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: October 16, 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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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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' ,,1, _. .\ ';;VOL. n.s. FEHNAND1NA FLA. SATURDAY OOTOBHK I 10, 1880. NO. ll5.a ;.

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On la t there Let nil who look for advantagefrom the Southern Cnnlcntny and I'rntl CuC-
: STATE XEM'S.) 149,831: ;; of lumber 3,11'1,000upl'rfkial( \ feet been very large.-- Thursday "

t-i-: Aggregate, in lumber measurement! fi,83AI'0' were live large steamships in this port, \presence of Xllrt IIl.rn'il'itol"'l be in good t II re.

Alachtin.f feet. These figures! are compiled from the l besides' one hundred sailing\ "l'.dl'--- time in making) their repairs\ and causing (Col. l still: the proprietor' "uf the SotitlirrnFiinnrrs

Brown and X. R. Gruellc, around thl'l110 look fresh and neat.SI. ; J/mO'll, has. olTcred .flKl( f"r work!
? Colonels J. B. statement of Iyer's( Circular for the month HI'''. Mr.( Mulligan's prayer at the openingof \ things : a

Chief Engineer of (the Gainesville\ Ocala and ending 30th tilt I'eimacotii( Gazette. the Garfield and Arthur ('lub. :September\ .I"I// /, HVil'.i/' on Vegetable Gardoning( and! (Fruit Culture

'. 'Charlotte Harbor Railroad, have returned Th'steamer.fnitc! employed for !so' many .JSMh 1SSO : ,,'t' pray Thee, Oh Thou :Supreme ; in the :-ol: 'th." We wish. our \ahied: '' contributor

from the North, where they ]had l \been to he years past in the trade between here turd l God, to protect nnd defend'] these thy LIST 17211'1n.ir.L1 Mr.( Whitner, wOIII.ll'l'arl') the time

,'v put in possession of all the plans nf the compiny New Orh'1hll4! b-i-n purchased' by Miller children and servants, in the good work by M \I'" MCFT1WIS: : TIIKOrtMIOVT Tin: MSTHKT.lion. to omhmly in n treatise his 1\'I'lIrah'lIlIli

,v / : preparatory to commencing the work. & I Henderson[ and leaves here to-day for her clcctingiarlicld and Arthur ; Oh God, we Charles W. Jones' Hon. Wilkinson I r l,1 information on these subjects.\ Such:: a

This will be begun next week, we have: been first trip to St. Marks Hereafter( she! will rupplieat''I'hee\ \ to keep in power the Republican ('all. Hon.I John Gordon and) Hen[ 'f host work is' greatly needed and we hope (Vd.Kstill '.

.Informed' at I'alatka.: The line alreadyur run regularly between New Orleans: Pen"a- party\ of freedom and liberty. Grant: \ \I 1. Norwood, of (Georgia, Hon. John T. Morgan ]; will soon!, be enabled to put -
.veycd will be followed without deviation] cola, St. Marks[ : probably Cedar Key, and, us thy assistance! in the eiaaing'anlpaign; of ,Alabama: : lion. J. .I I. Finley, Hon.George work to press

.1.westward twenty-two miles ; from thence other ports, on the Florida coast. :She; will\ and crown our dr..rt" with 1'011'1'1111'1"\ : 1'. Raney, Hon., I', 1'. Itishop: Major:
The Hull rood (Vi.sr.sWMIIXoTOX ,
*tq Kooky ,Ford, on Loehloosa (Creek slight bring no more freight here, holier, but -On Monday( night the Ith of O October" .\.1. Russrll.i'nptain: C .lex. Clair-Ahrnms( ,
: : October' I li.:!, |IYS1)\ )
deviations! may become necessary.: A :stif'rtficient only passengers. "'1' wish. her success in the ('luh' Dcmoenitico Cnbano de Hancock: Colonel lonis I. l'I'0iingS,1'I Finley, 1-...".,
The in the Florida
; force of local laborers will be put on the coast: : trade., -The :steamer\ Alice, ('apt. and Knglish: 11I1.tnl Amateur Hall eighteen! 11')11.1.1 I.. While, n.I K. "Foster.: lsq; |., John) argument
: the initial work but a largo number' of ('Xpcril'lIl'l'l :Summers; returned In..tatur.lar:: evening new names: were added to the one hundredand ,, K. Hartridgv. Ksq.:: John T. Walker, lisq.: [ before" the Supreme:; (Court 1 hey; in ut

'? hands] we are told.] will be syit out 1'1'011UCIICI, .t ha., for, which place she left lin '.nlle already comprising\ the clot and other distinguished! speakers, will address noon tn-dav., A :great array of counsel' i ispresent. !

to press forward the const ruction with great here on the 17th hist.: She: ; went tip with a The l'lIbuIIIll'llIol'rlll of this i-ity are thinking the! }people of this t congressional,: district \ The court has allow\ Iwelv-
:'- .'{expedition.. Without any :spirit of faultfinding Addresses were made\ .tit1 .'l't'111 hours forrrgttuent.I I : r. :Maury. rtpn-cnt
good freight); and reached Geneva safely on men. at the following times and places: ;
: *** we may cx prl'100mI.: .' disappoint-; thirty-six inches of water :she drawing but gentlemen in :Spmi: :' : :\1I.lul a lalo.llollr the Jasper Monday, October) IS. hug) the Western: Division of the. 11'r"ternNnl'tu

:;r: tacit that work on the road will not begin I tWI'lItlIillXo steamer, we are informed, meeting adjourned! to meet again; on nextMonday Gainesville-; ; Wednesday. ( )October\ )I. ) (Carolina; I'ailroad: opened, and\ \vrfollowed ;

ip v at (Gainesville! \ at the same time the lir-t ,dirt has: ever ascended before with the river solow. : ( night.; -It is scarcely necessary Starkc.:; Thursday) October' :!1. \ by Judge Baker, of Florida, nprescnting .
the Florida Central IhiihrualII.: ( .
t, : is thrown up at Palatka. This certainly On the way up she stopped nt Freeport for this journal to say tiny thing; in regard l to Providence. Friday, October 211.:

would enliven the great, enterprize, quicken l \\Ict'ul1ollgla'ljill( Point Washington: the attack upon :Mr. IIdhHi., \ popularity \ Fernandina: :Saturday: : October. :U.'l.!: Wayne McVeigh); of reiii\-\l\uiiii\ : on behalf "

1 f the impulse of its host: of friend.in: give it. Hear Pen and Pitman's Ferry, reaching C Ge- in this place is too well known, his real ]Palatka, Monday h October\ :! \ of Raker the :an.Dutch) i is still bondholders.\ :speaking.\' ; tllmtwctlulg' (Colonel t

r' their moral awl material :support, and be a nl'1on Friday, the ''ttll: The Alire remained \\'01'lh11.1 merit has: hern too long rceognied ; (Ocnla) Tuesday. Oft .her 21;I. :Stewart; is not present.Tin ) .

strong indorsement: in the IIIIIIH' '-lIIarkd nt the Litter city till the 1 following by our citi/.cns for anything! to. Inaid. : ,I II St. Augustine\ ; Thursday, October -*. ,.

of their great cities. The l1 n'I'lor", who\ look Tuesday: morning, and during) her stay was I that can possibly be, detrimental to his or Green i Cove, Friday, ,,' 111.Jacksonville. !I, : ctry' or COA ('.1111l.: I.

at these points'" of advantage in a practicalway visited by nearly everybody within thirty I the }parties, interest, and then besides: the :Saturday: (October) :30.Sanford ,
a :""itw1': S-.r.Xil| | :: | | | \ 1'111010:' TIIK :on:"
; : October. :30.
will make an effort, we trust, to commence miles of Ol'lIC\'a--.tfmwc. private quarrels bickerings, of two gentlemen I : Satnrd.iv: I ,
I III"WI'al'l'r \nKK: .t rnuti.rsTox sri\M-iiir I 1.I INI.'I'h' 1.
work on the route at Gainesville: in avery should not be made. the subject of a
Iltllshorough.Our 1.1I'I.\'OS"'O\ ir; lU T1IIr. first 1 vessel of tile new and liandsonullect '
For several I days the Ih-inocmt.,
short time.- : controversy.-
daily mail from ( Gainesville Tampa Is the name of the Democratic candidate\ forLiciiteiiantGovernor. of ocean :-ll'nlll..hipol"hil.h: lire destined
weather has: been, cool, windy and rainy.A .- Oram(1e. to run between Charleston and New York!
having but recently gone in operation, when The :St.; Johns' II'etkll -
considerable force the if 'uliiinhlii is building utireenpoint
small; tornado, of L'it't now
I( whirled' the IHlrthl'rIpII'lof the city the great llood I came short i time\ ago, tt wascompelled The last: spike in the track laying of the /./, i'ahilka 1/.'"
across: to suspend till the wnll'ruh..ih'.1: South: Florida Railroad between, III'n'11,1 lift: have the name: of L.Vhnt'r Itethcl, launched on or about the !IlIlh<; instant bythe (

I on Thursday afternoon and prostrated the or Hats built on the streams that required Orlando l was driven last :Monday, and regular the father of :Mr. liethel, instead; of the tnu\ I )builders, :Messrs. John KnglNh: to :Son
colored Baptist Church and very roughly The (,'ily uf ('uliiiitltin/ ; will lie! a wooden, serewsteamer
them in high water. It is now in full operation trains are now running; between' here lIallll''c cannot be too careful to avoid. ;
built the model of tb'stcanl
handled] the residence, of ]Dr. :Scigler; this 1)1'.1) upon
again); We understand. the Northern and the county seals. The \v;>rk of building;; errors. shin' ( 'ihill'[, All'iiit'i(// of the same line, but
the second, time he has been thus greatly ____ ___ ___
ing .I mail has: |been ordered. again on this! line, : depots nt Orlando] Maitlnnd[ \Longwood ami will\ 1'1'' forty feet longer and will have: a

injured inpr'lp'rt'I' have been' told, and in the future, we hope, will meet with Sanford willllo\\' commence ; and there will Tin; I'ins'r inxtocitATiu uv\: freight capacity\ of from ,l.riOti to ;,'lNNl' hale-
by one of the managers: of a city gin-hou, .\ 11 election for city 1 olllccrs of Key Wes! t of cotton. :She; will be fitted out with tin-
no' dilticultit'sle hrs. (indium; it Wilson, be the 'atl'rtutiolls: construct, and workhouses latest' and most t improved machinery I b,
that the lone-l'olton crop of this county iishaft.Sin. the contractors, are worthy men, and l have anil engine-house to build and tin1construction took\ \place on lust Monday, I ho llth. not John' Roach: of (Chester\ Pa.; will have com>

put on a regular line of hacks: sufficient to of a wharf eight hundred, feet \parties bad l I tickets in the 111,1.1,1111,1, we art \pu0d'uginrs of the same she and inndefas !
Bradford. happy: to learn that t the I Democrats! secured those I "i' the steamer !:1.; (iaiiuliof tilt-
carry all the mails and passengers.' The railroad long at Ibis l.n.loi' the line. :More cars an1 \
Simon Moody, the negro who killed :Mr.[ will be by the following New York and Galvcston; : Line ; six boiler"owl
: will soon be completed,) from' Orange rapidly being put on the track, and another gloriousiclory, as tbe usual hoisting engines and. pumps,
Bethea convicted Wednesday -
}Redding was on Lake'to Ocala, awl the hack line will then engine will shortly he here from the North ) dispatch : and 1 will be schooner-rigged.( :She; N. guaranteed -
last in Bradford circuit court of murder I.W. Fi.\. October' 11 ISM), make the between New York
stop at Ocala and shorten the distance, and The road will soon be' in thorough wnrkhhorder ; :o'r, to passage
in the second, degree, and sentenced. to the ll'in. .",'. I'nminDemocratic and Charleston inside, of forty-eight hours
a large travel from Ocala( ) to Tampa will and it will undoubtedly do a largebusiness. '
State's prison! fur life. His counsel declines I ) : city 1 I ticket cleclcd,I by one hundred and will run in close connection with the
come through on this route, which will The event of its completion' to and) hilly Majority: magnificent palace steamer the .S'. ,/oA/i.t, of
: moving for a new trial or taking an appeal. come through portion of the finest country Orlando) was celebrated' thereon Monday[ bya \V.\ II. MM.ONKY, Jr. the (Charleston aunt Florida Line. :-:111': willhll'l'
Two other negroes, Britton Minis( and John accommodations: for one "1I11.n'Ia.! "
in the State.-A dishonest politician! isa free dinner, speeches! etc l, but having beenmUoiformuil
(livens plead, guilty to stealing cotton, and sengers: : and the saloons' are to b.- fitted up
.. tlL KVT1 OX _"Ill'S,
t struuh 'in tutu 1 tuuitrlU of ">w'ry hnm stinnnand < n" to the thill'l .. .. iiil! Hot late; < in the most. luxurious! and\ npprovcd\ man
were fined twenty-live dollars each. Conover will find this fact out ere another the plcasurcuf being present--Mr.: ( II. S, We do nut ilivm K iH-ccssary: to blirdelourcoliimns ner. All I lie latest improvements\ In-
.. .
t-* 1 The fact that Hradford is a very strong month rolls roimd. for we do know Kedney, who came in fl'u1Ilaitlall.1 Tuesday with the! incomplcto dctililsof round'I in her \passenger! department.\ Tin-
]Denioeraticcounty makes! the followlllg gCIIt. the October elections. In Ohio) the Rcpuhli new steamer will also I be provided i l with the
in the }
t there are many: innest'RepnblichaY: evening, brought the first intclligenceolthe
t. J1. natural We ttlt'grand ; electric light, and will be construetcd CSIHJ-'
perfectly : ,
(presentment 1 State who will not give him their !support, tragic); death of \l[r. 1 I. 1'q: Webster l who can ticket is claimed to be elected 1\. a majority dally with a view to the passenger Inifliu.

jurors for :said, State and county, beg' and we cannot see how any Democrat) Paul lived some t WOlllill.s this side of Maitland[ of iHOoo, and a gain of four to six: while( her freight: capacity will not Itl'III'):
)leave to make this our general presentment: members of ledTill'\ (';t'l C'lilnnililii' will lie commanded
support him, when the best and most intellectual It seems that at about 12 I o'clock noon on congress.In ;
We congratulate the people of the State of by (Captain Woodhull, the \present
Indiana., : the Republican: state ticket Is
men of the Republican party repudiate Tuesday) r. Websterdcsccndcd) into his well \ experienced: and popular\ commander of the
Florida and of the gotnl county of Bradford him.-:Simon; 15. Conover, when he for the purpose oft-leaning, it out. Thc't'lIrh- claimed as elected by LIMN to r iINIO,t < and again CityIf AH'intn, which 1I vessel: will In-

that after the completion of our labors at made. his .speech here, if it may( be called a hug was supposed( to be good, having been' of two members, uf congress) one front turned over to the command Captain\ RW. h
the present term of the said court, we find and from the Demo) .Ixickwood, who at present commands
speech at all, did not say one word in favor put in only four years: ago.; The well was the (in.t'IIJ.ll'kt'rt: one '
the t'tiinlfftiiH. Ther""t" will I be withdrawn
condition and "
our county in a prosperous of the election Garfield and, Arthur, the thirty feet deep) with seven feet of water in cruts. The districts claimed! by the Repub\ from the line for a time nndlicidn, *

t the people generally disj oscl to l peace and I Presidential candidates! nor did he say a iI. The curbing, however, was rotten, and limns are the First, :Sixth; :Seventh, l Kighth, reserve hi"''iii. Till new steamer; I I" *vN>rUttto

harmony, and almost universally inclinedto word in favor of the election of Witherspoon gave way, letting the heavy muss: of sand Ninth Tenth} Kh-venth: and I Thirteenth.In make her1rst/ trip to Charleston about

vote the Democratic ticket. who-wn.s nominated us lie which West Virginia: the Democratic' ticket i i" Christ mas.HON. .
as fairly cave in upon\ the unfortunate man, ,

W. F. HUNT, Foreman.Jfuval. was, and) who, notwithstanding he is! a colored ). no doubt, forced l him to the bottom of the elected by 1 l.",INHI) ) majority.Settler. RoiiKitr: WINTIIUOI-, in u Idler to.

man, has a better intellect and is a \\,1111I111 suffocated: him in U moment.' "'0 the fold, written to say that the use of his
THE FEKXANMNA:, it JACKSONVILLE RVIL- much better man than he is in every way.TiiiaiKt ,- have no further particulars, only that at a it XI'IL' *. name: as Viec-1'rcsideiit of the Dcniocrutib-
Mr. Rd'-t"t : hi the pr'ttyc4)mplinu'ut yoi meeting In Funeuil Hall was nnaiitborUcd. ,
It/HII-The schooner Lizzie Titus is now discharging Guardian. late hour Tuesday evening his body, hail: not
l'Uiolllll' and in the genial welcome you extended comes out as! an independent voter of the
iron here for thii road. and the T. ,
; Jefferson. been recovered. :Mr[ Webster had, been aresident first class.! The tone ot this (letter is admir(
If. Lii'tngntoit will soon be here with another According to a correspondent of the of that section for U number of I to III)' party, under the above binding able. J HcopposcH[ that seclionaliHin which arrays

All the etc. already in your last i issue! several mistaken occurred a soli.l North against u 1'01i,1.Ulll:; and
cargo.' fastenings, spikes, are J'otriot, G l. Washington "'itllt'I'HIOn} the years, and, his uutinu-ly death will bo 1, deeplyregretted
in the names.! I have now a correctlist believes that tho ncgroi-s would more rapidly
on the ground, one more cargo Republican candidate for congress' threw by all who 1.:111'\\111111: He leaves : with other items which'\ may he of soiiuinterest. I attain all their rights/. the i pressure' of usolid
of rails is needed I, and that will shortly General I.edwith and Judge Knight completely a wife, who will receive the sympathy: of a North were taki-n oil' from the South
in the West I 'llml, I IIi
;v.. be in Fcrnandina. An engine will arrive at in the "shade, at the Radical) meeting largo circle of friend) -tmth r// rid., Journal In my travels! em :States: and ho propose to vote for the
manifested Mouth-
Fernandina from the Grant Ixteomotive good dea! of interest r|">se of breaking 111'| that sectiunulisiuIcswaks
I heM there on the 1st instant, according to i II
thu well of President Hayes[ anil tit'
With ,
ward. proper management on |
im and of
the nth t.
Works a shipment
V by > the correspondent! he delivered "one of those Florida ii not considered) I a lawless State of those Interested in immigration amia dares that he foresees no danger III the sue- .
I ,
+ flat cars from the Ohio Fall! Works JefI rII orations that rivets thought." "lIt!it a gentleman it has not that 1 stigma i to contend I with i I ; but part solution of the political questions cess of t the Deiuocrutic I party. He[ clotM-i
/ ( son! Indiana, will reach here this month. quiet with the remark ; "In my opinionthen-;
The equipments of the road will refined and docile, fasts"t.l i rare through; {political writers the idea has hwii now pending l then could be an immense bus never been a moment since the war

be passenger the celebrated Jackson it : talents: in fact an inexhaustible reservoir of kept} before the country that it is a very /How of first law immigration secured this ended when it would have been safer t<> in
:>? from Sharp knowledge.' He speaks in thunder tones, stronghold of |litical animosity and intimidation trn-t tbe government to such a man:>l Gen
Company, Wilmington, Delaware, and I winter. Iiunc I , 1 Mr.
$. and the 1'tttriufi correspondent} says ') There are thousands of Northern I is correct list, of the
Tim following u party: ,
will be first-class in every respect, the furniture boii principles' as bnnul M.S
M E Kastlake Witherspoon is-doubtless! a most wonderful \people living In Florida who mill henfor I Andrew Knight and wife.Dr. the constitiitlon I and I us! comprehensive .
t of the to be in the .
cars path'rn.Buth
man ; he is the Marynut: Aji) "tll engine and passenger cars will be fattedwith I. less is not 'lIlIclu"lvcLut take it that
1.I we
people, "burn to do much gin*!. never think that they are ill-trcud-d or Henry Scjdagel.
the Westinghouso! air-brake In a few (Charlie Knight.'hiss )tr. Winthrop means to vote for Hancock.:
Well, poor edwith, poor} Knight, cut a shunned by Southern people.} In I ':lIt theyare I Jennie :itichard.Mi I
the of is settled the
days right ,
way poor figure along side. of this Magnus \1'- always welcome, and, in spite of I Ibeloudnoise 1 .tf Ella: Knight.Mrs. School ,"0111'.

; :r., company will commence in this city a dock palla, whatever kind of a 1'isus itulurx that of the political contest, it matters more Ann Watts. 'I'heStbo.il. Board will hold regular, inert

and warehouses. The work of grading the may be. But soberly, why should the 1'a- to the native |>eople of Florida wlu-tllI'rtlll.'ir' Miss May Watts.Jamex hugs in Ft-rnandina on the first Friday ifU i
road, etc., lias been going steadily on, even A. Adams.
trlU Lake fun at r oor Withersjioon the State is! settled with more of these jn-ople 'has. A. IlauunoudOw. \. every alternate month, commencing Friday
the late eriod the labor liasbeen
during wet i> as colored brother who cant come down ultho than whether Hancock or Gurfield shall IIC l 1.oI.vcal'e.! the 1st of October! und In Cullahitn on thefirst '

employed upon the highest taints he is .. duciJe:. our next l'rliJt'lIt-.f//h. Citizen.St.John ('has. 'l'hoiuias.1'huer'leyl Saturday in every alternate munth;
along the line-Sun and /'UIf6. Monroe. : lurran.Juurdau .
commencing the first Satunlay in VovntMr.
1.. ; t Messrs. Chase A Thompson, of this city The Key West Demurral of the Cth publishes *. I Arnold.) .

% have just finished building a stern-wheel : an able editorial article in the Spanish October ojiencd[ well for our county. Sheriff All Jloltzmt-r.of Halem, Indiana.Dr. By order of the School! Board.

\, steamboat (or Messrs. Tyson &: Smith which language, giving, in a clear and succinct Pai-etli reported{ that the jail w empty, I I Mr. Win. !Roddy.Mr. W. A. MA nosier.Hupt. .

ill to be that firm freight boat convicted at the fall term of GabU-rt.
run by as a manner, its" reasons for supjiorting' Hancock two prisoner ,I Toby Nclunfat. .
between Jacksonville and San(ord. She is! : and English In the conclusion of the article court having bet'1it-tit up/ to Major\ Wysf' Of Rloomingtiiii, Indiana. -

i 110 feet long with twenty-four feet beam. I the Vemitcrat refers! very ointcdly to the : 1 camp. Tliis speaks well for our city mid', There/ was: ul-su ut the same time twentysix l"o t-Office Notice.

[The launching will take place to-day at the unfriendly sayings of General Grant respecting county as community of law-ubadiag dti-j intending; mtth-rs from New Albany Office lluurt Fn>m HW; A. M. to b.1.W' p.....

(boatyard, just west of Alsop it Clark's the Cubans the op|'osition of (;General zens: Can any other county in the :State: ,,Indiana, who g. tn Delvind, on the !;t.I Money Orders und Itt'l( ltter *! lltrr truest

[mill, at o'clock p. in. A young ]lady will Garfield to measures for their recognition, bhuw an "IIuallt'rt'tlitaIJle. recur.Toetarpcaters I I Johns river. I cannot give their names, M.OKA.( M. to 1:1N: P. M, ; and from 2..4Nr, *:
} I I of the m'lot InU-lli- o3K: :: p. M. Sunday from 10iW to I t:31) At
I but all of the
break the cUJo'tomarbottle of wine over her and the deception practiced upon them by <, masons! and painters w-ciu to U !. arty are
M. und 3::f1/ tutlJ;: r. M.
I bows, and announce her name as she enters I leading lU-publicans. The article closes as in better frame of mind than for Hume time gent induitriouii and well-to-do class of the .
/ AKKIVAL Ain HKI\KTfKK: or lilt MiitiC.Yurtberu
!' .. [the water.The fine large .,i.I .wLc'd follows : "Ai pues, como midadano i Americanos IntH'e| notice not a few of them busily! : communities frml'h'nce they come. I l-\rrlvt'tl daily nt It')"&. r.

y CroJu; tug Athlete, which Itas been run by y como Cubanos tenemoa que defender engaged; in retiring; holasefences, 'tc'.ulIIl j jin Allow me here to n-xat| the welcome you I I (Hi,wiit JlIO'r; ..

'' JdeNInl, Fox it Hums fur several years on the en vista! de las lech"8 epuetos la erecting new one With the advent of have already extended to them "'e w'1 & ..tlker/ Mait-Arrlvvtt *. :sn:; r. r.

and Amelia rivers arrived in the look and the' color with great pleasure these new comers Clones II> (N) A. r.
*, 8t. Marys candidature de Hancock e. English.-: cooler weather things mans( up
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.1/,1'1 Trwlrr'i IllU }!- ? city: yesterday. We are informed that she William\ H. Gleason has come down to look :-ity assume u more active al'l|>('8ral I'('. The I< who belong to the intelligent and rajYtableelaisof I Tuentlayii and Fridays 't2CloMM ;.11 r. r.

hi been purchased by Captain Joe Parsons, after the vote of Dade county. These visits season of cool weather tut-HIM to have begun ,, wttierswhu give fhanu-ter and ( Momtayn ami Thursday* .it $iIA.r .

\\ot this place, and will hereafter run in these always occur a few months prior to i-U-c-tion. i .little earlier north which may indicate an j I strength to our .State.:! Whatever may have .St. J/.tru'l, /;,|., )/ !* -

.liters for the present as a tow boat.- L'n'mu.Eifcambla. we give our Dale friends warning to keep I early winter. If so, we may look fir an 'I II Iou their i->litii-al afllliations in Indiana Arrives" Tiit-s.laya Mondays and and I Thuntdavs Fridays at lit Ii&%.11)fl 4.r. ...

in eye on this hungry bird of prey..tlliator earlier influx of ichors than usual. With we (l'l'llluitr! eontldent that they will unite "'l'Ilu'.laYlluutll'l11'tJJ"' I1ttW., ..

[The exports of hewn timber from the portTot ; ]>ears were selling on the strct-t! last I heir return, our wtivity inm-a***. and evey > with other g<..id citi/eim/ of the State hi promoting Clone TuiwLiyVe>InixL4>'",

Pensacola during the month of Septem- j uturday for ten rents a dozen.Our iru- I tiling; hf-comen more pr.crouIndica- its bi*?t interests." Frilaysau'Saturdays'I at tJttr.tr::' :
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'7 "betwere1T,5.O i cubic fit ; of sawn timber Il10rU and export fur the last week have I ion* would point to a oh'asl.\ winter season


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I lJ1W-.J'I.Y; (;; .I; : Cia: )::: k a his: perversities' .y----a, arid Lis motLcr's; calm gray You are mad or wore,"' cried Mr. Armstrong 1 Le-lictfor' oil in everything- but moiicyif' she \,1,11.1h'lI.. h\l.krl, ;; she etmnotll"1! wa.11'i' I

eyes-flame! with indignation at his follies, furiously "If you marry that; girl took him rather than the young squire, for her heal nn(1 Mi. savagciy" that: t for wry I
I : }ljut'-lie; stood by 'Ids: iniquities! manfully: you wil break your nu '!heart!" whom she was not fit." gripped her) nlJhil I ; Ih(' lll1lllnth'l1r
The 1 land I was still ; the skkp' were gray with and they had to accept them if they acceptedhim. my' mother wlll'UTl fo love her!' Ho set1, his face like I rock nguinst the she fUl' her 1 ifrumok ''1 .1 I 'I ;tl'.
weeping; He was a cross nod they hill not deny said. JII1'ih! tll'll.roiel.of infatuation. match, LutLat could ho do? Debby was which wa to !1\'l' hall n11Uteul;' I'I I the
Into the soft Lrown earth the seed she that fact to themselves' or to otherNever- I\'c to for giving her of age and mist t marry with whom she had ]\trait I tittle the !tol'l "{' of 1(' 11111 nllll
cast: ; theless he was their !Ol.1.1 Lad, as hew such jj i ,Iauglll.r I mind. lie would. o'nly forbid nil intercourse '13'il;clouds: 'I gl 11 thlc: \hcither
Oh soon, she (cried will come the time of !! he was not hlll, through Outride Is this folly I or insolence?" asked hit with the young squire; by letter o byword 1)1'1 1.t'l.l ''if,I his.I I', k.11:1 l', hut went
reaping, his llrindpl'le\'l'II'o:1: e the mark they father, nt him curiou.\( '. of mouth alike while she was 1111c.r ",\'k' lion 10\ g and't that I .
The golden time when clouds and tears' thlu tl'l It I 11 0 coin'us"innhewas X.illl.r lookllj.IIJ:1 answered,'meeting that Lis roof, mind fir" time rest t Il war 85 powerless i I ;,\, I thc little hut IrranI} pnsovcr.Ihl l'ooil: : J
arc past t a nice creature enough for Ids lost t I !searching one ns candid as a ,, n.s the great folks nt thl.IHI it! kind kind from the bottom :. and love" Le said, hi and 1 to and. fuel put I .
Therecame a whisper through the autumn Till'\despised ll. child's. It is truth to .llal l.l.1 \\rl "up-ln a bed I w"as arranged
of hearts! could not Late. with the und were fair-I to last her for mule
haze thii hit Hugh Armstrong Ilrll'IIwa\ /I !squire UII lady, !they I the ehinuieY.
Yea, thou shall find it after many days." him Lanish, him 11'1"1 their presenceas impatient exehuumu loved 'his minded people they confessed. that tIC Lad: 1 the t I 1 curlier Ie left 11l'lr to starve', amid she
Clarence hut Julia his him nnd that he little chic W'I' nut then to
\ Armstrong, Hlgh''lIllgI'r better, was I no cns against w slue only to
Wil'--I0111 Ilcl No svat
Hour after Lour she marks the fitful gl'lulI'ill' brother, wished and IIhi l" She was equal in birth, i tl be' Llamcd{d alll much to Le, pitied as was nut, tn be t"rl ul'lt truth, it:t very:
i g The next nf kin 1111 heir to tLc estate, Ii Ilclllltl.. ami {'IIJliol. There themselves. They took his word for it that I 1,1, l.'tl'll-lllllf.} In }{t't I wins
Of sunlight stealing through the cloudy failing .UliMI. was ('InrI 11'1', who cherishedthe were no loose timbers in \ rimoaia} Le would keep DoLby loH'.I\lt thy did safe security Wlf! (time : but: were
lift ; 110lt prnf'Jlllllli"likl' for this unworthy ship to threaten foundering or to creak un not dismiss I.il from ., U!at first ItoW" and Shutters ( lfl I t theta I '
Hour after hour she lingers idly dreaming, twig of the brave old tree. Yet even with pleasantly. Hit this affair of Julian's: wasa they bought I they would have Iiole. Whenthey fastened so that no light I came chicks. ]fixed )in
To see the rain f.ll1l1nll the dead; leaves him it was not personal so much n' social- very different kind of This wasunsoiind thought more calmly of it they considered save in narrow slits turd I fastened t o
thilg and
) drift ; less! because of the boy as nn ilII'iluallhl11 throughout, -not I that did it would. hcbetterpilky, tokccphimon. ( the wall was a huge staple, man w,ho
Oh I for some small green sign of life, !thol'ra's because of that famil'rhh' not creak not a square inch that did not They would 111\1 him Ilojc under their the staple was: an iron chain .T"I! buckled a

ence, worshiped, and he, Julian, discarded. portend foundering. own eye as itnrl', and would know ]Deb hint, poor Debby in (1,1t\ waist,
Have I not watched and waited 11II1n)' The good management of the estate and, the Trth and love!rubbish !" !said Hugh by's Immune\ of life and movements. To nil of strong leather belt rol\1 Urn
tc days ?" good name of the Armstrongs were the central ('01 tl11"lloU"I'III lnlt me," Toe which: Clarence gave his assent, ever revolving fastened, this: to the iron about chain ;the fireplace

I JoiutOf c i tl'l'l.to Clarence, and knowing thl'l (' turning and scakingtI11mis {, his: plan in his own mind, but taking tether enough to move fowl I and!
At early: morning, chilled and sad, she as he did that both would be lost in son with hardness! II erII'Iji"IIII no one at the hull into flit confidence as to so that she could prepare her to
hearkens Julian's hand?, his one 111irl was to dispossess impatience' all in one. "If you marry what that 1,101 was. up the lire, but not allowing her She keel
To stormy winds that through the poplars: tho recreant heir that things shouldbe girl\ you may live as you will or as 'Oll'all.J Ole day. not long after Julian's departure, either the wiHtn\ or the door.wild: animal,
+ blow: administered with all regard, to the fetishof cannot: prevent your (coming into the estate Jame Scrambler received 1 letter, telling diained up ,: like a t1
Farover hill and plain the heaven darkens old tradition He would keep up the but while I am alive not;one sixpenceshall him that IU old uncle of his, WIll l'cilt nnunpronounceaLle and she might shriek until she Ill ;;; no
Her field is covered with shroud of into tlie thing save the birds. nod. thllooranc ,
.IS : a honor of the house which his nephew would : find its way from my pocket place sonicw living :
snow ; destroy; he would, root out all\ those per )'0111' .' heart of, the Welsh mountains, had I died and beasts! would hear her. It was 1 boll and al it
Ah, Lord I !she sighs, arc these thy lovingwa"4 l\iou'docrill'l wliich simply! inllamed the "That' will hl"o! much to the good of my left him his farm nnd that he was to go' to play: ', but, I was an effectual( : all
? I11t whill, if lot checked, wlll,1tCllt lori nature, was the answer of till incor I d'I\\1 nt Oll'e ail take l"I>sessiun. Surely it accomplished! with the nicest t precision _
He answers: "Spake: I not of many days?" England the deuce-amid' .ulal rigible. "I !"hallllrn a man's duties before was Providence, ho said, to himself with that it was: intended to doilhthelirst!
would plant, foster and ; mo, and husband's responsibilities. tlllI"fllllc.1 joy. It was the way streaks of dawn the masked' man, jlnllh one .
The !snnw' -drop }blooms ; the l'url'll'"lol't would leach the base Ilnri"J Ill'l ." UIC Olt ., hil by Heaven i.dfto take last look round I to see that all : it '
'l'\1 11' Ill'IIIU'1 sta
glistensOn hl'tWl'l'1 thl'l awl the gentry'' II,1 "Julian, Low canyon Le so insane; sowicked him nil I his out of danger and should be-taking 1 final survey of! the .
banks of moss that take the sparkling would. mix up everything into one abominnblo :?" cried his Ilollu.r, If anything she that hud become almost intolerably Ioliiol ''ie-gilding a Jlalul' at the. chain, nodded then
!showers' ; hodgepodge, where Jack would be us va4 even more disgusted than his fathcrand to Lim. I'roiid and upright, it was a terrible his bend. to ]111hy of o.hl'l.
Half-cheered! linlf doubting yet, she strays! good ns Lis! master, mind Joan; would rank took the disgrace nnd shame of the whole thing for l.l to be the father of the ir left the hut, pulling, the door hehld him
and listensTo witllll'r lady Thus it came to Le a matter to hl'lrt whom the young squire fancied, and to and locking it from the outside.. ,
finches singing to the shy young" dowers { 11111 death to him that his thilJ 1111 11'f'not ,10IH': and, I am lot wicked in some measure responsible for nil the grid "Trapped clcveriy-and effectually," he ,
; I'hnullll prevented from ever (' 'Illhe\ in my love for Deborah1 said Julian sacrificing and perplexity! that had: {'omeun his must. enat said aloud to lal"lClh 1 grim smile! as .'
A little longer: !still' his love delays li Clarence did not so much to the genius! I of the moment the hall through that fancy for has gil' he took off turned his cold) ,
The promised hll'ing-Itllfl'r! many days quite l'l how this \\1'to be done; hit time, as togivo hi.l.dO\'I")1. wholi'sonorous! ('. He was glad of this order of release, and huhding cruel face to the light. "Now the family; :: .
n good I cause and I a strong t will, work marvels ; lll' is Illh' ; !! magnificent, and hn- DelNiruL mind thc Louse nod keep indoors honor is saved' amid I no erilmte committed.Naturally .
Oh, happy! world 1 she cries, the sun i Is shining nod he trusted to these! three as lo the fates lan: wllth I higher thing than; mere caste during leis thH'I'l'lll' set off for this there wits, terrible! CII\0OI!!
who would nil and with the unpronounceable name to 1
straight, und fashion. place Theundergamckcepcr.
put IInnllo\ I
the J.irrllo 111"C\\'crl"
Above the soil t sec the springing given ; Ill, the I threadthat I was now 1ulhI "Hugh ho must. be, mad !" repeated ins take up his: i inheritance I ( and prepare for n Whl'l Joe 0 W:1 passing the
could his word without Wibol ,:
I not trust : repining, 111 101"11 rand I running i through t theclear mother, looking nt her son with a compassionate new file which would, ho hoiicd' set allllm. the next saw the gate and
I could wait for morning
not 11I11I'.II'l' things unseen
f Armstrong web. Hutthefallll'ullllolllr, kind of suspicion breaking through culties at rest It was a wild UltU111 I ; the door both 111nll went in to find tl :
; while- the her indignation."Mad when James Scaniblcr left his borne, and '
deeply deploring (
always strange No
Lird flown. '
Forgive me, Lord, my soul I is full of praise ; twist that hall hll'l given to (their hay ever or not, if this thing goes. on ho Idlllilr! the first t tlC in her life, felt nest doubt cold but and that the she had to : :I'Julianin :
My doubting l heart prolonged thy "many refused send. abroad under banished home"said his l father ( J"1
to him surveillance (- must bo 11'111 I"II"IH' wili r.I\'IIIJII London, nnd,l the most positive of all was
days and in disgrace, Clarence' the trees nnd' the rain in torrents on
a* so constuntly sternly poured To hear him one might have believed .
-SundayTIIK .1ln! t.iur.; suggested. bo, returned Julian the roof but she fastened the door ns
It was their own, II.h'OU "I shall grieved, ; ; w.1 that he haul taken her ticket at the
tlicir heir, their Lut I must wait in hope, and possess my us she was able-they were honest folks nail heard of her arrival at ,
JIUT OX THE MOOIt.BY one truly, hut still r'lr"ll'lItalln'-a, 11"111 soul in patience You wi do me I and her these parts and fastenings Wl'T' not very railway the I terminus I'tatiol: he was so sure of the whole ::':;

they did not love him as they \\', I\ justice in the l'II""L'I'l I'ol''lrl'111.1 then sho went upstairs' maul, 11 matter. The thing was as plain as: the traditional : ,
done hUt his tllI'4! bl'1 more Congenial to the rlOl, sir," thundered his IITH..111.! she was, laid herself on her to him, .
R: I.YN.N I.INTOX. pikestutl'according :
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their tastes: they not fuil.'llt to I lose father. Your insolence, your pedantry fveliuigsiithow more at home in her own other solution of the mystery was possible. .
him ; and though young :, 'larcnee'seldest : : m'l'llt"h'rlll, Leave this room 11\\ I little room than she did down' in the larger, I Hugh' Armstrong and I his: wife took the same ill :
No one knew how it could Lave happened; son, bore the family 1:11 and was an will give you till to-morrow morning; to darker kitchen below. the could not Flap and agreed with their brother ; but
but there it was. Nature had made a blunder Armstrong every inch of' him, !''Ili Lo was! know whether: you will have to I leave the How that wind howled and rourl'll I I was: : James Scambler cume home he shook '

tripped over her own boundaries, broken only I Ilpht'W-IUII Julianvmis I (hill of house as wdr" like a heavy weight "rcl.ilJ against the his Whl'l bend and said I he could scarce credit it !':
The heir of the Armstrong their be for, hard walls nndsccnicd if have rri11
her own 1.\wlI. great love. Wherefore they kept at vol wi sorry your us ( of his girh was in it so
family of Holme Wood might have homo and contented themselves: with rating ness.: You do know what an angel of the little house dean away. Sbe felt as if unlike! }her-she Thl'T'who had something never been other
been changeIng: for all the likeness: : to his him soundly when things went worse than goodness! you lire rl-l'l.til ," said Julian everything must bo swept off like so much than careful and thoughtful, obedient I i
progenitors traceable in mind or features ; usual with )him mind he was more than ordinary gently ; but ho) til' command; and dust t'UII dlill while the rain threatened to sincere that he was forced to think' twice ali, "
and had he been born couple of centuriesago : absurd ; but such as be was they put withdrew, leaving: his handsome alt swamp the will.IIlt standing. Hetweeii he said I', ho condemned once ; but us 1"\\'1
I. hIs!:! want of direct resemblance would up with him ns well as they ruuldti all unhappy parents! in despair' at this untoward the two, wi l tl 'I'IH' of }loneliness he had no before other hypothesis' to offer, his mere
have certainly cost more than one life on the that he yeas their cross event, and without much hope that and her sorrow 1IIIt.ltiulI. sho was wretch'cal Moreover, the .1
plea of witchcraft and diabolical transposition. So the tlm11'111\ Julian went to cols their wrllJ-hl'1111'I son would see the errors enough, 1011 twl'd DcLby ScamLIer, circumstances negation went fll nothing.his own absence told ".,

HugL[ Artlrttrnnghis fathcrand the logo, degree, but in nowise : IHl, seeing! would amendthem. WIIOI' V >in her hl'alt1! and tears, against Julian and Debby. For when! he ;
Lead of the family, wns! a tall, hearty, florid, one of such brilliancy: as atoned for his of which she was a.-bamed, but which sbe that in the '
to oddly-spelt place
magtlificent- { fox-humter, with the failure in caste-righteousness nnd family If t they were outraged, what was Clarence? could not repress, (flowed over her fair checkson I got) of the Welsh mountains he found his: '
frame of an athlete rued the head of a prizelighter duty Had he carried off nil the honors HU inilignutio" "gainst ]his nepbou- went to tliu pillow "'.li. Honr lonely 1C till uncle J.nt alive und lu with
; and Julia, his mother, as tall, as they wlull have Torgheu sonic of his follies far beyond thlTI'hit love fl'l short ; al.tha.1 was What I terrifying night I How much of bequeathing farm nrfy or ,fold for no iltl'ntol ti4
hearty, as florid and as magnificent as! her hut the truth was: the young fellow was there Ilt Illl'l the J.allwi in the distance She wished. that father / lot gone away while twenty hud written years
I husband, was like a white-armed and deep- more If adreamcrthan I mmsvirker-an enthusiast he would have put to that disturbed and that be was (Ihl'rl in his: own room, withjust to come ;whatever no neighbor to those t
breasted, Juno in hat and habit, with the for ideas rather than a" seeker after and disturbing head. with no more the little passage between his strength al'Il'ttl'r summoning the
and the at foot of that which
flush! of the northern breeze on her comely facts-and be ('ur'llllrc to spout at the debating l'OII"ldill than he would have killed 1 und her desire for protection! parts(had him name unknown Lereaway.And .
cheeks and the gray of the northern skies in climb mind lay down the law on all debatable hcn-roost or I canker-worm ut Hark what is: that ?
her calm fixed eyes. They were the hand. social points! than sit in his own the root of u sapling oak. Through the l howling of the wind and the if that did notook like' a p1\I'd thing
.soment couple In the county, and the most room and master thelilkuliCofthr'k .He Is (Insane, and ho must:, be put into alunatic splashing of the rain Debby heard the garden to get him out ) : like ? ,
}popular. He was master of the hunt, she was: aorist and thellifcn'ltial/'nl'uhl'l. XlW asylumii'saiul Clarence. .You owe gate clink and, swing; and then a heavy step No; the whole affair was! 1 plan from beginning -
mistress! of society and the foremost patroness: i this was Armstrong who it to yourselves: to our family und our past, came up the little paved enclosure that led to end-a 8tnltajl'l of the youngSquire's
of all the local charities ; he Ictthc hall ago held unsound views on the game laws: the not to allow such a disgrace as this to stultify from the gate to the front door; and then to get Dl'Ib off the boar
lug among men, and, she kept it in the right land laws and the rights! u of lan, all who our whole history. He must he confined she heard: that front door tried, soon to be so that he might carry fell off Debby herselfin
Hut to the
line with the women ; he was the ideal of Lad not made a skyrocket of himself at ('01.h.gl' close--we Lave case enough for a certificate. burst in with a sounding crash of broken safety. JTun.tIOOIl'r
iron and shattered timber while the wind or later, and by means of the
an English country gentleman and she wa.'Itho was an infliction almost past endurance ,
ideal of that English: : :, country g'ntlemuu' ; hut worse remains behind, and t that ]Hut the father and mother, though they tore in like I tr1 of demons und shook the lawyer \rmstronW found in time that
wife. They were }people who enjoyed worse was almost, impossible to bear. The did not reject, did not quite endorse the suggestion. whole place foundations. And then Julfll the irls IlilapPl'Ur.
themselves: : and did their duties without gamekeeper's 'pretty daughter! .\h what A badly-married son was an awful she hoard that same slow, I heavystep al., and that wherever she nlt
,;fj stint or failure! ; and! \\Imuhail neither doubt misery for the family at Inllll\10.111)In llltdil.ll\ their family pride' truly ; hit a come up the stairs-nearer, nearer, step by with him. Hy means, too, of the same lawyer
Julian heard what had
almost worse Helween the -till it halted at her room dour And happened at
fact l -
m<< nor n care, neither a fear nor a pain outside the that Debby $ lall WI step
what comfort was left them ? And there tho room door the man \0111, nnd how one wild, stormy
: that one irretrievable mistake of their son, figure of u classic Tread than nn orllna- two : th1 l\ellcllllt
bad been, lured
'' and that was a mistake which no arguments ry English: (country girl ; that she W ; was no chance of Julian's!: submission. The came in. He was u man, night ( awayto
would justify, soften or explain. und modest, virtuous and II'flollutl,; that next day found him as firm 1IIIx'III\ dressed in a kind, of loose overcoat which hid Walon a false scent and Debby had disappeared

.F' Imagine, as! the son and heir of such }people sho was brave and lovely Flue hud been the day before lO\1 all details of his figure, and with a black without leaving a truce IJllinc
as these, a Palt'Shun, emthttsiasNodreanmer! really a lost rare and precious creature, Scambler and Le meant to marry her at nil mask covering the whole of his face He her. No one could say what had he'ole
.. who abhorred fox-hunting, and would! not counting\1' her h1lnlll' us more valuable costs ; and neither tears nor reproaches, was ns ('llpl.tddil us if ho had her ; and if Julian himself did lot know
.' i kill even a pheasant student, not an athlete than her social dasl. most determined I neather prayers nor threats moved him from been one of the Miserieordiu of Italy ; but he all the world beside was at fall 'More( mad t
-with black hair, dark, dreamy, melancholy oontomner of the people{ mu,t have confessed his resolution. So that nothing was left to was evidently powerful, und one would have than sane the young? Cel mil motion
eyes, u skin not wholesome red and that she was supreme in her own Hugh Armstrong and his wife Julia save instinctively said a brutal man us well, more nil the resources at disposal of an English
white after the English: pattern, but olive- way ; but to the Armstrong family She vas thc carrying out of their ultimatum, und tim 1 match for a slight young creature citizen The police Wl'T stirred up to 0
tinted in the shadow and cream-colored in ns i i'f she had been Caliban's twin sister nod the banishment from home of the son who Ih'hh-paral'zl by t'rfr as she was, look for the lost girl in everytown in England
high lights ; a creature looking as much likea Hecate's favorite c.ughh'r.111 tier muno- did, not r'lltt the traditions! of that home. unable to scream, or make even the weakest ; rivers' were dragged ; lunatl'Iilulswprl'
Spanish poet as it wa possible for a North Hl'bbSl'unbl'r IIUl'T.t her They (' keep him out of the estate. attenlpttoefentilmerself The masked. man overhauled ; 111
man to be-looking( too, like one who Lad beautiful' soft hair, like ripe nuts: in the but during their hife-tiime they determined came up to the side of the bed, grim, terrible and e\.l'1 prisons were visited, but the little
\ should which should silent us the Hl.f.lrl' hail! fully hut on the moor { untouched, and no
-come from some ftr-war place I into a foreign sunshine-her large limpid hazel eyes- that he enjoy nothing grave. the WIIl.f
land: and a strange climo whence he knew her cheeks with their pouch-like bloom uphold him in his wickedness, or make hiscrooked realized her tearful fate he hail bound I search reHal',1 of poor,
straight or smooth. )handkerchief round her mouth so that she pretty So the time passed
neither himself nor his surroundings.( Wasit her lips with their "l'upi.11 Low" for path mI. 1..hhy
a wonder then that he was a cross to his outline, their tlh' 1' III smooth I do not know what I can do to eurnmily could not cry out, and had pinioned her and which held} its prey Wit)'c se
f. parents, or that he had been sorrow from and rod as :; what mattered her daily bread," said Julian with quiet half anus behind her back so that she could l not core
': the first ? Nothing about him harmonized IIwe.'t'Oil'IU.Illl'f nymph-like form, when melancholy I philosophy ; "but 1 will dosonmcthing strike. Ho took her out of the bed, 11rl's'.1 One day Julian, who had ('oml down to
: with their manner of being, and the bricks the Wi' daughter and : When )'Ol want me you can as she was, anti wrapped her carefully the neighborhood{ of Holme Wood, but w hnwas
out of which he built his temple when setS was culled Debby heitutbler\ ? Her very moue I send for mo ; but am sent for 1 bhal enough in u cloak mil blanket, in which he not at his own against theirs were! all cross-cornered! and was a disgrace, us her birth and parentage not trouble you with I)presence secured her like a bull(' ; then be slung her where he was, nor how he got th'rl found
askew. The strong open-air life and generous wl'res.k.ial.inInt" M by the fact that And with this he left the old home an.1welt over his..houl.t'T; her down stairs, luml'l in the middle of the moor, within 1
physical enjoyments which were so Julian Armstrong, of 11111 Woo l, was in up to l tondou-that 111'htrml of and so through the house aml1ttle garden ; htole'l throw of the little hut where theshooting
necessary to them were both barbarous and love with her and 1llt make her hU youthful hope! and energy and inrapadlyIt.III''pllrtu and along the.dol lane, l'ltrllucc to parties were wont to take shelter,
degrading to him ; and the studies which wife. Had he h'l'l in love with her, with see how best he could make which stood a cart He lifted her into the and whence the kl'el'l'T made their look-out.
hi wife his bread never a trade, nora profession curt almost as if She had u fanu-beast The tumor '
made his Lappneeswere( to them foolishness out meaning to make her even thl'l bl.tl was shut : the window and
or worse. 1 It' had adopted all the new views the shame would Lave boon sufficient, hut ut his fingers ('1.1.. and in 1 world whereeunli't'thtton ) which ho was taking to market ; but Lo shutters were fastened : all was us and
with his the girl the I is so tierce much covered her up in sacking so that she should deserted-looking the ti
while they were not only content the as things were IItr was | alt WoIl'r1 as ra\'l; but faint
old! but sure that everything of modern Invention last etil1' the cup bih'rll" 1111 the in need of work. It I hl'Wl'rl' not gl't.t,und thus drove out into the openawl I wreath of smoke rose the chimney,
was diabolical when not insane. parents refused to swallow i. worth anvthing he mu>t show he the wiit11imisrhMyumltime l village. and surely there was a slight m :, as of
. I able for }his life's work-that ho had The took u gmxl! three hours, and loilt'
He was an advanced Liberal and an enthusiastic There was no glossing an unpleasant was journey some one stirring within. Young and brave
time with and enough to carry out his ut the end of that time the curt drew up l>e- as Julian 'ys
evolutionist-they were Tories of the truth t or diplomatically! biding his strength energy -too despairing for fear, too
deepest; 'olln,1 believed! in tho separate oreution Julian. \ Il lilt t.IIIhI ..I.t at once, plan to J justify his 1.tim of ability( by fore the door of u small cottage that stood wise for luplltilon-la' stood there and
" of moths: and butterflies, and the absolute going straight to tlH point; without circumlocution I his maintaining his: He told Deborah in the bleakest part of the uuspr-a kind of tr'I1 what he ex-
difference of man from all the lower or (',".'l.tlllt."Il'n} us ho had I to keep )lioth heart and faith, to II'tn shelter placefor shooting parties ali the lor what he dreaded ; he only knew ;
He looked on sport as cruelty and made it clear t.) himself ami Debby that ho lieve } him and love him ; t,) resist alltemptations lall'kl'l'er when the former cute for that 'he was seized with I some mortal terror,
avivisection a* u righteous necessity-they I loved her, und 1 had: heard that shut l'I\'elhil ( that would bo of..r'.l hertemptations sport latter looked after the eggs and that be stood by the ,i,>or oacr! M a
maintained that the very foxes enjoyed the in r.tur ho mado clear also! to his father u of wealth if sbe \\ and thl''Olmg broods, and tried conclusionswith hound in leash when scent is warm ''
run, and that the man who would torture a and mother. In i than hall an hour utter him. of doubt in his sincerity} of belief in I such 1 poachers' us might l tie ubout. quivering with the. tlC anguish. ;)ye
rabbit for the lakepf science and humanitywas he hud taken her first ki, given his I his death. Sho was to bo teAolfat through Here the mal, always masked and always 1' .,( girl. A liglit sigh hrkl'throUlh the
only tit to b He stigmatized! the game laws as: an iniquity his parents; tl.l ren..h..t with as much well": He would be faithful and she must his shoulder like a huge bundle or Ill I inriiu-nN and the :rUItc woman's ..,
belonging to a primitive \'i1izatioll-they enthusiasm, un.llrlol" and tdiht. us: if he II be firm, and together they)' would (conquer sack ; putting, her down [in the middle the I r..t He tried the door; was fastened 1 and a
held u poacher us wor.M than a murderer. Lad gained a princes, and wu love and the world. t or,whit! he set to work to make a tire and I klk( l with a sharp i, quick knock that
He boldly pnielaiincd t hU intention, when to cl u king his father-in-law. Instead of To all of which pretty Deborah said water that stood there handy, I meant us: mud .1r'1.11i impatience. "Who r
he fame to the estate, of throwing open| the he hail only won the "Iof 1 lobby "Yes," weeping in her lover's arms and feeling 11) a kettle All that ho did WW done in "a I is there" Fail a voice from within. He
preserves to all comers, blunting his gates' Scjmbler ; and his future fathe'r tn-luw wu that her heart must break ; it could not !. mechanical kind of way, with no un knew the vuiet'-as love ever does. was:
so that no }hunt should mss through LU the head aim-keeper on his own ancestral I' boar so much despair and not give way.'. Hut Int'rhltl no stirring of feeling any what be unconsciously I he +
land ; of granting )lrattstoimistenantswhich l'tlltl Hut was the right kind of thingalto"ether heart do not break, in spite of all that poets as a that halll be got through dumbly Loped yd clf'.tet-what
should uuke: their farm virtually I said, tossing (back. his long t sayuuml lovers feel ; and the two young people Ino: matter what art or whtt the result The I "lielihmyimkd' I)' l'In! my darling. It is I.
their! own for life-and they! looked on all hla.1 locks. This fusion of the classes was I i>arted and went on living and eating girl had to he trapped{ and secured ; not I Juh :! u Le '1 that I have found s
} from
these things as communism, high treason \ the true salvation of )England-this: and sleeping much the tame as usual only killed outright- the mist hiovousnessof I y'u..u1'! Ids answer. ,
and ath IslU. Hut what could) be done with leveling up the only righteous revolution, j very unhappy and feeling very dwolate.Of I freedom ; and if she died in the I >KitlieiWr! let ma |i\, Jl.h'lukk, mv
young fellow who talked luf "protoplasm" He was not only' glad that hi loved PcLbv i I course James Sx-ambler, Delxtrah prot-os that w.uJ not he his fault ; but I Moved ;; I (Lave lllIH ti, ee more!"

and "mitlimed-stutf," as if he understood his and she 11\.1 him, but IHVUUO.ino much father was against the math. He was a II neither would Ultlllr.'athsl.that t dent I lint no Ila.1 f !cle i-mbing to the
own foolish! worth? Who doubted the j>hi- an wdnlirabletxcasion. for (' lut hU tine, sensible faithful mall, who by undue neglect or gratuitous brutality. I uoor to 111'1 mouth the tomb and let
los+mT'hy of Pale)', and 1 had a g'*>d word toaav theories toting the strength und worth .>f I hail no false. idea in any .tn'tion'. I TherefurehetoihYltime. water in tl kl'UI.; In.life. and the sunlight : only' a wailing cry
lover I Like to like," he said; spoke made some hot tea, into which Il put a few mind or
HumeT Who believed in universal his ideas. He man. u whtu I I'lnt l'Mllialr his ,
for \'IL hall'a.1 i I tulw're1 I prayer
brotherhood, and, the further fusion rtf an t.l'rilllItul.t, ) +1J'her, und he i! t.) him on the nutter ; he was.dead against all spoonfuls of brandy then going up to wherejHMir I lilt jf) ,
class? lIe nude the blood of the band- in\ih.! congratulate him on Li* i unequal, pairing in man or beast. Joe : IVbhy laytunnel, u aze helpless )Lo. I I cannot c'I"1 the door to you-it i* .'
Cttht'r-olx-oot two in liU[: bed-room choice" and LU not: er to !IK> laI.\.1 a,LeIVUi'lad. Williams, the senior gamekeeper, was the took the ken hicf from her JlwUll 11tlla.I. l'arrl.1 and I I am dlaiu.t Oh, Julian dr 'I
a slipper some *-turn hot and cold with horror at .1 I mU tl) Ls! mind for Ikbbv : and she would i align that .tt was to lit pro- I.I not 1"6lt :avl Jl', save me. Force j

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\ your way in and, set me free.'' I'I \v IM'O.V illlltS A ( 'I/., 1 I ClO\II\\: J-\::\) TIMF: ( '.\1\1:\ : l'luridaukl1V.tertt, ; H.lilwlIIII and, fnunSavannah I i )1.\ LLoKY'S: -
'VInce111 the strength Julian
: ( never
and healers and all Northern' Kastcrn ,
Importer* : in or TiiR.l'I'i.AN'r11'il'Ll'.11v'Is'I' I / : and '
knew but in moment, as it seemed to Western ('itif'''. ri.oitin.i si i\Msiiii': MM:.

I him, he had burst the door open, mid was _'_-'__. __u___ ._. : :: INDIA: UANII' : At Lake (City daily: with the FI'riI'I'II''
there In the heart of the hut, holding) his :$: KAILKOAD: : truth P.ailroad: and:
I : to from .IukoIlIVille'i.luga'tine : '
IHrcvf Line to
rescuer love in his: arm. Had she been t what she looked dead, cre-atnre still
n unburied -
the :
L ( 1I'"ff"tlll'I/ : /,, < on :St. Johns Kiver.:
it would have !been. scarcely more ----.-_.- '", .._-.---.----- t:\iiI'I.11R1:1I At lIalllwillaih'l \ with the Atlantic., (hull jt
pain to Julian than it was! to find her in this and West I India, Transit
I \ : : II) KorTK.tn : I:. ; Kailway to and from
terrible condition of degradation and suiHer- No. Us\ }H\Y\ :STHKKT: : IVrn.mdina ( iainesville. Cedar !Key: and,

ing./ And it wOI1IIIII\n> heetiMnall! : wonder fleet: l\liruitry, tut.W). with steamers fur Tampa, Ke-y West: and
.. : had she gone) ni:al. Hut lifi i is strong( in Su unuull. Georgia' Havana.,
J.. youth, und hole never abandons': \ (hose who At I I'lInftah".h.1111..l. times
love. She had not known how, but :she had Keep constantly on hand:\ good; supply of eioiMi worrit.Leave the weekly with 'Till: FINF.: 1'l'1.1 ih-lllI: .
known that it would come. :-lll.lul'lcln'allw,1: ; their celebrated Atlanta, (Iii........ ............... :!.I., I'. \\1. People's! 1 Line nml C Central Line Moats:' to
of it, prayed for it, pictured 1 it, I believed' I in \Le-ave Macon: ((5a........, ,.............. 7.15\ P. M. and. from Columbus\ Fufaul.i: ; ; Fort ( ;ailll'I.palI'hh'.II. isrriTK.VAS.: : : .
\;.it ; and now her hope\ had justified itself r...MANHTLATFD: :h < lFANO/r\c I Leave llruusvvick. lii.: ........ ......... ti.15 v. at t. \ .* .:'.\. : and other) Miter 1 Landing} ( 'Al'f. 1I1NI.S,
Arrive Fernandina Fla................. 10.15 Elegant: Sleeping\ ; and: Parlor ('oinc's: .
and she was safe and with him. Nothing& 1 hrttrcan be had 'for; Call: and winter \ M.Leave 1. Woodrull'atnl Lucas C'lTV 01' DAI.I.IS.CAIT
!Patent dail10 .
Fernandina........ ............ .. run -
.1ti.tr: v. M.t
;; ,Thc tigers: he !'aillll!< ho Ill.III'r to crop' '. ivite FIVi: lit iLl ..111'i: PEn tween Tallahassee, .
,' 'ilihft ; "thecruel, bloodthirsty tiger !" HAH; or 1'11'1'1)IL,1l) i:. PF.K TON, Arrive \Maldwin. Fla. .......... ........... I.::!;, p. ". 'tjuick( I time. sure lark'.ontIIhe.I' "I'lIIl1'l'Iioll.. perfectsafety. 1 1J1SUONI : 11

|. ./.i6t.' It will be all right now'," was Dehhy's) F.O.Il.) railroad: : or !steam:\ r at Savannah.:i : leave Maldwin! Jacksonville. ..,.. Lint: e. M. III0.H'l.n'I': : ( ) : ,: of the above I'HII'ril heat

impatient\\ answer: asshe tnrne-1 tier face: to Tier Nc11111'i'eirt'ninr'giiii ctrtilicatcs. etc.Cathartic ( Arrive Jacksonville\ ,, '11111. I lrnrt.p.: I ) :! : M.Leave I. :IS'-tf' :Master Trall"\orll\llnll.| ,' II: li.r'w: y"tl every Fridavto :
., .
t i hl''II'tIltillsohhel1vit11joy'atl(1wcnk-I -- ---- ----- (( suit the )
jTlover's .
.1 :., lialdwin. I for 1.1',1.\1.-,1.\, ....... \I.;"> r. M. This line Ii.\
:c: ,,5-Sncss together.O.WBAll for her He everything )He I.nh'nl Jledleineu!'+. .IrriteI'ulu. (Junction i, 1'. L\\:. K) .. 1.111'. M. at it'r and 0"1' Sh'nlulumt... I between having no transfers to make'

L his ;auI'his : h Leave: Waldo\ ......... ......... ............ 1./:'III'. M.
inheritance his
,1)) jthrew name,
:. ,.;-t' [ away his wealth his( estate! his social, .rri''Uailll''illl.( ......... ......... ...... \.Ii I'. N.l 1. :11: \\' S111:1)111,1: ;: FF.KXAXH1NA: ) : AND n\: \OK: ,
.'' ',,; family, He l Leave ( ;iainesville: ......... ......... ...... :"i.'Jii:: \r. 'I.\ utrctti the
/ ,j'fctandl'ig. would have of there
"' "".' '.\\-i; ; none Artive Cedar Key......... ...... ......... \.i.Ilo:: ,p. M.'frains i.
-, ; ; [thing tainted as I they were with I I the criicl-' Ill::-;'I' AND: CHIAPIST: : 'I'CANrI'il'I',1( :
..5': : ; : [ty.of (-Wnr111slqcrstitinn-withthehlin11-: to Jacksonville: nl""l'lh..f\ : U.iUl- ------ _h_ ------------- T10N: TO
,' /.., ]: win (.oily. 1! 1< ; FIIUI111'1'1:1:!: -
',' '. nC/l-: uf" an e'lete'! civiH/.a'ion! ; t to which I I I ai ,'- I '
11 \ unisa, :nCTl1.: cac: ) lua.\ | ri.oitn | ,aiul Fruits will '
Vegetables ,
.. ( ]1"?
;:;:i Ipearaiuesmd: : names are more vala.lhlcthanthiii : I I I 1 1."i
., ..!,:ro'ib"11 [ ;!. and facts. It. abandoned all I.l'n\.I\.oI.\I.I\I'\. ............ ......... ...... I.l.'i v. >i. ------.. -- -- ,'- --,- ------- :\1' in handling.

''-f' 1 [for her and! love and freedom ; and in his Arrive iaincsvi'lle; ...... .................. s..II| | t. M. PASSKMillKrtOMMODA: : :; : : 'f( :\:, .\ L 1I"II
',);:f;<:'. ([peaceful' Australian home, where he had the Leave (iainesville, : .......... ...... ......... .'.;lII, .v. M. \ \$
x'I"' iilLjnity: of labor and the light of her love, I lairI'11(11. ; (ii'. h K.: K. June/! )...... \si.ls .v. n I. k "I I XI L AX I D "\:ti1ti t :I.I'I.\ :

r [lie W.I M happier: thin he would I have been" in I i\','a1'rlllI", "?...... .,.,.. .............. ... !n.'I'-' > v. M. The traviling public are o,Ii,0\ I 11,1] u. ,

.i; [the ,old, home*, bound, to the c.ir of conven- Arrive Italdwiu ............ ...... .........1'2.17\ : \ I'. vi.Leave \':lllg"Il:\ DIKF.CT) : LIM', \\1T11OUI'.
jtionality and without hr love, or with her '1'1'R It I Jacksonville; (Cum. KouteV: \ 11.15 v. ". I .
.,,4 dove, lIIi.lat IIII, I Is with all the powers: that Arrive llaldwin\: .1G:! : ) p. M.Leave .. ---- ---- vNoSKASK'KNisS ---- ----- : with all :-1'lIlllfl. tor ill

rill,'. His father nor mother never knew on the M.( ', .1.1\\:1: :. :
1 his fate. This was bis revenge A* they had 1 Dal.hvin. ... .. .. ....,...... ..,.. .1 P..M:! ) I'. M.Arrive .-.ri'aJI v Indian\ Kivcfs.: and I .with the Trul.t t ::10. -

'dealt by him so did he by, them for he believed Pills' Fcriiandiia: : .. ..................... :'t.lti t \ "c. M.. \.. rnad, at Fciiiandina: for all rlllu,1: intion-;
y l that they had known .of; the whole ]Leave Fernandina, : ........ ............... ".1 15 I'. M.. I r. -/,1 I" in r'lorida

and been themselves. 1 the Combine, the choicest cathartic Leave 1 ItruiiMvick ............... ......... S.lIIII'I M.Leave .. L !.r>1k: ,
prime principlesin
plot moversin : '
it believed, l the. of him.: I meilieiiie, in adjusted : Macon.......... ............ ......... .. in v. M.. ...i .: i L : FJE\IIT AND PASSr.NUKK:; : : : 11'IY : ::':
as they accurately
; just same proportions --- .
1 r.4J-;;: .. ....; I AS 1 \ ) : : : .
He sai'd, bitterly! enough; that it would not I to secure activity, certainty, and Arrive .Atlanta Ua.! ........... ...... ..... \1.15 p. M. ;:;:;;::;r :. ;" f !\ 111.r JI\I
:.'4 break' their hearts to imagine: him dead, nor uniformity of effect. They arc tho resultof Trains! to. (Cedar! Key and :Smith: of I'.ald-: ;'V Through. Kates:: mid Hills of 1 Liding

*"-fIIf"' in truth ,did, it They kept' hlJlllIl'l':\ openfora years of careful study and practical experiment will daily except :Sunday.: ; :: : :: : :: : ; NoOCKAN( : DAXOKKSnn : :: to For all "points.:
reasonable! time, and when ..I111i.11Iaw: and are tho most effectual rcm.elly l'ENINSI'1..1U:: :: \ i KAILKOAD: : ) passage: or 111111illli'lllIllll., apply '
by the papers that he had; been' made dead, yet discovered for diseases caused by WIM'I111'11..) to
t and, that Clarence and I young Hugh were derangement of tho stomach, liver, ;md ( I K.: W. :SOITIIWICK.; ( Agint.I'rinanilin.i..
bowels, which require and cffcctua (iolNil sontl. : STKVVHUSITV : .
held heirs to the he ,
as : estate, only'milc( as treatment AYF.K'S 1'n.t.s are specially \CitbloI,1nrtion, \ ........ ......... li.oil; t. M. C. II. MALI.OKY & (CO..
;: he turned to, lI..hlalll) (\ aid '
t *: : applicable to this class of diseases They \Leave; l Hawthorne................ ........ i.III\') M. ( or ititiiHir.rovAmi : : I) Fast Kiver, New' York.
y It I is better 1I1wilt. We will li":1
. so, nevertell I act directly on the and assinnl.itivrt Arrive Lochloosa, : ......... ............... ..lo .1. M. :-It
our boys of the illltprilalll'l' they have dif'l''sti\"o rcstoro AVID ('LAKK.
lost Yet between! this amt their mother processes, regular 11"1 Sli NOUTII. I'lXMtlDA .\\1: HAVANATF.KKLY :

they would hesitate no more than I-and( ht'altlloction.. Their extensive tau by Leave\ I."ichlonsi..v............... .....Ioiui..M.'
y between love and riches\ :\ tllt.11111,1 choose physicians! ; in their practice, and by at Leave Hawthorne' ......;..... ............ 1u.F1.t. n.Ir'iv11'.Ihlu I "\ :: FAST MAIL :11\1'\
civilized nations: is ono of the many r'r 1'111-I :: I"\-T..t\\: : :
\ as did I." of safe \ Junction ...............l'J.15: \ I'. "I.
proofs their value as a sure, and
Never to regret voitr choice t husband, ?" perfectly reliable purgative: medicine Trains from 1 Waldo\ to \Lot. 'liluns.i, and r'till'llTu's(1ay'I'hti '

i "Never !l" lie said) !lrllll\'. "On( ) the contrary Being:: compounded of tho cOl1l'clllratc,1'Irtues : hli' and I :Saturday.CONNIPTIONS.; \! {fpA.s-'l'.NiiKKl___: : ::_: :_: fVI.n-I''I__:( : l'.11t1.I'___: ;
each year that I live I 11(111 more and \ of vegetable. substances, : \ : ; : :. n. 11II

more thankful for the good, gift m.ido: me! by they arc positively! free from calomel or \TI.\NT\ I--: ,
heaven when I found \'lIlIlIn.1 with you all any injurious ,properties, and, can bo administered 0
) that: makes life worth 'having.: : to children with lll'rrel'tlarety.. (Close 'cullnection is, made Allatita.. to, :and from' all points North,, ri:. >t, "'t'1-IIIII,1' 1''rl \' "
Sh'nllU'r ( of ap
Avru's PILLS aro an effectual euro for Nortlnvi'st 'its Ilrldgeton .I wh'ccpaceording
daily.AT l'"il\.1 : (sid '.
OUrlJI.Y or TIII: JIOIISK-SIIOI Constipation/ or Costiveness, Indicestlon .
'MVlOX (;1., Cvi-r. JOHN FITiiKALIVaits ( : : >, .
Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite
oS UI'/UUSI'l'l"IOY With Trains, I fur : (Ua.! Leave mornini'
Foul Stomach anti Breath, ll/.7.luess, 1:1I11I1I1.1.1'"luIIII.II-I.: \ at for the Monday and,
F'lllllilll :
Ill the very early times says a writer in Headache, Loss of Memory, Numbness, Montgomery, Mobile and, New Oilcans: Thursday: night Vegetable Trains of the ( 11''I' : :;; I by :-1'111'1(

'' liiiUiriu't f and Skin Diseases, Dropsy, With New York and, Fernandina, : : ( 1 INDIAPFAINSFLAi ) I'erunndiuaorla'kSInt'lIk'by'1'ransit: : Ka-: !
:Steamship \TL.\\TJ. 11'1'1:
of the saint in : \
patron !so! common\ TumorsVornts, Neuralgia, Colic, 1'1"Irail Monday IIfrliInin') ut
churches} and temples, was much used in the Gripes Diarrhoea, n 'Sl'lIt'rollt.. : Line from XYork on, Wednesday, 'SI Key West: Wednesday:\ 11111 i iog. AiriveittHaami
ld.;>Ua. m., and for New York mi I'riat,11t!; : I : KAILKOAHS
files Isorders of tho Liver and, all WcdnesiUiy afternoon.Kcturning .
4 dwellings, and workshops: of the people, as a other,diseases from t1lsorIIcrc.lstate :{. in p. 111.; from. Nassau: N. 1'.. on Wednesdav !!- 1 ,
resulting:: n Thursday l''IIIII -
so-called protection against t ill-fartunc I The"glory" of tho digestive apparatus. ; for Nassau; : N. P.. mi II'Nnrwlly.! | leaving (Vntre :-I'II:: loi.k direct for Savannah. 1.\'II\'lla, \' morning. Arrive
With (icorgia, and I l''lorida: Inland :Steamboat : P.issi-ngeiN i ,. assuredi '11't
al"nyethe head of these: figures; 111 'hi\'I'N[ II' ( :Saturday;; morning (and nt
As a Dinner Pill they have no equal.) Co.: from. .. :Savannah mi 'I'ue.lay1'11nes- connection at : ;,:\ the steamships : Jacksonville and I Fernandina by Transit
p, which later wasoften rudely\ curved: \ in wo,1all.1 Whilo gentle! in their action these Puts day, Friday and\ :Sunday: ; fur Savannah: ; : on : and\ faillo I fur the "I'll. Hlirll.1: Saturday crcniagua(1at/tyaillllh
1'.lillte,1-wa"l1'l'l'rl'1-1'lItC.1 hU circular 'I'1I"dn1'riola\' and :Sunday.: : .
arc tho most thorough and searching cathartic City Ilrld.i'cton Mom'ny' morning
piece' polished:, metal tocouvev the ell'ect that can bo employed! and never give With"Charleston Steamers (St. Jnhni'tt and Sh'unwl' hi ('Inrh.1'1. 11'III'r), thl" forming thehortcft 1 pos-ible
.. _, Ia"
of the halo nlinlnn.'frequentlyseen r tl'a
:shilling: or pull unless the hotels aro II1namcu. .11111 tfyW. l) % hI.'niilitl..4; rUwlon morn the United Crates ami .culm.
in illustration of the Virgin ana other then their influence I is They stimulate Wednesday( allll'illllola.1'1'. ; :Savannah; and i \ r'. Ir. >\'.\ II" >, Iltw1
'. Often this metal nimbus digestive Charleston Monday and Friday. ( l KATIXCabin.
scripture subjects. tho appetit and organs; they 1'\s'\IH
Cciitu- r net Hock \ .
was of semi-euTular form ; and after the I operate to purify and enrich tho blood, anti; With :-;tl'nlllf'r0",1)(1: dailv I to and. from. .' St.Mary's 1.\,1 I ; SAVANNAH"every Vcdnesayun.ISaurduV alt, nr'ivi.Savannah I.
liguro;; itself had disappeared: by reason of impart renewed health and vigor to tho Ca., and semi-weekly to and 1 I'roJi : : !( '; for '. MMON'S: touching! :; (lo Havana.$.'12 <00) 11 WFt'J'IIII.111
deuav, the nimbus remained and( was: suspended whole system.Prepared .St. Mary's !liver Landings.AT I. I 1.11'1,11.> ; ( ; 1.1.11111,1 to Ilutima.:1t i 4111 ;:1!.SHI t I I
in some )prominent, place at the entrance Vt.DVVIN, M.V., Jol"Y, I.\ JII.kMI\'III' to Havana.... :'litxi( :a.H 'Ji'
: door or other point commandingview. by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., .1h..urnlldn.1'ill'l' Forstuh'roonliuu11ticketsa'ply I to LKVF I :
With Trains fur Live Oak.Tall.ihaxMi'and; I & ALDKN'S: Tourist Odl.es.Savannah .
The clligics in question were not uncommonly -
:seen 1)t t the side of the doorway.In Practical and Analytical Chemists, all points in Middle and West Florida.. :-; IIlt. "III..I'II by 'l'luvugh'I'urilrwith ( ia.- (Corner Hull mil 11')111

course\ of, time the nimbus was mueh u-<-das I Lowell Mass. AT MM-HUmsV, KI.V.. the (nlllf.'t India Transit streets. 11 A. CALLAX, Apnt.

a :substitute for the latter and was sold inshops SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERTWUERB. With Steamer A>i>ti
: ) fur this purjwise. The tradition of .. landings Orange J Lake, on arrival of Peninsular lahill 1-1'III1"hi\/! | l'lrln. : .Agent.
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good, luck as embodied! I in the hur5e-!s11ue ICiiilroads.CKXTKAL Hail! road. Train delphia, 111'1\ ,-t"l. ..llkS"IIit'-Comer Ray ltn(1\ I'inc.t I reet4A.
theory, may thus': bo easily: traced, since it I State-Kooms, ..I>I, 11.1 all other ( L.J'II'la I : : :, Agent!
AT 1VIXKSVII.I.K/ : 1.\ ,
became iv 1'1111I11I011l''U rr'III" ', in I the due 4'L )hthlA) : It.MLKOAI: : ). "'illa :Stage: Line for Ocala and I T.imp.i' on Ilrl"llaN.' : apply to the liluwil"I'II tot I"IIII. UKKay.. (H. F. AKMSTKONU I.
1 i'I-If||
(once( of time for the faithful adherent in )11I1Ic.LY'l'dlll'sda\ and I Saturday:; ; from : \g'lt.
thin belief in charms and svmbuU: to J.1KM(1St FLManh !W< JH7U.On Ocala tend Tuesday ami Fernandina I I'lu-1'111.1..1.\ I.. Konmillat, HII.'nnu:
adapt\ tLI.I:, Tampa' Friday Sunnay. N'lIEIi'l.i: : %
I Ceii I St. bet Second
the horseshoe\ worn to brightness, in \1'11. re w rill ami\ Third.i "
sence of any other which lie nailed over his ulloIut't'r, I this, date Trains mi this Koai; u\'unllal., (Oa.-r.! ( and Sts.,
BIII 11'\1
,door. Hence of metal I of this will 1'111111" fnllows 1 : VTKHVK KEY: U t., ) ki nnd Si :. Tit: ItE.Unl'
cottage a piece With, '1'tuuI.u Stcim.-hiii ( '11.1' Line for opixisile l'II.I.! .. .l.\ I\IS' ,
shape\ I beeaino associated; in the common ] >.\Y PASSKNUKi: : : :, KxrKiT( : t Sr.Mv.: .) / \ ] .11'. /, riu.-lorncr Hay ami) I'ilt .----. .
mind, with lS'II'I'rllaturall'l'cI'oCIICl'' care, Leave Jacksmnille ..................... t':.'!O A. M. Ttinipaandlanatee' Muolariin'I'xhurs11nf West :-:1:tM., l Ilr.> 1'1:11:1/: J>nig Store; .1. C. Ijin- cH'I' --- --
.J I and for ; .
in keeping' with the belief attaching to the Leave lUldwin,\ ........................... !tlll>:::!' .t. :M. at Thursday p.\ III.,at II Key :Sunday and l lhThkI. .\VIII ; A. I I. Jlungerfonl, { JOII.VS [ g j C'lTV 1'111\T J

original figure; of the patron saint. Leave I ikeCity ........................" Ih.'tt:: \. M. the, United}jI I. m.NVitli Statc-s: and, Havana J'a-t r._- ------ e.C. .
Leave, Live (Oak........ .................. 1 1\10:< I'. M. Hall 4teanlt'r.lduifiat for West t Augustine' Fla.-Oi the Say, 1 it.: I'. -- -- -

.1wUMENT \RII\Gf-l'ower- -! the Arrive at Kivannali ..................... M:4.i: r. M. : : Key Havana .\rl1llolg"II., ; .
( ; : FOB : : Cuba arrival! of:Spfal'l'rain everv'I'ies
eulptor writing to friend of what the lA'ave :Savannah; ............... ........... *: \ u day aflcrnoon at :! From I '
people' call the t folly\ of marrying. without Lease Live Oak......... .................. .'):rl."> I'. M. ( i1U1. and 1.:01' m. .. .\ l'II..
the means to support\ a family,! :\ Ix-ave l Lake 'itr ............ .............. iI:4111:< I'. M. train I to Key Wl'1t'ry Saturday. Special 'Ollllt'l.t.
frankly' his, own fears! when he found; expresses him. 1 Leave Haldwin ............................ '::41.< ) iM.. With 1"1":111I1''t" fur the (h'II'rl P.isM-ng Agent.
self lit that but he adds witlf Arrive ut Jacksonville, ................ x.O.j( : I'. M.M,1114.1N1) : />ritr, points mi W. F" I1AUKV,
very jiosition ; : Kiiwannce !liver, (lit Thursdayx: !:t at it a. h,.
characteristic eulidor : "'1'1) tell tho truth KXPKKSS:: : : (iMiLV.) For information resiectiiig| routes, rates: (nt'II'ral; ; .\I"lt. Sa\'lIllwl

11utveverfunilyuud: MI\'crtyhaveluneuture Leave Jacksonville( ......... .............. ,r.::'W; ) I'. M.Leave etc., apply' to J. X. IIrJ. I\X, "Vt T I ILL leave IVrnandinu fil Jacksonville
to .opportIncthul' I have done to support\ White! House..................... 'iil.;:v i 1'. M. .\. O. Mv.HoNLLL: : 1 11 1 IUI\ I'r. TT" and I I'ulatkuuntl hitcrmcdinto land
them. They have compelled 1 me to make -avelialdwin............................. 1/111:< > P. M.Ixavol'arbyville ien'l; Ticket and I'.iss. Agent.J t. -- -- '- ings, on the $t. John's Hit er, und Savannah

exertions' winch I hardly thought myself capable .......................... 7i"p.: M. J H 1.11: I \\\v KLI.: fll'II'1111'1.: ; 21 I NT.. MAitY's RI \'1'R: IMCKIT.: : and 1 (l'IIlr"'llul. us fiII\1

of; and often when on the eve of despairing Irate :Sanderson(; .......................... 1":117:< I'. M. I -------------,---- -- -

they have; forced 1 me like a. coward Leave (Olustce) ..................... ......... f<::4J: I'. M. T.f'KO'IJ.I.o( : : \;:, l'I';: ,.\\'OI.\ AND! 11'1 FernandinaFOK ;

in u corner to tight like hero, not for myself Leave Mt. Carrie......................... !MU: : 1'. M. d MOltiLK\ /: HAILKOAD.) JAI'KSONVILLK: : .\,
but for ray wife and little IInc>!. I have Arrive IjikcCity.......................... !IIII:: P. M. M I 'I'll I ; \l I.\\n
I' .J1'TI""pC C Omu)
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now us much work to do, iw I can execute, Leave Live Oak........................... 2:15.t: : t..lrrive'I'ullaha4.ee Tvi.i.vnvshKK\KTKK FI.V.* / i5 .r.. IVIKY: ; \I'IUNI.;: R.1Y.-r'ta.
: :, IVbruary 3:( HWI. -
unless I can find more assistance in the marble ....................... jIMI:< \, M. I.
On and after MomLiy, February 2 IHSO
and I have a prospect of further com .lrrive.llba1y\ : ......... ...................1HW:. .t. M, this road riMir.: :-: : : .'. From Fernandina *
trains of will til-|
missions.: The truth here expressed by the Arrive Savannah............... ........... tIMA.! : M.Ixave !Ia"--nger ovs'u 1'111111-1: -*- KICHAKPSON( \n CHAHLI-XroN
gifted 1 sculptor ii like a similar!; remark we Savannah .................. ........ 4'K:: p. M. : JOJX !nl'SX.1.
l heard not on!; since by a gentleman who Jjcave Albany\ ............................. 4iO:(( a'. M. l'.ttiilNGl:1'I'lt.tIN-I.15'1': : : L'ut'NU.lxuvel'LattahlsAhce.(1tily : : WiL.Kl'N o ON TIm ST. MAKY'S KI; Vcr ?,' KVKItY; : E'ltlll. tY.-. :
tried matrimony ill thesanieway! and found Leave Tallahaxsee\ ....................... 5:45: I'. !I. ( \ at. 2MI: < I I'. M. during the season an follows : Close made with. t
afterwards( that the loose chango in his pocket Leave Live Oak...... ..................... :2:15:I! ,\. M. Leave (Jnincy.. .3': :!! I'. M. 'Ia-aveST., )1 tlv's E\'EltY: MONI.1Y all l'I.IIIIC.tUI: earners for
which he had before squandered lln "tis d- U'UVP IjikeCitv .......................... :i.Vi: A. M. JAuve'lalluhasscr...?.... tn IMI I'. M. TI IIIIL'(1)A\( MOKNINiJ I at li .lYJock, for ( ldl"I\'II' uII River' !also, also with ttt'lm.
i hh notions young men's whims, as he U-uvuMt./ Carrie.......................... 4:1: A. M. Leave Monticello 7 I" J'. 'M, FtKNAM.iNand; will leave Futxv.M'INV: 'f f.r"Ofklawlhu for New York; Suvannali

called them-was enough to support a prudent l Leave Olustee............... ............... 4:4: ) A, M. Leave (irecnville... HW: I'. M, same days ut x a. m., /for CAMP PJM'KNKV and'an'r.IlallliiK.re.undut (Charleston Philadelphia\ ,
wife who by well regulated economy, Leave Sanderson........................ .. 5:1M:: A, !M. Leave Madison.. 9i! : ; I'. M. and all intermediate lundingH on the river.Iteturling U..I,1 New York with
}has proved a fortune in herself and has Leave Ihirhyvilltf........................ .. ftSS: A. M. IA-UVC Live Oak...............? 2 15 A. M.' FA'KKY: : 1'I'ISI.11'and FICI- t'UII1. iiI Northcusiern, Philadelphia, Ralt'tuure '-

saved a snug sum of money for her once [..eavellalil'vin.. .... ....................... 1i:40: < A. !M. Arrive Savannah........ !9 i III M. M. 1 1).\Y, will arrive at ST. 11 ,I'" (it A p| in., Kuilroads:111 for North South Ciirloina .
careless husband., .\ wife to direct a man l.ea'e'hitc House..................... 7Uj: .\. M. Arrive Thomusville ... U55 A. M. touching, ut I.'ulsSI'IJA.: I.ukl East hf.1
towards a j roller ambition and to a general Arrive Jacksonville" ..................... ':.'*+O \. M. Arrive Albanv.\ .. .JD25A.: M. On WIIDNKSDAY.S: and I SATFKHAYH \t't.
l'CunOIl1he said was like timely succorat On Mail and Kxpress: Train Sleeping Cars Airive Ijikei'lty. 14.. ..... :.Sti.t.M; :>> will leave ST. Mvav'sat 1:111.: ) in., and ('UI FIKST-CiaSH+ I-ASSKXriKK: ACCOMMO-
sea, to save him from destruction on u run through to and from Jacksonville and Arrin lialdwin.......... ...... ,' i'J.5.t.: M. be' ( harh.r..l l for "-""lrilll. to DAT10X8.Through ) .
.taleJacksonville........... "
perilous voyage. Savannah ; aLno Lucas Sleeping Cars run 7 :+> A. M. and
-- -- -- through to and from Jui-ksunville\ and Taluhassce. Arrive Fernandina........... ::1I'll'' M. Ius.sg1'It1'MM. ull! 'ikt.t. t'tt"rJII, ) at securel rvrentre -l lund
Arrive Gainesville; fUMilht'C1 t.fit.
I"TERr.uTHIs111.. fled the in vtn tor of 5 II' p. M. und. other "III* I.f interest In the vicinityof her ( und Second .trt.ttl.
..stereotyping wad u Scotchman, He way a FKUNAXIH5TA: EXI'Rht'i: ; : (IJULIA'ave \.) Arrive (V-ilar Key !tlI: > p. M. Fcrnundinu. 20-1 I.v_C. A. :: .

jeweler! in Edinburgh, So long as he adhered\ Jacksonville..... .. ...............11 ::1.') ,. M. PAKHKXOKK; : TltAIN-WMVr: ; ISOl'XU.ave 10\ .
is to hU original j vocation he was |crmitted to Arrive lialdwin............... ...........12'JO::: p. M, [>- Ja< knonville! ....'..daily\ ut.... !i :au P. M. 'I.J.r..J. IlillM or '..ul"J G. .'. AVKIIY; ,

pru'1cr.' | When ventured to exercise: hU Arrive 't.rllullf.lilla....................... 3:40: p. !M. U-ave Ft-rnundina ...... "l l/' :'J>i A. M. f LINK: of
e ingenuity by facilitating the printers art, he IVrnandinu........................10:30 l A. !If.I I.I.IA'a'e ]rave Gainesville flu! ): A. .v. 1\1.Olt\S. t Slcumt-iN to all (
was ((18th("(. On his making known his Lave! Jialdvvin........................... l'Jti:! p. M. Leave[ ('- 'tlllr Key ......... 4 :'JO: A. M. |1' II 41 / Mury'tf.

discovery ufblock! printing, t the t.rade eK-cmi-d I Arrive Jacksonville ......... ............ 2:3.1:: r. M. IA'8l1e[ Italdwiu ..... 7 mi ... M. ('Jo" (
their craft in danger, and formed cemibina-- Pa>sengtrs for Fernandina and Cedar: Key l Leave take City !JI"'> ... M.(4uve .O..N..on JnlSf: liOAKDlXti tf.\I.J-:'
than fi>c:, his destruction Master. 'rioters. I take this train No train from U.ilc\win\ to ( )Savannah {Ill:; r. )1'IAoa'C iaIt with the New York and' lvalluh"t'Ullf.
t journeymen and apprentice* united! against; Cedar Key nn Suwlay.l'A'XXEt.TIOX.t Live Oak. 2 1" .\. M.AtK t .Murk all tfoods Cur of Steamer CAKKIAJis; AND WAd'ONSTo (;
iiiim loaded him Matlison 35! .\. M. and Meumert uiiU Trams
us a common enemy; they Ualdwin with A., Ci..t! ", 1rll
with invectives ; they rcproache-d' him with I W. I. T. I U. It., for Cedar Key, O.iincsville: laaPrec; ivilh'. 41.\! M. 11.C ) ) I'rlulllla.( Foil (CONTKAITS; FOlt HAFI.IXJ( Jo:.
: Igio,ranee assumption.' The arrows of and J-rufullillaIUI,1 l and! x-ave Mon tk cl lo .....? SMI \. n, : 'OUWII.TIXI I ,t4 P.\S .
all 1ll'1(. Who could TulSaha'see\ Arrive Tullaha.sm.-e\ .... ...... .' 7(10( M. ..II.n. J-.u.u.iIlli.t I wi FOR UtE;
[calumny hit him on 6 < ( I West ; at Lake City fur Albany, A. ( u utt rot-live trip, an the a
[long withstand such an army of hostilities? I I Savannah and all j>ointi North and \\'(.,.t ; -cnveTallaha.-e.............. It.. ... 11:111: A. MLave grand tili .and very alligators- and other game". art 11ul.SE4: Il'Cin; : IIAUNKSS,
[Poor (j Jed I. who ought; to have made a for- at Jackvmville\ with $t. John Kirer: Steamers. (2uincy... .10 ftH< A. M.Arrne ulilllldullt. c.\rrl AND .\:OXS.
tune out of hU discovery, sunk under the I J. R MrKLIJOY.W. : ( .lluttul/Juk.) ... .1131'II.! For further Information apply t to "T.I: C.t8114g.Pb

[load of jH-r>ccution. aiul die>l of a broken j, ),. DIVIIXVIX, Jlu-itt-r Tran: .p'- coNNIlfrlNtl.: JOHN JUCHAKD.SON', Ulke awl Stublo-Flr>t Stnet.WLjirf ,1fH

[ heart. I ::uJocrluhuoll'lIt. At Uve Oak daily with the Savannah 25If 1 .',FtTiundina na UnM'lu 'If't -t tf


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TJIK FLORID A Miunou.SATt'KDAr face do these Republican( I leaders. claim the lICnATl(! NOM IN.t T1ON, when such men ns ]Dr. Davis, who have everywhere TllK JM/limil FLORIDA.The Sr8TI.U. OF

vote of Florida in the Presidential election ? James McGiflin, Ksq. of this: city, has received\ an appreciative welcome,

rh OCTOBER W, 1880., It is clear! that no one at the North believes been selected! as one of the representativesto who have: seemed to recognize and cordiallyto Florith1/H.<1'Itfdl( of October f.th contains

_.. them, or even puts Florida even among the be voted for by the Democratic-Conserva! return the esteem of their fellow-citizens, an interesting:! editorial on railway
inoitATi: ; ; TICKET.The doubtful states.r. Conover's aim doubtless lives of Nassau county for the general nwcm-! yet under the guise of private cowcspond- rates, explaining why rates cannot be

is to get an appointment from Mr buy of the State. once misrepresent and injure them. It docs low for intended. settlers in Florida as to I

riiht of trial, by jury, the habeas' corpus, in the honesty uf the to the W st. )He a's.'ry
Hayes to some foreign after the mIr.icihtin; after having faithfully servedin lessen our faith, not immigrants I

.!'the liberty uf the }>reti, lie, freedom of rjiccch, November election, claim asn the Union army, made his rcsidcii'-e:. in luthl'rl1eople., but In those whose prejudices truly, that persons coming to )' lor"laouh} I

the natural rights" of persons, and the rights nf reward for his arduous1 Ialmrstinl!sustainingthe I Florida shortly after the war and has: identified : seem' nearly ineradicable. ]Dr. Davis's> not accept such transportation: as is given t to'! I

.properly, must be jircscned.-GEN.: HANCOCK, Republican cause in Florida. t himself with the interests of our :State: : letter was uncalled for and unjust. It may the West. Hut we think they could certainly +i

.In General Order No. 40, Nov. :29, I8i7.( and county. Democrat from principle, he do our State harm, but it can do neither }put the rates for settlers at one half
Nothing[ can intimidate me from thing what GENTLE MIL ins n EE. rates.! !
will, if elected, !'ustaiuIh!\ measures as him nor his party any good. of the round-ticket
If believe to lie honest and right.; -WINFIEI.D Mr. Bi bee rather resents! the idea that any remarks that
will subserve' the interests! of nil the peopleof The rH."j, >atch parenthetically
should think him offensive vindictive.
:.F coT HANCOCK. one the State and conduce to the welfare and (m>'. GRANT. the completion of the Waycross! & Jackson
lie announced to the convention at the time i
FOB PRF.StnF.NT; .: prosperity' of Nassau! county. He will make The reported interview Gen. Grant with vine line is the key to the whole railway
his nomination that lie
of it to
was an
GENERAL W. S. HANCOCK aggressive a faithful, intelligent and useful: l legislator.We : a l'olilicalllrcl\chernamed Fowler.docs little system of East; Florida, as it is the short line I
campaign and hot shot was to he1'0ure.1
OF PF.NNSY1.VANIA. can elect) him if we make the effort to credit to the head or heart of the ex-Presi: in all directions North and West. This !is
into the })elllocrae '. In his: lIIil.1anll
do so.! The county convention to-day will dent From present appearances, by the partially true ns to freights, as it forms the

FOR vCE-PRIiyIDENT: : amiable way he arraigns! among others, select the other member to be voted. for, who time the November election is over Gen. connecting all rail line.
Judge King as an indicted, criminal-thejudge's
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, will probably be selected fropi the country. Grant will have managed to dispel all rail line via Live Oak,
. offence that ho advised the present
OF INDIANA.PRE being I\lU lawyer for himself.! The cultivation of By :
respect is 185
the inspectors election at Micanopy the distance to Jesup from
!tIDESTIAI.: ELECTORS.PTTK THE CENSUS. petty jealousy towards a man whom he felt construction of the Waycrossroad
that persons!! not registered: in the precinct miles; by the
: AT LABOR : We were not much !surprised, the census to be his: superior is alike discreditable to his: is reduced to 115 miles a
the distance !
could not vote there. The indictment watIlrocltre.lwl.II : :
ttUMUKL PASCO, of Jefferson! County. returns of Floriela.'e ),('lil'\'elll".for.I .. character\ ns a soldier and his position ns an miles all through freight
we will not how, but it saving of seventy on
.AUiKIlT J. HUHHI<:r.r", of Duval County. say I it was taken that the population uf Floridawas ex-President.. We trust Gen Hancock will Railroad. Baldwinand
reflects/ no credit on its promoters. In an destined for the Transit
FIRST DISTRICT: : 300,000. We think so now. and fur the take no notice of the meanness and the silliness thus at exactly an equal
explanatory letter to the Sun and Press under Jacksonville are
J. K. YONOK};, of KsciunMii: County. following reasons : There were thousandswho which are the main characteristics of all rail via Way-
I date of October 2d, Mr. Bisbce refers to a distance from Savannah by
SECOND DISTRICT: were absentees on the first of June, as this campaign document. Poor Grant de from
political "beneath the The distance for passengers
opponent as contempt cross.
r' ,"TIKMAS' 1<'. KING, of Aluchua County. any one will see by the daily arrivals back feated in his: aspirations for the third term Savannah or Jesup: will beexactly
of all honorable 1\l'n. for referring to an Jacksonville
from the North. There were more or less! in now plainly admitted, carried around as aside
FOR UO'VKHNOK: indictment which had. been presented against:. the same, either by the Waycross or
every locality not enumerated!, as the very show for Conkling's kite there will
Fernamlina. By
WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM, himself. IIc mildly says that one of his opponent's the CumLl'rlan.ll-'oule. : via
many notices from ,different places show. soon be none so poor as to do him rever will have
OF LEON COUNTY. charges is "an infamous attack" the Cumberland Route they a
The supervisor: probably! !selected and appointed ence.
arid "purely wanton and devilish.! 1 le admits pleasant change of forty-five miles by steamer
FOR MF.fTFNNTOVKKXOR: : as good. enumerators as any one
u ,ing the kind expression' : of "Demo BLISSFUL -on/t..vCE. between Fl'rlllllll1inlIIn.1. Brunswick; ; or
'LIVINGSTON W. BETHEL, could!, yet many were not accurate and thorough -
cratic scoundrels" and says he referred "tit Fortunately most of our people are in they can take the choice of steamer to :Savannah
OF MONROE COUNTY. The pay was notoriously. small for
larger fish than Gibson.: Willard or King:' blissful ignorance of the tirades! against inland. or outside passage.!
!some district! :and in the very sparsely! settled
FOR CO\GRF'.M:4-FIIU"T: ) : This: reference must be then to the governor them, which form the staple of the political The railway system of FlorithM it was
) localities families: : were not visited, and '
JROBERT H. M. DAVIDSON and his cabinet or the committee of elections addresses: and fill/ the columns of Northern originally conceived and has hl'I.'nII part
in not accessible road
some ('U"'l'I'n': by or
OF IAIWDEN COUNTY. of the House of Representatives: or Republican newspapers; as :Mr. Lincoln usedto executed was to concentrate on two mainlines
by boat, unless the ollicer had one with him
.t perhaps the Democratic' House of Representatives say, this reminds us of a little story. one running from Pensacola across the
\ FOR l'I\lHnll:4-I''II\II DISTRICT : which was not possible.: It seems a verysimple
itself. Standing on the public of St. Augustine termini water at
square whole State with on deep
GENERAL JESSE J. FINLEY, thing; to enumerate persons! but in
:Mr. Bisbec's speech here in July was: in many years ago, some one called out Fernandina and I on the St. Johns riverat
OF COLnllll.COUSTY.. taking a census: it is not, and as for the
such good. taste that must confess in the language to one liko
we : our regret something Spanish Jacksonville. The other main line
many: other items to be gathered, the most!
FOR MF.MI1ERS OF THE ASflEMIILY! : that in the progress of the campaign he competent person! will find. it adillloulttask! Cayt Salami, who was passing:, on a marshpony. < a large artery, was to traverse the whole

JAMES McGIFFIN, has lost his: self-control and has resorted to and, this portion of the census: : in many of As he did not seem affected/ by it, a peninsula from the most: southern available

hard words instead, of sound to him and asked "Did tcrmi-!
fri'IlI181'0ke you harbor on the Gulf with its northern
OF NASSAU COUNTY. its:\ tables will be t'oUlul'l'r)' incomplete as
I may be an evidence! of want of hope and to Florida.As hear what that fellow said ?" No," said mus: on deep water at Fernandina.The .

I SOCIAL OSTRACISM. the presage of defeat/ lint he must remember Cayt I don't understand! Spanish." "Ah,
I probably' there will be a pretty full main line west to Pensacola not
o r It i is to'HOC in that hard. words butter no parsnips.! what a pity," said his friend, for he abused
surprising so respectable vote polled. this election, the number of been completed but should engage the attention
well-informed the BoI The fact that :Mr. Itisbeecan around the )'oulike a dog." So with our Southern people -
I usually a journal an votes! cast will, we think, verify our figures of our people' and legislature. Th
State making such !speeches and using such ( they will never know what a set of unreconstructed -
I herald rehash of t the stock ,
quotations of ::500,000, calculating a vote to every six. main line southward is gradually reaching
r tthe Tribune to be taken from the language I is, perhaps, the best answer which and uncompromising rebels
alleged Fifty thOIlatHI'utes! would show that number. along the route originally designed and
r Avnlanchf. andex-Oovernor can be given to the Northern press and orators they are ; they will never find out how they
"Memphis: Perry'speeehandthen The lowest estimate we have heard will doubtless in time reach its ulterior des
I whoclaim that free is not allowedat hate the Union that they have twenty-
!speech nor
that the herald should make
s given by persons who are most competentto tination. With these two main lines,
the South. We trust! Mr. Bisbce will be five hundred millions of dollars! of rebel
the occasion for
tfhcse! utterances
imputed judge, place the population at 2S5.000.) branches will naturally be projected which
allowed of such license undisturbed claims to be collected out of the .
a monopoly
: offensive imputation upon the mass of the One gentleman, who has given the subject a will serve as feeders to the main lines.:
: and The Democratic will I know how they have chased
: Southern people as desiring to visit with uninterrupted good deal of attention and who has a large never With the !business of the State concentrated
social 1 ostracism all who differ with them speakers with the consciousness of a good the negroes into the swamps with shot-guns
: poHitlcally experience in statistics, estimates: : 295,000.! on the seaboard as Georgia and Charlestonhave
and to of the cause! can afford/ to be more temperate, courteous and ostracised their neighbors stolen all the
deprive employment : concentrated theirs we shall have
and argumentative. ballot-boxes terrorized all the Republicans,
who with the The
, niegro votes Republicans. ANOTHER GRIEVANCE. steamship lines increasing their ships and

"Memphis Avalanche sensational: paper in ONE VOTE. When Mr. Bisbee, in a speech in this city, and committed innumerable! crimes. If they supplying rapid and cheap communication
took the Tribune and the Inter-Ocean
toy no means a representative Southern com- One vote in many thousands does not, seem in accusing the Conservative! party of hiringout for our products.:

imunity and it is doubtful if the imputed to be of much importance yet the curious I (,convicts\ raised his hands in horror and would know all these things but they don't --_ 4
.01 rlll Uio: In choir ignoranM.Two
flanguugo wu ever uttered. Thn 1jin ui o" hilly \>Jf Inol.L.f over il.v weeks and it will all be cold.
.Attributed to novo Terry, of "social ostracism held in the country, see\ that single vote has I unfortunate and have to work under fajor'Wysc more MENT. 'e.-
Men will eat drink and work whoever is
"for the white man and no employment for often elected a candidate\ ; and there I is no ," his! dusky allies cheered him in ns"tsent. The result! of the Indiana election is simply r
i President.. We will have IHoxham to
keepdown <<
) H he colon..., is doubtless a misrepresentation congressional year but what quite a numberof A few weeks ago, a Radical paper in 1 to make it at worst! a doubtful state. It !is
taxes and the State in order. We
I' of what he did say and the connection seats are carried by a very few votes. In 01'1111ImiJ, if the Conservative party got into keep as likely to go Democratic in the Presidential
will welcome with heartiness\ all who will
tin which it was said. lent Fitzhugh Lees what is called close districts, and pretty power, they would tax the ,dogs, and appealed election as Maine is to go Republican.The .
come and cost their lot with ns, and not inquire -
s fbas denied in into language attributed tot evenly balanced, that party which, by good to the poor men to oppose such a vote of theSouthern Statesof 133 I Is con
how voted and will trust to
they we
Jhbn. and we have no doubt that all these organization gets out its voters I U prettysure party. Now comes: another grievance ; a ceded to Hancock

Vquotatlons are incorrect. Hut, after all, if to 'viii.llverything. thief who steals and is convicted, is wickedly) Providence to overrule all things for our New York, New Jersey!! and Oregon: are

B'he Boston Herald wishes an independent : being equal in the way of deprived of voting by this same Conservative good. strong Democratic States and give 47 votes '
We hope that Hancock will be elected,
slid respectable journal to know the truth, getting out the voters by both parties in party. which will elect Hancock even if Indiana
because believe that with his election the
liet it ascertain the facts from reliable }.Florida there i is! clear Conservative major- When a party appeals for !support by such we California New Hampshire, :Maine.all doubt-
r last vestige of sectionalism will die out. We
I sources. A very little inquiry will satisfy ity of 3,000 to flooo, but this majority can arguments, I is there anything more to be ful states vote Republican

) > tthe Herald" that there is no ostracism. the be reduced I, and will be, if the Conserva said of their total unfitiK-ss to govern a civilized believe he is an honest, upright, good man, The Democratic candidate for governor in
and will make good President for the whole
fSouth shown to any one who fulfils the tIui tines sanguine of an easy: victory allow people. Dennis Kearney the Sand Lot Indiana was weaker than his party, in November -

bad but he is not country. __ ___________
i. ttiesofagood: citizen. Everyoneisatlibertytto themselves be lukewarntimd apathetic.The agitator, was (enough : so Hancock will be stronger than his!

hold and express his political convictions, Radicals. foreseeing this, commenced ,bad as these men who would make convicts THE PROSPEROUS SOUTH. party.

tto vote for the ticket he prefers without let early to organize and nominate, and have law-Imiakers.!! The Radical leaders must be The man whom Mr. Ingersoll describes as The congressional districts in Ohio have

or hindrance. Hut very naturally Southern daily given their work to looking up and desperate, indeed when they resort to such a well dressed sneer" Mr. Conkling attempted been gerrymandered so as to throw all the

. mien do not devote much attention to polit- taking their men to register. Following this arguments : non-taxation of mangy curs, a to depreciate the South to sneer at strong Democratic counties together in such

: meal emissaries who endeavor to excite the up they will look up their last man and vote free convict vote, and accommodations her poverty, to deride at her industries! and a way that the Republicans can control

t', ]prejudices and to control the ignorance of him. Conservatives should take warning for felons. to despise her power. The annual reportof three-fourths of the districts although they

;i fthe negro for selfish euda, who seek to sow and from this: time on work tHl every Conservative We cannot think that our people will en- the Georgia Central Railroad has just poll only half of the vote of the state. In

J r rstrife between the employer and the emjployed Is registered.:. There are probably courage such a party or vote for leaders who bl'en1l1atIe: public. Mr. Conkling would do Indiana the 7th district now claimed Republican

and to use the negro. Nor can they over500election\ districts! in the State; one advocate such a low order of legislation. well to study its figures showing earnings to was a Greenback district repre

fiook with respect upon people who consort! t'olein each would add ron votes ; turotes Whlltja)' you, gentlemen from the North the amount of over three millions of dollars sented by De la Matyr. The Republican

with the negro, gut up midnight meetings, in ('ndl'IIul.t add 1lM)1)'otes.. See to it ,' cud West, who have come and made your and expenditures of only half that amount, only claim to have carried one Democratic

1 tat, drink and live with them. that no ruler is absent, and victory is assured. 'I'' homes h'rt'l'iIl you give yourselves over to giving a profit of fifty per cent. If he will district. It is not probable that the Democratic -

The Herald. will find the respectable\ Republicans But if by any negligence one or more voters such men. to such a party No you will examine the balance sheet of the Augusta majority in the House of Representatives '"

: at the South }have no more tolerance fail to vote in each district there is a risk say, tax the slteep-killing dogs disfranchise! cotton factories he will !see! results nowhere will be much decreased.

for such people than Southern men, run ; a risk to be avoided. the thief and put to hard labor the robber else to equalled. The report of the operations ,

.and such are the men who complain of being Register and vote, each and all the murderer and the hou.me-burter.lilt. of the Louisville Nashville Railroad GR..f.ST'SHlSTAKES. '

:: ostracised. No resj>ectable' man who show a net profit of over 3000000. It was The Fowler-Grant interview has: been reduced -

attends to his business will anywhere com1 "THE REPUllLICAN ECHO. (J. H*. DI J'rs's LETTER. stated in a New York daily the other day, to its last and ultimate bottom fact. \

1 .)ain of ostracism.!! We have received neatly-printed! paper There i is! an old Juke about the Floridian that 500 drays were at one time standing in By reference to official/ documents every

f with this title, published we regret to who. when asked about the existence of
say line to deliver goods! on board of a Southern statement made by General Grant has been

CONOVER'S CIU "(JES.'f not in the interest of the colored race, !but chills and fever in his! locality, always replied steamship and yet Mr. Conkling thinks the shown to be erroneous except one, and that

1 Mr. Conover the candidate of the Republican It is edited and "no that there was none in his neighborhood -
Republican party. I ; :South: is to be vilified and insulted in the i is that General Hancock did command in

'for governor, has been before the people of conducted by colored men who represent a I, but they were "mighty bad across metropolis which its products and its tradesare the department of Louisiana and Texas fora

the State for their suffrage, and they have people who under ]Democratic administration the river" aiding to !build up. Six millions of short period. He did not get a single vote

eml\hatil'all'l'runoun't their verdict upon in Georgia, have acquired over .')500OuO} Dr. Davis has had the folly to write a private !- bales of (cotton very largely sold In exchange in the Democratic convention of 18
his claims to their support In 1M73 ho succeeded acres! of land and have over M.OOO of their letter on politics to an indiscreet friendat for the manufactures and productions did not remove the levee commissioners! ;

in obtaining the Republican nomination children attending schools paid for in large the North, who has made use of it to of the North indicate a business prosperity he did not telegraph to the amount of $100

for Congress in the First District! part by the ]Democratic voters of Georgia.No inflate the bloody shirt feeling. When that is not to be sneered at or under- about it ; he was not relieved from his command -

which embraceil the county where he assumed doubt the publication of this paper i is brought to look on the subject the Doctor valued by carpet knights like Mr. Conkling. !by General Grant ; he did not have a \

to live and the counties! where lie was instigated and the expense paid for by Republican makes a lame and evasive statement, and bee in his bonnet, but the bee was in the

best known. In that district lie the Republican otllec-Lulders.! If the Echo will says he excepted Jacksonville and Ktu-t Florida COMMISSIONER, OF IMMIGRA other man's (U. S. G.) bonnet.

strongholds of the :State.; The district drop its |polities and its name, and devote from Lis charge of ostracism: but the TION.

contains twenty-two counties.: )Ir. Couonr itself to the amelioration of the condition : charge i is! good! elsewhere. Now, as the Doctor The Ttlfphoiie: opens its: columns: to an The number of colored Democrats to ,!

obtained a majority in only two counties in of the ('Oluft'tIII\'tIIll', It will receive the aid : hu.s.0 m'lic'tno acquaintance with anonymous correspondent assailing our dale, in Florida! is 57 : colored HeluLlicant27UIJ3OcaJ up : .

the district, Leon and Jefferson! while twen- and 1 sympathy of the white race; but if it is i any other parts of the 'South than the excepted worthy and efficient Commissioner of Immigration
ity counties voted against, !! him, and he was to exist as advocate uf lladiealiMii in the jwrtiohs, with.what propriety could in a I loose and indefinite) and The Kejiulliaan we believe, is published '

defeated by a majority of over three thousand color line, Its fate i is! clearly fort-seen. It will I I he say : "I have no faith in the sincerity of the editor cooly invites the commissioner to I'ya colored Radical. The above figures ":',.

in I the district. Had he been running perish with the Republican hopes Novem the Southern eople in regard to the Union; join !in the discussion as to the |I'erf rmoll\'e show that at least nineteen-twentiethsof the ,

aid of its Radical will hate it and those who love it?'' That of the duties of his otiice. The conllllliuner's '
:fur governor in 187X he would have been ber. The supporters! they : :- Radical party are negroes. We ask: the "

defeated by 5,000'lItl'S.. If such was the be withdrawn when it I is no longer of serviceto I there was: no ground for such an assertion, time will be much better employed white(II eopleof Florida, native! or immigrant,

;popular verdict 1S73, what 1sssiblechance! I them, and it will go the way of all previous it would! be a waste: of time to prove. The in continuing to attending to the extensive! Conservative Republican whether they

is there for him in I""" o)? The total vote in I Radical plans to use the colored people election of Governor George F. Drew, the correspondence and duties of his .I11'e than are willing to assist in placing the State gov-

I 1873' for the I>enuH ratio candidates fur congress I and then drop them helpless by the way. appointment of Commissioner Seth French, in replying to the strictures of an anonymous eminent in weak: unprincipled hands and

aggregated! '?21211:? 1 and for the Republican The recent election in Georgia has already and the honors conferred on other men of fault-6uder, and the rnpondent of their 3UcM, )(t)) ignorant: aliies and supporrers.

candidates 17, :-7.? giving a Democratic given the coup de grace to Radical hopes in Northern birth! who presumably love the the Ttleplutne would help Florida more by Shall the 1SO.OOO white men of this State

4 -majority lathe State of 3,311. How does l Georgia and in a few short weeks the Echo, Union\ is a kurtldent! answer! to the Doctor I furnishing the Ttl ihone with practical: facts be governed by an ignorant mass: of voters,

)fr, Conover expect to gain the over 3.000 unless it changes its plans will I beau .Uto foolish assertion. Hut we must confess it is I about Florida, than by carping at those who the dupes of wicked leaders? We believe

vote* necessary to elect\ him, and with what and nothing more. discouraging t> the people of the South do, even if they occasionally commit errors. nuti..JrJi:1 ,

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A 1'lai1:1XI/11.1N.11180.11).: { promptly ejected. The basis tf a MibMantial I Itenl I'..fnft'. DRY GOODS AT NEW YORK PRICES:
1.radil'al'i service reform must f first
: : -- ---- -- -- '--- -- --
LONDON AND ITS rrni.ii' IXMUTUTIO.! AS be established' by the people in tilling the
THEY: AITKAKiaiTO: HIM. electiveolliees; if they fix a high standard. roll SALT: ."'1' 'Till: POITLAU IHIY <;OOI>S IIOGS1111':

) LONDON, August is, 18SO. of qualifications' for office" and sternly reject

It may le, interesting tosome of the corrupt and incompetent\ the result will -. t-

era to hear something alimit the city your of rl'llIl.1 I be. .decisive in !governing the action of the 44........,...............................,..................++ &; T. I-r-'TDD .=--
servant whom they intrust with appointing\ \ 1+ +r _t .
jl don, the most populous; city of the; world. power.-\\'. :S. HVNCOIH.
1 A lU'.siit.iiiM: : 1I0'1'1-.. !
There are few school' children but what

know t hat it i issituatcdon' I the river Thames, of I the t>o iicoplc NOT doubt' and' the their discriminating capacity: for intelligent !justice I. +4++............... .........................,...................+.. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HOOTS AND SHOES,

spannedbymitanyntagmiiticetilbriI.eSsPlendid \ H' f- eminent' and I therefore do' not Situated.! directly on the Railroad NOTIONS .\% I) FA.X'Y <;OOI>S.rpHE .
specimens' of architectural skill. Of these doubt the 1 success: of t the Democratic I ticket. .

the more note I are the London, the Albert, the Its !success would,bury beyond resurrection ++.................,...........,.....*++ : LAUOEST::\ AND BEST) STOCK TO SELECT: FHIBIT PRICES WHICHJ. (
sectional and hatreds
jealousies which
the Victoria, the Wellington and, the Black have so long been the chief! stock in trade of ........... 1: IN ONE: (OF THE: f fI :i: ........... CANNOT: BE: UNDERSOLD.:
Friars. London like : .1 of Ft 11. AXI) fl'I%'I'I:1t: JOODS received weekly.,2pr .
New York,is a COMIIOpolitan pestiferous' demagogues! and in no other I: ; 1'\ltT-IlH' FLORIDA : Large shipments
city, hut this does not strike' one so way It can this be so effectually accomplished.. 4uu..n: ..................................................+4 Wholesale and Retail. Orders by mail receive prompt attention.
would restore! harmony and, !good fl'l'linIwtw.t'll N.E.: : I'or. Centre and Third
the immense ,
forcibly, and various populations New York Otllce, f 1
all\ the sections and make us! in fact: { J..L' 'I'' fl v n 1 Fmianilin Jo'la.
being swallowed up in this huge city. as, well\ as in name one people.' The only For particulars: address ._ JM Walker Street.:, } I ___ !

But in the marts t>f commerce.are to he fl valrytheu would be in the race: for the FLORIDA) :MIRROR\ \ ,

found the business' houses of all countries I development of material prosperity: the eleration 53-tf: Fernandina, Fla. Sl\.NllO UN & IIOY1\
of labor, the enlargement I I of human
I -- -- --- --
in the world. Nearly four millions of souls
rights, the promotion of education, morality, Tin:: Fi.OR11).tLAND SECOND: HTnE'I"IUU:}; : CENTRE.WIIOl.KSU.E : :,
are congregated here in the streets of this religion liberty, order, and all\ that would
tend to make us the foremost t nation of the
one city. Nearly as many people ns there ( : AMI KKTUL
earth in the grand marvh of human lrn.gn'I.WII.LH't AND) IMMIGRATION L'OU''YOI.'FIHI :\
are in the E'lIIpiretale! of New York, with .
its great metropolis and numerous cities : : GROCERS SHIP CHANDLERS ,

They all appear to get living, and are apparently I EXPOSITION: OK LS7( -Wandering through
and the United. States section of this truly Wonderful AM DKM.KUS: IN
prosperous contented. 1 must!
exhibition, hyper-ornamented! ; 000.000t"'t'*
confess that I have not found, the EnglbhI.cople over-displayed' as the most of it i is, I came '" f *---* *. rI

the cold and brusque people' described upon an elegant glass case, whose modesty Of the mostACCESSIBLE I HAY | | C'OltX | I OATS | | IIKIC'K I | MMK | | KTC? |

by so many of our American writ- was the more conspicuous from its neighbors' .--. .--. .---. III .. III .. ,
finery, surmounted by the motto /1/1'/
cr9"but kind and obliging, disposed enjoy nk /V.rmi'a, and displaying, in neat packages ; :: AND DEHRABLKI.VNDS ) : ; ---

life pleasantly. Since I have been here, I the medical preparations( of the house

have attended, a regatta and swimming of Dr. J. U. Ayer it {'o", Lowell\ :\Ia 'i. I : IN THE A LARGE STOCK( OF I'ltllsii'l'IIIAL11'.I1'S: ON HAND.

match on the Thames. The boats were was aware of the world-wide reputation of 2..W.tr __ _
this eminent firm for the character I\IHIlJual. STATE OF FLORIDA) ,
splendidly handled 1, and the contests l were ity of their goods\ and remember! well their ARLINGTON NURSERI'ES.TItOI'U

exciting and enjoyable, but the cold watersof agents: in 1.01111011I'IH: :\l'w\ll'rry\ in :St. .

the Thames\, in a pitiless rain, made the Paul's Churchyard. Having a leisure hour, At only $L'1.: ; per acre to new settlers, with. .
I determined to examine the contents of this the privilege of selection in parcels of 40
swimming match a severe task to the --
eonte and I to the
case, myself! was surprised: see
tanK The pouring rain !seemed to makeno delicate perfection to which they have acres or more. These lands are located onIUlllI111jal''nt
.Vl.uml SEn1:1'Itol'I.t1: 1'lull'1'ILCES: : ,
to the line of the ,
difference to the crowd of spectators brought their household remedies.! I was

which thronged the bridges ; in fact, Eta chagrined have\ at home nt the the reflection most skillful that, while and Preeminently w. TUTS lu..1 iviit: : <;ui.i.smtinsmni: : roui.icix: IM.AMS.:

lish people do not seem to care for rain. the best! physicians: In the world, ATLANTIC: (GULF AND: } WEST I :: INDIATRANSIT : }
London can boast! of its splendid public these Yankee doctors distance us so far in : ('(.'S R. Ii? '

the line of popular medicines! fur 1 family use. MADE)): .\ :SPECIALTY<
buildings, parks and gardens which are laid NEW: : AND CHOICE; VARIETIES: Hnddod Orange Trees'
ThE'ha"t' the sharpness' to take advantageof
out on n magnificent scale, and!are the pride the high scientific! discoveries among u*, extending) from FERNANDINA: on the Atlantic -

of the city. The new Parliament building, and make ',ills and }potions as }palatable as to CEDAR; KEY, on I the Gulf co.ist, -
on the bank of the Thames, makes a 1< llcn. they are salutary. I was told\ by n leading:
the rerSend for Catalogue.
thus affording to producer cheap, constant Descriptive
druggist l In Philadelphia t that Hr.yer'g
dili AIJiuT: ,. WWKLiJ:
viewed from the river. Westminster

appearance manufactory was the largest/: in America, 1 and rapid transportation to the bestmarkets. !
Abbey and St. Paul's! Cathedral are /giving employment to hundred- 1 must go 1 tf JACKSONVILLE: :, b'f..880. .,\

fine structures. The latter thought rather to I 1..0'l'1alltl\ see it, on III)' way home .
The belt' of country traverstd by the Transit : -- --------- -- -- ----
-- ---
(urrerpondeure of the l.omlon'n( ( heavy in its appearance, but the Abbey, It. 11. embraces
built in the old Gothic is light ---- -- --- ------ ----
style, : very / J..a81.
,. and ItiiNliiehM" ,. ('.ard,. ].. .
and beautiful. The interior I cannot but _________ ____ ___ ___ H_ .___ ___ EVERY: VARIETY OF\ :SOIL: /
think i is rather than ornamentedby
disfigured Dr. AHTIItIK t.-'. FOKITENTIST >,
the monuments, mural tablets and me- THE'r
to be- found in the State, a large proportion
morials to public men, which occupy so :: ,
much and do not harmonize with the being peculiarly adapted to the culture of
Fourth St., bet. Centre and Alachua :SKMI-TKOPICAI: Fnrirs and Early Vegetables,
beautiful architecture of the building. 1 I FLORIDA MIRROR

hope our American churches will not follow 48 tf FEUNANDINA: : : FLA and The I-nnje, Onujuict W/r.i of Timber
make these lands worthy of VAKKFUL F.XAMIXATWX
the example.:
"". 1. H. c. nUn"I'; ;, by manufacturers!: of LUMIIKI,
I enjoyed a day spent in the Crystal Pal
ace. Its galleries, devoted to the fine urts, I / 1 ENEHAL CODIIIOXIEIlCIL'f: : : : AND

are filled with admirable specimens of statuary -&r.II"I'EI.A'ftII"-
and The
painting. royal aquarium presented

an interesting collection of the finny FKUNANDINA, -. -- KLA,
Purchasing! land From this are furnished
tribe, and the aviaries of the birds, but ]I company
'o'( r- looked in vain for the melodious mocking Hay, Corn, OntN. with entire free ]>a >nget>\\ the Transit
Railroad for family and I personal effects
i bird, to give me a sweet memory of home.
to the station nearest the land .
While line public Contracting and Iliillding.. I
passing over many ____ ___ __ ____
buildings, which I cannot describe for want u : COMPLETE: :, being derived by

of space, I must not omit speaking of Marl- O. N. OAKES, grant from the United :States; and (purchase

borough House and Hyde Park. The formeris AND WTILDEU, from the State of Florida.COItRESI'ONIENCI'. W O i1

the town residence of the Prince of Wales.I CONTRACTOR
: ) : SOLICITED.Descriptive .
had to content myself with only an outside I MANUFACTURES: hi

view of it, but Hyde Park is open to all o
MOULDINGS, BRACKETS; SAWED AND ) MU-S and ciitcTt.ms mailed on '
the world. The Albert memorial is a magnificent TURNED BALUSTERS, NEWEI.S; application. 'bb'E WO

structure, representing the five divisions STAIR KAILS, WOOD EAVESTROUGHS. : CHAS. W. LEWIS ;

of our globe in bold relief. The underground WEATHERBOARD-. SHEATHINO: LUlld Commissioner. _.. ''v'' J

railroad did not impress me as INO AND FLOOR Office cor. Beach and Seventh Sts.! r-<-f-7

being very bright or comfortable, and I preferred ING. 10-tf .. ._- : -

the surface roads: which are numerous
Stair and Church Work '1'ln.cueln..\
and well distributed for the public con _

venience. A SPECIALTY.
The Thames steamboats do not compare TOWS .
FB.AMES -- -=--
with our American steamboats for looks or DOORS AND WINDOW -

comfort. Owing to the numerous: bridges OF ALL SIZES."

commercial traffic i is much impeded on Post Office Box 174.
jan4 Fernandina, Fla. = ..-coo ANnJOB ==
the Thames, and lighters are generally resorted -
Town on R. It. Line,
to for receiving and discharging cargoes JAMES McGIFFIN,

; but London and the Thames is not And ('<>dar Key.
the principal English; shipping port. We COX I

hear very little of politics this side of the PRINTING HOUSE
Alachua Street, between Second and Third,
water outside! i of the newspapers. The Lib- ,

erals seem unable to do much in the way of FERNANDINA: FLA. Offers to Lessees! and Purchasers a large

opposition. It sounds to me rather ridiculous : distance number of the most eligible and desirable
r Orders and estimates from a care-
that Parliament should be having a fully attended to. 25-tf Lots, suitable for Business Purjiosc, or for

long and serious debate on the Hare and --- -- _- -- Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel,
'. City or Suburban Residences! ,
Rabbit Hill. But one is: often impressed in Hooks and Slutlouery.IIOIt.tCE .
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this country with the differences betweenthe IMCKW.Wholesale UPON I EASY: TERMS.
: "
upper and socalllower classes, the

latter seeming to have very little to do with and Retail Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to FEUNANDINA FLORIDA.

the laws or political affairs of the country. parties engaged in manufacturing or industrial ,
t-nterpriiM-s, who will erect on the property
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THE war for the Union was successfully And MUSIC, purchased) substantial improvements -
closed more than fifteen years ago. All
for residence, or in which to conduct: their
of share alike in the
classes our people must 59 WEST BAY STKET,
i blessings" of the Union, and are equally concerned : business.INDUCEMENTS: .
in its j perpetuity, and in the proper Having added NKU' TYIi: AM SKW' Vllt'MHKH: ; to our olllce, and! having
administration of public affairs. We are in JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. : : \U-U.\c..fH.: < ( I
SKILLED: WORKMEN: who know how to use (the same, we are now
state of Irofounll'cace. Henceforth let it
j ERS; by exemption for a term of years from
be our purpose to cultivate sentiments of prepared to do any and every kind of printing,
friendship, and not of animosity,among our taxation offered by the several cities and
fellow citzens. Our material interests, varied
gsrSehool Rooks uWYKX.Y Speeiallyt! tart, towns.! Apply to
and progressive; demand our constant! and
united efforts, A sedulous and scrupulous .J:ffOttlce('ur. Beach A 7th fib.. Ftrnandina.

s rare of the public credit, together of with awise 4 CLAnK, KMf( FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD,
and economical
management our
: ( to J. M. Cooper Si Co.,)
be main.
governmental expcnditurClshouloJ| !
tained in order that all persons may be protected DEALERS If! Seeds and ( uano I ,
in their rights to the fruits of their I

own indu-trv. The time has come to enjoy j-tr-Hrhool and MheeIIaneousue'1 ,. Gardeners 1 111 I 1 AM .N'eully and u<*, C'lieup a* any Olllce in Florida
A. the substantial benefits reo'iiciliation. \ <; Market
,. have interest Let rr-
's one eople we common
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:. ; ns", encourage the harmony and generous! l. ".
industries which' BUY D. M. FERRY & Co.'sSsFsFin
rivalry among! our own HOOKS! 9 HOOKS f ----
will revive our languishing/ merchant marine i
extend with foreign ) O f '- *
nations, ast.>ist our our merchant commerce, manufacturers 1 ljJ?
.. and prodncers" to develop our vast natural I I I I I I I I .

resources and increase the prosperity of our STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS OF fir JJun't send your orders" for PRINTING, BINDING and RULING to offices! out-

I.erple. bide the State. Orders for either will receive prompt attention from us. AtLln--
Public office U a trust : not a bounty bestowed For by dealers throughout FloiiU.

upon the holder no incompetent Cor. Congre and St. Julian Stj., Catalogue and price lid free to aQ applicant. I'LOIIIU.Voct 1\1111Uon.
dishonest should ever be intrusted
or with it, or persons if appointed they should be Suvaunuh, deorgfa. lddreN P. .. FEBBT CO., D)/trell, U.h. !> }' JUUl'lPJI.'u,

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AN AUTUMN PWTCKE. u1LICta: : nlC'IWTOln'---1: DR.\IWORU tX>fXTY.Omnty I jasrssui}' nf Jwr( -Walter C. Maloney, Jr., In the County. of St. Jolin- r) :\'giator t I

,uIV"-.T.. H. llichard t, rrovideiice.Clerk Key West.Collector. the Thirlv' irt t lHtorlalli-tr hC held I

t1nltNI SttitoM Ollloors.lfrj.iter -Henry F. York, Lake Butler of llcicnur-Walter C. Maloney, On the same ,lIn constitutiltg the i
Sky 1 deep, intense nml wondrous blue, LAND: OFFICE, G.HNES"U.I.F.. .s/m//, (( \\'. W. Tumblin Starke. Jr., Key WC'!
\\'hi1 clouds that sail the heavens through j -,\ A Hanies;: Gainesville.Jlrcrivcr .J.+II"IIII'/r f 1/J'CR-\: J. McKinnev Lake < ,".<-hw>t.i-J. V. Harris: KeWest. >' 7't'ntIi :el\t.rlli; acca"iotlrl District, Ins II the :
1'-ijIJI. I
mountain broad and
'AnI ,1'pciO' fair
: Hutler. : lilt thl'1'HII\ !
John ,
P. Uollii.!' Uninesville. 1aganWit') !'
v\ ith uaploortuta411trCseenIn hero and there among the greenA tiulrveyor-Gcnfrat' 1) Hall, Tallaha"! ('<,!"('ctur of J/'cIIIIC-\lfrell i D. Cone, bake X\: ".\l' COfXTY.Cunitfy tiu: of lh'u for, ,the I eII tit'. four, n'alit WI: the
liuilcr.Siijitriittcititmt. Senator: t.rll
glowing color, bright 01\l11'1Ire.\ DisTRICT CHL'ltT. I Jmlije/ -Hintou J. ]Itaker Fenian General Klectiou held on the'' "Nt t l"V! of .c.lw.Lf.. K.: Harrison, A. D.
Thomas Settle .Tntk nmille.Martftnl ilina.Clrrk first t [
: the
Jmljf- Starke. after 011of
-l'. \\ Maxwell Fermmdina.Sinriff .
Green fields. where silvery (' fade ; j
J, II. Durkee Jacksonville.
shale : IIltE\'.\its fOf.NTV.tCiiimty thl'Eihll'l'llh
) Peter I Cone. Fernandina.Atsnfnr coi.4ituting
With (cnttle rcstiiiR in the ; (7rrkI'hilip'alter, Jacksonville.INTKKSAt : "in'the County of ducal :
Far mountain*, touched with Iurplehll1. Jit,, : HKVr.NfK.CnUrftor :: :. Clrrk nandina.illirtorof. ) tit resig.
-A. b
(? A. Stewart, Titnville.Awwir \ fill tinvacancy occasioned \
That, like a veil I of morning mUt, -Iennis Etgaiiiackonwllt'] "(/' Tujrrt: -J. I D.) :Stelvart'I'itmv'ille.: ( \ licmine,' -Warren F.Scott.' : : Fcr nation to of lion .1. II nurkci-: who Ivan'

By gleam of "olden. !Minllfht' ; ki.s: ed 1, ('fH.UI.'TOWI: OK CfKTflMS. f'ltfrt'rnf I'c'reme-1'. '1. Platt, Lake Jc- nandina.Siiiiiriittfii'liiit. :: for.the terns '-f four years, at

Seems; but a breath of 1 by-gone days. 11)1111I'. llowcll 1'Vrnandina. sup\ Orange( : County.tilHriitr ; ff''chrxi4-\\.1. Mahoney, l'lt'dC',1:111101'the (nelll'ral t held. on the lint liu.s-
(Callahati. Eldill .\.
Ivlward, IIo ktii Jacksonville.John \ >i {> !>, lil
And clover which has }hloOlI1llnew dall, Like View. UK \Xl ROlVNTY. tnIIllr
!- House] ( St. I t '
Augustine.J. ;
Since shining scythes! did cut it through(, M. Currie, (Cedar. ]Key. rtvY rorxrv.Comity : Count!it ..1"liI'I I ll. Suminerlin:: II, Orlando: 'in i tea' (Countieof Taylor and laif.tycttt'' 'I ,
And corn ticld-j, with their harvest lair 'Icrl'-.J. District,
( I' Hughey. Orla 1Ie111. the :: :
\\ ]Peeler (ireeit: (.Cov ) constituting: Twdfhl'lltoril
\\\ ,
And the hill
olc1'n.rn.ll1p..n .'hrria1'-'rlutlnar, 1C, :Shine: Fort Veil..ftsr'sxr fora: \U'al'\( illll'll
And purple asters! blooming still, Slulo fliors.'' Springs.Clc'rk! .I ITt.rrtJohn C. Hryson, Haw llalol.t.I death ll tll'I M. ) .'. who
i the
And sunlight, ,melted' into air. XJC'Ttn J'lEI'\HnUOT.;: Springs: : : -O. 6\. P.uddington: (irecn: Cove kin'l'ine i |Iy w'n* elected, Senator: : )"'E the tern, of fol'
/lorn Rend doailnle. of i'rvtlt, Orlando) held.l on the
CnUcctnf I/'c-Xat.
%, (:iencral : '
unrrninr-((leorgp; F. Drew, Tallahassee. 8'W'-.Jallll'I! / ) \\ DcWitt: firein: Cove years at the Ell'diol ul Xo-
Sniifrintfinli'iit, ': //I/II.-.J"hll T. I Seeks,
1'miifcnt pro tent. r f SI'lIulcD.I liarne.s, :SpringH.Afti'txor:\ ) : of : first TUl'. 'III111'I'! the first Monday

WASIlIX07'OX .IS A\ .1 i THL ir/;. Tallahassee. nf! T+t.rtx-\\t i. ronway, King.i / ,ley, Fort 1 Ueid.: ve.nl.er. *: I

: f fFntary ):f .vt>itf-\\'. I n. Bloxtans'I'aIia.: Cijlrrtnf tf ]:,"mine_Win. :N<. !Pluinmer( T.\\1.lIlt fOI'XTY.: In the < '0\11' of lIilJlurolh,, ('Ol"tllt. :
General Wilson relates an account of nconversation : ,
nllll"I.I"X.] :
]111, "! with Mr.Cuitii) ;, from which ]hetftrtairied 'u"'JlI/'IIIl'r-C4llImIJ1ll! Irclv''I'allahasset'rrttotrrrVV'tiltier : MiiicrintciiilcHf nf Sr1"I,14r.r. P. Geiger, ,';'lrrr';i1/'I'liomasOstct'u// ; : : J Perry. :Senator: to lill the vac.mey occasioned: I l hr> I Hit?

rcmi'nis- / ( .. Tllllahll ( ''lerkJohn. M. Faulker, Perry. resignation i of Hon. J. T. Leslielio: wu"
( some !interesting) personal i : J Doling visit nt Alt'irHry-tiiirre"Fgr.'. Itaney:: /, Talla 1eLLifi1lvIIxT'. Siiju'riiitrmlent of Sch'iol.1 M. \ nllll, Perry 1.ll'dl'd I ,Senator for the.tern, lt' fur11, attheliciicral .
eeucesof1'nsliiugtnu.! a '
'I"//'I'/-I'I S. Stilton: l Election held on 11 -
basnet1.JmimitfHHicr. Countj : Perry. I I
Arlington 1force'irtinia, in I ls."il!, the writer CnitHtit ./IIdu")1. I vcs1: r., Lake ( 'ity. ( D. A. (Cov ] the first 1 Monday of November, A.
( ; ofl.lllld. Hugh; A ( 01'1\.', Clerk-John Vii.7a.it: .I r.. Like Pity( Iarh'errrgve-/ : Perry. iluy after
asked Mr. (Ctistis. I : if Washington could, Tullahassce.tfiiierintfinlftit! O>tl'itof nf JI'I'C/IlIf-.J C. t Calhoun. t X 7S.
Xlnr/( \\ !Perry, L-ike (City. I. ; of
r4 like Marshall! Saxe, break a lallri: hllc.', and "f public 1/.-lmclt.III-\\'. P. Awrttir flf Tiij-cf--L. 1\'. IJiveri. LaktCity. Perry.Afmmior. ,Ind In each. of I the; respective! Counties'
received I for a reply that he had I nu doubt he Haisley, Tallahassee.t' of Girt'-\\11t. H. Parker, ]Perry. the :State: I (ieneral; ; Ell'I'IIII. for its ('II"litl-

could had he tried, for his hand. wero thc "' // (1"1//111-.1./ J. Ditkisott: Talla L'ut/i'ct'tr/ of Tnjrfg/ Thin.V.: ( ict/cn, Lake ST. .'011:>;',. t'WXTY.f tin.ial. number il members of the (dcncral.
largest, and most: powerful. he hall ever seen. hL- sec.irrnmlxsiulsrr: : .\: City.Sniicrintcinlrnl \nJII/fIl.I/I.II"-: 1. 1 15.: (Cooper\ :St. Augus:
Mr.: 'uslis: ) then \cn'rallll-talll'l'wrthe! : ( i>f fill ni/1'rdhnt-Dr.I Sell / ofrt"luioln-Julius Potsdamcr, F.Wmbia: I'IIIIIthrl'I";: I
of which I recall' the fol Krencli Jacksonville.Sfl'Kf.MK. tine.CM :Santa<, Lost: : ; Bounty two;
general's !strength; ; : Lake City 'llartolo F. Oliveros! :: Aifju; lowhigCheu: Washington was:\ a young : "'nlt"l ('"UII' 10'I;
; CofltT.ClilifJiiftlcr nt vu. oi'srv.:; -A. N. I'neC'tII-t.: Augustine.A :
man he was present! on one occasion; as::! : i J.. Dunham, St. Inll11111: \' one;
K. ll J. : Jacksonville William\ McLean JackMinvillc.
Uandall A.
: : Count/" Jiitlye/ "
i "
I one
then the fashion ;
1 looker-on, at wrestling! games, \ : Augustine.: 'I I 111 111 .
.1 itc Junllci .1. Wcstt'ott TallahasSCI1. ;
*"lf jr., -
1 he, had Franklin one
Virginia.. Tired of the !sport' ; (county ;
; Clerk-Thomas II.; 1 Ituck tnan, Jacksonville: Collector :c.tIr'I'e'ur-Jeseph! : [ F. Llambia",
whern.he.itperusing (Calhoun ;
retired to the shade' of u tree, (
:1 .IssorbrleJmtr c-II It. \ValkenbuVg, Hhrriff-Uriah Ilowden.' Jack'onville.A :St.: ..lttgmtine.'rprrinh'nrb'Id: Jackson( ..lllIt.three 111'. .
: u !pamphlet' lill challenge ton ,, Srh'intu Thomas .\. Pa- : ;
\ : Jacksonville.'Urk Ltsr...,>r nf Tun*-]Daniel I' Smith. Jack t' ; :
bout by the hero of the day, and the strongest county one;
ccttl St. Augla.tItie.st'HTKIt. 11111'
< -(\ II. Footer, 'I'nikthasseell'Ik'I'IT : !sonville.Cullrttnr. ;' 11'1 1
in (lie state."Washington. ; county ;
t p declined, till taunted: with jriMiF.S.( nf Iet'i ie-Ilcnry[ A L'Kngle, rtit'NTY.luresq.J.i'lfr'IlenryS.l'asst'ly: ladsdcn; county, three; ; .

.1 the remark Unit he feared 1 to try conclusions 1'lrtt L'licuit-Augustus ]:. Maxwell, I'c.i-. Jacksonville.fiiiMrliitfinliiit, ( :: : Ll'I. IJ\ll'g. 11111111'. four; ;
with the gladiator, calmly came forward, sacola.Ki'condCifcnit. ; f' Xc/iw/.i/ -Albert J. Itns- Clerk-Thomas J. I Ivey, Lee.shurg.Sheriff : 11 'IIIII\; 111; ;

and, without removing bis. coat, grappled ; -I).ivid. S. \1'alker'Tallaltassec. sell\ .Jackson: yule.Iit -J. :S.: Dychc! Lcesbnrg.Awt ; Madison: Bounty" three:; )

with his antagonist\ There was: a fierce III.TIIX COIXTY.Cuiinty *,,r of! Tii.rcit Joseph Iutchin, Taylor county one' ;

struggle; for a brief !space of time, when the Third Circuit-K.: J. Vunn, Madison.Fourth : Jinlijf! )-Henry J. Stewart, Ja piT Lceshurg.Collector. Hamilton: county i\l; I
champion was hurled to the ground with / Circuit/ -IJ. B. Arrhihadd.kuk.iiii. ( 'I'rk-Hul'rl S.:: :Stewart: t Jasper.tfhfriff of Ifrreintc' -John ,,'. Dycbes, Siiwannce county two; .

eucli tremendous force\ as to jar the very ville. =JanieM M.[ ]Duncan, J.i>per.A Leesburg.Siiftrriiiti'iiilriit: Lafayette county= one;
i marrow in his bones. Another instance: of; fifth Circuit-James 11. JI.lwkill: ( :iainesville. *..,.*..,,' nf T'isc; *-J. T. Cooper\ AneriimCiillirtuf of .', ,/11.1.-11. II. Duncan) ( 'oluml>!ii: county Ilrlldnll"llly'ltrj:'(;

Ids\ prodigious; powerI'as his throwing the 1'rreniiiJ., P. 1 D.! ( iull.tread, Lake ( ilillin. .\ ( : ;
I Il
r stone UCM.S-J thc llappahannock at 1 Fredericksburg. Sirth Circuit; -II. T,. Mitchell, Tampa.Scrcnlh lienton. Columbia\ 1'uunty.ti1,111'rimirlr'tit srwXKB:; : iorxTY.County Levy county two;

a feat that has never been performed Circuit-\\'. Archer COl'k1101'11.: : / llt'.1! liiiiilti:...Joshua\ H. Kob-; Judy:-Michael I .\. Clouts: Li\e llrailfuril l' county two;
j I since. arts, Ancrt.m.Cimnli Oak.) < la)' county' one; )

Liter in life a number of young: gentlemen Court C'ultMiiliir. I I FIIN.1: :.1"1 19,1':NTi'; rirrk-Itobcrt .\. Iteid, Live Oak. Baker! county one; >.
I were contending at Mount[ Vcrnon in Nassau: : eonn'ty I two t ;; ':
] Live Oak.AiwcMor .
It. Sessions.
TlIlIIlIl'llIl'l'IT.Jo ,I"c//J-\\ L. rrtcrson I'rookvville. : "III1.iff-.1hll\ :
after looking / : four: ;
the bar Wellington, ,
throwing f 1i.rr.-\\ u. Sessions: Wei- 11'111'111'
forward 1::. J. Van... 13. !State's / '+ :: t ;'
I on for some time, walked !saying JudgeViii.; Taylor, born.Collector. .ollt 11111' "I";
( I"rl'-.J. ( P.rooksville.Sheriff : '
'.Allow me to try,' and, grasping: the! ** Attorney.! Law. \ o I I-Ia: ('0111' IlIl";
1"I'C/I//-loJ.l.rt: F. Allison I I
/ ,
.f.U. \I h'ldl'l', llrookville.Af : o
bar, Kent the iron flying. through the iiir .: I/'il/f' TermTaylorJ ( Orange county two; I'
Live Oak.Snii'ii'iiffiiilfht.
twenty feet beyond its former limits. :Still: : :SM!,I Mondav in April. .e"mir (f"'J'li.riK-\\ M. < !arrsi"n, lirookx-. ,! I I'utiiMin eonnty IWI'; I
of ,4'huob5-J. (O.) C. Jones ,
later in has career, Washington: whoso age Madison[ : :'id I Monday,\ in April. ville.Cfilh'ctni Lhc'llak. Mariou county: two; I, .''

like IL hl.ly11111'1': frosty: t yet kindly,' observed Hamilton, 4th Monday[ ; in April.Suwanncc 1. ; / of rrnnt'f./ \ ll. Townscndllrooksville. I. VOM'SIV Cf'fXTY.Cnntty 1111..1 1'"lIlttwo'; ;1
three of hlj workmen at Munnt'er- : Ift:, Monday[ after -4th outlay[ : : Ilcrna.iilo, eoitnty two;; i iIEihI iM it
lio.rf. vainly]; endeavoring to raise a largo: S/I".i"I'III"t of .s'/iW. -1 Dr. :S.: :Stringer: ; ( : Jtxl'jc/ -Freil. I. LiPe.iotiere. Knterprlse. 1 1 trough, county t'wo'; I

ftoijo..whe.l. tirc.llf witncsslog: their unsuccessful .Columbia! : ;M! >fon liuftetf 4th Monday Bro.k"villt, : 1'elkrntllmlyolx;;
t nltf.nfits. he ,put them aside, and, in ApriL ii ItL.litila111.11| || .rol-NFY. Clirk-John. \\ Dickins, Knterprise.) : Manatee (0'111' one; I i Ii
I : :M; 1 after Ith in .s'hrrii-\\.1. t Cone. ]Enterprise.: !: li.iile)
taking, it in his iron-like grasp, lifted it to ifayette, Monday Monday county lil";
/ I L. (
Ollwty.I"/U/-H. Crane'I'ampa.ClerkNeut. \ i iAnil
.I .",'. .'II"t', 'liu's-lhmJ.J1II1II' : Kichard-'oi, I'rcvard
u its place, remounted his: horse, and rodeo. April. (C. 1'rown, Tampa.tlifr llnlerprise.Collector : ('lllh' one;

..I J'hll TermTaylor !/ li. l F"iiae Craft, Tampa.Ae : Monroe_ county two.
u l Mondav in October. / of I:e'rruure-Johu" 15. Jordan De- the there will ho held
2! !
: > mi : lay
: !lll' 11
TIll LAXlt. Of' I'ALKSTIXK (nr of Titj-en: I L. ( !i. LeslieTampa.) Lllid.Snocfiiilenileiit t. .
:\Iuctison311IOIlI1.y: in October., in each county ol'the Matt- ieneral: 1 Election -
I'lilcst'ino bits in sackcloth l\I\l1 ashes.: OverU Hamilton, 4th )Monday: in October.Suwannee Collector{ of liereuuf-W. F. Bunts: : TamjKi. of .''/',' Fs-IIlat's: II. Chandler for <'metallic, : each (' being allowed ,
t> >rritteiitleiit! of X('huoln-II. L. Crane: ,
broods the spell of a curse that has withered : ; : 1st Monday after -1th Monday Tampa. lIlterprise.W.tKI'Ll.t\ : anil entitled to one Co'nstable: for
in October. ttaxrr. c.-crytwo hundred registered voters in the
ill Uelds\ and fettered its energies.Whfru J EE l Elt.ixcoia : : :
Sodom and lommorrah reared their Columbia) :2d Monday after .Ith Mondav' in foiiii/i/Jinl'jr, '1'. David, 1'rItlvferdv'ille: eonntv; I'roriil'-il, liweenr, that no county .
t Monticello.thcrift' .
Ju Whitner'
domes tan( '1'$, that(solemn sea now I IlIoofli October. : i=W.+ryr--A.1'/. Monticello.Clerk l. ...IC..ijW.; ; )H. Walker, ( Vawf..rdville..I hal have 111'1 than t velve'omittablrs t ; yet .
Dahl [bifayette.Sd: lifter fill Monday in llailey. eaeh shall he entitled to least I
thu in whoso: 'bitter waters 110 Monday l.'lak-Xllt, Walker: Crawfordville.Siijttrlnttiiileitt \ : county at '
living tiling 'xhts---bvrr whio wavelosssurdiceTthii : I October I. -\\ B!, Lunar\ Monticello.tfiiifriittentlent of ScIuolll-J! I L. Crawford : two ( :11..tal.ll'''', regardless: of the number of ;
/ of School: *-J. 11. I Christie 1 :
blistering! air hang motionlessundl Ful 11T11 CIKITIT. (Crawfordville., registered voters
clead Tulll1l1t whose, borders nothing .K.'li.' Archibald, Judge; :Satintel'J: Filllc.'rtatc' :Monticello.Cuuittif Ts'ttsilrr-N'. .\. \\'. :Simmons: ( tmnhTreasurerN'1 ]Duval, Crawford Wmmthl': L(, jlallrl of the :State: of
grois but weeds awl, scattering tufts of cane," :-: Attorney. Monticello.Collector/ :\ 1'tile. Florida, of .\. I ). 117 determine by a

amljtlmt treacherous fruit ,.hat lromlsl'sl'frl..hlllt'nt \> flrriny Term- Palmer )[ CI/II'I'/l/j'l/ 1"CIl/U'--\\( H. N'alkerCruw- vote oft majority all the It ciulerscieutcrl 1 c
to parching! IIIis but turns to ashes Sf, Jolm'tt, ::1 Tuesday 1 : ill laJ''h. I ticello.Aitftsor\ of 11"1"J""l'h\ 1111I fordville.Ae. to each Il the houses Ihfrlof, that i is necessary
I XII1II\TCt1lK forlorn. About 4th in March.[ Tiisc (! F. : (Craw : cause a revision of the entire
: at the toOl' I. Clay, Tuesilay of 7il.rC'R-J. 1'. ( iranthani Monti-[ >inr of *- eo. Itcgister,
u\\. the //'aril of Jordan \vherotho: hosU of Israel BradfonU 1st Tuesday: I in April.IMcer cello.\ ford"iIIl'. ('II-dllliol: tit'said State, all did enter

iiitoreft that Promised Land with songs of reJoicing A\\ Tuesday III April. -. :such determination upon their rC"lel.t\'e
l.VFAVKflK: fOl'MY.
;QIIC1 tlmls only ft squalid camp of Nassau, M 1 Tuc-sday April. (' \th.t'rUI'tt.uu'u' ts. journals with the yeas and Hall'T'll,
I -1 fantasua: lU-douins'pf the"Jesert ; Jericho, Duval, :M Tuesday'in, Ma\t[ -. ('oidq.idae-\I'. J. Dixon New Troy __' :_u_____ and did refer the !same to tl Llgl"ltIT'
tho ccurseil, Jil.'lIa mouldering' ruin today, Full Term- \ 'ISt ,"'/"rirf( -J. J. Johii!
even tu Joshua's miraclo left' it. mora than John's Tuesday in Fepteintcr.Clay ('/
;, throe} tlfcmsand years ago f "Bethlehem and 4th Tuesday September.:: -J. C. 1'amsev:: : NewTroy. to wit: the legislature of A. D. 1 Is7!>, did, by
humiliation\ / Hetbaiiy, Irt their poverty and lirndfonl, 1st Tuesday: in October.Haker I 11'II'l'r
have nothing\ about them now to remindunerthat { 2d Tuesday in October.jNassau d"III'1 Trrnturcr-J. J. Painter, New Troy. : house: thereof, agree to !such proposed! revision
they lIlIl'O.knew tho high honor ofthofrwiviour's 3d Tuewlay (October.' (Collector. of: I.'c'CIlleXcwtoll1'1':: New KNow: YK:, that iI'. I D. 11LOXIIAM, Secretary ; andtvhercattheI.igislattrctit' 17!!) did,
hallowed Troy..IWJMW. of :State; of tho :State; of Florida, do by re.solution: duly : recommend
presence; tho spot Duval, 3d Tuesday in November.nrr.i passed I to the
where shepherds watt'/lcdlthuir/ flocks by ':f T'l-ren"'. \\'. Cottrell, New hereby notify all and singular the :Sheriffs: ; of (electors of |lie next ('I'I.tol for the memhersof
"Peace riutriT.James Tro '. the several Counties of the! State: of Florida, the legislature for,
; night, and where t thu angels sang, on ) t tl vote or against
} earth, goodlwill to men,', i.s untenantctl' by 11. Dawkins: Judge ; 'IV. A.Hocker, i.rox: : ('til':NTY.uurhl that ( 'oll\'ntiCn, and did therein provide and direct .

anj'* living creature, and unblessed by any S>licitor.Sunitcr ( Jmljc! -II. C. Uippey: \ Tallahassee. .\ General Election that the Secretary of Mate should illc'ur.IHlrlf" -

feat uro that is pleasant! to the eye.Jerusalem -j'ril/U Tfrlol- ." heri-.1( \I"dl" ', Tallahassee.Clert | with Illil'l' of the (;icneral Elec
: itself tho stateliest: name In history : :: :-d Momlay[ in March.[ -(C. ,\. llryan.\ Tallahassee.: : Will be hl.T.lll1 each County in Florida! tl he, held in the year 1SSO, a notice of

has lust all its ancient grandeur, and is Marion, :M Monday[ in March.Alaehua [ .'/ /' .rlntenileittiifSctintili/ -Henry[ N. Felkel, such recommend.ition, with proper' in-tnic- '
becomo: u pauper village;'the richen of Solomon [ tat Momlay after tth Moiulay[ inMarch. Tallahassee.Treasurer: ON TUESDAY: : ;\ lXTlTCI'II: : : : C TIIK: tinny us to the mode of compliance with

are no longer there to eolupeltheadnli -J. L. Dcmilly. Tallahassee: : FIRST MONDAY NOVKMiuu. such recommendation;
wonderful IA'VV, :%l Mondav[ after IIhIollllar inMarch. IS Xoit', therefore, notice of
ration of oriental queens 1 ; the ( (J/lt'rtm"if Jt'I'I'/II/1'-l'. Pearce, Talluhas.see : A. U, such rceommend-
1 temple which was: the pride and glory of Israel ,- 11: at ion I i'l hereby given, and the following! insStrllrtions

I. id. gone, und tho .Ottoman, cre&ecnt U March.I'ntiiam 1st Tiies-day after 1st: Mondav[ in .AsMwjr f Tnfe -ll.: A. Shine Tallahassee. The said Tuesday being the second day of are= hereby i\1 as to the modeofeonipliaueetvithsnch

jrtVil t above tho spot where, on that most Full Tc'rm- [ said November, rc.'c'UllIIl'nllaton:
inomorabla in the annals of the world, ""'"' ':-
day I. forXTY. l..t.I.'ll''ICr
f October. ( and Lieutenant (lovernor lt lud1
: Siimter, 1th Monday[ : in For a iovernor \
they re/lretl/ tho holy crust Tho 1I0tl'l1l'L: Marion[ l>t Monday[ after 4th Monday in County ..Tlltli1t'I, I H.[ :Sebring: Hronson: ; : : of Florida and for Four Elec have written il otlllil(Convention, shall
of Galilee, where Roman fleet4\ once rode at October.Alaehua. Clal-J. M. Baum, Brunson.filierijJN'.1).1 : oftltlte. 1l ti 1 t (1 f the or Oi tl same ballot
anchor and the disciples\ of the Savioursaiied tor 111,1'il'l'1're"hlellt (Ill which the II (fthe'I I,
; u or
Finlay.son. Ilronsoii.AsxfMor : 11 1' Pl'Oll"ltlll
:3d I Momlay after Ith Monday[ ill : United l States:: ; fur for
deserted : ollice
llll their : was long ago \ any or upsets at said elec
ships October. of Tiure; *-J. M. Willis, Hronson.Collector : For one 1 Representative of the First Congressional
!by the devotees ot war and commerce, and Levy 1st Monday after .Ith Monday in 1:1'1\l/ctl'-.Ioll11; / I'. Mcrcw[ : District of Florida in the Forty ton' arc thereof written or printed, and on the same
its borders silent wilderness: Capernaum as such names
: are a ; November.I'utttam Itronson.SiijieriiiteiMlciit. are written or
of the States
is shapeless' ruin Magdalo is the home : .. :seventh Congress ; "Tinted I, and not on the other !side, the words
u ; ,.dwuI4-Jo", Shands:
of : ,
of the SecondCongressional
:'Jd Tuesday after 1st Monday[ inDecember. For one Representative .For "
Chora- u
\ lcth.aitU! and ,
of the 11I'b"l.turll1':1. )" ; llronson. lul\'lItiol; desiring -
District of Florida in theFortyseventh 111111\'ll..tur
r'm ha'c'lnl..hl',l f'l)11thl' earth, and the t.. \ against sm
M\l lMi\" COl'XTY.County of the ( States.And .
SEVENTH:: :: ClKCl'lT. Congress 'lIil'l Ihal
"deserf place* round about! them, whereUitjUbaniU 111\1 written or printed on' such
; of men once! listened to the Saviour's Williamft'hl'f Coeke. Judge; A. St.: Clair- / '-K.: Witherspt[ >on, )[a,1I- on the same en a (l'nl'rl El.tiol the side thereof above prescribed, the words

1 voice and ate miraculous bread sleep Abrams: Io'tatl"1tttornl' '. will be held 'Against: a Convention."
son.Sheriff. U. \\ llar.l. Madison[ In the County of Kscamhia for a Senator
is inhabited Nothing herein
solitude that is
in tho hush of a Sjl'ilTc.rt/ XOT- intended to -
t'fITI'-J'IIIII I. Ueggs: )[IIIIi"olSltlwrilic'I't'lit from the First Senatorial District ; prevent
only by birds. of and bkulking foxes. Volusia, 1st in any elector who may desire to for
prey : : Monday May. '/I'ICI-I':. S. In tho County of Jackson for Senator vote
nf Tyner
Palestine is desolate and unlon'ly.lIll : 1 or against a but
Itrevard :M Monday in May.) Madison.Cuii from the Senatorial District CU'tlIton may not intern!
Third ;
'why bhould it be otherwise Can the curse : in : : to vote for | for
Orange" Monday May. icni011. any office, from
it t fi Trnistirer::. :S.: :Smith: Madison. In the Counties of Calhoun and Franklinfor
of Deity beautify u land? Dade, L'd: [ June I \otmgonthe but
Monday in CJn.'ntol no
the Fifth Senatorial District
Palestine is no more of this workday Fall Teroa1'olusia,1st- Collector of Ilcreitue/ M.[ II. .Warring, Mad- u Senator elector is to be tl Ilultoll than ,

world, It is sacred to and traditionit in November.Urevard 154111. ; one! ballot on the pleaof 10rc
poetry Momlay I voting fur both
Mad In the of Liberty and Wakulla Kr-
jxseSaruf Taj-eo 1\\. Wutlsworth
Stills for
llrl'am-Ialll1.-J//Jk Tu'uia.TilE 2l11\10IIIhL\ and for
-I it is: a !, November. ison. for a Senator from the :Seventh: Senatorial : ,11'l or against a.Conven-
* Orange, 3d Monday in November. ion. one ballot should be
\SATKE fOfXTY.: District: ; from each elector r'dn'll
. Sfntlael Dado, M Monday in Dcivmber. In the of Jefferson for Senator at such ll'l..tiol.
Lemurs ((10\\11)) a Republicanpaper County
I. (baury.Jnd,1e'--1, :. M.[ firaham. Manatee.Clerk 2.1 The votes east on question \ \
\ one from the Ninth Senatorial District :
totves the
negni ctUl.t\on-or ; be hal
-Holn-rt: :S.: flrirtUh, Manatee.[ \'I'.l 1 and dularatiems 1 amid .'
phase! of it-as follows. Tull.l.e. might take ('utility Olllt.t'rlii.[ Sheriff Win. C. Havman. l"ine' Level. In the County of Hamilton for .Senator. thereof 511,11 1,0 ,made i bv the : and

a*point The.: nigger from ,it with benefit : ALACIirItH'MV.. \ A'SI'IISllfIf. Tuxts-Win. F. Parrisb, Parrish. from In the the El'\'enth of Senatorial Alaehua District for a Senator; by County Canvassing hoard 11-1'I..tol

f UThe everlasting! nigger, is at the front County Judije-Junius ('. Gardner, Gaines from the Thirteenth Senatorial District; at Canvassing the Board il the same manner all i
[ Carlton saute times
Collector of 1:1'1"t'1I1arloll C. ,
ville. l11"t for
again. In the County of Bradford for a Senator fur office ti'ClI.s person
office. (/c-rk-J. A. Carlisle, Uainesville. ; l'inl! LevelSilurinhndrnl from the Fifteenth Senatorial District at aid .IN.tol and requimlbvCa"l } ( i
Demanding ; .
The nigger's highest Ic.ll'lIf: \"illi1)'rt)' Ii Sheri,jr-Jt>hn W. Turner, (tiuinesulle.AMe ; of ."l'hQIJJ" -Felix J. Seward, In the County of Putnam for a Senator lie (', al.l r.tuflll1 I

To have uu ollioe. mr of 1lrt6-J.: M.[ Doll, Gainesville.; line' lol'\'l'l. front the Beverteeuth Senatorial District ;iII 11 attention of hltllr. Ii (' 1

The nigjjer's eternal chatter I Is tll get {Ll'rclurnilfrnu4tr--i' J. 1 p. Tbomus Ciainesville. m \KIOX t' V.TY.County the County of Marion for I Senator I ;liirll he them l'allSl a notaco of salll !s bt
.1"tIIf'-J. M.[ MfInt h (O,nla.Clrrk publishwl] il' a I
Protection from government, : from the Nineteenth Senatorial District ; IIelwstaler
.. printer) in the
Bounties from the government, and .uiH-rintfitilt'iil nf 'ho/.l-O. ,\. Myers 1 -ll. "'. Long IVal.1.: In the luulltie of Dade and llrevunl foru I the county, if (litre IJ u taper) il b
34 Office from the government. (Jaineoville. tti..ff-I-'. D. ltnk.tr, Ocal.1.Atfsofof Senator Senatorial 1 lishtd'IUlt ; aural if there IK r ''inb. b
the'wl'nh-.trt him the
( caU l
It U about time he was given to under JI\JotR "X>rXTV. : Tiurrt-Thomas litrco, Cotton District I ; i>' of IIInty this! thl.'lhaU' at E'U.t v
stand ('v/tIIl/J,1C1:1J! Iht. H. Herudou.Sandcrsoii.Clerk : IMant. In the County of :Sumter: for a Senator 111rt ecopieH notice to be po-tel: in the a

That he was created by the RepublicanThat -.V. J. Tons: :Sanderson.Sheriff CW.T.Iof lc'I'IIIIt'-I.'rl'I.'ril-k N. Foy, fl'.1 the Twenty-third Senatorial District ; public Jx 1.1.'l'll Ju the county. a
: -J. C. Williams, :Sanderson.A : eala. In the County of Walton for I :Senator: 'J'IOX'IE1:1)F, I have here v

1t That he U expected to protect him.self.Ti fitotof Tiuet-ll: (5. 1'I ,'n.oJlan.: j*:Huirriiiltihltiit of ScHmJi-U.: ('. Martin[ from the 'r\\lh'.tnl Senatorial, District : unto UltO my hand and have here n
Fort Mi'(' '. und Manatee for I affixed the Great Seal of the
cam his own bread: unll butter, and 0) In the ( {I State
vf /: _Ituhurd MOXKOE: :: nll- T\ Senator the Twenty-seventh S.ena- ? Florida, at
That: It l I. Mt duty (' Kenne.lv. fl'I)1 [ti ,.] the Talahasbcl i
To vote for the candidates of the Ilepubliu : J.Jrhnllll' nl/w/y JUfIJI'-f'hai. J. Itjron, Key \\\'!>t. tonal District : .\ Capital t. D.that IN. fourh ) 1tW
iiarty.'eveii: )*i>i>erint
\/ the ask or hIIIlfl':: ....At'rif-HkbarJ Curry, Key West. troiu the Twenty-ninth) Senatorial District ; :JtJ -t''rl.'tarr::1ILOXIIAM.of:-tatc: u,


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I TltE, SOU1'1IIW.Il.mnlC.IS."i.( I Union mid hip great public serviceand 1 h y GEOtltlU lI.CT1U. AGlltCVLTVllAL. the fibre commenting upon the f.irility,
the firmness' nIHII.unl\ hi. private char with which I('ni bo.II'adl'l Mr. Henry
WRY AM. MI.N": \\'I'rttS'' 111 1H:1t\ : To lol acter."o confidently: believe, that his cloctlnii THK t"ITIIS: : tt'R'-I.: : A. Chnpin, a largo manufacturer of Spritnitield -
'x' AM II I1 TIIT..M 1 WI 1.1. VoTI..NH: WOliK: to the Presidency. : i I" the Mf".1 t and,l simMmeani ( t The following table shows the majorities, lUJ; .vrn/itr. ,1. In"', writes that the white Mock i ispronounced
Foil JIvNOKK. of removing all remaining obstacles!I The New ( )Irh'IIclwr': ) says strong by the most t
I experienced
'At n conference- prominent' :southern; to the perfect a11t11'I'al'l.full''lahli..111II1'1I1) I of otllci.ll: and 1'11 I lal.I, of the candidates I demand: has recently sprung up for rice makers to be the best, stork rrol \\ ,1'\1: \ .
I re-construetion the basis: of freedom flrgovetnor nt the election' held on Wednesday fibre The yield of \\lnt-
j Republicans, : hell in Washington: the tllow-\ I | stated that rice straw brings as C'cr 1.rmll'I1
Ing address! i indicative of the feeling among I nlllll'"lili'all"ll1alih'{ and of restoring; com- in the '-ounties I 50 r.L heard from. l1'tlI stock is very IlinL about seventylivepound
.4 the class of men who stood, 1 by the Jq'lIlt1i.: I plcto reconciliation' and I confidetux- between The estimated majorities' are designated by | high as fllrh'C1 dollars per ton for feed for troll one 11\.11'1,1, }jMtundH of crude
I can party in the South ns long! as they considered all !sections of the country and among! :nil I !''llk That i is particularly; ( suited for fibre, which i is about twenty-live per "'t'11ttturr

it entitled to 101'11\1'01'1,111\\ \ in the face classes nf the people.' The Southern {people :n': \nintitt\ ; .. ( J'oruonl.1II hordes ami cattle 1 I is easily 1'11..1, :1.1 than obtained' from 'jute butts.: 1 I'nl
would{ then divide other i issues! with h//li. manufactured: at *:\( in
of popular opposition\ wn+ prepared\ nnd dircctecl upon' be in :" ot \ : -
to be issued, : no regard to race distinctions, and, there Pliltg............. :":\\U i) ..... 1':1 packed I large press: ::1111.lh.llke eluding delivery on 0"1 ,!
1'ft 'The undersigned having earnestly supported \ would soon I ho established : lormal'nlll., ll.iker................ :ttatltaltlw I ...... hay Attention has also h"I'1 called to it (Our) informant is convinced that Ilie stock
1 the Uepublic-an party ine-nrr.vingou( ( tion of political sentiment : nli.HlI'Ol- iu ............. !IIH: ..... h)' paper manufacturers: who think it 1':1 needs only lntrl(1urtinntnd, : n market: lo su
I the principles of the I lecoiistrnction mcas! ducive alike to thointere-sts! nnd happiness: HanksM.irtow............... ..... ...... be of t for; the manufacture of persede jute\ butts, : ns it can be, according to
tires of congress: : in t the Southern I :Walesi'cl/ both races and to the jt1'11'rall'wc and welfare ............. ..... tilts; Ila.l. u e paper. nctiial pficc-s, IlIt1lollhl' market: nnllratcr;
coitstrainelby. the present\ situation in public of the whole 1 liorrioti.............. ..... JSHibb | fifty "Ilt. jute- wood,l or
affairs to state\ some of the grounds npoi'( JOHN Pool, .o" .I'1 S. Fowl.nt, l ................. .Tto ..... The 'h'Illf, rice culture in straw I is estimated straw.l 1'1:Some: manufacturer+, wo are told 1,
Which a change i in the )party character uf 1)txut.l'1LEM. : : 1 1S, : II. l KMIIKV, rooks( "............... tit.. at tons per acre in Louisiana, have: declared: it mm h !superior' to jlt.and
1'.11 .
the lIatll'lIalllllIllIj.tl'atloll' is demanded\ )1 (!I. Itlt.KY, (;iPoliCiK: : "' .U.\\I- 1V, Hryan; .............. ..... 4. i: it is asserted that \il.lll'l I I I' (quality
There-construction; measures: wereprecip- :SOLOMON: Pool., "-.1 .\. (;ifllTtlRIK:, l to noel, .............. 3llurkc ( ) ..... all it I is valued at an average of ten dollars of book }paper.

i stated, upon' t the :South: I in a time of greatjuio I JOHN TVI.KK: l;. I'. PiiFirs. ............... ,VJi'llutts ; ,..... per ton. A hay press! for baling it costs: The estimated cost! of a factory with cnpacity : -
lie excitement. TIll'W'I' to subvert idea., At.KX\M: Whirr: ............... ...... ..... about $:{_'. and one press will bale eighty for minuf.icturinT: : ; ten tons of 1.11 in
habits und conditions' lived IIhe, Us.ig( e The i 11'r"II the above address, arc :ill I Calhoun.............. ...... ..... bales day; twenty-four hours has hl'l'l 1'lllllall'.11I1
And experience of generations. 'This: was: tll men of note. :I r. .}..II Pool, wn+ UnitedStates (Clinch................. l.vj ..... : $:".I"1(1.(
be done at a time ami\ under circumstance Senator 11'01 North Carolina: from ('::1 ntl'l.............. *:illl>i ..... The subject is worthy of attention by our 1'1 'ltra. it costs' about $H(> 1'11 ton to
well calculated produce most serious np 1M>7 to I lt 7.1. II. Joseph S. 1'owler wa (':1\11'1 l ........... !!!>: ..... pllh'r: who may: thus be able to introduce wood pulp II' the l'onllitl"l of rendilu'ss -
prehension. The elislYniiehisemcnt I of I the United States Senator Crom Tennessee from (' 1'101. ..... ........ ..... ..... profitable industry and secure a }for being submitted to tine chemicalprocess
principal' I property-holders, coupled with I he I toast to I, 'l it Ir. Daniel (Colt-man, of North I '' .;.............. !>I" ..... :market hole that i is tllll''on.ltol( in which thebagasse
the lumber
enfranchisement of the whole body, of for Carolina, wa' Assistant, Postmaster (lencral; t'hrlol............ "SMi ..... among and logging is ta k"1 t.I' mi. The rest t of
liter slaves! to be put into operation in the under the :administration of 11 r. Van 1'urcn.Mr. (.hlllll1............. ..... I W2 I camps which use so, large a quantity of the whole chemical process '" then to be

midst of a disrupt' condition of O"C\'II- James I Kmbry; of Kentucky, WI'atone ( .hnlhollhl.I........ 'Js | ..... Northern hay, costing i 111'1 over .*JO(I per Incurred.The .
Aleut, alarmed the most thoughtful nnd )patriotic tile on the bench, and aflcrvvrrds: be ( a t t u nga............ >:M .... ton. .\ press could be made to bale Ihl'trw facility: I nnd rheapn'sgw'ilt\ } which thc
citi/eiis. Thoughtful!; men had expec ('nlH the law partner of lleverdy Johnson Cherokee( ............. ":'ion\ ..... bagasse ('al 'be turned into cnno fibre : the
". ted gradual and carefully tested steps' In and Ix- enatlr. lloolittlo, forming; .the law (Clark .............. 110 l I the adjustment of matters so vital to the linn of Johnvm' Ioo1ittle \ Kmhry.: Mr.Wm.d. Clay ....... ......... ,Ill I ..... sugar-houses\ to I the It'lltf the
t peace' and equilibrium of society.lint Riley was.Judge, of.III .llli- ('lavlntt ............. ..... ..... \ Hit."' .I.V/I SOUTH EH: \ { machincrv. and the cnn' news! to
'.' the alarm and opposition' were greatly cial Circuit in Virginia, and 1'rc:-i.lcut (Crawford!............. ..... ..... 1'MlMS IAT/M.STii>. 1'11\1'1: transportation: \ for the Irllllle.( ns ni
'. increased by the disgraceful\ I and. rccklesconduct District ('ont of Appeals: from K.(;! to l i'3: ('II.h................. :\ioo) ..... .\ .\ i Kansas !Migar; plantations are (/
and held two important consulates (' ..... 1 \ 1:1111"1' writing fl'tllloll'lth'lIl other navigablestreams
of of the leI'I'IIII-IIIIII'II.II',1: ; \llh'rnllIl'ral Mississippi: or : ;
many ) to the : ( .
,,' with the execution,, of this new order of (; limit's; : administration. )Ir. (nl'O! ( .olllitt., ......... ... !I" ...... I have ..Ittl.l"lk (England,::( :farmer: wIII.1,0111\ to this industry ns on: 1'11 of
things! This conduct inflamed prejudices' Williamson, of 10nl.lala.( was appointed ............ J.TJCovveta :I ..... iotueantltalkt'(1\ with\\him walkedover nt promise of wealth to Louisiana: /\1.1 is
and provoked) conflicts: liistcndofdiscountcnanctng United States ) CelllrllIII'lic .............. l.iio.'l' : ..... his 'hards, and meadows ns we startling to think that raw material enoughto
the misconduct of these' personsby by President! Grant; ; and served, until about, l Dado................ 1 1fM! ..... his barns on and his lots and 11,1 v ieweil make I.I!IMH tons for }paper: Mock I* wastedevery
its restraining attention the national l administration n year ago W"I'I he 11 1IH'I1 1'er.'oloulon iVuvsonPocatnr: .............. ...... ..... have: solved the cow how pig helives st.vcs. 1 \'a. which, say at $10 / ton, which is.I
Pool Professor of in the .. .... 1'74DeKnlb Irohll'll "I : i than itherfibrew oilldndd 1 MoooKK ,-
has continually' extended t tll< was .. .. .. .. It I is not ; his 1,1":1 : any ,
them special countenance: : and: favor andjhnsrepressed l'ni 'I'tih..r North Carolina, and was afterwards ............ ..... 1 1 think easy 1,1 any means and ( ) a year to the riches of the Mate.Messrs. .
the exertions!l of the more worthy President of the university for severalvcars. PodgePooliy, ........ ... ... ..... ..... sons follow, in t his are not content generally to Thayer ,V I Ltiugn, who arc working
) and judicious supporters of reconstruction : Win. .\. (;iiirthrie I is n' prominent t tlW'I'r i) \ ... .......... ...... ..... into footsteps', They go to sea, or I the appnrattison{ ': ; Jl r. Story's I !place, ore organ'
We deem it !sullkicnt, simply to state the ; and p"litlcal in North Carolina. \llglll'I'I') .......... 1,017 .,,.... "UIII'I"distinction.( or go \1'1 the, or seik professional i/ing a stork..on1l1u1y, with a capital of$75HKi ,-
I facts, without indulging III any warmth oexpression '\' .I ., III \lrlIillla. I is he( 1'01 ofPresi41ilt'I'yler. I).1H.la.-I: ............. (V.ljatly : !i ...... hard I"ti f.irmerdoes live ( to work 11I1-I'II'rl'rbe: U larger seal.
by nnd l
or referring in detail either tithe ). 1 Phelps' was a ................ K:;! ..... both' \ork11"11'1'11, Ilrif.. makes what they han..I"11 up pit-sent{ time
repeated, nets or to the general spirit aid : Haves!I elector, for the state large in Virginia chos! |+................ ..... ..... little.'! 1'1,1"'It 1 i is 111,1 now with 1.1 hard lays climate up being but a little more than experimentalWo
loli'y.by which the present nnd precedingadministrations in l 1S7< and was a lay delegate from EIII1h:11: .... ......... 117 ..... a soil a struggle he : are Informthat)! Mr. Hen Story, who
I ) have made the lIIalll I'1I11'lIt the I"tltl' of \il'gilia to the General C.llfl'I Elhll't .............. ...... ..... 1\.1 his modes strong of hit would B111glliers.I'itiht/ : has; 1'.lowllh)' I'\p'ri IIIII t and 1 the working -
:. ot reconstruction curse to the colored: race ence of the lllhOllbt Church which met inCinciuinati Elllalld............. ;:!!Hi; ..... :South:. in nil industry I the not syuit |the| nppal'lll1'\ closely 1'101 thebeginning .
nor most
as well as to the white people of the :Southern : .' last ;1:1'h'x.. White i is an eminent 1"Hllil ............. ..... ...... ,respects ,learn econ h already ,''' '\ for n large
1' States.: lawyer, residing in la\a.: Texas. lie 'a vet to........ ....... I l.ViMoytl :; ..... omilalllll'I'IMIII. wll yet h we may h,, :lnll'tlllI/ amount of t the capital stork The Sugar;
''i''; lout the first, apprehension' in relation to was a 111'11,1'1, of ( ; '' frlll Alabama, inKl.rv.'nnd F I................. "LM; ...... !soil 1'1'1'1, climate nnd 1 of! labor.' I 411' ,'lallll'I''' .\"I'iatollll'l' t the-1 i matter under

; the immediate execution of the 'principles' of again in 1s7371."auuiberIf : I Frankln............ ...... ...... the Northern system man I is Il'oll"t'I.Ihat 1111 appear lo rooelv- with
.':;;' the reconstruction ml'a.lIrel'lIat" ueen greatlj prominent ; ontlt't llepub-: ) .............. L1IO'llltiill I ..... economical than: the Southern more but 11111 much 1:1\01.-1: (,lt""ll"WI.t.PISI.t .
liean.s not at the of the .. ..... *l'lJilmer | ( 111Ilt
t relieved by time and the test: of experience) present' preparation' ... .. observed (that he is more and industrious.
l The disfranehisemcnt, : feature having been address, but to whol copies were sent by (;i l ............. ...... ..... HI'[ better energetic and ( : ( Paul K.. Humiiioii -
$ re11ove41there is: now a general aeiquiese'cncc lai, have written Ictl't authori/.ing it to I in the principles involved, as indeed, nothing that they fn\,' concur in it. (; ............... tits). ..... rather front difference i of; than "I'1"l'l'h t the I "August report of the
: more than the fundamental idcns, of the Among Iht'seare'ln Hodman; for tenyears (001,101.; ............. 151finen i ..... l.1'lm"tI1ICl.1 I Commissioner of Agriculture on.the subject

.r.: American !'o 'hll'III0f government Hut the, a Judge\ of hI ulrl'lIH ,.1" recollection of unrestrained abuses: still remains ( ; (!h'o. W. 1nilIlatl'" (:iwinm-tt ....... ..... (KHi' ...... rn'koil and l'IJI'I'his short upon l'llnl' rather thin pin IUII.
and there I i.s still a dccpgroundeiapprehension Hi.tlld Judge; in the Ea.Crn: I Ilal"\htl.I : .......... ...... ..... 'winters, he will the seasons who and (' 1'l l Ir1111 six Icet rows and( in (he
i f { that such abuses may at an y North ('arolint,11odVinstead: Inllrn'ar Hall: ................ 7:1: t tHancock .. ... all long;in; !! planter in puts middle 01 :row instead of the 1'lalIt'n crop,
cotton mortgages
time be repeated in their t worst form as lung in North Carolina Senate and nt onetime 1 f ( ... ......... :$ ..... ( out in hi" This crop is 11111'eIlli not the were! pindars. Thl't'orlnll" good\ :such
: speaker of the senate. David P. : ............. .. ... 'llll' tdlL
I t as the national! administration, : continues III llarnl.II. ... fate o all our it I is of most in land l will bring, h\'I\ to fourteen bushels! :
'M, the hands:! of the Kepublican party, Lewis, the (;Sovcrnor of Alabama, from 1S7: 1 Harris ............... [t) ..... the Ilanh': "lt fate of all to the acre, null had evidently 'not been injured -
We are satisfied from personal knowledge to 1X74-, nnd at that time.the ablest, 1 Kepub- HartHeard................ ..... ..... producing long 1111.people w 111' th'iilselY'stolh'staple staple- by the pindars I while! II pindarswere
'I'" derived from observation ami! from participation lican 11'11\1 in the state, has written a letterto 1 ( ................ ..... ..... whether it t'III\t rice tobacco excellent. He estimates! tll' yield of
in the reconstruction t policy' that 11 :!lr. Pool, dated September 1VJ:I, I 1HSO, l Henry ............... 7IK5 ..... or coton, lllatt twenty-live bushels 11' ',
change In the party character of the national nnjiroving, the address: and giving his: 0\\1 ] 111..101............. 1'JS1: i ..... The sugar.New Kngland farmer does ) over lhlrllllut and the al
administration' is now the surest and best able and decided views upon public affairs. Irwin............... UHI I .... ninkcu.s to the lot generally three wliil' corn and fodder .
means of placing reconstruction: upon a safe Jackson I ............. ...... ...... I better prices Ilrg.;for crops J his ecru than or recuive is crop (tll' sell for 1II'llllnr.HI'

.. A ultlll'cac'lIlba.is' and of at once unitingthe COXKLIXG'S SVEEC1I.FKKTII.E JasperJefferson............... ..... ..... : in the i South. J'I'OtIll do not thinks that 111) Ih' process
country III mutual confidence( and kindly ............. 1,0'J ..... possible ll gathering pindars is .Iiol' expensive,
..' I relatlunl'hlp.ud, as this should" be the : IX TO OAUHEKD.Senator : Johnson ............ ..... ..:... Irilll cannot overtvyenty-fivecents raise ones |ier those 111:11.1.of and the market Ill'llawllI( ulII anil uncertain
!III'JEI Jones( .. ....... ... 900Laurens ( Il \ good
American feed them
and of the it is
first leading more
}purpose (' late speech in the New our Non h farmers. His 1 hay rCltnhle tl 01'tl'
Clnklng'l ............. ..... ..... Well'f l'Ur. }
Presidential election the hogs
people in the pending York ( lu le i i.s likely) to hurt ', oats, etc., do not ground to .,
we believe it ought to override all party attachments the cause'llil'l of (iarlleld:more than the Maineelection. Leo ................ !))7 .... Hou rye Ioiltoes.' His pork, beef' III average them. Twenty-live bushels! of pin
Liberty ........ .... 1,021 tlrn tlol.
idl'ratiolls. with the tloC little
and cOII!> It has brought down him 1>ou 1 ) are a trifle hi tars, he t very corn,
;i To elect u Ilcpublic.au President at this and his party, as mere national upon mischief Lincoln.............. ..... ..... the ILllluth'r material. The secret, IJt will fatten Ilrl live hogs and make 21N1<> pounds
time by a sectional vote would be a public makers, the unstinted condemnation of all Lovvnih-s............ lit ..... of his lies. 10t in the diversity of iliapruthicts of pork' worth h\1 VO dollars, the expenseof I
.. .. .. IUI1
.. .
calamity of the character It would Lumpkin .. ...... . nfaking and being, only the
gravest and which in
the of commerce in various In
organs: Macon .... ... :'Ml ] h'l. ways har\1tnj
sentiment I'alng .... ...
back the seed choppingout '
unquestionably set growing New and other commercial the place' soul on the from cost of the one
Philadelphia Madison: ............ ... ..... lirt every 1,111.t
of nationality awl unity which u just centres. The Jonrnul of Commerce, Hut- three old can: be, utilized in If,1 If the hogs are kept out wet
years upwards
Marion .. 40
.. .. /
, .. .
in the land will he
and enlightened policy nianagenlentut'reCUnstructiun weather the IrttprovelVe
} lain, even the Re font, the .some way. In t the. next place, if one
McDuffle.......... .... 7:5-: crop
.. .
would since heve Philadelphia the of the
add that hauling
. long per- New York JleraM, Isdyer, Tlmet; r fails, there i.s always something compensatory might expense
< )
inamently secured1'hile wishing to avoidas and other of equal standing, brand it I Into'Ch'M! .... ; ami! in there ,is this, that the pork hOle from town would be saved also.
papers general !
Merriwether !919 ...
, ,. .... ... .. ) for and
far : any matter appealing malicious calling I by habit of for lie also suggests a plan planting corn
, feeling rather than sober reason, we cannot as mere substantial, (u'l'ntlarll'll.commercial Miller. ............. H(*) ..... thrift caring and} billal surplusages Money: that I' geierates cotton on 140tlwicld/ in one year, and he
every ] 1111 .. .. economy. tl
Milton .
..... .. 30S C'OII'
well omit alluding to the! fact that the Re- interest of the country fur signal 1 in lumps is neverluarterl, nor economicallyadministered. says that I f.lalNror in previous att.llt
r'lllllu. Mitchell .......... .. .. ..
publican party' has made its present campaign tion and } .. That 1 why to ,111 so has 1'1 a "lfll'n.l'
' u direct attack tnc South by rf'mkl.The Monroe ............ l,7.5o: ..... : 81l-'ulatorl. of 11I10t111111)111
for the
Post twenty of in
upon Evening one )
1'I years 5il2 I ... planters anllawY'f are IUllllrl' .
! seeking to revive against it the distrust: and; the most of New York Republicanism Montgomery .. .... .. and extravagant. Now carCI that
hostile feelings engendered by the war.'c r'lilhlc, and organs the view of men Morgan ......... .... .... 3S7 urn:built by small fJrtulle, TIIK HAIMT OK HKtF-ro.NTiioi.-If there I is
i.L rel'l.tll Murray .........,. .. 738Museogee ... up Icl'rl., !
cannot be unmindful l that this is being: done wealth and hoarded one habit which, above all others, Is deserving
of metropolis are 'rIUal Clt. The farmer who
. Icttl'r II ?: |t :
J.at H71I!
; for the purpose of securing party triumph of speech .. . oi makes of cultivation, is that
snys 8 a lime ami what i /"f-olltll
I" which i is to'instalUuch distrust hostility throughout Conkling's insidious assault! Newton .............. 1,010 .... h"I'he consumes at eVtr.tllllg learns the In fact, it includes so much of'llle 1111Illlortlnt'l !
was imiortant
n-I OconeeOglethorpe. ... .. hOle |
'- in complete control of the national adminis I thebe.st} and ... .. .. .. Il'! that reservoir is in lift that It almost said
upon .... l.'IOI more safely ali Jay
.f tration. It is natural and reasonable that eharaltt'r.llrpOI'II' hop' ..... 7. I to its lwt'rloc'the man
of the regularly rivulets than .
'. Paulding .......... ... 1111.ll..IIJ many by \
the Southern }people, su threatened, should tence of and defending it put 1,1 one and then fails. obtain hair manhood and the woman herwomanhood.
h ) their the vindicating Pickens................ ti", .... .
4' unite in resisting, by votes l, consummation the in such u slmK' that the effect The Northern brother ThoJliy to( jI'ntfy Ilrwih
argument | Pierce .... '157 ... 1lol whihlr
of such and that ... ..
they the ( ,
purpose ; of tenches is parts
of it must he to repel man us { rich allu- "
every generous
Pike ... .... .
730 t'ullmh
.. ...
I- and in ? .. ,
'peal to thoughtful just men all the parts Into or
and whom it vials ho docs his
is subjection
II feelings by ns for''that I"\t'r
North IllIl."tlolll' Polk :;S<;iPulaski .... stony patches ,
I- the for protection and support. to ... .. would I be but rather to draw all upwards into harmony
I II carefully r'atl Is was revive i ............... ....... 75 111/C'lle. to diversify our product tlell
"'c in that know Is
are unable to see any existing conditions and that narrow, and *. He sells and oats and with the we tlconlc.tltrul
..iol' Putnam. so; hay ,
... .
leh a reason why such protection should malignant sectionalism against all .... ... upples arid potatoes, and and then power which supplies
now vlulity
nut be extended. Slavery no longer exists, Quitman ........t... .r 57Habini .... the to child
j the better members of the have been muttons and .
few wellf.ittencd
party ; or a extra rl'lt.
.. a JIW 1"\1101.: tlt
U there is sentiment in the ...... ... ...... ..... .... of
bo absolutely: no for the last ten It in hogs, ] tomatora and fruit, and may : every parent
struggling years. says ..... ...... 373: all w1
'itis South that would favor. its restoration andscarcely so many words that the i issue!l of the present Ial.toll'h.. gardening, dairy products, ali ever on ; to cultivate i in himself, may wellemploy
lIIlC ....... 7Rockdalc ...
that regrets its destruction. I. the enthusiasm
any (campaign is Il'.tiolal and only sectional ; ... n. 2Schley many other trifles, each one of which to u wl"lol ol'\'ny
.. ... .
... ...
Union reconstructed the
The has been I
upon that it frames what Southern} Yet it or
and in order to mysterious
c1C prove 1 ... :3.V) JII'rolllII'e ton iiuignilicnnt youth Jl : cotlh.
.... ......... ... / '
of and
I basis frcl'tlulIlanti
political equality, that to
lends goal.
Burke) bo the indictment Itut end path
impossible in the ho
thought to has !
1Cr ... att'lItlll.
. Scrivn ... ..... .. .. I.r
there is no element in the South that wouldattempt whole in the lowest /j/ is but the tucunnihation' ot
of people, paid dressed his wife and IJ 1'lf-"lulrl
.Is to have it otherwi.se. The sentiment a Spalding............... KM; ; ...... Iil' 1111 continued of for n worthy
of the and the dema build roads I.lt-ll'1111
spirit Iagger lo unit ld'
earpct- Stewart .... WiSurnter IluuJhlel uII helped
rill- has become practically universal .. .. ... .... object it I is but the authority of
among the :Southern people that the Union gigue _________ ____ .............. "1:10(1: ( ..... III/I'.1 tl keep up the meeting-house mini the ; the impulses repeated of the judgment
and like
Talbot ................. fWSTaliaferro ; ..... an II'CaiIIUi holiday as rea"ul U\'r or
best their liberties and the .\ Renewed
in is the security to USJs. or : ; .prosperity not, a little in for I\'f.r the IldlllltiOI', the) sense of
hLo a rainy
............ 797Tattnall ..... money saving
ds llrC.tual".lllte, !: of their future prosperity at the South means increased business day. duty the .Il'lrc.! I h' who lin'lCqull'l
and happiness.' Hut they would not conceal eiilargementsuttheNorth. The two sections ................. SU 1TII'lof ...... this U'lr who can govern himself
' their dread of e'ifrum\ the organization are so intimately)' blended together that t when ................... 2"7Telfair .... JIAOASSK "l'lth'!Iwhi., lutinful effort; and ilh'\-
'eor .................. 158Tcrrel l"U.ll.A
into a ]political party of all who arc unfriendly one is advancing in commercial all.i) the fear i-f; revolt from his appetite aUIII'aioll
idin to them, fur the purpo. of control.ling other feels its stimulatingetl'ect. Yorkis I.................. L'53Thomas .... !tats 1IIIil the source of all rest) IMIWCT and
' the common government to their oppression i now deriving a gl'at benefit front Southern ........... .... :X3 ..... >EW Ali kY I'YR'TI\'y OI'TLKT KOB bl'OtK- of all\true happiness. The force und -
no and injury. trail T b', lerchalt from that 11'lul Troup................ 774Towns ..... ("NE KYr'IY.We which be lias put forth day by day,entry and

an We have bincercly; rc"rcUc.the failure of ill the hotels, large j"IIl es- ... ........ .. ..... were Ih'JWUYl.tl'rl)' I by Mr. J.Thav- hour by hour, I is not exhausted or even diminished -
er- the Republican leaders to recognize the true ablishments: of miscellaneous ler hurlse. Twig; ...... ... .... 5.V) t.... t-r u sample to that f'xhll.Itellut ; on the contrary. it has Increased
n- situation in the Southern l'i tat l."f. Their und materially add to the bustle Union................ ..... .... the last of the Sugar by Use and lias IMS-OHIO stronger und keenerby
cil mistakes and wrongful conduct, in the execution less life of our stores, streets and wharves. Ui! ,soii.... ........... 7S5 ..... en*' A")4'iatol Jcdill from this ('roe.ker ('exercise and, although it !coniptcd!
of the reconstruction, acts have caused The direct trade of this with the \V cht.r...... ...... 48 ...... Manufacturing IimpauyofIlolyokeMass., iU work in the past it N his still well-tried,
,all us to despair of their ability to establish mu. I *>uth I is larger now Ictrololt'] :riod since \\'nre ................ .. 2< irn tual confidence and harmony between the 1807. Merchants from all that region buy '\.alon................ 7111 ..... would! compare. favorably' I with _any other. flats in higher 1 Wt'ullJ
nd j sections. The sectioualgroundiUpon: which chiefly for cash, or very Illr eJ'i. and are .: i Insrll............ 1,71'J': .... 'I Ins. Hjx-cimeii was made out of purlone rc"I'J--J'II'JtMph.I.tlI.
ate they arc keeking to carry the pending election considered well able jay' W fruU any '\ .. ......... 2V> ..... fibre, worked from bago-ssc; on the plantation llwTIIC Horn! it MU.K I.w.-TII" recent -
.end have forced us to distrust their dispuI xjrtion of the country. To men of small White ................ ..... .... of Mr. II. H. Story, in $t. by speech of Hcnator inkling debuts UwHl'III.II'ulI"
I *it ion to regard the Southern people as equals capital the South offers unusual facilities in Walker............ 154Wiltox ..... Messrs.I Charles Laugu, .lcrlrllari.h. hereafter from complaining ot"
ins r in the Union, or worthy to he trusted as participants almost every line of business. It I ................ ..... .... .. have an apparatus for the .ur1Nee.( As the leader and controlling -
, byeel.. } ) in the common government of with a genial climate, fertile pailhas great '\.urtn .............. 532Wayne ..... This for which Mr. CharlesLuuga spirit of bin party, the New York senator -
t their country. They have year by year resources in coal, iron other minerals ............ 49:5W'ltittiehl : .!.... 11 ul'l.l.rtu.. a Ialclt. Is worked by ami 1 with -
[bteadily driven from the party( in the South and is now gold a growth UI.Jarldtilll ........... C53 ..... means of an ordinary Hl'ar engine, and away deliberately luulh.m alliances and whatever
aid Inuiubvrs of its most considerate and earncetsupporters > its previous hbtor-LI Ue may
COllil"tlu"Jill' JII
rill I ice ( until they have practically dotro .' '\'Ir .............. .... ..r.. .;;e L. taken direct from the ti'I"lou.in the Hluther State lie ('arl
. |* > .dit' L m every So,IIi Ilt'nl I" I.1W. Its re- -- Col<|uittV majority in 103 cuntles... 51,17'! mill and place.1 in large tanks .containing a tlly.l. th'r1 If South were not Iolt
ubast \'inl1111 t.ie future W.oll1tllJC placed beyond TiE colon 1 i eople are finding out that Norwood' majority in !counties... :/lr:t solution of sacchoratu of ulkul. compoMdof i i everj ."ly that such a ''
( [all possibility by the t-Ul.'Ct.'Ni of their present, Republican Kansas is willing to have them water, Hacchurine IIIUt'r al.1 any of the tr"l such u source must make it MI, not
the [attempt in fleet'a President by a sectional work in the tid.l. but dix bu't want. them inMilitic lung us "the Re-:
Tote undvr the hostile attitude they have *. presented a candidate for tions.' puh'liuns; may l."tlnut in iwjwer. '
i-re-: ? [made Uds caniiaign| assume. lieutenant-gut'crnur at Republican state A "' $Ttas Kansas journal states that everseventeen III thi solution thebaga-iHu is boiled during J'Cl ll-ratd -.n
ere- ('., i. The 1I.mi.Latlou of General Hancock has (onventiou u day or two ago, but the white hundrd hea.lt of families in one about four hours, then taken out of the .
the ,. ; placed I the iK-inuerutii: jurty u|'oii the most ]U-publicans treated the Irttu"IQnl' of the district of the State of.Kansas have vbiU-l tanks, iasstrl j l through hand 1 roltr for the LEMO.X Jt'MBLOn teacupfulof
see, -ek\'ate. l plantof devotion to the Union, tegroes with disdain. bloc kit their (land .flice and asked i t.ertnksion to be purpose of disintegrating tle of the sugar, half a cup of bgutter, three tea-
y of the constitution and the execution of the"laws. are now in a very indignant frame of mind allow xl to heave their homesteaiU for one phtsof the n&u. washed ineamt of' an l>ooi.fulof milk, one of cream tartar, half
He has pledge.I\ the country an administration and threaten to Vole the Greenback tkktt."he year and were registered accordingly. The ordinary pulp engine, and dried h I'J tablespoon; of Ili. two small lemons,
UJMJII the safest and soundest white Republicans don't ('rt lurlilylaxly application war Induced by the recent failure lIt r. ) juice of both and rind of one. Mix
'C. principle! <* of fret in tituti u... This I'll.esua".lItOOlllJ how they vote since the state .overwhelmingly of ('rvl' from drouth und consequentscarcity The wrier was Iho..t 1'erllettJ troll rather Miff; roll and cut out with a cake

I*..., ). his proved devotion to the Republican.-.V. O. Tutu. of food. ( taper millew, 11 praising r r.

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IF I LOCAL! ItEFLl,cr.rIoNS. increase, and the fruit and vegetable business -I\ Consignees; per City of Dallas. Ltl"O Stock- nf New Fall Goods Groceries", unci Prop '!'I'OIl"' "' '

-- .. -- :: will require enlarged facilities. Commerce Anclite A"t'IW! Sprang.!' Just received at _.J, it T. Knjf)'''. A. ii. xovrs: J ;if'I
.Irrllcr-U M I JJlitch ilauknight it Co MrsS ----- -
2.00 A YKAll FOll is always ready to seek business.!! ,
; ,$1.00 SIX MOXTlfS.To .
_0'- Wynkoff, Fleming liras A Great Bargain, S'lIP'( CIIAXDLKU) ,
.------.-. -. .......... Death of Mrs. MacDoncll. Arredondo L Miller, J E: Davenport, L In lllaek :Silks!' at 75 cents: a 'lIrlt-worth (l ROCKR AND)
Correspondents. Montgomery, E C Waplcs.Jfnilry't } double-at J. it T. KYlH l_ IN
With feelings of sadness we chronicle in Jfjll.q-H > s.Rlacic DEALER:
6 Correspondents and/ having; lnsinraa McRory.Huldicin -.. -- -- I
persona / this issue the death of Mrs. Anne E. Mac' -L M Dowling.Krailentinvn ....('.
with this paper will pirate direct; to FLORIDA / / Vf Warren & Co. French Cashmeres -rc\'I'IIOII"! Liquors, _
MIRROR Fcrnnndinn Doncll, wife of the late Rev. A. II. MacDon-: ) -
Ftfi.WE .
l .. ell and mother of our esteemed! fellow-citizen Itrnntli/ Jl.1I/rlt-00; Cook.linniKim From ftO cents a yard upwards: -splendid 1I .1
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/ -\\ .1 Epperson\,\, / \\ J Jones\ N It H. F. AVERY it CO.'S
Kvm's.Prints .
-at .1. & T. 1
were gratified to note the return of Captain A, MacDoncll, which occurred at CarterV Xewadsky, W (O 1'arsunsV S.
Messrs. 8. A. Swann and C. W. Yulce dur the hitter's residence a few minutes after J'nmkitvHlr: ; Kevan
the tW/rt/ifl, / ?-Ojrilv1c .t Kelly. at 0 Cents CENTRD :STREET, I
ing post week. midnight on last Saturday. She was suddenly
.. .. Cedar/ AV./. -R M Chafer, J R Mitchell it A case: of first-class! Prints, worth {0 cents 1. I FLA.
stricken with paralysis! on Sunday, I M C linker, JJradslmw it (Co' Faber I; i 52" tf FERNANDIN'A_.I_>_. ._., _
THE German bark Dur/ ]>pclCi\i\ >h\\n\ Ehoff, Coj.1 just received at J. &. T. KYDD'H. .__ '
October 3d.1, while at dinner, and lingered for (I [ Richards: : Parsons:: it Co, C It Codgers /
consigned, to Mr. Win. Iawt y arrived nt this a week. The immediate members, of the t. ('0. Wanted----- --at-- -Once-- )luS-\XXJ\ : CI.AKKK,

,port on the 13th instant, from Dublin, fift .. ('ork-Evan family, who were absent at the time Mrs.
:81)) barrels Florida
five 'l b i/i';III?-.! CS. Syrup. .
days.Mn. --- ---- MacDoncll was stricken, were telegraphedfor I-lthburks-J I Vonderven.( :silo{ bushels Seed Potatoes. rpHIRD) ST., 13ET.: ('tSTRE.e.t.l'IIt': \,

'''M. L.WTF.c1enrcll yeslerday,1Sth and it is no doubt gratifying to them' to 1"'I'III////tI-\! 1 B! Noyes: Saul oru & Hoyt, : 1

instant: the ItJitNh hark JHKHJCHC, C'uptnin have }been with this estimable: lady in her JC'I' Kydd, H I E: Dotterer, (Stark.1 / A Seydell. Nuys..td FERNANDIN'A, FLA.,
Mrs T.PIIh', J II Prescott, T A AcostaV "' I
C bun for (Quccnstown for ordersith last moments. _.. .. .
\ .I \\ olld wa rlt PI I Courier, Mode, liras J.JL -- --- --- --'- ---- DEALFK: : Tilt: \
209,000! feet pitch pine lumber, and 1,357 11rs.11acclouell)) was!' in her seventysecondyear \ Clay, Mrs (Clarke, It Waas .\: Son, :S; .\ J. X. UO1INOX tV SOX, ''f
:Swann; A (O it \\" I I'\\ R 1 R.: .\II '1'1 .t Friend '
barrels:' rosin. Value of cargo $9P15. and a lady of remarkable energy for : Choicest Fruits and .'!;('tnblOI! \
.. .. fI! Lamar C' II hunt/ AV Lohmann EMcddaugh : "' '"
'-- of her being active to the moment -------
one ,
years \ Fl.i: T 1 ('0, p Funke, Estate: JiV
TIlE October has )been -I I Commission lierchants
storm a lung and I I-
t when stricken with paralysis i She the
; was \ ]Downie) N l5rowiiMin. CONFECTIONERIES: : En1. ,
I disagreeable one. Commencing on the nightof eldest daughter of the late Colonel (ieorgc lint Mi'iidc-Hooker .\: Snodgrass, R (' e a

the 7th, it lasted t about five days. The O. Nolan, of Georgia ; moved to Florida in18.r)4 Langford.liirt; CHARLESTON, S. C., P.liss' harden fl'cFlowl.rs: Farm nudGarden
railroad to Cedar Key was badly, washed: out I\IH1IuIIIIcl'n, resident of Fernandina 3Iyrri--1] .\ I'acker: & (Co. Implements. 7 "
a \ (;ainesivAr-I R: Scatvtt Johnson.. it ('0, A Et ._
in several the worst being at Lofton I themselves to their .. ---- -
places, for the past twelve years. :She; leaves:: three :S; Patterson, P Miller, MiCMIan it Fury CONFINING strictly -- ----- -- -
creek nine miles!! from this:: city, where the sons!' and two daughters, all with families, man, Herman .\: Stark, ((1 i iI' Sparkman\, I DMatherson I : II\\(':' respectfully) solicit con- .1N/.IL; at: I'ItIINU: ,

trestle was washed out. The continued rain and was gathered to her fathers: full of R Reynolds 1:( Butler pros, C: IIDoild sigumcnts.Timis
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years ) la i Joseph, M I Kndel .t Sons, T Foster, ___ : ) CONFECTIONERS: : ,
kept the waters so high t that it was impossible and in the faith of life \ +----- ------ > AKERS: AND
brighter "beyond\ agent (C' t Colclough \V :Scott: U 11 Rich. E
to replace the piling until Monday.[ the pass' of shadows." ) rl'I'/I'il-TIIWIi/ : ,V: (Co. | F i.: it T 1 1, i / 1.: R s ] CHOICE[ :

( The trains commenced! running through on ---- ---. -- firtvHicvtiil, l: T Dickinson.Ihiittlinrne : -------- --

Tuesday, transferring at Lofton, nine miles Ittsftengers.Per -J Turpin.i trade Groceries, Cigars! and Tobaccos,
hike rtHarden; C S Snowdcn I) N : business\ 1 has been' our special :
from the city. The ground was so thor steamship My! of Dallas from New<<: Wilson: it Co. for over t'I'nl'I'anc., and we have endeavored : i
oughly saturated with rain that it has taken York : Mr.[ and \Irs. N. Wamboldt, Miss: LniitfiT Miii'iiun. to furnish our planting friends a PURE TOYS AND)) FANCY ARTICLES.::

several days to drain it oft The trl'-itll'1II111: Mary Wamboldt, Jacob Wamboldt, Miss: J. Lire; (jll'-\I. Woodward.Jjirlitiumii ARTICLE' :, and their continued )patronage is f -..;

I embankment Drown, Miss A. Brown '1'. S. Ritchie William /-(C .\ Whitney. our best' : illilorsl'llIl'nt.'c are prepared, to Entertainments and 1 Picnics,
at Lofton were completed Weddings, ,
!fill orders for all kinds of Fertilizers, togetherwith
Minuter Mitchell, S ii( J ('Curr. \Ii S Curry -
:1 Wednesday night that all regular trains Thayer and daughterirs.. T. A. Allen Cotton and Corn Fertilizer and furnished at the shortest\ notice, at rock-bot
so :: .1 11 \\ "att, (Cridden, it Co, J \\ Hardce, our
have resumed. Mrs. L. E. :Thaycr, 1\Inc. Jamey Bell and (i ieo VIIU\\I'r., Compound 11 Phosphate.: tom prices, at \
.\ (;d'.1.: :; ,
--.-- .. three children, A. (L Wilson, James:: Calnan, ..1/1/11/1-.1! / Hallo way. J. A. ROHSON,:: .t SON, Centre t\ Street, I

Circuit Court. Mrs. L. Johnson, Mrs.[ J. Boutello, Mrs. M. jfIbrdr-IIovt; I 1 .t ('ra i't. _1'G( _...-.- -------(_.Charleston. -- .. S.--C. _.23 Opt\ ( old P. O.:.l Building.JOT i. I .
Mlfiiiiitin/ II i
\ llenjamin.MmiUffllii --
The circuit court for Nassau county will ) A. W. t'IJ'KIt :I.I., JXO. T. WALKER, ------
: ,
E. Wright Mrs. E. 1 Wright Miss: L. A.
-W I E: Brown: J I 1. Iludd, /Sr. .
T It 1.t.,
be held here the Iflth inst. his Honor
on : ::
Wright, W. Wright, Miss[ Helen Harrington :- Xf/i'/ltlll..I'iIIl'-/ ( McKinnv.Oijden .
Judge Archibald presiding. E. Harrington, Mrs. Fanny Howard, / -\\' ]II[ ;Simmoiii., O E: Roach, J .t,
.. Hughes.UhasleeE1'.Pint. / 1OCKRELL, WALKER l t YATES, .
Fine-- heather.- L. Howard, Mr. and Mrs:: 1.. I H.i 1-Merbrook, \, er.C Ruell.OftHHjr A W. LOHMANN'SFAMOUS., \AtS !'
Since the heavy rain storm of last week Miss Mamie Hcbee Mrs. Mary Thompson, I/Re-1'' H ( ),swan: J E: ]Harris[: \\" (CocKiinu WAI.KKR, Jacksonville: ,) .

Mr. & Mrs E. U. Wightman, Miss E. Wight- 15 Lind'-i'y" I'raneis'I'lu'm'ri ;-
the weather has cleared up beautifully, and Otter i'rerk-ET: O'Neil. Altoriioj' '*'' niul Couuscllors'FIRNANBINA: "' ""
John Ward Airs. [
man, O. Morales and! t two
everything looks bright and cheerful.Meeting. I'.duello-J llcndricks.Jtilucy ,
__ _.. __ __'n' children W. W. Gorton, :Miss M. '1'.1)ay, A. ( -J E I r.romiK': Jr, Jlrs.1( Ellis, T L FLA.Oflice Prepared Flour.

ltf"p.cbllt'ft K, Oowanlock and daughter, Jacob\ Johnson Stearns: --

t A Republican rally, to be addressed, by C. E. Reed, John Eagan: Mr. and, Mr\ <. Hun'land niittt'-.J N, 1 Ivcy it (Co.ftiiHitfrxon adjoining Clerk of the Circuit 'ourt.
4 Walter Mathews Geo. A. Hubbard E. Lock- / -r' T Tuoinbs.Ht. ONLY FIVE CENTS: PER: POUND. S
Messrs. Xoyes and Callender, of Massachusetts [ : ,1trI.Fox it Burns, A C' Right, Captain -
l i i.s:: announced to he held: Monday evening wood J. L. Miller, :Mrs.[ E. A. Richardson, J II (Graham.: WALTI-II R. YATIX, Notary Public. 61 4tOIM
.. .. ... .. ...
at Lyceum Hull.llrlnglng :Mrs. J. D. Enos Mrs.[ M. M. Osteen, E. S. .'.lI'k-\I\.arl.1. it: ( ;i.iskins: Richards' : -- -- -

-- Gash, Jodion: '( Roswell, "'. E.: White, L. W.' Pace.V WOnlery.MatlMi t ) (; ? ) cV co/.s G-tf AT OLD 1'0. BUILDING.rFItNANU1NA .
Coals to Newcastle.We *, J J'.r..1{ Ii /;-Washington.TnlMuu : _
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Puree, Sherman\ Estes: Louis de Costa: L. .sec-\\' \V I J I Perkins
t : observed: on the Dallas. a quantity of Sanford, "'. Drake, F. Mandell[ G. Durfce, Ito I,' Drew) Julian Dettoii.IVrkins.T: ..............................................................,.... ii. i:. I>OTTIRIR: : ,

Northern cabbages brought, to Florida for C. Root, II. Williams[ J. W. )Douglas) : l/lll"-.1 ]II( K rouse, E: A Clarke W G I 1 F fILT i L1 Z 1:11 ., !
I :,. Hale. Wo are satisfied that our gardenerscan : Ferris, C I L Trieble, Evans lirooks: .1( I'o: (I :1.1. t'rt ,
James Carroll John Holt A. J. Brown S3: : ,
; : the winter demand if ; P D/.ialynski, John Jackson: J H[ Lii>scomh, ....,............................................................. : FLOnW.IltLtH .\,
easily supply /
theychoose. steerage )Miller: Henderson, Echolls it Lesley: ]11.1[ j

I : :: _____ JladserV Hahn, I Seville it (Co, I II! A Pos- : : IX
Nassau Xomtnattons.FERNXDIXA
tello.Trmjilc. IS THE: 1SESTriMIING :
t i Aetlvlty. : October 9, 18.SO. -S .1 Temple.Waldo \, Fine Family' Groeeries

On Thursday our harbor presented an The delegates from Precincts Nos. 1 and :2!, -Weeks, Dickerson) : it (+o. Rawler- ( ; for FALL GARDENS being, / I
animated sight. The steamer Flora left for who were chosen: to the county convention son it: Cu, J 1' Ferguson, 1. .Wheeler'r, T I not only a perfect plant: food but will AND: .
I )Doan) it (_'u, Jolly Peck, N Edlcnsa:, :Santa:: Fe keep) all i insects at a respectful tanl'l'. ,
I St.t Marys river ; the St. Johns/ / arrived from to assemble at Callahan on Saturday, October Canal Co, A I Keftenbeil, L I Durn.Vrlborn ) For !sale in any quantity, large;; or !small, PROVISIONS.Customers .

Charleston, the David, Clark from Savannah, Ohm, assembled! in the clerk's! office at \ -J J JulmnsuultuodadckJohu ami country orders' delivered, FREE on

the If. Jl. riant from Iir iiswiek, and twelve( 12.30 p. m. 1 Lynch.j1.1t h. boats or ears.'egetahle jrOWt'NTHY/ IT.

: large nailing! vessels were in the harbor. On motion, Leonard ]Dozier was elected GOULD; it CO., CHOICE i
can rely upon getting
1.\1:, (VI :3m 8 W. Day St., Jacksonville, Fla. ;
chairman and J. A. Edwards secretary.The -- .. ... .- .. ---- -- --- -
J \ The Railroad '" precincts were represented by the following 1'U.t of-1'ernantlttia Sluts of Florida, 'UMSUII" ('o11nty.I3' GOODS, as i
l1 Superintendent Maxwell devoted himself! VIRTUE: execution issued i
delegates : HIGH WATBB.ARRIVED.: an out

energetically to the speedy T'paiof the I'rrcinct No. Leonard ]Dozier, G. Stark SahlrllaylktlllJCr 111...... G20: .t. M. r.m:: 1'. 14. of the Circuit' Court, Fourth Judicial NOTHING(J nUT THE[ FINEST BRANDS I
damages! to the railroad, occasioned by the "'. Thompson, Thomas: Kvdd, J. A. Ed: Sunday, 17....... iIIi: II 7:2: : II Circuit: in anti for Nassau County, Florida, I
storm. He remained on tholino of the road, wardsVilliam Bell Henry dart J. A. Ell- )[olllla)', IS...... 7: 17.1 Nu.i: II upon' a judgment rendered on the :'Jlth! day ,4
directing the work in person, until the last I crmann James MHJillin( and I). W. Gibson. Tuesday, II 19...... S::2S:! CI 8:43Vednesduy : II or .April, laws and in a certain the suit defendant, in favor in oftilt' are kept> in !stock.
Precinct No. i-\\\ F. Scott. I \ II :!II...... Hl1": Ha"Thllnctla :: plaintitr \ against) ,
spike was driven. The road is now all right which !snitV.. U. C. Duryee was plaintiff
The following resolutions were unanimously '' ', II :21.! ..... 943: 10:01": C. IURT. H. STEITZ.C. .
and D.) M. Jlamlllllntllcofl'llilant.! Ilmvlllev.it,1
? again, and trains! running as usual. II
i 1 Friday, :t..10H:: 10-11": HART A: CO.
adopted : upon' and will !'o1'1I. before the CourtHousediMir ,

The Egmont. WHEREAS, The delegates to the county con."clltiou : in Fernandina, Nassau County,
from Amelia Island arc prevented on the first Monday in November. ISM' ), Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
This line hotel, the pride of Fernandina, Sell. Marv Lord Doston.
from attending said convention Callahan, Oct. 9- Lord being the first day ut'saill month, within the
we learn, i is to be opened next month by :Sir in consequence of the impassable conditionof Oct. 11-:Sch.; .\. 1>. Lanison, Smith, New legal hours of said: sale day, to the highest Foreign and Domestic"' '

Goodsall, well-known hotel keeper, who the railroad ; therefore, be it York. bidder, for cash, lots 2, 3 and 4, in block; :33: ,
has earned a high reputation as proprietorof Jlesolftd, That the delegates of Amelia I Oct. 12: -Sch. Charles E.: Paige, (trace, City of Fcrnandina. levied iiHin| as: the .FriiitM Nuts, etc.,
Island nominate one candidate for the ehll rltostllll. property of I). M[. Hammond..
the Cozzens Hotel, below West Point assembly of Florida. Oct. 12: -:Sch. Itcnjamin Gartside, Bacon, PETER CONE I N..s. 55, 57 and ft!) Market Street

The high character which tho Egmont has liemtvnl, That we endorse, and will do all Charleston.Oct. ,, Sheriff of Nassau l'u1lulFlurhla.
:( always maintained a.s:' a first-class hotel will in our power to elect, the candidate t that may 11-S. P. St. Johns, Vogel, Charles FtTiuindina. Fla., October 2, ISM.). CHARLESTON: SOUTH CAROLINA-
---- ----
t we are confident, be.kept up by the lessee. bo nominated held at bv{t'allahan the Democrats this day.at the convention ton.Oct.. 15-S. S. City of Dallas) Risk, New Sh"tuf Florida, XUSKUU"' ('ulln.)'. :Z1'1 Consignments/: : of }.'LnRJII.OH.SGES

Y ..rk.Oct.. rpo M. V. 11UNCKLEY: : solicited, and, prompt returns blade (S3GmW.
The Steamship City of Dallas. On motion, James :McGitlln was: unanimously 15-lirig Flora (Ci; odale, Davis) Montevideo. 1 You are hereby notified that n writ of

n The huge passenger list of tho Dallas, adopted as the candidate for tho attachment has been issued against: you, and K. IMt KM<;ilT, r .J

-(I which arrived here from New York on the assembly of Florida. Oct. 12-Hark DuepixJ ((Ger.), EholV, Dub your h projiertv attached satisfy the demand .\m\T.: ftj

J, A EIWARIX, Secretary.WK lin. (of Clarence C.Williams, amounting tn 22.: WHOLE)<.%LE AND: :
I 1)) HUi, will attract attention, showing the CLF.UtED.Oct. 10HNi.w.- unless: : you shall appear before RETAIL .4

I j I early increase of travel southward and the 11-:Sch. E.: H. Drum'mond, Higgins, J. .\. Ellermann: a Justice of the Peace in BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER: ,
I increasing tendency to come out by oceanHteamcrs : want several teachers, both white and New York. and 1 for said County, at his otlice at Fcrnuu- ANDIcaler

direct to Florida ) (colored for public schools: in our county. Oct. 15-ISark linogene, ISolin, Queens-: diva, tii the 4th day of 1)eccmher,1SO, at in Ice.
1 ports. Applications must be made to town. 10 o'clock: u, m., judgment will l Ire rcndcrcxl TENNESSEE; ; 1IKKP: A SPECIALTY .
Every; season: new and handsome steamersare "-. A. M.\IIOXEV, Oct. 15-S. P. :St.\ Johns Vogel, Charles against; you.1)atei BROOM STREET II I
udded to tho Savannah and Charleston ton. this 1st day of October l e sO. : WIURF, I

lines and there were, it I is said, fifteen steamers Superintendent of Public Schools, let 10-S.:.. S. City of Dallas. Risk, New CLARENCE: WILLIAMS, 1'J-tf nIt: .\XDlXA. FLA.Undertaking. I
Callahan Florida. York fi3-td: Plaintiff,
F : Savannah on Saturday last. Much of N. R. The colored schools: of this:: city t will \
the travel 1 i is en route for Florida, and we IN "PORT. .
the white
open on Monday next ; schools ---- -- Jt
Hark Francis Fr.) Stoves and Tluwurc.S
( .
have doubt it would\ well for :Messrs. .
: no pay in a day or two afterwards.W. hark Star Ur.) R
Mallory to .put on more frequent amUlarge A. MtiioNer( Superintendent, Schooner Mary Ixird. TKKKTY: A ItROTIIKR, V
t steamships! some of which should\ make -- ----. Schooner A. D. l.imson. t,
their trips direct without the Port Royal Xottce. Schooner Chas.' E.: !Paige.) Second Street, opposite Post-Office, AND FURNISHING- I'C 1 I''
Schooner lI nj. (;Sartside.IJrig 1e
and Brunswick stoppages. The mission, now going on at St. Michael's Arcot.Krig UNDERTAKER 1d

Tho passenger list of tho Thuds has seven- Roman Catholic Church will close tomorrow Flora Goodale. ,

ty cabin 11l11Sengeanl1 eighty-two xteerage."We (Sunday) with the sermon at High Dark Dueppcl 6II / FIFTH ST., FERNANDINA FLA. w
Schooner John lyouthall.\] ,
learn the latter are to be employed on Mass. ci
the Waycross Railroad. Of the cabin pasmngers In the evening at 7:30: p. m. Rev. Francis U

a j>ortion are absentees returning, Dent, O. 8. F., will lecture on the }'l1palln. Brick, I".

r and a part are new settlers and visitors for fallibility. Lime, m
health. The reputation of the rl'\'ert'1Il11'l.turer as Cement d' +r hi
Plaster, .
The INt of conxigneits it will be noted, an orator, and the interesting subject are Hair, -. of

4 shows how wide and rapid distribution of Butllcient to attract the attention of all those AT SIXUORS 4 Hovr's. lit

freight is made by the Mallory line. The who value! learning and eloquence.Admission -- ------- cTh tii

destination of her freight on l board comprises twenty-five.. cents Just Ileceli-eili .t

almost: a complete list of the interior towns --- :300) barrels Flour. METALLIC: CASES. WOODEN: COFFINSAND 1 nu.
Lt of Letters. :3&.lI.llIIIl'kl& Corn.
d Florida and all the the Gulf and
of points on
Remaining in the Post-Office Fernandina, 150: barrels Pearl Grist.lim ; CASKETS: \ .
down the peninsula. This illustrates the barrels K. D. Meal.
Importance and advantage of the steamshipline Nassau county, Fla., X-tober 14, 11O.. )I'ersons ftt boxes Rayon 8TO'lHKnU8.: RANGERS WHITE :METAL. AND SILVER PLATED 1 wa

between this! port and New York, gathering calling for these Il'th'mu.t say advertised SM) baleTimothy Hay. TIN- ASP SHEET-IRON WARE, TRIMMINGS ] but
: 2Ci sacks! Oats. .\. B. N On:1": Tliiton
freights along the railroad and Gulf Roskct lloda. -- .---- ROOFING AND GUTTERING; T CONSTANTLY ON IIAND.-- &* "

ports for New York by a direct and rapid SIML.T. ltwoELLP. M.flection For llettt. CUCUMHER WOOD PUMP, En-: I foutuil'

route and bringing back to Fernandina -- ---- Two first-class ilwelling-housesin t thorough
A larIoWt.k .
of Stoves on hand. Give us Indies \ and dressed l
merchandise: from New York and Northern << Ticket repair, in good neighborhood, and especially a call, and compare our prices with those of with or without the and u..e'ofiee preserved. en.

cities for distribution at all accessible points. We are prepared to till all 111'1cor dec desirable as sutomer nidt-nces. Stables' other houses, here or elsewhere. Kemains! exhumed and placed in cases, for )
would be providtsl if n'tluirl'l.ppl to --- -- tuft
the extension of the Transit road tion tickets, on short notice. Price $3 >er r..mo\'al. N
With | l'W&III.'rOliS iMPKOVtMEXT): C-OMPAXV, SUKSCRIHE TO THE: MIRROR. |:J "pRIi Teh-graphic orders
south the ordinary business: both ways will thousand Op>o ite Egmont Hotel. ; |1 for six mouths. -r;-311 "promptly attended to.


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