Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: February 5, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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STATKMMS.Alnctnia I somely. The saving of freight! would ails I II high hammock: ridges are the places for suecossful I I I finest: lands\ in (he :State'; I : The produce oAlachua I lumber\ railroad! and (he buzzing :of th;} 1

t oarofu : :Samuel: 1 1 It;. the largest cotton and of the mills of Mi/ell t
--- to the percentage of profit/ ly a \ orange gruw'ug.-Mr. county, vogetableproducing saws llros, all combine -
I !survey of the s-hipments' of cotton we fun I II 1'y'h'I, a citizen of this county, pun-based: ) i\ county in the :State: will naturally to make: up a !<( i I ?

Hush-ess! has been brisk, in the \'nitc.l I that from September 1, 1S7i;! to January 1 1lso tract of l land: about a year ago on the With come over the road to this place 'fo pleasing and grill )' : k kA

States Land OHice nf this place for the pa't: (four month-. .) 2,781; bales. of Sea Island lahoochee river, for which ho paid $200Since shipment North The lumber business will mills are located: ,," : 1 "

.1 few months.! Large purchases! land have cotton was shipped= valued at 100 per bale, :: which time he put out about $1.800 in rooeitoa new impetus' here, owing to (the King's Ferry 1 Lakes, ( \

been made by cash!\ hOIH'oI,1111111 other gi'l'j'\ ::! ?*.H )I. l''or the ('OI'J'l'-I"lllIling': improving.it-making: a total cost of, $:.!,OOO.lie fact of thousands of acres timber lands, (tensive 1 naval store I ,

entries, and l a large number (,If homostcat\ : : ,l months: ofISsO; we' find (that I 1,28.:! ") bales. wen has just: refused an offer for it of $llIKO. now inaccessible: being bo I ughtw'ifbinrrnch three miles from the !I

settlers have made final proof in support: hf I shipped, estimated: at $12S"no.t:: F.xccss: obales Yet there are some croakers: : still tube foundw'hosay of t transportation I t sailing vessels: ;

their claims.: : The report\ from Mr. John V. l over H.tSllllot' I 1.S7;! !1.)1:1!I ; excess of : it i is unsafe: to invest: in Fhuidii. I TinFKKK.I: : : :: OK isi"1 : .-Theslight freezeoi transl.l.t their I'.I-il.: \ '
Hull in;", the courteous" and capable; receive: I J valuation over season of l.-7; !>, ;?::1,0.IO.!\ lands-Oralit ]!iin, cr. the nights of the :lllh!!> aiulllotli: ultimo, hat ='W fork I.

of the land 1 ofiiec, for the past quarter end, I I Tilt increase' is due, in lurt, asve:. hale before .1Toll roc. I the effect t to remind our older citizens of! t tin ber of stores: at' King's I }1\4

in0' January M, 1 1. al, :shows that: lt, ) tI.lna'r3'lf ; ( :stated to more cotton frt.m, othir conn 11''t. understand that I the Okeeehobee Canal big! free/oof K1T: >, although\ ) \ it was nothing flourishing busiiu-.ss. ; : I
the public domain I in tins t State \va!' t ties being. maikcted in Lake\) City than ever Company has: o'rgani/.ed.; and\ t'otl1l1Cl.Ja'oh .like that( In it-l1'l1..1.ti.: It was an uncomfort'iblo good 1..1"I!113-1 111l' : ':

taken up by private parties; and that': :$22: ::!, I II before, but it al-o: exhibits the important :Summerlin: of I'lIltH:1I''a.\ { bus, been : visitation: however especially' to thoM I 0atijf.V.i/);, //.--' i : !
PT'.l" was t'rrtv.,1into the "m..(.. --Me-""?! I: of iiur 5ty as a central trading\ and distributing ;: elected! president and l nn agent; appointed' who did 1101 have: plenty of fat: wood,l" at I this point' operated I ; 'j)

J. C. 1'Iant A: S"ns, last Tuesday:\ bought; il1 I+ point. ,\S a fm'ther(I prouf of thir< \;\ who i is already on his way to Tallahassee: : tc ;, hand. There i is an impression: : that the thermometer location: is 0111 very ;: ':j ja

Orange county something( nmro tli.in: ". :I0iacres give the 1 f.ilo\\ing! ; statement, piibii..ci' in) ask a charter from/ the kri lalur('. We sincerely I was eight degrees 1'l'I.Ill'I'O on number of orange ; I t

of goverinent land, for which the'r'} our la..t i issue: the mentioned! articles hating, !; hope they will do more than get n thntoecasionI$35)' ( | ;\ ). 'l'hntI.itntf, ..take. Tin be H'I'II Tlll'I.t is'!' ,

paid about $3.0llll.111I: nnl lice.linulfartl. I been dNposed' of from :September:) 1. to ,Tan- dial her ; this enterprise: is one' I that will ho.nl: mercury was: eight; I I degrees aboto zero. Tin this vicinity, hut I

I Uary 1 I,18l,. (I fmir mmitha, ) : material benelitto this: section\ of theState I free/.o occurred in February, I IH.'U: andta- I FWI this! point to (
1 In conversation wMi; gentlemen:; t t'lotn MM: :, N,lillhll' III' \\"1)011"c"I,1) at llardon's{ An inland communication with Jacksonville thooldest weatherhieh' \: FIt'I'htllias, ever navigation the river :
die Florida. during the pisf\ week:, we !lean :-stable. : averaging $.".) each...... $1S1S!! via the Caloosahatchio( the lakeOkeeehobee experienced as far asII record shows: banks are dense: with
that the latl'l'nllpl'1I h : will :stimulate, rather I' ;Xumbor; of sold; al henry'sstable {
wagons the Kissimineo, and the St t. treat damage done the fruit trees foliage and (the river I
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than retard the planting of orange grotesii: i i : :.V, averaging $:)Inch' ..... 1,750$3,5i;
\ that section. I It has been 1h1I11J1II'atl'.1! t that I --_ Johns river, will offer the I finest: and mosttempting Orange trees fully a hundred years old wen Heeling scenes seldom
the orange will hear a very low tenipcratun j \ "., route to tourist and travelers ol standing on I the :St.: Johns and at :St. Angustine outlets Alligators" \ '.I I I ;
without material injury, and it is generallyfelt !, Number nf buggies sold at Hardon's{: ,
portion of Florida. The very name of which were ki11l 1. Tho! fact thatol'llllg nllllt
that there is ti very great probabilitythat I :stable, :3.*', averaging &11i>: each...., $: ,:\\i:!; any \ ) ,
there will he no other severe cold like Number of buggies i !sold at lien ry's the new route, with the mystery that has trees old as that were standing! at (that n'///II.fI.--Th( '
that of last month for years to come, am stable, :2"! >, averaging :SiiO each...... :2,2.'i! :! () always\ clothed these\ far southern and unexplored time! is evidence that no frost of equal effect h.il/ull'I'ah't Tho ;
that, therefore, the present is a favorable waters, with their strictly tropical had visited theState for a hundred years\ before good, farming; is '
time to plant trees. Union. $5.57.') growth, will allure both the 1lrllng'rullll the that date. l>r. Italdttin says that since\ tent, and much i
Number of horses nnd mules sold fitlIarllol1'
t The same is true through our section. Mr{ ( stable :213: averaging i native. Just: think of it taken I steamer at IK::1."> the thermometer has reached us low a.! !sheep raising. There I I ;'
J. L. Hill, of Lake: littler, infirm us that :$115 Jacksontille 1II1111'1nitII' the St. Johns to its sixteen degrees above zero once, and thirty the river hUlk at this '
the farmers in his section: of the county art Number of horses: and mule: sold at !source, thence through n short ('lIn31Into degrees three times at Jacksonville.: Tin1orange for itllurif/llll I is \'r

taking more interest in orange culture than I Henry's{ : !stable. ,...1W\. ..averaging.. ..... .. ; the Kissimmeo, down this river into the trees killed in IH.'to: put out new shoots: (\'/ > I'intmry! (lit. A'I" '
late freeze has established $1 I1n each... ... .... .. .... 1 Ii,::!)("
ever before. The Okeeehobeo and across this large lake, then and were hearing again t two years thereafter fu Centre Village :
the fact that orange culture is a safe and $11.711 through another short canal and the lovely When the weather is not\ cold enough to I ness is done with (the

profitable business anywhere in the :State: and picturesque' ('lIloo nhutc'hi(' is reached freeze, the frosts: are beneficial to the trees large quantities! of i
(;fraud (total-wagons, buggies, (horses
particularly in Bradford l'ounly.'t. oar and tho Mills of ) '
IIIIIIIIIUh.s...... ...... ..... ...... .........$5tSN"While ;; Here civilization is again found. Frolltlw They are rather welcomed! than otherwise by !' :
orange culture is profitable in Itradford because the sale of improvtd' :farming: implements month of the Caloosahatchio to Key West i is I (tho citizenon account of their sensitive: are kept constantly

!' our soill is peculiarly wl.tlllllaltI.(1 tithe : has far exeiedid that of any previous only 120:: ) miles, and semi-weekly steamers effects.( Ganlenlit, also ;
orange: and we have thousands of nm: the shipping point for
time in the history: of the place' ; and make close connection. Jacksonville and Ui.n OKOVKS lx IVTXAM l'OlINT\-The
of land that will produce them to perfection it affords: '\ u.s.: pleasure to notice: the improvement Key West :should both take a lively interest! !Hembert grove, on Hl'llytoll l'1inllll.100( ufactured by the heirs\ ) !
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without fCl'titizin8.l'c Trlinrupl in its Went! JJrlllorrf/f. in 1825 T. S.May's Jones. It is claimed
in the appearance of the tchii\. Ic.s now early ('ul1lplelioll.-Kt'1 trees, was planted : ; Captain
Columbia. used by cnir people, ttliuh i.s a good sign of The Italian hark Jmafi'loaded: with timber I \ grove, at Orange Mills: suuu'8u5)trees: ( ) Indian mounds in this: j jI
It has hl't'l0111' l'u..tnm.illl'l': the establishment : increasing; ; IunI' ierily.--iudc City A'/ullt'/'. from i IVnsacnln: for Norway, ran ashore was planted in 1H2I: both by XepluniinhKingsley \ I is I good 1 grape, country.At. : t f
of the l.nkc City AV/wfcr give the ksalids Thursduy.hanulry 27. : Colonel Otrcn't'iW lcnnmb1 i. on quit : on Rsq.' Hurt'sgrove\ oppo' '
the annual export of produce( from Lake 'flit'stt'rll-wIIIelNIl'IIIIt'I'Jli.la, ', owned byMessrs. The captain' finding his! vessel unmanagc- :-itl'l'ltalka, was: planted in IH2.: or 1820" by Trllll'r'l Hill, tho Way

City depot, ami pursuing! ; this policy \\e gift Clarke\ : tV I Cn., ot'Milltiftv, and optralcd able and bilging;; took to his long boat with }Dr. Ilriish. I'litiKtiii' nlllllfl./IJIII'IIIII. ('1'11'1 thoSt. .Marys{ J
the followingstatisties! taken from the hllok4 in I'erdidij.\ H.I and (liiliiitaiie.s totting the eretv and tsar picked up by the schooner Trailer'* Ill/I, (art., the I
of the Jacksonville, lVn ncola it Mobile St. Mari/H llll'''''. ', (;ioorgia is
lugs', < tl'., fxplodud! her' boiler l.l"l ;Saturday : .<<',r ({/lllllnl brought to 1"rt.A't'Y: !ftlie t\l county 1
Itailroad: the Florida' Central Railroad!: and Guf.. It will no doubt} bo interesting to our of navigation. In
cteniuj while. in the i'erdido 1 lay. Thoupper
the :Southern Kxpross: ( 'uuiputy.Vi.: .. thank ; demolished I Orange. many readers who are ,strangers to know place of considerable
work Were completely ,
the courteous agents of each of (these companies banana of (his section the something; of the :St.: Marys( river, the boun- has boon but little ..
and 1 the captain! Charles Wilson, by name, The : plants ,
for- their: kindness in throwing open leaves of which wereItvilted by the cold 111\1'')' line between Florida anti (icorgiu, and Any ono desirous 1 of
the engineer, John 11, Hayes, and his: lire-
their books to us, in order that we might arrive lI\ln. the name of whom we hate been unable weather of Ueceniber :801| |Ii. have each, shot with this \'lotvvo give n table ,showing ('olilry. enjoying a
ut an accurate ('!'l lllale. leaf from their two or three the distance' : from Fernandini: (to all the r.li, while ""II. to /
to Il'al'll. were killed. The boat :sunk out green top "
It must l he borne in mind that. Columbia; where the catastrophe! took phue, and on feet in 1 length. This is. a !sure indication landings the river with a brief. description I St. Marys. The !co1lllr:
county has two minor distributing: points I of the! industries of tho 14\\"l'rIIlpla'l'lI. I leaves 1'\1'11 a
... ( wenink
1'Ia. !
...: the following' day a 1'Irl'h'lIS made by AI I r. that the :-lalksllftlu'l'lalilol iIlJIIJ'.d.1 nrolol.
the. two lines of railway above men- The[ distance from lYrnandinu : ,and ; '
upon their bearing of fruit this Thursday
William Colvin II\lIl"ltlU'I'S for the bodies, and consequently, I 111'11111
tinned, viz : Welhorn depot, situated on the will not be I'dard'I1.-TIH'/ : in- To St.:: Marys Is. l:: miles. I and t"l'idu.\ at noon.breakfast. .
the writing season
That of the fireman to [ present .
up I :
To Port Igor :21!miles.
line between Columbia and :Suwannee counties Wo are
of Italians for time S.mfor.l, (irant;
i is the recovered ho stalment I
: only one having To WiliN' Landing. I0! mules
and Oiustee= near the line of Columbia been blown into the stern of the steamer, arrived on the. :steamer horn last: Friday, I To Clark's I'lulV.. Wl miles.To l'I'orb of (the (' )
and !taker counties.: Justice and fairness his projecting feet leading to his discovery. comprising; four IlIl'II."III'011I:11I1111,1: l child, I (trick .! :;miles. Ilalll.o'lll'lllr: of
also prompts us to state that !some cotton 'Oermantotvn ail t miles.
and taken! out to llehiir.
The crew consisted: : of live, but the cook and were I Woodstock. (flu miles.
from! other counties was sold in our market.
deck hand escaped 1I11Iaal'll1.'c have About udoy.cii others will follow :>111I'". They' To Kit;;s (Ferrv.. (OS! miles.! 1"1 -tl'H.
The following are the shipment and valuation been unable to ascertain the name of the come from the vine and fruit regions of To Orange; Idol! 73: miles.
of the same (estimated 1 at a safe fireman, hut we are told he was a sailor and Italy, and ioncral Sanford is of. the opinion' To Colerain.,. 71)! miles, hotel peoprketurdmm's more hard work,1,
figure) from Lake City, from January I. I To Campl'inkncy' n'.t miles. fur )' than( is i in other '
that their experience' in the I culture of semitropical Il'1 required any
only U short whtfe in Millview. )Ir. Hayesis I To Sardinia.,. 1)7) miles. II
1H.S1+ : : fruits. be of value They are III\ill''S.l'.H''pt in railroading and cditingunewspaper.
reported as having a brother in Mobile may 'l'o't'rnscr's Hill( 105 miles..s .
4,033: bales Sea Island cotton'bale estimated There was 110 insurance! :: on the Jlintie, and I, not of that itinerant class of Italians whom, ?. Miiryu, 1l average.at $100 per $Ifi3,500 00 the reporter 1 is told the boiler was perfectlynew. in I the North, weassodatc I with a hand-organ. ; ( Georgia: is located the north bank of! the .Jew t'ltVilcox 1 of hotel fame, is nn the

.tits bales upland cottonesthruatcs The sad affair/ has created considerable ., and monkey, but I'ronlhe/ hard-working river. An extensive business! in the shipping lookout, for a first-class I business opening.
at $.{U 1 per bale average. 2,(>40 00 talk ill our cit)'. It is thought that the class! who expect to have in our free America uf lumber is carried on' but not so Ole of the most attractive hoteU in tho

, 1 I., 432:nt tons$13 per c.ttulIl't'l'Cl..! estimated: lS.r..1.10010GUlhs bodies of both t the captain, ilJlIlclIgillct'r have an opportunity to accumulate something great as in Wrmueryearut, before the destruction :lllhl'l states is (the Fgmonf: at Fernnndi-

wool at 30 cents per I"?.. 3.1S3: 30 gone down ttith the hull of. the steanur.I'fittaeiila .'- and enjoy true frp'llonl.-S'lIItJ, / '/<,,. s by, tlreof limo' largest mill) in operation na, Prompt attention to its guests signal-
: .).so9! Ibs hides at 11 cents per Ih 3U5! : 48 A'lfitiice.I Zulu Citizen, there Tho Spencer( J House{ !Is a comfortable i1.('" 11 its depattments, while the courtesy
tOlfcratesvegetablsut$::1 50 per Leon. I'utnntn. and well! kept house. and despatch in Its "l rvil'l win the favor urI
13.r:21 00
.2,301 crates oranges, at $1 .10 per About 11 l ii churl( n. in., mi Thursday, January Prominent among the railroad enterprises: I'urt Henry, /'",.-.I In former years. tlll'Tl1WQ" I its guests. The 1I1'1111..S In the itpiohlt.nt'nts .
(. .1,411: 1 50 27th, the car shops of the Jad. hJII\'ilh\ of the State is the (Gainesville' Ocala tC Charlotte a saw mill) at this (point ; at present" no husincsx of I lee huts c extends( noticeably tool(

ft.14: cases eggs,30 dozen to case, at 1'ensacola it Mobile llailro! : at this place I Harbor l Railroad, from I'ulutku tllClwr-1 is done here. The /surrounding( country its assistants, 11.lno.11 to Its air of ('OIClr.
12Jc per dozen.................... 2,< 02; .In toncof Messrs. Oood-
bo fire. The lotte. the construction of is settled Peaches and an equal
IDS coups chickens l. 2o' to coop, ut were discovered to on ( great Harbor : sparsely grapes I rl./ll'I"IIt
r 2.) cents )per head................... 1,237: 5o whistle wasounded, and'in a few minutes I now a fixed fact. The snrvcry tntiidnos- I abound in this! region. Met ween this point I sell Itro-i. are I the popular proprietors.
1 154 coops). turkeys, 12 to the coop, a large crowd,!, including a great many members villa has been completed' and I the grade UII.l'iI..,",,' Landing, at thu mouth of the ;; One of the most dcxirahlt! places to tl peed
at $1 per head....... 1.H48 noI'M of the legislature had gathered, some to established for the first twenty nll.w..t ('011- I It I.ittl&t. Marys{ 1 liver, is situated what wasconsidered tlC winter i is at $t. )Marys. Florida, where-
I bblsyrup, at $10 per barrel... l..WO On can enjoy I Ilit' comfort of a mtolertiuclimate
look The fire hud t tract for has been entered into ttithienerul before 1 '<15, the largest rice plantation i I Oi" ni ,
122: bbU sugar, at $14 per barrel.... 1.70S() (00 help ami some to on. grading in ... mid.-t of r. rt..tt of swcclpcentcd (-
IKH Ihs wax, at 23 cents per lb... 150 1 I J doubtless: been in progress' some time before ( John Varnuni and a considerableamount in this region This, vast plantation! J I pines, magnolia 1111\ oak un l
13 bbls hon)',:-KI gallons to barrel, it wa'lIU"'U\'C'rel. having caught in the cavity (work has already been done. The known us Live (> at 50 cents jwr gallon...."...... JIM! (H) figs plentifully all the and
grow year ;
between the old roof, which was of ('UIII' right of way for ten miles has lJl'l'lIl'lIt out the land is pronounced( very best.
Ki.1 bushels 103;; 00M7
: rice, at :$l per bushel i I where the )jHiints of intertsttare innnmcmhie -
,72 bushels corn, at tuck per bush) ft) jKjsition" and the later shingle roof which anil over two thousand cross-ties ancut and ('ltrk'r llnjf, tin Surrounding country ami picturesque' exrtrsIuria' u thing ot
ftxs) bushels oats at $1 }per bush 5HH (N) had been put on above. The main building piled up along the route. (iraliugtvusennt! !'; very good. The grazing Is fine and the cattle every day possibility. Tho constant M-I-HII
(114 bushels: field j f'l'as, at $1" (;iW Oil and a smaller !structure: I by its ", side n.edas menced on '1'11l'hta1I11Im'urlv. half u mile I and sheep are in lino order the year breeze i Is Nooiliing. and healthful .A unlphnr,
:237 bbl i otatoes, at $2 J>cr IMIH OO I Ii spring, near the ti't'ua'rloos'. 1.0 said I tu
0 tar loads melons...?.? (Cion! (K) a repairshop. for engines, were consumed; i is already completed. The iron and equipment I round. Half mile frum the ISIuff is I'll>- I posses* great (curative' pMpertlc ; in fact.:
10 bushels wheat at $1 IKT bush 10 (M) but most of the machinery, all the tools and for the first seetk ion (twenty miles) has I pki Mill{ but little sawing has yet "('ell nothing rconircd by I a lln-l-clas, rtwirt"Klacking. ii
7<> In. lumber at $12 per in..,..,M 912 01.j.5.'iO unfinished work, ('anl. engines, etc., were }been purchastslamid will tsunanencerondng: : iloneat this mill I 1 .-ttrhnmjt,

( vegetable crates at 12J cenU K22: 50; saved. This disaster will be a severe blow in u few weeks' The ollicers! of the company I II Brick }ttl, Flit.=The industry of making I I! The writer cvl.l'ltH'I'St. Murv, s, <*u.,

Total valuation export......_$523,7Sl 51 to the large 11nnberof operatives which Mill I. are us follow* : President, John It. Hall ; t I brick at this locality has been discontinued.Alligators !. nituatetl oil tit Mary' river, twelve iulb"t
It will probably ,'x'lhM1Ht' comment be thrown out of ('employment least temporarily Vice-Presidcnt( Charles FrancU ; :Secretary: \ however abound I, and are mi very from Fernandinu, }'Iu.I .

that we should embody such small shipments by I it. The Large, new repair. shop I and 'fJ''U"url'r'lIIhllll; Cundler<< : Itoard cldoiu molested is! iiotdilllcnlt for nport- I Tame t'luriiln Miff*, of January lath, publisbed '
!' of xyrup, sugar corn, rice, etc., in our just! completed: by Mr. Parcdl, the present uf nirt..turJullll IJ. Hall Charen! Francis, I nun to have a gorxl time. I ut Fernandinu, HUVI : "Mr. (k'nrgrtr
report We give it as an evidence that our road-master will now come into play-- -'''''- Alfred II. Itatehelder./ John \\". Cundler, fi'eriiftnt"H'n,(;',.-Has one of the U>t mill I \\". MOP-, of I'lvI'llt. "N% IL. )J"." tnktftrhiirgoof

farmers not only) raise a sufficiency of these idiU (IScorge H.Nichols, J U. N. Hkll1iu lI. KdtvardA : 1 sites! and the best mill building on the river. j t( I the ()t( ci.) g ftt |lotelMt'nij'tiiii -
articles for home consumption! but have a Mu rlon. very. No enterprise has ever 1t't'lIl.tlurtt..ll (Ljiiitc u business in the l lust year was done inhU I 'tlty.1.) IJtIwlll.

email surplus ti) market. Columbia county There is great activity now in the hammock : In the Wt t that represented more capital i : Mcctlon !In il"tllrltruilrulI.1: cross licit I The 1'llakl I lon e, f""Ullllh, (>u., li.I-;
than this. and the delay in com- which were hip-d 1 to Havana. sell !Hriw., is ||1.4. favorite Iiou.
rice, handOlJIl'It'.nnel! \ l and polished by a that adjoills (kula. Fifteen twenty company' C | l'wlrll.tu"
Columbia county invented rice machine, is orange groves are being planted out anti nencing[ work has not been fur' the lack of J \\\'m Wuek. flu.-Heret\ located un extendve at that (place \l/"t (-la"" of tmwlerv.A .

old by everytore in town. ..\ few years many acre of vegetables. As a vegetableand means or u want of willingness on the part. saw mill, which is being ojx-rutcd I by : .youngchupfriMtitheciMintry
ago the amount of rice purchased' from Savannah orange growing section! Marion will : uf the company to pn,,h along tin-enterprise, lion. John Lynch. )1,. IJnville, who is in : iwettlienrt along honk her to dinner ut \'

and Charleston and sold to our farmers boon be known o-s the banner county (If the hut from a failure to male Mutl"factury arrangements charm it loading: quite u number of vesscl I ;: .r our hotel the altr.lay, and they were

would astound one, but 'now we raise State. We give other section fair warning. I with the Ix.ard of internal improvement. ind no doubt in the near future the bu.inest i- watts 1 together, ut the table, Dimtly in

not only for home consumption but a littleto -Kvcry: $unlay Captain lc aiagum: i Thiii company and control at this place will Iou ax extensive! n* in I front of them t>liMtu 1tlH'llahll/g i cfkrt -

market as the aho\e will show. We brings a wagon loud of oranges tu (Ocala I the VI>MJ decree, tt hi< h iJj i a lien against uil Ito ltal11ly cla)'". ;I the white, crisp nulkk mill having tame

trust that someenergetic11lan will particularly plucked from the trees on his place, widthis .,ft he State (lands, and are prepared to make Kilt!!. Firry, t'bi.' -There are more tolllIIllJr 'I ( fll'n' on (Ihem. Never lntvuirfmi Mat

observe the quantity of hides shipped on a high hummock ridge, about ten milea! : 14 liberal M-tllement with thu State for the I life and improvement at thU (Want than ut :,I ) thing of tbi"9u'rt *.' iremml'1'atataliaa

annually from our place, aud be induced to north of
i,tibli>h a tannery at this point. A factory juicy and do not show the Icu.it signs ol injury I! ( thence via O<"alaJI>tt"burg und g'oingnp, the wharves arocovcre,l with lumer sweetheart. and n1Iark..t li\.BAt ,tnn"U"i
fur the manufacture of oil (rum cotton ***-d by the freeze. It dearly demonstrate Hruukllville| to Tampa Hay, with a branch I I J< and naval utore l, the arrival and dcparturcM i lone : "'fha"'* a brit) Im'tuy.. juu't U

atalludml at this point would j>ay hand I that water protection jJj a myth and that 'I! tortli tu l..keI.1t"ItI1.IIJI eu ul' ..)nle uflhe i of the train of llilliard .\; IUilcy', 'rl. was I ijinxl ,, a



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THIS CLOCK STRIKES ONE. in my reticule," said Mrs. Campbell, "so Bon \ gc' on it. Police police !I" bestowed upon her. .\. U. XOYES,

that the police could identify It, How arc The guar whom Alsop had already noti "You are nervous," said the good lady ;
The clock strikes! one ; anti Slumber's gentle they going to tell it from any one (.'h'c'lrtl- Oed immediately interposed, while Mrs. "what you need i is quieting and 1 .soothing" r'1' t ROCEU AND SHIP ,

j hand cule ? There was my mu j'c-hox and Bettine's I Campbell, clinging to his arm with cu hand and I am going to leave my music-box: \ with! 'J'

Scatters her favors o'er the quiet earth: paints and the lunch Dear me. Bet I and with the other to the "gun) voyage' i you to play you to sleep" to-night. I haven DEALER IXlrcnbilolls

They fall childhood, manhood, labor{ tine, if you had only consented: to eatingtlme I !satchel, poured wild incoherent stream: nscd, it once !since that day at the Esciirial, lite.AOEXT : .
lunch before yon began work. It's into his polite but "1 Liquors,
t crime, your a uncomprehending[ ears. and !shan't mumps it a mite.t
And grief and mirth 'breakfasts-and we didn't !start without our It belongs to a friend of ours, Mr.I Arthur "But] I have your music-box l.lrl'al1I'l" ---"'

a little package of green tea ; Alcslops.! and it has n necklace in it plied I I ANop I ; "it was in i the bag that t 1 recovered ron H. :AVEUY & CO.'S' PLOWS.CENTRE .
Hut there are vigils. As the clock: strikesone I always carry my own tea with mo and that he bought the countess: soniethiiur or at Barcelona." -

make the hotel waiters! j;ivo me !'IlIIII'IJOilil1 other-and oh dear me, Bettine, what else "That's curiou<(," said Mrs.: Campbell.

t' Startled from drolulling h\'her Iwl'l'Y !sleep, water t to }pour on it ; I can't drink the !slop is there in it ? Oh yes, there's a :shirt Bet- )I've got it out at Kensington, I am sure, STREET,

I A widow stretches out hcj empty arms, they give us in this ruuutry-then: there' tine, you need lIo't tread on my toes; of ami I'll l bring it in to-morrow."
c And wakes to weep. was"- course! there's a shirt and most likely a "I will come out," said Alsop 5 it will 52 if 4 FEUNANDINA: FLA.jiiTsTAXXi ._
'S ever rllimi mother. ," interrupted, Bet- brandy<< I bottle, though its: a !great pitv such a do me good to take a little run into the -- --
The clock strikes' one. Across the chilling tine ; "thegenllcmanis very kind to interest line young man should drink It.'' country.t : i.vitiii: ::,
dark [ himsclfso much. in our !behalf< but reullvthe The official )before
regarded her blandly<< not comprehending He[ !stepped! into the art museum:
Sorrow steps softly to n keeper's", side, bag was not worth the trouble. There U word, she said alt had no calling at their lodging", and far across! aIons :;1'. BET. ('I' Tlm A Ar.wuc.tk\ ,
And wakens him to sec his phantom past was nothing in it that could; not be readily. doubt the satchel was here, /and he asked her,, ) ) ball rccogni/cd Il'Itille'willowy\ lorm, rpIHIlD ,

.. Before him glide. replaced except your music-box." \politely examine its contents! and see if as she' stood at her ea"1. They walked across! '
As if my tea could )be readily replaced l everything was there. :\11'''. Campbell un the park together) and he 1 felt I bitterly his FEUNANDINA) J.tJlI.ln },.\.,

And Poverty complains : "A hi? To hoCold I don't expect to find tea like Unit; again tillI derstood the gesture toward the bag whose dubious business! : prospects\ : which. would ,

without fuel\ ; hungry without food, reach New York, and music-box: is i lock( );: had been forced f and in !spite of Bet- make continuation ot their acquaintanceonlv : : tx Tim

And weak handrentpty. Oh i Ls: land alive worth advertising for alone.: It was made tine's "Don't)) mother, we have no right)!; ," an additional ,pain.Mrs. ,

\ And is lie good; ?" to order. in (b;1'1\\11, and. plays old-fashioned her unscrupulous! lingers invaded\ its in- (Campbell' met them in the little par:\ Choicest! Traits, and Vesotal:; >lew! ,
English: tunes. It i U only u'1iall- tiling hut terior. ic-box 1
lor. Now here i-ll: my mu-:< just: as
Within this: mansion, !suddenly illumed. it cost:, ('lIo\1) iJi; and< : Ere.:
i Are hurrying footstep( \ u< the.duck Mi ri ikes dollars (ti,i-fcH: I it IJ\t:\ k," and! Mrs.I Campbell here ain't our own things! ; ;paints, tea, IlIndl box with a bas-relief of Tel\IV/ chapel), upon CONFECTIUNF.1IIHS: :, ,

t one ; cxtl'lIdl'IIIIl'r hand! with a coin in it. and all :Mr. Alt-slop's' bund must be traipsing ;!- the lid.

I For' Life and Dc-nth:: 1m vest rubied: fornooiil, The gentleman! stepped buck. Pray wiiit. around in our 1',1'I ?\ "That is .doubtless the ('II m5(' of your \- Bliss': (0:11'111'111'1: i-l: Flowers, 1-\1'111. and

And Death has: won.fc madam, until you receive your properly.: I These are jour things: 11I11<111111'.'" Unofficial !sie-hux," replied Alsop, "_!but here. are timeworks Garden Implement.1", 7tf
shall make all possible! endeavor; ( to .secure I asked of Bottine in French, and !sadly\ 11i nt'gam1.1'lear I 1 .'I -- -
Sad: hearts: that keep sad. vigils whetherworn both satchels ; my own contained \' : ,lc Bl'Itinl'l'l'pJlI'.t. in the affirmative."Then "There is om+ <'thiii}: in mother's (aye;"' I .\ (I Ik 1'Gilll:; ).

necklace which I came\ out to Madrid to ;pin I I you m.iy: 1 keep( jour jn!, ; : >.mlI 1 .:,dd Bdt'ine; ; !let in see wh..l. it i.Hi"i
With weeping, gray with grief, or wild chase for linn from the C. I will take "
our 'untcs.- de I lo.: charge of this! individual'<< untilthcjippenrunco quite I 111'-1 vv. : < AND (CONTKCTIONEIIS" : ::,
with fears, Torres Uicos. It may be wd 11 I for us\ to exchange \ of the .aJu-r.-ac: ) : de \".arc, ; e'l I haven't the key,'' said :,il'i: (Campbell. B\lan.
BJ sure that Justice witches; through your ( addresses, that we may rotmiiunieniuwith and his gl':!,
nights, each other in regard\ to; the satchels." arum, as withh': (Campbell's: gold pkve hI and he forced the lid open with trembling .
And marks: your years.It And he handed: Bettine a c.nd on which: was his: other kind he hU1'r e.lawI\ catch the linger:; : A I'I'of surprise'\ from the two w u- and Tolmt'CON
(roeerles Cigars: ,
neatly engraved .\I'lhlll'l"o ( I Hitter Madiid) train. the
is from ', I III1'nIII, the missing! Hl'l'Ilal'I' lay upon
And not the long dear Hand\ midnight that until'day the centu-; milder t Co., Regent St., London."Mother's :\11't .\I: : moves!
..' rics : card ciiscvas: in her bag, said few days after .reaching I i J I.tI'Il.I'Jlla succeeded: "Jt i is: worth more to me than I can: tellnow

Is laid on the pulse rf Time that tells Betline, "but any word sent within two or i in arrest I i ing him and i in rccuvcringlhesttbcl.; ," saiil! ANop, transferiing it to the morocco f

._.' upon The stroke of three ,days to Mrs. Campbell at the Hotel It was Iau'dy'III'th!' the trouble, howcu-r( case and buttoning; that carefully within Entertainments, and Picnics,
one. Americano, Pucrta del Sol, will reach us." for his studs\ and roll of gold pieces had disappeared his ('0\(. Bettine slipped! the works of furnished at the shortest notice, at rOlk-hot-

; and though the IIII'I'II'I'III'USI' was the miisif-box into place, (there was: a burr tom prices, .
DON VOYAGE, ANl A MUSIC-11OX. As! air ANop alighted at (the- Madrid !station !still there, it contained not the lost necklace, and 11\ whiz, and the absurd little thing car- atANGEL'S: BAlhlCl'ntre \ ,

musical he was startled by hearing) the !same I but the mechanical part of :Mrs. ('null phell's 'roled, blithely, "Shall:: auld acquaintance.} be ,
which had first attracted
The tinkling a n0tsf: (-unx. The ladies had: ;probablv' left Ijll' ot." "Not if I have anything to say 23; OI _I old_ Building.! .
huge whity-gray. prison-like building him to the Campbells. Somewhere in that l
Madrid by this --- -- -- -
of the Esciirial: looked down forbiddingly (crowded luiilding a music-box was hlitheh'humming" time, Mrs.Campbell: \: had about it, said .\I ol', with emphasis. -
intimated[ that they intended returning to "That trip to the' Esciirial: ; turned\ \ out a oTTimit: :
from the windy spur: of the mountain range Tho girl 1 !left h'hitltlllle." He ii. i' ,
America of England. He concluded I remaikcd to his
by all ho
: way l bon after ,
had \oyagc
from which it kept watch over Madrid stood for a moment electrified, and then began -
that the Timts would bo the lattl'-j.iia\ ;
a weeks CllllllljllIl'Y,
for three centuries Bettinc ami some
as Campbell to play blindly at hide and seek with
her mother took their first full view of it the sound.! He rushed about like one de thl'1IlIe best and perhaps the only way to reach: in Hand CUlI/poWi, TjlEUNANDINA, FLORIDA,
to much depressed
\ England \ -
from the railway station. III'ntclIovcrtllrning children treading on for he toss thlai I the
"It makes shiver said ,Bettine "it the was ill-prepared II OJH> TVSTS. DEALER IX
me tails of (pet dogs, Colliding with dowagers loss of the necklace, whoso value he had .
reminds me of a great pitiless sphynx, staring \: and making himself responsible\ for now to refund to the finn Ills notice in Some \people are never satisfied( however
with stony eyes over the desert, while much\ profanity on the part' of punctilious the Ti'mra failed to meet the of the fortunate. they mav be. A IIUI' (,-lIIaill in the Fine Family Groceries.

the wind buries its feet in sand and shrieksof hitltl: ''o Thereyas something almost human Campbells: and a letter addressed eyes: to the service of an English: family in Ku !sia left
the cruelty shut up in Its cold heart" in the behavior of that mll ic-hx ; it Ilutul.lntericamow returned,1to him with her place to get married, 'but had not been AND

".Nonsense, Bcttine," replied the other buzzed bravely on, now louder. now fainter, the information i that the ladies: had 1 long; wedded ere she complained! to the natchalaWi -
lady, "it looks for all the world like a (penitentiary according us the chase was hot or( cold. Atone from the city without leaving ;address gone: of (the district' in which she" was: PROVISIONS.

or an insane: on *\ very extensive time it whirred i and. clicked ominously, Bettine bad interested! !him more any than hew domiciled I that her husband; did not love

scale. Do you think we had better as though it might\ be running down ; but as willing to confess. In an inner pocket her as: he should do, and on the official k- -

ride up.. or shall we walk ? And I hope you no, it was only changing from the plaintive of the reticule he had found some sketches ing !how she. knew it, replied : Because! henever

haven t forgotten my reticule" regret for its fair mistress: : to the triumphant and careful studies in water-color, which. whips: me." Doubtless the disappointed Customers can rely upon getting CHOICE
I think we will \walk : it docs not seem rendering' of "The Campbells: are coming !1" s-ccmcd to him revelations of the girl's char- one meant what she said, lIlthe might "

very far and there is such a miscellaneous: Not until the next train," muttered\ Arthur acter. They told him of a sprightly fancy, have cliangedlmcrnote had her desire been GOODS, UiX01HIXO!

assortment of Spaniards piling Into the ont' ANop ; "but I'm here) amid that will and a delicate taste of steady, unswervingperseverance. gratified\ ( ; like the young wife suddenly bereaved -
nibus. But, mother, your music- ox has do just: us well." : of a rich old. husband: who refused to

started again why did you insist on bringing As! he spoke he snatched the reticule from Patience, patience," he repeated to him believe her dear partner could be so crud as to BUT THE I"lXES1 BRANDS

the wretched\ thing with us? the hand of a man who \yas hurrying out of !self. "I wonder how long 1 should stand leave her, cryingout: I Ic's alive, doctor; I'm

Why, You know Bcttitie, I was afraid the dour of exit, and turning to soldier in a her harpy of a mother. 1 should certainlykill sure he's alive ; tell me, don't you think so? "

we might be detained overnight, and I never linen-covered l'ockc.lhal, who was leaning her ; and then he laughed a boyish: Tins piteous\ appeal t tin-physician met by suggesthitftheapplication are. kept in !Mock. '
can: sleep unless it is under my pillow. I placidly upon his musket, he poured forth a laugh at the renaentbraumceut'the strange! old of a galvanic shock, ------ .

d ]had no idea it would take on so, I'm sure. relation of the circumstances1! : in as good lady at the E curial. Ho laughed I little of timidotleringtnapply: (the apparatus] "Oh no, C. n.\nT. H. STEIT/.

Just open 'the reticule and touch the spring" Spanish' :' as lie could nll\ tl.'r. The other late for( ho had left the, firm under a cloud, no !I" exclaimed the grief-stricken widow;; C. 1.I' \CO., -
As they (paused under the trees to adjust claimant for the reticule vociferated at the though he scrupulously: paid for the lost: hard as it is" to bear m\' fate, I will have no

tho refractory mechanism, u young English- same time, but Alsop evidently made most necklace and he was now working "beyond experiments against the law of nature; let Importers Wholesale DeltcJ in

\, man passed then(.. lIe paused l, involuntarily impression:' upon the arm of the law. physical ClUIIrHtl'tfor\ another lirm. lie him rest in Clays '! alt
I attracted by fairy tinkling notes falling drop- ('nn you enumerate the articles in tlds walked towards his boarding place one In olden the burgesses of (!rim by Foreign Domestic

like, and\ shaping themselvesns, they fell into bag ?" he asked. evening with a dull pain in his head. "I were wont to decide which among them unc

the familiar air of "Annie Laurie" The "I think I can," replied Alsop. "You hope 1 am not going to bo ill," he said to should bo mayor by \'I'rr.oIM process. Fruits Nuts etcNos. -.
music- will find I think, music-box Having chosen three of their number as ,
,pretty, embarrassed bent overtime a : himself; "I can't leave business\ : now and
1. could. hear it interrupted the eligible for the }position, they )'I1I1lfohl'dthem
"Any one go to Kent to mother, and\ there i is no ;
stirprised of their backs and 55 5 and Market
pretended owner one h'to in London to mre'IIl.ther I liveor tied bunches hay at ; : Stn'c.

felt was quite (polite.\ The young girl looked -und a Oct of painting materials, a dl'." As the thought passed through hismind conducted them to the common\ pound,
up with an annoyed expression! and half lunch a package of green) tea, a curllcl'ocontnl'ning : he noticed a familiar bag in the hands where a calf awaited theircoming. He whose: CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA..

touching his hat he walked quickly on. the cartes do visito of Mrs. and of a lady who was tripping briskly in frontof bunch of Itor'O'i first eaten by the calf was
"The Spaniards arc the most insolent men Miss! Campbell," continued Atop, triumphantly. him. It1i'asof the saneiiattemut as the I'rol1oul\\'ell11ot: worthy of the mayoralty: : TO" Consignments! of rlIIRW.On.xm ssolicited

4 I ever saw," Miss: Campbell remarked below ono his !sister Laura had made him before and installed into office accordingly and prompt returns made. (;-( :

her breath. Did you notice how that one "That, is clear, that is! explicit," repliedthe ids. ill-starred journey to :Spain: lie remembered William Thompson, the once famous! Maori -

stared at us and-'r official approvingly ; "if the contents! matching.the crewels:\ for her,.and chief, adopted a shrewd method of deciding IV. K. U.\UUXIGI', ,
t her'I' r,>Mirnuiiiini1 tilvllflf Will fillV the bill. ? ISyours. satchel which of his two sons should I.oIl1cl'ellhim AGENT
"Bcttlne Campbell, interrupted oU"J -'n --- the embroidery this was ot the ,
remember dull russet and olive tints. The little As they stood before him as he lay
mother with severity, "just you same \ WHOLESALE( AXD RETAIL
it takes four eyes to make a stare ; besides, "And if ho is: wrong, if there Ilnothfngofwhich lady in front of him gave the bag a nervoustivimig \ sick unto death, suddenly addressed himself AND
he isn't a Spaniard-bo's a Frenchman." ho has !spoken/ except the music-box\ and the words} "Bon '\' ..lLgo"Jt11'UlIIl'tl to the elder saying\ : Shorthand, takedown BUTCHER STOCK DKALER,

k What makes yo think t'01"! I may be permitted, I suppose, to go about out with startling distinctness.: What u that gun and shoot" the white man AXDDealer
t 7 bu.sines?" ami how far from standing! \ outside time hut.. The youth was in lee.
Didn't you notice? lIe had Bon VoyJ my : satire they were, very beinga
1 age worked on his hand-bag. I suppose he Certainly} ; produce the key" The bag prosperous: journey was that ill-fated trip about. to obey the order, readily enough" TENNESSEE; H Ina' A SPECIALTYBROOM :

has brought his lunch out, just as we have; was quickly unlocked, and Arthur Alsop to the Emirial. It was unmistakably: hits when his: brother intervened with: Why STREET.WHARF
kill the ? what harm ,
is of getting anything decent cave an exclamation of mingled rage and satchel, but he had a courteous man's aversion should you man
never sure
.I .one disgust.: No painting materials, no lunch, no to pouncing upon a perfect stranger has: he done\ ton*?" Then said the old chief;: 19-tf FERXAXDIXA..\.
at these! country posaters.
I I Arrived at the building, the two ladies repaired green tea-but a change of linen belonging and demanding his property. He hail\ decided Yes, that is right. You have what is wanted ___ __ d" ____ ___ ___ .
;, directly to tho library. Bettine was to himself, a toilet case, a net of diamond( not to uccoi$t her, when site very uiv -sense and discretion: You will take my
desirous of copying some Moorish illumina studs, u rouleau of gold and a moroccocovered expectedlv mounted the steps' of his own place when I am gone. And so the succession J. II. PllESCOTrlStyle \
box in which he had that morning ) She the was settled."Humboldt .
I tions. She found a beautiful Koran, and ) boarding-hou. rang IIClIl'u'rgl.ti'I1I1 "
; holding her box of water-colors against the placed tho precious necklace. ( \', then turned and\ faced him as he said Middlesex: militia-
'. of the lectern she was It is mine, it is mine," he asserted ; but stood irresolutely at the foot of the stairs\ captain Humboldt is an over-rated man;;
edge terested in transcribing; to her sketcimhooksame \ the calm official only smiled sardonically\ The recognition was mutual-it was Mrs there i is very little in him, and ho knows nn Fit,
t I and closing the reticule !handed it to the Campbell. "Flourishing the satchel, bin mare of geography than my terrier there. I
of tho intricate designs.Meantime
{ the Russian authassador'sat
met him once ut : !!
the Englishman; : wandered 'waiting rogue. hailed him in vivacious tone. t-- Comfort,
young triend. Paris, nndputhfmttotmeProof. Aslongas
t You have had chance, my
t with number of other explorers disconsolately your Dear mileI r. Aleslops, you don't sajthat's he was talking of the Andes and the Cordilleras -
through the series of cloisters, Guts'" better another'time. you. Why, I went down to you r which but himself AND
11\111I'h1l's none
halls, court-yards, cells ami labyrinthino 'But there were two bags!; !stolen ; they lirm iriddle and what's his name's to re- '
corridors ,
their contents, that is all. hud ever hoard of, he carried it all his own Durability.liariag .
connecting the pantheon I have changed ( turn reticule 1 as soon as ever we got to
passages: ( your but the moment I put a straight forward
YoulaullllllHI'o said so before.\ way;;
f'ctnn'cri1t\', church, library London\ and! they "aid1II1'llldt the Lusiness -
: ,
(palace, r The was at the little wicket buying know question to him, which any school boy might t
; rogue; ami thtlolu't wltl'1'Oou'.t
.. Hl11''ehmn1001' had 1 just time have answered, he was Moored. "Now.
ticket for :
astery, mmeum a the train as gone. 1I'n"Ju must take your reticule. hartmmisaid I, can you tell me where Turn- ,
interested in to follow him spring( upon mind
t1Van arHo was not over for 1 won't have: it on W\ a minute bam what h'e saw: and his wearied eye and it was leaving.; .somewhat similar longer. You see they must have changed! more about it than I know about Jericho.1'' i
tho whole a stupendousLore. An hour later a scene things Into mine for Bettine's paints.
limbs pronounced station of the 1::s- your ; The conclusion\ was as inevitable as that
ho entered the library, in the wakeof was; enacted at tho railway and lunch were all muddled together
As and her daughter sat my drawn }by the English; carpenter\ working at
tho party who were following the eioc- curial. Mrs.: Campbell 'I in thl.:. You didn't happen to come :I'W'SUn" : the'it'n1l:1: exhibition, who complained tonnewspaper
ho noticed Bettino standing hthe wearily apart, waiting for the train. hey reticule Ilitl1111 ? Bettine: will bitiiite '
lone, 01'till' currtapmmtknt"Only fancy sir,,
both worn out with the excitement without't '. She's :
enthusiasm were t this t.ikettsmite'
.shining with ; lust on
lectern, her eyes not yet tootin.il here's I Friday-two days alter the l'Uel'lIlIl largely iiiereased mystoolt
4 "as she pursued her work. Her mother had/ I day, but \rr" Campbell was a fancy to earrytiij; her painting;: we don't know; what was second and thinl

fallen asleep in her chair, but Uettino bent to chatter. he has-AlNlops.: I materials to the art museum in It'c for the Dfibv yet; and they call this lien) or Foot-near, in both fine
of fatigue. The curious What a funny\ name been staying at Kensington: and Betttiu
task ; civilized !
to her think ho would petition the legislature country 'ami grades, I am enabled
her though Should there at the art school.! lint : Int'dlli
1 I : visitors crowded \ ) as i> out now Mr. :Sala: says that a blind man might tell
exhibition, to change it. I wanted t'> something of the l'italll to place before customers -
i she wort one of the objects upon Just think ot Ais-ip *. the di! iIV rent denominations Russian\ note my
jostled her .\1"01', mother. Mrs.I iiibbini j said this w: ,. a nice, respectable -
man, wen
and one disagreeable by iisiiii") his nose to determine their value;: ,
it all right. large of
As they loft the room \r! $. Camp ale"and doesn't\you will look get like man that woullhe lMKirdiii;;-hoUM' where 1 could stop. the rule bcinu the lower the value the "loud I lery assortment

t belleivoke up ami 1 demanded : fond Ho of ale but one can n never trust toappearances. Some mimic opened the door and they pa>.seil 1 er"theMueIl. A hUII'\I'CtI-ruhlcnot'wi1lhe\ Hoots and Shoes, made Iytime
Where's reticule? Bcttine hand mo"Tjettine into the house together. redolent of patchouli, jockey-club,
my 1 am very glad there Is no opportunitv or sumeritually most competent and ,skilled
'." for the acquaintance\ to go turther.Money He trial to reply and to introduce her to fashionable perfiimbf while the singlerublenote ;
j '. paused In her work and looked at gained from a brewery would bo no\ liU landlady, but he! was seized with giddiness usually reeks of tallow or coarsetubaccu.Chantheri uorKmcii. These Goods, were
4, 11;" the.floor uu either fcUlo of her, and upon the and h.tda sudden fainting turn. Juurital.iirocerir .
lectern "It .was here a moment ago," kite object to HIli. exclaimed! Bettine It was then that Mr Campbell l'tULItu purchased for ('.\SI and are
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said, fur I took a little liquid guhl from it beseechingly"Mother, ho i is ,not a brewer but a jtwWell the rescue. I'm un old friend of the family ,* uiul I'rotisiotas.ttt'I' only exchanged for the samecommodity.
Li.glUhman -
.. for that arabesque The young (though;,; don't nl approve of tho Withey
'I. who had lingered behind the rt'-t. el'r'y" relations beer bottler: I made their money), she explained, "and .. This, nil be deemed
1C Yt
if his : Crf
and joined In the search. I happeiu-d in just ...,1 did. .J
its Providence
t Intemperance a
step 1a! him all the same.\ a after -
; should object to pleasure seeing, examining
: '' It is gone," ho said ; "tint suspicious- in families I1n.11 would! rather You must let mo nurse him a* lung as 1mneeds '
looking individual: who jostled you just now dead runs ut 11I1'Ct than married to aninte'mpcrate ; me, I'd admire to do it." To lu-rsell W. LOHMANN'S and learning at whatextremely

toast: hw t-ikeu it. I hail my eye on !him s'tm you I she said, i Dear, dear, I did hOlll'lw'll ;got low .
am-whilo: I had my man. habits', but bo I prices ,. these
umtd- sinipleton that' I Tears of n'xatio1'tlh..l\ to Bet tine .. eye over his intemperate" may
him some one tOI'k'my satchelt0HQ have can reform him oods are ottered..fiT .
on foolish mother vr e .s
i dear, -l-'AMOU-.sU.
r eye "Oh, you The physician! who was called 'pronounced !
tt.lshClnut of the door and down the llIh' (net him this m rniltllt,1" \: pn.lmblywill the disease njtition of the brain\ and .My stock of IXTMJHVS:

stairs after tho retreating tuirty but though never st'etutu! was:t,',llnIr slush. to reply when Mr"I Campbell's; ghost othVcs were requiredfor S'repured 1'lour. rUltXIKUIXCJ GOODS Is, worthythe
:\ Campbell
: the'cluish'rs'th thief wanot officious
overtook it In the angular a long time. lik\'IIIt motherly, -
attracted by
i E he them, having disappeared with her attention was ut the ("JllloftlH.' wait- |K-rsKtna- putients ---- attention of those desiring,
K. hurried" to the.knot and an- behavior: of n woman .. entirely i dependent t \ llpoulwf rare. In allJai'm.kntss
He fine <
to cram avery
1. th who hater endeavoring ONLY FIVE CENTS: PEU: POUND. >
I ) .Hit theft< tu the egnir.1 loiteringjiouneed lnt;rxlnm, hucfe-liko 1'\'II.t uthvrVule. ; Iu' had neverealitsl fir intoxicating ; oolh.
telC'rnl'hl't1' u of the J.lro t l'trl'l'h1t\ } u ocket.l large a-s l beverages; of ti1.Lhill.. ; but whrii delirioii J Orders to ,. selection
) mouth uf t the > h'f my
i there, lUll police' Madrid, The | -
\ at
tu the .> had otten\ mentioned IVtuue'! name.Pcriap .
lU1ssill l'ropcrty wa* a llouv-v unL'' an"then | it was, was too mall.. the I'JIll'r! burst olll'n I ... he had already reformed.' lie will receite careful and prompt
for the loJ in I warrie the, bscu- umlti' satchel with embroidered Miles W.hIht'ctt..l C'.tf'f OLD) I'. 0. ,
} {ht mll111, to lynx-like eyes. was well at last, and Mr I CampMl took aliiucrhitf If'ILDINO attention.
l rcturlle'll awatIW| \, ,llm at bv Mrs.VampboIl' ul1.11t'IIah'h :; farewell of her charge. There weregrateful -------- J. H. PRESCOTT
ntC and reported his proJim'UadalUtof Tho lad'dartelacrttsihe I room in his and compunction PU1XTIXO/ '
rbO Itolmil' <: article. (tears eyes JOB every style, and at
;, the" u--tkH-ted( he exclaimed. It'" got in his heart fjr the Injurious epithets balsa I liwest rate, at the MIKUOU office. --I Femaudiua, I.'hs.o .
eetliu' lime I thtiuos I I thought; lItl *
'kYuu uoht to : .
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SOJIlJ ALLVAU'M WIT I IroVMional. and ItiiMlncK! Cards I PONDINSID: : ; TIMK CARD; 1.'II'I'jIIIhi'l, Wi-x'tTii! Railway: to and rr0111 ,t1S.l\.1XN.IIt: : 1'ia\.INIiNA I:: ..s'S\ J

._ Savannah, end all Northern; I'.nstertt: nm1
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A Sioux brave i is named ('tieonp: Ho "')1. n. ('. J)1'n\'la. I OK TUB Western ( .illl't ... .AXt ., !
is terror to all the white 11I1'1ot' that TL.1'le.nrI.Jo'( ,WKST: INDIA I TRANSIT At Like. City daily' with the I'llIric1t''II'\
region.! ('KNKRAL: = COMMISSION: : MKRCHANT.; :: RAILROAD.IT.N1NSFLAR I tral Railroad:: to and I from Jacksonville': \ St.Augustine. JUT .\( \:):( \'ItI.l"CL: ij'i

RA1L15OAD: I'ahitkn, Ellh'rl'risl'.1\1\Il! Landings ,
A man never looks so much like a red- : : ,
1.:11,111"illail, \ as when ho i i.* told by the (ENrnr: ::;t.F. \It 1,*. 15. DFI-OT ( HilM J.IIIr") on the I St.:: John' } River.At I .
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Maidvin daily uilli the Atlantic: Hlllf! -1'.r- 1
photographer( to + pleasant. FlmXl)) .\. FLA.Hay. I : ROFTK.; : :'haulCest India,) Transit 1liIWJI101111tl: from. '
1'111111l'lli IIMI:
An old bachelor: whovva" called tort 'eintltt Fernandina, iainesville( (Cedar Key, and i

for still remaining in single' wretchedness, ('orn. Oat!*' lit i/nl: nt"'Iwry 1ft, heart'. with steamers for Tampa, Key West! mid! .4..4-- I
gave as reason, that ( "IItI'I'-S! : hasn't removed Havana.
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the tax on matches, you see." At ( 'hatimum, bee three boles wl'l.klwilh
.\. W. COCKUKLL': .1X0. T. W.\t.KtH.; (IOINOLeave "01..11. ha \ ;
A bookbinder had a hook brought to him W.\ t.t.H: IS. YATB:*. the People's Line and Central Line lloats\: to vtvSEA ,
to be rl'1lOlIIl11.Ih'r the jobya" !finished : Atlanta. (la/ :'l.1.: > r. M. and from Columbus,1 umI: ;utln: Fort (,('a\I' Macon( i..1./ ........ 7.I 15 I'. M.
he made the folIowill'lltr in his day-book : Apalachicola. :and other River: landings.:
/ \ / tCh1ICLL'A1.hi:1l: & YATI-IS:: ISLAND IUUTE.
leave Itrtniswick, (ta!.\. 11.11. M. !r
,"'I :
to'llel\"l'II I'au'1ut'I'uaches
To repairing the Wav : twenty- /:-\! IeganlSleepingmmaaI: ) ,
v Arrive Fernandina, Fla.10.15 ,1. M.
\00,11'111)) nll.1"U:4\ Patent ..IailhI"
,/ five f cents. (COCKUKLL: WALKI-.U: Jacksonville.) Leave .Fernandina: .............. ..... ..10.n:!" ,1. M. tween Tallahassee and Jacksonville., run
Nautical : Husband (jokillgh'-"Oh.) I'm Arrive Baldwin :\. !.'-':, I'. M. !
fltfJutck tilue.'ura't connection, pctTccIsafety. "
the mainstay: of the family. ""ifeYl' .\ttorlu' and C'ouiiMol' 1 or4FKRNANDINA II I,: ((11:0:1: !: 1.\ AND FLORIDA) ;
und the jib-boom and-aim I tit" Small:: ,:s Leave: llaKhvin tbr.Iaekautn: ) ;\\.I1I, 1.J50:: r. M. KIXiAR l: VL1F.T, l' : :

boy (from experience)-".and the :spanker Arrive Jacksonville: ({'unt. Intltc.p.: ) :! : M. :-M-tf Master( Transportation.r I I INLAND STKAMROAT( ( 'O.

too, mamma." [C.1 pp ruse.] : FLA. Leave It.-ildwin: for; ( Cedar; Key. l.,">n \\ M.I .s- U ,
"'hat's your taste? asked: a Itoston .rl'il''alll'l (Junction P, R.: 1 R! ) .. I.U I'. M. Ith t' anil Ocoan StoatnboafN. :t.r)<<&; *
house iIillttrofa: customer.: "I l'UIpivc; Office adjoining Clerk of the Circuit ('11\11'1. l.:11'ialdo.. I.'JO: I I'. M..

you a ,\hartiiony in green and white, or a Arrive ( iaineville: ."'.17! I'. -1. l(1'110ti1i.11,11as: [* |t t1'b
symphony in !lavender: and brown or a nocturne "',\t.TIn 1 H.! YATCS c. Notary Public, Iii It Leave (;iainesville: r'.i5: \11'. M.Arrive Lj j : l.
ill and blue." llontim (Unite. (Cedar 1\j .. It.IiO:: l%. M. : ; ..
yellow :i. .
,_ ...t..Ja.r. .
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nil North; of Uald .
Train- to Jacksonville, '" 1. .. :: ,. ..
"There are seventeen and u half 1111'1to o. s. oAacr.s. .' 1 ;; ". .,:" -
female in the 1'l'rrit.of Dakota." win tlail\.'. ti
every (Ir !
CONTRACTOR( AND I RF1LDKR.: : 0.01XO XOHTII.Leave ..tll'.r I\\\
Well, said: ; Miss Jones :spinster, when :she \,:... ..... ), >
read the above item, "if girls knew what I Cedar, Key. 1.15 A. M.Arrive .. 'IW1t'. ": 44.uZ:'I: '!I..z....
know, they'll take that half man rather than al I I\NCKA
none at all" (:iainesvilte: !*.;,<.I .\. M.Arrive I.
MOl'LDINOS.( ) ;:: m'II.:1'WII: : :: : ) ANDTniNKD Jl A IB, STr.A.-MSH: : RAILROAD I : ) ) (CO..
"'h,' did Moses write three commandments Waldo. ( I P. R. 1 R.: June). 11.-1'1.\| M. U.S. .____.___ .__ _
: HAi.rsTiis.:: : ;:: E'Et.1'm : : .:-; --- --- -
on one table of stone and seven on (I.emite\Vtuidn.. .... ...... ...... .t. !1I..i> .1al.
UAII.-s-: :. WOOD) F.AVKS-: Tim.ail
Arrive Italdwin. 12.17 \'. I.
the other? asked a ulveston! :Sunday: schoolteacher
1'1:111'1111IIE.TIII: / Will leave Cedar
: () : : ( Key
of a smart! little pupil Iteenu'elie, WKATHF.UIIOAUD-: :I: : Leave Jacksonville (('1111I. Coutel..I1.I..1.: ) >t. PoInlM) XorCi mail \1'\S\

wanted to "make an even ten of them.'l'hat's !NiAM( FLOORIN :- Arrive I'.aldwin; ...... ............ ...... ..l'2.0:! : t'. M. FOR NKW: ORLKANS: : : lym1.1:111.: : : .\ \'.

why! I ) ;S.Sftiir S. Leave Ualdwin.I'-M'i: r. M. oilariugculufurt II nri1111'11.. 11 delightful: t fail

Will you have the oysters scalloped? iiiul C'liurvh IVork Arrive Fcrnandi.'ia! .... ......... ........ ::1.1111'? > M. a over a strictly inland i water-course I lull of

asked! ( !alyeton tv8iterofitgreen customer Leave Fernandina: ....................... :)5.-I5 I \'. M. interesting scenery.
from the interior. "Have the! oysters! A :SPECIALTY.: Leave Ilmnswick. M.M( I'. al 1.1.1'U'l' 1. FOR: lay11': ::: AND HAVANA The I'.vi.vcti: :SnvMias: .; : : ,

scalped? No, but you kin scalp the butter" Macon. S..III l > A. M. KVKRY: : : :SATFRDAY: I ,
if you want.to. It needs it the worst: kind. 11001j) : \ ) 'IXIIOFn.Un) ::S; Arrive Atlanta: (;a. 1.15 I'. 1t. i'1ORlII.l .

(inlratoH ..,1'/1'11. OF) ALL SIXKS.:: : \ Tl'Ill10 (Cedar Key and South. of Baldwin (Captain\ Joiix 1'jr/uniM i >
In the rl'vll'of the past lessons at Sunday Post Otlice Box 171. tIlilyl"'l't :-:1II111: 11'.

school Sunday:: the question was asked: < "What did not; do on the seventh day?" __ __h___ ______. TKNINSFLAR: I :: RAILROAD.iOIM : ; Agents, AM.:

Answer: "He t'I1."hat else did he .1.uns JicGll'EiN, ( Ililhlo H.m"/) IM.'U: Cedar hey "Fla.M .. ('ITY orCaptain UnIlUH'I'OX1: .
do, ?" Promptly( little ei ght' 'l'ur oM boy: ( SOUTH.Leave - -
"I re read, Ins newspaper." C ( ) TILC.tOItXH( t flUI1,1)iII[ : "' Junction! ................. li.oo ,1,11.. I .\ L LORY'S: \ -'--

Leave Hawthorne.......... .............. 7.10 A. M. .
"I 1 Uncompromi.MiigThe tI'dul'l''ou'I'('; a: drenOfiil Doctor's fanatic Daughter; Mrs.Me ( Alachua :Street; between Second and Third. Arrive Lochloosa: ........................ 8.10 .\. M.lioINU I. I.'I.OIUU."I'1'ISIIII.: I.IM::. Leave.lnrksnuviIIccvervMonahn\ f -..

: think ; NOHTII. day and Friday: by. :Steamboat: K.\pres: \ <, I 11:15a. ( :
( Cizzom. I do bl.jl''c'oU) nobody FKRNANDINA) FLA. Only Direr I.lnc to !Y<>w York.
will be saved but you :and your minister: }!' Leave Lochloosa I".... ......... ..... ..... n.(N.I.31. I. tit .
OKI) lady-".\\\' '{. : my tI'ura l whiles hue Orders! and estimates: from a distance carefully Leave; Hawthorne 1 .................. ......1".45 A. M.Arrive I. ALSO: Leave Fcrnamlina I i by) Steamer:: Floiida, on
mil duets about the ll1cl'lIi-t'rl"-"tll///: attended to. :2itfBoobs Waldo .I11111.tillll..I.I: !) I'. M. arrival: of"11'ain..1n'ive .
\HSMIII! .V Miilau/.iis> .Hail StiMini
1'llHCtl. Trains from Waldo (Lochloosa and, return at :Savannah: evtry'I'ucsaley'I'huls.alas' -
and Stationery. Tuesday: Thursday, und :Saturday.: sliiji' B.iiM1 and l :Saturday: S a. III.
The Syracuse: Hlntul'trd[ puts the outlookfor ('Itis'cunmivrlion: made at Savannah with
the in the following/ pathetic manner CONNKCTIONS.1 ) :Sailing: \ from Fernandina every two wceksonS.
year Palace: :Steamship: of the OCKAN) : :STKAMSIIIP ; ) : -
: The 51.71H!! people' in thiscity will during 11111.101: iit1:11': ATI..1NTA. '
S. ( "' of Austin." : I I I I I'0111'.1Nevery\ Wcdnccday nndSaturday !
the new year b.! trying to make both Close connection is made at .Atlanta < :ia.: :: :SMVINS.: I for New Yorl11"0 with Huston,
: Captain : : :
Wholesale Retail W
ends meet. i'heoalynneslvhu will111'1.,1.: to and from all points: North, let: West and Hallimore: ; nil Philadelphia: ytenmers, and
/ however, will\ be the babies with their toes" : Northwest! daily. S. S. ( 4'itrnmiclct with all rail lines to all points North andWest.
in their mouths.A ) OOIS, MTATIiitY: : f.l I ....
] AT vi-ox, 0\ t (Captain lire'". : \ .
gentleman states that he often laughed: ; ) And II'SU' With Trains lir Kufaula.: : (Columbus, (!hl., For :Stale-Rooms: : and! Through Tickets!
respectfully: of course: from his boyhood up, Montgomery, Mobile and New (Orleans.) irj -t j apply\ 10It'
at his old lather's pronunciation' of'furnitoor.His ... i 1:" )
:%IIW'1'T1111!I Sriur:; AT miXAXIUNA: \., .
: children now tell him that is: the way. to % <' ,V .Udcn's'1'otn'inl Otllcos :
pronounce' it, and he has: been brought to With New York) and Feriiamlina: Steamship :.t1'JA 1 "

regard; his father as a highly; accomplishedold .J.'KO'J.U:: [ ::, FLORIDA.: ) Lino from New'ork Wednesday, utK .- (;' .lacksonvlllc-urncr: of Ray and OceanStreets

gentleman.: >.:'SOa.: in., und for Sets''m 111. on FI'IlaIII ..J..<"',", wC'l..ITIll. : :: ; St. .lugustine-alux: 'llloomlield'x,
Two country fellows: stop before the window :5.40 p. m.; from Nassau: : N. 1'., nnI'emjne:' near (ho Post-Olllcc) ; Ihalntka11',111'ullz,
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of a hat :store and<<1 view with admiration day;; for Nassau: ; N. P., on \Ctdttcsaluy.1'itli : Hughes'! Drugstore ; Fernandina, Kj-mont;

a hat having a little mirror at the bottom ji-r-St'hno1 Itoolis gJiceiulfy."GS' Georgia( and Florida: Inland'steamboat :; WISTIU.TIAS.: : : lintel
(',. from :Savannah: on Tuesday: Wednesday Ol'STAVK:; I.KVK.; :
they ..
"Why do put' a 100klll-; la-1: at the ---- CAl'T. I II I I INKS
bottom of the hat?" asked: On('. ":-:0: t the man Friday and Sunday ; ,|Savunnuh on (ien'l Pass. Ag't Sea Island( Route.J. : .
who buys it ('I\I1l'l'O whether it tits him," TRY Tim: Tuesday, Friday and :Sunday.: : CTI'CU' I).\ I.I.S.1'1'. N. IIARRI.MAN(: : = ,

replied the IIthl'r.l'lId"I.c.. With Charleston Steamers t t."l. Julw'I111I1 rA i I RISK.: :: 11"I 't u l Manager.NT. .
NEW YORK OBSERVER City 1'tiniD) from" Savannah: and CharlestonWednesday ; : .
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How are younnd your wifeeoiniiigon ? und Sunday: : : for Savannah:::. and XI':: of the above Steamers:; will leaveFernandina JI.\U"'S iciviie': iA(:iiiT.rnilKSTKAMKR .
asked a li.ilv-ston' : man of a colored man."She THIS: \ YKAR.: Charleston: Monday anal\ Friday.With () 1 for XI'Yo..l. ; (every .Friday. .
:: has run me oil': hiss.Vliat'y: the Steamer:: tlll"oIaih' t to; and from :St.Mary's ; (to ,suit the tide).

matter?" "II.. to blame, hiss I gave hera rut: LMIGKXT A\D //.5T r.I.1/nr ( ia., and semi-weekly 1 to and from" This: line, having no transfers: to make

splendid white silk dress, and den she got l'.INIX Tin: wuniu.j :St.: Mary's( River: Landings. between r. i; r.G 4
so pI."lItl11l' bad no use: for\ me. :rtae'lnw: 'td A
I was: too dark to match de dress."-(inlrrt- AT itvi.nwis.! I I.1., I'KRNANDINA: AND NKW: YORK( ) : :: J ; _' :. -
.' rf-Scnd for Sample CopI"I'1""t'>-\ With Trains 1'111'1.1\1' OakTallahassee, and
loll .\/'11'1.11 : Oilers I the
West Florida. : : : I'l.OICA. '
in Middle und
\llIl'ollltol :
.\ Oil City Irishman: having signed thepledge : ItKST::: AND CHKAPKST( : TRANSPORTATION : :: J-
p4 ) was charged soon: after with having XI-W): YORK ORSKRVKR! :: : AT LIN'uiLun I 1, t.f.\., \ TO FI.OUIII.HIIII'I'EU: ::-\. C.vrr. JOHN( [ RICHARDSON: ( : :: = ,

/been, drunk. 'Tvvas me absentmindedness l-:.t :'S7 I'ark Itovv, New York. With :Steamer .J///// t for all points and
Vegetables and, Fruits will receive special \\'I IJ.111'N: (15 I TIIK: :ST. MARY'S; RIV-
," said I'at, tilt' a habit I have of tnlkin' - - -- - - landings on Orange; I l.ake, on arrival of Peninsular care in hallollill cr ihiring the season as follows :
will meself, I seal, to meself: sez I, Pat, cum ItailroailN."l : Railroad:: Train. I.cmiv.S'rlltur's1':1'ialtt1ONIA'iuol( : )
( : :
nu'11n'uadhrink, 'No 1, 'I'vesworn '
sur sez
1'111'1SI,111011NINi l : ( at II o'clock for
AT liVIXKsVfl.l.K, KI.A., : ,
'I.OIW.CI': : TH.\L UAILROAD.: :: ; ) .
ofT. 'Thin I'll dhrink alone, sez I.An' With! :Stage: : Line I for I Ocala) and) Tampa onMonday FKIIXAMUNA: ; and will leave; Fi.II.NA.MJINAsame
whin meself: cum (out faith an' he was j Wednesday an,1atlll'llI:: \' ; from The traveling)IIIUIY"1', arc oll'crcd the advantages days at M ml. III., for CAMP I'IXIKNKY:
dhruiik.r'SirFletcherNortonwhose JVCKSOXVILLK, 1"1.Iurdl 111, 170.On Ocala and Tampa Tli"oIoIIFrlola: : .\' und :Sunday. ; of a : : 1.151Vl'I'IIOI"1': ) and all intermediate! landings! on 1111' ,h'u.
and after this date Trains this Road
: : on ANY (CHANOKS.( : Connections made atJacksonville
: : want of courtesy Returning: KVKRY: 'Tel'lx11,11'null: J'RI-! .
was: notorious while pleading before will run as follows)) : AT CKIIVK K.t"l.: \., with all :steamboats for all DAY, will arrive' at Sr. MAHY'H at 5 1'.11I'1
Lord afans IW\\'I'I1"I.\ \ : /) of manorial DAY 1'ASSKNdKR:::' : : ( Ex.tli':1'1': : : .\\'.) With Tampa :Steamship: CO.'H Line for "points mi the St. .'01111'", Ocklawaha. and touching; Fi.U.NAMH.SA.On .

right; to say: "My Lord<<1, I can illustrate Leave Jacksonville :1):: .\. :M. Tampa und 'Uanutee Monday and Thursday, Indian Rivers: and with the Transit Railroad : WKDNI: 10.:11.\: n.; and .\'IT IW.YH: )

the point in an instant in my own Leave Italdwin ...... ..................... !IU::! .\. :u. ut 4 p. m., und for IveyCtst Sunday and at Fcrmindina for all railroad stations I will leave Sr. M.utv'sat xo: : a. m., und can
p(' ',. 111. I myself have two little manors" Leave Lake City ..........................II.\:::: M. Thursday, at r fl p. m. I in Florida ; 1 be l'ltarlt'II.tfor\ ,'\" ( 1u1)angcacss
""'1' all knHit., :Sir: Fletcher" interposed Leave Live Oak......... .................. !INI:( I I'. :M. With the eml,1tall'l:: and Havana Fust: FRKKIHT AND( PASSKNOKR: :: : RATKSAH :
the judge with one of his: blandest: smile's. Arrive at Savannah: ......... ............ 1': I IT p. M. 'IniISteamlmerjalum: iris! for Key West: Havana, LOW AS ItY 1 JNDIRKCT LINKS.rThro.igh .

Mine. D. happened to Leave Savannah: ......................... HOO: I .\. M.Leave Cuba' on urrlvul uf:Spmrial'frumi: 1 I every Tuesday : .< (' Rates: and Rills of lading und other points of interest in the vicinity I
a mature: beauty, Live Oak........ ......... ......... 5:55: 1'. :M. afternoon, at 4.:101': iii. From Havana, to all points. of Fcrmindina.
take swallow of '1'hot tea while dining /
theother \Hercontortionsandgrimaces ( Leave Like City ............ .............. 5W: p. M. Cuba: and Key West: every aturcla)'. :Special : For passage or further information, apply
out day. Leave Ualdwin ."...... ...... ...........;. ;:(l.i I'. M. train to connect.With to ThroiiKli/ HUN. of Lading
drew the attention of the whole table
Arrive at Jacksonville ................. 8:05: p. :M. :Steamer 1uterjutn', for points on the 1 It:. SOITIIWICK:: ; AgiitI'tn'i'i'
and of the astonishment :She hullIo
judge :
MALLORY'S LINK: nl'Stl'amia'ry( '
by to ull
eye-brows. Thesleauu of the tea hail warmed MAIL! AND lXl'lao.(1111.: :: ( .\'.) Siiwannee River: on Thursday. ) ut (U i u. III. ', m "'
the !St. )Iur .
the artificial sub>titute ; they had fallen into Leave Jacksonville........ ..."......... :5:150:: f'. ).. For information rcsK-rting| runts, rates, c'. II. MALLORY (CO.. points on "

]her cup, and she had swallowed them.JfHch. .- Ll'II'C'hifl' House.............:....... f.:15: I'. :M.Ixave etc., apply to Pier :l.i, l-ii-t; River Nett'r 1 il 2.111sii1J1111It 4/loNe: ('011 ,,(" .'.10..
Italdwin........ .................... 7IN:< I'. M.Leave .\. O. M.vDONKLL.Ocu'l : ----------- -- --'- -

Darbyville...... .................... 7:153 I'. :M.Ixave : Tkkl'lulltl: Pass. Agent. : SC'IIIUI'Ila: made) with the New Yrrk anal Savanmih
I ] The actress affectionate)lIIl'. Ozv declaration II'l'l'l'In'.1: "Made the following :Sanderson................."...... 8:07/ J'. :M.Ixave D K.: MAXVVT.LL.
: Olu..tee.............................. 1':tJ: p, :M.Ixave --- -- -T-- Tilt: .KTKVMHIi: Flora, I'crnandimi."
moiselle" 1 am only a poor workman but I Mt. Carrie......... ................. !IOJ;< t. M. TACKSOXVILLK.: \ : I'JXC'OIAXil: : \ (iOOD ACC'o( DIOII.'fIIlX'lIlt: PAN-
love you like a millionaire.VimIIe waitingto Arrive Lake City.......................... U:1I11': ) M.Ixuye ,J alulili.il.1i1.111).tl: : ). ,t ----- -- senders.I Kxi-urslonlstH I : und I Tourists" will

become ontTl send know you this bunch of 'ilets. Live Oak........................... :!::15 A. M. MtxTKit( : TH\. I'OUTVTIOX'H. OFI'H-K,, I 1: S.... JO11.\S y. 'ITY' 1'1)1\1'j\ liii'l this a very utlnu-tive: / trip, us: the iccnery
If you wish to mound to reciprocate Arrive Tallahassee: ....................... 7lNI'A.<| )f. TALLAIISXKK. : :, FI.I..brllll')' :i, Iit- (il.l j I, I Is grand and iilligitors; und other game are
my undying 11I1i..ctltl.1111 you are on Arrive Albany........................... ..10:15; .\. M.Arrive On and I after )1111101..)'. February ;.', 'IK.SO.,, ----- r -- ---- -- ubundaiit.For .

the stage to-night\\tyour beautiful eye" to :Savannah; ..... .................... ;ou .\. M.Ixave pas.seiiger;: trains of this road will 1'11111111 follows fuithcr Information apply to

the J're"hrulI&ciK-k-loft: my legs will hang; 0\1'- :Savannah: ................,...,..... 4-0:: p. :If.IA'a viz : \l JOHN (RICHARDSON: :! ,

I'ari \'Albany ............................. 4N: i 1'. M. I'ASSKNUF.R: ( : TUAIN-KAST: : ROUND. 25-tf Fernandina, Flu.
devout Methodic u....ked Wesley: what leave '!Tullahassce ....................... 5:63: 1'. M.Ixave leave ('hatndlasI hve...daiiy at...,. 'JH H'l )I.
he thought as to his marrying a certain Live Oak................,......... 15:15: : .\. M.lxuve )Leave (CJuiiicy. St Jp. M. Slot <>,M" mill Tliittitrc.
woman, well known to both. Wesley advised J lake City ......... ................. 3:5u: .\. :M.Leave leaf Tull"hll"I'i|( i-. :M.Ix.ave ., -
him not to think of it. Why," said )It. Carrie.......................... .Il; $ A. :M.IxaveOlu.stee Monticello .. 7 I" r. M. : : .v Ill//1'lllat:

the other "blie's a member of your church .............................. 4:10: .\. )f. Leave Orecnville. HIM: P.M. '\\ rU.I.I"IIFI'ruuwlllla! Jacksonville s'nua.\
isn't she? "Yes." was the reply. "And" Leave Sanderson' ..... .................... 5:1)::! .\. M.Ixave Ix-iive Mailison! !It 2 i ip. M.Uave TI and )1'alatkii and I intermediate landings :-/lIl.I-itrc'f't.: opposite IW-Ollieu, ,
you think she is truly a Christian woman ? Darbvville' ...."................... 5:;.i A. M.: I.h'l' I )ak. li 15 I A. M. the St. John's River nnd Savannah
Y('Ii." said Wesley! "I believe she! is."Well leave Hahl\\.ill\ .*............................ li:40.t! )I. Arrive Savannah .. (t,1N.t. M. und: ( on Charleston folovvM
then, why not marry )her?" l&c- I..a.c'hitt. House! ..................... 7!IL'5 A. :M. Irrive'I'hotuassille........... ...... H ;.1.\ )1.rrl'c us : .J pu

Valise," rainiest'rslev, "iK-cuuse, my friend, Arrive Jacksonville.................... T:;") .\. M. .\ Albany. "........I4I-! : '> .\. M.A From FcrmindinaF { ,
the Lord ran live with u great many j>eople On Mail amt Impress: Train Sleeping' Can* rjve IdtkeCity: ** ..jf3.t: M. :
that you and can't." nut through to und from Jacksonville all.l1'allllah Arrive Italdwin................ .. (j :i"A.. )I. : i rx ril.

)!r. O'Haflcrty," said tlm jUalvotou recorder :-;; ; ub..., Lamar Sli-eping, ; Car run Arrive Ja.klll.II'.ille........... 7 ;111.\)1. ]'IHWIW: : I ti11.tY.-4Z l. i ia
time witnesses all say you kicked through to and from Jacksonville, awl Tal- Arrive Fernandinu........... .1...... :'J I" P, )f.
this' gentleman, and called him all manner lahas.sce.FKRNANDINA: Arrive aincville! r. mil ,.. M.ArriveC From FcmuinliiuiFOR i:"

of vile names." aloud know what haj!>- : KXI'IIKDuLV.: : ; ; ( ) .-liir Key !911!i p. M.I'ASSKNiSKR SAVANNAH .\:> 11 'CIIARLIMTON: :

j l'IIl''uur honor." I 1'1 did) that I am very Ix'ave Jacksonville..... ................11:15: ') A. M. :: ; : i 'fJ\lS-\\' -:..rr HofND. f R iTif/-_ .
sorry, {indade. "Yds. you ought to regretit Arrive II.tI.lwlll..l:::>'JO P. M. Leave Jacksonville .....Lilly ut. :i ::u 1'. M. jtr'-.I'\'WY: F1W.Y.1': t

very much." I d will me own family that I take such libertiesand .. !Ht. .
ville A. M.Ixiive .
s Leave Fcntandina..10:1): A. M.Ixave [ and I Kntcrprii-c; uls, w it" .!tcamirs -
if I have Lt'l'II"rl'aliuIoUl'" ait illfavoredMoimdrcl Italdwin............................ 1III':! M. ('fdar Key ...... 1 :::11 \.. *: for -klavvaba River: ; ul..o ut Savannah '
us if he was U memlK-rof mo own Arrive Jacksonville ..................... iitt 1'. M.I'aicngcrs Ix-aun P.al.lwin ...... 7 IU M.Ixave with ftfuriitTM for New York. I'hiladclphiii( YJ/t 19/
family. I'll regret it tll the last day of melife. Lake: (sty 0 11 p. M.Ixave .
; for Fcruandiua and Ci- lar Key IkiMon und Ualt Itlturl'.a III I at Charleston with ',
I will.:;; Savannah H 4 :::11) 1'. u.
take this train. No train from liaKlvvin to tcuiiH-r for New 1'nrk,1'hiludelphia' 11.1 It i.
Cedar Sunday. Ix-ave Live Oak................. ** ...... ', lA.. M. und with Northeastern South: ( 'arlu-
At festival in Massachusettsthe : : Key on more
thl'I'rilltl.\j ( 'os1FTUYd.-t Baldwin with .\., (J. A Ixrave) Mitdiinm" ...... 331 .\. 111.I.cuveirtsumville Him (Railroii'lfor: routes North 1 KiiM and ,ffO VIX HKATK1LS: : 1:.1511lty; ; .
/ following, toa.t was presented: : The ** ... : .
.. 1.7JA. M.Leave
W. I. T. H. R., fur Cedar Key, <;jiineavile! 11'est. TIN ASI. SHKhTIROXVAIUi:
printer the master, of alt: trades} ; he beats and IVniamlina und all i*>iut.i North und Moiitict-II ......... ..... ** ...... :5 'N\. M. .
the f.1rm'r1th the Hoe the":1I"JIt.nterwithhi" West ; at lake City fur Talluhu-sM-v, Albany, .ArriveTullaia! ........... ." ......7ton.3. FJRHT-i'LASS: : : \ I'ASSKNUKR: :: : : AC 'OMMO- ROOl'lXO i .ANI UI'TTKRINO:
Ix-ave, Tallahuss. .... H Yu: .\. at. DATIONH.Through .
rule, and the ni.t..ou Mating up longcul- at Savannah Jackis.>uv, and-ille with all mints St. Johns North River otlll"t'ltt Steam; leave (1'liney............. ... .*' .......lflIM. ). TK! kctx und StatcriM.m: slrurlrland (.'p'UWlm t WOOD TUMI' KTC:

11:111he; surpasses the lawyer and the doctor (N. J. $. McKLROY: ArriveC'hattahoorhee.- ..._.I! I>J .\. )I. all! information furnished. ut .>IIi,'(', corner A larjte; otock uf Stove oil balk! (Uve( u*

in attending to tits ca>.-;. and teats the "'. M. IAVUi"OX, Master Tranop'n.Supcrinttndcnt. ('OSX.:(''fIU ?. IVntre and) 1.'J..I..t''l.t'h.. a call, 01l111'l1Il'ar" our lrkwkh thoK) > ul

Jursoa in tile management; of the'devil.' At Live Oak daily with' the Savannah, :;t.ly ('. .\. XOYKS. I other house, here or d>tewllt'r ..



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TUB. ]f.LOH.IA: l\THHon.[ miles, represented, up to within. twelvemonths equal in number to the Representatives) to'' I'icolala....... ......... ...... ................. 71 t mile*. which attracts the eye of the tourist t, from
-:::=-:: --=-=-= '.-:-. ...'- -:::'--= !!, the total :successful' result of desultory which such state may 1m entitled in Congress 'Toeoi................ ......... ......... ........ 70!> miles.'! its neat appearance, and here and near by

SA Tun n..i r. FRllllUARYb. 1881. and unsystematic' effort. Twenty-six i no one district electing minIm than one 1'.I.h.rall'nillt......... ......... ,........... *8 "iles.! the saw-mills of Mr. Goss and Mr. John
miles have been laid from Waldo towards) Representative.Mr. : I Orange Mills! ................................ {93; miles. are
AWOIXTMKXT; ; iiox: : i. Ocala, and the whole Cox has prepared' bill which he! 1':I la 1 kn.................. ....................105 1 I III i le'l!. } ))'. :Making short tops at these places!,
I or r. iiAKKR distance to Ocala will : to offer proposes I San Mateo r .................. ......... ........110 miles.i I six miles: beyond, we reach Gainesville, the
ASJUDOK OVTIIK FOURTH be finished!'! within a month Hut us. this I is:: as a substitute\ which limits i Na' im........................................1 17 11i\i I('". county scat of Alachua county, I is the
the line the number of members to 301, and gives I I .. ...... ........130: miles.Heecher. I whie'l
t JV1HCIAL CIRCUIT. upon of improvement 1 first organ Welaka........... ......... the line of the
The appointment of this ized before the war, we credit it Florida but one Congressional: district" although : ............ ......... .................. 131: 1 miles principal town on rnilronll '
gentleman by tens to that sys upon the ratio of KVi.ooo( which he. Nonvalk ................. ........... .......131:: miles. I The town is well built, has surroundings -
Governor IHoxham M judge of this circuit In a new State, it is a good motto for, Mount 'lo\'al..1: 11* Inil('>1.lI'Orgl'tow'lI : and will prove an interestingplace

a happy one In cvcry respect He is n gen- railroads as for almost everything else, adopts' she would( have a fraction! of about ( .................... ............1 153! : miles.Lake" of for our visitors. The Arlington -
tlcmun having a reputation well established United we stand, divided we fall." 100,000) in excess of the ratioand considerably George........ ......................154! miles.Drayton sojourn .
more than a moiety of the ratio Island 1................... .........155 miles.Volusia House, ole of tlC best in the
;; I for legal ability, combined with perfect purity Tin: ,,':w posed.The I. pro- ...... ......... ............... ........171 miles.i State, the Varnum House, and several first-
of character, which forms (the i Mcul. coxaiiKssroxAL .11 Orange liluff...... ......... ......... .......177 miles.St. class entertain guests
judge. It is not once out of a thousand j'Oll 1'1 0.1)11.X-11)11'; 1'LORID.IIVILI. majority bill seems to be as near a :: Francis! .................. ................107! miles.llawkiimille :' hoarllllg-1ou.g.ll intcriortown the Stale. 11 .
appointments Hi: AWLCTKIt. fair apportionment as can reached.. The i ..................... .........20HnlIes.Cabbaue ) W'tlI'any Every
:4 that any governor could so perfectly Great anxiety is felt effect of the minority bill would be to ( Rluff...... ....................... 205 f' miles.i :' foOl'aSOI brings! to Gainesville the nature-loving
naturally retain
I. supply n 1'Incwith the proper: man as as to the about all lUtie Springs' : .......... ............ .........210 miles.Saiiford i people of the North, sportsmen who like to
1 in this instance. By accepting this position new apportionment. members of Congress the Congressional! : districts! now ,......?. .................. ............231: miles.Mcllonville under the white tents: that dot the
and abandoning in accordance with the eehsusof I I8.SO. This held by the ]Eastern: and :Middle' states: adding I. : I ......... ......... ...............235: miles. sleep ex
a practice which i is as large is a matter of more difficulty than wOIIIIII.Co eight votes to the North and but one to I Knterpri t ), c .................. ...... ...... .....211 t I miles.We 1:1 l'oflvillggr'1 and broil thellpetznl
not larger than that of
the their
any generally supposed!'! and involves: something the South more than are embraced in the'' return to the main line, and soon \li*11 hall18, overtime

fttate Judge Baker sets an example of unselfish more than a sum. in division.' .\1110 divisor majority t report. (Our) representatives! in roaih C'illinium/ where considerable\: trade !is l'lhlrsofthe( evening fire. (Gainesville

patriotism which is as remarkable as: can l hI' found, which wilillot, applied, to the both house* will of course, favor the majority done in naval stores. Tho "'ay"r/)->s Rail a place of marked: enterprise and thrift, but

it i.s praiseworthy.I' are sure that tio manovertook population of the respective Mates I leave report, and it w'ill probably be adopted., road tenses: this road at this point' which is;! I no one passing! ; by on the tl'ail can forum any

with him into any portion more Large fractions, and. as .some of the states fifteen miles from Hart's l Road.: Kleven: miles iklf the p place: as 1 it really is. One must

of the confidence of his:: fellow-citizens, or have Till ATLANTIC of di-tancc to Dntlun, where spend' some time in walking its streets: lined.
less than the existing: ratio, and othersare Olll.I"'A- W1WA Iii''lie! brings us !
more earnest wishes for his prolonged, happiness : with choicest shade see its spacious
rapidly growing in population. while! THAXNIT RAIl.JlOAlt mime located' l exteiishc :saw-mills.; \ large .

and prosperity some are almost! stationary, it is difficult to Is 1.>i miles long, i is constructedith: superior amount of capital' 1 has, been invested+ hereby business places, and fine private residences:I,

-- fix a ratio which will be just to all. So far Iron, light gradients and'! easy: curves Hon.John Lynch, Baltimore, in tliclumbering and be convinced that in point of beauty,

RAILROADS. ns fractions are concerned, the! general rule and. hence 'capable' high! speed' when required. business. Passing: on to ISritmlifJlfitmli health, comfort and enterprise, Gainesville

I The man who makes almanacs for South; has been to give states having more than There. are daily passenger, express whitli is five miles from Dutton, we has few superiors in the State. The shipments
.1 ., s'' moiety of the ratio ofrl'i'I'c'' clltntillll:1II: additional freight and through rates : M Il'i--r: :; Cook lager a large 1'11
In which one of the biennial sessions of member Under this. rule Florida of passage and. freights: to all desirable: mar saw-mill, and ship' quantities) of lumber. largelyexceedmhiystattntiuli the road. Leaving -

.. tho Florida legislature is to be held, very now has her two neprl' elltath'c1.I : kets. The train i is next' ht to" at llraldu/ 'in, Gainesville, we immediately enter what ,

4 wifely say, "about these times look out for The subject has been committed, to the FeriittiiiUitu, / the county :seat or>i :Nassau six miles from Brandy P.rancb: and we payour : is known as the vegetable section of the

n lroalls.'' Every: two years there start into I committee on the census: who has made a county, is its northeastern! tl'rlllinlls,1I growing respects to :,IOIIIC' !substantial. At this State. I'assingsevcral flag stations, six miles

a life all over the :State, beginning anywhere I; majority and minority report as follows : city which: I N situated\ Amelia Island: point the Florida Central Railroad crosses, from Gainesville, we arrive at ,Arredondo, time

and ending nowhere or vice versa, a number Mr. Cox, from the committee on the census on the ,itiauticsurroumledbyrodiihg: lands,, and the distance to Jacksonville is nineteen "banner station" for the shipment of early

of railroads, which, when carried out. would reported a bill ((11. It. No. 7020): ) making and rich plantations dating from the Spanish miles, or sixty-six miles: from Fcrnandina.From vegetables. It is an unpretentious place,

quake our State one' vast network of iron. an apportionment of Representative.! in times. The harbor is: deep and capacious: J\'rnninliiin/ / to with three or four stores, and but little doing,

Anyone who places implicit faith in the tenth Congress among the several states under the and the commerce: both coastwise and foreign Lake City....,............................... 87 miles. : except in early spring, when there is a complete -

early completion of such roads must, if he Ke it census.enactcil is: increasing: It is most Live Oak........................ ............110 I miles.Kllaville change, the whole appearance of the
i i)0 economist have etc., That after the 3d of every year. a ; ............................ ..........123: miles.Madison transformed into
a political great anxiety March 18S3: the House of Representatives: desirable place for both winter and summer I .............. ......................138: milesTallahassee place being activity scurt'Iv -
tut to where the people are going to cultivate shall eleven be composed of three hundred and resort! the climate being balmy and ................................I'M miles.i observed anywhere else in the Southern

enough!? of the soil to support the life of the the several members, to be apportioned\ among c'lnuble.lthollgh Fcrnandiiut does not Quincy i ............ ............ ...... ........217 miles. country Vegetable; growers in this section

present meagre population of the State. Heught eight ; Arkansas states, five, o-s; California follows : Alabama five ; Colorado -, boast of but comparatively little of strikingor Cliattahoochce\ .................. ..........237: miles.: have been very successful, made considerable

deem'it possible that, with the extraordinary one ; Connecticut, four ; Delaware, romantic scenery to the stranger, yet she From Baldwin southward eight miles we money, and will plant as largely the

fertility of some of the regions one ; Florida, two ; Georgia, ten ; Illinois, claims attractions which arc peculiarly her reach Jfajrvtllf, where are located the turpentine coming season as:l ever. Rapidly passing on,

t which to be these roads nineteen ; Indiana, thirteen ; Iowa, ten ; in farms of Mr. 11. H, Powell, and the through a section of country which is especially -
are penetrated by a Kansas, six ; Kentucky ten own, having one of the I finest:sea beacheson
; Louisiana six
crop may be raised between the passing of Maine, four ;Maryland, six ; Massachusetts;, the Atlantic coast. We may find inexpressible saw-mills of )Ir. C. II. McCleuny. In n few attractive, and agricultural pursuits

rains on the road, were not the assurances (eleven; Michigan, ten i Minnesota: lin' ; delight and profound emotion, in moments more, seven miles from :Maxville, are carried to 1 degree of perfection, not
I 1\j 5.V'rV: I 1I) flev'nfi: ollrl, ncbraska we are at Jtiyhlitad, or better known as Trail
t of frequency of service so abundant, and : every variety of earth's: peculiar, more exceptional found elsewhere on the line of the road,
three ; Nevada tine ;f New lIulIl'-{ Ride, where are located the extensive sawmills while the rich of lime-rock add
from men of such vast capital, ns to preclude shire, two ; New Jersey, seven ; XW YOI'k, and fanciful aspects in the tender deposits
all room forhope in such a direction. The thirty-two ; North Carolina, nine ; Ohio, and :sweet calm of woodland, green and of :Messrs.: Cook it Son, of Lockha- greatly to the value of the ground, we passTaylor's '

hanging gardens of Babylon will probably twenty ; Oregon, one ; Pennsylvania, twen steady solitudes: of rills, and wild flowers, Yen, Pa., managed by lfr..lohn'r.1'enny. :aw-li and 1atol.vie. where are
ty-seven ; Rhode Island: two : South Caro Having passed: over several curves on the
located the and works
have to be reproduced in Florida, and a man lina, six Tennessee ten Texas and birds:: and the wavy mists: of remoter saw-mi turpentine
; ten Vermont
; ; ridge, it will be !seen that Florida is not all
will take his farm and his family "up in a two ; Virginia ten ; West Virginia, hills-In the great stabs: and\ scars which I of Mr. T. .A. larbyandarrh'oat.rcler, nine
four and Wisconsin a IIC'allll'\'el. and! on the top of the ridge the miles from Arrc ondo which contains
balloon to make room for the locomotive. eight. mighty convulsions have inflicted, in the several -
Home of these projectors are showing a The accompanying report is us follows : stern! and sterile summits where Ice and snow tourist will note that (the! waters in the ditches stores, and enjoys a good trade in sea

wise foresight ns to the great value of real The committee on the census, to whom forever reign, and in the cascade, the sinuous alongside of the railroad track, which are island cotton, fruits and early vegetable.Thi
was referred! the question) of apportionment never failing, flow to the northward to_ the section of is noted for its fine
estate, by carrying an amount of it around streams, but from none of these come such : country
among the several states under the tenth Atlantic, and to the southward to the Gulf.
Five miles Archer
on their persons which would in Ireland census, beg leave to report the following bill, profound impressions: as from gazing upon peaches. beyond we pass
I subject them to the vengeance: of the Land which enacts that after the :M of March, the mighty deep, and listening to the reverberating Rapidly passing on, the vision is soon attracted Albion, a station created for the benefit of

s' Leaguers." It in the future become a 1883, the House of Representative shall be ro"rt1- Its billows. .The'wave- by neat dwellings, orange gro\e Mr. \','m. Commit and his friend; who came
of may whether composed: of three hundred and. CIl'Vl'llllll'm- washed beach of Amelia is-land cannot be etc., as to assure approach to a place of some over from Switzerland to engage in the cul-
question grave importance as bers. For the distribution: of members
lIa and announced. is
in excelled, its wonderful smoothness, the panorama Ltllt'ls I tivation of the grape and the production of
a this is real or personal property, and the detail, the committee refer to the bill.
neat and attractive and here located
judiciary of this State had better consider There were differences of opinion among which is presented in the vivacious a place, arc wines. We are now at Erosion, five mlC
the members of the committee to the the extensive saw-mills:: of :Major T. J. distant the of
as workings:l of the ingenious breakers, the rap county seat Levy county,
the matter at once, HO us to be posted when number, some being for more and some for Hurrin, the founder of the town. Just five where the merchants active and
with are
ture so replete pleasure as we swiftlyglide
the new era arrive less than the above number, but to avoid delay -
miles beyond( come to the mills S. J.
we of
and to bring the matter before along in exuberant delight, induces tiS getic, and control the trade of the surrounding -
Wo do not mean by these remarks to belittle speedily' Mr. is of the
the House, the majority of the committee to be thankful that we are so highly favored. Temple Temple ono liollelr country. Large quantities of country
any spirit! of enterprise which seeks to in the business in the State and does
have concluded to report the accompanying There are some interesting localities and I produce are shipped from here. Twelve
locate a railroad in a. country, no matter bill. extensive in
quite an business supplying
beautiful drives: around the city The elegant miles from Uronson we cOle to Otter Creek,
]mow sterile or poorly populated. If they The amendment, in the nature of a substi- :shippers' of vegetables and fruits with crates. the of the
. Kgmont Hotel, one of the best III the delight hunter where Captain I I
can find means to induce capital to put a tute reported by Mr. Sherwin on behalf of At this point is a tramway penetrating into Mason his
South, and which is first-class: in every respect always }provides guests with the
t road there, let them do so by all means. the minority of the committee, is as follows : the country several miles. In a few moments choicest of venison and wild
/ and will compare favorably with the turkeys. In
Hut what we do seek to ridicule, and what Be it enacted by the Senate and Ifoweofllepresentatives two miles beyond, be caught a
may neighborhood is the Gulf
best hotels of the North, is a favorite of the Hammock,
we think is'of great injury to the State, is of the United Mates of America tit glimpse of Kturle, the county seat of Bradford
Congress assembled, That from and after the traveling public. There is daily connection where will bo found all the novelty of primeval
1 the hasty incorporation and public announcement 3d day of :March 1883: the House of Representatives with New York and the North and West by county, a place that i growing very land, and unsearclied solitudes fur the
of all sorts fjf companion for and which does considerable business
shall be composed of three hun railroad and steamer lines. rapidly, hunter. The variety of the country, with
enterprises involving the expenditure of dred and! nineteen members, to be apportioned in the buy ingand shipping of sea island its remarkable
TVHLK OF PIST\NCK80X ATLANTic, til'LV A WKSTINIUA : eiTects, combined
i 'r millions without having considered in a among the several states as follows ; and country produce. There
I To the state of Alabama eight mcml>l'rs. TltlMUTKtlLKOin : l'ottOI with the novelties of the life here led, and
I I business-like way and received assurances To the state of Arkansas!'! five members. /Vow Fernnndina tn ; some fine orange trees to be seen at this the rough sports incidental thereto, excites

in a business-like way, of the support of To the state of California, six members. . )point, one on the place of :Mr. Geo. E. Place and
fart's Road.............. ..... ... .. 12 miles. invigorates the whole nervous system.
; capital. It is so easy to form a company, To the state of Colorado one member.To Callahan..,....... ......... ............ ....... 27 tunes which attracts considerable notice, from the Vigor and tone is the is
and the initial expenditure of money \\f so' the state of Connecticut, four members. Dutton........................................ 30 miles. fact that only one trunk is perceptible, and keen imparted appetite
has To the state of Delaware: one member. llraii'.ly Itrunch............................ 41 miles.lialdwin one-half of the tree bears the digestion is capable and strong,
slight, that any impecunious man, who, To the state of Florida, two members. ...................................... 47 miles.Maxville :yet sweet oranges and the sleep sound. Here the sportsman
nothing else to do, can easily induce persons To the state of Georgia, ten members.To .................................... 55' miles.i and the other half bitter sweets. Rapidly fairly revels in the intoxication of good

I .of capital to go Into theconipany the extentof the state of Illinois, twenty members. Highland................................... 02 miles.Lawtcy passing Thurston, the former site.of Temple's health and
the notice of incorporation, To the state of Indiana, thirteen members ......... ........ ..................... ((50 miles. mills, the tourist is at Waldo in Alachua enjoyment. Leaving Otter Creek
publishing To the state of Iowa eleven members.To Temple*..................................... 71111 ile!!. eleven miles eleven miles beyond we arrive ut 1:06eI0.
and such other small items of expense, who the state of Kansas: : six members. Starke ............................. ........... 73: miles. county, from Starko. ,e are a neat little place, where there is the sawmill -
: have never seriously considered the subject asa To the state of hentlll'k'Il'en members.To Th u rstoll..................................... 77 miles. not' among the farming class Here till of Peters it Son. From this
business venture, und who merely mean: to the state of l.ouisialiu. six members. Waldo ......................................... 84 miles. PKNIXSCLAU BR\Nl'l makes connection, point in
To the state of Maine, four members Yulee......................................... 90 miles.Fairbanks bringing from the rich fields of Marion 18G8 was made the first shipment of early
; carry out the project if they should! .find it a To the state Maryland: six members. .................................... 92 miles. vegetables to the Northern markets from the
I good one afterwards, and who, not having To time state of Massachusetts\ twelve mem Gainesville.................................. S t'S miles. countyanl the bustling town of Ocala the line of the Transit Railroad. Ten miles

+ into the affair with any caution.are apt bers. t Arredondo ..................................104 miles. products of industry and enterprise to swell further and .
t gone of To the state of Michigan, eleven mem' Ration's ......................................IO, miles.Archer the grand aggregate of the parent stem. The we arc at ('dc Key on the
t to regard tho slight amount money they bers.To ................................ .......113 miles.Albion 8.\NTA 1. C.AN.IL makes its Gulf of )Il'xlcl and the terminus of tho
have spent in time enterprise as" a lottery the state Minnesota: : five members.To .......................,...............Jl* miles.limnon 't (connection here railroad. This attractive place is built on
ticket, which, failing to bring a prize they, the state of Mississippi, tll'\'l'UlIIl'ruhtrs. ....... ..............................122! miles.i likewise, and furnishes access to the country one of the various keys iu this
1 i the matter a 1't.'ullIIthought. To the state of Missouri fourteen mem Otter Creek.................................134: miles.Rosewood ordering on the lakes around. locality, and
abandon, without giving bers. ........... ........................145 miles.Ctnlar I. The distance from Fernandina to Waldo from a romantic all highly picturesque+ i po-
To the state of Nebraska, three members.I Key... ........-.....................155 miles. is sitiun in the town can be viewed the keys
oft To the state of Nevada one member. eighty-four miles, from Waldo to :
with this sort
Another great trouble in the best of that are iu
with them To the state of New Hampshire, two mem Leaving: Fern>nnliita. ears in Santa Fe.......... .......................... 7 miles. contiguity to Cedar Key and the
.' companies that they all associate the Southo traverse a route full of inter Hawthorne..... ........................... Gulf of Mexico for riCUtunll 1adiyear:
-MMipIe of the country who are really'ln earn- bers.To the state of New Jersey, seven mem '.t. Passing" over the! drawbridge, across chloosa....... ...... ....................... 14IUil's.' adds to the ) place For

list and whoso energies, if associated with Amelia river we reach the mainland) ; and Orange Lake. ............................... IS miles. merly only the quiet rendezvous of few
had knowledge of tho capacities I bers.To the state of New lurk, thirtythrewmembers. I Ocala......................................... 4S miles. gentlcnmen, who! bwet I good t and
t men who having, traveled twelve miles, we are at wanted living
a from
The PE\mxsuL.tu lUitKoM) runs through respite the cares uf life. It
of the country, and who with that knowledge !I. To tho state of North (''mtrilinaJulie. mem U the determination of boil!. theorangf belt and passes through thel'tll. seekers pla'e'l '
S combined -the J.'tnS.\Xl'IS\: it JU-KSON* Ill'lslre arts the
l'Ole *** i'
bers.To of Ohio mem orange groves of Mr. Jas. A. Harris[ .idHon. The ut
lug railroad* ash profitable business venture the state twenty-one VILLE HI mmmitu--rliverra.5'fruum the mainline .1'1 a I.1 residents are fully persuaded of
1 P. P. which with t1, advantages and
liisbop 1lllNlmltl111f111
t i? would secure real i and substantial rev bers.To the :state of Oregon one member.To at this hula ulIll"lsst"i down the :Nassau views in )' directions, are well worth the by thl'l to enhance everything the attractions is is'inti'dune of

1r t cults) within a short time. the state of pcnnsylvunia.tweiitycightmembers. river and! Trout creek wllt'ro"l' cross many their aCt'. A new elegant hotel has
t This State: wo think is able to support u I : substantial bridges, with the city of Jacksonville uth'lllul of tourists. The country from just been eomplftcd, unt furnished and
with To the state of Rhode l Hand I, t two mem I \11"1 to Ocalu) IU undulating surface admirably kept.! The commerce and
t t I a/stem of through trunks lines, some but a few miles below an.1 in full lrl'"l'lIt" of the
ben of hill and arranged with most city is Increasing. and |
judiciously located lateral ones, at tho present To the state of South Carolina, six mem- I view, and a fa.Minatinsi'anoraiiiaoutstretching i l taste lll by hatmrue11mastcr tioii i points to a great success for every" hll'a-
and If some one plan could be settled I along the line of mad far to the south scrupulous hand. in the'near future. Captain C. A. Fairchilcfs
; ben.To The town of (> -al.,. which ,
members.t the
| count has
of Tennessee, ten seat
the state an
upon.and the efforts of the people of tho I State I ward.: We soon pass un and reach Jacksonville el'IISI iaw'lilocUll.llltre. The
To the state of Texas, ten nn'millwn. I t tTo of :\Jari'l county, is one of the most red (' l-r .
bo- > fader the
would! leave miles from l'rnHllli.III&wll'ri. emit
concentrated It't. soon member 1 -distance: thirty
upon of Vermont, t two *
tho state In the 'nllllan. are also
State has .
prising IU'h..t
: ) : entcr.1 1 Regular
mil grown hErt. .
hind thouc fitful dreamsof unsubstantial realities To the state of Virginia, ten members.To .' wo t commodious and elegant nt Uf.ltUIIIl'n New Orh'IJ, ,
I which have mocked us in the juist: the state of West t Virginia, four members I boat in waiting to convey the tourist to all I I Inll"lri.) of late j .l'Un't'r rapidly p Key t. liavana. Tampa and 1t'II al.I..

andgn }paaubstantialrealityu lly sucmeoltort To, the state of Wisconsin, fight, I nlcamber.t4Ec. I ''j landings on the St. Johns riverhe distance I 'growth now that of railroad the. place; facilitiesure will>more afforded rapid than the I 'lime J I 11-talu': .......from........(.'velar........hey..,:...tl..:. miles.

\. of action, with a population onc-halfof 2. Whenever a new state shall be admitted i to the several landings trom IVrnandiiu be- 'ever. the trip on thePENiN"rLK ranml. \L......................................111.mil)
'Wbat it id now the.State buitalllll..luiPI..l! bath the Union, the Ri'prvM-ntntive-1! in!,* a* follow : I' A1ug'llr. \ l't.n.i:: II iei. .
the war In the most tul'rro\"etl1'lItt .rn or Representatives 2&IoIlIt..1, : :; to it shall leadditionul l- j I'r-Jm t'ffMtiudiun tin f'n-naudiun if- Jrd.I\ .I\U.Rl.Ihoull'' not be li"ll.l, for it | HaVana .............. ... ... "....... milt's.: ,
Wore three hundred timid! abounds in i ;
to the number- interest of such variety as to ; The G"
: ( hUlldrt't1aui1i (}rail\Vat'hlh'; IIlm.tl't.'Il-Itl'n'ln for tiltt Kxitroail, : : which r IIrl.tioIS tourists .
eurlv our provide I gratify the most futidiuus., : requires
) > IU'fl' the notwithstanding the great SKC. 3. In each state entitled under Ihi*>> i Hart's( n.tI.l......... ........................ 12: mile" I 1 Returning to flights il and 10 } % or unbr.lt'l.l
r war who esettled in our apportionment, t the number tn which such Jacksonville; ,........ ......... ............- :'ID miles.Mulberry ) .. j Waldo we notice the saw-nmflisof Mr. (Camp j summit' ehange9: I'rl",. they have timouglm there -
number 1 of capitalists hum I Mate may he entitled in the FurlyKijihthand .; 1ruve..M................... 42:! milt*. i and Mr. Knight in full operation. Passing j jon loudition uf formereu al hllpru\.l the
i I1H I t., And the unprecedented I rush of each sub-sequent (iwjrresshall \he j Mandarin.................................... 4,% mile. I six miles (rtmYaM.... reach Yulte i' hotel is the i !!".. Suwanee ;
W.; \ : especially along the line of time St. elected by district 1'"lIIINi.'l'| *' of 1., ntl';ni>iu i lliU-rniu ............................. ...... 5.1 mile WI I front its leading hotel at Cedar Key. and
.;rant, ( n"lro) Il. :.* tt'rriturUlltl containing "iii nearly u- praeI I Magnolia( ; ..... ....,. ...... ......... ......... M mil:". Wll'I'un' located the saw-mills of Mr. Fing- her ? It"is, csnmbinrol with the uman.
; Jnhur .fh'ft) hrt'C llarTOW .1uge about twenty I tieable au ('IIUlalnl1l11l.1t'r of IlIhtldhlllb. and I Grevn Cove :........ ...... .... 1i3 nu'K IT' themv two miles we arrive ut l ilakl | IUUU I winter re.uie.kept, will make i a fa.
t which was
l. I. time: I ung4ii -., )f .




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ACCOUNT OFi lWlTOIU..I1.: conn/; 'o.v/>JAY'/:. not fail to go "way down upon! the Suwnnce -

\ ': A S T V I, O It IDA WASHINGTON, January 31. river" and\ be charmed: by its magnificent SANBORN&IE-IOYT

whit AJournal Congress' seems to be waiting u great dcxl 1 .. .. ... .. .. .
: scenery.The -- --- ------ -- -- -- --- -- -- --- ------- --- ------ --- --- -- -

of time as u!nal, but the appropriation bills Withlacoochce river enters the (lull

KniT: nv are well under way. They have a way, near eighteen miles south of Cedar Key. It I is I IEi

JOHN: llxirrnv.M OF Pnti.AiiKi.i'inv, the close of the session, of waiving; the proposed next season to have a line of steamers I

Uotanist to His Majesty rules and passing bills rapidly, when no 1 particular I'lInllingun this river between! Cedar c i GO
for the Florida
; interest is felt! in uppo.ingthe11lg! The Key and h"lof: navigation which will be I

'l'I'II:>; bills relating Florida remain in ttatn 710/ another additional feature to attract! touriststo WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A Journey (from :St.: Augustine i iH
waiting fora favorable moment for )1 r. Davidson the! (lull coast.Cliattahoochee t.
up the River St. Johns
or 11 Ir. hi+bee to receive a recognition river The, ,distance from

LONDON} ( from Mr. :Speaker: when forty or fifty othersare Fernandina: 10Chaltllhonl'll'rh'l'r O

J : clamoring for u like recognition. It is to t is...................237: miles
01,111Y l W. H'ol"0.. .,1. St. Paul's From ('hat talmourliec to \' Rail Steamor and Sail :

ChurchYard, and Woonp.u.l.} ., be hoped that the bill for adju-tingtheelaim Apalachicola, Florida,..................l.">0 miles.' HH 00

Charilg-Cross. of the State for Indian hostilities' and for To Fort (
I [tl'ricc 1 Shillings.] the custom-houses' at Jal'k'ol'illo1111 To Eufatila: : : Alabama: .........................l.'W: miles

170.). Pcusacoln, will( receive favorable consider.tion .!- To Columbus, fh'nrgil..i( : : :! miles.Steamship I O

before the session closes.' Itoth have A LARGE STOCK OFJENICUAL
W'ratcni Tea-a
FIS11 \ and such hills stand
passed tlll'l'\l'lIl\ll"
The rivers of the sintthcrn province ifNorthAmerica The steamship HV.i/cnt 1i'J'II. was detained
< somewhat better chance than ti"se which :
abound greatly with( li-li, have not cither house in New York harbor. on account of ice and c3 rVZ
but Floridii rather more than; any other : fog, sailing from there on Sunday: and' reaching

those mostly made me of, are the lass: mullet The election of a 1)'lIIol'ratil'l'nalor: inTcnnes.see h here Thursday, evening, with ;a very I *

different :sort; : of rays, anti llal-lish, catfish h.isniven. !urrutgratiliratiutm; tot lie large freight and t the following i ; passengers\ : : j I}F1UJtMlIrU JE
IIl'11I01'rath.'nalo.: it the 1 1
:as :a lv Mircs continuance :
sea-trout, nnd black-tisl. Mrs. .\. P. Mitchell, infant and nut'''e,
of Democratic 1''lItl'ollll' that
Of bhcll-li.sh : several sorts of crabprawns: body Mrs.' .1.I .\. LaVille: :Miss' Richardson: Miss I : ]J.;]. i
for the ensuing Iwo +, and that hostile
and .shrimps of an extraordinary. ; year no L. Knight, Miss 1 I':. L. Dunow. \\'. F. llam- I
stalwart legislation can >-< that body.
The oysters ul'eto pll'lItifllllal.tl. that pa mon, Mr I s. C. llcrghnseii Rex.: A. 11. Robinson : o
nothing The reply of the I'rcsident-clet to I the delegation :
ni .\XIII )
;; !is more common, than at low water, of Southern:: colored who ; J. Oliver, L. Rodgers: J. Pins: (Captain.: -

to sec whole rocks of then men recently I 1-;!. 1'. /Dorr, J. Mil/. /Dr. Hall, II. Knight; O. I a acc

There arc three sorts Ofl.\-tlll'th'l'OIllIlIOII:;; went to Mentor, presumably to elicita \\'. Mradbury.V.: P,1 Hrown, I'. R. Pond, C. i MLRCIIANIISE.t: t
iI"I'lat'atillll"l'IlalwlII't policy, must 1 have: (
in East-Florida, the l 10 l'r-hl'III. hawk's- T. Weymouth. Wm. Kiting. P. Castillo, Mrs.McLean [ ,
r fallen like wet blanket those who i
a on I
bill and green-turtle. There are likewise : :III'lil'ipall.,1 and daughter, :Mr. ami Mrs.! 1 R.: A I I
stalwart anti-South: administration.
two sorts of land-turtle of them is a Hancock. )11'". A. ( ;hand, 111,+. 11. lleppard[ r.'r..1 I
one ;amphibious
11 Ir. (;larlK'ld's advice to qualifythcnmsclves I
and the other not is called Rev. Thomas House!!, Clip! .I Crowcll, John '
sum a
all the
exercise of citizenship
terrll pi rights; O'Neill, John :Smith: ,,'. H. Lamed John O
II. as the first step' for the assertion of Z
INSECTS.If i. Hanson[ P. 1)). Pilon, John McDonough[ ,
their rights, was in good, spirit
one considers: the extent of East-Flori: I Jack Jones: and four children, 0! Rolando

da, ami! the "small number of inhabitants it \ The tone of aggressive; comment upon the mimeo Rolando, \'. Ixttiero, 1 lcntilo! (! Jos.' CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK.
South, which was; quite notable .ill't after
has had these Iluzynski: A. Lcpciisky, P, Kuropatmuski
since the IIl1th'cIndians
sixty years' ,
the election the
I throughout t Northern !
press, I
Wyeinski, wife and six! children, J. Krysz-;
exterminated the creek
were by ,
hml'Or tcnsibly' subsided, and the
would be to think it must of ) cryyabout totiak, wife nod three children, W. J10hlZ111 )'- 00 !
one apt !:! course tissue! ballots:' and election frauds ha, .
kit I1:. 1' Hanson: Fred Stolctter, T. O.
be with in"'l'l'II\I1cl
overrun venomous reptiles for the time at least boen discontinued.The .
: several writers who mention Florida, Donaldson' T. Finland. T. McCade[ 1110.lavhs I

general result of the Senatorial elections ] IJarr Iultt.: JlIII11hl' .. .. .. .. ._ .
have taken it for granted to be so ; amongst I'.Culewun,111u -- -- --- --" --- ---- -

others, the gentleman who lately wrote major recently held has' been' on the whole, J.I A. Van Court, John Lcary, JohnTinney, SANBOl N & I-IOYT

Ilogers's History of Xnrlh-\ IIIl'r l'l: tellsus to bring forward men of business capacity ) Drimmice tuivse; Ludwied (iiiisse, Minchi.

East-Florida would be a fine country, instead of mere stalwart politicians.\ : Palinutti, O.! Jarduci Mrs. ('. Palmicri, Miss[ :: -
Platt of New York \'anI'yck of Wisconsin .
S. l'all11icrl1.'instolkl: M.Cirabsinuz; .
it not for the innulIIl'rablo'l'nOIlOU'.I
were \ I
Scwell of New Jersey.. Hawley DRY GOODS AT NEW YORK PRICESAT
insects! with which it is infested : the fact is Poluniez, Miss[j A. I Szpinger. ,
of Connecticut are all businessmen --- --- -- -
quite otherwise ; if we except the allcgator, Council Medina- TIII: i.oi'iii of good personal standing Miller[ of
East-Florida has fewer insects than
any California i.s well spoken of, and Hale of At the' regular meeting of the I (council
other province America : during my stay held! =: & T. icYDD.DRY : -
there, I saw but two black snakes ; Mr.[ Maine i is a man ot respectable: ability and February 1M, the first nl'l'lltllillCl1' _
long experience Congress. The Chandler January 5th, there were present ('ou11cilnlenL

Rolle, who for eighteen months lived Constantly type of Senators does not seem' to abound. .olmi n mi. Delaney, CIlLlilllhtoll: and ---

in the woods: has secnbutone rattle- On the whole, the probabilities point to a lloyt. Councilman: lloyt, in the absence! of GOODS CLOTHING BOOTS AND SHOES
snake. If East-Florida is to ,
so happy as
quiet and non-aggressive administration, offir. the president, xvas called to the chair.
have so few venomous creatures, it is not fiartield. The petition of citizens asking for improvements NOTIONS AXI I'ANC-'V' JOOIIN.LA1UI1MT .

owing to a supernatural or miraculous cause! The hotels and streets: of Washington are on Sixth street was: read, and : ; : AND IJRST STOCK TO HELECl': : )FROM, AT PIUCMS WHICH

like the blessings of St. Patrick upon Ire well filled with strangers, and the advance the marshal teas instructed. to notify property 'I'HI 1JE: UNDE1WOLD.

land, but to a very plain and natural one, Sixth between Centre Large shipments, FALL ANI) WINTIUK: HtOUS received weekly.Wholesale .
owners on street, ,
guard of the ol1lce-! l'.kers under the new
.. .. .. .
which i that! the --
ism, hunting-parties-of the administration. Each successive day will and llrwome streets, to, repair:, their sidewalks Jf..tJ- ana ucitui. Orders by laud receive prompt attention.

Creek Indians, who arc dispersed through I the to street New York Ofllce f N.E. ('or.l't'ntro and Third f
increase the number of these patriots and lUll portion referring J .J. .* T. irvikik 1 I ,
the whole province continually set the :: Walker Street. ( J Fernandtna Flu
grass the ,
the senators and members of the House' will lamps was referred to street' committee
on fire, for the conveniency of hunting by
; with
have cohorts of their constituents demanding / power to act.
which means not only'the insects,, but their 1URCHGOTT
their assistance and influence to find J The following hills were ordered paid : BENEDICT & CO.

eggs also, are destroyed.} possible' positions under the new regime. W. H. C. Duryee.............................$127.30ewton ,
Allegators are here in great number, they Hcndlcy. 30.00
never attack mcn either in the water or upon Our Florida senators and representativesare N ewlo1nenlIl' '. 30.00 Southwest Corner of Uu,' and I'lno Sheets,
in their seats! doing all they can to -
i promote John Wilkinson. :30.00
land all the mischief they do, is carryingoff
; the interests' of their constituents. John Wilkinson. :30.00

young pigs from the plantations near the The river and harbor bill has not yet James 8.33! : JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ,

rivers. James Lang....,. K.3.: :
There is an insect !In East-Florida not been reported to the House by the conunittu James McDutlic..... ........ ......... ........ H.W;
OFFER but it is understood will be
on .commerce, :: ::! Aug. 10.12( I
known in other parts of America, which is a
completed in the course of the present week, Jos. 11.37:\
large yellow) spider ; the hind part of his and will probably pass: at once under a suspension : Jos. .. 7.K8 DDDD) RRRR YY YOCalon: )( OOO OOO ]DDDD)I ] RSHSS
body is bigger than a pigeon's egg, and the H. E.: Dotterer.. :3.3T: DDDDD] RRRUR YY YY WWWIO; ; !(! > 00000 00000 DDDDD l HSHSSSSid ; ,
rest in proportion its web is n true yellowsilk of the rules. Florida, it is to be I'lummcr Edwards. 2.50! DI U)) HU UU YY YY (; (;jo( oo) 00 O() oo ]DD) ]DDas! 1t
; will due recognition for all her (leoV.. !).2't
hoped secure Washington 1>n JH mum YYY (1(1 OO OOOO OODD DD SSSSSHid
so strong as to catch small birds, upon C. ,A, 1 50.00) )( ; OO 00 DD
important interests embraced in the bill. ( DD DI)) UK UU YY ( Hid( ( 00 OO) DD KS
which it feeds: the bite of this spider i.s attended The bills of Turner Haling for December} DDDDD UU UU YYDDDD dddddd; ; 00000 OOOOO) DDDDD HSSSKSSidddd :
with swelling the'part and 1 UU uR'Y ( (/ 000 000 DDDD S.M.SSM!
a great Trade Motcn.Dusiness $33.33 and January $3333: were referred to

pain, but no danger of life. the finance committee.

A great variety of lizards are found here, has generally increased duringthe The petition of :Mrs.: Leddy, asking! permission 1+ ::CARPJ TS, l\L VJ 'l'JNGSHH':: .

some of them very beautiful changing their current week. to build an addition to the Florida

colour like the cameleon ; they are quite U Naval stores are without any change. House, was granted.An .
harmless:: insect. ordinance entitled "An ordinance FLOOR OIL CLOTHS: N"! !WINDOW SIIADES.
Cotton futures are retried fairly active In

all our markets.A making appropriations for the year 1881,
SECT. V. and fixing the rate of assessment! for the LATEST[ NOVELTIES: IN .
,I healthy feeling pervades our lumber 111 1 '
Of Cultivation. market, and the general impression prevails year 1880" was read and referred to the! **/l L1 1
'- -' --
finance committee for printing 44 44r _++ 11 i. ii i+ +* +* 4* 4* 11 114 +_ *_*+_ i. ++ +* 111 +.H-
RICE. -- -
that business will be done.
a good spring
From the climate of }Florida anll time great i The ordinance committee was, instructedto ]
variety I of tropical as well as northern productions Jo'mwllTlI.-Thc demand for vessels' :t to load draft an ordinance fixing the time for the 1:1:: --RESS GOODS, SILKS, CASHMERES, ,::

lumber coastwise! is quite good, and I, with and licenses amiddug .
collection of
liquor dray -' -
that are natives of this country, light offerings: of tonnage rates in generalare i-t fi+" ++ +4 44 44 +4 ,:44 111 44 44 4V 44 :,4* : ** ** 11: i. 11

.I there is: reason to expect[ that cotton rice, taxes. I 1 1I1 +
quite firm. -- -- -
and indigo not to mention will +
sugar grow IAnt of Letter
The New York llrruld gives the net reccipti CLOAKS, ULSTERS, SHAWLS and FLANNELS.
here as well as in any part of the globe. The Remaining in the Post-Ofllce Fernandina
of cotton .since :September J. 18SO, at
from that have visited
planters Carolina Nassau! county Fla., February 3, 1881. Persons ,
Florida, since it came into our possession, the various ports below, as follows : calling for these letters must uIHr.I MIM-II l>t>|iarliiM-iil Is COMPLETE; : IN EVEUY; : !UESPECT.:

are of opinion that it is much titter for the Jalveston; I .............................. 4W,3f: bales nay I' ( Our IIm'THJ'J'T: ( : : SALE: commenced on the 1st of this month. Over 5UO
New Orleans......................... 955.X70 bales tised.Uostxvick. '
production of rice even than South-Caro Mobile...,............................... k1i,3fjl:: i bales Willie Hricker, UonnrdCallett different designs Ilf HriiNKt'lM"" mill 001 C'UrIW' are now ollcrcd l at

Savannah' ...... ........................ f lina.The great pt'culiarityamid indeed the principal Charleston' ............................_ 4ll,3! W: bale [;ra\', John llubbanf Richard STRICTLY NORTHERN PRICES.
Wilmington i ............. .............. 1M..W1 bales Jenki mi+" Ellis: King) Martha
difficulty, attending the cultivation of Norfolk.............................;.... 5::,!::1.S17: bales King, Elvira: McKane[ Jefferson NICE: 1I1tIlJol EI.-; I'AUPirrS from 75 vt*. upwanU to 81.10.
rice in a proper (climate arises from the necessity Baltimore.................... ......... :21.Ml bales I llol.iii.Hon! Peter M. H. Seavy, ,AncilTyler WOOl.II'I'1'S<< : 'from i5 <>|M. to pl.35.!

of laying the ground when it issown : New york...........'.................... l'Ci.I'' '<'IIJ bales I Win. Williams, Herry !HALF-WOOL CAUPI-rrs from so i-lx. "1'.
under water ut two stated in-riod-. It I tost! i m................................... 8.i,5K!) hales Watson Curling Williams. J. W Intent'! design\ i of FANCY MATTINdH. JJe>t gradrnof 11'bhteund'herktil.
Providence............................. H,4ll hales William'*, Sandy Window NluulcN made to order-material in ull colors (In ordering kimply
mifr-t: that nut m.iny situations can Philadelphia.............. .......... 2'I: ,$IJ: }bales IIKLII Flllt a"'TAOy. htntecohiraiiddimen-sion.\ CORNICES: MADE: TO OUDEU.: FINE: I..VCE<<: : CUUTA1NS(' ,

have this command) of water ; but from the City and West Point............... llil.5Jli! bales Hrother. :\. York Emma: 1 H.Hughe of new designs.Kill .
numlierof river in Fl-,ridi, and tin nature Brunswick...................... "M" 470 bales Harper ISn-.kuxille, Kla. 31 J. ; .\. lln-tcd I. (HOH'''', all colors and oiiulitlcH (two t<, six button.. ).
of thecmutry, which to a level Portltoval............................. :aV-77) bales *, 111. : A large lot of URt'SHELS: -MATH, OWO.t.'J'S and I CUUMH/ / CLOTHS, 1IUIUDERINJ
approach Hraidcntown.
Pcnsacola............ .................. H.W7' bales ti1N4.1'. HII...}:..... P. M.\ I FOIL ( 'AtI.\ .,,:...
without being Ii'l. it !i' I'a"y to discern that Indianola..................... ......... 1-.lljJ bales --- fff llotfl mid llotiriUnu-IIoiisf t rice'i 4>rM will (find our price exceed.
the streams of water can be guided moru at --- 11Idr; reasonable and elccton! Kran.l. HIEin'IN| : PILLOW-CA.SINO. TAULE: DAM

pleasure, than if the inequalities of the ur- Total................................:i.Hiin."I1! ; bales liuHtOfllceotlcc. ASKS (white and (colored l ]DOYLIF.S: NAPKINS CUASHF-S: GLASS! LINENS: in
i (M) A.: to IJ.($) '. .
tffire I/nurt-From $; M. M ,
face were greater. It I is now iH'lieved that the crop will reach large varieties.l'orsels
Money[ Order* and Registered: U-ttcrs from TI Silk lIuiiillierflilfrM designs
I I.JUM-H, Nllk <-H, at
Florida i is in the same latitude with Bengal the enormous aggregate of ttw;, $\i sMl i hal l +. $;(MJ A. ..I. to 1:00 r. )<. : and from 2.00 r. M. very tvinublu\ fi.wr'K.F.'HSnTm.: ,.

and China, where rice grows in greater I ------ to 3:30: r. >t. Sunday: from lOu'JO: to 1I:3O: A. .' .: CHINTX and UEl'l-S.: : : FANCY JoII':[ $, OI II' ami FUINUK( :

.-::.;1 plenty than any where cl.e in the world ; I Iunl Went Florida Ulcers( : M. and :3.3M:: to 1:30:: i'. M.tRKIVtl TO 31A'I'Cll.[
when the variety of rivuletsand Tllt'au'al1'e: ti Vt"U'ut.tI t tlieIulfriglmtccn
swamps I AV/A/r/i J'lilrri" daily at 10'i:: < A. M. CLOAKINdS.[ JJEAVERS.INDIES' : : .
watcr-yidc hindare c m"j.I'n..l.n'lIIa)' j miles wept. of Cedar Key and i is navigableto : Cl 1.1 e* .. 3.IXHM.; : and JIJSSES1: 1'rXDEUVIiSTS[) : : flze and grades from" .'+
give cr lit lo what a very knowing anmlcm- tII: a\ ill t'. Apart from the attractions ,';'mJI.'r"4 J/lJil-\rrin'll 3:3o: p. M.Clout $!.I$1 I. .\1161' a lut IIf milt FLANNEL; UXDF.USHIUTrt: Cur l4udie's-fnegnulr.

inent planter of Carolina fays, who ha. 1 lwon which in song has made this rh'eroC I jsvuliar I 10.($) A. M.
ST. Muni'niH'l Tr"lill; J/w- irOur Gents' Furnishing Goods is Complete in Every Respect.-:
up the river St. John's as high tlake interest the Suwancv river Is: one of |IIIJltitin-I .
.Arrive Tuewday* ami Friday at 2:1): r. M.j I,
re that'the, country from; that lake t.iMr. beauty. 'Its changing; and graceful outlines j ('1.._ Monday. undThtirIay ut M.do; A. u. !II U hUIHiLlt| for nil to inention tverv arliclo we have for Kile, but every [iniHgln

Roll-. 45 miles In' length: will in his I huLt.'tI.lt'lJ'n{ Mope of a well-wooded original 4.". )/'l., (It.. ,J.-- able article usually kept( in a FI UST-CI..\S.S liltiOOltS KSTAUL1SHMENT: : : U

opinion )yield. much rice a. i U produce! in m growth: of magnificent timbered 1 land, Arrive. Monday andThnn-lay* ut W A. n. found in our House.ir .

; all South Carolina. II makes i it' a more wildly picturcwjue river I ..* 'fUl1llaan.1 W."Ir..I.1).IIItIl.IS.1t.IIa! Friday( )'.* at ut1Al.!2-:*"> A I*.. M W.i ,. > *|ierlal tit(ration puld to Orders and ('orreHi>"ondenre.Cull .

Where the *>il) ail climate- pn jT f,r than any within our State. Steamers make i t I'ImiMgs Tue'smhays, Wilne I > I Uyt(, or addrcwt

rice there N no 'rain In the world yirlds) toO 1 regular trip from CwLir Key and persons .. Friday and Saturday at :::30 r. M.SAMU 'I"U'JIH'I'T" ni.vimrr: : .v CO.,

much profit to a planter who visit the Guilt cua-t for pleasure should 'I T. RII.DELL, 1' .M. Cf-Om Jorner of.llay and line t-'trc4't>>.

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..Yor/.sr ritost W.fSlIl\01'O..Y.: marvelously well. As fur the soldier";*, how:-I ([i iiu: A i, i>i K ICJT: <>ic v. I IIIU:" .\III rtifSTY.Minify I Collector nf Jlct'f.1l1tet.1f.. Warring: Mad

arc they to be taught their duty( when their ( ,T"it/f-A. J. Whitlock City Point.Clerk lon:'! .strortil\Iatl-1
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THE COMIX(; I'AOEAKT: CHEAP: HOAni IX WASttIXOTOX reflect! for most of their. chief. has! been Eulfed; Males Odlcor -.\. A. :Stewart: Titusville. |I. Jwcmr of! r(.rra-111).11 .1 :

-BUOQEST1OS8 TO VISITOKs. destroyed, mill when III their eyes, France I I.AXD OKFICI:, ouxKsvru.n.liryhtrr : :. Aftrwir rif 1/"II-J./ I 1). Stewart, Titusville.fJutlcrturtif i I on. MAXATin; COfXTi.rish. : .
To the+ Editor of the Mirror -L. A. I'.arnes, Olll1u'I'llIc.J'riwJ"hll lereue-C. M. Platt, Lake Jcspup I
has been .
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the rnnate
replaced by republicAl rahalll ) (
:. Ji.[ C ,
F. i Rollins: (Jainesville.Surrcyortlcncrul / Orange: / County.fiijirriili'iitli'Ht (:,randy ,1/111Ijc-J.
1 \CAS1itNOTON,1). C., .January. lowing for the atitl-Itcpublicani) of thewriter's -L. H. Ball; Tallahassee.DISTRICT iif'tiihwl*-Alexander: Tin- Cfl'rk-toh: 'rl H. Irillit h, :\lauatee.,5'hrrifrCnm. .
Preparations for the { dull I Lake View. C'. Ilayutan. fine Levcl..I..oesxre .
inaugural Ftc on the sentiment", there is: without doubt : )
CofUT.Jiuljf I I'arr.h, 1'ar-
: F. ,
fourth of March are fast! approaching much that I is CLAY COf.NTV.Ontnfy 1 f' 1i.r's-\\1II.
COm true in M.[ dc ((1usMagmmac's9otnewimat -Thomas Settle I 1 .lack snnvj1Ic.
( plctlori, and Its spectacular( festive features passionate language. J/,,,. ,,, -J. II. 1 Durkce, Jacksonville. Jurfyr{ -Vfm. Peeler, (!recta CoveSprings. Collector. of J"I'IIIIC-Marion: (("I.I Carlton I,

have been fully arranged. An unusually Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksoii\illc. l.frrk-O. A. Imddington Jrccn Cove fine 1.\'l'I. .

.l large number of visitors is expected at I built me a vessel long ngo, INTERNAL HKVKXt'K.: : Springs./ / ,"'ul>I'rilllJf"II,1/ ,SrkooCdix! J.J sward! 1,

the capital, bent not only on witnessing theI' And I ,fitted it out like the galleys of old ; Olf"'rfor-lJcnnli) : Kagnn, Jacksonville.rori.Kcroi II'l'riJr-J\lIII's: ( DeWitt) (:teen C'ove. Pine belch .
It's sails were as white as the fresh-fallen Springs.AwMiir':: M \I1IOX
j inaugural ceremonies but .< OK
also' on seeing the : CUSTOMS
snow, nf Ttt.ren-Win. <:IJIIWltr, Kingslcy.CollrHor : I .1< "'/('-J. M.[ Mclntosh.Ocala.[
r city, its animate and inanimate lions and li And its John \\ Howell, Fernandina.Kdward Oealn.Sheriff .
bows were resplendent with crimson f icinine'm.. :S.; Plummer, ( irrk-11.11'. Long: '-..
onesses. and gold.! : Hopkins, Jacksonville.John Maxville.NniicrinlcHilcnt[ ; 1\ D.) Pooscr!< Ocala.

i I It may be of interest to some of your read. Its bulwarks and tall were, firm, and its masts strong J. M 1. F.Currie House, Cedar, St. Key.Augustine. :Middlclmrg.t t.i fif .'0'1'1",1.-)1. 1'. (tiger, I'lant.,1.<, "W of Titjrct-Thomas Jtarco, Cotton

era to know about hotel and boarding-home: And n I gay-colored:; 't )pennon on high was roi.t'Mnu rorxTY.ai Collector of fierrnac-Prcdcric/ I 1 k N. 1uycal ,

accommodations Washington, nnd I will spread ; Stair O 111<'<'! *. >ntyrti .j write briefly on this subject. in their interest 'The beauty of Youth lent a charm to it all, KXKC'L'TIVK: DKI'AUTMEST.: Clerk-John Viny.nnt, Jr., Lake City. S"jll'r1I1"/I"Cllf .1rlundm-Iil: l'. Martin[ ,
And an image of Hope was its Irouclligure. -J.! \\'. Lake ( 'itv.laxesenr Fort McCoy.
-the readers, not the hotels and board O'I//lllr-\\'III. n. liloxham Tallahassee. Mrrijjr: Perry,
t head.! .MOXUOi: COfXTY.County .
f .1iJ'clIW.( livers: : Lake City.
::1 1 ing-bouses. Comfortable and respectable Lieulenrt/-llorernor-Livingston\ \ } ; \ C'tilli-cfnr \of' 1i/.rt'-Th./ \\'. (iet/.cii: Lake Jnlt/c-(.'has. J. llaron, Key "'e-t.:
l board and lodging can be had here at $1 per I launched: it one morn in the spring; of the el, Tallahassee.tifcrctnry!' City. ('fl'l'k-JIII1 1 Pitcher. Key \\ <, t.

'I clay, at various boarding-houses and !some year, of Sltllc-.TollII I,. Crawford, Tallahassee. ."iIlIWI"iliI'/l/lt/> ,.(/,'>iit.i-JuliuiPotsdamer i .'.,,('rW'-Iil'l1ul',1/ : Curry, heyVest..
When the breezes were low and. the sun Lake of 7'iuw; -\\'muter Maloney[ Jr.,
: few hotels. The hotels that furnish board ( City. Iur'asm
/ )bcam(were bright ; 'onrlteollrr11'. I D. 1 tames, Tallahassee.Trrasurrr : "
I and lodgings at $1 per day are, of course, not And I, in the pride of my youth, Had no four -Henry A. l.'EnuITulIaha: rv.\i. corsTY.Cwuitif : Kl''c Collector; t t. ff /'I'f'cII"r--\'alkt': C. Maloney,

k lirst-class! but, for those who are compelled Of the strength of the waves or the gloom( of I II ifHry-eiicrnl-icorge( : 1'. Uatiey: TallaUinHiHihnir sonville.Cfrk/ Jiutye William A. McLean, Jack Jr., Key West.:
the night. m asyl'c. '
i to economize, a comfortable !bed and wholesome So I dreamed of the riches my galley would ( food can be !had for that price. No bring Tallahassee.Xitiiriiitniilriit. =Ifriah I!''wden.\ Jacksonville. t t. ,
city.of its population basso and such From the lands where no }bark had been of I'ntiHf Inslrurtlun-l; F.. K. A .*rx"r uf Titres-I)Daniel 1'. Smith. Jack x.\ -:C.\I' iiifXTY.:
I ever before ; Foster!< '1'mdlalmnssee.Irl sonville. OIlIIl'y.I"/I'--lIilltllll, ; J. Uaker, Fenian-
good boarding-houses as Washington.: A Hut the summer pawed!< by and spring,: wore ul.ofrcrnl.1.1'onge'l'allaha'sec: : O"f"'I"I' it'rrtur-llcnry' [ A. L/Eagle, diua.
large majority of the government employes round to spring, OIllI11.i)1/rr! iif ]11I111iVl'llli'mHr.. Seth Jacksonville.Kiijierntrii:. CM.'-(C. W. Ma[ t French Jacksonville.\ /
I live in I ou: 'ding-houses, and many of them And my vessel returned, not, alas, to the !
sell Jacksonville.it[ : "I. ,:,.11.I'II1-WIII. 11. (i.irland, Fernaiiiliiia. : -
; have rooms, which can be secured forashort Sfl'KKME: 1 : COfllT. ,
i .
\ ) cofNTY.
,.f, time by transient visitors at n price of not At Icn tholle dark autumn it came back tome .lsxurutel l'hirllustieeIi I"'icrJ.'l': r. liuulall.iaCksonville.: : County ,hi t.byr-ilcury[ J. Stewart, Jasper./ Collector of Hcrvnue Warren 1't Scott.. Fer
+ att, jr.1'allahinssee. j .
; more than one dollar day for bed and nandina.Siiierlntcinlciit
j )per ('leek-11:,iivrt, S. Stewart, Jasper.
board. It will be impossible, in the space of Hut its masts t were all broken, its bows werebare A*. ncir ,II/.lirc-It. 11. \Valkenburg, tihrm'ijl-Imurs(. Duncan) Jasper.Afxemiiir 1 'n miiuhani oaf'.ticliuols-\1'.1. Milhoncy,

this letter to give the exact location of these ; Jacksonville.Clerk / 'f.J'I'II-J.. T. Cooper Ancruni.
j Its 1 bulwarks OK\Xii-: COf.NTV.Cniiiifif .
covered with the
were growthof -(,'. II. Foster, Tallahassee.riUCTIT Collector of Hercnite. 1'. It. Coodhread,I,
places, and for those who desire to come: to the sea, lienton.\ Col'umbia County.tfiijterintcmlcitt Jmlyr! -It. Summerlin:; Orlando

the citl\lId yet feel it necessary to practice And the figure of Hope no longer was there; JflKiKS.I'tfi / of....'r/wos-Joshua! H.[ 1 Ilnberts ( 'lerk-.I. 1'. Hugbey: Orlando.
it will bo well to write to While it brought luc for freight but the drift .t CVirAugustus/ ]::. Maxwell, Pen- .\1I'rlllll. Sheriff Thomas W: :Shine> Fort Hl' .1.
economy of the wave, sacola. .1....,'....",- rl' Ta.rr.,,-John C. llrysoii, Haw,
friend/ or acquaintance, who will meet them The sea-fomuu and weeds that had lain in it tocHiul Circ"it-Davill) S. "'uiker'fullaintssec. IiniXAMN COfNTY.Cwintii kirmoyillek '
at the station and direct'them to such placesas long. //lffvc-'. L. Frierson, Ilrook iSl/rrtor'iPllrrrurm-Nut.: 1" > 'ntz, Orlando.

are well-known to every resident of Wash And I mournfully !sighed as I gazed on the Third! Cirl'"U-R J. \'ltnnndiso11.. ville.[ criite'nilent of: School*-John T. Hecks
grave Mirth 'irc"it-H. Archibald, Jackson ( lerk-J. (C'. Law. Ilrooksville.Sheriff )Fort I Reid.:
ington. It will be difllcult to procure cheap Of the dreams that were bright when Life'sheartbeat vine =J.] Mickler.\\ I 1 Ilrooksville.Ascur TAYI.OU COfXTY.

accommodation long in advance, for the was strong. Fifth; Cimit-.Jallll'8 It. Dawkins, (:iainesvillo. I of 7'rrxrr--\1'. M. ( uu'rsun.: Ilrooks ( 'Coiinti/Jinl'/c, ; D. N. Cox, Perry.

reason that those! who have furnished rooms ____.n _.. vii h'. .';'lsrriir'I1)uiIasOstccn/ Perry.
to let arc anxious to rent them for n longer XV J\.tI'rUS'III'II''''. Sirl" Crritit-] l. Mitchell, Tlllllpl1.of'I'CII1lt Collector of Heroine M. Townsciid. Clerk John )i1. Faulker. Perry.Superintendent .
Circuit-\\'. Archer Jocke, Sanord.Calendar. Hrooksville.Xiiicrtiitendi'itt. ....dwol.-E. Vann .
: --- - -- -- of : Perry.County
time than will be wanted
they by transient of 8.lto'I/-lIr. S. :Stringer,
I $I() n'w..rtl Treasurer' -1I.uttonI'l.rr:: )'.
;J visitors, and will not he willing to risk the "'lIIlle given fir !proof to convict the one Court llrooksvillc. f'",uuli.Grrregnr-1). N. (Cox, Perry.

.: f J possible loss of rental for a longer period by who destroyed the ngn board on the 1-mile Tllllil. rllilTIT.tfjiriiiil mum IIIM.slloUoC/ COl'XTY. ( il",'I'lor i f'jlei'cnne' -.hilii\/ C. Calhoun

I : }prcvngaging\ them for the brief interval of post near the railroad shops.W. ; TermTaylor ('aunty.huiyr-1i[. I.. (Cmne, Tampa. Perry.Arxttiuirof.
V. SCOTT, Clerk Wm. C. Tare; *-Wm. H. Parker Perry.
the inauguration. If the weather shall be 2d Mond.iv ill April.MadNmi lirnlvn'I'munpa.: ,
Road Commissioner, Fernandiua ]Disf.ftolircto j ( .'?il Monday !in April.! Xltcrfly.((, \ Isaac (Craft Tampa.A ST. JOIIX'S COf.NTY.County "
,: } fine, the number of visitors will, doubtless, --- Hamilton: Itli Monday( ; in April.Siiwaimcc A ..,';..",. of TajrfK-li. (t i. Leslie, Tampa. [
1 It.: ( St.
; j be large, but I understand that the military Ltlsi" Ta\ -n'rs. :; 1st Monday[ after1th Monday ( ',,,/,,<-t 'r of ItrrniiieW.. I'. J Juris Tampa.tfiijicrhitciulcitt I tine. Cooper : Angus-

: I organizations, which, it is said, will aggregate I will visit! the ..following places at the in April.' of ,ghoul.-1L L. Crane, Clerk-Hartolo F'. Oliveros, :St.: Augustine.
25.000lien/ will into temporary encampment time stated! below for the )purpose of receiving Columbia, iM: Monday after Ith Monday Tampa.' .4hrriJ1-.1. N. I'lI'dll.t.nntlilll':; ; :: .
go .
the :State; and taxes assessed for in .uEri imsoN.iuuhJniyr.1.Chitncr.
(county ) Awminr" ,," Tajrm David) L. Ilumhamt) fit..Iugustime. t.
and will not trench Upon the the year 1880 : Lafayette:;,,1 I Monday 1 after 4th Monday[ in ( ( Monticello.Sler ; :

quajtcrs of civilians, and, I have no doubt, Odom's Hranch............Monday. Feb. 14 1HS1 April.) $() W.: 7.. llailey! Montieello.Clerk I Collector of lleccniie-Joseph F. Llambias: / : ,
ti there will bo ample accommodation for all King's 1..t.rn..Tul.eolel/l\, 15 Jill: TermTaylor -\\'. II. Lamar, :Monticello.Sniirrliitcnilciit I St. Augustine.SujMriiitemlciit.
I Dunn's Creek.......Wednesday HS IIHlggllIghnthun :Monday in October.Madison of: Sc/w"f.-J., II. Christie, ; of Schools-Thomas .\. 1'a-
who will come. Washington hotels arc numerous ..;..:Thursday 1"llrandy : ( :5d Monday: ,' in October Monticcllo.C'l'iinly cetti, St. Augustine.Sf.MTiU.
and good, and those who are able to Ilrancli...... ...Friday IS Hamilton, 4thlonlay in October.; 71'C(1.turrr-\\.1.. Si Simmons:
i pay higher prices will, doubtless, go tothuin. Callahan...................Saturday In!) :Su: wan nee, Monday alterilia Monday[ Moiiticello.Collector: I. : I'OfXTY.
Hart's Uoad.............Monday lit in October. of {tetanic-Joseph Palmer, Mon ('uru.ly.hmdye-licnry'asskly:; Leesburg.
There to be lull (in cabinet
seems n prog -. C Columbia after Ith Clerk-Thomas..1.) Ivey LI'I'lollllr .
Coneville, (mmrn.1'ucMday) :22 2dtMftrrtlay Mondayin ticello.Aturuor. ,,
{ nostication.I'e arc so close upon the time Bal : pf acuratc knowledge that political prophets Amelia, (evening)..Wednesday 2:1!: latftyeltc.GIOnday; after 4th :MondayinOctober. of Tufcn-Joseph Hutchinson,

are not so much disposed to risk: theirguesses I will be at my office in Fi'rnaudina on \FAYKTTi: : COUNTY.inrdgdsmolgei'.1 Leesburg,
'1'urdays'l'hursdaym4, and Saturdays, when FOUiTil CIUCUIT. Collector of Iem'enuc-Johtm AV. Dyehes,
( Dixon) New .
us they were a month J Jt is said Troy.Sheriff ) .
I ago. not on a collecting tour in the country, until .Sp.illil;"ru+- ,}. J. Johnson, New Troy. Leesburg.SiijMrintrinlrnt'
Mr. Garfield. will come to the city week after March[ 1, at which time my books will be :St.; 'John's./ ::1 Gl'l'iiesdaym' March. Clerk-1 low'ell Hawkins New Troy.! Ij'8d"/IIf-1I. H. Duncan) ,

next; and then, doubtless, there will be n. closed, IIwllllll'rll\'I'I.t\ )' on which the taxes Clay-lilt Tuesday in March.Ura'dford [ Scrntc>nlciitofXi-hoolii-J. C. Kamsey: New Lake iritlin.

boisterous: ; revival of political gossip. remain advertised.W. !. 1st Tuesday in l'rll.1Ilkl'r Troy.Count. HfWAXXEE COfXTY.
F. SCOTT, Collector. Tuesday! !' : in ..\lnl.) !i/ Tr/'fl".rr-.J. J. Painter, New Troy. (',JIlyI'U/ :-Michael: A. Clouts, : Live
Fernandina; February 5th, 1K81.\ Nassau, :'Id Tuesday in April.Duval Collector of Jiertiiitc Newton Sapp, New Oak. ,
t' .
-- -- :;d Tuesday'in, Jlay.Fall [ Trll\'. Clerk-Robert: A. Reid, Live Oak. .
the Klitar f/th,Y Mirror : eFROM FISH( [ !SCALE:, c: Term- A.trtiir: of Trines11'. Cuttrell, New Sheriff John I It.: Sessions: :: Live! (Oak.) ,
PAIUS.FU'AXCE. January 18, 1881. we :St..luitn'y; / :Tuesday in September.Clay Troy.' Astoxor of 7ira'rs-\\'. 11. Sessions! : : "'cl.
\tj )[. Paul do Cassagnac, in the columns of Q '0 .. ,aW+r+, 4th Tuesday September.:: .. I.I-.OX: rofNTV.: boru.Collector.
(fy 4 .Id/1. Uradfonl.. 1st! Tuesday in October'.1Maker OJ/lII/f.lIl"ilr-1/ H. C. Itippev: l Tallahassee.Shirty of: lleveinie-1 Robert: F. Allison. (
draws attention the influence
m. the Pays to growing M m pill Tuesday! I : in October.Xa TaIlahasl'l'C. Live Oak.
:/ A. Moseley" ('.
; of politics on promotion and appointments c r ':sau, Id Tuesday in October. Clerk- A. P.ryan. Tallahassee.Sufiei : :/lII/'ri/l//I'I.1 Sdmul.-J.. (O. C. Jones,
I s :< and in strong terms censures a .-.. Duval) :Tuesday in \O'lIIhl'r.nnll ';Inteiiileiit of School*-Henry N. Fclkel, Live Oak.

I which it cannot be denied,is beginning 1'iitcriT.ttjirimj Tallahassee.Treitnttrcr vot.fsu corxTv.County .
system, : hj SEA 1IEAN.SEA SHELL, \ .
f _* 7rrnrSummlcr -- -J. L. Ih'Immilh', Tallahas" ('. Juilyf Vrvil. I 1. LaPenotiere En
to show itself to considerable extent ,
: a !
; in :March. Collector of I lrreuuel'caree' Talla
: Monday! \ terprise.
'in the army, and to a lesser degree in the 1'AiNUT, ALL1UATOU: : I'll. Marion, Monday;; in March. hassee.Afcfiir. (7rrkJuhuI'. J'iLUins' Enterprise.:

navy of France. )[. do Cassagnac remarks: Also FEATHER: FANS AXI FEATHER Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Monday inInrdl. of Tuxf*-11. .\. :Shine; Tallahas ....,,,.,.i.O'-W.:( .\. Cone, Knterprise.:
"The disorganization Is becoming more and ) !see. Jw./r: of 1iU'I'II-Hl'nj.1I11111\ Richardson: ,
FLOWERS: OHA m'TH'KS: :; Levy, :3d Monday after 4th Monday[ in IKVY: rorxTY. Enterprise.! .
appalling, and.without mentioningtho SEA SHELLS: 1'1': ('. March.[ n'lIl1ly./llflI"-\\'. II. Sebring, Hronson; Collector of /:(' ' le Cissey trial, we have before our eyes other Putnam/ 1st: Tuesduyal'ter 1st Monday[ C'leik-J. M. Itarco, Itronson. Jjind.SnjMrintcmlent.
made order.
For sale and to
I examples, which accumulate and which are March. Sheriff-\\'. l D. Finlayson. lironson.AKxcxni.r of -/iwfe James I r. Chan) -
precipitating the decadence of the French 'I'. ,, AXNLUV: Fall 1irm- .' of 1irclI-.1. M. Willis: lironson.Collector dler, Enterprise.WAKl'LLV.
10 Centre St., bet.! Second and Third. :Sumter; Ith :Monday( (in October.! of 1e't'I'IIII-Julan C. Mcdrew( ; ,
army. A few deputies{ have questioned" the -. ----- ..- - -. ----- ------ Marion, 1st Monday[ after Ith Monday[ in UriMison.Sitjieriiitciidoit l COfXTY.
minister of war a'mto the command of a division 1'oit SAM: October. of Sclioul*-J IS. F. Shands, ,(r'hrrsJl1'.11.I'milker:"""'!/I.l/1'/-\\ 1)llval- ('rawfonlvi'lle.

.Alachua :.Id \[\Lm.lay'after MondayinOctober. lironson. Crawfordville.
given to General Miribcl, who is ( 'f"f-Nat. I R.: Walker
t Ug.QmAIH.l': lIm'HI': CONTAIN'IXO MM'I.-HX" lorXTY. ,
j 1'l'l'rluhe'with havtmgbecueommnectetlwith .11.. five rooms with Closets: front Piazza, Levy, l..t Monday after Himouday in County Jttilyc-It. :\[. \I'itherspoouadi: f"rl\nt, >C'rawforllvi11l'e'tU.findeut of'.S d'fI/III-John L. Craw-
1 the ministry of May Kith. General Miri largo Yard, Orange, Lemon toad llanana November.Putnam. ('
bet is. known to be one of the most: distinguished : Trees. Centrally located mod title, etc. :2d Tuesday after 1st: MondayinDecember. son.Sheriff-'F. II. Willard Madison. nlll'.aids 7rrnsurTr-\I'1'. lIu\Il.> Crawford-

For further particulars: inquire at this Clerk John \1. "
and brilliant generals in the French Hcggs Madi''mSufrrlnlcndcul ( ilkrlur '11tTl'III1e-W. "
army. Hut these qualities henceforth: to ollice. .J"tf< t>KVK: >TII C.J1tct'IT.Sjll'I / of ,..dwofll-I'::. :S.; Tyner, jrllnlll' Walker. Craw.
-- Ttrm \ladis'ti.Cuu ..
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have no value, and, for the future, neither Xotit' of rinal I'root..NuOnicE.Sr4R1NIVILLE *. VoiuMa{ lot: Monday in May.llrevard ly T"'fIallrl'f:4.: Smith, Madison.Ciriti f"r.lnlll'IIIIIIr 'f T'"r-'w-( I 1I\OrIotl'r: : Craw-

tactics nor strategy, but polities will bo demanded : :, FI.V.. :I'd Monday in May.
14th 1M1.t..TOTU'I' OrangeGllundav:: in May.Dade .
I of those by whom our soldiers are January '-"C
;\ : is hereby given that the followJ :Monday )in June.Full .
commanded. H Turenne, (Vmde1, Luxembourg ::.). ... ; :'
_> lug namtHl settler has tiled! notice of his 7'alll- 4Xmfi&\-\ -' I:
i pr H nul'urtlW'fl' to return and oiler intention to make final proof in sumiort of Volusia.: lt Monday in :November.llrevard / C v vir" -/
4 1 their swords to France, they would be disilaiufuUy his claim anti that said proof will be made Monday in November.

rejected, because these reactionaries before 11. J. Uaker, Judge; Nassau County, Orange, 3d Monday in November.D.ide ::2w
Fla.. at Fernandina/ Fla.. on 1omti I.Ft.h. -d: Monday( in Dwembcr.
' would refuse to wear the Phrygian t.r.p ruary 2Sth! 1SS1\ >'iz.: : STEPHEN: D.) KIRKIjAN'D rqcJ

ur the Carmagnole stars Again, there is Admiral Homestead No. 2: for the W. 4 of ('oouly Olllccry..14tcmt't .
( Clone1,, whose dismissal asked for by N. E.: 1 and 11'.1 ot'J.:; .:.1ce. 4, '1'. :. N. of ('I'ST\ LL.I

The It. 2U E.He Jml'te Juniu-. ianluer, f ; Monsieur( Lavieille. Itepublieau depu names the following witnesses: to 1'1'0"0hi" Cell/Illy -- 5 11 (r THE ONIG.Q

Y lit'sbesiegetime ministers of marineand war: continuous resilience and cultivation ville.ntrt '
upon -J. A. CarlMe.! (;iaincsvillo.Sheriff g: : LUNG PAD
f_ they are masters, they command, they bear of, said land 1 iz.: Julia1'. Crews of John "'. Turner, Gainesville.At .
t : the burden of their hatreds and vengeance, Callahan, Fla.; l>ham K. Crews, of Calla- mtr if Tuftt-J. \1. Dell, iuine>\'illc.iWectaruf C FO 1R'DE MARS' t*
ban, Fla.; I.'wix1'. lIij..1illhothalll.l'.II.\ Ut'I't"IIIIt'-H.I'! Thoma, Gaines: .
f nnd blow up u general or an admiral with as Fla. and JI ..hul1l'n'ws. of Callahan f'nu>; RY t )tITION[
lahan, ; / ville.XHjHriiitfiukHt. : yoi'ie it.v (' K.A: << in: IN.tTCRE'e.S1'
great ease as a simple !IrrllfC'hlJlllpdre or a I'la. uf 'hflul-O. A. Myers( disease of the Kidneys, bladder .
letter-carrier. M. do Martimprey is spocteil t SK-it' 1.. A. HARNES: Register.OEICC tiaiuesville. and Urinary Organs, by wearing 'thejreKinXKY 4 > ISIASIS: : ,

of not being a fanatical admirer of II\ICFK: (ol'XTV. i JjJj TIIIIOAT ISIASIS: :
I \ of rinal I'rouf. (tuudyJulte-Jnu. Jt: Herndon.Sauderson.:: l'Jo\'m[ : :( lX: (.1..OIt;( ..t'. ,
the republic and his dismissal: is asked:! for. Rrcul4lug 'l'ronblc.
L.\: ll O..It.tT U! vixf>vii.i-:, VL\, Clerk-F.'J. focus. :Sanderson.tihffiff : ,
Thus it Is that rancorous, passionate, inexor- January 5th, lvl."XJOTICK J. Williams, S.nulerson.:: ) : PAD.It It Ii I i'.i IN'1'U the
able politics penetrate into the ranks of our is hereby given that the following .'**<**,)r f. Ttuf* 1':. li. Uogerson Sauders.nm. ugcntx mmml healing mmolaclnl SVstCyim euratie
Ua MAltVKL: of : s.
to 80W disunion, discord and\ dis !> named settler has tiled notice of his HHVI.IXO :111.11aI.nr :- It 1)11.111': I'RUM time
. soldiers of tWof Ur'c'IIIIt-Ulc-htnt Kvnnwly : SIMPLE.: SKXSIULK: : :, IJlm) :( r. diseamed harts tam. f" ,
intention to make final proof in support -/ that au de I'f
e tire
Ill short time the ;army will no long- 1'\1 I.I''H: and i'OWFKFl'L.: (
trust. It ville. ,
made fh
r his ,claim and that wail proof will !In- Darby tm :umd! tc'aifto it,
er belong France; it will be the army eta b ore J. A. JilwanN, Clerk Circuit l'uurt..ut Huj>triitteuiltHlo/trhwl) .-\\'. O. Hampton.Olustee. all vl v fails. A UKVKLAT4OX: : and I virtues.0t' .
ItKVOI.rTJoX: ) \
in Mcdicinv.! [
Abs4.rptionortlircct CAUK : :
J11 victorious coteruetalriumpbantfitctlontimearmy 1 eruandina Fla.. mi Wednesday. February [ meilieatitiii, I I III'I.iFI'EIAND ( fidF11.;
ft ami not of all .\nil\ how is !', ISHI, VU 1 : JAMES l: ; U LOX U, HomesteadNo. BR-\i>roKt t'''rxTV. as oppoM-d to un atl"I Itium'I.lblc ar until !
!" inttrnul ; vu
tt 1:. HkhaI'\II'ru\'itll'n.'l'. factory luetlU-iiu-s. :Send for our cdaei'wy lave' tritrl this
( JtlIJt-J.
170-V for I.t I No. I of$cr ion 1, in Township CuHiitu I uiqlitrl'aurl sea
such tonight: and fur whatcoun- I i'lert Heiirv F. York, Lulu Itutlcr..sAiry treatifon Kidney tnmblt! sent fre.. Sold: i.11)It'.iLLl) 11'
: an army :2, North of Range) :.N i E.: He name* the 1'la f 1'.11. l.enmerlt ,
y van you expect it to die? What will follow ing witnesses to prove his euiitinuou W. \\'. Tuinblin. Sturke..l < by dni.ir!:>U. or sent 1 by mail on jitvipt 'fprice | 1)1.1 by Irt1btA
try laml .' 'ulir uf T u<*--.\. J. McKinney, Lake TWO [101.1.1:0"IIJn.) *-.* or scut b
i when it is known that the bloodshells nidenefui" !i. and eultlvato11uf.aitt[ i tclptot prier, f\I'i } Oltrh'rut
Jai, happen the viz.: Alfreil Maker of IVnundina.! <\.; Hutler.lUMttr. Time -(NLv" Lrxu PAH ('u.. Ikll.l.ll
1 nut for France .but only-fur republic Samuel l't.uuf IVrnaudiua. Fla.; John D. uf ttnrtmt. vtnl.Ct\ iu', lake Williams Hl>Hk! : "OzLY" Lt'N.; l'.u, Co

t i ? In 1870, perhaps wo \ 'l'l'WI1Uhllg Low, of Fernandina. Fla.; and \\ m. >\'M- killer.. Detroit Mich. Williams Bb;k, .
.clever I generals and Jn engines; of war. bUllit Fernandina.: Fla. ."uf>frtutu""' Tlil"< U the original; and genuine Kidney r', t')) t fur te 1hun ,and Iour1lKLud.
in had toUlcw who fought: $-tot 1... A. UAUNI2S K'c ''&; :oter. htrJ\, '. Pad. Ask for it and take! no other. tH thnrIilGwhs a fear." nle1.
but, at leuet, we fur. Gi.

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1''Clllzl'rN. Tin: 1-1.(J It Ill.t LlGISL.ITtllt/:. le. ol"rfl" l>y the, Senate, the .1.. r1lb1ICIIIICllr- To change. the }boundary line I between the ter Jwynn, trl'ilr'r. and ntlirr*. '
-. rill!', That the following rec-ommeiulations! counties of :Mnnntce: and :Monroe. The following hills were indefinitely post- I
X. ROR41DN-A SOX, TIIC WORK UNK: HY OVU SK\.\TO1M ,\"" KEI, are made to the trustees t of the Internal Improvement fly Mr. ft''ldlm-\Ilclllhly bill Nn. 82 :: P1)11(5! :
1U'"XT.\TI\"I04 T\ll.\ll\,+Ki: :. Fund! : To provide more cfloetlvo pnni-hment for :Senate: bill No. :3U.1'sculhlybillsNos.47: ,
Fir!'!t. The terms of entry of land! such carrying dangerous: or deadly weapons concealed 75, 77, 82, 80.
I Commission Hoichants.CHARLESTON l. i I not to exceed hundred and about the .
The I'l'ticccdtntiA of the Sc IJ('t r. entry one sixtyacrc person.lly I,
', should he so fix.III"I to allow any \l Ir. 'fippin-A** bill No. 80 :: TI'I.lllay 27.. "
:-; \tnw.\, January hill 22. person\ or person, who intend in good faith, I For'tlio, better! protection of logs) The following were introlu'I'l :
[ :: S. (I'., Mr. I'ryun he; illlrolhl'I..11'llalc: No. to enter for agricultural purpo-c* or the cultivation fly o1 r. Morgan-A semhly hill No. SI I :: lly Mr.I Tolh'rt-\.*l'llIh1' n. 110To : p
(lI.i To the relief lit'
: entitled UIIII'r"r of fruits, any of the lands held by For'the\ relief of J. \\'. DcAVilt 1> sheriff f regulate proct-eding!
tONFINlNd( themselves strictly 10 their Caroline June", of :Suwanee. county. said trustees: to make \paj: 'incut therefor in Clay county.lly hill(( incases ofpe-aco Wlrrlll I'l'f'rljlltll'llflhl.
line of I hii-lnc'SK, it'spoctftilly: \ sl,lh'it I emisignmenK The committee on privilege' and elections! three instalments! ; that hI" to siy, one-third Mr. );In'l1n. of Orange'-Assembly billNo. fly Mr. \\'ilk IOI-\!<*1 No. I Ill :
I reported Lee the l'a"'l' of t J. ( Jreeloy i'*. J. E-: of the \base-money in cash 1I\101l1.1I11'\\ ', :87 : For t the re-licf ol Henry J. Parru- To i'ollll'l children to 1t'I1II mhh'Ji*dll"I+.

from Du\al county, rccoinmcndiiifj' one-third in two year, and the remainingthird more, also of the widow of 1>S.'W.:: Tucker. I lllr'lli-\ : ) hill No. 112 :
----- --- -- -- that the ea I.I'e' dNmiicd, and that l.eo isentitlcil
In three" year, alter the date of entry. The following' bill, were passed' : : For the prevention ofslander.Uy .
1: I.':: Ik '1' 1 Si I g, I: It S. :: to the -eat. .\.I0. (''tl"1. Second.:: No deed for land, *o entered toisue Assembly bill No. 2(1(I : For the relief of Mr. McMeekln: ":<('llhh'! hill No

------------ The joint resolution n'king an appropriation i until it shall appear' that the taxes: lay: C. Horn and other 11To: ;: incorporate the 1'loiid.i'CommercialCompany. (
from ('OIl ;I'I':<" to survey and( open theSuwanee vv hie h may: have accrued( and been 11-t"'I'!' I'lltll'J'PIIII Assembly: : hill No. :31 : For the rl'1il'l'of .
This business hi4 been trade : I riv i r from I its mouth( to Illlaville, 'liwl' 1 Daniel> Mo'riison Hill
; our\ special 1111'ha'l' hoeo'n!! fully paid ; Jr. :
former twenty years: and we have endeavored '- l-'la., at .the, mouth of the Withlacooiheo, and.I in ease there should 11l' :1 failure in meeting Assembly hill No. :'STi: ; : To authorize the :-: Ia"I.I:1'111' hil No. !t ; To p dctii iom ie-
to furuisli our planting friend* a PFIMJ: l was paoo: {' I. ) :several: pa.vmciit. as tll'\' iepoetivclvbecome ) I circuit court of this :St.ito: to convict nnd l in { for I Il 111111) Is77, | s7'i;!u ,
ARTICLE! :, and their continued \patron.i/c: : i i.* Ax-emhly: hill No. :291:t : For the protectionof duo, there shall he a t tortVittireof; all sentence criminals In certain macs' and Ipproll'lltoll I

our best: llll"I I.III\.lIt. "'1' are prepared to sheep, 1\11.1011".1' !stork was pasxod.: sums \paid: the entry cancelled' and inch ,\oI'lIIhlhill: No. M : To define'I the Senate:: hill No. 'H : To amend. section I
ill( orders! fur' till Undid* fertilizers, together The tnl; lotting hills were inset.lssenlbly : : land rostoted to market and subject to entry I buund.tr.v! lint between! \Loon and, Jeffersoncounties' of an r.ct entitled, ; act in I'llalloltl attain
with our Cotton and Corn Fertilizer and hill No. M l : Togive cont'urrentjimsdiaiou and 1 side.l'llird. : I :-illlll bond*, approved March 7, 1 77.Assembly .

Compound Acid I'ho Ihatl', to the courts of' Walton and That the terms ,.t'i uiliy, a* epresc :\- .Assemhl bill! No. i ti.l; I.; To authorize Irvin bill No. I.; : 1.01 the nli.f of
J. N, R01ISON; \ :( ; SOX: ll liinaton; : counties over t'ie waters olClioetawhatchie 1'.1 I be made Jones mill-dam\ .I Fivd.-rhk, S' .
; it : \ above, fully : known at the to erect a nor is* Sampnnrivercrcek fax collector of Mm inn'
hal'lIah.till '. 1"0)
CO Charleston, S. C. \ time of thf! :M.tmc: and to institute" conditions \: and I to hack: water on certainsvvampand : I c
.. ... .\.:-:( l ;\o.i;;i : Tor, (lie l'I.lid'of 1'hn.I'II"'lIth : of the entry. Referee: l (the special I !! ..\'t'I'IIn\.II\.I, *. I Assembly'; bill Xo. 2.'J: ; To grant ,1. M r M.Millan II
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: "e--- committee on internal improvement*. Assembly "il0.; 1 1)111.1 Not t.) and Senatebill the right of way through itii.t', .
an'LID .t <<'OS :-,'11:11): lult ;No t'I! : 'l'i etnp' o ivvor the governor '- lly Mr SpciT:Senate: hill} No. :8t'; '1'.. Xo': :I I1'1:! tmlelinitt'ly 1'-11"11"1' : I :Mate land, to trgltt'l!; : : j n, :

I treasurer" 11111l'f"lltI'lIlIl'r\ \ to burrowmoney amend MM tiun* :'JO and :121, tli.mkrTI' Ltws II I the etvok : 11'alt i< .i i. ..i
..'................ .......,.,...i.................. n"nnI...... Ii State/ purpose*. of Florida.Senate! MO\I> VY, 21. lit : klll\ll! 1:1t BUI"'II
.1111'\ 1:1'llhll
Seti'ite: !hill. 511..4Tilt: the protection of : 1 hill No._ :2t! ::1'11!' !Ili" Itlitt'of A. I Hill introduee-d : .\.llh1. .: inrorpot! .i j
hi :n.\
1 _;:i. t" U'R'IJ.IZ'I: i diildnu. McMetkinemlilv t hill No. ss ; .
\ :'tlm'l'01"1'111'0"' Ll'PIt1111111.." vv.tspased.Ill : : Hy tilt : Orange, ), ,. and Atlnni! "

....:.. ......y... ...... .................... ......'...... ........:.... ti"'r S'litu.-hill( h""tllI. \ti;No.<9l: -*!1r'r 41 I : .1'or:-Hid. the otheti.e'Ii''t'of"! "'al. I'\t''tltil't' "-,, : kilt, tlii I r 11.>l5'tll c'\'lili,'- i I To secure the :sal;' dl'I"I"\: ( 1011\1: and. road: Company.Assembly\ .
mtition < wore niadc' : Tholll.'lildll.lJ; to be : of value ': 1\' tml'I'I*. hill No. 5J : To" t i
:o enate I'il; No. j Ait'iiofii'.iiiy: lir ill'll slictiu'" : and I ll!" nS, HOCM: '"i to he cleik) of 1:1'11 Mr. TookeAsemhly: (, No. 8U!) : ToIlwil,1 1"1 injury to iutluuds..lssctnhly i : 111'\1'
1TII:; E IU.VTriimXC : pniiii'i, .htI"! the t'il't'Itit'utll't! 'for UaiNdi-n: : count ; (tiers! I 1111111 for; the establishment of two lull) No. Itt : To prevent !L'
:Senate; lull! No; 1 J8 ToI"It..t otlleet' in
{ : \ F. 1'altA'll! to In con uty jndpV: fn- ,;:ksun: soulinaticsol'learning. al'proyed.Innu.try 21.Ilil. I. ling, hiring bartering' lending of gum t tminms .
the. '1Iti"1I0 k 1I1 I .
; I'.tLI.'JAIuENS-It) being 1'\< / \proce1 'to' .
county ; ]JI. 1Hlotlnl he county judge, 1 ttndorsixtct'u'cnrsoutage, m to \I'I\
J_ tint only] : perfect plant 1 fuud, hilt will I'he f,1I'ill'1"1'| : tmleihiilely j>ost- tSlepluii.l. Platte: tube elcik of tliciiicuit; h P.y Mr. Mooie-Ass,'mbly hill No. !tool* \ : To sons of un.:ound minll"; ;, ('('1'1111 i .
1 keep all ill*('('I:* at :a ns'ertl'uI< distance. panedSenate' : ('nllrtlllld C. I'. Jresham t to bo' shcrill'of I dm ling, nnd to pl'\'iI'li'r.; ho pun other dangerous, weapon. 111'1111'
For sale in hill No.2; :!, regulate the 111'1'1114ill.t Irl'\I'lIt
anv quantity largo) or -uiill! J'olk county. the snnlc.fly .
and country orders' delivered' FREE: : : mi ; nt'physil'ian'uui. : : !} "'-:itwoniho; praelieuof III. Tllhl'lt--\: I'IItlv bill No. Ill) : FIII'.Iallll"y, -'s 1
boats ur cars. Vegetable TRY: IT. '. irj.etv o 1I.I..h-Idl'h'l.. Tut' labor.Senate The .
\ grower ii-mw, January :27.! Regulating following hill wore :
Cl'l.I) ,V: (0.. As-emhly lull,, So.. 1 12:! I'o 1'l'&1I1att: the The 1 following hill* VNcro introduccii, : : hi No. 1To:\ : i ttllleud Chapter lly 1thi.irc1'u--.lssorltblyloilhNo,111( : : For

Gl;t :;iu s w. H.IY't.: ., Jacksonville. I ri.i. hringin lot'sIiit'< ii\, i uttrriool, I women.Senate Ity Mr. Thompon-:Senate: hill No. I'\.i' : 31(>o), Ilwsuf Flul'ila. in relation to pilolagWI \ the- 'rl.1 il'of Thomas Kill*: 1
._._ ._ :; hill ;No. :21:! ; Totthe teliei'ot'A.Movlev. ,
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To amend subdivision section: 11 of an il.lt 1"slpoIII"1 1.)1 r. lligham-Assembly bill No. 11/5/ .
: :-1I1'l'ilr..f Leotlenllllty'. act for I the asse's-ment and eolle-etion\ of revenue ) )'anof 11I1'"hl'I..1 a resolution To IIX retail dealers selling i or merchandise
)Wallace introdtfed( hill No.t'7;
: approved' March: 7, I 1S7;'t<>. that I !joint l'olllith'l! (. to I at public\ outcry at priceand -*,
II. J. li1e1t.I4I1 I:,() To tahlMi i.atU.In .
prntoo \ P.y Mr I Doll-Senate:: bill No. Ml I : For thetclicf make an investigatiun: into tl Illall'r of not lo'tlt' highest kidder
executive the conlirmations
-vioii, following \ of I:1'1'\'unll'011Jltr: and fur other pur"lyMr. charters' herctofoie! granted 1\11'. fly Mr. 1olil) IISI'llIhl1,1! No. Ill ,
vveie made : canal to ascertain what companies : I
I'' companies': I.11 .
1.'oltl fl'IHIIlirtli.
Anthony II. Hrovvnvvcll.1 county jll.I.;I'. Nihl.ii: 'k-:Senate: hill No. S7 : Tontithoiie have failed to comply with .sev
215 .PEARL: : :STREET: : : XKW: YIK() : Holmes[ county ; Thom.iH II. Pitman cluk' C..11.( MeKinnry to erect alllll1l1l1d crab acts incorporating Ihl'l. and lie several I
circuit I [ James .\. l'O1'fll..lIt ro'i'i or
court Holmecounty" TIII STATUS
Santa: of the
toll bridire across I the : IV river. general acts of incorporation ; i
Newton.+si's''or oft 1.1 i\ex, Holme" '* county ; ron i'Jtistin\T, i.v.so.Careful .
]Ih'; Mr. Mi'CUllan-Senate bill No. 88 : I'iall'. .
:Manufacturers: oftCIII'JIIC'AI Keden: \ K. Williamcollector of tcvcnue.Holme Isolating to Illl'llulil'-ilf-III'J'il1ioJ: i and I clerks revision of the returns 1'101 all
] :*county ; I not. bieritlllolnms: : \ df the until to ouil.sin the :State.IJy : 'lUII..rllilar :2.!">. the states, obtained hy ('orl'\- II'II.kll'n with
county ; I'amon:: IkinandtherilV, :St.Johiii'cotinty : )h. II'Killllllll-Hl'lIall' bill X" 87:1'11: The following bi were ,, : the best' sources!! of information, enables us

; M. 1.1'0"1'1'1": county jndo, bo entitled: an act for the relief of the estates 11 Ir. lier-\! l'llIhly Itil : !8)2) : To\ to lay hl'lir. the r'u.krl of the' .s'nw cornet
:: riitTIMlltS.TKKI: : .-+- St. Johns county II. P. Olivcro, elcik lir- of C. U. Lent*. P. 15. HI'o1aJuhll McDou- facilitate timber table of the! of the t'nitcdStates
('(lit court, :St. John eolltlty'daiinll: ( ;i. 11'1111"\11'1111011 f IOJ"\11.1 lolllar"Ie
; gall and William: I'ailcy.Ih'lls by the :-trcal nav fur '\* I \ bl'l" IS80. The
Carlton, collector' of revenue, Manatee: : passed : i igable.IJyMrt. total vole of the countiy was !1 lLl>!)l,7H!) ,
county ; F. Forward, clerk circuit court, Senate bill Nobf: : Kelating to the inter- I SIo'er-.1sst'Inloly bill Xo. 93! : Toprovide \ follow :

RZti Putnam 1'IIIIIal1ll'O\lnl: ci uu'y\ '. ; Thomas :sh.illy, herilVf' man iage of white) persons with pcrxons: of acliaplain/ for the lunatic asylum.: James .\. ( iarlicld 1, Itepuhlieilu1,137: ,'.$37I.|

.I w -------. : color.Senate. fly :\11'. WilhllllS of IlradfordAssembly: WinllcldH.' 11111'.wk. Iclllol.rut..I.III.I\I :!|:!
OIL\N C I: -t,! MONDVY L'l.! : hill No. CO' : To amend\ the 2d, 21)Ill: :) bill Non Ill I : Hl""lirll{ { wl.lowIllp{,h' for; .JallH I II.! "' 'I\l'r. Crl..lIhuck.! ....... : ) ,( ;I

Senate hill No. Hi; '1'" incoiporate, January: : the ;>.">th., :"illli; Mh and, OSth !'.tions of an act dower d.iys.after iiialilvingasadministrator Neal Dow, l.rollhllul1.............. Ulitleatleriug I

-1 -- : ,- Walton Co),pl'ralh'l'tol': i.ttiou No. l'i'2: :!, of relating to proceedings' ) ; before justices: of the :\ or executor. ....................... .. ..... 1,7'j1:!
hill No.
peace and judgment of jit-tiics' courts, approved '- fly Mr. l'lunuucr-Asstutloly O.:
;;1" JI.\X (TlUt) Patron of Hu-handry, v\as pa-M-d.: : February :U7? 187". For the rl.l of Philip L. Crogrove.lly !),20N,7U1Iinncook's |
______iII The t following hills were iotrooluecolby : Senate bilj\ No. M'\ : For the relief of \\.T. ) Hllhhl"oloclbh': bill Xo. !HI! : !
Mr. L\'kex Sinatel'ill: : I No, 71 : Amending over ( d'J.-J2,: :
'. of of the CarlllJ.
ld'IIlldot' Holmes! (count Regulating the jurisdiction:\ )justices 111.1'1)
and supplement: to tin :a-'t to punilitrcjiass The total In 187
In I'M'elltln' bcssiou: the following confirmations in poll'.1 Ir'slll'lIt
. A :Most :Superior Article, under our own upon\ public land. and to provide were madi : peace:Mr.d'illits.lIy Atwembly bill Nu.117!> : To I by, the states as was I : and the
fur appointment of timhcr agents: anddefining ..1:11111'11.1. Itaker; judge Fourth Judicial fmnish the attorne-y-generarM ollice with hln'u"I'I is 7IJt5.Thu ) .

Special Formula. \ their powers and duties, approved Circuit ; (iojrgc A. Patton, collector! of supreme court reports.lly vote of the !lnt'1 for (iarfleld, Hancock -

March u, 1M77.UyMr. revenue! for Franklin: ('lilt uty ; Joseph .\. t1 Ir. llevill of :Minuter-Assembly bill! and Weaver Is I! \'/:
:: hill No. (III!!) To ,
,, )1t'KIII'11I11': : Atkin, clerk circuit! court for 1'rluiklintoothily No. '.H ; Kelating to actions at loll1111(1 toaiithorie -- -
amend an act to grant certain lands to the \ ; John Fisher, J.J.: \ 1'aney, PatrickNeully lurril.1ull'l to l1''ulo bondsand KTVTKM. { OlrlklllIIHII'k''I'r.''I .
Tampa.' Peace l'rl'l.k.t.:1.:: Johns !flyer: l Uailru.'id I I
commissioners Franklin) actions.
: of pilotage; undertakings tuch 1
'0 III pa II y. No. To Alabama .= WJ.17H; ,,! 1.;i "1,012':!
COMPLETE MANURES county ; William A ( tiles, county judgeWaku'lla -, lly :Mr. Miller-Assembly W f.1
]5y \t r. Thomp on-:Senate; hill No. 70: To county ; 11'. C Bird, clerk circuit provide\ for the registration li and Arkansas....... |, 11,001; |tsn! 1.0711!
amend an lid appuitiuning the :State into coitit, ..Jl'lrl.'I'SIIII'"I\llt\, ; Christie, county holding election*, and the .I'dol'l California......! 80iis: >80l2j'I ( :j.,::))2:!
Congressional: I di-triit*, approved February I judge ; 'f.Il.Sinlpkins! : sherill' Jefferson laws in relation thereto. f'll'II Colorldll..1! 27.1.-0),; :.? ,( '' 1,135:
Fun EnuF.u: [ ('1:111', l4. 1S74. county. .The following bills were pals.1tl'lIIhh' : : ( .0111.(11.11... 07,07J; ) :! (II, I17''!, 80S;

In executive esiun, the following: confirmations -- bill No. 11.I : 'l prevent llh-tal. Ilawart.......' I 11.150' I, 15,18:1'! : .....
were m.ule : I'ltinvY, January :2!$. voting, in tlds State- ........; :2'til?: 27,001' ....
Prepared on seientilic principles to supply N. -h.I\ll'Ii'I'I.: \ to he comity judge of :Thompson Introduceduprtitionof W.W. .Assembly!! hill :'t'J\: : To Icorgia .......' 1\.IL'( : 102.V.( :!:! .I.'I
Ksoamhia: county ; "'. J. Dixon to he county \ Jle'ully, J. 1 13. Davis) : .I. )Mizell K. J. I Chaiitcr'liOlo: :1. Laws 11'1I.III'ctolli. { approved Illinois........ ::118,0:171: 277,::2I 'I.L-1( : /
the exact plant fund for each crop, s-u as judge of l l.al'ayctll'I'ollllly ; John It. .Session oiu, William 1.'. Davis, and one hundrednull February lt 1 1877.Assembly 01 Indiana. ....... :!:I.1:! I :.?:)/I:11 P..JtMi:! !
*, to he :shcrill'of Suwanee county.TTKXIHY \ citizens of Nassau No. IS To amend to Iowa ............ ) IC."II.:1:7:\:! :
r' to produce large yielder) acre. t'l'lItyJtlll'rs, county hil : an 1.t '
Kunsa 121..1201 .
:! !
that licene he increased. Protestant Church "' '
asking, the J liijiiur incoiporate I'plscopal '''' liW
January :2"! from ?l.r>o U> :flO, The following hills were introduced : The following bill were introduc'e-d. and I I8t.\!: Loiillana: : ...., ::1.lf: (tiIIO: ;: .....
'( \r.so HELKIIS IN lly )1 r. Mallory-:.senate; hill No. 7U:! : To referred : /Assembly bill No. X> : To provide for the MalmMaryland-.......... 1,0\1:\ \17I Itlly,

amend the 4th section of an act entitled JIIr.. :lclillcI'Ulle: bill No. 1M) : To $surrender municipal fl'ILlhlO1: by 11,111.7111 1' :$ ;,' MIS:1lassnrhusrlls
act concerning i the ollice of the clerk\ of the enlarge! the equity juiisdietion: \ of the circuit and towns. dt1 : : !!. JI( 111'JOO; I' 1,51 Is

l'ltnmUHlClTInm..\ II 0111t: 111 '_\ 1.4 : supreme court of .this :State, approved February courts of the :State of Florida.IJy :Senate: bill! No. :2'I'u! : encourage planting : Michigan....... 1M I' I::1.tl:: ) :UI.i
1 S. 11<<;U.My tlC .... \I.NII'(: (: ,': :1. '17
ti r.11cKinnun-ScnatehiII: No. HI : To of : !'! in the : ', and )11111.0111. la.I
)1 r. Nihlack Senate hill Xo. 73: : To distiller to license. to ; the* rights wll'rs othi.' ..... :U.I. ; ) r.7!0 7
compel' : pay' a 'protect \ '
SULl'IIATK: AMMOXIA. amend the 1-t: section of an act to procure fly )Ir. I'ullaill--I'llIIlo: bill No. 02:! : For Assembly bill lt: To aulhori/.e lly- MissouriNc'braska.. ...... :! ; :'I.WH', :L.OI1

the attendance! vitae:+- '!'! in ('rilllillllll'ro"l- the adoption of a child.\ ram minor of Columbia county! ....... l I.l!) 25,523, ::1,8.5t:
ACID l'IIOI'II.TJ'nmLTJ' *', ecution, approved' March 2, 1 Ih77. The following; hills: were passed' : to take'i''J dlrJ"I of and manage his estate Nevada........ 8,7:12: :! "iM'll; ....
lly 1 I \Ir.Sprer-enateboil: : LNo.71 : To enlarge Assembly billNo. H : Toamendan net l'lI- ( No. i'l: amend X. HampshireXcW { -.,, 11,8,2'111,71)1:! IX:!
the powers: of sheritls and justices of titled an act to incorporate the ProtestantKpicopal J. .S 'IIItIIil! I iwsof Florida. Il'clol Jersey.... J 120.JVWUWh') J/ 5 :.li
:\ : (01-' 1'OTASII: the peace in certain ca>c>s therein IHUlIl'l!. Church in the diocese) of Florida, ,1 dHI : : New York....' h'oi,511, .VJT'.ftU12I.2 ::\ :

fly Mr. McKinne-Scnate hill No. 75: To approved February 10. lS3s. WKI.NKWIIVV January :2? amend article second), section eleven, of 1111III.t .. ... ...... : 3IO.S.MlO.OIs I [ ( .. ;
:Sl'LPHATi I : 01. :'0)P,\. .. Assembly: bill No. :27? : For till! relief of The f"lIo\\'illr!il.t'I'U,Iltrlll\lc.I : '. :7l.111 .
{'lIlitll'.11I1I act for the a-e: :-\ ment trodcollt'cton Charles! ( iwynn, James 1:'I wood, JosephAcostaand fly I Ore-gun./ ...,.... 20,0111 205
Iarhr 1,1
of revenue, approved March M, John .Smith of Monroe' county. No.:1(5)( : the time of holding Peiiiisv'Ivania.. 411,701 '10.II:? : :20,01;
ITI'fI:0: :: \).\, 1870.lly! Assembly! : bill No. .10.: To define! I the boiinlary in the Seventh Judicial Circuit. Rhode Island.. J 18.10.V' i
)1 r. \\"lIlk'r--l'lIate:: hill No. 70<; : To line between thcioiintic* of Ll'OIlIIll,1 Ity 'l r.1'crry'--.ltiscnuhl a' bill No. 101 : For H. Carolina..... .Ho7i 112,212:! :! :? 5601'I'erllesscc107,7:111 i
amend= chapter HifM; ): (No. U.) approved' February : : !
Jellerson.Senate the relict of :\. I.. Randolph and W. .\. WI.lfil! f,11
: UMi
/ entitled, to for TexasVermont........., ,
1. iMi'.i! an art provide :: bill No. 7-'i: : To amend the first !Raw'Is. r''ul J"III : ..0.
the puui-hment of crime and lings ...... 18.IMI 1 1,212:! :!
section of an act entitled. aii act to procure' ily )((1'. JJryunt-Assembly 1I No. lug : .' III
srLPJIATi:: )1.\i! '>IA, in criminal rusts.by'1r.JI411orySenatelull: :\. the attendanc'e of itmSCM! in nimillall'ro-: Ri-giilatlng the ""llll of l'crllil county ollleers. I Virginia...... 83,01)!!:!! J:7.fi. WII !
[ :: l No. 77 : To ecutions.: approveil' Man'h 2, 177.'senate I 11'est Virginia.Wi 4(1,213( :! : .. )i !.I'I; !
repeal and l di b.>,lvi' municipal corporations:\ hill! No. 72 : 'I'/ amend I IIc fourth se-c- I By Mr. Reynolds-Assembly: bill No. |10:1: : 'ooiisin,...... I11,8117: iuotil.VJ.ri07' ; i.JI
Sir lolly lure (:iroun Iloiuur -. in certain raseA I MI N-uati* hill No. 7rt : iiiit! of an act entitled an act l'olll'l'rllill the I Prescribing Yducational ijtialilications fore --- --
To incorporate( lilies and towns, the barters illice of the clerk of the supreme court of tors. T..lul....... 1.1\7.1:\ 1.1'' 1.:111,11i: : :

of which may have becuIi"oh'l.1IIJIIIIl'r Iho this State, approved I'lbiuaryh, A. D. IWif.Mtbxtitute ;1. hill No. KM :
() circulars give full partienlai, and arc operation ,,('an act to repeal and -solve! for :Senate: bill No. 'a.1 : To 'I 1.)11' \\'lkll"'J-\-"l'lllhly> of raecs.It' I ali"11',niiijorily over. O.irlicld!ft\: \:

mailed free to all applicant' *. They contain con Miration- certain rust's.Its fluent xeition :2! of jit act entitled an not for )1 r. Harris--As-embly, Xo. Iii : To -//I/iJtlt)/11JIJ'Ilt
information that will he of service to thuebuviug 'l Ir. ('ril1--: I'llIIlcJiII! X II. iH!> : To in- the protection of purl, haibors, bays and establish a State II.lr.llf II'III. to provide

; or using Fertiltcers. ;3hitLANMETIIS c irporate I the Lake ('c'orge; Cemottry Associtiun. : : river of thiState. and. to repeal Chapter fur the 1'ilmli.J of 11l'ltl', al I 1'1 otherpurpose's. or .OV'Il. SIJ ;.(-
.. Alvi :Senate !bill No. Ml : To !incorporate 1'juo of the lands of Florida.In 1'S.

I the A-s I 1..11.Hiation.Asse'mbly (;ieotge. Fruit rowers'! midLibrary J executive i ..-'..ion, the following tutu tir- Jy! Mr.[ U.ll'\.l.llIhly bill) No. jmi : To The New York'uiM.'t\\ I of January :i.1-'I' h
< nations were made : better regulate liquor selling "u i.Ilt'/ III'lrl'lrll.II"WIIII -
: bill No. :31 : For the relief of Hubert Uulloik to he clerk of till circuit. ( | dlh'1., Assembly ;, under thehcndof Wil Hlr.L HI"II. IUP';

Daniel 1 Mum-on, was 116I,1JcI.; I court for Marion county ; 5.1' Marshal, to No. : the : of iahorcr One tiling i i.. ci-rtaln. however I 110 N
; !hill No. 57 For the relief of John 1.J ItIItlII'J
:hniate : lit county judge;, of Marion county Anson that llm "'ltlrIIWIII: Heahoard |w>rt-*
D-Mi/all, was indefinitely' i l'fI"tlHIOe J.Cruichtu-l .-i"uat!.! bill No. (ill : 1'11 legalize the town flllnirlulgalonjtobegivcii by 1.lolltiIT.II I hlilpj'in prints to Knroie.: | U'e hurt 1"'CI 1
;.:'overnutentof Orlando wa. passeil. out julh'l1 of drazgiug bur l.ruII'1(t'H' far OUT tliu ('('UI'
VillA SEEDSeBEST or the ,Anirmlilirtvtt Iludlllll'llllh""ul.,1 IJl'lurJ mil .
I tn'uev.Uy try hy 11.llln, of our tapituli! t stun.rliauce
uo etttnbatUb town,yoa lBBl Il'taxrjtttY. January :20: J1 r. J''ihltI-.h.wlhl)' li No.1(14): To ; f. i. fottal Card r maL for Cata.Drop Tin- following/ bills were introduced : BUY, January 2!. reH-al| (Chapter: I" of the l'lw6/f J"I"rid. ( .\1 of that will mean hrinjrliiK
Ingu a tndaPHc l Tli. du4aJ-'-.6McJ. I Uv :Mr. )1'KlllnulI-I'l1at bill No. 81 : The Tallowing' mi'iuorials and bills\ ; werentroduecd being an act to allow certain in gcncral into pruiiiinence the roads in the South-

LaVWLt.\1JUITl1tL' I'mtlrd Male* SOXS.t'mI..u>.L.I'.L I For'the relief unJ.. McDonald), of J Holme : merchandise to -c-ll "crt.I'al'r.lll drl t undmedieinis \\"f'rl t>y lt-iii, Hot Itt tl ('x 111' of (ticErect
>I lr. N.I-\ memorial to Coiigresuakuig <
county.IJy Hy without having I to ptva j>ccial Xorthuextcrn & J' now
I I tr. WiIlar.l--'t'lIuh' bill! N u. 82: : To for an appropriation fur clearing out license tux approved )lun.J 11, 1H7!>. lug, t'ur here t is hii'liu-s.'i eiHiuj-lt ru t'x"l.tf
I amend: ) an act fort1!:" collection of revenue and rendering navigable Oclockonee.Crookcd!
I I The &follow ing hills : I tin m. We certainly need all the railroads
C. \'. .\V1:n 1', approved) March 7, 1 7'J.UyMr. and New rivers. I Assembly bill No. 27 : lu3ll'l1 relief of I we are getting and I uidtr. mure 'cntraliidpivcrtdiix
:-ltarl'c--ellulc; :: bill No. t KJ' :! : To fly )1 r. .101.11'11III'Jllorial) for an Charles liw)'un. Janu-s J'I\I"II.:| | Joseph hodic'. so us to 1\ru thruJ1

constitute the e'JUllte.lIIlIIi..I'r.. of the lir'iriatiun' from Congress to clean( out UI'-// .\cu..ta and. John Smith, lulr.1 county.Aurtvmhly ratcn without liitditf, lit )> '
;r )ten'rall"lIlIlItit'li of this. :State the board of uake navigable! Peace creek, in South -' bill No. II To change thou net return>. It is I thus prusju-et of po>Hiveprojirtrity

_1\' public in-tructiun fur said counties.IJy d.i.J5v boundary line Itctuccn c-oimticK of Mana rather than any immetllalu lr.
i IVJ'UY: AND JJUAKDINIJ: I STAIILUS.J : Mr. Powers-Scuatejointnsolution: in Mr. :-I'L'er-.h"I"III.I: )' bill No). 7* : For I tec and Monroe tt "hugs (hut I is tuJtulnlllg the :ullWt."tl'r ftint >'
r I relation to the ,bale of the State lands the relief of maimed und indigent sailors\ gentile Xo. 2In: relation to thepuniihincni i of block*.
c.ImumXU: WAfiONS W rultE: \,;. It i it the duty of the U-gUlative: und tid.lierr., 1.1'rilt.und ml.sih'meanors.Assembly I
of the State [by all the legitimate 11 Ir. Holilt"on-hl l'llIlI bill!! No. K'J '
To and from Steamers: and Trains. {power Ily < ) : bill No. 52: To prevent wanton
mean and mca-iires coming within the 'fu provide the manne in which I TOH; inhU I injury> to atiimaU. and to ri-jK-al. Chapter' An fig deulor Xlr.h his 'Hull. OK UIl"'ulaling
CONTKACTS FOR HAULINO( KTC.; loCO I"" of its 1 owcr.,. to encourage immigration State may adopt) and make minors theirJJy IHlii cntithil all uc-t for the better | tl ct-'n, within tlt' last two
and 1 the settlement and cultivation ofthepubliclaniRthfrchv'promotingu Ia'lr.. Irlt'ttill uonthe.uuiurt.
roc X\LE : Jr all lllal" running at large, .
1 healthy Mr. McCrary--.lsscmbly! bill No. 8.'',: 27, UI'ITv-1 -
.. 1I0n l P:S J1'! <;UJIS: I1.\IXJ-: development t.! the lust interests! of the 'To proteit h" u"IOoCI.lr stuns of 111'l't'lI"11 ary:$: II71l'lIulc Xo. 17 : Concerning thecounty $ II. Irwin) of We Creek, Colfaxcoiintv.

CltTSXU WAOONS.jrirTKUMS ; :State- iiH-re-asiiig the revenue, und furthering I oer.-ullll.! site uf ( 1.1 county. New Mexico. Mjrj "Jf my wife

; C\SIl.: oiio of the great ainu und purposes contemplatctl Uy Mr. Tuoke--AwxiiibVWU h! Xo. fti : TO $ 'al.11,, &: : To euilsrwer| the guvtrnor wtull'lu1t'wlrk as: bha.) bltoulda4! licr; u>:c
.- IJ)' the act of 11'-' "), commonly ImtlltU'na in chancery in other rountiot than treasurer comptroller burrow ( .hc 'c year aluoitau'littothuuiagiu
OlH.'t\ SlaJIt.-l-'iflot) Street. near known ;(. the intcnul: improvement act ; the DUO in which the'action U brought. money fur Slate:purpssNi,. t inHuence of the 0.1' 'lun 1'lu1"I
P.room Si reet Wharf. 4<}ote re-fore, IJy }Ir. Whidden-As' H-mbly bill :;". j 81 : rH-imtebiUNo.4 J ; For the relief of 11 ul- I .4e .1,d", ,"





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THE FLORIDA MIRROR who has been appointed by,,the l'nitcwlEtates1)islrict :: ShtlplIm'ell'8.. There is a settlement ('aUt.tlIIIt'lia, !seven" I is full historical anti !social tradition Tho

.. .. -==-=-=- '=O.oO.1 --= -- Court to make the !sole. .I I The steamship Vnnni'Mct will sail: from miles from Fernandina, which has grown stately old\ mansion! built I of tabby walls

.If? ,. rJ.lu; ,,$1.00 rou SIX)I XTIlS. -The Norwegian bark! Knng Nnrrf, Captain Nn)* :au for Fernandin.i on the 11th Instant, amazingly timid Is in n prosperous! condition.! four feet thick anti four, stories high; contained

.-- A'scn: was cleared Thursday last by Mr.Win. arriving here on the Bolo, nnd !sailing for A pleasant: drive to Dr. Harrison's place: will twenty-one rooms, several of than {

Local Jlcflectlons.Warmer Lawtey for Juccnstown for orders, New York on the 14th. repay the visitor Below Fernandina I is Old nu'asuringthirtyseven by twelll '-tllr(, feet

:f i weather-I is promised with 101,000 fe>t pitch pine! lumber 101 I The 1l1m'llllp Wrxlrrn Texas sails from Town which ins founded ,by, the Spaniardsin which for !several generations: : had, been the

sticks of cellar, 890!) barrels of rosin, and Ion! I New York for Nassau: via Fernandina on the KilL;: :! (Over three hundred :squareriggedvessels !scene princely hospitalities\ is now in ruin

' There is still a scarcity of wood. barrels!'! spirits' of turpentine Vnluo of cargo, llth.. nod is expected here on the 1 1.lth inst. : rode nt anchor in the harbor duringthe -the walls" crumbling; away' and the Ivy;)

i I Preaching nt nil our churches to-morrow. $1.830.' I The steamship: Carniittrlrt sailing from war of 1812' when the town was Spanish'' clustering on the sides. The handsome'! :

The !steam-yacht: Martha has been soil to .--- Fcrnandina: to New York on Monday, February and neutral Fort Clinch I is built on the grounds and avenues in front, with the long

\ !i A. B. Noycs. The Steamer rioi'liJa 14th, will take the! place of the steamship northeast point of the harbor amid commands walls of tabby enclosing! the gardens: in the

j Amelia Lodge A. Y. M. is in a Is making her t trips with regularity and !bringing HVfffcni TCJCH.I, whose regular sailing a fine view for miles out at sea. rear, wheret races of the orange and oleander,

'1 t t condition. prospcrmis a large number of passengers.! The :Sea Island day i is Friday, the 18th, for New York. -- -.--- the silver-leaved olive groves, the Afric.au

,.I KOI i to appears to be the! favorite one n Our Merchant. paint trees'!, the curious century plant, and
t Jacksonville is now called the Saratoga this year. Excursion to Oranue Lake.On .
innumerable amid costly flowers peeping
_. rare
:, of the South." Next I IEightyseven --- -- Wednesday. next, the DIll, tv special Mr. II. DOTTEUFU: who deals exclusively "-
bear evidence that neither
The Steamer 11. 11. Plant, out here nnd there,
train will leave Fernandina nt of cluck! In fine groceries, enjoy confidence
}6 \ passengers by Western Texas Of the Cumberland Route, continues to bring, a. wealth our labor, directed( by;) a cultivatedtaste
of nil livers lie is careful and
for ,good ever
from New York last trip. m Orange: Lake on the Peninsular Rail
I western spared in theirdesgn! and completion. -
a was
gr'ot many people into our ,State. :
faithful in securing nothing but such'! articled -
road. Persons
who have not visited this ins )
1. 1 We have not heard of the meeting of the The Cumberland Route is the shortest and : : :Some: \ !six hundred, orange trees and
{, tore/,tiiig section of country should' not fail that will Mittuin his reputation
musical club this season. quickest route to Florida from the West and eighteen hundred olives still remain, Jig
:Mr. (I. S'
the confectioner is
to do so on Wednesday, us un opportunitywill 'r.\II" kept unusually -
Southwest t trecsarenumcrousandvery large the cofice a
"There is I land that I Is better thnn this ,
1: n _. ..----.- -- bo afforded[ them to, visit: the largest: )hu y. It i is a treat to go into his
New Itunpqhlre-Yes it is Florida.Persons tree, the varnish, the palm, the magnolia h
: store and what numberless
Steamer David Clark groves: around
to he
IllllllulIIl'granale lire seen
: complain that exorbitant charges I The steamer Dni'nl Char arrived on Saturday will he, fur the round trip, $.">. A special provides! for our people.
ruins The. drives I that are in the eleven
are made: by the Express Company. I from Savannah, with quite a good train will leave Jacksonville( for Haldwln ntN The Citrfart: now occupied by; Messrs. open

: Wednesday last was IIgrtJll1111 ho,;" day.., freight, consisting: in part of throe hundred\ la. m. on same day, and connect with the MODK Hitrw |I.s filled l with dry-goods, clothIng chanting lI\'l'1I111'llInI'I'alltil'lIll1n,1 one believes! himself the tire realms so en-!'

and the sun did not show his face. barrels rosin: bought at Savannah I by, }1r. excursion: : train for Orange Lake. Returning etc., and no one need fear but nil wants; !

i We have had some delightful and some William Lawtey, of this city, shipment to I ) reach Jacksonville: at 0 p.' III. in their line of business! : run ho :supplied' by III' fairy l General land.Nathaniel'rhisprnpcrty: Greene\ was, of once the revolution ownedby

j Very cold weather the past week Europe. (ti'177<;. after wlll' dcath, Mr. Nightingale
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Military.The )II'< Axr.r.t, A Fninxn
: >I' i. : : : enjoy a good
Ducks in to be Amelia LlnM-ttn\tne.. n descendant( \ of OC11l'raOre'I1\ (', became -
large quantities are seen \ Nassau Light Artillery meets ) :\ : '.
; every and from appearances\ : it would seem
nlongour ninny rivers and creeks The material for enlarging; nnd improving: Tuesday: nt their! :armory on Third street, they; have just t as much us they can attend the owner and it.a" occupied by the

We trust that the government will make Amelia Light-House has )been received( by near: ('ell t tl'. to. Nightingale: family\ until after the war. It

l'crnnndin.1: n weather !signal station. the steamer We trrn Texas. ,r{' understand The Fernantlhu Light Infantry have regular The curiosity store' of C.MTVIN Kiso: I iswell is now owned by ( icueralV.. G. )1. Davis,
that the changes to he made will be to whose it is to make it his home alHI.
greatlystrengthen meetings first Monday in each. purpose
.. The temperance people in the legislature every patronized ,by all who come to Florida I
the !structure and Improve the month, and ,lri1lloII.laYR: and Fridays} : ut restore it to its former beauty. In the little
: ore working up the license question. and invest t in curiosities, a full !supply of
tight graveyard is buried General Robert E. Lee's
their gin Centre street.
armory which he has always! on hand D.
Parties who have to travel our
county father the Lee
Fernandina a'asxauLlne. Are our military I going to make Preparation } Messrs.! J. & T. Kydd, in addition to their cclehrateuiLightIlorseHarry .r
roads condition.
'i. are complaining of their of 177< There is interest which pervades
to celebrate Washington's birthday ? > an s
The CaromMct retail in
steamship Captain Heck, department dry-goods, arc prepared
.1 i When docs the Nassau Agricultural Society Our military companies have received, invitations the whole place, nnd. no one should visit this 1
arrived ut this purt on Sunday morning 1/& at nil times to fill orders from country: merchants !
.1 to for the next exhibition portion of the without seeing Dungcness. -
propose arrange to participate! in the inauguration country .
route for Nassau. She sailed the someday! in } nt the lowest! prices.! The good name
) ? parade Washington! on the 4th proximo.The Continuing up Cumberland riverwe .
the afternoon with the following passengers: which this firm bears, and which it justlyilcserves
The attention of the police Is directed to the prize for the best drilled infantry soon reach High Point of Cumberland, e
Mrs. Chanibcrlin, Mrs. S. Sweet, Kev.. E.: gives the assurance to all who entrust
firing of pistols on Saturday night near the nt the State Fair was awarded to which is n seaside\ resort for the people of 1
Millcrick, Kcv. J. I'. Ryan, Mr. Boynton, orders to them that they; will be
railroad office. the Fernandina: Light Infantry Company.: Middle Georgia, and well patronized in the J j
; Mr J. W. Turtle, Rev J. Roberts, Mrs. promptly and satisfactorily'! filled.
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nnd summer.Ve St. Andrews
New in the and Paine Mrs. Wilbur Mrs. Snowden Miss -- The established and well-known soon cross -
'Jf; plants are:being put vases : long !
The Capacity of fur Saw Mtlla.
sound and sail into 1 creek where
In the the to beautify Hubbard J. H.KIndfy S. R. house of A. H. NOYIS of this well Jekyl ,
planted ;ynrdjof; Egmont, Mattock.Susan : city, so
The capacity of the various sawmills located
f \ are to be ,seen immense numbers of ducks)
\ the surroundings. McCormack, Gco. Callahan and wife, Mr. and 1 favorably known in this section of ;
on the! line of the Atlantic, Gulf; itWest but hastening reach Brunswick
Will not some 9110 build a few neat cottages Thompson, Sidney Sweet, Jas. 1'. Urccnpcb : India Transit and Peninsular: Railroads : Florida, is having a good trade this season place of attractions on, we und facilities and, a

I to accommodate those who are homeless der, Henry Rice, J.1'.. liundington, FrankCorn The two brothers of this firm arc well many ,
1 : per annum, i i""* as follows : here take the Macon & Brunswick Railroad

; and houseless among us? well, Henry Reed,. Mrs Carter, Miss: Lynch's.! at HII ttOIl's......... ..............Ii.1:! iIJ.Ot'O' adapted: to their business! and we arc glad to train for Macon distant two hundred and
f Carter, Miss ]fullAlex: Frcar, Mrs.: Cook; A: l Eagcr's, at Brandy.. Hranch... .tiI.UUtJ:' < lion, i5ie, iiiv successful.: ,
t The old wreck in Amelia river Is
tin ungainly Alex Frear, S. P. Coapengcr, Oco. 1'" Randolph : Me'lenny'sat( Maxville...... ...........Ilin.noll<; : ; '> We have !seen no shoe store In the State twenty-six miles! from Fernandina, the ;

1 I sight, ; The owner should either remove ) )f r. Henderson and wife, Rev. E.Uridgc :. HnrrinV.. Lawtey! ............ ...........0.2ioiro: I wlli.'!" -an equal that of :\lr..T. II. PKI! ,> or destroy It. Temple's\ : at Temples' Mill:*............ ;!).-,,lKHi Southwest into :and out of Florida. ".
t Rev. J. Jenkins, Miss Henderson: I'. Cook iV Son, at Highlands\ ........ ......9! ,:;'.)i,0W) ( ( in our city. The :stock i is the very best and j

i The steamers from Pcnsacolato! Cedar Key : Henderson, \\ H, Ewing and wife, Charles Finger's! nt Waldo\ .... ......... .........:'.lII."OO:; ) ( the attention! given to customers cannot be The Weather. '{

1 ore bringing good freights for the Fcrnan- Lamar, O. H. Perkins: Mrs. Henry Reed, Knight's, at Waldo............... .........o.vnoooCamps' ,. I excelled. His husncs| is rapidly increasing. LOCVL t
Peninsular Railroad: ..........,.(!.'.iMtoooGos.s'.at ( ,' I OII-.KKVATIOXS.
1 t ding and, Jacksonville merchants. Miss \ '
Cornduir: Mrs. Clapperton. II. Vo.ss Mr. ( II. "beside! handa
: Fairbanks........................;i.llio.uooDarhv's. |: i llfor : keeping on FKRXAXOIXV.: FIA.., February 4, 1881. 'It
1 The Fcrnandinu sanitary board is busily E. F. Erwing, F. H. Hubbell. Miss (,'. II. : at !i-milc>:\ Post......,..... .......4i;:Ct> .ono lu': ._supply of groceries, etc., far his! customers :
e engaged opening ditches and otherwise Smith.Of Finger's, at Yulee...... ...... ...... ........'_'..">Ol' illln I, : (' II! tin Ill'.- to run his !sa\v-mill: under -- --------- I 1881.-- --- '

draining the southwestern portion of the these passengers seventeen were from Itigat), (Gainesville.................. ..... :2,.*>o.oonTaylor's I the mans:! :' 'an'nt of Sir I'M.:, Roux, nnd !iseoiftanth a I v;
lit.Arredondo......... .........2tm:! IJ 1.000| Day.Saturday. .: Iii ..: g ,
city. New York, the other twenty-seven in number 1)01..1..)"'::4. ut 11.1!tOil \.ill(.......... .........4.M,0'( !) '"> :: making: ;( large: i shipments lumber _._ ti !- _:__I_.. _- _.__ '.,
Good fishing near 1'ern1l11tinn.Iust! of took passage from Fernandina for Nas Dunn's) at Rosewood..... ............... I.CHn.on"Fulrchlld's both\ foreign nnd coastwise.Messrs. :m-(no- iii; fie 1'ur! 1

ournnglcrs go to the draw-bridgo two miles sau. _. nt Cedar 1 Kcv................O..W.nooTotal .: ; :<: S \xiioux it HOYT, wholesale timid Sunday" I :;;0 I W) I t2; .f2 I ill I Fair. t
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,; distant, where fishing at all times I is very l"rrROIwl. I ...........::.:I':.'.'.'...'...:...................R-t-,t!nSol.l1J-, retail dealers: in ship( !stores groceries, etc., Monday---\-- --31 62: jt; flU 74- l.'uir.- '

good. Mr.( A. k The Wallace Ststcrx. in our city, and are \prepared at all times to I w 1'y' I
Tim JT/ofrf Mail says : "Under the present ping at the Egmont.Mr. : ;
The '\ullal'o Sisters i: nnnounced to appear fill orders from 'lhrolIThl'; \ ;)' keep a large /
management, the Egmont, Fernandina, has I). (. Ambler, banker nt Jacksonville! Tuesday;; j51
at the Lyceum (Hall in this city, on stock of furniture and building materials: -I-i-r.o- : T4 Fuir. j I
attained greater: success and popularity; than spent Sunday in our city. I Wednesday ( ((52; .If) Clolll1\.
ever.'* Mr. .\. 1'. Blake, of Boston, Massachusetts( : Monday, Tuesday Wednesday\ evenings, constantly on hand.: \ Thursday :t i[Ii; f>0 :as 46 Fair
February 7, 8 and !9.) Speaking: of this company :Major "'. H. C. DL'UVKK continues: to receive Friday- 1:1 42 51 42 41 Fair:
The arrangements for unloading lumber was in our city the past week. I ._
a Georgia exchange says : large !supplies: of hay, corn and feed '": -: ---: = '=:"-":=
General Q. A. Gillmore, IT. S. A., was: nguest
foot of Hroome street
nt the new (docks arc In addition to the magnificent orchestra, which are disposed! of at the lowest living

I such that the unloading of cars is done verycxpedltiously. ; of the Egmont the gust week. l'III11\IIo1l..1\ I of the best! picked! musicians! ; prices In addition. to this business: : he operates MAltlXE.I'ort ;
Mr. James Hroome! of New York, !son of from the Dodsworth Musical! Academy, of ---- 'I 1
the saw-mills of Mr.( Leak, nail is always of Fcrnandina
I t'X.'Vl'rnor i Hroome, of Florida was in the New York city, these talented staters are ; ;
Mr. White contractor on the For- !shipping large of lumber.
George suliporte.lbyatnammitmotbcmmnnanvofnearlyithirty' : \ \ quantities HIGH W.Tr.tt.aturlay .
nnndina it Jacksonville Railroad, received city on Thursday. ; \people, each member of which is an Colonel\ J. C.1EUt, who is proprietor of Feb I 5...... 0:32:: : ,\. n. 0:53: r. M.
Captain \\ O, Coleman: traveling 0;.....
another pile-driver, with all equipments, by passenger acknowledged star in his own peculiar line. Amelia Mills and so successfully Sunday, I .. 1:2S": 1:52":
agent of the Transit: Railroad, was in Fer managesthe Monday, 7...... 2:23: : .'J.-IU': II
steamship Il'csernTerna. nandina last.Mr. A steamer will run on Tuesday; and Wednesday same: i is constantly: receiving orders, and Tuesday, 8...... 3:20:;::: 3:40::;: II .

The shipments: of naval stores from the on Monday : from St. Marys for t those who wish I his mills are keys )busy! day! and, night.Messrs. WednescViy\: !n.> ..... 4:17: II 4:3J": !
of "Anchor
( Henderson agent to t the Wallace Sisters. Thursday, 10..... 5UO: 5:2! II
about see I PIIOCTOU, PEUKIXS: : & (0. have ::
river amount to
stills the St.
on Marys Line" of European: !steamships took passage Friday, 11. 5:5S": C.1S "
7,500 barrels of spirits of turpentine and on the OirowWrt fur Nassau. Reservedseats can be secured, nt Hor "S .i taken charge: of the Chester mills, on Belle _

drug store. river, across from Fernandina: and will soon
barrels of rosin annually.So ENTEREP
27.000: :
Dickerson of New York
Hon. E. N. president -- ----- :
I many; children in town have such bad of the Transit Railroad, is In the city Jlrowned have theniin operation.! t Jan. :31)-S. 1'. St. Johns, Vogel, Charles!
colds, that it would appear, to those who and a guest of Hon. D. L.'Yulee.Mr. One of the passengers! of the Iot'allll'rIIt! proprietorof on.Jan.. )-S.S. Carondelet, Heck, New York
the seed
cotton at this
factory place has
do not know to the contrary; that the whoop- ( E. J. Brooks, of Washington i City, president on Saturday last, cither jumped\ or fell\ overboard Feb. I-Sch. II, W.' Anderson, Babcock:
had un uniiMially I lively time this In
Charleston.Feb. .
Ing cough: was prevailing among our little of the Palmetto Fibre Company, with duriugtime passage between Fernan
his family are guests of the Egmont Hotel. dina and Hrunsvvick.! lie was a )Ir. Butler, addition. to this )business, he ships: large 2-S. I'. $t. Johns, Vogel, Charles
t I ()u ef i ton.
Are our city fathers going to do anything Mr. Henry Clark, of the linn of Alsop .t of New York, and was accompanied by his quantities the\ Atlantic.of naval A visit stores to the ana factory lumber In across the! !' Feb 3-S. Western Texas, limes, New .
brother in la yir.iattimic: ( both of whom York.Feb.:
Clark of New York and Jacksonville, was +v, .
horses; and cows running at large I .
I 1 to prevent busy *<\i; "'on f is well worth the attention of 3-1'11. .
ticketed through "from Jack.souville to Hand Charles
the Mansion House a few days this week were ,
All the citizens making ;) 1
streets are
on our visitors. will find ton.
our They Mr. Phil.! Law-
i ee New York. )'Ir. Butler was in feeble\ health
complaint and some consideration! should Mr. o Joodsell, proprietor of the Egmont : tcytherenihiingtoexplain all details.: Feb: 1-Sch. Anita! : :Small: Martinique.
and his companion, we lllhlct>otUII.I, was
I : i be,given to them. spent a few days, during the past week, on taking him home to die, which appeared l to 1 'R. '\'. Siu-TiiwicK:; agent of Military's ton.h.b..ch., St. Croix, Haskell, Charles

I who resides within mile of the line of thoTranit Railroad and at Cedar I : Lino. U much liked
Dr. ,Todd. one weigh on his mind. When )Ir. Matthie Steamship! ; very by all CLEUIEP.:

: '' Lawtey has left with, Mr. CV.. Lewis Key. went to the purser' oflice, the tll't't'U'I'll'us our pe-iplo.! He is prompt in business, and Jan. :30-S. S. Curondelct, Beck Nassau. .

specimens! soil taken from his place which Colonel O. A. Allen, of New York, late seen to go on deck, and going to the ruileith'r ever attentive to the interests of his lincand ton.Feb.I 1-S. )'. :St.: Johns, Vogel, Charles

1 considered! rich and extending from receiver! of the Jacksonville, Pcnsacola it patrons.
very the fcchlethat
plunged into sea, or was so Feb. 1-Sell. 1'Ua1.: : ]Hartcr.
y t four to live fret below the surface. Mobile Railroad Is guest of the Egmont he fell over the rail while leaning over. )Ir. HKOOKS! president, "f the Palmetto : Willey, NewYork. -

It is' highly creditable to those who havecharge Hotel. As boon as he was missed, the alarm was instantly Company: will \probably establish a mill at Feb. :3-Hark O.! :M. *StamviNnl, Weber.

of city that they Mr. Dcmere late with Mr. H. E. Dotterer and made this place for the purpose' of utilizing thepalmetto Pinsunhue.
I of the drainage our ; given, an attempt to rescue Feb. 3-Hark
t: .. -- ... which Kong; Sverrc, ttistnQueens.
ore adopting liberal and enlightened poll- has left our city He will IJC.cr)' mucii the body but it had sank out of sight. utxxindsin this State. town.Feb..

1 Mi cy, which is certain. to make this city one of missed by his numerous friends' both old No one on the I'tnitt saw him fall overboard, Mr. '\'. K. Uu-KMiiiiT: keeps a supply of I :! 3-". S. Western Texas, nines, New

the healthiest places in the South, and young. and as ;yet no light has been thrown on the fruit meats on hand.' He ha: the only icehouse f York
h i Feb. 4-5.1'. :St.:: Johns, Voxel.
town is Charleston.
Fernandina has a, scarcity; of rentable Captain Jas. C. Post and Captain! .\. L. mysterious; ucl' ll\'ut. The J'bmt returned to with this article.In ; always veil stocked ISJ''T.. .

Bouses, and it is ,hoped and expected that }Fiske of the Engineering Corps of the the city nnd Mr.( Matthie immediately seen Steamer Florida.
United States nt the Hgmont red the services of divers and visited the to the Kjinont Hotel in our -
many new buildings will be erected during: Army, were Steamer 11. H. Plant.!
I the present year, and this increase of property Hotel several days the past: week. I supposed spot where the accident happened, city Is the Mansion House! which 'is kept Steamer Flora. .
s I this time- have open all the year round, the Florida House Steam" yacht Martha. *
efforts ,
but all to proved
i a will augment the receipts of our city. His Excellency: ; Governor Thomas F. Callahan up and the \ Hark Kong Sverre.
private boarding-house of Mrs. HorIt
the .
.w The party who is making the rustic work C. M, G, arrived by steamer FhriJti unsuccessful in finding Ixxly.Amelia !).. ]trig Martha P. Tucker. ...

seen at various places around our city, is on Sunday, and took passage on the Steamship Island Cumberland-- --Ilol"--- ". Brig Brig Arcot.Kildonan. .

gaining an'enviable reputation for the excel. C'tromltlft for Nassau and the Huhamas. Presents great attractions for rNhing, huntIng From Fernanclina to Brunswick is forty Schooner H. \\'. Anderson.'

t, 1 workmanship turned out by; him. The The He,'. John Duncan, u blind preacher and surf-bathing, ant ru-licuting gener miles, which connection is made by; the Schooner Rulgevvood. .
seats which adorn the piazzas of the Eg- 71 years old and for 4(5. years a Methodist! 011)t any M-u-son of the year it can be steamer If. K. Mint, Captain James Fitzgerald SchcKJiier Schooner Etta Anita.M(. Harter. .

mont dual anything of the kind made preacher in Georgia, and HOW'I1I'pllln of visited' for health and i pleasure, and in summer in about three hours. The passage is Schooner St. Croix, '

I Korth. the Georgia senate, delivered a lecture in the as regular as the tides you may; in. along and among the beautiful sea islands of Schooner H. C. Terry. '

while Methodist church at this place on last Sunday in the of luxuries the breeze Schooner Edward Johnson..
One of our prominent citizens ridingIn dulge greatest ; Florida and Georgia, entirely inland, and ismost Schooner : r

the suburb, a few days ago came suds evening his subject IK'ng! The 1 Pure, Heau- from the ocean. The drive of twenty miles attractive, interesting and delightful. ,Schooner Ellwood Lizzie; \ C. )Hickiuun.luran. t

ii Uenly upon ,what he uppoml was tlot orJuoonshlnerJ tiful and Successful." on 1I1t'tluntic. with all requisites for the I Sailing down Amelia river, we toon come Shooner.tliceBanla: *" f'

working away' at an illicit disc Captain A, I MacDonell, of our city, safe indulgence of Mirf-bathing, is a treat into St. Marys sou ml, and enter Cumberland SchiMiner Hettie Cook

} t'tilleryr but on getting closer found i It was general passenger and ticket agent of the never forgotten. The Wand! is a ""III"hunt-! I river Cumberland" Island being to our right Schooner Hattie W. Sore.

v 'iquire: EUtrnumn,with some men trying to Transit Railroad holds: the important position ing ground for dtt'r. ducks, t>nii,cand curlews and between us and! the tX't..tIl. Seven miles [Iii, other htcnh see fifth j'ot'
force the water out or 8IlOud Ilt'Jlr b)'. as vice-president\ of the Southern -and the waters abound In hfcphead, onto( Fernandina we arc opposite Brick, ] r.J

consent and approbation or all Inc Association of General Pus>enger and Ticket drum, whiting, trout anti l u>.. There are IH'XUENEhS, Lime,

lay the the Atlantic. hilt t Wl""t India Agents, and I ioj also chairman of the committecon several farnwon. the island, where early vegetable which is tae ruins of an old estate, with ten Cement,

tcrt'lStetJ, will be sold (1) (on.I.t)" rates. A well-mcrite'l compliment\ to arc I".tisedanlthirlll..1 l North, and the acres o( flower garden and eleven mile of .I'wter.

t Transit Railroad bv lion, 1'lIiliI' \\ alter. a worthy orticial and) an upright 'gentleman. results have proved veryrcmunetative. a\'enUlliul'l1 with stately oaks.! The place fair
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THE FLORIDA MIRROR, who has' been' appointed by I the IJnitetlStatesDistrict I Shi ll>t iifj .Vein There ic\ settlement called 1 Amelia, seven I N fullofhi.-loric.il I i ; and !social' Irudilloiu. The

) I ,.(}ot i JL11d;"jj'J-: 'SIX i Court; in make the ,sale. The stcam'.hp! Winm/lclct Mill sail from miles from Fernandina, which has growi I stately old/ mansion!' built of tabby walls I

' : MOXTIIS.k The Norwegian bark' 'IIS.I'.r, Captain NVsati: \ for Fcrimndinn the' 1Kb instant, amazingly and Is in n prosperous condition! four feet thick, and four stories high contained

.' Local L AJsen: was cleared TliurMlay< last by, Mr.Wm. arriving hero on the 13th, and sailing forNew A )plcu unt drive to Dr. Harrison's place wilrepay twenty-one\ rooms, several of than

I _Inflections. Lawtcy for Queens-town! for orders, York on the 14th. the visitor Below Fernandina is Old measuring ttlirt "-!'evrn by twenty-three feet, Jr

t Warmer weather J is promised. with 1(31,000( fart pitch line I Iiimbrr, 101 Tile steamship Western Taxes* sails from Town which was founded by the Spaniards which for !several' generations had been the

There I Is still n scarcity of wood. sticks of cellar, 890} barrel of rosin, and IOU I New York for Nassau via Fernandina on the in ](;12. Over three hundred squarc-rigpci !scene princely hospitalities, is now in ruin

\ Preaching nt nil churches barrels spirits of turpentine.t Value! of cargo, I I Ith. and is expected( here on the J llth In"t. vessels rode at anchor in the harbor duriii}, -I the walls crumbling away' and the Ivy

! our to-morrow. $1.830.: The steamship Cnromlclrt sailing from the war of 1S12, when the town was Spanish clustering on the !si-los.' The handsomegrounds _

The stcum-yacht: Martha has been !sold' to The Steamer'-'---- Fernandina to New York on Monday, February and 1 neutral Fort Clinch is built on (the and avenues: in front, with the long:
A. ]I. Florida
I I Noyes. Is making her trips with< regularity and 14th, will take the place of the steamship northeast point of the harbor and commands walls of tabby enclosing\ the gardens in the? 1j

Amelia Lodgeof A. Y. M. is In a prosperous !' ing a large number of bring. Wfktcrn Tctti, whose regular! sailing a fine view for miles i out at sea. rear, wheret races of the orange and oleander
condition. passengers.!! The Sea Island day is! Friday, the 18th, for New York. -- -- ---,--- the silver-leaved: olive groves, the African ):
Route appears to be the! favorite one ..
i Jacksonville i is now railed the Saratoga this year. Ixe.n'slon to Orange- Lake.On Our, Merchants.Mr. paint trees, the curious century plant, and r,
of the South." Next -- -- .- innumerable, and flowers peeping
1I I -- rare! costly
\' The Steamer 11. It. Plant Wednesday: next, the 9th, a special H. E. })oTTF.UFn, who deals! exclusively d"
I Kighty-scven passengers' by Western{ Texas Of the Cumberland Iloute train will leave Fernandina nt 7 o'clock a.m. I In fine groceries( enjoy confidence outhe eandti erebearevidencethatneither 1
l f from Xcw York last trip. continues to bring for Orange Lake, on the Peninsular Rail of all good livers. He I is ever careful and wealth nor labor, directed by a cultivatedtaste
great western
many people into our ,State. was :"purl..lln their design! and com pic-
We have rind Person:< who have faithful in srcnringinithing but such arti- a
not heard of the meeting of the The Cumberland Route is the not visited this: in-
i : shortest
and .
: (tion. :Some: six hundred trees: millt.ighte,11
musical club this season.! quickest route to Florida from the West and t'restiumgseetiuui:; of country should not fail ales that will sustain: his: reputation.Mr. 1'trees
hundred olives still remain
"There is a land that I Is better than this," South west. to do Hf) Wednesday: as an opportunity G. STVIIK.: the confectioner, I is kept: tin \ fig
and the coffee
_. are numerous large
Xcw IIullp\ll1rl'-Yc\,1t is Florida. --------- -- -- will be afforded them to visit (the latgc. usually busy. It is u treat to go into his: very ,
Steamer David Clark: groves of oranges in tinoild.! The fare I store and see!' what numberless good things tree, the varnish the palm, the magnolia
Persons! complain that exorbitant charges The steamer Dnr'ul dork: arrived Saturday will be be and pomegranate lure! to be seen around the
1 on fur the round trip, $.5. .\ special provides' for our people.
are made by the Express: Company. from Savannah ruins. The drives I that are in the elc\'t'n
with quite The ( open)
a good \\illloavejackson\illefiir l Baldwin at City Mart, now occupied: by Me: "rMow .
Wednesday' I last was "ground hog" day, freight, consisting: : in part of three hundred,l 8 a. m. on same day, and connect with tho : BROS, !I.+ filled, with dry-goods, clothing miles of aveiiiies are I'alillflllllnd are so enchanting 8
and the sun did not show his face. barrels rosin, bought at Savannah I one believes! himself in the realms .*
; by> Mr. o.ieursiun: train for Orange i Iako. Returning : etc., :\11111111 one need fear but all wants:
1 We William Lawtcy, of this city, forshipmcnttoEurope. in thr-ir of fairy land This \property' was once owned f
1 have had some' delightful and some roach Jacksonville ut 9 p. III. line of business can: be supplied by
:t very cold weather the past week. : them. General Nathaniel Greene, of the revolution ;.
------ --- : nf 17"i after whosodeath )Ir.
Militant.The > ,
; Ducks In large'lunlltitlc.'! arc to be Amelia Messr! Axr.t.i.: it:: FIMEXD enjoy a good<
seenalong Ufjht-llonnc.
't Nassau! : Li,;lit Artillery meets: every gale, a descendant General/ (
and from, ,
our many rivers and creeks. The material for appearances it would seen
enlarging mid 1 I improving
Tuesday nt their Third the and it 'Xightin'j"
J armory: on street, have came owner was (
',.. We trust that the government will make Amelia Light-House !has been received by near Centre.t to.they : just as much as' they can attcm Nightingale/ family until after the

t I'Yrnandina n wcatHcr !signal' station. the steamer Western{ Tcxn*. We understand The Fcrnandin.1 Light Infantry have regular ; The 1 is now owned' I by General W. G. )
curiosity store of CAPTAIN Ktxu i in'lIl'atwllizecll is
j The temperance people In the legislature that the changes tube! made will he (to greatly meetings: every first Monday in eachmonth \ by nil who come to Florid whose purl'Olit! is to make it his home and '1.>

I arc working up the license question. strengthen light. the structure and improve- the and drills:' :Mondays and Fridays, at and invent t in curiosities, a full supply nf restore it to its former beauty In the little.t 1

Parties who have to travel our county -,rTernanlllHaanal.i---- their. armory tin Centre street. which he has: always on hand graveyard I is buried\ General Robert E. Lee's

I roads arc complaining of their condition. ( ( It Llltt' .\n'ollr military going to make )preparation Messrs. J. '1'. Kydd, in addition( to their father, the celebrated'' Light Horse Harry Lee, ;..
The steamship Caromlelet. Captain Beck. to celebrate Washington's birthday ? retail of 1770. There is an interest whil'1111r'adcgtht.
When docs the Nassau Agricultural SociI !- : department in dry-goods, are prepared
cty propose to arrango for the next cxhi arrived at this port on Sunday morning en Our military (,ollll'anirhavc received invitations at all times to fill orders front country merchants whole place: and no one should visit! this ;,

bition ? route for Nassau. She sailed the someday! in to )participate in the inauguration at the lowest prices. The good name portion of the country without seeing Dun- .)

the afternoon with the following passcngsrs: )parade: at Washington! on the 4th proximo. which this firm hears, and which it justly genes Continuing up Cumberland river f

The attention of the police I Is directed to the Mrs. Chambcrlin, Mrs.! S. Sweet, Raw. E.Millcrlck :.. The prize for Ito best drilled Infantry deserves, gives the assurance to all who entrust wo! soon reach High Point of Cumberland, .

firing of pistols, on Saturday night, near the HeJ.P.. Ryan, Mr. Boynton, company) at the :State:: Fair was awarded to : orders to them that they will be which is: a seaside resort for the people of. '..

railroad office. Mr. J. VV. Turtle, Rev. J. Roberts, Mrs : the Fernandina Light, Infantry Company.The : promptly and satisfactorily filled. Middle Georgia, and well patronized in thespring ,..
New plants archieing put in the vlscs'and 1 Paine, :Mrs. Wilbur, Mrs. Snowdcn, Miss --- -- -- The long established: and. well-known and 1 summer We soon cross St. Andrews Ii

U planted in the yardjof the Egmont, to beautify Hubbard, J.B.KIndfy, S. It. }lattock, u'lJn' capacity Capacity of the of various Our" Saw sawmills Mills.Tho .located housuofA.lt.! Novas; of this city, so well! sound and sail into Jekyl 1 creek, whereare '1
the surroundings McCormack, Geo. Callahan and wife, Mr. on the line of the Atlantic, Gulf &V and favorably known in this section oiFlorida f to ho seen immense numbers of ducks ; J _

Will not some one build a few neat cot Thompson, Sidney Sweet, Jas. 1'. Creegn'1 West India Transit: and Peninsular Kail- i is having: a good. trade this season. but hastening on, we reach Brunswick, a n'1

I tages to accommodate those who are homeless der, Henry Rice, J. E. Bundington, Frank roads. : per annum, 1 is as follows : The two brothers of this firm are well place of many attractions and facilities, and

and houseless among us? Cornwell, Henry Reed,. Mrs. Carter, Miss Lynch's.at Dutton's) .......................li.IO.lJlJO(l : :; adapted:' ( to their business! and we arc glad to here take the Macon it Brunswick Railroad 4
\ The old wreck in Amelia river is an ungainly Carter, Miss Hall, Mr. Alex Frcar, Mrs. Cook ik Kagcr's, at Brandy: BrIlIf'II..I.fi\IIIJtI;:, ii.'i* iii '.\ an'so, .successful.1 1.r. train for Macon, distant two hundred and ,
i fight. The owner should cither re Alex Freur, S. P. Coapenger, (lcu. F. Ran: McdcnnyX :\Iax[ V III c...fi,2; : (fiOOIIfJ;i ,( ') \ i. have seen( no shoe :store in the State twenty-six miles from Fernandina, the

move or destroy it. dolph, Mr. Henderson and wife, Hl'1 1 1-;:. 11 II rl'i n'I', at Lawtey; .( .:!: mli'eglplesat'1'cuplc's' 00 which, I'-in equal that of 3f Ir. J. II. PKEWOTT'H, :shortest route from and to the West and I
Bridge, Rev. J. Jenkins, Miss Henderson, F. Mills i : ..1.1;iI.i.Otlu!) Southwest:: into and out of Florida "'.
The steamers from Pcnsacolato Cedar Key Cook iV; :Sou: at Highlands: i.!IBHIKWFinger's ::: ) in our city. The !stock N the very best. and i
Henderson, W. II. Ewing: and wife, Charles at Wal-lo.::.1 ij0.ooo:; ( ( the) attention ;given t<) customers cannot beexcelled. The Weather.
; are bringing good freights for the Fernun- Lamar, O. II. Perkins, Mrs. Henry Reed, Knight's: at Waldo. ,:"' : KM) !. His business N rapidly' increasing. ''l
dina and Jacksonville merchants Miss Cornduu": Airs Clapperton T. II. Voss Cnmi's'" Peninsular i Railroad.(;i.2i: >oiNio',' LOCAL O1ISERVATIOX8.FKKXAXUIXA. .
( hiss at Fairbanks: .:;,1.tuuuIarliv's. I:: ) M Ir. C.' II. IIfor I besides: keeping on hand : ., FLA.., February 4, 1881. ,f
The Fernandina board is I:
F. :
sanitary busily H. Hubbell
Erwing, Miss at SKt-mllo): Post... .....,4/<;:.t.ouo a i lugo.npl.ly: of ;groceries, etc., for his customers .
engaged opening ditches and otherwise Smith. I Pinger's: at Yulee.:2.50.fMHiDoig f | ( : continue.--' run his, saw-mill, under -- ---- ------18.SO.- | 18.S1.! 1
draining the southwestern of the Of these Gainesville( 2,." portion \ : : >ui.
seventeen I'
passengers were
the manu: ' city. New York, tho other twenty-seven in number at I Arredondo.:2i 14 1)arly'sat 1 P.attonville: I ..J.Ii!'."!,c 11)0 constantly making: ; large: "shipments of lumber ; a
: Good Fernandina. Most ofnuranglcnl took passage from Fernandina for Nas: Dunn's ." --- ___
fishing: near ) : at Rosewood!. l,0!) >,o
;, r go to the drawbridge two miles sau. ---- _.- ---- at Cedar Key.,2iiofMM
distant, where fishing at all times! I is very I'ernonal. Total I ..';:'........'..'........81,1118tnnuTime -, retail dealers) ,. in ship- stores. -:irroeerics., etc... Monday!.. ____31_ (Ii;2.: ill(; f(1 74 1"nir.
good. Mr.( A. Cass Can field, of New York.is stopping ---.- --.---- I uroenjoyingu constantly! I iucreainghttyimes9, ---- ------

The lintel Mall says : "Under the present at the Kgmont.Mr. '''nll((('(' Sister in our tity, ami are prepared: at all times to I ; I I -< I I- I

r 1 management, tho Kgmont, Fernandina, has I). O. Ambler, banker at Jacksonville, The 1t'dlaeeSisters:: are announced to "1'- fill orders from -ibroad.: They keep a large i ,--j,; t. .... I. ,t
attained greater: success and popularity\ than spent Sunday in our city. pear at the Lyceum Hall in this city, on 1 stock' of furniture and hiiiMing materials T \--l""r\ )-i2 54 i-l Fair.Cloudy.. i
Wednesday :2 00)f (ill; 52: .Jj .
ever. Mr. A. P. Blake, of Boston, Massachusetts!, Monday, Tuesday Wednesday: evenings, constantly: on hand. Thursday" :1'jI fiO.rJ :IS 4f1 Fair. '
February 7, 8 and S n. Speaking: of thi1'll'OIIl- Major \\'. It. l'. PfitVEi continues
The arrangements for unloading lumber was in our city the past week. : to receive Friday 4 42: 42 41
Pang, a Georgia; exchange : large supplies' of hay, corn and feed : : = -- '--': -=. -- 'Fair.
at the new docks, foot of llroome street, arc General Q. A. Gillmore, 1T. S. A., was a says -=
guest: of the Kgmont; the week. In addition to the magnificent orchestra: which are disposed: } of at the lowest I living
hi such that the unloading of cars is: done veryexpeditiously past ,'rAIU 'I-:.
composed of the best picked musicians ,
prices. addition to this business he
:Mr. James }
I Broome of New York, son of from the Dodsworth! ((1I1'1il'lIlclllell1\', of operates --- ,
:Mr: George White, contractor on the J.'t'rl1n1ullna' e.vG\ i tvernor Broome, of Florida, was in the New York city, these talented bbttJ'f'aro the saw-mills of Mr.( Leaka11d /is always fort of Fcrnandlna. ,;4'
shipping. large: quantities: of lumber.
city on Thursday. snlrpnrtcdbyamantiotlccoin I imanyofnearly HIGH W VTER.
& Jacksonville Railroad, received Captain W. O. Coleman traveling : thirty people, each member which is an Colonel. C. Rrvi, who is proprietor of Saturday, )Feb. I)...... 0:32):: : .\. )r. (0:55: r. M.
another pile-driver, with all equipments, by passenger acknowledged star in his own peculiar line. Amelia Mills and so Sunday, (H.; ...... 1:28: It 1:52: It
agent of the Transit! Railroad, was in 1<'C'r.nnndhU successfully: managesthe Monday, it i...... 'I
the steamship Wetlern Tarns.s .\ steamer will run on Tuesday and Wed.nesday : : .2:4J": !
I is
same I constantly: receiving, orders and it
\ on Monday last Tuesday, 8..3'0:: "' :i:4j" .
The shipments of naval stores from the Mr. Henderson, agent of the "Anchor from St. Marys fllr'tlI01'Ie who wish his. mills are kept busy day and. night.Messrs. \\"<'llne'l'\t: \ )". !11...... 4:17: 4:3U":: !

1 / stills on tho St. Marys river amount to about Line" of European steamships: took to see the Wallace Sisters. { PROCTOR, PERKINS it ('0. have Thursday, "" 10...... 5:01)5:5H: U 5H"::!
barrels of of ami passageon Hl'st'r\'l'l1lt'at can be secured at Horsey's Friday, 11. : "' G.1S II
7,50Q : spirits turpentine the Varoiulclet for Nassau taken charge of the Chester mills: on Belle _

t '27.000 barrels of rosin annually; lieu E.: N. Pickerson, of New York president drug store ------- river, across from Fernandiiia, and will soon ENTERED.

I Bo:; many children in town have such bad of tho Transit Railroad, is in the city Drowned. have tht'mlu operation Jan. :30-S. P. St. John, Vogel, Cliarles-

colds, that it would appear to those who and a guest of Hon. O. L:Yulec. One of the passengers of the steamer Plant, Mr. WII.MVM LVWTEV, who I is proprietor ton.Jan.

do not know to the contrary, that the whoopIng Mr. K. J. Brooks, of Washington City, president on Saturday last, either jumped or fell overboard of the cotton seed factory at this: place, has Feb.. 30 1--Sell.S.S. Carondclct 11'V..tnticrsun, Beck New York

cough was prevailing among. our little of the Palmetto Fibre Company, with during the passage between Fernan had. an unusually lively time this season. In Charleston Babcock

t_ t ones. his: family are guests: of the Kgmont Hotel. dina and Brunswick. He was a Mr. Butler, addition to this: business! lie ships large 1'eb.2-S. I'. :St.:; Johns, Vogel, Charles-

; Are our city fathers going to do anything i Mr. Henry Clark of the firm of Ah>op it of New York, and was accompanied by liU quantities! of naval stores! and lumber across ton.Feb 3S.. Western .
to prevent horses and cows running at large Clark, of New York and Jacksonville, was brother-in-law, )l r. Matthic, both of whom the Atlantic. A vl-lt to the factory in the Y"rk. Texas, Ilines, New

t on our streets? All the citizens! ore making us the Mansion House! a few days this week were ticketed through from Jacksonville! to I busy season Is well worth the attention; of Feb 3-:$l'll. Ridgcwood, Hand Charles
and consideration shouldbegiven New York Mr. Butler was in feeble health our visitors. They will find Mr. Phil Law- ton.Feb.
complaints some Mr. Goodsell, proprietor' of the Kgmont: ,
there 1-Sch. Anita Small'
try willing all :
explain details. Martinique.
and his uiidcr.tan !
companion, wu l ,
to them. spent a few days, during the post week, on }'cb.IoIch.. St. Croix, Huskcll:
1 11.: W. SorTinvu'K Gha.rlt'8ton.
him homo tllllit" which agent of )(ltllorIll.alll..lil' -
appeared to .
Ir. Todd, who resides! within one mile of the line of tho Transit Railroad and at Cedar
weigh on his mind. Whl'n)1 r. Matthic :- Line, i 101 very much liked by all CLEARED.Jan. .
has left with Mr. C. W. Lewis. Key.Colonel..
Ijnvtey, our )people. He i is prompt in business, and :30-S.\
went to the purser's: olllce, the ell'l''a'I'l'as: \ S. Carondelct, Beck. '
specimens toil taken from his place which <;. A. Alle, of New York late
seen to go on deck, and going to the rail ever at ten live to the (Interests of his lincandpatrons. l-eb. 1-S. P. St. Jllhll Vogel, Charles
is'con lcll'n'41 very rich and extending from receiver of the Jacksonville, Pcnsaeolu: it : ton.Feb.
either plunged Into the sea, or was so feeble
j four to five feet below the surface. Mobile Railroad, is a guest of the Kgmont: that he fell over the rail while leaning over. Mr.( BIIOOKS, President: of the Palmetto York.. 1-Si-h. Etta: M. Barter. Willey, New

s It is' highly I creditable to those who have Hotel. As soon as he was mi-sed, the alarm was instantly Company: will pnihahlyotahlish a mill at Feb. :3-Hark (O!I. 31. :StamviMid: Weber

t i'hUft,"!. of the drainage of our city, that they Mr. Dcmere" late with Mr. H. K.: Mutterer, given, and an attempt made to rescue !' this place for the ,purpose of utilizing: the 1'insiinl.iie.! *
arc adopting a liberal and enlightened poli has: left our city. He will be very much the body, but it hall sank out of sight. palmetto, which ulxntniNiii this State. town.}o'cI). 3-l.irk KUligH'rn': ( then, ( lIeen-

} cy, which b I certain to make this city one of missed by hit numerous friends both old No one on the rinnt saw him fall overboard, Mr. W. K. Iu! 'K.MUIIT: keeps a supply of Feb. 3-S..S.11'estert Texas, lios[

t m the healthiest t places in the South. and young and as yet no light has> been thrown on the fresh meats on ham! He hi: > the only I icehouse York. NewFeb.

Fernandina has a. scarcity of rentable Captain Jus.: C. Post and Captain A. I.! mysterious!! accident, The I'l'int returned to i'i town, ami i is always veil st icked 4-S. P. $t. Joints Vogel Charleston.

houses, and it N! hoped and expected tha Flake, of the Engineering Corps of the the city and Mr. Matthie immediately secured with this article.In IX l-UKT. ,

p ti many new building will be en'eteluring United :States; Army, were at the Mgmont the services of divers and visited: the 1111 titian to the Rnnoiit Hotel in our Steamer*. If Florida.Sitnniltn ._ _II.. .,u.. .......
,, the present year, and this increase of property Hotel several days the past week l\tIO.'Clt. tlJlut- whirl- tbeatehleut hanoeut'tLbut city is the Mansion House which is: kept Steamer- ------- Flora.Steamyacht-- .M.

r will augment the receipt of our city, His Excellency: Governor Thomas F. Cal all ctro bUlt to this time have; provedunsuccessful i open all the year round, the Florida House, Martha. .

The party who is making the rustic work, lahan, C M. G, arrived by steamer FlvMi in finding the body. and the private boarding-house of Mrs. Hor Brig Hark Martha Kong Sverre.1' Tucker. .
E seen at various places around our city, in on Sunday, and took passage on the Steamship Amelia- -Island- say.Cumberland. Brig A rrot. ..S ..: ,
Jtoitte. .
t gaining an enviable reputation for the excellent Cnrvnilclft for Nassau and the Bahamas. Brig Kildonan. ., .
Presents great attractions: fur sluing, huntIng From Fernandina Schooner
( to Brunswick I Is H. W.
turned out by bin,. The forty Anderson.! .
workmanship! The Rev. John P. IhIlH'un,11 hlhtl1ln'Ach- '
t and uurf-batlming, and rusticating 1'IIl'r- miles, which connection is made Schooner Kidgewood. .
seats which 'adorn the piazzas of the .:g- er 71 old and for 4(5 a )Jlthocti tI'readlt'r by the Schooner Etta: )
years years ally. At any reason of the year it ran be steamer 11. R. limit, Captain James (. I tarter. ..
i jnont ejual anything of the kind made in Georgia, and now chaplain of Fitzger Schooner Anita.
[ visited for health and pleasure! and in summer aid, In about three hours. The is Schooner St.
Jibrth.. the: Georgia senate, delivered a lecture in the passage Croix
i us regular us the tides, you may indulge -, along and among the beautiful sea islands of Schooner 11. C. Terry.
,. One of our prominent citizens while riding Methodist church at this place on last! Sunday in the greatest .>f luxuries, time breeze Florida and! Georgia, entirely inland, and is Schooner I'M want John
In the suburbs, a' few days ago came suddenly evening his subject being "The Pure, Beautiful from the tH-ean. The drive of twenty miles most:; attractive, interesting and ,delightful schooner Lizzie C. Hicktuan .," ,

upon what he nupiHwmoonshiner was a lot of and Successful," on th ,,\tlautI(.. with all the requisites: for the Sailing\ down Amelia river, we soon come Schooner Schooner Alice J-lhn.I1: llama 1 IKiran, ._: + t -

working away "t Jin illicit llls- Captain A, O. MacDonell, of our city, safe indulgence of siirf-buthini, is a treat into St. Marys sound, and enter CumWrlund Schooner lte.ttie Cook .

.tillery, but on getting closer found it was general passenger and ticket agent of the never forgotten. The land I= I N a g"lIlftIUllt- river. Cumberland Island being to our right Sohouner Hattie{ W. GoreCement f ffbr

t 'Squire El1trnuinn,with some men trying to Transit Railroad, holds the important position i ing ground for deer, thick! Miipe-und cur and between us: and the ocean. \'ClilUilcs [ IJtha
force the water out of a>>nd near by. us vice-president!' of the Southern It'ws-ttlill (he waters abound in hccpheud, from Feriiandinawhich we are oplositevt'NCSNnaa see 1 fifth /'OVI'.] .,

IIy the consent and allrobatloll of aU interested Association of Ol'nl'rull'us'nger and Ticket drum, whiting trout and Uu*. There are Brick, Lime -
dull Lt Wl""t India Agent and U also chairman of the commit several farms on the island, where ,
the Atlantic,. early vegetables I is tie ruins of an old! estate, with ten
s S '1'rausit Railroait will be sold on Monday teeon rates. A well-nueriteil compliment to are raised and shipped North, and the a.-res of, flower garden and eleven miles of Plaster

nest, to thus!. city by lIon. I"hllll1 Walter, a worthy official and an upright gentleman! i results have proved very remunerative- avenues lined! with stately oaks The place AT ltoxra:

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