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: December 4, 1880
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
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System ID: UF00054505:00093
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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si:127; xini's.Atiiclnia. ern factories yesterday.! This ian: indication I COlllll;S 1'O "I'I"CJ;, wheat. met a fair cun*utultiyerlenlaurlat' low I immigrant wh.comes to it ; but it Is safe t. f ;I II

that some wide-awake individual can I rates, ami the inquiry' for malting barlcjs I more than double that Vjduc to the State 'I'\ '
W\SlltXTON! MVK1NU IIMt TmiiL I ITT: Foil t1)X-: I wlkh sells! t to and. t'tlldiI its! own land hj ;
had At Merlin WIIl'lIt.1" In better f
see his'way through the woods: and is making I improved.' and
t.KKSS-IX_\fllf\TIOX WKI'MIVTIOXS: vs.HKH ; lail gets taxes: \ 1 ifecreates : ,
r. WALI+O'A 1'Ito r.:1UT\-ur little city: cam for the prairie lands of the North to t.B\Xt I'M.KVNT j request! and prices' rather. in seller favor .and public wealth t"'r'ICI'I'"rnl ; .

>* tinnes in a healthy, thriving condition maturing show its inhabitant what this State can I, WVY. A : .1XpItth.tT i I In Melgium the. markets h.iveheen' steady! i I tlrl's--Ihl' new ues for the soil-he Intro t +j jI
A : )
old plans anti. originating new ones supplylhcht, {with'e had. thought to j At IIru"sd"lIllHI Antwerp then. have been aj I I "
I'nnn Our Hcyulitrirrriwnlrnt.. Progns: could have said with regard to
for" the development of her varied resources. mention the kind, but how are we to know j fairly good consumptive' demand, and prices'I : the the I nail l
WAIIINOTOX: n.l'., November ::7,18? :+;0. trllgl'sf J""toJwllli(
The canal is: nearly completed so we can now fifty-five kinds of woods and their names: {I remain unaltered.The \!. lately in I debate Oi I Jolhjl'l in the it
has to make her toiletfor
Washington begun
"sec into the promised land," or rather the who have lived in a city all our life Nevertheless !; I St. Petersburg correspondent of the French senate) that I the wine Jtwllllllll'r- !
the coming events-the convening of est In l France alone
of the lake. Our steamboat is that Ihiihi AYir.1 write! : 011 Tuesday General rltrl'sl'111$1.1"1. :
water a very it h is true that Floritloll produces i which one-third
Congress on the (Kilt of December, and the 111 il already Jj ,
pretty craft and will he finished before the many: varieties: selected I alreadytor, useful I McUIiiill'summoned the members of the 1111 the balance threatened and
inauguration of President-elect Garticld on I wilhl'rill : i'
holidays. Our new and l cozy little church purposes: and will, doubtless: be 1'11111'11111'011 municipality' lately affiliated with the Supreme under its !steady advance into :
the 4th of March For the first
proximo. menu (Hint it' has aNo
will cost $1,000 and is receiving the finishing lir more of the same and other kind, si:*!>ion Commission: and asked: ; them what ; : spread into Spain
she! I is nearly prepared. Hotels and hoard! nnd Italy, where it i Is likely to ,
i touches from the skilful hands of the as two or more head get together competing meaurc: had been taken to cheapen theprice And a considerable) "illll
ing-houses have been thoroughly renovated t\'alolatltl. .
11\111 lt
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architect, Mr. :y:dmykr.11 will i l he ready in that line of businessTho: : more of bread. They replied that they htlnpplititeol : 1'1 i.a) ttl humus: already'nmiunenot.lt'rum }
the has had its annual and
Capitol : : scouring 'l
for the holidays. The long desired mill I is the merrier.L.iiu.: a commission, fluid doubtless Iti I those I'.gilll"! lfv iiig aloe 1*, the )11.I'rl'lIlw:1: .II
cleaning to place it in readiness. for the I to, South I ,\II'rfl. .11hursunlhnsnlt 1 1 but I increasing -
and is its first i would allocate u suitable sum for alleviating
already put in shape : cutting Uvit.ttovn: .1'nnnsNT.-1'hc numerou: i I
yearly event. The city is: receiving its complement numbers! to the United States
lumber this week It i is of largo capacity, i friends and acquaintances of ( 'al'l:1' : Joseph/ of those i insatiable: prying newspaper I the pressure tm the poor. General MelikolV The owners of one t if I the t WI llH'of 1o\'all": ;t

ond promies well for a large mnull'ayIugPUS: Wilson, of Tallahassee, willl'l'gl'd sinciivlyhis | told them that he had: taken liis measures, I er* running thence to I the : !111t
who betake themselves ,
Tress! A good. school house i is being planneil I.j death, which occurred Tuesday, away ) t 11111.1 the Minister! of War had: placed all the me the other day that their ships were
with carpetbag, to Newspaper!" : 1'ovv. pressed ]
and.l backed} up as it is by an energetic community from the bosom of his family; by tin accident bee surplus corn in the military stores! in :St. Petersburg I who 'IIII'I'olllll.al'al! wholt'tl'IIIIII.J
Congressmen too, here and Inlnltl'rllltllti I
may seen lll.
and cheap lumber its early completion to the Jacksonville, 1'lIsal'ola.I"hile: which would be sold at the ordinary Now, this condition of things is Florida',- f
there on the broad l l'OIIl'dl.1ltl''I t and
may be expected! The Peninsular road Uulroad: train between Kllavillc: and Live price. If the merchant, who, it was I opportunity It Italians be Informed oi )

A is slowly reaching out toward Ocala) 111.1willlllo'e Oak. We have not been able to gather all ! faces that have been curt Mined+ and caricatured *, ihcnpncss' of land, ( ., out"American \
most of the oranges this season.A of then particlars, but know that a telegramwas to monopolize I this: also, he would adopt\ over' 1 I
Into recognition; < broad. as! theirfame. Italy" tll.I' I'olnlt'I
settlement of about twenty Indiana: people received announcing that he was run against them the most stringent measure, attracting a people neees-'itie":

arc here nnd all seem happy, and areprofitably over by five cars. Is is said that the train which he did. not\ intend to employ against 1 compel (1111 to seek new home, rather I'
I :Society' has again opeiu-d its portals and than to people in northern
and pleasantly located. TIIl'Ykl'I'p ran oil' the track and he attempted to jump dealt its elegantly l'IIj.I'I\\.II'atels.!; Magnificent the young person printing and. circulating' 11\1'lIlill ntl'lln'at \. well oil'III to make

dropping hi and more will 01111''l' olFthe train. CaptainVilsun' \ was a lieutenant equipages, with liveried coachmen and secret publications: but which he utildcer- I changes hither on speculative grounds' I

-' work for immigrants-for J.oolll'eople-alltl in the Con federate navy on the Alabama i tainly against those: who combind I I to raise want them to come also, mid there l'IIIl't. f
footmen glide the boulevard and
upon ,
gencet'nuuglu In the North which
the of bread. 4 General )1t.likon'II\1I "
then Let other communities with Captain Semmes. After the war price \
we get go
richly attired pedestriansof both sexes! have papers 11.1 look;! out for chances of betterment J
1\1111110 likewise.1' C demote the Sun conductor on the Jacksonville, Pensacola I curtly bid the deputation" good. morning.
<>rrn} '/ of ran as returned! to their favorite promenade onl'cunsylvunia.lveuue to litiiI its 11a)' here\ without our
1I",11'rt'1I., it Mobile nod Florida Central roads, I I If extraordinary circumstances! call for a (1Cpulur't'rum pamphlet. Hut If we will put the informa ;

Jlrailfard.If in'which capacity I he made many new friend Ianciagsoiresiurd) the ordinary uperallunsoh'sup' 11011IIII'l' to give of the climate Ill resources

we had a chance to vote fur a new clerkof and entire satisfaction to his employers 'I receptions' are yet in (lit II rl). They vi II,11uwever ply ami demand+l, the present prices wouhlappear : of I this wonderful I Florida to the cultivators .d

the weather we think llradford would gave j begin' with Congress, and I then Tcrpi-( Ii of Southern I Kurope, who IIn'trl'lld
and the public lIt'Wi promoted to justify It.'J'lIn. I F.nglish: American
vote solid to put the present incumbent out i chore will have her day, till )Lent places its: \o II'Ihc apl'rl.
the position of r01l1 1111I1oll'r. and I was: acting I I Iin it \11 open the way to a movement of tm
I I wholesome tl'slrllillt11'011 the intemperate! ( oiAVI:. hither \which shall with time
ami keep him out. We believe, the negroes' and in the discharge of his 111jllilll ,
would lay aside their objections to voting duty llai'll'lIl'lIl.itr when: he met the fatal accident! whithIlel'rl'c I feet, feats maul fifes of youth.: We find I in the //I"tc" of the 17th of Ihlt to the =Northern states !

with the white people and go solidly with the railroad of faithful The inauguration of President-elect Garfield November' a very interesting art icheby that I"oll'tll' ago I wrote to :Secretary1'varts:
company a to him the ul'gitiui;
bids fair to !surpass( in !splendor( all (previous able and writer Dr. (C. J I. 111'1..Iilll' :
ray Hen, Tucker too 1-Mr. W. Alvarez officer and a devoted wife and loving children lI' l- always accurate ueful employment to diplomatic ami

sends us: a fine specimen of his present sugar of a husband) and father whose manhood IlIall lItall'l'l'l'mOllrl's. The numerous Kenworthy, on the subject of the cultivation consular olliccr in Southern 1.ItI'I" by instructing '
I' Republican clubs: in conjunction\ with the of the olive.The l them disseminate: .
cane crop which for size: weight, length frankness and honesty so endeared) tht1 j
/ and number of in citizens of Washington: have', for sometime, general impression is that the olive J jurisdiction Information touching I the I
joint, lays over anything
them to 11imim'e extend to the family our its: Its: hinds, and our homestead
the line we have seen yet. The stalks are heartfelt sympathy. lie was our highly been consulting upon( measures to give rcl>tt does not width any marketable- crop undertwentylive Irodlls! I am not without' hope that thl.rl'I'olllllll'lllatiol .

ten and one-half feet long have twentyeight esteemed. friendMay (Sod ('011:>10IIl'I'r\ I IIIlHll'ollll'lIrt I to the inauguration: jonmiittees' have beenappointed yours There are many Impatient will be favorably l'Ollsll.l '

joints alllll\\'Crllg'e twelve pounds.: If ( ( and 1 preliminaries have been arranged. )people in the world who would like to ered.Florida+I
the widow and rphHI
!. the hack should, any wav, seek to
On grounds of the presidential
and the fruit the 1011111.
'plant uruog's'eds gather
beat this it
anybody can we'll give upCe ize t ho ".\IIII.tlll Italy m'slung

will )put the Alvarez boys against the State GKOltaiA'S LLKCTtMAL .'07'/-:. mansion, commonly known as the same, season, and to whom time is an ene I'rrll'll. and it can I be easily: and imply

for first-class farmers. Mr. A. cultivates the The beorgia electors failed to east the electoral White Lot, and on other livailable space In lily To such the planting: of trees is an lilII; 1111 If it !should cost live-fold what l( I

1l1p'Ion.-.tarke 1 Ti'lrymjih.Columbia.. the city, will he erected a large number of absurd waste of time, and to wait twentylive now paid for our commissioner of Immigration -
vote Wednesday, as required for enlightening the lnglish-spcukimg!
tents to aecomodatc] the visiting' regiments |
is to wait forever. They consider! '
years thu amount I Is too ,
law of Congress, The cause seems to be a races trilling comparedwith
and companies, of which illlile an army are that posterity hasdonenothingforthem I and the to be dwell
) 1II\Iit to -,
Heal estate has been changing hands! in nlivl'lr badly worded Georgia statute but it is! a ollulll..I.
cx]>uctcd. Hoardi ng-huujes, hotels, andhousekeepers to Most 'upon for 11111tlllt. In of limoh'naelty ,
they owe nothing (posterity! people, Ihl"trlllll
manner of late. The result has! in pity that blunders in so many states might, t '
generally are preparing for IL Xorllrf rUL'1'l ;
however will bc-cncouraged to learn Dr.Kcnworthy's .
every case proved) satisfactory to the seller. in case of a close election, defeat the popular / by their climatic: lines, I (instance tinSwedes -
larger number of )persons: than ever beforevisited article I that the olive in Califor: i 1
I hither from UpHila In
Good prices have been given, which indicates will.UIM1GHATIONAXlt. brought
continued and good fu Washington.: / sometimes fruits when six years old. and 1871 (some ninety adults). at my own expense I
prosperity a
The Museum linil in the Smithsonian whom I provided one ubsequently o
new +ling comes fairly Into bearing' at ten years old fill year, *
ture. Lieutenant C. C. Ilobcrtson ami+l his OVll XATIOXAL
to those would
grounds has been secured for the inauguration it 1'11Ij Wl agreeto i
Like the valuable
brother-in-law, )1 r. Lyons, formerly of Gads- WLATIl. orange grows Improve five acres of land each. .
lIen county, have removed to the ")Idnt 'replaec"thl'ir The following is from the I.onllollIII1- hall. It i'lll magnificent edifice, with increasing crops, from year tu' 'cllr. Most of I these lands are now worth $.VO) au i
just finished, and is: much more suitableand and+eventually produces an enormous ins acre ; will It.1 give that Income, and although
recent purchase, and by far iiiixt : comfortable than the I immense shed such a In eight without "
'. In San Diego California' (hero t'lll 'C'II.
( 011I( are
the lIlo.t'aluahle: property that has of late The tide emigration to the United States Is 1I110 yet ,
changed hmd'l-Ilnd are preparing to
strate the of market gardening. wine is now (lowing on again in greater volume ball of (;ieneral iran( of ninety gallons of oil per year Immigration from HWI'I"I hither alt hougi

profit than ever. Going back for a period of \ten The coming 4th of Man h w certainly bea One) trie in IK77 produced 1)2!): gallons till it has brought down some Swedes from Minnesota
making, orange growing and farming.- years we find that in 1870 the total number gala day Washington and if the weather' and Wisconsin, and the! muvciiuntthence d
Several I heavy transactions in the orange of, immigrants into the :states was 3 7.0u0.III Comparatively' young! I trees yield an average i is increasing.Now m

trade past
point it swiftly declined, until in have IIlIl'Illll'WWlll1" has: not been seen since The tree i Is said tol.e easily propagated by I received from "some of my fdloHI'pII, scans
brought; to our attention. The small grovesin it had fallen to Within the In this of Jacksonville
1878 138,000. town ,
the combined armies of (!rant and Sherman like the Ii every possible
cuttings or layers: They areplanted !
improving and increasingin twelve months however the (( and to this
our county are past or so, impediment' annoyance cji-
marched through the city, at the then supposed I about the distance the
yield annually, and the owners are now arrivals have been on a constantly increasing same apart as terprise in the way ofkhlllui'plllgul'lldtnuwu

the reward of their wisdom and scale, and if they continue at the conclusion of Northern and :Southern orumgetree. It will111111I1 about the same"' the H\l'II'I, ) Ilcl'Utll my l allt

reaping same rate as at )present, the number of immigrants strife. amount of cold as till! orange, and required attacking 11 II ways, but to the
labor of several years ago; in planting the during! the current year will not principle already+ enunciated that Iuumiigragratlun -

orange. The lI1t'rdlallt'llllake their profit fall short of 500000. LO\ltO\ LVTTEIt.J''roni about lieu same soil The leaves", are Simian, w1 fill low Its: IIWI climatic line*. s+

on the hauling. Several new groves are to In 18.V5. commission: : which inquired Into Mender and pointed, of a greyish color, the Had / the $$.,lIH') it cost me to bring
the subject and] kept as accurate an account tree growing i up' taller and nioresleiiderthan! these penniless Swedes from trllall to the- I
beset out this winter in this vicinity, and as possible of the cash brought by the our reyiilur Cnfrf i>mident. Sanford Grant upon
(the In Kuropu it is much slower of lUlllll. lint'lUl.
many of those! already] under headway will emigrants, )placed the average at about LJ.t LOMMI.V, ENILANIluvctuhcr: : = l. 1/1100; ), orange. driblet of J I I II "
be extended. The oranges of Columbia per( head. This average was at the time objected The uninterruptedly tine weather of the' growth than In California. That it willrow dav, I am perMiaileil, have Increased to n
to as being too low, anti bearing in well\ In Florida I is established, by the volume of thousands annually' and 1 ant
county are of !line size thin skin and deliciously mimljtho: testimony now borne as to the better I''" week has been of great service' to farmers trees now growing in St. Augustine, which till more persuaded of this by recent experience. t

flavored.-Apparently the Jllllrktganlells character) of the immigrants the averageat ; the frost bus: not been severe enough; to .
within a radius of six miles of the 'present is much more likely to ex- interfere with wheat :sowing, and considerable have liorne! for many )" 'ar:4.: There are "IIIIJ In March last, I employed 1 a IKTSOII tu
cceithan to fall short of what is was fourteen fine tree: at )Dungcncss, or Cumberland! Island wrll In 1IIlial piqursnbnut) the "Ameri
city will not increase in number or acreagethis
has already been made. The
The incoming of SOO.dot( progress & and to advertise to in formation
years ago. and probably In other places In Georgia can Italy give
season. The unfavorable weather, indicating emigrants, theiefore. may be said to add at thrashing machine has been busily. work, and Florida. ('tc.,,to inquirers. The! deluge of letters

a late spring, has frightened the once fully .17(100.10)<> to the capital' of the and a slightly increased !supply of wheuthmas I that 1"\\'lI'IUIMIIIlY 1 11u'kkssourrcynmhd' ,l

fi beginner, while the states, a ,by no mean insignificant item in "" 1MMH1HA- cut ( that within thrtv
ine.\H.Ticnced[ young already come to hand.I According to ,advices UL'MMAL SAM'OHH fJ.
' t' the trade account of the COUlltt\'. weeks he was writing and telegraphing me,
veteran trucker nothing daunted, is busily Hut of course the value of the'immigrants, the week's thrashing has: brought more In more ('emphatic) 1fru"l' than I will employ '

engaged in planting and cultivating. The is nut to be measured by the altogether inadequate promptly' into view (the deficiency In the 7i, thf JMitur iifthr l'ni>tu : h'rt',11m lllI the work of tie)'

area vegetables] planted will be as large. as standard of the coin they bring in wheat crop, and I the damage to that of bar Your i issue of the '.'/illi contain, under the employe, and \\11 ,llll\.. nn regret
when the their i> that of last and
year, possibly ley. The trade for the best samples' of home "
are the )physical vigor and acquired industrial Progress.'' MUIIO practical view on this through that heap of Idl'rl. 1 I 11111 l a rau/C
time comes to plant beans and cukes the skill of the immigrants themselves." grown wheat has ruled firm during the week, inqxirtunt question for Florida, in which I of 11"11 made whiih thirty 1'11Wv.

frightened beginners may Ilek11' courage to the rate at which these ought: to lie appraised but inferior wimples! ot' which there are far think I recognize the 1':11111111'uur friend )Dr.Kenworthy and "llicl 1 indicated to mu it stronger levl-

and increase the acreage handsomely. Our opinion will differ widely for all estimates too have been a slow and difllcult nlltlwlildl. as ''urrt"'lMJlIlJiIl' II ie eager interest with regard trt.c'ne
of their value are, necessarily, more many with my own opinions! I crave u space in ..\llrll'all Italy," thuur I Illull ant\.-
gardens are looking finely. Cabbage crops or less tj>eculativc. sale. In bindoii' Wednesday the restricted jour columns for u comment ujmn.And ) patcd. i

are flourishing and the pen crop ii> many If; however, in order to avoid anything : supply' of bread-stuffs gave the turn first In stating, that "..IIII.U 1KVJ' we Nothing= seemed to take u stronger IiohlMHI

gardens is ready for the first r'l'iillg.- like exaggeration, we place thcu'erugctlue of the market in fU\'urof sellers who had afairlygoodconsuhmptivedchaudlodcll have received nearly ten million of ihuulgrunts tlC imagination and practical i sense of I
as a capital creating force of each immigrantat ) ." he should have said the Xwth bus! these | than the fuel (hut in this coun
The made Lake duringthe
rapid strides! by City L.IIJ.: we get at the actual or potential addition with. What settlers the South receives\ come mainly tryn'rc 1fhdigentius toit, wen growing ,;Irl ''if

past two or three )'cars-nut alone in to the wealth of the country by such On Friday the sale was steady on" t'lIlIl'HIlaY'1iLa.oi" /nun our =Northern States, and,the qucntion II Its wiMids, the orange and Il'llll tht

material intprovententmuladornment of the a body of immigration as that now taking "' but the tone was l>scarcely than In arise why the South has lint rl'(' +lyY1 itlttllllre mulberry, the vine, the Indigo plane, lit.

place, but in securing to herself the control place the ('lIlJrlllUlJoJum of flOO.dOO.OOu tier of the more iuq' >rtant provincial markets or 'thi vu>t movement which represents which! they, at I great exiK-n"eund labor ou
would many in the North\ with Its descendants l. lands which few )
annum. This estimate, we again repeat to-ilay costly could uwn, but Lutl KM
of the large cotton trade of the adjoining is not put forward with any claims to an advance up' to one shilling per over thirty million of jn-ople' and the to pay high rent for, were cultivating to fn.. + 1

counties-is a source of ('omn1lJJcom 1'nt, jierfect al' 'lIrIlCY, It is bimply u rough calculation ter was reported up to the middle (Iluar-// answer, apart truth commercial Itllli hulu- artaim&-.\!al tic market through our c tw :

and excites wonder in the minds of everyone intended to bring home to the week for the finest samples, which bus generally trial considerations! i I. simple: Immiijration house. "

has been her The minds of those who may nut have thoughtfully been maintained 1 to its chose! The always futloifi lit men iHmatic linn; thus the One amore word I, and I have done It f*
bo rapid progress. considered the bubject borne notion of Northern States have been flooded 1 by this lirotcctioii$ to these ('ulllrt and! other [>cu--
energy of Lake City's business men, coupled the rapidity( with which the lTnitetl States quantity; of grain afloat however, has canned vast stream which, commencing on the Atlantic liar products of the South that uilUtiiuulate ,

with their unsurpassed business qualifications are being enriched by the drafts they are a weaker tendency to prevail (In ondun at has pushed\ its solid wave to the the immigrant u* well a* the Northerner

have securel to her a grand result. making uj on the pulation of the Old the end of the week. ICnt-Ly Mountains( and over to the Pacific by with his capital hither, ali my good ttUtul
World. hut it is some indication that we \itflliifn raret, uccUMtomed to the climate Mr. Itoutwell tu the (lutrar' notvvithktu.ilng -
Lake City is theses island cotton mart of the have not overstate the annual movement In France during the past week agricultural and culture ut the tciniicrute' zone. lu the South bus more Il'Ca U-day of *-

+' State. In the centre of trade for Columbia, of wealth arwingin this! way that the United work has sutuewhmatlmludcreYltime bringing Tu secure! its share of this fruitful and vivifyingktrcamthe.Simth cctiun than the North, not uh> \fur it*

Uaker. Bradford, Suvvannce, Hamilton anda States Bureau of Statistics hart estimated (forward hunme-gruwn supplies' and I in should look toSoutheni url (*, sugar, ricv, etc., but for iu rut"diy
the growth of capital through immigration Kuroif: where are similar climate andproduction growing industries and inereashng ttkOl;
portion Alachna and Taylor the earlier portion of the week the
Lafayette in the fifty years prior to 1871, when of consumptive and u vat population whom t l.t.t U more rcusoj,for it to-day utter tUUtremendousTiphenvul
counties As marked as has been Lake course, the inllux was trifling: to what It U demand was influenced to Home extent 'agricultural distress and industrial crises are of the late. civil wur

City' progress during the past two years we now and when, moreover the quality of IJY the iltrwlII" licing too much swollen to Inqx-lling' to seek new home ; such jteople.. and its result. than the North ever hulzstl

predict that the eusuing two years will the immigrants was much below the present admit of mill' running. Foreign wheaU bringing hiliel to accustomed climate their without entering IItr upon) }d lllk, UI'
standard at of XSVMVAM own ', if which are the south( (which
an average IT cuIUtl' many JHJST
secure to her even a grander and more astonishing have !been held with firmness, but the trade lucrative whatwe thlnk.Jwuult
annum. ________________ mot ali here are visit times (country ; itUruWy)'
prosjierity. We are proud of our has not been britk.In need and can mot easily secure all lll1Uy,1) will venture here t.rir.tc In ,*-

business men !-lake City Jtejjorter. J. I"'. NEWCOMER, of Toledo, Ohio says : iermany, the corn trade law improved when .Progress" puts at |5iiO a (family the bl|> $to hU assertion, that dJ" ) "

I have been greatly benefited by wearing un on' the whole At Stettin: on Wednesday, value "f immigrants to the country, he very of l'ruh'.tilnln th. ('HUltl' will t tV&wwur
JJuiul.Fiftyfife Excelsior: Kidney lOad anti would recommend much uIII"tatl their worth to Florida! question in the ," and vhra
}. specimen of Florida woods all persons troubled with weak kidneys wheat wu .kmrI&1I.1 the trade firm, but Our | olilical. i-conomUt put ut $1.0u the New Kngland will be tlaniurin for fie,'

were rt"Cch"etllJy rail fur bhipmeut to North to try it.-See Adit. barley wo a dull *ue.! At Hamburgh \'alut the country of every male adult trade. II. I'. t HAAVU-U.





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h --- ---- being dragged slowly along passage
{'OICLOP TIIIHJL'LLS.t tion or reminiscence. > and related to an event in our family hisI: I better go through/ the Lydia accounts.left 1 the room. till it stopped for a moment. longer.

"You must have seen the play bcfur, tor'. It set me musing. Without word after acquaintance with I could resist my feelings no 1

Chime chime, chime Lord Westerham." "('urns, young man"," !said< the broketno A year or two mother my! I died, and I became 1 li-incd up from my bed nnd 1 opened scared the, door(
(Chime out from yourold gray tower, yc bells, "Once," I replied, "a long time ago, from !
The hymn of the Sabbath'morn, the box next to this one." you know it's your duty to Ie .con At the bidding, of Lord \\'estcrham win, the perspiration the lloor the den!
;Solemnly sweet your music1 l swells:' Then you will remember to-morrow; ,," pans with champagne: found? went with it. the of Mainwaringand checks, dragging/ along dressed t

Sweetly solemn the talc It tell:'!, she' said' as she' entered the carriage. "J 1 wU1uite! dazed with the!'pcech.. I assumed: of name the same year went body of Jock Campbell. lie was in

Of a Sabbath day now born, know your promises'\ arc !sacred Got. u If you go wool-gathering, young man," in the winter Castle Creasy. his (evening waistcoat and trouser: with a
Jock Campbell to : I !had often seen. His I i
from far mid from to .nntinue(1Shepherd"I'll bring you to,!C001l with Iightersnokllgjacket! :
Culling; near pruy'r, night. ( in the tram, after ) &
"Theo he said' to me fallen off( and lay near the
Trembling yc fall on the soft, still air.: enough.; "I want to take 'oulnto smoking cap
it.My "Don't he too hard on the. youngster! TilShepherd cmoking silence.' b !
Clung, clang, clang 1 said Jock Campbell.' con silence." S'lv caught Lydia She: did not MJ
I youth was most unbal'p\'. Mv inothi which. he spoke impressed me eves .
Clang out with your loudest tongue, the talc had married a second time Welsh rlerg;\'- "If he don't stand champagne. : I'll knoc The tone in turning point of a word; but lifting her hand with a meaning

Of the fire fiends' march of .death ; man, who bad speculated' on her family. M ile his head oil" replied the bully. It seemed, as: thougJ i. some itself. I never conceited a gesture could ext -
Making the stoutest! heart to email, "No won't Tim," rejoined Jock. "_\ mv life was presenting and gazing at me with her look of
was the sister' \: I\IlIlll1ter the! heir general, i of you he said. "I havelccn rcs':<,
Bidding the ruddy cheek turn pale, Lord Wcsterham, who having two boys) ullil big. fdlow like you, can't lilt a child like "We'll thinking talk business over matter, and 1 hud that. terror amid entreaty, I felt I knew her pray

As it feels the fiery breath an encumbered rl'ulll'\tllte' nmld do little tir that." the nnd cr.

V Of the monster that hurls its wrath, her, even if so incline! The death of hl No, you can't Tim," said the company.' barring/ my( little !sister I have in nr nearer country relation I returned to my_ room. -vx

+ Destruction and death on our path. two boys made but little change in his iiclination We don't want no champagne. Lady Westerham, not going to live long.11y The dragging noise still continued, till it
Now I am I heard it in
11e. than
You shall' have some, however, you. Jocks room.
it seemed to embitter his wife ami I pppasitc
as it came
Peal peal 1 ordered half heart is: shaky, and I know ; there was a
hard Scotch Puritan, toward those who dared Jock Campbell, and he to 'our- the room itself. Then pause.
Peal out bells and merr'ty' greet a it have no one to whom, as much as ) to bed again: but
ye were to succeed: to the inheritance of hcr a dozen of Mr. Croft, who brought \11' comifidcmic'es.fy Meanwhile: I hud nol gone
The birth of the bridal self. I can bequeath my clothes I waited
morn ,
i himself.'\ on some
: did it the putting
sons. Nor improve dispositio\ She had ex hastily )
Bloom! ; ye llowcrs, in fragrance sweet, By this time Jock Campbell hail com(' little sister' is well pro\'lch'llcr.
Small: come.
toward me of my step-father. as\ were myself' and the what was
Making a path for fair young feet, I'I'cts they stood 1 in the way of hii'! near me. actly the same fortune us, when she In about a quarter of an hour my owndoor
nl'pro considerable
With never a lurking thorn, stepbrother-an ehulerisickly "You must take a glass, youngster," he tu-cu ..Iatlolls will be and Lydia beckoned to me !'OI-
I r ,1wc'l1III son, mv impulsive' therefore intend dividing opened,
J 1 Happiness, hope, and harmony boy who died before his father. But said, "If only for the sake of my song. no) cOllies of age. I I leave lently.
S In your glad cadence, oh marriage bell. eurly'lil'e and home were unhappy. M ly you know it? my own fortune into two" parts :She; said but a few words in a whisper so
my "Yes," I answered. "In my family it ;i to her and one to you. for the silence round, it
Toll, toll, toll 1! !'lIlutlpatrlmollY was seized on by my rte; I made some geturcsf de'reeatinn.'Don't low that except
known the of Lydia Mainwarinj;. inaudible.
oh bell father, who grudged! me the food ulIIIl'\hl'lter' as song and don't think J would have been
in old tower
Toll me "
your gray Scotchman. interrupt said. Timisw'as
the Welsh who )loved the she
from Thin girl I lie died in 111)room,
Above where the sleep! gave me my own money. }; shareabsolutely. J
weary live boy You ha !hall leave you your
soul knell could\ not last thus. At an rariyage I then 1Vheredoyuu my but when I do, you all.
d Toll for the parsing a hope not to (lie' just yet found
better home. Campbell was
found in London with a go the next day Jock
fore myself living The
the dash and swell charge on
above making a
That sounding letter
will I receive a
in the
"I for some one. Nothing room)
am waiting Iii
distant cousin who tile dead !!
dark and a conveyancer gave This is: what lawyers 1 lying on
Of the river deep.\ I leave
here to-nigh you. him. His
: "Alan money
M'Tuvish' come near
; allowed His lay
latchkeun" me to have mv OWII disturbed. cap
shoals of lOin a binding: !
from the rocks and It is not legally was
May warn will secret trust.
house. You .
tlistairelative He has been taken to a sponging n of the ghastly journey.The
under the guidance of another t it. I do not clothes bore no trace
l1). way
The souls that ungathered know will respect I
arc yet
a sporting man and a scapegraei had better leave l this, as there is sure to be a but .un,1 word. You authorities who investigated the matter

Thus with a tongue \aryingtone, It was under his patronage that I )becuniacquainted row soon. Can I give you" a lift ?" even will know ask you the to letter give to me be genuine your both from reported that he "died by the visitationof

with the establishment) of M( '. "I live in linker IItn'et. "
this God.
That in shadow swings two seals: -
ever ; and from
1 It handwriting
M'Tavl-h ?
What! with old Culvert disease
. Echoing back the sad heart's moan ; Hubert Croft. It Is a wonder to me now my and another with It was a true verdict, as the heart
is not f.irout of to the barracks'\ one i I wear on mlingl'r, had killed
Denying the peal) of joy to none, that I was not ruined in purse\ and reputi my way the initials L. )[.' had spoken to me
I A lesson your ministry brings lion before 1 reached the age of nineteeiFortunately "His!! brougham was standing at the thou The communication was so "al1c1cninJ.thatI !mini.'f;'f'flit

E Of shared alike with all, I disliked the SlJcil'tIII to and he took me home. Probably the night ,
sympathy of
Croft's he could I,1 not find! a word reply.
Hub ilnnr
Don't to l.mifil flin
which I initiated and after the lirolt OUII\ more tlinn .1. ._ IllS death T ncaru "n, '"'''' open
c fJ Hear thy bridal wreath or funeral pall was: it i is not silence pleased hint more ,,,'u, pnruscs hour or ,
"Trust tIletrI"
Klmirn Free 1'reax. llattering assurance' that I was seeing life paid at purling. my once again. Again Lydia walked down
t t I backed out of )((1'. Croft's intimate circli good l. for'oll. and my name" is Jock Cuni|'- I hope so. and again came to my room Together -

:' A LASTIXO .UI .UJnr. Indeed I never entered into his cstublisj: hell. We shall meet\ soon. V. ; we went and prayed by the side of

ment above two or three times-once with his collln.
\..; The night of my return I went to the:i my cousin who having !!CCUl'ellllle the l'lI. met Castle! Creasy is a very lonely place.' Tin "Cousin Theo," she said to me "you know

I'; Hay-market Theatre. After my long wutderings t tree, allowed me alone to I improve the ocasion. Alan M'Tavish waCl'\tllJI1l'\l't' free from the house is built in granite, with a moat TIll rout gho t. that he loved you as we both loved him I

my arrival had disappointed Inc.ti It It was on my third and last! uJIPl'ar-: pponging-hnu'\ l'uh'cit'us rich, and hii'!' it, now dry und grown in grass. f must never see you main if I can help it.

was a dull November Saturday. Londo mice that I made the acquaintance ot Jock mission seemed to be the release of Ala of Lydia laln'urJl1lIIunts\ I one portion oit Se\'erl'cck me ; nnd if we meet, let us do sons
with bachelors' rooms:!,
found from arrest. He was: a 'quaint kind-hcartcu -a' long corridor, Insk this: favor on liiscof-
was nut full, and I scarcely an) Campbell. The hon i t tII nperg.; you
I I I j of the greetings! I had longed for and ex. After dining alone with the conveyanceI yet scllish old. man, who had discovered the and ending 1 in n billiard room. owing tits < fin."

peeled. My few "relatives were absent ; I In I left him to his work, went to the theatre' !secret that immediate compliance saved' U was more gloomy than necessary!: thin I preSscdher!! hand and ga\'e.her the prom ;

the clubs I belonged to I only found strut nnd sat in the stalls: next to Jock. I lookr great Ill'alof trouble. His!! only holItWU!! half tl'IHUltlestute.. It was house: rare tse. Then she kissed: the coffui und glided

gcrs. Time hung )heavy on my hands lifterthe much younger than my age, which was: tlot : his I profession, which had produced, and wj :\ any visitors wcreudmitted! to the part iron? noiselessly from the corridor. I did nol see

strange scenes of the past live years So more than seventeen.: When I left thl' I producing, a good deal I of nnlll'To II Iv from the want income, partly master her ngnin.
of its
I went to the lluymarkct. theatre I crossed the llaymarket nail pass I.1. great purl of this!! his few relatives scenic the almost ascetic seclusion The next night Lady Westerham sent for

The little theatre! had always been my up the little court to Croft's.. I had I cijaged ,n'kllme.Iun helped himself freely, IIIHI since the death of the t\sosons.relieved the me. She said to me hardly : .

fancy. I remembered it from very ('arly i. to meet my scapegrace cousin'\ then was only arrested when Culvert was out of One custom alone partly lll'nce.:0 oppressive :;- The ;grave has closed over Jock. He is
+ of the
veuthFarrcnVeb.+tcr Huckstone! Howe lie had dazzled me with the promise "I' town. I was /far more humble und contcntcmyself character tl'! houses- gone. My sons are gone. Doubtless you

i doll, Mrs. Mrs. Glover, Julia Hen taking me to a scene of even greater blis: : with my small tneuns-amigplecuotig: h not long; introduced into country in different will enjoy their inheritance. 1 dot not love

nett and Nlsbcti Murton. I have never bcen At the door of Hob Croft's waiting for it tnhe us Culvert would not hear of my paying rill' was kl'l''t burning all night absolutely por' you, !but I am not unjust. Let us never

1 1II' u great theatre-goer or devotee of the druturand opened at the necessary: signal, stooll bed or board. lions of the building. This:: was und) meet again..'
but well proportioned form Who is Jock Campbell I asked of necessary' in case of any night alarm Culvert M'Tav
my knowledge of theatrical history 1 I Ipretty Is the hill heavy, ) ; small number of the !ser Next: day I left the house.
well confined to the llaymarket.i. ;hut had sat next me at the theatre, Looking Man mudo up" for the ish was Jock's executor, and his will was ns \ .

at me as we entered he said in a ton As good a fellow as ever lived. A C.1p- vants. he had announced it. Hut the letter never

of compassion : "Hillo! young man, yo tutu in the -, and a kind of cousin! of Jock and I walked through the large reached me.

There was rather a long entr'acte, and my,; ire beginning early" I half resented hi"cmarks : i )yours 'and mine. Did you" ever hear thong gloomy hall. the heroine of the ; lit I was nearly twenty-one, and Calvert

mind by Insticnt! but mistily: went over till and with an air of "superiority\ l'' '< of Lydia tllaintv'arimig, / ? "There is song M'Tuvish, my next friend agreed to my

ferent (occasions of play-going. Here I had isked the waiter if Mr. Alan M'Tavish Inaarrived. Yes, I I have-often.; Somehow' or other said.I traveling. I had always longed for adventure -
either in imagination or
I I did not like to tell the manner in which I looked up, and the deserted
whei to -
been with A. and 11. and C. in days likeness' of the and my first journey walt
I the end of the play lVa3thebegituinfof the "Alan M'Tavish l"! Jock Campbell mm had last: heard it. I reality, saw a striking \ Ares cities af Cl'ntralUll'rlcu..

evening. Nearly\ opposite once existed a cured to himself, as, on learning that my, "Well, since the loves of Lydia and IIf sent Lydia Mainwaring. Wo went up ar. At Guatemala I had heard of the death of
j ousin arrived I walked. into thirst Jock her lover, the names of Mainwarinmd ; oaken staircase: and passed a long gallery after
kind of hell upon earth called Hob Croft1 l; hud not received the master and Lord Westerham, followed shortly by
intertwined in almost Then we were by
whither young men went merely because i itWtil room. Campbell have been that of his wife. The latter hud left me her
I small and crowded. The e'erye1l'rntioll.. You-at least you mistress'\ of the house. her
disreputable. The rooms were / with them her fortune which was not very large as
Once or twice in early youth I had been I ;as fiamcd, but the !floors were !winder' mother is: a Mainwaring. Lord Wcsterhailias Lydia Mainwaring startled and was fear-stricken ,than will expressed'\ it, out of pure justice." It

taken there and I had not fancied it, for.. The space was divided into )boxes: of which! [ married. t\ t/I\lhe1t. Hut Lady Wcsteiliuni eyes more the again was charged with an annuity for Lydia Main-}
The likeness to picture
thai before.
rough amusements had never been to -ni; nly two sides were fenced olf. The ntmo-!! has. nearer\: (lalnwaring relations waring.

liking. At Mr. Croft's an ordinary cvenin there was thick with smoke ; and there her husband Jock Campbell i is!! her nephew,. struck! me.Westerham received us in a kind I knew I was well off, but nothing more.
I be found the refuse of the race-course md she has a 1-lrlli\'h1J.; with her, halt'coo Lord : I had by
generally ended in u fight, and not very estruordinary ,vas to reserved lmly"'es. Out of Jock C.\Il1pbcU'lIlegaey put
one in a police invasion 'Ibre md singing !halls with a large sprinkling of: sin, half dependent, whose name is Lvdi. but somewhat kissed Jock the manner.forehead. Then one-half religiously as a reserve against the

I had been kept from harm's way by Jock! );'oun men of the upper and middle classes!! ', :Mainwaring is and whose relationship':\ toLonVesterham she tcrham turned to me and on said : secret trust which, as'yet, had never been
dead. Once-the remcmbrancc guardsmen and others, who like myselimagincd \ scarcely ( communicated to
; relations\ me.
Campbell- Mainwar
1 I said with I must bid you welcome, )[ -
followed quick-I had come to tho they were enjoying life. "I wish I knew my _
theatre in u box with Jock Campbell and Jock Campbell; entered as a king/ and wa IL sigh. I have so few respectable acquainanccs. hog, though sons you will enjoy the inheritance( Yr.

them Lydia Mainwar. upturoiisly greeted by the assembly.He : ." of my I dined invited the next day with Sir
others. Among was sulllcienl?" uolkellIan.. Lydia shook hands with us with a look us: as
I not
IK fellow-tall, at least !llx .Am
ing. The play was the same us that now was a splendid blow.. Esiner and Lady Egerton.
she feared
acted-the School for Scandal." I eel four, muscularith! great breadth of /'Well, perhaps I am not respectable! he though tdress There was but one guest! beside myself. It
ing will to rooms +
glanced at the box wo had occupied. It wu ihoulders, )powerful arms!!, und a hundsomtiighbrcd replied in his turn. "You know he wen Perhaps" you go Westerham.your "Thejare was Jock Campbell's bister. She is i now my
diltlcult '. Lady Wester: InterpoCl'dl.adr
tair-complexioned face on whicl in to say, "the ) Lady Eg- 1
The curtain again rung up. the wife. The day after our marriage
empty and 1n i 1\ in the bachelor's wing. Lydia, ring <
onl! has crotchet your step-father
ornament ham!
Another entr'acte. The box was still emji he wore a mouoltuche-un ;) erton inclosed:; me letter. It was the secret
Jonged-for' return hall< known in those days to men who, like bin!. brute Hut certainly you should' know bell. trust of Jock Campbell.It .
I My
bighed. make
ty. It won't do fur ucquain Jock seemed half inclined to some(
t almoc in the cavalry. more people.) your
I had self
were thus
such :
been a disappointment. but the whole atmosphere ran
to see some friend in the box. Curious Good-night, Jock," the mob cried out. :tutee to bo confined to Culvert and myseli. joking observations DEAREST THEO-This is my secret trust.
,' -in u box near it two hands in black! "Good-night," ho responded cheerily ; 1\1111 I'll think" it over. Just lend me couple cBounds. followed was too the chilling butler to and our oppressive rooms. ant If Lydia Mainwaring is ever in want of
gloves are holding: an opera glass directed toward notwithstanding: the vile surroundings: !hiresence The corridor in which they were situated money, give her half my! legacy to you. She

m(. The wrists seem familiar, but smal > and his voice showed thegood there was entered by u flight of four or five steps is the one love of my life.
sinews expressing power was, in the man. "If die without heirs, bequeath the
hard wiry
with very Lord and I.ady'eterluun came to town, Over the entrance there was a dim gaslightThe you
time I looked lIe was not more than four and twentymil left to sister It js
and strength. The next up their the door of the billiard room;: sum I you my my
same over
insisted' askinjne !
uhnotforgott'n tad Jock Campbell \ !
the hands and the glass are there no loner: the days hud not died out, now Lord Wcsterhum wtmi!! hcavjlighbred opposite.' It contained twelve rooms, &hon : dying wish that you should marry her.Goodbye ,
dinner. ;
the back of the when course debauchery waleemcd : to dear cousin. Your attectionatc '
has retired to
mid the owner interested in agriculture. either side. These were furnished ir young:
the extreme of wit und good com man "
( und I lIly the rough style with which bachelots used: t cousin-JOCK. lilackwoml.
box.The and well known Spring-heeled Jacks, wrenching olloorknockers md deep in reviews newspapers. _.
I play was over, a The stall any. midnight surprises tights in "'l' tl'rham was the rt'alligure round wIdth formerly to be treated. THE PHILOSOPHY OF POTATO
farce was about to commence. the family hitorf.gccl.! with! There was a bed very little better than a
well-known fll'ecamo he street, attacks on the l'ohl'e-th wer vas grouped COOKING
half emptied, when a Patches
with curtain. -
were ealtlf dimity
dressed ploughman's,
a great
of the hair under a cap
of men
Esme he many young ;ray,
WtSir KH
and greeted me. It pleasures staid and lights in rich silk und old laces, she was in every of carpet were placed here and there. The There was a lime when potatoes were
erton, once a school fellow, then a clergyman world now grandfathers Jock had fallei r espect the yrande dame. Her manners ut wash-hand-bland was of painted deal, and worth a dollar each How could that be?

-a vocation lie had renounced on sue heir generation.from highspiritsrutherthai Campbell irst; were somewhat assuring ; but there WIISa : the dressing: table was covered with an unbleached The man must have been starving to pay .

feeding to a baronetcy and a property He nto these ways Ho was full of hardness her well cut features and a cloth, on which stood a small that; price! It was not one man, but thous- _f
was a kindly dull man. from depravity.handsome and beloved-beamini; look almost ferocious in her eyes overbuilt: plain looking-glass.! The windows!! had mds of men, who paid that price, and' right ?

'Westcrham;' ho"said, I had no ide; trong, which, was enlisted by his jy bushy eyebrows, which impressed) you shutters, but only two plain calico curtains ;; here in California too. They had an abundince -

you, wero in London. vith sympathy, whether the soon with the feeling almost of crueltyhe and a battered tin buth stood in one corner. of bread and meat (salt us a rule) and 1.,'
for the ;) rery
"I have only just returned after Americas.nearlj, :ompunions innocent or the reverse.\ Helonging ton < < seldom smiled und never laughed ; aunt "My servant will look after Mr. Main- whisk)' ; but still they were starved and
five ears' wandering in the two vere said Jock the butler. "'\'hich showed itself 11'htliscurvy
/ in which such pursuits were the icr eye, with an expression command amriumph waring. to he: starvation as scurvy.
knew you were traveling somewherebut i regiment lie readily into theta Huthe was constantly searching the look: room would you like Theo?" he continued.I at the doors potaloes were cheap at u

no one ever heard from )'ou. ogue, plunged in ball with watching the movements of Lydia Mainvaring. mechanically took the first on the left. lollar apiece. Of course Ibis was in time gold
.' few to write to, I an was equally<< popular rooms anll. c
I have so people
little children for he Jock took the next lays, when agriculture was at a discount
iwered and no one wrote to 11I('. I hay maiden aunts, lIr'en with giving pleasure.1Vuiting It was impossible to see this girl without We must have a fire, Waters," said Jock md fruit and \getablc scarce. Hut Ibis f

often been beyond" the range of all news. vas only pleased' for cousin.: 1 called tistcnta pitying her. She was very beautiful, but Campbell to the butler. fact is a text, .! on the question of ,

public or private. my of pule white" the syn. icver appeared hal'Hl'r eyes wore'tartled a :\1\' lady has said nothing about it," answered how to cook a potato. Few stem to know -
of for glass
Then. I daresay, you never heard 1113) iously for a und water in an unl l'ensl'\l look, like that\ of a deer on tin the latter how or to be willing to take the trouble to
marriage? Coi.ie"up and make! the ncquain inym nstitutlon. An inner feeling seemed to tel ilert-sometimes almost a look of terror. H "Wt'll. Waters I'll take the risk upon cook a potato so as to get the real food value

S tance of my wife. which I had that Jock Campbell had his eye on mend vas easy! to learn the secret. Lady Wester- myself! and pay you for the coals:: in case ofnecessity. of it. The common+ idea i that a potato b
Ho took me into the box in me alone omitted' ." and starch and
half resentful vet half fascinated I fill ham never left her never hree-fourths water rest
seen the black gloves. him Utotufr.! with m)' brandy alitrater !!omc phrase that must cut her to the heartf Jock spoke half in jest, but it was clear he fallacy hides entirely the health \'aluc of
knew owed
)[)' dear I don't think you ever +I in hand. The room was mucJiirger she spoke to Jock Campbell or myself,, that the jest was half in earnest.As he polalo. To the bcurvy-stricken sufferer

my old friend, Lord Westerham, though my could be obtained there, he was bidden to leave the room. If absent,, : our stay continued it became no easier. lurch is of no use he has abundance of itIn

believe you come from the same countrj. table as supper blood nearly the wholelength < tohe was recalled und cross-questioned as to hitherto I had never shot, and Jock initiate his bread his flour, or rice. A potato is

and bear the same nan e. "lie has just! returned anlt a of the room,very covered with a clotlputted her doings. ] me into the mysteries of the art, for in real). three-fourths juice and about one-

\ from South America. with with grtlbl'cr and strong drink For Jock Campbell alone had Lady Wetrhani which I had contracted a passion. I sometimes and it was the juice that the

Lady Egerton bowed for a moment I down at an unoccupied corner. olib anutll'ltlon.. He was her nearest l t thought he seemed to tire himself to arly! Californians paid n dollar for-the juice

out a wont. Then, as though to make reparation sat brandy and water, 'am elation und her heir. It was principally ;please me by staying out as long as possi\ irhith: most of the cooks throw away, servng -
she said : "I am always: glad, Ksmeto ,-hipping my 1.01't1tefham managed id than he
shout cigar a newly acquired aecom'lishmenl. icr income that more once seemed worn up the less useful starch devoid of aroma

see your friends. Welcome know home, I already' smoking'' a. A ,man with u broken nose! to kl'Clul) Castle Creasy, his house over the out on our return ; but he was so unselfish und of flavor, except, perhaps, that of salt

r wiy, Lord Westerham. I you lameil Shepherd, a betting man tint at tin krotch bonier. that he api>eared for my sake to be as greedy The scorbutic miners dared not cook their

from Esme and others.. her end The room was crowded ; for itwaJ Even Lady "'l*terham's hard nature af the amusement: myself:: olaloes, but ate them raw. The juice was
It was the same voice and the same ges JIW"k'tlSUlln'presence. lie!sitmedu One evening we were later than usual
t\llIl known Jock Campbell who had :' ieldoa to tuo precious to waste; the starch they did
turo as before-a mixture of defiance : eautiful voice would be asked to ting a have some dominating influence over her,, and when we returned to dinner he was raste, for uncooked starch is almost indi-
TiEsme ,
submission, of resentment md tear. rhich at times reduced her to silence in the meanly! jule. Lydia looked at him with an ;estible by the human body.In .

her bearing was affectionate and ca wing. niddle of cutting remark to Lydia.To anxiety I had never before seen and her fruits and ,
and full of Come Jock-a sung they all cried ;;, a vegetables the blood (juice)
teasing, almost_ compassionate nnll he trolled forth in a rich strong tenor,, him Lydia owed her few lh'3Surl'S.When ;aze of terror intensified.We !' i* truly the life thereof, and any mode of

gratitude. Irish with a rollicking chorus in she went rarely to the theatre, it \VII.8 never sat \'er\'lnte., and that night coking which does nol preserve that i is tonc'e
shovel song
But to me Lydia Mainwarinjj nctign an under the chajicronagt aye were both tired."Goodnight .
which the whole joined. rith Jock and myself, fouls>h, extravagant and unhealthy
of recognition. crowd. of Culvert MTavish.* Theo boy," said Jock, cheer- lild
Esmosiriarriugo Encore: encore! shouted the bcurvy, to the want of hoe juices
"I was surprised to have hear had of letters I "ope the noise won't bo so noisy, cap- To myself Lady Westerham was very gra- full)'. bleep: 1 well and God bless you.' 1:the most CUIIUI cause (in children es- '
I no
just now taln'" said Mr. Hob Croft "ucos of the felts I always had slept well, but "at Castle mully) of many kin .diseases, of lalr(1
for month, and have seen "no newspapersexcept ; celers." U I am 1 glad to know you, Mr. Masters," Crew\ blcpt{ better than Usual after all myxercise oriel bones, and of much physical weak- ;

in the last few weeks. IIt said Jock l"atlll1hdl.i he !She said with u slight Scotch accent, forwe ? and out of door life. icss and liability! to disease.In I
.4 Won't you, ask the wanderer to dine tomorrow "All right. cousins and in Scotland, more Hut I was restless. I had I
straight are doubly ; Perhaps overtrained cooking I
the husband. took a pull of his cigar, !looking me JlOtatU'many people first parehem
? suggested Weaterham. in the fal'e. and leaning his chin on hu man elsewhere, we hold the doctrine that & my nerves or had drank too muchvhisky. losing I thus the moat nutritious part of I

.' I hope you will to Clime hear Lord adventures ;; und, he sang in u minor key, and in a low bail is thicker than water. I am Campltell' 1 sled, but not boundly; -that kind lie potato, for we find, a a rule, in all seeds 1
will long your and nothing else. This of bleep in which the
lame tU\ll senses
Scotch The ellirt was Mainwaring, are very acute und vegetable growth, that the flesh and
tone pathetic bong.
and a
and she added more slowly, uncmplu extraOl'tlini1rThe crowd was hushed. whilee girl is a Mainwaring, and her mother was a It must have been about one o'clock when one forming matt-rials are most abundant

l1I perceptible only.' to She 1l1)'lSelCunll continued, sang ; and when he ended, the lost,hard- t.'ampbcll, and that is why she lives here I I blurted up in my lIt'I had distinctly towart the burface. Thus in wheat the cen>
Interval to') .
will me )Ir. Masters. card the entrance door of the uJIt'li.
they und sob- of the
Wl'l''r'iug is little
el1ccl trlllUrt than
and I should women present S'.cJ more
little chilly, Esuie, cousin also?" I Then there though pure
"I feel n hag like children.On I suppose he U a said were thuds as some larch! the albuminous and mineral

like to go hom., his'It down myself the effect was electrical. I hadfUn .making hand with the ituorgirl., and rather ht'a.ubsta11l'e was falling from step to :xistmg chiefly near the outer ulatcr

He begged me to escort carriage.When ( heard the song in my home,und I had glalt to claim relationship] with her. tcp. Then heard a heavy sigh and bwWiw uur cook not satisfied with 't'asting burt.Ce.the outtr -

at irs while alone he she linked.aId out no wordlof rocosul- & [ways been told that it was an unpublished "Y<'Ii.lu u kind of way. Lydia you had nj" sound, us though the same heavy load and best part of the jwtato.'prutx-fciU fur.



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thor to waste the juice l Ity steeping( the rut THY TIm /"tONDKXSF.D: TIME 1 CARD 1 Florida; and \llrl_ Hniwl\ and front M A L LORY'S ) .

potatoes in cold water. Roiling water Would II 1:1'lllahII\1: 11 1'It.r: amid ,
not be so wasteful, as it would coagulate the YORK OBSERVER oVTHK ': ,'I.CHUB.S'I'la'ISII': MM!

albumen near the surface, and thus put anew NEW .\TI.XT1C',0l.1.J.'E; : l' INDIA: TRAX At Luke (City daily with the Florida Central -- I

skin on the potato, which would preserve I THIS YEAR.LAIUUXT SIT RAILROAD 1 Railroad: to and; 11'011 ,Jnl, oll\'ih't Only,. nh't.t.e Line to \ thc ju <'cl'. The wasteful l'ooklIn'r PENINSULAR I : RAILUOAD I : Augustine, Palatka, 1lh'rlri"I"1111 Llllel.
steeping, now proceed: further to waste: the ( mth Jiranch,) ings on the St. Johns lJ I.
life of the potatoes ,by boiling them in wa AXH: At (Haldwin I daily with the Atlantic, (inlanil : ;. I ; '
ter. Analysis has= shown that by this mode 1'/lI; AMfKa: T I..uln} CU.MI1EIILAXD; : ROUTE.) : West: lndia'I'rnnsit I I Railway to and fronFcrnandina ; i

of t cooking forty-two\ percent. ((111'arholW.- PATER.v: mi: 11'ouLh.ji' (aincs\ille! Cedar: I'I'\ and .
half) of the potash: i is I lost ; and as potash In/ i/cc:( February;: 1f.W., \\ ilh steamers for Tampa, Key (:: and I -)(+ ..Jnt. ot Wf ..-: -
t is: for ! part, it I is !safe' to say that half of the juice 1 is (Chattahoochce three times wit)Ii .
: Send:: for :; .
Sample: Cagy-1'rec6\ : ootxo SOVTII.Leave THE( : FINE: :STEAMSHIPS; : : ,,

lost.The juice of the contains Atlanta. ((1.1.! ....................... :2.15! v. si 1. the 1011Lll'I ":and (('1'11':1: Line nnt..lo; l land : : TI-\AS.: ) :
potato (,0111'binl'll Fort ( ;JaincsApalachicola WISTI-I\
with the the acid of i4'at't'tatvul, (1.1.! ........................ 7.15 I'. >tLeave "", 1ulill1la. ,
citric acid and potash others, oranges XEW: YORK OIl I.n\'I'I: : :, lirutm- nick, Oa.................. (1,1 I.; A. MArrive I. \ HI.I: 1\.1' Landings. (1.\1'1. HINES I I ;,
( ) : pruhablythoseofap1 : : ln lor'oaclo's
ttrllcgumt5l''ittgtuid: I .
,. ples (malic) 1lI\Cl0f (tartaric.) As regards 1-'U: ;37 Park Row. Xew Fcrnamlimi, Fla................tt.13.1. si. Woodruff and Lucas / be, ('1'cut AMAS. i +
the grapes lit'a* 1'orl-' Leave\ Fernandina........................lo."u) :: A. MArrive 1. 1'11'11. 1'11 daily .
as quantityj rich 1 in these juice allti-: 1'111101.'rfl'lt
and alkalies as that of the grape. Proper Leave (Raldwin 1 Jacksonville.... l.J',0:: I'. 31. safety. :( l l leave: :;

cooking should( (preserve all I this. The (;h'\\r- BEAUTIFULLY l ILLUSTRATED.' : ) Arrive .I.ll'k""II\'illl''III11.( (:Uoute).. :2'i5: \p. al I.i I. 25)-I) I 11lr 1li.1KI.Transportation.. .
eats his salad but this :; -:-; YKAU.): ( the tide).
loan : : potato raw, as ; li
i Leave (Haldwin: for (Cedar: \ Key...... 1.,111'. si. I line, no I transfers to makehet
before remarked is wasteful of thestarch having
plan, us Arrive Waldo Junction\ 1''. K.: ]In.l .ll I ai cr niul lee'an .
Tin': srittXTit'H'' : '\funu'\x.: : I ( ) I' I. Ih Sh'luuhnnt" I' tt eva
though makes;; sure of the juice.The ... ..................
Frenchman cooks his ; Tin: Snr.XTinr\ A.MKKICAX i is a large, first- Leave Waldo....... ... I. 'III'. si.
in nearly boilingoil Arriveiainesvillc......... ............... .;.Ii v. si.Leave : : : )
perhaps the liest) method, nt'ants if the class: wl'l'ld1'\\':<1':11'1': of sixteen: pages, i :\ i \\ S ( I i: 1) 1.1:1: 1EX.\XHIX.\ XIW(110. 1)
I printed' ill the njost hl'alltil'uilltyll'. / /V 7illuntriitcil aincsville! ......... ............... 5.2!>II'. si. I '1'1' the
be first cooks : ( i/ OI
potato trust : pared, as it them I ii'ltJi ''rtHjntrinij, /ir / Arrive Ceilar! \ l Key........................ !11.:0> :: I'. si.Trains I. mTXU; ::: TRANSPORTATION
'' /
thoroughly, quickly, and with no loss! of representing : CIK\IEHT -
I to Jacksonville and North of llald- .
anything but t ater. It, Jiowevcr, requires the newest Inventions alllt'till' most: recent !--- ., --- 'Ii FIOII.\ :SHIPPERS.Vegetables ; .
Considerable: practice, ai, if the oil is too cold Advances in the Arts, and, :Sciencesincluding ; win daily
tiOtXO: XOKTII. ) caonca.1.'I.OIUn.: } .\ } and Fruits will receive '
soaks: \: into the potato, spoiling it in taste: ) new ;and interesting: f.icts: in Agriculture 1'11'i:1"HI'I'
as: also: for\ the IIl'lIill:1lY: dyspeptic: Americanstomach. the Home, IIealtli'tedit'i111vgress: Leave ( 'PIIaK\ t'y........... ............... ,I.I.\. at.Irriyeiainestfll 1. ___- J______* in laII lg'. .

Again, if (the oil be too hot it :Social: Science, Nat mini! History: Geology and (........................ 8.11 A.M. \PASSENIJER: : : ; ACCOMMODATIONS) :; ARE
burns the outside of the potato ; but this I is Astronomy. The most: valuable practical Leave (iainesville........................ Sa O .\. si. FIRST-CLASS.:: ( : :; I
the lesser evil. If rightly managed the \papers\ by eminent writers in all( departments Arrive Waldo (P. R.: I h. Jun('.)...... !.US.) .\. si. rtY" I 1NL11\r'ia[

comes out dry mealy, :allli ora pale amber potato of :Science; \ will be found\ in theScientilic : Leave Waldo........... .............. .... !II.).); .\. M 1. The traveling public are Ilfl'I'I.,1 the advantages \

tint no oil i is absorbed l be tested .\,tmerkaii.Tirhist.imperyt1r. Arrive llaldwin..........................12.17: I'. ar I. ul'a. DIRECT! ( I.INiVI''IIOI"f: !
; as may; < '1'1''I It O AT 1(111 PA\1't ANY (CHANtiES.( ; (Conncilimit made
I by. placing the potato on a i piece oi'I"Il'lIn paper : : $\LthhAlfy.lr(; : wlmkllincludes ,(Jacksonville (Cum. Ruute! )).,11.15 .\. at.Arrive I. 1.J-- C Jacksonville: with all steamboats' for l J

which it will not stain., In this modo postage. Discount to .Agents.. :Sold; Haldwin...... ...... ..............12.'iO: : p, si. :; John's ) ,
of the in wire by all Xewsdealers.! Remit: by \postal: orderto \points on til't Od.IIWllhltl1lial j
basket, cooking and potatoes are into placed a MUNX it CO., Publishers:57:; Park Row, Leave Haldwin. .... .. ..................t':?. to 1'. si. lin'I'1'.1111'ith the Transit IlilrOdlt ,
(hot; oil, for how so plunged a deep alone! pot ..X"York.. Arrive Fernamlina: : ..... ......... ........ :11.40 r. al. \ 1'\'IIllll: 11\\ railroad Iatill'
tell. \ long experience can 1MTUXTS.: connection with tlieScientiiic Leave Fernandina........................ :3.15 t.. si. .-I, t' ; ,' in FI.lri1

--- .American Messrs.Mi'xx : : Leave Hrunswick.............. ......... H.IMlt.. u.Leave ? -jt'ig11k. J,
Steaming is the mode, of free : PASSENER:: : RATES
fl'llllull only and is at cooking inexpensive ( A::: Co. are Solicitors:; of American: and Macon( ............................... 8.10 A. si.Arrive ._ -,(t'_ : l 1"IEIITXU. :; :; :( LINES.::: : 1 ,
objection, once
easy Foreign Patents have had :3.i years experience Atlanta, (ht...... ...... .......... 1.15 p. at 1. '' .,, Lo\ IXIII.'T
and e'ollolllical.n (impromptu : oXII
: 1
-'L' and
Rates Hills of
steamer be made with ,nil now have the largest: establishnieiit : \ Trains to Cedar Key a1l1"l1lh: of llald _t''l'hrnugls lading
may Itpierl' llg say to .
one-fourth or onc-hlllt'1nth holes, the bottom in the world. Patents are obtained, on win daily except :Sunday.pExixsuLAii; :_::1'\: '::; 'I'\X: DAXUERSTIM (; nll".ill!( further
J"XI'XI ( or
the hl'.t,11I". .\ notice i is made in ( (passage (
of an old saucepan: and placing this : \ special \ :: IL\I 1.1:0.\11.: ) In illi'I'IIHliol.IIPI)
another of rather smallcrsi/e in which the :SCIENTIFIC: AMERICAN: of ull inventions \IIiM'J t
over\ ( \ lintiirli.) R. W.OrTIIU'K:: ( Agent,
patented: through this Agency, with
a little water I is: kept 1>l'bklhoilillg.. The doixu sorrn.Leave :: STKA.MK.KSCITY Fernandina i ,
the name and resilience of the Patentee..
potatoes may be, either pared; or not us des Waldo .\ < .00) .\. si.Leave C. H. MAL1.0RY( (! ,t (((1.,
the immense circulation thus ,
sired ; paring i is, of course, always wastefulin Uy attention: i is directed to the merits gin'lI.I'lIhlil' of Hawthorne....................... 7.40 .t. N 1. Ol1 ItlCIIMJr. i'ier:0Ia-t River" New York. : I :
it-self; ; but the steaming ,extracts no further the' anil sales introductionoften Arrive Lochloosa( ........................ s.lo .\. si.liOI.NO I. __ I. .____.___ '
juice. Roiling with thcirjackets on is 111'"aft'llt. or\ And I.1) <'lAltli. 1.'I.CUUn.Xli
free from of the objections: IlIenti"III'11ngain"t I'II"iIl'Ilit.tl'll.. : NOKTII. 1.X..\
the many of Analysis Any person who has made: a new discovery Leave Lochloosa..... ......... ..... ....10.OO A. st.Leave : :
boiling pared FAST: : (: ':
has shown a loss of only potatoes.three percent. or invention can ascertain/. !t''rbm''V/, I Hawthorne........................It). I.; .t. si. gir Till: I'.1S'I'"tbS;_ "TEEK\ lI. :Elt\'WJ
1'utting plenty of suit in the water tends toIrvent whether! a patent can probably, be' obtained Arrive Waldo .Jl1nl'tioll..I.I.: ; I'. si.Trains I. :
the loss of by writing to Mrxx A:;: Co. \\'' also\ !send from Hallo' to Lochloosa and\ retitrnfut'sday'I'hur.ilay ,- m CA1A;
: Hand-Hook about the Patent Laws and :; {{pASSENUER1; p ''VF'F'I\1( r -
perhaps: of all modes of cooking, /rcour : : : Saturday.CONNECTIONS. : A 'j (.
best brings out the flavor: aroma and quality I Patents' Caveats, Trade Marks( t their co-ts, : ::. cJhit .

of a good potato.' taking, or rather \roasting: and how procured\ with hints for, \procuring ,1TLA NT,1. L I X K.tttcamcr : .- I.
in the ashes! under the lire, makes n dish advances: on inventions. Address for the 1f. .
connection i is made
at Atlanta (ia.,
concerning Patents
worthy nt'an epicure, Hut this mode wastesnot : 1'.11'1'1',01' to 1I\1111hllllllll points Xorth l Ea"l.'I.t amiNorthwest Performed by" the new and >- ,
MUXX ( 'l 0.) \ \ I
/ perhaps'!'! as much, but a considerable: : of tIe and oft :37: Park Row: New York. : daily nl'idJt'lol. pointed !steamship .\ \ ll\: I. (! ), ; I '
potato, some thejnke,
AT si \I'OX.I \ JOHX FIT/OERALD:(: according to lite :
: '
for much of the potato adheres to the burnt Branch I Olllce, Corner\ F and 7th :Streets! ? (
Washington: I 1). C. :skin, and also evaporation from the surface .. ___ _... ____ h __ _. _u__ ( and 1 New Orleans.) Waits at FI'I'IHldill for the Monday and (l'asst'ugcr.: 111 : Ih'lIll.'r
draws the inner juices toward the skin, lfontgnnlerylobflt' Thursday: night \I'g.tahl' Trains of til' 1 City of :; 4 .
Stop Snb-inxn anilCoupler ) P
1'lfteen Of'JlI/H. Hrilgllllllatl'lll II. 1.11'11'1'lalllla
where much of them are burned beyond AT' FKKXAXIUXA: : H.V.. ,
Only $<>.'i-Iest In the U S.Open ATLAXTIC( (1ULF( it WEST INDIA' .r\k"olt 1 by'l'runsit! Hail- I
use. With Xew York and FI'I'IIlIIolill:1tI'HlII: :; \ Arrive I
your eyes vide J.dorc011 send 1'111 trnll Monday morning), at :
Where fruit vegetables are scarce, and Xorth for instruments.. :Spread\ eagle advertisements ship Line from New York on Wednesday, at .ANIIl'F.NINS'L.1It Key West Wednesday! 11rillln'lt
l'Ilillrl'nllre not very healthy, there is: no do not always: tell the exact truth.Letter 10.30) : ) a. iii., ami for; Xew York on Fritlalit :; RAILROADS( : Hamll Wednesday lint'rIIOI.
cheaper, easier and better\ medicine than potato instruments less :3.40 i p. m.; from I Nassau, X. I'., (Ill Wednesday ( IlcturningIcave Ilavmliimi'fhursdaycv'en
at same; or : ,
soup. Cut the potatoes: in thin slires, for Nassau X. P. leaving Centre Street Dock direct for, :Savannah. ;
be had nearer home. :See; these: others: : Organs ;; : on Wednesday.Vith fug Leave Key West! Friday, morning. Arrive
and put them in cold water\ an hour or two \ (h'orgilllll\ll\ Florida Inland Steamboat : are assured Cedar and
-15 :Stops; 4 :Sets; Reeds, Sub-P.ass: and la"'lgI'\ shippers\ Key Saturday morning ( ntJacksonville
before boiling if convenient Roil quickly! (' from Savannah Tiu-.. of :; with the
; 0. : on day,11'ctlues- ('olll'I'liOI I steamships and( by Transit
llcautiful Case, fir !) -1\1111111 F'rlllllill
Coupler, only ; It"I'I': ,
and strongly; till soft, after which stand: tliem day Friday, and Sunday:; :Savannah; on and Ir: the North. Railroad and
for1 at Savannah
4* back on the stove, stirring them well\ till allis
$.;..i.tool:; 111111 JI"k included.( l'illlo-i 'flll'slla1o'.illa. and Sunday. by steamer City of Jtridget(1nlutlda)' morning \
reduced to n granular soup.' Add no salt Oct.. large" size, Rich Rosewood Case, only With Charleston Steamers:;\ ; (W. John't and Strainer David Clarli, ), thus fOI'II' the shortest pll1'lll(' sea

till near the end. Tomatoes or any other $Iilj! ; 74 Oct.\ largest size, only $200: ) ; 71 Ot) :!. City 1'uiiit) from Savannah: and\ Charleston! route 11\'l'l United tlll'l .,
added Meat(
vegetable may be to taste. too. Wednesday and Sunday for Savannah and, (. .ti r. 1' H. l ,
; W.HI
Square Jrand; extra large, Magnificent( Case, I RATKS.Savannah : .
-1111'1'1', and milk, if it Is abundant: will Charleston and\ 1.\HIAJ
:Monday( Friday. I
only $:: .>(-toolllllel'o\'r) :; included. All Leaves Centre I :Street; Dock every Wednesday Oli".
add to the richness of this: soup, but the potato \\' Steamer:;\ Florn daily I t to and from St.Mary's J-rlrlt/1.
from old amid reliable markers, and fully and :Saturday; for 1.\ touching I lit to iluvuna.:12N. : ) I .
is its health value.In \\XX.\I f
: whole try and have guaranteed: ; 15 days test: trial. \\'(' pay' Oa.! and :.semi-weekly to and from \:-;WII.IT.1X'H.(: :; DARIEN: andDOHOY Fernflmlina to Havana..... :L'fiOO: ; ( :11 I'
them all\ us nearoncsixe\potatoes as possible. Watch freight if not I'uti'fat'tlll'1'0.ilh'1: : \' th'cJ.'t St. Mary's River Landings.AT \ ( ) 11\! Jacksonville Havana, ..... :2000( ) :WfiO)

particularly to boil them evenly, and without bargains in the United 1 States. Xo mistake n\MIWIX, KI.A., For ,llh'roolll111 tickets apply to LEVEA :

If the boiling cease for little, about this.Vii mean business: and 11'ftll''rains 1 for Live (OakTallahassee! llensorandu. .\1I'I'X''foli"t' : :; oniccs.

tho potatoes pause. cool and begin to suck in wa competition' with the world. Send:; fur Fall all points' : Middle and West Florida. Steamers are ('IIIH'I'llly Through Tlrinwith a\'llah, Ou.-Corll'f Hull and Hryunstreets. .

\ ter. The good cook keeps! : up his boiling till Prices 1880.(/ It will pay you. Address, AT 1.0CI1I.OOSA( ..\., the .\tllllli (llf .t ''" India Trul-( II. A. CALLAN, Agent
LriWKX it IIvrKs; :Southern; Music House, sit and Peninsular I'rnaulina-ignuamt: A. L, M( ELLEN .
the moment he oll'the water, and then '! Savannah 1011.1.
pours :Savannah; (111.! With Steamer Al/>lm for all }points and Hlilrodl'.mll : Agent.
he allows them some little time on the .. .. .- landings on Orange Lake, on arrival of Peninsular with toh'lIl.h1i: : : fur\ llaltiniore, Philadelphia Hityund Pincxtrccts.
---- ---
-- --- -- -- -- JU'k"UI\'llh''ul'11
!stove, with the litll1lr the !saucepan to dry. Railroad Train. Koston,
Those waxy damp, badly cooked: potatoesare !'! .Itallroiul. : lor :State-Rooms; : Tickets, and all A.C. LAN I'JI.m.: ::, Agent. ,
l.tl'rl'aI'I t
-- -- --- --- -- :, :- the Huv. H. F. ARM- (
a sore trial to a weak stomach. They are 'I1II'1': apply to (the I following .\ '\IjU.til'OI .
dillicult to masticate. The saliva cannot 1. 1LORIDA: CEXTRAL RAILROAD. With Stage Line for Ocala and Tampa on ..Kill... OIlit'c... ( : .\II'It. :llIf 1 1Ili
Monday Wednesday:; and 1 :Saturday; from ----
penetrate to every\ starch cell, 1'0rthl'Y are already ; J. L. Roumlllat,
soaked with wlltcr-l'oll.clUclltly! .J \'K"OX\'JI.U:' Fr.\., March 1(1( IHi!). Oealaull'fanapa'I'ut'silay' Friday and 1 Sun .\ Fl'I'lal.III I'II, Fla.-/it, o. uuu'I'IiIrd.Savannah I'11 JI I:1R: SCUI.HII.I.a: ; : 1

digestion must go on in the bowels: insteadof On and after this: date Trains on this: Road: 1111)T :; Oa-l'or. Hull and Br .
will follows (" :/I\R KEY: .'L.With .\., 'IIIII:4. Tots NTFv'IElls.: :
that run as : :; .
in the! mouth ; and to most: persons: (iJo-ih.: 1'llaklllllll1'1'1: HII:>'I'
Tumi CO.'H Line for
means flatulence: and sometimes very uncomfortable DAY I'\ :"I'Xmm: (Kxt-EiT: Si-xnvv.) Steam-hip' \ ( Fla.-(Corner Hay und Pine aJF'1'IUlltil
feelings. Hut in a dry mealy Leave Jacksonville ............ ......... S:8O:; A. M.Leave Tampa and Manatee Monday( and Thursday' Sis., Dr. L'Engle's: lrlto/ :; \'(' ; A. C. 1 Ijinphcrc r----. f ---------,

potato, which has been evenly and quickly llaldwin ...... ..................... !1):10.\.31.):: ( at 4 1'. m., and for Key West Sunday millThlll'.1W Ticket A ; I. Hungerford<' { :I a :\I1'I'1'1'/1'l'1: ,

cooked, every starch granule: hits: expanded Leave Lake City ..........................11:1.t:;:! M. : : at ii i )p. m. Agent. 11 I. i I-I I ..I l
itself double; has burst its cell wall and absorbed Leave Live Oak........ .................. 1:00: p. M.Arrive With time United :States: and HavanaFastMail St. Augustine: Fla.-Oi I the Hay, It. I,'. "

all the juice in its neighborhood., Savannah:; : ..................... 8t.'i r. at. ( :-;teuuer.tduoirul for I I'c"t, Havana: .Armstrong .\(rent.! :;ai

When it goes into the mouth it is: easily reduced INiIa'allllah:; ............... .......... I'IM'I.:( Cuba, IIllllrri\'nlllf 1 Special'l'raIit, every Tuesday ;- Ialalkl. l'la-Lilienthal Hrothers t ('o..

ton meal and so rapidly absorbs the Leave Live Oak................. ......... 5r.i: I'. si.Leave afternoon, at I..SIII': m. From Havana, .\ 1'1 .
saliva that it is half digested! before it reaches I lake I City.......................... .iI"'I':( ( si.lAave (Cuba: and Kl'.t: every Saturday. :Special ; c'HTA1: LEVE.; : t1.Jtl, '"
the 1'toll1lc'h.IIitlll', ..1IJ.., I'. N. train tocomuct.With (i l'II'rl I'll''l'IJ'r Agent 1 l t \ .;
Jiitral 1'rcex. Arrive at Jacksonville\ .,.,............. 8:t1.i<> 1'. M.MAIL Steamer:; \ Kiitcr/ir!*?, for point on the W. I"'. 1.I -
III'UIIIltin'f., on Thursdays: at ii a. m. ( :S.-tvanmih; .
( AXD KXPRF.SS: (IAii.v.j) ) 11'llrul1'11.
For information rop'ctiug i ; routes, rates,
Tin: PROGKKSS OF Tilt AUK Leave Jacksonville! ...................... .">::;(0 r. si. etc, apply to J. X. HARRLMAN 1 "\\riLL leave Fcrnandiiia for JI.k"OI111' <

Ll'a'c'hitc House...................,. 0:15:! 1'. M. .\. I O. MAcDONELL( : _11 ___.____ Manager._ > T and l'alutklI111 ( 1111.
1 Leave Haldwin............................ 7'Hl:' I'. )M.Leave Scn'l 1 Ticket! and )'<11\11. Agent.: u ngs on the. St. JUI'H River, und Savannah:
NEW Tout ('XI'\Y PAPERS IX SAVAXXAH SIO.VUVY lUrbyville.......................... 7:25:: I'. si. D MAXWELL., (Jcn'l :Supt :21JACKSONVILLE ST. .1.\ I\"S IU \1':1: ;\:ICIT.STEAM : loin (:lII'tol.! us foluws; :

XOOX. ).,Sanderson:; .......................... 8:07: I'. si.) ---.---.---- -. ------ --.-- .
Time new fast: mail southward, which left Ll.II\4)\11..h.c.\ ............................. $:13 J'. si.IX.UVL : Frll F'rOllll
:, PENSAC.OLA: :: ( .\N11
Xew York Sunday\ morning at 4:30: o'clock: :Mt. (. !MKl) : 1
p. M.
reached here yesterday (PlulII.1ut) fortyfive Arrive Lake Cit)........................... !98o):: I'. si. ': J11,1:0.: : .\O.I .--r: f r. FOr .JACKSONVILLE:; : AXL J'\\I,,

minutea past twelve: o'clock! bringing; )Leave Live Oak......................... ::::1.; .\.' si. \ \STKII TitixspoitTvnox'd! OKHCI:, I -::J ,;1'("' }:a'EfWJ.. I f.\\>x1
l.cttcruIHll'apcr:; of :Sunday's; : date and be- Arrive Tallahassee\ ...................... 7:INF< A. )t. TAI.LUItwKK:, Fr1.IrllilrV :!, IKWI. jOn A

f Te two o'clock ye&terday ufternoon we were Arrive Albany............................10:45: ; A. si.Arrive and after Monday.( February :2, 1880, : : Eit: ..08'. 11'01 Fcriiumlina

1'v.TUsing: the columns of the New York papers Savannah.......................... 0:00: A. si. lows passenger trains: of this road. will run us lids 1,111 JOHN FOR .\ \ CHARLESTON

of tha previous da)'. This may be considered Leave :Savannah; .................. ........ 4:30:: p. :si. viz: 4.\1. IHJU1'OS. : 'AXS.IW
... rapid time isan c" tll'\1'cofthe progress Leave _\\11:111)1:1": : p. )I. : I'ASSEXiER; : TRAIN-EAST HOUXD.) 11'11.1.11'N ox THE: ST. MARY'S RIVcr .ri'- EVERY; ): FHr0A1''rir

of the age and even exceeds the unti- Ix'iivc Tallahassee ....................... 5:45: p. : Leave Chattaboochcc..daily ut.... 2 (on I'. :si. during the HI.'I"OIlUi follows : Close .. ,
ci patios entertained concerning the fast mail Leave Live Oak.......................... :2:15: .\. l1.j Leave Ojiincy................... I ..3.J2 I' )I. 1"< '/\'(' ST:; Mutv'u 1 EVERY: MOXDAY and .1\.tO lull( with Ih""l'f fur11'1"1'ill'

10<:11(.'1.1 u II'. The train left New York at half Ix-ave Lake City......................... :3:50: A. ) Lc\.cTalnhu'"ee.( ............ ...... I INI'. )I. THURSDAY )ll ISO ut I! u'd\'k. for \. 1111IItrlrl"t.: also with I, .h'UII.

past four :Sunday; morning, arrive*! at Washington Ix-ave Mt. Carrie......................... 4:18: / A. M. )10Iti'l'U ............. .... 7 10 p. N. FJI ..ulx.ul.I; will leave FKUXAXMXAcame ; with Iddl also ut Suvunnah
( at 10:50 u. m., Richmond at 2:30:: p. U>ave Olu>tee.............................. 4:10: A. M. Leave Of'.nvile.............. I ...... S3r.N. da.vn ut 1 u. m., for ('.HI.I'ISlOUY .\111 for New York,' |"hluldlhil.(
m., where the through mails were divided l, Leave Sanderson:; .......................... .',:!\j A. M. Ix-ave. ................ ...... 0 2""! P.M.Ixuve and all li1hrl'lul. 1IIIIllj"l river 1..t"lu/1 1 I I''U\I ut (

and those for New Orleans sent by the Piedmont Leave Darhyyille.......................... 5:55: A. M. Live Oak.............. ...... .2 15 A. )r. IMlrllj : ami PH. th'IIII und' with New York, Philadelphia, Haiti- c

Air Line, leaving Richmond at 2:35 p. leave Uulihvin............................. (i:40A.: u.Leave Arrh..I:1\.811Iah............... "" .,.... 1)00 A. )f. arrive at ST. MAKY'H ut 5 J'. ., iiorc, Northeastern South Curioimi -
it,., arriving at Atlanta, Oa., on yesterday White House: .................... 7O5: .\. M. 'flllluvile ........... ...... (55.5A.M. onchiiig at 1'FIoN.1NiINA.: HailwuL for routes North, Eunt arid s

morning ut U o'clock and reached New Orleans Arrive Jacksonville.................... 7:50 A. )f. .\rri ru )................. ....1025 .\. M.' On WEDNIISDAYH und SATURDAYS W't.
on Tuesday morning ut 9:2.: '). This train On Mail and Express: Train Sleeping 1 Cars .Arrive IjikeCity................ I;..... :i :J> A. M. will leave ST. MAKY'sut K:30: : a. m., und t.jl FIiST.'L.\SS: 1'.1SSI.NIEit Al'COMMO

overtook at Charlottcville, X. C., the train run through to and from Jacksonville and .Arrive Haldwin.,............. '' ...... n 2\. N. be chartered 1 forfriin>ioii> to PATIONS.Through '

that left New York at 10 p, in. on Saturday :Savannah ; also, Lucas :Sleeping; Cars! run .lrriteJaekWmvlhle........... ....... 7 JI .\. N. Ticket* and Sluteroom> wcuriil
night. The Southward mail, viaCouat Li tie, through to and from Jacksonville and Tal .Arrive ...rl\llI3.......:... ...... *J 10 p, r. Ihll'"I(''' und I mill informution funiUhcil at
Arrive ( ....... .. ...... flOJ t'fht', w t.J'r
which left Richmond at 2:35p. Iii. arrived at lahassee.FERXAXDIXA: p. iml other of intercut In the Centre und Second b.
Arrive Cdar( ........ ... ** ...... !) :30 jMiints vicinity btr
} Wilmington i X. O., at 10:10: p. in.. Charleston KXPRKS8: : (DULY.) p. (if Fcrnandina.Through. 20-)ly O. A.
at G:45 a..m., Savannah at 12-15 p. in. on Leave Jacksonville.... ................11:15 A. u. :; : 'fJ.\IX-WIf' HOUXI)'. .. ,
3 Monday, connecting with the train tor Flor Arrive lUldwin..........................12.10: r. M. Leave. Jacks ......Ilai)tt..... 5 ;1)ij-. N. IIIIlM or f..ulll ( I'. AViilY.:
ida. Arrive 3:40 r. )f. Jx-ave Fcrnandina........... ......1081) A. M.UavetJainejiville .

' This arrangement is in accordance with Leave Fernandina........................10:30.1.: M. ,.......... .... !U)02A.( M.Uave I by, l\.rJY'H:; IS1':. of tt'l/"f to nil ,
the directions of the last Congress, giving Leave Ual.lwln..h......... 1:: ) P. N. Cedar Key ............ .q.... 1 ;3O A. M. ." ilu"
more facilities for communication \>etween Leaue Haldwin ................. ....... TOO M. .
Arrive Jacksonville ..................... 2::.5; p. M.Passengers p. (.Jo. (
New York und the :South and will be for Fernandina and Cedar Key Leave ...,.......... .... U 411.) M.Ixave 'tHIH't.tol : AND HOARDINO HTAULKK.

of vast bent-tit to this section in every re- take this train. Xo train from llaldwin\ to Savannah ............. ..,,.. 4 ;jI p. M.Uave nadc with the New York and Savannah :LI\J.ny ,

slart. In this connection we call attention Cedar Key on !Sunday.COXXKCTIOXS. Live Oak............... ....... 2 15.%. M. Steamer Mark all g to the change in the schedule of the Charleston .-At JiaMwIn with _\., O. ,t Leavelaui+11i ................. .... 351 .\. N. }yiortt Fcniandina. tl'UJtr Tu and from Stciititcn amid:Truiiw.CONTRACTS .

Savannah! Railway. Under the new W. I. T. H. I:., for Cedar Key, (ialn ., vill\ U-uveUrccnville............ ....., 11.1. N. HOI; ACCOMMODATIONS FOR IIAUUNt//fl .;try ;
Ix-ave Monticello( ............. "S /st, !'OlH
Arrangement: we have two mails j from New York, as has been previously Wrst at Lake City for Tallahassee' Albany\ Tallahutt......... ... I...... KA.. M.IxaveTaliahasM. ind this u very attractive( ul.I' the tj wi rou n.\LEt. J .'

stated.fi-ic'iniuik ,AVu1. Savannah; and all point Xorth nUll West ; .*............... ..... H 30 A. a.Irfavc Ii grand ali alligators tril'.I'i other Hccnt-ry are J0Hr.i UUCJOII, IlalllESS.CAInfS : .
at Jacksonville with $t. John River Steam O.uincy y.- .*? ......10 OH .\*. ?(. abundant game ';VM r' JVVA Arrive ChattahoiM-litf...... ....,,U M I.\. M. ,
JIm\ duty Iiaintingagree with mytlaughterY' ers. J. McKLKOY: For further ilJ.rmatu"lllly to TIIt1rS: e. ;,
n ,..,",,I'tin anxiolllS (pJf''nt. "It rnakt'lS "":M: Piyii ny, )I mstcrTranslu. rONN'KlTJOX.S. [ JcI.\IUOS, )i? Milieu anal H tahtjt-I'lr ;:(-

her tOoJ re(1 in thc face," replied! the teaeber.I S'lperinteiiJeut. At f.h'l Oak daily with the Savannah, 25-tf raldillu, Fla. I Brl"; Strict Wharf. {.v-

< Y

t $

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4S quartz, 40 ; soapstone, 22 ;
'l'IIE'LOJUJ.A: Mmucm. should have refused!' to issue warrants againstthe THE PROVINCE OF COMMON They settled at New Smyrna,and to a certain limestone mill rock,, 71 ; ;asbestos, 23 ; copper, 27 ; corundum

.------- ----- inspectors who were, as he knew, follow SCHOOLS. extent were successful, as much [o as any of Hi; kaolin. 11; manganese, lo ; Marble -
11 :.4.1 TlJJlDA iiiiifJI ing the of instruction I fnu11dedattime, Xort h.hut 0 serpentine, for mantels!'!, 11, etc.
lW .$, IpSp. only proper !source as To discins! the advantages of educationover the lnglishcolonies ; afforded

JIANtUEJIENT'- -- - ----- their duties But with what appears to us a ignorance I is one thing, to discus! the in nine years their numbers had. been reducedby The GOO'survey streams shows, ranging water from power 10 toSOO! and by
COUNTYAFFAIRS. great want of discretion, the commissioner question of scheme of education to be sickness!'! and natural causes more than as high as 30,000 horse pots'rr. These can be

i issued the warrants against respectable citizens I maintained at the public expense is entirelya one-half.; nceir'llcsccndantsarctoliefound' : used for cotton-factories and other manufac-

Under the constltut ion and laws!'! of Florida who were arrested and brought a ,dis differcnHhing. all over the :State, in Savannah and elsewhere tur's.
attention to the I
the municipal government of our counties Lance of 12i miles from their homes as criminals The-only theory upon which the taxation and constitute: a large portion of the The numbcl state 'geologist of valuable calls statistics! and facts!

5s vested in a Hoard: of County Commissioners !' in custody of an officer. If the objectwas of property can be justified to -pay resident population of:St.:: Augustine. Italian that vast have been! gathered by tbesnrveyof the

', five in number, who arc appointed by to simply test the question one single' for the education of the children of those: and Portuguese would doubtless make good varied and magnificent resources of our

the governor and who receive u per diem of agreed case would have answered!' every purpose who pay/ taxes! and those who do not, settlers and. do better than any other class state that have not been official published, and

two dollar each day they nre in session amt a'l'cllvl'rr large expense to the' I is that it is for the interest! of society and of Europeans although the Scotch in Walton where would publication be beneficial, under authority,

Their duties arc to levy a county tax, to revise government and cost: inconvenience to the protection of property that the citizens: county, West Florida, have done well and A large map of the state, complete and accurate -

and equalize the assessments as reported the persons arrested If this course!' is to be who are entrusted with the elective fran- have been there more than a quarter of a is well under WU)'. Every state- iu "to.'

f : by time assessor! to levy such county pursued, wesec nothing to prevent the commissioner close should be able to read .the laws and century __ _________ the Union It is save a matter one of has serious bad geological consideration survevs. -

school tax as the Board of School Commissioners from issuing! warrants against all public notices, and make better citizens than MESSAGE. for tiie general:
shall determine, not exceeding two the election inspectors in the State upon t hcnfllda'its if they were ignorant. The common schoolis GENERAL COLQU1TTS of the state will not be subserved by thecompletion

and n half mills!, as now provided by law. convicts whose votes have been not one of the rights decreed by the Magna The message of General Colquitt gives an of the geological survey.

The County Commissioners are also charged rejected as disqualifiell.by} law. The cost of Charta, and issimply: so far as legislationis : admlrableexbibit, of the condition of a Southern -
4' with the of roads and the districting State tinder the control of its own citizens OUR RIVEIIS:1X1) HARBORS.KSTIMVTKS .
care bridges, issuing and !serving the warrants is' a charge i concerned: an effort to create a more intelligent
.x' of the road\ and election districts as compared with carpetbag supremacy. -
z against the United States treasury and it is, citizen. The same principle extended -
and also the selection of list. Increased prosperity, a full treasury, FOR APPROPRIATIONS FOR THEIRIMPROVEMENT
; a jury !' of course!' the Interest the court officials would justify the employment by :

The number of commissioners is the came to make fees and costs in this way, but i is it the State of religious teachers!' now partially diminished debt, advanced education, the FOR THfi FISCAL YF.AR.WASIUMITOX .
The estimates -
in all the counties I'lIIallwlt1l much general and good order speak for themselves November 20.-
large or peace
the Interest!' of the government to p permit recognized in theempto.Jllentorcllaplaln for appropriations for the fiscal year

I ur little population. The compensation is this unnecessary! making of cost? ProbablyIf in the army, navy, asylums and pris- of home rule: ending June 30, 1882, have been completed,

t mull, the trouble considerable and the ('rltl- the attorney-general of the United States STATE FIN.\XCRs. and will be sent to Congress upon the day of

I cism sharp, so that as a rule the office is not was cognizant of the facts of the case he ons.The question at issue in this country, At the close of the fiscal year September reassembling.:! The following appropriations
i ut). 1878, the balance in the treasury: was i are estimated' for the river and harbor improvements
k coveted resignations arc frequent. would instruct the United States commissioner where we all unite in supporting a public $295,789.08.!! During the year from October ; mentioned below :

;;a The ofllce is, in fact, a very important one to act with more caution! and discretion. system of education, is to draw the line 1, 1878 to September 30. IHiU), inclusive, the Improving harbor at Brunswick, Georgia,

+ and the financial condition of the counties That the provision of the State law' where it is! justifiable to tax the property of receipts" amounted to $1,847,700.54 makinga $43,187.50 ; improving Savannah harbor and
depends largely the judgment, sum total in the treasury of $2,143,580.08.: river, $05,0001! improving Apalachicola bay,
very upon must be !sustained! is beyond question.! The all for the purposes of education.In .
The disbursements during that fiscal bay .
year Florida, $30,000 ; improving Tampa ,
i k discretion and intelligence of the Board of constitution of the United States expressly two articles entitled "Educated to be were $1,212,071.00, leaving a balance in the Florida, $30,000; improving Chattahoochce

n County Commissioners. makes the laws of the State govern the Helpless," we undertook to point out that if treasury :September: 30, 18iO, of$930,908.02.: river, Georgia, $.'}4)OIJO, ; improving Coo a f
r This of of During the from October I, I8iI!), to Georgia and Alabama $175,000 improving *
system management county qualifications of voters. Whatever const ruction the education of all the children of the year 'river, ;
affairs is September 30, 1880, inclusive, the receiptswere$4,5S9,015.O4 Flint river, Georgia! $50,000 : improving -
evidently not good
n one.
the courts of our own State make must aimed
people was carried the extent now making sum total in the Ocmulgec river, Georgia, $12,240 ;
w s counties are generally in debt and the he accepted and followed by the United at, and in some measure accomplished, of treasury of $5,519,024.2(3.( The disbursements improving Oconee river: Georgia $10,000 ;

road, bridges and jails, or public buildings States courts. continuing and extending the course of instruction during this lis'ul'l'ar amounted to improving OOI't\II\I1la and Goo1twuttee!'

+ neglected The number of commissioners, far the branches $4,833,083.7: !), leaving a cash balance in the rivers Georgia, $4, 'O8 ; ;mprovln Sllllnh
lire is too largo for Individual responsibility LIFE PEERAGES FOR EXPRESIDENTS. beyond ordinary treasury September 30, IHHO, of $080,240.47. river above Augusta, Georgia $:!!),OOO : improving -
so as not only to require! a larger and One large transaction reported was the item ) Apalachicola river, Florida, $'),lJ :
e i mid too small for legislative vote. No five more expensive class of teachers, a long list of$2, JiOoo.! This was the funding of the improving Choctawhatchce river, Florida
about. the There is perhaps no more striking illustration 7 cent endorsed bonds of the Macon and improving
commissioners know
can enough of school books-but what is of more con"equellce per and Alabama, up to Newton, $ 'tIOOO.
4 1 i lauds and property of the citizens of a large of the disregard of the principles upon Brunswick. North, and South\ and Memphis entrance to Cumberland Sound, between
which our government is based!' than in the retaining the youth of the countryin Branch Railroads in 6 I per cent. state bonds, Amelia and Cumberland Islands in
county to give an intelligent examination or attendance schools under the act of 1877.
only during
upon Florida and Georgia $350.000 improvingEscanabia
crude propositions which from time I
correction to its assessment rolls, or have any up their tender and inmatureyears, but duringthe The treasurer recommends that the act river, Florida and Alabama, $17-
accurate acquaintance with all its roads and to time at the North. Just now General I approved December 14, 1878. authorizing 000; improving inside passage l between Fcr-

bridges and other county interests. In most Grant, having failed of his third term aspirations very period when, if ever, they are to acquire and requiring the governor to issue $100,000of nandina and St. Johns, Florida, $10,000; improving -
habits of industry, get a practical 4 cent bonds in 1881, to meet bonds
and lost money in his mining speculations per St. Johns river, Florida $350,000 ;
of the Northern States the counties are divided knowledge of home life and of manual i issued under the act of February 27, 18.j6, be Improving) Suwannec \'er"loricla, $10,000;

1 into townships and wards of limited and having had a taste of ro'alluxur labor, harden and exercise their muscles: repealed, as there is a surplus in the treasury. impr'1'in"olusia bar, Florida, $10,000; improving

4 extent, and each township or ward has one )' and princely living, is looked uponas : 1 le also recommends of the $tOO-, ) Alabama: river, Alabama, $00.000;
their !sinews their physical training-in OIM 0) of 4 cent bonds already issued, ofwhich
a deserving object of a public eleemosynary per improving Warrior and Tombl bee rivers,
supervisor and a town assessor. The superVisors demonstration. It is proposed to fact, for the work and labor of life it : $300,000) have been redeemed the re- Alabama and Missisisippi! : $70,000.
have an al1l legislative meeting of pen maining $KtOM)0) still out to be called in and
made them hell'lels'hat we complainedof It will be seen by the above Chat the imprOVellll'nt
sion and make him United States Senator redeemed, as there is a sutUcient surplus in
two or three weeks duration and as every
was! that they were-without discrimination do I in these of our rivers and ]harbors( has s.
for life. To be sure there is no warrantfor the treasury to so. concur re .
1 part of the county is represented! the ]legislation it in the constitution, but it seems to bethought all kept in school-being taught much ('commendation.. Such action will save interest been estimated for by the department upona

is apt to be fair, impartial and effective. it be done 81"nehow-con..ti- that was useless, much that was superficial, to the state, and will diminish insteadof scale connnemmsuratewith their importance.
In some of our Southern States the counties increasing the public debt _
find themselves when left school
to they The item improving St. Johns river should,
tution or no constitution. The fact is General The report of the comptroller-general exhibits -
arc divided into civil districts and the jus-
t Grant I is rather an inconvenient "poorrelation. helpless to engage in those employments the gratifying fact that the increase in doubtless, read improving the entrance toSt.
tices of the peace are elected in each civil which while exacted skill and manual time value of the taxable of the state "
)t ." Why not send him!! a Minister they property Johns river. The sum estimated for entrance
district. There is also a judge of the county labor reward for skilled will exceed 11,000,000.) )
give proportionate
to Cumberland Sound if granted by
to China or Japan, or somewhere? the pay ,
elected. The justices of the county, with labor. TUB HTATK FREE SCHOOL SYSTEM
t is good the chtll'rure as near to nothing as Congress:' would do very much to give immediate
the county judge as their chairman, constitute We do not believe in this idea of keepingthe The report of the state school commissioner !' -
can be. He would have the precedent of shows that in the last the attendance: benefit to the commerce of our port,
the county court which Is charged with year
whole of in school
a ,living anywhere he chose! and if he did no mass growing youth upon the white schools was 145,000) ) and colored and promote the interests! of the citizens of
all the duties commissioners.This .
ot our county good, he would equal his predecessors.! The until they are men and women grown but schools, 79,000! making a total of 224-: the State.
county court meets quarterly for county we believe tout tfie}Vommon school sh'ould 000. being an increase: of 14O, Oorcr thc'ellr'' "
only objection we see, would be that some
business, at which meetings n majority of tench well and thoroughly the primary and 1878. THAT POLITICAL EDUCATION
Ohio would suffer who has an to The commissioner the attendance
man eye gives
the justices must bo in order to net. SOCIETY.
present essential branches of knowledge the famous
since the of the school
the place but the Ohio man could be givenBoynton's inauguration system
The county judge with three or more justices three IVs with a little geography, and the in 1871 and the figures exhibit the gratifying The telegraph informed us a day or two

sits monthly I as a probate court and place as a roving inspector abroad ten commandments, and then the youth of fact of a steady growth of the system in since that u ready made political party had
I and General Grant could come back in 81 each In 1871 white pupils, 42,914 been incubated in New England during the
certain class of year. ;
county court for n ( 4e8 the land should be placed in a position to
1 and try his luck again for tho Presidency. colored, 0,004 ; total 49,578.! In 1873,white, recent campaign, and was about to be
This system gives a very thorough representation learn trades, agriculture, horticulture ; in 03,922: : ; colored 19,755 ; total, 83,077 ; increase launched upon the South. We were prepared -

to all parts of the! county and is not GENERAL SANFORD'S LETTER. other words, how to get a living by the workof 34,099. In 1874, white 93,107 ; colored to hear something encouraging from

very expensive. It has for n long time prevailed We republish with pleasure General San- their hands and their heads, if they are 42,3;" ; total, 135,541 ; increase 51,804. that direction following herald this the announcement emissaries of,
and ready to :!
In 1875, white, 105,990! ; colored, 50,358 ; to-
in North Carolina and Tennessee! and ford's I.ttc.'ron immigration. We have elsewhere worth anything, will take care of themselves. tal, 150,394! : increase, 20,808. In 1870 white, the new political faith among 1111.'e

is deemed satisfactory. before seeing the letter, indicated 1 121,418: colored\ I, 57,987 ; total, 179,405 ; increase well aware that the South is sadly in arc'j

We think the substitution! of a similar oujcojicurrence: : in his views as to the class The common school is the p'ople'l'Il'dlOo], 23,011.!: In 1877, white, 128,29(5( ; colored of enlightenment, and presents as fine a

system in Florida would be great improvement old locality of immigrants we should endeavor and should be confined to giving as thorough In 1878, t :?,,33I1 white; total, 137,217, 190,020; colored; incrcase,11,221, 72,055 ; to-, ideas field for as could the dissemination be desired. of New England

on our present system. Let there be to procure. The ordinary conceptionof teaching as possible to all. Its aim should tal, 209,872 ; increase, 19,240. Thetotal number We were scarcely ready, however, for the

nppointed and eventually elected in each the Italian is fellow with a hand organ bo thoroughness and excellence within a limited of children of school age 433,441.. The reception of the circular of the "Society for

election district n commissioner with the and monkey, but it is well known that the range of study. For all above that tho net amount appropriated in 1879! for the Political Education," which has just reached
schools was $15.)1 'ti4.31. In 1880 the amount us. Among the lights of this new
powers of justice of peace, let them be required laboring classes of the north of Italy, especially } people should not be taxed. The strongestand w$185,789.54. The increase in 1880 was organization are shinillr A.l.IIS, Charles

to meet quarterly for county business arc a laborious and skilful class of best men we have ever had in public life due to the liquor tax, a half year's yield fur. Francis Adams, Jr., W. G. Sumner, and

and give them three dollars n day for farm laborers, and accustomed to the cultivation were men who were well taught the simple] nisbuig $35,000. The poll tux is to be added Horace 11 Imite.
in the counties. In We fear, however, that the society will
which is retained 1879
their attendance, and require for large appropriations of the; vine and fruit tr4."e dissent elements of knowledge in the common net poll tax collected WllGO,484.3.i. not spread with rapidity that will affectthe

t levy of taxes, etc., a majority of altogether from the statement implied school, and acquired all their after education The whole amount estimated fur the publici next Presidential campaign, as the active

three-fourths of the whole number to be In a portion of the letter that the orange and by their own efforts schools for 1880 will be $370,000.: Certain members are required to read a series of

present. This would give to each county a lemon are indigenous to Florida. There is Our contemporary, the Etjiress. in the cities and counties, und,'r local laws, raise text books about finance, politcial economy
nothing to justify such a conclusion although by local taxation for school purposes about and the history of politics on this side of
f number of commissioners in proportion to apparently, wild sour trees are found sound article published in another column, $150,000 yearly, making tho whole sum, the Atlantic as well as a treatise on the con-

1 its election districts and would insure a in the hammocks, but never in the pine correctly apprehends our views. which will be annually raised by the present stitution.We .

much better representation of all parts of woods. All, however, are descended from the laws for free education, $."i 'l "ooo, ha\.l'the highest respect for Mr. Wells:
? planting of the early settlers. and his colaborers and as an abstract -
the county. ITALIAN IMMIGRANTS FOR THESOUTH. The commissioners recommend u number proposition
of methods for increasing the school fund would endorse most of their theories -
SOLID FOR SELF PROTECTION. about free trade and hard money, but
to which legislative attention is directed.The .
-1. The Italian peasant from the
we realize the broad fact that these
Tho Patriot criticises our remarks on the especially sum of $300,000: has supported the pub issues:
The machinery the United States courtsis northl'npr"'inccs, is patient, have long since ceased to be matters for dis.
lic schools in the different counties for
solid South but does not impugn our argument saving ami orderly. Next to the Germans peri- cusaion. The tariff has built
_ in motion arresting inspectors of 11th'nr.ing! from one and a half to three up a largo
now and Irish he makes the best immigrant and
,which is "that the solidity of the South pecuniary interest that will bear no abstract
election in various parts of the country and Js an instinctive resort to self-defence." The supplies the best foreign population( to :South:: the months uttt'lIltanl'C'lIt of the year.the public The steady schools increase demonstrates in reasoning and must: be handled with the V
them to Jacksonville to before America particularly )hu'uos'rl'l and greatest delicacy. The South is
dragging appear
majority of our people" moved by the impulse Brazil There is a very large flow of these the ,growing popular agppre Iatiomll'of certainly
not ardent for free
so trade
r' a 1.1nltNStates commissioner on a them and their enhancing utllit '. I trust as former
of self-preservation did vote togetherfor emigrants from Genoa and Marseilles. They days She has her infant
t t- charge of violating the election laws. The a State government which'ouhlprotc.'Ct are driven out by the heavy taxes on land!, that some means may be devised to strength. to foster, and her manufacturing statesmen realize interests -
this instrument of
Constitution and laws of Florida make con industry and I the necessaries of life, which en powerful state progress. the fact that in practice our section has thus
and interests. TheRepublican
their rights, pro]>erty :
of the are imjKised by the Italian system. The far realized but little benefit from
viction for larceny one disqualifications GEORrtlVH the high
leaders simply failed! to gather Italian peasant pan eight times a-s much tax MINERAL RESOURCE clutic.Ile\'ieJ
r foreign fabrics and waresA
for exercising the plivilego of suffrage.This behind them cohorts enough to carry the per capita as the French, while his average The last general assembly made no appropriation We have contributed upon for to enrich;
constitution and these laws haw been little more than half as for the continuance of the years
has earnings are only a geological ,New England
election, by some 5,000. The MIRROR not by paying bounty upon
Prior to the remit great This system!: of taxation, which fa survey of the state and the payment of homemade
In force many years. indicated any hostility to the majority rule articles and now that the manufacturing
be false radi the state The field work
to "radically
your pronounced was
whether this because it admits that the which interests thereare
raised majority well
election a question was pretty
the most all taxes therefore, suspended. The state has
('aUunjust, oppressive geologist: established and
Is entitled demand
General Gl1rtil'lcll'resitll'nt ,
\ some modification
applied to convictions before u justice of the to rule: ai the majority wljich elected Mr. Is ,driving out the Italianpeasants in large continued the correspondence! of his office of the duties, the West and South are beginning
peace. The question was referred by the Bloxlmm has the same right. The Sun and numbers The:Southern States could secure a to some extent and the collection of ores to realize what the
government can do
of these by efforts, an,1th'v and geological data along the lines of the
population proper various in
of fraud. ThePatriot sustaining;
g who, in a long and able official opinion, ad- had better follow suit. population. They would introduce the silk interest in the mineral region of The by South limiting foreign competition.
"vised the governor that the disqualificationfollowed FUPGE.There illl\ustry. They kuow how to till cotton corn, the state. There are in operation fitlv gold I agricultural: communities longer composed of strictly -
aU convictions for larceny, without tobacco and wheat, and are skilful also in mills with nearly five hundred "hUll'';;;, representing has ambitions our section
worthy in
appears to bo no doubt that Floridawas the growing of all kinds of fruits!, olives! oranges a capital of nearly half a millionof I. the line of manufactures -
reference to the tribunal. This: opinion of carried bthe Democrats by the most lemons, lies'etc. To the South dollars, brought into the state from the and we are no more ready to uphold -

the, attorney-general of the State was contro- glaring frauds.. Ballot boxes wen shamelessly they would supply an intermediate class of North and West during the five years of the the free trade doctrines of the old .
stuffed, and United States officials, versed those small indus active of the Democracy: than we are to advocate their
verted by the chairman of the Republican eople l in precisely prosecution survey. New investments principles of internal
whose business! it was to sec that there wasa tries and home manufactures in which that are being constantly made. impro'emelltl'erc:
State Committee. fair election, were shot ut In IIt.llUehl..t"Ol' section is most ',Ietidc.nt, and they would The Orb ius J'icuywtt,
of election it is to be and threatened in others, and had to lice for state geologist: reports that he has ju.tnbh'C1 :
The inspectors pre not need to be' acclimated, !since: the climate the work of
collecting the
suuedregarded the attorney-general's opinion their lives. The Republicans' of Florida of Italy resembles that .of the South very statistics of Georgia for the tenth mineral JOXES.-We cordially indorse the
made wherever the election was fairlyconducted census following from W.
the gains closely. the United States' II. B., in the SavannahSews
promulgated officially by governor
and (have doubt' that the majority
no The only class of immigrants from Europe The mining of in and we think it is the general
*if the State, as the proper guide to the exercise of votes honestly cast were for (lar- manganese ore Bartow state
of their duties and ft'joctec.the votes of field and Arthur. }>vho could be expected do well at first in county and, brown hematite iron In Iade county ment of all persons! and parties in the State :

all persons who ,had _been convicted of larceny So says a New Hampshire paper. Its ignorance }o'lorhlwould be the natives of Southern among, the copper developments in Haralson of the county last ,war are Democratic The legislature! with will be ovelwhelmingly

r < of facts is only equalled by the credulity Europe. When the English crown acquired and may be ascribed to the geological department. .: both branches, Upon a three-fourth this body will majority cle"j)1\-e in

It now appears'; that one of these convicts which enables it to accept as truth the the Florida an immigration scheme was Fertilizers are being made of theiotasli the duty of electing a United :States Senator

lias gone before United States Commissioner waitings of a set of politicians who had as put into operation by Dr. Andrew Turnbull counties| l deposits, soapstone in is Houston being and! ed Twiggs( It is to be hoped that they will make Senator
shipj> rum Junes his
Meek, at Jacksonville: and made an afllda- much right to expect| to make Florida Republican Ii Scotch physician, who had organized a Murray and Fannin counties, sandstone true, faithful own and 8UCC *S0'. He has made a

vit to procure warrants against the inspectors as the Democracy would !have to oiupany, in which were associated. manyof from Bartow county, and asbestos barite, the .State! interests competent and honor custodian in of

: of election at Cedar Key, iu Levy county. claim Vermont Five thousand majority in the nobility England. to colonize Flor- mica The, and collection rutilli from other cmUltl('!!!. and will be an equally zealous defender the past in
of minerals
discrction of thirh'ninetntiClf ida, and at an expense of $U ,OuO procured discloses some the future. Florulians
In the exercise of his a State where out recognize and admit
\ evidences
The : astonishing of Georgia's wealth in ,
worth and anf
has a right to consider the source and there are only six having a negro pluralityneed ,4OO; colonists from Smyrna, Greece, theIl'tliterranl'an minerals. There are specimens of iron ore honor a man who ability hat will delight? to

character of the men making the oaths, and i not create surprise. i ) islands and Spanish" ports. from ?counties ; granite, 43 ; gold ore (i1 i amid cfticleutlr. Scn.eothl'ln honestly



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SPIRIT OF TIU-: STATE. PRVSS.Sortie spent is, even quadrupled if the present-him ion.annual appropriation Groceries!' and Provision!' DRY GOODS.-r----------------AT NEW! YORK PIUOJJS1.1! I '

SCHOOLS ANH OIf.TII.-1t is well WORK FOU THE tltill.\Tt'nr.-nreat and A. ii. XO,'.':S, :

known t Unit a more comprehensivesystem varied i is the work that will probably! ('ollieefore AT Tin 'OI9111"Ut iiiiv uoons iiorsi; orDHY

of popular\ education prevails! at the next )legislature. However: that f'( ROCKK AND t SHIP CHANDLKH, i .

the North than t is I found in our Southern may be, we know of no more important a

state' This is in part owing to the greater measure than the passage of the local option t1E.'t.En tXlroisioiiN ._:J. & rl" YDD.:= .

wealth and larger population of those states liquor law. We find that where this meas

which both create ti demand for a wide tire has been given a trial it has tended to !' Liquors' I'lc.: --- 1
scheme of instruction and also furnish the improve the morals of time{ place and although 41
facilities for securing it. Besides t this, something '
some or cover liquo AND
.t CO.'S Pw.ws
i is to be attributed to the idea early was sold, the wholesale and unchecked sale AGENT FUR 11. F. AVKIlY: .

avowed by the leaders of opinion, in the populous I of it was prevented and the consequen: \ XO'I'IOXSXU FAXUY. 4.OOIKS. "I f ;
North that it Mho i of the state to
duty great temptations, to the youth were removed. CENTRE STREET, j

fit and\propareall, and especially the poor, for We earnestly hope the next legislature rplIE: LARGEST: AND! WIST: STOCK' TO SELECT. ; FROM) I, AT PRICKS: WHICH
the obligations and responsibilities of citizenship will pass the local; option 1i'1"n1'li\\\', 52 tf KKKNANDINA A, JL CANNOT UK: UNDKIISOI.D.) ::
for all the children .
while providing .
t for th<'lcn'n' (community have the opportunity ----- --
,. of the C01l1ullJllWl'alth1l'h primary, elementary ) of sanctioning'or prohibiting tin '1 ItS. A\M I"UUU': Large shlpmcnts'of\ FAM, .AXI WIXTKllOOIS received weekly.Wholesale I ;
instruction as should quality y and sale of article which ruins the lives of
1\ and Retail. Order mail receive attention '
;J.t by prompt
enable them to earn an honest livelihood in
thousands and blasts the bright hope) : of si
industrial calling. rilllinn ST- HET. C.ntm.r.CIlt': .\ Now York ,Jo:. ('or. Cl'ntr and Third
sonic families in our land.-Munifm He ,
many 011ice'l{ J, l' T. IL 1' n n }
& 9
Governor Robinson, of New York, the carder. 31: l Io'cfI1l\1l1hna, Phi. a
______ ______
last of her Democratic
earnestly -
great governors FKUNANDINA) J FLA.DEM.EK .,
opposed two years ago, the extendingof TIll FLORIDA KLLCTIOX. 'j '
the system of free public institution so as SANB011N & HOYT\ :
to render the higher education afforded in Florida has more than fullillcdthc\ prediction IN Tin 1
made in my last: letter, electingthe\ entire :
Academies and colleges gratuitous to all SECOND STREET) NEAR) CENTRE:
Democratic ticket National, State and ,
i'liolcoNt( Fruits nnd 1'cgclalbles.
his for '
classes, assigning as strong reason opposing increased
Congressional largely majori
the that since few but the WIlOL U t.Eill: HKTAir.
plan, very
ties. It is i the first time'thather full strengtl t
children of the could have leisure '
wealthy : has and the result demonstrates CONFKCTIONKIMRS, KTC.
e\'rhl'l'n1'ol1cII, :
and opportunity to attend the higher institutions GROCERS SHIP CHANDLERS In
what has always, been claimed, that ,
the proposed measure was practicallya
measure to tax the for the benefit of the Democrats were the ascendancy) Hliss': Garden Seeds, Flowers, Farm anti AND MCA MUM: IN: .
several thousands. Hard work thorough
these\ : ,
the rich, offering to tit the public expense organization and an exhaustive I canvass bv Garden Implements. 7 tfASlEi..t III .* ."'__* III_____ I

to education provide facilities which for themselves.A for they obtaining are. abundantly an advanced able to the do candidates with the and victory.their Only friends two hail counties much, -------. .-- -.-.'unxn.llAKlms -- -- -,- ------ *| HAY *| I* ('on x *I *I/l.l'IV J( *-HICK; :li J I I* MJIIJ: J J.I[ll' T( J\ \

so far as heard: from, hoa gain for the liepublicans -
Virginia college president has recently ---
since 1S7(;. Until that party' shakes
asserted in address that while s slt1y
a public established I oll'its t \t'\ller:4nt1l11'rl'\cnt"\ : candidates A LARGE( STOCK: OF Io'UH ITl1H1'T.W.: .\\', ON HAND.FUECIIGOTT .
all the Southern states
I nearly : I of character, eapacit'anti respectability,they ('1101 CE )
universities _
provision was
no :
will always encounter: j".tueh, a reverse.
\ the masses.: We think this is a mistaken I
That the Democratic: victory was partially\ Groceries!' Cigars!' ami Toliaci'OM,
J view to sonic extent. Tospc.ik: now of I due to the want of the qualifies mentionedon BENEDICT & CO.

no other states: South : Forty-throe years I the part of the llcpubtican: aspirants is ,

ago, in the btate of Tennessee time a public system I true, but several other causes combined tIrnthll'l' TOYS AND FANCY: AUTICLRS.
schools for entire state
of common this 1'l'lIl1trIIII1I1
; : -
was established by the legislature.i Many .
.\ these the careful revision of]
zealous friends ofIll1eationlahlJl'l',1: l years: were' Weddings, KntertainmeiiN, and PienJes, SonthnC'Nt Corner of liny mid Thio SfrrclM,
lists thl'rehthe
to give it effect; but the dilliculties to be the introduction registration; of illegal, preventing voters, the/ exclusion furnished at the shortest notice, al rockhottom'prices -

overcome were such-owing dtil'llto the ,. admittedto atANGKL'S \ ,
convicts who were previously: ( 1JAKKIIY
of the l'oplllatiOlf-that the most! ,
sparseness the right iff suffrage, together"with boys
0'enlre t Street
of free schools ,
earnest advocates of a system
under 111\1111'4 colonizers as: chose JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
ago many -
2l! Opp.oldP. O. lluildiug.
were Inclined at one time to concentrate ,
to come over from (Georgia and Alabama. ____ --
their efforts upon the county academies and Neither did any of the occupants! of the jails
schools. The Western idea, as developed Jt."t'I'
high vote the Radical: ticket in IhttO\ as they did
by recent legislation, appears to be that in 1M7 ,the state shall directly furnish! both the low I I tlt'tl'rminl',11II1t1 rc"oluto purpose of the good OFFER GREAT BARGAINS( : IN

cr and the higher education. and true men of the State, that the administration 1\ W. LOiLiANN'S1'AMOUS
In none of these systems N it pretendedthat of the government should not fall ...

a specific business, or professional, education into the hands of incompetent and! designing

is imparted at the public school. The politicians This brought out DDDI RRRR YY YY GGGGG( OOO 000 DDDD SSSSSDDDDD :

general, or I disciplinary, instruction designedand our forces 1'1'011one extremity of the State Flour. RRRKR V1''V GGGGGG'( ( OOOOO 00000 DDDDD SSSSSSSDD

adapted to invigorate the mental faculties to the other, and Democrats and conservative I'repari'd ) J DDRR RR YY YY GG (jO 00 OO 00 OC III) DDSSDD

: is one thing ; the technical, or professional Republicans locked anus on this; issue. )) )1)1)J 111111111'V GO 00 OOOO 00 UO DD) SSSSSHDD !: : .

training for sonic special calling or Governor llloxhain's; vote will considerably .. -- 1)() HIt RR YY (HI GGG 00 OO 00 OO )DD OJ) SS

business:! i is a very different thing. For the exceed thatgivcn for the Hancock electors ONLY F lW.JIS: PEIl POUND.0tf DDDDD} ( RR RR YY GGGGGO 00000 OOOOO DDDDD SSSSSSHDDDD m

1' former the common or public "choolollght The same clement that (contributed the RR RR YY GGGGG; OOO 000 DDDD) SSSSS:;:;
undertakes too much and
to sutlieelnlel's election! of Governor Drew fOllr'l'ar!! ago
tries to become a small university ; for the
recognized the necessity: of!supporting an administration
latter purpose, special training or business be wise 1If
promises to equal, ,
schools arc provided ; as one recently endowed
fair equitable and economical, and consequently
by a citizen of Pennsylvania at an hundreds: here who sustained General --- : :C i\ll P B'rS, MATTINCSif:: ; ++
of the Stevens' Institute :
expense $300,000 Garfield were open and enthusiastic: ii. i:. OTTIKII: ,
at Hoboken, the old Rennsselacr school at
IMoxham. It
friends of Governor now remains t
and the technical and scientific departments .
Troy, for the new governor and the entire
connected with several universities Democratic party of Florida to show by Ij KIlNANDINA, FLORIDA,

besides many so-called business collegesof their action that they are not unworthy )1' FLOOR OIL CLOTHS nii:WINDOW SHADES.

various grades. the trust given to their keeping, and to devote DK.VLEK IN
Our contemporary of the Mirror could not best the of
their energies to t promotion (
have overlooked the distinction to which we all those! great interests-thut build up a whale! Elsie Family lcocerles{, ,
allude, when he spoke, a "few weeks since, and render its people happy, intelligent and
of the failure of Northern schools to educate That Governor Itloxham will LATEST NOVELTIES: : IN
for practical life. We do not at all believe prosperous. and Axe
be faithful to each every pledge madeby
with some of his critics, that he intended him during the canvass, that he will be the I'llOVISIONS.Custonierss +4. I++I I4
much less the utmost ++ ++
to decry, oppose, of the people and not of a party, J
governor --- ---- --------- ----- ---- ----- -
diffusion of education by means of ++ + *+ ++ ++ ++ ++ .++ ** ** 4 F
: that he, a son of Florida, will industriouslyand .. *. ** kt ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ + 4+

common crowding doubt or!public mistakes into the schools.No curriculum have. been committedby of the elementary and natural honestly aid resources in the labor: development by to encouraging)promote of her her immigration growth great can rely upon) getting, CHOICE: I:: DRESS GOODS, SILKS, CASHMERES, **M1 **- ; aI

school studies which do not belong giving his influence to internal improvements GOODS ++ 4+ +*__**_**"--.*+. *+ ** ++ +* ++ 4* ++ ** 4+ .** *+ -+*-"*++.-++++
a.sNOTHING -- --- -
have -- ------ -
there, and which, to a certain extent,
and fostering: the great cause of ** 1;:
thrust aside exercises of a more directly I ,
education for he masses, neclnot be doubted. 1++ +1
1. practical nature. Into this discussion we .
Governor Drew's able administrationwill
} cannot enter at present. We have desired be continued, and the same wise and CLOAKS ULSTERS SHAWLS and FLANNELS.
to emphasize the fact of the distinction
only acceptable policy instituted by him will be
commonly made by educators and friends of followed by his successor. It will be abundantly in stock
education between education in its general or shown by evidence that cannot be arc kept. a
-- --- -----
or directly disciplinary character, and that controverted, that the idle and senseless
special; instruction or training which prepares that immigration from the former free states cry c. BART. II. BTEIT/. OUR Linen<< J'Jmr.mc'nt is I COMPLETE: : IN EVERY RESPECT.; :

a youth for practical life, for mechanical will be chocked by the continuance of a. ( HART &V:: :0.: GRKAT CARI'KT SALE: commenced on the M of this month. Over 50O

commercial professional! or other busi- Democratic government, was; as false as it different designs of Brussels mid Wool "rawtH are now offered at .'
And that we understood Importers and Wholesale Dealers In
ness pursuits. we \repeat, was: foolish. Northern and Western men

our neighbor to hold, with us, that will come here to recover their health, under +

in addition to the education given in the a Democratic atmosphere, as they have Foreign and UOlnc'Htic STRICTLY NORTHERN PRICES. .

common schools of the land, there should done heretofore, and if money can be made

be facilities provided, !such that our children in Florida, people from those sections will FrultM, XIIH, etc'., )
NICK RRUSSEI.S: CARPETS: from 75 'tN. to $1.1 0.
beside scholastic knowledge, should be come here to make it. Oranges will bo as upwards)

enabled to acquire si practical training for sweet as they have been, long: cotton as pro- No.s.! .V, 57 and I 5!) Market Street, WOOL CARl'KTS: from 65 c.... to #1.25. v

the practical business of life. fitable, rice as productive, and the pine trees HALF-WOOL CARl'KTS from 30 'tH. uI.Lutlt .

Let us hope that as wealth shall continue increases to and be will yield as much lumber and turpentine.The CHARLESTON'; SOl'TH CAItOU .\. designs of FANCY MATTINGS.: Rest grades of White and Checked. ;
the affairs of State
our next four will see a new impetus
managed by wise and energetic hands, till given to the progress years of Flor lla.lrC'l1lly ConsignmentH: of 1"WlLlII.On\ u. Window shades made to order-material in all colors. (In ordering vimplv

needed appliances fur the education of the fairly entered on the road that leads to rreat. solicited, and prompt returns made. J.1-Om; !state color and dimension. CORNICKS: MADK: TO ORDKU.) FINK LACK CURTAINS:

people will be furnished, and will be fostered neSs and prosperity, her strides in the future of new designs.

and cherished amongst us.-Fernniuli* will be marvellously rapid.! Just so long as W. K. IIAiriC.MCJIIT, Kid JloveM, all colors and qualities (two to six buttons), i
na J:j'prens. she can offer the inducements: she now pre- w
bnfwn.TloThere are few men in Florida sent, will muscle, capital l and bruin\ seek her ,
who from actual experience and extensive shores, and unite their mighty forces: in her WHOUM\Lt:: AND ItKTAIL DKRING: J FOR (JAItl'J:r. .

I. observation are better qualified to give behalf. As she becomes better known, the T>UTCIIER AND STOCK DKALEH, #t7 Hold stud lloiir IliiKIIoiiM4 Keepers will find our price exceed-:

f sound opinion on the true policy, of the more she will appreciated. Her ixruliar- LJ ANIIOenler ugly[ reasonable, and selection) grand. SHKKTINGS: LOW-CASING, TABLE: DAMASKS
!State: in securing a desirable immigration itiesof climate, location and products leave In Ire.fENNESSEE .
than General Sanford. What he says on the her without competition in this country, : BEEF A SPECIALTY: (white and colored: ), DOYLIKS, NAPKINS, CRAHHKS: GLASS LINKNH: in

subject In to-day's Union will, therefore, be and give her advantages in some rticU large varieties.

read with more than ordinary Interest. by no other state in the Union. BROOM STREET WHARF, Corsets" LtircM' Silk Ties" Silk IJuiirclil(>fH-latest designs at
There can be no question about It payingthis Population and wealth will continue to seek 19-tf FEUNANDINA. FLA.StovoM .
reasonable .
State to make a vigorous and systematic her shores! and brawn and dollars will find very figures.FURN1TURK
--- --- -- --- -- -
effort to secure immigration. The effort many new avenues for their employment. CHINTZ and RKITH, FANCY TASSKLS, JIMP and FRINGKfO :
mid Tinware.V .
which has been made the past two years The next census, will show n wonderful increase MATCH.GKNTH. '
-- -- --- -
under the direction Dr. French has resulted in all the leading elements that go to : CASSIMKRS, DOKSKINS: JKANS: CASSIMK1LS: FOR 1JOY8 WKAII: ,
friendof swell a community's growth and importance HllOTlir.il,
as favorably as the most STREET
the movement could hone. The appropriation and will indicate a development that Second Street Vust Ofice
was not large and being restrictedto can only arise from a good government that opjxisite and MISSUS': JJlm\'iTt-all: izM and grade., from 50 cts. up to

so small an amount Dr. French could not looks to the best welfare of its llCC>I,1e.W; $::.0O. Also a lot of RKD FLANNKL: tJNIJ. lt'mlIt'fH for Ladies fine grade. ,

do all that he saw would be profitable to the 11 If., in Savannah "yew".

State: he has, however, used judiciously the Bar Our Gents' Furnishing Goods is Complete in'Every Reapect.-Sa

funds at his di"'posalll1nd' the good results INCREASE OF AMERICA PRO-

are now becoming apparent by the constant VUCTIO.V. It is! irniiossible) for us to mention every article we have for sale, but every imagin- a

arrival of immigrants brought hither by his The following table, showing the great P Mag able) article usually! kept In a FIRST-CLASS DRY GOODS: KSTA1JLISHMKNT: can N'ound ,
efforts. His success should remove in the United States ('
increase in production 'In our HoiiKe.
concerning the propriety of making a large
fast has been ,
appropriation for the next two years. piled during by the the Hon.twenty J. Hay years, Assistant; Secretary com- 4) Z 'Special attention paid>> to Orders, anil t'orrettpouileiire.>> I:
As to the fields which it is most profitableto r '
of !State: for the United States! : Call or address
cultivate, General Sanford has, no doubt, TWENTY YEARS INCREASE IN PKOUfDTIOX IN FURCIIGOTT, iu\ii: : >icrr A- co., ....
indicated of the best. Indeed his
one very THE UMTEI 8TATKH. 61-0m Corner of Hay and Pine; Streets. '
experience as given shows: unmistakably IncreaM
that Italy would be a most productive field. 1860. a88a.'er cent. ,
His Population 31.43.$ 48.5/>D.ooo 5'..
with the Swedes he broughtto
experience Wheat produced b'lf. .173.104.934 44a.ouo.aQO 1543
the Sanford Grant proves how hard it is Wheat eiported b'la 4.155.153 175000.000. 4.1114 ARLINGTON NURSERIES.
Maize produced b'b. 138,793,740 iai+.orana 719Mai ;
to turn the tide of immigration from Northern .
; ",ezpon d,bU. 3.314.3 IW-.ooo 3.917.3
Europe southward in the United States.It Wool produced. as. 60.364.913 tj3.soo.oao :q 8
...... \
1h. >> JfS
Cotton produced 4- ).770
U that : coming (rum . ... .& 1IJOl'H
apparent 1
persons Petroleum bbl yojuM 19,741 rruVES, HEATEllS: H.\ UEH.! .
TIUJJI and sr.Mi-TKoric'Ai: FItUIT Tiurs:
1 localities where climate and productions are Iron produced tout. "'9.77o 3x170. 7] ru.l ROSES, ICID--
. ,.
similar\ to those of Florida will' be more contented Rail packed.produced. "sJSO.1ba" .0)8. 6.1,113.373<)So..S' 195.4419hogs TIN AND SHKCT-IHON: WARE:, acid IVIIKJIUIsuiiuiis: : : and "'I.OUUIN14.NTH.
and and therefore the Butter ciported.... 7.6>j 916 )11.248..6 4uo.Cheete .6
prosperous, ciported. B". ij.5>].779 '41 54474 *'V3Merchaadi IOOFIMJ AND GUTTKUIXG: ,
best possible class of immigrants. We do a .e.Uuporw {116...8 .485 5'-70..........> 9'J.) .
not believe in relaxing our efforts to draw MercbaodlK.enports. 316,343423 '35vOoo ooo 164.3 Cl'Ct'MISKR; : WOQp PUMP, ETC.:

immigrants from the Northern and Western Gold(Mid and and.Miter,il Iyc produced cipurted 5709j6.* .isu.ouo! ,,.. 19.7"930, 7.>-., NEW< : ASI CHOICK VARIETIES: Hudded Orange Tree' MAUI A SPECIALTY.
states and from England: let these be increased Gold and..Iwe,imported 75.7'3.53'IlEiVY A large fetix-k of Stove; on hand. Give usa
call and our prices with those of --
of rompare
but let not the enlargment
the Sxow STORMS.-A heavy snowstorm ither houses, here or elsewhere. &ir Send for Descriptive Catalogue ..
efforts stop here, but while occupying Northern ._ ] : '
all the
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fields cultivated let these others prevailed ALBERT I. Ill DWELL.JACKSONVILLE .
now being .
be added. It will the State in the immediate States on Tuesday night and during Wed. TOM PRINTING, in every style, and at .

future many repay fold for every dollar nesday. lowest rates, at the MIBKOB office 1 tt FLA.TIlE .



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UIXE1J) CITIES IX 1'LOniVA.fl This season: we have learned that they do John I"'. Ilotlse, St. Augustine.J. I CIAY COCNTY.County I 'ornl\h: Graham, Manatee.f .

not confine their attacks to dead vegetable M. Currie, Cedar Key. ,Jmlii'i. Peeler, (?reen Cove (' *Hobert' S. (JrilHth, )1 tlUh'('.
TilE PEPAHTEH fltORIEH:: OF APAI.ACHirOI.A, matter, but that they frequently infest and Spring I /(/ C. Ifaymau, Pine Level.tseMof .

ST. JOSEPH, ST. MARK, AM 11KI AlK.APAI.ACHIOOIA destroy living {llnllt!'!. \\v received<< specimens Ktnfp Odicors. CIl'Tk-O. A. P.uddington. Green CuvcSprimm. :Sheriff-Win.I IIJ T+trrs-W'num. I'. Parrish! Par-
from Mr. Wccni" of Houston.
B. .
a locality into which\ FLA.n, stranger October but 8.-This seldom! i is! Texas, that were infesting' pampas; grass' allliorllnge < KJSKlTTtVB: 1Brew IiEPAUTMEXT.Uoirrnor Tallahassee.. Merl/James W. HeWitt, Green (Cove rich: Collector/ of Jt''CIIICnrwn. O}. Carlton,

-George ,
and I found them
; common SpringAftfffor-*.
wanders.from Chattnhoochce Having business!I took down a steamer the river for throughout Florida, in A sting orange trees! I'rrtMrnt ]>ro trm. tif.ffvuntr\\'. D.) Harm, of Tiircs-Win. Con way, Kmgsley.CotWtir ; Pine Level.S'nifrinleu'tcnt. of .,r1'lfJIl.' ,1. Scward,

guava bushes! and sugar-cane. I In the last Tallahassee.KrrrctnryitfMnte: of lcrrnnc'i iii.\\ :S. Plunimcr,
this in order that I look
point might at what Level.
named State these inserts are recognized ns -\\ H. Hankin, Maxville. Pine

was once a thriving commercial town. It is important )'ests."" 1'11IIrIJ there known us Nuiicrintenflent nf ,';('/UOafS-\[. F. (;'I'Icr; ?\UIOX I'OfNTY.
now only a mass of ruins. Before railroad: Tallahassee. )Mclntosh. Ocala.
( r''plrofcr-C'ollltllllll'4 e"'lIIlywlf'.T.
"wood lice whose is be
built Alabama a name use to deprecated )lil 1111('''"rg.
were across and Georgia, Apalacliicola -
Trfifiirrr Walter (lw\'lm, Tallahassee. Long, Ocala.
a" it tends to create confusion.! ('Ol.nlllt.'nl' TCO'lIIt'I,1"lYIW. \ ('lck-l1.11.,
was the seaport for all the conn ; }'. Ita Tallahaxiee. looser Ocala.Asscwir .
When white ants infest I living plants, they .Ilbriey-iruern-corge lilT, M. IvesJr.lnkeC'ity. KlieriSr-V. D. ,
bordering the Apalachicolu and Flint Cotton
try attack that winch I is below l of TdfO Thomas: Harco,
part at or just :- Lake
Jr. Citro8hl'I'ijrJ.
Vinzant :
rivers for several h\llIlIt''lllI1ile*. It in Clerk ,
grew Coinmifflotiff Lnmh A. Corley
the surface of the In the of f -Hugh/ ,
ground. Plant.
case .
W. Lake ('its.lcscevor I
wealth and importance und presented nil Perry, N.
j 'rullaha Jd'c/lP/c-I'rcl+lcrick loy,
puupasgrass' the base of the stalk is hollowed "sec f"rc.L. \V. 1in'r.Lakl' Collector of / ,
the features of a I business place. River of
) I'uliHc 1".I"clionP.. '
with I Siijirriiili'inlrtit of
woody or trees! Ol'ala
; plants orange :
steamers and ocean vessels lined its wharves, 1 'fn I lal Schools 1 -I(. CIartimi( ,
mt and long block of brick and granite buildings and guava bushes! t the! bark of the base! of Inisley, Imissee..I,1'ulrrullrueerrrlJ. City.Collector nf f""I.Tho. W. Getzeii, Lake SiiiH-rinlenilcnt of
A J. 1'kkison' Tallahassee.
the trunk is eaten, and frequently the tree Fort McCoy.
fronted its streets. .
Klcgunt i is!' (completely girdled! ; with sugarcane, the : : City.fiiijirrintcntlt'iitnf&li'iolii JuliiisPotsdamer, MOMIOR ('ot" T\'.

; nml the good town.churches were scattered throughout most serious" injury is the destruction the 'iHiiiiilffliHirr of Jaa !lyrallon-Be Seth:; Lake City. / wanly/ Jn

  • seed French, .J.lncksntiVilie.SUPItEME: West.Sheriff .
    Hut the entrance from the (Sulf into Apalachicolu cane.The MV.VI; COVXTY. (jerk-Jnlmim Sitchcr. Key
    Hay wasditlicult, and the harbor white ants may be destroyed! water 1 (rot'IIT William A. McLean( Jack / / Hichard: Curry, Key "l' t.
    County Jintijc-
    '_ of (the .town itself was not good. So .St. heated sufllecntly to kill the insects without C'liiffJiiKtire-K.' )f. I Rdlldala.JII'kSallylale.: sonville.Clerk .1. .cl''or of Tiures--Walter C. Mahoney, Jr.,

    h' Joseph arose us a rival at n point on the injury to thctlfl.'tl'l\ plants. III the case of Amx'icliilK JG': t t Tallahassee. Thomas F.. Huckman Jncksouyhlle.hrrJr Key W c-t.
    orange I rees. much can be done to preventthe Vrt'cWalter, C. Maloney,
    coast some twenty-live miles west. It had n ... Uriah Howden, Jacksonville.Axtrnwr Collector of
    ' : I good harbor, and the entrance to its bay attacks of these In"('(''(". My experience jes'rirrlr.lu.4 I'C-J:. 11. Van Vulkcnburg, (f T convinces that it is those trees about the Harris
    me V.
    was safe and easy. A railroad was built from Jacksonville. sonville. of Schools-J. KryWest.

    : Tola, on the Apalachicola river, to St. Joseph crown of whose roots the soil has been t'lerk-il.: H. Foster, Tallahassee. Collector ( f /c"I"lI/r-III'nrr A. T/Kngle, .
    limped (that are most liable to become infested. !
    and the river trade concentrated at NASSAU!: COL'NTY.
    CIIMTIT jri'OKH.Firtt : Jacksonville.Xiijirrinlcnilrnt.
    It follows that should be takento
    , ; Jola, and the ocean trulnc at St. Joseph remove such soil immediately care alter each I Uticitlt-Augustus Maxwell: Pen- f Hcliool*Albert J. lius- Coanty.hulyc-Minton J. Baker, Fernan
    The ton of Apalachicola was: almost:, de sell Jacksonville.:
    1 cultivation of the grove, leaving the crown ; .
    sorted St. Joseph: arose: upon\ the ruins oft of the roots exposed.( It I is also important Circuit; -David Walker, Tallahas HAMILTON BOUNTY. dina.jtcrk-V. W. Maxwell, Fernandina.Sheriff .

    its commerce. Hilt the railroads across the to remove all old wood, especially pine, from see. ,1. Stewart, Jasper. Peter Cone, Fernandina.

    1 country from the Mississippi i: to the Atlantic near the trees, as such wood is f liable to become Third ('ireiil1..1.1'unimhldison. Comity Clerk Hubert halyr-Ilcury: Stewart: Jasper.: Affc'tfor; of Tn.re. -"'111. 1 L Garland, Fer
    took the )business of St.;
    gradually away : infested and the white ants to spread Fourth Circitil-K.: Archibald, Jacksonville. ) Duncan, Jasper.Atursxnr nandina.
    r Joseph, as they have taken business'" from from it to the I trees. 'lrriJfJantesl. T. Collector of. JCI'CIII/I'-'arrl'tI/ F. :Scott; Fer
    orange of TUM*-J. Coopl'rncrum
    Mobile and New Orleans until there
    : was Crcl/il-.Tallu'j IL. Iaw) kius: Gaines: nandina.
    Fifth : I"'CII'IC-.J.. P. Goodhrcud\ .
    nothing left of it. Finally, when the yellowfe'ef TWO NEW MUASITKS ON OKVNUK INSISTS.: vial('. ONlrtuIIf SujH'rintentlcnt/ of Schools-" .\. Mahoney,
    111'11 ton, Columbia County.
    f raged throughout the South some years Mjrtli Circuit U. L. Mitchell Callahan. t
    The leaves of the terminal twigs: of orange\ Tampa.tfrccnth Nujterinlfiiilcnt of Scion/s-Jushtnt H. Hob-
    i, y !since, St. Joseph was visited by this scourge' trees infested C'rlilArdl'r Cocke, :Sanord.: on.VNOI: COUNTY.
    business are frequently especially in erts, Ancrum.
    and! nearly With its
    the spring, by numerous dark-green plant adve-lt. L. Suminerlin, Orlando.
    'i' County!
    + and nearly all its in thcirgruvcs, HERXAXIIO< COfNTY.
    gone people Court Calendar.THIKIl .
    ' lice, which do considerable injury by heckhug CaJ. 1'. Hughey, Orlando.
    ' it hud no use for railroad.. The iron on Frierson Ih'u iks-
    Count'.Jniljc-\\ L. Reid.: \
    / : Fort
    w the growth of the young shouts; At CIHCT1T.K. 8/'ri.O; |?-Thomas W. Shine,
    the road to lola was taken and sold, and

    4 I, Iola and St. Joseph were up assigned, to bats lil''l're Hock Ledge destroyed\ Fla., I in found great that numbers these! plant bIL J. Vann, Judge ; "'III. H. Taylor, State's! ville.Clerk-3. C. Law, Hrooksville.Khrriff \ ki11aville.CullrcforIIk'reoeSuit Assenxor. of Tiures-John C. Hryson, Haw,

    and owls.I Ichneumon Attorney. / 3. Mickler, Itrooksville.1.W.V.W l'o 'ntz Orlando.Suncriittrtnlent .
    small black :
    fly, a descriptionof / ,
    Apalachicola escaped yellow fever, but l'prillf/ T'r1I1- nf Tu.rr*-\\'. M. (llIrr: 1 which has not lierefofore( been ,,"hli-h'II. Taylor Monday in April. of Schools-John ,
    in 1K74 it encountered a furious hurricane,
    which leveled most of its buildings. The bred the same species from, plant-Iuce infesting Madison, all i )IOIIIalu April. Colin-tor of Ifl''IICI'L' Townsend, Fort Reid.:

    town to-day is a melancholy ruin. A feeling the cotton plant, and from the common Hamilton, 4th Monday; in April. Hrooksville.: TAYLOll COUNTY.Cnohhairc11. .
    grain plaltt-luusc! (Aphis' ni-en.v.) The /Sutvtummec,1st Monday alter 41h1011I111 N. Cox, Perry.
    j of fllIltu'lS'I'Otlll'8 over lie visitor ns he ay tiuiM-rintrnilcnt SI./tllllfs-Hr.. S. Stringer:; / .
    goes through its ftrCl.tslIHI views the desolation. specimens were referred to )[r. l.1': Cresson: in April.Columbia 1. 11nu\ ksviIIc. Sheriff=Th'omus Osteen) ; Perry.

    I argc dwellings finely finished, who prepared the following characterization 2d Monday after 4th Monday U/ak-.Tohll. Fuulker, Perry.
    of the "species: : in April.Lnllrl'ltl'. iiir.i.siiiiirtn) ; ('nr' TY. t rhooly-E.1'anu: Perry.
    which the storm left standing, are going to Sal'rl"//ltl'/ld'l/l/ / of

    i decay for want of occupants.! There are TKIOX YH n1T.\(' :I'Ks1\ Cl'CSSOU (n, .' ) : 'M Monday<< after lth Monday in County .1"lOI-If L. CrnTII: 111 pll. County Ttl'II/II'/-1>. S. :Sutton, Perry.

    not enough people in the town to fill the April. Clerk-Wm. e, Hrown, Tn: II pa. County SlIf/'e/IIII'-1/ ). N. Cox, Perry.

    houses! and \property has no value. A town Female.-1'iccntmsnrslminimughlacksumuitIi Full: 7i'fllt- MicrD./ Isaac
    which once furnished business! : for fifteen or and polished, impunetured ; mandibles and Taylor, I'd Monday in October.. of 1.rr.L. (5./ Leslie, Tampa. Perry.Attestor.

    twenty river steamers has now only two pal)pm pale ; antenna1 bruwui.lm-binck, sometimes Madison, :Monday in October. Collector of /I'I'I'IIIIC-\\. 10'. Hurts' Tampa.Ntijicrintcnttcnt of Tares Wm. II. Parker, Perry.ST. .

    mails; week. During the winter months", : more or less pale beneath, thirteen- Hamilton, 4th Monday in October.Siiwunncc '/ of tfcltool*-H. L. Crane,

    a there is some little trade in oysters with theupper jointed, the joints faintly fluted or grooved, :: M Monday after 'It Monday Tampa. JOHN'S COUNTY.:

    river country, and the coast! region the last one longest (uulthickest- ; wings hyaline in October. JKFFERSOX.: County, Julye-M. n. Cooper, St. Augustine.

    and the river; landings furnish: some oranges: iridescent: "stigma pale ; legs includingco.xac Columbia, :tid I Monday ufler.lth Monday in 0)IIII.'I.1"IUrWhiltu'r' : Monticello.Merit \ .
    ycllow isled: testaceous, t the posterior October.Ijufayette. CI.I.-Bartolo F. Oliveros: St. Augustine.Sheriff .
    article for occasional, Monticello.Clerk .
    fur shipment : {)-\\ 7.. Bail< y, \
    shipment i is f found in the bricks of the ruined pair !generally more or less: : fuscous or blackish 3d Monday after th Monday inOctober. -\\'. It. Lamar Monticello.Nujierintcmlent .\. \. Pacettl St. Augustine.Attestor .
    abdomen often brown or pale pieeous' of Tares-David L. Dunham. St.
    4 walls, which are cleaned and put on riverboats of tfehooln/ -J. II. Christie,
    for chimney i building different points with tliv first, nnd sometimes part of the second FOUUTH niKTiT.H. Monticello.County t Augustine.Collector .

    '' in the upper river country, This, with very segmentmoreor less testaceous.! Length Archibald, Judge; Samuel Y. Finley, T.CIMI"t'rA.. W, Simmons, of Tereanrr-foseplt/ !: F. Llainbia! ,

    u little export trade in lumber, is all the business .07 inch. State's Attorney.ttjirinif :\(Oil I iCl.\lo.\ St.. Augustine.
    : Apalachicola has left out of what was Jlali.-Hock ,Ledge, Fla., Selma, Ala., amiPocomoke TI'TI/t- CIINedof, llet'eurr-Juseplt, 1'lIlm'r011.- Superintendent of Schools-Thomas A. I'tcetti -

    City, Md. Parasitic upon an St. .\lIgU tilll".
    once. millions a year. St. :3d Tuesday: )[arl'h. ticello.'
    ;' St. Marks which was once the port of lI..hillll1lhtllIg. twigs of orange, an aphid on Cloy, -1th Tuesday in'March.[ .Issrssarf. TUJCC*-J. P. Ol'lllllhllmontl. SUMTEU (,Ol' TY.

    ( Tallahassee! all middle Florida, und much the cotton .plant, ami Aphis mite Fabr. Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. (,('\\10. County Judge-Henry Cassidy! Leesburg.
    Another undcscribcd of Ichneumon
    of southwestern Georgia, still has its railroadto species Maker, Tuesday:? in April.Nassau LAFAYETTE: fOVXTY. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Lecsburg.

    .Tallahassee, with three trains a week. found fly was bred (from leaf cocoons: at Hock which Ledge I : 3d Tuesday in .\prll.UII CoHHtuJiuliie/ / -\\'. J. Dixon, :New Troy.Sheriff Sheriff, S. Dyehes, Leesburg.Astcisor .

    4 The railroad from Tallahassee\ : to Savannah upon an orange va I, :3d Tttcsday'in May. ( -r. J. Johnson, New Troy of! TIIJ'cs--Jos'ph Hutchinson,
    Fla. This bpecicH is probably parasitic on
    ruined the business of St. Marks, und it has It Fall Term- ltii; j, Clerk( -Howell Hawkins, :New 'I'ray. ,. Leesburg -' A
    larvm the
    since, suffered from hurricanes, floods and 'some infesting orange was St. John's Tuesday in September. SJIC'illtClldc/ll/lfSI'WlIls-J. C. llanisey, New 1 Collector of Jercllll.Tohn W! 'D 'chc! ,
    fires:! until there is but little left of it. It is also referred to Mr. Cressoir: who character- Clay, 4th Tuesday in September.liradford Troy. Leesburg.

    not much better than a total ruin, and there it as! follows : 1st! Tuesday in October. County T.clwl/'cr-.T. J. l'aimmterNewTray. Superintendent of Schools-II. II. Duncan.

    are not .enough left of the ancient inhabitants 1'(1TYs1'111NC'1A A1.111PEi4Cresson (n. sp.) ) Maker, 2d Tuesday in October. (''OIt.rill"f RC'I'C'IIIC-Xl'wloll: Sapp, :New Lake Jrillin.
    to live on recollections\ of the distant NasSnll:3ol'l'tis(1a: )' in October
    Troy.A '
    ? past, as Virginians are said to do. 'It has Mule.-Sunguincus"' smooth and.) polished: ; Duval, :3d Tuesday! in :November.FIFTH scr or of 7rxr8-W'. W. Cottrell, New SUWAXNEE COUNTY
    and Clouts Live
    gone into a state of comatose repose like St. head black ; clypeus, mandiblcM palpi) CIIUTIT.James Troy. OWIIUw10lkhacl A. ,
    white ; antenna- long slender, black ; tegu- Oak.
    i'" Joseph Thero Apalachicolu.is another deserted village, more lao and dot before, white ; wings hyaline, lip Hawkins, Judge ; "'. A, hacker, I.EON COUNTY.County L'lak-Hohl'rt A. Reid, Live Oak.

    fact than what Goldsmith pictured subiridescent! nervurcsand I'llgnuflll'lCOllli ; Solicitor.Sjiriny .II/1111'-1I. c lei 'pey, Tallahassee. Shrri/f-Juhu R. Sessions Live Oak.
    complete ns a white tarsi[ TermSumter Sheriff-A. Museley'rltllahassee: Tares W. II. Sessions ,,-ct.
    is not the coast legs including coxae, tips) or Assessor of ,
    in fancy.This' on l'alh.iBel blackish ; Hl'I'IItHluml following segments of :: :_!,Monday: in March.: (C/ak-C.. Itryan Tallahassee.Stijicriutemlent ) born.

    but is suburb of Tallahassee Tallahassee, und abdomen with a transverse black spot) on Marion, 3d Monday III March.: of SI'/QllllJ-1 leery N. Felkel, Collector of Keeenue-Robert F. Allison 1
    In ( wui
    Air. slavery
    Soutfiern There each side at tip, and a transverse: deeply im Alachua, 1st Monday( after 4th Monday in Tallaha""' ('e. Live Oak.
    of the capitals.
    ono found gayest and refinement and evi l'Tl'I'l'lll1no! near base and apex' the lateral March. 7i'l'lllJI/rrr-.T. L. Demilly. Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones,
    were. wealth of, middle being therefore* more or less: swollen; Levy, :3d Monday: utter 4th Monday in CuN'cirll'lif, Itc'cII'c-C. C. Pearce, Tallahassee. Live Oak.
    the former opulent
    deuces. ( ,
    I .
    basal segment with a median shallow groove vor.vfeiA COUNTY.
    families\ are abundant. Tallahassee was regarded above and a short stout tubercle on each Putnam 1st: 'ruesdayafter! 1st: Monday in Assessor of Tares-ll. A. /Shine, Tallahassee.
    by many of its wealthy planters as (Stu! /.Tlldve-l-'n'll.' I.
    March.Full .
    miles side ; Yl'ntcrIowhh.whitl\ length : .
    and few
    an unwholesome locality, a Tt'I'l/t- .
    LEVY curNTV.Cbrudy.lulftr11'
    to the southeast Bel Air was founded. lere inch. {'/ak-Juhll W. Dickins, Enterprise.Sheriff : .
    Sumter: 4th in October.Marion
    1 : Monday
    w'us to be found the best society in the South, Hub.-Hock Ledgo, Fla. Found on an 1stlouday[ utter 4th ;Monday inOctober. II. Scbring, Hronson; \V. .\. 'one.' Enterprise.

    and it rcouired' good endorsement to secure orange 1I'lIf.-I'if. J 11 f.\mstockt in J\nto- Clt'rJ.. ;M. Itarco, Bronon.S'ui.1 ; Assessor of 7IJ.I.lk'njallJm Richardson: : ,
    IwlulistIII'l, I }=\\'. n. Fillllly nn. Hronson.Afneimor '
    an introduction thereto. Miss Brenner devotes Alachua, 3d Monday after lth Monday in Enterprise.tlerturuf.
    *y 1 considerubltspuce) to Hel Air in one o/ (ktohl'r.I of TaxesJ..11'illis, Hronson, ( lleeenite-John H. Jordan DoLand. -

    t, her charming sketched/ written during her HOW SOUTH VLOKIUA Silo UL/) I Levy, -Monday; after 4th Monday inNovember. Collector of 1:1'I'/llIe-.1llhll/ C. JIcGrew, .

    visit to the.ihtitc(1 States. People of culture Ill jtKVKLorrjt.We I i Hronson.SitlMintentleut. Superintendent of SI'l"'OllJ-.JUlJlI'S I r. Chandler -

    found there congenial .circles. It was resort are gratified to learn that the directorsof Putnam, :M 'rUl'sI.IIInl'r. Monday inDecember. Hronson: of S/IO"/IJ-.1 F. Shand., Enterprise.

    also, for i oliticiaiis, and ,many questions the Lake George; ami Lake Eustis Railroad I WAKUI.LA COUNTY.CountiJilje .

    bearing on the interests of the country hud : have concluded to strike out towards Lees- : SEVENTH. ::: rlKCTIT. MVDIsoN COfXTY. -".. T. Duval, 'rawfimlri\ll'\ ,

    t earnest discussion: in Hel Air. The old Whig i burg aiul not up the St. Johns: river in thin William Archer Corks, .Jlhl \.l"t.l'lair.; ('uIIII/H./,10-J. \Vilherspnoltladi\ i. S/'rijj'-W. II. Walker, Crawford ville.Clerk \ .

    f element .predominated, and that is equivuIqut direction. It is true the latter would greatlybenefit Abi-ams: State's Attorney.fyriiiri son.Shrrif -Nat. Walker, Crawfordville.Superintendent '
    in Southern II. \Villardlad'son.' .
    ( to the best element '
    saying but
    of this section
    the local interests of Schools-John L. Crawford
    p TITIIIVoluia ,
    politics\ was; in the ascendant Hut the best! others of f/rA--John. Heggs; MadisonSnnerlntenilent \
    y would result unfavorably to 1"llIalIlIIportlllll'l' Crawfordville.County \ .
    ; clement failed+ in its 'efforts to avert secession surrenders 1st: Monday in May.Hrevard. of 101//11-1':, S. Tyner,
    This movement : TreasurerW.. T. DuvaT Crawfordville.
    .:?Monday I \ in ;May.:
    and civil The rebellion ruined, Madison,
    w ur
    : the South Florida Hail road and fie Upper : .
    Orange" Monday in May.Dude (bnu17rrnsureiS: S. Smith Madison.;
    that JslIIIL home utHe ,
    & financially, every family :St. Johns river together with the [lake: .\1"11'kll '- I in June.Ftill : Collector of 1t'I''IIIIt'n.. Walker, Craw-
    :I'd? Monday \
    Air, and to-day there is but one white steamers, the cairiuge ami business: theynaturally Collector of Rercne-\I. Warring, Madison. [ fordville.Assessor.

    before nuns of the the war whole to be number found who within resided its limits.t hero represent ; and by the arrangement TtemVolusia-, 1st ;Monday III :November.Hrcvard Aeror. of'71xrsR.. D. \Vndsw'urthIad of Tares-Gen.; F. Register, (Craw.
    while the
    no one will injured m.mywill I in November.Orange fordville. "
    :! Monday
    With this solitary exception, all the houses; ison. 'Y

    colored families.Munv be greatly benefited.\ :3d Monday November. _.___ ____ _.___.___ _
    deserted! or occupied" by ----- ------ ----- -- ------ n.
    are Unlike some other regions our common
    I Dade, :.Monday[ 'in December. ,, .
    been lire some .
    have tlcstroycd by .. <
    country, we are convinced that every projectfor \ Jat' ,.
    accidentally{ ., thedevclopment of South Florida should Hiox Ir "' :-';'fol;;:!""I.'o. "" ,(
    A. .
    ti nut militate against: our natural resources! Count j' Ofllccr*. "' "" :....J'.!. "" '

    INSECTS IXJUltlOUS TO OltAXGK and appropriable advantages Our physical ,'L.I'Ul'CO(' T\ ; YW fJ ."*\"\>,m" 5 :\

    TltKKS. formation should be closely studied and util-! Olll"'YwfOI'Junlu"ll'. Gardner, Gaines; toe : 1. :< f& '"fU"'F',1 1 1L" : ;
    : .
    : .
    and s .
    :>: '
    i l'.1 that much capital to operate on ; -W
    O"U\NOE LEAF NOTCHER (rtijnu I Jl>- ? ville.Clerl. ''i.. :'>X'".
    THE ; ,
    ridfinus; HOKN.J-Order Coleoptera ; family every lake ami river into capable of such of adjustment public- '-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville.; LU /r s P3 ,_" :\[ "t 7.l1.;; ,, ::>.t" :..,

    Curculionidie ; eating jugged notched in the admitted our system ."i/'l'riff-John "'. Turner, Gainesville.Awwr ; "'X\/ ,.;.;.- : :

    olgespof the orange leaves ; a small whitish carriage.and railroads This can be should done,conform we feel assured to' the; of TII.1fll-J. \[. Dell, Gainesville.iMlector ; s': : ( \ : iA < t\- *
    our ,'
    snout-beetle, one-fourth inch in length ilf;. lt'llf/lllt'-H.i Thomas, Gaines ""

    In July, 1871)sip'cinmensofthis! \ beetle were name and essential principle by avoiding of each thl'IWsIl'C ether, !und ville.Sitfieriiitenilent\ S U >.4V> TS TH E: -O. I..'" ;\ .
    privileges CG .
    received from.U.S.. Williams, of Hock Ledge, "I1l'l'lozof needed f /1IJ1J18-0. A. Myers, c'l: : lUtd6.., PAD 1'
    stated that only appeared in by this means:: tmsuriimgthe Gainesville.\ > :.
    Fla. He they ,
    E= ; J S
    such of ol'l..1tlonIs
    least TRADE
    n1nls.1 a system | F
    u limited portion of his grove, but that in BVKER OOl'XTY.County JS j" 0 '"
    demanded. until there is more business for CJCritE .
    this on locality they were very abundant these roads and our resources have assumed: Jiulije-Jno. H. HerndonSanderson.
    lIe said ho had killed hundreds, and yetI substantial and permanent character ('/" --F.J. funs, Sanderson. CURES BY ABSORPTION (NATUEE'H WAY)
    a more 1'UIt
    I every .morning about so many were at work.I it is Shtri/J. C. Williams. Sanderson. IL.tCK..tCIIF ',---IJ' .- -
    if indulged now as
    Competition, diseases of
    visiteli'Mr,11'illiauns' place in the springof l .1I.t'ulJ1' of 7'Jf61O.. Hogerson, San the Kidneys, Bladder IU\ n ,\
    result disastrouslyand
    1380, and at that time the beetles were in older fatally\ region to our, might most vital interests, and derson amid Urinary Organs, by wearing theIMPROVED ALL T I RO.iT D tie 111111,

    still at work, and had spread but little from with the Colltctor of Revenue-Hit-hard Kennedy,
    that should not undertaken except : EXCELSIORjf: : -ft$, 13rruthing Troiiblos.
    4' the original spot. Experimentsshowed: Darbyville.Sujxrintemltnt\ .
    utmost, caution,-South Florida Citizen. .
    they drop readily! whenever the tree is of School*-" Hampton, PAL -
    jarred, and hence they may be easily caught Olustee. It DRIVIvS: INTO the system curative

    sheets and destroyed, as is done with (;ENI:R.tI, niiiEcroitY. BRIDFORD COrSTY.COHU agents and healing medicines.
    upon It is MARVEL of
    a anti RE
    It DRAWS: FROM I the
    'ulio. tliH'a\<'tll'arts the- ,
    the common plum cur -
    J.141yt'-J. H. Hichurd, Providence.ClerkIlenry J.UFIIUIPU:. SEXSIHLE: DIHECT, poisons that cause death. .
    "Wooi Last-Termer(
    WHITE ANTS OR > F. York, lake llutler. PAIXL1:>'!S and POWEHFUL.
    Visited Stales om..t'rl'i.L.SIt It CUHErfwhere : Thousands
    to its
    famlh''terrnltil testify virtues
    faviju, Kohler) : neuroptera ; ..
    t'rj.ff-W. W, Tumblin. all else fails; A HEVELATION: and
    l' ; girdling the bark of orngetrees OFFICE u.A1RIVILLE.RrlsrrL. : ."'tUtlr of 7IJI-\ J. McKlnnejv Lake HKVOLUT10N: in :\[l'llicinl'hsorl'tion I YOU CAN HE RELIEVED AND CURED.
    and guava bushes near the surface of the A. llarnes, Gainesville.
    Hut lor. or direct medication as opposed to unsatisfactory
    ground, or eating out the interior of sugar. J:1'Ce/l.tr-Juhn F. Holliii\ (laitl(>,.;\iUl'. ('ullc'cltJr.If AVrrwi*Alfred P. Cone, Lake internal inetlicines. Send for our Don't despair' until yon have tried this sensible.

    cane and other plants ; numerous small Surreyor'CSenend. D. Hall, Tallahassee.WSTKICT l Batt her. treatise on Kjdney troubles sent free. Sold easily applied and RADICALLY EF.:
    white insects! resembling ants in form and twriT. l of bv ; : or sent by on receipt of Sold
    bv Druggists: or sent by mail
    / ) on re
    Starke. nOLL.IH.tltlres"i
    size.These insects: which common through Jiulje-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville.JlrrsFUIZJ. \ BRE1ARD prtee11Vt : ('Chit of price; TWO DOLLAR, bv
    H. Durkee Jacksonville.\ 'Ol'TY.Om THE "OxLY" Lrxo PAD Co.
    territory from Massachusetts to Florida TiiE"OxiY" Lrxu PAD {'o.
    outpour ,
    usually found 'living in .communities Ut-l'hlljl' Walter, Jacksonville.INTEUNAL \ /,'!! Jul je-\. .. \Vliitluek. City Point. Williams Block, Williams Block

    are sticks and fctumps. 1)eeay'iugtine UEYEM'C. (V,ri-.\. A. Stewart, Titu logs Mich.
    ia liable to be attackedby of Tiuet-J. D. :Stewart: Titu! ville.tUtfctorof \ .fi't' This is the original and genuine Kidney i5r l'l."l.fur ,
    wood is especially Nt'clurl'UIII" Kagan: Jacksonville.fOLLtXTORS testimonials and our book
    thenJUlt'tllUeiJ they are very destructive !:1>""fH.el)1.1'latt, lake Jifcup. *. Pad. Ask for it and take no other. (1HS Three Millions( a Year." Sent free. 04. ,

    to wooden l structures us houses: bridgesmid or U' TOM: *. Orange- Cuuuty.SSirlwruttrudrut - j -- -,_-. .._-, --JTUL_ _,_
    and especially to such parts us John W. Iluwe'll,1'ermamti; ii. of School_Alexander Tin- UHSCHIUE: : TO THE MIHHOH. $PEU: PRINTING, in and
    fences, JOn every style at
    are near the ground. l:(lwa Hopkins' ', Jacksonville. dall, Lake View. annum ; $1 for six months. lowest rates, at the MIBKOR office.IL .



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    Itonl itnte.roit : ..tGllIClTI.l'lll.I 1.. pen of Dr. Davis t that I (,olllldf'r'cry vahi*

    1S80. 1QO1.FLORIDA --- t able) and which should be in the hands ofevery "J "

    beginner in culture. Hut whilethere
    orange ..
    S.\ 1,1t OVKDK.V A
    OKXVMKXT" lady
    correspondent is much that i is
    true and valuable, I I :
    the Jtirmcr that
    of Indiana tells us
    hope my friend, the doctor, will not take it j
    in many places in the (country !scarcely! alowergarden I
    if ;
    amiss: I state here !some points to which
    + _._ ( or front yard is now sccuwithout objections might 1 be taken First: t, select dry fi
    :-- ----:: !
    rustic in whichto :
    t one or two vases land, that I is, where water in tlll''OIII is
    THE neverhearer :
    I A msntAiiM: : IIOTIIMSituated : I grow plants. While many persons than three feet of the 'Iurfll'C'--Orcli' ;
    :; cannot atl'ord the more costly and elegant ''I'
    ones, e'ffill'llI'r'4! wife and daughter narily, and not more than l fifteen feet from it ;
    ----- : then water ""fll it!('diol1 In Florida freezing
    the aid of hu4mnd
    van, by or brother ,
    weather I is accidental nlwaysi I In order to t'
    possess! : prl'ttructie vacs and baskets that have the trees frozen or the fruit it
    spoiled, 11
    directly on the Railroad: will, when tilled with suitable plant' richly is necessary: that the wind should I blow\ west! S I

    rl'puIIlIla or upon them. SoInethncswlieugetttig of north. Any wind east of north etirtlesLill' I "
    wood for winter use: the farmer may .
    water, and wind of three weeks ap
    sea a
    IN ON1O1': THE ..
    find something/ ju t the thing to use as a duration from that direction never reduces' ,
    standard for of these rustic
    vases. the below lilty degrees. The !
    MIRROR temperature e
    ,;- HEALTHIEST: PARTS OF FLORIDA. has one formed of an oak stumpabout a foot northwest winds, mi the contrary, come I
    in diameter! which certain
    at from
    a ( : from the perpetual snows and ice of theRocky
    the ground. branches out with three arms
    Mountain, and it don't take long toget
    1'or particulars address or legs When they are sawed olF in thtproper t
    of wind
    up a freeze. Any change or if
    place, the stump was, inverted, andas
    the wind stops: makes warmer weather. So
    1'I.Omn.Jmn[} ( ,
    it stands in the garden it reminds her of
    t there are two da\I1'es-nllc: of having n"freeze. :
    53-tf Fcnundiiia Fla.
    her grandmother's! ltggd \light stand
    I thank doctor, for :
    you your ,
    Upon this standard was placed bushel box, j
    wise ,
    timely and : remarks regard to forest :
    Tin': ri.oitiDAr such as farnH'tlC to take their fruit to protection.; Those of us who don't regard j
    market.! It is about nineteen inches long by
    advice now will certainly be 'incoming
    your sorry
    inches and is covered
    eight deep, with rustic
    I have known trees that
    AND AND IMMHJHAT10N l'OIl'\'Y ) ('U11l.
    -----S.T-E'A.lV.I.- ornaments, such as strips of wood with the
    have borne one hundred dollars worth oforalljl'
    -- bark left on, IInile'lll1l'on the box to hide it,
    at entirely destroyed l by
    OFFERS:; ill any fanciful shape.\ They may be cuthilli ;' winds, except 1'rop, the roots! which will in a few ,i''ftFAHMKItS'
    'rent lengths sn ullo form points at the
    make a new to The damage done
    years j.
    bottom. Several holes may be bored in the I'
    ..tcrerOf by wind by the oranges being"Ihurnd"
    UOO.OOO bottom of the box tol'I'III'l' drainage, with a every year limbs
    or blown oil, or being
    few of charcoal lti.111I t the box before
    pieces :
    t the mostACCESS111LE broken! is: very great, and will increase! as
    In the earth. I'sogood soil and mixin
    putting I the country t becomes cleared, more and more.
    little sand leaf mold and wellrottedmanure. I
    L : \ : AND In:: m.\HU: : )Iolll' '-wort i is nice to plant The points' most necessary! to have timberprotection
    are the northeast and southwest.We .
    around the edge of the box, and so is the
    have gales few from the
    : every years
    IX TIIK:
    W5 \ //u Ol'rlllan'Y., as it grows luxuriantly and northeast and the (11111'wllllll'llll'l' very !severeat
    drapes\ prettily Sometimes she plants a tall
    5 STATE: OF FLORIDA, crimson Draceiia: in the centre t sometimes i a times.As ,
    \ mulch :
    , | to mulching) a light around the1)c'lysettreesdurhtghit
    tall variegated leaved I aunt ilon or a large:
    : I dry, hot, weather 1
    At only $1.11. per acre to new settlers, with surrounded lower
    geranium by gorwingplants.
    8 iu the !spring is good, but it !should b i iIII \ very
    1) the privilege of selection in parcels of 10aeres : fines Variegata I is hC'l\utifullllr gar- moved !ltlolIlI" sutllcicnt rains have fallento

    or more. These lands are 11)cattal' on din baskets: or vases, to droop over t the edges, make it no longer lH'l'lll'.I'IIIl'!' when )
    and I a few plants of l'olcul'l11111 I tricolor
    and adjacent to the line of the geranium you set your trees, but don't give them anymore ,i :
    always are pretty for the centres.She unless the leaves ('lIrlllIrln the day

    III I pj pji' + w ATLANTIC, UTLF AND WEST INDIA finds: petunia The scarlet are also'very bush nasturtium good for thispurpose. isery and don't uncurl lit night; ; then give thetaplenty
    of water, so that no more will ever
    o TRANSIT::; COTS: 1 R:. It., \" ,pretty for baskets or vases.: Thevshould do needed.Iti.sa\ ,
    be watered I MobileKtgistcr. /
    every evening., -
    \\'(known\ fact that budding and
    cfc extending from FERNANDIXA) on the Atlantic grafting will cause any fruit tree to bear

    to CEDAR KEY, on the half coast, How TO 1i.,N.uII. CI'TTIN(1y.-In selecting a I !sooner but this fruit is always: obtained at :

    8H thus affording to the producer cheap, constant cutting says the Flora 'nlii'nct a great deal I the expense (vigorous growth\ large size i

    and rapid transportation: to the best depends upon judicious choice; if the slip and long life. I never yet saw an orange l
    is too young ami full ofj'rcsh sap, it will fade tn*' that would not bear us: soon as it bad

    markets. away from too much evaporation ; if it is room and the carrying capacity to have lion( Jj (

    The belt of country traversed: hy the Transit too old. -hard and woody-it will take a to 1,000( ) orall (':'I. I have a t tree ten year I'

    11. II. embraces ,great while to strike! root. from seed that now has nearly 1KM) oranges
    You must take a cutting that is perfectly on ; and one of nine, years which is estimated

    IVF.RV'AIU1: f1 OF SOILto ripl'lwlan'l i is from vigorous shoot, yet a to have 4O'hero) is no use in being r
    little hardened at the base.It iu too much of a hurry ; give a tree good cultivation +

    be found in the State, a large proportion is also essential to have a bud or joint and plenty of tho right kind of
    at or near the end of the cutting, as all roots 1Il/lIIl1re. and it will bear ns soon! us: large i ,
    being peculiarly adapted to the culture ofSKMITKOPICAI. strike from it, and the nearer it is: to the enough to bear 500 to 1,000 oranges at ten s

    l : Fut'irs and arly'gl'tahll': base the greater your chance of success. to twelve years, and the oranges will be

    and The Large, OIIllJftrt"rI't'S of Timber Plant your cutting in common red }pots, large and 'lino llavored istbetring rather pity
    ==BOOK ANDJOB == make these lands worthy of CA11KFUL EXAJHXATWX filled half full of rich 10111IlId two inches the man who talks of / trees wneii 1
    of sand on top ; wet this thoroughly, and he l'lIlhnrdlv ill\ market basket from a
    hy manufacturers of LI-MUKK put the cuttings close around the edge of the whole row. Friend 1'. has the! largest number !

    AND NAVAL STOKKH.NEW. pot} for if the bud or joint C'01l1l11I contact of budded trees In this section. They i '

    with the surface of the .pot itsccms to strike were set out about twelve years ago. They

    : SETTLERS:!:: root more quickly. Pull oil'I\ he lower leaves have borne three or four years, but the largest 1 I i '

    before you i plant the cutting. Press the wet crop so far from one tree is not over six .

    Purchasing! land from this company are furnished sand tightly about the tiny stem, for great hundred, and not very largo ones lit that.

    with entire fire on the Transit deal of your success in raising the cutting As to fctces,150 never expect to get clear of
    depends upon} the close olltne't of the sand the job of keeping any kind of cattle out of
    Railroad for family and i personal effectsto with the stem. Wh1tho cuttings are (Irm our enclosures! : but we hope that in some '

    PRINTING HOUSE the station nearest' the land purchased., ly planted, cover them with a gloss! shade if sections severe and just law willIe\, enacted\ t

    TITLE: COMPLETE:,*"being derived by i }possible it will greatly promote growthof to keep hogs in some other :State; or In tightpens. A
    the plant. ll'Iof sense' mutually;re that
    grant from the United States and purchase Moisture: light I\IIII1H'lIt, are the three essentials they are equally nuisance to their owners

    from the :State of Florida. to plant life-without them no cutting us well\ as everybody else. Why will not

    will start. some mechanic give uaa little contrivancefor

    CORRESPONDENTSOLICITED.) : !: Shade two or three days from the sunlight gatheringoruhgcs: ? Wo want something
    but don't let the wind become dry ; that will enable us to seize t the orange, and

    then give all the sun you can obtain, keep cut the stem\ oil' close to tho fruit with one
    Descriptive( MAI-H and nucTLAiis mailed on up a good supply of moisture, and you can hand while the other Is. used supporting

    Beech Street Opposite Egmont Hotel application. hardly fail to rout most! of your cuttings. tho weight on tho ladder or tree
    Another good way to start cuttings:( is to M. CulssaI: :O. I

    ('HAS.:: W. LEWIS plant: them! in a (Mower pit, such us: are! used '. l

    ]and Commissioner.Olllcc in Hie! lower MHIIII to Keep} (lowers over winder JtAUailTKllS.Hero .

    cor. Beach and Seventh Sts.t It is better, where one is going to start

    10-tf in a }pit, not to use pots} or boxes: at all,as the is a fact which may Interest tho
    plants do better planted in a little light soil! Young girls who live in farm houses The

    Tin: 'IOnIU\ on the ground in the bottom of the pit. The )l AIld(1111'nl Mall tnxrtte Bays : England 1

    moisture in the pit is always about right for J l'IIl110 longer furnish her own butter. The 1

    the plants, which should be planted on tho cheaper kinds come from America for

    rpOWN IMPROVEMENT: COMPANY.lYriiiindiiiu shady side in warm hl'r.-Jf"b'lr. Hrrfiftir. Americans, C''l'lwith their rich pastures

    FERNANDINA FLORIDA and improved stock of cows, cannot make (,
    the best grade. The high-priced grades come +
    TUB : of home in the
    Fw.--Ivery owner a
    to Southampton (from Normandy and llrittuny. -
    South should plant a /few hg trees for the i And why is good butter not made in *
    of the table with this delicious fruit.It
    : Hecuuse the maid with
    England ? dairy ,
    Towns Oil II. It. Line, will grow on any land not overflowing,
    her pull 11'111 thing of and the past
    poetry r
    and while it and
    to rlcuretu1'Jl
    responds care gives
    llecuuso farmer's wives and daughters now
    And Cedar Key.
    !'! for cultivation and sustenance! it
    think dairy work a dcgrcdution.
    will endure neglect and starvation to U surprising TheIII'Ie proceeds/ state the enormous

    degree. Cuttings put in moist ground I income which dairy farming, carried on by
    or supplied with moisture until! well rooted '
    women bus brought to France; duugh
    Offer) to Lessees and 1 Purchasers! a !large will yield fruit the ,Increusing con. ter of a dairy farmer often received a dowerof !
    tinue to produce annually, crops IJO.OOO on 'her wedding day.' Much of it
    number of the and desirable to the and cultivation he-
    nut: eligible: in proportion care
    is work andmanagement.
    the product of 'her own skill
    ItoWl"J.'hl'lIl'lIridll'll with from
    Lots suitable for Hu:-incsrt: Purjwises, or for manure .
    the stable hennery and liberally supplied
    Having aaaeil XK1V TYI: .AXI :XKW lItr.KNI.M: to our oillce, ami haying with from the suds We might go on with the inquiry. Why .
    City or Suburban Residences i :: slops kitchen soap} or cannot Americans make the beat butter? .I'i;

    any liquid fertilizing it puts on an astonish Hecuuse the business: has gone out of the -,
    :SKILLED WORKMEN who know how to ti:>e the same we are nowprepared lug growth. We have seen shoots from the 'bunds of the farmer's wife and daughter,

    r UPON EASY: TERMS.: roots attain two inches in diameter and eight and 'Is dOllcly! IIIlIdl lll'ry. Near Philadelphia t

    to tlo any and every kind of printing feet in height the same season. There are on the rich hill farms, there are a few
    several sorts grown in this vicinity of which' old (Quaker dames and their daughters, who

    Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to we 'have noticed the small dark brown cluster are not ashamed I of thin old-time craft,
    or :Smyrna, the earliest and best fur the
    of butter
    /parties! engaged in manufacturing or industrial table ; the light brown a little larger and wruppevl whose| (yellow in ,cool fragrant leaven lots j and packed In,

    enterprises, who' will erect on the proj- more solid ; the yellow or green, larger and tubs delicately clean, are known all over the
    better for pickles UI\lll'fl'lCrvlug j the black,
    and command dollar
    country, one or one r ;
    erty purchased substantial improvements about the size of turkey eggs, and the largopurple dollar and u half\ leer j pound in any city mar '
    which attains the size of tea
    for residence, or in which to conduct: their } CUll ket.
    The fruit commences jailing In May and
    FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD business. f June and continues to furnish daily HUI -
    plies fur six weeks and under favorable dr.cUUJoitum'l'lf (IHAlXTllAltK Ot'TUK VXITLitSTATES.

    through the entire summer un

    : by exemption for a term of years from til cold approaches. The roots are soft and We are indebted to Mr. Jos. Nlmmo, Chief
    and the tmrface that the
    springy! lay ho near
    taxation, ottered by the several cities and blow will disturb them, requiring cultivation of the Jmreau of Statistics, fur the utatetnent -
    of grain orts to .uvehtbcrfruut
    exj> up
    with the hoe and cultivator.
    towns.:: Apply t"i10tUcc Heavy all United States ports. The October Hhlp-
    mulching is U great wlvantugc.-Sl. Juhnt
    ; cor. Heach it 7th sts., Fernandina. menU from New Orleans were valued at r + ;
    16-tf WetUy.PROPAOTI 1014,701), against $872.$53 last year. It will 1 :abe

    : O 'n'uHI.u.-The following observed the total has averaged $1,000,000
    : .AM and aw Cheap aN any Ofllee lu Florida. ---
    Neatly, method of raising young 4antbouchtllagb per month :
    '" .. Undertaking.n.
    .. .' \' by cottagers: in the west Total Value for Ten
    -- England
    of : "In the autumn after the frost
    Month October.
    .. M. IIIM: >IU: O\, ending
    J.-, ei has destroyed the foliage! the wood of thetrt'folt'nt Custom District\ 1880. 1879.J.
    ( season is cut o If close\ to the ground, .
    New York. $114.(537,00l $
    ,. and laid like a sheaf of corn in a trench afoot tt,7lM,27l
    Itor ton :
    ; 13,313.452 10,0)1,528
    deep. The bundle U covered with a '

    .. few inches of soil, and here it remain until Philadelphia., 2'l.WU,1 2'\.SJO,24
    42U'll.3H9 43,320,881
    when multitude of fchoots
    spring, a
    young '
    New :
    Orleans 10,3.VJ,13y 4.253,877
    be ,wii pushing' their through' '
    may way
    San Francisco .
    The soil I b then carefully moved, and with a 13.n8.1: 17,800,011)

    sharp knife a cut is made each aide of a joint UulTalo Creek. 20,574 17* J',

    ::ThU and the' result is planttl enough for Chicago, 3,502,704 2.039,207(
    ( Detroit
    the parish. The old stood thrown up more 1,417,024 1Q1".3O'JOItIVt'ttton

    vigorously than before, to be served in the 2,913 2.07C

    ..i:xr -m't ;(nd your order: for HUNTING, HINDINO and. KULIXO to offices out. x: It .: It 'I'.\ K I': n same way the following: autumn. Vick'i Huron Key West, Ifl82,50 333,41:: : 444 233.C64,i1

    "ide the Statl'. Order. for either will receive prompt attention from w. Address FIFTH ST.. "Jm \SJHs.'LA.. J.ta'j" r1)e. Miami, .,. 4.501,003 3, 77,97h
    J.Oltt.tW 1. ;30,307
    ROUES. METALLIC CASES; TIll CVLTUKK MAXAOKUKXTOF New Haven, 50.3J: !).: r.c '35.187

    ;. "" '1,' I.\ In.\.. Mimioit, BURIAL)": COFFINS! : AND CASKETS.Telegraphic : : oiiAxat: anovKS.In Richmond, 1..5IiUu3. ".I' 887,27: \ 1

    'of orders lrulllltl1'-ttendt..1 l U the Sun and I'rett of October 2Ut U an \ 4. .

    JeW ; FtK U"turz+, "'1.\. 37-3m article on the culture of orange, from the Total t, J 2iI33.1Ui0IU8,1105$41: : :


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    R1FLECT11ONS.a familiar with
    the records tJl o of the Fire at Jtaldtcln. 1880. THIRD VOLUME 1881. l.ro''i' Cards
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    -- --- -- ,- oillc-c by )" The Duval House at Baldwin was burnedon !
    1.00 A YEAR} yQ/O0 FOil SIX .MONTHS: We have heard all our county'ftflkials. well Thursday morning. It was a new hotel, -TJm'Florida Hr. AICTIIUIC C. I'OKD,

    spoken of M capable ami efficient men in erected on the site of a hotel burned last ESTIST: ,

    CorresporAtlence. their respective departments.The year Loss, $3,000( ; partially insured. Mirror. D
    The :MtimoR( desires to reflect the interestsof ----.- .--- --- -- --- Fourth St., bet. Centre and Alachua.4Stf ,

    the whole State niul will publish with 1'gtnont IttSHCnuer List. An Eight-Page Weekly devoted to

    pleasure communications) from the interior. The Egmonthotel was opened to the traveling Per steamship City of flallis from Now THE INTERESTS of the STATE. __: !:_ FERNANDINA, i'I.U. ..\.

    There arc many valuable experiments being } public on the 1st Instant The house! York, December 1 : Mr and Mrs: Clark and .". n. C. 1)(1n.\1:, )
    carried on, the results of which would be of has. been put in perfect order and )presents:! a .IissEIilidnall\irIIlmmnetheau! : ,
    1 K
    Hall, Mrs ,10 Stacey Thomas Mould, Goo GI! :(). It. IMIKIIAMCS. Ildttor.riMx .
    'great value to others,'and information of the charming picture of comfort. The beautiful Hulst Mrs: V1: Clmdwick, 1' W Meyers! .1 p ENERAL: COMMISSION: MERCHANT.CEXTKK .

    growth and progress of the newly fettled park In front of the house, with its deep green C Meyers, J Ilillsfor, II Clancy M King $'::.01) nn AXXVM. R. It. DEPOT
    portion are matters of general interest. foliage of the orange and lemon, the waving and wife Miss McIntyre: (I M: Hufer, )(rsChns ST., xnvu: ,

    THE friends of Mr. Fuller of Altumonte }palms and the play of the fountains in the Fraser' Urock Miss and[:Newton child!, Jamc", Mr and Pillow Mrs, J J O O r lltl:: MIRROR has, !since its! establishment 1'KRNANDINA, FLA.

    basins, give a pleasant idea of the tropical Merrill, ,T II Kh.1anl, H Holland, and child l endeavored to furnish its readers
    i I Orange county, who lost his life last week by foliage, while the green close-clipped! sward Mrs r M Harmon: Maynard( Smith, W lit with a journal devoted to the welfare of the Hay, Corn, Oals.A. .
    ( falling into the hold of the Western Texas, and beautiful flower garden filled with Woodcock. F Simpson, P Hurk Geo How- State reflecting all its various interests and --- ---------------
    arrived here on Monday and removed his land, H Kochler Mrs I Hannah( )1landvcl Strs localities, as well as our own. giving Inch w. cocKnnLL, Jxo.: T. WAI.KEK
    blooming roses and exotics make it difficult Catherine Koss, Chas Schavcll, and 27 steer general news and information as the times WALTER R. YATKS. t
    remains to his former home in Orange to conceive: that it is December and that age. afforded, discussing public questions fairly -

    county. thirty-six hours travel will bring the visitor -- -- --.- -- and has! Bought; moreover, to become un YATES: ,
    -- Lint Letters acceptable itJr as a family and literary COCKItELi.VALhiiL
    ON Tuesday last the German bark LUicrtas from the deep snows and solid ice fields of blemNlics of ,
    Remaining in the lost-Oll1ceatFernandina, paper, free from lIIanof. (Cot'KRELl.VALKEli, Jnl'kso1ljJ11101'IU's (,)
    t) Captain Hermann, was cleared by Mr. 'Vm. the North to the perpetual and mild summer Nassau modern journalism.In .
    county, (
    Lawtey for Quocnstown for orders, with the climate of Florida. entering upon our third year, we further .\ and Counsellors'
    ---.---- -, calling for these letters must say advertised desire: to establish: a department in
    following cargo : 104,000 feet pitch pine, The Cattle XulHallcc. which we ourselves,and we think the public,

    1,400 cubic feet of cedar, 220 barrels spirits of Our city council has the to abate or Alberts', Mariab Johnson, Silver will take great interest-the history: of our FERNANDINA} FLA.Odicc .
    turpentine, and 878 barrels rosin. Value of power Davis, Georgic V Meadows, Julia A State. On the 2.;th of the )present month we I
    at least control the wandering of cattle at Downing Charles/ Smith Amy shalll'OIllIllCIU'e a reprint in our columns! of adjoining Clerk of the Circuit Court.
    cargo, $10,540."r will in our streets injuring shrubberies one of the mast valuable early: works on
    ''"' **" Fanner, John Turner' Chas L
    TUE Russian bark Unto, Captain llerlin, pushing open gates and destroying valuable Hoggans: Hannah Welle, Isabella! Florida published in 17t', in London, of WALTKK It. YATIK, Notary Public. (14 4t
    .un.. T. lilul'ELL,1'. Jt.( which the! following/ is the title page: --- -- ------. -
    arrived on Monday from Liverpool, forty- plants making the sidewalks dirty and un ,
    seven days, consigned to Mr. W. Lawtey.The tidy. In all civilized communities it is necessary --- -- AN ACCOUNT OF o. s. OAKIS,
    The "feather.LtWAL .
    .Ufko brought 2,180 lacks of Liverpoolsalt. to give up some privileges for the EAS'I' 1'LOItll.t p ONTRACTOR AND HUILDER,

    common good. The restraint upon' the ODSEKVATJONS.FERNANMNA. : WITH AJournal

    I Also the British bark Raventcliffc, Captain roaming of cattle upon the streets may inconvenience : : ., FLA., December 3, 1880. .V.VXtTACTOlKSMOULDINGS :

    Hughes, arrived from St. Vincent, C. V., on a few, but will benefit the 187U. -118S0.- : HKACKETS, SAWED AND t

    Monday night, thirty days, consigned to Mr. many The city council has this power, ::; .'.". --::; KEPT BY TURNED HA LUSTERS, NEWELS,

    t Win. Lawtey, to load for the United King and should exercise it to control the matter, --1------1-' r-I-I I JOHN HARTKAM OK I'JI1L.II'I.I'HlA.HotnnJ..t STAlll HAILS WOOD EAVES-:
    dom. .. TllOt'OIlJUTlI: ] 1 1 NO,
    and by ordinance, if none now exists, pro to His Majesty WEATIIEHHOARDJNOAxn: : -
    vide that all horses, cattle and hogs found at Saturday 2ioiif ..f4 4 Fogg for the Floridas; FLOORING.
    ONE; of our Levy.county friends, seeinginIL Sunday 28 W lH iiI in( Fnir. .
    a recent paper that General LeDuc, Commissioner large in the streets shall be placed in a suitable Monday 29 [ ) ii3 no i8 I"ulr. I'PON:

    of Agriculture, had notified Senator public pound, to be released only on Tuesday JO 52 (H It 68 fuggy.Vehnesday A Journey from St. Augustineup / Stair. and C'lmreli: Work

    r- Call that seeds, plants, etc., for his constitu- i payment of the penalty. Good citizens!! will the River St. Job mis. A SPECIALTY

    ency were awaiting his disposal, said, "I cheerfully assent to measures for the public \ 9. 52 72 G2 82 Fair. LONDON-) :
    mean to get Colonel Call to send me two good. ---_.._----....- Thursday, ,2 m IiR I 62fd) CIOIlI1FI'il:1 \'. Sold I by W. NICOLL, No. fll, :St. Paul's DOORS AND OF ALL SIZES.:
    3 GO( 6656(11 Glowl,'.
    ti bushels of self-raising wheat for seed,as self- The Florldallapttst State Convention. \=..,..=:- -_ -==-:.= ." -_:-_----=::::2=:_ Church-Yard, and WOODKALL., l'Oi'lt Ofllcc/ Box 174. '
    raising flour is nice' and cheaper than com Charin -('roi'l jan Fernandina, Via.JAMES .
    This body will meet with the
    ; Baptist M.111IXE. [Price 4 Shillings.\ ]
    Hour. This is
    mon paraileltoIIoraceGreelcy's Church at Madison, on Friday, December 1 iH( ."). McGIFFIN

    reply to a farmer as to the best'klnd of 10th, 1880, and will continue to and Includethe tort Fcrnamltna.. ,
    This work was written 11'W.. STORK, M.
    A N I) II UI L D E R
    broom-corn ,
    to of the Tribune
    plant. TIle
    sage following Sabbath. Arrangements have hull! WATKK. I)., to call attention to the advantages afforded CONTRACTOR

    answered the strijicd-haiuUcd kind, as been perfected with the Savannah Florida & Saturday, Dec. 4...... 0:44A.: ;M. 10.0: !) I'. M. by Florida, and to promote the settlement Alachua between Second and Third
    of the It treats of all the ,
    those brooms commanded the best country.
    usually ; .Sunday, : 11):5i":
    Western the )
    Atlantic Gulf( it West India
    natural of Florida and its
    prices in the market. Monday, II 11..110":: 11:47:: productions capabilities. FERNANDINA, FLA.
    Transit, and the Florida Central Railroads, Tuesday, 7.- 0:13: It will be published in full in :successive -
    numbers of the volume of Orders and estimates from a distance carefully "
    the the current
    whereby delegates attending convention Wednesday, 50:4.5: 1:11": \
    The Jlarlc Mentor.
    will be passed for half fare over Thursday, 11...... 1:43II: : 2.00: ) II THE: MIRROR, irrhitiiii it literatim, with attended too. :25-tf
    This vessel, which was cleared by )Ir. "Viii.m notes by the Etlitor.Our .
    Friday, 10...... 2:1U": ::1:02": ---- ------- --
    Lawtey, arrived at Juccnstown on November those lines ; it is probable the same arrangements readers will be able in this way to Fertilizer

    m 24th. will be made with the Jacksonville EXTEUED.Nov. : obtain this rare and valuable work, of which).

    # Pensacola & Mobile Railroad, and with some 29) -Seh. Gettysburg, Norberry General Sanford was: able to find only I this J. X. ItOHSOX A SOX,
    in all
    one England.
    The Rush of Travel. of the steamers on the St. Johns river. Charleston.Dee. Early copy to THE MIRROR !

    1, The Florida had nearly one hundred passengers Those ministers or delegates designing to York.. 1-H S City of Dallas, Risk, New should be subscriptions sent in, in order to enable the Commission 3IercliaiitH, i I .

    'on Wednesday, on her trip from Savannah attend the convention will please address a Publishers to determine the number copiesof _
    Louise Meinke
    Dec. 1 Ger
    -Hrig Mary ( ), the required.Subscriptions *
    and tfio Dallas sixty-nine. letter card to Savannah. paper
    or postal us early as possible
    be made )Jr.
    can : through
    The Cumberland route is well patronizedby Pea 1-Sch. Five Brothers, HUII all, Perth CHARLESTON, S. C.,
    that effect( to either one of the following Tel fair Stockton, at Drew's Hook Store, in

    traveler from the West.School gentlemen comprising the committee on Ainboy.Dec. Jacksonville, or by direct application to this themselves strictly to their
    ; 1-fich. SfathowKtnney, E tes, 1'hila- Address CONFINING
    hospitalities at Madison : C. W. Stevens, T. delphia. ofllcc. iaw s, respectfully solicit.consignments. -
    Notice. FLORIDA MIRROR.24t .
    J. Street) and E. D. Heggs. Dec 1-Hark 'James Kitchen, Kitchen, Fernandina, Fla. .
    IIon. "W. 1), Halsley, Superintendent of Providence. ,
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    Public Instruction for the State of Florida The Shell Road. Dec 1-Hark Ravcnsclifle (Hr), Hughes. OIt'Xa 1IOXKS.rnniN (
    I / FlItTILi7.IItS. |
    ,will address the people of Nassau county in Cape Verde Island (
    The citizens of Fernandina it to themselves i
    owe Dec. 1-Hark Usko (Muss), Herlin, Liver -i wwvvwvvvvvvw-
    Fernandina on Wednesday evening, the 8th to keep in perfect order the shell road I pool. WOOD AND OOPS,
    inst., at 7i o'clock. Subject r "Our Public CI.KAKED. JL FOR ORANGE HONES, This business: has been our special trade
    to the beach much in need of immediate '
    now very "
    for sale at Fernandina by
    'School System." All invited to attend. Nov. 2JS. P. St. Johns Vogel Charles for over twenty years, md we have endeavored -
    are ,
    repairs. The beach drive is the attraction iMt! P. P. BISHOP. to furnish our planting friends PURE
    ton. ,
    Jlrlghtenlno UpWo par excellence of our city, and it con- Nov. :29-Sch. A. & B. Hooper, Truitt, -I.......-.-..-.........-.-..-..-...1 ----,-- ARTICLE:, and their continued patronage is

    are glad to observe considerable work cerns every one to interest: himself in mak- Philadelphia.Dec. -- j j oitAxcas. !j -- our fill orders best indor.ellll'nt.'e for all kinds of Fertilizers are prepared, together to j

    going on in,the way of repairs and Improve ing the access to the beach pleasant und .. 1-Hark Libcrtas, Hen-man, Qucemistown. 4.! ..........................4- with our Cotton and Corn Fertilizer and

    ments, but? there is room for a great deal agreeable. In one place a pond extends several })ec. :3-Sch. II. A. Hunt, Ross, Philadel C01l11"JUndcial Phosphate.
    hundred feet lengthwise of the road, and phia. J. N. ROHSON: it SON,
    more and as soon as the weather becomes GO
    Charleston S. C.
    t settled we hope to see a free and general use in many places holes and washouts need to Dec. 3-S S City of Dallas Risk, New ; :CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED.E. .-*). -
    bo filled up.Ve understand that Mr.( Courier York. .OVI.I) A- ('O.'S
    of the whitewash brush and the paintbrush IX POKT
    has ollercd to haul all the
    in all parts of our city. generously Schooner: Kate V. Aitken. .................................................................
    t shell needed. Let us move in the matter at Schooner Dennett. : :
    i Stephen L. PALMER & CO., .
    I tt Fernandina c\i Jacksonville Hall road once. Let some one or two gentlemen of Schooner Anita. $-ir' 1'IIt'I'I LiltIt 'C

    4 L 'Two tttcam pile drivers, for use on the the city take the matter in hand,and obtain Schooner Schooner C.Northern II. Foster.Light. -t............................................................+.- ...................................................................
    L1 Nassau river: 'and marshes, were received by the necessary: amount to procure the shell Schooner Matthew Kinney. .. ..

    ,i I'' the ballast; They will bo put on in addition and to do whatever labor is requisite. Schooner Five Brothers. i..'hol.uh'", Fruit Iealersi-. i.. IS THE BEST\ :
    -- Schooner Gettysburg.Hark .
    to those already in use and every effort will .
    -- p-- Xassau County Tax HooKs. Itavenscliffe! (Rr.) -+.....,...... ..............................................+. rpIIING for P.LTJ1nn: : S-it being
    !: be made to complete the road at the earliestpossible Bark James Kitchen (Dr). J_ not only a perfect plant food, but will
    moment. The contractors are 'energetic By the kindness of Mr. Garland, the tax- Hark Usko (Russ). keep all insects at a respectful: distance.

    :i and judicidus,men.Commercial assessor of this county, we have examined Brig Mary Louise (Ger). .' HALTIMORE, Ml). For sale in any quantity, large or small,
    the assessment books now completed 1 for MIIPP1NU AT TJIK PORT OE ST. MAHY't art country orders) delivered FREE on
    h ActlvltF.Our boats: or cars. Vegetable TRY IT.
    18.80, and derive the following information : St. MXKYH; G.\., November 'G.-l'lrarl'tl- GOULD growers.\: CO..

    river front presents quite a forest of Number of acres of land returned, 2.S5.103 Bark UiUIne, Siege, London. Eng., with 04 3m 8 "'. Hay St., Jacksonville: I lrt.
    is active and Number of acres improved, 3,504 270,000 feet lumber-Fox ,(; Burns. REFERENCES : .
    masts.. The lumber trade very -- -- --- ----- -- - -----

    the fruit shipments are beginning alreadyto Assessed value of lands,lots- $274,020: ) MEMORAXKV.QrKEXhtowx : Rev 0.1'. Thackara, Fernandina, Fla. "TII.t.'OX, unties A co.,
    Assessed: value of town $411,059Number Arrived Hark
    be considerable; and will increase every of horses, 57S\ ,November Fernandina.: )Ir. Frank .Fleming, Hibernia, }-'Ia.i Importers: and( Dealers in "
    Mentor (Ger). Schultze. 'r
    week. The Orange Lake and .Marion! county Number cattle, 8,035 i Mr.( C. M. Reran, St. Augustine, Fla.

    fruit growers of the arc impatiently Peninsular awaiting road to thecompletion the Value Number Number of of of live sheep swine stock,, .- .- -. .$111.032 3,527 1,403 Goods For and the Novelties holidays.Fancy ----Bionlts- -tiiitl(v312mm:Stationery.HOlC.K'i ) -- .- --- .. .-- I i.[
    Aouth bank of Orange Lake, which will at Total personal property, S202.4OI( Baby Carriages, oit___ lit
    --- ---- --
    once furnish transportation for a largo section Total valuation rCl1l1111l11ler.-lmal, $Hfi.) ,lHn; VclocijHHles, ': IMCUYLVWholesale
    and Parasols.
    : Umbrellas
    State tax total, $7,151.73Of
    f No. US 11Y SlREKT: ,
    of country. which State school tax; HUH) Til BO. L. LEWIS, i

    County tax proper, 4,201.03 m-t( 403" Eighth i Avenue, New York. und Retail Savannah, Georgia;
    Cincinnati Grocer. County school, |:,459.oS! ------- --
    Wo acknowledge the' receipt of the Cincinnati Special county tax, 3,432.08: To I oggers.A J3OOKS, STATIOMIKY, Keep constantly on hand a good supply of

    Grocer a valuable commercial sheet Total county tax, 10.003.09! : fl'wnle or Ox Teams arc wanted to their celebrated .
    Total State tax, -, 7,057,18 11I:1I1Ioj.s at Dutton, Florida. Apply to W. And MUSIC,
    published weekly and of great benefit .to 17150.87 ;;JaJ'I.XU'l"I.'fJm n'.\ O."vj_
    Total county and State tax, P. GitTord.
    "busines men. The prices current comj>ared There Is an increase of about 30,000 acres JOHX LYNCH, ;59! WEST II.IY STHET, Nothing better can be had for fa'll l and winter

    with New York prices seem to indicate. that in lands returned, and 800 acres increase of Dutton, }'la;, Vmr.19, ISSO crops.; Price FIVE DOLLARS) : PER

    l Cincinnati jxjssesses advantages to ,buyers, JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA. HAG or FIFTY nOJ.JJAIl.l'Im TON,
    lands. Valuation of town -
    Louisiana improved properly New AdvertisementsPATEXTS "' F.O.H. railroad or steamer at :Savannah.:
    particularly in Western products. Lands decrease in Send for circulars
    has increased $15,000. giving: certificates, etc.
    oranges are quoted at $5.00 per barrel, Palermo value of return, $:?5OOO, ; total school tax, : obtained fO-;:new:inventions,
    ( lemons at $1.50 box, apples at $1.50 to or for improvements In old
    per 344122. This tax, as is well known, is Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand r School Hooks u Specially.-t Legal; AdiertNeiiient!*.
    barrel bran is quoted at $13 per ton, .
    $2.251Ier ,
    mainly collected from the white population, all patent business promptly attended
    ,oats 37 cents per bushel, corn 50 cents, live but is cxIJCn l'l111U1)Srtiall.'ullOn white and to. IS":E T1ONS THAT ifAVK BEEN ",1TTLI.1 A CXAKICK, State Florida, Nassau"' County.BY .

    .. turkeys 5 to 0 cenjs per pound and dressed colored schools. IUJIWTU: l\1av still, ill must (cases be lat-. 1 (Successors to J. M. Cooper .!t Co.,) VIRTUE: of an execution issued out
    the U. K I'at
    'ntl'\fh of the Circuit
    Itciug Court
    at ten cents. ( ) us, OfPo'ilto Fourth Judicial
    -_ The assessor's looks teem neat and well L u\yniw' amid %'n ,:!\ \TI'; T 1l'41.; DEALERS IX Circuit, in and for Nassau County, Florida,

    County Offices. compiled. NESS: EXCLUSIVELY: ; : we can secure: put. Rs School and )1I"'t'lIa"t'o..s""ti"' upon a judgment rendered on the 24th day
    There was no primary)' election for countyoffices t We understand the county is in debt to puts in less ti.me than those who are remote of A mni,18x0), in a certain suit, in favor'of )J'S-.
    from Washington: .-- the plaintiff and against: the defendant in f
    at the November election, and we the sum of $15.000, accrued during previous When Inventors bend' mntlel'or sketch, f which suit W. H. C. )Duryce' was plaintiff,

    learn that a special primary vote will besoon years. A portion of this: was for the causeway we make search in the Patent Office and .' l '. and U. M. Hammond defendant, I have le\'-

    taken. As a general rule we think all experienced and bridge, and is upon interest. The advise as to its patentability fret \f\ charge.CorroiHindeuco J I HOjOKS =... HOOKS! l\ led upon ami will sell, before the Court-

    and efficient officers should be retained. rate of taxation ls seven mills for State: tax confidential UNLESS f; foes: reasonable PATENT c *I house dour in Fernandina: Nassau County,

    In offices like that of the circuit and eight and a half mills for county tax ; IS and OHTAINKD.NO CHARGE 1 I. s. .J Jvi r h on<'inJthe the first fcisth Monday day of said in month December, within, 18x the.

    court clerk and assessor considerable expert- al We refer by permission to the City Postmaster legal: hours oft' d sale: day, to the highest

    sung is requisite to fulfill the duties of the Santa Ve Canal-. Meeting.The and to the :Superintendent: 1)iv'ision in of Wl ash-the1'o..t STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS OF bidder, for cash, lots 2, 3 and 4, in block 33,'

    it office properly A good assessor, of course, fourth regular annual meeting will bo ington.-Ofllce For Monev aptxkal Order rcfereiuvs. circular, advice ALL KINDS, City of lernandina.of D. \I. Hammond.C1 Levied. upon_ as timepnImerty

    becomes ,,,ore familiar with the location of held at the office of the eomjuny at Waldo, terms, etc., address Cor. Congress and St t. Julian Sts., PETEU: CONE,
    and its value the longer he remains Fla., on Monday, December 13, at 2 p. in. C, A. SNOW A CO., of Nassau County, Florida. '
    property .
    : D.C. Suiaiuiah
    ,jo office, and 11 clerk of the court becomes: D. S, PLACE, Secretary. 2-tf Opp. Patent Office,Washington, Georgia. tcrnandina, Fla., November 6, I860.


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