $12".5jb.Ij.! a year, and this blessings of the Union, and are equally concerned 11\1 tl business ft..rl'll. and the cnte-r- untl / ('uultrlef: from which the The armsjd in use

great reform in taxation fellow-citizens has in its in the jroll'r prise :1.1 ul'tvit.of tle :.rtl and West are letters were rcceivc-d, and the number from in dance acc'ltrelcnt'with (tho United States 11'0
Il'rpllitawl strictly a
the credit of
, been effected without injury to We at l'IL't on | Iwc'JlilJ' dUrlJ'I'r. each :
the state. a state of profound peace. Henceforth let it istc II the whole c'uultn'. lmiossible| Alabama, 13)i) ; Arkansas. :10 i I); Colorado, regulations! furilll'li by the State of

COMPVBISO.XS Or TAXATION. be our purpose| to cultivate sentiments of tf, 'tilul. In figures this addition to. the 1.7 ; lJlecti'nt. 15; California, 17 ; 11- Florida, an/orn/ without any."cutting or

For a better understanding of what has friendship, and not of animosity, among our capacity of the United! Ilul.'f ; Iwaro, 1; Uakotl, ; Florida, 1.1U7 ; (
fellow citzens. Our material (enough to allude to it, fill every one gin 173 312 lub"tulJl
been accomplished during Democratic government inh.'t"'urk'l wi ; 1ill.I', ; Jwlall. 117; Iowa, For and )diztlcifthie would
derstand that it Artillery we
for three years last past, beginningwith and progressive, demand, our constant and completes I tll'll'rgil'( thisfavored 77 ; : ; ; Ixiuisiana, furthcivo
united efforts. A sedulous and land and carries corresponding 17 Maine 14 Massachusetts have seen the author of ,
1877 and up to the close 1879, as compared scrupulous! ; ; t-'M ; 11tssmuri say
with the three last years under the care of the public credit, together with a illcn.u..e of demand for all article 12 j .1arylamimi! 41j : )lehlgul. 1:1: this: unchiible letter seated at our table at

Republicans: : ((1:,71. 175 and 1870)), the following wise and economical management of our which enter now stands into lie general the CUltllll.tel.tthllJ )lissiloiJii.' i: New York, 46 ; cw ) L .festivcAthcring in the armory, ttuhonoiedyucttiu )
be instructive governmental ndituresshiulelbetnaintamed ( prosper ; ; North Cantina,
"statement will : : ( JJj :
.60J.77 in order tlKiut alll'roIH| may he 111 all precedent in our history, except cmL'kl 21 Nevu,ha 4 i uhhe, ?2$ 1"'ln- disloyal element, the United
la 1874 the State us tected in their rights of their taxation which 1'1-1'f'IIIl'- 18*' South 5.! Uhodu States tIll the of the
n 1875 the State ta..ar. 4151471 : at.'bllllf 1)'lvllil. ; ( : Vrlug wall armory
:In 1878 the State u* was. . 350.858: .6,/-..r.2J7D47"7h. The has I ily | Ilatllal. of Inland 5 arlll
the Slate tai ..a*. 337, 98.17 own industry. till come to enjoy IIIUf.Ll'tllt. ; 'CIIL'.t'l', 1; ; Texas, i3'; Utah, having lit 'rl.un.l und hung by Lieut.K. .
III 1877 1878 the State...was , ,*4,52.j8 the !substantial iM-neflts of reconciliation. As and enables a government which l'IUI"r"w ::1: Vernaunt 37; Virginia. 51Vest: 1'Irgiulu, I
Iii ntjg the State tie *... , 7v*,S.14- S4q.y6.a9 one people we have ('tllllln interests. Let at 3J )liner cent to raise a large 'surplus.of revlte 15: Wl'uhil.! U'i WJUII 4 : 11'asldng. :. P. NowuHiuarterniasterSergcantOeo.D. ( ,

Saving lo threeyetn. fj 7,7jo88 us encourage the harmony" and generous ( from a |>eople which lays on an average toll, I H. e., 41J i .. Ul : Icftan.l. 1; Glh-lJ (C'ominittee on Decorations).

These figures which are official, show a rivalry among our own industries which almost eight per cent With a Japan. 2; Germany; : Jldiu Neither use gentlemen, HO far as this

yearly average assessment: under the I'epub- will revive our languishing merchant marine cult letter to system set of taxation to it would. be diff Territory, 1 ; Montana, 1 ; r.I'I, ; comndttre informcel, have ever clalntetleither"
lican of $lo.if;$2.3'J, and under the Democrats extend our commerce with foreign 1"'ln.1"1) our prosperity..tuusixa Domingo. 2. here or foreign I extraction.Thesefacts .

of$2$3,1O&43.Average ; nations, assist mere-bants, lannfa.turer The above list shows (that Florida. has been -not "straws." '

annual saving $122,50.70. and producers to develop our vast natural TIIK CKXSU& inquired after and laurel from iu very many rojiectfully,. t th

COMPARATIVE RATES AM AVERAGE resources and increase the J'rllri.of our The most virulent partisan organs in the 11".tiOII abroad. The above comprise only (h"i ign J. H. l'fD j
j eople.Public. interest of nominees disj.osed the writers to the otllce awl Member! .
The rate of taxation assessed in 187475and office is a trust : not a bounty to Jt'lublkul Il'l from the ullicu here-Umwn, iJlfurmatul. ay J. formerly
Jut Lieut. I).
L. (
now Ut 0. N. H. Vols.
12th ,
twdce mills and in 77, 78 and f"'eJI ,
70 .
was stowCI upon the holder no incompetent it is the LI'IUI that und the I Tnotfta KYDI
79 it was ten, nine and teitn mills,embracethe nviectively. or dishonest persons should ever intrusted New York Trl some \\mM\y\ attacks It, thoughit Prfk" of the U'lmi. Pay member N, 1.A.,, of firm of
taxes These levied by the state for all urpoe, with promptly it, or if appointed The basis they of Ilwul.1 b was ta11 under the exlmcricncesl snjcrvision -, Serge-ant Hmltb, Signal Observer has two f J, .\'1'. A.dt, ren'han ,
ejltC1 I lubltn- 'HIIII'Ju'r.alker, good Kc- interesting relies, of stormHagsueniroyeii Committee.
for interest tot I rt'II"t
for ,
to wit : ordinary exjicnses tial service reform
practical UIUt Hayes, who ought oy the force oi wind
uwll'folcelt during the
mill for IUL1lU
j and the constitutional tax one be established by the j-cople in filling the UI'JIN to have been confidently gab-s. Une oft torn and In f
,_"4., school If we separate them we will find elective office*; if a high standardof bclieve-d by the und leaders tll'a. frayuil 1'unij U l'L"-There are numerous p
thefx managers tatters during of 147* the other
in 174, 75 and 70 1t.rm ; renuiIILat cure and become
that the taxes assessed for and
If qualifications sternly rests that the South would. show such a in the) late KJJetme
stagnation 8xoriu
f were for the following purposes| : the and the result will beginiiinx;; nh. tr tl" useful/ but 1010 ever proved 1
) income-tent or falling off of lot
as compared This was a new eight (omit piece of
state $712, !112.41 .ulati.J. Iult. sin, elll t- i.-iircsl MO and
: For ordinary J exIeense5..e Indecisive in governing the action at the with the of its many remark
Bulwtuntially and
had been
C'll1 representation ing used Jcaaesa
411.otlJ.rt5; Dr. Ayer'
.a Fur interest on debt servant whom they intrust with appointing l would\MC\ decreased frlie medicines.
r f .cli oU one mill Ux.. Ui.hlU.M; uUll'rily all ( hinttimmeufewweeksugn. For sometime The/erry Pectoral rentortsl great
i Fur leow er.-W. S. I I tNCOc r.IRON IU inttuenee In the councils the.tonalt 1& a
latioual measurably during hell ou to lu friend, numljof patient-, who were believe-d tetbe
curtailed Ulelc'f a new the tatf above the but the p
Signal on hifwly J utlectetl with
t ; 11.217,047.17 I is fast becoming one ,,t the Import ment. So ('crtall were ll'IMrlun. :3lit was cunt the force ('OnIUJllton.
H.ttlat by break
t'Jrl -
t The taxes of 15777*$ and '70! were dividedas ant products of the touth. Georgia now alarm hal Illulrtfl of the wind, and wvmit hurling through the Agrure '. up ( (, )

follow : produces 100/ W tons of pig iron it-r annum, and an organized black txIlluo hal air to fall about one quie n.18Ird)
r.1ucl.1the elUUiut
huwJrtt ) AvfU Extnu-t
For ordinary :State exot.II-Ol'1'l..t-l% t1>12.9: und it U asserted that the ores of 'fllll'o native and natural growth of the; colored !. in a tattenal. heap. Uoth of these yards reiiinanU era fecrufuU>iiipounil und of AinujiarilLi'

For lntrr *t-.-.... 274.127A5: alt Alabama can be worked at a greater {Mjpulution, that thrv not poly did not are tied and twl into Jwpuritlwi of Ihe
it Fur nhtn'U one mill tax.......... Jt.:r5.85 profit titan the liritbh "of Cleveland.The instruct the l'reshmlentunml conunisnioner lefurcband manner of knot.te1 and the lust every Cmct1alle tlot.lun.sithe Iiuthh. Ity 1).tel.its and rctol'it to
J development of the Iron industry r falsify' the n'tlnll, hut actually would cause a sailor to his aolmarvel vigif that timely w !
eyes true
9 t,316. Virginia has mtived a greater impctu during begun t", brag before the rejiorU came in of at what ho didn't omen 1 know in kuut.- ( J 111'time are tJL/r" cured C\ t.ln'o '
This shows: a I levy <>t$' !$,579.55 less for ordinary the fast )'er. IU.1 in various j*>rt Ion* of the early shrinkage of Democratic utronghclds. tying. The fr4ye4 |l.ortiul In "In. A| tills and their effects are well
the hidden wealth in iron to
'tat<<: expense* under Democratic the ruth I kUnctMan a! olutely Intt'rwuV'1 together, kne ierywheretoreequireauvcotutuettd

goivrnnint and $13>),U1
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.1I IDS WtJl1W. IMIIAI; : ) n TOKY. I DR.tlf'OHD COUNTY:: ------1 .[. ...f.f.r of 1'a.rc8-Wnltl'r C. Maloney, Jr., In the County of St.: Johns for.a Senator
Gutnty Judge-J. H. Richard, Key W t'st from the Thirty-first Senatorial: : held\
:Midsummer veiled in will he
golden United SfnfcH OIHcorN.tAXU election I
Collector ( the day an
Clerk-Henry P. York, Lake Hutlcr. .fl.f Jc'C1l11c-Waltcr! C. Maloney, same the
And crowned with leaves net: 'Onstituting
golden Madison( (
: OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Mrr/jT-W. W. Tumblin, Starke.AMmmr Jr.. Key West.KiiiierintcHiteiitofFkhoolt. in County of
Comes tripping with her sandaled feet for i n Senator to
Among; the gathered sheaves' Ilrqer-L. A. ISarnes! Gainesville.llrrthrr I \ of Ttwcit-.\. J. McKinnev, lake : ; -J. V. Harris, Key 1'l'lIthl'nutllrtal:: occasioned District: ; by t the I I .'..i'lia.
hut lcr. 11 ( : ; -John F. lolling (lainesville.Kurrcyordcneriil \ .
Bright clouds and winds and sunbeams : : who was tlcrttsl
play l ,
} of I (Ion. DenniEagan/
Collector Hcwnnc Alfred. D. Lake X \SSAf fOCXTY. tiara
Around this: hright. midsummer day. -L. I). Ball, Tallahassee.mstnicT : Senator! for the term of four years;, at t the,
i-otKT. Cm"ty Jmtyc: -Hintou J. ISakcr, Fernandina.
Along the upper pearl-rift: shore, Jitdye-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville.Mnrhiil of $.rlfJ"l.E.. Harrison, the first Monday of November, A. I D.
The clouds. : like purple banner*, lie ; --.1. II. Durkce, Jacksonville. Starke. (jerkMaxwell, l'ernamidina.A'hrridTeter .
Austere and grand the noonday) sun ClerkPhilipVniter\ Jacksonville.: : IIRKVAIU: ) rat'NTY.: ( (Cone, Fernandina.Atmimt 11171 Ill ;the County\ of Duval, constituting the I.Eightl'l'lIth ..

Is: sloping westward through the sky Cmmly .1,1tlfJ-\. .Whitlock, City Point l of Ttixcs-Win. II. Garland, Fer Senatorial District) f for a Senatorto
low, fainting on hi couch of rest, INTERNAL: KEVEXfE.: Clirk-.\ A. Stewart, Titusville. nan.lira. till the occasioned! by the resignation

J A thousand. arrows ''ierco his breast. Ullt'ct'J-Jll'lltii'i Eagan, Jacksonville.roLLECrOUS / Afxertiir <>f Tnj'ff-J. i D.I :Stewart, Titusville.IWectufttf : MliTtor\ of Ilercnuc Warren F. :Scott. Fernandina. of vacancy Hon. ,,L H.1 Diirkco I who was:'

OF CUSTOMS.! I L liereniip-V. )f. I'latt, I Lake .It:' 'l'tl',1l'lIl1tor' :: for the term of four .wars! at
Upon the hills\ : the lithe graze, John} W. Ilowell, Fernandina.Kdwnrd : sup, Orange) COli Illy. tfttiicriiilcmlriit; of. ,schools-\V. A. Mahoiiey( I'the( (General Election: held. on the first' 'lues-
Knee deep in clot :r white as !snow ; ; Hopkins, Jacksonville. /ii/nri'iitr/nlfiit nf firlionln Alexander Tins Callahan day after the list Monday of November, A.
The very !silence' seens'< to he dull,. Lake View. olUXOECorXTY.County .
I .' John F. House: St.; Augustine.; D,1478 1 ;
round r distiit, lazy low, J. M. Currie, Cedar Key. CI-AV COfXTY.Omnty Jm1'/e-\\l. Summcrlin: Orlando.. In the Counties; of'Taylor I amid I-afayctte,
the far-oF
And lici
valley Clerk-J. P.: Hngliey, Orlando. the Twelfth Senatorial Districtfur ,
The perfect rest!' of Paradise. :Springs.: : ,Indye-\I'ru. ]'('I'lcr, been Cove ...."r.W'--TI.IIIa", / W'. Shine, Fort 1'eiil.Atetnr : 1. constituting, a: !Senator; to till the vacancy occasioned

I Nature's sweet 1iuria ny without, Stair Ofll'c'r"" Clerk-O. A. Itudilington, Green Cove of 7Vi.irs-John), C'. llryson, Haw, by the death of lion( )E. M. McAuley, who
EX KCTTI V E tI.I'\lnlF.oIT.: :Springs.Xhrriff: kinsville.: was. ('\(,C't1'.1I'llator:: for the term of four
Creates harlllll1lywlttl
Why should we wng> perpetual lI ; strife (alJ/'rfl/llr-O'Or/ F. Drew, Tallahassee.: James: \'. Do Witt, Jieen I Cove Collector of( Trl'f''I/I'-Xnt.. Poyntz, ()rlando.Superiuteurle years; at the General: Election held on the

r With want, and po erty, and sin ? }'rrll "flit pro (cut. f SinatV.. n. Sanies I! :Sj>rings.Aftetmir. Fort lleid.: ?t of: .dtfl"l..Jo"n -T. hicks, first Tuesday after the lust! Monday ol November

Sweeter it is to lie at est! 4 Tallahassee.tfccrclnry: ( of Tares-Win. Con way, Ktntrsley., .\. D. 1878;
I Dear Mother iarth: ,,a thy soft breast. tif ,StltfH.. Illoxham: Talla OilMnr a f L'l-reiinc.'r III. S.: Plummer, T.\\ .nn COVXTY. In the County of HilNborough[ I constituting : .
hassee.Coinjit. Max ville. (f'nitiitit.fiitlr/r]). N. ( Cox Perry. the Thirtieth Senatorial District, for a

And this i is rest' -a I in-fect eaten roller-Columbus Drew, Tallahassee.Treasurer : : ,tfiiniriiiti'iuJi'nt, ,1'eool-ll.! (. F. Geiger, fthrrffl. ; /;-Tliomns; Ostccn, Perry'. :-:Senator to fill the vacanty'o'rasoned; by. the
1 watch the blue in-ts float away ; -Walter Gwyiin. TllllnlulOC: {'I'. \lbi.lldamrg. ( 'I..d-Johll 11\. Faulker, IVr'rv.SHjMriiitemlciit resignation of lion .1'l'. Leslie! who was

The stillness !seems' 1111 holiness: ; Atloruey-incrnl-(;icofge I'. i Haney, Tallahassve. cor.fMnrv (I'ITNTY.Cmmtif : ; of Schools-}.:. mini, Perry.County elected, Senator:, for the h'rl1lllf four yean, at
Trrnaurrr-1)). N. :Hutton the (General Election, held on t the first: Tuesday !
The earth I is better f r this dav. : .T"I1cW.. M. In':4. Jr., Lake Perry ; !
Oh I if all strife, all elite, would\ cease! Com in,!.".ioiier of 1.II1t.fH IIgh A ('orll' ', Clerk-John Vinzant, .I r.,: hike (.it,'City. t''''101"i/ SIf"'Y"X.) Cox, Perry. after the list Monday of November. A.
Forever in this perfcutppuce Tallahassee.Sojicrintentlciil: ( hlird'iof'. HrrcHHc--John C. ( 'alho mi, I II):I 11"71
'rtilT-.J. W. Lake (
( Perry City.
-li. (.',''A, (\nirierJonrnnl.JEFFKKSOXVIM.E of I'tililic 1 ureuet, oa-\V.1'. Affenfir nf 7I".t'8'-L.; \\'. Kivers; Lake )Perry.Afufffnr. And ill each of the respective! Counties I of
; (LSD J laisley( Tmmllahatss'c..IdfrtlgdieierniJ.: nf! Tiitcf-Win. I H. Parker, Perr.IT. .\'. the :State a (General; Election fur its constitutional

- J. Dickison; : Talla City.Ctilleetitf (if TaresThusV.. (ict/eii. Lake JOHN'S: corxTY. number of members of the (General;
.SIViTfl3lMiaitA Z70.V. i hassee.Commissioner! Assembly: to wit:
e VXlTlin City. (nJ/f"t.lltrlfC- .1 11. Cooper, St. Augustine.
: Escamhia t three *
; ) fl't h1.'rcltI'h county
of IlIIlIIifl'tlti'lII-lIr. ;
t<: criiilcinlciit; uti Potsdamer .
According to ofllcia statistics I : 4,7SiO25persons : < ufSrhoo/s-.J Il!' ,
Hosa I two
have ('tHijruh..frollt. all parts of the Jacksonville.M'PKEMK) Lake (City. Clt'/'I.-IJartolo/ I'. Oliveros! :St.: .\mmgmi-t lime. :Santa\\'II\tolll'Ollllt\ county' two ;

world into the Unitd! :States! since l$ {ll.\ rol'IlT. )lU'VAl.( m ('fll' T\'. (../mrrif-A( N. l'al'l'tti:1.:: Augu.tine.Axscffot Holmes one;

During: this period thojircutcst' ( number I arriving Chief; Just iee-K.: M. Ilandall) .Jal'k!'>oll\'illc. Ctnnity Jmltji-William A. McLean, Jack of Tiuert-)D.ivid L. Dunham, $t. Washington county county;one;

in any OliO ycarVas 4.'S7,7.: <>, in 1872: ; Associate; Jitftice-.}. Westeott t, j jr., Tallalmsseo. '!- sonville. Aiigiiotiiio.Ciilltrtor/ Franklin county one; ..
the least: 89,00.in\! IWiJ; In 1H79! the figures Clerk Thomas E.: Itnckfiuii, Jacksonville.Klirrlff nf! It/'t'IIl/e-Jol'oel'h I F. Llambia!: Calhoun county one;
reached! :2">0.r><;J5! an inctisc I of !))7.V:\ S{ ns compared Afsneintc Justice; -It. IS. \Valkcnburg, t'ria h 11 utvdcti.lacksomilit., :St.:: .\1I II'tinc. Jackson three
\ county
from the Jacksonville.Clerk : ii/irriiiteiiili.'iit of Schools! -Thomas .\. Pa- ;
with 187S. JudJig returnsof laaraanrof TIIJTS-}Daniel). 1' :Smililh..lack- Liberty county 11111''nkll1a ;
this year, 1880 ill-hw( probably the -(:\ H.[ Foster, Tallahassee.! : sonville.Collector I cetti;, rat. Augustine.KfMTER. \\ \ county one; ,

t greatest flood( of cmigrtion yet on retool. finer JUIM ES. of Ie/'i"tlfc-Hl'nn'. A. L'Englc, COl'XTY. (Gadsdcn county three;

In Al'rlll\t 40,821({ : pcrsm arrived at New First Circuit; -Augustus Maxwell: ( Pcnsacola. Jacksitnvillcirrrprriolcudent:. County Jmli/e-Henry[ S.Cassidy: lA'csburg. Leon county\ four;
taw York, as against: 17,
000 people emigrating la year, 184,211 came Second C.clf/'l-a\l.l) H.Walker, Tallahas sell)) Jacksonville.: (/:-J. S. Dyches) 'Leesburg.A : Madison( : county three;
from Europe, 9,218fronisia: 20 from .Africa; .. Tajrc Htitchinson .
HAMILTON rol'XTY. of *-Joseph: Taylor county one;
q .53,2(57( from ISritUh Ndh America, 1,318: see.Third Circuit-E.: J. Vann, Madison.( CunittiJitilifc-Henry J. :Stewart: Jasper.! Ixrslmrg.Collector. Hamilton county two;

from theVest India then-were llands. From the FOlfrth'rlllIt.; $. ArcbibalIJacksonA Clerk-Itob'ert ;. Stewart, Jasper.Mirriff : \ of /JI'I'I''w-.JollIt. Dyches) :Suwunnce: county two;
United Kingdom 78,421:! being
vii It. ( James )[. Duncan) Jasper". Lcesburg.&njierinfeiitlcnt. Lafayette county\ one;
jI 40,997!!!) from England, 11' .il from Ireland, .o.OI.l.f-l; [. II. Duncan ( :olla'"hill'OIlIlt' three
8,728 from Scotland I, iinfl,010 from Wales. Fifth Circuit; -James IS. ]Hawkins, Gaines'! Amu-funr of THJ-CX-J. T. (Cooper, Ancrum.Collector of ;
ville. of 11'11"1'-.1. 1' H. o; pod I)It read, Lake Gritlin. Alachua county four;
4MI: from Austria
From Germany?came ; Sixth Circuit-11. Mitchell, Tampa. ISenton. (Columbia; ('011111SUI'rlIlt'lcIIl \'. srXVANNEE: ('OI.STY.c.H1ut : Levy county two; 1\
Sweden and Nor-
frti :
and Hungary\ ,777 ; r ..SrCnt'irceitV., ; Archer Cocke Sanord. ; S'I"'ol.Jo hllll H. IJob- ISradfonl: county-two; ;
wav, :2(5,147(; ; from Dctiark: :3i12:\:!; frolllHw1t7.erlllnll,3M3I of !! Judijc; -Michael .A. Clouts, LiveOak. ('lay'coIIIII one;
and erts, Ancrum. .
; ISel mi) Holland; 1 laker 1'0111110111'
1,952: ; France, 4,121 ; ly, !9,027:! ; llnssia, C'ourt C'lilt'iHltir. IIEII .':SIIl' IllfXTV.: Clerk Itobert' A. Reid, Live Oak. Nassau: county' two;
3,784 ; l'ulal1l1I'uln: nd. Portugal each Till imP cnirviT.E. (hll/lti i Jmli/c/ \\*. L. Fricrson, ISrooksville. : "':lwrlT-.Johll(( 1 L'!. :Session:: : '(, Live Oak Duval I county\ four;

stlppliedasntall niiml All the Asiatic J. Vann, Judge ; Win. B. Taylor, State's Assessor of Titres-11'. 11, Hl''osioll'd.- :St. Johns ('county two;
immigrants, except 29 line from China. Attorney.ftjiriny ( If'fJ.. C.' Law, ISrooksville.Sheriff : horn. Volusia! ; county one;
It is interesting: to turn tin-distribution of 1'f'I'lIt- -J. IS. .Mickler, ISrooksvillc.AwnKur Collector of( Herciuic: -Itobert: F. Allison: Orange) county two;

these various: national]! '. The emigrants Taylor, 2d Monday( in April. of"libel-\V.1L Garrson: ISrookiville. .I.I n' ( )ak. Putnam county two;
Britain and itish !\'MthlIIl'r. >'" rintcndent of .III"I.-J./ O. C. Jones!
from Great Madison, :3d Monday( \ in April.\ /11 Marion county two;
lea arc scattered princii y over the Eastern: Hamilton 4th Monday[ ; III April.Suwunncc Collector of 1'erenuc/ -F. lI. Townscnd.llrooksville. Live Oak. Sumter county t two,;
and Middle States ; th :\vedish and Norwegian : 1st Monday alter 4th Monday( I vot.rsn ('OI'. TY. Hernando J [ county t two;
are almost: enti'v' confined to the in April. Suprrinfcarlentrf''r1ouIa-Dr.; :S.: Stringer, County .Ta"-J.'fl',1., I. Lal'enoticre, Enterprise' I Hillshorough[ county two;

agricultural districts of "I'on:4lnl\llll: Minnesota Columbia, 2.1 Monday[ after 1th Monday ISrooksville. : Polk county one;
: while tho Genii! occupy\ almost the Clerk John AV. Hickins,
in April.Ijii'aycttc. U]IIt.I.. I"lim! U ill l l fofNTY. Manatee county one;
same ground as the glish; ; Irish, ami A'/u'rij-1V. A. Cone, .
:&11hmidayafter 1th Monday( in L. Vane Enterprise.Assessor Dade county one;;
nlllttyffltlr1I. lhmpt.Clerkl'nlr
Welsh but concentrate the west shorescourse
1 i : 1il.mf-lIl'"jallllll Ilichardson( ISrevanl:
April. county one;
of Lake Michigan: and ) ill almostof (C. Brown, Tampa.Meri .
: Full Ternt'l'aylor Enterprise.Collector Monroe( county two.
{ l>. Isaac .
the poulous cent of the Northern 2d Monday( in October. 'I'nxra-L.Craft.! ( !I.Tampa.Aimeor Leslie) of J:1't'C/I'lf'-Johll IS. Jordan De- And nil the same day there will he held
of 1'1111I)1:1.
States, while largo mi ers are scattered Madison! 3d Monday( in October.Ihunilton Collector iif! Ilerr'auV.. .F. I Hurts, Tampa.Si ) Laml.tdiftfrintenilent I. in each county\ of the State a General: Election

throughout Texas. 4th Monday( in October.Suwannec < >erintciittcnt of Sdwul.<-II. L. Crane, of Sd"wl.f-.Jatlll's II. Chandler for Constables, each county being 'itI. l.
!' :: 1st Monday after 4fh Monday Tampa.l Enterprise.: lowed and entitled to one Constable for

SPEAKIXU of the IIICIHI made by the in October. JEFFERSON.Coiinti : WAKl'LLA fol'NTY. every two hundred registered voters in the
English company repressed by Mr.( :Thos. Columbia, :2d Monday after Ith Monday[ In O"IJmlJC-\\". T. Jlumlt'rnwti'l'llville.'l'rW'W. county\ ; I'rorided hom-rer/ that no county 'r( 1 -.
Hughes, tho New; York: \traM ways! : "It i is October.Lafayette. / .!/IIIf-A. (Whitner, Muoticdlu.SheriV. [ / Walker, Crawfordville.Clerk shall rUln'III0rt.' than twelve Constables I; yet
noteworthy thut after iwide survey this: .Til Monthly[ after 4th Monday[ in ( /. ISailcy, lbamtirello.Clerk11,11 ( -Nat. Walker 1: Crawfordville.Kiilteriatemlent that each county\ :shall\ be entitled to at least

company selected a lojion in the very October. : J. I Lumar, Monticello.Superintendent of Schools. -John L. Crawford two Constables, regardless: of the number of ,
heart of tho $outh. It-sromoters are nol Forirni ciRCUIT of "il'lool.f-.J. It. Chri>tie, Crawfordville. registered voters.WHEREIN .

ignorant of America, audio mark of confidence K. Archibald, Judge; Samuel Y. Finley, Monticello. t Ijitnly Trensufer-\\. Duval, Crawford ", : the Legislature of the State of I
they have bestoU t on one of the State's; Attorney.Sjirinii CoiiHtii/ : T"clmll'l'I'r.. Simmons: ville. Florida, of A. D. 177, did determine by a
much abused Southern fes is: creditable to 1't'rm- Monticello. Collector of ilercnne-\V. H. \Valktr.Crawfurdvillc. vote of a majority of nil the members electedto !
Palmer / -
their intelligence and IiIi lity. The South St. John's :3d Tuesday in March.Clay ( Collector of Jlrrenue-Juseplm Mon I each of the houses thereof, that it is necessary
Is accused of bigoted, t soci intolerance anti 4th in March.[ t ticello.Aisctiuir i to cause a revision of the entire
Tuesday Assessor 1 of Tn.res-ticn. I" Register, Crawfordville.
of 'Jil.lrs-J. P. (irantham, Monticello. -
yet this English companas gone into the Bradford Tuesday in April.. : Constitution! of said. :State, and did enter

middle of that section to-, experiment ISakcr, 2d Tuesday in April. !such determination upon their respectivejournals
which deviates w.idely fr< ordinary usage., Nassau, 3d Tuesday. in April.Duvul LAFAYETTE ('ol' T\ -, : with!! the yeas anil nays thereon!
They have no. reason to fi that the'ir'Onti. 3d. Tuesday ,in -May.( County Jndiie"'. J. Dixon New Troy.Shrrilf I.cgal Advertisement; and did refer the same to the'Legislatnrcthen
dence in the South is l isplaced. Their Full 7't'rIll- I =J. J. Johnson New Tmy. -- ---- next to be chosen: ; and whereas! the

property personal rid. will be protected St. John's :3d Tuesday! in September. Clerk Howell Hawkins, New ry. NO'I'J( K OF EC7'IN.: Legislature of !'ailtllte:: then next chosen, .
by just anti equal law lf hough for 'live Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. fyterinteHileiitof&choolji. -J. (t'. Uamsey, New to wit: the Legislature of A. n, 1X79 did, by ..
years at least! the colonistiumot vote, and Bradford 1st: Tuesday in October. Troy.C To all foil: singular! the Sheriffs of the Stale of a majurityni'mmll the members elected toeach
will have no share in thevcrnmcnt of the Baker, Tuesday in October. Cnity, Tr'lf. /Irf'f-.1..T. l'ailltl'rlil'wTro! )'. Florida : house thereof, agree; to "such pro used! revision .- ,
t btate, or of the four count in which their Nassau. 3d Tuesday in October. Collector of Itcreitue-Newton :Sapjt: '\ New KNOW YE, that iV.. I). ULOXHAM, Secretary ; and whereas, the Legislature; of 1879! did, '
homes ore located. It mil )be well if our Duval, 3d Tuesday! in November. Tmy.Awtaor, of State:: of the :State: of Florida dohereby by resolution duly paxsedrerommeudtotime I
own countrymen wouldilgi, the South of( Tares-\V. A\*. Cottri-11, New notify all and singular the :Sheriffs: of electors of f the next election for the members
with the same generosity 4 candor us these FIFTH C1RCTIT.James Troy. the several Counties of the State of Florida, of the Legislature to vote for or against a

intelligent Englishmen/: ; IS. Dawkins. Judge ; W A. Hocker, I.KOX: COfSTY.County : that Convention, and did therein provide and direct

: I :Solicitor, Jutljc H. C. 1'ippey' Tulhlhn:<:"I'('. A 'IlC'rlll< Klee.tlon that the N'l'rl'larofOtatl' should incor-
THE colony which l\rrlutlllag Hughes Spring Tt'rm- 1aeriI-A. Mofdey! Tullaha"see.: l>orate, with the notice of the General Election
intends: forming in caste Tennessee, in Sumter, 2d Monday in March.[ Clerk(,. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.ftitjHrlnteudeiit : Will \be held in each County in Florida, to be held III the year 18SO, a notice of

connection with some of/r ISoston philanthropists :Marion, Monday in Match.Alachua ; vf Schools-Henry N. Fclkcl, !such fl'l'UIllIllt'llIll1tiulI'ith projK-r instructions
: is not to be cily a home for 1st Monday[ after 4th Monday in Tallahassee ON TUESDAY: NEXT: :SUCCEEDING: THE as to the mode of compliance with

the destitute Those whole come across March. 71'1I811rt'r-.1. TJ. Dcmilly. Tallahassee. FIKST MONDAY IN NOVEM-: ( such recommendation;
from England with him iueedy only in Levy, 3d Monday after 4th Monday[ inMarch. ,, Collector of J:11'1"We-C. C. Pearce, Talla 11EU.: .1.1). 1oO.Time ."fllI', therefore, notice of such recommendation t
[ .
is hereby given and the
the sense that they have the means: to hassee. following instructions
t supply the excessive" wan f the class of March Putnam. 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in .itaea.ur of 1'u.rcB-lt A. :Shine: Tallahassee !said Tuesday; being the second day of are h'rl'lty'n as to the malerat'cumplianccwititsllhreevmnuendatiun ." ..

society to which they bclY That they : f i
\ Full TernSumter said November, 1st. Any elector desiring! to such )
will make good. colonists tlmve not the LEVY COl'XTY.County ; vote ut .
4th Monday[ in October. For a Governor ami Lieutenant Governor election 1 in favor of such
doubt tor thousands least have already, come over III'4n.have same settled Marion( 1st Monday( after 4th Monday in Clerk-J.Judge M. -ISarco W. H., ISronson.:St-bring: llromsun; of the State of Florida and for Four Electors have written or printed on the same ballot
of President and Vice-President of theenitl..l
down o'n ranches in Cauia| and cattle on which the 1 names f the i person or persons
/ ht'riff11.. Fillia niO II, ISronsun.Tofts .
Alachua oil after 4th in States! I
and in Monday Monday ; voted for for any office or offices ut said election \
in Texas

ranges great majority October.Levy1st. .fues.r/f -J. :M.[ \\ llis. ISronson. For one Representative of the First Con ,
have done well. are written or printed, and on the same I
of eases ffl'IIIIt'-J\ t McJrew
('ullcctur of District of Florida in
.: Monday after 4th Monday in urosional side thereof as such names are written or I
t ovemucr.Putnam. lironson. Congress of the United States ; printed, and not the
Ne\ on other side, the words
THE testimony from ork, Cincinnati ernteiiileitt c/lOo1Il-Jos. F. :Strands:
: 2d h.t tiuj> of For one Representative: of the Second "
\ : Tuesdayafter Monday ; For a Convention ; and elector desiring ,
IndiannpolU and St. 'Jn is unanimous Uronson. any
District of Florida
: December Congressional in the to vote
against Mich i
u Convention shall
in ascribing to the Sovrn people a :MADIKiN tWXTY.CviintyJiulije : of the United
Forty-seventh! Congress States. have
or printed on such ballot t
wonderful gri'e prospered', commercial -ll, M. Witliersjuxjii, Madi( ,And on the same day a General Election: the mitt thereof above on
Cocke .\. Clair
activity, and a readmesstlj to trade i William Archer Judge; St.: will be heldin prescribed, the words ,

and to ,[lay, which exhibits ale, evidencesof Abrams, :State's: Attorney. son.Sheriff-T.. II. Willa I'll, Madison.Clerk [ the County of Ecambia for a Senator "Against oTE.-a Nothing Convention.herein is intended
a well-settled, well-governjominunity, Spring Trrutmilusla,1st-- ; -John M. ISeggs, MadisongiifxriittenileHt from the First senatorial District ; elector who prevent
any desire
The Idea that such a coining is on the \ Monday in May. may to vote for
of ftehuvlt-K.: S. Tyner, In the County of Jackson for a Senator or against" a Convention but
verge of anarchy, deliberata.lotting\ to Hrevard, 211 l Monday in May.[ Madison, from the Third Senatorial District ; to vote for may: not intend

overthrow the govenimentibling]( the Orange, 3d Monday in May. County Treasurer$: S. :Smith: Madison In the Counties of Calhoun and Franklinfor voting on the any Convention person for any office, from

national debt, depreciating destroying Dude, 2d Monday in June. Collector of Ret'lIIctn.. Warring, Madson. a Senator from the Fifth Senatorial District elector is to be iwinitted question, but no
to vote
more than
would not moment
the national credit, a Full Term-
tae tolerated by any rational lIut, intoxicated \'olusia,1st! Monday November.llrcvard { assessor. of ut8-ll.. D. Wads worth, Mad In ;the Counties of Liberty and Wakulla one sons ballot for offices on the and plea for of voting for both |>er-
animosity>t'troit Free 2d) in Xnvemlier.Orange or against a Conven-
with political Monday ison. for a Senator from the Seventh Senatorial tion. Only one ballot
'. 3d Monday in November.Dade should be received
Press :MANATEE ('()t"\-ry. District: ; from each elector at ilu'h'eleion.
-- -- 2d Monday in December.County In the of Jelfl'r..nfor Senator
WJIEx the senate vas debut |Ill' bill to County Judge-K. M. Graham, Manatee. County a 2d. The \"otesI."t on this question shall
from the !Ninth Senatorial District
free Kirk. T-lobert S, Griffith Manatee ; be canvassed and declarations and
admit classical antiquities It\ return
of Hamilton for
In the Senator
wood, of Iowa, managed to I; On an OIHcerw. l'luTiff--Wm. C. Hay man. Pine Level. from the County Eleventh Senatorial District a tlll'rl'Ohhall be made I by the Insiiectors. and
the duty Attttwr Win. F. I'arrish 1'ar- ; by County Canvassing IJoanls and the : t L
amendment remitting Milt used AL.VCIII-.V forxTV.Countfi of T in curing, meat for export. CIa.lI antiquities Juiljt-Junius e. Gardner, Gaines rish. from the Thirteenth Senatorial District Canvassing Hoard, in the same manner and
and (Uector Rn'clwe-lariol1 G. Carlton, ; at the same times as votes cast for
and halt, sentiment lage 5 A ville. of In the County of Bradford for a Senator for persons "
offices at said
Western man is nothing if noticrittslurg .- Clerk-J. .\. Carlisle, Gainesville.Sheriff Pine lA'vtl.SujMfrintendent. from the }Fifteenth Senatorial" District ; 111to be election and required bv r
Tekrraph.SOME ._ > -John W. Turner, Gainraville. of School*-Felix J. Sewanl, In the County of Putnam for a Senator attention canvassed of :declared and returned"The .
- --- .... 7iu-J.. Doll Gainesville. Pino Level. :Sheriffs is called to the
*.uor of from the Seventeenth Senatorial District ; law requiring them
gentlemen were remarj on the (bllectotuf Jttreuut-ii. 1'. Thomas, Gaiiu-s- i MARION x rxTY. In the County of Marion for a Senator" election to he to cause a notice of said
entire absence of resemblance Wn. two ville.SujteriideiukiU.. Ctiunty Jiulie! -J. M. Mclnto-sh, O 'ala. from the Nineteenth Senatorial District ; printed the published in a new81'al'er t
brothers. "1 consider them strikl alike, vf &>.HM>I-(>. A. Myers, Clerk-H.. lung, (Vala. In the Counties of Dade and ISrevanl fora the and county if there be a paper in
if tW
said one of the part, "Alike (claimed Gainesville. Sheriff- F. D. 1'.1l I.'r, Ocala. :Senator: from the Twenty-first Senatorial !" county m the; be no i-aper pubhshed ,
the astonished group ; "why, wjikenessyou BAKER l'Ol'STOJlfIIllJwlH'Jnn. \'. .4snawrf( T'ucct-Thomas ISarco, Cotton District ; five county, they shall cause at least
can }possibly; between thei "Well, Plant. In the of Sumter for a Senator copies ofthtlunhce to be posted in the
11. Henidon.Sanderson.Clerk most public '
fools! 1' : ) places in the
confounded :
tuey're both IIi the -}'. 'J, Pony! $autlerwon.SheriffJ. lUlector of flt.t'ClUlt-'nler: N. Fur, from the Twenty-third; Senatorial District ; Ix TfcsTiMoxy WHEBEOF runt I

\111 .. C. Williams, SNimlcrson.A Oeala.SujierintenJeHt. In the County Walton for a Senator unto set hand and, have here
have .
\YHKH Dr,JI"d Lawyer A. t walking twr of TtUt0.: I, Ilogerson, San of. School*-II. C. Martin, from Twenty-fifth Senatorial District : unto my the Great here .
afxt Seal) of the
arm-in-arm a wag said toVrit; ( : derson.Collector. Fort McCoy. (In the Counties of Polk and Manatee for State at Tallahassee ,

These two areJust equal to on |iwaymau. r of Rn'elUlt"-Hichal'li Kennedy, :MONROE eOfSTY.County a Senator from the Twenty-seventh Sf; na- [I..s.1] the ( 1lori.l., the fourth ,!'
"WByfBasked his frig Ue. Darbyville.uirintendentt\ Jtuljf-Chas. J.: Moron, Key Vest. I torial District) : : August, A. D. IKNIv Ih. ( f
cause" rejoined tie wag, it 13 i a ]Lr and '1&'At. I In the County of'ulusia, for a Senator W J).

a doctor-your me +y or your lift Sheriff lUchard Curry, Key West. trout the Twenty-ninth) N'natorialli.trict ; l r :Secretary



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Kenl IMate.:" i3nxGooDs AGlttCULTUlt.lT* Just the bill he wishes to fill. tf n potato i N
-- -- ---- -- to be Improved, lot one .( Wt, just!' such
: A DiMixt'TtVE On\XIIK.: -.\ pccics of or- tubers' as \he regards( as the M'>ry |1)1.'t "iiited''
: : ron NAMi: KY MOODS norsr: or to the purpose\ and for n few 'l'n1"l plant
AT Tin: rorri'Ait I> nnge called the A"nm (,hunt is grown In the )
.1 only such ; and, the improvement in !shape' ,
----- :South: of China-it is also grown in .Japan size: and quality of tho; variety will mVe
Jt .................. ....... -' rIIr'TDD. and i Is ('tHl"i.h'rl'lmlll'h more}hardy than the know by experience and observation, be
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tt ++ = .zi larger Mandarin orange very gre'nt. If onions, let one go over the
T p" onion; bed. and.l select those that ripen first
F' A UISIIC.UI.I110'1'1:1: : : --.- The plants are cultivated in rows and
? !. pro\ th'tllhl' are of suitable !size' and !shape' ( ,
c 1-. : grow to n height of from three to six i : feet. and sa\c sit(( for seed.'and by so doing fr

++++,...... .................. ............................. ......+++. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SllOUS, The fruit ripens late in autumn, and attains afawycarsgreat impi-oreiix\, 'nt'will be made
This will hold trueth\ nearly, If not
i 'v l'itlt\tt'.l,1irertl: on the Railroad, XO'l'IOXSXU ..'.\xc., UOOIIS.rilHE the size of a large oval gooseberry, having' a ,quite all kinds: of vegetablesWe .
.t sweet rind and u sharp' acid pulp It i is
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largely mod by I the Chinese as n preserve.Prescncd cabbage: known as Drumhead savoy wa*
.: T! IN ONE OF THE: f ft JL CANNOT HE: UNDERSOLD.Urge : :; ) ) in it i is said to be excellent. I first. introduced, very t llw of them! were'good.They I.
**>* J *< *** sugar
r' ; ; shipments of 1"1,1XU WIXTKIl: S received weekly wore long joint( with loose heads, ill
In China i is u
I HEALTHIEST: PARTS OF FLORIDA \ propagated by grafting on shaped; and not very IrlV. We selected a

U......... ..................................................:+ JLVWholesale and Retail. Orders by mail receive prompt attention.\ prickly wild I species of citrus: hardier t than few of those plants (hi. : came the nearest to

pa' New York Office, 1 ,1..t 'I' { v it n \) X.Kl'or.l'I'ntrl'mllIThir.l.( the Kumtjunt itself: In fact. it is said this our notions of what :l.rood, cabbairo' !should

'v' For particulars address 3'Talkerstreet. 1 _" )j___ __ __ Fornandina Fla.SANB011N wild species, the citrus trifoliata, will standa be, :and saved themfor seed. Year after
t';; FJ.OHtII.lIntWI) :, year we did the saml thing, until we had
zero frost, and i is used in Japan to propagate ;
such (that the
&Mf Fernandina, Fla.TIIH & HOYT seed of suneriorjiuality fann
: all speiies of the citrus trite Specimens ers' about, who knowlhe fact, wore willingto

I'LOltm.V of this: Kum (Juat: exist t in the government I pay; a very high I if ce for it, and \it was
1'1<:l'O STREET: : ; NEAR CENTRE.: : even'cheap (then, f'i' every seed that was
but efforts
collection at Washington,
allowed to grow pniuced. a superior cab
T AND AND IMMIGRATION COMPA'Y WHOLESALE AXI> UKTUL at grafting it with the common orange have bage. I

:1 not )been suea-ssful. The grafts will take Corn can be voroasilv changed in its
CJIANDLE11S habits. If one wisl! ;* to obtain a low .
OFFERS GROCERS SHIP. but produce no growth, and will not asiimilute. i growing
variety let him eeL each year such for

seed. ]If early corais wanted, select that
600.000're* Tel FKUIT TntI,.:.-lt is estimated that which matures flr-tiif long ears'!, (then work

*, *" *" "'__* '" *__* than two millions of acres i in the for that ; If eight, t th twelve, fourteen, sixteen .

Of the mostACCESSIULE'AND IIA V I I CThiij I I OATS I I -HUH--{ I I -run-: I -I'.TC.: I more United, States are cultivated in on hards, and go for or that.eighteen It i is earl.jrprising 1! corn is what wanted may, then ho
4 the value of the apple\ crop was stated in the done in this directih, with a little extra'care

; DESIRAHLEIAXIW : --- census rl'lllrnlllf 1870\ to be worth over 1 fifty and" patience. It.i/always/ best for every
farmer who can to also his own !seed anil;
orchard of Ohio alone
million The wore
I IX THE A LARGE: STOCK OF FURNITURE: ALWAYS: ON HAND. then he always k ws or ought to know
estimated I to produce fruit to the value of what be has. Thils the season of the year

STATE:: OF FLORIDA, _2-lMy! '4_ $7,000txio.\) The increase since IslO l must beat when these thing! }houltl be remembered., ,
loaxt double. Lot us all give inoj. attention to this: important -
ARLINGTON NURSERIES. ( subject-'u -!1f1ti"flnli. t.
The peach is: hardly second to the apple in
At only $I.2.5 I'l'rl'rc to new settlers, with
its marketable value and is 1 to -
the privilege\ of selection in parcels of 40 -- : supposed exceed 110 USLIIOi> KX i1. LLJGE.
millions of dollars
acres or more. These lands are located( on
and adjacent to the line of the TUCn.I( .\r, aortal SI 'II.'l'nCn.I\I, FiiriT TKIIN: : I/SIS.1)1(11): : Of small fruits the consumption I Is very ll\KH: P.\X\X Take ripe, firm bana-
large and reaches many millions dollars tills, with the ski on, and put them in an

tOl'S: and rviiuuir.siucritsund: : : FLOWIIII\: IAXT.S. The amounts in value to millions hot oven for 111 minutes ; !'l'rhot..
ATLANTIC, GULF AND WEST INDIA grape crop They will be fou u delightful vegetable,
-- principally in the shape of wine. anil" far more <' Dstible than when eaten

TRANSIT CO.'S R. R., Pears are 1' estimated $14,(>oOooo.) Of the raw.

NEW.vxn: CHOICE: VARIETIES: lliidded Orange Trees MADE: A :SPECIALTY.: produce of (the orange groves: of the United LI.MOX: ..Inl'Irnll'! the rind ami take

extending from FERNANDINA on (the Atlantic States no known statistics: can: be had, but it the juice of one lion pare and grate six
-- sour apples' one p Ut'sligiir, one egg, one
to CEDAR KEY: on the Gulf coa-t', is: probably), still in its: Infancy. Florida has teaspooiiful oflr; boat all\ lh mro11l lily

thus affording( to the producer cheap, constant lr-jO-Scnd, :::: for Descriptive' Catalogue. just begun to ship' strawberries) and perhaps' ti'gethcrmuul let come to a boil This: i-l:

and rapid' transportation to the best AMHICT: i. IIIU"'I.rr: l.r 0) to :($(),00,1,
markets. Itf JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. Virginia in 1877 tthil'l'l'tlonr three! million other jolly.
._ H.\I.T-\Sn-\\'A- I.unJ.illH':4
I : prepared
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The belt of country' traversed by the Transit quarts.
in this war an sod where they grow as
R. R. embraces "TIJC.'OX. <; nits 4V ('0., l.rO..NNlolI..llllul. ItiiMiiiOMS" ,, ('ards THE SCAI.K: IXSEIT: : ox: THE Olt\sm-Thi-l: : pickles' \\ ash d dry your limes, prick
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( Importers' and Dealers in destructive insect, which at one time almost each one III a drn places: with a noodle,
I)r. AUTIIUIl ('. FOUR, )put them in a hie jar, and cover with a
EVERY VARIETY OF SOILto destroyed the orange trees in Florida still
cold brine n thin board and
::: ( : : exists, and although( not so destructive, i is: keep\ till limJuider the water. To make

be found in the :State:; a large proportion C]? ClSI'1 1 r J
being peculiarly adapted to the culture of Fourth S#, bet.! Centre and Alachua, Public (Gardens in Washington has ascertained salt and a |f dozen pods of red P'I-:

SKMi-Tnonc.\L: FUVITS and Early: Vegetables! : 48 tf FERNANDINA: FLA that the simplest\' remedy is coal oil per.HOILKU: I'm r-its.-Take half a do/on

and The, Istrye, Cuinjxict liodles of Tmt! >rr fly II.VY STREET= and water. The proportion' recommended is large young culnbers, wash and quarter

"'JI. n. c.' nvn\KK, of oil to live gallons\ of water, frequently ) them in of \
make these lands worthy of VAIIKFUL A'A"AMIXATIOX Suviimiiili, Georgia. a gill length-wise! ; p a chit boiling
by manufacturers of LVMBERAXD : repeated.\, Mr. Furman, at Fairbanks water with twolspoon fuls( ; let them
NAVAL STOKES.NEW:: their Keep celebrated! constantly<
CEXTKK: ST., M\II" R. R. DEPOT, cleared infected trees without any in ry though thols' water you use the bettor

SETTLERS $i1"' MANIPULATED CUANO.-rt-sv jury. It is applied\, with a sprinkler' after they are ; drub lcrfl'c.tly dry and serve on
FERNANDIXA, FLA. shaken buttered toast, jh butter, salt if necessary,
tr 1' Nothing better can be bad for fall and winter being w and a little wit Pl'I'p'r.
Purchasing land from this company are furnished crops. Price FIVE: DOLLARS PER: hay, Corn OatN.' 1'SIIILAOE.-The: above word means the
with entire free jtaasage on the Trani. BAG.; or FIFTY DOLLARS:: PER: TON, storage of grain or roots in pits, and the To) COOK I Ij> HEfK.: -Cut tho hoof in
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I. F.O.It railroad steamer at Savannah. word silo the pit or trench in which the thin slices, pi. in the spider and<<1 pour
hit Railroad for family and personal effectsto : ('IICr""UII" and HiilliliiiKCONTRACTOR hot water onami sicken with a little "flour
Send for circulars giving certificates, etc. (grain or roots arc stored( or ensilaged. Ensilage :
the station nearest the land -- ---- ---- -- ---- ---- ----- water stir monthly Then
purchased.TITLE i is! a vuluahlo invention and !bids fair to season
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COMPLETE, being derived by Hook, and Stationery. J.\JUH: McGIFFIN become a valuable acquisition to our farm with, butter, s :uid l iN'pi per, boil about five
minutes, and le boiling. break in one or
enables\ farmers
-- - -- i ing. Thu process preserve
grant from the United States and purchase iioitAci': niiiMV, / AND IHTILDER, at a small cost! green orV.t forage two eggs, and all together. Halve and
from the State of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE. which cannot be. cheaply' dried< of value in countries where and poll ) mixture upon them. It
proved special
Alachua Street, between Second and TJiird/ ,
Wholesale and Retail is nice i ixl.Auuowuooifcmu.Mi..
: SOLICITED the weather will not permit the preservation : very

'. FERNANDINA, 1<'1.\, of fodder by the usual method," of drying. : .-Take u quart of

Descriptive! :M\W and CIRCCLXRS mailed on T300KN, STATIONERY In this country the process is mostly applied' rich milk aiJ> that put three-and-a-half(
Orders and estimates from a distance carefully to pre.Mcrvu corn, t fodder pea vines, beet! tcucupfuls olfowroot ; to this add a green
\ application.
attended to. 25-tf leaves and the like.
oivu grated bitter almonds
CIIAS. W. LEWIS, l peach-leaf I ;
And ?
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ENHII.AOK E OK 1''llIlI.-Tho': following is from boil until snfli, stirring constantly: take
Land Commissioner. O. N. OAKES: an exchange. The experiment can ho easily oil the lire a flow to cool ; when cold add
i Office cor. Beach and Seventh Sts. 50 WEST BAY STRET, tried, and will doubtless be well worth the the yolks whites of four eggs: which

16-tf / 10NTRATOR AND RUILDER, trouble f if the statement prot' to ho (cor have been I If-'li up thoroughly;; ;sweeten

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA rect. For years It has been the practice in to taste-ontarter of 1'0Ulltiof sugar Is
I TIIK FLORIDA MAXLTACTrKES: Germany of cutting corn fodder \Into small sitfllcient ; jf> lemon-peel, and add a lit.
pieces in summer and by burying them tic of the jl buku for an hour and cut
IMPROVEMENT: COMPANY MOtTLIH (j-l: BRACKETS: SAWED AND the earth preserves their freshness: until cold /

TOWS TURNED LUSTERS: NEWELS: : wanted in winter for cow feed. This Is MILK To-Cait your bread rather thick,
1rSchool Books a HI.t"'laU,. tk STAIR RAILS, WOOD EAVES-: : called preserving by "ensilage.! By an about throifirters of an Inch, allowing a.
'rHot (/liS. SHEATHING: accident a 1<'renchllulIcuvl'rltl: up some slice for CUI 'T/on ; toast it quickly twforl-
WYLLY &V CLARKS:, lvi.1'ri: ,:ltnoAIt!)- eggs: with fresh (earth and an ('IIUalllcclcll'lIt bright (11 r) n rich brown ; dip lI htJvillto

I'cmaiidiiia ( ((' !!.'! to J, M. Cooper & Co.,]) INGA.vn (FLOORINJ.. discovered: the eggs again. The eggs werecovered boilinPter ; butter eouh slice andpIcin !
from September to spring mindtPronounced
up to bo
{ the hoI served in ; for five -
Towns" on R. K. Line, DEALERS IXjjurSchool as: fresh. as if just! laid, and tit sons take fart of milk, boil!! with a tea.sjNonfu1' -
Slalr and (:'luirrh H'ork for either' eating or Hotting. /Suppose some
ilt and when
And Cedar Key. and MlMeellaiieoiiMtsffl ] at the full boil
',1\ I A SI'ECIAUFV.DOORS of our numerous readers try this plan and add a hfig. tablespoon of butter,
; report what luck.-(Julvrailo liurnl life
f creamed ua light one of Hour ; stir the
'J AND WINDOW FRAMES: I'uoriTrt or HtF..IOEI'ISlI.-\\tell! this milk until* as thick as cream ; pour over
.- ; brunch of industry practiced in a careful the toa t r erve immediately.HiKr.iif .
Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a largenumber { HOOKS = HOOKS | OlMcc/ flux 17.. and intelligent) manner there' (is no ordinary : ToEs.--Slx medium-sized tomatoes .
within the
-, of the 1I\()'-t eligible and desirable V- 9 -. jan Fernandiiia, Fla. remunerates wope' of my experiencethat heckeepiug. >fl, one large onion hiked, twoslices
1 J as satisfactorily as -
for lousiness for Si J GUild. luck" is ) of M cut into small pieces ; cover
t: hits, suitable Puqioses, or ----- -- -- ---- g'xid, intelligentmanagement ) /of the
and bud-luck" U (ho t the loU pun with pieces of the
reverse. -
City or Suburban Residences i undertaking.It. broad ; I tf* this a layer of the tomatoes
invests in.
STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS OFALL ------ Many a person : a swarm min' few slices/
a of onion then again
of )
it make Ids
expecting to fortune.
UPON EASY TERMS. KINDS: 31. IIK.M>filSOV.Tl : He Is ignorant) of their wants, neglects tllem.XC'pt bread, t t/oos and onion, until all the material

\ Cur Congress and tit Julian Sts., to rub them of their honey, and \\r- i ifd ,butter; over all spread two table- I
Values allowed to AXD FUIINISIIIN(1VNIFItT.1KIIt : hubs destroy the They dwindle spoonfilf and d't'tIJ6lUh and !
Liberal Discounts on queen ,
I.tNUF.tC'rl'ltINO. ,
Nut before
tumuli, Georgia.NIoveM per/t/ setting in oven add
grow less, moth or robbers! attack them, the half' a d
(tarots! engaged in manufacturing or industrial - colony disappears! ami the owner curses the cf of boiling water ; bake in u .
and brisk < >ne hour. ThU U a capital dish J
TliiMare. f
: business! bail ,
the 11.'t a tlll4.'Cull1tioll.'ith
enterprise, who will erect on property -- proper much I. but not widely known. f
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care intelligent management, one year
I purcha.sed fcutatantial improvementsfor S TIIEETY: A- IIUOTIIKU; FIFTH ST., 0 FERNANDINA, FLA." with another, bees will average an increase CAB AL tu.-One tine head cabbage- .t I,

residence, or in which to conduct their Second of Its I pier cent clear of expense. The surplus ]half af of vinegar, four eggs: two tea-
: Street, uI"loite| Punt-Office, honey will .pay for the hive and care, I, sj>ooii'f| salt, one of mustard, one table-
cb business. and with ingenious finusMiig one may make IIMUII f sugar, Hutter the size! of an t

-,,, INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS fr6m two to four and sometimes ten or u egg. lae butter in the vinegar and let .
.. ,. duit-n (,loins from one, it being strong( anil thfiiiggs 0 to a boll, then jour it on the
I 4\' ; by exemption fur a term of years from having;: a prolific queen Iteiidesa fair increase t' (which have been well beaten) i

taxation, offered by the several cities and of It-es. instance are not rare whereone Mirri// briskly to prevent its becoming !
( "J hundred! and more jiound of mull tea oonful
) surplus IUIIII "|> celery seed and a
towns. Apply to j honey JHT hive have been taken in a ncason liuh nile 114.'I'J"'r. Half the above quantity
l JiTh
( from each colony. Thu 1 business N easy awl nnullkiont for u small family !If
: Heach & "th s ts.. Fernandina
... pirOllicc cor. > ill wn..tillg,ulltlway be JKrforrnelby womenor cggs/carce/ use half the quantity, adding I

J : 10-tf METALLIC CASKS.; WOODEN: COFFINS even: by children who havu. an aptitude u tc. I1ul of corn starch or lour.. ,
I c __ __ --- I ana taste lor it, J, K.; JO'OhlOY, I
AND CASKETS: ("*-a FBI-IT.-There Is nothing either
: 3: Seed* and Cinano.Gardeners. I h'I'ROVIf'Jor.rUL:: I.'e have frequently inyfiw or wonderful in the process of

I I Ilf![ I TRIMMINGS that with care greet improvement"' may I b,, de. fall thevjMirotiorfeniientation, while
made in well I
Market e vegetables as I as in Mock breed- I |Krr 'ling? excImK-n them Only one
: :CONSTANTLY: : ON IAND.ta'. lux, fruit. How-era, (.tt.. To illustrate, one all! tJ'UuII..n It. iiecetutary, and that i* to l
t wishes, to got the earliest tomato {possible, I at*ifclen boating or ciMiling of the cans.
.' BUY D. M. FERRY & Co.'s 1I 1 1I and at the name time 1It't'uro all the other A le* minon soune will prevent breakage t i'at

I STOVfJlJotEn.: : S, RANGEItS: : H."lil' wa..he.l and. dressed and j< ?n.t..l I gooil mialitiett, Much tLi g'M"1 .1 lta and color, lleflllt'nt hi.sb l Snartirura when the
I until I burial with solid ,tlr+i h, good flavor.evomifMi! of rll't.llill.t, > ( t
\ or without the u.of. i in. | ) cu ten surtlciently warmed and nodappnbended
I II It TIN AXD SJIECT-IRON: : WARE, JU-iiiuin exhuiiiiil and |>luuul in casts fur and not Um great growth of' vine. In ordt-r an ominous "click"wl }
SIIEhIEINIDhIS'For ROOFING AND GUTTERING, removal.Telegraphic. to combine all these! gi",d qualities In u ; I of a vaccuum formed underneath) : I
I orden promptly atttudeil tu. single variety, one must labor ixWMy for I a With a cold, wet towel, a dash of
CUCI'MHERVOI' : ) PUMP, ETC. 37.11111SU11aeRin1 several years, but he U sure of'uctf u in the cfiter, and noraetimea merely moving t

t sale by dealer throughout Florida. A large stock of Stoves on hand. Give; u* cud. He must select (the very earliest fruit; I I t lo-l can again a root urfaoe will crack

f Catalogue and price list free to all applicant a ("aU. and our price with those of : TO ami only that from the variety that couu*!: I ie knowledge why glass I will breakand t tI
I compare THE: MIRROR. $:: PER the clearest to bin Ideal, and continue to do J>'rcw o( a JIttlejutlgntentwildprevent
JU4res3 D. X. FEBBT A CO.. Detroit Blek.J other houses, here or elsewhere. ; fl for six moiitlu. thU. year after year always having an eye to l I. h disasters. ,r



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( LOCAL REFLECTIONS. new croton reservoir\..' awarded him at HANCOCK AM) 11LOXUAM.A Precincto.. 5-John AcostaV, W. Farmer 1'or llent.Tw l" r.ucli l lr'pair
in t >
_. ..._ his bid of nearly a half million of dollar! John Johnson.' e.ti\ t.daq l neighborh0ml dling-house\, and(\ cM-ec I ndesirallc
-- --------- -- -- --- Precinct No.C (!-\\ M.A anzant,1, .P. ITigginiulhatu1..1,11'ingate in !good,,
It. P. Flowers, of New York, who is largelyinterested Grand Democratic Rally Last resdence.Ma, '
(n. T. Mcwnrt. !summer tomas
; as
$.00 A YEAH $1,1/0 J.'OU 81X MOXT118. ; : '
.y ; stockholder bondholder and tyhl. if rc.-umd.. 1 'Appl., 1 {
as Precinct No. Thomas llad bt'kV.. T. would be, provided .
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----- IJ. Davis.
----- Uuosill J. FJ.ORIlITowJ
director in Northern railroads, is brother .
To Correspondent; *. and probably associated in the contract. HFUTVfD: FI.OQfXCE:: YCFfM II \ ,- Precinct No. 8-F. M. Conner. Opposite Lgmont
Precincto.. !)-\\'. A. Mahoney, J. II. --- ---
Corrcfjtondents an I l'c8on.i"rilJ/ ?ti'u4ne s Last winter Mr. }"I\\( visited, Florida andis IIOV.: J. J. rtyLEY:> A. J. MS H.r., hHCJ' :
1 'tritl this imjicr will "> "'ase dirrrt, to 'i.onim Jane H. (C. Picket, C. O'IontldV.\) at
) I familiar with the country and route C-OI.. C. I'. COOI'LRM)JI MB. J\I. liooth J. 11. lligginbothain. _
1 lltRnoR. runandlua/ I'll. : barrels Florida Syrup:: -
{ Precinct No. 10-.I. IJ. Little M. M. White,
----- ----- -- -- C. CitBIIS TltK FI'I \IO\i'1.\: ) 1"hcl Srcl Potatoes.
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THE steamer Fhftht.. I has resumed her trips The Yew Jtutlroails.Messrs. A large and intelligent assembly, of our L. W. lligginbotham. .\. 11. NOYES.J ; .
Precinct No. 11-N. hickV! I It.: Dyas) ,
on the inland rout between this: city and [ Minahan &: Callahan, contnutorson citi/.uns! (convened Lyceum lull !>tell' J. M.[ Jli/illlJlthl1l11, .

Savannah _'' _., ,_. tlw railroad, from"'I1 'c'rns-j! ::! t to..JcI'k'OIl\'ittl'! (og to luarlhc political' speeches the Democratic The report/ of the committe'C was adopted\, l.U:I XI.

-- -- have 000 hands at work, and will soon, in- : party, as previously announced.Jen. and 1 the convention t proceeded 1 ,1 to a permanent \ rernantltiia.HIGH .
j MRS.[ GAIT. U.1Ltlt'Rantcns| of Tallahassee I ) eletimigV.. A. Mabo- \>rt of
crease their force. They hove graded. about ( J. J. Finley was the first sneaker introduced organization; by ;
arrived in the chairman and John .\. Whitney secre vvmn.:
with two chiUlrti, city on ney \ ,
six IIlill'l1ut each end and the line from St. '
the 14th. They ara:topping at the Mansion[ by Hon. NaylorThompsonand tare. '\hlrlh\' Sept. H ...... 7.23: _\. 'I. 7.WP.;; M.
Marys river to Jacksonville is nearly cleared, 1 for n little\ I over ay hour elite'ta il1'll the at(ten- On) motion of Mr.[ I. K. O''s dl+ the two- :Siimm"' :: : I
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I {I Housc.I _. __.- and grnbbcdout. The rails are tube of steel, live uudietu with one of his happiest' efforts.Thelicneral : thirds rule )puvailcd.I, and candidates: nominated Monday, :20! ........ 4;.>,-> II ,1.1.

Wn regret to notJ tic departure for Jacksonville fifty-two pounds to the 'arct. The grade is : devoted\ the larger portion' of by ballot. luesdav, 1 11'? ....... Ut.i";: to !'J)2.t;:
The mime of Mr. LV.. Higginhotham Wednesday, 22: ........H'It'; \111\1;:\\ ;
% of Mr. Allot md daughters::-Misses: : light and there are no large Streams t to cross.! his tirueturonslilttiunalguvetvmentshw-: \ was then placed! before the convention for I, Thur-day.. '" 2.J: ........la.i,; !; II : .1.

Dora and 11\llIie-Wlcre they propose: residing The road is to be finished. and in operationby ing the structure of our republican system, time first place on the ticket, ami he wasutnnimously Friday, 21........ 1:40: ......

in future. \| the 1st of January the! relations to each other of the those great nominated the first ballot(. .
Nominations I'l'inlII.min in order, the following
/ Aimivrn.S.'pt. : .
t The Feinandina iV. Jacksonville
: wo ,\'i"ions-h.gN.II I judicial, executive
THE handsome art attractive h.inner of were : 10 :Sch.; Mithew Kinney, U't: tcs,
und thc illlj>Ol'tnlll'l' of confining; its administiation \ Messrs.: A. L'. Nojes, H.{ :staik.J.: N. Moore, -

the Hancock andfllloxham' { } Club; was The I'cniiisiil.ir Uailroad, is: pushing; on. exclusively\ to those powers which J. 1 IJ:. [Davis) John A. Whitney and J.O' I. S. Charleston.:Sept: 11-:Sci.: William II. Jones, hi,,I\CI1.:
stretched. across ( ('tire street" from the Neil.MeMr 1. ,
wire clearly de-legated by I the askedto
Special Merttno Connrlt. : [ *, 1I:1\'i.: O'Ncil and Whitney : Dr. \\ardcn. ,
Chub headquartersterday.!, Star: ( ),
:: It-1! irk Guiding
I the federal I and 1 protecting t the that
.,, government, ;( have their name's: withdrawn stating
-- --- A !'pl'ciall11'l'till of the! City Council was Montevideo.
state's, in their sovereign capacity' t in the they positive! ('III\IllIot\ :accept.' New-
)1 It. A. 0. McDojfxt: of the Transit Hait.I. hdlIt/ the council: room Tuesday evening Thc 1 cnhvehtion'n'oeeedcd\ to ballot, with :Sept: i.v-s.; S. City of Dallas!!, Risk i I
by ii better half left exercise of all powers lesirvid to them. York.
I. mad, aeeompanicd on last the f"I1.\\'ill';; i<':snlt : New-
I the 15th: for New York,o attend the Animal 1'rescnt! : Janus! McOillin, President ofCouncil The danger which now threatens: our institutions .t. II. No> es, 7 ; d. Stark LM ; I. :8. O'Ncil, j 0pt. r,-Sch. White Lea, Storcr,
is ccntrah/ation complete subversion 1 l! James hell: 1.'hole number of votes, York:
\ Convention of Ti'ketgcnti: in that city 1 ; Aldermen Lohtium, Ilojt Dclany, I ; :jst.jt. W-S. S. City Point, Creamer, Charleston.
of rights legitimately belonging to the 37 Neecsiry: t to u choice, :!H.
which meets on the an inst.! and Clay, and I [l'allh.Ot1C'lrtnrllll'k./ :: \ There be-ing no l'h.l'ti"lI, the conventionproceeded .
,. PetersonSt.Kill's: ,
!'tatlqo\'l'r which the general: government :: 111SehIlcliza# ,
-- Sept
Pn-sideiit MiUillin[ < stated the! object of thcllIl'l.tilll to take a !second! ballot, Messrs.ONcil : .
;- Tun City / Jinllas Mcd/ lor New York has no control, for, the !simple' fl'nSOtlJlt\ : I and Whitney hl.illlIaill/ ; placed Innominatiou Dr. W. 1.
; to be to consider the application of :: Hi-. l'h. Mary( J[dl'lI, l'rol'ker, l'urtuRico.
k+? yesterdaymorning( wit) he follow'ing cargo : they have: never 1'l'I'II.1l'll'gah'\' \ I by the :state. but again; dc:2.illin: .
the captains of two vessels: !! from the \Vcst .
.\. 11.Novos .
The result' of the ""I"HI.lllIlIt: was :
barrels of rosin 1 barrels of spirits hereof. The advocates
, 21S j ; but reserved by the people ( '1./\lIr.n.
Indies! to come into the harbor u\ll11l/\l1. I 7 ; lit) bales cotton ; :,5Net lumber ; ::10!' casts The port physician. being called upon, of this. centralized power are found Whitney, 3.ylr Sept. I 11-S. :S.: City Point, Creaser, Charles:

sy (cd.tr; 10 packages: mcfiandise.MVKTKK : in the leaders of the Republican[ party, and [ (O.! Stack w as then declared nominated l, ton. '
_.. __ made, n statement that he had found the NewSet.t. -
u the time has. come when the friends\ : of conMitutional 1III,1n cominittc1'1.( I'onoblillIf Messrs.[ !! J. A. Sept. 10-lirig Daphne, CVpcland,
't .. JACK, son olr. G.; T. Maxwell.[ : \esscls!! in a very clean and\; healthy condition IJdwards, 1. S. (O'Nicl and,l John .Whitney, York

Wilmington, Delawa, and at one (lime a ; that both wire from ports whenthere republican libeityare called on, appointed' und\ instructed to info:in him of :: 1.-8. :S. City of Dallas, Risk, New
If they would preserve' intact the precious} the fact. York. '
of public school of never had bl'l'nl\lIY epidemic diseases: : ; that {
distinguished; pupil\ legacy of their foiefalhcrs, to rise up and I, On motion the l'III1\'l'lIti'H1uljnUrlll'l1. Sept. 17-S. S. City Point, Creaser! Chailes-
this cityis making sho visit to his friends, one vessel: : saute in without any ballast at unauthorized JOHNA.\: \\'IIITl'l'rdar: : '. ton.

on hill way to Wewt'orlda'! Seminary at all, and that the other had only about live arrest: the further exercise of :N-pt.: 17-Ihig Uva: N. Johnson, Doan: P r.W. ,

F Tallahassee. -- -' .- tons of rock ballast, : aboard ; both were power(ieneral by an Finley appeal hid to, great the ballot-box.stress on the purity Tin: .11.11.; ,;I.J;(.'1'1 OX. __. 1._ ___ ____. _._u._ __ J
American vessels: with American crews, and,
mj. nuisance cattle ul of ballot-box and denounced in dirocories and Provisions.
TUB great i the '
in his:: opinion, it was perfectly' safe! ( to granta
in the streets I is ill unabated., We scathing terms!! the man who should barely' -
large special permit' to these two vessels: : to inter I Poitri.vxn' September:: 1<>.-The Conniessional \. It. XOY1JS: ,
looked on while a cow ulcrously fastened tamper' with this sacred, guardian of a peple's } dclcvation' ; !stands U1f..llni: : Reel: .
fence and with our port. (lciiiblicin: | : ) reelected\ in the First( districtby
her horn to railing rights.If ROCER AND} SHIP CHANDLER,
debate )
After short Councilman Dilany
lit!) plurality ; FryeKcpubliian( : ) teilected G
tho utmost ease, tore out large hole in the honored with sent in the Forty, seventh
offered resolution, which was: adopted allowing in the Sewn l disfiiet by l.SIHl ]plurality ;
panel und went to w uri] lhesehoouers.ldeliu. from :st.: Kill's, Congress, Gen. Finley pledged! himself to I.II1.taHl'l'lIhlimll( ) reflected in the'lhml N\LEIt IX
effort to have the homestead laws! district' by I J51 majority ; I.idd! (l'Iifllli..Orl'i \: )
III'U't'rr IJIe.:
settled and M THK weather hast )k become amended, which undi Ilw construction' of kite l in the! Fourth tiict by a
unclear not too the harbor, alter riding out the time prescribed m.ijorifv ; Murch (Fusioiiist! ) reilc'itcd: in ,
the days arc bright vet J I
by ordiiiamcatquaiantincaiid the present Commissioner of Ijiinds for the the Fifth district by LINK( ) to 1,.""(HI majoiity. A""Ton:: B. F. AVERY & COTS Plows.
i warm, while the nights::! t delightfully cool] alleged 1 purpose: of preventitmgl'raml I i ;; operate 1-tnrast'ronitwenty-fumetownshavebeen: !! ,. I : I

r and sleep-inviting. Aneic farewell visits fumigated.A I. most! inequitably' against limn/ jilt' sittKrs.He received this moming seven Washing I I
of mosquito! though Vf touching, are diminishing number of washouts in the streets, increased ton county, six i in Puiobscot. nnd eleven in ('FKTRE STREET,
would also exert to
t caused by the heavy ruin of Sunday, were hill6'elt' secure Kettllebe'C-giviitg: [Davis) i'.mi! PlaNte-d 1 UMS,
-length nnOeqiiency.WE -- brought to the notice of Council :and referredto protection to growers eif tropical\ I ''and yiMttcrng.! The same towns last year -52? tf-----FERNANDINA--:- -- ------, FLA.--
fruits, and went on to show how, in the gave Davis: .:!,;hi'i I. Smith :!..IYJ.: (Iinrl'lllInlitl are informed by r. Maxwell: jiM! the street committee1, with power' to net cMttering" "ttte.of our national finance, he
from Tallahassee! that tl ponds and lakesin -- -- -- present Davis (trfj.137: Plaisted l (il.'l7..>, ",'ulh'ritl31/ : ;jtlltallln..tt

that vicinity are full than they havebeen Grape Culture. could do that consistently( with the \Democratic I: : -a publican' majority of lX-It. : ST., P.nr. C'E"TJlELl'IIl': : .\,

since 1817.Vo ton boast: of rain lly invitation of Mr. Hedges, the; worthy doctrine of No tniiu"exec'pt for revenue The same. tow ns: last: year gave Dav'is (>:2m43; : rHmD
Smith ,llMici( ; Cllrl'l'Ionli1.M: :;", mid scattering
fall within tho past wee ;Lich has never Treasurer of the Transit: llailroad, we called FURNANDINA: .\.,
:Jiii' : total 11"1,517-a: : Republican majority ofI,43U.
been exceeded these 114, but fail to ob at his residence a few clays since to inspect"' Another desideratum was the cstahlUhmcnt : !(. The towns to be heard from gave \ ,

serve any ruing in our uitt. his: wine-making operations. of experimental !gardens in Florida, to I Davis: fi!, 170.) I the FusionNts J',h7u, and scattering DEVLIU IN: THE i

----; It is due Mr. Hedge/ state that his oil!. maintained by the general government, $a. If tics come\ in the! same way this ''
alMrcsselllIIntt nllr the I Republicans: : will lack: 012 I: of a majority Choicest, Fruits" aiiel VogcvlaH I<%"s.CONFECTlbNIJRIKS .
COL. IlihBEE meeting/ at eial duties allow him little time to devoteto to prepare the way for the introduction of ,iF -
and the FiMoniMs will lack W\\ of a
Callahan Monday last, ft\ on to this city horticulture, in w hlc h-in all its hranc lies valuable exotics for horticultural u is.After !!. majority.Oxford. '1

that afternoon, and, aced':anicd hy Collector -he exhibits so much skill and taste, as refuting the false charges of 1 Kepubliran : \ county has: gone' Republican( by a : : UTC. Il

llowell, proceeded tK ing's Ferry, at all our citizens are well aware. He does not shakers. us Democratic\ (' opposition' : ''I'' small majority. The legislature;!: now seems!
to stand. SenateRepublicans: 21:! Fusion Bliss: : Garden, Seeds, Flowers!, Farm and
which place he and Dr. k, who went up pretend to grow wine except for his own to allowing pensions! to soldiers of the Mexican -
10 : HouseRepublicans!! 51, Fusion <07: with Garden Implements.' 7 tf
tho river Monday uioriitamd: Mr. Pat'etti, use: as he boasts:: no larger Held than a city and Semiiiole wars, and exposing the two I tic'd.\ -. I

{ made speeches the follow; day. lot affords. His: tiiieyanl; occupies only nhllut1f" absurdity! of a Demoenitic administration m L v n.n.-Tvv entv-li v.e additional towns give; AX(;iJr A MtllJM), th
1 Davis I J'abh'l12r'lMl'l'artcrin/! I
}()() square feet, or I less!!! than onethirtiethof favoring the payment of Southern war l.soi. /
TUB: following I is the li+consignees: hy year Davis had 1,(>7I.I :Smith 2,1'U? : (tare'clou CONFIJCT10NIJRS: : ;,
an acre, and is: lather too much crowded claims, the (Jencnil closed with some very :'M.t ). scattering; :iliO.) The result: in three1 hundred n.KEIXD ,
from Ni York
the City of DaUus : with vines. But notwithstanding this, and judicious remarks to the l'ol'lrl'.II'I'I'l'll'. amid
A, H.Noyes, Ranborn: Aoyt, Ito K.: Dot- the fact of its location on poor scrub land, Major Russell, the next speaker, deliveredan tI7!Cts: Plaisted 1.i11,4r.! scattering 323; Reublicnn f
& Bro., Ituas & J. it
terer, A. Heydell Son > majority 1,122.:!: The same towns Toliacros
T. Kytl.1, C. ir. hoot, Wl\. Clarke J. C. Mr.[ II. makes this year 100 gallons of "wine, eloquent} telling speech, and we regret |lust: jeur gave )Davis) UIII-1.! : Smith 4l,2MI!), Groceries!' Cigars" and ,

Head, O. Stark, J. H. Pruit t. Mrs.! Leddy, at the rate of :3,000 gallons to the acre- that the lateness: of the hour prevents our (iarcelon W),1/<' I, scattering; 'J10; Republican

A. W. Lohman, A. O. 'I I. T. Co.. J. A. The modus operand! adopted by Mr.[ II presenting some of the capital points he majority (ioj.): The towns to come gave last TOYSXU FANCY ARTICLES. f
Perkins, Horsey[ A Co.I'lLI'un k<", Mrs. A. yearDavis1,799( !), Fusion (',,3l 2. "I'uttl''illKJ.1l101
is to crush the the day before' theyare made. He also touched on state rights
0, Fisher, J. K.: IIa nine! Streety Bro, : grape ; : the Republicans: :2"! >2? of a majority -
Proctor 1'erkins & HusseJ l E. Meddaugh[ to be pressed, allowing fermentation to alluded to the UepiiliHian hope of tlie decline and the Fusionists 2ns of majority. Wcildings, Entertainments, und Picnic,

i Chas. \\'. I..cwi'm.. 1.11n.. 1) Fox. set in during the night. of Jeifersonian! doctrines!, and the The Jacksonville (III" J'/,ras of the !IdthpiiblisheHl tum furnisheil prices ut, tho shortest. notice*, at rock-bot-

f- He small llecve's costing: $Si growth in their stead of the monarchical atANGIIL'S
A RKurnR MEKTINC': of City Council uses a press, the follow ing special dispatch : ; : BAKERY,
and capable of turning out twenty-five to principles of Hamilton ; compared the candidates Niw: YORK :September: l 15.-The Maine\ Centre street,

was to have been held on |lnesday evening thirty gallons of wine per day. for President, as well us those: fur election is not so loa.'fhe\ Fusionists have ..1 ____ Opp._c>l.l_P.JJ. Ituilding.i i _

last, but owing to tho-cnco of three The pulp, with the addition of water, I is! Governor and Congress in this state, und carried the Fourth and Fifth districts as be
councilmcn from the city,! the pressingengagements fore, e'Ice ting jidd in the Fouith and Murih ;Jf-'r K Ytfc
second time and in elicited much applause";, by his antithetical
run through a samples!
of a fourth, tj) was no quo in the Fifth by decreases! majorities. The
of one-year old wine, we could scarcely distinguish : conclusions. Senate has 2ii Republican und 11 Fusion

rum. Councilmen McGIfttloyt about- Delany I between the pure juice and the sec Col.! Cooper, just: out of sick lied, made a numbers. The House has p.) Republican 4 W. LOIIMANN'S

and Lohman, being only aldermen onds. Two and a half jxmirds of sugar to short speech in his:: usual energetic, impresttivettvle. majority making: a Republican: majority: on .' .11.. .- ...
at these soircscrve great joint ballot of:p)I. This secures the elce'tion
credit present for their untiring bude efforts to the gallon are used, and in our j judgment;: And while his! predcics.sors on of ai Re cpuhlicanSenatortos1m 'e-ecd )1 r. ) [alii. -1'FAMOUS[ .,r

with perfect success.! the stage gracefully I solicitc'd the influence of lie whose term expires in March. 1'l.ii-tcd:

transact the public-business-,1 SIr Hedges cultivates the scuppernong the ladies-who were out in ;strong, force-in will have about Tiit. ) majority, Prepared Flour.

THE steamship City of uleirrived hereon grape-the white and black varieties. Its:: shaping \oliticul1'our:
'k Tuesday last, after a rant voyage productiveness! ,.frmlom from rut, together arid lovers, the Colonel went a step Large Stock af Xew rail doojs I

i with the following list: offers: with its exemption from the ravages of further, and I convinced them it was their Just received at J. 4\: T. KYPU'K. ONLY: FIVE CENTS: PER POUND.
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r f Mr. and }Irs. O. W. TnylMI"e Charles bird, have long since given it pre' +'lIIinl'IH'e duty tel) to do. A Great Bargain-

V IJ. llucknor, T. French, Dr. G.xchiootzer, as a wine grape in the Southern states. Mr. J. C. (Jibbs closed the exercise in a
In mack Silks\ at 75 cents
c :Mrs. Con!>talltlnl! llergk.. llckinan, H. In tho western: uirt of Gad-len county, humorous harangue, addressed thiefly to a 'al'tl-worth fi-tf AT OLD P. 0, BUILDING
'< J. Tavel, }In!. J. J. 1)avtdi: pt. A. A. the colored race. double--at J. it T, \ ) >'8.Itlack ;.
B. Uobinsot; around Lake City and in several other localities Although there --- --
1Vhitei a re. O. S. Uatto, : was some disappointment II. E. DOTTUUKll: :
John Anderson, James lleverlju. GritlinMrs. in this State, wine-making from the expressed ut the absence of "speakers' who French Cashmeres<< 1m 1\

Mary Underwood Mr.j )In!. p. is quite a business. were eXl-el' -!>tIlt:, it was, on the m
scuppernong .'rOlI1I\() cents
exceedingly a yard upwll'lss1)Il'ndidVnlttl'at
"Walsh. Thomas Hughes, Vv illi\lams K. whole, an interesting: meeting.assau .
is almost to recommendits 'ERNANDINA FLORIDA
There ; everything ,
JI Klliot: Julurematt J. fc T. KYPU'B.Prints .
JI. Roberts, O. -- -- 1'
Miss Dora Walker, Mrs.( J. yaJernandhta&Jackeonritytllroad) extensive culture on our island! and those \ Democratic County Convention. DEALER IN

who should engage in it may, with proper at (J Cents.A .

management, rely upon profitable returns.:: C.u.L.Uf.\S, 1'lA., Sept. 11, lai0.; case of first-class Prints, worth {9) cents, Fine Family Groceries\

A contract was executed yeay[ with Mr. Hedges thinks ,000 gallons a safe estimate Convention Pursuant to met call at ,this the place Democratic to-day.County justree-eivedat J. .\:. T. KDD'S.labile .

w GeorgeV.. Flowers Co., conti-s for the per acre in wine. His experiment, The convention was called to order at 215n. : -- -- AND

immediate construction of thennanclinat as we have seen, i is pro ruta Letter than this in. by Mr. J. A, Ed wards, Secretary of thCouuh' School Notice, PROVISIONS.

-.fc Jacksonville Railroad, in Fla. The by fifty per cent. The eat of production Executive Committee, who stated The public schools of Nassau county will
contract requires the road to laiv for that the) object of the convention was to be opened on the first Monday in October,
trains by December 15th next wfll be he puts at thirty to thirty-five cents! per gal nominate two candidates for the Legislature. except in those districts where the j matrons

JaM with steel rails: and providdth the I lon. So that sales of wine even at one dollar! prefer to commence earlier Applicants for Customers! can rely ,
upon getting CHOICK
most improved equipment, aj whit I would pay well. On motion, Mr. "..A. Mahoney was elected teachers' certificates can be examined almost '

have already been contractenoie' |, time I There is a feature connected with this temi of passenger trains between Fcrrna and Callahan W. A. MAHOXEY,
Jacksonville will be fifty mimiU; Jail)' I wine-making which, if generally known, is temporary Ou motion secretary.of Mr.:L O'Ncil.: thee'hairmanupMintel Supt. of Schools

of fi t-clas.i steamers! vUlllUn: be- included in its und thatis -- ,.
line ( not usually profits, | the following gentlemen a committee Brick --- NOTHING BUT THE FINEST BRANDSare
tween Savannah and 1'ennandntnnec.iiun the complete utilization of the pulp after on credentials!: )Jl'N l':!. J. .\, Edward : ,
with this new rood by the ((u anj Jj lime,
S. Davis L. W. HUginliotham -
the juice has: been expressed for wine-first, *. I. O'Ncil.\ J. E. Cement
Inland Steamboat Comply this ,
Florida J. H. Jones. H.! T. Stewart. P.
city, and will be known as: the|Island the manufacture of jelly! and afterward of Goodhrcad i N. Hicks, John Aitta, F. M.( Piaster. kept in stixk.W. ,

Route.{ The number of winter ors to marmalade. We had the pleasure of sampling Conner and Ed.: Mordecai.. Hair,

Florida has:: become so Urge thaty a,|- each of these; product, put up by Mrs. After short deliberation the committee rc.- AT :SANBORX; A HO\T'S. K. Htirit.McaiT, '
of travel -- --- -
ditiun to the facilities fjt at. I'orte'd the following delegate's entitled to Ae-EJiT, 1wnoLnm.tLE
tractive i>art of the country: mneralinterefct. : Hedges, and bear cheerful testimony to their vote : Just Jtecelveil ; t.Bt.'TClIEfi .

.-AViP Lurk HwW, i*!*, t.. excellence.! Nothing) is lost ; uud surely if Precinct Nil. 1-J. Acttt-tj, J. H. Mooney :1n"' ) barrels Flour.UK AND STOCTv AND RETUL (I

Mr, Flowers hits been and is &itn:>ivc the grape, as i is claimed will, with ordinary J. A. Edward Ls, James Tucker, Robert : ) sacks Com. AND DE.VLE11 1

contractor, of ample means and |il'S in : cure, yield U.OitO> gallons of wine per Hanley, Win, street).. John .Whitney, W, l.rx.) barrels Pearl Grit.1M t.
aero, besides the additional rvturmfrom vinegar H Garland, Ed: I Mordecai. Jew Longwood ) barrels: K. D. Meal. Dealer lu lee tot
rapid work; lichas within la-t-ars: << jelly and marmalade. n.) vnterprKing I Henry Keyer.1'neinwt iO IIIX: I\.n., TENNESSEE:; : REEF A SPECIALTY: It

built railroad- i ill the State of Seand; man ntvd fear lining) a ioo l business right No. 3-1. S.: O'Ncil, Lee Wilson, I 3eX) baltbTituttthy Hay JiROOJI SlBEET WlUEFI'ERNANDINA hlPJ.u

ci iiada.: Quite recvnth thl'Oll ,r,1' a hero on Amelia hland.10 j, l'r+'t.'iuct' Xula, (Goodbrcad, Joe Acoota. ?ju sucks' Oat .\. Jj. x un:.., FLA.


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