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 25, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
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System ID: UF00054505:00083
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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STATi: XIM'S. ilate the fall tra\rl.--The St. mantes:'> Hotel cause many dollars to Mop in ; ticket," with Wc-eks/flioinp-' .\.. 111"f) the 1I1l'I'P-t in the pub-

!+ living put in complete order\ I for (the en"ni- I whichprohahlytithcrtvi 't' would, Mitt hell! ; and last but not least: lie hools, + or Orange cottilv' ", it i is not nut of

.ll clntn. fog fall bn"ine.-M by Mr. Martin Hail,' ', the I:I (1///''i,1''r _I Idmllrr: ( ( ,ticket( ) with ( '"hll, Trent] p'ate'' to mentio'i!, the: ftthat: during; the

Much interest has been' created. in Otalo.recently elHtient janitor.: -The large) hon esituatedabout I at/lsel/I, and Ford. I let ween the three there first! Week of the si hoo'l a: (ho-.isjm,) sclioe

by. n will rase, ill which tile firm of a mile and, a half west of I the city and I I llurim I I'1'1'atWI'k I the weather t I I 1 little t'hoiee.--James M. (n.lr-) liooks(; have: betil tMllcdl-r l at I the depositorypiovltled

Thrasher Hampton was engaged: for )II"!<. owned by the! heir: of the late ( !lt'u. Hall waburned 'is excellent! for picking lottonj' und. ( \ : ,) I this city-.t I blacksmith. .\ \'arp'IIt'r| by the coimr M boo] 1,01:11"1.-

11. A. Stewart, :\111:1ry/ .V: Dunn ami Col.S.:: to the groundesteiday, forenoon.No I e-rs have: been making 1 i I the most of I right, pMinp.driver and (,I\'I'nl.l\'k:\ 'I'heie are It few "I, *.1 men in Oiange

Me-fonne-ll! for (Col. :Stewart.The : t who tlaims dose will vote I it.nui-
1 : Lyeurgus insurant e wn/ placed' upon\\ the house III (,)tti.i.i Urrirld.11'e -- : ul.UioiNiip sootily.ho\ Minon-pnre
case i involves tlie dispttuition I : of I tho large} any of thoiityagctuie*.-.*.>..re and /''f$... had the pleasure" of shaking : ( ".. ,' "Creilit( ill Mobile"\ liar-:: ratic:tit kit at the xlember. lIL''li"II.--

estate of the late Col. n. A. Stewart. Last: A lamentable and miuh. to be rl'?''l'\II'.1'\ of Mr. ( e'orgo ]Havis. of :Mt. 1'"a: mil in Ihi tonuty an indi'pendent, (juiti1 1111 impoitaut\ m i'J o\ery was made a

Manh an ell'ort; wn made probate, n will tle.ith I by slmiitiiij occurred\ about four; and 'I hat Monday. Mr. D. has : (' for the legislature. lie prohabh), few tll\s; ijo_ ;, ii.i. lid'Ikoliillsoii plat-e.\ In

whith gave )11"I :<. :Stew; nit only a life estate.. I a half miles from the city. on the Turner's\ : tory uearylt. l'It'as.ulturil: iniorms'; m \ if he can !swap tiif his sledge for a digging! fora Well nei the lake" a I ehilvbeate : -

but (Col Thrasher succeeded in breaking it; ferry \road; on the. ITth: the tilting being;\ I"" soon, us the m.uhinery arrives\ ; 1 10. 'Imlay get (Tl.lil in Mtdiilo.\. "- spoor was i.pled. 'Ibf water i it-

and probated; one giving< the widow, all tlicpmptrty. aliout ; ',i. strongly impiegn.itcdl: ith iron, and ilpropeily -
i Mr.: I'rant is A. c.unplull( 11-,1" I llfty- eonimenee to woik.-Mr. 1'. Il. )Ia
I :\II\\" an attempt i is m.ule to re- Live .Near*.---W. 1 P. HughesM: r! ariv-ttil ident') of the r.uf.iul.i: : Oil MilN; paid /.(" 'II. utilized m.iv I i't' ImK,udi'r> \aluabUto .

) ynketheprismtttiI i > I will and substitute anot hi'rin this: morning;\ on the barge! of obtaining; last week. tlrl M. is traveling! \(' work u of thc.school-haUc i i1. lip\ the invalids: \\ il'' 11 Ine ,to I'loiiila' in pursuit .

:ide !l1I" l'IIIIl'lIlly. Two weeks have been toy'icy on faNe: pietemes.: -(Captain\ 1'. K.: the Mate for the purpose' ) ol l"I "ill '1'.1. Mile! -In. .II i is building ronrnte' ( ol health.,--- Iri i is again\ being laid
\ consumed in the examination of (testimony" I We notice that considerable. \. on the South:: : with lair
Howard. has picked! np on the 'heath, one seed, to be' used in making\ ; thooil. a: rioiKlJKailro.nl a
1 and\ the case is not yet\ e'loved.-\VnlNaiullKnni \ 1 1I mile moth of the St.: : Johns liana piete of ab'ent from the i ity, but, will be \ ( ( Mithiiicry: is being shipped! ) to prospee; of! leailiingliin'lair's mill |It.\' ,*!,,(.

I I + hl;id l their little jollification i : 'aturtay. the stein tit'a \es,,il. apparently: a :--mall in two week ]Farmers h.iviiu; .'', m ( for; milling pnrpoM I''. We take in-day ni ;ht. We- lit I nothing; slay interitipt -

t, ; \ in which 'rllhu.1\ his, I leg punctured mimic with the name < ' their interest, to ( \ evl.!lemi" iirnrpetity.---ylr.' \ I. i \ the pi-ogress( uf |o work until Orlando

t! l with a Imil', tom I }iVnnis was content the shape of the boaid. he could see it was -.\ visitor I the state lunaticasv: of Ciinftiegas t ( Cuba buy bun in i is rratit'd11'. It.I.ileh." of OlI.: N. Y.,
to yet olT with his, breeches intact.( -U'tiiH*- '\ 'I'al days lI\\aitill u sieamer for has jllt t ( 'lia-t-d, I impiovetl' t\vt .
: t the first half, *>o that it was: the !name, and us (hat Dr. \\ M. For'llIallulI" t ; ( ( : ; pun plate
I i ills Sun. lie to he oil' to-d )ml r. miles south of Oilaili,I. in the. Lake Coiiwax'
not\ the hailing; plate of the vessel HeulMifound Colson( are modtl oltlccr-*, and that' \ expctts ly. \
1\, en.I.'Iringuud party who Kft the city ; the 'pl.lrll'r.hoarcl,1'| a \"t'++(1 with the tlufurtunateseotllibdtietrere'rite\ \ \ \\, a\ plate IIl'ar1'1'1'1', and his tlish trt--tmnetiflht'( |Ilic.ot and ..tUfir--

last Friday, to fill their appointments in name tut intuit, I'mi'-i. A put oft he mould :I est and most, 1 salutary ticatnu-nt : \ t. there. --.....'nfc ./mint'il.M able pi!:u-es ill FIlI':1': : Juin liass, ,,fMaitland

South Florida, were forced on reaching ing of steamer's,, stern his hunted tip near: i vide, .d t for with all I the attention : :
Ocala retrace theirtQps "ii account of the 1'oint ...fttllll"111'1"1,1: : ,1 to be a part' generous and, judicious humanity : :S.: St. ::5.1. lingers: ; wiio h.is been a | Itepublican i Ii, "Jolicll, hay come out

the high) ater smith l of that place.' -Cotton of the l"m/ I'm:.-The Cni.t will icreaflcrappgru stow. ']Theie\ i is neatness and ,'; ( of O.-ala\ since l<'\)!, ,i-d at the res- against his old part Mr. IJ.iss has bait. I

is being brought to market: in consider.hie ,! .!- a morning paper' with full Associated lywhere1 1 lie was told, that '. ; bis !von, in Tcne! llante, Ind., on, prominent i I man in Isold: p.nty; furyt'ars-

t\ quantities, but as yetery little moneyis 1'iess rcpoit=Tin" -teamers Jtn'";!ii i I had, been made\ Ihe present joar to .. :: : last.--\\'" are informed; ,by our thl>imitt HitinttfSchooner '

changing} hands.-fr. and Oiflrr />'.!qtlvi, teil I hy't, the pow' 'erfnl I steam- I State: Ibis impoitant' item of ''' '( :< ; (II'I" Mr.John' 1'. IIl'h'l'.IIIII.III\1:\ he 1IQnu..

,, llriulfwt'tl.Messrs. t tugnf I the Hiker I:in"+.. i if Not.folk, attempt eil,I I: :.suceectlingear.\ It i is pleasant" I to \ his oflliv. one tliiy),I recetitlviuon-. \ : : U*. If. ,oC'.II1 I'I', I U.: Crabtu-or

Alvarez: & U.i..kins havcseven !gin last: Triday to I mo\e the capiicdessvl lying I the! benevolence ofthe Mate: is hi,ing "!< to the amount of $1IHI.ub.1 | This. aiilvt'd here fimpew with .i.II"( '

I now in active! operation\ and'I are prepared\ I to ..,Matan/as+ inlet, but without Mictess. It tilt,' admini, i ...tere.l.-'ha'\ i a large: ;:; amount of moneyorders brftk fur the 1'ivsl: : eiian church. Out nice

I serve their\ friends on short notice Their i is thought that her masts hil\'" "1'1111",1; lIllI HIm" 1'"11111. day, or even for one mo.ith: and, .---II'\1: Jlogero has: purchase-el

screw and, packing arrangement wink. toperfection. '+01 far into the bottom, of !the! sea as to nnder Considerable! lot ill the potato i" the business of our town is in the engine and, m, miry formerly: itscil l in

I They can put' ."ino) pounds i of lint her stationary. 1 IIl'r name: ha.* not yet been" ; Now lit the railroad ('111111'. Our the old, moss ncarlbe I I'lesbvlerirtiLry 1
pi.intcd' on low, laiuls, 1 is:1 icpoited : f.1\ :
cotton in a live-yard l alc. The bale i is perfectly ast.i'itaincd.i \ -I'HHIH.; i '''':01111".1 tube the thief, inland city thiirt h. The iliad! anal cotton \ | ,
.. atomn great damage to mire : !gist\ uui '
m i smooth, and\ square.{ itl!* almost ctjualtoa '{ A litter r.'t.\' \.IIII.l'l.. from thepiopiietoisof but\ consiilerable, mt in corn which t : : \('.- /-.'",, I'luiiiln 1'uniiir.: been icmovc'd" 101 I sup i Hi I end of thfi.gerII / : .

compress. We have never een cotton the Carhton Hiinse, tates that, they' will /gutbereih.--'l'ime\ recent high wal<' JllrcllSfJ", wharf wll'rl they be placid: in position
put] up\ in a more neat and handsome; !l1 tjle he here about the first of N'oMiithcr, t.> arrange in tin noith hail used
Alalia river, which is soil, to have: :' I. I'.irramore returned from Hot g formerly as an
I anywliere. We don't know the !name of ; ; for the opening' of (tlu'' hotel. They tween !six and seve-n feet higher;:; : : Aik,, several, : days ago.;:; He was orange !,:,'klllp-h: -l\tliitki litnil.OIM.S. .

the {mentor of their press' or what it iscalled i iI will ha\ecretted\ immediately: in thu I rear of been known for; the last twenty.-"(" '''\'('' by Ihu( h.lihas I 1111. looks nun :h / ,
I but it I is ceitainly new and\ novel to
the ollite large) one-story building; to aver ]From all report.llu' Hood- have I 1m (\ =]'hest'vcrcnuly four white 'men The) stliooner nuia, eight davs froiu
ns. Those who have nC'.t'rN'II it illll\I'I'a-\ all thespaee' )between, thewingsof the pause" ( than at lime I since l.s.Ti.: ,' convenlion \
er -- Thllr".laylIul '
ion sbnuld and !fee" it.-Cotton is coni- any New YOlk, consl i':j I t to C. I. Hanilen, iii -
go 111\11" be used billiard
one-story building to as a schools for nsuilag'ar three -II\'II h'h'all'I""I'd'I'( .
( : :
;; rived in on with
ill .! III rapidly' and oar little city will noonPrsnt port :I., an assortedeargo
; ,
hall and bar.-Messrs.( IIii.m: Co.shipped .
for; school, .:sl7. ( )
.1/11"4) ', for |11n
( I
a lively business aspect.Mnrlc. Tiltijftl ;\ our 11I1 11 : isnovvlvinbehind .
one hundred\ thousand( eigartnrtll .
$ h.itlfure.tthiii'> the Othersrhuits. ,
>h. ""\(' ( sit' -.- (earner 1 VnlliiCity( the foil, Jen- she will laJ..I'n/ u
he is
tlrl Hiiau states that
Thursday. : now
lie increased the
(ter iini'innt to at
t Columbia \ '. IIrrhl.,11I1I Monday( : : last from ('lrgl of cellar.Ihe fill I term of (he circuit -
enlarging his: new factory at Key West.Messrs .-
lug of thl.lloal'.l. if funds \ t
t' sells are :- with al! II) head, of cattle for court 1 for M tins (county, which vva
looil; cotton : readily at twenty-tight riowers \ ( the contrattors f'rbuilding ; K.issa: : II
: .1. : justify the .aIIlC.-LiI'lIl. 1'. M. ,
\ Vents, and farmers are taking advantage( ofhe the Fernandimi lilroad., :Steamship:\ /;//? Kniijht, Capt.' )(1t'i to havecoiivciie.i the flrtli. has 1 IKCHpoMpom
we understand
It-1.: N., writes( : us from Sit kn, _\Ia:<
high price and are fast settling up the began work 'Phurday.'ThoriI I .., on Wcilnesd.iy last with !.Till 'd tn'l'llt Y m'vt. .Allt-t"d] ('all+e'
, ;1 c '.fl ts contracted, to mako if, us it i is not c.x- aftcrnnon! Nathan Hendricks white he.is going: to have tin orange grove : Mlle I for (Cuba.: :She:: steametl same Sickness f the .lie. ;:1..lohnt county {b
ty u on ( Jadsdeii, ,) !Point, and, that in (the
,.. 4.tcd, that the ]price will (continue high.he man employed l in C. .F. I'owers's moss fai; 'tory I few he- will ami I with : : :N-liooniT: Altec'nne\ Capt.' Havis, !getting rather ilistcsl) ) with this: kind of
a build
li1, preparation, \ i i.. very pood this year, all while feeding moss into the combing years ,' Thnrstlay last from Hickory IMull postponement.' Is rather expensiveamK
the winte-rs in his "
fly spend
I the ) head, of cattle for ( 'lIloa.ail"II"III1I': I too OnNI. hethrce( I -harsldsihouul-
t "fliers are trying: to keep np reputation machine, !got his: hand taught; in the' machinery (suite u number of naval ollicers : 1'11"

j (good work which pays best at 11I"t.H. .- and torn entirely oil': His arm was proves coming on on ( iadsdcii !'..Mat'g;\ Kiif of i tltf (,'nlf., { : erVnim, ninel'M' frl New York, air.rivlMI .

\ \ "'. Wilson: of t Snwannee (.tJllllt1,1..1 ', fearfully ma..heil and l-iceratcd: : almost to the t the ,loill'l'r well Ornngr. in poit t t'mincaday, consi ignitl to1v
\ the yield\ of his: cotton the present' groves are we l Lyon A- Ctltli material for ISishoj; I
shoulder. Already large numbers of TIIIIIJHI Tribune. I.I !. Ingraham; has had\ Mr. We-iser;
I I by, tlpplitlg fertilisers lie invite ail )lu'rf1 rrdrl'' mid goinls for; our iwr-
f \ oranges are fling) recciu'd heiefori,hipment |' ;:; the ruins of till L'piseopal
are interested, in the I inc-reaseof produc- JCjJ'fl'MHt.The t hunts.t JulM\'cfHlii.\ .
:North This morning the steamer: limn this plate' which was blown down .
,( logo! to his f.lrlllllll.1 see! for themsehesgrowing brought ono hundred\ and eight boxes, and recent rains have caused ( storm, and has 111I,111 dozen l !ster- Mr. It. P. OH villas made: from Itv l o vineseventylive -
in the field. Our town is
; ('rftl'-J.'lkl' ('ity Hfjxjrttr.' t he steamer Vujc brought nine\ barrels: of vieus made of t thus mime.' It I is the pis: of sruppcrnong wineMiss -.
healthy for; (his ofthe ( (
I 1 lutde.'the oranges: from up' the liver.-The public season year.- send these vievv.s to the wealthy -: 'Vest!** new rloiI'IHt' make n
II 9 coming in quite freely but ,',
\!', Democratic) convention on the 8UuhI !schools of Duuil county will be opened twot'k'l } ; of the samo: tleriominatioii eNe- fineappearanc.iRay street ami brightensup
makes its ,
I \,I'\. W. ranlkner was nominated fur the \\'(, from next Monday. The health ofJatksoiuille money : appearance.-.1 : to induce them to give: Nome asAJst- Ihe "(I dll, ,- -Two Hlcamers nod
woman tint the first f : of .
ate, subject to the action of the t conve-n- is remarkably good:' for this season lax-payer rebuilding our church "'(* hopo the idioonors f rt mako (he harbor lonk
county to "secure her tax receipt for; l '
gun at Titusville! October 4th. J. "0. Kwan: of the year. I Hr.> Knight; informs that will be Mievesuful( for now our town IvI'lr. and gitl impetus/ to (till,lr"IN*
The Democrats of Jefli ,'oUIII
was nominated, fur the Assembly.Ihivul. he has just received the oflicial health re- rson ) withonta t hurt,h edifice-, and HO and laborers.iiiynnftiitt 7V"w.u ,
774 totes in 17+., which will be (' '(
!purlsoftime!! cities Savannah:: Charleston ( \'" suffered by the storm that they 1
in November \ inter.x .
I.;his) next.: -: l r.'I'.1'
Mr. of Washington, and )(1'. tats: and Augusta, and finds those cities in a : as able to help as niiieli as they
Kirby : ,
of thN 1 county, ban l the finest f : t pair :\ Johlileting Oold-by ore how ('anl-
of Wilmington. :\. C., members) of the linn healthy ti'llIlilioll.-Thl'rl' are now ttventysix to.--Thf steamer (Irnrym ap-
; ear-old cults i ;
j ever se-c-n in Florida) \ I lour \\ resitleiuenear )u1r. N' rlu'r' -
of Lara Ko,>s it ((.'0., whiih has theiJI'Jj.mw: prisoners in the Imam county jail.TrltjiKiitf. .- last Sunday: with two- barges:; in
of his ,
are : own raising! They] haves 1'-I"t'II' >vo ijiilex from town, for
contract f for the improvement of the St. ,' 1 uh-n: with "spikes' iron rails a
of Mr. T. 1f. Simkins families
charge for i who
Lseuanb1 i. If Icl'llla. arc; soon lo
Johns bar are now stopping at the Mattalr : -,' and Inn'ks for six new ('lIr!!.
weeks, and are now /tll'Jrn"' lll)' ''!. arrive We that nine other families
lloii-e, but leave this afttrmwn.f.tr.4. filet Frank Lewis, well known on the bar .", having arrivctl the cngiiio
is an evidence of what can be done : from the run y are" (to arrive about thc-
and in recently\ went, armed with :: will JoI"IIII1IIIl'r whistle in Orlando
H.\, :: Kirby wish, if }possible, to purchase: our city, !
State in the of
way "stoik-rai'sing. same time Iiillt'nt '
( :s of
in l rioridtall: the material forth<' r contract, digging implements: I niapsof: the !ground I, ( next three wc-c-kH. The (rinks : 1tizCIrt.-OIC
derstand these colts will be exhibited ( itlal t-vidence-B .
bi I hut
ami for this spe-elme-ns!! uf rotk maybe : to place forty-six miles from here. on Santa :Mr. Stcntiford, will iii. us um have tl 11.t > ( LCCHk
purple November( ]fair in Thomasville., =: burg is Jni, Is I hut I her Js to
sent to hl'lIl.0.. S Weit lay! !!trt.ctu: ; Puss: Island, where u largo amount of gold flat taro and two more box: car .. 111\.1 li
ferson Academy loinincnccd l its to be- remodeled
far as they 1&:1eXlIlIillt'tl.& ], the limestoneroek was said to have been huiicd l more than IiI \ ( (''', behaving hail (the timber for I improved. eighteen f fIW
Monday last, with )Ir. J. A. ] roomv I I. and finished) jn tintin .
ill thi State has been too, soft.-Deputy I hundred ji-ars ago by the Sji.iiiI.inN:: who ( ; framed, since tinn-Mince.! ;/ This!! will up -
i principal, and Miss IMlcn: ;.;\! claw style, 'lease in/ travel has callesl
Sheriff )Il''allllllllotah' that Mr. Janus then had control, of the 1'Iwlllf: Flowers. ( rlla.I"\'l'" flit and llire-c box /lr.-/
(1111 Miiiitlnlltt i('ue.i"Ii'"l, long and; l latlvetof II I' I dims hnpruvmctlt.-Trout| t'
.\. }I'irkett, Jr., t harmed with the murder of Last Thursday returned, after consider for the hiiMiicHM the load at .. ('*. accoiiinlintcr
Francis -Campbell, wai arrcste-d ye-stenlay able delving, with-we 'allll"t h.JlII lie--out 1.1'011. I : Llndlmrg has handed, us four all (c-oniity wi recelvolurgc ma-

I by a rouple of negroes near the (il't'l1ialill" the gold.-The Florida siMin-er} ;; have Iwen \\'(' were visitcil: on Wednesday. by I ; "cpe-cimeiis of (the Japan perm.hu- {million: this (.1 and u iuter_ ,

and that they arc now on their way to successful thisseason making u heavy catch 1-'. Hart( lateof Deni/en. Texas, who is I were blown from his tree during Nearly: evil w comer has n number ol

this c ity.-The fhutU.work.f the new rice -The first cotton reuived }here this sca-son way to the lower Cult coast to .... : ( I ( Although, not fully\ matured fr'll. pnltf!. to emigrate from (he oI Jl I

mill is now up to the third story, and! it Uexisted came down Wednesday (the l.'nh ) from Hart has been in correspondence.. I ( weighed fifteen ounce*-nearly a states. t.siut inia(runt KentuckyMississippi, >

t the building will be completed} t1..nl'anl the neighboring country on two junior of mho( t'l'triiUnu for several | u l'IIIII\II'lIdl-,*/utl, Florida Jour .1.11111. IVniisylvania, and Mi-

f .....'1.1fur- ol.erutlun) by the first of No\"ember. schooners and l part of it was purchased by ami has received, through (the (' : semi!! I>uAho entire rll"llr. representMessrs -. '
The oM etore-honse} of the formermill Mr. I*. lUar. These ahipnlentaeunsfyttl! of the bride luiuiiyrniit formerl pub! : I | -ced l (that the South Florida Hall- emigrant partiot have\ iiecis

is being remove+l to the mill now rung built.C. only about a dozen; bale ; but, now that we here, and )by corropondt, the &go right on from '\|IHJ'J.City to arriv'Ing j Jiaking, purtiarext. One good f

\ II. Me-Clenny has left for North Caro- have regular Htcarn communication the formation concerning the different No intelligent recently (runt the feature ultliii new l.th'f now eouiin i

lina and Virginia for the J"lrl'o..l' of obtaining Choc.taw hati hie region a large: trade in the of the State. He came by water to } ;: company, hut (Ilie predicted time is, they !a1 ircha>!ng lunch in th,Ihteriouv

some five hundred laborers to work on great Southern staple} may be expected to Fla., and thence in Ili'luw" (', \',')' t to enter tilt lake with( the-irsu-amer ill"h'I.I"ilvding on tlC lake shoreIf

the railroad contract of Me:sr!*. Mctleniiy, spring up b.-tween that country and I'ensa : We leant from )Ir. A. Hopkins", agent j We hope rerun inH> able to go U.tmfe tofmnte-r county wi f'.l\(. tHihumlrcilMuiitial .

McMurray t Upton-The railroad men cfjla.'f are informed. that about ti.(>.rr, i U. Post A nl., of :New Orleans, \\' rut \I'"J.ka] Lake )line of citJ em* (the cominpseason. -

I appear to I he jubilant over the arrival of new bales lie lo .ke.l for down here this sea-ton, steamer 1 Valley lily, of Mille-r fi Ih'III< .-TJic re-e-ent building of 'UfV .l''''''

material to refwir the roads, and predict and the annual quantity will of course l lie Line, will begin making regular \'{,)' ; time deeding of the great lakes .IUI'U U 1"". i

plenty of travel as stoon as the necessary re- much in cx< fs.s of that as noon as the bu"U tween tot. Jiarky and New Orleans! of new steamboat lines, the ( hl 1 ''Iday' night a "party of men weft*

+ -t-: t pairs shall have been made.-A revival of lies is i fairly oj-ne.l.-We are able to Mate flit <>{ Octoln-r, h'avhlgew /Orleans ( i-ntahllshmrnt, of a starch mill for t<> (the Jice of Wi Hall, u ('ullr'l.J'u.

religion I I''*" rejiorted' among ,.rue of the orthodox that the IVnsacola Ice Company, desiring to day ami every two wtt-ks. .aeture of starch from cassia and living lid.! j't"lI. in thU county, 1{.

churches of this city.-On Sunday keep l>acc with the growing demand for ice I touching at \Ioala.alchla.-TIIO! )' ami the investment the prexent after I L gc'WI his, door, took hint loran

night an attempt was nude to net tire to the I in hid city, and to facilitate their ever- around the ca[>!Ul (wjiiare{ : !have here : }: of capital from ubrou.l! and wfl I 111 most .

Monrrief House. 'fhe incendiary, not satisfied I increasing Ji..b business, will in three or pleted! and odds nine h to the Ix-auty I orange groves, are nome of time( was 11A most lih'u.I1Jllercfuly.pleading nuI tfutt +' uq

with lighiing a fire (,1. ato the kitchen I' four inontha erect an ice machine herewith Kiirrtiiindiny a. well ax refU-eting ,,, I I : indications of the oubstantial be ru life. lan U a Democrat, aru2

outside, went into it and taking Moue live I I a cai' icity of about five ur *jx tuna JUT ilay. the g?miul taste of our efficient Adjutaht ; j>rogrii a of Orange C'lUllt- wayswith lie crowd& constated of .

cxab, started' a tire there next to the wall. 1'ciiviroLi (iazttle.From cram lJit-ki..m.-HM: h lU-piiblican; ) ;, rallt familici, we learn, have 'fI.tln.f( one white 1rO"

The outside tire U-im; dico\ered by M>me I I a reliable jMirty we learn that the for the I legislature in thin, county I (,, in. -Home of our gentlemen rerh, J this "-Ill'r., all that 'uan.IJ'they
one on the next .ttittt the alarm was at tIIII'rwrlt'n.111',; '" an
once giveinThe :-:t..lugu.tiueanti: I'alat- barkVcrfriM hare aekuuwktlged'Inually; how wnipulouslyj.artiriilar time ," to begin active work III his set-. 1)'r: and that if ho voted the way tu

ki traveli1rill Le 1.1e:1St..1 to hear that the that IVnaacoLi J has the >Mft foc-ilitiea fur the in selecting thl'IU.-Ullly three Iluplhu are moving; in Behalf crat ho Would bit killetl. hilt Ih rirL1 w'm- f

steamer IfJBItuut. will lie on the route in a rejuiringofeioxU in dbtrexaatul the agent ticket are utter(+l thus tar for the ( ; h l.uilt1lng't! learn about to it' of them haviJM'
. few days' and that the :St. Juiuu lUilroail U j W this city Mr. CharliM UlUron.jr., will nelw-t from : Tl -, halite Hall ticket," j Ixe-n kuWriUsI anus! a building ktll' a blow any la-fore he, tW'' P'A.'U.

likely to.iuA $wo trains daily to accommo- I no doubt iit accurJance: with thU bi (11iea. ah7' arc 14*
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+ i C''i1(11'S: ; nr .111n./.Yf.'Jrnr.1 ,whom 1 had. explained inv l position., One 1.111. lat to get into scat under the between me uuddestriution. The pleasant, JHV coming reception by some" ladies 1' t Whit thegate. ,

minute more and the ticket ofllcc. will be large hood. '\111 I \\1:4 11): settled and the frank face, looking earnestly! at me, was the came out .in the steps as: we turl" in :
'I Th" love- .! joj'!' of earth: are brief; clo I"I." he added as lie saw me hesitate 11'1'01 buttoned up comfortably all around, last thing I saw before, ; I was roused by a low WI"lt
Tilfairc I' ,.t tl.iwers I t I'I1It decay t ; I Will, take it, then" I replied\ bewildered 1 found that my 'halfchaise''was! lot at al tap at the tool "Thl'Illink' friends are e'olll"-1! |; k"!"into!1
I 1.1 i I'lca-are's. footstep* t follows Cirief; and ,perplexed, 1 was i ignorant of the an uncomfortahlc kind of a vehicle. I hewil.l'rll'lt 11'herewas pity for me." 1 thought 11' : I
'1'I ? > sunn ".o mourn: tie f lallcn leaf IJIIIIIl'lI'IIJtl'l.\ and, not knowing whether I air was refreshing to my poor hot bead, I t.? talll'.111" j' 1,1 m'l:time mv' corner. "Most' 1 I"I is]II I ev'ere at hone I
." mud\ ffe's!. departed May.[ ought to go or stay,1 let his advice carry the aching us it was, and it was! I comfort to pet hack to my Ililld. The sun was high in the again !" And then "I stopped 1, and sixteenran t woyoung
I \\'e yearn, perplexed, ;and slung with pain day, away from that odious povt-imMer.! Jacob heavens. How late it must be What girls of about fourteen and
1 I tar lO\1-h\ ,: ,Aklenn 'o: re-gain : The die was! east: now. at any rate, for, in was rough but seemed. I go' d-uaturel. creature would my employers think of their IlWj''I.tlll'I' dOWI the steps and opened the carnage -
Oh. 1 I.* it far I\\lav ? less. than a mimic, I found lily ticket taken in the llUill. Just as we tumbled. out ? Another tap and 11\ simultaneous door
I (Hark fnmi the eavcrs of the heart my luggage; weighed and tiff y-self' being bur- I of "'olh'r:
Faint eehots! phantom-voices, start : lied oil" to lilY carriage. Whilst the guard began to fall, Illlligbt l'llltown !suotdcrliy, \ locked so \\,1 the night; bl'liJrl I stared at English, with 1 very foreign accent. "My
Far, farawoj !I" and the }porter actually lifted me in, 1 caught; and laid her pall IIUJ Irnll.1. '1 it, slmvlv turning on its heavy hinges, quite dear Miss[ Alford how glad I am to see its you I
And sounding from\ b$'ond the sky, a glimpse\' of my hekgliburof) the next drosch-: ('ollllrll\ a step before 1:. prepared. to see the gentleman who had at last!I" And ) hand was taken
Melodious! :solemn\ !stifcni reply : ke, looking out of a window. higher II\\". ; you not light the lamps, Jacob hered me into my' bedroom only a few readied the steps 1'}' the! lady who bad
1111', far awa)! The train was slow and! the stations end ? hours lot Pre'. Instead: this, 1 small black- spoken. She was! tall itnlstately, with 1 kllfa'l'

) lest: llowe\er, the haj'\py moment arrived "Never light lamps" was the civil rejoinder. robed figure made. its appearance: from under and a very sweet manner
The soul\ is 1 pained will min regret ; at length, when a guard opened the carriage .\1111 saw it was best! to trust! the a neat white cap, two Iright'l'oI: ('lrie ;" she called. out to.! the 'hltrCflhe t
\Ve pine for \vl 1 And sorrow, we wouM'ain forget, for "'oltl"l'1 With I elaM'cd\ handnut\ eyelids. wet I could assure:' myself that all 111\' luggagewas hurrll'ml came nj, the precursor: of the gracious Fraulein lt the same time hol- be brought up to her room at onto 1 nen
Haunt us for evrmore. out the train was: off again 'I looked storm. Now the, ram fell in torrents, and. tug out an immense square' letter I 1 knew that I hud got to the Countess Dabhn ) -
crow there no balm ill I'\'e or lit'hl. around. eagerly. An old woman was hob\ the great poplars by the roadside swayed to large red !'ea1 Having received permissionshe at last, and all my IIXil.tl"!' and f'ar
No plant that may nepatho1tI'l? )blingoil with a basket lady was being embraced and fro like saplings Hut; of this: we only closed, thl door ami came close up to my Banished before her kill 01 the doorstep -
Ah, i N there nooprievc? by a tender husband: and I \my neighbor caught glimpses: as ever and anon the blue bedside, !if to satisfy herself of actual there and then never to return. '.
List from the grove I hn, murmurs flow of the next drosehke was disappearing forked lightening lit up everything roundabout existence. "The gracious Frlll'in: will "Iio'tired \01 must be, my dear ana
As though sad !sprites' bcvailed their woe: within the door of exit towards. the town. -only to leave us in greater: darkness doubtless excuse me, but the Herr[ (iraf said she stopped in the middle\ of the great hal I
\o, no repriefv That was all. No countesses: -no one expecting than before. What with the roar of thetlinludcr the gracious Fraulein would require the carriage WI were crossing: and took my hand in
And from the Ik Id w itliuoutrufulmigh, me nothing! A hot midday stun, the crushing! 1 i of trees, and the whistling i at 11 o'clock. It i is now ten. The Herr "it I is all through a mistake, and I am more ,
The withering flowers all grass reply : an insupportable glare, and not creature\ of time wind, it was an awful night ; one (!raf hail to leave before sunrise this morning in fault than any /\. I ought to have gone :
No: no rcprievJ who knew one word of English; :My courage that I shall never forget Jacob cursed. and ; lulelCI business called 1 him away. Before mvsell: to tell you we were going to I start bya
began to ebb a little, still I mustered all swore at his horse. The poor schimmel was leaving he told me to give up this letter later train ; instead of that 181'nllllY roth-
1\ 'wilderin\ ,! maze I is !1if!,11 sooth ; my o('rtlIlUi and began to explain IllY h perplexities much alarmed and I stumbled l wofully in the directly the gracious Fraulein should *er's !4er'unt.Ve have long hl'I'llfrlll that
\ And, Hickerln hopi. as false; a\" bright, to the.station-ma-ter. As soon as dark although Jacob had led him for the awake!" And the little woman handed me he i not trustworthy, aid now he has

\ Illusive, lure our trustlnivouthnd I got to Graf Dahlcn's name, the ollicial's lust half hour lest we should( have some the missive most respectfully proved himself what we t thought l ion
,\ with their glamour lie the truth hitherto perplexed face brightened, up at accident with ll tlwfal1 branches: I lying in "The Count also said. that the gracious never received my second letter, did I 'Ol?" I
Until our hair ni white. once. the road. Fraulein would probably prefer her breakfast "Never." I r'pl'e\1
t O) Worl.OTlmt\ can ynot give iraf Dahlen I" he cried ; ".Fa, ja.--now Lights nt last !1'I cried out in delight, in her own room, after yesterdays':'" "Ah I thought was it! I holl 'eJ :
Somewhat\ to make it we to live ? he knew all about it. "It is to Woltersdorf "that must be IXdd.-hurg," Ill I pe-cred 101t fatigues!" she continued. I bring it will.fo'rgi\'e us, dear, all that t may he I
Must[ j joy, loves II depart? I the rraulcin wishes to go, of course. The into the darkness to try and see something in now ?" able to make you forget all the unpleasantness -
,I 'fhe World, re-pond witIrtIfull:1l1gh! : llerriraf; live lose: by I know. I will see of the place Hut luuthiiigbutdistantspecksof If you please," I answered: feeling more of 'your journey. Could you sleep last
" 1'ointing; to many: an (epiMi, that the 1'raidein gets there." And with light; growing i bigger ('cry moment could and more bewildered every minute, and! the ligh? Jiy' ruther-in-lay telegraphed to
: ".\11. all depart; this: comfortable assurance the stationmaster I See, ulIII tlash! of lightning revealed to little Jigurc glided i out of the room. I" you had hl'l"l wrongly directed: {and
t\\ And, as heeeps, rcmortcss! 1.I by, politely picked. up my hag and showed 11'-ln ( I I Hah) rj!, hit only a wav-ide( Why should. the "llerr (iraf" I I
y. The knell-likc tones 'of Tie! reply, me the way to the waiting r ii''tu. inn, II'for which I Jacob now pulled up, these messages? and. whatever could I want to 11'ellerdurI I do think the name ought
"\11, all depart In half an hour Fraulein the train wi amid I many I Imprecations at the thunder and the carriage for at 11 o'clock ? I looked at to be luUgl'l", And so the kind ladywent "

I start for Pries. May 1 order. YOU some liuhtniiigandweather generally. It was a the letter in all jxtssihle ways. It was: addressed on ti reached our room.
: Mr '''In, 1' SI1' t'l'O.Y. fee?' bitter dksa IpukutnIcntimdtvhcnJacubCaineround in I goenl firm hall to Miss Margaret "I hope you will be happy here, and I stay
>o, i I would I li.iie nothing ; I was disappointed and :ail11 the Fraulin get out ?" Alford. At last I oened. it and read the with us :a long Inl. my dear," Wl'I' her

I was nineteen well burniiI.&t I wusconoantly : l. tired UlllllOI It was evident that I only! said, ,. ; much longer to (iraf follow !inir in excellent J':lIldih : parting words, as was about to leave the
hellutilJlllt now I 111I..t \ up hope of meeting the lal1cn'oI: ? .J ie-I feel extremely sorry that the rom with her daughter.I .
l being wastlie ,
l: ( of it all? I wasm, orphan andpoor. Countesses: and make the best of wayto "A good hour or so ; it depends upon the great similarity of names: between my broth went up to her n.t'! took her hand:
use. brothers!' wcrebli! II\Ir1'il'eIIIII.I. my new home alone. TII actual iuec55city !torl." and l Jacob disappeared. within the er's post town and my own has. resulted in within \' own "It is more like coming \I
kind In their wuy'elt that 1 could was not a.s: pleasant and did not look : inn door, from which Issued. sounds of hoisterous your being subjected to the annoyance of home than anything I could have imagined I
though be ] tht.My i-usy as the prospects: of getting there ":.,le' merriment and s,11g.: My: heart fell being directed. to Wolstersdorf instead of to'NVcllersdorf. ," I was just able to say; for I had! a

1 t not[ education dependent had upon I hccitixcellcnt: I. and h'Ihlll bl'I'1 in the morning.- Alone, 1111 strange I country, before ti wajside I l'll well understand: I foreigner choking: !l.'lIsatlul in my throat that took ,
it(determined to ,tk. You In less than half an hour the polite redrapPtslstatiun inn at night, with a storm raging above1'me: being deceived by the 1011111 A.sunfoitunately away \\' voice. How good. I.'n'r' one was ;
I through Margaret," I saithe kimlest arcvery of \ -htu.tersvas'ark! 1 I : again. ow, it made me shiver I little in spite of the I am obliged to 11'lle mite tU'lil! How dille-rent fl'UI I had
young, Whkhas Fraulein, the train will be tip direitly. You warmth of tie night. almost 1111"tah.I\ cannot have the honor I.'x ;
sister8-in-law.! : true in England : 1lll"ll
t my but abroad. nineteen h most will get to [Fric"IL I I! o'clock, and then an Jamb 1001 re-uppeurc'il t and we c'ontinucd I i I of \\ you respectable
omnibus will take Woltersdorf Justus the storm orders for the to he in readiness
on our jlllrll \ was over, carriage to
Besides each el would I "Oi could. exceed, the i
rectify A
age. : should the Count' not !send his carriage all 11,1 the moon was beginning to disperse the cludnt'mutt to Schloss Dahlsburg at tectkia ::4e'1 I
and near [ advertiscnients inhabitants of Castle
that failing more\ My ll'\1 kindness of the !
the t clouds, we turned into a drove on o'clock Um You
gate luurrrosv
way tl Fril'I 11,1 10rilg. get
for in (k' who ) had do but I liked
family inv might I to
a Dahlsburg. plenty
But I never heard it'nit omnibus, Iprotested pile of buildings l in w hicli there toward 1'\'I'nilg.III,1 telegram will
the services. ollL lady of tOWllllllolljlow 1 and and I fast l becoming I
I that
re'qulre 301; many my pupils: were -
as well as I ('oul; and are you 10t I WI : ) adventures
accomplishments irrepiehable family I hud told to
( my
'It be and frcllds.
about the must
brought me three' answers, 'iiieked out the quite I sure. olllelal rather bed SukIl, Ilidligl. I they've ll gone heartily wl'koll"Your faihfuly. the ', family on the evening of my I
quite, returned I the curt- to !l" grasped my card- II.VIUIY, ( ) : .
sounded kindest d of which the /I TIU
that l.i' arrival both lall
one < ; Iv. ''And if the Fraulein hl'at nothing case: tightly in my 11111,1111110111 Ih'l.th The date was one deck of the previous lulltcltl'll hll'rnnt tl'll-
furtherest frc for :
postmark was home mybrother's real Countess! "Poor
1)IIt he omnibus! it was h'IIe the llerr chattering In.11voi'e very "IUlk\ when, night. tcal frll lhll'l.
i 1)ahleti. grcutJt was! from a (!raf is going to send his carriage all the way in answer to Jacobs: loud Peal at bell, The from my hand A mistake child, ,1H said, stroking my hlir. :"whatescapes f
Countess She reired u young With touch of his he after much and. Idtl'rlloipl",1 the house .Ol had through that mistake ;
I to : u polite cap unbarring unlocking a alter "
teach English Fren drawingand 1ril.:4. wrong (;ill fell into
Thank hands.
lady good
me into the train, wished me the drowsy-looking lan opened the door, sayingin till This was not Dahlsburg, and I must you
three and of various whih'
music girls a had
to y, stereotyped I "prosperousJuuruey'antclusel I voiceVeli: whatever l is begin in of After my journey not been
1 I grumbling 'I'101.111aY' wanderings 'rln.h
to talk English ut odc.iurs with herself I : reverted
to again.
the door. the matter this of ? Aeh, Jacob, "family. Tears of pride
tile night my
1 Count and to Ike herself 1IIIWrllf'a-
and the One I at breakfast
generally morning wan greeted
The wore on even m'>re slowly you is! it. We are all in bed and fast tion sprung to eyes To
useful and itgrecuU: to be IIfl'rOOI lilel'l my
Salary with cries of
t ; than : had done. When the and he showed evident !! of should have to be to strangers for :
morning! l'hoMel
given .!:ID. .\1 No: the yenquired lady was! rc- station in it if Ihad door and I i his hl.'l'lollIg. "Miss .\11'01.1.Ill: Alford Uncle harry
Fries I came sight ,( as continuing 111111I ho"piult1,1! why did the Count do it
+ I directly.The \; seen the last of Berlin III.t'elt.t. IWIII the Jut before Jacob could answer I managed Perhaps was no Countess!, at is: (coming Arl'l't 'Ol glad? \\e
decidedthe } I closed withiemls
l latter point last l English: wards: from my neighbor of the to I1"I" the Countess: Maiden here? which thought I felt particularly uncomfortable are, said ole of the little IJn"He. Is sojolly '
bid to i wishedo ; k
good-bye and does }
offer speak good doesn't
l next drosehke mor.than I week ago. alt (held out my card. ,. but more probably she was too lgtsh. "
rather o my native .The Countess' is not here, but the County of the atlairs 111. 1:1111? Better than puna} _
lady to of r
great evell.
I turned out and time traiti poor
more\ was 1 tulk 1
land and then steadily! tur my eyes out On1 the llei.sinbi.il I "They both speak well dear ; no I _
m man : little !!
Hew This time the station consisted but musingly.
to sea, us we steamed\ Into Channel on oi. : : thoughilughlgh 't gonrl'l wonder, when your was Eng '
and fast! asleep. t I ? At this moment unpleasant reflectionswere ralhnotll'r
go :
of single house And a few sheds. One look )11 my
I htlnh\lr
to 11 lish. That is i I to
our way ti why speak
The latter to Jacob for I
I wllIII.h'ellI'.1 us interrupted by the little black figure
showed 1 that here to meet ,
I far as Berlin \'Cr lI\furtablv.\ A no one was: Jt. English know."
got as especially: you I
: !letter was awaiting me at jl Indies' Pension for I would take in a mile of country at oneglance. advice. That wortbyshruggeot his: shoulders reappearing table\\lh 1 tray, which !.hl 111'1'11 The Countess wel. out of the room I
and winked and blinked! with his
: : close: to bedside,
hu.I A low eyes perhaps upon
I to which I been filed, begging } long, hi.II'l)1 conveyancelabeled 1 my and we all to several avocations
at the lain which I the dispersed 011'
) by
I Omnibus : was: : only ] was being me to l'll. us wato Dahlsburg was
t the Countessden and
: her
to meet \'ollllorf afterward. When lessons
me immediately
I daughters at the East: 1'russil tail way station drawn up close to the I 1 1'I / \' unhappy hllpt'.tl'll I cut the matter short by saying lung Hit no-I wuull not tUu'h a crumb were over, Marie and I went out for our
I into peremptorily : Take this card up'immcdiutely. in this house, lute untoward circumstances -
wish to ascend
the next morning, at 8. lock. They lortalllwltl is usual walk. We crossed! the to
; The openest his had forced 1 I garden
(drowsy man : eyeswider : would dress with ge
I to
would all hold t heir peickct-ldkerchiefs I : in l'I"crnOI! ilterlor. was : JC. into the village, and then Marie found
than stared t harlot and be olF.
hl11JI.'cI yet, lightning speed Scarcely, -
individual who to frombis
door judge
ami I to da- by an
hands that
their was: same. she had forgotten book she wished to
but withdrew at not however had I finished '
me, once, toilette than 1
did dirty ot the my youth
Isms: quite ready to start :xt morning! "plll'lrllce. ulthl. take to a sick woman.
without closing the door him ami a healthy appetite asserted themselves.I .
I told drone-: at the .'!, the clean work for hddl,1 ]tun back
when wits my was "tltollnf lril' \ dear; I will wait here' for
loor. Preceded by all III.I ls and eihuttcls latter that, for he was the only living I':at'h incident of the day hud seemed to be sat down, contrary to all my intentions, you," I said, and back she run.
I I ran down stairs in !<'lll"nt spirits' being visible around, with the exceptionof worse than its predecessor: but the ten minutes allr made a hearty breakfast after which On our return we saw tra'veling carriage I
and esconce d myself in my sehke, looking his dirty little dog, who trotted at his I hud to wait for my messenger's!! return things IJglll to assunleasinnewhat brighter driving up the road before 1 us. The next
forward with some curio to meeting heel*. Having dl'II'litl'dIllY luggage on top put the crowning touch to all Floods of hue. It suddenly occurred to me"that, after minute it turned into the Dahlsburg
countesses. I was anxious to and me in the interior of the vehicle the thought came rolling in UJMJII IE'. Petted nil, it was kind \f this: "Herr iraf, to whomI Uncle I it gates.his ,
CSJHS/ 'h.rl. was
my Fries of-mill-work mumbled some unearthly admired, made much of till I so was an utter stranger, and who could not Harr thought
time for I felt nul- Iltl'I-now cried
l'luullt.Va .
in "Dear
lie good :! carriage, :Miss Alford,
Hounds. whilst his dog looked and alone, neglected t. left to wait at know that the mistakes were not mv fault, )
an excellent\ quality in my ivure'cr. tp Ilsull.'d. do let us be quick ; I think I must run."
What was: my disappoint\ therefore barked. I shal never forget the slinking miiliiight for utllli: !lol til house whereI to lel,1 me his for carriage I and make al thesearrangements And off set )Maria tearing along the road at .
could I
to find myself ere long, at tvery end of and the of that vehicle of torture, was to earn my bread "How unkind, IC. was sorry a pace. I followed more
thank him but there great drllrl'ly.laklnj ,
not much
line of droschkemr the omnibus: between 1.'rll'lul bow I seltish of them to treat me so ; not even not was little
an immense \ abreast 'oll'I.Iorf. up a German of thanks i
speech ,
time for reflection. Another !
walking their horses ut a sis pace, and At last there are twinkling lght in thedkstance tto let some one sit up for me! and after not" the more door-this: time u loud rap for the hospitality I shown me at I

occasionally stopping: ultoge-. Hut by and Woltersdorf comes Ii with 'kt.t'lilg their UPIUllltlCllt this morning "Does: the gracious Fraulein rap.\ command Warburg, and thinking a good deal of this
degrees we gut on a little, anieanvvhile, its tall church steeple and squaretoweredtown I thllI'I'1 a the carriage morning's encounter with the stranger of (I
} J peered into every currl' round for hall standing out against the evening Suddenly much rattling down 1 staircase, The, gracious Fraulein did command the the laughing e}'es. I was so much engrossed I
something white.! At lastj I, the row sky. .\last Here I I furthest from mo there art) K s waving Ill voice to h'l what to do." And porter with ti smiling countenance and ends into bag, I put on my hat and cross my path had nearly got I,
handkerchiefs surely. In incitement Igot more than ah'l\ opened the omnibus: c>i>encd the door quickly unbuttoned the was at the front my door just as I)carriage up to the steps where I had seen the'kind
up for a better ,view and, id. ,to my door and got the steles stilly more ulrll. and letting down the steps: said : drew before it. The coachman touched Countess anti her daughter awaiting me on
chagrin, that it was only u 1 In white like ninety than ninteen.I The oinnlhl"hUll Herr (iraf begs u thousand pardons, his !hat up; my friend of the night before now the evening my Irrh..I, before 1 saw Marie [ f
.11I1dll'l11y; its: nurse. fitting< again, I stopped at the little host-utlice to gracious Fraulein, that you should have in neat brown livery. me in. The with all her and :i"ter.coming
noticed fur the first. time u elrpe abreast deliver Il'tlcrllll beneath its orangecoloredlantern been kept\ waiting! iltailt. rnfortunateIv little I old housekeeper heliKnl black stood at the down toward me with u stranger in their 'A
and he i is bed and he would be il midst. o
lit'mine., oe-cupied by a "ing'llh'lclual.' stood the Iltot-1utl'r-Lllrl in asleep, or dour and wished men ,"
This individual was watehingtnd smiling full of ItdulltJlli! own to welcome you. Il only came home and / we were1-out ot'prosperousjourney the gates and down Here she 1 is," time,' crie-d. Uncle Harry -
; that is to say, his lips weriling, but "Any )from (!rat J.lhll'II'I?" himself I few hours IO.! The COllltl'l i is the oil out of sight of Warburg before wants to he introduced to you, Miss \1-
his eves were laughing unmbbly, and I managed to )'. not here. The Herr iraf will explain everything furl."
Ia. ]had time to feet 1 sure that I was not a second l
laugfiingat! me For the futile I felt No Fraulein," was: thecurt reply, accompanied to the gracious Fraulein to-morrow., Cinderella being whirled in theprinee'scarriage "Now that you are / longer in of
that I was alone. How one be feltI'gain by a long rUle stare. Meanwhile I am to take the gracious "'rai- to unknown regions away of hli :oI. Hut any)' assistance, I hope you wi Jl'ea to
that! day Insulted uiulry I sat "Hut tam expecting (!raf U3hlen'l (car 1t1 to her room-and here it is, u nice room, no, it was: I, myself, ) traveling introduce myself," said 1lelunt0111'II
down with my: back to thektuuteredstranger \ riage." I rdll'rlt\ "The ladies of tl not so? The Countess esjiec-ially: likesit. along inl uxur Iararl"tlunl., by that was still ringing in rim)' curs Illoke.iup.
clrrlagl. tlrwlI
ek'termined to look |io more family wer' 11'.t me at Berlin, ." ltythistinleIii'loptaciuuscomlpuukuuIan l apakrofsplcudid black horses, trotting along and beheld my friend of the next drusehke. "
droschkes, let! them be as full pies with miWd them." got hhn..ef out of breath, and me into a as fast as they ( on the road to Wolters- .
handkerchiefs as they would fc, Not a word more could I make the j>o.st- pretty -rtiuuu on the ground flour, 'uut ". You Count Harry Dahlen?" I exclaimed,

Soon after this we )began to-: up to ouster u n,hrtuu t1. In u few minutes \arious not far from the front Iltllr-unt to my dorf.Not long and the little roadside inn came my astonishment making (him laugh and thl'hi.lrll.tarc. t

the station. In u minute my doo. 1'11111'11IIpen post-boys l111Itl.r tUi.ll'olt'tl'lOlhlthe 1L..toni"hmcllt. he was candles in sight. It looked very in .
ami h13.1uugC seized byfj-ter. I door, It 11111 laughing all wlillptrIng ,for me, after tellingJacvihtodt'plisit )luggage the broad sunlight, yet commonplace recollections of Harry Dahlen at your service at I .
had no l'lJllil.but to run after bin|, the to each other.Angry'and in the hall, l.ust night made me shudder on passing it. all times and in all sea'oils, tholh01' eli .
large; entrance hall I insisteel uj ',i" putting Ir\1kl'll. I said ut last in the "I think the gracious Fraulein will find A little while longer we were at Woltersdorf. not make it easy to serve 'UI he a.Mel. "
down my things, much tO*.j50,11. plainest ( muster : "Can you all she wants ; this room i is always kept We drew ant at the little i>ost.house. with u smile ami bowing low, I
titure, for he was on the l point powing give me carriage? Imu!'>t go to kraut I>ah- ready tlrUUIXlt'.tl.I| Ul't ." "Then I am There stood Jack ready to water Then everything I hullrguten in m)'
them Into the weighing ma crowd of:arrivals swayeel and urimuiuime t Something like a smile of Intlljl'II'l 11.1'"the gracious Fraulein command to pant of the carriage, for the sun was in his mlll.t My I curt answer in Berlin ; Ullll"my urn f m J
but though I scanned each (ul, fig- broke out the burly 1all'!t ll', eat' but off went his cap in an instant to Ihl/jht and arousing the '
lire, I tried in vain to recogni C ) slowly UIII"A carriage ? Ja, ja, and I .Nothing, thank you." I had my biscuits "\:4.carriage and the horses.In house; ) turning its master WlrbuT
tos*t'S.probably. t nice carnage, too. Jacob, here bring out in mv lug-.- to the schimnmef'into them, they bit of home-but I tel ready turn 'the kind ,
pa =- l ami I began and the hll-'halM' put were a to start and we were bowling rt"luittal o following J;
lUt uall.! .
', to Isuuk unsious and ai'orta- the shafts. lady wishes to be lemgcd for ft too much to be Ill to eat along the splendid roads, fn'1 SUl which lava lIar !! My sentence of thanks died away

h)'e. t.. taken to iraf fahll'II'illl.. ." and drink nights storm had cleared all the dust.Sunset upon; my 1,11"0. and I stood IxdureCuultt Har I t 1
Can I h be of any assistance to mn,1 Meanwhile t hI Ilr was ta>giving "Then 1 wish gracious Fraulein. a very ry like o silly! sclMxd girl at the mercy of her I _, 4
t demoiselle said a very pleasant, behind way to dark ominous looking clouds, that ,.lilight. With which words the guar master. Again he came to mv rescue, cliiv.alrous .
me in excellent English: f came up )uickly from the east, black us house: closed the ,1.M1 behind again, and with it the coachman knight that he was. and asking me if ''
I turned around gratefully, U dnn- night making the west orange-color by 1'11- him, and 1 was left to mv own thoughts |u>ints out Castle Hahbburj I'l'fur us, with I were homesick! he led 1 the conversation I ..f
J i"red, the laughing eyes of my I*'ir in trast. There was a great lull II the atmosphere anti devices. First I carefully rl''lllh.r l u background of t. An imx| >sing far away)' from Germany and gU"l me time
the! next tlr,+chike. He had dar ll"h not u leaf stirred, and I was oj i ores. the walls tei see that thl'T were no hidden edifice it looked ant it brought Lal.ktho to overcome my evident contusion. We
at mv anxiety, and my hale rebeintuft tthus frivelyclose. 1 wouhl not go into tlC littlewaitingroom urra.s Iloor or trll; then 111mt'kern time door reality of life to a rush. I wasCinderella : walked round and round the grass plot, a 'i
from a foreigner. I turns \. '.J for it was stilling, I ant tried tu "ll'n the window. Alas! the going homo after the No we often did I amt'fore evening, and! the n.'
a'idsaid hidijrnantly. ; "No, thapl1 i dreaded the look Ill mannerof til hUt to was on ground door, so 1 could more independence i no more traveling Jess Dahlen tvuie out and joined lo hut
, am waiting for friends." Ho 1*\w much, So I anxiously I kept out his way, Hit venture to leave the long Trench windows about in luxurious carriages; no more will Harry still k0' 't by si.le. UI -k
and m be moved away 1 thought t I tcoithe and walked up and down the silent marketplace = open, for fear of the beasts that I heard of my own ; I IUot become a elejiendentthere It i- long since I left my Castle IIun'.

saute smile lurking about !IJ bU tit musing over my day rather sadly. | burling and! lowing and champing! close by; lay my IItinatlul close lwr me. They were uU Mi grosl tle Jahl I went '
Hut the crowd was thinnng fast--tlck J ; What would they be lke. these countcss-o, I tlu'huzziug of 11ultl! Entering u go'erll1 career l t easy hOllle .'htr wi never bc another Miss -
pointed to within live minutes of thu_ when I got to way I that jioured I in toward the light. in the distance, but is so very thorny' illreality .tlfrd fur us. dll1; haw wc shall maids.

what was I to do ? p., brought tUI chose by Jacob thriving up his I i W hen sleep came to me ut last it was ac- thc brght fate, l the kind C uutt',5Y.
{wrlte'fuull'ln had better let lilt ter half-chai to my ..il.n.1 thl'l I found congluhctlbyfe'vcrishdramisin[ which rail". )1' h'ur beat loudly as we approached th" lt.scd. euii theory where ,
t'.c'ket' for her : the ladies haven'Iv out 1 "schiiiimel" IIUlt :white horse in j I road uccidt-nu and counte.s wrapped in I :( Schlo Dahlsburg.: The building 1 ,had seen her first a year .Itt'l Hut
bee wis-si-a! in the (crowd and are alru Germany. f I winding Ihlh Ullt grinning I jHttmasters I was large and ma..t.l. forming three yburjj is not far air ,you |have protu-
the train ; they will all meet at thLtjunct'in "Now get up, l'r.ullII." was his unceremonious :1 and \ \\'T mixed up with sides of a large qlltlolngllwith gray plotin come and see us often. I
where many people has ;t u.hlr' things are in I visions[ [ of home Hut curiously enough, | the m 1ll'. ( he.tone I ": 'ht she thal" came frl the
already." whenever the It\'al was wilde ul.I the making a great deal of nois I Uluil that voice. that uv 111a-nt

t uut.Tlu 'ame from t the jvl-cupp; I clambered up a thing resembling an iron danger rout imminent, the nulling eyes of t! my entrance mi0'ht luu't b'l more mode t tIIe that eventful morning at tt"Ilerifu
than and utanara. neighbor in the next drosvhke rose Hut soon all my thoughts ouitcrisl un nation. $u far fch"lp1'11
inastr: -hei had come up to Ul a ladder. more ,'arriagl stejw my> ; up \\.r' oI IU"fhat she .


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> T1MK CAtll '! Florida and Westfrn lviilway to und. !from : MALLOUY-s r :,
This shall bo her first 1 visit nfter I bring hehome marriage) if it i'l,practiced iluringcourt'-hlp0"! : CONIlNslt Savannah and nil Northern Fastern: andWostotn I ,
from Kngland] this day six weeks. Thi You're right) ho raid 1 !'hnll'tm..k(' OF TII r. : : Cities. ,'I.OnllSTI1ISIlIl- .,. :\1:.

May six weeks, young lady, remember: that I' any: more" sweet' ." and, she resumed lookl..II1I111th'rll'their !stroll.\ ATLANTIC, C t.U'1':1': ::: I INDIA TRANSIT At Lake City daily with the Florida Central -
and no delays for trousseaux: and. that khnof ble love at him as they :; KA1LKOAD Kail road to anil from Jacksonville! :M. Only IXriTl line to \I'"orlh
"ahum ,
Just' then they (lima( to an !c'I.t'trlllll ,
thing, ho added, energetically.\ Paint kn Jolltl'rlri"I'.III1.1: landings
Augustine, )
And thus it happened that I oamo to live and he said, There now. I meant, to treat l-KNlNSl'LAH: KA1LUOAU: : ) the :St. Johns hive( <\
,$Warburg after all. It i is h.m.lthrl'l' you t to ice cream, hiit.as you Say I it! N !best t ( \tr"/d\ lifiimli.I '. ;) /At on HaKlvv, daily with tho Atlantic, l liulfnud

.'ear,- since I saw it tint, but I often think to "pra< lice economy durinir! courtship.\ Ten .VMcrMlU'.KLAND> West Indtm'I'rnnsit Kailway to and fromFernandina.
"ithat it must! have \boon in pome previon cents f.'r a clear.'thirty oont! li.r two icecreann'forty i : : ) Itttl'Tl': :. : Sainesvillo( IVdar:; hey and

state of cxl'teI11.-til! has so changed/ for et'nt'savetl in a single niirht.Let's for hey West! and I '
with steamers Tampa\ ,
mo. Harry says he knows' that his r'altifl' go over: to the tonntain and take a 7d, Itf'ret: tWtnory, hit, 111. I Havana.At .

began the morning I ho saw an anxious little ,drink of water." '1'111'Wl'lIt: ; hut !she wa C Chat tahoiM'bee three I t times I weekly with Till: FINK tsfrF.MS1IIPS..
"Ion-h' the silly fellow persisted: 111 m.id: enough to bite her own 111'11.11,11'. .OINO 101'TII. ;
4 face ( the People's\ l Line and, (Central Line Hunts to
: ( 'pelting) it ) peering; eagerly into every carriage Leave Atlanta. :.M! ::* I'. st. : and from Columbus, l Kufaiita.: Foit Cainos I wi.sTiit.\ Tixjts.
and, then looking so proud and distant\ Ax: old fanner's' wife who had a servant Leave. :Maconta; 7.15 r, M. ; Apalachioola.! and other (liver I l-anding I ) *. ( 'Al'f. Ill XIX.i .

't|!< at the olFor of help from stranger, ilutw ith- that was notorious fur; breaking! dishes, 1111Olll' Leave. lirmiim!'\\ irk f !h' .... Ii.t5 v, M. ff 1:11'allth'I'pillj.t: ) :: ) and l'arlorCte'hcs. ', |

I .'standing'' its perplexities lie says he knew occasion fell asleep), in rlillte'h. liuring Arrive Fernandina, VIa................111,1ri! ,v. M. \Vmuulrnll'null Lucas Patent, run .daily\ i 1 between I 4'ITV Ol IAI.I.VS.CAIT..

*. 'instinctively' it was hat( ('unH'II' to hi+ her !slumbers her elbow unluckily o\ir- (Leave Fcrnandina.............. ...... ...lo.ut:; .\. M. Tallahassee; and Jacksonville.r'T'tiuUk I KI.SKONF. : '
's/1; door on that stormy August! night-even be turnod a Hiblo when to the amusement! of Arrive HaMwin, t.::!."> I'. JlI.1.1.i'l'.IIII'ln / time{ !sure 1"IIIIIl'I.tlollrrli'd\ l
|: fore he had assured! ;l himself of the fact bj) ; her fellow-worshiper*, she was hoard to ; .\ VLIKT! l : ( : of the iiho> "allll'l'4: will Icav.
audible voin"Annther \ Jacksonville.... 1.:111'::t> M.An sm li'ty. for lew Y"rk'I'r,' Frida
,' '",1.} of pooping the anxious over the little banisters face conducted to see, the-owne to her I bowl IIIlIttl'r, ye III hissje a very." : / ..ive Jacksonville (Cum. I Guilty: ).. '.'.33:! p. M. W-tf :Master, Transportation.UUor (to !suii the tidcs.1'Ili' *. I .

'jfi room. He 11'11h t'n then that a change haul: Leave H.ildvvin tor t 'edar I Key. 1.,111') M. Ii II"', haviinio ( rallli'rt" ntnk,

';., come to his life. And l ho lallhillg11I1h1 I'alcitlled id n.'"' Arrive Waldo. (JunotioirP.! \ I 1';:. 1 KK.:) 1.11 P.M.Leave ;. uii,l O<'(')!u Sh'n..honls. between!

,' that he shah! henceforth, boa llrm believer; \\ ". .I.:" I'. vi.ArrivoUainesvillc ;1. FF.KXAXWN.\XI: ) n NPAV: YollK.Ol : ; .

.1' love lit first 'Ijht.TIll' .I.lriwiTilt ./. ( .\.17//p. M. 'iH': S'IIIUltlaE: : ;'s the
i 1\\' Leave ( !ainos\'jllo. .t.II': :> M.An !I.
I : 0 p. :M.Trains P.P.ST:: AND) CUP.: 1 I-:: T TKANSPoKIA: : : .:
to Jacksonville: North of I'.ald- ",,'- .----., '1'111T1)) FLi IDA :IUPPKK: : :*
\ i\\ I lie was aNo a pioneer. party vvhohrokithroiuh '
'>' Hie. !snows of the vyintor of 1..11111101 vvin daily. i.OINtl :Noiini. {EEEET: r 1 l'I.OIeIH.\ : Vogotablcs and I Ii:.. willl'I'.I\'c. sj 1'1", ,1:1\:, ,

i came upon'' the triangular little \"alll'nlh'r.: 1 I t___. __ care: in handlinPASSiN(5iU -'.
I S 4 Leave l Cedar '\". l.l.;i v. M.
'I ward known" as La Porte found' him the sole Arrive O.iinesville.. .y. II ,v. S I. :: : (l 1: : .\1 t ':'oDClII.T1oXila 1 1 :
inhabitant. He had. MihsMod. for three '
),' months 1111 Iwoli'I'nit"I1la! i and a few inch( Loaw\ (i.iinosvillo, .''.;>i'| .1. M. L. i'n I N I LAN I ) "Wof.( I'll; :
\ I K.: I IL: .!lurr.1). !I.I IS .\. M.loavo I.I I.
os of bacon: in a lint made of bark and brush! Arrive \Vld11'; ( Tho traveling I1 I I'1' :d'' ,' "It'V-'ii! t the nl
I of wood. Yd when thc explorers found; hilll I Waldo. !I.;.t v. sl 1. vantage! of u Dll I I I' I.I : WM'llnl; I'.1N1'

j :. he. Ism iiiitc| alert, hopeful\ I and gentlemanIv. : Arrive. Haldvvin: ..... ............ .........lL'.l7: I'. M. t'i.4tlto.4'1': / 1OSI I'.4t' I MlAN; \ :>;: < 11\\.-, ii..i mad ,ifJaik.siuivillo

.: '. \Hut: I "JlI'l'l'flll1IIakl'\ way: hero for (the Leave Jacksonville! (Cum. lualte.11.1.: ) :! .1. M.Arrive I. S -: .1 vNoSKASICKNF.SS : __ willi) III '''-.tIIll., :; ts liar all

terser narrative of ('apt. ]Henry( :Synios.com- Ayer'sViqor IIal: 10 lwin rj.o: :! p. M. 'points on the M '"h.fs.. Ot\ k'm m iitImn.' : :and\

.,, niaiiihn the purporting! \ party' :; "\\ c k11I c.. 1Y3Mr. \Indian, layersnl: < .with the '! :"I: it 4.ul-:
Leave Ha\ Id win !.llI) I'. :M.Ariivo ..
: i ,A, upon him I m, gentlemen snilden-liko" i jes I IY I IVriiaudi'ia, : ; .. .. ................. :ll.liip.\ ) vi.; I'(,m/l'I at t FI'IIII.\1. .ill I .Silt.-hl statiin i 1 i

', p' uurrnttturuck liko this, -demonstrating bo. !I llosceAf Hair ]Leave: Forn.indina: :l\\"t\ \ 1'. M.Leave 1. f" r rL": T!J' I.JJ-r., .j..1 II ,,
I i I I the 1i.lalH'I'7.\ near ez you ] Hruusvvuk >.cH\I.< \ M. 1 'IjN1, ( AXI PA.-S.F.XOF.K: ( : KATF.S: :
and 1 ho dives into his cabin; and l come'j Lu. ,.......oJCr..LJ r ::: 11\\11'
us l.'t: \'Maeon. .. lo) .\. M.Airivo : '. ,:. ...,:: .._., auJ -._' AS: 1 INDIb'l.cr: LIN1XritThrough :
\ ,. out agin with !L_tall hat-a !< \ gen -... .. 10\\
,I I'j" tlemon-;and. )blank' ale glol' 'to\"l'\i\I'! \ was II FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS Atlanta, ( Ja. l.b", I'. :M. c-:;. '-f-!,. ---. ..- f'';''''; ,/ I > and Hill of Lading
Trains to (Cedar, I'I'1111.1 South of
I ?, tall, thin feller, hollerin\ thel'h'l'k-t'1.llIiht' NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR. to all points.,
bo -and till color in his face, I'Z"a" nat'ral win daily except :Sunday.1'KNINSITLAI :: :: So Ot'l.1N: PANUF.KS: :: For passage, or timer {in I format; i"lI. aprMv)

-f; I takin' in account his starvation grub. But IT \ a most agreeable dressing, whichis ': I :: n! KAIL1IOAH:( to
&; ho lifts lits hat. to us o, and so* ho : "1Ia "ipy $ ( lla1,1n !Rrmuh.) I K.: W. 1'11'II'li.. .
to make your acquaintance, gentlemen ; Fin at once harmless and effectual for preserving nil: siIMHWCITY ': 1'\1,11.1 II .
sot TII.
afraid experienced, some dilUciilty In the hair. It restores, with the (C. II. MALLOiV: (CO.,
you I.I'a'L'rlll.I.TlIlIl'tioll.. gettiiu'hero. Taku u cigar." And hepull'; '. gloss and freshness of youth, faded or gray, 1 Leave; 1 law t borne. T.Ui.v. M. or un IIUU'I'OX: 1'1'1'' 'jo I Just: 'or. Now_. -Y"I. .k... r.1

tx a out a saucy cigar-co-se with two real' I Hava light, and red hair, to :a rich brown, or deep Arrive Luchluusa.....,........ ......... **.III!' .v. :01. And niVIH ('I.AICU -
las in it. 'I I wish there was more, :sez he 1.'IOnll l\l> I.\\ \.\
Ye don't smoke yourself." sez I. black :as may be desired. By its use thin iOIM: :M'UTH.
) '. ho which war a lie fur ].pa.whloo"a.] .............. ..... .....111.i51,1st. TII: :KI ,V I 'Seldom
sez and baldness
i hair is thickened, ( "
1 seed him haugin'onti Lease llalvtu'rime.m{' U' v. M. ./: .rTHK I I : 1'\S'1' rfT\
b I that very afternoon though not always cured. It checks fallingof Waldo .IUlll'lioll..l.I: ;. I'. MTrains "1r
short \pipe\ like a suckin' baby, ), onto a hot'), \rr \ ....-- .
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t t tie. I kept those cigars' for any gentlementhat the hair Immediately( and causes a new I from Waldo Lochloosa: ,, and I return 1'\I"OI'Slau:; :: ( ; : i x- TvroSKTAKLlj'i : ; : I "
1' Ilroin..' ca's's Tursllay1'limi, !<,lay and :Saturday.CONNIPTIONS. <1>----11I -: _III
1 might \ growth; in all where the glands are h.. I
'" deal o' the l.e'twt'itty I II I .
i reckon see a great .
I yer'soHill you: Parker starin' at tin : not decayed ; while to trashy, weak, or ATI.VXTV.Close : LI INKSlcauler : -- in D-

hat and gloves and will kill' at the )boys., otherwise diseased hair, it imparts vitalityand -
( connection is made tittllnt: t. Cia..
I ;/ '.\ few\ Ind. i occasionally'so/. and renders it Performed bylo ,
ntis" strength pliable. ,) u
North ll'.t1'ca: :110
to and from all points amNorthwest ('If) of'vrr. n'ld'hm.; ) 1'11'1:111) ,,
Injins !!t' III'Z"C.. \pointed stoamsADMIiAL| ; (

I v YI''. Very quiet good fellows in theiiway. The Vioon cleanses the scalp' cures and : daily.AT M J \ro.N: \I! \., JOHN FITXUKKALH.( : : to theLeave owing schedule :
They have once or' twice brought mi i'eilarPassengers on Tuesday'
game, which I refused' as'tho {poor' fellow! prevents the formation of dandruff; and, With 'l'ralusir: / i'titulm,1'ulanmbu': : C < !a.Montgomery .. Waits! at IVrnandina, : for the :Monday aiThursday I I ( froii'' vannah leave I by, 1101'11111)

I have had a pretty hard time of it themselves. by Its cooling stimulating, and scathingproperties ( Mobile)' mid New Orleans.AT : III.ht'I'.I!. table Trains nf the City of HrjlgI.tn Satnrdav. I p. III 1'11111'1. Leave

: .' it heals most If not all of the miNVMUXt.: : : .'1.\., ATLANTIC. C il'l.l'ill'i : \\' 1'1': I INDIA) '\' ,I sonvillo by Transit! Kailiinirnin'g '-

Now, gentlemen, we was, ez :you know, humors and diseases peculiar to the scalp, With New York and FI''IIaIl.lillaIl'alll. :: road train MoiKey ), Arrive at
rather quiet men-rather I peaceable; men ; !ship Lino fromctv York on Wednesday:< .vetI'ININNt'l..IR 1VestVul: II' but, bavin' been shot at three times by thcsiyar keeping! It cool, clean, and soft, under JO.lioa.) : m., and for Now York on Friday! lit : I : ; KA1LKOAIN: : )::, \';la1.11'- r afternoon.Havana !
'good'. Iti jins. and Parkir hisself, bavinii which conditions diseases of the scalp and Wcdncs Ic:
I .s :t.4o l p.' m.; from Nassau! N. P., on HI.turnllg. Thursday: oven
three inches of his, own !o1',11'I leaving Ci'iitro Street Pock dinvt fur :-1\111I':; st
(matter o hair are impossible. Ilalilr; Nassau! N. 1'., on WednesdayVith ing. leave Key Friday inoriiinj.Ar
I lying/ loose in their hands and\ he \\"ulkin'rounll \ ( ieorgia and Florid.i Inland Steamboat nab. Passengers' : ( foul shippirs\' nna sun I I'c Collar Key inlay i liiorninir (and at
vvoarin' leaves like n Roman connection at, :Savannah:: with tho steal.
green III by Transit
As Dressing for Ladies' Hair t (Co. from Savanna!i un'I'nt'.uluy\VtMhu's- .J'kOI\'II' FI'1allllll
I'lalo'l-lt did. kinder seem oif thl< yoi a ships and tiains for the Noilh. 'Savannahiiccording :
'? day Friday. and Sunday ; for Savannah\ Oil \ Hlluro: veiling. Ild ar : :
'( stranger was play in' rather low down on the The VIGOR Is incomparable. It is colorless Tuesday, Friday mid :Su'nday.With' 1 by "tll1lr( City llridgt ton Monday morn.

1 ho)'s. HiIlI'ark'l'r gl'tlII' and takes a Mir contains neither oil dye and will\ Charleston, Steamers (.S' Joints amC'lfif Slcniuor Uanld C'litrli l'II), thus formiltlioImrtest possible, "rn
l' vey o' him and :soz he, poacoful-like: : nor }'o1)) from Savannah and, Charlestoi, rUllt.I.lWl'I'1 t 'lil'ollut,1, and! Cuba.,
Ye.av these! Injins-these ycr gmiictt not soil white cambric. It Imparts an ".IT. P. H. WAKD:
ycr Wednesday, ami Snndav ; Saviinnah:: atiCharleston < 1'\|(mh.: KATKS.:: :
.. i I'I I Injitiollercd'I yer ;l1no'!' agreeable and lasting! perfume, and as an :)101t1a11I11 t \ Friday. Leaves Contro t :Stn-et. I Pock every Wcdnosd.and Y nIMI.1J.jIIa'IIII1 i n

r "" 'They 11i,1."lIl'Z, he. article for the toilet it is economical and With Steamer\ l''l
And voit refoosed? < ;Ja., and :semi-weekly lo and Iron ST. SIMON'S DAKIKN) : anDO .i tl 111:..... '; <(5i I ::1" (ill
f In its excellence
I did, hI' unsurpassed
sez River HOY JA.. .. ; (
St. Mary's Ijiiitlings.: Jacksonville to /11 :1j'1' :3M ri<(I
i Must hev' ntade'cltt foci kinder hal.nrll'r -

tortored their sensitiv' naters?' so? Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., AT nvrnvMN: n.v., )Icrrurrarulaisteamers & For ALDKN'ST.statei'oon) : I 'tOiJicis.idtickil-) I to 11\1:

Hill. With Trains for Live I )ak,1'allallm"ee: .iud)
They tl'alllIeclllec1 quite disappointed." rractlcal and Analytical: CheniUU. all points in Middle i< nod\ West Florida 1..IT are connettcd by, Through. : Tar! i Savannah, < Corner Hull and Inll

t R In sez Bill. ".\nlnow, iiiout I Lowell Mass. with time Atlantic, iulf: .\: Wc.-t/ I India Trai. htrcets II. A. .I.111
course: KI.V.
: ask who be ? ,sit and Peninsular' Kail; muds, ami via Savin FI'I'WloillIIIlt: 11tl. .\. L. MKU:
you you SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVEIIYWIE: With\ Steamer .tl >nt for all Miints, anal! LKN: Agent. i
Kxcusc: : mo," savs", the stranger; and darnmy .. )> | mill with htoamships' fur Haltimorc, l'I.lla.. :
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skim if he didn't[ List out a kcerd-casc,. - IttiilroiHlM.CKNTUAL landings\ on Orange! J I.llkl', Oil arrival of Peninsular deliihia, Now York and (tom,tun. .Jlwk""IIII' nur Ha: valid, Pinostntts

and handing: ,; it over to Hilly, sez here's mykyard. Kailroad Train. For. StateKooms: Tieket.s and all otht r .\. I.\ I'JtI'lIt.
1." : : UAIMtOAI. AT UXKM'II.I.K: :, H.V., particulars' apply' to till following .\ I'lIh11I11 I St. .\l l.tll 1 tll' (lay. II. F. AK.M-' '

I Hill took it and read out aloud J. Trottj' Ifl.OHtHA With f-tagl-1.1I1l': for Ocala mid Tampa: on Illces : HTHOXC,. gm 2'MfT. .
v Monday, Woilnesday! und. Saturday ; from Fornandina, Fin.-(Capt.' \' J. I.. Ruumillat.lgtnt,4'eatrest. ,
Kentucky. .J.\KIlc))\'IIU:. Fr.v., Marih III, 1S79.! lilllll SC'lnnlI.I: ; : :
It's", a pooty koi-rd'," sez Hill. date Trains this I toadwill Ocala and Tampa Tuesday Friday and\ Sun I I/I't WI.t'lI Hl'l'Olltlllllci Thin i I. --
On and after this on
I'm !glad you like it," sez thc stranger day. tiavaminIlmhi.-'air: Hull and Hryan :Sts; .TI.INIL's:
I follows
I f'ckollthe other fifty-one of the deck run as : AT CKDVIC KKV: KI.V., opposite' piilnski, andScrovcn, : : House.Jacksonville .

) ez us jKHjly-all of 'em Jacks", and left bow I 11.\) y PASSKX: :
i .erg sez bill. Leave: Jacksonville ..................... N::!.. A. M. Tampa': and Manatoo Monday' ainl I Thursday. \ :-I: !!., Ir.) L'Knglo's: Drug) Inure ; .\. (C. I.aii

I r Tho stranger sez not bin' but kinder Ix'ave Halt\ I win ........................... {(::.' ) .\. sl.I at 4 p.' m., and fur Key West Sunday and phere, 'I'ickct Agent ; A L. Hmigcrfori, S" .JO } K..l jl'ITVPOIXTJT7'ILM : f I

('draws back from Hill but Hill ups and sez : I U-ave take City ................. .........11:31.1.:: : M. :, ThiirwLiy, at ((5; )p. ml. Agent.! a.--- -- -- IC
I, d .. Wot I is your little game, Mister J. Trott Leave Live Oak........................... 1:1N11': M. "'\\tlt tho United States and Havana IVt, Augustine( 1.'ln.-OIl( the Hay, R. V'.
|of Kentucky ? Arrive at ,ti/: I'. M.Ix'ave Mail( \ tuuner.hbni,-,if for Koy West, ILn 1 'nna, rlll..trllllCI'lIt.. '

I," I don't ih'lnk quite understand you," Savannah ............... ........... N.OO: .\. M. Cuba, "arrival of SM'lal'I'ruhl{ I 'very'111es- Palatka, Flu.- Lilienthul P.rothen >V: Co.Agents. .. 'I

{\ "'IeZ; the stranger: holler fire oomin into his Leave Live Oak......... .................. .r>:;..i I'. !M.Ixave day afternoon at 4.3U..p. m. From Havana, .
[Cheeky like oz if they were a Iowlof a pipe.pf" take City .......................... ft:no) p. >i, Culm: and. Key West! ever)' I Saturday. "Special OIWAVK; : LKVK ileuerrl : 11

Wot's this ycr kiil' -glove bu. ness ?-tnin I-A-ave Haldwin ............................ 7.; I, yer tall hat p.lmlintli'" yer circusfoolin' Arrive at Jacksonville ................. N.iir I'. M. Steamer J"'Jjfrt'l'rII. for points{ '' on the W. .1' IIAKKY 1: : .-
? Wot's it all aboutI'Iiu are ye, MAIL AXI F.XPHF.SS: !:: : (lUii.v.) Siiwannoo Hivor on Thursdays! at Ii(i a. III. Jeneral; '\f'lIt. :Savannah;
? For !information respecting routes!, rale, J. X. : \ .\ :-;, l1'riiaiiiliim for Ja(.kx.nvill.-
} anyway" Kz Leave Jacksonville....................... 5:1111':: ) M.I etcapply to II Manager.NT. \ I Ika and
The stands up' and sea he : lumlings
I don't stranger with ,on land,' I 1.1'11"1''hitt' House..................... (;:151': sl. A. O. \I IC {lOX) 11.1.; ------ -- -' ._. -- -_._- IT on tin 1111I'1 .' IlIh'wl.lat, I
own 1
1v qn-irrel' guests" my Ix-aveHaldwin............................. 7t: "" ho. I think \lu'Jlulluw I'm-a gentleman JIAKVS itivr.ic 1-\JUn': ('hark :
sez ,' he. ) Leave lIarl.\.iJlI.I > ............... ........... 7"I': M. H I':. MVXVVEI.I., (Jcn'ISupt. :21JACKSONVILLE a

With sez that he takes nIT his tall hat and Ix-ave Sanderson. .......................... S.07; I'. si. --------- -- --- Irn ), i I .
and l'a'I' Olusteo.............................. 1$:":Y P. M. : :, l'I':\:;.\l'tH.SU 'I'rnl1li '
.k makes"but a low Hilljites how so out, of sudden turns! awaylikothi1l with his la-uve )It. Carrie.......................... 1x(4):( :! I.. v.Arrive ( ) ': KAILIiOAIl.MVSTKK {: lltP FOK! JAtpVILLi: AMI '.\.\".\. ft'7i1

right; fixit and drives" his No. lo boot clean Lake City.......................... II t::; : .. ... .............. i:15 \ ."
the (i that tall hat like one IA'UI.h'c Oak ..... : : \ M, TAI.-VIIVMH-'FIA.. : February:5 I 1..11.. f ,
through crown
of the circus hooj Arrive Tullahussw, ...................... 7IMI:' A. M. On and. after Monday( February 2, 1 lw....o I, pin IVniaridinuFOK j
I. That's alwutez fur ez I remember.\ (!entlemen Arrive Albany.............................111:...i.t, M. iitLsseiigcr trains of this road will run as follows '1'111'i: HTIIAMKK: : FI.OUA.

\ thur warn't but one man o' that .\rrh.eNI\'anilah...... .................." !IIMI.\I.: !, vi/ : CAIT. JOHN KICHAKDSOX( : : ,, f..AI .\Jtu {'I.lITO:; I

iI Leave Savannah .......................... 4'f:: p. JlI.IA'u'e .
hull crowd could actooelly swear what :.\ST Sul NI ). ': KT. .; v
ez TUAIX ( Kl'X OX Till MAKY'H KIVcr .
Albany ............................. 4:1)111': M.I I I
happened{ next and that man never told cave Tallahassee ......:................ 5:".,) I'. M, Leave ChattulnKx-hi-o..daily at.... '.' 'MI P. M. during the M-O.SOII as! follows iJtlon! niiido with steamer for .J
"'ur a kind' whirlwind jest then took place : Leave Oiiinoy...................: ...... 't: :22 P. si. Ix-avoSr. M\KY'H f 11'EItY'mUNi.IYand: : ) MolloiiviJI{ I : ', aNo
.. .. 2:15 witloteaiu-
Leave Live Oak................ .. A, )I.I.I'u'e J'II'rl.r(
in that valley 1 dUrcmembcr anythin hutdu.t 1..c.'U\.c.lallalu1.'IIot..l'.............. ...... 'H lq Pp. M. TilL1l :SI.11' MORN( ISO at II lo'duck, for also
l.uk'l'it ......... ................. :tri: A. N.IA'a'e : ut Savunnafiwith .
I aiuLbiistlin'. Thur wasn't no yellin'\ ) 1.t.'U1lItll''lIu .............. ...... 7 10 p. M.Lcave FKIINVXMXA ; and) will leave FKKXANMNV llf.rO. 'Iu New York. .
.. .. 4:1$ )
; Mt. Came................ ... : A. M.IjiaveOlustee .tcu
'j tharwa..n't no "shootiu'. It wa.1oncu' them irocii\ille.............. ...... 8'lHp.: M.Uave Hume days, at M a. III., for C/AMP' )PI.NCK.NKYand : Unuroaiid C 'ldlu.ldlhia.
.............................. 4:-40.N.. Hoston it
t' suddont things; that left even a ..ix-! out in the cold. When I kept to in thechappurdLtIn' I.t11IJ'c Oak................ ...... 215 A. M. Uoturnlng KVKltY: 'rl'l':'HJA y and Fills Northeu.J'I.i".ldlllla. -
leave Uarl.'ville............ ......... 5:5.5.v. si.Ix'.ive UI* CarlA
{ oncomfortablo like from .. Arrive l Savannah............... ...... 9MIA.x.lrrive'fhuiiii DAY, dill arrive at ST. MAKV'H at 5 m., .
Haldwin.......................... (1.40: .\. st, p. lina Kuf for rUlh.1 \urtll. EI"t amiWtt.
bevm' only half a bhirt ellI f"ulI.llllgh on ) _;\'isle..,........ ....., 055 .\. M. touching! l"F.IIN.\.IINA.
I ;
I..c.'a"'lIitc House: ........ ..... .. ... 7.05: A, !si. t.
f three pounds o' gravel and "stones in my Arrive Jlu.ktlfl/l\.llIe..................... 750.N., .'rr'clImn)................... ......10 25 .\. M.Arrive On WKDNI1SDAYH: and 1 HATUHDAYH! .
pockets and stiffness" in my ha'r. I looks"" Mail and Train Cars takeilty....'............ .,.... 33S.t: M. I will leave ST. MAKY'M 1Ut $:.'*) a. in., and can/ FIIWTr 1'III'n'C'O i : : I ( 1
On Ksprexs Sleeping
up and sees Hill hangin in the forks of a through to and from" Jacksonville and .'..rrh (- Itjldwla) ..............? ...... lta.rj: \. M. hi'l chartered) 1 for excursion: to1111uge11esil } ( i

hickory napplin twenty feet above me. t Savannah run also Lucas SUi-ping Cars run .trriteJatkwnville........... .?... 7 Wi .\. )I. Throi*. ( and Staterooms r4(1in: (
!(*;- Cap,' sez he in an inquirin' way, hez through, to; and ,from Jacksonville; and Tal- Arrive IVrnandina........... ...... 3 40) p. M.Arrive awl l all) fiiatioii fiirni!hed at Mice, i"ur-:-

'. the torlllAAlo i itassed ?' )laha+.ee.; (;iainoMvillu! ............ ...... 1\,1'| si. iind other IHiut8 of interest in the vicinity lute (Ccild, $WYalel I .tf't.t...

I r inWhichT''bezI, Arrive U.lurKey .............. ...... !tt11r.x. j i__ A. XOYHH.AVIIIY '
.* nus.StHS.Xl'm"i.'J.: : Duty. uf\ Fernandina. :11
[ Thl+ yer elemental disturliance it ( ) .
.t over? IA ve Jacks4"" nville>....................11:15 A. M. PAKSKXiJKK; : ;]; 'fltAIS-WJ'ST: Ho'Nlt.leave ur I. ..
.. TliroiiRh IlillM iuliiitcl.y .
Arrive Haidwin) .12.:%] p. M. Jacksonville laily at 5 ::?) p. M.Uave I

!\: .04,. .J I Heoau reckon'sez' soz I he, afore this )'er electri- Arrive{ Kernandina,..................... 3:40: p. M. Fernandina ............ "" .....10 ;jai] ,\. si. MAI.I/iY'H LIXK: of Steamers to ail
.. ..... .... .
u IAaveafuesville.; ...... J I": \ si.U'ave .
.eat phenomenon took with place I bed and a alight\ I'dI I Leave... Fernandina..1o:3o Haldwin.. ....... l'jo: A p., M.N. (.'(slur Key .............. ...... 4 :.V> A. !M.Uauc4Uldwin 1'llIt"; ors the. :St.; Mary's.witli r
misunderstanding, a stranger,
[ -aye ............... ...... 7 1M' 1'. u.
Arrive Jacksonville ..... ... :2:35 P. M. ? ('lose! ('onnectlon
\ I"like to ajMilogize with that he climbs down jtwefulJand IVsKfiigen for Kernandina? and C.star Key U-ave take City ............... h ?.... 0 40 p. M. }I\J-\XI I HOAKIMX( M1.\ULX
And -
and take this train. No train from Haldwin to Leave H.I van ............... ...... 4 :'JO' p. si.l mule the Nt-w York and SavannahMurk
into the shanty comes
r ) goes: live .. ......_ .... IAOIW: AXI WA.; :
in-liand with that stranger, I Cedar Key on Hunotay.n'SSElTIOSII.t Leave l Oak .. a 15 \ x I'Itt-alllt'nI. all goods! "Cure of"Steamer ;:.
tllfmt.nll that's the first Haldwin with A., n. A Leave Madison ..............._ ?.... 35 A. M.Uave I'br" Fernundina." and from t Meamcrs UI') Tntl-M.

an we know'd anythin' about 11'.1.1'. U. JJ., for Cc.Ur Key, ainesv51U Greenville ...... 4 3J! A. si.Uave IJOOU; A( '( '()\UHW.\'fIOSH FOK I'AK- 4'I (:: FOJ IA t'U-c.: IT: .'.

of La Porte." and Fernandina and all Mints North and \funtieellu'-: ...... 5do A. M.rriveTallahaMMee lIt'IIl'nI..u'Uflliulll"t.! and Tourists will J'UK : :

[gentleman 4i,. We.t ; at Lake lltv (.r Tal! aha...e.-, AHiany, .\ ............ ...... 7 II") A. st.Uave tutu thin a very attractive trip, as the m-t-nt-ry ; ( (; .Iu J/.tR11./ iS. +
"WOt'LD mind standing here till I go Savannah, and all points North and Wi-M ; 'f &lIah__...... ......... .... H.'VIA.-M.: IH grand and alligators and other game are JOI UWi:

l\n and pet a you cigar?" he, a,>ked. Of course at Jai-ksonville with Ht.' Jobtm River St(muem. leave l t iuiiicy.............. ..._ ,' ......IOOH) A. M.rrive ul>llwlullt.I t.m.Slt WAOOXH.;
; \ ChatUhi, hee....... .....JI ao M.i inlm: e.ISll.-4s
l otL she replied : hut don't you think J. S. McKLKOY: A. I For further infonuulion apply to : < ?v
\ 'Heorj, that smoking! is uifenslve., and that "'. M. II iviiox, 3layterTrun'ltD.I {'USSt:<'''flOSH. I JOHN HUU.\IWOUS: : and' Itbt' nt ltrl.t n".,

it\ \ easier practicing;, e n>noujy after Sui>erintendent. .\ live Oak ilaily with the Rivaiuiali, 2-Vtf Fernamlina, Fla. Iru' d 1 ItfTIlE

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: :IT.LOUlIHUOH.{' } ,. null national. Leaving: their old and seeking A Lit: WITH A ClllCUMSTA\Ci, of malarial: or epidemic. character. Thanks Till 110TTOM OF Till SKA.it (.

-- and building new home!' they have had The extreme partisan Republican: newspapers to a kind I'roidence, we have thus far been

KA T lJIJ'--;; ;r, ,Sh'1'T1.loll;il-C a;:, SI-- little to interest them in a political way of the Xoith, Kast: and West, in the exempt: from this!' the greatest: evil which The average height!! of the land: 1I"n'thl'!

.. The present active canvass: in the slate b}' /'ilie111111 the rural 'lit trictx, have, ever since can; befall' !!, the sickness that wastfth atnoonday sea level docs not exceed 1,118)<> feet. The:

nl ::110 \'ICJ 'l'iCII1:1'. the opposing, candidates, hay naturally the war, continuously and persistently tubs ami the pestilence that walketh in average depth of the ocean is: e.tilllah'llnth: :
nWllkC'III'.lmnre l interest and all ciitnl, the South: of Southern considerable! certainty about two and
intelligentpeople rcprc : ; usually, a generalway : darkness.: The prosperity: our
The ri,1" nf rfa' b/ jury, the /u1Geqq 1'1'1Il'd so
CITJlIM, imperially those: who have recently accusing: ; till' Southern people' fraudviolence -", land I is also: n matter of grateful acknowl miles or \.M: feet below average
the lil.rrll rlf the r fll't, the,1.,1'11/'. rtf! /rre"", of the globe) coveredby
come, will give: their attention to political: outrages, and all the rimes of the edgment. The orange crop last winter that the area of the part (
the 11f1111rnl riyhli f l'rrJW'fIA, rain the ry"; "' rlproprrlg 1 than that '
malt l'r11,1 We ak I them to look over decalogue. These charges( have been made brought large nnd substantial returns ; the water being four-fifth* greater
tarrxt be ,/'f'III'rtel-U, 11AS000Kdo of the
the tax lists! in their respective! eountic":*, without any particulars, or names or localities vegetable !growing season was, for the most of the land: and the average depth i
n'nl'ral; : Order U'tn, XII" :29! IK7.(} the
the county expenses civil and l criminal, nnd given. ]tsvuskcptuptuprcurhthcyos- part, favorable, and added greatly to the sea, thirteen times ;greater than averageelevation ,
.v"t.inI11&! 111t ,'rbintc; tar from "bins u'Jint clear that the
Compare; the present Confervahe: State government : I/nl of! lode ami sectional feeling, and lire the business and income of our people' ; the cot. of the land, it isery
'JI'Ic'c; to IJC hnk't mill rigid,-11txFteL1coTT that if II
with that which preceded it. l"(arnnnd Northern heart. Now and I then, however ton crops are, as a general:: thing, good, and I one does! not balance the other, !so
:- 1iA Cyt'K. \_ know the and record of these will it i is all the land were to sink to the level of the J
political history t papers, notably t the New York Triltniir, although: injured by the recent gale .

FOil 'ItDHn r : the respective' candidates and their advisers! one of the most vindictive, and virulent, haspuhlNhed believed, be quite equal to on average. The !ll'Iit would only diminish! its depth one

) GENERAL '{V, B. HANCOCK, and supporters. If the new-co11u'rs will hut n lie, and imposed! on its credulousreaders fruit crop on the trees has also: been thinned thirty-sixth part.'

or FENYLPA\1A.: look into the matter, their decision will he by giving the circumstances. To he- out, but will, it is generally supposed, still The islands, in the sea are regarded, as all

i- made for the right;; nnd I not for the wrong. sure a ddiial and proof of the falsehood, exceed that of last year. belonging i to two classes! -some such as n ireatIJritain

FOR vtornEstnnvrWILLIAM : That they will look' into the subject we believe quickly follows\, but as it is not published: To what do we owe this prosperity and Ireland, etc., are merely parts of

H. ENGLISH, for it is not only a matter of moneysaving by the Tribune the readers of the lie do not health ? First, to a kind and overruling the main land separated from it by watersof

"? Of t-NMAXSTATIST : ,\, but it is a matter of present anal, fti- see the denial. The same thing occurs when Providence, acting under natural laws! given no great depth and homogeneous in their

I"UISIIUX'JU.II.It."I'OUS.: : : ture wcll-bcingofsotidy. Woe! he the day, a rural paper publishes: a faNestateiiientandeditorially for our good and welfare ; and next, as to character with the adjacent main land. The

I.AIUJK : when Florida. : shall he remitted to t the present endorse' it iw true, a full and' health, in an increased attention to the, physical other class: which appear to have risen from

.1-I.\I11EI. PAS('( of Jefferson County I Radical leaders! ; does any one doubt, hut complete exposure of the wicked lie i is sent laws which are given fur our guidance its depths of the sea, are all volcanic origin

Ai.lllat't'S.1dtTS1LL: of Duval County.FIUSf'tsTnKT I that the i'>,I iKH negro votes will demand, to the Northern editor, who, without shame, It has"been well said that cleanliness is .

\ : 1'0-itiollulI,11"l\n'raIlI1I'wlit' from the 1-14.1< sticks to the lie as lint! published and vouch* nkin to godliness ; that purity of body and Hy means of the soundings! the scientific

.1. l:. YONGK, f Msi-ambin County.SKCONtntSTUItT white Radicals who promise it in advance, es for it. The recent instances, where one surroundings is akin to purity of soul mill explorers on the Clnilleinjrr, were enabled to

: : /and who have exultingly proclaimed, that Hammond, volunteered a vile\ slanderous conduce to the physical health, in the onecnxc bring up from the bottom of the ocean everywhere

THOMAS F.''KIN\"\ Alaehu.i: County. they would nigyeriie the State. )!t'1or\ the lie on our military companies, and, the! arch as it does to the moral health in the I'peclmeni'or\ the deposits: which

-1--KT.UNOK North, IattV'est: what do you fay to such liar Hickstlt] solemnly asserted that seventy other. cover I the bottom of the sea. The deposits
i a pos.sjhle crime towards you ant I your fait Republicans: had assassinated: near We have learned, to care for the health of formed by the disintegration: of ordinaryland

OK I.K'i COL'NTY.DLOXHAM, l1ic' Would you avoid it? Lift up your him, whose funerals he attended, show that the community by sanitary and I precautionary masses: were, as a rule, found only in

hand-\: and join\ with otherpropcrty-liiilding, such lies! are resorted to to impnr on the measures, by good drainage, by removal the comparatively !shallow waters in thenear

FOR i.iEi'Tr.rK'T-oovKUNon: : : tax-pnying, good citizens: in crushing: out the Nortlfern people, making them believe that of garbage and those things which generate neighborhood of these masses, the almost .

:LIVINGSTO|, w. BETHEL, men who only seek election\ "spoil"! the "volunteer soldiers are !spitefully disloyal: ,, flIllair and cause sickness. We have learned universal absence of silicioui: sand of

OF Moxrt: cor.vrv. land. and the Southern people hateful rebels nnd to be prudent in dress, diet, and to I\\'ojll'x' our !shores being i* most noteworthy fact:'

1- assassins.This In the vicinity of volcanic centres, like the
Foil roNUHKs4KlllSTROBERT ;; 1\'rHtc"t: TIII: nvii. DAYS oi' ..SCl1I'TilllIF1'I : posure.If P
H. t. DAVIDSON, fliSCLfl '. will never cease as long as the Republican our people, generally and universally, Azores: Philippines, there wa-s found on

OF ClUiSll: ('on 'r\'. The days of theilc'al'll: and preceding party }i" in power, for its very life would desist: from the use of intoxfl-ating liquors the bottom extensive deposits of I'l.ll'la, }',

depends' on such tlI'tilll'h'n Gen! Han- live tengteratelynnuabstelttiously, we pumice stone and, manganese: ,all of volcanicorigin.
Radical administrations, as Wl' all recollect
FOR cv sfiun! s-}:ro\n IUSTUNT : cork shall become President, with the Democratic ) should present the best! health record, we Next to these vocalnic deposits: the

GENERAL JESE J. FINLEY, were the days of depreciated State party in control of the government. firmly believe, of any part of our land. next most considerable deposit was of jtlo-

OF ('IIJ.l'? > ('lit;NT\'. and, county scrip, of an empty treasury, and there will be a change for the better, the Ll't114 then, while we are thankful forth bcigcrina-orzi', being the shells: of the globi-
of a ring of scrip speculators.
t FOIl MK.MHF.Ri4:
LEWIS W, HIGINBOTHAM, t erCrhnuhle1111y expenses\ this irredeemable floating' paraded, the lit, o(1yshirt, will find climate and favorable conditions of life by. found floating in the sea, which, in their

GUSTAtSTARK. its occupation! gone, and, all sections of living under the dictates: of sound reason, descent to the bottom, increase thickness
scrip, to meet which it was well known that
OFAXD N\\14 { 'Ol"TS7'.ITl : \', the country will have peace mid good will anil not bring upon OIlI''I'I\'l'oIlhe: : evils which of these: shells, and in the deepest seas are
lIll'n'11:01: not, and never would be, dollar
f As for the miserable falMlicrs, they will beshunned are the natural result of the violation of the dissolved 1 : altogether
in the treasury. The i'\lIIalllllllollllt\ of cash
: XAXWAL POLITICS. and let severely alone. divine natural laws. If we are prudent, Professor (;Jeikie, in a lecture on Geographical
revenue paid i in from licenses was absorbedby : '
"'0 hlnot in !Ir editorial columns temperate, moral and industrious, Florida Involution"; before. the Geologiiciil : -
the State olllcl'If services to he
jglvcn 1 much space tojlional! politics, as we TllKATMKXT OF COXVIVTS.The will be second to none as permanent home. Society, after considering the facts obtained
performed 1, articles: furnished (to the State,
llisbce) and
able Republican 1'l'Ukl'Col.! the researches of the '
:liavc! liberally copWrom\ journals, by 'hnllengcf',
it double three times the cash
was at or :
which have fully\ tad of national )parties Mr. Ix-dwith, make the charge against the Tin DRIFT. thus sums up :.
value, because the payment was to lIe made
their! history: t thtplatforms nnd their Democratic State administration that the From all we can gather from the press reports From all this evidence ma'I'gitilllate.

candidate) The iifnal' executive committccs depreciated scrip, which, until tax-paying convicts, instead of being fl'llllllll housed in of both sides, we think the unnmtakablc I ly conclude that the present land of the
time could only be traded oil'at halt its: face:
/ have neiit "'vcr}' section! of the the penitentiary' are hired out to work on drift is in favor of the election of General globe, though composed in a great measureof
or less, ,for merchandise, or sold I to scripspeculators ,
ountry political IMlIl'lItl410 that the I turpentine and cotton farms! and charge this Hancock.: In the pronounced, Republican marine formations, has!' never lain under
who held it to IllIl1t advance
people are familiar H the whole subject, as a great cruelty, although they admit states like Vermont and Iowa, Michigan and the deep sea but that its site must always

anti will vote for t) l party which they to tax-payers, and the speculators making that it results! : in the saving of over $.' OOOO, ayear Kansas, the Republican vote will hold its have been near land. Kvcn its thick marine
hunk The Kx: ;tlvo is Republican, from twenty-live to one hundred per cent, to the tax-payers.! In Tennessee: until own, and probably this will be the case generally limestones are the deposits: of comparatively
by the upl'ratiUlThii\ : state of things was
thc Senate nud Hot of Representatives) recently a large number of convicts have in the rural districts when men are shallow water. Whether or not any :

iirc Democratic. If j situation I is encouraged and promoted by n ring of scrip been kept in the penitentiary, and the fllect I less independent} nnd more pronounced in trace of aboriginal land may now be discoverable '

continued, inJividu tpr\l'"t suffer( speculators, most of whom held otllce under of the two modes of keeping can be judged : their political ideas and positions. It is in the characters of the must unequivocally
the State administration and bought scrip to
materially( and as prospect of by the following statement of experience the great cities and larger communities where' marine formations hear emphatic 4
c be held for speculation, which, by virtue of .
here will be aniongTeunesseeeonvicts.: "The averagelife the Iolependcuhuterscongregateand where testimony: to the proximity of a terrestrial!!
elected their olllces..could be used to great advant of convict after( incarceration is from y'probably
a : dictation of continental have
_e nnaa look men arc less subject to the party !service.! The present! ridges
forms( inaugurated 'the Democrats in age. A short time since one of these olllee- twelve to fourteen '('ar.c. Long before that leaders that we are to look for the drift of always existed in some form ; andas j

-Washington.: Florid but one of thirtywiine holding scrip speculators obtained a judgment time they become despondent: and life is public opinion. a corollarv. we may infer that the present
against a county for about $(},()IOO of
\ states, hay iv-hundrcdth part of soon over with them. Nairy had remained It is to be noted that the changes or accession derv> ocean btisiiu likeiciie; dutefrom the most remote I
!he had his hands and had not been
the white populatioi he! nation, and the scrip on until he became a lunatic, a condition into to the Democratic ticket of Hancock geologteul antiquity.."

general government jVlmve little effect us able to use: and sued the county for its face which a large number fall before passing to and English are very large-that men of I Tliis disproves the idea so generally entertained
in the Federal courts, by a transfer of his "
the laws now exist when we come the grave. weight, of character and position arc outspoken that the land was once sea and the

lown to home gov&'iit, to home rule, claim to his father, a non-resident. It requires only a moment's consideration:. in their preference for General Han sea was once land.

..mr State election ovjji" I'lows the national, Under Gov. Hart's administration: the volume to see that the moderate labor, pure air and cock. A very striking instance of this feeling The next most interesting point which
of State had become so large that .
Our progress and pprlty, deptnds: on a scrip Improved sanitary condition of convicts laboring is :shown in the formation of ji Republican was determined, by the deep sea soundings y
the Radical determined to fund the I,.
aid State governi i administered by ring in the comparatively light labor on club of over 300 members in New York of the Challenger was the thermal condition ,
;; amount in State bonds and the scrip at ,
-,;ood men ; it is! then, of ,'ltallmport. put turpentine farms, with the privilege of association city to support Hancock, and we see no of the waters of the sea at all the various L

sauce to every good cjt:j( of Florida to devote Interest t As the scrip did not cost them and of earning by over-work tobacco counter movement of Independents Democrats depths from the surface to the bottom of the I ,;

his best energies 1 tore it. Our oppo above one-third its face upon an average, I and luxuries must, apart from the question towards Garlield. An increase: of over sea at its greatest depths. ; :

mcnts ure contesting dcately and now, as it will readily be seen that it was: a very nice of economy, be a real and substantial! 35OOO members was reported lu.,week to The greatest changes in temperature were ,

before, are inciting anciting the ('olort'tlT.l'C 'financial operation to get twenty-four percent : benefit to the convict Messrs.: Itisbeo and the Hancock and English: clubs. The ex- found to exist: from the surface down to :20*) I

to rally olid to tbupjiort ; they are on this kind of wild-cat investment.The Ledwith will find few sensible men in the soldiers! throughout the country give an unwavering fathoms depth, but the temperature varied' '

I Appealing to the imlcptiit Republicans to funding scheme was temporarily fruyIratal State who will assent to their opinion in support to the gallant soldier different portions: of the ocean, l>?illl-t always !

that their appeals Navel IIII vain They influence of the scrip holders, called an extra walls instead: of open air labor. an honest administration. It is very largely depths. In some: portions, however, the
session and the funding scheme was
M L-annot wipe out their,llunaging record, a people's movement and not a partisan surface water showed as high a temperature 11
forced through. At first it was ostensibly: SCHOOLS AXD
promises fail tll as It was colder in the moderate
and new supporters.If one seventy.
intended to consolidate existing bonded indebtedness The Republican papers and the Republican
j it was: not that this a presidential soundings near the equator than further
but with the ultimate intentionof speakers! in advocating a change of ?
election, these!! bold, jbien, weak, cuuaiingmen WHO IS RESPOXSIBLE north. This is: attributed to the influx of
in the which was: successfully state government are pleased to say that the .
bringing scrip : for
asks the
would not\\ the impudence"jouskfor The Suit tiud Pres.1 question, the Antartic sea pressing up nearer to the ., r

ollleo from !triple, but they accomplished: and the existing bonded Democratic-Conservative party is: ul'J't''l..l! the personal attacks in the present llflitit'alCal'a.8 surface, while on the other hand the Arctic
r'r ; indebtedness" of the State; represents this: tOsehxtnudlnnuigrutiun ; that if the state and adds that Mr. IJisbee has assailed .
r.: liope to be floated attained by the sea is restrained within its limits by a barrier
and the i is remitted to Conover, IAIWitli "
scrip speculation in largo part extravagance government called in
he question
nobody only MPfl
ald\ irthern ;
moral and )nvu>ilary Repub extending along southern boundary
p of Radial State atlininist rations. and their associates, schools will he multiplied of three
,, : ,. licans. These men nl (.cd that in the : : the oflicial and professional acts at a depth of about live hundred fathoms, f
Under the conscientious, careful and economical and immigration rush to the State. related to
'r far
r < great national contest \tltrtlieru Republicans or four men, and only so as preventing the coldest substratum of water
,. : administration: of Gov. Drew, :State Judging from the records of the past, this: this and
himself If was legitimate proper
here would voteholo ticket, from mingling with the sea to the south-
has from the market, all assumption is not borne out. The schools
disappeared for the
scrip would it not be equally scoresf
1H ,
national and bUite. ; this day and ward. The temperature of the ocean above
purchases and expenditures are made on a in number, lioth white and (colored have including Democratic Senators .
white men. md South gentlemen, degrees
generation, are forty averages a stratum of about
;i have I been reduced largely increased, a larger attendance, a high
41 law unto themselvelJi: it comes to cash basis, State taxes to call in question Mr. Uisbee's official four, hundred fathoms below the surface water.
nearly une-lutlf, and every obligation of the er standard, (if teachers and studies. There and professional acts towards: them? Mr.Itisbee .
wordl.mlent[ The below
voting; and the means sea: that depth is supposed
inclusive the interot has been a larger number of churches built
State+ met at maturity, unfortunately, is so mentally constituted
to be
.nomethtngpohlicallyas p entirely by the solar heat,
since\ l7ti' than l'l'fure111 as to immigration
haCoUlltl on the bonds ;held by the Radical scrip that be must be aggressive or nothing. and to maintain about thir
out-l'r our l'n.O'lItIt temperature
parties Purtuan, etc., in lieu of the scrip it would be safe to say that more people official
manager, He[ has shown this in every positionhe :
all olllclali, and wo degrees
constitution, county, trot or freezing temperature.The .
within the last four
into the State
Under Democratic State administration have come
funded. a and candidate he
they has been placed, as a
the (goy becomes
appointed by and it ollniolherl.tofure entertained that
\ the same policy will be continued years than the previous ten years. The in
cannot refrain from agressive speech, political
a matter of grealjltance to thepcuple the Gulf stream after leaving the Peninsula
Illl.ln still further reduction (If taxes crl'a".l number of post-oftices!!, the manylontetevly and personal. Contrast his manner, public .
several | shall of Florida lost
their Oil who to
in was : as particular effect
; the sales! of government, state, j
be accomplished.On and with that of Gen. "'inle ',
may private,
I JI1t1P'lIl1 ) the
be beat ottlcials. the past on temj-erature the ocean in mid-sea,
show this and
the under such an administration : railroad tUl.ll'rh'ate lands : all
'uudiof RadUparty contrary and the fact is patent that the one is e"l'rrway is
the disproved theoLser\'tltionlllllll.
orthl'pl'CSl'nt by the
e by
would the old things indicate that capital and immigration
oini as Conover have ring courteous and gentlemanly in bear ll1taUlllallluagl'
rail their upi> would hoexpensive Challenger! and also by observations made on
I '. trip speculators would swarm around the will continue to come. Florida is no exception the other not
II1l1ot to the #l'r and not.lcsirable. so. the coast of Norway, where the temperature
q' hold the financial interests IIf the every Southern State; so long as it was
l'lIl'ltollllld believe in
"'l' do not personalities on
! If the Demo!i.nservativesare of the water i is found considerably higher
State' in theirgra, scrip would abound, the under Radical rule year by year, was retrograding either side, and would wish the old-time
" sustained, prui er app9uts. will bo than that of the air and where the harbors
would hold and nothing ; every way ; as soon as any stateetssal
treasury pay Southern style of joint : : : would
mistake an iiopnuu and indentures of the
if input coast in
made by are kept
; but scrip increased t. tltl..n.llt'l'ulatllllall.lhlult out of Radical hands, it at once began open ,t-,
; ; "irevail. Political speakers then, whether
t remtnly Isetd will hoprutilpt cold weather the '
in oftice, the : be very by warmth of the sea
and It
would be'rt'aunlcdanti to recuperate prosper. may
scrip orations
If local ottlccr J Ui-tive, in (:candidates not, rarely indulged in P/TSOU- water. The new theory is that there is a
that in the future and formation of new
after awhile another funding scheme would parties ulitie*. If they did the audience was quickto
itulaUcuuuticathtipk'ople yilect proper system} currents: developed by the changes
the State government would be
be .
gotten up.We Dignify their disapproval.There
whether of one or Ujr Militical in the temperature of the Polar which n
} seas,
men but intelligent
greatly I underestimate the good sense honestly administered by others, no has been one episixleof this personal

party; but how', to ensuregliedals; thoUl'luiutiug and capacity of tic j>eophand especially jierson now would be willing t,. see 1 business; let it stop now, and speakers causes their sub-marine waters to press towards

bower 1I1Ut II jMood dean the tax-payers: of Florida, if they are willing Florida governed by Conover and his allies. discuss political matters on their merits.You're the equator, and to rise and push forward
hands.: the surface water, giving them the direction
... to MI; those evil\ days of irredeemablescrip another," does not interest theverage

EX.IMIXK AXD OEIlJ-: and high: taxes! reestablished l. or will 1I1'U.Tll.U'III"ltO.sl"EIlITl"Th a voter. of Polar indraughts to till the 8paccOl''ulll..l

ex't'lltiou.JlIlligf'mts< consent to surrender the Mate into the jHt'ple tiC our whole :Southern country by the sub-waters, which have

-wbu With have very come to Florida ir- art enierprising hands of the ring operators. have great reason for thankfulness for The per capita expenditure foradminLstcriu been pressed outwards, and that this in

industrious, inN| manyof general health and pnwpfrity with which the United States iveniinent is as f.il-, draught carries forward the warm water ofthe
them were Republicans 4tj:[ homes '(lie(l'OrgiaStUl'k Furaudrtcer will often we have dicey Mc=>.-ed. Gnat fears were entained lows: Under Radical rule. lsi $1.511373.; stream on to the shores ofXorthern '.,

and though not active l rt l'Jll'l'I1l1r Atlanta t on the isth of iMoU-r next, and that the unusually warm winter and $3,1With a Democratic) Hou>e to check '1 tenn.erature Kurope until ILl they! they are now gradually into the reduced Arctic in

voted for Republican candi th local continue during the vvcvk. I hot summer would! K followed by sickness Radical e\K.-uditure.| 1S77. |:j.03; 1 ISj$, $2.w I IJ SOU.S.


.1 .$ _,..- __.--t-_- I




: AT Tin; SOUTH. a. reasonably :secure for the Democratic tick I, Tin: ro.u.v/.s.s/o.v- I had I been based upon, a legal canvass of I the I mercial activity the other its its ",litnula-:

Mr. II. \'. Kedfield: a well-known newspaper I'!. There can hardly: be any doubt that a.llll.1:1.1 lT.C1'UU.I.. 7'11 C.ISI or vote would have been phcn to tho Tilden ting effect. Now, York is now ,deriving great

correspondent, has written a book on (;iencral Hancock i is !stronger' ill Maine than: I i 1.Ull. I olcvtoiAnd thi t1'I.tillle. he i rrnh'nrbereds benefit froniSntimerntrade., t The merchants

the subject of homicidal' i 1 1 crime in the soutlicrn general; ? 1 1'iaisted ; hence a majority fornaisted ', leneral( (Jarlield was "IH of the I'epnbli- I II ,1."lare,1 thl'lUII 101:1:by voiceof herexecutive from large that !1'tl establishments) fill the hotel*.if, crowd miscellaneous i the-
means a majority for Ila i 'uwk. the Stale as expressed jobbing
part of thc United :Mates.! It i i. nut ns The issues: in Maine[ were sharply defined i I can majority: in the electoral l'"III..ill'l Fllrit1l. jl.\dal :\tll.ri. merchandise, and materially odd, to the
L might? be inferred, from the :subject!, a political I niiil were fought out without evasion or I 11.1ndl,1 nl.l"tl.,1 with that majofitv\ ties! illegal,1.lliI'l. 111 IUI.tly'oit Hut bustle and business! life/,If our *tnn.*. streets!
: it. principal' ruling', the whichbarred behind and wharves. The dir, t trade of this( metropolis
concealment on either side, and, the result I 1"1 II would the question
screed ti"
: although the time of whl'l 11 linJ
its 111'1'1\11"1 Mr. Tilden from the which the : I larger than
may, therefore f. be taken as a free expression: I the tlll'l'1'? If thl'l'I'rtitlte had with!( Soutlijis! ( now
ante may well lead to the suspicion it of the opinion of the people of this! stalwart I II be bad 11'1'lIl'h'I'tl'tl by I majority of over 1 11'l'l !set nl. or inquired above at any period since IS. I. Merchants: 1101
is indirectly intended tlljin'lInllllll\'ott1le: ? "state upon' the respective merit* of the 1)etnorratic quarter: 111 million of"I. ly! this nomination i iI tI't: would havo officially Ip\llrl'I, and all that" region buy chin I h' for. cash or 1'1horll'I'llt
and, !{'plhlhul ;only the of Jencral( ( \ they and are copsideml as well a '
impression! of the Southern people to (the : Kftuhlican: | national tickets m I I Ill't1I"'l's that thl'l plea -
Maine has pronounced in unequivocal terms! I adopts, and :lll'IIt would hl\'I' no time tu go into the other I'a\ any pot i"l of the (suhtry'I'tu
northern portion ot'our country It is i! or for Hancock and.l English, and its verdict commission: i lll. ifl.I'I'h..I. Jeneral; Oartlll; questions t of fr.lullh'ltotil etc., in 1\1- until of small caiiiluusual i the South:: oml un

I course! easy! enough for us: to furnish a marks: the rNitig of a tidal ovate for the would in hi"l'I'I'11 "nt the rltll'u. h'gntt1) the othl'l side, would have: boon facilities in alnnjness. it t any line of htislIth -

m counterpart to the work hy a statement of I Democratic I kkl'l.l'T.UllUU. tion of those Ill by the 11'III"fll'I'lltl'tllllh' fully answered: by tho law: of Florida, saying It i is blessed4! a genial climate.
Let us rl'l'al. the of the actual votes \tat fertile soil, has: I' olrl'I'S in coal iron
{ the prevalence of i lime at the North.We 1IIIH'1: us'e 1'11. tl' IIti"II,1 facts existing all'rlllrIII..t11' t bo of (those votes, nllI 01.1111 other mincrJv<. and, i is now taking

are, however, obliged to admit that CKXSUS I.VAO. i il the case tr Fllril. see what I wh1 thus unit vilsstdthue certificate II..t bo I on I growth unparalliled in all its previous

the fuels :stated are appalling, and we have .\ table showing till'1' Pulttion: of Florida the decision of the { : was: in regard I given, and wl'l'l' given, those mentioned history.
to that State, always! tl'al'il in tIIlthat tho .. So: there I Is
to cast : no
110 reason! to doubt the accuracy: of the :statistics as returned to the Vnsus Humm at 11'mishiugton if the electoral vote State thpllIII" \11. alleged IX ST.I7'BS.1hl'l. .
to to
canvassers: as TilITI'
'given, ns they are compiled l we an D. C., June 1 1,18x0 : hl'I'1 given Tilden it would have electedhim. power illegal II til or fmll.llll'lIt in'lllr nl.l tile 1-\is nulhorit. W saying that the

informed, from the leading, Southern newspapers. : Count/ iff. I'niniliitlnii. The statements hl'rlil set forth ar.tl ot simple 'question 1'llli..! Count
: Alachua...;. 18..V.I7!I I be found in til book 1'ltil.,1 quire i i., where I two sets: of doctors vote : Can: :forest of the timhcrj ate is 225tNNl,1NN1,0011feet :! ( )
Maker ::,ail: I::! i EII'l'torl'lh's, Ilhl the direction wo ll.l. out by inspection of the different ; it takes cent ..' for a standard: pinely
Shall we resent! I this i portrayal I of our fault", Ilradford 1 I Iilf7 i ; ; of Congress.At ices sent by authority of I the :State itself, to and 1 it is question of time

or shall we endeavor, : to correct them ? It Hrevard...,. 1 1,4"At'alhuun ( I the l.lldilll held in Flol'il on the 7th I \hil'hol111:1,1: : ted in truth, and take,such grow this wijl bo e austod 1 if time work of

may be unpleasant to be told the truth, but ( I ... 1'J75Clay of XtH'IItl'r. 187(5( M. L. :h'II"candidate(t lhl'l for(!overnor I "ll', or are wo l'olltll to the vote of those consumption whl'l nll.II. ruction goes on with-
( 2,755 ) : Republican got the ? in the first! instance out effort (d nn Inc for the renewal
if it in: the truth, we would do wisely to desvote (Columbia. $1..H> I ,.h'l.tion. and Ueorge F. I'rl'a" bis oppo (1'0\11 Ih' I'l'rll'nl' and which has 1"1'1 of the supply I ,\11'1 calculated a few

our consideration to the causes of this Dade. 5 111t There were four l1.'t,1 to ho \I',1 bv the tribunals the months since that i' demand for lumber

unfortunate state of all'airs: and to seek and I Diu f ail 1 i,ill I% nl.1 the Hayes l'don h'aI.1 byF :011'01111",1 i I'It these circumstances, (;Jcnoral was increasing in United States at tho

apply a remedy.The Kscambia. 12,217Franklin C. Humphreys, Ilt thITihh'II"I'dor by (Bath'l; hll"I'I'ol'rl',1( the J'-Ollliol: to rate of twentylivethat r rent per annum, andltx.Toa.sing
\ ... 1,741 Wilkinson! Call. 1111.IiuldIInl'r l'h'lioll 'Olllt til''otl Hayes electors by the forests! wr at the rate

two sections, if compared as to the U aI.h'I......................... 11,5x8Hamilton and after the ballots llal1" cast 1 ,Tildenelectors h"l'l \'irtll'lfthi-l: illegal certificate" and spoke iii of i.'HHI.IHHIII'rl':1' ( : a ar.
whole record of crime, in proportion to population I 0,180 counted, in" \ 'thlt favor of it in the l'OIIIj-: It is in relation Again, two yearstborilios : :;o one of the best an-
of the votes! actually
would show I Hernando[ 4,251Hillshorougli to such an tho (this ot inert the ul'JI'I'1la.I. '
undoubtedly, a less: cast in the Slate. the board ol f I" 1.1l'ratit'llrty on upon\ !
I ,8s.8 Thl'f'II"1 the issue Its of tlnlwenty-six Mates
says: 1'110 {hurldl'r that comprising
amount of crime, according to population, state canvassers canvass the
I[ 2.774 : 1III\lrl1 others and imposes tho New I Ireland. I

at the South than the North. If u chiv-ifl- .laksnu..I! ................ ........ ..... 1 11.17 returns for the otlice of Oon'rnr. and reeledStearns proceeded : more a"I..l tlt upon time people of I tho and Northwcstcrnji'the l Rocky 11.11'1'II'rl:Iollliails.
Jell'crson. 10,120I.aFuyctte to throw out votes 1'1"1)(1) to Union than addressed the conscience of
canon of crimes: was: to be made, the crimes: and 1'\1' only four- IainlilIj.II.( lill'llItI111
2iioO' as Sovernor al"l til 1\'I': nation of free men." Something further Wisconsin, states before,
against i : person, :shortuf homicide, and against i .' elector The of t the :: 1 \\1':1(1
1 Leon'. .. attorney-general hereafter bo to the rmeof Louis i
: : may: !:i.ll: mentioned ns lute'|mutt wero able to
property, would he found, largest t at the Levy ........................ ..... .............. i,77tLiberty. refused l to join il {n til' Around (that i.ulaiumdUcunral (iarlield's action.--AllniiiyArtH furnish lumber s-i|>lies beyond their own

North, while the crime of homicide, would ...... ............................. I,2:;; h'l\timerahvasser! had no power to throw tin I *. requirements.' Mio i is almost stripped of l
be found at the Smith.: Madison. 1.\1 11 I* any vote actually cast. Thlr'II'11 m her pine, and at | % mil time slaughter of
p greatest Forgery! Manatee; .'5,071 I other (candidate I t"r' Governor; 11 Ir. 11'11'11'1'1..11',1 \ XATio\Atis.H or HKMO- Is to supply neighboring
7'11 going
embezzlement, bank, robberies' and crimes ofthat I by mandamus against 1 (1II'I"lar.1
Marion. 1 1. 'H HI
: the CltATW 111 U 7. states and for shi)] nt, in 1 few )'l'll more
and after full hearing I
class, arc almost! wholly confined to the Monroe I i'' ,!))27 'I : have neithcri, ate pine nor for.
.tin who howl
0,510 Suprt'utt'I'ourt.f: h Florida decided that TIl Republicans: continually wil spruce
North. If we except the III'grol'rolI'I'r! )' the South: classes. invariably own conuntl! | >n.Tho .
I O.llNt. I board: of canvassers had no legal right or against: : cmnpriso:
and larceny are infrequent IIIII'IIthe people Orange poik., .. :u5o I lulhlritII throw out from their canvass marked I10 t facts : They never went same authJy. ant t quoted sacs! (that
of tho Western
( three
tin northern
of the :South.: 1'utnam 0,250! I any vote: actually cast, and ee'urdtnglytnhI-? to (the war to ),'a.1. the whipping the South scctis
named arilio In the
them I.i with their canvass and the surety of good faith' which states only
t tlllil..l l proceed
There is!, however a recklessness: : in regardto Santa Ho!< fi,71)ISmartt'r twenty-similes, : that areablo to fur-
.O.O72'I for (tovernor by canvassing l'n'I' !such vote.This proved, valor !oho\.l ; they have never hl'I'1 \\'hol' :
taking human life, which calls fur ourlmmcdiute : 4..V.OSuwannee : was done'ami Mr.I I Drew was ,IlII'I..l: to I cue olli siiico: the war, to h'arl that on upplirs: 0 'hito. pine beyond Hiewants
I attention.I i The wa. it i istrnehahad I 1 1u :St. ........ 7ill:: > elected (Sover'nor instead of 11 Ir. : every soil from tho Ohio and Potomao'to o'f'their( ( ill I sections respective/ of the!tnll'l, and
; countrysaplings
oolll\al to do with this: in the familiarity \ Taylor 2,2"!NIVolusia This: 'proceeding only pertained to the can- tho (iulf; Republicanism and rascalityare : tll.I'llallfrlll i that they will not beme11hc
:0.107Wakulla \ \ / (; the l'I'toll., ( niiil, convertible! h'tll'!. Those ignoramusesandrantersanr 111n' 1'11
it gave to the use of Ih'aotl'I'ap""", and ; on'I01 tho day ) I t 'dayappointed deriaringlhnSuutli is I time'nmailmstrengthot'thelh'ntol'rttie to respond it more than live or six'e'ars
,; : 1'\11' '
that brutal characteristic of human : tl and longer.( was asserted! eighteenuto11tlis
our nature for time electors to meet vote l>arty. They

so easily developed so .dilHcnlt to control Total ....... .........................271.701Population I and but/ 1 few hour before that time, the will bo astounded to learn that. I' North is.Figures The t yield ago. of her from that !
the insane desire kill illustrated in 1870....... ..... ..... 187,71 board. of state l'al\'I!< I' awarded I the certificate do not lie. Jh'I'liol. reveal them, fliot
: to so terribly .. of election to the Hayes elector Here is a tumble of the comparative thi year (Is aunt ,:!mi, >mooO,( ) foot ; never-
in the French revolution and -- \ \ (tliMless.it: falls i It 8IHIKHHK1' ',( ),( feet
: sucharacteristic Increase in ten years.. .......... ........ HIltl (Hotu'ltliftumHiujtlir! bet; tI/ll/ tin' "ufc'.w.o tout strength( of the 11'101'rll'XOllh the amount d. It need not bdo\.
: of all mob assemblages;: of human the Tililcn dt.r"Hld I' !!), and the and! South I i I tho lat lat iOllll exp !nil
Showing an increase II' 45 i i per that when tho |p other woods or
l'I'IIt Hayes: proceeded to vote for ornIo'l vole being of 111, hl'I'II"l none was fai la.
beings.! Calling the natural increase for lie tcn'l'al Hayes; l1'I'tll of it, which wassigned held there in ( : terials JUt taki places; and when the
But the most: potent of all the agencies( I l'I'rtil'nl., ; and sent it 111"r"i So West fails: in I respect, the South must t,
about 40ooo by
i ,
25 percent., 20 per ( or h'allI OIH'rlr I f'rl
which lead directly to the taking; of life, i is ( ) has added. by'l'nt.immigration. .In to the President of (the Senate at Washing /" "lft. J> '/. t'lf.: to a great I'Xh'l ko its Illu'e.' AII not-
: withstanding th wood
the free use of intoxicating liquors.' While, 1,1'1'1 ton. Before I they had \011,1. however, tin Alabama: 1 I .:' : 'IrIIIU illh'lfclr
fact probably, more, as: there has been some Tilden electors: l'Olll'II'l.1r"l'l'lllg". by Arkansas............ .r>8t I>;I for 111'101:111': ':, the ll' are
a.! general thing, homicides: are perpetrated emigration.( you trurrnnto, to tht tit.\ tl (.Illirlil............. 70I4..i steadily. being nduction iplieil. The recent intro-

by the more i ignorant classes: : yet it must be We are satisfied t enumeration was and I to establish their own election by judicial j i. C .01IH.I.ticlt........... liiU| : of the e woo.h'l plate for the
admitted that intoxication levels all distinctions hit decree They also on the said sixth day Colorado. 12.IKKJ' : uso of retail but t'III'rl Is: eating up uon.'IIOII -
knife not complete, as 1'1'01 almost! every (county of December) having the certificate of \t. Delaware. 1UWI: : I \ woods J rapid rltl'1'1 Ilrl'I.I\
and the
and that the areas
pistol scores of names: are published as not having torneyiencral! ('ol'kt. himself beinga member Florida: ................. .. ::I\ known, tho pep of Florida: nl.l
:, dangerous in the hands!of one intoxicated been taken would be safe to say that of the canvassing board, certifying to Georgia; ( laloSl: ) friends: are pu-jg railways, l'llal.., and

man as another, and the muddled condition I of their election assembled! as the law directed, Illinois I I i .. 258,(lll! )| other transport:!! improvements I in that ,

t of the brain, induced by the indulgence) in Florida has: an 1\luall'lllatol :SOJO. Illl'rl"l'I..h'l to cast thl'ir'ol':1: fil' Ti.h'l 1 Indiana................ 213,524 I: I state with remjnble energy Is" persistencyand I
and Ilemlricks. { of ( Iowa / I success. 'I 1 11 dt'11111 universal! as
4 alcoholic stimulants, leads! the halfcrazedman PEAUOUY SCHOLARSHIPS. actually voted on the huh: !of December, Kansas .J 11.tIII:\ is: also Wl'l knoj for long-leaved( or 1'lor.

.. to imagine insults or provoke alterca OFrICRor ScrERIxTENnENTtuV: PUII.IR. IXST. ) thereby)' performing the only function for Kentucky t 151.(111) ) ida '( pill/Is estimated that the

tions. TALLAIIAHMKK: September 4, 180. 1 1Several j which the law provided, and the Hayes[ oiiisiana I ............... 7U/JJS peninsular coita of Putnam, Marion.
at that time had certificate of a Maine ..i9M23: Polk, IIii ! We do not hesitate to say that the very additional scholarships! in the th'ltul of the state board 1 of canvassers Maryland at least8Mo,9u,4) : ) thilll'IC, worth in

great preponderance of our l Southern: people a.hvill University have recently h'cn1'0- certifying majority to their ? which certificate Massachusetts 108,777 .tlill Boston or Nefork more than twenty '
\' by the 1'eabody Trl..II'l and of l1'I'tiol millions of doll And it has already been
are opposed principle and practice to the was based ui>on I l'UI'nl after throwingout Michigan lll.oii.-i .
have been Florida
number two assigned to
I the
cast and enough of to Minnesota ..1: !I pointed out by 'rthweslerhimuberorganthat
and to the votes actually th'J it.
of concealed >oiis I.
carrying President Dr. These
weaj by the Ih'ar:1.: alter the result of the ('Il'cllol in that State, :li:1: ......,...... ........ 112.17.:! when thc.4nitics; are open to railway
unlimited vending of intoxicating liquors. together with !vacancy(' IJcfur this('xbtilJ. (jive while the Tilden ch'don had the: l'l'rtll'utl? I..sitpl. .......... ......... 2oj,077: mend water CU ton with Palatka Jacksonville
three places to our State in and Bindina.( this!
sober industrious vast timber
Out people are generally : of the attorney-general certifying Nebraska 17,551 1 .

moral and religious, but a comparatively few to be filled for the of ensuing those! : who h'rl.desire Aeompetitiveexamination to dl''tiol, which certificate was based upon 1 X e\aoa................. !1:101> : ) wealth from tlfid' of (lowers and orangegrovesjwill
1'ai of all the votes : I at the Hampshire...... :W,5! be Illy going to lIIurkt across
desperadoes who affect bravery and recklessness themselves of this opportunity will be t.I&\.1 Ul'tIII1i1
: of this he.1. election. It i is also true: UI.I uncontradicted New Jersey............ ll.pilNU! the AttuutlrA It n 1,10 meet hlle. dl'JUI1I:1: ,
,If give discredit to otherwise! peaceable thirty days from the date: : Illi'I'. that the Supreme Court of the New York............... 521,919! we .llcl begil 1 find out the re

and orderly communities.Our who propose their competing applications' for to this tie) ofiioe places without willforward State of Florida decided that the state can North Carolina. 125,427 an Jour.Southern Lute regions
"' bad neither nor authority to Ohio) 3J,1 H am "prarlirafncxhaiistibh',1'' ? as! Is often
is in strict administration 111'1 power
remedy a delaThe conditions on which thesescholarships med.TiiKwarfofi .
throw out whatever. Oregon 1IU& !> (
of our criminal laws. If we hold to stricth : are awarded l. are: as folow:. any \'Ol'l 'olllllll'l"tV
the Thus matters Int January when Pennsylvania I ........ SW.IM; (Union
must retommendations
h accountability or reckless violator Applicants Im\'I Illua1II.1 the ( otlice and the WI 111''I.I-lflll\:
every crazy ? of the State new iovernor (1111 Rhode 1"lall. .... 111,712 closed: more f ,fifteen .
r of the laws-if our courts! and juries! will of pass, with Superintendent an examiner legislature! convened. The legislature then, South Carolla.' ..... ........ 00,1NN1! l'luIHI'of plo must sure alike in the
do their whole duty, we can put down lawlessness .lu1II'lntrctiol. the of good on the lath of Jan nary, 1S77, provided by '1'lll'I'e .. I.'M.IOO( blessings= of I tl onion, and are equally, concerned
I 1"1'1011' an ucf, for the cant for electors Texas. 104,75.5
wherever it occurs. Speedy punishment :, t'xamillalol for bo a by ]President llrst-class! II'cjll r'l'uuutilj rule vot.s as down by Vermont.............. 20,251 I udllmluistrti in:its .'Cllllnll{ / In thu proper in

would soon lesson the number of High tI"II. !CI'I'lh'l least the Supreme Court, in the a mandamus proceedings Virginia I.fl70:! / J1UIll'.niir.'e 11'0
ut two I state lll\II'I' let it
homicides and should frown Stearns \ !: { /. e. : ot all the Votes West: Virginia... (4I,1 l) I ot1" J"ll''forth
public opinion years, if they have oplo.rtuuity.| Ifs upon| t tll 1 ? bo our to ('III\tl Il'lthll'lItl offriendship
actually cast! the Such .... .... .
eh.tol. 1''IU- \\.i..eOIlIII. .. iliot
upon and deter any man who desires the half year's trial reasonable expectations are: with showing theuuqueliotuuble : ni IUI among our
respect of hit fellow citizens from the miserable not tact the soholarshii| wi be discontinued. cuss was had election of' the Tilden elec This shows time following totals! : fellow citzeiPur, material interests, varied 1
lo Best i-criod flr which it will Northern Democratic vote: ........ 2iH2OHH and progrc.J demand our constant ami
practice of carrying concealed weapons Iw- given 1'11 puj.il I is two years.I'crs"nsupplyuig tors. Thereupon on the 2 and indulging in so-called "sprees." any may be either mulor the legislature( passed ulthr act, recitingthe -- of Uc credit, 1" 11'rllulol1

rccanvass and that it appeared that te I'xccrosof: Northern vote...,..,..... ( Cil'O tl ; I 1
: ,0iS,70iJ wise
It is but just to say that so far as the white I fl'lIIal., nlt under tt''n nor tlrtr Tilden electors hud actually ,1'l'III'h'tl finical management slionld of ourgovernmenM'ciiditiireM
( bo
race is concerned, fully one half of the homicides 'lal tf age. the electors of Florida in u\'I'mIJ'r ( maintained
are allowed to SOUTH.We in nil hat all bo I
Two year persons protected
hUllf'Iltlala the act then declared that 7'1" may
occur between drunken negroes ; that to defray theexpense preceding, 11.1 1 in tlfights, to the fruits of their
each :
time from the United
lt -clllalhil electors had the right to \ clip
of the reckless of the white No is IIth Tildl'l 'ol11'1 I f'Jllwlll IndusThe/ time hits
many most i of tuitol they did vote and the legislature thl I States tj'omiinit: own cUle to ('enjoy
criminals are men not native to the South, charged. W. P. II u.u\: state in and by the act rut i lied and confirmed '1a recuperation of the H'Jthcl States time substa/beiicfits: / of reconciliation. As

many hailing from New England even, Superintendent Public Instruction t time actions and votes of such Tilll'l elec in Ilterlalr"lcrly\ is u fact to bo noted one pcoplJhnvo common Intercuts.J : Let
us cnconjthu
tON. All these thing" were duly certified -! cnuuueree and harmony generousrivalry :
whose live have been in crimes
I passed I no XOT doubt the discriminating Justiceof to by time (iovernor: and Secretary of the trade flu lute civil war left the South desolatrd an our own industries which
going from state to state. Particularly i is the 1Ms.pieamllhcirea Muity for intelligent State of Florida, and together with thu"tei ali iulonrl"lwcl.1 the great ins will revi r languishing: merchant ma-

this so in Texas. self-gnveruutt'rituud therefore do not of the Tildt-n ell'Ctol and the Hayes dt.coI diistric dcmoruliicd, rimextJ ur l'Ofllrc with foreign
the Democratic ticket. before the two Houses, and were by capital exhausted and destroyed.Following nations, IlrllaItl manufacturers
Florida, by the testimony of its criminal doubt the IU'Cl'of: were: Imlill' to ,
Its success would burs beyond r' url'.t.ol; them referred to the electoral commission. in this train of (\'il time whole undpnsl vast naturalremtunWincreasu
records and the statement of its Northern the '
by the sectional jealousies and : That l'Ulli'lI"II.! <:I'llartl.1 voting( tlre. fl'gilI was ull'I't.1' with n 11.t of iolitical| IIRIIrly of our
settlers, is for the most part free from the have so long 1,1'1'1 the chief stork in trade of for, refused to give UJ to ': lli lulltnll right und left lu'uple.I'uhli. 1
frequent occurrence of homicides. Our )_ demagogues: null in no other of the executive, legislative: judicial autwrilicllf : II ollice, und added by their misrule the:a trust : not I Ix.unty Ie."towl
tfcmu' be effectually the State; of Florida, t.) time of Then l i JIldl'r. I. inciiiiK.-tent|
so all r.fu..1 jMiverty
older and newer communities way thil U'I'llll II'1 11 IWII'
are generally l'al *eruns should be
or ever intrusted
would restore harmony' and C'lllt \'ltl'of the Tilden elector*,and 1 came: damage by 1,1, by fever, Ili"l. If
law-aLidlngI1I11111CIlccaLle. In borne of our I all the sections In.1make us in fact ,..h.111 the commission to count: limo votes until it seemed us wll.le substance of with I ull"inh'l they should (Ixprompt -

counties there seem to have existed feuds 1 hlWl.t1! in name one. j I"'pi.. The only of the Hayes electors. The 'pleu was that itwas hc: section was blighted. .\ change for time I' civil' service *I> of u subhtan-

and a tendency to crime, but these are the nvalrytjuen would be in race for the illegal to go behind the returns, and setter has happily comu over the entireSouth. be haul, pra tulM I hv the f.frm miiHt first.

exceptions. Our people do not countenance development of material prosjwrity, the elevation that if you did HO, would be JmNtssil| : to Wihil the last three years u great 4. ; if they j 1.,110 high filling standard tu.ileiliv'p J
of human with'en before the advance made in
of labor, enlargement nt get through one case t"1 eriiiunent priNtLrity. -
these crimes but desire to put an end to them. rights, the promotion of education, morality, nth of March when the President should be The cot ton and ugur yield ha added mf i quall'ns for olllce, all sternly reject

Our own county and city, we are proud to religion, lilterty, order, and all that wouldtend -ilau lratcl Hut in this C'I' of FIlri.i. largely to tie wealth of the Gulf; States. the l>ed rofnd fi n uuteinll.etetmt the, the result,,{ wH I

say, show but a light criminal record to make us the foremost nation of the there wa'Jt m'I'e..iy to go behind the re Diversified 1 crops have followed the tillage ervuiJ"|m g"vt'rlal l.tlI
__ earth in the grand march of human pro turns. (On the )' it was only necessary tt the soil ami hcJpt! to.improve time conlition tJY Iltru1t wih )intimr ,
h n' gress.- .\ II. KNOLIMI: to look and nee which were the true returns. of the jioorcr da'> Hhl',1 IIUI.IJawlry I"'W H _

ATIU.il, W.tl E. The law a'1 bid .lowI by time Supreme and cattle herding inIugMrtauee 'fl .t.IIjJI'r'l vacation U utilized 1 I

It is impossible for the Republicans to destroy Itt Moms or POLITIC*.-In spite of tile fact. Court of Florida, was lil.llgUpOl | and value. Fruit culture UIt '1 t.luulageI of tie Uepublii. -
or to explain away the moral effect oft that i olitics is a serious business, it is not thecoiiuiiis-ionusto the sail,,' iUI'r- vegetable gardening have conn to bo ini|. ( C' i. makes si sjKcthes, writes :
the overwhelming Democratic victory in without its humorous side. one of theheadquarters pretation of the State statute, that tIl! I taut imluilritThe. raising of tobacco has let ten mt'rgflltervlew1 all of which)

)[alnc. Their confidence in the result was in Xew York a Ict\ worn-out i Isarlof cunvuserluau l no right; to throw I Ix-eu profitable 81.1 is growing! II'I1mV. ire r* ) tle ( a..eml>o so notorious and their claim to a decisive naturalization papers was received, with the I out votes. It was I by violating the statute The development of rich 1111' 11 time I I (cxjiH-riencc of one who has nnO ,"
majority was made so often and in so emphatic request to have them made new u'ain. In I that these. canvatser* gave their certificate ofcintlion I i-oul, (Ir'J, I'u.l? und other minerals in .Itr : ,.rlur Ulrt.llfl but utatit i
u manner that fur once they are utterly mother case the conductor of a village bras I to the 11'l' elector Notwithstanding addition to lumber interest bus added it,1 UYC i>T his loyalty and devotion

t unable" tjhedgi-or to pretend that their Lantl'nt.for 1 bass drum to complete the that Tilden cll.tIJI. who I largely to the revenues. of tIlt southern section tu tll H t>t num. The I Nltl of ,

defou ha no "initil'alll'C.U; that they 10'11 JU'cl equipment, the other iiistruiients were actually elected, did vote at the proj-i-r I hail.a11sarelevelopingnewlifeaudactivity is til' of 1"hlllll! ; although l'JrI' u
can do is to accept the blow in silence and being t1tlt. fifes and Lalj'J.1- time and manner for Til.1el. and the. courtas I not only along the ,Ataltl and time I solidly: Democratic-; It Is quit
to await with resignation the overwhelming! other i Ildl '' upon the committee snort as the matter 1'llJI be brought before I Gulf States, but also the )11 i ali c'er'' \llltlt the Hoiith there could

disaster in November which! it so clearly forofchalmvs' to indorse his celebrated. cure for hnarscneMSo it. ousted the IayC t1.toN. And yet, 'fl.al bonier.[ A cotton crop of not less than I.e :uli''I' party. That l iM, Indwul,
The lt'uuK.'r.1tlcctory\ in Maine that he might be. able to sell a bottle toevery her au.e: at the voted I the Ti"el I III.'J i < 1 halt* wIl bo raised thIs year all t lief al rl'U'111 for opjKtsingvsl't the surus -
has in fact the! : greatest j.is ible significance. stunt-si.eakcr in Indiana. Still another I 1.10r. had not u piece of Iulor| .Ill.I I ill of it will be WUltl1 ThU will distributeevcral ) .:listing only tllt.-
1 A* iMiintud out the other of all theUUpubficun of dollars udlitional 4 (
we [ day called ujm the Iestocratdecuuuumittec the canvassers stating they wero dcctcl uf-I Illiol> I I'd> a tl'tl'JI1.e, it ran never af-
.State, Maine has uniformly to print lib l'It.'I of seventy pagi mind fire : though the court held that they wtrl ) to the multiplying ritources f., molt that the Union has Uvu reJtrfeit I
I been one of the surest in presidential )'can;. It off at Uarfield awlrhur promUingthat elected, this cuuuni.iul refused to count I of t1 Southern tier. Renewed stn fcouiidnetts., U welcomes

The result, of Monday's! election suddenly It woul,11lfVl 8 tJfl''t"e i: the canruaa us their \'ot", and did count the \'ut,1 of the ''j>"ru j>crity South means increasedenlargement I IJUilC tIi witiiuivcrliuw'irmghospltalityeveryw |
Intake: it the most uncertain Indeed it U their I at the North. The ,
i>yeiii! o the 1)JwtY. the rei.sentative .- U.t :, holding lotion by g lUIieul who C'll' from I Dixio
"not claiming t<.o much to avert that Maine from Wyoming, had turned out (force of I certificate l.iseml l uj*>n an illegal I two: Bfctioiis are HO intimately blended together W a Contributions to iu "outrugo lit.I. -
-may be regarded in this presidential canvass! II Congrea*. J count of \1'. und which certificate if it that when one U advancing in com .


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TltK OR.IXGK TRKK. <;IMIMI, I>IKICTOIIY.United I BRADFORD OlirSTY. I Atsnmr of Tturcs-Walter C. Maloney[ Jr., In tl :County ;St.Senatorial: Johns for District.. a ellllol'A'A''
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County Judge-J. H. Hichard, Providence. Key West.Collector, from the Thirty-fln-t will be held
The man lies! darkling in the boy, Slates Officer Clerk-lienrv P. York, lake Imtler. of Revenue-Walter C. Maloney, On the same day an election the

The Future dimly marks its morn ; LAM OFFICE, UAINF-SVIU-F.. Sdr'riff1VV./ Tumhlin, Starke Jr., Key Wl: t. in the County of 'Madison.constituting( Senator t to i

Flushed Which) with fit our strtngerlpetleNsFenrand later: life, arc born Joy, /lrgi..ff'f-T.. A. Barnes, Gainesville .1....,.M<>r of T>i.re$-.\. J, McKinney( Lake West i S/f/lcfinlcndentojStlOuTs-J./ V. IlarrisKey Tenth till the Senatorial vacancy occasioned District, for by a the resignation -

Receiver-John P. Rollins, Gainesville.SitrrcyorGcncrnl butler Dennis Eapin: win. was I elected t

The boy springs brightening in the man, -lj. )1). Hall, Tallahassee.nisTKicT dillrctor of R't'r//IIc-\lfrcll/ 1). Comic, Lake XASHUJ CIH'XTY. :Senator: of lion for the term of four, years, at the I

Frolics, at times, as!' years before, c-ornT. Duller.tfitjirriHtcmtent. County Hinton :1. Baker, Fernan General Election: held on the tint. Tuesday .

Runs pay and wi'd,119 once he ran, Jiirtflc-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville. nf Rchmt/*-C. 1:. Harrison, dina.Clerk after the first Monday of November. A. D.
Breathes the free life of days of yore. Starke. -C. W. :Maxwell( Fernandina.HhcrijT .
,1/"rftlllll-J. II. }Durkee .J lacksunriile.(7crLI'ltiliii liS
Peter Cone Fernandina.AnfefKur the
of (Duval.
Walter Jacksonville In the County
Happy the !boy it manlike thought, ,tii>tie-\, Whitloek, City Point of T".rI'S-'III. II. Garland, Per- Eighteenth Senatorial; District, lit Senator:: -...
Happy the mal' III bm like play ; IXTKRNAI 11KVKNTK. (?lerk-A.A. Stewart, Titusville.A nandina.Collector. to till the vacancy occasioned by. the resignation

Ih'nrttllto hearfir ever wrought, (SRrrtor--i}Dennis lagan, Jacksonville. ftf.. tr of Tiuren--J. D. Stewart, Titusville.Ciillcrtnr flf 1:1'I'C1IICrrl'1l P. Scott Fer of Ir 0 II. J. I 11(. Durkee, who was 1

Our earliest and l our latest day 1 cot-t.KcTons OF rrsToMs. of Rrrrure-b'.3I.l'lattLake J eH- nandina.SHiirrintcmlciit. l'll'l'h.tI'natol'! : : for the term ..f four years at

l John W. Unwell, ]Fernandina.Edward sup, Orange: County. ( of Schuolq-i\. Mahoncy( the (General; Election: held, on the tir-t lues- .
Thus dark-brigh4 rees t.'y tropic floods Callahan.
Mingle the c-oi&ng with the old ; : ;. Hopkins! Jacksonville! ,dall.' il>Luke rrintcn View.
The deep-lined frtitagc shades! the buds John I.'. House, St. Augustine: I,1S7s 1 ;
The buiNies: wbte amid the gold : J. :M. Currie, Cedar Key ct.'on.n'. ,!", 'or-H. Summerlin::: Orlando 'in' the fount ie-'< of Taylor and Lafayette! ,
Clerk-.1. 1'. Hughey, Orlando. Twelfth" Senatorial District
constituting the
County ]Peeler\ Green Cove
Jetlyc-1Vni Sheriff(( :-Thomas W': :Shine; Fort Iteid.Awrsxor : for a Senator to fill the vacancy: occasioned I {
lIU.UOU'H' Tin: TIMJ:. SfatoF.XIXTTIVF.omC''rs. Springs.Clfik: -O. A. I'uddinjiton: Greco Cove l q(' Titjrts-John (C. Mryson, Haw, hy the, death of Hon.[ E. MeAulcy[ f who I It

: HKI'AIITMENT.: kinsville.Collector)\ was: l'1'tell4ellntor: for the tC'rlll" four
rings. f
YoCNo. women pen keen their, lovers! by Governor-George! P. Drew) Tallahassee.: Si>SIII'iff-Jall1". DeWitt, Green CovtSprings. .,' of Revenue; -Nat. Poyntz, \,III.lfri"ti'd'lIt years. at the General Election! hdll1n the
; of Xfhooh John T. 1 Seeks, of No-
tears Yes," say Ornmwig, "love, lik'cIll'cf Prcfiilciit Inv tern of( Semite"'. D. farces: :: ''/ : iir Tuesday! after the lirtIollday: :
Fort Held.
is preserved r brine. 'fuIlHIUI!< l'e. Af. "i'ff' r of Tit.rr.i Win. (l'utiway, I King'ley.Cilliitur ; veinher, A.'D. 1 H7*;
TAYI.OU ('tit :NTY. (In the (County' of Hill.-borongh! !I, t'nn'.titutbig : !
,o'rl'l'Ir"f Shur-1\). iSloxham, Tall-i- of It'/'I'IIr-'' III. S. Pluinmer, :
A :MAN out "et'a Differed a plate of 11I1 !'I'I'. Maxville.SiiMri'iifiiilntt( ( 'iant'/Judge-D./ ; \ N. (Cox, Perry.Slicril the Tllil'tit'th:1'lIl1tOI'1II1:: District, for .1

macaroni: but II4(ined it, declaring! that (.bogriro//rr-'oluntbus Drew) Talf.ihnsee.Triitnunr ( of ,....,..h"I'P.[ (Ocijrer; )%;:-'J'hnotnsAte'u; Perry. Senator to (ill the vacancy:\ occasioned, (by the

they "couldn't" pi*. offany J stile(h pipe-stems/ -Walter (Ii i\\ y n u. 'I'a lIa 1 masses.Dtorururrrrlinr' : : Middli'burg.County ( ''I"/--.I..h. :M. Paulker I I'crry.'uprridrndrrtl re-lunation; of lien J. T. he-lie! who was I'
on hi III. t< G'henbt-ll., : Vann : for the tpl'l1of four years: ut
| ; P. Raney: Tallahassee. ('OI.t'l1U1: %\ 'on.n', of Perry elected Senator ; ;
1i"1/lrl'l'-lI., S. Sutton: the icncral i Election held on the I1r.-t Tuesday -
County Perry.County
asked 1 :
A Sorrii END: mjo a unr-ar11Ie or .r"d/I-\r: : ISes.tr.: Lake City. i
Coin i.iKl'incf Lttnil.i Hugh .\. Corlcy. Ktirrryor' -D. N. (Cox, Perry.Collector after the KM Monday I, November, .\ .
gan-grinder if he tssaurvivor of the late in of \) : Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. ; ; m i

i, war, mid thl'orj.al\t\ : Hang it, do' Tallahassee.Siiif'rinleiiileiitf I. ''''',''ril1'J.r.; ) Perry, Lake (City.AfffMor of. J/'IIIII'-.Ioll11 C. Calhoun, D.'H7S. Counties ol I
I It killed\ in it f 1'iiliHc 1llIf.iI/t-\r.l' Perry.AufcuKoi. And 1 in each of the 1'1' I'I'l'h.VC. ,
< ? Htm/on
1 act as: though; : of /il.rc-1.. \\ Rivers: :<, lake I
1 J'ost. Haisley I Tallahassee.Ailjiitiiiitdeneriil I ( of 7itres-\Viii. II.( Parker, Perry.ST. the '>State: a General( ; m 1-khimm: for(' its contitutional I
7. |\ City.Collector numher ..j. members! of the GeneralAsemhly
-J. J. Dickisiiii, Tallahassee. 'if1i.r"R-Tho: Getzcn, Lake JOHN'S cofXTY. ,
I n WE three cliilreii who are the very I to wit:
: : : )
City..Srl. OJllutI."ri/C-l. I U.: (Cooper' :St.: Augustine. i I
_I imnge of mvsdf.' I pity "the youngest1replied : Ollll/l/i".i"1', ; of fnniii/rn/on!. Dr. :Seth: /Il'ri liifenilent ii 1''SehmdY-J1tilusI'ots I i latter, 1-;:-I'a 111 bin county t three;
his" interlottor. Why? P.e- 01l\'il11'\ :Santa: Rosa two
French, .IackI< : : county ;
Lake City. ('It'rnattolt1 F. Oliver: :St. Augustine.Mer .
he i is the one '1'0' will have to resemble Walton two
i (nose county ;
longest r M'PKI'Mi: COfliT. It\'5'.tl. COrXTY. !(/( .\. N. Pacetti. St. Auuiistine.Aivcmiof .
the Holmes[
,s you Chief; ,TII. ( ,.,'-E.: )r. IttrnhillLalsntille.: : County Judy.-\\'i IIiani .\. McLean, Jack of Tiifc*- David, L. :St.Angutine. : Washington county county; one;one;

1'i never III1\'c\,110| into Parliament, .Axocntf!"i..t '-J. \\'\' h'ott, jr., Tall.ihas-! sonville. ;!: Franklin
"said TorlIirl',\ Vo )had) )been returned sea cirri-'fhpntas l E. Bitch\ inut; Jacksonville. Collector of!, G'ercriur-ipscpli Llambias, C.ilhoun' countyonc\ one ;

fur his cunnty'"lit I known they were .1.rriutrJudiee-It.: I D!. Van Valkcnburg, ; 8I1rl'l1lrria( : h ISowden, Jacksonville 1 St. Augustine.ynjieriiitenilcnf: i Jackson cmiiity three;

going to pull out thlireck( question: again. Jacksonville.Clerk .I.,..'. or of T
I had I enough of Gfk questions at Eton." -(;I. 11. Foster, Tallahassee.FliKt !Ion viiiI'. c'ctti1.: ..1ugtistiiic.SCMTEt1nNTY1: Wakulla' county(county) one; ; ,

I .\I'rtu THE: F ."-(Country cousin C'IItiTIT .1Uls ES. Collector of Revenue-Henry A. T/Engle; : Gad-den county three; c "

l J ''oml'S11' in August t!:. see the exhibition. of Cilrllif-\IItut\li'l: J-.:. Maxwell( Pen- Jacksonville.SiijirrliitcHtleiit. County! ,lufge'-1 Henry :-t'a!<-ltr, Leesburg. Leon' 1'1111I1fOllr;
+ pictures, at the RoyaAcadcmy). Porter. sacola. of .chods-Albert/ J. ]Russell ('/cik-1'honias.1.) I Ivcy, Leeburg.Sheriff : ; Jefferson county four;

"llless your 'art we closed 1'! Count ""' '('mlll. Circuit-David :S.1Valker'l'allahas-! ) Jacksonville. :-J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.Antinor ) Madison county three; .
\. {'omin."Il'u'I',11! 1 Xatt I Didn't itpay1! see. iI.iMiiFoCOUNT)'. of Tit.rcs-Joseph: Hutchinson, Taylor county one;

} Punch \ Third ('irr"/-l'.1.: '-all Madison. CIIIIIII"dftHI'nrr; J. Stewart Jasper.: Leesburg. Hamilton. county two;

; ANiMAJ-Hostess "Na, na 1'ourfltCirruit-ll!: II. Art'liibaltllacksuum- Clerk-Robert: :S.: Stewart, Jasper. Collector of /"I'I'llIIr-John "'. Dyches, Suwannee county two;
t' the day. Ye've ville.Flflli\ Sheriff(( James M.( Duncan, Jiiper.AKi Leesburg.SnjieriiiteiiiJent. Lafayette county. one;
unit \\htey
bed's, mucklc's flue ye eato trusted: to ,jralrry.' Circuit-James II. Da\\Kins ( :iainesville. >i, nor 1i.n's-.J.. '1', (Cooper, Ancrum. of 8d/lIllI.1-11. II. Duncan, ( 'Ohllllhilll'ollllt'' three;

Tarn Hout awa' lye, wumman I It'!! Collector of /1'1'111/-.1. 1'. 1 B.! Ooodbrcad, Lake Griffin. Aluchiiii county /four;
: italic Ml Kiftfi (:.'ml -U. L. 31ithcld'funipa. ISenton.\ (Columbia. ( 'Ollllt\,. SfWAXXEH:' I'OfXTY. I Levy 1'0111I1two';
'at'll ealrry
no me me an' the whuskcyc !"-powny Fun. carry S"l'rlllh {'il'rl't-\\. Archer 'ocke, Sanord. Srrlrrinltndrlftsrlroul/ 1 I I. Roberts County Jmli/e Michael( A. Clouts, Live Hradford; county; two;
Ancrum. Oak. Clay county one;

IN,TilE I''l1l1y.-Firol.t :M. P. (who never (tuirl C'liltMidair. Safer county one;
Iir.IlNANlHl: C'OfXTY.County Clerk Hubert: A. Held: Live Oak.
]leaves London-lu) lingabontnotget-: Nassau: : county two;
ting :IIWIIfrolll I i 7i.res-1V; H. Sessions Wclborn.
same old tune." Siting M. 1'. (with atenor"rhat'M E.: J.'ann, Judge ; Win. 15. Taylor, State'sAttorney. : A.tien.toiof. : St. Johns county two;
) who complain of. It is ( leek-.1.0. La w. llrooksville.Sheriff \'olll-ia county one;
J. U. Micklcr Book"villeI.taessor Collector of. Revenue-Robert P. Allison,
(( ,
thcnld tune, and we avant some freslniir.: tyiriiiif TinnTaylor Orange county two;
1'nueh. j :'Jd! Mondav: in Ajiril.. A of 1i'.I'I'II-. :M. Garrson: Itn oks- Live Oak.Sufiefintiinlcnt. I'lItllnll1l'ollllty two;
/ | tfchooh/ J. O. C. Jones
Madison!! :'M 1 Monday( in April. ville.1 of Marion county two;
FIRST FifiiF.nM\N.-Aiirt got a bit o' Hamilton, Ith Monday; in April.Suwannee Collector of Itrecnrrcl'i[, Towncnd.llrooksville. Live Oak. mutter county two;
baccy to spare 'aveer Tom ?" Secomfditto. : : Monday: after Ith Monday : ] \'OI.t.t'l.'Ol'NT\.'. 1 Hernando county two;

.-" Not for :,'01(. jest /ditto."Well a in April.Columbia. Suprrinfrrulentt'SrwdsIr., S. :Stringer: County! Jmlije-Fred. T. LUI'I'lIl1til'En- Hillshoroiigh: county two;

lot in yer i>ockct.First : 2d Mondav( after flit Mondayin IBrooksville.. ll'rl'I'Ie.: : folk l'ollnl11111";

1, then, I call that rC' 'I'I1 rall'fllll I I was a April. 1I11.1+lIoltl'n' ) (.I'Y.. Clerk-John '\'. Dickins, Enterprise.Me Manatee eo'unty; one;

d oln' to keep" that agi. you' might want to Lafavette' :'Jd I )(lIl\1la\'lIftl'r. -Ith :Monday in County .III/Iye-Ir. L. Crane, 'l'umpt..rkVnt. 'I'l1-,(; \\. A. Cone( Enterprise.,1ssrsor : (Dado county one;
J ax for some. April. of 1.rc.IIl.lljamm Richardson, reward: county one;
('1" C. Itrown, Tall 11':1.'
c A MINISTKU! of Irv) who was about to Full Trrut'fayiur Sheriff( I). Isaac: Craft, Tampa.AimcHxor Enterpri-e.: : :Monroe county' two.
:!M in October.Madison (.Wet'tor of J"I'CJIIlc-John IS. Jordan, VeLa And the there will he held.
a couple, seelehe: bridegroom sitting : Monday of 1.rn-J.,. (II i. Leslie, Tampa. on !same day
marry at the fireside wli most rueful countenance : !! :M :Mondav( in October. Collector of RI"'f'/llIr-\\. P. 1'nri", Tampa.' lit!. in each county of the :State; a fJeneral Election :

r as: if Haying'himself.: "I eanna, Hamilton, -Itli Monday( in October.) Siioerintciulciit( of tfchoul.1-H. 1.. Crane, Snpfrintr-Hitent nf Schools-James H. Chandler for Constables: I each county being allowed
: after -tth : Enterprise.: : uml entitled Co'n-table
; winna i manna ))lIdto, said to him : Suwannee, 1st Monday Monday Tn 1111''". to one for
1Vhait is: the uwttjm ux's'I ,1h, sir," in October.Columbia. JKFFEHSOX.iuutn : I WAKfLLV>l' T\'. every two hundred registered! voters!l in thecounty

replied the doleful legroom, "this is a :Monday: ( afteMth Monday ( \ Juilije-\. (C.; Whitner Monticello.SIri(1 .. ('nIlIlI'f.r"Jp-\\'. T. Duval, Crawfordville.Mtritf have;; I'roviilal, urn errer, that no county
shall than
October.Lafayette. twelve ( 'on tablC'4
more ; yet
fearsome business lo been in many IL =\\ 11. Walker, (Crawfordville.Clerk .
t :M :Mondav after 4th Monday( inOctober. ( -1V. r.. Mailey, Monticello.Clerk ( that each, county "IInlll'I' entitled to at (cast
this is ttorst babble I .
babble] but ever -"'. M. Lamar :Monticello.tiiijieriitteniteiit ( -Nat. It.1V'alker, Crawfordville.Siifieriiitemlfiit !
Constables( ]
two of the number ofregistered
tichool John I.. (.'rawford
was in. II | of Seliooln-J, B. Christie, of *- -
Forum ciuiTir. i I voters.! !!
Crawfordville.Ciiiiiitn 1
AuTFi'i..-.Tramp {'the r.tnr-"Yollr) Monticello. \VifEHf.\s: the Lcgi-lature' of the State: of
I It. I). Archilmlil, J lIllw4allllll.1; : Y. Finley, Trcnwrcr-\\.1'. Duval, Crawfonl- ,
CmlllTrCIi'fft'r-\\ A. W. Simmons,
sermon WIIH'I'ry ni thought to last State's .\ttflrtl(.,,.. \'ill I'. Florida, of .A, 1). 1K77( did determine l by a
Monticello.Collector .
night, Hl'l'tUflltl'tl'lI-1I\llC''I) ], vote of a majority all the members elected
SP"Jlf't'I/(- Chll'I.to'cif J"I'CIUlC-- II. Walker, Craw- ,
I my man 1'11I'l'ry p if any attempt of St. 'John's.! 3d Tuesday in :March.( /I'I.t'lIIlr-JO'I'Ih- l'ull11cr.UII': fordville.AsKeKHor! to each of the houses' !! thereof, that it is necessary -
t mine" Tramp"V !Ir, I beam a great in'March.Hnulford ticello.Awetsorof. to cause a revision: of the entire
4th \ .
Clay, Tuesday Tuff Geo. P. Craw-
I T".rt'II-J. P. Grantham, Monti of *- Register,
I : many a-talkin1 of it I if porch and I was 1-t Tuesday: in April. fordville. (Constitution! of said State, and did enter
'j t\.wlilkln'lnr to RJV te: yesterday, and] Maker :Tuesday! l III cello such determination upon' their respective'
off into tl D and haven'tgot April. r..'t.\Y.:-rn: COfXTY.f.J. .
my 'at blew '. yon Nassau, :M Tuesday III April journals, with the yeas! and nays thereon! ,
a old 'at yon coo (ve-?' Usual nv Duval, M Tuesday! in :May.( ('uIIII/", Judy -' ))iX4l1\. New Troy.Nherifl Legal.tdvertiseurcntn. and did, refer the !same to the Legislaturethen ;
Stilt-Punch. Fall Term- ( =J. J. Jolins in, New Troy.Clerk --------- ------ next to he chosen; and whereas, the

I[dwell Hawkins New Troy. OF KM;:<:TIOTo \. III' said
St. Johns .Id September. :;, To'rI'L Legislature State then next chosen,
:Miss X. is telling i". about )her visit Tuesday j
CUIII'orlll4chllol t was delightful;' Clay, 4th Tuesday September.: : fSjieriittcnilcHtiiflfctMil.! *-J. ('. llamsey' : New to wit: the Legislature of A. D. Ih7i!), did], by

1 E to she the lIa .l. "There are .my ]lovely drives Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. Troy.duntti. nil ninl snfltil! the Sheriff;* of the State of a majority of all the members elected\ toeac'h

about Con mil such Maker :2d i l Tuesday in October, / Treasurer-J. J.l'uinterNewTriiy. Florliln : house: thereof, agree" to such proposed: revisfun -
and walks : quaint Collector nt'l'elllll'cwtn :Sapj: New KNOW YK, that I, W. D. 1SLOXHAM Secretary and whereas the
oM bouses.' "Hut w,if, the lectures?" Nassau, Tuesday: in October.Duval of ; !, Legislature" : of ll'jlllill.!)
'is :M : in November.FIFTH Troy.A'mcMor. of State of the State of Florida, dohereby bv resolution duly passed I. recommend to the
'Ah. X "ofcourse Tuesday
((1':4. Y. !! replied,
\ t 07iw'W, W. Cottrell New notify all and :singular the Sheriffs of electors of t the next election for the members
!! I didn't uiulcn> hrin ; but it was riKCTIT. the t-l'\'I'raICollntic.t of the State of Florida of the
Troy Legi.-lature to vote for or against: a
charming; to sit in thatjiut little" chapel James M. Dawkins, Judge ; W. A. Hocker, LEOX COrXTY.Cuunttf that (Convention ajid did therein provide and direct ] .

and listen to the crickojtMde. Solicitor.Sjiriny Jmlie-II. C. Kippey' Tallahas.ee.Sheriff A G'I.'rnl! Flection t that the Secretary of State should i incorporate

How ABnoLUTU auto \ plo are in their TermSuiiter'd- ( A. Moseley, Tallahassee.Clerk : : with the notice of the Ceneral; Election : -
conversation. There 1 H rtington, for in Monday] in lhtreh.3htritin : -C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.tiuiieriuteiutettt Will be held in each County in Florida, to bo held 1 in the year 18MJ] a notice of

stance. Said Jones to the other evening M )Mondav :March.( III clltHIII-1 lenry N. Pelkel, such recommendation, with proper instructions -
+ : "Do you like doj Jones, by the Alachua, 1st Monday( after 4th Monday( in Tallahassee.: ON TUESDAY:: NEXT SUCCEEDING TIm as to the mode of compliance with

way, 1 is: a lover of the an. "I never ate March l'rnl.ilfl.t-.T. 1-. Demilly Tallahassee.: : FIRST;; MONDAY(() IN NOVEMHER such recommendation;
one" replied Smartingtt.amily., 'cll, Levy, :td Monday after 4th Monday in Collector of n"I'CI/Ile-V. C. Pearce, Tallahassee Aon-, therefore: ; notice of such recommendation
who supposed\ you did'tclaimed Jones, March. A. D. IM( is hereby given: and the following instructions

with Impatience. "If |, to ask;; vou if Putnam, 1-t Tuesday after 1-t Monday Ae .'or of Tuure -ll. A. Shine, Tallahassee. The said Tuesday being:; the second day of are hereby given as to the mode
you liked donkey, no' he continued, March. of compliance' with such recommendation:
with ii lingering: emphion monkey" Full TermSuinter- u'I'l' TY. said] November, ht.11'\' elector desiring; to vote at such '. P
1 Said Sinartington lngeni"I like you, 4th Monday in October.Marion For a Governor' and Lieutenant Governor election in favor of such Cunv'lIti.IUI-hall t
Jones." i : 1st. Monday: after 4th :Monday in Cbnnty/udor-1V.CItTJ.1. H. Sebring, Bronsoll; of the State of Florida,'and for Four Electors : have written or printed lon the same ballot
\ Marco, Mronson.
of President Vice-President] of the
October. : on which the names!I of the
PRETTY I'U.TTIF.Uthe i wedding Alachua, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Slt'riffD.. Fin luyson. Mronon.A United 1 :States; ; voted for for any otlicc orolliccs at said persons elec

breakfast: ; departure of happy pair.) October. tasrasorof'tiers-J. :M. Willis: ,'Mronson.tWlectof'of For one Representative: : of the First ('011- tion are written or printed, and] on the same
hl\ll-"Wh\ do they tbthings at tho ( 1//'I'IIIIt'-J ( Mi( 'Grew, District of Florida in the
( ; Levy 1st Monday after 4th Monday inNovember. greional: : : Forty- side thereof as!! such names!I are written or
pretty lady in theVamajYoiiiig lady_ :: Dnmson. seventh Congress' ; : of the United States ; printed, 1\I\l1110t onjhc other side, the words
For I 1Il.k,I 1 t'ur." Chad' *i! why doesn't Putnam, 2d Tuesday after let Monday[ in ;!erntfiuleiit of Selntoh-Jos.! P. Shand- For one Repre-entative: of the Second I For a invention ; and I any elector desiring -

she throw them back? \s .Itly'OhI \ December, Bronson. Congressional District of Florida in thel'urtysevcnih to vote against such a Convention, shall
that would I be rude." C.1romptly"Nu )- fEVEXTH CIRCTIT MAD1SOX ('Ot' T\ Congress: of the United States. have written or printed 1 on such ballot, on

it wouldn't ; ma do pleasant! forma William\ Archer Cm-ke, Judge; .\. St. Clair- County JuJije: I*. M, Wit hl'l'I'poonr adi.80n. And on the same day a General; Election the side thereof above prescribed, the words

I and pa, who overheat i know that Abrams State's Attorney.YoliiMU will be held "Against a Convention.
others overhear also.-Finjtt. _"ht'riff-T. Willard.. Madison.llerk : In the County of Escambia for Senator NOTE.-Nothing herein i is intended to
Sprilf Ttrur Jolin M. nlhll1i from the First Senatorial District prevent
!! -Oll
; elector who
of the previous e' Scotchman any may desire to vote for
PRIE.NU been ;; (to 1st Monday in May. Sn(>erinteHileiit of "khoo/ll-I': S. Tyner, In the County of Jackson for a Senator or against a Convention, but
who )has unoRerous may not intend
over- llrevard :!Monday\ in :May.
from the Third Senatorial District
Madison.Ltnnty to :
night) "Well, sir, how do"I i t this morning ;3d ( in May. ; vote for any person! for any office, from
Orange: Monday Treasurer, S. Smith, Madison.! In the Counties of Calhoun and Franklinfor voting on the Convention
T" Scotchman wee Fnendl- J you liar a', have feelteleruably Fall Dodo TermVolusiu, 2d!-Monday in June. iWecturof fiereute-M.\ H. Warring, Madison Senator: : from the Fifth Senatorial- District elector is to be i-crmitted to question vote more, but than no

you not had your: boots bra!" Scotchman ht Monday in Xtwt'mbt'r.IlrevaJ'l. .itieuor. of TtWft-n. D. Wa.:!>worth, Mad In ;the Counties of Liberty and Wakullu one sons ballot for offices on the and pleaof for or voting) for both i>er- I
against Convention
native a
(whose ) develoiedduring :2d Monday in Novetnlwr.Orange -
ison. for U Senator from the Senatorial .
Only one ballot
d should be
011, 'am received
the night) think 3d Monday November..
MANATEE COCxTY.Lusty from each elector
; at such
) election
soft as let them thae liCk| clan on Dade 21 December.
sae Monday in
of Jefforson for Senator
In the County n ::<1. The'ot.s cast this
Graham Manatee. on
E. M.
their charges ulIIllI\ak' prof the cleaning ( Judye- question shall
Senatorial District
from the Ninth be
o' mu bits? Na, w \% get a bit Clerk-UoU'rt S. Griffith Manatee ; canvassed and declarations and return
breakfast a'll just gang OO get them County O l't'I'tI. Sheriff-Wm. C. Hay man. Pine Level. In the County of Hamilton for u Senator tht.'rl'lhhall' be made bv the Insinrton, and

)iwlibhed! by a boy on the stt- u lien It)'. ALACIU'A. CVCKTY.County Auetsor of Taitt Wm. FT l"arrish, Par- from In the the County Eleventh Alachua Senatorial District fur a Senator; I by'an(vowing()\lI\t- Canvassing Hoard, in the Is-iards!!, and the State

There HA'.-Judy. | Judijt-Junius! C. Gardner, Gaines rish. from the Thirteenth Senatorial District same manner and
Culltctor of Ret-enuf-Marion G. Carlton, ; at the .alllt' t i IIII' a.? Vt.ltes (mist: for I-ersons
{ MbON,; YOL' i was at 091. a WpH, ville.Clerk Pine Level. In the Countyof Bradford for a Senator for offices at said election and required bv .
known diameter in'l'!>tratfi.IJ9Ure| ( -J. A Carlisle (iaimville.Sheriff Surintfndtnt of Schoult-Pelii J. Seward, from the Fifteenth Senatorial District ; law to IK (canvassed declared and returned it"j l
He had a great craving for ,
s ( 'Spree" was wi ill-naturisji,;e over of T whom he had authority as touost, un- of Rwllue-H J. I"*. Thomas Gaines In the County of Marion for a Senator election to IK i-ublL-hod in
ville.FujMriiUtiidtut. Judge-J, M. Mclntosh, O<.'4la. from the Nineteenth Senatorial District a newspam-r'
beumble. Oil one of these tll t1 working ; printed in the county, if there be
I' along with Ii lIewly-eng"prentice:!" of ,Sr/t(Wj_(). A. Myers, Clerk<< -H. W. Ixing, Ocala. In the Counties of Dade and Hrevard for county ; and i if there be no a paper tlib.in
I). Pooser tk-ala. ltUl'r
1 he told the buyto go bacltme l4pirUlevel. Gainesville. "iff-t' a Senator from the Twenty-first Senatorial:! luhed in thecounty.theyshallcausJat ,
Cotton least
knew nothltout BVKEK UU'XTV. Atttr( of 7ic.r.t-ThulUa.i District ; five CUl'il'S.of this
The I lad( the notice to be posted Ja the
article question but the Yiql rit" de- CLudyJud/e-Jaw. II. Herndon.Sanderson. Plant.Collector. In the County of Sumter for a Senator most lublu.'IlacLSIIl the county
titled the course. He went tH which| C/tTk-t' J. Pons Sandeixm.Sheriff ofleeeutieFrederick;; Poy, from the Twenty-third Senatorial District ; Is TESTIMONY WHEHKOF, I have here-

was not far distant, and b OI | bottleof J. CV Williams, SiinderMin. Ocala.ujteriuteinlfnt. In the ('Olllltof Walton for a Senator unto set my hand and han hereunto
School H. C.
whisky, which he lmnde4J master Auftsor of Ttuft-K.: (i. llogersoit, Sanilerson of *- from the Twenty-fifth Senatorial District : atflxt'l1 the Great Seat of the-

and waited the result. The, iiy t down Port McCoy\ In the Counties of folkand Manatee for State of Florda at Tallahassee

on the stone he way deem suite\kins; along Wleetor of Revenue-Ilichard. Kennedy, MONROE <\HXTY.County a Senator from the Twenty-seventh Senatorial [L.s.] the Capital this the fourth day of

steady putt at the bq4. td : Darbyviile.superiuten&ntc. Jmlijc-Chas. J. Baron, Key West.Clerk District: : August: A. n. 1 ao.
1Vee1 lat.1i( that wl..na. fa 1 & t- \\'. O, Hampton, -John Sitcher. Kev Wot.Curry In the County of Volusia for a Senator W' V.IH.OXU.UI,

wantit: but it'U jest. tiae" Olustee. shce;: r luclwrtl key Wl*t. trout the Twenty-ninth Senatorial District;
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.117111 : .'l't'n.II._ iii consequence of the} !supply' I b.1 .ing larger;
:,_, heal Instate.i'OK : })lfY GOODS AT NEW YORK PRICES I than: the ,demand, it is very 1dc"I irablr to linda

I / \1.t"T\IIU: IN ri.ouun.=The Slllt'F', / '",'- market willing\ to take Hie 1( !surplus' jii-ld,

SAI. 1: 1-- AT TIII: l'OI"'I.\U imv coon uorsi: or : id.t" ,/""'.publishes/ : the following from\ a and to ,dis!i \'er (he means\ If dcliurinj; lilt
I: gentleman in Ahuhuautinty : fruit cheaply and !safely nj distant, p<>inK
; I '1lIl1alol'oIhll1l101: be planted in hOt-\beds: in According to the Ixuidon .iira/.ine ol'Pharmacy
; December and January for l'nrlylliplllcllloI: : ; there is no reason: fli\' mir spleinli.l

J. .u..,.. ............................................. .........,t -_: .:r1" hYDD.yIItY : t transplanted: In February and March, or fruit" the keeping\ qualities] which! are well
I :. ;-."I : when four to twelve inches high. :Should be known should( not be' dell r"I'I'tlll1 that city

-4 : : A IJKSIHAHLI: : HOTIL.: i --- planted as: deep in the ground as pnssiiilo' in as: fresh and blooming asjii just 1 gathered.
j'f'' : ruts. four, to the feet apart, and from three This ('11,111111" be !secured if wrapjiing each

........... ,...........................................+++4. GOODS, CLOTHING BOOTS AND SHOES, to four feet in the drill or rows. Cultivate apple ill :soft 1i"'>;I1':1{ : pt. wllidl has been(
'++.;:,; by plowing and( hoeingery much afterthe previously. .'<:1 it I uratediiia5, i III iOIl IIf 111 l'\'lie

J .w:(,';"Situated directly on the Hailroad: XO''IOXSXU r.VXt'Y' G(10IS. order of cotton or (':1 II t'h,"'I two acid and! ;dried Tltc :stroll alcoholic. Holu-
,!. l'llIwlll :11111011(' or two boeings 1 is all that lion, diluted down with I much water as it
} ++......... .............."t.........+4T rpIIE LAltOEST AND HEST TOCITO: :SELECT FROM: I, AT 1'1H'EW1IIe1l: ::\ can be done. I here gathered: shipped and willlt'ar., i is the best for tit- !purpose Each

.:$: ]:* IN ONE: OF THE: "JI : JL CANNOT UK UXDEHSOLD.Large : sold from one acre this season ,I one-bush-: apple! should be free fronf :any bruises: ami
............. i should be wrapped in til '1' thicknesses of
: shipments of 1.1.XU WIXTKK \ I' HEALTHIEST]: : PAHTS: OF FLOHIDA: I .. Orders mail receive attcntioJl.I per ('rale''l')( "dtt'(" from this one acre the pre'pnr.lpII\'r\ whi f may be u edovervrnmvd
anil lletail. prompt
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-+, ; I New York Otlice! f J .. 'r ir v it ik N.E.Cor.: Centre and Third, average crop I here j er acre' on good l<,tad is: way and properly pack: will carry :safely:

For particulars address: :*Walker Street. {\ > to. M-)f_ Fernandina: FlaSANEOllN -. from iVi! I to 'J.Vl bushel crates.Heans : fur any distance.:
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FLOHW.)11I:1:01: : I1. i : :should be planted as early as the

.53-tf )Fernandina, Fla.: & HOYT( feet first: apart of February, and from, iu two rows to: four two and iu drill a half the IIO t'S 1'AIOLit K f>UT.I t'.IHK.Inons .

width of a common hoe apart. :Some prefer.
':' Till FLOHIDA EOI1'IEI'I') : : : NEAU CKNTUKIIOLKSLK I:, to drill them) ( from one to three inches apart. l'LN.:-,\I'UUnR: : kl .feel[ and jMiund a

I prefer them in hills: on account of hoeing pineapple! and pass: thin ha line sieve, add,
TT" AND AND IMMIOHATION[ l'OI1'\'Y \\' AND RKTUI. between. 'Li icy will >ield on good land. the juice of one or two with a gill of
natural or fertilized from :i!:,o to oOO bushel water lundsugar or syn thetaste ; strain

GROCERS SHIP CHANDLERS crates.Cucumbers I : into the freezing pot.
: OFFERS should be' planted from the
I first of February: to the lirst: of March,, in RrsTiNO: TK\-KKrriK.-J\n Infallible remedy -
AND K\t.KU3 IN of seed used. for a ruslingtea-kettl) !says! an exchange,
four feet :
': <( : R w R ._IIt. *" w" and :sown in the drill Irom three to four
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Of the most HAY I I CORN I I OATS I HICIC'K I LINK I I 1171'1'. I III inches When: all apart danger: to of warrant fro t is a over perfe, chop t stand.out hug odor of and!soap, smoke and of water the lill lice,remove and leave all\ the the

j ;. tl *. *' w w w--* R--w R- ." to width of a hoe, or :Six im lies: apart leaving : kettle :smooth and free 'in' rust.

AC''E::';:';1nL1.1NU\ : ) DKSIRAHLK:: : --- Oil'':/ one/ in a hill. This will insure a big. 1..: IOSl"t'I .-Bt'nt 11 froth one tableSpoonful 1

i yield, and is plenty far apart, as: the shipping of hotter, t III cup of sugar, OliO

: LAMA IX TIIKSTATE A J.IWIHTOCK( : OK FUHNITUHE: : ALWAYS ON HAND. season: : as a general thing, i is Over before lnblespuunful: of corn l'\'h,1II111 Iwo eggs.IVhcn .
:: covered l with vices
the ground; i"n,1I : very 'ollloloth 1111 fight 11tlet tune cup
I !) --- -- After this mode planting on good lands: of hailing wah'r. Set basin: illto boiling
:. OF FLOHIDA, IMSMyARLINGTON or when well manured: the yield will run water! IUIII stir Live I UIl':4.: Sehtvul: : itlt

*t? NURSERIES. up to .ltlO) and "HHI crates: per: acre Cottonseed hl1ll' 1h'II>1I'"onful' If 1111 111111 :oIt'rnOOll \'('.
... makes the
and stable manure : :
'f' }1:At only $L:.;; per acre to new !settlers with :best, : ferlili/ers: ; composted: in pens: one layer .l lm'I.F. y.: -0111'( tahlt:4poonful .

:the Privilege of :selection in parcels of 10 -- of earl,, three inches: cotton :seed to :six IIr brown :Sugar) : Ill' flour thrt't'' of

r '.acres or more. The.se lands are 10t'ate,10n, inches: of stable: manure or muck is the best' water ; a tnlIt''l'oolll'l, of o'Hlllol'' yeast.
j 'And:: adjacent to the line of the THOlMt'AI SK.HI-TllOI'ICAI. I'lll'IT TICii.S.: : ROSES: 1)1111: I know of for vegetables, "mink" and! heat them well tngetli 31akc lit least t (tWIIhoul'
ofstable hdi.rt' lI"itlIt./: vine glaololof: this
cotton :seed, in the! tibsenee: manure.:
% ior.suiunviit; : <;Kii\: smti'itsami FMMVIKI.\: I.A.\TS. Cow-pen lands are (excellent will lot' oIlIl1Id'lIt: f"r quart of 1I01lr. It1lny .

-ATLANTIC, OtTLF AND WEST INDIATHANSIT The common li.sh guano is thlI best common he' k'cpt "I' hy lid g water :sugar 111111
\ ., -- fertilizer we have! used. hen--from 1:1\1() hunt 11:01: lit hr 1. OI''Unllr: dlllng 1111''t.oI.: .

:: CO.'S It. It., tnIMI:\( ) l'"ulI.I"lwr acre in drill. Caution ol'1.
I NEW: (,1I0I<'VAltlETIES: : hulled Orniig<> 'l'r.'H :MADE) : A l'El'I.\I.'rY.; ranch at
i \ : AND :should, be used to not put on too ('nn: .'oU.\ ( 'II\'tl- ollllel Ilax.:seed' and

Ij j \ extending from FEHNANDINA J ] on the At'Atlantic the time, or in too close: contact with the lilll.-t: pearl Ioarlc'o It'h' 11 Moping/ tm1'0011 -
\ -- roots.: When 'KM: pounds in-r acre are used, 1'111 of puke.I I licorice rout
l 't to CEH.\: n KEY, on the j sugar, unequarter
]1 :' thus all'ording to the \producer,! dlt'II011'\ tit-Send for Descriptive) Catalogue. deep in the drill and. I half the second plowing \ of it 1'0111111' : .t' nil 1111111 earthenvessel
AI.HIKT: i. RI1)\\ I: ItL.
f( ,,'i f 'stunt and rapid\ transportation to the bestTmarkets. sown in the siding fllrI'OWIII1.1l'IJ'r : : ; pour 011 tulle I t of hailing water :
Itf JAI'KSONVII.LE( :, FLA. with next furrow.lleans cover tightly until ttu 11111 drink IIf it I'regnently. -
: range; in ,price from II fly cents: to $T Ii "holiltl Imule fresh
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I ,i The belt of country traversed by the Trans per t'ralt':0"1/: crop per acre will make t twelve hour.Sn1Ti..tsi .
i fit It 11. embraces iIIIItS tot: ('(/., Professional" ami Hiisin.*ss' Cards, from $IIH) to N clear
"TJI.t'OX. and Dealers ill -- Cucumbers\ $IIMI to *:.W HuWI.II,- a foll"willrll't'/ :<::4
Importers} i)r. AiiTinni ('. roin, Egg 1'llIlItoloo,1: crop will \1,1.11'.111. 1:01: rC't'Olllllll'lIh'lllir, d big white Michaudshawis.

EVEHY: VAHIETY]: OF SOIL K JUO to tots crates per acre, and :sell from $1 to I'utthesoih l'lide illto a large
TTVENTIST:\ $1 per crate.Irish howl I : throw over I 11 If U h'lIcul'ful' or

|r ca'A.xosi j 1 I{: caJ.: ,\() }1 ( I'utataesPeerless"\ : ,preferred- flour. dry. rub thoro ly 11M if wlI..hill.
;: I to be found in the State, a largo proportion Fourth St., bet. Centre and, Alachua, yield from TIN) to :'-t41<) crates ; sell for $1 to then thortJuj.thly .hllk It the (lIuur. If the

I' being peculiarly adapted to the culture of ._ ,_,_, $::1.$ article II out (1(011 'llt I ho ''lo'ess: in
:'IN) to4H( ) crates, clean flour. Articles: ltd hy time .
t5Bll:: -TRor1C.iL FKUITS and Early Vegetables, 4s. tf FEHNANDINA, FLA Squashes: 'ic'.I.ll't'r' acre hurl'( ess!
Xo. 14S II.w :STREET, and :sell from tiny cents to $::1. will retain 1\ new hue lung IIi' t there I is 11
and The, birgr, Compact llotlics of Timber I WM. II. C. IVRYEE:, Beets from LIN' ) to (bushels: per acre, thread! Id"t.

make these! lands worthy of CAKEFUL EXAMIXAT10X Sa nauah, /ieorgia, and l sell from $1 to :$;::! ,per crate. ('ovyrE 'KF.-OII nr
I : II' sugar ; 11IIt'I'ul'
manufacturers of LC.MDCKAXD Ii ENEHAL: : : COMMISSION: :MEHCHANTCE.NTUE Cauliflower is a well paying 'wl'-yll'I.I
i of lIIolllt! :<(' till of hItter
on hand a good supply uf G ; II' : one
Keej. : well and sold this! season at /from2\ to $:'JO
N,\V.\L STORES. their celebraterit7.1fANl1'liLATE1) cup of yery strong co, : one cup of"Iu/Hotl
ST. H. It. DKPOT barrel shipped from heft
raisins: : nile cup of C nl:4: : Olle' te'II1l'oon'{ '
Cabbage will I net from $100 to $::100 per
* NEW SETTLERS : ) GI1A\O.-tr1t fug (each of !spices: : OJ O l'o"rlilof sole :
FEHNANDINA, FLA acre 0111. egg : four and .llnlf light cults: fIr
Nothing better can be bad, for fall and winter Mutton corn will not bear shipping to Hour. Dissolve the la in the nudtLssts.hall : .

11, Purchasing: land from this company are fur- crops.: Price ]FIVE): DOLLAHS PEn: Hay, for, OntM.Contracting Northern markets. and I shipped extensivelyto Un"! and the currants bill" in a little ot
uw.llI.IIICUII Atlanta
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nislied with entire free jtassagc on the Transit HAC. or J.'U'TYII.IAII\) :: PEH: TON, _____m __ __ __ u_ __ sold) at)forty cents ii 'rdozon.. Twenty bush.els the (flour. Heat tlier. (Heat butter and,
railroad steamer at Savannah.Send .
F.O.U. to A mola.s.se.s
J sugar a cream. egg J with
[ llailroad for family and personal effects and Building can easily: Ic made per acre, or about
: for drl'ulal''l'in); certificates: etc. soda, collee, Hour, iff, raisins: and cur
[to the station nearest the land purchased. --- -- -- :!/>oi) or :.1,000 ('lIl1C. egtlyale1tto$2.i:! (o' gross- rants.
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Hooks mill htaliouery.. JA.fiis: .n<-<; iFFi1ONT11ACTO11 \, or, say $hr 0 to $:.lio per acre net. I have
I TITLE COMPLETE, being derived by. I __ made this: this season. I',,!!, writ.Watermelons STALK HUEAD.-Aslinly bako once a.

I :grunt from the United States and purchasefrom IIOItACE DREW /" AXD UUILDEH: : and canteloupes' will yield week the last Ioave4ays get quito stale

[ the State of Florida.COItRESPONIENCE. 1,000) good "saleable melons per acre ; an in spite of all the I II take to preservethem.
average of only ten cents each I Is $IC"( JHT I then take Joaf at a time, as wt+
Alachua Street between Second and Third
Wholesale and Retail I. acre. Fifteen to twenty-live dollars will want it ; put it into lamer well covered

) : fO; LICIT En. FEHXAXDINA: FLA. manure, plant cultivate and deliver on tllUrailruilil. and let it steam for VKT ; then put it In,

Of course, when "shipped North, we the oven (not hot (gut to burn it) fur

,j, [Descriptive MAPS and cincui-Aiis mailed on BOOKS, NTATIOXF11Y, Orders awl estimates from distance carefully realize much better prices.dollars One (hundred about a quarter of uuir, to let the crust: ,
i Implication. attended to. 25-tf per' acre for melons can bo made here become a little dry ifrixp. I havo treated

CHAS. W. LEWIS, And 'ITSIC, --- -- -. -- ----- and "sell I in home markets.! Cost of planting lrC'lIell'iht days 01. his! way, and it lias
Land Commissioner.OlHce O. N. OAKKSCONTRACTOR : and cultivating less than any othercrop. All been' j just: as fresh alcllciotu us the 11 Mlt-
the foregoing) crops can be planted tin the day it was II 1111 Ie. '
[ Beach and Seventh Ste.lfrti \\
coo same land( that oranges/: : are growing on under
/ AND MULDER, six years old. These ('ruplIhoul.llIll 1 be To KKKP: HKKKsk: -Have (ho Hteakh" ,

JACKSONVILLE:, FLURIUA.p followed as soon as gathered, with sweetI'utntrnM cut about the willa knl'H:4.: Mix togethersome
-/1 THE FLORIDA VSl'KACTfKKS ( : on the same land, which will yield salt, sugar III ely powdcreil saltjK'-
6 from trIO to -loo bushels per acre and sell at tro. In an cartlnlr lay a steak, and
Ft COMPANY. MOULDINCiS: HltACKETS.' SAWED AND from thirty cents! to $1 per Iu'dleVht'll! sprinkle it with tll tore; put on another
1e01VN IMPROVEMENT TURNED HALirSTEItS XEWE1.S: Iu.tataes are not planted field pea should and sprinkle tmie as beforeami overall
-Sehool look it HI.et'lallt1i i STAIR HAILS, WOOD) EAVESTHOniHS. : ;- 'l1)', and us soon as the peas are gathered, the turn over a plaJth a heavy weight on

( SHEATHINO, vines! should be plowed in as fertilizer fort hooranges. it. This will fornrine of !its own, and)
al CLARKE, WEATHEHHOAHD-: ) ): ( : the meat will kee et this way for a lung
W WYLLY 1N U .'NI' FLOOR-( time. You can tout to broil in the
a, ( !" to J. M. Cooper Co.,) 15th CAHHIVA.-connidcrable interest is: felt usual wUV. This! very good\ ] recipe for

Towns on 1C. K. Line, IIEALE&y IX in the production of starch from the cassava people who) |live u from the cities. Jjo
r Stair and Church n'ork rout, Mr( Sinclair having) returned from the not let it frcc/e.
', And Cedar Key. Z: "School wad )Jb6t'elloll.'ou,, : North, where he has bei-n for thettrjo1oe| .of
.---. ,. testing Its value! we have procured from him HLACKHKKICY Vl". Mash the lx>rri<'sand
the: following statement width we place before put them inMie jar, covering thereNell .
-----j l readers with the 1,1' ir \incgar let it
------- '. our : | ; stunt!
t v OF ALL SIZES.PostOtHce : ;. I have been engaged in the manufacture together! two dM'rring' ooca-i ;
.'t .. [Offers... to 1.l'S.'l'f. and Purchasers a large ] HOOKS I HOOKS [ )lox 171. uC starch from Irish I jMjtutoe: for more than then strain and f he liquor on the saslte

.-.',number of the moot eligible and desirable A.- 4fc ( .m jail Fernandina, Fla.Undertaking. twenty years, and the result of lilY cxTt- amount-of fn-shjed fruit. After standing
1 / nee in our mill here satisfies: me fully that two days iiufJln again, and add to
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t -City or Suburban Hesidences: ; of starch than the jx.tuto. In my judg- sugar; boil! amU. and while hut bottle
I c' nent it will yield from lilt s-ii to twenty |lJtr! and cork ccciirtH imikea an agreeable
': i ALL KINDS: 1C. ,.. IIKM: >iit.SO\. "l'Ut. I found some difliculties in Its manu drink by addinrw( \ tablesMMinfuU] to a g
luturenot imidcnt to the manufacture ofNjUtucM. tumbler wuKraIE.r.
Cor Congress and :St.: Julian Sts.,
TV AND nmXISIII The great size and !length of the T
I ( Discounts on Values allowed to Kuiuiinah, Georgia.Sloren 11 l\I.\xur.\JflHtJ root I'rev'lIteclllirt'Ct and easy application) wr H f'hit prox Pilot: t F1'ua.-A Mound), JlIII'corropomlfiii -
indusI tu the /grater: and its great *pod lie gravitypripituted
engaged in
parties manufacturing or -' that the breaP'f a I..r..llc lamp JiaJJ
( ; the tine iioiiijvc which
Mud TluMure.TIIKKTV : passed "
I -?trial entyi rises, who will erect on the prop- -- through the ..icve to the.t l">ttoiuof the vats and caused\ wishes a tu fn///how'JlIt"it can upon be removed.Jood the floor.,

ertyl puithaseil Hubatantial iiuprovemenU S : d: ItUUTIIF.lt: FIFTH ST., FEHNANDINA, FLA. to with a great the starth.extent 'fhcsediflicultiesIwaschile to overcome and havo no ( kcTo'' en| a boilinj ]Miint at 3.,,",

I :;t for residence i or in which to conduct their Second Street, opimsite I'ost-Ofllce.t doubt (but further exrimenUwill| entirelyreiuvu dcgrts of, runs lardff/ Y In above order the to inciting/ ra.
.. point drive
Inera'' 1I11 1II. I In regard tt, the quality of
'ba. the ..tan'h.I will nay that Il'lal'11] quantity \ fny fabric, from |MtH.r, or
J from W..llt I lube heated' !high
IYDUCE3IENTS TO MANUFACTUR.EKS "t it with the Pacific Mills at l.awrence.Masituihuartts enough
tt, form 11 vaM hen. if pure, it be
one of the )largest, if not the may
:. ,by exemption for a term of yean fruittazationofered I largest, cotton manufactory in this country Cdinplelfly nfl. 'Heat may be applied{ ,[
'i IUBi rh t "' to the tl.M.r flat-Iruns
by the several cities and t})1. r ly to Im tcHfd. The result of that test: I givein ftg ufllcienthr
the following letter from their treasurer hot, 1i..t |>'la.J piece of fits| | -r over the
M'towwnna t :l Apply!> to HII"Tu, )'ayno 1$+111.Mean. : sj{11It. It rna|Me after the oil i driven
l neat
the uitv the
f from stain will .
.. I Sir.c. (b.lEta .
't. hOfdlcecor.I A "th fcts., Fernandina.
: t hier ; 1'11> Ie nil remaining in! the
1-i11Wi : Mr. our agent at f.aw-
1 t.r rt! METALLIC CASKS. WOODEN wool will b. ht to the nurface by t'8.
1 COFFINS rnue, writes u* that the quality of your taus
AND CASKhTS. .ava.tank U fully (jual to that of the best pillarv. attru tol the In rnuh' a case Jt will| IxntsfHwiry

_8eed and Ciuuno. laundry kturi'h we are u..ing.JAMM Mtain uprration as often as!

-M irket Gardeners !!! THIMMIX
;irCONST.INTLY ONHuilieo H.\ J't_ )'I Mil" etc, mo) t of,your reuhersfront I able h1o'III [ Jlall'' "Jlir ICt'IIt'wer
longer oi>|H.rtunity of obM-rvatioii.are. better j rrnews, 1'\1'\ priicbtfiu, Invigorates anti
VYD.; M. FERRY & C3.'sSIEilEilDiiS:! inforiutii than I tutu be but my oWrtativnconvinrin I rerhrt..''tu lIalt'tI.r aut! liufro fadwl

STOVES: HEATKlts.: H.\ GJot.'i: washed and dniMnl and pre.frved me that the name fiiervy und Ial jr gray or IIi; {'hair, dIWIIY.IJuiddy' andrurely.
until burial, with, or without the UM. of ice. given to the IrUh (x.tuto North Ijentowed llft |People prefer tg buy it a
I TIN AND SHEET-IHOX: ( WAHEHOOFIXO lU-ruaiiu fibume.1! IUlIII-Iact..11II twie-' frremoval. upon cttvawa> here( would" make iu production and taw it,Juan to prot-Liini in a man. ., ifTIlE -

: I I =\ ) UUTTKHIXO, one of the 'leading and luont remunent nor mow t than word eau delineate,
I I Tdt1Cr"I.Mc order promuly atttn.ltxl to. tire Industrie in the State.-Ola"vJlllUrln tbway through til I lock or grizzly LeaN,
Ut .. crCUMUEH WOOD PUMP. ETC -, that J and
xrtott- :r1.31U .. tbey l-o IttdPI( to decay. A
To*Ml*by dMlen througbout Florid - 11 convince
A large stock of Stores on hand ttire I very .burt the most kriv.
Catalogue lard'price tint tree to all applicant ('all. anti usa fHI..ISO.a; TO caota-fn: view of trial that f radicate tje( rasp dweW*
compare our price* with those or ; :
$2 1'KU: the ot noble
other house Qt'UdHIitHToT11ESliltltolt. enormous crop apple raUed in which rolialr of iu color and 1Il' J
xddrvwi D. TL rtKBI .J (0.: Delrvit )lIe Ii. here or eUe*here. 1 the: country: and tbeir exitf*ire cheapnetM: iwt &*tt I) Daily Jf<,*&,*.
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LOCAL REFLECTIONS.i.OD Either would. make an acceptable and useful .1l01U; HA1HCAL THICK Kill' INN) yards of cloth, siuh as drillings ducks, Brick, Lime" t,

representative in the fA'gi1llaturl' and both fine !shirt'\ hug's and sheetings. They have ,
==-.c. '-="=--;:' = =:: -=::0-:: =-: = Cement,
about 'J'I)iKni spindles\ RHlooms! ) ) nnll employ .
$ A YEAR; $10 ron SIX MOXT1M. arc ton well known to the citizens!' of Nassau THE r.MTr.n STATUS MSTKICT CIIVIITTOBE AUUXfsi.n nearly LIMN ImmK Plaster Hair! ,

.. .-- -------- -.. county to require any words of commendation \ fou IORIIUIT rAltTls \S ITKIOSHilltiir E's Ffillk00,111I1111, w\lolrllllIl"I'! manufacturer HOYT'S.
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To Correspondents.(1rrrNlnn from us.! of Charleston. Va., is milking improvement
; Mirror : The writer of this recalls: ----- -

(Tents a\d\ )Mrrons hiring, '",.
with thin ;)tnitrr iri'S j ),!rose direct to Fixmmv an early day by the County Executive: Committee
of oil
1870\ a colloquy, in !substance' as I shall relate South turn omit HO.IHHIOOO} ( gallons antiually MINI) barrels Flour.

"- MIUKOK, FfrnaiidiiH. Fla.CotoxEt. ., ( to fill the vacancy.In it, took place in Jackson yule. supplying'\ it is stated, three-fourths :1500: slinks!' Corn .
-- --" -- --- of the olive oil of the world, I.: MI"MI,( ) tons I'm..Iarr..l'Il'l'nrl!' fn'st.KKI ,
: T.VYl.oiicnginecr in charge of the Jnntlce iiterinan'n Court :Several I grntlemen I tvre'in conversation I of oil cake, and, about! l"i HiMKt,( tons of hulls barrels I K.: 11. Meal. 4'

Fcrnandina<< ft Ja|.soiivSllc' Railroad, i is in Abraham (;traham, a notorious thief its on Hay street near the old market house!' From the latter it i is claimed that i,41'MN) ) 50 boxes Haoon.

the city.OAIT. among whonf was A. A Knight! then Judge tons of )paper: \ can be manufactured, or nleast < ;$jON) baits Till\olh\ lIn '.
___ bound 1 over on two charges!' to in next
appear of meal left. P. XOYKS.
.1'\IH'tIlM'! < tons
J are
'ks Oats
of the Fourth Judicial (Circuit. The electionfor \ ::!(H> tat -1.
CKIPPEX, a HanfnlIOrnllge county; term of circuit court ; George; }Dor '(')', 11011I1 1 Thporfillk Knitting and Cotton :Manufacturing -- _. --
members I of the legislature! had: recently of "rfolk.11.., have
succeeds Joli A. McRac: over to appear in circuit court for wilfully / Company, rorltent.Twolirstclassdvvcllinghou.
Fla., : as general occurred and much anxiety was f felt as to their mills in partial operation. The main csinthorouilirepair t ,
traveling agent in. ijorida for Mai lory's 1 Line. and I maliciously maiming tin\ animal. and the result! ; the Democrats believing that building I is 11."> by (K) feet with a wing f" ]JIY i ill neighborhood. I especially! )
several delinquent road workers werelined.. of ,
-- \ 1'i feet: three stories. (Cotton goods a medium \ Stables
their had been successful.Ueturns residences.! ( !
party: desirable as summer
THEUE was n paly} Thursday evening at grade are made. Seventy: operatives to .1

CUl'tuinV.. 0. Jolt-ys's, in honor of Miss! ,l Ludicrous Incident. : from u few of the most distant! arc now uiuployc\) ,i, and after the balance "I' would FJ.IIIIII.Tllw be, l provided i:>t lMnto\EMiXT if required! "': Co.MI'VXV Apply "}
t Mantle Jones, on of. 'Jacksonville's fair Yesterday, about noon n negro man with counties the peninsula had not been received the mat hinery is in, the mill one hundred Opposite) Egmont:: I Hotel.Wanted 'j 1

his hat pulled, well over his face, was enjoying and it was believed that the l Radicals : and fifty or upwards will )be regularly cmployed. _. .---- .
daughters ) : .\ ,portion! of the operatives wen
." --.- the glorious sunshine in a hearty noonday who had: the whole machinery of election taken from I the 1 North "t Once ;j

THE: new "Fuirlliks Tnuk Scales," for nap. I lie( had selected as bis, lounge the under control were withho.ti1tll111) The IMvv.irds:, Iron (Company\ have justcompleted :,0 barrels Florida :Syrup. "'

weighing a cart 1111' nntentsnrid located. platform in front of the battery room of the for unlawful\ purpouA prominent dthWIIIII'r'I'h.,1 1111'I"t\ in blast a nc'\t( furnace ;;oo bu-bcls\ Seed. Potntoc.s. /11
at YA oo Mock, .\I!: It is runningon browi A H. :XOVKS.11itOffice ..
the side track east it he railroad ollico, is in .
telegraph olllce, distant: about fifty l l dot from \ : (be group\ of ;gentlemen hist henititituaresuuiaed in the vicinity, will .

successful I operation the railroad. track 'In the midst of his slumbers t Ii 'r.reti'rreslto and asked additional: returns .\1alo.lIlI1'01.1' as fuel. Sol ttee.Offirr ;,

As evidence t the-cillcient- an engine came rushing; along; the track bad hl'l'I1I'I\,( \',', that morning; ? liumcdiatilyjiidgf Grermit! 'illitS, ( '., has u c sash 1ldOfwhith /l'll-FI'tll\1\ 8.00A.M.: ) to ;:") p. .'l. .
an management
and aroused the slumboror. He ? Knight has been in operation for neatly a quarter) of Letters from
suddenly \ : inquired : "Whyare Money Orders. and Registeml:
of the Tran-it ailrllltll, we are rclia.hh'llIfllrlll.t a century, and which turns out about 1Hchicles ( ) .
imagined!; himself, the trai: 'k, and his frantic you so interested, /to hear election news?" tear.At .I"I.\. su., to tIN: 1', M. ; and from li.iHi!:( r. al 1. !
l that swoon cars, laden with \ a to 3:311:! :; I', M. :Sundays! frlllll11:0\ :::(> to 11:0.\::: .
cllorts tOld out of the way of his imairimiry ; .11"1.1111..1., was (be response\, "we believe the list Texas\ : Penitentiary: are to 11,1'l'd.1 \' :
ocd.uand pine lumb-, (ann >t bo unloadedfor number manufactories.; ; Tin M. and i a.'iu::: to .11):: 1': :M.AKKIVAI. .
terror were ludicrous in the extreme. that the hcnot'rtis''pu'ty: has beenietori- ( ''
the want of whol roam first! slinji to Inbuilt, \\i a cotton! factory:' AXll m.\U11RE: : OF T1IH M\It s.Xurthrrn .
\ I He I tried to get t the hat off his face, but flight; oils, :111,11 wish to i bea'sured 1 of the fact by '1
which is now ;going up. This( building i is2o M::! .\. M.
WK inadvertently flitted to l notice in our can-oil him to make !several' efforts( ,before hecould the returns.: Jud, ,.e Knight replied : "The : i feet I long; by -V feet wide, and two stories Closes ::1IMII': ) >i. ::1'2

last the finding on cr bench( of one of the n'lI1l1vl.lt, and before he could reenter licpuhlican: party\ is organi/edt control this high ('..11'11lIU' bciinr 1 II 1 (feet from t the tloortojheceiling. ,intlrrn Mail-Arrives :CWSO::: r. M. :.''t

mail bags of the ill-fltl steamer 1 IVm CVur., himself he nearly tumbled off the platform :State: the next: four years, :and if t they haven't : There will! !be partitions dividing Closes 1tItt.t.t.:' .'!
the establishment into different roomsnecessary curl 1i.II'r'lill Mull- 1
; i1, Miiriff
lIIull'malll'r wn4 f much dam into the ditch and\ ran twenty !steps before votes! enou.ih. there i is an institution" \
The course: : t''ra well arranged, cotton! tVtory.'Ibis : Arrives Tuesdays and Frl.Ilit) ::! i.rn!::: 1'. st, t'
aged. It was promji- sent Xorth.TIIK he knew where be was or what rl'alwa'\ \pointing to Kcqua's: : building, in orbit the !' 'building, ;: will contain lahty-livt: Closes )10I\1la"11111\11 Thursdays' at Sulk: ) .\. sl.V '

\ n_ the matter. His frantic cllorts to got out of Fiiler.il court was\ 11l'1,1-"whic'h will do the large; windows. I Hevond this is to be ;\ wool .1birHN, fire., 11/-, "

HV /(r/t i .rgLfrm News York arrival the of that engine produced he.irty work for us." flI'ror.Tlli": building\ will be on the !same: Arrives :ilondays. and)Thursdays at MX A. M. .j. '1
way }'Jallof the cotton h factory: different in size, and Fri.ll1II :!..>0 1'. M.
nt her wharf I? pv In. on the 21st, laugh from those who witnessed I t the scone. All who were citizens of Florida, at that t Tuesdays
; it being; :LIN by d.. Then comes: furniture Wedn's'daysandSat'days: at !MK: ) _\. M.I r
was discharged!' of a *y heavy freight, and r 0 time )know how thoroughly and effectually and wairon) shush This btiildingis (be same Closes TuesdaysWi'dnesdays, '

:&; left at 5; 'n. m. ne.\iiy for Jacksonville. C eilluliaai.- that threat was executed. They will easily remember !size of the wool factory L.IMI\ I by I.J. but its .Fridays: and Saturdays:: at :!:."(' r. ;M.

Where will you f findjnitcr I dispatch ? There was a grand i Doniocratiedemonstration ) that sutllcient nuinbir "f Demo construction! being! suited to the manufacture :S.tsu'F.; ItlPUKM.: P. M.mi ;rlUroccrles

i. ', ..._ .. .. of furniture and wagons.:
t hereon Saturday. Everybody: 1 living in erats-ele'etthere, under, summons from thl'Fl'II'I'al --- .- --.. ..
THK Wentrrn\ 7r.raN icd yesterday at t 7 a. of the out -------- 1'rovil.iouti.
this part county came bringing! l ft.
court, in the hand of tlll.r..i', (Co-
.MA HIM:. _.
the foltow! freight 1,111 logs! --
m. with : their wives and\ daughters, and dinners. ----- -- -----
taken fro1lTnllllla..I'I' Jack
cant to "onilleon -
, cedar wood -10 bales tcotton( 107 barrels About half-past twelve o'clock; the lalicsupcne.l I'ort of J-"ud'ml. II. XOYKS: ,
\ the eye 01 the emblingof the legislature ; -
: 'j rosin! 25 barrels of pooos, X:! cases pencil haskits under live-oak
;s their a large and kept\ there until the llepublic.iu : m<.n wmu. rKOCKIi: : AXD: :SHIP; CHANDLEU: :,

\ '- (cedar 1,.UW feet of liner, and n good' passenger and spread the contents on the! ground in minority, thu+ fraudulently\ (0111'1'11',1I"t" :Saturday: Sept.:: \ 'S: 1IlIt I>: .v. M. 01)::;' 1'. M.Sunday. 'f

& ,'-: list! .. that !good old picnic style that never 'tails to a majority, orgmi/.cd: b.ith huts ----1' crowd :Monday, "7. l 1.ill": i 2:1!: !:; "
and bade the
'fuEsteanierIt.lt.",,/, late of :Savannah: give one an appetite, I in instance". VAv.AI.I.XT .
proceeded by content some : Tuesday, IN. .:;,o"I": \! I'roiiNioiis. Liquors" ,

"-J.: passed by on the :20tnst.Lo on her way toJacksonville help I themselvesAfter without a shadow .substance, I for I foundation Wiilnesilay. :L"! 5:17:: II: :: i

her between doing ample justice to the ladies's! Thursday, :W. 4:11": o.o.'J: :: "
to resq trips
t<. ; to remove a sufilcicnt\ number to ;give ::: rou P.. F. AVF.UY A CO.'S PLOWS.!
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offering. If 011 "'. X. Thompson was introduced Friday, 'octtober 1. .Y.'JJ::I: ft I.il":
that city and Palatkahe limit has u large, them iH.Tinanent control.Thin .

's handsome saloon, tick well adapted for l to'tho audience and made a stirring it was that ten yeah ago; the t'nited AKU1VKU.Sept. Ct: Tla: STIIHET: ,

W' "; "excursion parties.I j.; !speech which was a credit to himself and :Mates: District Court was bareficcdly prostituted : :ei'ch.Villiun:' Wilcr, llenter,

constituents.ieneral ft2tf: FKIIXAXDIXA: Ff.JiltS. ..\.
Charleston.Sept. ,
from it" hljh and 1. almost t, saerdl' pars ... .
THK n<"), almost night the Hemade !J! Western' Texas Hine New --- - -- ---
t.:, outrageous every ( Finley was next speaker. to ha"l11I.1 corrupt jMilitical, partisan: :: -; .: ,
r f.; on the south side of pith !street between a strong, unanswerable argununt in Issues York. ,+A\\i tTAIJKi:, .
use". :Sept.: \ :'Ji':!-S. :S." City Point, (t'rt'a"I'rl.'Ilarll''
(' Ash!' and ]each) of pi a character as to behalf ol the Democratic party and candidates
During\ a recent visit to IA.A.V I county I ton.
..' : render !sleep out of t tliuostion, \ by residents ; and Major Russell closed with n grand learnei! that there I is goMl reason to believe :Sept.: 2/-Seii.1.!: :: ,11', I.'wi"lell.l'IHII'lt'1I\ rplIIP.I:)) ST., It -r.1'ESTIE: *: A l..tcu'A, f

in the neighborhood} twelve and one l'l1i'l't-rl'I'Il'1 with truth, force and elo t 1111.
that a similar! mi>n c of the court U con.templated FKP.XAXDIXA: )) FLA.
\\ boll
o'clock, are disgrace!\n' any (community quence.The\ and will be attempted. i.yal.S'cpt.:Srlm3-ch.ltelht. Russell: Port ,

and should receive tt'roiupt attention. of U1til'Iwni interested! and attentive It is slid that just before the approaching\ \ ; :: 1M! I--'I'II.:' \\'illillm,11",11I, Santicr- E\l.Kl: IX rum:

- the city authorities. throughout and when tho speaking was election time} !sjjty; or seventy )DciiKK-nitiu 1"111. Poit Koyal.Sept. .

:';:' -'Imth10-jt active over, quietly dispersed to their homes, ,'..ter'a"aceu-esl and witnesM-*, ui",n the n.t\i.}:n: Choicest I'riiKs. and "t'J"nbh'4! ,
t Ocu wharves ( present an happy milt resolvtsl to leave no stone un \ 1 <-:S.: S, City Point, ( Creaser Charles "1
: business ttppcaranc&here{ arc live large charge of selling liquor without licenses, are (nit.

vessels loading with Wr aI1l1u\\'ut store turned elect our ticket. to be taken to Jacksimvillo and to be kept, Sept. 11-Sch. William II. Jones, Falkenberg. COXFElTIOXKItlKS( : KTC.Hliss' .

ieneral Finley and Major Russell. !startedto New York.
t.Hicol inimenso thereuntil after the elect ion, tlt1.'pr hemof
y at the steamship) quantities Kinds; Ferry Sunday, spoke there! Monday :Sept.\ :M! -S. S. City Point t. Creaser, Charles Garden Seeds, Flowers, Farm and rGarden
their that thus the :
i votes, corrupt Itcpublican -
I" of the above p cts of our county 'l'lw.l11111 returned here in ton. Implements.\ 7 tf .'
are coming in everytho Cotton I Is also 011'I a largo ( l J.'atil'f'llIIay convert a Democratic into :Sept.' :2\\I-S. S. Western Texas, Hinis, New
time for the t train Tuesday, which they took -- --- ------ ---- -
that ether thc promiseis ( U Republican: \ county.The York. .
I I 11111"1'I for Haldwin where they had an appointment ix POUT.\ .\ : *v:: ritnxi,
saM The that
b wis-o man has : thing
1 for a heavy winter .14 very encouraging ) '
M. Hark I'ranri'eFr. 1 1XGI':14
to speak on that day. ( )
has been will be again. Xi one can doubt
-- --- !Hark Imogene (i Ell!:,) ,
T3ltastr the willingm" s and titness of the unprincipled -
Latent Air i CM. !Hark Mentor ((dor.) j) .
,. LVKV R'I contractors for '
1) l leader of the Schooner: :Silas: C, Evans CHOKE
Republican' party resort : ij;
in the
THE )Pan-Presbyterian met ,
('heel crla ound nlllt"the St.; ,
improving! :Schooner: Win. II. Junes
to measure, how ever, base, to I.tth.'m..dn'1
Johns! bar, are oflerii l purchase material Academy of Music, Philadelphia the ZitI any Brig .\root. Groceries, ClgiirN!' tend Tobnc(*os! k k'f.

for their work here nil', rather than im.ul inst.and was opened by a H'rmlllfrom Rev. < once more into place: and low i (r ; Bark duidingStar:: (Dr.)' ,

William M.[ Paxton: of SeYllrk. and it i I.., to !ay the least, i lossfble that we :Schooner: :,' \\'. Holder.Schoomr P
providinl\ it can port, Jlatthevv(
may: sec the attempt made! to repeat infamous : Killlll'r..11. ,
auore.The. TOIMINY and the regular: Democratic or- :S: .hlllt'rII'liza, .

contractors ex to complete the ganisation of Sew York are to have equal history. :re'Itssner.llcxaudcr Harding.ShoonerC. Entertainment", and Picnics
To the )Democrats I say : Til bo forewarned :; .11'. IA-VVI". furnished at the shortest notice at 'k but
Cumberland Sound jy the first of December representation (in Ih.tult.:: Democratic ('onVl'lItinunt rsx -
i is: to be forearmed." I'ternal vigilance ; :sx-biMiier 1,11In."tII.: : : totu prices, at

M next.- --- ,- Saratoga on the joth inst.EXTEXSIVK t. i Is the price of liberty." SchooiHT Win. WiNon.1'iinsenyei'M.. AXOKL'S: HAKKHY,

: preparations, have boon made -- -- Pent re Street,
remains of Maj 'neral 'rtlrh'rtIIC ) A .
23 app old P. O. Building.irTIt1't .
of the -
nt Philadelphia for the reception remains
United States' \ the bteamlilp
anujue on which left bore School ,"0 tiCf'. Per stciimship M'ftteru Ttjna from :\I'Y..rkJ \\' .---.-----
I \Ulster\ 7V.M frouKsonvlllc\ en route of Jcneral Torbert ; :S; Dtnton wife and 1.4111. 1J !' Jlichnrds -
The :School Hoard will hold regular meetings
1.. toe\\' York It will emembored that yesterday morning for :New York on the C'l' Hi.sbi-e. li i 11''rk'f. J Folsom, wife .
in Fernandina the first in
neutral Torbert was anger on the IVm n'entern Ttfti un Friday laughter and! son, Warrock.. K: D I Harnos,
every alternate month commencing Friday FS:, Wallace and wife. Miss Nellie Folxmi\
oJ ,
.\WICKS: from 1.111111011.o'ph'mlll'r: ;
off 4 W. LOIIM.INN'SF.1MuCS:
which lute
(> :, jii'rislutl cyclone the 1st of OUober. and in Callahan on the do-i M I Pliilii, Miss( Nellie Jliistnl.) Mrs .
I our coast and his sply bearing amid\ speak of a serious disturbance in Canton, ti1"othl"'t.I in alternate John :Simonson Mr Holler, Mr and Mrs KA -iA_ .

scenes more appalling, the battlefieldpruttrl China. The Europeans: )have, been threatened every month S-bo|.i-r and! servant. H L (Clark Mr Stone,

him to liarulwtly I u her,. and are in a state .alarm.) The Catholic comuuncing the first :Saturday: in November. Mr( and I Mrs I': U J Ferric W 11 Bind J }' -t"

11I1:0..1'11Im.i boon' attacked :simpson 11 :Simpson: W L Middlcton, M Prepared Flour.
IJy order of the :Stluiol: l Hoard. Flynn\ J"hnl'lark, J I1lak)', I U: (d I Cameron
WK amused rethe ttdvcrtisiinentsof '-
are .. Tin celebration of the capture of Major A 1-egren; Thomas D Smth. 11 Lewis,
land agentsXJ'or lands "be Andre took place at Turrytovvn, :\. Y., on W. .\. M \1I0 t\', W 11 Williams, J Papiiio. J McMullen.Chas ---- .

line of damaging It is :-:npt. School:; *. :Sharer: Frank Johnson and live Fniteil
lothe when thst'ltl in>t. ) :11).0"1"1'1.j .' present. : O I.Y,11: CENTS: PE11 rOeS
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I known that ice has beenn\ tho section :Samuel: J. Tildeii presisl...1. 'I'llllIh- :States seamen. .

, thus advertised us late'tu.h| tho first. It lic and private buildings wore illuminated $'esiiKwluEREalsllt the year 17yatravel. Tin following i is the list consignees by

r, is wrong-to nils-lead! stun jy each Ftato- ing millwright, footsore, and with the I\\I- the'rtern}\ Trt>n from Xew Yerkauburn :
in the evening.TIIK .
fresstl t ; est northern Doric ul'\'n1' 1'11.1'1..1 at :Soho, fi hint A B J taf1T OLD P. BUILDING.
monts. Injurious ulI'tl.lo. occurevery Franklin searching exlvditiuH after \IIY', Heilges.; D _
Still' north | the engine factory of button <.tart., ando [. Valet A d i .\: W I 'f ('". Mrs Clarke., J ,l:
year. any yiFlorida enduring almost incredible hanlshilts--eold ii. I:. OTTIHKK:
>kcd for work. 1H aspett was litter Utter T Ky.ld, Mode ltnas,1'.t Aeosta, J 11 Tress '
of Ihl.lalltl1l1t1uC Indianr," Inlet, Is liable 103 degrees, below the free/ing p"IIII-uh- oott. :John C dialer" :Stret-ty: 15nw, H 1n: tte.r .
of looks and
to their ,'I dts.'Cnkcontractor. bisting on seal skins; and {>crforming a ...1.110:1'Juurlll' than one beggary lmlll1lOf r, Chas W IA'\\ f's, (J W Flow ors & Co, AS'yde11
--- Houlton had bidden hl1lo! < -!>|x.xil to some & Bra A :1t'i1.ncl: J: Friend rEILANDINA, FLORIDA

for the' luliiuiit Jacksonville or 3.2M IItlltlltl11I11.1'.1'11.1..1..1 in other shop, when, as he was turning away Prottor. Perkins .\: honey, M Dierk.....-u, KWaas
finding' and burying; the 111'111'11"1'bomc of A :Sm W A JIlIont"" &: Co AW DESLERIN
HaU..U\.llu\I. arrini |is preiulton suddenly\ called him ) ,
the memliors of that ill-starred cx|>cditioi. I hman., J E:Meddaugh; Moore btu, J
hug to connnonco work y he will do assoon ... back. What kind of a hat's yon ye have K: llammerly, 1'1 Conrtor. Fine Family GroeertesI" .
Ir is rumored that six of the lint ve' '.ely:: "
as the II'xtcw Yoimief gets In, on your head me mon? "It's just timmer. I
of the Russian\ Pacific tsm.idron have biers
J on which he has a hue! of Italian sir." Tiiumer, me mon ; I let's l look at it. Large Stock of Veer Fall Good AXD I

laborers. Our labor her,) unreliablethat onlerod by telegraph to hold themselves in Where did you get 4t"' "I just made it, Just received, at J. A T. KVPD'S. PROYISIOXS.Customers t

the gait, readiness to return to the Mediterranean in sir, my ain 1> .,I'." How did you make it 7" .
Mr. Flowers, and|
an Cx.perieiuitl .. t
the event of the Dulcigno affair taking a so- I lust turned it on the lathe Hut it'sn .1 Great Jlargaln,
railroad man, wk-e to Import 'c1, mon, and the lathe turn things round" )
what h rims turn and a rupture occurring between In llla-k Silks at 73 cents a yard-worth t.
the greater j l\art of need. _\, with I just garM the !lathie: gain all.ilh'r t'
The contract rvpinwtut; to bo altroll1l'lf'tu Russia and Tin key. gait to 'lease me. I'd a lang journey double--at J. A T. Kyi 'B. can I'l'I. ;; CHOICE ,: ,

for Tur late fearful landslide at Hombay, India afore JII,', and I thocht to have a hat to keep} ;' : ):
and ready Ujh J5th of 1 GOODS asNOTHING ) 1, :
the and I hadua' muckle sober :
out water,
whereby IUIIUn'i\ were I.t. is attributed lllack French Cash sat eres
Uewmber next. Two 4najf months s|10.ir'> U1.11 made me ane." Hy his inltonl'1I"Ihalblllh.
lull rain-storm w Inch lasted forty hours From 50 cents a yard, UI\\JfiU\b-toll.-Jditl
in had invented oval
tutu short time 1'al'Coll1l'lh.h' man an g
; DO much work, but we do libt lu being The enormous mass of water! passing down lathe and made his hat and the hat made value at J. A T. KVDD'S.IVJufa BUT THE FINEST: BRANDS (,

into (be town from the surrounding hills, his fortune. ILiulton was not the man to .I ''
done. This road wllllll't'J1lne'aluu. 1<*OMaluahle a help thus the after famous at O Cents.A {
loom-nod a great avalanche of ,earth), which in fctock
"' are bIt ,
and their V
ble lands, gn nlence toe I William MunUvk-the originator of 1
fell the Victoria Hotel, complttcly bus (-a."t' of first'la.s Prints, worth 9 ('eats, .
market will render them jy I aUra..t.ive upon locomotive* and of lighting; by tr*>-took -- }III
: receive. at J. &. T. KYPD*,. -
it. .t just
tying suit and !>t'n'IUhl.'r ILmltoit! Watt. and '
to vegetable gn>wcr ", I K. IIAI'KXIUIIT, tl.tt.EcT !
-. -- -- THK inhabitants: of Docatur, !Philips, n..w-j I in \t i made the first vehicle impelle{ bystean -
I with II \"t'r-I13I1.ls I Public School Notice. ,
in Knglaml.: ail !
The, T ;
\tnttty 1 has! Sheridan{ Sherman, and other counties
and brain-cunning that bad pnlm.vU. the The i-ublic Fools of Nassau county will I \\ *\U: ASP EETAILBFTCIIER ..
Mr. 0. Mark one uthe)11 fOP the in Kansas are in a starving condition. In' lili>nii>r hat," t Woj-eiieil un the first Monday in (Iktobt-r, AND STOCK DEALER, IP"JIOL :

legislature by the late ioUm.noii| (| :Norton county I."$,.> -coplc] are in absolute ji ('X.lot in shoe dbtricthere the ['atrunprvf > ANDDealer '

and now absent at the NorU,*.,, f heard want of food. The wheat crop in all thecomities uthrrn Mnnnfactiirlmj Itemx. I i Tt* commeniie larlit'rPJ.lwJl1u tor in Ire.
uuudt I The cotton factories of IHHcrsburj:, Ya., i teachers' certificates can beexatune l almostanv
the alsve'
decline failed in Jutu- TENNESSEE
1 from CUlIt was are iiupmting rapidly rbrir annual eonsstunption eL,) 'by calling un !the .U| 'rintendont at llEEF.Sl'ECJ.LTY.. ]',

Judge, Hlnton.J, )lakcr 4\' )1\.01. l'Ih..1: up and corn planted, which ha'iI :
lie are \\ulblyl"'ien' ut beylttuu. I seen destroyed: by worms. their auuuoi prxxlucUoa uetug Z2u'mf :;uj.i v f jsthouls. 10-tf FERXAXDINA. FLA,



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