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Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
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Creation Date: January 15, 1881
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VOL. III. FERN.ANDINJFLA.. SATURDAY, JANUARY 15,, 1881. NO.8. J



T11K FL01UDA L11G1SLATV11K.WIIVT rca.I'C message elsewhere in this i issue.] lly Mr.[ Thompson' -Senate bill Xo. 10 : To bin ; Potter, of Dado: ; llrovvn, Lucas, Commt ler's and treasurer's hooks: and t
On motion .">OU\ copies of the Governor's: be l.'ntitll'lI:1II act requiring an educational: and Nattiel. of Duval ; Welch, Byrne and dt'riclllid as may be needed.. clplsach
message: with accompanying reports were ordered qualification} for electors to entitle them to Tippiu, of INcambia: ; Grady, of Franklin ; Members of the press were invited to
( IAWMAKKRSJ seats
HV9 REIN POXH BY OCK :
printed for (the ue of Senate.A become rl'gi ll'rl'll"otel'1l, iiaeunm1diancewith )McMillan llinson and SI'earof Gadsden ; on the floor. ,
AT TALLAItVSSEE. message:" was received from the Assembly section, 14, of the constitution: Referred llcvill and Xipperer of Hamilton ; Hryan The clerk proceeded to read the governor'stltcsstgc

informing the Senate that the Assembly to judiciary committee. and Reynolds, of 11 iII: The Proceedings of the Senate. had adopted a joint resolution for the appointment ; Its )[r. )ldllIilccuntl' t.iII0.. 11 : To Holmes! ; McCrary[ Robinson and Watson, of lug of the message was sust'midcd| and r 00copies )
of a joint committee, consistingof i: be entitled an act to amend section 1 of an Jackson! ; Pollock! ;;, TUESHVY: January, 1880. three on the part of the Assembly: nnd act entitled an act relating to (the lien and of Jefferson ; Goodhread; of Lafayette ; Hall, ttrl'dlrintc" ordered copies (
The Senate was called to order at 12 o'clock, two on the part of the :Senate to ,draft joint collection\ of rent, and to repeal nlll\l' entitled Carr and Carroll of Leon ; Xeel.'of Liberty ; were onlered printed for:\the use- of printed the Sen)
and the roll was called by J. G. Globes, Sec rules:' for the government of the two houses. an net for the relief of landlords, approved Cottrell and Itigham, of Levy ; Tooke Griffin / Ih'llll.\'t'lhh',
retary1 of the Senate of 1871) The rules!' were on motion suspended, and January 10, 1WW.( approved) March and Friar, Madison! ; Wldddeu, of Manatee St. Johns Kpiscopal Parish al
The following Senators were present : the resolution of the Assembly concurred in 11, 187! Referred to judiciary committee.Mr. ; Wilkinson, of Marion( ; Perry and lowed to hold their meetings in the was Assem:
Messrs.! Ilryson, Jones Judge, Lykes, Me- the and cvumnitteeaPpolntal! accordingly. [ Sharpe ottered! the following\ resolution Plunimer, of Monroe( ; .\nl'I'IIIII,1 (Coleman, their building havimj"been
Clenny, McKinnon, Xiblack, $peer'l'honap- The following resolution! was uttered by : ofIIi'lau': ; !Harris and Ilrynn of Orange ; hl.HIII, I llull not built.
son, Walker and.Wallace. Mr. McKinne( and adopted : Ilefolinl, That one thousandadditionaleopies I llrynnt, m Folk ; McMceki'u and Xevvsom, The I I petitions of contestants yet for
]loo. L. "'. Bethel was then sworn in as '\"IIEIIF.Tht': Present condition of the of the governors mcssige \be printed Putnam ; McClellan and Marquis, of Santa seats in lilf\'ln .
were maid
LieutenantGovernor, by Judge David :S. Internal )Improvement' Fund i is of the greatest : ; for the Use of the members of the Senate 1'osa!: ; Cooper and ('11110\1t. of St. Johns ; ferred to Ihl the' committee(llhl on presented: and re ,

Walker, and delivered i short address. interest to the people of the :State and and Assembly ; which was adopted.' Snow and llcvill, of Sumter ; Um-tead: and elections : Petition of .\. Il'ivlt( l''" of
The following newly elected Senators were the purpose fur which it was inh'llIh'tl.t ('CONFlIlM\TIO Ivey of 1\\\'lInllt'l' ; Parker, of Taylor ; Walton ; of Albert S. Sidney
then sworn in' : Messrs. Chandler, Cole. ) ,', Andrew Scott, sheriff for Jackson county ; Dougherty, of Volusia ; llutler. of Wakulla ; Walton ; pl.tli"l of John H, Abbot.t' of. t
ji Crawford, Crill, Delano, Dell, Duncan) Jiiiit Jtetiilred l>!i/ the 8"IIIIelmi AtwiMy( John F. White, State attorney' I the Third hKlnnollol Walton ; and Miller( of Well contestant of Duval petition of J. U. Mc 1/ ,
Hatcher, Hendry, Lee, Mallory, MoKay, That committee of three from the :Senate Judkliml'ircuit': II. llaines forrullcclorof! ('alrtmyuf Lllf.I 'dll" ; 1
McClelluu, McKinne, Polhill, Robinson, and! live from the Assembly! be appointed to revenue for Hrm\forll'ollllt\.T.\ : .\. 1Mwards: ; )((1'. Harris, of Orange county, was elected __
Sharpe and! Pillar( consider and report the feasibility: of and clerk of the circuit court of' Xa-siu: county ; Speaker. '
After appointing committee of three to the best for the Internal Improvement "'. '. of I SATcnn.lylnltuary: 8.
a plan relieving I" Scott, collector revenue for Nassau The following olllcers wI'rl elected : Wm. A message was received from the Senate
confer with a similar committee of the Assembly Fund and !securing the ennstruc- I' chief
county. llymim, clerk ; Robert W. Davis, staling that t the Senate had t the 1 d-
in regard to the inaugural cercmonies tion of a railroad from the : assistant: clerk ; Jn per S. Gonzalesergeant: lowing adopted .
> and adopting the old rules, the Senate river to I'eusacola bay, ami railroad\ from MOXDVY, January, 10.Mr. at-arms ; R. Wlutfield, rcadingclerk. : \1'.ollutOI, ; of the
took a recess until 1:43: p. m. (Ocala in Marion ,.:county to the waters of [ Thompson' ottered the following\ resolutions .\ committee of three was appointed to internal improvement present fund c'ohlil"l
At 1:43: the :Senate; reassembled and proceeded Tampa bay. : make arrangements, with I similar\ t'ollil. illll'r'-Ilo: (the people of ioftll'! and greatest the
in n body to the Assembly Hall to The following! ; bills were introduced : lie lietolwd, by the Senate, the Assembly tee of the l'llh'for I the inaugural ceremonies for which it intended tlll'. there
was
join in the inaugural ceremonies. By Mr. Thompson-Senate bill Xo. 1 : To concurring ; That committee of three from, and the Assembly took a recess until fore plI'0'l'1" ;

Lieutenant-Govcrnor Bethel introduced be entitled an act to supply maimed soldiers t the Senate and live from the Assembly he l.r: >0 p. 111..it He it ,'f.Wtr/, That committee of three
" Governor-elect Itloxham, who delivered his with artificial limbs ; referred( to thejudiciarv appointed to visit the State Asylum' and 1 rePort 1:15: / the Assembly! met again 'I'he5en- the Senate and live 1 from the
I inaugural address! (published; in the Mirror l'ollllnittl'l'I, II the following : Senate: the condition of the inmates and the 1\1' entered the hall, and It'UIl'nII.h'\'l'r.: Irll' tu consider: nnd Assembly the ftvtsl-,
f of last week.) bill Xo. 2, To he entitled an act to encourage management of thea-sylum, and to ascertain nor L. "'. llcthel took the bility appointed of and best for report .
L The oath of ofllce was! then administered the planting of oysters in the waters of this what repairs' engagements of buildingswill I. Hon W. 1)). Hoxhll. accompanied by met ion of : plan l from securing the till I onst -
i" to him by Hon. 1) Walker, Judge Of the State, and to protect the rights of owners be necessary for the health and comfort Governor George I and his cabinet( river to I IVnsacola rnilroll and Apalachicola railroad-
second Judicial Circuit. tlll'I'ellfj referred to the committeeon Iii h- of and nntkc such other bay 1
; patients' recommendations entered the Hall, and having been introduced from in Marion to the
waters
The joint session then adjourned, the senators cries. as will he for the best, interest of the by the lieutenant-governor: delivered of Tampa Ot'lla.bay. county
; returned to the Senate chamber and lly Mr. McKinne Senate hill Xo. 3 : To State and good government of the asylum his inanguraladrlress.: Also that the has .
the
adjourned Wednesday l morning at 10 be, entitled act to amend the 1Mb !'l'l.tiollofsubchnpter lie it further The joint session joint l'IHltl t'onl'lrretlln
adjourned. "that( committee of
o'clock. 4 of an act to provide for the Henvlfftl: That the like committee be appointed The Assembly adjourned Ilt Wednesday three" I'l'soluliol on the part of Assembly 1 joint and two
punishment: of crime and proceedings in to visit the and
convict camp report' noon. on the pint of the Assembly be appointed to
: WEDNESDAY, January 5. l'rilllillall'a"el, approved August: II(t, 1MSChapter -- the The journal was read ami approved. 10;:{", of the laws of the State of of the prisoners, and report what legislation, WKI:II'I'Jlnllry 5. houses," and had 'Jon'rlll'lt committee the two
On motion, the following olliccrs were Florida, and to repeal an act to amend an if any, i is necessary, for the treatment, government A message was \ from the Senate Messrs. ( 11 ldl
elected' acclamation : Mr. W. II. '\". Bal,. act entitled act to provide for the l'ullihIIiCUt : management and dplincof the announcing hat( body 1l'I'l' organized and ready A memorial dillon from UlltllIIILhler aldermen
cock, secretary ; Mr. 1) M. McAlpin, assistant of crime and proceedings) in criminal convicts.Mr. for business.The of Mcllou( 'ills received 11IYo Iltl
\ was read and
secretary Mr. L. B.11'umbwcllenroll. eases, approved February 1. 18(55)( being Crawfonl ottered the following reso following ofllcers were elected : ('. W.Downing referred to the committee
hag clerk ; Mr. Henry Ilusli, rl'l'ordinJ.clcrkj; chapter KKK! !), of the laws of the State of Flor- bttionllrxulrrd: engrossing clerk ; F. I l.. Robertson Mr. introduced on the corporations.
Mr. r.. Harrison, 'crgeant-ut-urm ; Mr.( William ida. Referred to the judiciary committee. That joint committee of three enrolling clerk : W. X. Muster, recording I. Xl'W11: followinr;
Thomas, messenger ; Mr. William lly Mr.I Mallory[ :Semite: bill X tl. 4 : To from the Senate 11I\1111\01'1'011I Assembly clerk ; Mr.( Denhamdoorkeeper.tcommittee rl'sollliol lirsoltrd That the Senate be
Heard page ; )[1'. )[. C. Burns, doorkeeper ; authorize commissioners to swear witnesses: he appointed for the purpose of'proposing .\ of tlueo was appointed tonotify ,committee to in' requested 10Il'l'ullt
a
'Ir, Tom Mason and Rev. K.: L. T. and oaths heretofore administeredby net COII'l'l.t with
janitor, legalizing : amendments to the l."n tllulioll. the Senate that the Assembly was or.galllzl"tlllllll'l'lly Ihu.lsse11ablyrnnnuittee to the
Hlake, them referred to the judiciary llIIwittc. The bills! introduced investigate-
chaplain. ; following were : for hl.III"I books of the commissioner of lands.and immigration
A committee was appointed to inform the Also the following-:Senate bill No.5..1n Hy Mr.( )1l'Kinlll''IUttl.IiII Xo. !'_ : To The 11'I'lIkl'r11 authorized In appoint whiih -
Assembly that the :Senate was organized and! act to authorize l Dunlap h I.'. Judah, ofIVnsacola be entitled an act relating to the payment of chaplain, a messenger: and two janitors, and I The following; Senatn win agreed t1) read ;

ready for business.A to take charge of and control his costs: in cases! of larceny, referred to the the sergeaut: -ut-armils to appoint two pages. and, on of Mr.Il'olutol was ,
committee of three appointed to act own estate. Referred! to the judiciary com judiciary commiteee.lly ,\ mess.igy was, l'I'l'ph'l'I from t the Senate its 11"1101. : was IltUI""I
with a like committee of the Assembly, and III i ttl'e. \I(r. McKay-Semite bill N'o. 13 : To be slating that n of three of thlltb"d'lwIII'I'n \ ( : 1.1)11"1 condition of Ihe111llIlIllllr'j'l'lll'lIt
inform the governor that the legislature wasorganized l'nti'tll'tlnlllll.t to; amend Clmgderilltl: : ), Laws appointed l to act with I like present fund is of the
and ready to receive any message.: SVTTUDVY, January 8.Mr. of Florida being an act to prevent excessive committee of the .Assembly and ilf"rll the t the State great, and ,
McClclluii was indefinitely excused Polhill offered the following resolution rates of pilotage, referred to the committee governor that the legislature WI' organi/.id the purpose for which of was Intended
account of sickness.Messrs. : on commerce and navigation.lly and readyto receive message.Adjourned. therefore ;
any ,
Cone and Towers, senators-elect Jtcsotrcd, That the president\ appoint n Mr. Crawford-Semife bill Xo. 111 Tube lie i into/ml l>y tha S"/III nnd the AfifuMy l ,
were sworn into office by Judge 1). 5.Valk committee of two to act with the committee entitled act to establish a Department) That committee of three from the Senate
er, Sr. appointed)' the Assembly to examine the Agriculture for the State of Florida, TIIlII"I'Jllln' ft.A and live from the Assembly he appointed to
It was resolved that us some doubt existed books of the comptroller and I treasurer: andto I referred to the committeeon agriculture.lly committee of was appointed told consider and report the feasibility"' of and
as! to the authority of the president: to administer employ! Mich clerical aid as may be needed.Mr. ,!. Mr. Judge-:Senate bill No. 15 : To In- in concert with u similar committee of the best plan relieving the Internal Improvement ,
the oath of ollicc, the officers 111111memh'rs."l.t Crawfonl ottered to amend the resolution entitled net for the hater preservation of the Senate in preparing joint rnll'l fu this Fund fu, and sccuringthecunstrnc-
\ should be re-sworn by Judge by striking out that part authorizes advertisements.>l. Keferred: to the judiciary legislature.The tim of railroad I mho .\
I). S. Walker, Hr.ExGovernor employment of clerical aid committee.lly committee to inform the Senate of river to (Pensaeola I Day frl, and a railroad Apalachicola from I
Heed was invited to a seat Mr. Jspcer uttered the following resolution '1r. !llntcmerimatc: bill Xo.! 1(1!.: To organization! ul'Ihe Assembly reported couniy, 10 ine waters! oi
within the bar. as a substitute: : be entitle"I an act incorporate the \\'alton that they JUKI performedtheirduty ami were Tampa Ilt'llall1101 Hay.Mr. .
The privilege: of the floor was granted to ItcHiltcd by the Senate, the _h/ Hon. D. S.Walker, Sr. ,';n ,, That a committee of the, two from the in Walton! county Florida. Referred to The committee to inform the! governor of : _\IIL railroad. from! Live Oak, In
Senate and three from the Assembly! : to beappointed committee on corporations. organization of the .Assembly reported ', Florldl, to Rowland's
THUKSDVY: January (0. respectively' by the !President! of By kCldlalll'llIle bill XII 17 : To that they had 1 }performed their duty and were l"uWUllll'll"IIIt Idol!!; on the /Suwannee river, in Suwanneecounty
The President announced, the following the Senate and Speaker of the Assembly! to be entitled an act concerning thecountysite discharged.i Florida, water '
standing: committees : examine into and report upon the condition of CnlhoUlIl'nllntloft'rtl'll l !: to the com i .\1 ex-members of a.m from" the ) 111,1111111111! ( II St. Johns connty l'Outl- (
Juiliciary 1 1'. Xibluck, chairman ; Messrs. of the offices of State treasurer and comptroller lIIittco on city IInI'olllll.\ organizations. in city wire invited to seats on the 1001'. Florida I through Halifax i river, and adjoining -
Mallory, Thompson Allen, Hrvson.Privilege ; which was ntlol'tl'tl11,1 I the president On motion of )((1'. M Kinnon, the rules w nter emrstnI In 1'ulusiacounty/
awl Mecti $ir. McKinne. appointed )les r:!. Speer! and Duncan as such! were waived and the following resolutions Pumas, January 7. Indian river, in Hrevurd count)', Florida,
Chairman ; Messrs.( : Dell, Chandler, Sharpe, committee on the part of the Senate.Mr. were read and adopted : Tins speaker announced I the following which after ,Il.hah''I wltl.lrwlI.Ir. :
Crawford. Judge offered the following resolution Heiudenl, That joint committed of three standing committees : 'h 'IIt of Polk moved that the Senate
1J1tuatiora-1r. Judge, chairman ; Messrs. : from the Senate and live from the Assembly Hit 'luliciur't,, r. Cooiier, chairman ; resolution bo amended by out all
Delano, Cole Robinson, Walker. Jlctolicd, That the committee on finance be appointed) for the purpose of' proposing: Messrs. Cottrell! DouglmerlyIIiowren, Moore, after tho words "Internal striking Improvement
C/.runs-31r. :Sneer, chairman ; Messrs.McKay and taxation be requested to take into consideration amendments to the constitution.He Perry, Commt. Fund," which amendment was adopted. ,
Wallace, McClenny llrvan.HailriMids the propriety of creating: a licensetax it remilccdlty the infinite, the .'"scm'I"l'f/lj-" lit 1'tiiance and 7arrrt: nn-Sir. Getzcn, the n'llolutl, us amended, was adopted.Tho ant.
and Trleyrolls-Mr. Lykes, on commercial travelers, or that class of cllrrin!], That u committee of three from the chairman ; Messrs: Mc>IeekiiiTooke, llryun follow ing bills vvcru introduced :
chairman ; Messrs. Delano, Mallory, Allen, dealers more familiarly:! known as "..I rum- :Semite; and five from the Assembly! be! upointed ) of Orange, Miller, Stringer, Potter.On Its Mr.( for the relief of the .
'" '''' mers." Referred to committee on finance I. |> to visit the !State asylum: and report L\m, nrrre and .1neignlion-1r.' Plum- Srm 1"ilh'bi of Gainesville,
Pubic LunIs-Mr.: Niblack, chairman ; and taxation the condition of the inmates and the management nor, rlmah'unnf$5.4; '1'i gdn,11'hiddcri, Florida. Referred to committee: on claims
Messrs. Lykes, McClellan Lee, McKinnon. The following bills were then introduced : of the asylum, and to ascertain Higham. ('UI"\ Grady ', Hall.Uu \. Hy m1(r.I'lunumcr-.1 hill to prohibit obscene
.lpprolruttioua-Mr. Ly kc chairman i Its Mr. McKinne-Senate bill Xo. G: To what repairs and! enlargement of buildings Public Piiutiny-$( r. Fildcs. chairman ; language on the public Referred -
Me.ss.rs. Jones, Willard, Duncan, Henry. be entitled act to amend Chapter 1SO! : ( of will be necessary for the comfort and health ).le 'r!. 'loll", [l'KllltJ Cooper, Tol- to committee on judiciary.IIhwll'H..
finance and TLXnliem-3Ir.'icKinnoit, the Laws of Florida, being an act entitled an of the patients!, ami make such other recommcndatiods bert, llrovvn.On Mr.1 Pollock presented t the contesting pa-
chairman ; Messrs. (Crawford Xiblack, )[c- ait to amend Section, Chapter 8, of an act as will be for' (lie best Interests IliiHfuMieitlltlli-Mr. )Marquis,chairman; JK.TS of I"'. 1 K.: Hughes, tt mil.. of Alaehuacounty.
Kay, Allen.I'ullic to provide fur the punishment ot'l..iIllO and of the !State and good( government of the 3ltw.rs.1'ildes) 1\I"II'ar, Jenkins.On Referred to committee on privileges -
1'rintiray-Mr.I'uwerachairman ; 'proceedings in criminal cases, approved asylum.'lie //ul',/ ( (1rllllirmUI ; and elections.Mr. I
Messrs. polhill Sharpe, Mallory! Chandler.Unrolled Februarys; 1 74. Referred to judiciary com it further rennlccd. That alike committeobu It'!> llal, Iryul of lil.IJllr )111'- Orally offered tho |>ctltioii of T. L. 1
HHIx-Mr.( Walker, chairman ; mittee. apiM>inted to Visit the convict camp) quis, Friar, relief. Referred to committee
Messrs. Hendry. trill. Wallace, McKinnon Hy Mr. McKay-Senate bill Xo. 7 ; To be and report the condition, management and in Mate In ltni! .lyrkttture-Mr. Dell chairman ; Messrs. entitled an act to extend further privilegesto treatment of the l primierand report what Mern. Hell, Wllitllt'l, Stringer, Griflln, 01 Five lllCl'hundred conies of the were
Powers. Walker, Cone, Polhill.Fuheriei tho Tampa, Peace Creek and :M. Johns l legislation, if any, is necessaryur the treatment llyrno, I Cray .,". ordered printed I y. journal
-Mr. Jones, chairman ; 1<'SsfS. Railroad Company. Referred. to committee government, management and discip) V>,' /',, : hind. *-'lr. McKinnon I chairman The governor's :message i was read, and, on
Lee, Hatcher Sharjte McClellan, on railroads. line of the convicts. ; Messrs. JfeClellanSluuxliU-rXipi( 11,11"1, was rll'rn..t to u committee of the
Mate JltJIllld"rielr., Hatcher, chairman ; Iiy Mr.( Crill-Senate bill Xo. 8 : An act to 31r.1Yullacontleret the following ri-'olu- Parker of llrevurd. Pollock. whole hoti-.
MOM, Polhill. Chandler Cone, :Spcer.Engro amend sections!: and 1 0 of un act to repealan thou : (h, Militia Mr. .llcr. chairman: ; Messrs. A message was 1 from tho Senate
*ed JHll*-Mr. Hryson, chairman ; act to provide! for the redemption of lands: tte>lfed, That the judiciary committee be Ilutler C'ar"I, -, Sander Robinson.itn stating that the N'llItl'1..1'.1 had passed Senate
Messrs. Judge McKinnon'Willard, Cole. sold for taxes, approved' March 11, 1X71. and instructed: to i)prepare 1hill comjK-lling justices ', and Rlrr'mI I Morgan, bills N'o-4 I all 5. ali the bills
State 'ffirir'-lr. Speer) chairman ; Mssrs. to di"i* *e of lands sold for taxes and boughtby of the peace to give bond before entering chairman ; Messrs. Millerict/en; Plunimer, to the judiciary committee. Wl'rt rd'l'rt'
Duncan, Cole Hendry, Crawford. the :State or any county. Referred to UIMMI the duties of othYc. .\ el. Fmsteud, COOHT| llovvren, Met;rut I. --
Jurporrrtioua-3r. Thonipaon) chairman ; committee- on public lands.I: Senator Ix-e ottered to amend us follows! : Oil Et/urn/ion-Mr. lolll'rll'halrIIU ; I III .' .___ _" ..._. ..u.A
:\I committee ortcd Senate Move amendment that the Messrs. S \\' IOI'JIIJUan' i1'" .
<'to.rs.: McKinnc, MtClcnny.UobinsonWal The judiciary rei> on as an judiciarycommittee 1\101 ell" Hl'Ylfl ." 1"liu' The bills and memorials
bill Xos. 4 and 5, recommending that bo directed) to inquire into theudvisubility son, Howren, Cu were hltruul'lI ;
lace.City and County Organizatinn lr. Jones, they do hI:ray, of preparing' u bill! c.omH'lling! justices I,. J"oil'e Hrin,r*-}lr. Tol bert. chairman Hy of Mr.( the Gravy-A memorial to the Congress

chairman ; Messrs.Sheer, McKinne, Willard, A message was received from the Assembly of the |tcuce, etc. ; which was: adopted.MemlHrs ; h".ort. Xecl, MtCrary, llryunt for lflt'tll'ilah'. asking an' appropriation
Powers. stating that the Assembly had! adopted of the press were invited to seats of Polk. Canova, Hull.On Hay Channel. ,
Militii-Mr. Dell, chairman ; Messrs. Crill, Senate joint resolution as to Internal Improvement within the bur. L'lititiii-Mr Kevill, of Hamiltonchair Referred to the committee on commerce and 1 1nvlutol. '

Chandler, McKay, Cone. Fund, with an amendment to Mr. Thoni was granted leave to intro man ; Messrs. Bell, '\'atlOI, Hinson, Craig ,
Legislative. Expemet-Mr. Crawford, chairman strike out all of the resolution after the duce Senate bill Xo. IK : To bo entitled( an Snow, McGruth.f To be He'lolI-\t"'IIIJly bill \u. 3;
; Messrs. Lykes, Hatcher, Ilryson, Wal words"Internal Improvement Fund," which act to rcguLitti: ) the registration of voters and C'ity and (Jimnty Organization. Perry, liccnxc(,"tltl'.l. an..act in relation to grunting
lace. amendment the Senate concurred in. .AI"| holding of elections in inc urI|>orutud cities in chairinan; )ll'n.Tippin, Clark, (Soodbrcud, to thejudiiiary committee. -
Indian the committee the of the this State. Referred the judiciary com Craig, Wilkinson.OA .t.ti
Affairt Mr. Sharpe chairman ;i'1es jiointed!>i part UJI. lly )lr. FiLies ( bill Xo. 1
A
:\ : lan Lykes.! In executive session, the following confirmations Mt ssrs.l'arkcrif'rayi1)rNewsoimi, Hinson, \"elIr]uwJln Judge 'j
of the Fifth
Punt livutet Mr. Hatcher chairman ; The rules were susjiended, and Senate bill were made : JcM'ph' Malarv, to be Williams of Uradford, Dougherty, .McCK-l- to the Jutidl.1 'Iuril. Referred .
.
:Messrs Cone, McCJellan, Lee, Crill. Xo. 4 was read the second time and put upon feheriffof Walton county ; J. Parish) to be Ian, ( on Also ;
bill Xo. 5 To bo entitled
Commerce and lierigdion-Mr. Mclyiy, its passage al\llll.'><.od. collector of revenue for ('ulutnbiiicouuty ; R'ril.'fft and Canal* )1 r. McMcckfii, Assembly amend : un act{ .
chairman ; Messrs. Mallory, Thompson, Allen A menage was received from the Assembly J. 8. Parker, to be hheritf, of Ivy county ; d.alrmal; Me sn*. Byrne, ll'biddeo'I'uoke, lection to of nil act for the assessment and col )I
Powers.Immigration. stating that the Assembly had adopted a S. M, Hawkins' to I he oheriff of Madison! Ivey HI Stringer, Plunimer, Lucas, reV'lueII'J'rlw''t1 March 7, 1S71)
Re I
-Mr. Crill, chairman ; Messrs. joint resolution that the Senate be requestedto ('uunty'iUIlUl'l/ II. lYacotk, to h lie assessor UrYl11 of Orange 'rf'Cl.to til committee mni finance. t|1
Walker, Hobinson McKinne. Judge.A appoint a committee to act in concert with of revenue fur Taylor county ; J. II. Kim- On IunntratUni--Nr. Hryan of Orange, An lly McMillan-Assembly bill Su. 0 : .f
committee of the Assembly! informed the Assembly committee to investigate the brew to Ixs clerk of the circuit court for Tay chairman ; 31.!++rr. Stringer, \111111" of Ha Referred act regulating the limo 1:1" ur .rlll'nt spirit

the Senate that the Assembly was organizedand : books of the commissioner of lands and immigration lor county. ___ __ ker, Gritlin, Miller, McMillen, Hy Mr.te U.vrll-\I'liILly judiciary t'IIIIUc'bill Xo. 7.111
for business. and had appointed Messrs. Tip- On Indian .lftin-Mr. Ur\Ut of Polk,
ready C Greeley gave notice that he would pin Newsomt anti Umstead ; which amendment 1'roceeillnu, of the Annetnbly.TrKiiur c'hairl:1; Mcs.N. Wliltl, Bryan or 11.. act to amend the public an net In ("tILlbh and keep inr'I1.lr

contest the seat of Joseph E. Lee of the the Senate concurred in, and Messrs. January 1. borough, Plunimer, UiJJI. ( "rI.1 anll.d.wu\ Ibis ,
Eighteenth Senatorial District: and asked for Robinson and Lee were api ointc.l such The Assembly was called I to order by \Viu.Foryth Oil CurjioratiiinM Snow chairman ; ttlt. approved committee( 'U\tt'rn'.I
polreutla.'l'ime
further time to complete the taking of testimony committee on the part of the Senate. Itynum, (.'rul. r clerk. Mcr JU-ynolds, Friar Clark, Xattiel, on ,
rules and Senate' bill On Put /A>uMr.. lTnuteud, chairman Illok'rUII".hltlol| the f' ''lwinJ in the case which was referral to the The were suspended, Mr. Dougherty was eltvtol chairman: and ; iiiitteu bcc ,
committee on privileges and flections. Xo. 5 was read second time and put upou Win. Forsyth Ityautii clerk. Mer Uutler.: Green. Cu'un. McCrarv.. lleve the Fuiid1Mivr tsI
Five hundred copies of the Senate and Assembly its pasAUJW and parsed.Mr Th> following member aiwweral to their On ,)f///vAyjrt'('- 1 r. Urul of HilUho- lutermaImItrovcument '.
*. llnlltn\
obtained unanimous consent rou 'h, chairman ; Mown McKinnon, McMciklu c""lr. \ Ibruicuu. Jlr ala
Journals were for the use of the members.FKIPVY.. and' introduced t Seuatabill Xo. t) ; To 'be entitled and Filde, ..Alaehua ; Williams, of Maker; JI;.ml.U.U.tZI, l).>ti/ljeny. hill, ,,,\\wlnl and 3Ir'I ,
an act to supply deficiencies in uppoiiirutious talon[ and Williams, of Hradfuitl ; Parker, ofllrevard A trtu the AMmbiyW4.1 '-
January 7. for the year 177 IS7] and \>v>). ; Clark, uf t'.lhuulI ; Morgan, of oit; *)iute-l to act with u .imllar rxumitte'5 St-nit ',rJ.'u-will uiidoubttxllybe!lt!t" ('w'ti. :I

The Govern jr'_ mciaje wo received au-1 Referred to xiuuittc on 1'1'f")1riatl..IUI: Ciay ; }J'*JTe, lk-ze anti TwlU-'it, of Colum of the 4'uxtatuexaiuhie( the c )tiij,trol ...\-wraimIMr.C.l':Ilyk -Stale IM-ifer: .



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Dp.tTJIOJ.' TllE OLD YKAIt.Full ficicnt money to meet the interest and pay hat the general condition of matters in IrISdt'artl1l'nt \ .attained In this work of rapidly peopling f iuent, definite cannot statement be made. of As the far claim as can of

: all appropriations\ could he fixed Hut this has been improved.In } the State it would he bad policy to stay the the State the amount of the State'scaim
ascertained
knee-deep lies the winter snow, they failed to do, mid fixed the rate at seven this connection it will \be well for me work Rather let us strengthen the efforts he about,$2SO,000, (principal! ,) of which

And the winter winds are wearily sighing, mills, expecting the assessment to run up to to state that shortly after coming into oflice until the Hood! tide of immigration i is turned is about $1S,000 I for which the vouch
-- Toll the church bell are
ye sad and slow, $3,000p)0orIO,0)0,0OK( ) batlnsteadofthis the South.
; learned that there were large amount of from the West to Flurtawl not ( but
T And tread snft1 and speak low it reached only $30,332,209: : !" it absolutely has been ers and evidence are "o\pl't" fo
rendering swamp and overflowed )lands! which had been Within the last \ar9 \ additional evidence to he
For the old yenr lies a"lyin,!. necessary for myself and cabinet, in "elected by the State, but for which the general done, and the influx: cf'ulinlawl; ]labor.has which at Washington.
Old Year, 3'ou must not chef order to maintain th ecnhtuf the found in the departments
State
ntunHi previousyears
government\ failed or (declined to i. suc been much greater 1 of intercut on the States
J-l Yon CIUlie to us So readily !' basis, to borrow on our own res\lon"i. patents, Soon afterwards I visited Wa!'hing.011 but much can and mu t be done before The question material and
a
You lived with us so steadily bility enough in to meet t\ full fruition of the claim is one of importance
money part and( finding such to be the facts in the we can realize the the agents i is hcrewithf
d; I Old Year, you shall not die. terest on the State bonds for January 1880, case, and also finding that it would \be well purposes for which the bureau of immigration statement prepared will show by the equity of the claim
and for the interest. $4X.70.! ; the amount c(1 which
( on fur the interest of the State to have some one was established. for its
He I licth still, he doth not move; borrowed, which will require an appropria residing in Washington to prosecute these \ the abundant precedent pay

st He will not see the dawn of day, tion. In this connection I think It would claims before the department, I appointed LA SIM IX TiE RESERVATION.In FORMER rAI..T"1LTn. ment.WVRRVXTS,

He hath no other life above, he advisable to pass a law !similar to the one Colonel S. I. Wailes. of that city, an agent the ISsUED: l'XDImCT OF FEBRUARY
11j.il. He gave me a friend aid true true-love in in sister 1 accordance with a resolution of 8TH 1SG1.
n operation our state Georgia, and ([without tongrensation) in behalf of the ,
And the New Year will take cent nwa.,'. other states, where the fixing of the rate of State to examine into the condition of the board of trustees: of the Internal Improvement Uy nn act approved March 11, 187! thegournor .,
Old Year, you must not go. taxation is ]left to the governor and comp claims of this! State fur lands: under\ the acts Fund, I think that the State relinquish "empowered to appoint three
lands
i So long as you have been with ns, troller, who, after the csment is: finished' of Congress, known as the swnmp and over- ) all claim to the swamp Reservation embraced suitable ]persons as commissioners examine .

Such joys as you have ?seen with us, fix a rate sufllcient to raise money enough Mowed land acts. Upon receiving the report' in the formerl'llatka Military settlers! and or reject any and all

Old Year, you shall not go. to pay all interest and the several appro of Colonel Wailes it was laid before the which have been and by in which warrants"approve issued under and by virtue of

priations. At the present valuation of Hoard of Trustees of the ]Internal Improvement under the homestead laws, Chapter 1175 of the Laws of Florida, approved
faith complied
lie froth'd his bumpers to the brim and rate of taxation the State said have in good
property : Fund, and subsequently\ : two contracts flctler which February 8, I8(m1.
l A jollier year we shall not see. cannot be kept at a cash!' basis and the intereston were made by the board with him to pro. with requirements of United said laws States, or Land On the first day)' of December, 1879, I appointed -
have been at
Hut tho' his foes are waxing dim, the public debt paid. cure an adjustment of the claims! of the State: with military as such commissioners Hon. George
And tho' his speak ill of him, The bonded debt is as follows : for lands granted h'CongrcIslIlIler!! the several Ollicc at private entry, or located '. Rancv, Colonel Robert Bullock, of Marion .

I He was n friend to me. IJonds of 1871.................................$'l..I 0,000 acts. Under these contracts!! he has had land warrants. anil W. Brown, of Hillsborough. Mr.Raney .

11 Old Ycar you shall not dies ;i'e Bond of 1873: ........ ........................ J:.i,000 patented, and has turned over patents to the DIGEST OF THE STATUTES'. not being able to accept the appointment

I \ did so laugh and cry with you, IJonds: of 1857; ................................. 8,700 State, for 3 iUt,R O,8i-100 acre The act of 1870 entitled ".\n Act to Pro I appointed January 14,1880, Colonel

1; : I've half a mind to die! \with you, Convention bonds........................... 1,500 Full and\ complete information as to the vide for the Compiling and Digesting the W. K., Heard, of Tallahassee, in his place.I .
Old Year, you must not die Of this: indebtedness there Is- progress of the work, the terms of contracts Laws of Florida" provided that the digest am informed by the commissioners that

J In Sinking Funds: ..........................$150,700In and compensation! can be found in his re then under preparation by Colonel J.F. )Ic. not yet to make a definite
He. was so full of joke and jest ; School Funds............................. 2 toBOOIn ) port. Clellan :should as soon as completed\ .be submitted they are but will prepared n ) do so early in the

But all his merry quips are o'er. Seminary Funds....................... 85.000 LAMM HOLD ron TAXK.S. to a commission! to consist of lions.P. report, session of the legislature, which

To sec him die, across: the waste In Agricultural Funds................... 12tf( OO From the report of the commissioner! of White, John A. Henderson and ico. P. :I will present be transmitted to my successor It may\

His son and heir doth ride post haste, Leaving in the hands private parties ]lands: and immigration it will be seen that Itanov, for revision and exnminnt ion. Colonel be for me to state here that the workof

Hut he'll be dead before. .......................;..................... 081,000 he has been unable to make the necessary MYClellan( completed the digest in the this proper commission, and the claims they are

Every one for his own ; This shows a decrease of the bonded advertisement of ]lands: sold for taxes and curly summer of 1880, but the gentlemen appointed to investigate, have no connectionwith

The night is starry and cold, my friend debt during the present administration subject to redemption as contemplated by composing the commission: announced tit claim now pending before Congress

And the New \ car blithe and bold, ...................... .................. 50,800llcsides section 3 of the "Act to, provide for the redemption inability, on account of other engagements: of which mention is made above.

my friend, the bonds above mentioned! there I of lands: sold for taxes," approved to undertake tho task of such revision and

I 1 Comes up to take his own. i is held by the Indian Trust Fund of the March 11, 11i7Jj! ; and as there is a large amount examination.: They, however, recommended COMMON !lCIOOI' (
United States State bonds to the ntnount of yet nnrcdeer neil. I think that time tints should that It. be placed) in the hands of Colonel C. The condition of our common schools has

i How hard he breathes. Over the snow $132.01X1: with interest, but as: an offset: to \be extended to January 1, 1882.INTERNAL : C. Yonge, if he would undertake the work been greatly improved and the cause of education
t t I heard just now the crowing cock. this the State )has claim against the United which the statute contemplated they should somewhat advanced during the past

I- I ii The shadows flicker to awl fro ; States for an amount more than sulllcicntto Dlrnon: nXT. perform, and that I agreed to recommend to two years, as! is I shown by the report of the
The cricket chirp, the light, burns low ; cover the face of these bonds with interest The board of trustees: of this: fund, recognizing the legislature that Colonel Yon e be paid a superintendent of public instruction Hut

\ 'Tis nearly twelve o'clock. AI\llln order to stop the large amount of interest the wisdom and soundness of that proper and just compensation for such revision there is: yet much room for improvement,

I Shake hands before you die, thus accumulating against the State, policy which would tend to encourage and and examination when complctel1 and much to be done towards arousing our

Old Year; we'll dearly rue for you. and in order to bring into the State treasury foster such improvements as would promotethe 'They onsclltet too to receive people to 1]proper appreciation of the vital
What is it we can do ibr you? : any overplus that there might be after an interest of the State aid its citizens, have I anal Colonel Yonge under this importance of this question. The future

:Speak:: out before you die. adjustment of these claims, I have thoughtbest ever been willing:: and ready to countenance arrangement, which was agreed to hal I Iconct'rnelt prosperity and safety of Florida, and the
to have some considerableeffort made and pit! any ]legitimate, lioiui tide scheme I am Inforl1t that South generally depends upon the educationof

His face is growing sharp and thin : to clfect an early settlement, but a more detailed looking to this end During the past two YOl$ soon hle this work, the masses, and it i is clearly the duty of
Alack I our friend has gone. statement in reference to this matter yours several proimasitlos: and' proposals for requiring,as! it toe., great care and accuracy. every and statesman to encourageand
Close up his eyes tic up his chin ; will be made further on. the internal improvement of the State: have From nil I no one in the State is ctzcI every object looking towards the :

Step from the corpse, nnd ]let him in 'l'h'1'alue of our bonds in the market today been presented to the board, which wercuotaccepted better qualified than Colonel Yonge for the mental and moral improvement of the coun I

That -tandcth there alone, is: much improved to what it was: four as it was believed the material interests task, and I have no douL us to the digest, try. That the present system' in its practical ;
Ami wniteth nt the door. years ago. Then the six per cent bonds of the State would not be advanced when it shall have from his: hands: operations, is: not all that it should bo,

There's a new foot on the floor, my were worth eighty cents: while to-day they by them. Several railroads, canals and other being a reliable and creditable rl101litoT' of all that our State, as well as the country nt

friend are scarce at par ; the seven per cent bonds corporations have been incorporated under our statute law. Colonel Yn be large, is not fully aroused to the importanceand f

And n new face,nt the door, my friend, were worth ninety-four cents, while now the general act and arenoypushimigfrrwarl paid a just con, pensntion. He is entitled to necessity of perfecting that system, are ,

A new faco nt the door. there mire few, if any, to be bad for $1.00. their work,notably among- which are several great credit for being willing to undertake truths that need nut he dwelt upon, for tho I
Alfred/ Tennyson. And hero I would say that the law in rl'fer'l'lIC'e railroads: in the ea! A full nudcomplete '
thereto should bo so amended us to allow which are now ncarlyennipleted. WAR CLVIMS. therefore any measure calculated to
list of the corporations recently organized im'irOor-
:
THE the treasurer to bonds at theirtuarket ate and strengthen the system
GO1L'ItN01t'S.itESSA(7L. purchase
of the Fund of the Unitedtitates 11
accompanies the report secretary The Indian Trust \
value. As it now stands the law develop the educational interest, should be
EXECUTIVE OFFICK, ) provides that he can invest in :State:: or national of state. : holes, and has hell for many years, to at once. I am pleased to see t that I
of the amount
bonds State to
/ TALLAIIVHSDE, Ft.\., January 7, ISrfl.Jitntkmen } bonds at not exceeding their face,value IIOMIXTCAIN.In of of ) with of interest due this! matter is receiving some 811CUlten I
Senate thus virtually excluding him from the regard to the entries and sale of State $1UOO, orrenrgl' tion just: now in the '
( of the, and and interest anc
Atiemlly principal
: on ,
market. land, I desire to make the folio ing suggestions og$.f'I atng. In nil estimates of theStates the newly-elected senator from Georgia, 1
In welcoming you to the capital for the TAXATION. : "l'r speech on this: MlhJec before the United
discharge of your constitutional duties: I UXIFOKMITY The law, as it now stands! : requires the indebtedness: these: bonds: arc mentioned States Senate, ] \: clearly and forcibly
have the honor to lay before you a communication In my message: to the la..t ]legislature: in payment of the purchase-money! in cash but coupled with the remark that as presented the importance of this: subject

left on tile in the executive office referring to this: subject, I said, "It is: naturally upon the entry of any public land, and many the State has large caiumsagainsttime) United that I would be glad to know that a copy of

by my honored predecessorcor F. Drew, the desire of all that the taxes should of our citizens and some! of the poorer immigrants States fur expenses incurred and paid by these the it had found its way to every fireside in our

in which he presents the financial condition lie reduced to the lowest possible! figure; buta : arc unable to do this, and so they settle State: in suppressing: Indian hostilities oll'set, and State and the South. Hut, as the superintendent
be considered
and necessities: of tho commonwealth and certain amount of revenue has to be raised upon these lands without entry. And bonds should as an debts, basso fully discussed the whole subject

tI I I> touches: upon other matters of public Inter. annually to meet the expenses\ of the goy there these squatters remain. They make Jut Hut be included this among matter to the remain State's in this! in his able report, I will do no more than

est. Although 1 It has not been tho custom! ernment and to pay the interest on our only such improvements are essentially allowing has resulted in and continue invite your careful consideration to the

for the out-going governor to address': a communication bonded indebtedness.: To distribute this necessary to health and life ; frcquentlytlmey condition to do to the, :; wi. changes all moditicutionssuggcstcd 1 h him. i
great injustice )
,
to the legislature, yet, upon full burden equally amongst nil tho taxpayers live on in this way for years, exhausting The State claims that the United States arc AMIICULTUIVL i
consultation between Governor Drew std of the !State: should l bo the desire and aim of whatever fertility t thcro may bo in the land, in ST.\18TC. I
indebted to her in a much larger sum,
other and it decided all lovers of fair ami impartial govern off Agriculture is our main support in all the
leaving
( gentlemen myself, was ti and when worn out they move than the face of her bonds, i, l'.
,
for the best interest!' of the :State:: as well as ment. The present revenue laws of this: only worn out land and dilapidated improvements $132,000\principal and if i she is allowed interest which various pursuits of life, and it cannot be too

in justice to him, that ho should lay before State do not seem to fully meet these requirements while, in the meantime, the is her due, an of the ac- carefully flstereIIUell'lu'ourgcl1 In sonic'
the ]legislature Ids' transactions as executivefor Under the present system of !State has received not one cent of tax or remuneration c\ly show u adjustment large balance in her of the "tatl, ugriculuro
a deal of is: assessed theme of the have been established: for the purpose
the last two years. The communication is assessment a great property in anyway for the State is nt disadvantage l.
]less valuation than the and kills the favor. Again, : I grout veloping guarding this most important
) it checks
as follows : at a greatly land. Then, again, condition of her nll
in the accounts
i ExecuTivE OFFICE 'usual selling price' the annual crop would spirit of improvement among the class: of Irl'sl'nt interest, much has been done in this di-
with States
TALL.\HAS-SEE, January 3, 1881. } sell for in the market, and in some instance people settling on these lands. asked: why : to her from the proceeds, any of IUIC'ScOllllng sales of rection for its: prosperity and progress In
less than half the value of the 111(1scarcely build comfortable houses, our present: financial condition wearehardlv I
at crop do not more
Uentlemen of the Senate and Assembly: one-tenth of what the owner would they plllllt fruit trees: nt1l1! 1II11ke other I imiml'ruve. public lands: or any other:source are ttolp"11Ild prepared to take such a decided !itl'pln relation *- ,
It has not been the custom for the out to her debt. And agai to agricultural interest but
demand for the property were he to otter it meats: the reply In\'ariahh' i:4: : 'Ihly is' applcl Indian Trust Fund bear pur ; we may
going governor to present u message, yet fur ,sale.,, This: is n great injustice: to those tate ]land ; I mil not uhle to buy, o\lllliloll't now interest and it is questionable seven at take initiatory steps, which in after years,
after consultation with the members of the percent of benefit and scrvfcc
.. : tax-ptlyCry who return their property to the know how loon IlIIu hel'lItl'r out .\nllon least whether the State will be allowed that \\1 prove great to
cabinet: the governor-elect, and others: it has valuation." is a Imureaushonldonceverheestablislmed
,
assessors: at a legal and just this account many a prevented
l been decided best that should leave on tile Acting upon tho recommendation then from becoming u j Iamidheldcr and utaxpayer. rate of interest: on her caim.1 elrt wusmade bv requiring the tax-us ('SSOr.i to gather
: theellerul
in 18IJO to
n t in this: office fur your consideration a discussion made for u change in the law,tho legislature To obviate these difficulties in adjust and bill introduced all statistical information possible on this

of such matters of interest to the State passed ..\n act for the assessment: : and collection the way of their becoming: tax-payers instead for government that in I Congress was: and referred subject while!making} his rounds. This:matter

i as in my opinion requires it. of revenue," which was: approved) of squatters: and to increase: the revenue to a committee purpose but never was called to the attention of the ]last

FINANCE March 7, 1870! putting in operation tho )present fl'ulIthe public' domain, I think every f'porh'iln" legislature, but they failed to take any action

From the .ronorts.. ... of the tn n.n>nstirr__...'.r mid revenue IllBnt. : this: has failed to accomplish settler or intending settler' upon) State land ';The matter since that time has, so far as 1 1have I that in the regard law to it. At thc-dutics that time I suggested
the ; thing for which it was: intended should; be allowed to for his h homestead defining of the assessors :
pay
very
comptroller, you will see that- been advised, boon allowed to rest until -
should he
The flouting debt] of the State, hiscomptroller's i. t: the equalization of assessments! (say KW( acres, or loss,) in throe instalments.Onethird the present administration\ came into thorn to collect so this amended .a: to require
statistical
nudtreasurer's and the uniformity of tuxes. It was: thoughtthat of the )purchase-money in ('uhnpr.n : Recognizing the and information
vary nits: law when in force one-third two and the 1)ower.) importance while going their rounds assessing taxes and
certificates for and the present put entry, yours necessltyut'stuppumg the large amount of interest -
$a .uuo.- after date of entry, in compile it aratebouk,and w completed -
would increase the assessment from other in threo1rJ h"1
forward
81 annually against us,
during tho past: two years was $21GU accumulating : as! to the
but the assessment meantime land to be assessed: and same to some of
000 to $35,000,000:; or $40,000,000, the tho ole
thisamount there has: been paid 1O.2j5H\ well as the benefits of nn curly settleitu'ntwith the officers of the
has not been increased, and the taxed as: the property of the settler. In this the I appointed cabinl to arrange and
toulhertax-Iayersuml wrung not only a considerable revenue will he general gll'rll'nt. have printed in the proper} manner ;i" andconsidering
injustice
the same way Colonel :S. I. Wailes, city
Making amount outstanding Wiuhington .
I of this
less l lands which of such vital
the State is practiced by some-the brought into the treasury from importance to
Y January 1, '\ $ .5,335 25 to : with the request,that associate: with him thi interest of
decidedly( the advantage are of little or no agriculture and the State at
conscientious man having under the present systemic W. K,
Colonel Hoard.of Tallahasseeasagentsof : :
of Juror and witness
t I Amount N'certificates neighbor :but 1\lloON\'iIllll'thrownopl'n large, und appreciating the vast fund of valuable
-
outstanding Jan- of his: more scrupulous: benefit to the State the State, to represent her before the de and
This is due to the fact that no penalty was fur the encouragement of settling andimprovement interesting information to be
$:.iO51 63 : : at Washington to procure this: settlement
1,1881 : partment thus
nary classes of gathered, I can but
attached sufllcient to carry out the inh'ntionalill among the looser with the distinct .understanding renew the fugges.tion
-- And in order that immigrants which will in and urge you, gentlemen to take
of tho law. citizens ,
t the total floating debt spirit our that the foe was a contingent one of fifteen 1101
Making such action
be able] to remedy this want of the of )ro\e ot incalculable ns \\\ enable us: to give to our
course years j of the
yet cent amount
1 18-U. $31,20 03 you may per citizens.
January culectCl and the
will world
uniformity in assessments, and this imposition benefit to the State of Florida. A home They immediately ( the oxamninution at large some definite
Of course this does not include the salariesof upon the State, 1 think that the present bo placed within easy roach of the i>oorcst, and 'o1nll'l'il of the and reliable information in reference to the "

the executive und judiciary departments law should bo repealed, and in its stead an and a feeling of protection and security will claim, but encountered preparation l difficulties tate'l: in productions and resources! of our State. In
rf for the ]last of 1880\ und for which settlers on public many our sister state of well
: quarter act passed requiring thecotuttycunamissiot- be produced untom'the of the displacement: of OeOI.i:1. as as: in some
t warrants were issued: January 1, 1881 ers of each county to appoint' two tippruis- ]lands\: that will develop the thrift tllllll'l'ono. consequence taut records and documents during the impor-military others, there are of compulsory inspection

The deficiencies for 1871) were : ers, whose duty it shall be accompany the my necessary to secure the menus with which occupation of the State government. of commercial fertilizerswhich in
For maintenance of lug assessor on his rounds, and with him to fix to buy the land. completed the examination far t heir operations are satisfactory not only to
!
antics .$2,908 50 the valuation of all ]lands subject to taxa 1)1)1 III R.\TIOX. us: It1.ilg practicable, Colonel] Hoard wont to Wash u the consumer, but also to the dealer, a they

For contingent expenses thou and who: I of the State!: ......... 17 18-$2,925 74 and shall stand for four years. In this wa)' From her lee State al advantages has always t ollcrcd superior C Colonel Wailes, the lSj atu the proi>or depurtment all Georgia fees during the year 1870, after 1 laying
The deficiencies for 18SO were : all real estate our necessary for the of the -
of
support agricultural
of improvement to immigration, but it is where he expected to find docnmcntsanttutherenidcacebetrfng -
For maintenance of lunatics will will be as inducements bureau, the the
I and surplus
be property
developed, that decided the
...........1,51)1 44 sossed at something like its l'nlh'ahu', and only within the taken past to two secure yours that. any.increaseof claim, and to put the claim in upon such definite treasury amounted from the fund raise,! 1llllnto
For contingent expenses increasing the value of taxable stop was: form be ncr to about $50,000. The udoi\
though larirely and capital for which all arm us to reamed to Congress:
Supreme!: Court 1,33303 property, it will give uniformity of us imputation anxious. Two ago, by an act for the necessary appropriation. On arriving tion of a similar ]law for this lt.Itlall the
yours
tt of :370 i'J now so api oiiitiiient of a State
Tor repairs Capitol segment.And a bureau of immigration in Washington, t'olunel Hoardwith Colonel woull, no
of the legislature, doubt
of collecting section :J4 of produce similar results.
For that
expense: here I would say established with i'owt-r to appoint a Wailes. wont to the treasury depart.anent .
revenue for 1880 the revenue law should be so amended UI: commissioner was for the purpose of inviting and they were mot with the objectionthat INSANE ASYLVM.
'. aud1 previous! years ,OO) 00 of i issuing the IIl''Onll state claim could be
to place] the power and encouraging immigration, with a view no adjusted! or examined Under the act of the
For printing and advertisingeTection warrant for the extension of the time tilrthc'ulll'.tion bottlcment of vacant lands without special authority from Con- March legislature, approved
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to the siHfdy ,during the
hands of the ] pa..t two yearsthis
notices of tuxes in the of the State. This was dune, and lon. gross. On the mooting of Congress those institution ]has been under
t m ; 4,500 00 (comptroller\ entirely, instead of tho county Soth French appointed cOllllllbiol'r, gentlemen prepared n\11 Senator Jones and charge of Dr. W. H. the immediate
Foreman
._ Por conveying prisoners commissioners. As the. law now stands. the. headquarters at JlkI\'il"m he commencedoiwnitions Representative l>avidson introduced in the dent., under the as superinten
: to penitentiary) matter rests entirely with thll.ommb..iun. adjournment of Senate ulllluusl', respectively! resolution of general direction of tht'hoard
bt soon
N in lt>77. 29: OO-$ ,S29 45 ors, who may arbitrarily suspend the collection the tail sovsjon of the Il'gilutun' and has ,lr'l.ting \' of the treasury to -, And commissioners while the of public! institution -

(us has boon done in one county this continued to work for i\1 end. .\ \'xumiut and adjust the claim of the State past two has approlration for the
')bkin;; the total deficiencies of year) to the detriment of the States interest with amapaiyompunying was of Florida\ and to pay her any balance that to the years ben owing
the tve:.> years............$ 33.755 19 besides this, the comptroller, from his po i i- pamphlet published him early in Itj1: which ]has might be found due after providing for her' 'matttnts! very large the increase in the nuimVr lt
The current expenses: of tho tion, coupled with the advice from the governor boon circulated, notwith bonds held i by the Indian Trust Fund. The !ti management, I think, his

!State: for 1879! were. ., 215,017 85 and cabinet is certainly the best qua extelli.d>' and imperfections neeessurilv resolution sway referred to appropriate com.mittecs bt'l, l''u01k.1 and the treatment success-
The current expenses of the State to say when tho collections .hall !t incident to the getting up of such a and amended in l'oJmlte. L hoarl'? }T1 a report of 1>Foreman's to the

for 1830) were-.,.. 107,755 fil be deluycvl. work without any reliable information or making the refl'II' of ) "imixsionm of public insritu.

) These deficiencies wereauticlpatell,and the Ami for many various reasons it would l>t. data, much ggNMl bus 11 done b)' it. Another M''rtUT' of war instead of tho treasury, WnVJ1. *: month.. 'lime! number W iHtfiuber SI.
the urged fur the interest of the Mate tn the department to examine Cl\ tl present suite
.necessity of increasing assessment decidedly has recently }published giving 1111 requiring nay la.t biennial /
but they failed tocarry have tilt revenue law so amended us to require reliable andwill the remit f'Ir was M. blade which
the last) legislature fuller and more 11t tl Congress such time In havelx't'Im
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upon by |
r of the collector'\ books amount I be found uI\mitl'il 1. making total of
out tho suggestions then made, and to the close m) doubt do much towall furthering as may H"patients in the I
this fact as well us to the increased demand the 30th day of November, if wilt earlier, the pumoes of the act. .ing to The resolution, as amended iad the lSjU, tt January asylum from January I,
the several appropriations is due the and the fixing of the halo 1aIf property know that the 1'I.1)\l and oorrojioiidenceof 'naeon the 28th of May last and was on Died, 14' Total 1. JML lharged I>.
on scarcity of funds in the treasury. In private for the IlUn-l'u 'mt'nt of taxes to the tint clay this de much interest awakened \le day ('ritl' to the House but dotted (ruin Us discharged 52, which de-
of the of each instead of the first \ in behalf failed to 1l\'t I the uml'r no"
with prominent members of January year and still in all sections ]pass mlh't that session. pre cent. "'ith 91
._ ..'Mast interviews i l IwMature J urged the 'fixiiigof u lading day of April, us I it now stands.PUBLIC of Florida.g\lwlnj is now landing in the House, and will I tonscieittiomsp! scarcely that! (exception J can

iculerateof taxation ujwn the ground that LAXItt. From the retain of the ('luniIoner it trust, be |uu>sed at the l'n''nt M'iuu. i'lj.til the ay l't'luItill of

{ ,.. aswen ment was increased largely u=* of the will be seen that IU increase in the approprhttion this! resolution pave, thus giving the he KrnentgTTatly huprn'CI untlr
tlut able
If and report
the rate could be diminished; From th very full ', is al..I.111 now that the movement agent of the State access to the tiles and the asyluimu and liluV
opublic
0 anticipated.aile-l, to be increase us much! as commissioner it will be teen increase and has been fairly and some progress I'-n of the war and treasury depart. been hlCtis derived tiierefrutti have beta

\\m 1 exectetIi or, If t tt rate M l'jl her enough to rabesuf. lands. have continued to : ill'lculable to the unfortunate oner




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under our charge." [l'nthlreports and M.txr.trrrii1'k1 txtKUKsrs.I : /"lONDENSED: TIME: CARD) 1 1-'lor"I:1l1ll1t: .! abstracts of all If Savannah, and all Northern Eastern:
expenditures money, provision cannot close: without fulling especial attention OK THEATLANTIC am : MM
?, etc, have been regularly made to to the manufacturing interest and' Western Pities 1.'I.Unll.S1'J'ISII.
the board((, and the expenditure of the appropriation industries of the State. While Florida is 01'1.1"1:::-;'[' INDIA 'rH.X.IT At Lake City daily with the Florida' ('en

has been judicious and economical keeping pace with the other states in many: RAILROAD, tral liuilroud to and 1 from Jacksonville, :-it, Only IHrcrl I.I no to Net Yorh.THE '

and taking into consideration! the respects, casual: glance, will show that slit PENINSULAR: RAILROAD; Augustine, Palatka, Enterprise; : and Landings i

large increase of patient*, which JIl'l'cssarlh'l lags in this one. Something! should ho done ( HWc'o Jintnch,) on the :St. Johns River:

greatly increased the current to encourage and build up in our mid-it i such A siiCUMHERLAND At lIalll'illlllilwith \tllllt"O\l1f( a ,
deficiencies now asked: ns well as the appropriation manufacturing: establishments: and industrial :! ROUTE.In :. and West India: Transit Hallway: (and fronFernandina I"
I is not thought unreasonable! From interests as will put our State in the (;nilll':
the that\ of the adjutant-general; it will be ranks with the foremost of her Southern! -y'vct: February 1ft, lw.tiOIXU with steamers fur Tampa, Key West:! amHavana. -

Been there is: an urgent demand for increased ters, and that will secure for our people that "
and enlarged accommodations at the influx of capital! and skill so desirable: for SOfTH.Leave : At ('hnthahuurhet'tirut' t times weekly with : FINE: STEAMSHIPS: t
asylum. The number of patients: at that institution the I'IIpilljrowth l development of Florida. ,'; the People's\ Line and Central Line Houts\; to

now is so great as to leave no room .\11111 think such constitutional: : amend : Atlanta Mucon: ,
for the accommodations: of any others, unless anent should be made as will exempt any Leave Bran"wick, (;Sa...................
some provision [is made for increased quar such ]interest! or establishment( from taxation Arrive Fcrnundinu, Fla\ .......... .....10.15( : .\. M I. 11'oulrull'and tf'-Elegant: : \ :Sleeping Lucas\ and Parlor Ilall1'1'Coaches, C'lTY OI1 1>.\ 1,1AS.

..% ters. for the first I five or ten years after its: commencement Leave Ft-rnandina.......................10.150:\ A. M. tween Tallahassee\ and Patent Jai'ksoiuille.run CAPT. RISK.ONE I

PENITENTtAKY.The of operation Arrive Huldwin, Fla......... .........? 1.25p.MLeave :! time
connection I
iT-iJuick sure perfectsafety.
efforts! to make the penitentiary, or, : of the above Steamers will lca\e
.
self (.O f'I.t""W Haldwin for Jacksonville; .., 1.30: p. M. J.HI.It:) ( VLIET,
more properly, the state convicts, stls- In closing! connection with the executive Arrive Jucksomille (Cum. Route).. 2..T:! : p. M I t. 20-tf Master Transportation.III : for New York every Friday
taining, have not proven fruitless. Under (to suit thl(tide). I
1 desire
the act authorizing: the same, the contract department of the IIl'tlll'tall'State:, sincere to express Ll'a'llallwlll) for Cedar Key....... l.OI'-M.: This line, having no a transfers! to make I
t for their hire for- 1879 and 1880, was given to to the people : mv Arrive Waldo (Junction I'. 15.: U) .. 1.11 1 p. M. \IT nod OCiMIII S(4>llllllM>lltS. between

Major 11. A. Wyse! of Live Oak, Flu., who thanks for the honor I they conferred I in electing \ I Leave Waldo: .,....... ..................... 4.20 I'. M. "n __ __._ ____ ____ ____ \
gave: good and sufficient! bond for the fulfil : me to the office I aiu'iihout deliver to Arrive (;lUinosville........................ 5.17' I'. M. I FlmX.Xmx.XI l 1 I NEW YORK,
ment of the terms of the contract, which required honorable successor: : and to thank them l Leave Gainesville; ........................ 5.2t!)II'. M. x iv: s ( I r.: nI.. I.: Offers the )

of him to pay all costs! accruing after for t the confidence and I i support 1 have of everreceivedn'hiletibrhargingtheunities Arrive Ce lar Key........................ !J.eo( ; p. M. REST( AND CHEAPEST: TRANSPORTATION -
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to the convicts at the 'governor. Trains to Jacksonville and North of Baldwin
sentence ; receive Jail TO .-*.
It affords me pleasure to be' able to FlOHH.lll'IElt
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of the county where sentenced, and to tarnish daily. -

all necessary food, clothing the ,health and medical and say faithfully that the and several economically: department"administered have been, COIN; } NOUTII. 1 (aola.\: } g { i" i.oicinv J care Vegetables in and. Fruits will receive special

attention requisite! to and it has ever been mv constant aim and Leave: Cedar Key.......................... 4.15 .\. M. "_ __i ___* hllllill
comfort of the prisoner!*!, and to thus' -100 per earnest! desire to throw the) weight of executive Arrive On i IIl.I\. 'lIl'........................ 8.11 A.M. PASSENOER:: : .ACCOMMODATIONS

annum into the state treasury, makinga influence on the :side of 1'1'011011IThl' Leave Gainesville........................ ..;,II A. )I. FIRST-CLASS. .
: clear saving to the state of more than $!,IIOU reins of :government were as-Mimed) when Arrive Waldo ((1'. It. K. June.)...... JIM( .\. M.I ,. J N LAN D -\tS'I'I.I Tho offered the advantages
and than $:!IMIO) 187(1.( l truuTmg public are
over 1878, of more commissioners, of over institutions the :State: with a depreciated credit groaned: I.I'a1'.alllo......................... .. .... II.;,:; .\. N. of DIRECT LINE WITHOUT
public
The board her ................ .. I ,
members of it under a hl'n'Ill.ht, and in restoring: Arrive Daldwin..... .... .1'! 17 I' M.feave ANY CHANOES. ( made
or some togetherwith obstacles : It <> AT 1(1111'A X Y 'OIII'I.tolll at
myself, have visited the rump where even to her present condition, many : Jacksonville (Cant 1:1I\111'.11.1.i: ) .\. M. C Jacksonvilloilli: all !-tl'II''II:1 for all

they were kept, and they were always found \ and difficulties had: \ to he met and mastered. Arrive Haldwin..........................12.30:! : p. M. -"--<-" "" points' on the St. John's, OcUlaxuihu( and

,well treated and wired, for. This contract I retire. i from the executive chair with the. Leave -Haldwin.. ......-. .......-.-..........12.:! .in I'. M. .o \Indian ln'rl,1111 .with the Transit! Rail

expired on the l first day; uf the present: consciousness: of having honestly! endeavored Arrive Fernandina: ...................... :3.10( I'. M. .- 1'011111 Fl'rallllill for all railroad stations
FloridaFREIUHT
month. with to prove true to the oath administered Leave Fernandina: ....................... :1.45: 1'. M. f, ,. '.: 1.: in
Early in December, after consultation upon) my inauguration. Leave Hrunswick: .............. ......... 8.00P.M. 1 t -J / ( ; AND :: ; RAT1XAS

the hoard; it was thought best! to advertise In the many arduous duties I have had to Leave Mucon............................... 8.40 .\. M. & :,k_ LOW .\: HY 1.\-EXOII IXIHI-I') ; ; LINES.7tfThrough .
for =
forbids for the hire of the convicts another perform, the officers of my cabinet\ butte always Arrive Atlanta, (!hi....................... 1.15 I'. M. 1 ..__ Rates and Hills of Lading
be receivedand o :
that they might >
so r '
year : :
opened, and the contract awarded, before :yielded their tendl"I"tlIl'POI.t! and Trains to Cedar Key 111111lIulh: of Hald- to all points *

: the first of Jan nary, since usually persons: (counsel. The harmony our intercoursehas will daily except Sunday.I'INISSI'LAIL No SEASICKNESS: No OCEAN DANOEKSTIIK For passage! or further information, apply
and this will
been unbroken for they ,
having contracts to make for any considerable IIAI1.1 OA 1), to
amount of labor consummate: their arrangements ever he remembered by me with the most ( \\\aMo\ Itra/urh.) R. W. :SOUTHWICK: ( ( Agent,

in time to commence operationswith pleasant recollections. lIIIIStlot'Tn.. : STEVMKKS: Fernandlnu.

the opening year. Accordingly, due Very respectful: !U Uo., F. PHEW. Leave Waldo\. Junction................ fl.OO .\. M. C. H. MALLORY & (CO.,

advertisements were made throughout the Leave Hawthorne....................... 7.40.If.. CITY' <>r IiRIIZGlTll\: Pier :.._),East! River, New York. 2-tf.

State, and bids were received, and on the I ask for this communication carl.flllllllllI'l' Arrive Loddoosu: ......................... 1'.10.\. )[. i -- '---'- -
IHth of December were opened. The East: : a Ami n.'lt ('I..VIMC.fpASSKNOEu SIUI:1: SClIEILiI.1I:
, to consideration: as it II'l'ntl1)11)1) \ (JOIXO NOUTII.Leave .
Florida Railway Company agreeintr hand pay matters of vital moment to the interest of Lochloosu: .................... ....10.00) .\. M. '
$15 a year for each convict now on the State. Leave Hawthorne........................10.45.. M. TIm THE tlTI'II:114:
, and fur all to be received during conviction the year; I also{ invite your careful examination of Arrive Waldo Junction................l:!.15 I'. M. .f' l.\T"t Nr-- _I
after ---1
; all costs accruing .
. to pay ; the lucid and full reports of the several departments Trains 1'1'011I1I1t11l to Lochlnosuand I : : return i ci'1'1'1'(11\'I' 1 1I
J to receive the convicts at the jail of the % { ST. JOIIXS \ }
where convicted and to furnish all herewith transmitted. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.CONNECTIONS., .{ : ] ----1( : -! I
county Tinier the existing of biennial, 0 IM 1.\ w'L ._____r
necessary! food clothing, and medical attention .. system: ) t -
i latitesessionsa
awarded the contract. This bid largely-increased: responsibility .
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was ATLANTA. -'
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i is 11evol\'clll1pon you, and! your meetings 1.1I.
being so advantageous; I, and the company concern more deeply than before the Close connection i is made: at Atlanta: in., ;L
being willing, it was made for two years to and fl'UlIIlIlI North l'ust,11'cst milNurtltlvest \
points !
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of beloved State. In this *
prosperity u our ageof
l instead: of one. They have given good, amiHillicient : MtMiim-r ('U, of Ih'Idgcioll,
of [inaction of : daily
error
the of their progress, two years or
contract bond and nu for doubt performance the prisoners will upon the vital subjects o'f immigration, \T MAt'li, d\., ('.u JOHN FITX(; F.IAI.D: ),

internal improvements and education tiny: With Trains: for Eufanla, Columbus, (!b.,
fire equally us: well if not better, than Waits at I'el Intunlina: for thin )11111101111
well i involve a loss thatIlIIot be recalled. Montgomery, Mobile: and New Orleans.) ; :
within walls of ( Trains i of "
locked up the a penitentiary. later Thursday night Vegetable \17 I ILL leave I Fernanillna for JacksonllleM
occasion
If I 1 shall take at a
Certainly, this curtailing: expense: and necessary: AT FEUX: .\NDINA I Kl.\., und Palatka and Intcrmcdiato landings
,
the bringing into the treasury: from $:!,;"M' day With to call the(other assurance matters, gentlemen to your attention, of my With New York and Fcrnandinu Steamship .\T\XTIl (; tIl ,\: W1IST INDIA) on the St t John's Hwr,111 Savannah p

to jjsj.ooo annum, makes it much better .from. New York at
per hearty cooperation with in all measures Line on Wednesday, ANDPENINSl'LAU and ( Charleston, as 1 llowl:
for the tux-payers! of the State. appertaining to the welfare you of the State.anti 10.'iOa.: m., annul for New York on Frilalit I I l UAII.IIOADS I I I
The number of convicts on hand: January : harmonious and .'{.lop. m.; from Nassau, N. P., on Wednesday ( From Feniandina
1, 187'J, was 101 ; pardoned, Hi; escaped, j'i; wishing you an agreeable: \ ; for Nassau: : N. P.. on Wednesday.[ leaving Centre St Dock direct for : !
useful session: I 11111I. very respectfully\ In'l lvnn.IIlh. FOR JACKSONVILLE: : : > .\,
died, 8.The "'. 1) HI.OXIIVM, lovcrnor.. With U'lIrJiuIIIIII Florida Inland Steamboat : Passengers q.('Its are assured 1.\1.'I
number, of convicts on hand Januaiy i ('0. from Savannah on Tuesday, Wednesday Ifl'onll''liol at Stn'unnuI&\ with the steamships ,EVERY: : WEDNESDAY.-liA: : \ .

1, 18NJ, was 151 ; pardoned, lii; escaped, (Ii; Some youngster recently dropped the following l- Friday\ and l1l1llarli'r' Savannah: onTuesday and trains for the North.Sloanicr '
died 0.In From Fcrmmdina
FriI:1:11111 Sn)1tiay.11'ith
note written( in u sprawling hand.on
compliance with the above-mentioned brown into one of the letter-boxes nt Charleston Steamers \LAY i. John's and ('Inri", FOR SAVANNAH A.M. CHARLESTON
has turned )paper) Hlnle ,
the adjutant-general and Charleston
contract Point from Suvunnuh
1'ostoilice )Ir deer Santa Cluus Wont City ) : t i M
over to the company I:!) convicts, for the : for criMnas nice: torch \\'t'IIJI'slllIHlIII Sunday : for Savannah and ('.\I' I' H. WAI I1!:I :o-EVERY: : FRIDAY.-O.S.
pleas bring me u
you
hire of whom he received ami( paid: into the Charleston"! )IOIlIla1I1It\ Friday.With .
lite prosscssion,: on horseback: so i can ride Leaves Centre St Dock every 11'edneslnymnlSaturuluyI'nrS.11'ANN.1II Close made with stcunu-rs fur
treasury $1t5o.CRINIS.I1.IxD. Steamer Flora( daily\ to and from St.Mary's t. 11'1l u'tHIJl'NSWH'K l'ollll'liol
myself.: and and from tlldtlI )11,1011'1 Il' 11111: I', also with htcum-
( to
Sii., semi-weekly :1I1'rlli
FROM JUSTICE.An : ,
FnilTIVKS / ST. ; ; ) and
.\ queer freak of u plant is noticed South St. )[ar's liver( Landings. rDlx'r n.\Inx t kklawall ;; a No nt Savannah
appropriation: was made: by the last Rend, Ind.. where a wild clematis vine has 1))1(11'i.1.; with Meami-rs for New York Philadelphia, I
legislature for the "arrest! of criminals and forced its way through a brick wail into the AT W.IiUIX.. KL\., Itoston! ( and Haltinioro.und at Charlestonitli F

fugitives from justice! Several rewards parlor tfl'x-mayur)1 houseand is growing With Trains for Live OakTallahassee, and .llciiiortuitlii. steamers for Now York, Phlhulclphiii, Haitinoro i.

have at different times, been offered formurders like u thrifty IIOIHC plant. 1l1'1I1t'1'1'1111I. all points in Middle\ and, West Florida., Steamers; are connected by Through Tariff m and with XOltll'II:1 r& South Carlo-

1 in various parts of the State but to the parlor between the wall and the mop AT I.oclll.oosFLA.., with the Atlantic, (:uhf t West India Tln. inn Railroads rnl :North East and
none have been paid( out of this fund, as board and is than two feet high. sit and Peninsular West.FIRSTCLASS.
Theproper : now more With Steamer Ali>lm f-ir, all points and IIirlll"III.1 Savannah 4J +
of the criminal were captured.
none papers having been tiled, and the law -- ::!" -- =-- ---- --- landings: on Orange: Lake, on arrival of Peninsular with X!-t'all and I lIalllllul'I'{ Philadelphia 1 : I PASSENOER 1: ;I ACCOMMODATIONS.
I'W
nulla'outls. Itailroad Train. llttoli. I 1 1 .
relating thereto duly with several For :-tllh'.I: all Ith'rlal .
extradition\ 11111
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requisitions: for the of fugitives ATHVINOVII.LE; KLA., to ( Through Tickets und Staler. units si-cured(
apply following Agents
from justice in other states have b'elllllull" "I 1 LORIDA: CENTRAL RAILROAD.-: With Stage Line for Ocula and Tampa[ on and (Oilier 11ar:; nlldl information furni.-hcd ut older J cor

and ten were brought back and either tried Monday, Wednesday and Saturday ; from J. L. Iloumillat !( and l Second. streets.
or committed to n wait the action of the JACKSONVILLE, Fi.March lit< 1879. Ocala unl'I'tuupu'fumes.luy, Friday and( Sun Agent Fl'rIIIIHlu.I, l'entre t FII.-llt.' I Third.Savannah ., 20-ly C. A. NO YES.Moi .
On and after this date Trains this Road :11'1111111
courts. In every instance, I am on day. : (ia.-(Cor. Sis. _, u ,
hay0cuniplieti 111 ) ,
silt', the executives of other !states will run us follows : ATl'KUAK KEY, TLA., Pnhiski and( 1111 House. >* uud'I'lnwttre.s'I'ItII7r1' .

promptly with the request.CONSTITUTIONAL : PAY PASSENGER( (KXCEIT SI-NUAV.) With Tumpu Stcamshiu CO.'H Line for opposite ksunvillc, Fla. :1'\1 Hay and Pine --- .-- --.. -- -

CONVENTION. Leave Jacksonville 8:30: A. M. Tampa and Manatee Monday: and Thursday, (..m., Dr.) L'Engle'.s; Drug( Store; .\. C. Lanlihcre : : A ItlCOTIIDK.: .
West and
Leave Haldwin !0:30 I:: .\. M.Leave at 4 p. m., nnd for Key Sunday Til.kdJ.l'lt ; .\. L. Hnngciford, \
In accordance with the terms of'the Lake City :: S .,. M. Thursday! at (8 p. ul. Agent.St. Second Street, opjioslte 1'u.t-Ottke,
joint resolution of the legislature, approved Live >. With the United States and Havana Fast '
1OO .
Leave : i M Augustine: Fla.-On the Hay, K. 1' .
March[ 4th, 1870! the question of a Con. Arrive Savannah H15; I'. M.Leave Mail Sttumuer.lduirnl for Key West, 1 luvana, .\ !
f-titutionul Convention was submitted to thepeople Cuba, on arrival I of Special; Train, every Tuesday rllrOI"Wllt
: Savannah 8:00 .\. M.Leave I kl, {' unit hers & ('o
at a l'nl'I'llll'll..t1on! held! on the :I'd Live f 5:55: I'. M.Ixave afternoon, at 1.30: 1'. III, From Havana, ?

day November last at which time there take City .......I41: p. M. Cuba, and Key West every atlll'llar.I'c:: I Agents. (U'HTAVE I : LEVE.ieneral : I:. 1
were cast, according to the ollicial canvass cial train to connect.!
Leave Ualdwin 7:05 (
: P. >r. .
of the State canvas. ing board, 14,713 votes Arrive at Jacksonville 8:I.G1<> I'. bl I. With Steamer: 7ir/?-;V, for points on the W. I"'.I'W''IjI'ri'lt., Er E
for a convention, and :!:I,2S1'otl'S against a Stiwannee Hiver: on Thursdays at (Ii nit. m. Savannah h r. a
MAIL AND I'XI'HI'l.UL:: :: : ( \'.) O'J'rl A'fiit k
would that such
convention. I suggest: legislative For information respecting routes, rates,
J. N. HAKHIMAN
Leave Jacksonville! 5:30: : I'. M. J.
be will be '
action taken as necessaryto : etc., :apply to
11 : .
take the initiatory !steps towards ridding Ll'a'c'hite House. (;i:15: 1..1. .\. O. M\cDONELL) ; Manager.NT. !
the constitution! of such features as are objectionable. \ [A'ave Haldwin............................ 7:00: I'. +1. icn'l Ticket and Pass. Agent. ---- --- .- i ii

Leave Darbyville... 7:25: I'. M. I) M\XWELL: ., icn'l Supt.:: 21JACKSONVILLE. .VIAICY'S ICIYIIIC: IVVC'KKT.' : iI i
Leave Sanderson. 8:07:( I'. M.
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ELECTION LAWS. I
Leave Olusfce) :.JII': M.
:\Olllt of laws or combination of statutes :. 1'1N: :U'OI.XU
)It. Carrie. O.oi: .
on thissubject, underexistingcircumstances, Leave I' M. '; KAILItOAD.: : ) t1; ;t trt t
Arrive take City. 05o: I', M.Leave M.13TEIt'rlt.txsWnLTiTnJN'tl1)FFIcr, I : -
would
can be produced which operate so _
Live 2:15 .,. 0
: M. TALLAHASSEE Fl. ., 3 (rut). j jOn ,
well as to give perfect satisfaction to all. Arrive Tallahassee..................... ":!"<) A. M. February ,
From many sections come cries of irregularities Arrive Albany.10:45: A. M. and after Monday February! :2, lli""I." ; STEAMER: I'LOICA.

and fraud, and without stopping to Arrive Savannah. ll.no; A. !If. 'passenger: trains of this 1'011I1111 run as follows 1'1' CtPT. JOHN IlICHAUDSON, STOVES l, HEATEl: : RANUER.S.: .
discuss: the justice or Injustice of these I viz:
; Leave Savannah 4:3o: )II.. M.
will sav that every voterihould have thrown IA'a"oI"all)' 4:001': M.Ixave PASSENGEK: in:\IN-1.15'1': HOl'ND. WI 1. H'X ON THE HT. MAUY'rf KIVr TIN 'AM. SHELT-1RON WARE,
around him all the protection >os Hile to secure Leave Chuttuhoochee..daily' at..... 21M'< folirlivsJA'ave
] Tallahassee 5:45: I'. M.Leave i- M. during: til season us : 100 FI NO .\SI(W'l"nmXC:
his perfect iiideitedence in preparingand Live ( 2:15: A. M. Leave Juiney.................... ...... :322P.M.Ixuvc : Sr. r\t"1 1:1'EIt1'WNIAY and
casting his ballot, and that no means Ix-ave take City 3:50 A, M. : Tallahassee: ) ............. ...... fi i 80Op. M.Ixave '1111'h ').\ (; at (j o'clock, fur CUCUJIHER WOOD PUMP, ETC.;

should be left to effectually check every bj eeies Leave Mt. Carrie. 4:18: .\. M.LeaveOlustcc Monticello .............. ...... 7 10 p. M.) 1.'tIX.\XI'IS.\; and I wl leave FEUXAMUNA A large stock of Stoves on hand live ui \

of fraud in our elections. : .,. 4:40: A. M.Leave Leave (iret-nville; ............... ...... 838/ p. M. same iLiys ut X a. II., for .uu'I'sl'KYV u und compare our l prices with those of

Sanderson............ 5:20: A. M. Ix-ave Madison[ .................. ...... !U2 Jfj I' M. md all iiitermciliatM[ landings on the river. > (1.houses, here or elsewhere.
ROADS AND ROAI LAWS. Leave Darbyville... 5:.".,) A. St.IA'aveitalilwin Leave Live Oak................. ..... ''ISA. ),. Returning EVERY: TUESDAY and FRI-! -- .- -
Notwithstanding the many changes in the \ 0:40 A. M. Arrive Savannah[ ............... ...... U 01.\. )f. 1)wwlll arrive at Hr. MAKY'H ut : p, II., -

road laws of this State, there I'tilll'xi"t good IA.'Uvl.'hlh' House...................?. 7:05 A. M. Arrive Thomxsville: .......... ...... II .V> A. )f.rrl"c ouching nt 1'tlISASI'IS.\: 1)'I'X'I'H ubtalnc for for new 11\.utlul\[

ground for dissatisfaction and complaint as Arrive Jacksonville.................... 7:50; A. M. .\ Albany ................ ......10 25 A. M. On WEDNESDAYS: ) and SATURDAYS Caveats. or improvement il iUII'
to the condition of the roads in most of the On Mail and Express Train Sleeping Can Attire i.akeCity'................ ...... 33.i A. M. will leave Sr. .:Ihll\'llt 8::
counties. In some way the laws as they through to and from Jacksonville\ and .\rriH'lIalllwin................. h...... '' 25 A. M. 1J tharUTcd 1'.u urllvIJ toInngeucKK turd (patent business' prulllth' attended .",
now stand are inoperative i in so far as! correcting Savannah run also Lucas Cars ArrituJaekstnviile........... ...... 7 50 .\. M. tl. JX\X'frXH; .: HEEN
the condition of the roads is ; Sleeping run .. JJ.J'I'U: ; ; Itlll most ('Ut', l he pai.
concerned and from Jacksonville and TalFEUNANDLVA Arrive Fernandina......... ..j4111. M.
for in many instances they continue through to Arrive (iaincsville ............ ...... 501 t'. )f. 1 ) '. l l U\'IIJit"'\ tht U. S. Put-
laha.'I..ee.
other of (interest in
bad. However, I feel confident that the legislature Arrive ('Vilar Key .............. ...... f D :'JO 1'. M. and |l'urll the vicinity emit Oillce, and \ '; Il'I. )
will fully realize' the imi>ortance of EXPRESS: : ; (UoUL'U'c \.) u{ Fernandina. N1XS 1 EXCLUSIVELY: ; we ran 1.urt'lot. 'j

this subject! which forms a of the material Jacksonville.... ..................11:15.I.: PAS.SENCJEU: TUAIN-WEHT. : ; HOUND. ('nt' In f.1 time tlUI those whu are j
part Arrive Haldwin... :::O 1'. M.Arrive Leave! Jacksonville ......llail) at.... 5 30 p. M. Through IIIIN of I.iuIiiiK nun rt'llut. J

advancement of the State, and which Fernandina...................... 3:40 p. u.Leave Ix-ave Feniandina ............ .....10 :30 A. )I. \\&llliljtul. smd fckttch, ;.
is : ( Steamers to all II\ntuN
: so to the convenience by \111 .r
essentially necessary Leave fiaincaville ....... ..... ...... U (ro: IAI.IOHY'H IXJo mllt
Fernandina.......................10:30: A. M. M. search in tlc' anti
1 and UII\"Ulitucuf all! its citizens. ) w'
;, leave Raid win. l:2Op. M. leave Cedar! Key .............. ...... 4 3o A. M.Ixauo Ililll tie "a. dvU- us tu Its patentahilily / Unit. ,

CAPITOL AXD GROL'.' IM. Arrive Jacksonville 2:35 1'. M.I'a..etigers Haldwin ................. ...... 7 <)0 p. M. t1Oo C'oiiiieclloii Girrtsi.noleneh conrideiitlal[ : fee' Jn-

The for the and improvement fur Fernandina and Cedar Key Leave Luke City ............... h...... 'J.J" I'. M, ; and NO CHAROE UNLIi-S(PAT-"

appropriation of the capitol and repairs grounds has take thU train.. No train from Ualdwin to Leave a\.allllah ............... ...... 4im) p. !M. made with the New York all Savannah I1llc J.X': is OHTAINED.
) Leave Live Oak..............._ ...... "hi
)
been entirely exhausted, and there Is a small Cellar Key on Sunday.CONNECTION A. f. Steamers. Mark all goods] Care of Ht'ItrPIlrlf We refer by |lo'rlllMiul to the City 19s tMaster *
deficiency asked the outstanding *.-At Jialdwin\ with .\., O. it leave Madison ................. ...... 351 A. M. Ft-rimndina." und tu Sujt-rintciulcnt of thoostonue !
to
cover Leave (Jrcenvillc; ............... ...... ."'* '
bills[ incurred in illlllrOWlIlellt' W. I. T. II. II., for Cedar Key, Gainesville 4 A. M. ) ).\ FOR ) Order in Wu.h.ngton. .
Money
and necessary Fernandina and all.oillb North and Ix-avc Montictllo .............. ...... .'\ (II) A. M. (00f'CO; and Tourists I'.S For Jiviliul irculsj .
rt'l'uiN. it is to and lulu and tlliial : i t adr
gratifying me Jxl'unilli"t. rcr"rt'IC'I
Arrive TalUtha -c............ ...... 7 OO A. M.Ixrave 11J'N. wi '
for Tallahassee Albany a the vic term etc. ;
sure will be to all to the decided West at take City at".tin" '
pleasing see ; '* trit scenery 1,11 >
TalUhawe.............. .. 8:1): A. M.Leave )
is and
that has been affi-cted by Savannah and all points North and ('1'It ; grand alligators game .\. > 0.,
improvement utiI" \
the 11< jutant. l'nl'rulin the judicious ex-n-| ut Jacksonville with t. John River Steamer : Qiiiney.............. ..... ......IH U; A. M. ubiindant.Tor :2-tf Ol'p.I'ut nt Otl'(8Xo'C. Wluhll! D.O .

chtul'e of a part of the appropriation for the J. t S. )ldI.I: f\", Arrive Chattahoochee....... ** .....11 30. A. M. further information apply tu -- t. -

neat and tmWamiul fence enclosing; thel-ap- \\'. M. DIVIIWN, MaUr Transp'n.Sujieriutendent. ('OXXI:<."fIOXH. JOHN l'l.\1USOS, PRINTINoTlu every style, anJ at
JOB
itol ground At Live Oak daily with the Savannah, 25-tf 'cruntlina, Fla. Lowe eaten, at the 'Mitu )B (mt". i ii iI i




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J I THE-: :FLOKIPA::: \Miimo, 1 1S.tTUlWA1" gross upon the educational 1 bill before adding ernor, giving a statement of the work of the THE I'LOllWA Cf 1'SL'S COMPLETE.IE1'ARTMF.NT.OF. INTERIOR
THE
to burden ,
our by an increased school administration
during the last two years, CENSVS OFFICE,
; JANUARY M, 1891.CVMIIEHLAXD tax. and the condition in which it leaves it. WASHINGTON! I). C., January 0, 1881.

---! ---.-. ---- ----_. --------..----.----- Cannot our expenses be reduced ? It will ,. This. document i is clearly written and its The following statement exhibits the results of the first count of }population accordingto }
T so U.1J. be seen that the heaviest item of our expenses suggestions are easily understood, and sensible the schedules returned to the census office by the enumerators of the several 11lstl'lcl5COIIC'rnell. !

is in the matter of ('r tninl1llwool'cu- : : .
The !
engineer department has sent in their I oC the population in relation to any township! town, city or county i'4
I.l\ estimates to Congress for the various work of tion*. The State paid $04,000( for jurors and Governor Drew reports n deficiency fr; still The subject statement 10 possible corrections by} reason! of the discovery of Ol11lSMonS or (11Ilhcl1tfonsof ) (
witnesses
river and harbor, improvements, and the lost year. Many of the offences the past! two years of $33,755.10, which has names in tile lists of inhabitants retnrt1(1. '
CL committee on commerce is now considering are of trivial character, nnd could be summarily been caused by the fact that under the Internal --- tal- -Ii ; : : TC'e;
of --I : ative. I oreign ll'bite. I
the various items. With the disposition disposed by an amendment of our revenue laws, passed at the previous COUN'fIES. I Male. I'emale. e .

St. : which has been evinced criminal laws. For all trivial offences! petty session, it was supposed! atilt the assessmentof ------ -- ,--1'--- ,--
to favor the carrying 2Ii'1,5I'O 134,011nG15: 250,8il !); 125,317
larcenies! assaults The State. "''''''''' i \ : 141,2.40'
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trespasses, etc., let there the State would reach 'I '
: out of important works on the Southern as high as $x0,000,- :=: i

'\( I sea-coast, we trust that the recommendations be a police judge with the powers of the 000,1\1111( the rate of taxation was based upon tnC'hua.........................i lO,4fJ2 ; : : i,r)IO ;!) IRa 0,444,: loots
A I of the department will be mayor or recorder of n city court, with that value. As this valuation was not real Ha k'r.............................. 2.:1031: 849-, 1.()!):! 2,2)1; : 10 lJO ,643
liberally )power to award fines or imprisonment and Brac1flml..1 Hll2,1,, 3l1i'' 2.1n1! fJO\O, ;\ 82 4,82'1: ,, l,2IO! t.Ilrevard .
) concurred in as regards the harbors on our I compulsory labor the ized, the rate prescribed did not bring into ...........................' 1,41i : lit!) 659: 1-121: 57 1,381:' Oi
coast. The two most important of these arc on highways. This the treasury sufficient amount to cover the Calhoun ..........................! 1179''I 795\ i84 ,1.M71' 2:: 1,18.1;, :mH.;
the improvement of the entrance to Cumberland would dispense with a large expense of feeding expenses of the government. To remedythis Clay................................I ._).c"3 i 1,461, 1,378 ),7'O({ I 7$ 2213, "/:-" ,)
r'Y prisoners grand and petty juries, in petty evil he that law similar Colmunbia.........................1 9,539!I 1, 4,853 4.73-1 n.71 32 4RO:! 4,767!)
Sound and the mouth of the St. Johns cases, and would be more effectual.Legislative suggests a to 11\llc...............................1 194 12n iI 101 33 1110,, 4
I river. For each of these improvementsthe that in force in Georgia, allowing a sliding u\'al...............................i; li.3-14 RJRIi'' 8f"Jlj) 10,4641 880 in!I' I1.(.iiEscanibia
I Y department has recommended an ap- expenses could probably be scale of taxation, to be at the discretion of ........................G 12,157; I 5,9-10: G,211 11,436: i21 6,852: '' 5,31)3
propriation of the sum $350,000.. The reduced by careful inquiry.The the administration, so that, upon ascertaining Franklin ..................:.....;1 1.7)1! 007, RiH lnl1')1 120 1,199'! 5092Gadsden.
1{ report assessments could be made by district the total .......................... 12.167! 5,931 0.24. 42 4,112 ,Oi
of the survey of a canal route across assessors! at no increased amount of assessment just so Ihunilton........................t,794). ; j,, 3,4031 3,387 6i811 fI 4,4i2 2,318Ilernando
T Florida made by General lillmore, embraces expense. much and no more for taxes shall be imposed : ......................... 4,248.1:! 2.2-1fJ: 2.002 20} 3.3W i iItillsi n2:)
\ the entrance to Cumberland Sound Our suggestion, then, would be- as shall meet the appropriations allowed orough................... 2,987 2,82 5,6391 175 4.00:1: 9111Iolmes
i 1. A more accurate assessment! by an assessor by the legislature.otlcinj. : ........................... 2,170, 1,0)8 1,112 2lfJi?! 3 2,043, 11'17
ns the Atlantic outlet of this great work, in each election district, and a simplification Jackson ..,......,................ B,372 i.13H i.242 14.30, 22 51012 8i40
nnd contemplates the deepening of the chan- of ; the fact that there is unequal re- .T'lferocon: ......................... 16,06) i.nIO: 8,1& 16.016! 4n 3,3ml 12.nWi;
net to twenty-six feet, the proposed depth of the assessment rolls. turn of property-the dishonest returningtheir Ia1Fayette.......................: 2.,1-10, 12297! 1,1-13 2,43.5; 5 2.21)71;' Ui3
the canal Tho Cumberland 2. The including of furniture, watches, property for much less than its value, Leon......... ..................... W.l f 4) 967/ !I 10.0f) If1.fii3 87 Z.R1j' 1,813'r. (
importance of and ail kinds of personal property. the honest }.('\ ............................... 5 ; 1: 3,0 1 2fJSn 5.J311! 133.i32/; 203.;
Sound in the general system of coast and 3. The requirement of tux nil thereby having to pay an unequal 1.berty ........... ...............' 1j11"f,: (Jill Gin 1,361: 1 n4: 'r>>
harbor defence is strongly urged by both the n on litigation tax !In consequence-be recommends that Mwiivoi .......................... 1-I,7f11i i i,22 i")73, 14.7iI: 25 1fi08' ;: !J.WI!
war anal departments while the to be paid to the clerk of the court two appraisers bo appointed in each county Matultee .........................' 3,655; ; ln2.! 1.i30 3.5f1SI 57 '3,317, 138
navy com- before he issues the process! who shall make tho rounds and assess the Marion ...........................1 13,04(1 I n.82, fi,41i4 ? 83 4.7.J1], 8.30.3
mercial importance of this harbor is being 4. A moderate per cent on all stocks of their Monroe........................... 10,8671, : fi,3.10 5,537 5,302 5lI.,' 7,659; 3,208assaa
I If yearly developed by the extension of the merchandise property, assessment to he final for X ............................ Ii,(h). 3,445' 3l.in J,43.1 2(12( :! 3,075 3,51k O (
f railroad system of Florida and the new avenues or on average sales. four years. Orange............................ nms, : 3rio.i:l 2,755 6.31f 1 302. .'),'m,') 1,023l'olk :
of communication 5. An imperative poll tax to be paid as a He reports that by the efforts of the ad- ................................ 3.1531 1.n4 11IJ 3,150, 3 3.033 120
being opened up requirement before voting at any election.APrOlXTMEXTS. ministration there have been obtained from 1"utnam..........................., ? 2.RO-t; 2m2 5.2iO; 2ff 3.2.7'' 22Wt.
1 I- in connection with and tributary to the ex- .101I11s..,....................... 4,5351! : I 2.2i., 2.2m 4.3.m,, 181) 3.1iO 1,361
isting routes. Along the whole Gulf coast the United States 3,701,880 acres of swamp Santa UOln..1 J.O-l. I 3,3171 3,32 J/J-ti'' flS 4.ii2,: 1M73Sumter

) streams are being opened to navigationand and overflowed lands to which the State was .............................: 4.GI(0;( i 2.4IH! 2.HlO 4,6.59! 27 3.11)1 1,185
up It may be regarded as ccrtaljt that not the I still! entitled, but which heretofore had not Sovuumee........................1 7,162 : ,i.I'?' 3,405 712. 37 I 402' 3'140'f
.r: the products of the country are increasing State debt the Internal been claimed obtained.As ,n .1 or.. ............................ 2,2791' 1,IDJ'"Ofl3 22")1 I 4 21141', II;!"a1,797
nor
ImprovementFund or '
wonderfully, nil of which seek their \ )111 1I\.1 3.941 1.41i 127 2,730, / 538
outlet on the Atlantic seaboard at Fernan- nor the systems of transportation, nor the present system of cash paymentsin ''.akUlla..j 2,7:?: 1.32.i 1,31! 2.712: 11 1.Ma 110)'
policy ns to immigrants.nor the school system, homestead entries leads to squatting, he '' ; 4',1111 2.072, 2l21! 4,182 HI 3.GS2, 5W

dina.already The very tonnage great, is of constantly Cumberland on the Sound in-, nor anything which is the care of the executive recommends! that the settler be allowed to : Washington__ __ -.-...-....._...._...._.....: _4,08__ !. ,_2,0871_!!-, 2,000 4,067'' 22: 3,171''I OlS

crease. Foreign steamers of moderate size of the State, just now gives Governor pay for his homestead three equal instalments Including in the State, 18 Chinese! 37 Indians and Half-breeds ; in Brevard county:,
Vloxham a tenth part of the perturbed anxiety -one in cash upon entry, and the oth- Indians, ; in Duval county, 1 Chinese ; in Holmes county, 12 Indians and Half-breeds! ;
load at our wharves, and vessels:: bearing the with which he is obliged to act upon ers two and three years, resl'l.tiIyaftcrdate I in Madison' county, 1 ''HIIU,1 ; in Monroe! county, 12 Chinese! and 2 Indians ; in Nassau;
flags of nil nations are seen at our docks. county! Chinese and 0 Indians ; in :St.: Johns county, 2 Chinese; in Volusia county, 1
the question of appointments. In fact, thisis of entry. Indian
We need, however, the depth of water for
really when to look at the lie notices the establishment two -- -------
we come ques- years -- __ .
vessels of larger size, and the increase of bar u
tioji in a practical point of view, the most ago of a bureau of immigration, and tells
STATE XEIl'S.Alnclnta. tie
are suffering from the
I depth will give to Georgia and Florida a inclemency} of the
important thing that our governor has! to the legislature: that withstanding difficulties
-'- weather and
a great of them
commerce of greatly increased volume and many arc drIll
do. The laws of finance and commerce, and encountered and imperfections of the first The
value. !; tax books of this county for last
of political economy generally, are so well pnmphletlssucd, there isan active movementin 1Ir. S.,1 15urnett has lately been appointed year show that there
are 10,018 head of cattle
The entrance to Cumberland Sound is:: of defined and there is so much precedent, thatit the way of immigration to this State, ns deputy collector of revenue, for the city of owned in this 'ounty-a \

great importance to both Florida and Georgia is not difficult for a man of !sound judgment indicated by numerous letters re'dvel1."Pc Gainesville.: During) the past week he has: than the range will great many more

l lying between the two states, and com to do his duty efficiently in directingthe are sorry that the governor has not given lISsome collected and paid over to the city treasurer, first-class steamer: owned support.by-Messrs.The J-ha Miller, a.

mon to both. It has been selected ns the attention of the legislature towards: cfll- synopsis of the actual work accomplished more than: thousand dollars, in scrip and & Henderson, of Tampa makes

t only Atlantic outlet which can beconsidercdas cient laws, or in curbing ill-considered impulses so that it could be placed before our cash.: It is encouraging:: to know that the week to New Troy Captain, Wilson two trips is a

: \ answering the requirements of ship canal in bad ones. Hut it requires that readers in this! issue. As soon as the commissioner collection of the city taxes i is being thus; experienced boatman, and nil of an

and in view of the early undertaking of rare 1 faculty, which has: been found to exist: : immigration's report shall reach rigidly 'nforl'"J.'e are reliably informed man.: Travelers will receive a gentle

the l'anam"nal, and possibly the Nicaragua in some few men (notably the first Napoleon), this office a synopsis will be given. that when the taxes now due the city arc on his boat. All we want proper is attention -

project it likely:: to become n prominent (- of being able to select the right man for the Colonel C. C. Yon e has been entrusted collected, the city government will bo able to appropriation to dredge the bar a and reasonable -

subject before the commercial world, right place, to constitute an ideal executive with the revision of a digest of the laws of pay all its indebtedness! and have asutallsur- have the best river in the state. The lands wo

which will eventually-decide between the officer. While few men have the extraordinary the :State by Colonel J. F. McClcllan, and phtl'lnthetTl'u'ur'fhc cold: wave which on, and near the Suwanncc, ns to fertility

idea of a ship canal or a barge canal in con- intuitions that this:: wonderful man this: it i is announced, will shortly be fin- passed over the entire country gave Gainesville and timber, exceed any in the State. If our ,

nection with railway transportation from "seemed. to have, there are many who possess ished. If the methods suggested: In a previous and vicinity a gentle reminder of its congressmen expect to be retained they

I the Gulf to avoid the long detour around the power in a degree quite sufficient for I issue: of examination of laws before they appearance. In the afternoon of the :nth should work for the grand old river, for our

the capes of Florida. However considered, practical purposes, were it left untrammeled, arc acted upon by the legislature were carried ult., the thermometer was as high us 29. citizens intend to support no man who i is

i. the improvement of the entrance of Cumberland or could it be properly exercised. In this out. the process of digesting them would Hut upon rising next morning the 30 ult.- afraid to work for the improvement of his

Sound is of c'1uallmportance to all State, where thciippointiuentsare: so numerous not require such ostrich powers as are now and examining the mercury, it had fallen! cOlllllrr.-rrrClljlOI/cllrc Lire Oak JittlMin.Manatee. .

these proj 'Ctl.T.IXITIOlIlOW. of course the governor himself, or even requisite nnd we hope the legislature will low ns:' 19, at 7 o'clock! a. m. At 7 o'clock .

the heads! of the departments, can have no adopt some method of reducing the amount p. n1. the' same day it was'at 3iVlmile no STATISTICS: KRO.M TAX-BOOKH OF al.N.tTEEoCNTY

TO ADJUST IT. personal knowledge of the vast majority of of legislation mid increasing the efficiency definite' certain conclusion can as! yet be (' FOR 1880.-Number of polls 573

I II The question of,, taxation is one ,which those to whom the appointments may be of the laws. reached as to the Injury to the orange:: it is number acres of land :28,111 ; number; (I

affects all elates:: of'our people, and is alwaysa :: given, and they are obliged to rely upon the lie presents the Inadequacy of the present thought by those who have given the culture acres cultivat'ti.1,2S2: : ; value of land, $n3-,

I subject.of interest To the extent necessary information which they can receive from oth school system at the South, but does not give of this fruit t'l\Tl.fulstud)', that the trees 880 ; value of town or city lots: $10,510
the State and municipal of particular menfor us any suggestions as to the methods of im have not been damaged. Though, of course, I number of ;
\ to support governments ers ns to the qualifications:: horses: 5S7; number of cattle, 07357 ,-
taxes:: are willingly, if not cheerfully the office sought. pravemcut-doubtless: because they require there are many young, tender buds and very I ; number of sheep. 591! ; number of hogs

!t paid. The rate of tax per $100 was No doubt the governor has plenty of adgive an elaboration of argument which can only small trees that will be greatly retarded in ll.GTO l ; cash: : value of animals, $427,792: :: ,

I ij is comparatively low until 1870 when with vice upon thissubjoct,but we would him bo done in the detailed report of the chief of their growth, if not absolutely killed. The'' value of personal property exclusive of;

I'' the complete control of the State In alien this piece in addition, and we think If fol- that department. fruit on the trees, so far as we have heard'i animals, 114.898! ; aggregate value of all

hands new methods, new expenses anti 'lowed, ho.will find at the end of his administration Reporting the vote by which the constitutional has been frozen and the crops property, :$:"HBtlo.:! Total value of personal all
feel convention was lost-of :23,281: to 14713 ,- tirely lost to the owners. We are, however,
will
heavy taxation came in. Within six years, : the people at large grate- property, $017,080. The delinquent taxes
a floating debt was accumulated of over half ful to him for acting upon it, which is, that --he recommends: that the legislature initiate grateful to observe our people so hopeful. It will mot exceed $350: for the year 1873.,'///,-
select the at once such changes in the constitu- seems to bo the prevailing opinion in this land
a million of dollars, which was! funded and he and his heads of departments Tribune.
tion as arc deemed desirable. section that notwithstanding: the loss of the .1a
u'lo1.
would In conducting
now forms a part of our expenses. From men for office just as they :
of He calls attention (which to tho citizens present crop of oranges, the freeze will ultimately The Peninsular Railroad
1870 the tax has been reduced about one- a corporation for business, regardless now completed
half but Is:: still higher than the state tax of political services, and looking only to the of this county is rather an unnecessary process prove of incalculable benefit to the I to this side of Orange Lake, and trains: sire
which have ), to the bad condition of the roads notwithstanding fruit-grower. The tree it is thought will I being run regularly thereto.
most of the tates, that of New York beingfor nature, of the information they Even if the
the supposed sufficiency of the become hardened, will be more fruitful, 1\11.1. road should
the past year three and a half mills. regarding any particular man as to hisqual- stop there (which it has no intention
Tennessee: has levied her one mill for the ification for the office which he seeks.A road law. the fruit of better quality..Gainrtrille SUit of doing) it would be great convenience -

last two years, and both Virginia nnd Tennessee man may make ever so good a speechin It is:: strange that! a thing so necessary to wad B( Eftcambla.ATTEMPTKH to our people. Tho long trip to

In'si.t that it is! beyond the power of a political campaign and he may be utterly the development of an agricultural country LY.NTHIXU. 1 Gainesville, over a tortuous and inferable

s! their people to pay' more than live mills. unable to carry on an office that involves should receive so little attention as this matter we learn that-Through a few days SheriffHntchinson since road can now be avoided, which has always

Our State tax in 1'loridshould.; If possible the most ordinary amount of arithmetical dot'S.r'coummendsthat iuauufacturingestab- attempt) was made on the )part of several a been drawback and annoyance to our citizens "

be reduced to five mills.:: This can only accuracy, or he may be an admirable lie from taxation for colored men in Molino to l lynch a white and persons visiting: Ocala. The distance
be exempted
be done by an increase of taxable property, organizer of |>olitical machinery, and lishments:: to tho lake, where the depot will be
the first live or ten years after the commencement man of that place.} They were frustrated in located is
which sixteen
of than real luck all of those qualifications: miles.! Thegradehasbeen
and by other sources revenue may
their nefarious the
of purpose by timely alarm
estate, which now bears an undue propor- suit n man for a public trust. operations.Numerous completed tile road-bc.I. 'of the S. S. O. &
other points are noted, but we of the part attacked and the subsequent: G. n. It.
i i tion of taxation. As a matter of fact the \\'" frequently see a man noted for his vehemence I and will bo hastened to Ocala. A
will ho all action of the law
above vigilant officers. Since
given
the
think synopsis
of the State embraced in and prolix eloquence seeking an. large force of |harass are getting out ties and
,
capital
money that the reader who does not care to peruse the occurrence, fete Johnson, the ring lead- the
of ironing of the
calmness: and accuracy road (we informed;
furniture office
requiring are
by
merchandise
bonds and mortgages, entire document, (which !i'li well worth er, has:: been arrested by Sheriff Hutclunson, | the
U to the shame of our political the superintendent) will be
and property, almost cntlrt.'lyCSC3l1t'8 thought and it p pushed with vig
portable '
to know. was tried before a justice found
his time) will desire guilty, and We
of or. think
the our our citizens
and to jeopardy
sentiment can with confi
One In large ,
taxation. u
assessor;
closes with thanks to the in default of bail remanded to the
The county | deuce
is unable to know political existence: that claims founded upon governor rest assured: of catching a glimpse of
county necessarily anything who have efficiently where he abides in
with the-du members of his cabinet, so jail, now swift content! the iron horse
about the 1Irional1Irop'rt of its cit qualities totally irreconcilable by the first or middle of
) and unfailingly upportl't.t him. He plation of his: past and future career. This March
izens, and yet the j percentage paid U equal to ties sought to be performed have been heretofore does not add which we will here do for him, attempt to l lynch a man on a mere pretext I looked forward This: is an event that has long been

five per cent. upon the whole property, too generally reco ntizetl. that he carries with him the best wishes of took place on the 20th ult., but thus:: far ,! with ecstasies to, and will till our citizens

,l which would be ample to pay for a full and The governor, and his (cabinet in selecting the ia-ople of this State, who will uh'ujremember : '' 'IVte U the onlone. in the clutches of i Mr.'alter of del!ight-OcuLL Republican.
insteadof these officers, may use others to obtain their S. Ilussell, formerly of
assessment local officers Orange
careful by him as: having redeemed them the law.'e learn from good authority ''
and compilation of the hook l Information but they cannot in any way county, has:: assumed the control of the Ocala
the copying had however that the balance
..... others responsibility.If from the misrule uuderwhich they payviutisly implicated arc !jeagerly TepuGliewi.
of previous assessors: as is:: now tho case. Impose} upon any } able in hU: buttered and inaugurated that prosiHrity ; sought, and that any one furnishing; '

Let us look at the systems of other states be- \'(' lUoxham has businesslikemen men which we hope and believe the i present :: evidence which will lead to their apprehension i THE view which Senator Jones of Florida
and
longing to our qwn section, for instanceTennessee. cabinet prompt, honest will carry to its: acme. There and conviction will be hamlsomelv re- accepts and acts upon on the peculiarly in-
The revenue of that state Is In the county offices and a judiciaryselected governor who have differed from O \"l'rnorDn'w warded.There has been of late an ; cresting condition and future of Southern

raised ordinarily by about an equal divisionof for its: calnu-ss studious knowledge arc many his ; but lie has rush of business unprecedented '1Uailrood. i'olitiesand 1.1 .theSouth in its j olitical pros-
with at the time in olicy ; :: : on the Pensacola 11l'Cts the | r one'hat"r Johns
he could VroHi '"
and ,
the tux: upon real estate and upon what Is of the law, impartially well ruled with a firm hand and, In the main, and it is: nothing unusual to see a one of the -hadcd and ablest gentle

called the privilege tax, which is made up of cruder laws: than we have administer without the people have sawn the wise conservatism train oftwenty-four loaded cars glide into 11'1\1i men lieuev 1 national, Congress and Clpociall)'
of this State and 'in
: > s that
the ; fcct
sales of merchandise government the'Il'Wl
penertugo on with earnest the city, and ::
licenses a devised by Omnipotence which he has:: combined : endeavor an equally heavy one g.\nurth which lit! li'rwul'lls the
laws been upon the
had the question of
and tax on law suits. \ them, Superintendent informs future of ?mid.
a be ineffectual to fur success.Governor Chipley us: that one t'tioll. lie understands the
7 There has been a clamor for an Increase of itself, they would lUoxham does not discuss: : at day )last week he had ninety more loadedcars fact that the South i is> the t'nion-u fuel
much to
the school tax. The school tax Is: now 3J that purpose. It u not saying too any paints of administration: but than there was track room for the sidetracks fist sight uf 11\' ftst Hl'publil'lUis I1lut a few

equal to the whole state tax of the say that goal< 'men make gland> government." the tire-sent legislature and the State will) doubtless thus: far constructed 0111nl'l'OlIllllo deK..ndence Dom.K-ruts-aiida.h-anct'sthe, of its action in freedom with and
-- concert
Sate of Sew York, and higher than most THE aorEiixoifs JIESS.fG&GOYef11or boon be apprised of hU views as: to what legislation dating as many as 173. This should accountin the !Uel1\O'l".lcy aril Uemul'rutic line of

of the states. It ought not to be increased Bloxham ha, with good sense, is: especially tloirable. a great measure for the delay experienced thought gonume i and. Ill't. lie ij 5: no qualifier, but a

unless other taxes can be ]reduced. We agree tnuuuuitud .. by our merchant*.-/VMICU/.I 'lnuua.Lafayette the sensible surruutultim n. who understands
still but contrary to mual practice, of his to.tlun arut'IIha.'iiZt \
are
1 ,,:VithJudge Hilton, that our'taxes 1 The orange trees are nut hurt on the line | huts,
of .1.
In of u message of hU own .11 paper cVIYttru on the laws t-
than
rather place
r .. tO i.ii 'high' ,..and Let,houM ti. await be reduced the action of Con. l'r llllrctluI1J left on file by the retiring gov of the Transit: Iwll' :l.l. The weather I is extremely cold. The cat. j I ma itu1 by word and by I1l.t.- n luhl"nt"" C y

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.\ACCOUNT FLOItIIt OPEAST \ Groceries! and Provision! u. i:. TTimu.; : : D11Y GOODS AT NEW YORK PRICES

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WITH AJournal "l{ERXANDINA, FLORIDA, AT Tin I-OI-UI.\U IIKY uoons iiorsi: or I IJ.
/"I ROGER AND SHIP CHANDLER,


I, -OilY... llARTRVM KEPT OF BY l'iltLAl>KLmtA, DEVLEU IS f I F i IIKAI.KU INFumllly Groceries =: & T. I-CYDD.:=
I ii e
i ,
"llotanM HI
to Majesty: I'rot'isioiiM, Liquors! Elc.AGENT --- ,
for the Florida1*;

rroN FOR B. AVEUY-: & CO.'S Prows. AXI) DRY GOODS, CLOTHING[ HOOTS AND SHOES,
A Journey from St. Augustine IU0VISI0NS.Custoluers ,
I up the River St.Johns XO'l'IOXNXI) IMXC'Y CENTRE STREET, -
LONDON: LARGEST ANDrT}\ : STOCK TO SELECT: : FROM, AT PRICED; WHICH

Sold by "'. Xtwu., No. :.M, St, rani's o2tf FERNANDINA. FLA. can rely upon getting CHOICE: JL CANNOT UK UNDERSOLD.: .
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S .JI Church-Yaril, and 0.11 onPF.t1.L, Large shipments of E.ILi..1xll WIXTl'.K: GOODS received weekly
'I..UUU':
L Charin -Cro!<:oI. .nits. ANNE ( GOODS, as f
3 [Price.:Shillings.I ] ?Wlwlexalo: and Retail. Orders by mail receive prompt attention

b 1,1.1.SECT. New York Ofllce f X.E.: and Third
rilHIRD ST., UET. CENTRE t At.cnrFEHNANDINA \, I Cor. Centre ,
4 NOTH1XG HUT THE FIN1XT RRAXDS::! Jv I{ v 11 n }
,1, Walker Street. | } :\ \, Fla.SANBO11N .

III. FLA.,

CLtM.\n:. are kept in stock.
& HOYT
The climate of East-: Florida, an agreeable DE.\LEn IN THEChoicest ,
J. II. PllESCOTT.Style
medium betwixt the scorching heat of the SECOND:; STREET: XEAR CEXTRE:,
Fruits ami Vegetables,
tropics,and the pinchingcold of the northern \MIOI.K8 AMI 11KTAII

latitude" All America, to the north of the
river 1'otomak, h, greatly incommoded by CONFECTIONERIES: ETC.: Fit, GROCERS SHIP CHANDLERS I

the severities of the weather for two or three I
llliss': Garden Seeds, Flowers, J.'arllInll I Comfort, \XD E\t.EKS IX
months in the winter: in East-Florida thereis Garden 7 tf
Implements.- 411 -* *. III .__411 .__11I 411 III. 411
indeed a change of the seasons, but it is a __ ____ I \M I I I
1IAV I I C'OICX I I OATS I | ititic'K | I MJII: I I II'T< I
moderate one; in November and December \XaIA: *v- FKUXI, Durability. III .--. .. 1 III *--. 411
: many trees lose their leaves, vegetation goes 4 ---

on slowly, and the winter is, perceived. In ) AKERS AND CONFECTIONERS:: F.ri
A LARGE: STOCK OF FURNITURE: ALWAYS ON HAND.
li. the northern parts of the province a flight j) 2-! t91yFUIICIIGOTT
.
(C1IOICK I
frost happened last year, the first known i II II I I -

.. there in the memory of man : I do not find Groceries! ('I u"4! and Tobaccos" \ BENEDICT & CO.

upon enquiry, that snow has ever been seen

there; the winters are so mild, that the TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES.:

Spaniard1) at St. Augustine: had neither

chimneys in their houses, nor glass windows.: Weddings, Entertainments: and Picnics, Hating' largely, increased myMoelt Southwest Corner of Hay and flue Streets! ,

The tcndercst plants In the Wot-Indies', furnNhcd: at the :shortest: notice, at rock-bot ol Foot-wear, in both fine

such as the plantain, the allegator peartree.the tom prices, at .
ANiEL'S::! RAKERY, and medium grades, I am enabled
banana the pine-apple or ananas, the
Centre :Street; ,
sugar-cane, &('. remain unhurt during the _23: ___ _Opp.l old 1 P. 0. nllit1iIl! i to place before my entoiiierw JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,

winter, in the gardens of St Augustine.: i a ery' large, assortment! of

The fogs and dark gloomy l weather, so 1'I': 1C YC'Si : Hoots and Shoes made by the

common in England, are unknown in this I most competent and skilled OFFER GREAT 11ARGAINS: IN'

country. At the equinoxes, especially: the
\\'. L01IM l \N'S workmen. Tlie.se Goods! werepiirebased
autumnal, the rains fall very heavy everyday \..
"hrSll' and
betwixt eleven o'clock in the morning lire
DDDD} RRRR YY YY GGGGG; 000 OOO DDDD SSSSS:; :\
for weeks -FAMOUSPrepared only exchanged for the samecouuuodity.
the afternoon '
and four in
some DDDDD)) ) } RRRRR: YY YY GGGGGG( (IOOOO OOOOO DDDDD J } ) ) SSSSSSSDl ;:\:; : :\
together; when the :shower is over, the sky Flour. This! will be deemed }) DDRR} RR YY YY GG GG OO OO OO 00 DD) DDSS} :\
does not continue cloudy, but always clearsup :; DD) ) UI) ) HHlm YYY I GG(l 00 0000 OII)1)))} ) SSSSSS:;:;:; '
after !seeing -
the mildness n pleasure examining Dl/ 1)1)I)} Hit RR YY GO: l GGG( OO (OO 00 00 DD)} Dl :SSDDDDD
and the ;
sun : again :
appears and learning It what ) ) ) RR RR YY (GGGGGG( ( .( OOOOO( 00000 DDDDD} ) SSSSSSS:; :;:;
j of the seasons, and the purity of the air, are ONLY FIVE: CENTS: PER POUND. DDDD)) ) RR HR't: GGGGG( ( ( OOO OOO DDDD/ ) ) SSSSSCAJUMWS : : :;
extremely low prices these
probably the cause of the healthiness: of I

this (country. Goods are o He red.

Hy the best accounts of the first: discoveryof : R''1" JIH..I' ol'GE'I'I.Iallx'SI'ITRxIS111NG : :

East-Florida, it appears to have been G-tf AT OLUl'. O. IJUILDING. GOODS is worthythe ++:K+++: ):. "Hi.' ,rI'I NO S,:::+:+tt++++ ,

nearly as full of inhabitants as Peru and ---., --,
ntteiition of those desiring,
'
Mexico; and these accounts are, in some C, 11.\HT. H. STINT:

mea"url''erifil',1 by the frequent remainswe C. ART A (.'<>., line (lood,*.

find in Indian towns throughout the ../ '.'r Orders! left to my selection :FLOOR OIL CLOTHS .'WINDOW S] [ \])] S.
and'hulesde Dealers in
The natives described to Importers)
peninsula. are will reeeiie careful and prompt
have been larger, and of u stronger make
and DomeMtle
Foreign, attention.
than the Mexico Indians. J. H PRESCOTT .
"When the Spaniard luittl'llugustinl', Fruit! XntM! ('f('., LATEST:: NOVELTIES: IX
I Fernandhia Elms.HLL1) '
f-im; ,
many of them were of a great age, some ++1 I ++j

above ninety : the :Spanish: women were observed Xos.r:>5, 57 and 59! Market Street, YOURSELVES\ :; : :\ bv slakingMONKI' ..1+--q-----------4.1 1 ---- ---. -- --- _.,- ._----_.._--5 -' -1-++, r-'
Old ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ >* 4 + ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++
to be more prolific here than in [ I: when u golden -- '
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.,70Conignmcnts .
Spain where they are generally accountedbut chance is offered, t hl'n.hal WUpl keeping l I : :
,
indifferent breeders. ( of FJ.tHtJII.Olt\SUj.:14: take poverty from your the door. Those chances who for ii making ways };+I DRESS GOODS, SILKS, CASHMERES, JI;;
advantage pmd
solicited and .
prompt returns made. (M-lSm;; (
Tire inhabitants of the Spanish settlementsin money that are offered generally become .+. + yi..-+n+_++---+'+--++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ +.+-...4.+. ++ ++-'-+-+ "..+f-_++_+-+
..\ consider East-Florida, with respect "'. K. 11.\ITlXUHI'I"U. wealthy, while those who blll'lll'l"aanccs remain in poverty.' 0 want
to its healthiness in the light
same
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many men, women, boys, and girls to work
that wo do tho south of France; and they WHOJ.r.SU.K ,Hill ItF.T.\lr for us right in their own I localities. The CLOAKS, ULSTERS, SHAWLS and FLANNELS. J

looked uponugu"tlne as the Montpelier of AND 1 STOCK DEALER, business: will 'pay: more drum ten times ordinary 4STRICTLY
America; thcSpaniards, from the Havannah BUTCHER ASHIt'uh'r \\ages. We! funiMi an expensive outfit
and all that you need, free. No one who
and elsewhere have resorted in lee.TENNESSEE .
frequently : .
I engages fails to make mom''C'r) rapidly.Yon : Unen is COMPLETE: : IX I EVERY; RESPECT.:
thither for the benefit of their health. :; : nIna'I'I'I'CLLTY: I can devote your whole time to the OUR nepartment
Since it came into the hands of ( reat- HKOOM: STREET \VII.\RF, work, or only your spare moments Full! GREAT CARPET: : SALE: commenced on the )M of this! month.. Over BOO
I information 1 till that is needed sent free. llrussel.s and ".001 offered
Britain, many gentlemen have experienced 10-tf FERNANDIXA: FLA. ( ditlircmtdesignsuf CiirielM are now at
Address STIXSOV t ('o.. Portland. Maine. II
the of itsclimate Mr. Dunnet _____ .
happy effects : ------------ __ ___ n. --- --
the secretary of the province, and Mr. Wilson NORTHERN TRICES.>>

a merchant there, both in a deep consumption SANBORN iiOYTH :
have ascribed the of NICK): lilt U-ii: I'::1..'; (CARPETS' : ): from 75 ('I", upwards\ to ffl.lO.-
recovery .. .. ___ -
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their health to the climate.It ---1- ------1 WOOL[ CARPETS' : from 415 ets. to Hl. 5.HALFWOOL .

is an indisputable fact, which can be I I CARPETS:: from ilO etw. up.

proved by the monthly returns of.the ninth I. itebt designs of FANCY M ATTINGS., (test{ grades: of White] and Checked.

regiment, in garrison in East-Florida, that it U) Window Shades made to order-material in all colors. (In ordering simply..

did not lose a single man by natural deathin state color and 111 III('11 sloll. CORNICES 1IAl)11'(1) : ORDER.[ ) : FINE: LACK: CURTAINSof

the space of :IS!IJ months ; and as this new t1c I-IIi'4.!; ,
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, I Iyrl all colors and two to six buttons .
regiment does duty in the several forts, at Kid (lo\es, qualities ( )
different distances from Augustine, St. I 5 I I Ii A large lot of URUSSEI: MATS:\, ('CH'O.I.'I'S and CRUMU} CLO'1'JJnOH) !:\

Mark's d'Apalachie at :3! *) miles, 1'iccolatu i I DERING: FOR! CARPET.' ;

3J,Mantanzas, it proves in the most satisfactory o I I yc7- Hotel and lloardlng-IIonse"' Keepers will 'find our prices exccnl-

f manner, that the climate is healthyin By Rail, Steamer, and Sail, ingly l reasonable, and selection\ graml. SIIiI: ':'riNi5.:\ 1'11,IA) v.151N(3 I. TAULK: DAMASKS -

different parts of the province. !I bd (white and' colored), DOYLIES, NAPKINS, CRASHES, GLASS:\ LINENS: :\, in

The peninsula of Florida is not broad,and largo varieties.
Corsets, Laces, Silk Ties" Silk lI.u.dlu'rt'hh'I'-llIte"t", designs at :
i O:
as it lies betwixt two seas the air is cooler, .
and with rains than ; very reasonable figures.FURNITURE .
oftener refreshed on A LARGE STOCK OF '
: CHINTZ and! REPPS: FANCY TASSEI.S; JIMP and FRINGE
the continent: the entire absence of the sun ,
; TO 31.t'I CI I. '
for eleven hours makes the dews heavy,andgivl'ol I I '
GENTS1: CASSIMERS: DOESKINS, JEANH: CASSIMERS: FOR HOYS' WEAR
the earth time to cool ; so that the ; i
C'LOAKINGS: HEAVERS.LADIES' : : .
nights in suinmer are less sultry here thanin H1--
Z ) ami MISSUS': UNDER) : ..oi'Joi-atl) sues mid grades, from M\ cU. up to
the northern latitude, where the sun
1 $:.MJU. Also u lot of RED: FI...\NNEL: UXDEItSHIRTS: ; fur I.a.til-H-.lllcgrut1l'.
shines upon the earth for seventeen or eighteen FUltNITUBE 11 .

hours out of the twenty-four. The Z I s : tfxrOur Gents' Furnishing Goods is Complete in Every Respect.iSa

heat, which in South-Carolina, and in the
intol- It i ta iniMtsiblo| fur in" to mention every article we have for sale, but every imagin-
southern of is sometimes
part Europe,
t able article u-ually kept in FIRST-CLASS! DRY GOODS:\ ESTAULISHMKNT: : can bo
crable fur want of wind is here mitigated by crZ i -.\SJ'I I
found in our Houte.Special.
a never failing sea-breeze in the daytime,
-if- attention paid lo Orders and Correspondence.' ._
and a land-wind at night. It is only in and ; t

near the tropicks that the sea and land- 01: GENERAL'iIERCIIANIISE.rii Call or aiMrvM .
1"IJlU n<;oIT .iuxiimrr: .v 'O.t
breezes are at all uniform or to be dej>ended
upon. I : 0-mu$ C4>rner of Hay and tine Htmts.ARLINGTON "
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The white 'people work in the fields: in the (
heat of the day\ without prejudice to their -" j
health; gentlemen: frequently ride out for mm iO m NURSERillS.j
pleasure in the middle) ) uf the day; and got z m
I c-rnor Grant i:* regularly on horseback every --

day from eleven to three )i cle ek in the after. rUli -< .TItoI'1C.11. lltl'IT TKKKN: ROSES DKCID-
I noon i 1 CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK I TKOI'H'AI and SEltl ,

i ii COLS; susd la'I'JUaUJ'x: : HUUI'US nail .'I.O"IUXG: 1"4.\NTH. ,
i Nut Ion;; ago an Irishman applied( to an
I overseer in a Tyne hhipyard to be put on u I --
jllb. He was informed that his request .j jaw
could not bo complied with but as Tat continned : AND C1101CI:1'.1PIL"fll:.' Hudded ()range Tree }CAI>l-: A S{>};(.'IALTY..

to gaze at an anchor which was lv- ,i iI __ ': .ii.:
lug in the vicinity the foreman related his: I I m
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ALBERT I. InJ)"' LL. .
aclnse.l him to go away. Divil a bit willI
stir, till I the that's going to .
sour see man SANBORN&I-10yrr 1 tr JACKSONVILLE, FLA.t .
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THE BLUE }'LOWBR. Vent or destroy them. 1. They' require water for the deposit of ison
-- luck Point
J. Whit
City
roamed through lands their Connty .1IldIC-\ B. Wadsworth, Madison.
many anti the Taxes-
eggs rearing) of their larvawhich ", Assessor of
State Ollloers.LAND Tittnville.Asscss .
While youth and Clerk-A. A. Stewart, !
;: strength gave power, arc the wiggle-tails. Therefore all .
And' strove with outstretched hands cisterns should! be made close, and covered, OFFICB, OAIXK8VILI.K.Rfgstcr : I Tr To pluck this wondrous flower. with close brass -\t.tA. Humes, Gainesville.: Cull'clJ"n..f N.t'e/we-I' M.Platt, Lake Jes-::
woven wire-netting to prevent County Judge-V.: )[, Graham, Manatee.
Jruit'er-Jo111l/ F. Hollins Gainesville. sup, Orange County.buiHrintendcnt
their in !
laying them. lritnthImatel'.
Tin- ICl'nohert S. (
I took no note of time of AY/ooto-Alexander (
No old tubs; barrels Surveyor-General L. D. Hall, Tallahassee.! Level.Assessor .
Nor heeded doubters or receptacles of water dall, Lake View. SICrijr111.. C. llayman: Pine
Lit But with some olden rhyme smiling, ought to be luTinittcd, and no !stagnant MSTRICT count. C1.\Y COUNTY. of Taxes-Wm. l<'. PurrMi: Par-
left
My; weary; way beguiling, pools undraincd within a mile of any .1Iltlyc-Tlllllllns Settle, Jacksonville. Peeler Green Cove risk.
County Jwlgc111. ,
dwelling .///I/IfII-J.. H. Durkee, Jacksonville.Clirk Collector of Ret'cllllc-\Iatlon 0. Carlton 1 ,
CISt I laughed down doubts and fears 2. The cheapest and most abundant of all -Philip Walter, Jacksonville.! Si>rings. Green CoveSpri I'ille 1.c'e1.
And drove alkalies, common lime, kills and dissolves Clerk-O. A Buddington, Sujterintendcnt of Schools-Felix! J. Seward,
away misgiving: almost INTERNAL: UKVKNfE.: 1w.

And Forgot like a them maiden's in forgiving.tears instantaneously Therefore this ought every egg to be and poured wigglctail. M/cclor-Hc.'nllii. : Eagan, Jacksonville.COLI.KCTOKS S/leriff-James W. DcWitt, Green Cove Pine Level. MARION rOVXTY.Oninty .

r into cesspool\ and A Springs:
every } spring of
pound OF CUSTOMS.:: McIntosh Ocala.
M.[
"il\g lcy., Judge! -J. ,
Ta.rrs-WniConway
lime AMrllcr of ,
But still I found it not, strong to every hundred gallons of John W. llowell, Fcrnandina.Edward Plummer, Clerk11.V.. Long, Ocala.
A stagnant water once a week is sullicient. Collector of llevcnue'in. :S.: ...
And still the ; ?
kept flying
years Hopkins, Jacksonville. Seriff-l' D. l'oosl'rOcllla.
But Maxville.Superintendent.
K Until other my car forgot cistern even of ft drinking pound to a water thousand I found gallons killed in a John F. House! !St.:; Augustine.; : of Schools)[, F. Geiger,, Assessor of Dura-Thomas Barco, Cotton
All sound, save sighing. J. M. Currie, Cedar Key. 1'11I1It.
them, but it gave the water an unpleasant Middleburg.)
And when hair white flavor. I found that it improved the water COLUMIIH COUNTY.County Collector of Jlct'ClIllc-I'rellctlc' N. Foy,
my grew of garden cisterns for and State OIIUerH.KXKCUTIVi M. Ives Jr. Lake City OCllla
And when my step grew weary, irrigating watering Judge-W. Siijierintendent of ScIool-lI. C. :Martin[ ,
I lost the old delight ; plants, and not used for drinking, rendering : DKI'AIITMKNT.: Clerk-John Yinzant, Jr., Lake City.
My laugh was no more cheery. the water fertilizing as well as refreshing Gut'rfltnr-Gc.'or. F. Drew, Tallahassee: ShrrifJV.' Perry, Lake City. Fort McCoy. COUNTY.
I like that which hews from the 1'fctiilcnt pro tcm. of 3C/IIllt'-\V., I). Barnes, Assessor of Taxes-L. W. Rivers: : Lake City MONROE
And then I said, The Andes in 1'cru. Tallahassee.: : Collector of Taxes=Tho W. Gctzen: Lake County Jiulgc-Chta. J. Baron, KeyVcst..
N which the sun shines graveOn brightly, 3. No mosquitoes!' are ever found in water I Secretary of 81"lcH. llankin, Tallahassee. City Clerk-John Sitcher, Key "'cst.ScrvtHicharll'urrr .
Hath hidden it to save containing fish. Therefore every running : Superintendent of Schools-JU1iusl'utsdantcr I I ,, l Key West
T, A hand from plucking lightly.! stream and permanent pond and lagoon, ('omptroller-Culnmbus: Drew Tallahassee.: : Lake City. Assessor( of Taxes-Walter C. Maloney, Jr.,
George If. Richmond.TltK ought to be stocked with tish, and especiallywith : Trf'Iclra'altl'r (Gwynn, Tallahassee: HUVAL COUNTY. Key West.Colleitor.
J the catfish, even perch, dace, chub and .Worllf'/-Gellcml-lIl'orgo 1'. Raney, Tallahassee. County Judge-William A, McLean, Jack of Revenue Walter C Maloney,
cotta, which abound all our brooks and : sonville. Jr., Key West.Superintendent: .
MOSQUITO. springs, and the little fish: called the "top- Commissioner+ ; ; of J.fl1lfls-Hugh A. Corley. Clerk Thomas 1 Buckmaii: Jacksonville, of ScIouls-J. V. Harris::, Key
This insect is n cosmopolite suited by water" minnow, of which there arc two va Tallahassee.Sujierinfendent: Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. West.
its constitution to endure all climates. They rieties. The brook cat sun-perch, goggle- ; of Public IIIcfrllctionI'. Assessor of r .r(....j-Daniel 1'. :Smith::) Jack NASSAU COUNTY.
maddened and almost devoured CaptainFranklin eyed or mnd-percim ;; the dace and topwaterlive HuHey, Tallahassee.lrljUtrotlcuernzJ.: sonville. County Judge-Ilinton J. Baker, Fcrnan-
Dr. Richardson and their party at in ponds which arc almost: boiling hot : J. Dickisou: Tallahassee. Colt'ftOol Revenue-Henry A. L'Engle,, ilina.:
the mouth of the McKcnzie river in the in summer. I avoid the icthyological names 1 : Jacksonville.Xujierintcndcnt. Clerk-C. "". Maxwell, Fernandina.
frigid zone. The largest are said to abound of these fish which it is not Necessary! to give Coin miff loner of Immigration- Dr. Seth of 'cI/fo18-\lhcrt J. Ilus- S/f'riff-l'dl'r Cone, Fernandina.:
around the shores of Lake Wetter in Swe .as I am not writing for savants. French, Jacksonville.: sell Jacksonville.: Assessor( of Taxes-,,'111. H. Garland, Fcrnandina. -
4a den. They are as abundant in New York The only fish suitable for cisterns is the V
and Brooklyn as in New Orleans. From the common brook cat. They arc the bats of PITRF.MB count. HAMILTON (COUNTY. Oll"I'IIIIf. Revenue Warren F. Scott. Fern -
:Mosquito shore of Central America to Icy the water, and catch insects in the dark. I Chief; Justice-E.: )r. Randall, Jacksonville. CwtylIdvcHl'nrr/ J. Stewart, Jasper! aim lina. '
Cape and to Cape Horn they live and thrive They need no sunshine, except to hatch : Associate Justice/ -J. Wcstcott, j jr., Tallahassee. Clerk-JolJl'rtIl'wllrt: :: :: Jasper. erintendcnt of Sc1onls-\V. .\, Mahoney,
wherever there are malarial localities, of their eggs. They never breed in dark cisterns f S/'rriff-Jatnes' 11[. Duncan, Jasper.: Callahan. ,
which they are the certain indicators. And 'but three of them will keep a cistern, Associate .TIIcricc-n. 15. Van Valkenburg, Assessor of T"rrlf-J. T. l'ooperncrnm, ORANGE l'oniTY.
all over Europe, Asia and Africa wherever :111 J feet deep and 13 feet in (.t. Jacksonville. Collector of 1I'I'C/lllr-J, 1'. B. Goodbread.Bcnton. .,
1.. Summerlin Orlando.
beetles C'lt'rk-C. H. Foster Tallahassee. Col'nmbia ('ounh'. County Judge-II. ,
there are chills and fevers, they feed upon} ly free from wiggle-tails, water and C/crk-J. P. Hughey, Oilando.
malaria and bite all mankind.\ They are nil other insects, and when thev attain the CIRCUIT JuixiKs.First ; Superintendent of Schouls-.Jo-hua II. Roberts Sheriff=Thomas W. Shine Fort Reid.

never found where there art not malarial weight of a pound, they will devour every Cliciill-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- Ancrum. Assessor of Taxes-John C. Bryson, Haw,
fevers. Whether they hunt it in human rat and fro,6omnivorous which fall into it. They arc as:: sacola. HKIINNHO COUNTY. kinsville.

blood and suck it to find it, I do not know. as hogs./ They need no feeding, Second: Circuit-David Walker, Tallahas County .l/ldyc-\\. L. Fricrson: Brooks Collector JCI'CIII/C-Xlit. Poyntz, Orlando
They may be disinfectants:: ; but I am positively : and, like all fish, they live for centuries.: ville. Siijierlnteiident tl8c/wols-John T. Becks
; certain that if you can destroy the The great pike put) in the royal fish-pond) of see.TI,irrl Circuit-V. J. Vann, Madison. O'rk-.T. C. Law Brooksville.Sheriff \ Fort Reid.
malaria of any locality you will exterminate Kocnigsbcrg, Germany, by the great Emperor Fourth Circuit-R. 11. Archibald, Jackson .]. B. Mickler, Brooksville.Assessor TAYLOR COUNTY.
them.I Frederick II. in the 13th century, was ville. of Taxes.\\'. M. farrson: : Brooks-
will not describe mosquitoes entomolo- alive and, when I heard from him last, stilltveariug Fifth Circuit-James Dawkins, Gaines ville. CnurrhtJrnlyc-I). N. Cox, Perry.Sheriff .
gically, as this would make what I have to the wise monarch's ring in his gills, ,'1111'. Collector of Jtt'C'/IIlC-P. Townsend. Thomas: Osteen: Perrv.tVfrJt '
say about/ them 'difficult! reading" to any weighing 300 l'ounllolnt1l1: 000 years old. The Sixth Ci.Cllit-H, L. )Mitchell Tampa. Brooksville.Hiifnrintendcnt. -John M.[ Faulker, Perry.'.
people who are not zoologists. large carps in the fishponds:: Windsor were Seventh Circuit"". Archer Cocke, :Sanord.: of 8c1lfJl/ls-IJr. S. Stringer, Superintendent of Schools-E.: Vann, Perry.
\ there Elizabeth; than County Treasurer). :S.: :Sutton: Perry.
There are three kinds of these insects in placed by Queen more Brooksville. '
the Delta, and two in almost every other region 300 years ago, and wear the ring of the crafty Court C'ulciuliir.Tiuiin County //tfl'f'YM-D. N. Cox, Perry.
in the South. and warlike Queen. So if you put the IIII.LKIIOUOUUII COfXTY. Collector of t't'c/t/tc-Johll/ / C. Calhoun,

The first, whose habitat seems to be the round-tailed brook cat-not the forked tail Term CIKCUIT. County/ Judge-II. L. Crane., Tampa. Perry.
river cat into cisterns Spring ()l..k-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor of Trxrs-W'm. II. Parker, Perry.
malarial localities of the whole earth, is the migratory sea or your Taylor 2d Monday in April.
and; them with water'conlillu. Sherijj-1). Isaac t'ral't, Tampa.Assessor JOHN'S
large gray variety. They are nocturnal in supply Madison! 3d Monday in April. ST. I COUNTY. \.
their habits, and sing and bite most: vigor ally, thev will keep them clean and outlive Hamilton, 4th Monday; in April.} I of 1il.frL.. (I. Leslie: TlIlI1pa.ChlI.rt"r County Judge M. R. Cooper, St. Augult ::-
the wood and iron which holds them. of Ilrlcne-\\. Burls: TampaSiijicrinlcHdciil ,
In the shade in
ously after sunset. swampsor :: Sinvannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday t tine.
in cloudy days and dark rooms:: they arc All these experiments I made with :successin : :: in April.Columbia. of Schools-II. L. CraneTampa. Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros St. Augustine.:
active and all if 18.VJ.! Finding the place infested with fevers N. l'ucc.ttlt.: .
thirsty, annoying day even 2d Monday after. 4th Monday S/'ajr-\' : Augustine.
it lost six months as it does at the \poles. overflows and mosquitoes: ( I lowered in April. JKFFEKSOX.Count : :- Assessor( of Taxes-David L. Dunham St.
.The second is a small, gray kind, with the bed of Limekiln Creek, and drained the Lafayette, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in if Judge-.\, Whitner, MonticelloSheriff' [ .\1I?II..ti Ill':
long legs banded with alternate rings of lagoons and marshes, ditched the hillsidesand April. ( \\'. 'A. Bailey, Monticello.Clerk Collector of Revenue-Joseph: F. Llambiaa,
black and white. They are altogether diurnal 'prevented the overflows.: I stocked the Fall Tl'fm- -\\'. B. lanmar. Monticello, :St.; Augustine.Superintendent: .
!
in their habits and entirely domestic. ponds and cisterns\: with fish, using lime Taylor :2d Monday in October.! SnjierintcHdcut of Schools-J. B. ChristieMonticello. of .Sd/QuI8-TholUa A. I'acetti -
They buzz and bite nil day in the house, and freely, emptied the puddles and water barrels Madison! : :3d Mom lay in October. St. Augustine.:
arc peculiarly annoying to all workers with and destroyed the mosquitoes. No bar Hamilton, 4th Monday in Oct' bcr. County T.Cfml''I'r.. SimmonsMonticello. H'MtKll COUNTY.
the pen or needle. They cannot be expelledby or mosquito nets were used: after 185t!), and :Suwunuee,1st'sIonlay: after 4th Monday t .
fumigation or music. They seem to bo there were no overflows until our fortuneswere in Octoln-T. <,, Collector of Hcrcnuc-Joseph: Palmer, Mon. County Judge-Henry H.t'a-t-tidr: : Lcesburg.
t fond of tobacco smoke and all perfumes wrecked and my' engineering was Columbia 2d Monday after4th )11IIl1ayinOdohcr. ticello.Assessor. Clak''ThOlIll:4: J. Ivey, Lt'l' IJlIrg..
which ladies use, and they even delight in stopped, and the land was: left I in the condition of. 1.rc.J.. 1'. Gnmtham, Monticello. Sheriff J. S. Dyches\ Lec IHlrJ!.

the thrilling operatic music which practicing of the primitive wilderness by the results Lafayette, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Leesburg.Assessor of Titres--Joseph: Hiitchinson,
misses shriek while thrumming the tormented of the civil war.-Rev. Rdll'//tlPultlail/r, October. I.U','YtTTf: : COfXTV.
piano. But they go to bed at night Southwestern ('Ii trrluurmii.ii.J.BAKER&I. KOUUTII CIKCUIT.Sjirinff nlllllI.JII1ft'J.. Dixon, New Troy. Leesburg.Collector of 1cl'CII/-John. Dyches:: ,

and are seldom'active except in daylight.The ; .- --_._ ; Term- S/wrW"-J. :J. Johnson, New Trov. SujH-riuteHdeiit of Schools-II. II. Duncan
third and 'most sanguinary kind is :St.: John's. 3d Tuesday: March. Clerk-llowell Hawkins: New froy. Lake iritlin. ,
peculiar to the lands of Louisiana: at pres ltO. Clay, 4th Tuesday in'March. 'Sj'rilllClldt'lIt'Sch'Jl I -J. C. Ramsey: Nev
ent. I have not seen it elsewhere. But it Bradford, Tuesday: in April.} Troy.County. SUWAXXEK COUNTY.
mav be, and it will probably spread to other Baker, Tuesday: iu April. TI"'fllllI/'r-J. J. 1'uiuter.NewTroy. County jM fyfl Michael A. Clouts, Live
regions. It is a large brown kind with Nassau: :3d Tuesday in April. Collector of lt'I'CIIlCewtull Sni>p, Nev Oak. '
wings and body somewhat shorter than 215 PEARL STREET, :NEW YORK, Duval, :3d Tuesday: in )Iar. Troy Clerk Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.
those of the large gray variety. They dc- Fall 1irm- Assessor of Taxes-\\". "". Cottrell, New 't'riff-Juhn R. Sessions, Live Oak f
? light in the strong sea breeze and blazing) i::t. John's Tuesday in September. Troy. Attestor of 1.fcs-\\ H. Sessions, Weiborn. -
sunshine, and run the mules! and plowmen Manufacturers of Clay', 4th Tuesday in :September.Bra'dford. : LEON: COL'XTY. .
of the lower coast of Lonisiananlmost crazyin t Jst Tuesday: in October Count if Judije-II. C. lUi"pey, Tallahassee: Collector of llt.t'/we-H.llert F. Allison
the sugar fields ; and unless the work animals Baker, :2d Tuesday in October. SaW"-\. Museley'l'ullid masscc. Live Oak.
ek are protected by some suit of covering Nassau: :3d Tuesday in October. C/t'fk-V. A. Bryan Tallahassee.Snienntendeut : Siiiurintendenl of Schools-J. O. C. Jones,
t and the field hands with veils and -+-CII RU.C.\14 FEItTILIZLItS.-'t-: Duval, Tuesday in November. of S
k gloves, during the seasons when they arc KiKtii CIRCUIT. Tallahassee.Treasurer VOI.fSIX COfXTY.County .
f fi < swarming, it is almost impossible} for them Spring Tt'rlll- -J. 1.. Demilly, Tallahassee.Collector Judge Fred. I. LalVnotiere, En;
to pursue their labors They pierce the skin Sumter, :2d Monday !in March. Jt'I'e/llle-V.. C. Pearce., Talla terprise.
through pretty thick clothing. But they Marion, :3d Monday in March.[ liassee.Assessor. Clerk-John "". Dickins, Enterprise
dislike the shade, and never to my knowledge !. .- .1lachua,1st Monday after 4th Monday in of Taxes-R. A. Shine, Tallahas. Su'riffl'mlt', Enterprise.
come inside of houses, and during the :/-it-' OR.tNGL "(i March. :see. Assessor of Taxes-Benjamin Richardson,
night they are asleep. But insects change Levy, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in LEVY COfXTY. Enterprise
i their habits. Il6use-llies! have learned to TREE 1 March. County/ Judge\\". H. Sebring, Bronson; Colledor of Revenue-John II. Jordan, Dc-
be up and doing" at night since the inventions 1 Putnam, 1st Tuesday after hot Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Laud
of coal gas and other brilliant illuminators ? 1'- M tN LYRE -ts March. Sheriff-\\'. Finlayson.: Bronson. Superintendent of School*-James H. Chan
came into use.!: I never saw or Fall Term- Assessor of Taxes-J. )Willis I Bronson.Collector : dler, Enterprise.WAKULLA: .
heard of a house-fly moving about and feeding :Sumter: 4th Monday in October. of lt'I'clclie-Julm' C. McGrcw, COUNTY.
at night while we were dimly lighted by Marion, 1st Monday after 4th Monday in Bronson.Suitfrtntfudciit. cJwtIJ/ldlI-W. T.luvalCrawford
old-fasldoncd wax and tallow candles!' and .\ Most SU1)erlorrtid(', under our own October. of .SdlOulJ:: F. Shams, .J"'rW"-W. II. Walker ville.
common animal oil lamps.In .Alachua 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Broll on. 'lak--Xat.. 11.: Walker, Crawfonlville.:
1841. in the executive office of Austin, Special Formula.COMPLETE October.! M \DISOX- COfXTY.County Crawfonlville
1 Texas, while I was thesccretary of President Levy, 1st Monday after 4th Monday in ; Judge--U. M. Witherspoon: Madison. l. Superintendent, Crawfordville.County of. School -John L. Crawford

I.amar, I saw n mosquito laying her eggs in November. .
Home water left in n wash bowl. !She held .i Putnam, :2d Tuesday! after 1st Monday[ inDecember. ."i/trriff-T. II. Willard, Madison.Clerk \ ville.lyiector. Treasurer-\\ T. Duval, Crawford-

to the side of the vessel with her forefeet. -John )[. Beggs, Madison, of Jeo'esov.. H. Walker ,
and laid a multitude of eggs in the water. fir MANURES a KKVEXTH CIRCUIT.Spring Snfieriittetdent of School*-K.: S. Tyner, fordville.ford Craw.
They were oblong ellipsoidal shaped, of n Tt'rlll- )ludtson.; .1:< of Taj'fil(; F-
t m bluish; tint covered with a wllter-pfOofslimy \'oiu.ia,1st! Monday in )[lIr.Hrenml County T"'tllfllK:: Smith, Madison. ville'. "i'1' Register, Craw
gum.Vith her two hind feet she caught :2d Monday in May. ,
FOR EVEKY: FA: 1 Cuor, t 3d in May. ---- -- -- -- -
fell
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them and stuck them together as they )range, Monday -
into the water, and formed a little raft of Dade, :2d Monday in June. "" ,
them, each egg; standing on end. When she tPrepared Fall Term-. -- ,"
Lad finished laying she kicked off this raft on scientific principles to supplythe YohiMU. 1st Monday in November.Brevard v' ( C AQ '< :::- ,-s1

from the shore and it floated well upon the exact plant food for each crop, so as :2d Monday in NoveniixT. w \S\
surface. I procured a half gallon glass medicine Orange, 3t1 Monday.. in November. 2
jar and }pierced the brass: ton to admit to produce large yields per acre.AUO Dade, :2d Monday in December. G.1 '
the air through small holes like those of the rr1fa .
cover of a pepper eruet. Into this vessel County Otlieer
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with a biKHjn I carefully transferred the egg DEALERS IN ALACHUA COUNTY.
raft, which was oval shaped as long as (the County Judge-Junlus C. Gardner, Gaines-
diameter of a silver half dime, but not so dll(' :; 1Jg THE ONLY

wide. It was very light and buoyant, and l'm AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS ; Cl'erk-J. .\. Carlisle, Gainesville. : ):. G PAD )om'
aLUNG
like a flake of blue gray mould floating on Sheriff i-Jinni W. Turner, Gainesville.Atesor : Q
1 the water. In twenty.four hours every egg of Ttue*-J. M. Dell, (;stnesv'ille.Collector .:s c 'o Z bE '.MLRt' V
( in the water. In two AMMOXIA. ,. Thomas GamesSuperintendent
.. hatched a wiggle-tail SULPHATE of Revenue U. I -
f or three days the whole school of these lameDemerged vine. ,: Yoru HACK ..\CIII: CUBES BY .\nOHl'TIOTl'RE'tJ; ( WAY)
from their shells into swarm of of School -O. A. Myers, Gnu diseases of the Kidneys Bladder
.r mosquitoes. When they were not an hour ACID PHOSPHATES: Gainesville. and Urinary Organs, by wearing 'the, I.'TX( I> ISIASIS,
c dried and
old. with their wings scarcely i IllKEK COUNTY. 1.1.TIIICO.T IHSIASIS
looking Ialeanti tender, upon inserting my MURIATE OF VOTASH, County Judge-JIM. R. Herndon.Sanderson. IMPROVED EXCELSIOR; : ,
band to test their appetites I found them :: "reallilngThousands Tro..blt'M.
exceedingly voracious, and able to insert Sanderson..erijj-J. ;ii- KIDNEY: I'.1!). It -J- F -
SULPHATE OF SODA, DUJ\'E. INTO ;
l suckers in the sweatpores he curative
their doubled-8 'a' ( Assessor of Ttuet-K.: u. Rogi-rson, Sandcrs agents and systenm
and draw blood. It I is MARVEL of HEALING and RELIEF ;- It Jll'alilljt lIIetlll'lneS
lIH.ws
tn.blletor
I made many observations m afiul expert NITRATE: OF SODA, ( ( of Jt't'C'/IIIt'-I.ldul"i Kenneily, SIMPLE.: SP.XSIBLE, IU HI-XT. Pions 1 that 'Jtml thedisea.e1! parts the
meats upon them, which I have no time Darbyville.SKtrinteudeut. PAINLESS, and POWEUFl'L.: It ITUlvS: ; cause 11l'ath.
noW nor pace in my little paper, to give. School*-\\". O. Hampton.Olustee. where all eW fails. A REVELATION and testify to its virtues.
The most important were In regard to and the SUPERPHOSPHATE, : LIME, REVOLUTION! !In )It'tlidllc.Lsorptl')11 YOU CAN BE RELIT\'ED.1ND: : CORED.tiiiet .
{ Y food they eat, how they are generated; IJU\1'lItJ' COUNTY. or direct medication as opposed: to unsatisfactory -
destroys them SULPHATE MAGNESIA, Pmvidence. internal niedieines. Send fur"our : easily! have -
I apldhsl3an
what II. Richard', !
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and I will County J""Vt'-J : c'Ai.itv ??
The last ill the most important, CutlIl'nTYtlr,,", Lake Butler.SherlffW. treatise I on Kidney tnuibles. sent frin Sold I.'Jl'Tt',\I. i<-\ : -
give the beat mode of prevention! and cure W. Tumblln. Starke. by lniinrists, or sent by mail, on receipt of Sulu: Reiimvly.
{! mosquito: scourge. wInch ntlhl'ts IO Pure Ground Hone.Our It.'KltlnI.akl' price, TWO IOI.L.nS.It.lrl'>>.i by 1)rugri.t:, or sent by mail 011 roCCllt -
for time earth's area. Strictly A***** of TIUC'J. of price, TWO DOLLA1)( :
( portion of the THE "OSLJ.t.X PAD ('0., bv
large a Hutl\'r. TUE
t JIOW TO DESTROY MO,;Q.UITOE4.To lUlector of Revenue-A\tn\\ Cone, LakeXinxrinteuilent William* HI bock, "OSL\ Lrxu 1'\() (:n.,
I work ltI\chc.'ally. these faelll, circulars\ give full particulars, and are HUlll'r. Detroit, )ii-h. Williams Bl.k.,
< berln( thg and experipent all They t' llhllUmf"rlllatton E. .irrt-This i'll i the original and [
-: curt"ful.obscn'stwu mailed free to applicants. of c/wull-C. lIarnsouttark 1 genuine Kidney .i1' Send for testhuunlalslkanrl tour tbork
i cltajned\ by be reJl\eD\bef, and they that will\ bo of service to il o e *?.* 1'.11.101.. for it and take no other. G4 'three! Millions '
must a Year.
hfl .' 3--1m Sent five. Gl
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guide of our efforts to lll'J11Ut '\ buying or using
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Heal INtate.: l'roVMlonal!" !" and llimiiie!" !" ('ardsIr I 1 ....=.==:.......+. i xvs OA Tin r.uur. be equal to iM.(tV.M.'i: gallons\ weighing 113 r

---- --- -- ------ j! oKA\ Bones to good authority, art
Volt S.\ III; AUTiiri! ('. lout, -.4...................... ......4... about two-third! according phosphate! n of l lime and\ near WIIKX going into a pit never fail to lower

one-third gelatine, the little deficiency being n lantern first: t. for half! minute, and if it
TPvENTIST, S IlaeleII' carbonate of IiIlH''hic'li is the burns brightly the air of the pit is fit to

J J same as the ('OIll111l11Iillll' made by burn breathe.A .
+'+-------$+ Fourth St., bet. Centre and Alachua, POX lOXmXTH( SOLICITED. Jug Ihlcol1'hl'( most; valuable ;of thestcomponents
contractor In Boston he t Iii
is the MILK says ,
for fertilizing ,
purposes
I A IHSIHVUM': nonr, I 43 tf FERNANDINA, FLA phosphate: of lime, and next to this is i the making more money by manufacturing his
milk into butter
and cheese than he
!surplus
i is worth
gelatine the carbonate of lime not .
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did his sales of milk.PUOKKSSOII .
E. L. PALMER & CO. by
-------- "'.U. U. ('. IHjlt\'la much as a fertilizer, though it has a useful

part to play as a solvent vegetable mat HntiiKY: claims that more rain

:Situated:; directly on the Railroad, ) COMMISSION MERCHANT: ) [ : -+. ......................................... .................. ter. fl\1illow\ in Nebraska than formerly, and !*
GENERAL .. .. According to (this, three hundred pound that this rain-fall is increasing!' wit'h the

CKNTUE ST., snvn 1 It. R. DKPOT: !Wholesale Fruit Dealer-- of bones contain two hundred. 'pound' llf march of settlement and consequent cultivation
IN ONE: OF THE .. ,;, phosphate of lime wliich i is worth not less! ,

FERNANDINA, FLA -4.............. ............................ ..................J-. for than the two two cents hundred t'er pound pound I, or. The four gelatine dollar I'UOFKSSOU ROIIF.IITS I'Y1thllt: fifty. bushels 1

HEALTHIEST:: PARTS OF FLORIDA. Hay, t'orii, OatN.A. l'IlItlllllot be worth loss than one dollar, giving of wood ashes:: per\ acre i increased' the yield of
least live dollar the value of grass in a certain location more than any
BALTIMORE )1 }). us at as
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other( manure, while groind-hone improved
For particulars address W. {COCKUKLL j)SO. T. WALKER, three hundred pounds of bones. (the clover.
Most farmers attention to the oK
WALTER n. YATIS.KUELL (pay no
FLORIDA MIRROR.Fernandinii( bones about their places-they throw then TIIK... whole cost of planting and cultivating

53-tf Fla. : WALKER: & YATES, UEFKUENCfcS : away. The farmer might; as well throwaway an acre of cotton, ginning the product
COcl his II\ve-Ilulhtr bills as his: bones ; or 1\I1I1.Il'1i\'l'rin it on n railroad, i i'l !stated' by
Rev. 0. 1'. Thackara, Fernandina, Fla. he well lock his bills fora future
might as up South: Carolina planter: at $I1, or aboutl
WALKER Jacksonville\
FLORIDA CocKUEU ])
Till:
( ,
Mr. Frederick A. Fleming, Hibornin' :\. generation, as to let his bones, lie about his cents: per pound

LAND AND IMMIGRATION COMPA'Y .Attorney and Counsellors'FIIlN.1NIl !" Mr. C. M. Bevan, :Augustine, Fla.Xev xtse.premises The: till bills some safely: occupant stow'cd shall away learn, would their ben AN alloy\ for tilling holes in iron i iil easily
\:11.2m: )
( less nulsanreahutliehiss of interest woult' made : Lead nine parts: ; bismuth one ; ant

OFFERS A, FLA. --- - Advertisement-- -- -!" lie no greater illolll'l'asl' than the other. t timolltwo.. This mixture expandsln cooling

On many premises which we have seen !so' that the hole Is perfectly filled by \
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60O.OOO Acres Office adjoining Clerk of the Circuit Court.11'.tLTla -- FOR SAM-:. thcVe are at least three! hundred pounds otbones. the alloy\ when done.

There would have been three times TIIK comb) of a fowl is a sure' Indication of

Of the most: P. YATKS '. 04 4t DESIRABLE HOUSE: CONTAINING : that amount had they not been WI\ tl'l1. 1m! ho state of its health. I If it loses it* bright,
!
_____ '_'.h_'__ utary-1'uhliy __ A live rooms. with Closets, front Piazza: there are three Iitut(1red'oanls a* it i is, am rich color it i is diseased some way, and IIIS
ACCESSIBLE AND DESIRABLE largo Yard Orange, Lemon and Banana they are wort IT live dollars. It'lilt} into the the disease approaches: its worst stages tho II)
o. s. OAKFS, Trees. Centrally located. (Good, title, ete. most available form and properly UIplil..I., comb turns black.ExrKKiMKNTs .
,
they would return lI\u..l'thall live :
LANR9 IS TilEST.TI BUILDER: For further particulars\ inquire at 1tfXOTICI this a few mantas But it is not very convenient : have proved that wooden
otlice. -
COXTIL\t'TOIt ---- for the farmer to"t thl'lI11110 such a posts put\ In (the ground\ In thesame position #I I
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q OF FLORIDA, M.\NTFACTVHKSMOULDINGS ':. form ; what, then shall be done with them in which they grew, top upward will be
1. If the farmer would bury the bones euni'rotten several years sooner than they I
At only 1.2 per acre to new settlers, with ( ; BRACKETS( : :SAWED: AND) -ATTORNEY: heretofore IIlIbl'okl'lIlllele'r and about fruit trees that would if placed top downward in the soil. '

the privilege of selection in parcels of 40 TURNED HA LUSTERS': : : NEWELS:\, LI. POWERS he is t transplant ing, or in t the vicinity of older
11., given i by roc to any one whoinso- IT is rarely (that laying hens get sufficient
WOOD EAVES-
STAIR RAILS ) :
acres or more. These lands arc 10l'utl'elol1 TROUGHS: ( :SHEATHING ever in the :State of FI"ri'o\.l.\ have been fruit trees, or even in his garden or fields, food I at this season of the year. Few personsare :
considerable
and adjacent to the line of the WEATHERBOARDlNi ) rl''olu'c1.il'e: records in office of CountyClerk. bl.hHtht! reach of the plow, a aware howmush a fowl will cat III the
of their value would be sure to come
; FLOOR- part course of a tl\\: '. We must bear in mind
OULF AND WEST INDIA AND B. C. CUVELLIER.( : out sooner or later, but it might be ix longtime
ATLANTIC, : NO. that when the! ground is: bare they are eating
San: Francisco Cal.Nov. 1:1.: issq.\ 3-41 lil'olta hall'ecntur' \probably, p perhaps\ nearly all (the time.
TRANSIT:: CO.'S II. R., Stair and C'lmreh Work -- -- --- --_ whole centuryhelurc. the ingredients wouMbe

Notice to Ta.\-Iajer*. entirely given up. .\" ingenious machine hits )been, devised .1

extending; from FERNANDINA on the At- .\ SPECIALTY. "VfOTlCE i i... hereby given that I am now 1. It' he would break tlll'lIIII' with an for separating tho sound cranberries in a

lantic, to CEDAR KEY: on the Gulf const, JJl ready to receive the :State( and County axe or sledge-hammer! into \pieces of from barrel from the unsound.! They are l'ollr'llIllto
DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES Tuxes assessed l for (the HN tI. My olllcois one to three inches long, and throw them it at (berate of six barrels an hour,
thus affording to the producer cheap, constant year
OF ALL :SIXES, o\crhis fields to mingle with the surface and f the sound bound
i is at the store( of Angel .t: Friend, anti i is ones, having elasticity,
and rapid transportation to the best Post Office Box 17 !I. open\ on Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday, !'oil. where the air and hcatof tlie sun would over a barrier, while those decayed remain.

markets. jan I Fernandina, Fla. when collecting in the country. reach t them the process of decomposition
except ISsEITs I lllll.llorvm not de
but would : caterpillars am!
------ he somcwliat hastened
The belt of country traversed by the Transit I will visit the t following placcsat\ the time Would fltro't'lh\'IIl'j\\r frosts or Intense!' l'ol.'om.\
\Jlmi Jill'I'IN hl'IW..t
beneficial to (
still be !slow, more \perhaps:
II. 11. embraces !
c0\TIL1C'1'O1t A N D BUILDER,, Odom's) Branch ....3lunday.Iuunary" 10, 1 "slKillg'l'I be too thud much: the like'present hoarding l'lIl'rnlloll.! money instead It of eleven! degrees below zero, and after being I

EVERY VARIETY OF" SOIL Ferry.'I'uesduy 11, i ia. fro/en hard nevertheless revived by returnof I
it.
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using
Alachua Street, between Sl''ollelI\11l1 Third,, Dunn's ('reek..1Ccdncsday, I llJ, : If he were to burn the bones with a heat ; hence the gardener must not dc! <

to he found in the State a, large proportion Higginbotliam's..Thnrsday, 13: quantity of refuse wood and chips, letting pl'I\lllIpllll this! : sourco for assistance in ridding l
FERNANDINA, FLA. Brandy Branch..Friday, 11, 1
himself these .
being peculiarly adapted, to the culture ofShMiTuoricAi (Callahan..... .......Saturday, 1", the whole smother down Into ashes and pests.TIIK
Fncm and Early Vegetables) Orders and estimates! from distance carefully Hart's Road: \..........Monday, :30, then apply the ashes. to his fields, be would New York IfcniM, recommends as an !

and The Large Compact Jloiltes of Timber; attended to. .W-tf (Concville............:Tuesday! :31, IIHakl.l'.iI1l'I'IIl' l'Ia\'l'IILJlIllt two-thirds of tho'lIluo of the excellent\ remedy for !sprains' i sores andbruises
bones. The would in this case bodNsipatcd i
gelatine
- -- e1a ', 31: sprained hock joints and IItln'oillt'J
make\;: these! lands worthy of CA11KFUL KXAUIXATIOX Uoohs and StationerIiR.iCIlRI:11' ,'. uW. : but the phosphate of lima would \ in domcstio animals. liniment !
generally : u
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h and would act promptly than
manufacturers of J.nu\fn remain more of creosote
by composed one ounce ; turpentine
I F. SCOTT, Collector.
NAVAL STOKES. : in the lastcase, but being a phosphate (nuts one ounce ; olive! oil, two ounces ; mix
AND Fernandina Dec. 11 IS II. 5-tf
superphosphate), and I but slowly soluble, and rub upon till! affected parts. It Is also

NEW SETTLERS: Wholesale und\ Retail .--- --- ------ --- c"l'l'Il'al':4* : would pass, possibly as many of great advantage In thrush and foot rot. ;
as eight. or ten before Us ingredients would;
WiivrEvKUY Hoi-sK Nixns./: -One of the
: NKVKU in tho of the has
The trouble of thus : : history country
be to plants. ( \:
IOOKS STATIOXI'.IIY \'t'lIl1l'
Purchasing land from this are furnished worst faults of our very faulty IIlCllh'I'lIlIr'lli.
company disposing: of hones: l'\H1111110t ho great. The there been Mich dilllculty experienced inshipping J s
bouses'is
with entire fire jmmtrtyc on the Transit And MUSIC! tecture, as applied\ \ to found in the same operation would, reduce tin rubbish of Western! products: to I the Eastern
architects do take itutu '
f.ict that our nut rplall'l
markets and till seaboard.! The railroad
effects excellent fertilizer
Railroad for family and personal the chip-yard to an
the possibility\ of sickness in the family.
\ unable to handle one-fifth\ of
to the !'tatimIIcarcst the land purchased. 50! 51'i:+T BAY STKKT: Now, no house is", \properly constructed: of The the whole gelatine value! would of thin bo bones saved, except and would that companies the\ freight are which Is offered to them and

TITLE COMPLETE:, being derived by that has not in it a room or rooms expressly sick be realized within no very long period.\ they have: notified I shippers: that they will

grant from the United States and purchase JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA nml designed infirm.for This the accumulation room should, in of the the first Thu result: of the "l'l'ratiolllll'illJ.t a 'ool''hush.huteuf receive only i pi'rishablo goals.1'il' ..

from the State of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE. lime, which i is rather slow in is of disease ).
\place, have a warm sunny exposure.! The poultry a symptom : ,
\ and in its action with common wood ashes,which and not itelf disease 'It is
window light should be ample, command / a ; commonly/ an
: SOLICITED. the willl'loto\ illin view. The first act iiuickly\ could, hardly be misapplied..\ It Affection of the air passages, which compels:

;-i1"S'hool ISoolcM a Specially.-OTi; essential in a sick-room i is a uoI.IiI'l'rullil'l"I i I would. bo well adapted to any of (lie cereal the fowl lo breathe" through Its mouth bo-

.._ .. place. Through it, and I by means of the ,, grains, to all root (crops and to all or nearlyall coming, dry In coiiseiUence.| A hard! substance
and mailed ------ --- --- -- /
Descriptive MAW CIKITLAK.S on ,_.Fertilizers. warmth which it generates, the whole room fruit trees: certainly to (the! apple, I Ihe pear, forms at the end of Ihotonguo,home- s,

application. and, the quince.. limes the roof of the mouth
-------- is kept in its atmospheric' condition, wholesome : extending to ;
J. X. IIOHSO.V A SOX, and pure. Not only sit, but a ,.,slow I. lloiling i bones in lye, and then reducing Ibis causes the noisy breathing which produces
CIIAS. W. LEWIS: ;
them to and applying the lyein
powder,
and shades its the 'IIIUI.lot'
burning lire with its I lights pip.
_ Land Commissioner. ,, which they have been boiled, greatly" diluted i-
brands its curling
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glowing :
Olliee cor. Beach and Seventh Sts. -I ('J'I 1jft 1- i rising and sparks many-colored I smoke, and\ itschangct'ul : ( with water; to growing crops, has till IN I Chicago then' are si x or Seven factories
164 f embers, furnishes diversion! to the sick advantage of saving: tlc gelatine as: ,\.1111.. whit'harchirnhtguut2 ,lNH) or.'H>,(IHKI poundsf 4
the mineral i part of the bones! : hut it is attended lard! butter) dailThe stuff I Is m made ot'I ,
one who lies watching it. Nothing is: more [ lard lit tie with
with much t\'llIlIIOlllle) considerable. soapstonouiidii butter other
FLOICIUArpOWN CHARLESTON :S. C.! than the influence I
TII11 soothing and quieting !
labor. His doubtful, therefore whether it I hin 's mixed in it to make It look and tidelike
which subtly steals: into (the senses of him should be recommende.d: uuh-ss Jhero is a I butter, and Is (then/ disposed of as dairy
themselves: strictly to their wiio : dreamily into the gentle tlamoitself. ,
IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.Fcriiandina CONFINlNf illl'Ss. respectfully solicit; conbijrnmonts. gazes. The walls too. should have theirproper large quantity' t of bones: to be disposed of or creamery! butter and at nearly the Slums
and there is: every convenient'!' for doing( itadvantageously. price as tin* genuine/ article. Most of this Is:
t adornment, Pictures that Suggestquiet
: :
The phiwphate of lime shipped! 1o:1I1It: and South.
anti' 'eau-e, and the free, fresh: life of
---------------- would In this: case, as in the last, be! in a
nature outside: stoup be on them ; a Tilt stomach of horse has four coats or
f 1'llt'I'IlulIltti. { green clambering vine, clinging ambitiously !state to require several years to bring it out coverings, iind each, oiur'lia.s the power of

IS. Line to the ceiling ; a library caste filled with fully ('outraging and relaxing: which produces 11
Town on 1C. --- ---------- uIII'a know of to make
familiar books: ; curtains, : that soften the r. The ) we series uf folds and wrinkles: serving to agl-1.tlliu

And ('('dn" Key: This business has been our special trade light vhilleaduitliugit-alllhcsu( are helpful Indies: return their full value promptly then to is till' alimentary moss: mixing the con-

For over twenty years, and we have endeavored to one who lies in Cvcakiessand can take first: to reduce them to IIlow'h'r. of sulphuric put tentruil bringing every part in its turn to
half
to furnish our planting friends a PURE no more of life than what a little room re with them about I ; he influence of tho gastric juice, and at the
diluted in three four times
ARTICLE, and their continued patronage is veals. The object of the construction ami acid or as same time working tho mass through thoiliiuentary
of which is to
our: best! illllor"'lIll'lIt'l' are prepared to location of a sk k-ruuiu should\ be to giveerfect much) water the! operation canal to the duodenum.EicitoKS .
Offers to Lessees: and Purchasers a large till orders for all kinds of Fertilizers toJ.tetlll'rwith accommodation\ anti protection to change the slowly. soluble phosphate of lime
into the more easily soluble siH'crphoHphate.and in butter making are uncleanliicss -
Cotton and Corn Fertilizer and the invalid while at the samu time it suggests
and desirable our :
number of the most eligible limn, beyond
to convert the excess of ( i ; ton much acid ill cream, cascino orxittermilk
'. the and !freedom! of being tinconfined
COlllpoUlleld'll'h beauty
\. what l is required for the superphosphate) in a decomposed I state: too much :
for of thegreat ,
Lots, suitable for Business Purposes or J. N. ..0JlOX.:40:; : -the life and animation the,
into sulphate of thougypuuit( or plaster.) 'riction in churiiiiiLC or working butter ;
e. .
ce/ t'harleshm. :S. out-door world beyond.DIVISION
City or Suburban Residences, On account of the extra labor, and the unpleasant ud suit and too niiich of it ; foul milking

I Orl.n d: 'O.'S nature of the sulphuric acid the stables and impure water odors from various:
) or Horns AND hxl'n4.-Wh langer! even of having it about in families!, sauces, known/ and unknown. These are

, UPON EASY TERMS. ......... ..................... ...................,............... ( tone hour divided into sixty stconts't'his minutes, and this mode can hardly be recommended.Of \. errors vital in their consequence, and not
.. .. each! minute again into sixty : all the possible modes of applying' the generally; thought as of any importance.
juestion is often asked- I by intelligent dillIren bunts of the the third which we
)& 1'I:It'I'II.IZI:1t "tJ, premises
IT has been noticed fact that
l ; and the answer is: t hit: : We havesixtylivisions although as a during
: mentioned that of burning them
Liberal Discounts Values allowed to : lave
on .................................................................. : on the dials of our clocks: and attended 1 with the loss! of the gelatine the recent terrific thunder storms: the light- :
parties engaged in manufacturing or indus watches because! the old Creek astronomer, i is on the! whole to be preferred if the dug has never done anv damage In cities of
who lived in the second century considerable size Undoubtedly? the iron
any
Ilipparchus, !is to be made at home, as wesul.I5re
trial enterprises, who will erect on the property IS; THE IIESTfI1IiING before Christ!!t. accepted the Babyloniansystem !'reparation! and only on a small scale, and which enters NO largely into the const ruction

of reckoning time, that system beingsexigosimal. o f cities-in buildings railroads, telegraph
purchased; substantial improvementsfor siieciul conveniences. For this:
for FALL Ci.\HUJ'XS-it: icing witl.llllt11) '
lines etc. the. electric fluid ,
The Babylonians: were aeli'uinted ilirec- -dissipate* soapldly
residence, or in which to conduct their j. not only a perfect plant (oMl. but will with the decimal system ;; but for mode we will give more particular ofyane and completely us it the i
the ground quantity UI'proadlt'H
ions a
all insects distance. : spread on : '
keep at U respectful
counted l earth that it is rendered!
column or I'ra'tllll'uq""Sl'll( they !
business For sale in any quantity, large or small! ( chips! ; set them on lire and when
hy sushi and nti ; the vtui representing half burnt and the ground I Is hot
and orders. delivered FREE: : on hey are
INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS country and the twin sixty times sixty, 1 is
boats or cars. Vegetable growers, TRY IT. sixty, : brow the bones on them ; cover these again UOUSKHOLIt IXtJJI'LIIItI1:'

by exemption for a term of years from iOl'LD it CO.. hirty-six hundred. From Hipparchus.that with coarse chips, and when the pile lielilies -
mode of reckoning found its: way into the bo CE11mxrvolt' HIMM.-Dissolve fine glue in
hot, HO as not to easily
:3m 811'. St. Jacksonville\ Flu. (( pretty
U Bay ,
taxation offered by the several cities and works of Ptolemy about 150 A. I)., and smothered, throw over the whole/ all the trong acetic acid to form a thin paste.:
---- the stream of sd-! .
hence was! carried down inc l'Iall'oI.: brush or rubbish of any kind Evr: LEHH l'Uluc.--'arlllcn) as well as othr '
towns. to ,
Apply G. I'. AVintv, nee and (civilisation and found the way to hat you want to get rid of and let the whole :*, should eat mutton and fowls and less

r Oflice cor Beach & 7th sts., Fernandina.IGtf the dial plates of our clocks and .watches.ITALUX burn down together Into ashes.-3lMl'leyuter. Mirk. It will improve their health.

)FKIKH. : Am.K*.-Pare and core blame largeIiplcs
1l''T.UCII.-'fakc two-third of a
slice them thin, roll the slices! in
Undertaking.' teacup of finely ground mustard, one teapooiiful ..HJlllCUI4TUIl.tr4'tn'ls.. lour, and fry blow ; in this wuy they are
F --- -- ---- r IVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.CARRIAGES : "' of sugar, half tablcsjioonful of fait line.
onsful of butter yolks of eggs. try
twu tablccj )
ic. 31. IIIM>IKSO\, '; AND WAGONS and one-hall teacup ofviu.-g r; stir well, and WATKI: filtered through charcoal becomes"crfcctly l"JLUXt4.UCl': I' marrow, bound on and reicwcd '.t

To and from tt.'aIlll'1lmll Trains. add the whites of the eggs l beaten to a froth. I twice u day U: said to be the m<*.l cf'uctual -1

Set the dish in a kettle of hot water and (cook pure.PKTKOIKOI agent for the cure uf those painful

CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, Err.: stirring all toe; while, till the (compound t i is excellent preservative of visitants. felons.Anns. J

FOR SALE :tIORSES come thick. If too thick add vinegar. ex|>oHod woolwork. and tools. .-When !tit-ople fec-1 the wed of an

BUGGIES., HARNESS.CARTS ;. TUB metals which! are found to longest 1 retain al'ill. if I they would let vinegaraloneunluseenaatsorsilurupplvshey
; AND WAGONS. Writing from l'hI1l3.l1l11i..iollar) nays:" At heat are brass and copper ; next iron, ( : I would feel just
('hill Yarn we saw a herd of wine in boots ItJIII.) 1 lastly in order lead.A at well) satisfied\: and receive no Injury

yar TEP.MS C.\SU.-i It scents that having far to be driven to marut To chiin a papered wall tie a tlannel cloth

.. qtr Ottk and Stable-First Street neaiJroom the |xx r creature feet get knocked up; iititof Ir.nlor the heat a of taker the laid over[ smoke a lirecvnrcntrutes over a broom ur bru-.h und wipe! down thq '

Street Wharf. 4! -tfoit hut giving them a I pair, or rather two pain, passing wall beginning at the lu}). Tlu-n rub the
the lire. .
UNIIIR'1'.ilEIt.FI1"Tll II f $lNMiuiuadeuriruw they are enabled to do and creates a draught; through; wall down with u piece ot stale bread with .> \

he without risk of hurting their is much tender and .
journey A I'lKi'e of beef more the crust min
.\\<;t: HONES.mills .
ST.FERNANDINA. : FLA eg*. juicy when the! animal has ken fed on
MOTIU.-.\ piece of patter or linen mobt-
-
runts than beef made: where no roots are
HOOPS One of the SS'cy't Che: t rr JoClJICf'II tell uf a cncd' with turpentine lUllIUt Into the wart!.
WOOD AND fed.
BURIAL nour:... METALLIC CASES, FOR oJ.XnOX& rat that was caught upping the kt'1' of a rube! or drawers for a ..ingle day at a time

: COFFINS A.M CASKETS. Fernandina The auiniul appeared. to enjoy the I TIIKUK are 6,::,611) square inches to an two or threw time a year, .U u preventive

:Telegraphic 3i-3un order pronely attended to. for G9-U sale at by I'. !'. iIISIIOP.s jungle she was JU4kln .. acre, and an inch of rain on the acre would against moths. :' ; ,


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t L 4: THE FLORIDA MIRROR. returned to.you laundricd in the most approved Ed., the night porter of the --
style. Egmont, first Hall In Marlon CountAs )/. The Weather.1OCAt. .
surprised the
C .1.00 ..! YEAH; $1.00 FOR SIX MOXTlfs.Correspondence. \McBridc, who has located a news and lay night with attaches some refreshments of the Mirror on Fri- the shades of midnight were settlingover OBSERVATIONS.FKRNNI .
from Mr. Marion FIA. January: 14, 1881.
county on Friday night, the : >IN\ ,
curiosity stand ut the Egmont Hotel keeps Good-sell!! which both
were
refreshing! and In--
J railroad of .
men the 1'ell insular Railroad laid 18t\O. I 1881.
L constantly on hand all the leading dailies, vigorating. ,
l The MIRROR desires to reflect the interests periodicals etc. the first rail in Marion county. It is work

i t''I f pleasure of the whole State and will publish with We have,a theatre specially planned for hand On Thursday were ,engaged night in, .unloading while the railroad lumber night and day until the work h completed.rcrnandlna 1. 1JU)'. I ti I I" I ... I ,: I.= I _

There ace communications from the interior. travelling companies} and all dramatic per from the cars to the wharf, a piece of heavy cC Jacksonville Engine Saturday-- 8 (41'-70n52 52--Rain.Sunday .

t many valuable experiments being formances worthy of patronage are well sustained timber flipped from the skids, striking Number 2. U l4)j ) (4)1 44 46 ]Lain.1londay .

carried on, the results of which would be of by our people. Dougherty of the The Fcrnundina it Jacksonville Railroad 10 fiO it; 04 i2 Itai11.
/ one men his
on dislocating
great value to others and information hip, Tuesday 11 (fil f;.' 52 50 Cloudy.1Vc.htesday .
of the has received ?
)Ir. Willie the It i is engine No. 2, which is! equipped
Slinking same. that '
t growth and so well and favorably supposed he is ( 12 112 C0 40 'i0; I'ar.!
progress of the newly settled known at this place, and his bride passed seriously l injured. with air-brakes, etc., and in every respect as Thursday tJ: 58 IN! 30 HO I'Rlr.
portion are matters of general interest. good an engine No. 1 4S 54 5O2 Fair.j .
n through Fernandina on their way to the St. Will not our city authorities give to Passengers as only not quite so Friday: U _

Local Reflections. Johns river this week. on trains and stcamcrsthc same protcction large. ---... .. .. ---- ...

Our town can boast of us many boys with at our depot and wharves as is given Steamer Florida. ,L. fit I1VL.

Trout velocipedes at Jacksonville, Savannah elsewhere The steamer Florida arrived on Wednesday -
are becoming plentiful. as any place of its size in the by fort> of I'ernandlna.

Early vegetables are late this season. country. We have some experts, and hopeto having an officer stationed at such places afternoon with 103 passengers! : A special HIGH WATER.

get with authority to prevent the crowds from train, consisting of three new cars, and
up a race soon. Saturday, Jan. 15; ..... 7)7: A. :M. 8:14: I'. :M.
Everybody is hated by somebody. Is this car mine?" asked a traveler he being an annoyance strangers? new engine,equipped with air-brakes, was inrcadincssfand /Sunday, .. 1(5(; ...... 8:31: 8:53: "

Some very fine cattle are to be seen on our halted in the as Mr. Charles H. Mallory the left here at 3 p. III., under the Monday, to 17..... 0:11: It U:3G: < 'tl'nesday
depot and his steamshipowner !!
placed hand to 14II "
on
10.08
island. 18..... !9:47: :
f the rail. "No, sir," responded the brakeman I i.s! haVing built at Mystic Bridge, supervision of Captain :Saussy, for Jackson!! Wednesday, W..l0:22: 10:45: "

The Amelia river is "as calm and peaceful ; "that's Venetian red, I reckon." Conn., n schooncr-rigged yacht, which is to ville. Thursday I 20......11:01: It 11'28 "

I ns a lake." Mile. Sara Bcrnhardt has not yet made lie launched soon. She is 75) feet keel, 00 feet fete Coaches. Friday, :21(::::.11:4': ...... It

I Oak wood sells in this market, for $1 per her first appearance in this city. Her overall, 22 feet 0 Inches breadth of beam, Three coaches and one combination car
engagements ENTERED.:
cord, delivered. elsewhere will and I 0 feet 0 inches depth of hold. She will fur the Fernandina it Jacksonville! Railroad j
probably preventher Jan 'J) S P St Johns, Vogel, Charleston.
from fly the colors of the New York Yacht Club.A arrived this week 'hesecarsarevery: handsome F JI'er-J.E Poland I I
Chas
Centre street depot has been full of freight visiting our place this season. Jan 11-Seh : : ,

during the past week. The new car for the Jacksonville & Fenian- and the workmanship the very best. Charleston.!
steamer St. .
/ult/l arrived
on Thursdaywith diva Railroad arrived hero yesterday after They are painted iru11-rust color trimmed Jan 14-SPSt John. Vogel Charleston.Jan .

To amuse the public, what. a sad vocationfor quite number of passengers.: She noon. It i is fitted up in the! best style and with old gold, making a pleasing contrast. 14-Brig Angelia, )Mitchell, Savannah.

a man who thinks I brought a large number turpentine hands supplied! with an air-heating apparatus. cU:\HIm.
Union. They arc equipped with the Westhighouse!
for the farms on the St. Sch I'ellro.lrace, A Hand Phil
Going through without change doe's' not Upper Marys river. automatic air-brakes. Jan 7- ,
The
referred i is
apparatus to not for heat adelphia.
...,
suit the sleeping car Methodist Episcopal Church South --- ---- ----
porters. Rev.J. ing purposes, but an air-brake for stopping Jan 11-S P St Johns, Vogel, Charleston. f

There are seven vessels at the upper lumber Atkins, pastor.! Services at 11 a. In. and trains on short notice and preventing dis: Robbery at llailroad Office.' Jan 12-Sch Wm II Junes, :S L Falken- '

docks taking in cargo's.The 7 p. in. each Sabbath. Sunday School at 3 aster.A On :Sunday; morning it'a reported that berg, New York.
D F St
Jan -Brig Jcorge, Morgan,
p. in., and prayer meeting each Wednesdaycvning. burglars !had invaded the railroad office and
new lumber docks can now accommodate very interesting little model for instantaneously I Croix. WI.
stolen quite a sum of lIIonc '. The "doubletluick"
two or more vessels. detaching horse from IX POUT.
a a carriage,
of some of the railroad attaches on
At the
contest of the
The Cumberland Route has been well pat Rifle Club, Wednesday is to be seen at the Egmont Hotel. The their to the office caused considerable Bark 1-.:. \I. Stanwood.

ronized during the past week. evening, the badge was won by Mr. Geo. horse runs off, and is detached without way Brig George( E.: Dale .
excitement and crowd
quite a congregatedto
D. Gilchrist. Miss Julia Brig Arcot.
Horsey, making the trouble
Travel on the Atlantic, Gulf it West India best the ladies leaving the carriage behind, and gather the news. In a few minutes it Brig Kildonan.
score
the
ladies'badge.
among wears
Transit Railroad is very heavy. only carrying oil the harness! on his! back. was ascertained! that an entrance to time ofhiceOCCltpled Brig Atlas.
The contrivance I is Brig Angelia.
simple and has
very
Work on the new offices, near the railroad One of our merchants overheard by Mr. W. O. Jeffreys, Jr., local Schooner E. II. Runiincl. '"
was to proved very successful.Mr. .
had been effected of the
agent, through one
has commenced.
; building, say that he had rather be a conductor
on L. F. Goodsell, proprietor of the Eg- windows by the application' of tar cloths, to Sideboard for Sale
Mr. Morse, of Plymouth, N. H., has taken one of our Fernandina it Jacksonville trains, :
mont Hotel, and Dr. J. D. Palmer, were on a deaden the sound of the breaking of the A marble-top Sideboard for sale cheap for
charge of the office at the Egmont Hotel. than to sell goods. Ho cannot forget his'
hunt on yesterday and had a jolly good glass: the safe opened, papers turned up and cash. Apply at this office. .

; The orange crop of :Marion county is reported first love. time. They killed birds until their shoulders some thirty dollars in change, with some -- --- ----

not badly damaged by the recent cold The appointments of J. A. Edwards as were made black and blue and bagged papers, taken oil Every place around the Orange Lake Oranges.

snap. clerk of the circuit court of Nassau county, many birds us they could bring home. Mr.Goodscll office! was ransacked for some clue to the Persons wishing to buy large or small lots

We notice two beautiful rustic baskets and "'. F. Scott, tax-collector of Nassau! i is! perfectly infatuated with the opportunities : cracksmen without success.Sportsmen's of this: superior fruit can leave orders at the

adorn the ladies entrance to the Egmont county, have been confirmed by the State afforded to sportsmen: on Amelia packing house of Bishop, Iloyt it Co., southof

Hotel. Senate. Islam i. Abfrs. the railroad office. Prompt attention and 4

IlAIIIIIT-I.-OIIC: of the growing industriesof careful packing will attend all orders.
The steamship City of Austin, Captain Has anybody been that beautiful white A pitiful subject was! seen nn Centre street
Australia is: the cooking and canning of (;EO. BUKNSIUE.
Stevens is duo, here to-morrow en route to bird of the SMengrts ffnllajuim species: ? The wharf on Thursday. .\. person with a gash
rabbits. Why cannot these agile rodents bo
only one on tho island. Perhaps: some of
Nassau. extending from his forehead to his check, Brick,
utilized in the in this
I our sportsmen have killed mistaken it for all open' and bare, and exposed to view. He same way country. Lime,
+ The schooner Ethan Allen has been chartered -
DKKK.) -During the past week one of our
the genus Grits. cannot account for his misfortune. /Such Cement,
from Cedar Matanzas at $i.50p'r
Key sportsmen: saw five deer on the ridge between Plaster
thousand. Mr. Thompson, of Westchcstcr, Pa., has cases! should> be taken in charge by our the iight-house and the beach.WIM Hair,
arrived in this State and will at officials and prevented from standing in
once proceed AT H.\ 1I0R\ & HOVT'S.
The cry is, "Wood! wood wood !I" and CAT.-That big wild cat, on the
to thoroughly investigate the utilization public places when our thoroughfares: a fl'crowll1't
yet no enterprising person, will establish a island, has not yet been brought in for in- > Sot
l"ost-0jlce I('C.
of the lime rock on the line of the ). .
i yard in our city. Transit Railroad. t' spection. Office( llinirs-From 8:00: A. M. to GOO: p. :>r.
Don't it make shiver when read Hotel l keepers are about to make a united 1''uTHlI)4aPurirt(1 arc not so plentiful Money[ Orders and Registered Letters! from

you you Lately three car loads: of silk worms, val- effort to have the present legislature, repealor as they were a few weeks ago. 8.00: ) .\. M. to 1KO: J'. )(. : and from 2.(w) p. :M.
,'t that in the North and West the thermometer to 3W:: ) P. M. :Sundays: from 10:30: to 11:30: .,.
ued at $1,000,000, arrived at New York from modify the law in regard to the hotel Sxirix.-Snipes are seen in good numberson I : :
records 25) below zero. :M. and laO: to 4:30:: p. :M. .
China via San Francisco, for France. Flor- I license tax. They claim the tax is bllflll'nfoomellllunjutlt the inland, but keep at such a distance it
Mr. Gustave Leve, of the firm of Lcvc t ida could introduce this business and marksman them. A1SKIVAI AND DErVUTfHK OF THE :VIL8.
easily and they think by a proper takes a good to get Xnrthern Mail; -Arrives daily at 10:30: A. :M.

Alden, Tourists' Agents, was in town for a realize handsomely.: representation> of facts bearing on this subject GI.VHS IIVLLS.-Our sportsmen think it is Closes 3.00: I'. :M.

8 few days the past week. Freight trains, between Fernandina and the legislators will acknowledge tltojUitnC's easier to kill birds: on the wing; than to Southern Mail-Arrives "" "" 3:101':: :M.

The sanitary committee have placed Mr. Callahan stop and deliver freight only at the :! !! of their claims and cither greatly strike glass balls from a spring trap. fit. Marift and Closes!Trailer's hill .1'lil-10:00: A. :>1.

4 Ellermann in charge of the work of draining following places : t-mile post ; Hart's Road ; modify or repeal this law. Arrives! Tuesdays: and Fridays tit 2:30: p. :M.

the pond on the hill. Ma rrled. Closes! Mondays and Thursdays: at 8.00: ,\. :>r.
18-mile John Hi
post ; 241-mile post or gitl- Mr.( of Callahan superintendent ,
our
Mahoney, IhTI"TOXIT'I.lht the evening of Kt. Marift, (;a., tniliArrives /- ''II

Will our young people join in an especially botham's wood rack. of !schools for Nassau: county,.arrived the 7th hist by \'. Atkins, Mr.( (1. Hed- Mondays( and Thursdays at 8:00: .... M.

noteworthy sacred concert, for the benefit G. G. Davenport, representing the United at this place fl'OlIXorth Carolina, on stone to Miss Breketta'fa-ala. All of Old "" Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: p. M.
1V cdn'rday'sandsat'tlays:; at 9:00
y of charitable purposes. States Fish Commission, passed through our Sunday last, with thirty-two turpentine Town, Fla. Closes : A. M.
TuesdaysVe.lnesdays:
Work is being pushed ahead vigorously place yesterday with sixteen cases contain- hands.: Ho reports that in North Carolina Fridays and Saturdays ,nt 2:30 J'. M.SAML. .

tho'Fernandinat Jacksonville Railroad under ing seventy carp each, which arc to be placedin tho thermometer was :20 below zero, and Hotel ."'rlm's. T. ItmvELt.,1'. M.

Ii the new order of affairs. I the rivers and lakes of this: State. that it had become an absolute: necessity to -- .
well known the lumber I three \snow-plows in order to lout trains .:to IOXT HOTEL.Mrs New "'--
Dan, who, was on Tho hunters who were aroused at \'c'rtbic'uU'uts.
S B Williams. Miss S B Williams
!
a in handling lumber, died o'clock and Cl'O&ll'dmdia river in through. :\r( Mahoney was: looking well : ---..--- .
dock as an expert a. m., n Miss Cora Williams: Mrs M( L Scudder, Jr, -- --

on Thursday of pneumonia. cold northwester, lUlil'r still Intnl. and hearty. two children and maid Chicago ; WII Clark, DiMsoliition" (l* Partnership.HIE .

Health is generally good here at present- They took their stand, and dearly sacrificed Our friend Mr. Burnside, who represents J Henry H "'urthin P Cooper ton,and J It I G wife i Jhls'arlll1nd, Gustave Leve wife,, '1' ; partnership heretofore existing under -
the firm name of I!. WAIS it
one grown person down with measles and a their time, returning minus: a "layman. lion P. P. Bishop this place has kindly \Irs'I( Chapman, T N Boynton N Smith is this: day dissolved.B. Sox-

few up and around with colds. "'c understand that the shell has been furnished:! with some of the orangesplucked and ladvA Lehman, XCYork ; J R. Cut F. \\'_\.\:; will continue the business

is his truck secured to repair the road to the beach. from the trees at the grove of Mr. ter. Georgia; ; (' A Gals, j It Hert (' G the same as before, and will do ]his best to
Dorsey, the gardener, : getting Schlenker, Ohio; R C Soutlmick, Florida ; merit
farm in good shape 'He works day and There is every indication of fine weather, Bishop, at Orange Lake,since tho cold snap, AC Ixipcr, ]Baltimore, 1' H Tuck and wife, liberal a public.continuance of the patronage of a

and should bo encouraged. and it is highly important our drives shouldbe and we can without fear of contradiction, H.Lltimore(1'8; ( Joseph (ioo.lsell and son, R. WAAS & SON.
night,
made attractive to our numerous visitors.: HUthat they arc the sweetest we have J Walter.. Savannah ; (;en W Morse New Fernandina, Fla., January I, 1881. 8-2t::?
Professor K. P. Crane, of Pittsburgh, formerly fruit is not in Hampshire ; Miss(i M /Stevens l. West Point,
of Florida will preach in the Presbyterian Thieves entered the kitchen of Mrs. Hor- tasted this year. The injured New York; .\ Telling, Newburyiiort' Mass: ;
sey's boarding house: on Thursday evening, the least and; tho trees are said to be as fresh, M( A Brion. Ixiwell\ Mass: : ; Joseph \\'ill'ox.I'hihlllt'lphia Xotloc 0'J.'hanl Proof

church tomorrow morning.A which intendedto gr'cnl\1II1 vigorous as in the past. The ('uhIWU'c ; Sang, Pittsburgh, 1'J; (n i LAND OFFICK AT G.UXESVILLE, FL....,
striking sentiment for a railroad festival and stole the supplies were did not injure the old bearing trees a Thornton J H Redding John Fitzgerald( January 5th IS';1.
faithful tenders be cooked for yesterday's breakfast. It Florida ; JT Penney, Highland Flaj i (5 GDaYoiiHirt "VfOTICK) is hereby given that time follow- 4 ,
the
: "Our mothers- only would bo well for our people to see that particle, the sap being dormant. t Soirte nursery l"nih.ocltuh': Fish Commission.MANSION _I.l ing naUlt'll'Ull'r[ ha tiled notice of his
who never misplaced a switch. t old are perhaps u intention to make final
their doors arc lucked trees one or two years IIOI.;. proof in support of

t"t A small boat load of fine oranges arrivedon little stinted in growth, but otherwise arc II II Hart and wife, Toledo. Ohio ; R J before his claim, and that said proof will be made
J.
Fernandina is not HO full of sportsmenthis A. Edwards: Clerk Circuit Court at
Thursday from Dungeness, and were retailed not hurt. The cloudy weather, just after Camp, I S O'Neill, JUIIIl.OOndl'fSOlI: RevJAtkins K-rnandiua Fla.. ,

at the wharf at two cents each. winter as it has been on some Ilre'iousoc'a the cold weather, I having; been a great protection J R Nortleet N I. Miltrcd. T R MI!- 9. lS1"iz: :, JAMIvS Wednesday.: I. LONG'Homestead; February
!>iuns, but to judge by the number of tred Florida ; Dr S Hitch. Hiss 'KatitBur- No. 17U". for Lot .
to both fruit and trees. No. 1 "f Section l in Township
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Messrs. Bishop and Harris are shipping carloads persons, who are inquiring for dogs there uro bank, Georgia; ; II S Klv: Minnesota: ; John I 2, North of Range 2S E.: He names the
0 i L I'atzellV A Uv
of oranges direct from their groves on here to a drag and finish Hopkins, Tallahassee I. following witnes. to his continuous
quite enough run Steamship JJoC'1., Fla.; John H !Kearney, KV; Parnell. MMoore. prove
the Peninsular Railroad to the West.Mr *' residence tip\*m.and cultivation: said land
with a bagman, New fender piles have been driven at the Philadelphia : Julius King, Hl\'nn viz.: Alfred Baker

J. G. Thornton, Superintendent of the Alligators are plentiful on the St. Marys steamship tlcx k. Transit nah, Ga.;It T R Clark.M N Chicago Stone. ;Boston II.LilHlIlith James, Samuel Petty, of Fl'rnmdina'I", of Fernandina.; John, Fla.D.;
;
t International Ocean Telegraph Company, river. Sportsmen can have all the fun they I.aw, Winona, Minn( ; J.t McFurland; Mrs.A Low,of of Fernandina. Fla.; and Wm. Wilson

ti i wasfc guest of the Kgmont this week. want, if they are partial to this sport, by Spoken. R Thomas, Chattanooga, Tl'IlIltlwiu: E 8-5t, Fernandina.1.. Fla.
A. BARNES
Beautiful moonlight nights, and many of taking the steamer Flora either Monday or November 21, latitude :21.30 north, long 37 Knight, James B Knight, Thomas S Bird, Register.

of them armed and ed bark Eagle (Br.), Graham, from Boston ; Charles L Livers, BrOIl>lOIl, Fla.; L
our young people take advantage Thursday mornings! ( mipi as twest, Young S Brooks and wife Mavnurd, Ma.s.; M E TRY TIlE

a desirous of making the most of a pleasant 'gator shooting directs. St. Marys, (ia.. (October 20,) Montevideo. hunt Huntsville.; W II LeCuin, R M

It treat. The cause of tho non-arrival of the New --- S; T I' Criglutun Savannah ; Gus Fowler, ]NEW YORK OBSERVER ,
Condition of Seventh Street. John Mi-Call, Ed: M Cheney. Jacksonville
;
.r ( "'Jlands were busily engaged this week inlaying York steamer City of VaUat. this week, was call attention to the indifference Mrs M Chapman. Ansel G Cook XYork THIS:: YEAR.
Again we
down Iron from Centre street to the on account of a slight tire, which originated Robert Towns: Jacksonville ; A Midford..

lumber docks at the foot of Broome in her forecastle, necessitating her going on manifested in thedrainage!Seventh street. Natal Brazil. S A ; Col B II Coachman, J P -
t3, new The sanitary committee, the street committee Coachman Urlllbon'II\.; Major T J Burrin
The slight not exceeding THE LAliGEST
the docks. damage was .1.V D
., street. or the city council most assuredlyhave Dr. J.: J Hill. Lawtey. FJa.; L A Davis, Orange BEST FAMILY

Mr'William A. Lutes and a i>arty from a few hundred dollars. some jurisdiction in the matter. Bluff *"-.; J L Beach Brunswick, Gas; 1'APEli IX THE WORLD.

l Colonel Martha of New York,ar- Captain' C McLean: Brig KUiloran; Captain
) dally expected to help The steam-yacht ---- -- -- -- -
tW Indiana are D F Inl''oln. Brig Gt'urYI" ; C .A Fairchild jp& Send for
Moore and >Ir. W. Taylor at railroad rive.lhereon Wednesday. She,will remainat Leptattattre ;\0 t('II. l\-lIar Icy, Fla: James \\'oOtl.I. Cle\'IulI.l' Sample CoI-J'roo.

building. this port, subject to charter for excu ionrartil'll "Oh, here's yer nice mock-turtlesoup! Ohio) : Charley Cooke. Urallth' Unmdl, 'la.;: -

member of the legislature to Dungeness, Cumberland Island, Hero's yer lamb and ham, yer jelly and yerjam1 C: .'u Van Nustrand 1, T.mronto, l'UlHlt1a : ('nptain NEW YORK OBSERVER,
Chas Angel, localities F B A very. St Marys. Ga.; Mrs. Davis. 1.3t 37 Park Row, New York.
and other intending
week St. Marys river, hotel explained that he
this county wa in town this A keeper daughter and s.mrm,1'emmsylvunia ; Captain J

front called here on account of sickness in near Amelia Island. thus announced his bill of tare instead of Richaulson. Steamer /'/ r.i ; Ix-wis Merriam O1t.1\Ct: im\is.

: elug ba'rk Martha 1Tutttr has been chartered having it printed out of consideration: r and wife Miss E Griffin Greenfield! Mass.-;
The -
ltla fiuuily. Norman Merry, New York ; L Jones, Flor
.\
of Dover, who swallowed from Fernandina to Montevideo,South the members of the legislature. good WHIN WOOD AND hoops

George Wilson' dead', There is no doubt but America, for lumber at #18.25r thousand. many of them come hero from time to ida.J. A Poll ORANGE: BOXES.

P al live fro-'Li resulted from the swallowing feet The brig Purudl for same port, at $19! time," he toalJAIlJ *!*) few can read that 1 !L. Cuuxs, :Slu-ritfof Lenawee county, for IKMI sale, at Fernandinu bv

/ that his death l thousand, and thu brig JCUitonaa from found it best to b jive my bill of fare run tvee." Pail"Mich.\ for, says L1'\lIwhlnllitU'ultit'll.: I have worn an and"(hair have Lung nut P. P. lHSu.. l'. .

or that frog : .\ at $IU Things" An' now chang**!. He kas lair' bills, btv troubled UBSCRIBE TO THK'MIRIIOR b.S -
,- cents each to scud Feniandiua to Buenos ) res per with a cou.;U nights since: :: I2PEK J

, T It.>costs noN and just cuirf three abroad anti have them tLoU. l1l1. of fare printed wearing it.-&' .!J.t. annum ; $1 for six momlis,

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