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 12, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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3 1 VOL. III. l+EHN.ANDINJFLA. SATURDAY, FEIMUAY.r. l ,>, I 1881. NO. 12.!

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STATE SIMS.Aldchim dogs This was in an almost interminable I in his Lands This is not seriously' d'sjmtod. :state with such endorsements the company bring them here. Some propose challenge1
I :I As! to the Jacksonville, l't'II'IH'lII"hi1; : [ put on the market and sold 1'iuler these the horrors of ,
jungle) ofbritrs. vines and scrub, and it was war bivouacingin the public ,-
t company\ an attempt I is made to reach the circumstances the certificate of the governoras
only by the breaking of undergrowth, the property of the company because of the trust t to (he security held by the state is in legal park. Maltimoro and Alexandria are
# TIIK' Svxrv: Fr. l'U.At.-TIH.: tl'n11eXl'lm.: yelping of hounds and the :sullen' growl of deed or agreement I executed by Dibble) (to effect t tin certificate of the company Itself; making preparation to accommodate, those

tor has: worked its way through :swamps: the ferocious heat, that the conflict could "I Swcpxon, alter the conveyances from the. and equivalent' to nn agreement on the part whom it is thought will prefer to seek 1(51g.Itug .
ponds and hills: until it has! reached the I Trustees of the Internal I Improvement Fund of the company\ that the. 1 bond, as far as thesecurity outside t the
{ be located Maker his all-fours
dropped on U\'I'r'rowll1..t city. N'o matter
had hl''n'III'lIrl'tl\ through :Sxvcpson's; fraud is concerned, is the valid obligationoftheState.
waters of Santa Fe Lake. Then, turning and crawling cautiously I forward came to I'I, That instrument: purported, however, to be : The case is l'Il'lI'lwithill the what may)' be the disappointments; .and the

+i around, it is: on its way back to trim up and where could be seen dimly outlined againstthe I in trust" for Swcpson\ to convey to tlll'l'om- reason of the rule which makes: every endorser regrets of the occasion those who come hrn-

',mta finish its work. The bridge across the canal starlit sky J: the immense form of the pan Parry to be created by an act incorporating Ofl'olllNIl'rl'ialpapl'r the t guarantor of to see a crowd will be satisfied, if lot happy.
is purchasers\ : of the! .property U' :soon us the genuineness and validity of the instrument
between lakes Alto and Santa Fe being
1e; ther. Owing to the noise of the light Maker I the necessary legislation i: to that effect couldbe endorses.... We cannot doubt that The question of the organization of the[

rg 4 pushed: rapidly forward When this is finished was enabled to get quite near' without attracting obtained.: It was not executed 1 in a form under these circumstances the company is Senate, whether it be Republican or 11'lel'rill"

the darn will be cut, the waters of the notice! and, lying full length on the to pass title and the security was only to estopped, so furns its own liabilities concerned has gained additional interest from
lakes will mingle and communication hyt1' continue under this plan until the contemplated from denying; the validityof the
l (he altitude
he threw his his of Senator
ground, gun to shoulderand corporation could !I...> organized. bonds. Having[ negotiated them on (he l'4II'O11 David
be, between Mclrosc[ and Willfj -
opened fired, just as the panther rose: with a When the act! of incorporation\ was obtained faith of Midi a ('l'rtll \-all', thecompany must Davis. The ponderous ]lliloi"lIl does not

do. A ,region will be opened up to settlers, mighty spring in the air and! shot over him, t the company at once, without object: 1 ion fromSwcpson be held to !have agreed as a part of its own make I graceful weather-cock but just now

+5 which, however inviting for other reasons, falling dcadou the other side., It wa a very or any the one in his interest, took. contract, whatever that was, dial the bonds he I is thought by many to ho as tickle' as thoseelligiesof
q account possession: of property and operated\ the were obligatory.In ) .
..' has! been hUhl'rtu"Cry uninviting on daring feat, and a dangerous experiment, railroad as owner. Littlctieldlio hail succeeded to the Florida Central the (til' "biril of dawning" which ornament
of its distance from market and transportation and Mr.[ Maker was fortunate in getting out to all of Swcpson's' right under his respect court the barn minarets of the WesternSlates.

The steamboat is nearly finished, all of the jungle with only a few briar scratches.The sc\'t'rnll'olltrlll'ts, assumed the absolute control says : They say that while the Democrat)
of the and was its principalstockholder. .\ltll the Florida Central Company" however
and company(
the made and the ground
panther measured! seven and n half feetfruit Moth :Swcpson and Littlelield the clI'4l'l Is different and it is ;claimed Wl'1I1IwI'r, everything looked prom
arc being put in place as fast as possible. tip to tip, and was on exhibition atKggleston of the not only that the statute did not authorizethe i il fil thl'l, this huge indicator voted after

!ft This boat is constructed to carry passengers : it< [jl1er'tllre, for :some time. Itwill yhlle.[ \ : exchange of the bonds and the creation the lead of Thurman ; now, wll'l !Lacsulr -
and freight, and for towing ; it is well\ midtnmtcImuaery be stuffed and mounted them. 1 porated on the :same day with t the purchasers of I the lien, but tiNu that the company did! ticklish,, Ill'11 y
by ( Ht'l'lhlillU,
in itsovvtt wih tie
I is which shortly after, as no doubt was not corporatccluiractcrexecute
strongly built ; its unusually One hundred hands commenced grading the from the 1 beginning intended, absorbed. the bonds or make the exchange.AS : and many think he will' tilt the American

powerful for the size of the boat. This is to railroad on Wednesday morning at the end purchasers' corporation and took possessionof : to the first question, we deem it suflleicnt upper house! of millionaires and bosses to

;1 give it power to tow heavy rafts of logs. A of Main[ street It was a lively time Suchan its property. Xo one ever disputed: the to say that the Supreme m Court! (If Florida their !ill',
1 large sawmill at the Waldo end of the canal title of the Jacksonville, Pcnsiicula & Mobile[ has! distinctly decided that in the case of (
event had never happened in this community l'OlllpllllUlltil long after this litigation, I began this company, as well as the other the! statutory Sesatorl'InkIitgsIPecchon the Jlurganr.ululiun [
,1 expects to be supplied chiefly. by logs towed before. It was thought by many: and\ the Western Division company in ) authority was complete. The point denying the right of the Vice-

'.4 from the hakes. Santa Fe Lake 1 hn about that they never would live to see this march its! original bill distinctly averred that the wU"IIIIrl.l'tI made by the pleadings. and as President: (toeount the electoral vote, was the

eighteen miles of shore. The timber on its of improvement.. Hut, to their astonishment: ownership of the property was in that com directly l'u"-IeIIOIl: by the l'Ollrt.IthOIl h event of the week. As usual: wlt'l it he.eunuetioisednronuolthnt
Littlctield held Interestst the bill. in the lillalllisllli"Il'll be
pany. controlling : case was :
has hitherto been too far off to be
margin the work :started as by magic, and now the the stock, :and that undoubtedly repro- l'UII"It was not proved t that any of t the State thogreatNew York
J j U t'cll'XI'pt for domestic: purposes. This!' canal town talk i is the railroad, and the upward I scntcd the i proceeds of Swepson's embezzlements bonds had been :sold the decision! was in (no Senator had (tll' floor tll'rl'walll rush for tho

t opens a market which will give cash for tendency' of things, which means better, invested In the 1'cnsacola A ieorgla just !!1'1I dictum.. It cannot be said 'that a Senate galleries, and before t tho close of- lihrldlPI'I.h
and Tallahassee bonds through which the case is not authority on one point because' ,
"R and thus land which has hitherto ; : :
logs, : : I filled
: times of lots increase of \\lt'l'Olfertnhlr byan
sale << population,
: North Carolina company seeks to reach the although that point was properly presented: '
turned to its owners nothing for first cost: enterprises that never fail to follow in I property. This is clearly recognized in theeontutcl and decided in the regular course lIftlW'OIl.1 attentive and admiring audience. Tho

and.taxes, will become a source of revenue the wake of movement like this. Said a t! of settlement entered into between :sideration of the cause: something ( ( was I radical ground he took In support of the

This great work has IJI'cnt'urril'll out entirely the hundred. :Swcpson, Littletield, and the commissioners fuatudlutimeendtvhiclidisiii: ', of the wllllo11IllIl'r. m main of the and his
visitor stood
as we : looking at \1'11'0..1101 rl'1Iollltiol
of North Carolina on the !Uith of April Here t the prccNoqiicstion tvavpro m
l by private means, and too much credit :-IIco\'d"ll'itching the earth on cither side! of I 1$7l1. by which it was agreed that the hCaruliuacoutpcutyshottldbe erly )presented, fully argued, and elaboratelyconsidered refusal fllll\the load: of the 111(1)( of%Re

cannot be given to all parties connectedtherewith. the cut, "What docs all this mean, what ':tidtime money in the opinion, Thedecision on publicans In their rl'III'st to'\ tll. raising

Its! history from projection to are they 110ill'e \' ', that this was' it hallo t from the proceeds' of the' :sales of; this question: was U"IIIII.1 part of the judgment [ the question 01 1"01'11 and
the"tall' bonds be issued to the Jacksonville of the court that otherof 11'1'\'l'lt-
; would be interesting chapter to : : I on any time
a completion an big mlirpnsti; of the
Southern .vcsteniay
the commencement of the 1'Nlllltlll
great I'ensaeola: it Mobile company on the the I1'\'llllth'I'14 on hich the case' as a
I in the history Alachua t'oullt\-h/'rc-- 1'00ltl'lloWII the peninsula to the (!ulf. Ah faith of its ownership of this very property. whole Ih'I'lIdl'11[ was the subject of much. comment at t the

IIpumlcmc Gdlncft'illi Sun nnd ]1't'. :said he, they have gone at it at last: Nitrostreet I I Certainly, under such circuin'tances, the This, constitutionality: of the lid, lime and 1 throughout. tho city last t night, I
North Carolina company is estopped from i"ll iiuestioii of local law. Itdepeiidsontliepeculiar I
tai lon
I of
is now the greatobject attraction :selling up title to the as against; : condition of localallairs: If the decision TIIK F
't The best time ever made between, this" We lea ill this fact in connection with this the lioitit Jute holders of t\\11'01'1'1\ +. III t this is not conclusive on us, It is of high authority J'll(1.U'1' ,

)t place and Jacksonville was' by the gentlemen important work, that the Hotllllarlil': \ litigation that company occupy no other under the I' 'I'III..talll'l's.1111 the urll 7; t(i:>ltw flhn? JUr'll:
than that of of not inclined[ to disregard it. T he holdcrsofthe'muttcreialpapcr'mutt Fn \ rn, January I IsSLMalmaison \ l
the : Pair the Peninsular position" an equitable owner 1'\11 :.i
; attending :State by waytit' composing: this company are all men oftyctttiiiuulthey
the stock of Littlefield in Jacksonville, I I O I thy I thecompanyunl : [ despite) Interesting hl"lorl'I'ul
i; n: lrolIl.; They left here at five intend putting this work ofconstcjiction l'oll"al'olaobile: [ company, and all in- : bought on the faith of the Stale are entitled associations, |Iv dooiu I: ed to ,

o'clock in the morning, and registered the : I through at once. One I fact maybe eumbranccs on the property necessarily: I to (he hl'lIli of every presumption in tetl'Il OII.
incumbrances: the stock\which the ; their favor.Tin1 Already the park surrounding It has \(
k hotel in Jacksonville at four o'clock the stated about which there can be no doubt.Should property .t'll'OI'l'I'h.,1
in legal cITeet rl'pri..elll'l. The settlement next t Important inquiry is: whether Into building lots, upon which
afternoln.Pe shall soon be joined to this road further than Morri
name no
t t with Swepson W.M' 4nd.>uhtcdly conditional the! necessary :lltho..itIiII the issue: ami exchange vii huts, such us tho Parisian bourgeois' do-
the metropolis by iron bands, and then the :son's Mills[ thirty miles west of Palatka, it and not to be complete until the of 111111" was .given by the corporation
distance will apparently be lessened: Mill will open up one of the finest sections the money agreed on was \paid: but neverthelessthe "t1 Certainly, the resolution: of lights in, are rapidly springing op, and the

more. State, and the lumber business alone which North; Carolina company became by the June -'. l 1.>7H is, on It's face; sulllcient forthat ('hill':1: II-Ill': which has passed into private
transaction seller of the bonds Ii uIIII is es purpose US is also' that t 1871. It is [hands, is said to boon the eve
Settlers are coming into the lako region they propose' to go into extensively, will topped accordingly. true orIrlla meetings Il'tl'III"lilloll.
j veryrapidly, and alon-j the line of Peninsu- ItllllIllo'I'1I1 Its only occupant at present i is an old femalecarelaker
make the road It paying institution. Iron for ; ( were
The refers t to made in 11111 di"l'I"I'
r court an agreement
lar'roaii the lake to Ocala( lands I who has
from are I I I irrc.tnlarund houtsiillleient t nutict'butit Is hl'l'l employed In the
being :secured, clearings made, and orange fifty miles of the mall has been purchased, April, 1S7"\ between the( North Carolina worthy of remark that In (he resolution of dlil'lIl r'l nearly half a (century. She has

trees set out. The fact that in the late freeze and other material will boon hand rcwlvlir companies; and Swcpson and Littll'til'IIIIy November I, rescinding that of June 'J, u curious story to tell of strange, and romantic
neither the trees nor fruit were damaged, the of the iron hone when the track I
move which it +vims lIgn..1 toga the homlsfrum thegovernor there is no pretence that the original resolutions
ruiucidcueccullneeteul with. the
shows conclusively that Orange Lake is tilt'placl'
is laid. \ drawn for the were not passed and hind-
Specifications are
up and sell them, and give onehalfthe lawflly
.-Fcrnnmllwi Mirror. I : hug on the rescission is fate of the late Prince Imperial., It
of the wharf cost of $10iHH l ) I, ; company. put
I Orange Lake is not the only place in Marion [ building a : proceeds. to the North Carolina company entirely on the ground that the f"rlllll' the would that, a few days before the

county where the orange trees were un and we may now look for a livelytitne..- III payment the money u"hicimSwepsuhamidLitticficid :; : bonds was not such as to carry out the Intention 11\1'11 lt' : between France midlermany
tlntka Iffrnlil. of the in directing their
the late freeze. In Ocala and had stolen from them. The eimumrt.speaking company ( the
injured on
youthful 1 Malmalson -
I Issue. Mr.[ L'Kngle aNo, in his letter to prlll'c'I II
the hammocks the town the St. .John of the :sale of the bonds says : and several hours (In
high adjoining Ili"H"aill.' giving notice of the frauds that spent the park
trees! present: a wealth of foliage as rich and ]It is rumored on the streets, and apparently "Th'I'lIInllt! bo a doubt t that the governor Ilhl Ildll'et( on the company, substantially at play. ,\1 ho was about ton'lll'l to '..'"

green as in the middle of summer. And thisis with good foundation, that a new company : of Florida; was active in promoting the sale, that the issue" of thebonds towards evening, a violent thunder
has been formed and will be In as was also to some extent the chairman of was. utithori/.cd by the company IIldl'olltil'tIII"I "torl
:soon active
t lie Vase, we are informed, throughout protest: to the improper u"timid I burst over the park, and a magnificent tree,
county. On Lake Weir the trees escaped unMorchcd. operation to cither extend theSt. Johns the commission appointed by the (icneral: WI: of them. It is clear to our I which IUIIII"1 planted by Napoleon I., m

On the Ocklawaha river the same Railway from its eastern: depot, or for the Assembly of North Carolina, [to manage! the minds from the whole case that but for the ''the preseiuu of 1':tupress Josephine, was

to allow branch to connect withit affairs of Western Division\ ; company.-11).j); ] fruudulentaiePusitionofthe bonds theorporntc
thing! is reported} and Mr. S. A. Long has company action of the In struck by lightning. Tho i people inhabiting

given us a number of oranges plucked from about four miles from its eastern division 'I'ertulglly"says the court, under hudl'l'ireurn..talll them out wIIIIIII\'I' been company('oll"I'\'J'llllIt.putting the neighborhood of )III/ulllll thought tit

trees in his 'I""hiIlCC the frptZc, that showed the first division to extend southward to CS the North (Carolina company d\'It Illlhllt dlllrallr, Ippl'al| | to intrcprct this natural accident us an (

no signs of injury Captain McOahagin[ the Tomoka, and afterward to the head of I is estopped from setting up title to the prill'l'rtr \'ol"llll" record, ... not Olnl'l flrt the Prince I Imperial. The t free was'vl
Indian river and probably to )[lallll, It issaid as against the lionajidc bondholders." star-Iu as to ('llllu tl SllY favorable con
who lives about ten mile south of Ocala, I lidl'rliolllo wltIH..lr otherwise. Hound l seriously Injured, and every effort was made
the selection of the route and surveys' The court then ufllrnicd the! decisions! : of ; both Its life but in vain
brings: oranges to town every Saturday \\'I'MIII| have shown themselves capaMe to save It gradually
will be commenced under the of Judge) Bradley by which the suits brought of t the most sluuiiflccs and "
' )pulled directly from the trees, and Lucy areas supervision 11'\1" weeannot withered and died. Ijite the spring; of
firm and juicy as any oranges we have Ir.11'c ,t'ott as soon us the required town by Stewart for the North Carolina company; : hit look with 11 [ / 1"1| everything IN"!!time Intcndaiit ofllletllt'IIIJI\'t'urlll'r!
they We regret it 1 is not in
11'101 say. it should bo '
Marion has thousands of ship diagram can prepared, and I, it is believed were dismissed.The 1. tat ( Ul p"IC
ever seen. county our power (o rdit.\.i the corporations\ whose decayed timber defacing[ the park. Ou
I will be made in time to transfer the court, proceeding' to decide the case of
acres of rich elevated hammock lands, splendidly Iliirl they permitted to IllnUJl" I the first of I June, accordingly, the shattered
adapted to the successful! productionof hands now on the "-lIvcro-ls- : road as: soon as Schiittc, a/a., and the railroad companies the ('II".llt'I't' tlllr wanton Napoleonic tree was felled to the earth and

t his" lusfious and saleable fruit, which can I that route i is completed to Jacksonville.About .- holds that each company became bound /for l'I'\'adll of trust ; .fur judgment this that very day the[ gallant Prince (hu1crialwort
cannot be done without those who
injuring >l Main by Zulu assegais in far-distant
\be bought for ;?." per acre and upward, according I two weeks ago a little daughter ofMrs. I the bond which it issued and dcjMisjtcd with innocent of all wrung.II4S1ll,1'(1..I11'5.. Africa. He, strangely enough, was the lastNaitoleon

I to the remoteness from transportation. : [ Jaumes.t. Micklcr[ stuck a nail in her thcgovernor exchange for the State bonds, who set loot in Malmulsoii Park,

The lands are not only adapted for foot. While at school Wednesday morning to the extent of those which were much pur- and the coincidence[ of his melancholy fate,

but produce line vegetables of every she was seized with a spasm and died soon cbaeed by the Dutch bondholders." In arriving with that of the tree Ilultl'tIIJ his grcatuticistor -
oranges )
at this determination the Ix U'jRTIIISTtUtU"loL: tol'NT IN was, to say it, m,.t reimirkuble .
1'rer l'ourt'a>l I
them after.- Auyuttliic
be made
description. Enough can on fulfilment of dismal theolGpringuf
TIIK SKXVTK--XK.VVroitl HHK.WII.T tur'ca."t,
governed by the' decisions\ made by the :Su .
bear ,
while waiting fur the trees to to sup- (wpulursuuIM'rotitiun
tlif the
TIll HAlLKOAl CASKS.We prehteCourtof Floridawitiehdecishuristbe )jiort u family and put away something for a have before us a copy of the decision Supreme Court of the 1'nilcd State express! WAHIUXOTOX, I), C., February 5. at the tl I'h.tt: under the presidency of M,

I rainy day besic1t's-Oral liauurr. During' the week, the electoral count question (Jrevy. Farrv'n bill, relative to thersggunizutiun
of the Supreme Joiirt' of the Tinted Statesin complete approval of as well a* acquiescence: .

Putnam the railroad cases We make some extracts ill.ftl'r alluding to the (tccbion that has 1)'clllt'lllllt of attention of the team was taken of Intoconxkk'rutloii.the army exemption. The sys bill
Since October 1, 18SO, 1,793! : bales of cotton Senate the inter-uwrutilc canal and railroad
from which our readers will be able the bonds issued by the governor were not ; was with t''rtall htMlifeutlossuppruveulby l
have been shipped from this place on, one to understand the grounds on which the constitutional obligations or binding on (he projects have had! the distinguished! attention the cabinet, Those young men uludying far

steamer alone. If one boat has thus carried court decided that the Florida Central and State, the court says : of the lobby, while society in general U the tlurll.'ho, under the ICW urrulet

some 7$3,5.50( pounds of the raw material in Jacksonville Pensacola & Mobile railroads Hut it follow that because the divided hetwt'cl the gllt.tl' of the season, teit. to serve one year tl.
by no mean ( will pan that |,-rh>d in time of peace
four months it will be seen that our article were subject to liens in favor of the Dutch State is not liable on its bonds, the companies and tho pnwqH'ctivc splendors the grand In tl military ll"IIIII[ intcud of actually

I last week regarding the feasibility of establishing bondholders.The are free from rusjtonsiljility under their JImuratlmple mind fl'tvllC to take place !cl!under dixj>cni statutory mortgages fly the express provisions with the clause of the bill whit U
a cotton factory here, was a pertinent North Carolina railroad four WI'lk. hence. one thing is 1'mlulHe '
companies'suits of the act the State bond were to be 1tlul attaches thcseyouug men to the.utubuiuutecoriu
L and seasonable one.7i'fna fbutity which caused so much delay and enor- given the company( in exchange; for its own propitious Wl'ltll'r, 'I'ntcss tilt"Ut.1 shall in lime uf war The council, ul-

JUUNIIll. moss costs, are mniinarily disposed of in the I b/lllll,.. The company( not the :State, was to h'U11 more kindly in Washington than now, suggested that tnvltwi of *
At Murphy's Island, near this place, two i use' and diMiose, of the State bonds. The ol>. all these elal>orate preparations fur u grand lion (Ilh'llllJ II) adopt .UtioUJ_ of
following Passages : of the Mate to aid] the with
ject was coiuiaiiy be
rfujfielv entitled
goats were recently killed by a panther anda these facts with the aid inartimotli Ilt''urutOII, and UI hldlllj.IIIulll"t
gathered bonds l
Upon Us credit The State were to Le made IlrrM'l'fIOI t'rH' "''llul or one year contingent,
sharp lookout has been kept up ever since of counsel: from the confused mass of laapf.'NLruu payable to bearer, and negotiable, while the I "tUIMI'I1 hull most meet with, at least., but In-obliged' tu uf sul'*

for the uuiniul, by the eople up there until ht here as the transcript of (part of the conqiany bonds were to the State alone and partial failure, and the multitudinous pilgrlmage ccxsfiil study, and lr"lucc'r.iiu'n. > |>e-

last Sunday night On the night mentioned, record below, and filling nearly fifteen hundred not negotiable. The coiiq-any bond were from the frozen, lakes, the prairies, rio(1 of ten )'t'll In u 'public scli'}d, or I .
l'rilltCtImg' many questions have to lxm.iupoi bond and payable at the name one indicated by the
Mr. linker heard his hounds under full cry been presented and ably argue!. We will time and place! as the state bond, and, if the Plymouth JtJk.,11w orange groves, and one The war ulllcc ba II jint IIkr.i.iieil a iiulkowhkh

in the distance, and after ]listening forawhile, first consider the sj>ecial ]>o .itioii which the company j aid it.* Interest in gold it wasthe) ur two other localities in the tlIl"l, will will hues tlt.atlfartioii of all |pat '.I-

i attentively, he found that they were runI j I Western North Carolina company, a* the duty of the State to pay in the came "I1Y It have its 10' frost bitten. f"lrth of utkrl''tvnchnten i bu* L.1 tti.lt't t.> pw
j yuccensor of the Western Division company, is clear therefore, the intention was, that tHo"- sent each regiment in .
ning in a circle, as their voices: .would die j March U traditionally beastly day, and Ids I u I'.v-
'' occupies. So far its the Kloriila Central is tweeii the Mute and the company, the Hate! ture commemoruti.e, of lb must striking
away in the darkness and then break out 1 concerned, it is not claimed that the WCllt.1, was bi LU the guarantor of the company not believe that Vennor hhu.11 able to feat of urns In. It" l.i.tory subsequent. tu the
ogain'clear and full the dogs rounded Division could have 'hud other bonds awl the the ameliorate the ..
tut up, era any rlghl.l'l company priiuip.ildebtor eigcr 1llllilpilg cruelty of year 17! Tliff paintings; are tu
and every time the round was made the cpr j than such as belong to a stockholder With the public, however, it was the proverbial weather. an ornament fur tlit mes < rro<"'ptiunrwutrs Mn.J
hug a controlling interest in the stock of the' "! different. There I he :Slate wo the debtor of the relative j [ regiments. la "'
ere narrowed. thilf.uauU'un'ringouthe There i much talk uhddiseussiomoftucan's ionvqiifof
I corporation. Its money were wrongfully; ,I and thcoiiiiany| wa:* only known thru.:lithe this exc rlliit detUioa ,>f the "
part of the varmint," )Ir. Maker knew it invested in that stock by an embezzler.! statutes under which the txiiiMit.l aiurdert>)'I'Ifit.grlt';

to Iw a panther. He grasped his: gun, and, Swepsoii, the embezzler, bought the tuck as II out, and the certificate endorsed on the huul,r of vi.itor who are exj|>cctc4 to eral and. t' >iiimandingorticcr il.thearmy
rock, and i if the company whose money .I I bonds thcruselve. which were that the statebed to the urihl\ uf umk'r
the darkness
notwithstanding and danger, : be in the city (during the wick of the t'ardl > tIt (* rl|
was +dtutotslibi! i,urchac,the tockmu the unit mortgage l) 'ud< uf the railroad III1U. ', and l all
started for the place where the animal had ..t be taken as be held it, and subject to ,, company for u like am >unt a* m-urity j gu; rat ion. Many of lime military) cuinpatiie their111111'IaN (tabulated tu '14 furil, th. '1'lrti t.C i-

atL L tome to a stand all'a... fighting the such incumbraiicc a< were put on it while to the le'IIltr l hereof." $;-i'tt l Lion J)1 ''10 propose to sleep in the Pullman l'l that tll interesiing:work uf art.

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I;?. VOL. III. PEUNAND1NA SATURDAY, FEimtTAV 1 12, 1 1881. NO. 1 lt).

!;: STATE XEWS.Alochna. dogs.: Tin was in an almost: interminable !i in his hands, This -is not seriously d's;>utod. state: with. such endorsements I the company bring them Ill'I't. :Some propose todiullengc
.. j j As to the Jacksonville, IVnsacnla: \lflhi1(' I put on the market and sold. I'mlcr these the horrors of
jungle! of briars, vine! and scrub, and it was war by bivouacingin: the
I ('()I1II'LIun attempt i i.s made to reach the circumstance: the certificate of (the governor 1'11ii'
J only by I the breaking i of undergrowth, the l'rul'cetyoftheeontii iiy'hecauverttlctrod. as to the security:" held by the :state i Is In legal parks. mitimore and Alexandria aremaking
TI" S.vaT.t FJ: l'.uur.-The steam excavator yelping of hounds and the :sullen" growl of deed or agreement executed by Dibble to etl'cct! the certificate i I or the company itself, l'f'II'aliol to' uecommodate tlmso
has worked its through swamp, Swopson after! the from the and equivalent; to an the whom
way the ferocious beat that the conflict could conveyances agreement on I'"ttIII' it will prefer to seek lodging
ponds: and hills, until it has reached the il Trustees oft the ]Internal Improvement 1 Pniul the company, that the bond, as far as the outside t ,crowded '
be located. IJaker his all tuurs over No
dropped on } mutter
had: been procured through Svvcpson's fraud. security i is concerned, i i'l the valid obligation I cl
waters of Santa PC Lake. Then, turning and l'rwlillI1linll"I forward came to I That instrument purported, however, to be of the State. The ('n*(' is clearly within( the! ( what may be the disappointments and the

around 1, it is on its way back to trim up and where could be seen dimly outlined againstthe I in trust for Swcpson: to convey to the company reason of the rule which makes every endorser regrets of the occasion, those! wiio ('llI hereto
finish its work. The bridge across the canal to be created I by an act )incorporatingthe commercial paper the guarantor of crowd will bo
starlit sky the immense form of I the pan} l IIl'I'U satisfied: I if not happy.
purchasers of the property a* soon as the genuineness and validity ol the instrument
t il between lakes Alto and Santa Fe is being ther. Owing to the ague of the light ll.ikcr I the IIl'I''I':
pushed rapidly forward. When a this i is fin was enabled to get quite near without attracting I he obtained.: It was not executed in a form under these circumstance (the company is: Senate, whether it bo Republican or Democratic -

l ished the dam will be cut, the waters of the notice" and, I lying full \length on the to puss' title, and the security was only to estopped: so liras I:.. its own liabilities( are 1:1111l'I'rII.I : ha* gailcln.llliolal, interest from'
lakes will mingle and communication by continue under this plan; until the contemplated from denying the validity, of the
he equivocal attitude( of
ground, threw his gun to his shoulderand corporation t could' In- orgmnizYl.11'hctt Lund Having negotiated Ihl'lIUII the 1'laln David
ti;, water be opened' between Melrose[ and Waldo. fired just as the panther; rose with a the act of incorporation was' obtainedthe I faith of such u certificate, the company must Da\i. Thl' isnulerous llnoi-al docs! not

W region will be opened up to !settlers mighty spring in the air and shot over him, cuugxulyat once, without objection fromSwcpson be held to \' agreed, as a part of its: own make graceful wl'nlhl'f'o'k. but just: i IIW

J which, however inviting for other reasons, falling dead on the other side It was a very or any the one in his interest, took contrail whatever that was, that the bonds he i is thought by many to boasfiekleasthosoelllgies I
possession: of property and operated the were obligatory.In .
.t has been hit hl'rlu'CQ' uninviting on account. fl'ut11,1 of (Ihe "bird) of dawning" which
daring a dangerous experiment, mil mud: :owner. Littletield) \\ ho had :succeeded to the Plorida I Central the ornament
of its distance:; from market and transporta anil, \l Ir. Haker was fortunate in getting out to all of Swepson's' right* under his: respect court the burn minarets of the "'t''I'I'1

tion. The steamboat is nearly finished, all of I the jungle with only a few briar scratches. several contract., assumed (the absolute control says : Slates. They say that while the Ilctuus'rats
of the and was' its principal: As to the Florill.'t'lIlral Company, however
the parts arc made and on the ground The panther measured !'I''IIIIIIII1half feet stockholder, lloth :Swcpson\ and I Uttlclicldwere the case 1 1' ditl'crcnt, and it i 1:1 claimed; \ were in power, and everything looked promising

arc being put in place as fast! as possible. from tip to tip, and was on exhibition at named I as corjMirators of the Jacksonville not only I that t the :statute did not authorize for Ihl'l, Ibis huge indicator voted after

This boat is constructed to carry passengers 1.tgh'I!
Ifl und freight, and for towing ; it \b' well and will he stuffed and mounted by IIl'TII.- >ratcd on the :same day with the purchasers : of the lien, but aln (that the company did ticklish, he vote with the ,
which shortly after, as no doubt was not in its torPoratec11nraelcrcxecutc itsown( Ih'llhl'II1111:11 :
strongly built ; its machinery is unusually One hundred hands commenced grading the from the beginning intended absorbed! the bonds or make the exchange.A : ('. \ : think he will tilt thl'II'rilL

;J powerful for the size of the boat. This is to railroad on Wednesday morning at the cud purchasers' corporation and took possessionof : .1' the first 1 question, we deem it sufllcient ( upper house of millionaires and bosses totheir

give it power to tow heavy rafts of 10h A of Main street It was a lively time. Such its property. No one ever disputed the to 1111Ihnt the Supreme' Court of Plor side.SenatorConkling's.
,4 large sawmill at the Waldo end of the canal title alt t the Jacksonville, I'ensacola it Mobile( ida has distinctly decided that In the case" of ( the
s an event had never happened in this Community l'OllpnlUlltil long after this litigation began this company, as w'I1I1'1 the other, the :statutory speech on Morgan
;1 expects to he !supplied' chielly1by logs towed before. It was thought by many: and(\ the Western Division company: in 1Illhorilwa1l complete.( The point r"ol1II01 denying/ (the right of (the VicePresident .

from the lake Santa Fe Lake ]has about that they never would live to see this march its original bill distinctly averred that the wu directly made by (the pleadings nl\lllts : tocoitnl the doctoral vote, was the

eighteen miles of :shore. The timber on its of improvement. Hut to their astonishment ownership of the ,,property was in that com direct 1'11:01111'.101\: the ('ollrt.Ilholl h, event of (the week. As usual: Whl'l It be
Littletield lucid interest the bill in the dismissed because
pany. a controlling : case was finally :!
"f+ margin has! hitherto been too far off to be the work started, ashy magic, and now I the in the stock, and that undoubtedly represented it was not proved that any of( he State ('IIII'lIoi"III ur'.lllhlIIUI thegrcatNew York

.i{ used except for domestic purposes. Thi* canal town talk is the railroad, and the upward I the proceed of Swepson's embezzlement bonds had been !sold (the decision was In no Senator had (he ,floor there was rush fort t ho

Ii opens market which will give cash for tendency of things: which means better invested In the I'ensacola it (Joorglu just sense ,lid 11111. It cannot be said that u Senate galleries, and before the close of hisbrief
and Tallahassee bonds through which the case is not authority I on one point because' ,
1 and land which has hitherto ,
] thus
I logs, returned filled
times of lots increase of comfortably by'
population, North Carolina company seeks to reach the although that point was properly presented 1I1'I.1 t"'rH'rl
I to its owners:: nothing for first cost anal enterprises that never fail to follow in properly. This i i.s clearly recognized in the and Ill'l'lecllll the regular course'lIfIIC'OI' an nl and 1 admiring audience. The

t to and.taxes, will become source of revenue. the wake of u movement like this. :Said a contract I of :settlement I entered into I betweenSwepson tlt cause, something radical ground betook in support of the
This great work has been carried out entirely hundred. I Littletield, and the commissioners: /found in the (' which disposed ol (the whole main proposition of (the and bin
visitor stood ] at the rl'IICllltill
as we looking
Carolina the Itlth of Here the
of :North on April matter. proclscqiicstion" 1 was prop '
] by private means! ami too much credit :
.f cannot be given to all parties connectedtherewith. the cut, What docs all this mean, whatare Carolina company should be paid (the money considered: in the opinion. Th'III''i"iol oil publican in their request to vote, thus ruis.

} "history from projection toco11Ipletion they doing?" We replied that this was it had lost from the proceeds) the sales: of (this question was! as much 111101 the judgment ing the Illl'lol mutt 'quorum und preventing -
be / the state bonds: to be issued to (the Jacksonville of the court as was ( any otherof
would I
an interesting chapterin I the disposal 1: (the resolution
the of the Southern yesterdaywas
commencement great I'euu\"aenlit: .\: Mobile company on the the 1I\'rllnath'rs on hich the case I: as uwhole ot
i I the history:; of Alachua county.-(Wrfjionilcncc route down the peninsula to the (lull Ah faith of its' ownership of this very property.Certainly depended. the I subject of" II 1I1.1 comment at( the

Gittitcn-Ulc Sun Hint lice.Ma said he, they have gone at it at last." Main I under such circuiuMances: : the This, like (the constitutionality of the act, I time and throughout the. city last night. f
North C Carolina: company i is estopped from is u iiuesfion of local law. Itdcpciidsonthepeculiar (
'I 1 I'ton. !street i is now the greatobject attraction, I setting up title to the 'property as against I condition i I of local I all'.ilrs.. I the decision TIII
I cMiir.ir. ,
1 The best time ever made between this "'e learn this" fact in connection with this lhclna.ifii/tcholdersiftltest'Lund\ ". In I this I 1 is not t'.utt-Itustvo' on us, I is high authority 1'II\l1
To; i:liti the Mirror
0,1 > >f ( ;
place and Jacksonville washy the gentlemen important work, that the Itoston parties: litigation; (that company CIII111'1'111' no other under tll'lr'III.IIII'I'I,111 we are ,
attending the State Pair, by way of the Peninsular composing this company: are all men of position. ban( that of an equitable owner of not Inclined ( 11"1'1' TIl of PAIUS, Fiiwi:, ./January :.S, 1 11 i
the stock, of lattletield ill JuckonIlle.. t Iluccuuunercialh.Ihar'Iutunit' I by I the companyand )llllal"ol, despite\ Its Interesting historical '
,' 1l: lrou'1. They 1 left here at live wl'alth1111, they illtl'llIll'llltln this" work;: ofcoiistuiction I'uns.icolu it: Mobile company, and all In- bought on the faith/ of tli. :State are entitled associations, is doon "d to destruction.Already : .
o'clock In the morning, und registered:; at the ; through at once. One 'fact IIIUYheslatc.l cumbrances) : on the propeity I are necessarily to the benefit of every pl'I'MIIIIIOIII
(incumbraiiccs) on the !stock which the their favor. t lie park "lrl'olllllll I has been
; hotel in Jacksonville! at four o'clock the ( about which there ('uIIIIlJ nodouht. Property
\c'gall'lTl'l't\ represents' The settlement The next important inquiry is whetherthe converted I Into building lots, upon which
': same Ilf'lerlloon."re shall soon be joined to Should this road further than Morri
go with Swepson w-.u ,.,.ndoiihtedly conditional necessary authority I for 1"I""lc andexchangu \Illus I such the ilo-
the metropolis} by iron bands, and then the son's Mills, thirty miles west of I'alatka, it and not to be complete until the of the bonds 'wu".jl\'III\ the corporation a 1'rj.111 Ixiurgcoi.s

distance will apparently be lessened stillmore. will open up one of the finest sections in the money agreed;; on was paid' but nevertheless itself.! ( of lights in, IIralhl springing up, and the

State, and the lumber business alone, whi11tlll'Y I the North Carolina company became bv the June/ -', |,s7". is, "llt" face, snllldent rorllUt 11:1'11 ; wlldl has passed Into private
I transaction seller\ of the bonds. ami! i is estopped purpose: us i is of April 13,11+71| I{ hands, is said to lout the eve (
1 Settlers are coming into the lake region propose: to go into extensively, will) I accordingly., true litllelicld now swears that. these Or.'llllloll.
11..t.IIIs Its
i, very rapidly, I\nclalon< the line of lVninulur'roud : make the road a paying institution. Iron for The court refer t I. made in of. (the Ntockholders 11,1 directors( were only O''Ulllt Illl.i'lIt I is an 011111"1111
> un agreement :
from the lake to Ocala, lands\ arc I I irnv'iilaraiidillioiitsiillificnt i t ixitice.but it is (':I'-Iak.r. wIll 1'1'1 employed in the
miles of the road l has been \,
fifty purchased
I being secured, clearings made: und orLIIetrl' : April, 1 INTO, between the. North Carolinacompanies worthy of remark that, in tin r"llltiol ofNuventbcr rhllcautlirntnrly half century. :She bus
The fact that in the late freeze and other material will boon hand: ready, for I
<'S set out. (and Sath1sl.ntall Littletield, by 1M I I. rescinding (that of June :, curious to of strange and, romantic -
neither the trees nor fruit were damaged, the move of the iron tore when the track: which it was agreed togct the! bonds 'from. (ht'gnvero.r then1 that the resolutioi I story Il.\ I
i'lllllrch''I IIj.tillal connected uith. the| ,,
shows conclusively: that Orange Luke is theplace. : ( "illdl'II"c | l 111.|
is laid. Specifications' drawn /for, thebuihdiug ) pt1. 111I1 hllldkng -
up and sell\ (them,, and give one-half
.-FeriHtiiiHitn Mirror. ,fate of I the late Prince It
on (the The rescission: Is ancholy
i Orange; Lake is not the only place in Marion of the wharf rust of a $10iMi', the proceeds' to the North( (Carolina! companyin entirely on 1'0111:11) that the 101'101 put the.bonds would apH| 'nr that, I few 11):4 111'rinl. the

county where the orange trees were uninjured and we may now look f"rlin'lr time.- ( payment the money Swcpson and I was not such as to carry In- outbreak of hostilities Ill'IWl'CI Prance und

late freeze. III Ocala and I'lilnttii J lent lit. Liltlcficld had stolen from them., The court tl'ltiol of the ('1111:11III IIrl..tl} theirIssue. the
the on (
by 1 \I r. I : in : toItoissevuln Oermany> )yonlhful prince vlslt4i| Mat-(
the high hammocks adjoining the town, the St. Johim speaking of the sale of the bond uy.s : giving notice! of (the frauds (that 1111:101 and spent several IIIIII the park

trees present u wealth of foliage as rich and\ It is rumored on the !strectsnnd apparently There cannot bo doubt that the governor had been practiced I on Iho( company, :sub ut\. play. ,\\ho was about to return to Paris

green as in the middle of summer. And this: I with good foundation that a new company of Plorida was active( in promoting, the sale I Ilalliull111''e1I',1 (that (the issue of (thebonds towll'IIp evening, u violent ,thunder storm,

is theVae we ure informed, throughout the has been formed and will soon be in active 1wa.."! also to some extent.. the chairman of was l Ins.IIIIIri1,1 protest to the I by (the, company usctliut unittontine burst over the park, and a magnificent tree,

county. (On Luke Weir the trees escaped un- operation to cither extend the St. Johns the commission appointed' by the (ieiieral was being made of them 11111'11'1 i to our which had I 'been planted by Napoleon I In

scorched. On the Ocklawaha river the same Railway from its eastern depot, or for thecompany I Assembly of North Carolina; [to manage: (the minds from the. whole case (that but/ for' the the I'l''III'IJ of 1utpress: Josephine, wasstruck
to allow branch to connect withit I affairs of Western Division) eumpany.-h:n.] I fraiululcnt disposition" of the. bonds !Incorporate -
thing is reported, and )[r. S. A, Long bus a action of in by 1 lltlil The people inhabiting

given in a number of oranges plucked from about four miles from its eastern division, "Certainly: ," says the court, under such )t hl'l out would I tl\ 1'1'1 company el 11",ic (1"1i11 the neighborhood of )[UII:1111 thought lit

trees in his yard since thc fret zc, that showed the 'first division to extend southward to circumstances! the North Carolina: company cienl. Ii ttieth.I.I" character, as! it to intrcprct this natural' accident: us un

no feigns of injury. Captain1c[ aluagtu, I the Tomoka, and afterward to the head of Is estopped' from setting up' title to the! property all through \'IIllmiloll' record 1111'UI omen fur I the !Prince Imperial Thctrcewtmseriously t'vl

who ]lives: about ten mile south of Ocala, Indian river, and probably! to Miami. It i is:l as against the lioitnjidr bondholders." nidi 11'4 to entitle him''to or anv olwrwl.favorable'('. HoundSvvcpMon con.siderationto.aw'itlit IljurI, ul.I every effort was made

brings oranges to town every Saturday said the selection of the route and surveys The court then allirmcd the decisions ofJudge have )both shown themselves capable .t to save (its life' but in vain. It gradually

. pulled directly from the trees:l, und they areas will be commenced under the supervision of Braille)', by which the suits broughtby of I tin- (most shameless frauds, and we wllll'rt'll und 11.,1. Lite In the spring of

firm and juicy us any oranges, we haveever Dr. Wcstcott as soon as: the required township Stewart for the North Carolina company; cannot hit look with 1'j>icon! ii|>oii everything ll7U! Intcndanl of the chateau guvcordcrHthat
they do or say'. "e regret it Is not in it nlio'ild bo cut down well
were dismissed. as us someotherdecayctlthitherdefucirgtheJ.utk
be and it is believed
seen.farion has thousands of diagram can prepared, :
county IOu power to rlie\'l' the | ", whose
c'nrINJruti. On
Jamls will be made in time to transfer the The court, proceeding! \. decide the ciiscofSchutte Hairs '
acres of rich elevated hammock splendidly } tl.y 11\.u tl manage, he first of Juno accordingly, the shutteredNapoleonic
adapted to the successful production hands: now on the "'u>'crllss road us: soon us : \ (t. "li., and the railroad companies, I from consequences' of their wantonbreaches tree was felled to the earth, und

uf this: luscious: and saleable fruit, which can that route completed: to Jacksonville holds that each company' became bunnd for cannot be of trust without; but in injuring uur judgment. tll. that very day the gallant Prince 1111'rialWII"
the boifd which it issued and ItOl1 those \ 11:11 by Zulu _'gui* in
weeks little of dcjiosilcd with 1
About tWI daughter .
be bought fur.5 per acre und upwards, according ago I are I innocent of J 1 wrong. Alricu. He, Mrungcly ( wiw the 1I.tlttlcUI
# thcgovcrnor exchange for the State") bonds., 'IIUIII.
to the remoteness from transportation. Mrs. James' A. Micklcr stuck u nail in her ( who set lout >11 Park,

The lands: arc not only adapted furunmg'i foot. While ut school Wednesday morning to the extent of t those which were much purchased ..1811.\J1'1.\' \EH'.V. un.thueolutidcuct'of! : his melancholy,

but tine vegetables of every she was seized: with a spasm and died soon by the Dutch bondholder" In arriving with that of the tree 1lultl.'tlllY Isis greataacostar
at this' determination the court wa IX '(; 'TI( )"TTY -KUUToltU, COl'NT IN was, lo say the leust'tt if, u mot re-
description. Enough can be made on them, 1\01'-81. Augitftiitf Pal' fulfilment( of dismal 1
TIIK VToK s : ', I Ilrklll. fUr'cu..t,
the decisions made I the Supreme : IYXTYFS f'uSKJSI' HI.V..
governed by :
while waiting for the trees to bear, to sup- To the Klitor uf the Mirrur offspring of ,popular )Ul'l.nttllI.'
TIll ItAlLliOAlt CASES. of which decisions! I ,
Court Florida, the At the cabinet c I
p.ut a family and put away something for u We have before us u copy of the\ decision Supreme Court: of the I'nited State expresscomplete WASIIIJM.ITOX, i D. C., February 5. ut the Klysee: under "twi/tlll Illruilt:
rainy day besides.-Ocala Jlnunri During the week, the eleetorulcuuut irevy, tiencral i Furry'bill, relative to the
I of the Supreme Court of the I'nitcd :States! ] approval of as well as acquiescence:
1'utnatn. most of the attention of the reorganization of I the army exemption
in the railroad l'a"'l'c make the unoccupied ty.
.some illfh'r
extracts alluding to decision that was The bill
Since October 1, 11(80, 1.70J: bales of cotton Senate the intcr-oceaniu canal and I tl'll. tuhl IUhH'IIHIJcrutol.
from which our readers! will IHJ able the hounds issued by the governor' were not ; "\lrOll was, with (' by
have been shipped from this! place on one understand the ground: on which the constitutional obligation or binding! un the projects have hail the distinguished attention the cabinet Those young II'l.t u.I111 fljr
steamer alone. If boat has thus carried of the while the church, who, under
one : court decided that the Florid] Central I and State: the court says: lobby, mxriety in general U malt e.
some 782,5.50( of the raw material in divided between the of the will have to J.ft ole your with I liecolors -
Jacksonville, I'ensucola] it Mobile railroad Hut it by no means follow that because the Kuh.tl' time ut *'ace
four months, it will be seen that our article were subject to liens in favor of the Dutch State i ill not liable on its bonds the companies and the 11)"II'.tlvc splendors of the grand 11 the military wil'l/l 11"1111.tlut II'riuIIII, h."tl'lcl uf actually|

lost week regarding the feasibility of establishing bondholders.The are free from fl"jjINJOlliLilit under their J 1111 rut 111 ItC ll festivities to take place being IJlh'r teiisutlu U in

a cotton factory here, was a pertinent North Carolina railroad statutory mortgages. Ity the express provisions four week hence. Hut one ting 1 li II'OtfulI'flitlolJ ul'l'mlulcu with the clause of the bill! vrhli h
companies' of the act the State IjoiuN were to I be attaches these young to the ambulance
and seasonable one.-/wf a/i County which caused much and given the in exchange for Its weather. the skies shall 11
suits, so delay enormous company own llll corps. in time of war. The. l'lldl. utitp] ,
Juurnnl. ('Obltre summarily disputed! ] of in the Hoiid.s. The company, not the Slate: was to t beam more kindly in WWllgtul than now, sugg'-stcd 1 that )\..of religious institution
At Murphy's Island] near this place, two use and disiiose of the Statewall./ The object all these elalxmttu l'r"lorutlull for u grand I intending to adopt tlC profession ol
following >a' :
| sages of the Hate to aid the with should
was '
bo ;
company teaching not .t- entitled tuserve
gouts were recently killed by a panther, anda prix-cMxion, mammoth decoration*, and .
these facts with the aid
Upon gathered its credit. The State bond: were to be made in the wi-ond or one year '
sharp lookout has been kept up ever ince of counsel, from the confused mass of |11U1J-r| :! payable to bearer, and negotiable, while the | 1.11. must 11l'.t with ut least, but !he ullOI tu .,pn-lucc uh''OlthIKtllt.* of ucrcssful -
for the animal by the people] up there, until brought here as the transcript of ,part of the company bond were to the State alone and (artlal failure, and the multitudinous pilgrimage .11ly. und enguge cl'rtl Ii for u l p e-

last Sunday night. On the night mentioned, record below, and tilling nearly fifteen hundred not negotiable. The company bond were from the frozen lakes, the prairie, ,, riod uf ten ).1.1.In u 'public s'huud. [, or m
I'riutccllag (IUc.tiolhave to 1 bwi bond and at the
many coupon payable name indicated by (the
Mr. Baker ]heard his hound, under full cry been presented\ and ably argued. We will time and place as the state bond, and, if the 1'lYIUutl( l llock, the orange grove, and ole ole The! war ottice hut II Jntlt iw uod a notice

in thediatanceuedafter, )listening for/twhile. I j first consider the special J jx ositIot' which the company j-uid it.* Interest in gold it was the or t two other Ilculitil' in the Union, will wlih.wlllloct tIlt Kiiisfditioii of all 1 ja' 01-

attentively, he found that they were funning i j Western North Carolina coinjuny, as the I duty of the State to pay in the same \\'a)'. It have its noe front bitten. The fourth of : I/'ndllll.. It tins heist decided tf> pre
successor of the Western Division cuuulwny.occupies. i Is clear therefore, the intention was, that between : sent regiment in (the service with
1 in a circle as their voices,would] die I March I h traditionally beastly day, and I da .udl pic
CVntrul'isconcerned. I
So far us the Plorida the State and the company, the State ( of this
away in the darkness and then break out it i 6 not claimed that the Western I wa to be the guarantor of the company not believe that Vcnnor himself L aic. t tat''' uf'IJIIIU'llorut\.u Url" il subsequent J1a striking tu the
again'clear and full the] rounded Division could have had other bonds und the the 1 ameliorate the and i"
us .dog up, ( any right,,' coiiquiiiy principaldebtor. cjxr. nipping cruelty of year I'M. Thf j uiuting are to 4an
and every time the round w as made the cir- 1 than such us belong to a stockholder hold I With the public, however, it wa. the proverbial weather. ; I ornament (Ir th( itl'ss4urrc'eptionrnutis InC
jug a controlling interest in the stock of the j different. There tlaut.ile:: MM the ,debtor\ of the lu
He narrowed. thin inummveringonthe There talk and discussion of 1"II'"tl" e'JIt..tIU"
JJy 1(1IIIfltJ. "l
lu and the known I 1.111. mean
corporation. money were wrongfully company wa only tbrou/ti uf this excellent ( the offUe.Icncrul .
part of the varmint," Mr. Maker Imeit t invested. iu that stuck by an embezzler.! the statutes under which the bond I.. werv putout for the entertainment of the universally ( .ur.ha i.ti .i unorder. to'I the Ken'
I .
tu l he a i ant her. lie grasped bill gun, allJ'I'i inotwithstanding Sweitton; the embezzler, bought the .t
the darkness Und J rock, and i if the company whose moues I' bud'.thcns4rlres. which were that the ituteheld" in the city during the wick of the inauguration. to search the urthlyc' tll. curl iiixh-r
laa.llatl was ellllll'ulc..1 Iflitu.tshir .urisa.thesGxk'j the tir.tunrtgageloudauf; l the rail- their and to furnish all .
started for the place where the animal j nm"t be taken a* he hell it, and subject to j( .oa.1 l ci last come to a stand and wa fighting the such incumbrunowa* were put on it while! I tu the holder 'hereof "Such" tJ bond of *!'i. I 1n'I"" to sleep in the Pullman curlthat these Interesting( radl1ih.Hi'll. t

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I Tell: Jf II'I'1' MAX. The joke of this suggestion lay in the fact lcri: message they were not in ; Inc I Iltll if she bad 1)1 kill'II-1 1 could not ]have time to In remark that alert something, graceful inexplicably K'rm-some-familiar

that trIo else heroic Cumliou was what, is have another opportunity II- borne it I I wish this war was over" with its blue-bclted
Hv day, no bitter cares assail called afraid of young ladies! ; that is, he charging my commission. In the ( "'1 :she IIrH,17" I inquired( ,. feeling thing i.lousoaml not compatible boots. And what happened{
j My( I' m'cful, calm I contented breast ; could seldom be got to open his mouth in a few days the newspapers' contained the iu- more ulueasv than cared to confess. high it all seemed like un tumultuous -
I Uy night my slumbers never fall tho presence "of any woman who was not formatiol thulsomethingliuvinggone "No. \\'hy should she, poor girl ? She next ? To me I remember leapingtlotvnthrough \

Of welcome rest over thirty auto! married, and If brought to in the banking house of which ('111101'1 had been to see some friends of their some the tln'III to the water's edge 1
bay he would\ slammer and( blush like a father was manager, the latter hud 'Ollllllt the country. ', I gave her man to h\hl'l alive and unhurt,
t Soon as! the sun, with orient beams, schoolboy, Ollel'It III It I twisting )his great cd 11l'i.le. wlrl'cI He hud. spoken the latter remember seeing :'\ head on his
Illne. 'anuliou s
Colds the fair chambers of the clay, hands behind him and glancing anxiously<< ]Hy Jove("" exclaimed Freel]hllol, Whl'l sentence II 1 voice ; now he looked ! Mu..lng, I trace the murmuring streams this way and that. for a chance to holt To lie heard the report "I I \\jsh \ad suddenly up and said, with deepest emphasis ( the shirt Gained with
I That wind their way imagine( him carrying on a courtshipivastoo) hpll 11('. Dear old ('11 on !" "I would give my life to know that she and remember disclosed Helton with ghastly Mice
r I daring/ n (light of fancy, f for. any one but Hel) \\hel ('111111n/11 found ourselves to loves me still as I love her? She did love bloo.t breath tl'arlugloo"e the painter
Around me Nature fills (the scene tOil With children however Camlion of the lie other in the nll ,
was ctllr ail, outbl'ak war me once:? There'l no woman skiff that was moored close at
With boundless plenty and delight ; e completely )home, and he would spend) I 11 Ill'h matured 1 in Iii appearance: though world for me. of a Imat off with frantic ]liatoacross
':! 1 And touched with joy sincere, serene, hours of ''s in his and mind that she's red- I hand, ,
\ t : { { n nursery boyish simplicity gentleness: were I You must bear in I midstream. knew-but how 1
I bless the sight.I tumbling his:' gigantic frame about on the unchanged I had. heard in \n/UI way, i. hot rebel," I ventured to remark. (th that he \111 was going to fetch the
f Moor amid t best-reams. of delight of the small that he had devoted I himself, not without "On the contrary, she's more than half cannot tell- he loved and whom beliadMain.
I bless the kind, creating Poweri iiodv
the woman
,people. He treated them with ardent reverence success, to paying off thc liabilities which inclined, to our side. returned Camlion eag of sharpshooter of
i l Kxertedthns: for frail mankind: ; and abject, forbearance<< and they led his unhappy father Im.lllClrl'l"1, ]Hit con- erly. "She told me almost as much In For the
command descends the shower ]:
At whose
him unresistingly: captive act with I C'I and 1111 the heary her heart she loves the Union best." the Rapidan was onIIHllnle.Hhc her
And blow the wind Our class day came ground at last-tho. preoccupation of his :struggle to atone for This unlikelv assertion increased my misgivings was still .\ been hit hro\gh the

Happy the man who thus at case, longest and loveliest 1 tiny of /'IlIIlIllIl'r-wit the :sins 01(the dead, Instead a embittering tenfolii{ ; but. before I could makeup ill ri"'ht- but she and had fast bleeding to death
side was
Content with that which Nature gives ; its "spreads"} in themIIrOOIll' its dancing itin, :\ brought his strong nature into a my mind what to say I was Minimpned to smiled, we lifted her out, and her
she us
seize on the. college green, its illumination in the snore cheerful frame, and his quiet attend another \idiilof our mysterious enemy Hut distinct andcomposed.
Him gClialt' faint
guilty terrors never : was
He lives.CAl'TAIX. evening, and its various: other diversions made his: companionship: more thal-l'\'r : fin the opposite 1 halk! man was voice, though very
'J 4 truly :Miss Capel' ] was there, and beyond doubt she ightful to flue Hut once, when I asked him, 10rtlllWOlul'd., but before he died. be Camlion{ ," she]
was, in appearance at least, 111'111'11111 that. half jocularly, whether ]he had. no thoughts "! ; ... tlft I IIP had seen his executioner "L'lle by Captain him. lui.1
CAM LI OX.I1Y Frank hail declared her to be. Hut for my of getting linrrilll, he looked at me very ;; -a young: ;; fellow;; : with l"u-tr \-'Ilt' anda "I _to" die beside. __ _IIHI0, \

own part, while recognizing the bewitching; vaguely, and answcrcd.in his deep, straight dark blue jacket, or shirt, who aside no more worthless with 11'n in your army ?"IHl
;, Jfl.IAN HAWTIiOHXK.Ill brilliance of her face and manner/ I found fnrwlrll"oil'e : the bushes and.l looked across at him, the \01 must line me a 1llk'hil had,"
her slender lips) too !'atiriclIIIIIIII her brown met but one whom I smoking ( "I was the one YOwe're
the month of May, J ISlil, we were encamped 1'\'Cillpo unsympathetic to command, entire 1'111.l1Ia\'e Icvel married and 1 gave WOlal her up long If rile illl: hlllll aim had been said Hnvdon m ; "but' at the moment the cap l -
I i under Grant, on the bank of the fealty. She:; was one of those women igo.Do 'Ol remember Miss ( ? with me,'" added 111 the poor dwpl'd had tainlung/ me down and went it forward then
Rapidan. The oppusit05ide of the river was who, as a bare return for condescending! to This led to my telling him 'lld' message him spotted then, sure." It was too late" to 11(1 HOI
I into tearsas
j I t held by Lees forces. Our regiment (the Two exist in the )presence of a man, demand from had: failed I to reach her; and the illttll- They were his last: words. Hut it was not knows I urn sorry, and
I Hundredth Massachusetts) had, fought in him devotion !scarcely distinguishable: from gence Sl'l'I1'Il to produce great effect the first time the terrible sharpshooter' had lie said I it,
1 and moved her
many of the bloodiest battles of the war, slavery. :She:; was witty, rapid. and at once liim. He murmured to himself I sev 101] bl'1:said, to have shown himself\ under similar ]Hoalli smiled strangely, .
j and comparatively few of the original volunteers subtle and daring. Tlicrc. was in her. I fancied Limes, "That may have been the reason," dl'I'IItalwl'l, and it set me thinkingagain hatl,] it touched Camlion's."Captain the hero be
now survived'million( Fred. Hel] more of !intellectual appreciation of and thereafter became totally uncommunicative of Helton's !scheme of the night be CUIUll nctelllke
ton and myself, however, still held together passion than of ]passion itself She seemed I. on the subject. 1 do not know whether always was, she t inaudiblv. -
l\IHlllei'ther one of us, in all the dangers: to think that the proper place for her arched Helton ever heard: of this conversa fore.At I o'clock that afternoon the officers and "I loved him-never any one added else- f
to which we had been exposed, had e\'l'r' received the. neck the of humani Frelt of ncVeryou, you double traitor I she ,
foot was on of rest tiOI; hit for my own part, the !stirring unn- !! ioneel officers our (company)
"I wound, : ty. She had never been opposed' much less events: that were ;daily around us were Mirtimoned to meet the colonel ; I was turning her\darkcniug eyes on Hclon. who
Our acquaintance antedated the war. We I rebuffed or humiliated. ; she expected that soon put it out of my\ IHII'l'"illg: ] also present As I anticipated, it was Hel knelt in voiceless despair before) 1It
>I had been classmates In Harvard University. your eve should fall before hers.: Her figurewas As I l began by saying, we were encamped ton'l scheme that was the subject of discussion night you sold,] your adopted country for 1
:i a I remember we used to nickname ('umlionf : tail and lithe, and nobly proportioned, on the Rupidun river, just: 1 before that terribleseries ; the long and short of it was as fol kiss." Her eyes ]half closed for a moment,
f Captain long before the war of the rebel- graceful erect and alert. Hilt I wai brutal of battles in the Wilderness which 10wlollteer: was to be 1, found. to show und she breathed stertorously.. She opened,
lion was thought of. ]lie was tall, strong enough to think that some of the. car-box ushered in the clo"e] of the rebel luau. Meanwhile hllllef! and take the enemy's thl'l once more, turned her face toward
'and serene, with n dignity about, ,him half ings which she had doubtless administered there was an ominous ijuiet) in our tle, meanwhile, was to conceal Camlion, unIt' made an effort to lift his hand
i boyish and half manly, which made! him respected to her slaves at home, might have been neighborhood I ; the only exception being a himself close at hand, and as: soon as the to her lp{ 1 helped ]1'1 to accomplish" her
; as well as loved. He was president wholesomely returned to her own defiant I rather au novi tug one in the shape of a sharpshooter young fellow in the straw hat" p'erellolt purpose.. I Than kill! she whipeT'It ] ant
of every college society to which he belonged head. Fred. Helton, on the other. hand, con I : on the} Con federate side of the river, of his ambush to see the effect/ of ]his shot, not lit to kiss! his ; (' werealiveI
; bo pulled the heaviest oar in thelfnrveryity Riltl'I'l'e11Ier divine," and'squired her about (which was there about three hundred yards Helton was to put I minnie ball through his would ask his leave-and-his pardon

crew. No exertion tired him, most Inveterately, she accepting} ]his homage ,) who unerringly picked off any ole of hood.' 'There were only three things: that !
;'T and no provocation put {him out of temper, in good! part' and; laughing with him, or at 011 wile 1,1 who ventured to show :so much as might interfere with the successful:! prosecution She did not speak after this, and In a fewminutes
p though I do not frogct his encounter with him, quite affably.. For :several hours he elbow on the Fl.ll'rl hank As be bad. of this plan ; the lack of 1 volunteer she died very quietly..tm"ng'auilion's .
l 1 Fred Helton. It was, Indeed, the beginning) was general object) of envy At length, established himself] opposite the only spot in prepared to meet certain death ; the possible {papers was found a letter -
of their friendshi Fred was a Virginian catching sight of Camlion./ he whimpered: a couple of miles{ where it was practicable omission on the enemy's part to reveal himself to Helton, explaining his object in sacrificing -
by birth, though lie afterward fought on the few words to hill beautiful (companion who I water our cattle, his I presence was i particularly and, finally, the chance that Heltonmiulit ( himself.! "You are ) friend, it
"I Northern side ; he was full of fun and humorous glanced{ at our serene Hercules,and nodded iIlCOIl'liclt. and we apparently after all, miss his aim. Nevertheless, ran ; "I will not stand bet 'oulnd her,
mischief, but subject to ungovernable her head. A moment later he had I been di I'XII'II1clll in thecnlluclgave his: consent that the thing now that( I know youbetter each other; but

outbursts of passion One day ho un- brought up and presented."See our efforts lroportilllatl'lh'1 nothing had should be. tried, in default of any better suggestion I shall never find" time. or cause to
dertook to play olF a practical joke on Mrs. you again in half an ]hourat Harvard IIIlt'd.. As ill-luck would have it there and the following morning was appointed die in than this!
Clapper, our laundress, who was more than Hall," :said Helton, and was oil: chuckling were' no guns available at this point, and it for the experiment. Poor Helton He was acquitted by the
\ suspected of using chemicals in liar washing to me, We've cooked old Camlion's' goose! was in \'all that we {peppered. the pencemvheece At ti( o'clock I saw U\nlul leave his tent court-martial appointed to try on the
to the detriment of the fabrics committed for him this: time at'all I events: !" the deadly shot? ]proceeded with our and set off in the of ou left. I charge of having given information to the
to her chal'( e. Fred, who was! something Perhaps he had, though not in the way he rillcs. Kve/y day:Sl''l'rllolla ll' 11'1 were had already noted Helton heading the same (IH'I\; but 1 fear there was that in his: memory -
of a chemist t, hit upon the ingenious i 1r1l1l 1\,11. What utducetihiss Rosalind, absolutely .- lost, until at last the question, what was to way about a quarter of an hour previous: ; \\ made the remainder of his: life
( device of saturating one of his: shirts: with a to lay herself: out to captivate Cam- be, done, l became IIlIl'rilll"ami, pressing one. and putting this and that together, I awaited more bitter to him than any death
4. mixture, which, when brought into contact lion of all men ? Was it from subtle feminine Tee unknown marksman never was known I the i issue in sonic suspense Hut before 7
J with the ingredients Mrs. Clapper was accused perception that no woman had yet won to miss, and all that any of us ever :saw of o'clock Camlion returned, passed me with 1 TALK FltOM HILL Alll,
of using, produced explosion\ which him when he was worth any woman's winning him was the puff of smoke 1'11 the mu/.zle strange look on his face, and without returning -
utterly upset her and her washtub, and besides I ? "'lIillt. perhaps, that she was really of his weapon. my greeting, and immediately reentcred IS WII'I HE IILTES'rOS FLORIDA AND IICK
rendering the; poor old lady: almost impressed by something! in the man's noble, Ole afternoon Fred. Helton came to 11'tellt his: tent, where, as was afterward interred rKOl'LE.:
idiotic with fright injured her rather severely simple nature that revealed to her possibilities ( was surgeon to our company) iti It he must have spent a great part of Whel I was young I got an idea that Florida -
I on the face ulld''hands. Fred related !she had never till then suspected? Or state( such manifest disconiMsurc: | that at the night in writing i and arranging some papers. was low down in un impenetrable wider-

the incident with great glee at the supper was it a mere whim, because she was wearyof first I thought either the Colonel had been What had happened (as nearly as I ness nnd the further south you welt
table thut evening. We till thought funny being worshipped, and wanted to have killed or the mysterious sharpshooter cap' 1':1 i judge from subsequent developments) deeper the mire ; and that all of the lower
''J, and laughed, all except Camlion.\ the novel sensation of finding herself on the ,, tured. It turned out to be quite another was this : He bad started with the intentionof part of the peninsula was ladc up of swamps
i You ought to beg the woman's pardon, soliciting !side? I cannot say ; but at nil matter however."What culling on Rosalind Cupel at her house.. and ]lagoons and alligators and reptiles and
j Helton," be said. There was: an immediate events she did it-how( cllcctively and lastingly do you think ?" he began, in an The way lay through 1 wood ; but just before some wild Indians thrown in. I never got
t silence when his low but powerful voice l no one knew until years( afterward.Meanwhile excited undertone. Whose house do you emerging from it into the opel groundin over that notion until recently, for it never
J. '; struck In, and everybody turned toward him it may be remarked, that she suppose is I mile oil'there, on our left?" front of the house, he sawa man and occurred to mo that because the St. Johns]
: -r as he sat with both hnnll:! resting on the edgeof and Cumlion' did not make their appearance And without gi\'illJ me time to hazard a woman beneath the shade of some trees river run north the country was obliged to be
v 1 the table and his: face, which was the type at Harvard Hull, where I rl'l1 waited for guess he went .TIl (Cape"' as sure as: about fifty yards: u'aThe' man wus Hel higher at its source than down at its mouth. '
''j of the young Grecian Hercules, slowly red them until his patience was hau-.tel1: On you sit there. And whom suppose I ton, the womun was Rosalind.: Helton was/ These people down here must have had the
I i dening. Fred laughed\, fancying at first tho contrary, they kept tO saw ? Miss Rosalind herself, as: I'm I living apparently !speaking eagerly and eXl.ledl}', sale impression, for they still talk of takinga
i that Camlion was (hamn Hut in n nmntentthelatteraltied"ltwusablackguard- selves all the rest of tho day and evening, sinner I She rode the on horseback just as Rosalind occasionally replying all trip down the country when they ml'al up
'1 and it was not until the illuminations: were I was palavering at front door for prov moving her head as if in assent.: After 1 it, It is: true that the river I is a slow moving

', k ly thing to (b)." over and most of tho merrymakers had dispersed ender. By Jove she's lucre divinely handsome minute or two Helton ceased, she extendedher stream and spreads out into ]lakes,
i Thereupon Fred,jumped up, white with that Helton came across them, wand : than ever! And, oh, my' wig. didn't hand to him, which he grasped in both covers immense areas of land and cypress:
t wroth ering urm-in-arm under the trees at the outskirts she give me a rating though Whew !" his and rl'lllt! to his: lips. The next moment swamps, but it is a ]long and crooked stream 1)
Will you take that back?" he called out. : of the college grounds. They met his "'hat did she "I'oll11 aboutdo- ho hud drwn her to his breast and and the country around Sanford must be
manded I kissed her face passionately repeatedly, feet higher than Jacksonville. Mostof
"I say it was a shameful and cowardly rather discomfited greeting very composedly. umuIl'll many
d I trick" was Camlion's answer. I I'ur 1 Virginian, and fighting on she not resisting. When Camlion saw this the country along the banks is an uninhabitable -
\ the I tell she made mc hoarse broke from him, and be strode wilderness but und
Helton !snatched up a heavy bread-kuife two must have] Xortherllite. you 1 cry ever anon you
I thought
that lay on the table, and hurled it with all good !I" hn you exclaimed, with reproachful 11ClpClIfor feel 1 \ and; blaCkg\llrll A forward a step, with fire in his heart. Th1 come to bluff land from ten to twenty feet
I little more and I believe I he stopped ; cold and torpid feeling came high and there find comfortable homes
Ills force at Camlion s face It struck him look at the lady You know, Miss Capel, : rtClIugllin 1 you
a .1 mi Mm check n little below tho riirht eve. It to dance the.first! waltz and joined the Johnny Rcbs. over him ; he turned about, and, sluggishlyat and 1 few nice thriving towns like Pulutku
I I was; a nmrlerouy i r "act. Weall rose confusedly ,you with were mo at engaged the and afterward to come were 1 man, said she, "I would make it my first, then more rapidly' made his way and Green Cove Springs,und Orange City und
to our feet, anticipating violent sequel, for Jll business to catch such creatures as you, and back to the_camp 11'ekivaand you find! first-class hotels'built
Camlion could have shaken Helton s heart to"I my tlrl'nd, enuployuuent"lnterrupted hang you !I' 'SII opinion, if a few hundred A little before noon next day Camlion, up with! Northern! capital and they arecrowded
like h'r'l'rc to enlist on the 1 Helton and and another man, It n,:- with tourists
hand. He alone women Hl'h'lsldl' myself : who don'tmind
out of him with one.. remained with glance of superb insolence orth'r
Miss Capel
seated, however pressing his handkerchief t we should be thrashed out of our boots don by name"a n''k I('1:, 11aredevl ]fellow, }paying dollars 1 day if they arcCntcrtalnl'll

to the deep gash, while lie kept hisglance : Her. white which Helton noticed] in month.. Hut luckily tlrc't( not" another who had volunteered for post danger in Northern style. We poor
fixed his assailant 1I1\11s Camlion's \\' like her on the! on the occasion-umm'et silently and cautiously Southerners don't like that at all and whenwe
on were ungloved, were clasped over "You'd better look out, or !> make a down toward the fatal spot on therlv'r' find
difference Hel Ihe'l can a good Georgia boardtn house
Of course that makes no mighty aria and now she looked up at him, ,
he said, after a with what scorned (conquest of you In more wa '1 one : brink. The adventure was: kept a we go there and fare well enough at half the
ton, pause the'briglit moonlight,
Helton who was by no means a bad fellow in of secret intelligence. said I, laughing, .Hy the way this news secret, for 111c the night previous there had price. I wish the Atlanta hotel men would
to Helton an expression! "
had no sooner none the deed! than ho \bent toward her and would interest Cumlion. Does be know? hl'l'1 whispers treachery in the camp and establish branches down here and show these
[ Camlion /aid "
.No ; and I don't mean to tell him, returned we knew not where to look for the traitor Yankees how to keep a Southern I've
for It and said ax much that Helton
t was sorry manfully something, but in so low n tone hote
Helton, rather sharply, and after sitting among us. It was, of ('oursI indispensable got nothing against the Yankees and
turned to
on tho s'pot. f did not catch it. Miss! Cupel then nl
few minutes longer lie: got and left to th'success: of our plan that the sharpshooter
i flg'about this" answeredCamlion whether a am glad they are coming down to
don't : up
"I care a the! latter and demanded brusquely
quietly "but ho added, with the he knew where her brother was. me in, apparently, no very good humor should have no suspicion of there with us, but somehow I don't feel at home
which feature of his him Hel That same evening, however, he IPpl.'Ur't 1)011 mg more than one person in the neighborhood. where the landlord is: a Yankee and the waiters -
grim tenacity was : I to escort to was
to make it to Mrs.Clapper. came you again, this' time in u prCI'C'upiClmlull, Ind Keeping heedfully behind cover, we are importe and the Yankee are
character", you ought up ton's reply.She with huts pipe in his mouth The conversation erawl"lnlol und at length ]lay hidden in all /trntllg like they were guests somebody
{ hands lingeringly to leave tho ever-active few from the ] Then
that Helton yielded and "IOn'lllr presently turned upon hUlhes I )yards place. and we poor devils: were nobody. I tell
Time upshot! was each otherfor you
Mrs. Clapper with $25 and a hand url confronted, Ihlfllhoutc and after a few remarks h:11 Camlion. with Huydonin discharge, IPIIl"l what i is a fact, they are going to capture all
presented moment thl'lr' '( meeting. exclaimed down toward the left
1 : suddenly : u ltle'a the best portions of this beautiful
th6 incident !
some apology. Hut roused: 11 she said to him at length, kill that fellow 1 from country.
to the intervening
deal of discussion, and opinion was fora Don't forget, .1'\1 made up my eOI'I'ull our sight by Already they have got a thousand dollars iii.vested -
good Cumlion's almost! in :whisper.. and I've thought of 1 way how it maybe shrubbery. Helton gut his rUle in to where we have ten.
divided to
while somewhat declared that at he ought to I shall be there," heanswerod, lifting his: done. 1 guess I'm us good t'shot as he rullilll'I and I made my preparations to do thick as leaves in Vallambrosia. They They are have as

behavior Some but hat as he sjioke.. Is. and if I can get sight of so much o. I all t hit could be done for llaydon as soon as come not by tens or hundreds, but thou-
: havo sent the Southerner a challenge; After another pause she turned away Iron inch of him. hC'Mtl"l 1 !1' He then the (enemy's bullet hud struck him. WhenI sands. You find them by
i inost of us felt that a duel would like have Cain been lion a him slowly and bugun to move toward the square went on to unfold to mt SC'hl'Il) which lust l'UUgl sight of the poor fellow there come with a pocket everywhere of and they

,gratuitous absurdity for tho a man confidencefelt ; college, quite ignoring Hl'lun. who nevertheless appeared feasible, though tlc'f'were certain wus a droop abut the corners of his mouth, to ( to ful while money and back-They
of Ui0 'OIt
and it was a sign general walked beside addresseeseveral in the wuv. wc'lu\llll"I'u"'I'l1 and I 1 in his: cheeks, which now go ,
in him that no one ventured to intimate remarks to her. to which she vouchsafed ub4tucl'awhie. he said 1 : ].you kllW showed that be wus: not insensible to thegravity i picking out they the mean best locutions]busln 8rhey are
a d that the fact of Helton's being notoriously no answer whatever. At last, beiiife I IMoot him?" of tll situation. Hit Camlion ]hud beautiful residences and building

1 dead shot had, anything of the affair to do Camlion with the himself pacific piquethe said : t From patriotic motn' I trust," was my taken care bring u flask of brandy along groves, and if our 'UldJIUltllg orange

termination Well. Miss Capel 1 hope you've enjoyed i with him, ami a quiet, steady cheerfulnessof he up
but I fllly. nothing for them
i alluded to it in any way as tl'r1 Itf but sec
have never said tho two men afterward became your visit "to Harvard and the men you ve I 'That" very well else.so far I us I goes I know; hitthel's demeanor still. that was, in-rhups a better cordial lands 1 like this at all I

j firm friends, and Helton, who had before belonged met here? he I is h.i"e I Ix'ft ourselves Helton don't want our people to break up and come
what to and I had
mended hula t I have met only one man here, she I'- who is-or ennt" nothing down here for but if I
to the fast set gradually<< this thc whom Rosalind Cu el to do but to wait, and did wait was an Atlanta
facing him imperiously. And believe hc'l man | we for nabob, I let the
": ways under f'-umtion'IlntlueUl'e! and joinedthe 111'1.' he got from her that evening. means to marry. From .something she said what seemed to us many intolerable min out coming food sun go down with

t athletic party. Next morning Camlion\ was not ut bl'ak- to-dav I'm certain she knows him. and that utes. The river ]lapsed silently and smoothly winter home for selecting a pleasant
r.1 Another follower 'of Camlion's! -and ho fast ; but some hints of his: adventure there something more than ordinary between by ; a bird skimmed over the surface; a orange grove for the my wife family and starting aim

had many, though his! intimates were few- previous evening had ]cake I out, and Ueln1 them. Ami I don't inh'lt that hl'Ihalmarry breath of wind rustled the IC'u\"C over our the prettiest sight I ever and children. It's
f ; was Frank Capel{ also'<< ,a Southerner, and a had to sustain good deal I of chaff 1\llt\ him i'I ('t1 head I begun to fear ]lest the suspense is and saw. Transportation -
well-mannered, pleasant fellow enough. He manner in which 1 he had l ht'1 "cut out." I lit this attitude of Helton' should make Helton's hand unsteady. Just and cheater.easy It dlapand is a will scan be easier

+ was chiefly noted, however, for hU fanaticaldevotion .\s for Miss Cupel, it was known that she I toll him so ; but he took my then a half-smothered exclamation l'achCll the more delightful trip to
to a certain famous sister of his' to was staying with her brother and father ut strictures in tu'h Ipur that for the present our ears from the direction of our unseen Stlrvby! CunmberlandRoute The than
whose praises hU friends were obliged to the Treuwnt Hoston. After breakfast I judged it best to s more Plainly hewus companions, and almost simultaneous withit the St. Johns/,is worth all steamboat trip up
listen in season ami out Sho was. according 10In i carried me round in love with )1: Cupel. 1 devoutlywished the sound of I heavy passing from are comfortable the money, The
most beautiful, most curiosity Icll.'nl tim hut she of but hey the to the Itel bat and the officers kind
to Frank, the cleverest, to Cumlion's was snrurtsed; to ( was the way huhC oj> of the you soon pet
fascinating creature above ground. Her him hurriedly rom" his trunk his usually fore breakfast time next morning I wus destined stream The time was come, Helton ant the ac'ualnte with passengers
1 ,dancing, her her music, were all lace healthy-looking( p>Ll'kinJ very pale and I to hear of her again. U was about crouched with his rifle at his shoulder; our would except (! Irs. Arp
and Fran used to declare that she I asked CO\nh'nal'him what was the matter. the hour of sunrise when Kainlion. who had eyes wens fastened on the opposite bank. enjoyyoursefall and bigotry, and you

Sid b'eut: even Fred Helton all hollow at dmwl."I'nt going home," he said. .I got a tt-'I beck ant on picket duty during the night, Suddenly a white puff of smoke leaped cln wishm tu see the whole the river Clay IOI If )yon
i, shooting. gram this morning-something very entered my tent his! face tn.hClI. and his flrth-a"sharp, fiat report, like the cracking boat for ] Ly daylight take
I her." Frank exclaimedtake has happened to my father," blue eyes k"l"tll'with I of whip ; then the low, unntistakablethud and take a rest over night
1Yhy. I've revolver seen and put a bullet throughetch I muttered my '. Presently be i t 1 have 1'l'n I"l'upl| lie said, JIIII of a bullet striking its quarry. The stricken needn't stop horning ut St. boat for Sanford. You'
(' her IYllath time at his ,' man staggered and ( still of Augustine unless,'oujust
I fingers of my glove while 1 resumed : to jioint Ol & /\US. (I, tint onr right, want throw
of the'e upon the air ten pact away You introduced tn-In l "There "'W an alarm at my output two could we have had! t'C fur him the,,: Hut i lathe i] nw8 a ten dollar bill; TocoiIPSilllli
wall throwing it Wt'r her )1" goes, hours ago, and! one of my ltn lures!. "'t all deiHMidcd upon our absolute Inuuoblt mils i
CroW herV'S I tlnk" Will you sea heard fall, went out and found a during the few
t Meal of all that wo- I have come If it something IC'xt 10menh. ()bist !
In short she was the bery rider entangled with his horse which was smoke drifted down Heforeit
s can or and we looked Corward had bl'l IOO4hhi| ,: UllI-1 hope I may'I nee shot cll.1 I knew her in a moment, though had passed away 1 saw wlndwl1nl for which sllt. (
JUAn her I
with Jntel'ftlt to llfOmisec1, aPI"Urance on her again Imo day t" that I I she Wl" man's dot lies-a blouse and high we were 1-hlJ in await emergingyuietl1, w aste,S .
claM dart I promised, wondering after I l wuuhcl booU. She had ht her Way and had stumbled I from it!(" on the other side Inlllt:111 Wiiam jftrSS5%
l iJ our her and he"l"i' what he asked, and soon I darkness. Their ( I N '_ own
introJUOO o.m1l0n to again for some on us in the muse revealed. \t the same Instant Lang of. maoWodul
j. shall U 'Ve'U make her an offer of marrlagc.o ,"' said years.gOI'b't hen We I did no on meet the Cupels to de- I near here, she says. I was a narrow e>c.|>e; IMtol 'I ride rent the stillness ; yet I Inn! 6(charges gEt to the hotel, and la rs, ant ffty r.nt*fume for

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baggage, which, altogether, makes Meet Professional! sad Ilimlnc! *!* Card /10NDENSED) : ::: TIME CARDOK I 1'IuridttnU1 Western Railway: and from I .jP: SAVANNAH, FERNANDINAAMI ( ..gt $f. .
rents a mile, besides: four dollars day at the Ii I Savannah and all Northern Eastern: and

hotel, anal all you get back is to see a few "'J(. ii. C. IMTKYI.I:. I TIIK Western Cities. :
fine Northern hotel.: situated on twelve-f.ot ATLANTIC.Gl'LFA-( ) ( :: I INDIA} TRANSIT At Lake City daily with the Florida, : Central -

alleys, amid an old fort and a cathedral$) )ENERAL: : (COMMISSION::::: MERCHANT.: ( RAILROAD.PENINSULAR: ). Railroad: to uml I from Jacksonville, St. jror JACKSONVILLE-: : .t*

:200 years old.Sanford G : I RAILROAD: I ; ) Augustine, Palatka, Enterprise: : and Landings

: I is the head of navigation on the ('.: Tlm :ST., NK\R I R. P. DKPOT, ( WiM. Hrnncli,,) on the :St.: Johns: River.: ......... ........................................
iSt. Johns.! It i is: a thriving/ little l'it111111 N AXHrUMHERLAND At lInl.lwlllllail with the Atlantic, Gulf
pushing improvements ahead rapidly. Theyhave FERNANDINA, FI.IIn ..\. I \ I : ROUTE.: and West 1 India Transit Railway: to and from -I'tI j TIIU4M4.il MM', I i 1-
built railroad to Orlando tlw'count Fernandina I Gainesville, Cedar. Key, and
with steamers for West and -I................ ......... ........................4.ylt .
scat of Orange county. Near Sanford: live ) C'orn. Oat. 1'1 lrrt; I'll-rnnr/ 1ft.i.ol.MI 1.WI. Tampa. Key
11 Ir. Mar[ Havana.
a number of wealthy Georgians. ---- -
'cllu Markham[ a son of your townsman: A. W. COCKKKl.t' ):\11. T. Vl.KKK.. SorTlt At Chattahoochee three times weekly with
took me to hN house: and I pcru-edhis: beautiful WU.TKI: K. YC ITI::'. : the People's Line and Central Line Boats; to
Leave .
Atlanta (Ga. 2.1:1 I' M.
orange grove lie had: just closed: a Ix-ave Macou. Ga. 7.111'. M.. and from Columbus, Euliiula Fort Gaincs; SEA ISLAND 1 ( )11'rJ:.
trade them tit liflcen dollars thousand WALKEllV Apalaehicola. and other I River: Landings
selling; a 10CKRKLL; : YATMS: "
).'diva' Hrunswick, < !itch. .\. M.
the trees has J.t..EJ./-lIII:: Sleeping and Parlor Conches.
upon Judge Hayden /
; .
Arrive Fla..1\I.l\ :
Fernandina \ M.
:2,200: ( trees, but he has not sold his crop. lie (CorKKUi.i. WALKKK. Jacksonville,) Leave Fernandiua.lu.N.l.:! ) M. 00l1t'1I11'1I11.1.) Lucas Patent run daily between .
8hoWClIIIIl' well hl'u.lc.tlIn.1 the Tallahassff niul Jacksonville.KCr .
,. Arrhe ll.ildwin. Fla. 1._.i I'. M. ::
bonds a foot in diameter ; hesatd they would (Juick' time, sure (connection pcrli'tt5at'ty. 1'1n : : :
reach two feet in time, and. he had seen one A11 orii ('.vM' tumid ('o11misellors'1'1:1N.1S1)1x.1 Leave P.aldwin Jacksoinille\ .... I.IIO:: )lI'. )I. EIHI.J'UET( : ', 1 INLAND( STEAM 110 AT I I IW CO.VMt .

that measured: twenty-seven inches through. ArriveIaeksonville (('1111I. 1"IIII'i: ) : : p. >i 1. :20-tf( Master( Transportation.111or .

"'c gathered ripe strawberries of line size : ; ) I FLA.Oftico Leave llaldwin; for (l' ..lar-"I'\'. ...1l11.. .vTArrive : :I.: ,

1I1II111wor. He had cauliflower and\ potatoes Waldo (Junction P. R.': l R ) .. ".11 p. M. ami Ocean Steamboat' I

and other vegetables: in abundance. .\n adjoining Clerk of the (Circuit (Court.WAI.TP.U I )Leave Waldo. 4.2'1 : ) I'. )t. h.l g \

orange grove near by attracted my attention .\rr \l.Oa lIt.1I\'illl.. .. 5,17 I'. M. nr- JIOnc i .\ x I.IXI': 't> :s ..., ; J .. ; ......bl
and the told it 1'lIlIlahic.1HJ old\ -.- ,.,,,,,,
judge \
me '
)Leave Gainesville; 5.2-.I! '.
H Yn :
)', Notary 1'ublie. iM It ) >i.ArrheCcdar i. ._ i-. ....I._
trees five acres of ground and last: "'
upon ( Key. !)I.III':!(! M.
the wild for $7,010*' and had averaged J .y .
year crop <). s. OAKIS.10NTRACTOR : Trains to Jacksoinille and :North of Itald
$0,000) lor number of years. The expense win daily

of keeping it in good\ bearing did not I.OIMi NOKTII.Leave ,
exceed\ one hundred\ dollars: a year.: One tree ( AND Ht'ILDER.: :

was: pointed out that generally bore 1),000) ) Ced.ir: Key. 1.15 .\. M.Arrive t. ....,' 11 i 70.e -r.w ATLANTIC, (GULF A: WEST:: INDIA:
bore 1 M\M: KAMOIM.DIN(5S n:. /Gainesville) $.II .\. M.
oranges but heard of trees that 12000. : ,- TRANSIT: RAILROAD: : ) l'0.,
Mrs> Markham( and\ her children and\ Leave Mrs. Hayden were the pictures of good ) : RRACKETS( : :SAWED) ANDTl'RNKD } Anive Waldo ((1'.1.1: R.: June.) ..... !.i.js .\. )1. U.------------------- 1.1111: .. IIII-S
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) ;: 11.\ 1.t':4TEH'EWEI.: : : .:-:, -- -- -- --
I Leave Waldo ).55
health, but they would not admit\ that they A. M.
liked Florida. They still had a longing/ for STAIR: : RAILS: WOOD 1.11'1S'l'ItODUIIS. : : Arrive llaldwin........ ........12.17:! I'. )I. Points XoHh '
SHEATHING: ; Will leave Ced.ir Key ami "*.,
the old hills and homes of Georgia. They WEATHERBOARDING: Leave Jacksonville ((Cum. Route)1.11.t: ) M.

said, they could.\ not get servants and 11111t\ t to : ( AM: > FLOOR: Arrive lIallwlll..I\: :\() 1'. M.Leave I. \FOR :NEW 01LJ.1''Imy) : ): : : FRIDAY.:( offering comfort unrivaled I, a delightful soil
do their ten work. Judge. Hayden said) he "
('OIII.lli\'o on potatoes, and\ \o11I111 be happy l ING. llaldwin. ...... :.. p. M.Arrive I. over a strictly inland tvntur!-eourse, full of

but his: good wife wanted cook thrown Stair and Church Work Fernaudi.'ia: ...................... :IAn I'. M. interesting scenery.
I asked good old Iloman mother how Leave Fernaudina! 't. 15 I'. )I. The P.M.ACK SrK.VMhits.r : .
she liked Florida and she replied it was a .\ SPECIALTY. Leave llrunswick' K.OO. ) I'. M.Leave FOR: KEY: WEST AND HAVANA:
Macon( .III) .v. M. i. 0 it IDA.
rich man's paradise and\ poor man's curse ; EVERY: : SATURDAY.;
that she had to do her own work and when DOORS: AND WINDOW[ FRAMES: Arrive .Atlanta she wanted visit a neighbor it was a mile OF ALL SIXES.PostOlHcellox : Trains to Cedar Key and :South: of llald -

away, anil the sand was too deep to walk in. : 1 i". win daily except Sunday. .\SI'

)(ait 1:11111 is finite (h'orgia !scttlenn'nt. It is: jan4 Fernandina Fla. PENINSULAR: ( ) RAILROAD: I PARSONS;:: : ,V: HALE( :, Agents,
on I he line ofthe railroad from Sanford south. -- 'iTY: CU' ititim.rrox.Captain .
JAMES >!<'(-1F FIX.ONTRACTOR ( ) !IM.'lt) : Cedar Key, Fla. .v -
It is no town, but extensive suburbs. --- ;
very IOI"III"'I\'TIl. _____ ,, ,.
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The lakes abound everywhere, and you arc c ( AND lU'ILDER I : :, Leave ".III.lo.Jlllldi"II................. (i.OO .\. N I. MA Ll LORY'S ;,
never out of sight of one. Of course thereare Leave, Jacksonville i every ))1"lIclIlY11111'1'1
Leave Hawthorne. 7.40 .\. M.Arrive I.
stores: and blacksmith shops and sawmills Alachua Street, between Second and Third, Loehloo.si: MO .\. M.iioixu I. ri.oituiA S'I'I\: )ISIIII- MM:. clay and Friday, by .I'41a.IlIIlIIfIlt.J-xprel., lll.r: >
hut they are sl'aUl'fl'lrOlllld\ promiscuous. n. in. tip!
No churches have been built at FERNANDINA: FLA.Orders ( SOUTH.Leave Only Direct line tocw York. Leave Fernandina 11\.' :-Steamer; Florida, on
Maitland, but there is service every Sabbath Loehloosi, : .INI A. M. arrival of Train. .
. IIllIll''l'r'h"Igill's., and a more refined and and estimates from a distance carefully Leave Hawthorne. 10.15 A. M.Arrive .\1,1011, .\rrin' at Savannah every Tuesday, Thursday
attended\ :2">-tf Waldo Junction...12.15: : I'. )1.'I'raiasivoi I.
cultivated congregation rarely gat her together and Saturday, H a. III.
XII"nll .1I1I.UII7.n1'4' lull Steamship
The settlement of this country: is so recent ( Waldo Loehloosaaml: return Close connection made at :Savannah withPalace
that I thought may be I would be invited ) Rooks' amid Stationery.ii Tuesday: Thursday: and I Saturday.CONNECTIONS. IInc. Steamships the OCEAN: STEAMSHIP : I.I I.

to a gander pulling, or a horse race, or : (' : Sailing: from Fernandiua two weeks on I ( COMPANY I every Wednesday and
a shouting match, but there are no such o ie ATI.: IMCF.W. .VTI.V.NTA. Saturday, for New York. .\No: with I Boston,
there. Everything i is law and order.. :,... I S. S. <'1., of Austin.' F: ll.illimo're, ,; and I'hihtlehpbit'Irani'rs, arch
(Close connection is made at .\11:11I111.111.; .
Many( Eastern: people live around Maitland[ Wholesale and Retail: 101111,1 from all points North: Mast: West and r (l'uplaillnnsoI.: : : : 1 with all rail lines to all points North andWest.
and have established: beautiful residences: t.
'itch:-tiiig from five to twenty thousand: dollars. i> ooits, S'I'\'I'IOXIn: ,', Northwest, t daily. Y 1 S. S. ('urOlIt"''''. I":;. For Snlt'( -llonnls ami Through Tickets)
Within a circuit of five miles thereare j) VT 31 i ICON: ov., ( Caitain| III-\'K.: apply to

citizens of thirty-two states, and 110it1ll'l'oI. .AIM JI ('SH'. With Trains 1 for l'lIlhllla.I'ollllllllllol: : << : for even the nabobs: are busyiaiprut' Montgomery I ; ylohilriut'I I :New Orleans.) '1 !..'\'(' 6\- Alde'mi's<< Tourist, OfllccNt

ing their places. The first: thing an immigrant .in!) WKST B \\' Tlnr, AT HUN.VNHIN.V: : : I It I.V.. .
docs is to call on Major Marks( at Orlando With New York and Fernandina Steamship : tt .JIII.kl"lIlI'I11I'lIrIIl'r of Hay and) Ocean

: who i is the Ullh'l'r.calltlllli agent, and JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA.HooliM :( ( Line from :New; York on Wednesday, at Streets t ; St. Augustine: -Max Itlooiulleld'c.',,.
has located and settled more people' than I0.t0a.: ) in., 1I11.llill' New York on Friday, at .... near the I'ost I..OI1l'I') ; I'nlntknO.( I. "NVoltz,
any fifty II1l'lIllI the State. He is highly respected :'l.iOp. III.; from :Nassau: : N. P., on Wednesday ( .#' Hughes': \Drug Store ; Fcruandina, Eutnont: '

for his zeal and\ integrity, and what ; for Nassau: :N. 1'., on Wednesday. THE( : FINE: :STEAMSHIPS: I ( ( : hotel
he does not know about Florida!is not worth lt'itheurgia; and Florida Inland :Steamboat Gl'STAVE I :! : LKVE: I:,
Iteforc he locates ail- f.-St'hool ,. 11'1S'1'1:1t1'ix.IS.: : : Gcn'l I Sea )Touch
knowing. a man or a Speeialty. j ( 'o.l'ivm/. Savannah: Tuesday, Wednesday Pass.g'l! Route.(
vises him, be has to know all about his: peculiar Friday and Sunday ; for Savannah on CAPT.! I JUNES I ( : ;, J. N, HARRIMAN[ ,
history-his: health and\ family and\ TRY: THE: 'Tuesday, Friday and :Sunday I ll-'NO< Manager.T. .
; C'lTY OF It\ ..I.\H .
financial condition and\ business: adaptation.In ,
With Charleston: !sjteamers: : (.'t. .foh's and --'---'-- - -

this: way he makes: them ('OIHl'lIh'luIIII NEW YORK OBSERVER City J'ltlnt. ) from Savannah and Charleston CA1T HIHK.OSI' ;.' "' : MARY'S! RIVER 'MSTIA.II .
Altamonte i is off the railroad
'I..IIIl'1'la1111I1 Suml.iv for Savannah and
11' ) ; ] of the. above Steamers will !leave '
about of Maitland. It : IA<:KI.T: -.\
three miles too
: west: THIS YI'\: n. Charleston Iolllla1111'\ .
i is all sih irbs. trove: after grove of orange Steamer: i'lo"Llaih'' 1'riiay.11'ith to; and from St. i for New York every Friday .M. ______ ___ con- -
: (to suit the tide. ).
that trees: meet within the tru'l'ler'l'Yl'of I was miles informed Till LAHUKST1A7> HIW J-'AMllA' )(llry'oI: (Ga., and.) semi-weekly to and from This'' line, )having no transfers: to make
an area two
around Altamonte there were enough square\tij'cs I'.f I'IW IX Till' WORLH.Send St. Mary's[ : River: Landings. I bet ween

plantl'lto\ produce 150,000( ) boxes: a year, AT JI\I."WIS.I .'1.\., FERNANDINA) AND NEW: YORK
and most of them would\ be in full !bearing J,7- : for Sample l''u11-Isere.-tJ.XI'W \ With Trains for Live I dak l ,Tallahassee: and ;::zTill' .:
Oilers the
within live '('Ur.I.nd so it is most all points: in Middle( and' West Florida.vr : STKA.MKIWTI.OItA :
everywhere you go. The whole country has J.II\'JlI.II", i .'L.\., '
the mania and it looks like the ) F1.0HIlI.'I'ml') ( ( ( ( !. .1IAKTIIA,
.. orange : supply 1-U: :-Al Park Row, New York. With Steamer Ati lm l for all points and' t
would exceed the demand but > } and Fruits will receive (RICH .
:soon .. Vegetables specialcare Captain \RIWOX. l'aptlt11-----'
--"--' -- -- ---------- --- landings on Orange bike, on arrival of Peninsular i
these people do not seem to be afraid of it. ItailroiulN.", ]Railroad Train. in handling.
To sum it all I would not advise our .
people to break u'p and put all their eggs in AT (1UNKSVII.I.K:, FI.A., FIRSTCLASS.The 1.t't'. DAILY SERVICE.-t I: ( : >.\.
this: basket, but I would advise those who FLOHlU.CEX'fUAI. With :Stage. Line (for I rda) and Tampa' 1111 I
have a surplus to invest in Florida winter Monday, Wednesday and Saturday ; from traveling 'public are IIlfl'rl'ltill'\ advantages
hi .. VILI-K:, F.Ml1rdl: Id, 1871)!> Ocula muid'I'auupu'I'uischay' Friday and Sun ,( of a DIRECT) ( LINE:, WITHOUT
home.-IlUlArjt, Atlanta Conttuto>
On and after this: date Trains on this Road ANY CHANGES.,; : ; Connections made at The Flora leaves Fernandina for 1.)(Kr\"H'

...- -- will run as follows : tl(1)T 1'I'\1 KEY: FL.\., Jacksonville with all steamboats tir all River landings every Monday, Wednesday(

New Advertisement"' DAY PASSENGER: (EXCKIT:: : SI-MHY.' ) With Tain j>ii Slcum-hiii CII.' '''' Line fur 'mints: on I the! St. John's, (k kill wlIIIII, and and Friday-returning! on 'i'ucs.1ay'I'hun-:
-- --- -- -- Leave Jacksonville! 8'iO:: A. :M. Tampa, and\ Manatee( Monday( / and Thursday, mlian Hi\'l'r.c.1\I1I1 with the! Transit Railroad day and lItllrtln)'.

.--. FROM FISH SCALE:, .C- Leave Italtlwin JJO! :; A. M. ut 4 p. III., and for Key West Sunday:: and at Fernandina,: for all railroad stations The Martha[ )leaves Fi-rnandina for saute

Leave Lake City :: \ A. :M. Thursday, ut Ii(tit. m. in Florida (points: every'fuodny'I'1111rs,1ay<< and Saturdu.v -
.. ." Leave Live 1:00: ) I'. M.Arrive With the United) States: and Havana fast 1 FHEHlHTXII(; PASSENGER:; : : RATES: .'-'returning every Monday[ Wednesday

lr YYYYa at :Savannah: Hf5; i>. )1. Mail '.ff/mi/'fll for Key West, I Havana, AS LOWH IIY INDIRECT: LINES.rVThrough : and Friday.Through.
=:= n IA'a\'C Savannah H:00: A. :M. Cuba, on arrival Special Train evcrv Tuesday ,
Jtaten'' uml ISilU of lading IIIIlN" of I.iulliit
= afternoon at "..'SO) From Havana( "
Leave Live 5.V: iM.: p. in. to all points.
;; == Leave Lake City 5:
> W .J SEA: BEAN, SEA' : SHELL, L Leave Italdwin 7:0.1:() 1'. )1: train to unmet to points on the St. )larY'II.I ,
--.- -.- Arrive at Jacksonville HM: r. M.: With Steamer Kutrriiriir, for jMtints: on the F. W. l'iot'fIlWWvwt; ( )
Suwannee River on '1 hiirsdays ut Ii a. m, Close' C'OHucctIonmade ;
For information routes rates
Leave Jacksonville...................... 5:8i: ; J'. ):r. respecting C. H. MALLORY t CO., with the New York Charleston and
FEATHER: : FANS AND FEATHER IA.'I1'c'hitc House. <>:I5; I'. )t. ('h'., apply to I'ier21): East River, New Y. ik. :2-tf t( Savannah Steamers. ,
.1. MicDONELL:[ [ .
Ix'avc Italdwin\ 7:00 --------- -
r. )i.Ixave
(1eu'I'l'irketntd; l9tss..tgrnt.
Darby ville. 7:: J'. M.I.eave SIJ.1I.1IF.K: S'l11:1)1)1.1:1: >> ) : GOOD; ACCOMMODATIONS( (() !
1) E.: M[ << ; ) : :21 I
SEA SlIl'U.JTl': : Sanderson......................... MU7 I'. :II.I \XWKLI.. : .
I For sale and made to (>der. 'Il\'c Olustce: .............. 1'I:4S.I.: : ---- -- --- TII t: NTEtIIItAr : fur Passengcrx "Excursionists: and Tourists

T.NHI.I':"', Leave )It. Carrie......................... it.o: : r. )t. JACKSONVILLE:, l'I''I'Af.'OI.XlJ:: _____ _. will /find this a very attractive trip( us" tilt-
( ': RAILROAD.: .----
Arrive Lake ('it)'. J'JO: r. M. scenery is grand, ami alligators and other
10 Centre St., bet. Seconll and Third. Leave Live Oak'M: : A. )1. Mtsivmi'ratssltiutT.T1o'M[ OmCK:, ( { ST. JOIIXN | | J CITY POIXT j game are abundant.'

Arrive TallahasMi'... 70: A. M. TAI.LUIAHXKK, Fi.\, )-'d.rlu1t3,11'1,0,1'. / I ;.i,. Either: of the ubuve "htrmunlcrstaui bt
$1O Reward Arrive Albany.lOl.r: .. J'. On ami afU-r Monday, February' :2, I**), ------- ------- chartered 1 for excursion parlies at any time.
Will be given for to convict the one trains of this road will run us follows -
proof Arrive Siivannub. !11:111':' A. M, jMUSM-ngcr For further information} upplv to
who destroyed the sign) board on the 1-ulile IAIIVO Savannah 4:11J: r. M.Ieave viz : l A. II. NOl Es: \ Agent./

last near the railroad !shop Albany ... 4:0: *) i*. M.Ixave PASSENGER: 'fJ\I: -I'AH'f: ItOUND.Ixuve 2'Jv:_ 12v.'t: : Fernandina. Fla.Stot .

W. F. SCOTT, 'rallalia-..:'ee ... :>>::4.j \'. )I. ('buttah ssii.e..daily ut.... 2111)< p. M. .

}Commissioner, Fernandma Dist. Leave Live Oak...... 1'I5: : A. M, Leave (.iiiney........ ........... :i Sto: ,.. M. Z .*'H" und TliiHiire.
Leave I Lake City ........ ::111'! ; A. M.Ixave ),(-Tallahassee. ....... 11(411'.31! ( .
Last, Notice to Tux Payer"*' Mt Carrie. 4:1H.\: !)r. Ix-ave Monticello 7 10 p. !M. 'THIITY: : .v nnO'I'UI.n: ,

I will visit the following places at the nveOlustee. 4:1': .\. M, Ix-ave (SrifiiviHe, .............. H.'tHp. M. "11 TI ILL )leave Fernundinu for Juckson villeVT S
time stated below for the puri o.-.e of receiving Ieave Sanderson......................... 5:11)::! \. M. Leave Madi.-Mtn. tJ ','H I'. M.Leave and I'alatkuu11.1 intermediate landings Second Street, opHtnite| Pit-Ofli,

the State and county taxes! assessed for Leave Har.\.vill. .... .">:;) A. M.IxaveKaldwin Live Iak"............... 215A.M. ) : on the /St. John's River, and Savannah
the year 18SO:! : C:4o: .\.111. .\rrh'l'N\.l1l1l1llh............... !tJCNJ( .\. M. and Charleston folowx
us :
Odom's Itranch....__..Monday( Feb. 14 1881 Ix-avc White House. 1u.i: A. s. Arrive Thomasville) ... OMA. M. ,

Rime :Ferry......._...Tueesday II 13 .". Arrive Jacksonville.................... 7 y*11.1. :M, .\rr\; '(' Albany) ......1025 A. M.Airive From Fernundina
hum's Creek........ll tinesaiav U 115 On Mail hnlll'xl'r"Train: Sleeping Curs 1-ukeCity... ...... 3 : .'\ A. M.Arriic .
I1lgghighothalU.Ii..1.hllr.- 17 run through to and from Jacksonville andSavannah ...... fj 25 A. M. ASU ,

Itramjy Branch..1'riday IS ; also Lucas :Sleeping Caw run .\rrh 0 Jal.k""u\'ilh'........'.. 7 tilt A. )I. Jtrt- EVERY: : WEDNESDAY.-: .
CallahanSatu rday It 1U! through tu ami from Jacksonville UIIII Tul.laha.4 Arrive Fernumlina........... 3 40 f- M.
Hart's Road..............Monday It 21 '{'('. Arrive Gaincn.ille .') O. r. M. From FernundinaFOR

oneville! (niorn..Tuesday) ".1 :22 "" FERNANDINA EXPRESS: : ; I OUL\.I Arrive Cedar Key ... It :il) ... :M. SAVANNAH AM. CHARLESTONjrir :

Itakerville (tout"Tuesday) .. :22 .... ;. PASSENGER: ;):: TRAIN-WKST: ItOUND.
leave Jacksonville. ...... .11:1 \ a.Arrive .
Amelia (evening.AVedncs) lay a llaldwin.1::SO f. )I. Leave Jockstinvilltf .....daily at..... 5 :30 t'. M. EVERY.: : FRIDAY.***;

I will l he at my ollice and in J-Vrnamlinu vvhm on Arrive Fernaudina...................... '{:40< P. M. Ix-ave )Fernundina........... .....10 :11. A. N. Close connection made with uha11lesfor
Tuesdays, Thursdays Saturdays, until I Ix-ave Fernandina.|.11Iifl.M.: iA'Gaincvil.e 90.; A. 111. Mellonvilh)) and Enterprise: also with tcum-
not on a collecting tour country, "
'' March 1 at which time books will beclosed I.eave Italdwin .................... 1 1J o r. )I. Leave Cedar Key 4 : IJ A. M.Ixaiie er for Ofkluwuha River; ulwt ut Savannah T.
.-, a and, all property on my which the taxes! Arrive JaekMntvilte....... :1+tov. M. Italdwin "" 7 JO r. M. with Mcumen for New York Philadelphia,
remain will Ice a.1vertiaeNt. Pu.,".'engers: for Ffrnandina and CiiLtr Key U-ave Ukedty 940y., J t-mton Italtimore.undut at Charleston with
unpaid .
take this train NO train from Italduin to Leave Savannah : M.Ieave ..teumcrs for New York l'llilwllllla.| ISultl.limn' .
W. F. Soon, Collector.Fernandina (V lar Sunday. Live Oak................ ...... 2 15 A. M. and with Northeastern A .South} Curlo-
< Key on
February 5th,__1_>+81._ ('CoxxEtTioMi. llaldwin with .\., U. .\: Lave Ma
Greenville.............. ...... 4iZ\! M.IxaveMontiecllit .
FOIL SAM:. W. I. T. R. It., fur Vdar Key, Caill; ,*ilk- 11't'Nt. TIN .txu b JltJI'.WOX1:1': : :,
Fernandina. and all ,inN North hnd ... ..'S DESIRAI1LE-HOUSE CONTAINING( and West ; ut Luke City for Tallaha p> >oJ'\t'(', Allmny, .lrrive'rullaha.es. ...... 71"* A. M.l t'u-rr-\I': :; I'SJIltCXnUIQ." !': : ROOFING ANI iU'TTERIMJ: ,

J\. five rooms, with Clo"t'b. front Piazza, Savannah, and all I"illt"\ North and l Went ; l eaveTullttha. .... 8 :30 '. )I. DATION8.Th CUCUMUEU' : WOOD PUMP Ew:
large Yard, Orange Lemon and lianana at Jacksonville with St. Johns River! Htcament. lA-ave unites..... ." .....10 On A. )I. rough Tickets and Stateroom tit'urt..l ,

Trees. Centrally located. Good title, etc. J.'I.. ECROY.: Arrive (Chattahoochee .....ll'JftA.. )I. and all information furnished at outer, curlier A )large tock of Ftovw on hand. Give tu

For further larticulare, immire at this W. Diyiiwis, 3Ia.tcrTrinslimi.Suj'erintemideut. CONNECTIONS.At : : Centre and Second> Jitrt't'h' a call, and i-omjiare our priees with thv.ao of
office. 4-tf t. Live Oak daily with the Savannah, :.')-l y C. A. NOYES.: other huu 'II, hen or eb'ewhere.k .

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I A THE FLORIDA MIUKOR; fell n wretched wife to the ground\, brought PUIILIfJ SCHOOLS. should, at the utmost--, not exceed, twenty The. grn!p of winter has not relaxed its

to the whipping post\ ns goodly and wholesome One of our correspondents! incorrectly thousand: dollars. That of Georgia, in 1s!*"", hold upon the capital, nnd its ,11 ni1.I'lIs are

4ft --- example to composed} I of ll! members) holding a very getting accustomed to icy !streets! !! and merry
wrongdeters.We charges with
t Plwil.UA : us n desire to diminish the
BATUMI; t nI. 1t t 1SS1.EXTRAXCE prolonged session\ wa., all told, but $W,'

it I ',_ - -. .-. ---- h __ ..- ---- have in this country had, a cycle of school tax Wo have not advocated any reduction j-tO.7.jo The cost of a Florida convention, of sleigh bells and\ zero temperature.

TO CUMBERLAXI* popular sentimentality attaching itself by of the prtscnt limit of three and 108! members: holding session like that assembled BAr "

i j' I turns to one subject after another. Capital\ 1half )mills but we have argued against under, Governor Marvin: of thirteen ORE, February .
punishment\ and the whipping have days! or a little longer, will be repaid fourfold Our Southern people very properly feel a
post any present increase, believing that the
which it
committee on commerce of the House!'! people in the saving of taxation
II of Representatives, it appears, have reportedthe about) returned to their starting }point. cannot well afford a higher rate of taxation should provide for in a single year greater love for Baltimore than each any oilier of the
than BLACK InL: T. large cities which arc rivaling
river and harbor bill with .e now pay An (:examination TIn
an appropriation Ll GUr AT1J'l; here the unfounded of the :South We
OIlSTJlUCTIOX. Hut we are met by the trade and commerce :
r of $100,000 for the improvement of f comparison would, doubtless, show that we in the enlled Black
The of alarm of our friends so-
use\ legislative forms to obstruct friendly spirit prevails
do us much for schools in to elections can feel that a more
i Cumberland Sound. The amount estimated proportion our Belt, who fear the extension of popular
j is
legislation!: now illustrated to the fullest whole section th.1in communities
other choice of local officers, by constituencies towards\ our
for by the engineer department $350- means as any part of the country.The to the
I I was extent in the systematic obstruction tactic fact that in the !! not yet prepared for this respon further north.
I 000, but the aggregate of estimates! sent to of the Irish members, of Parliament. The largest populated' counties sibility. Their fears may bo met by n provision Baltimore has steadily grown in population -
the committee having of the State the burden of taxation falls: believe ,
t exceeded twcnh'f1ve1IIl11ions to the following effect, which we -
idea was, undoubtedly) ( borrowed from this four hUll-
A numbers nearly
t, they felt called upon to scale ;down We have upon one-sixth or one-fourth of the people, I would meet the views of all the white until now .....
country. had instancesin and containsover
repented inhabitants
makes it self-evident that however counties : drcd thousand !
the sums asked for to about one-third of the
estimates. Congress!'! of this use, or rather abuse, of or desirable) nn Increase of school facilities "All officers other than governorand members one-fourth of the whole population of

the }privileges of debate, now technically, of the legislaturehetlicrStatCjCOUuty' 'lalld. The Baltimore it Ohio Railroad
On the 7th instant!'! Mr. Reagan, the chairman called may be, it cannot now be done without or municipal, !shall he filled by a joint vote [ar
of tho committeeIIOVe.1 a suspension filibustering The Republican side of injustice! to a part of our people. "'e are of the legislature ; provided( )however, that is one of the greatest of the magnificent railways -

the House is to be credited with the largest obliged\ now to employ teachers: of linlitcslcapacity the legislature may confer upon anj county which reach the great West, and brings
of the rules in
I order to the bill the
pass and most frequent: use of dilatory motions, in or municipality authority to elect its own the countless! products of that broad region
vote stood for of the rules 100 i iI : districts where the simplest! elementary for its! local
suspension nnd
I : roll calls mil of the officers provide
I :! and when nothing tide-water. Many[ valuable industries!'!
against 83. Not quite tvo-tllirls voting in I education is all that I is possible to self-government. to

f I favor of suspension' the bill was not put I else will answer, with refusing to vote to be given. Our people in the country would BjflMTV: OF niOIITS.The have grown up and assisted in her develop
prevent u quorum. D-oiwrnixt will advocate the vigorous of iron machinery
not if they had the ment. ,
){{ I upon its passage, but the large vote in its The English Parliament i is a conservative opportunity, send their enforcement of law for the! punishment of exist in considerable
very children wool etc. numbers -
more than three mouths. We had cotton, ,
i I favor makes it quite certain that the! bill, will but crime the protection of persons and property,
body, the necessity of the case better let well all and of large capacity The city conn-
I enough alone, and make good and in line, equal and exact justice to
pass will compel the use of rules for putting an use of the means we have.J.l1lnrI.O classes! and colors.IIOIKS ell, in order still further to promote the establishment -
The same amount, $lfH'flOO' was given for end to mere revolutionary and obstructive FOB TIn FrrrnK.With :. of manufactories has just!!
i i improvement of the mouth of St. Johns action the a new constitution formed\' and
on part of a minority. This ( ARMS SECRETLY. all enterprises
ordinance relieving new -
for the of the State with needed reforms passed an
I river. The evident importance of both improvements people ;
t minority seems to consist. of about twellt The legislature, we think, would do wellto successfulIv consummated\ ; with taxes of that character from city taxation of

I will doubtless secure the necessary five members, who take up the role in succession follow. the example of Tennessee and proscribe reduced' and, graduated to the capacity of the any description upon their plant. This

appropriations, from time to time, to of occupying the time of the Hou>je. tho sale of pocket pistols altogether. taxpayers to pay ; with offices ,diminished offers considerable bonus to investments of
complete the work estimated for. Both in number, nail salaries' reduced amount ; a
I \ are
The effect so far to he rather to disgust needed
They are never for any lawful purpose to all the this character.The .
with the school room thrown open
:: of importance to the State, nnd our Senators their English friends than to secure any and are always at hand for unlawful children the State ; with immigration invited harbor of Baltimore has been greatly

t I' and Representatives will, we are confident, cooperation in these measures. purpo e-. The possession of them suggestive mil capital attracted by constitutional improved by liberal appropriations from the f
\' use their united efforts to secure impartially The tllrt introduced, of guarantees against excessive exactions, we
by the Republicans their use, and thousands of boys nnd From a depth of fourteen -
for each its rata share of the hope to see Florida with its:! unequaled climate general
In Congress during Democratic ascendancywill other people, who have no possible legitimate
J and matchless! variety of products, the feet it has been increased to twenty-
t! amounts estimated for, as well as for nil likely be made use of in time when the me for them, buy these murderous weapons, rival in the race of progress of any of the fuur feet, and they hope shortly to obtain a
; other improvements of like character in the is rapidly growing new communities of the
party majority changed. The next Congress easily l'oncl'alelnl1l111angcrous alike to those depth\ of twenty-seven feet. A line of large
State. I Northwest, West or Southwest To this end,
) will have smaller who have them and those who ne'arthem.
n Republican majority happen between Baltimore
at least, let us strive by endeavoring to re- ocean steamers now plies
y 'JUIJGE IIILTQX'S PLAN FORt than this Congress had }Democratic Let their sale be prohibited. move all the obstacles which impede her and Europe: Bud vessels! of the largest t class

ELECTING COUNTY OFFICERS.The majority, and it will be comparatively easyto advancement. como to her docks.

\, proposition made by Judge Hilton, defeat legislation distasteful to the Democratic THE ECONOMIST." EDITORIAL- CORRESI'OXDEXCE.WASHIXCITOX Within a few years great numbers of )beautiful -

that all officers should he elected! by the legislature minority. Tic| newspaper press of the State has re February 4. churches have been built. Many of

'I,! with the that should "'e think this is all wrong in principle. (,t.in'.la'aluable accession: : in the establishmentof and and
; proviso they The debate over the apportionment hill these arc of stone, are costly: magnificent. -
": Which ever party has n majority !should the Economist, of which our esteemed
Jiave the power to allow any county or'city reveals the purpose of the Republicans to The city I Is indebted\ two very
after all ordinary methods:! of opposition has friend, Judge R. 1) Hilton, is e.litorandpro-
its officers to for benefactions
elect to liberal
to seems us open very nullify the increase of Southern representatives wealthy and men large -
been exhausted, he allowed to bring its measures : prietor.} Judge Hilton brings to the work a
In the first it would and John
J I ,grave objections. place, by adding nearly thirty members to -George Peabody Hopkins.
) violate the principles of equality and that to n square vote, and bo held to responsibility thorough knowledge of the history and progress the louse Mr. Cox has brought in an The Peabody Institute is: a chaste and beau
before the people for its legislation. of the State for the last thlrt '-II vc : ,
: I sound principle of constitutional t that no years amendment to this bill which restores to tiful public building, devoted to literary purposes. -

partial legislation should be permitted. To Filibustering is contrary to the true principles and with his known ability and great interest Florida her two members. If the Democratic The magnificent donation of John

I certain l'4)lllltieM1111(1! cities the of legislative action. Members have no in the !subject of politico economy, we anticipate the of \
give specified majority will act unitedly, a fair bill of Hopkins to city upwards seven

\ right to elect their officers and refuse the right to break a quorum by a refusal!! to vote, a most \\'Iefllllllltl conservative discussion 501 or alt will be adopted, unless: the Republicans millions of dollars! for the founding of a

i privilege to others, would be wrong in principle or by wilfully absenting themselves. A fair of all matters pertaining to the interestsof ) filibuster effectually. The measure hospital: and an university will give Baltimore
debate vote should be the rule our State, and especially to those provisions -
\ and probably unjust in practice. and( n square ought to be considered entirely free of !section magnificent !structures nnd splendid
in all of constitutional and legislative law
In the second place" to commit the choice cases.The or party;; but it seems impossible: to lust ititio11S.
which form the true foundations l for wise
: of county officers to the legislature would be Irish obstructionists in Parliament a consider any measure in Congress from Few cities have shown so large and calculating

I far more objectionable than to vest the power will lose more than they gain by the course and economical adlllinistrationot'our affairs its political bearing, if it hall or can be made a liberality as Baltimore, in referenceto

in the executive or the people. It is self- they are pursuing. Mr. Gladstone I is an of State. to have any. There I is probably little doubt) public: work She has largely aided in

evident that virtually the power of selecting abler and stronger man than Mr, Parnell, We append the K&momisCg programme of that the true census:' of Florida !should show the construction'of the railroads leading into
14 and will the its and aims. '"
these officers would rest in the member or carry day.IRISH purposes more than ::0t(() addition to the number the city, and in objects of local importance.
We will, hereafter, discuss some of the
members from the county who would yield AFFAIRS. reported by the enumerators. The recount Her dti1.enlIrc! justly proud of their I Druid
modes' !set forth in this with
'I to each other the selection for their respective Tho obstructive measures of the Irish programme in :Marion county added .'{,000, that in Jacksonville Park, 101'1'01\11111 point of beauty to none in
which wo arc not in active accord, but w(!
r counties. Tho executive has the responsibility members III l'al'lialllent'w're, as we had anticipated entirely with the Efoiicmut in the attainments 1,000, and the discrepancies in other this country. The bridges recently built by

I. and will make duo inquiry} as to summarily brought to an end by agree: of the objects so graphically set counties would doubtless, have given 16,000 the city oil North Culvert and Sr.: l'aull'treet

I : ?: the fitness of applicants for office. The leg the refusal of the Speaker! longer to permit forth in the concluding paragraph ui lathe more. The fault is I not chargeable to Judge are splendid and costly structures, costing

i Mature would feel none of this! sense of responsibility them to occupy the floor, and upon riotous heading IIf Hopes for the Future :" Knight, who only received his appointmentabout over a quarter of a million of dollars l each.

and there would be no guarantee disposition bcingshuwnthey vvcresuspeuded: the first of June, but to whoever They were designed and constructed under
The chief of the EconumM will be
t whatever of the fitness! of the appointees. and, removed! from the Moor of the Hou.se. the advocacy I purpose ofLOw counseled the appointment of Mr. Hicks, w-ell-known the superintendence in Florida.of C.ill 11 connection I. Latrobe, Ksq.with; ,

I Tho question is an admittedly difficult The coercion bill was! then proceeded with TAX F:' .\XII KCOXOMICM.: CloVKKXMKXT.There : : and thus delayed the appointment of a suitable tile Jacksonville, Pensacola ifc Mobile Rail

t 1 question, anti until we can sec a better way and passed: to a second rcatill! Legislative is but one object for which the people man. It is probable that if any )bill I is road.:

i out of it we had better leave the constitution action was also: had! to prevent the recur- condition of Florida, should, in their consent present to impoverished be heavilytaxet1,1111(1 passed. Florida will retain her two representatives. attended The medical, colleges of Baltimore well

'it in this particular, as it is for the present reneenf the obstructive tactics: which had! he- that I isPIIILIC! medical ,college nllllaa'l'1high or University reputation.of The
: Maryland
j When race and color lines! are at un end it fore nlalClcgishtioniallussible. Theeflcctofthis ElirCVTIOX, The disposal:; of the appropriation bill will of which Dr. L. Mcl.anc Tiffany I is dean and ,

will doubtless practicable to remit to the prolllpt action of 1'arhiuuleut'vas ratherto immense Provision for which, in should consideration be ample of, its give the House the opportunity to take up professor of surgery, has an able corps of
as usir'unm4tarot.
\ s\; people the choice of their county officials.THE : allay than to produce exl' telllC'nt. their straightened I '. will I permit, ami pass. the Senate bills on the calendar. ments.professors, eminent the in their special depart

while the funds raised for it should be administered l- The State's: claims: on account of IllIliI11O l Among leading: physicians:! ofthe
Should the
government I now proceed wiselyto be
1 city may mentioned Drl: ('ary B. (Gam
Jnlll-1JIXO 1-0S" ', treat of the real grievances of Ireland, and and expended with the utmost: tilities, the custom-houses at Pensacola and ble, formerly of Tallahassee,and w ll-k 1I0wn

i j This ancient and time-honored British to tle'lstHuitahlc remedies, the settlement economy. Jacksonville, arc important measures whichit to our people as: an efficient medical:: doctor
I'VST AX1> PUKSKXT.tTnder : '
\ ) i institution has, for many long years, fallen of the Irish!: question will be a relief to the our old constitution, Florida's yearly is to be l hoped i will be reU('hell. in"the'e Confederate see no service.

r I under the bun (of tho sentimentalists of the Knglish, Ul\llll1 some degree to the American I taxation state and county, with property The )Republican senators, on the third, in should not give reason Baltimore why a our preference merchants in

} male sex and the tender sensibilities! of the people. assessed nearly seventy millions, was less dulged the undignified business of filibustering trade. The l'omlllerrinlllOu es of Baltimore
thousand dollars.
than one <.III\IItlse'enty -
..other to avoid a vote on the Morgan resolution are substantial, and, no doubt, can furnish
1 sex.It
\ Under our present (carpct-bag) constitution -
hurled .aTiIE LAKE CITY REPORTER"Wo the claimed for all descriptions of merchandise; as favorably
{ finally became the reproach with property, assessed at thirty- denying power the other
us and
] against the slaveholders! the South, and missed: the Fcrnandinu Mirror this OliO millions, taxation State and county, Vice-President! to count and determine the low any to all Points city,at the freights are quite a"*
;; week, although we know of its reception by bus ranged!, during the last: four years, from elt'ltornl'Otl'. j South.
The business
pencil and pen were employed to depict its other parties in town. We regret this, as live hundred thousand: to Hl'Ve1hllnlln',1 of canning oysters! I is carried

horrors, and the most stinging! word cast up we regard the Mirror as one of tho most valuable thousand dollars per annual Leon county, ]Ir. Conkling declared himself in entire on an extensive: scale, and Baltimore; canned

,; by the soi-disant philanthropist to the South of our exchanges. It i is always filled in which Tallahassee, the capital located, accordance with the democratic view of that oysters the world.are found Thousands on sale in every part of
with able and interesting: matter, and is a which then paid on eightcold three-quarter hands derive employment
i declared that
the : question, emphatically theVicePresident
lash being in this
as branch
i was the hissing depicted of business and
worthy champion of all the best interests! of millions ot dollars less! !!! titan IW'IIIIIIIIU- :
of Southern i had no Mich power. The millions!! of dollars are paid to the of
usual' and concomitant people
: regular the State.; Its cditoraud manager thoroughly :, sund dollars in tuxes is now paying: on less
,civilization.Ho I understand how to suit tho people, and so than one and! two-thirds of a million ofproperty I Democrats of tho Senate by breaking the Baltimore nil1' for the universally} popular hi-
long as slavery existed: t the usually: \ mod- good n paper must succeed.Wo between thirty and actual tirtthtlNuul I pairs they have inconsiderately made, canpans of for thisHlrI'O"C description' i is far of oysters inferior made to those use

effective regret that the mail :should have failedto annually in taxes. As"UII arithmetical the! resolution! which is declaratory of found the
crate, but always most disciplineof fact, ;derivable from the 7'loriiliau of March: on coast of Florida. It would
the whip, kept the country quite as free deliver to our esteemed 1 contemporary tile 1.187!), the tax collector IAuueutrlt t ', in the sense of this Congress on the question.The doubtless, be a profitable industry for Florl-

of petty larcenies and minor crimes as the exchange. "'t! are always desirous: that they the short spare e>If two years, collected 1 and growing disposition of minorities to da, and we hope will engage the attention of

of tho North. should be among tho first in order from our! paid I into tho treasury over :$114.7l:_.')," ormore prevent legislation: on the )part of the majority .I some The of our enterprising of people. "-
festering jails: I than thuu"I1I\111111I1ar.; canning fruits and vegetables is
,, office. Wo were indebted to the HejMftfr fifty-seven per by obstructive measure's will have to be I also
of the a very important
I I'orlpwul'll:<1 of u quarter a century I year, and this tuuller u Democratic) administration industry which is ex
whip at the North bus yielded its place to last week for a veryfull and interestingstatement with State scrip tit par. regulated this country as well as Kngland. tensively l'arril't on in Bulininre.

the so-called substitution: of moral suasion, of the business of Lake City. The It is impossible for any people1, especially and all countries which have legislative assemblie's. I
IIl'l'tlpll'lh'illg by agriculture\ the main dependence FLORIDA seTs.t GOOD EXAMPLE.
of its
of RI'Hlrtl'rt.'onsult:4. l the true interests n unity .
I .and even in schools! the primitive arm of Florida live
of the jRMiple to It U
I that
the teacher has been arrested, and young in printing these frequent statements of and prosjier under such taxation as this. (Of The committee I on commerce reported the contract reported for draining I lake Florida Okmhobee. bus closed u

America has been l'ittl'tlnutl.t:; moral snu.sion its progress, and deserves the gratitude amihearty similar taxation only a little more onerous rivertentlharbor bill, which recommitted Iler' which name is included a small ,lake un

o showing for tho latter. support of Columbia county and its tv hen exacted 1 by the Radicals, it was said for revision." The revision was completed on and very large swamp that them
; with a very I poor I between
fn lit'our most extensively
said -
J and truly : < occupy great ,
Slavery; was abolished, the thievish pr brutal capital. ____________ : I rirculatiil campaign; documents\ of lS7i>. it I the 4th. Tho bill appropriates about ten I The ground to space be thus to reclaimed m ossible| 'pun-osc.

;" colored man, no longer amenable to in.slant 1UTXAM COUNTY IOURXAF" itmountod to more than tho net value of i| millions: being about!/ one million two hundred I more acres than Connecticut nnd Mniclui-}
all the' produced in the State." thousand tl.lInrsIOrl' than the total of asNlllu"l.tl'IlIItll'tl
t and judicious punishment, was giventhe "'l' congratulate the good l people of Putnam ITOJW | and is rich enough:, ,
,.IRLi: lIo It14.
IIT\ '
the hill of last session. The increase I is owing oproduceal the sugar the United Stales
in atHlie
of speeding months jail river counties having another the to i
priveloge and the upon What makes! taxation more onerous can use ; but whatever its
{ expense'arraigned tried and Ill!!- N that the class best !> mainly, to including eme million of propels may be,
public l li valuable exM>nent of their interests In till! mass of tax-| ayes !" the prominent fact is that the Mate is
r. ; able to having their largely invested dollars for the improvement of the lower for to pay
further money work
tho pay
.charged. or committed to enjoy the entertaining and useful weekly just mt'ullIf the national
; Urging
; very
taxable bonds to that extent
in ,
i iluu- Mississippi according to the plan of tfovernment to make
intent of the state boarding-house:*, to established tit Palutku The l'ulutknIl'l"IIlcl and other diiru-
no taxes at all. the
pay improvements.
thc commission for The
appointed that !
t emerge a greater rascal than ever, but with- has done yeomans! work in calling attention I EFFECT OX KNTKKPKJsE, ISIt'sTRYSII IMMI- purpose. thus! set by Florida should 'be ftUmvtKv
The for
appropriation i
lout loss of position or respect among his fel- to the advantage of Putnam and the beautiful I tiKTIUS.. sound other states that are sulfl'ringarillu
i Such taxation discourages enterprise.e'rill.| I'' remains at loo.OtiO.. The sum of $:: ,.PjjM), ,? the hope that : : Lomehvmu i
Jows. town where it is located, lind with so! i illlu.tn'llrh'l'S off capital and rejH-ls I, Inl the uatiun may I
plcs which was at first inclu.ll'tIII the bill for day be (' '
A burdened Northern public, after a long excellent n eo-lal! oreraswJounwl\\ l Brother immigration. and, If l persisted" 1 in, dooms the LaTVnt0 helping' lhe" otmt. The I
of the inefficiency of ma-ssesof the to IIt.'rlll'tll.ll1"I"I'rt\.. ; improving the inland passage between the I $ llVuai"h:; Jrliai-} millions: of
and painful experience Pratt will have his heart's desire gratified I Ifill' |fOplo | | 1'rt' v-in
i andire i' St. Johns and St. Marys rivers, was therevision \\e were Made val
with its concomitants, ignorance upon | ueless
j jor. !
free board and its attendant advantages, the Pullet ventilation of the htterestsaud' $ b.v t ht.I.rl'a of the
: in Ilt"'pair, to the madness and criminality !- at the I>suggestion'; some one, river level king 3lissisippi
Juis awaked to the fact that tho brute should advantages l'utllallll'tl\llt i if Communism in the vain hope of improving and that during should 1 have httl I
sum added to the rllaunel years The
: ago. s
simtiltuno'oewlv appropriation uw11erb would I he
and -
not rewarded, ; their condition. 1 i I
I .
to punished
I I and other states have SIJ/O.Y CAMEUOX. ,\ :XEW roxsrm'Tiox. j for the Volusia! bar. This seems i iun I bt.irlnVrl tPUy; hail tile* "mrt'tl half r

t Massachusetts consideration{ the restoration of the Among our visitors the just week has j To reduce taxation in Florida within reasonable unwise proceeding a., doubtless, both I Ieould I haif bu tile)' B: rl''lallatll of the otherWe'n .tt

under : been the venerableSimilon:: Cameron, of Pennsylvania limits will be quite impossible as have been increased and it i is imj>orI I I ;years in .iwvf hope that more tllon U
cormtive tbeI
as u national
old-fashioned whipping lost! I subject to the inr11etI.t'h'costly j
long us we are
good mass of offences which wluise name and |political fame are : g governmental machinery required by j taut to the interests of Jacksonville ami the '! )'rllnt! would repair the levees, anti ap-
0 the great 1 iuirently
of existence'of sodet).. well known to our |H-oplc. The Senator, | our prtyse'nt constitution! the creation of I :St, Johns river to keep open an inland : tune tu the are ready to give a much more

threaten the tentl.( after long service in the United .'tutestcu- i fraud and force under which such taxation age to Savannah. It i is to bo hoped that la".1 whereaa their! "lterill.b"rr.vtfve of hope deferred,
wow bids fair to put mere i h not only >riuitte.1 1 but justified., atah'1igllt end the
Common i trouble
ate devolved his toga ullI.tIhi"| able son! t fore the tiual1oa.-.agl' of the bill there w within a year by
bock ground, and we may .\ convention to frame a new one should making the necessary -
went In the thief who ncaks into whoeouuaantis I an influence( in Ids native j l Ill'. and I wl.IIl'Iit.will l be. called ,by the intelligent aiiamount.iiu-ludedin! the bill (for the inland U allr\'l'lllh DS.il" the ('tlt' In

r before long seethe well as state ecuml. only to that of JiU distinguKhe legislative body now in m...*ion atTallahassee. |msa.:?. sufficient at least to keep the i>ass.age tl, 110 U 1',I tUU e.

the wl<1lJW'W licit,liou-w the brute IUlll who rol*raises the poor hb:,as liana to >el hire I The coot of ucli u convention open for steamers. Jtl (pet utms 1 1Jll'ltl't1\-n 1111 1.(. .


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Journal I Ij

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llotanNt: t'o leis Majcstv( i
for the Florida: ; ::---- +1 1I

A Journey [froml"t.lI ITOX 1t"tIIH'! I A i>isnt: .viiu: 110'1'1:1.: I .,.J ., >-1 WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, i

up the HivcrSt. Jolll1".


Sold 1 It\ W. Xicou. No. .')1.t.! :: Paul's Situated:: directly on the Railroad, i! Ky nail, Steamer, and Sail,
Church-Ynrd, and O. WOOHFAM., CD

r. \ Charing-Cross.! K

[Price Shillings..I ] ix OXK OF TIM: This space reserved fur
ray.COTTON.! O
A, It. XOYKS: GKOCKR: ,AM Snip ('ii \M.l.t.K: I A LARGE STOCK OF i!

who is too busy!' to write an advertisement. I II
Since every colony in America !seems t to I :

have, as it were, a staple comnumditypeculia r

to itself, as Canada the fur ; Massachusettsbay !' For particulars address

fish ; Connecticut, lumber; Xcw-York FT.omn.mmon.. 2

Pennsylvania, wheat ; Virginia and Maryland ( 3-tf Feriiandina: Fla. ::1. J FURNITURE 11

tobacco ; North-C'arolina, pitch and __________.. _.. ___.u.. .... :
tar; South-Carolina, rice and I indigo; eorgia! ,

rice and silk, I am much disposed: to prognosticate Tin: 1.'I.OItIJ\ t"1r1 *>

that cotton will, in time, be a staple (
; -\XII-! !

commodity in Florida. L -.-. .- -.. - --
The cotton shrub i.s: known to thrive best!' I
.11 us. A\M': 'I.\nIU'' .
in a light sandy soil, and in a climate that OFFERS: O i G ] N ElLA L MERCHANDISE.' I

has frequent rains : the pine barrens, and
rpIURD! : :-;''., HIT.: (CKNTUK:: : \i.\oiif\, I T
worst parts of Florida, as well n* its climate, I I
cWo.ooo'r..' PQ) ,
are therefore fit for this: shrub. I HH
It is needless; to say any thing of the utility
Of the most O
importance of cotton as mi article of HKVI.KU: : IN' TIIKChoieest : ZI i

trade ; Bengal, and the Coromandel: coast, in
their riches .\('CI'--::::,III 1.1.:: AND) DEHRAHLI I : : FriiltM" and Vegetable<< .
great measure! owe to it ; theraticoI
hints, muslins, tl-c.: itc. annually : iTIII:
imported by the East-India company, and
: ;
sold at such immense profit, are all made of \
Bliss (iarden Seeds
: Floucrs, Farm and
cotton. At only $1.25: per acre to new settler, with Garden. Implements.. 7 tf I
quantity imported fr.r the West-In --- ---- ---- --
the of selection in of -10
privilege parcel
dies .\Xaa. cV FKIIM: >,
notwithstanding' increase ,
acres or more. Thc.-e! land are located on -- ---- ----
lately made in the produce of it at Tortola
and adjacent to the line of the 13 A K KRS: : AND CONFECTIONERS: ,
one Virgin-islands: belonging to Great

Britain, hehut: a small proportion to the CHOICK:

whole consumption. A great demand has ATLANTIC, (jPLIn-: T INDIA ,
raised the price of the Turkey cotton from TRANSIT: CO.'S It. It., Groceries'Igurs" and TohaeeoM,"" ])RY GOODS. AT NEW YORK :PRICES

five-pence to ten-pence n pound, and of the TOYS AXD I FANCY .\JTIL'U't4.'t'.1olin : : .
West-India, from nine-pence to two shil AT TIM': rorui.AK nuv uoon.s IIOI'NI: OF
extending from FKHNANDINA: l on the Atlantic
lings. \\ *, Entertainment': and 1'icnics, -.
The Manchester manufactures arc greatly toCKDAH KKY, on the Gulf coast, furnished at the :shortest 1\IIlh'l'ut rock-hot- J. & T. IcVDD.:10001)S :

\ 4 cramped by the scarcity of this commodity, thus affording to the producer cheap, constant turn prices, at i ="
and to the bestmarket. ANGEL'S: HAKEIIY,
and would be considerably extended should : rapid transportation ---
C Cent re Street,
cotton become, plentiful in };:ngland.A *. ::.3 Opp.oM' I'. O. Bllilllil1 DRY CLOTHING BOOTS' AND SHOES
small bounty upon the growth of it in The belt country traversed by the Transit ,

Florida, might be attended with good effect, It. It. embraces ii. L.: oTTiitiit: : \OTIO\S AXI FA>(:\' oons.

and be a wise encouragement of an infant :: LARGEST AND Ill-XT: STOCK;: TO SELECT:: FROM) AT PRICES:) : WHICH
colony. ,ERNANDINA: : ) FLORIDA) : r11111.\:NNO'l' HE: UNDERSOLD.Urge ) : :; )l i .
lWlmyHmTY ()lo' :SOIL; ( I
)Ir. tulle has: planted the cotton-tree in shipments of FA I,I, AM> WI.VI'F.lt (au ns received weekly.

Florida, where he has found it thrive so well, HK.U.Elt IN .fitWholesale! and ih,tail, Orders) by mail receive prompt .

a* plainly proves: the soil and climate isadapted I'inP I'uniily Groceries/! I :\l'Yllrk Olllce, f .. tc ) X.E.: Cor.: Centre and Third,
to be found in the State, iv large proportion ,1. 1', \ lk t
.. "t
to it. ." >'.. "- Walker! Street. | J Feriiandina, Fin.
BILK being peculiarly adapted to the culture of ..Hili "

With respect to the cultivation of silk in SKMt: -i'Rorlctt. J F'RCITyaild Early Vegetables, IfUltCI-IG'rrl\] N] ])IC r' & co.
Florida, there is not the least doubt of the and! The Lnrye, Cuiujmct/ JlotUea of Timber PROVISIONS.Customers I: .
make these: lands: worthy CAKKFUL KXAMIXATIOX -
climate being better adapted to the :silkworm -
l by manufacturers of LCMIIKU Sonahua" ('orner ol Hay and flue Nlreelw
than any country in Europe, or probably .
in ANH: XAVAI. STORKS.NEW. can rely upon getting (''HOICKGOODS (
America: : silk abounds much more

in India, Persia, and China which are in : } : asNOTHING JACKSONYLLLK, -, VLOHIDA ,

the latitude of Florida, than in Italy. : SETTLERS:

A considerable increase has: of late been OFFER: (GREAT: HARGAINS( : IN
made in the growth of silk in Carolina and
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Georgia ; at PiirUburgh, silk is become the DDDD}) ) RRRR: YY YWHHI;( ( ( I OOO( OOO DDDD})\ SSSSSGGGGGG
1'iirchasing land! from this fur j
btaple commodity of the this company are are kept in steak DDDDD) }) ) RRRRR: : : YY YY ; : OOOOO( OOOOO )DDDDD) ) SSSSSSSGG :; "
place : town niched with entire j'rre jMixmii/r! on the Transit .,. -- .. DD 1111 Hit RR: : YY YY ; (WI OO( OO) OO OO DD DDSS;
was settled about 40 years! ago, by some natives Railroad for family and l personal: acct DD 1111 HUH It'Y\' <;iI<; oo oooo OODD J ( DD ssssssGG
i1'I' nr
of Switzerland ; it lies: 30 miles east of to the station nearest: the land purchased.TITLK \. I DD}) III) ) JUt: RR YYDDDDD ( (GGO 00) 00 00 OO) I DD}) DD) :SSGGGGGG
Savannah. ) )I RR RR YY ( ( ( OOOOO OOOOO) ) I DDDDD}) ) SSSSSS.SGGGGG : "
III Carolina and : COMPLETE: i:, being derived 1 ,by DDDD}) RR RR YY ( ( ( ( OOO) 000 11)1111) )\) SSSSS: :
Georgia the worms are LOIIMAN.VS:;
the United States and
grant from : : purchase: A.W.
often injured by accidental cold
from the State of Florida. .
mornings, in the !spring, especially: if it is a -FAMOUSPrepared :: 444++:,.:..+..,+JA 1 Kl'KTS) .: I iM 1 ATTINCS I ,+,,.+:Hr*

late one; they are sometimes actually destroyed .

: and at other times are benumbed Flour.
voma5l'OXIHXCJ'OCJTEI: : : :; ( ( ).
and made sickly for want of warmth : this FLOOR OIL CLOTHS.-'AV1XDOW: SHADES.

inconvenience is aNo frequently experienced

in Italy: it is: almost unnecessary to remark, ONLY FIVE: CENTS: :; PER POUND.I ATI-XT: XOVELTIIX: J IX
Descriptive M\rs and ('II'l'I.\It.oIl11llilt't.l on :++ I ++
that the southern situation of Florida has:
application. 1_++1 ++1
placed it out of the reach of this disaster. ++ ++ ++ + ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ '4+ ++ ++ -f.c:1 .. ++ +..

In Georgia there is often a great deal of CII.\:0;. W. LEWIS: : fi-tf; AT OLD P. 0, IiriLDING.( ) I

thunder and lightning in the prln -HCU"iIl\, Land Cummis>ioncr.Otlice -_.: ---- //:1::l DRESS GOODS SILKS CASHMERESjI 44
which is apt to affect and injure the silkworm ear Bear: and :Seventh :Sts. 44i _.
( BUtT II. HTKIT/: -- '
Jfi-t f 44. 44. 44 44 44 4+ 4+ 4+ 4I + 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44
whereas in Florida where '"'"
; frequent -- ------ ('. n.\n'I' .\: ('()., -I 44>! ((44
showers refresh the air, and the sea-breezes Tin,: .OICIU.\ I++. ++

I keep it in constant agitation; the thunder is Iraq) orlerc IIHI'h"ll'Sulc I Dealers) inForeign CLOAKS, ULSTERS, SHAWLS and FLANNELS. .
h meitbersoeunmouorsoviolent! : experience
will probably :skew, that this country is as rnowx iMrnovKMKXT; : ('O II'\XY. mid DoineMtlr

much adapted l to the silk-worni as: to the Linen Department i N COMPLETE: : I IN EVERY: : RIXPECT.: :
mulberry-tree, on which it feeds. It has: "'rents .ViifM" .'h'., OUR GREAT: CARPET SALE(: commenced on the M or this month. Over 5OO
been before observed that this
tree in
its utmoxt luxuriance in all parts of grows Florida. Feriiandina, Xos. 5.5, .r 7 and tit! Market Street.I7HARLESTON. ; dim-rent designs; of IIrnselM' and Wool .'..rlwl''"...are now offered at

Towns" ou 1C. It. Uiie,
And ( ('d..r Key.Otters .
We are glad! to see that the [tope we ex-
-lr Consignments of FUIKIIK Ou\N.Krf ( : IIUI'I.II."IHPI.rS( ; : from 75 ("lw." upwards( to ftl.lO.
prosed some months since that our worthy solicited and returns miude.S11au(: '
prompt \\ 00ItJ'J1'H) ( : from U5 elM. to HI.23. '
conteniM> the veteran Dyke of the Florid --- ----- -- -- --
| rary II.U''OOJ.II'J'1'H( )! : : from :10 ("H. up.
in u, :should J be the uitunimoiia choiceof the 1 to Lewes! and urdm"l'N+ a large; W'. I(. n.u'nXUJI'I', latest designs of FANCY )1,\1'1'1 XOH. )IJet grmltsof 11'hiteatrd'heked.

legi:+!niture for :State printer, has been real A'iEST, Window NliadeN' mado to order-material in all color, (In ordering Mmplv
ized.- The nearly unanimous vote he re.eeiveslprmwt'telcelfrom number of the most eligible and desirable WIIOLI'-IALK: : J M> RKT\It. state color dimension. CORNICES)( : MADE TO ORDER.: FINE: LACE CURTAINS

Lots, suitable for Hu: j a high appreciation I BUTCHER: AND STOCK DEALER: : Kid (loteM' all colors: : and ,Dualities (two to fcix buttons).
;. of the sterling value of the ervices of Captain City or Suburban Resldemrew.UPON AVahealer A large lot of IIHl'H." I'I.'i: MATS, t'J'O'IATi: and CRUMH: CLOTHS: HORIERINi -

/; Dyke to the State.lit0jflce. In Ire.TENNESH : FOR CARPET.jfctr : .
a:' ; KK: H..aa'\ HI'J CIA1.'PY. Hotel anil HoardliiK-IIoiiwe Keepers" will find our prices exceedingly .
:.: Xotlrc. EASY TKKMS.Liberal KKOOU STRUT WHAKF, reasonable, and selection rallii. SHEETINGS.: PILLOW-CASIXU. TAHLE DAMASKS
(white and colored), (DOYLIEH.: NAPKINS, CRASHES: IMS8. LINENS: in
Office Hum-From 8:00 A, M. to fi.OO: p. :M. l'J-tf FERNANDIXA: "'1A.TT1'T large varieties.

Money Orders: and I nlogi"teflocll..tteri: from. Discounts: on Values allowe to ; ------ CornelM, I.aeeN, Milk '1'....., Nllk HiiiidlierchlelV--latit, designs at
RUJ: A. W. to 1:1)1))1.: ; and from :i?:IJIJ. )I. .
arties engaged in manufacturing or industrial !) yonI."":'' by making very
to 3:3): p. )1. from luyo: 1150 I [ -1
Sundays to : \ .1.L IMjl MONEY: whtn u golden : (CHINTX J and UKI'I'S. I"XC'fAHI'U:; : +, JIMP and FRINGK:
and! 3::;0 to 4:30: p. M.AKKIVAL enterprises, who"will erect on the property TO MATCH.JKXTH.
t't'I. chance i it ottered, t thereby always* keeping .
AXI DEPiBTl'UE OF THE MULri. purchased substantial I Imjirovements inverts; from your d' .-r. hive who alwuv ( : CASSIMERS: DOESKINS: JEANS: ;, ('.\ ,unn.-: ; FOR HOYS', WEAR.C'LOAKINGS : :.
...., J/,;/-Arrives daily at lo5o:: A. )(. lake ad vantage; of the :'tllill\ chances fur mak- HEAVERS.LADIES' : : .
., CI.ey to' 3:0< p. M. for residence, or in which to conduct their lug money that are ofltt-reel generally become : and MISSES': : : VS UNDERVESTS: .: sizes and grades, from U.) vup to
Jf//1"'r tuna J/i,7-Arrives 3M.. M. bitsiness.i wealthy, while tho...e who do not I Improve |:?..fM'1",o u lot of RED: : FI-ANNEL: UXDERSHIRT.S: :; nannies-thiegradee .
deists It 10(0.I.. Much chances remain in jHjyi-rty. We want
Sf. .1/ml61l1,1 Tfudtrt JIM MnU- INDUCEMENTS: :; TO MANTFACTUR- nany men, women. 'Iwiyst and girls to work twQur Gents' Furnishing Goods is Complete in Every Respect.-si
Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at :2:30: P.M.L'lifetii for us right In their own localities. The
Mondays and 1'LurMlays. atfOO.i. M. ERS, by exemption fur a term of yean from juincv wit! |uy more thaiitcn times ordi- It Is f impossible, for u<* to IIIt.ntlnn'rv article we bare for sale, but every Imaginable -
fit, Mnrif, il,.., vnltf- taxation uttered by the several cities and larv waes.Vt furni'li ail eix'(i>ive outfit article mally kept in a ..FIIWT-CiakS); \' GOODS ESTAHLISHMEXT: can bo
Arrives Monday( and Thursdays at KIN A. M. and all that you nevi, free. Xo one ..whongages found in our House.Z .
I i. **** Tllf'IClaun,1 Fridays! at 2r:! M. town Apply to t' : tails to make mines very rapidly. 1 e7 rNpeHttl attention paid to Order, and Correspondent.Call "' .
1ViceliiMlaysantiat'tlaviiat9.M.tx./ You can devote your whole( time to the" -
:.'" Cl 11I.t'>* TueM.iy, Wednesdays, CIIAS. W. LEWIS.: Agent. work, or only your moment. For. or address .
... Fridays and .Satunlays at 2:'l) p. x.t t& Office cor. Ilwh A 7th Ith.. Feriiandina, nforntatioa anti) all that U neetliil rent free.Addn .'vncIU,OT''t nixii: : (-1' Aco..

I r\ML. 1'. Hl lIELL, I' )1 1 }tf s i+Ttxasx V Co., Portland. Maine. fi 61..chn Comer of hay and 1tiiu Streets.

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I Collector of Kcvciute-M. II. Warring Madison ARbTdi1oNiffiEiiJEa
Judge-A. Whitlock, City Point. ,
United .
f NtntcM, (Officer Clerk-..\. A. Stewart, Titusville. jsxrxsorif 7)urx-l.\\ 1). WII'::iwnrth, Mad
i LAND OFFICE,GAINESVILLE.JJegistcr Assessor of Tare*-J. 1). :Stewitrt'fitusville. ison. --
; -Jj. A. Names, Gainesville.\ Collector of Rct'CIllclr.. Platt, Lake Jes- lu: N.tTi::1: COUNTY. .
,1/ Iteceiver-John F Rollins, Gainesville.SurveyorGeneral sup, Orange County.Superintendent COI/"ty.T"llc-I-" :. M. Graham )IUl1ltl'nohert ('. TltOI'li'AIjiiiul SEMI.TItOI'IC.1Ii:: FRUIT TIHiKS: HOSES: DKCIDNEW :

-L. I). Hall, Tallahassee.DISTRICT of Schools-Alexander Tin- (.'lerk- H. Grillltli, Manatee.Sheriff I"I.O"IUX: I'L,INTS.
dall, Luke View. IOI'S: 111141 IEiIGlEEN: : : NlIlUiUS and
iI iI ii ii irk I count. ( Win. C, Hiivinnn, Pine (Level
CLAY COUNTY.County ; .AtvfMf of Taxes Win. P. ,
./iwtye Thoinas) Settle, Jacksonville.\ Par- --
.1far3hnl-J. II. Durkee, Jacksonville Judge--lVni./ Peeler, Green Cove rish.Collector .
i 'l'rk-I'hillp Walter, Jacksonville. Springs.Clerk: -O. A. IhllMIII toll, (Green Cove Pine Ievel.Siijieriutendcitt.
A\ INTERNAL REVENUE.: Springs.SheriJtunes. of ,.,Schools lfvl\x\ J. Seward, --
Collector-Dennis Hawaii, Jacksonville. ( "'. HeWitt, Green Cove Pine Level
cI Send for Descriptive} : Catalogue.
COLLECTORS OF Ct' TOlI: Springs.Astcmir. :M.MiloN COUNTY.Comity AMU.KT i. imMiiM: >,
John W towel I, Fernamlina. of! 7'rirra-11'11). Conway, Kingsley. ,hlrlrrJ.. M. Mclntosh, Ocal.i. -
I Edward: IIokins] Jacksonville! Collector of Rrl'clIle111.. S. Plummer, ('Irrk-II.1V. Long, (Ocala.
John F. House, :St. Augustine. S"l'riff-I"'. I D. Pooser, Ocala. 1880. 1881.
/ of Schools M. F.
J. M. Currie, Cedar Key.: Middlehurg.Superintendent Geiger, ,l fMor of Ti.rcs-ThomiLH: Marco, Cotton
t COI.UMIIU COUNTY. Collector of ll'l'clllle-I'rcel'rltk 1. Foy,
State Officer County Judge-"'. M. I ves, Jr., Lake City. Ocala.Superintendent.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. of Sihoolit-ll. C. Martin

GOL'crllor-\'m I). llloxham, Tallahassee': S"eriff-.J. W. Perry, Luke City Fort McCoy THEFLORIDA
I.iencnaid'Gueerwr-Livingston. Hcthel .'h'rlOI' of Tnrct-L. "'. Rivers: : Luke City. MONROE: COUNTY.County .
Tallahassee. Collector of Taxes-Thus. W. Get/.cn, Luke Judge-Chas. J. Baron, K(' "'('!'.
{ Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Tal City. Clerk. -John Siteher. Key West. .
Superintendent of School Julinspotsdamer ..
)lahassee. ."e/'iff-Hicharll Curry, Key West.Assessor .
UIIIJtrlJlh'rn. Barnes, Tallahassee. City. of Taxes-Walter\ C. Maloney, Jr.,
Treasurer-Henry A. UI'ngleTadlalusvee.AftorriryGcnerlGeorge: IItTV.\J. (YILJNTY.C'otatlyJndye1Villiaut.t. Key Vest MIRRORO
j jI 1'. Han(')', Talla McLean, Jack Collector of f'lIlIe--Wultl'r (C. Malonev,
I hassee. sonville. Jr., Key Nest..SuprrintenrlenofSCrools.L.
Gunmissioncr of /Minis Hugh A. Corley, .Clerk.. -Thomas E.: Itiickman, Jacksonville. / V. IiarrisKey
Tallahassee. .. ."r.iff-Urlnh( Uowden, Jacksonville. Pest
Superintendent of Public lu4rnctloi-E.: K. .IjMrMwo/Tkrw-Danlcl 1'. Smith Jack XAMMAIi! {'OV TC'IIIl1fy.lllycI1inton \",

Foster, Tallahassee.AdjutantGeneral sonville. J. Maker, Fernan-
-J.E.: Yonge, Tallahassee Collector of RCI.'CIUlc-II'IIr\ A. L'Engle, dina.Clrrk
Commissioner of ]luniyratiOltDr.. Scth Jacksonville. -C. "'. Maxwell, Fcrmmdimi..
French, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Scllllollhl'rt J. Hus-! Sfcrijf-I'ctl'r Cone, Fernandina.:

,1 SUPREME: : COURT.: sell Jacksonville. '. Assessor i if Taxes-Win. II. Garland: Fernandina. [ __ ____ !,
HAMILTON ('Ol' TOmllty.IlclI'llry \
Chief.TII.tiec-R M. Randall, Jacksonville.
Associate Justice-J. Weatcott, jr., Talluhus- J. Stewart, Jasper.Clerk Collector of llecrnttc Warren F.Scott.' her 9 l
I 4 Robert S. Stewart, Jasper. nandina.
4t t Associate .TIU/tirc-H. 11. Van Valkcnhnrg, S"eriff-Jnlllc8 M.( Duncan, .1iu..per. Superintendent of Schools-"'. A. Mahonev, I
Jacksonville.' : Assessor of TI.rr.J.. T. (Cooper' Ancrnm. Callahan t
1 Clerk-U. 11. Foster, Tallahassee.! Collector of Re"elllll.-.J. 1' B. Goodbread: ORA NO E COUNTY. ,
Ik'iiton. Cohimbia County. County I/lllc-H I.. Smnmcrlin, Orlando. i
CIRCUIT JUIXiES.Firrt : I Superintendent of Schools-Joshua II. Roberts 'lerk-J. 1'. Hugh<,y. Orlando.. iII
Ciicitit-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- I Ancrum.I Sheriff(? Thomas\ W.IhilI"ort\ Reid.AffeKKor : ..

sucoln. I HERNtMH ( )l'NTCllllnty \'. of Taxes-John C. Itrvhon, lIaklm"lIIe. \\', ,1
Second Circuit-1)avid Walker, Tallahas tt"I
Judge"'. L. Frierson, lirooks- !
Collector of T"I''IIlIC-XUt. Poyntz, Orlando.
rk see.Third C'rcllit-K J. Vaini, Madison ville. Superintendent, of Schools-John T. Ileeks, ,
Fourth L''rcllit-lt. H. Archibald, Jackson lr.k-J. C. Law, Ilrooksville. Fort Reid. i !
,'! ville. "rr.1J'-.J.! Mickler, llrooksville.AKKcunur T.'\'Ion'Ol'STY.. '
Fifth Circllit-James Dawkins, Gainesville of 1a.rf8I.. (la rrColI, Brook J
ville. CO""tJIIIIl-V). N. Cox, Perry.
Sixth C'rrllit-If. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Collector of Revenue-F. M. Townscnd Sheriff:=Thomas: Osteen, Perry'Clerk : law
-John M. Fanlker O
Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Coke, Samml.] Urooksville.Superintendent. Perry.Superintendent
of School*-Dr.) S. Stringer, of Schools-E.; Yunn, Perry.County h jl I I
TI"'uw'-O. S. Sutton, Perry. Ili ,
llrooksville.! 1 I II 0
Court t'uleiulnr.! O/Ill/'II'III/-O/ / N. Cox' Perry. .
THIRD CIRCUIT. im.iHimuonir COUNTY. ('''ulll"'fur of ct'clllle-Johll) it. Cal ltouu,
Spring Term- County .JI/luc-H. h. Crane, Tampa. Perry.Anffssor. ''t
Taylor, 2d Monday in April. Clerk-Win. C. Brown, Tampa.Sheriff of Taxes-Win., II. l'urkl'rI\'rrr. .
Madison, 3d :Monday: in April.Jlamilton I). Isaac Craft, Tampa. .sr. JOHN'S ('Ol' T\'.
4th Monday; in April. AetM of Tares-L. (i. Leslie, Tampa.Collector M, B. I 1I p I IIn Ihl alkC
County Judge/ Cooper St. Angus-
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Suwunnec, 1st Monday after 4th Monday of Rl'I'l'lweI' JJuris: Tampa.Suprrlntcnilent I I lilt I .
in of Schooln-H. L. Crane, tine.Clerk I ,
S April. '
llartolo I Oin'rool.t.! : : Augustine.Sheriff t _
Columbia, 2d Monday utter 4th Monday Tampa. :- A. N. Pucetti. St. Augustine.
in ApPit. JEFFERSON': Assesmif of Taxes David L. Dunham. St.
Lafayette, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in CountiJudge-A, Whitner, Monticello.Sheriff Augustine .
April. =-Vf. 7.. Bailey, Monticello. Colin'tor of Jll'l'elllf--Josl'ph I.'. Lhunhius: ,
Fall Term- ClukB.. Limiur, Monticello.. St. Augustine.
Taylor, 2d Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-J. 15': Christie, Superintendent, of SdIlJlJITlaollla'4 A. P.- I
Madison, 3d Monday in October. :Monticello.:\ cetti, St. Augustine II
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October.( Comity Treasurer-1V. A. "'. Simmons, I
SUMTER: COUNTY. ==:001i .A.N'"DJOB ==
., Suwunnce, Monday! utter 4th Monday Monticello. .
in October. Collector of Rrt'fllllC-Jol'Il'ph Palmer, Mon- Olll"tIII/ !/ -Henry H.(''assidy, Leesburg.Clerk .
Columbia, 2d Monday after 4th :Monday:\ in tied lo.Atretmr. -Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.: ,' ",. ",
October. of TIl.rC8-J.I'. Grantliam, :Monticello. :\ Sheriff( }. H, Dyches) Leesburg.:, '
Lafayette, 3d Monday utter 4th Monday in Assemor of! Tuxes-Joseph Hutihinson,
October. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Leesburg.

FOURTH CIRCUIT. ('otoitiJudye-1V.J. Dixon, New 'rroy.Sher Leesburg.,4uleriutrirl'nt Collator. of RI"/IIlc-John "'. Dyches, PRINTING HOUSE

Spring TermSt. ;( '--J. J. Johnson: X1'ro, of jlIIIlI.\ H. I Duncan,
John's.. ;Tuesday in March. Clerk Unwell Hawkins, New '1 roy. Lake Grillln.\ ,
Clay, 4th Tuesday in March.' Sjierintendent} of Schools-J, 1'. Ramsey, New
Hradforlli 1st Tuesday in April. I 'fro\,. SUWANNhE COUNTY.
in County J. J. Painter New Michael Clouts Live
Tuesday April. Treasurer- Troy. County Jitdgi- A. ,
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Collector of Jtevenue-Newton Sapp, New Oak.
Duvul, 3d Tuesday in :May.:\ Troy Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak. J ,
Fall TermSt. Atsettor of Tixcs-1V. "', Cottrell, New Sheriff:-John R. Sessions Live Oak. Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel, i ''
John's 3d Tuesday in Set teutber. Troy Assessor of Taxes"'. H. /Sessions, '\"(, t '
Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. LEON niUNTY. born. IFEIlN i it

Bradford 1st Tuesday in October. County Judge-H. C. Iii'qx'y, Talluhashce.Sherif Collector of 1l1.t'cIJlle-Uoh'rt F. Allison, t!, "
Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. -A. Moseley, '1'al uhnMMl'l'. Live Oak. ; i
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.Superintetulcnt : Superintendent of Srhoolll-J. O. C. Jones, r ,

Duvul, Tuesday in November.FIFTH of Schools-Henry N. Jo'l'1 k'l, Live Oak. l\.NDIN .iFLOltID.l\ ,
CIRCUIT. 'falluhn "l'e. VOLUSU COUNTY.County i i
Spring TermSumter Trt'a/lllrer-.1.' Demilly.. Tallahassee.: Judge-Fred. I. LaPenotiere, En ; i
:2d Monday in March. Collector of Rerrnue-C. C. Pearce, Talla terprise. I; ,
Marion, 3d Monday in March. hassee.Assessor: Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise. I tt.
Taxes It. A. Tallahas .... ". .\. Cone
Alaclma, 1st Monday after 4th Monday in of Shine 'lrriJ.r-\\( Enterprise. t
March. see. Assessor of Taxes-llcnjamm Richardson, I II

Levy, 3d :Monday:\ after 4th Monday in LEVY COUNTY. Enterprise.: : _... .,, .. .. 1 '
:March. County .ludyc-1V. ILSebring, Itronson; Collector of Rtt'el/lle-Juhn H Jordan, De- -- I 1I ,

Putnam, 1st. Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-J. M. Ilarco, llronson. Land.Sujwintendeiit. i ,r
March. "; Sheriff"'. D. Fillluy!< Fall TermHtul1h'r- Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Willis, HroiiMin. l Enterprise.: ; r
,I 4th :Monday:\ in October. Collector of RI't'rIUle-John C. }Mi-Grew( WKl'LLA ('OU (TV. ,

Marion, 1st Monday utter 4th Monday in llronson.8it Countn Judge-"'. T. Duval, Crawfordville.
1 1k October. ]>frintendent of Schools-Jos. F. $ands!!!, ,S'rrW.;, H, Walker, Crawfordville.
Alachuu, 31 Monday after. 4th Monday in Brat isoit. II'rk-Xllt. Walker, Crawfonhille.SujMrintendent Having uddi1lV\ TYIM1 AXI XI:'"' IMtll.SNKK to our office, and having
October MAIUSON tOUNTY. of Schools-John L. Crawford
Levy, 1st :Monday:\ after 4th :Monday:\ in County J/ldflt-H. Withen-poon, Madi, Crawfordville.
November. son. County Treasurer"'. T. Duval, Crawfordville.
Putnam, 2d Tuesday after Monday::\ in Sheriff T. II. Wit 1.11'11. Madison. .
December. Clerk-John ). Hoggs, Madison Collector of Rrrenue-11'. I I. Walker, Cruwfordville. >KII.LED: : WORKMEN: who know how to use the same, we arc now .
SEVENTH CIRCUIT.Spring Siifierintendent of Schools-E.: S. Tyner, .
Term- Madison, Assessor of Taxes-Get*. 1,'. Register, Craw- prepared to do any and every kind of printing: : "
Volusia, 1st Monday in May. County Treasurer**. S. Smith, Madison: fordville.
Urevard, 3d Monday in May. .._ ____ u___ - -- *
Orange, 3d Monday in May. CCE
Dude, :2d! Monday in June. :! .
Fall Terni, -
'. Volusia! Monday\ in November 00 C
Ilrevurd, Monday::\ in November.
k! Orange Monday::\ in November WV ::2

Dade, 2il Monday-in Uerember.County 111CI FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD

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JuilgeJuniu: C. Gardner, : THE
Clat-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville.Sheriff : : AI. ..
John 11' Turner, Gainesville. :s "" c FQ X10[ M Cry
Assessor of Tujcet-J. M. Dell, Gainesville.Dullector j
of Rt&'muG.l'. Thomas, GalnesSuprrtidendent 'lie 1' ('t Rlb: BY ABSORPTION (NATI'RI's WAY)
vIle( Cj : YOUR B.1l'.1CIIE i .\* Neatly and n!% ('......1. HH any Office III Floridu.I '
of .'ichoot.-O. A. Myers, and nil diH'iises!! of the Kidneys, Bladder LUNG I.SIANKS: ,
.' Gainesville. and Urinary! Organs!! by wearing the l\.LI..J TIIUOAT ISIANIK: I. .
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BAKER COUNTY. IMPROVED EXCELSIOR: : ---- -- Urealhiug& Trouble
\Junt"J"dtJ6-Jno.; 11. Herndon.Sanderson.Clerk 1 ,,"
-}'. J. runs, Sanderson. ;.r KIDNEY: PAD.It It IHU11'0 the system curative I '
Sheriff J. C. William!! Sanderson.Aucuor agents and healing medicines.It I $; itIi

I of Taxet-K.: G, Rogerson, Ran I is MAHVEL\ : of HEALING: and UKLIEF DRAWS FROM the diseased parts the .1 -.......,;.-... .-,-. .. .-.:-- ---- ': !
dersn : -SIMPLE.: SEXS111LE, DIRECT.PAINLESS l jH>is, ns that eau e death.
Collector of /town Hit-hard' Kennedy, : and 1-OWERFUl: It CURES' Thousand testify to its"\irtiuw.. ". ."-....,

Darbyvillc.Sa where all else fails. A REVELATION: and YOU CAN HE: lal.nVtUU: : .
i! t.: t'rl<lu1mtof of&hool-\\ Hampton. REVOLUTION: in ft'llidnl'b..orpHon lTltIO.I I #
Olnstee. or direct medication, as opinkMtl to unsati! Ion't di-miir! until you ha\t trial this -. ''I :,
\ BRADFORD Hit-hard COUNTY. providence.ClXbiHenry factory internal nutliciiu-s. Send for our .bible t".l-.i ily H'I'liol and RADICALLY :.n.1 i I '".. u'.
It. ,
> -}o'. York Lake Starke.Butter.S'tcrffW. .. treatise druggist/ on Kidney, cir bent troubles by mail sent on free receipt bold of FEITUAL: ) by DruguisU Ueinedy.Sold ,.or rent by mail on receipt I'I' ?#> I WtM-nd your order for PRINTING, HINDIS(; and RULING to offices' out.

( W. Tumbliu, TWO H01.1.HS.Ildrl'l !f of TWO DOLI-VRS.: bvTHEONLY"
f ft price, price
J. McKinney, Lakebutler : bide !hcIllh'; Onlers! for either will '
TauI-A. rl'l't'in'lrollllt
LUN 1'\1'11. attention
AUU60'' of THE "ONLY" LUNU 1',1> (0.. ) u ... from us, Address
HltN-k William UUk.IMroit ,
Williams ,
t Gllleelor of Revenue-Alfred D.Ome, Lake IK-troit, Mich.3terThis Mii-Ii T.OIUIJ.V '
\ I'I'Dutler. Send for t > timoiiial* and our h..uk MIUH01I.FERSASMXA "
It1 E. Harrison, : is the original and genuine Kidney jrir \s> ,-
,Superi'tteukSchool6V. Pad. Ask for it and take no other. W three Million a Year. Sent free W, J(9.

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.**. 1'111: rLomitA LimsL.vrvm:. Asj-embly hill No. 100 : Fixing the tine\ )MOXHVY January. county one thousand dollars.By .
_.. _. -. .- for holding the courts in the Seventh Judicial The following bills were introduced": Mr. Moore( -Assembly! bill No. 159! : To

J. X. KOHNOX A SOX. Tin: \\\\l IXTUOIHTVrt AXH IMSSKP:' 1IY OU Circuit. By Mr. Welch-Assembly: : hill Xo. 12.; : To provide\ for the execution' of writs or decrees

1.\\\"- I.lalIT TAl.t.AllKI':. prevent the careless use of tire-anns on pub in !special' I cases in other counties than\ the

f Tl1t'1"O.1\', February: lie highways!' and! llI'ol'porah'll'ill:1. one in! which they are i sued.: AIlolqII1';

I C'omniiMsioii Merchant*. I The I'l'occctltngit of the Senate. The following bills were i introduced :: Bv :Mr.t 'Bryant of Polk-Assembly hill Ill)' bill No. 100( : ll'oanientSectionSlChap-:
'u Mr. ; hill \ Foi Xo.'l'JO:!; : l'nrthC reliefot' Ir.l I E.: (C..11urtnIi her 310)( Powers Senate uvs
sCIL1DLld'1'oN .\Tl'HU.W. January 20 By -:: II. : : '
the relief of the IIl'iruf Helen C. Ha'l'Ih' ', (If Polk county.\ .
: 11 Ir. Delano illtl'n.hw.t'IIU::; \(' bill No. 0.1; : \ bill No. 127! Fotho'relief
: S. C., 11 Ir. McKinnon-Senate bill No', IP. : 'By )1.1' :\lIil'I-\I"l'lIIhly : : 1'ehrnary5.The .
To provide fur an annual: census of the material To provide for the assessment and collcctioiof of I D. Hammond ; to the0111- following bills were introduced. :

themselves strictly to their resources of I this State. the the mittce on claim*. By \Ir. TIl'pill-\" I'lIthh' hill No. lfi| :
taxes improvements public
CONFINING illl'M. respectfully solicit; con The following bills were passed l : lint upon By 11r,1Vilkinson.IS'e!' hihly hill No. 128: :\: To fix the annual tax )per mile to be )paid bylines
Assembly hill No. 10 : To prevent the selling : For'the and this
signments.j : hill 'I'll protection of parents guardian of land telegraph operating in
By Mr.I :-l'l'l'r-4l'l1all' No. II.M :
hiring! bartering, lending, or giving to
or other persons having I hl'Il'ga I supervisioiof !' State
regulate the fees of sheriffs in the I State oi
----------------- F minors under sixteen years of ago! or toper minor By Mr. ldratll-\IIlIIhh'; billo.. 102To : -

j i'ERTiLIZEitS. j cons of unsound mind, certain fin"al'lIor Florida.By Mr. WItktorl'l1lte bill No. lL'1:? : Tr The following bill were passed I : grant certain )powers to clerks of the circuit y

other dansrcrous! weapons.Assembly liurize the investment of certain funds in Assembly!' hill No. !0 I : For t the better goy C'olll'llol' this :State.
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hill o.I a I : Toauthorizu lliranWilson. eminent of cities and towns lu this :State.Assembly : lly Jir,11'hiddcn--.lSSCnuhly' bill XI). 103\
\ hill
l..I1II1I111111,1.+, Also 1 Senate No. 122: : :
This business has been our special trade l U minor, to control his own estate For the relief William II, Coleman. bill :No. SH : TnIl'l'UI'l' the safe Proposing: amendment to the constitu:

for over twt'nty'arl., and we have endeavored Senate: hill No. SO : To incorporate tin fly 11 Ir. Xiblack Senate bill No. tiKJ: : : To delivery of'moneys and papers of value transmilled tion.By
to furnish our planting friends a 1TRKARTICLK Like George Fruit Grower* .\ !lodatloll, amend: section four of an act to amend 111nl' by ollicers.Assembly )Ir. (OI'l'l'n-\ll'lIIh'' bill No. lot : To

and their continued patronage i is Senate bill No. 70 : To incorporate I the to provide for I the registration 1 of elector hill No. Hit : To incorporate theFlorida locatetii county I'itcllf I Holmes county and
Lake H'orl''III, ( (' ('I'\' Association. Commercial to I t t thereon.lly I .
our best indorsement."e are prepared, to elections August l'untpany.lsscunhly prevent controversy
and the holding approved' '
fill orders for all kinds of Fertilizers, together :Senate; hill No. t7't'o: empower' (C. (II.t McKlnney (eI i, INKS. approved February: :L'7, I 1S72.Bv : bill No. It : For; the I'dl1'of 11 I r. Perry, -Assembly: !bill N'o. 105( : To

with our Cotton and Corn Fertilizer and Santa to erect adralvandtnlI-hridgeucross \II'. ThoIlIJ'l"oll--l'lllh') ::; hill No. 121: ;: Thos. Elli compensate \\ alter C.( Malonoy, Jr., of Monroe
Add the Fe river county, valuable services to the State
Compound Phosphate.J. [ .
For the relief of \\ 111. Marson.By
''iintiriiiiitt'iHis. II. I I to besheriff '
X. I ROBSON & SON, ( Hutchinson )Ir. Dell-Senate bill Xo. HV.: : To Tn'"I1.1'l'Irunl'Y 1. By Mr. VarrAssembly hill No. 1I.'or\ :
: F. I K.: He la Una. to be elerk.of(' the relict'of Peter Goss.By .
CO (Charleston: ( change tho seat of government of this State. The t following bills were hutrutti'dRy ::
circuit court ; :Stepi'n'Fri; tiart. to be assessor hill : 11 of -Assembly hill, Mr. Couper-.lssemhly bill X.). 107 :
.. i ByMr. Thompson-Senate No. ll'i: ;: r Bryan Orange
-- -- of taxes of Eseambia countv.MOXIIY. \ \
To nix the pay ot members of (he legislature! No. 12)! : In relation to the cancellation III' Providing for set tingapart homestead and
(:otTI.n A t'O.'S thereof.By personal to bo ('exempted from
and otllcers! and attaches mortgages.By 111\1"1'1'
\Ir. Jones Senate bill, No. H.7: : For Mr. 1'IIIooIl'a.I--\"I'lIIhh': bill No. l.'SO: : forced sale process of law: approved

.........................................,........ ............... The following hill were introduced : the relief of Jacob of To punish vagrants.By June :2.1:\, ISO1!, and to repeal a purol ofl'hapter
t Thompson, Levy county.
Mr. Willard :Senate; hill No. Sit Tel
fly : i idcliiie
t Mr. 1'olluck-.lsscvitbll! hill No. 1.11To :\ : lll!)" I, Iplru\.1 February :21,117h.I :

jJ"c :J"I'I'U'I'II.IZI.U: ; "f.;. the jurisdiction of justices of the ;The following bills were passed: l : provide medicines and medical aid for flylr.. \ !' ''" bill \o. lfM'I'oprotect :
pence.lly the citizens of this State the
................................................................. \fcl'intiun-Senate( : bill :No. !II.); : Senate bill :No. 11H: : relation' to married I the alllictcd pOll I'. of concealed against
women.Assembly. By 11 Ir. l Reynolds-Assembly: bill No. t 1:1: :2 : use weapons.lly
To establish a :State; University and Normal : : bill, No. 10S : Requiring: bond. To 'amend sections 1 I. 20, :21.: :12 I: und.'ts: of Mr.I Cooper-Assembly bill No. 170 : To
IS: Till BKSTrnillNG :; College.: ANo.( Senate hill XII. iMI' ; ; To amend tojieghcn/ by, plaintill's in attachments suetnut an act to establish a uniform system of common repeal an act approved 1 February 1, 1 1801, enti I.Ihodanattoiulltrovetlienuvigntiunnt'Peace I.
('lall"l' 4.0.\ 12: and, 15 of Section 1M of(Chapter
1'I the schools, anda I'niversity, lhppruyet.laninryu '
for FALL O.\HJ'X:4-it: : being: lfi'lIlIf! the l Laws of Florida, to provide II'l'jll..lIl'\1' peace.Assembly ( to drain\ the swamp and overlowed .
1 bill :No. !9 I : For Ilu.I'dll'I' government :: iy ml.! 'rl'l.k.l\lcl
JL not only perfect plant food!, but willkeep fora series of text books in thl-Iah': and to of cities and toMiin this :State.Senate ; By Mr.{ McGrath-.1ssenibly( .bill No. 1:1'J'III : .\ : ( land Ihl'l't'"I. and an act approvedFebruary

all insects at a respectful distance. compel the attend.nice of youth upon the hill XII UH : 'l'0l provide I for the amend section roI'III1wl to amend sections 0. 1S70, entitled an act to incorporate

For sale in any quantity, large) or small, public school payment, of IISSCSMUS: : 1 for enrolling the militia :2,3, 4, .i and <0 orders delivered\ The t follow im; "ill"'l'l'e im-cd,l : to for tho sale
and country FUr'K: 1 : on ill the 1S70.;( the fees and I'l'rtlil'lIIOI' certain ollicers odl11.1 provide
boats or cars. Vegetable) growers, TRY IT. Senate hill S';,. 0.1;: : For the l'llid'lIf (Caroline Assembly vear hill No. 115) : To incorporate Ill )1 r. Rohjnsnn-.1scmhll' bill No. liU: : of lands I'o\rl'l by said" acts, or either of

(;GOl'LD' CO.. Jones: of Suwnnoe:: ( county.Senate Florida Commercial I ('11m To define what shall bo a law'till fence tllC'I.1111 to clear the title of the Trustees
Gt 3m 11V. St. Jacksonville Fla. hill :\11, st : To amend Sections 20 I of the Internal Improvement Fund to the
Hay :-l'lIall'loill; No. lo. : 1"lI\'thl' rllipf'of:4.: l G.; By Mr.Gotzeu-Assembly bill XII 1S5: ) : To
and IIII' of the Laws of Florida.Assembly ,
21 71
: Chapter hill1)a: : authorize. Irvin ]1-\111I81111110.: ( "'. Bovims, Sinvance:: county change Section 52.: (Chapter ::oml..) Laws til' same( etc. ___

Florida.By .
Johns to erect a ntill-tlahl: across Sampson::, I'STKltS..
II. J. BAKER & I5RO. :Senate\ hill No. it!) : To incorporate\ the Mr. Miller-Assembly bill, NI). tl11:: : For J.l..Tl.\a
river creek and to hIl'k'nh'l': on certain
the of readers
For information
l'anabclle.l't'huviias'ille K.ulruad Company. the i'clid'ot' M. Lively.By our w(

swamp Subsjitute' and, o\'C'l'fI'I\\.llnlld.for Assembly, "illn.*. : ::,0 : Toauthorise 11 I r. Cool' Assembly! bill No. 1.17: : I publish: below in full, the hill for the planting

the circuit courts of this State to Senate bill No. 47\ : To amend Chapter To provide summary bills against delinquent of oysters, ,'I'., introduced by Senator
tenants.lly .
of .
:.T147 tlll'IIl'lllIf 1S70.L'tiiijiiiiiiitlaiis
215 PEARL STREET\ NEW: YORK: convict and sentence criminals in certain J. 1 Jo;:. Skipper, to be clerk III'tllC Mr. ( OJ''I'n-.bsclllhh' hill No. MS: : : To "'. Nnylur'l'hotupsun at the )present session

cases. circuit court, \\'uoohillglllll'Ollllly.I)1.: amend section :it I of an act to establish( a uni of the legislature i and which lots become
Assembly' bill :X.i2! : To prevent wanton( 1
IlIjnl'of :animals.Ciiiilifiiiiifi'iiiii Owens, to be assessor: of taxes;, Orange county fOl'lIIl'r h'lII of common schools, and a I'ni l law :

Manufacturers of ; -\\'. \1. hes, lr., to ho county ; "'m. L. Frierson, to be' county judge, versity.The: An Act to encourage the planting of oysters
Hcrnando 1'01111Il"hl'l'l A. I Reid: to be following bills were 1aisscdScnate :
judge John Vin/.ant Jr. to be clerk III'ti" ; in the of State and to
; : this ,
clerk of the circuit (court ante county( ; hill :No. 5,1: : Regulating; the! intermarrying wlh'r Irot'dt
circuit court J.V.. I'l'rl'tn he sheritl'; t the rights o1'owners
;t Fred and Julian J. to !he 01'whitl' with of tlll'f'ot.
W. Acosta
-r-CIIEJIIC.IL:: I'Eli'I'ILIEICS.-: +- L. \\'. Kivcrs, to lie assessor of taxes for Columbia Hoyt: persons persons of the Stl' \ Uttrittu, )'ryre.
commissioners :Nassau color.
1'0UI1In.; \\'. Hawthorn to bo assessor pilotage, cotiuty.1'uu'1'ch'tiary Assembly bill No. UK( ) : Fixing the time ((' 7)1l' ( mid Anteiiibti/ tto court u$ f
of tll XlI I for Alachua county ; J. P. Seventh Judicial fain : SrcTtnxl..Inyl: ""'tidesiringtollauit!
4. for holding courts in the
Grantham, to be nssessorot' taxes ; Joseph : uystervintheptiblit! I ( ( watcrsofthisStatcshallapply !
The bills introduced, ; Circuit
Palmer to be collector of revenue for Jctler- following wero : to the commissioners of the
By Mr. Mallory: l'lIl1ll.lill :No. I ll.S:! : To Assembly hill No. 101 : Forlhl' rl'lil'f'of A. 11111':
*' --i, son county ; James! Yates, to be collector of incorporate the( 1'cnsacola V; Atlantic Ihiil- I.. Randolph i and \\'. .\. l Rawls.Assembly : ('ollit\ 1ynterissittiatt'ulsetting
revenueV.. II. Jones to t be countyjit'lge forth determination to in
; plant oysters a
On\Xa lands bill Xo. UN Requiring, plain-
road and certain :
.fr.-i..1" rt (Company to )
; grant
( \\ II. Lassicr be of for the
to assessor taxes before ('l'rlllll describing same as near
boml in suits IOI'IIII\
to the same.By tills: in attachment to give :
--'I'lnl: : Washington county. 11 lIIHoI''lIl1tl' bill No. 1 12.!) : To j justices of the peace.N'KIIXiyitiv. as may hiI. and t tlics-aid ('olllllllsln-:
exclusive rights (to such
cm may grant person
and dissolve I
TnFl'hrunrr, 1. repeal municipal corporations for Much locality, or
)1.'XtTln .tj.\: under certain eire(1nistnvict's,11nul (to any pll'tOI tll'reof.with ,
; : : providethe
.___--s: The t following, hills, were introduced : in whil'hIudll'il he : : : February 1 I. I'I'1 boundaries as JI)
By 11 r. Uol (1suti-Scnah'hiII:: X'I.II! !) : For ( manner l' may re- The following bills were introduced : proper.SKI )

j making F.lyshu McKlory; heir-at-law Henry i incorporated.ByMr.. I. :Senate\ bill No. l.'IO: By Mr.[ Green/ -Assembly hill No. I 12!I : Toamend : % 2. Any person obtaining' from the
1). :Saxon: Thompson- : :Section: (0 I of ( 'hapterthis: ;, Laws of commissioners: such grant or exclu
A Most Article under our For the relict'of Peter Cone shcrii'ul'o3' 1'01111'
Superior! own By Mr. L'l-Bl'lIl1ll bill No. 100\ : For the ( Florida.By .h'l lll. and !'hnl fail to utilize tho same
of the Grand l of the Independent Son county.1Ih' Mr. Hinson bill, No. 130: '
:Special:: 1'urlllula.COMPLETE incorporation Lodge Mr. 1Il'11- l'llI\ll'loi1l No.: 1.11: Delhi- Assembly : by planting \ !' t hl'n,11 within one year
Order of Good Templars of Flor ;: Fur the relief William Hrovvnsonand others thereafter, shall forfeit such grant.
and for license
ida. jug 1I\IIdll'f. providing{ a of Gadsdcn county.By SKO. :3. Any person who shall unlawfully,
By 11r.11'ullar-:Senate; bill No. Ml : For Mr.( Uinstead-Assembly bill Xo 131: : without ,permission of the owner, take up or
[McKinm.: Senate hill Xo. l.'W: }For
levying tax on real and, personal property the 'rotation of otliccrs ut'courts, and: to To incorporate the Pilll'Oro'e( (Camp Ground; I take ami carry away)' by any J'IUS. or in
for road purposes.Bv ( !! in Siiwaneo county.ByMr. any catch, interfere with, or
r MANURES i Mr. 'I' 101I11' OIl-Semite hill No. 102: : regulate the I'I'rlirlllalll'I'oflhl.ir' duties. Conant-Assembly bill Xo. 132: : : Ili"lll'h IIIIUIHrhlll another, now or hereafter .
For the r'lil'l'of John .\. Whitnev.By By )Ir. Mallory- l'lIult'lill, Xo. l.'M: : ToilH'lIrl"'l'atl'the 1"or'tllO I'IJjefofthc heirs of John Broward. lawfully tl > .lnlh'llpon the bed of any
; Com'
I'l'II""lIla11''l't: Cur
i \I Ir. )ld illllt'-Senate hill \'o. loJ: : To By \i I r. Speer-Assembly bill No. 13.1; : To of I the bayous, rivers, I bays, sounds or other

FOR EVERY 1'.\i i Cuor, amend the second section of'hlll'tl'rllii( pany. authori/.e the Itoanl of Commissioners of waters within the jlri411rllon of tiiis t State,
of the Laws of Florida. The following hills were passed : :State Institutions to purchase tract of land.ByMr. deemed !guilty and upon
Senate bill Xo. (lo.:{ To) amend the second IoIlwllm ofll''lIr.
By Mr. Willar.l-Senateb.ill:\ No. WI : Toamend : I'erry-As cvithly bill No. 13t: : To 'olvkllol. '
section of :1117 of the LInysofFlorits. .hnllll' IlIIlrli'loll-
Prepared on scientific principles to supplythe an act in relation to; the issue and Chapter : t1l1pl'J''i'lXlllllill ment in the county) jail not more

service of criminal process in certain rases!! flyI I r. Bryant of l'nik-Asst'nhhlylull No. nor I less than one month.SKC .
exact plant food for each crop so ash without )payment of fees. :Senate\ bill Xo.02: : Relating: landlords: 135: : To amend Section 107 of Title t of Uiws : 4, I shall be the duty of all persons
what! it exists.
for what and
By Mr.I B'ryson' -Senate hill No. 105 : For Iic'lI. upon of Florida.By planting as provided, above in this
to produce large yield acre.MKU.KKS .. To) of O'IoII'J.
Senate bill Xo.
: per the relief S.; (J. Evans: and O. \\'. Bevun, of 110 : require justices: \I I 1'. Bryantof Polk-Assembly bill No. Ill't. to til boundaries and limit! of
the hOlll I.
Suwanec countv. peace' to give 130: ; : To grant certain i>owers to justices III' the 1'1'11. of o oysters so planted by them by
\ the better
bill For
By Mr.{ AlIl'li--\I'lIalt': bill No. KM : For :Senate 107 : protectionof the peace.By I buoys, as!! may be prescribed{ by the
ALSO IN- the payment of 1I" l'o"Onl fur enrolling. the of passengers railroad on railroad. cars employes! Mr. Marquis-Assembly bill No. 137: : county commissioners, at Ilh.rvul1 of not

militia in 187<>. \ bill companies.Senate the To provide for the payment of witnesses in more than fifty "nlt" apart, clearly)' defining
: Xo. iTo
The following lilI'l'l'l': passed : : enlarge powers certain cases. the of ullII. latlltukC or buoys
I'HnmCImClTL'flTlt.I.; CHEMICALS : Senate; bill No. !111) : To compel lilh'nI to oflhc'rilf"lllllll justices of the peace in certain By 11r.11'ilkinsun-Asstnihly' bill No. 138; not or Ilt'rf're( wih navigation

a license tax. cases. unmarried females from I living of of the of this
pay prohibit any wutC'1
hill To for the lavljnhl.
Assembly hill ='". '!'I : [For the relief of Senate 115 : provido with, married females. State ; and to t 1 (, or buoys I
SULPHATE: AMMONIA.ACID William J. J. Duncan and Xehemiah Hull. widows and families of deceased persons. By Mr. Jl'Jlkh''I-\'i'lI'llIbl bill Xo. 13!> : standing, and in ke1( order and repair, nthicrwlse

Senate hill Xo. 01 : Relating to the sale Senate bill Xo. 11To: amend Sections To 1111I11,1111I act entitled section 13: and re- no penalty shall i be Incurred/ or right

PHOSPHATES: ;, of er'rtainaorieulttint! products hi this State. 45 Florida.and' 40& ; of Chapter 1'CIO: of the Laws of neal sections 10, 14 and, of an net to establish Iwtl'I.lulh'r the provisions of this act,

Senate bill No. 92! : : For the adoption of a and kN'Jlln !good repair the public roads who wilfully removes -
Senate bill Xo. ) For the of
t9! : adoption a
child. and highways\ in this State. or causes to removed any of such
MURIATE: OF }POTASH Assembly bill Xo. "8 : To amend Section 1 child by Henry I). Saxon and his wife Millie By 1Ir,1'ilules-Asscviddy' hill Xo. 140 : To stakes or buoys, without the consent of the
1) of
of Chapter i093 of the Laws of Florida. :Saxon, county. Incorporate the Motitlcello A Georgia (Railroad who has( lawfully placed them in JMI-
In the Chas. JI'JII
session with
SULPHATE OF SODA, ConfirmationV.. Jeter\ to he clerk of joint '' Assembly, Company lton, shall be deemed guilty of u tll.111'malor
the circuit court ; T. P. Shiner:; collector of 1Hykl' was elected State printer. By M Ir. Byrne-Assembly bill Xo. Ill : and, on conviction thereof shall

revenue Liberty county ; Moses J. Brown .- Relative to the Sabbath day. hay I line not greater than ole hundred dot- '
XITRATE: OF SODA; to be collectorof revenue, Duval county ; By Mr. 'tM'I'l'r-AIIll'llIhl' bill Xo. 142 : To url 101' less than twenty-five 11011U1 or be

J. R. Richard countv judge) ; \\'. "'. TuimV 1'roceeilliign of the A88rmblll.'I.Tt'RII ] make certain regulations of practice and hUlrllol'llll the county jail Itrl.1 of

SUPERPHOSPHATE LIME lin ; Henry F. York, clerk! of the circuit )leading[ in action of ejectment Jore thirty days.
court Bradford county. / \y. January:I. Several joint resulutiuvisproldsiviganu'nt) Sw. 5. That the provisions of this act shall

The following bills were introduced : meats to the constitution were Introduced. give no exclusive right or privilege to any

SULPHATE MAGNESIA: ; "'JWXtaUI't'lJruul': ; \' 2. By Mr. Williams of Bradford-Assembly The following bills were l'IL'I"c.l1'I1Iclllhly : 11'iOI or |>ersoiiH to 'plant pystcrs in front of

The following bills were introduced : bill No. 117: To authorise Tliomas!! DeklcUt .;\ bill Xo. 11 : '1'" enable settlers any land now owned by any r'enlol fronting

By Mr. Iallor\--\ellnle:\ hill No. 107 : "For erect a mill-dam ucros.s Five-hile creek on State lands to obtain} titles thereto. tin any of the wuh'n of this State, without

Strictly' .-..Ground lioue. the better protection' : of passengers on railroad in Bradford county Assembly !bill NO. M : To provide fur the the conseit) of the owner 'of said land, and

can, and the employes' of railroad com By Mr, Hl'Yllnlls-Ai'Iocwhly, bill Xo. US :: service of subjHfiias In chancery in other the exclusive privilege the lp.
pan I('!I. Also, Senate:\ bill Xo. 10M : To give For'the relief of Dr. M. I* Powledge. counties than the one in which the action ration of this act shall not extent beyond I

Our circulars give flllll'articuiunl. and arc the legal voter* of certain voting precincts By '1r. Bryan of Hillsboroiigh. ('nihly was brought. the date of purchase or entry and occupation

mailed free to all applicants. They contain the option of determining whether the sale bill'Xo. 119: For the adoption' of Henry Ar- I Assembly bill Xo. 03: To provide a chnpaln ff the land In front of which any' such oyster

information that will be of service to those!! therein of intoxicating liquors shall be li- thur Snow bv. Henry R. Benjamin I fur the lunatic asylum.Senate IJ.IIII have he"1 loc'ah'll

buying using Fertilizers. 3-4m censed.By DyMr. Hl'Assembly bill Xo. 12O: To bill Xo. 32 : Relating to tho arrest /SKT., II. Xo oyster tJ lo'uh.tlll accord-
Mr. 1'Kinllun-jol'lUlh. bill Xo. 100: provide the manner of taking approving of fugitives from justice from other States. nice with the provisions of this act, shall

-. I In relation to the payment of assessors: of bonds in criminal cases: l before just ices of the Senate bill Xo. 00 : To legalize the town extent more than one-eighth of umilealonghe
taxes! in this :State\ who compiled' the agricultural roem'c[ govennneutnfOrlando, Florida. bank ur shore of any water, bayous

statistics' for the years I14i1 unit By )[r. Harris, -Assembly bill Xo. I 121 ; /'It'IIUMil\ No. 10 : To hll'lJrporuto| the rlvJ or sounds In front of the public or nn-

1878. Fur the relief of the estate of Boiling Baker. A'alton& ('+Cooiieratlve Association Xo 132 of U'UI.I1llal'I' of this "State

UNDRETHS'Mi By Mr. lVillard-Senate bill No. llo : To By )1r. Jenkin--Assembly bill) Xo. 122: 'atron of Husbandry. Walton county all 1 the existing natural ormuernul .

require just! ices of the IIl'U'c' to give bond. To provide fur the maintenance of the ixxtr. 'lorida.. oyster beds in the watt'J of this Slate

.I I By Mr. Delano-Senate bill No. 111 : To By Mr. Howren-Assembly bill Xo. 123: Assembly hill Xo. 50)! : For the paymentof are exempt from the provisions of this net,

ccno ** create the liability of railroads in this State; ,. .reestablishing the otllce of State Geologistand costs adjudged against the State of Florida itnd that they remain for the free use of the

: BEST 'I for injuries to passengers.' to provide for a ''tlfJgiclllllllrvt'Y of the ty the MUprctnn court. itizens of this State,

not*oldia four town,700 1881', By Mr. Duncan-Senate bill Xo. 112 : In State. 'Senate !bill Xo. 37 : To enable married Approved January 29, 1H81.

s|,'tttMabf,.,.' Cord nwJ.lor C Drop.U. I It I relation to the relinquishment of dower. By Mr. Cottrell-Assembly bill Xo. 121 : women to dispose of their separate property STUB or FLOKIUA. t tOrricr
lope u4. Prir.: ..ow......,_........1dDAVIDLAIYL1t8T I By Mr. McKay-Senate bill No. 113: : In To prohibit the suing <>f parties' out of the by last will and testament. SEI-KCTIKY or STATK. J J ss.THK .
; 4to U.Il.d
l1IoIa.&BONSopwn 'DA.P1 relation to married women. voting district in which they reside by jus- I I, John I.Crwfurll. Secretary of State\ do
By Mr. McKinne Senate bill No. Iii : To tiles of the jH-acc. TIICHHIIAY, February 3. hereby certify foregoing is (
amend Sections and 45 of Chapter' 'J040 of The following bills were (iasst91. : I The following bills were Introduced : ranscript of the original now on file 1 II'tJI'l tl.o .

-- ----. I the Laws of Jo'loridli.IIIJ., Senate bill Xo. Senate bill Xo. 2*: To relinquish the claimof I By )1 r. l'htllllllcr-AlIIClllbly bill Xo. 153; : '.

115: To provide for the widows and families the "State of Florida to lands in the former I To prevent the selling as butter of oleomargerine (liven under my hand and the great seal l

G. F. VERY, of deceased j>er'oris.By I 'alatka military reservation. or any spurious preparation) Il\lrllflrt. of the ": of .'Ior.l at Talla-

)Ir. Brysori--Senate bill Xo. 117 : To /Senate bill Xo. 31 : For the J't'liefuf Thos. ing to lie butter.By [u s.j] hassee, tni hint, day

i amend Section ." of Chapter 310f;, Laws of A. Carruth. Mr. Caiiova-Assemhly' bill Xo. 154: : of .' Iar)c'aJlal., 1881.Jons .
Florida. Senate bill Xo. .ll : To admit Solon B.Thiirman I To provide for l'ullingoutthe enrolled and ', L. l'wt.CU

The following bills were pasted : and Henry L. Branch to practicelaw I organized militia this State to aid the civil Secretary of I'\tut\\
T InmyXIJ BOARDING STABLES.CARRIAGES Assembly bill Xo, 2k! For the relictof Eli: in the several C'ullrt.II' this State. i authorities.

L C. Horn.Assembly. Assembly bill No. :21 I : For the relief! of By Mr. Perry-As.sen.bly! bill Xo. 155' : In PLOIUIU
; AXD WAGOXS: bill No.Kl : To change the boundary William J. J. Duncan and Xehemiah Hall.Assembly ; relation to the custody, feeding and maintenance VIUS"Wo
To and (rout Steamers\ and Train lines of Manatee and Monroe counties.Assembly bill( Xo. mlr: the relief of Dr. of persons charged with or found have received the first number of tho

CONTRACTS FOR HAULIXO, ET'L: bill No. W: For the relief of Henry Parramore and the widow of Ur. H.M. I guilty of contempt of Cdurttl.By J'wr1t,.Vcif. a tri-weekly evening jiaperjustssued I I

Walter I* Tresoa.Assembly Tucker. }Ir. Xewsom-Assembly bill Xo. 150. [ Jacksonville., to I*?
FOB KILE! : bill Xo. 87 : For the relief of A"iIMlilI Xo. II>:.' : For the reliefnf 'fu amend Section 2 of Chapter 2007 of the I promises .

.. J. Parramore and the widow of S.M. laws of Florida.By well conducted and new sheet
HOUSES; BUGGIES, HARNESS.CARTS ;. Henry Walter I* Tresa.Aseeuthly Illular .
ANA WAGONS. Tucker. bill X<.. 70 : T. enable |crson Mr McCray-Assembly' bill Xo. 157 :
\ IK'IIIIJMil ;o. 114 : For the relief of whose lands were sold fur taxes assessed! For the better protection of laborer In this *. S. R. HTOVUL. )Iorr 11"01. hay* '

TERMS: C.HJI..r xOttit Thomas Ellis.Assembly: prior to the ycurI477, redeem the same State.ByMr.. When your"Only hand,

c and Stable-First Street, near bill Xo. 14 : To prevent illegal A,, fiuby'bil| | N'o. 107 : For the protn-tion Mt rath-Assembly bill Xo. 15* t IIYII could not raise hilt bead. He I U now

Broom :Street Wharf. 4IMf voting in this State. of laborer, To authorize Ivy county to pay Marion up and gaining every day. -Set .!


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J : FLORIDA MIRROR Cotton Crop of 18':O. Jft'lne"eu.s.. The Weather.Fni.v.xntNM ----.I J. II. PKESCOTT. ;

State Acreage. Hales, The schooner /.Van made the time on her L1)C.tt nasEltvArynNs,

rr.ju;oo,:;OU SIX "iiiiVTitS: r.I abama .................. 2,278JX: ) f .'J.R.j4 last trip between, New York and Fcrnandina. ] : }Fi.v., February 11, 1 1881.MAUISK. --
r f fI" Arkansas....,....,.,..,.... 1.009.007 590,712:
II I j h Florida .............,...... 2I4.W:\ M.GOO" ( in forty-eight hours. The quickest!< time on 1sso. L.-.881.! _... Fit '
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I" Local Rejections. Georgia,......... ........... 2.579.JKW! ( 803,211: record. ,
Kentucky ...... .......... ;.3,0:50:\ 1,472 Steamship City nf Dallas sailed for New :;:; r:: :;:;
Dty I'.a I I .1- -1
: i is very good. Louisiana ................. SII.hli/l: <> r>oo,2l7Mississippi : York on Wednesday.The )':J Comfort, ,/
I ................ 2.0tJ.0.! ( : !918,820S'orth -- ) -
'I' was a very warm day Carolina......... 8S0.192! : .'183,033Vmth :; : Russian bark t;1.:0: from this port, Saturday :i.i:! :S2: 41 fiZ: Iloudv. ANDL'k :

1 weather for several days pnst. Carolina.......... 1,3H,3fiHl.4n/ :! arrived at (Jucenstown!! on Friday, February Sunday n 4G SO) 511 Sul Cloudy,
: rennessee ................. 709,78'i'; 2o,033!: :}:\ 4th making the sail in thirty-five days! JlondaS' i 4H .i4 j SIJ 1.1, Vollfh') Durability.
L:) .' fail to go on the excursion Thurs ,texas ...... ...............2,138,554! il'\'\ ,f'i;!' 'fI1I'Itay H rII1 5.. (j() ns Cloudy.11'ttilncwlay :;
:} which I is unusually quick time. !! {9 I iO in 5i 02: Cloudy,

'Total..14(61,1(17! .5Xi,7G7 The l bark Jf. 11. Jones that sailed from Thursday 10 44 41 G2: 44 Fair.

:{ tfl" arc not fifteen vessels in port this here in January for 1'ensacola, reached, that ]'riday .. 11 (_ i Iii jn 6R=j2 l Fair._ 4
& Sale nf Trannlt lload. port j just in time to receive<< the full blast of !

\ Dclcna C. is in portR'ckinga West the late storm but luckily she! sustained noI I .
Pursuant to the notice given, the sale of
lie Transit Railroad took place at the comKiny's Ilama e. I'brt of I'crnandlna.nmn .
real estate has changed hands The Morgan Line steamer foundered
Li office in this city on Monday( by P. WATEU.Saturday : .

week. \Salter Ksq.: special master in chancery, on the morning of the 8th off Ship Fd,. 12..... 0:44 A. M. 7OJ p. M,

!r1 $3 to Orange Lake and return, on 1 under the decree of the United States court Island. There were no lives! lost, but the :Sunday, 1:3.... ii"::! 7:4i": Having largely increased my f
: steamer and total loss. The Monday, 14..... HOIi": 8:2:1": : III both linoand t
was! a
of I'oof-ucar
Mr. E. Pickerson, president, of the road, cargo Tuesday, 1 15..... ::44" !//oi": .slot-It ,

of comfort and minimum of I\issociated with )Ir. 0. 1). Willard, as trus- I steamer was valued $ )(OOOO. Wednesday\:! 10..... !9:20: !//U": nuMliiini grades! I am enabled y
The steamer f.llnton/ of the Morgan Line, Thursday, 17..... 9)8": 10:20: "
became the euslom-
is good. ee, purchaser.It before my
takes the place of the IItCllICrtw'pldlt/ !, and Friday, t 18 .10:3j": ( 10.8" place
'1 of Ansttn is due here on Hunlf.\y, is rumored t that very beneficial results ? largo assortment of
will sail from Cedar Key on Monday next, ers avry
be anticipated in of the reorganization KXTKUEl:
nay consequence
1I for Nassau. 14th inst., for Key West and Havana. Hoot and Shoes'' made by the11tost
consitlcra.I), of the company, which will re- 1'cb.'i-S. P. St. Johns, Vogcl, Charles
are having The Western Terns sailed from
sportsmen steamship skilled
I ton. competent anil
I lound largely to the benefit of the State.
i SS in securing hird -.-. .- here for Jacksonville on Thursday last, and Feb. 7-Seh. (Hr.lc1hl) Silliat, Deinc- workmen. These Goods werepurchased

Brooks of Washington City, is in was due here going Xorth on Saturday, but, rara.:
The Cumberland llonte. Feb.: 9-S. S. City. of Dallas, Ri>k, New for CASH, and are
detained at St. Johns bar did not arrive
I I, in property in our city. being York.
The number of travelers reaching Floriday here until of this week. She Xew e\ehaiiged for the namecommodity. !
J. of the firm of C. II. Thursday Feb. 9-:Sch. Silas C. Evans, Sylvanus, only
Spicer, this route attests its popularity\ with the /sailed for New York on Friday afternoon. York. This will be deemed
: it Co., Xew York, is in the city. raveling public. The two lines to the North- Feb. r1gllrPolinaC.Odell( ) Trini- l

Wallace Sisters gave three perfor ,vest out of Chattanooga, vie with, each othern /aIyKEN.December dad. a pleasure after seeing, examining -
) 20. Latitude 30. 12. longitude Feb. 10-S. P. :St.; Johns, Vogel, Charleston. what
week. and learning at
in our city during the past their excellent road-bed and capital equip- : ,
.r)8, 5. schooner Kiiiina /'. Hurt, Davis: from .
excursion train for Orange Lake nent. From Chattanooga to Macon the Fcrnandinu for Sun inalut. CI.KAUED.Feb. extremely low prices theseoods a

I "erllnn<
ime. At Macon the traveler finds on the bark Prince/ Rupert, (Br.) Robinson, from .
city arc
gardens Pcnsacola!! Cardiff. vcn. I .Jtfl-.My f stock of UKXTMttlKVSrUICMSUIXCi

and soon will be remunera :ilacon & Brunswick Road the admirable January 4. Latitude longitude\ 13, bark Feb. 8-Sch.,I-'dward: Doran. Wurdington, (:<>OI>S is, worthy/
1 Iccping cars of the Woudrulr Lucas patent, Columbia, (Ger.) Schumakcrfroin Savannahfor Philadelphia.

vhich, to our mind I excel in comfort and Bremen. Feb. 9-S. S. City. of Dallas, Risk, Xew the attention of those desiring'
'1 manifested on our streets re York.

t. gives },Fernandina. very city-like ap j onvcnicncc: any others. Unless crowded JllfI.'flTKtLq. Feb. 9-:Scli. Li/zioC.' Hickmim, Rickurd, fine (ioods.jtSOrders. '

10 top berths arc put down, and curtains Hark Abraham. Lincoln; (Svved.) Ostland, New York. left to my selection

I, ake the place of the boardcd-in closenessf from Darien for disabled]ut into Feb. RrigArco'.t t. Small'I'rinidad.:\
Cameron and party, accompanied > the Pullman car. The hitting rooms at Bermuda, nth: ,, with rudder on entering Feb. !9-Hrig l'ildot; um. McLean" lluonos will reeeUe careful and prompt
i the harbor the vessel grounded, but
". Wicklifle Yuloc, visited Dun- well end of the car give some place to sit got off next tide. Divers examined her bottom Ayres attention.
is i-iHT.
Thursday. town while the beds are made up and\ taken and report it not injured except some )

1'E steamer fochgarry, loaded at ,town, and a sense of comfort is felt. At copper' ,' dented and shod uigpartly' gone. Was Steam-hip: Florida.Western Texas.Steamer J H. PRESCOTT,
rcpuiringOth inst.
by Mr. l.nwtl'yurr'ellllt Hull Brunswick, the Vlnnt, a swift, commodious Steamer H. U. Plant.
i The crew of the bark .f",anti, (ltal.) 'orsan-- 4-3m i'eriiandiiia, Fla.

I )', the 8th inst. and roomy steamer, especially adapted to cjrro, arrived<<1 tit Key Wct, Florida, January Schooner Adelia.

will be excursion train leaving the service, and commanded by skillful and 20th. The Aniati, which was bound from Schooner Silas I 0. Kvam.P.rig --
'iJ Vnsacola for Glasgow with lumber, has been Delina C.
'ii J on next Thursday for Orange gentlemanly men, makes the traveler welcome totally lost on the Florida Reef. The Amut, / Schooner g.\ml.Tohll"oll.: \ \.

i Fare for round trip, $3.: for a pleasant excursion run of three was -ill tuns, built at Palermo in iSO( :Schooner Jesse I Hoyt.Schooner .

hours, with a good breakfast taken in comfort whence' she hailed.CHlHtHCCH.<<1. .\lIita,
I a crowd have congregated on our ._ :Schooner; 11. \\". ,lndcr,-at.
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and rest from the confinement
I. during the week to hear the Wallace grateful trig Kildonan.:
of the cars. Fcrnandina is reached at 10 l Brig: .A rrntt.
band and bee "the JIIllI\ walk the The, following i is the list of consignees ,bythe Hark KOII'crfl'.
o'clock, and the train alongside the wharf
steamship City tlJfll1t1, :
speeds the traveler on his way to Jacksonville ]trick,
at King's Ferry, controlled counties .\. G.i & W. I. T. R. It., R.G. MfQuitty, II. Limo
and the St. John's river or to ,
heirs of King's estate, was sold under the interior, or Gulf coast or IIavuta.I'rtsort ( I':. Pottercr, Mrs Clarke, A. 11. Xoycs, .I. H. (Cement t.

sale during the past week, at Proscott, Gco.i Pewson, Sanborn .V Hoyt t, Phi-tor.:
Fla. T. Ini''. Co., G.t :Stark, J. (Ula":scr, )Irs.A. Hair,
at. AT Svxnoux .t I Ilnur's.New .
C. Stark, J. J:. Httmmorly, A Soydoll .<:
the turet finger; will give .
Phillips, L'a tell -----
Tj The Ituko of w ieka was 1gUI'Ht. of ----- -- -- '- -- -
'. IuotV.. I'. $1recty,1L, 11. F.
of at the Methodist church\ Pro, ( H. AdterliNenieiitx.otiee .
song the Kgmont: Hotel the past! week. .... _
: lover of good music "'nas, (lico.hih', J. it T. Kydd, J.I I" Lob- u
v Every R. 1""'. Armstrong, of New York who is man', \\'. Like, "". F. Wood, Jr. \ of final lroof.LAXK

attend. considered<< one of our best yachtmcn, was in -' OnIT: GUXK-VII.I.K, Fi.*., r11 a
1'loridaarrlved on Wednesday the city during the past week 1'relUhts. January 5th, 1881."V'OTICK acs a p 0:
list. A special train : is: hereby given that the follow1.1 -
largo passenger Mr. Mellen, who hud charge nf the Kgmont: J'itrh fine Charter itiirliiii! January. lug, named I settler has: died I notice of his i .

at 2:! o'clock p. m. for Jack Hotel last season, passed<< through our city on Kl'UOI'KVN.: intenlion\ to make final proof in support of Is a compound of the virtues of sarsaparilla -

convoying her passengers. his claim and. that l"ai.II'I..f. will be made stillinsia, mandrake, yellow dock, with
lost his Thursday en route for Green Covo Spring llritish bark l Kllic P., from Savannah: for I I/ .'ire J. A. Edwards. (Clerk Circuit Court, at the !iodide of potash and iron, all powerful 1

4ti nights ago. a young man Mr.[ J. P. Leech,, of Pennsylvania! is in the Bilbao, $lIi.Briti..h!<;. Icrnundina, Fla., on Wednesday: February blootl-making, blood-cleansing, and life-sus-
containing some seventy dol He has with him two Irish; setters of lurk Rebus, from l'i .-.ea oul:1: fur 9:I, 1$' 1. viJAMl'S: ::\ L. LONi.'HomoMoail; taining elements. It is the purest, safest, ).
one finding it and leaving it with city. : the United Kingdom, timber, -C5: l.' s. Xo. 1705, for I.ut I Xo. 1 of:Section\ 1, in Township and most effectual alterative medicine t
railroad shops will the best kennel, and has had considerable! Spanish! bark Juliana: from Pnscagoula for :2!, Xorth of Range: :28! K.: He names the known or available to the public.) The sciences :
lit the sport, killing quantities of birds( every time lil'IIOI.t:5; : 15s.: per standanl, lumber.Rus following witnesses to prove his continuous of medicine! and chemistry have never
rewarded. bark Peter llraho I'rlUlI'n'IIull- produced so valuable; a remedy, nor one so
ho out.George >ian ; residence\ upon' cultivation of sl\hllnn.l,
all diseases frommplll'e
goes potent to resulting
so-called Wyman performance on last la for England direct, .en, timber. vi-t.: .\11"1.1Jlakl'r\ of Fernandina, Fla.; blood. It cures Scrofula and
Fairbanks editor of the Mirror
R. ,
Samuel: I'I'ttIIf Fernandinu, Flu.; John II.i .
all scrofulous
Hull was a SOUTH AMERICA: diseases. Erysipelas,
: evening at Lyceum returned to this city Monday, after un absence i I Low, of Fornandimi, Fin; and Win. Wilson Rose, or St. Anthony's! Fire, Pimples

f' disappointment to all. Undoubtedly of several weeks at Washington City, Brig! John Shay, from Wilmington for of Fernandina. Fla. and Face-grubs, Pustules, Blotches,
( the poorest entertainment we have Rio, $20.Urig 8-5t I.. .\. HARNKS, ltegisterr.! Boils, Tumors, fetter Humors,
r called to Gainesville to .
but immediately
was I':. Pennell from Wilmington
\ in this city. The attendance was Mary -- -- Salt Rheum, Sculd-lieiul, lUII;.worm,
> see his son, who is quite sick Aspinwall, $12. Notice of I'iiial 1'roof. Ulcers, Sores, Rheumatism, Mercurial
and it is to be regretted so many were Rene from Urunswick for Montevideo Female Weaknesses
The following prominent were Hark L\xi: OrncE AT n I HS.'iVH.U: :, FM., Diseaseeuralgla, -
'/ i; for orders P. T. January 14th, 1881.TOTICK and Irregularities, Jaundice,
,J) New Orleans Advocate( announces the guests of the Kgmont: on Sunday : 11(r. Brig Clotilda! from Savannah for Montevideo ;\ : i is hereby given that the follow Affections of the Liver, Dyspepsia. ,

W. MacPoncll and X. McKenney( of Philadelphia ; Mr. W. L. for orders: P. T. I.1 lug named settler has filed) notice of his Emaciation, and General l>oblllt) .

of lteHohl'rt the Parsley, of Wilmington, X. O.; Mr. Tlios. It.Keogh Hark Bertha, from' St. )[arr for Montevideo intention to make final proof in support of By its searching and cleansing qualitiesit

'i"" i wife, foreign missionaries, at : of Greensboro', X. C. Mr. J. II. V. fur order*, I'. 1"'n.lT his claim and that said proof will lie made purges out the foul corruptions which
He the blood and .
of contaminate derangement
Mexico, on the 21st January :: IMUKS.Schooner : before II. J. Baker Judge Nassau: County,
Drew of New York Mr. C. H. Allen, ofXew aud decay. It stimulates and enlivens
i of the Rev. Geo. (1. N. MacPoncll, of ; Fla.lt Fernandina, Fla., on Monday. February
of York ; Mr.[ 1.. I). Willard, of Washing-1 : Fannie R. Williams, from Wilmington :2Sth, 1881, viz.: : STKl'HKX: I D. KIRKLAND the vital functions, promotes energy and 1 <
M K.: Church, South,. and nephew Walter of Jacksonville.GeneralS. for Porto Rico, $S.SU one port, $9: mo-toad\ Xo. :2!, for the W. 1 of strength, restores ami preserves health, and I
Jon City Mr. Philip infuses life and
A. O. MacDonoll, of our city. ; two i>orts. X. K. J and W. i of S. i 1-.1: Sec. 4, T. 2, X. of new vigor throughout the
of Pennsylvania (ld- Cumberland, from Wilmington whole system. Xo sufferer from any disease
------- Cameron Schooner R. 2.-J:!: K.He l which
arises from of the
llljle Club. onel James Duffy and Frank A. Burr, of the for Porto Rico. $3.50. names the following wit neves to prove blood need despair who will impurity give AlElc'sS.tRsAI'ARILLl. ,
1' meeting for the trial of Schooner Florence X. Tower from Wilmington his; continuous residence upon, and cultivation fair trial
monthly l'J'flll mill the general's stenographer a
Philadelphia for Porto Rico, $X.ftO. IIfl'ai.t 1a1l.I'iz.: John "'. Crews, of
Y prizes, of the Xa"'iuurtillcry" Ritle Club, C. J. Stoddard, arrived( on 'fuesdayafternoon Schooner I-avinia 1". Warren, from Wilmington Calluhiin, Fla.: I-hain, K. (Crews of ('ull\. It is folly to experiment with the numerous

1 was adjourned from Tuesday of this week and are guests of t the Kgmont: Ho for Hayti and foreign port charges. han, Fla.; LewNV.. lIi 'iiiHtliaiii! of Callahan and low-priced without medicinal mixtures,virtues of cheap materials "
until Tuesday, the 1Mb: inst., at 0 o'clockp. tel. General Cameron and party, aevuqa.niel $8.50.St-liooner Java from Wilmington for Mar- Fla. Fla.; and Jo-hna Crews, of Callahan. Mood-purifiers, while disease; becomes atom a-

z in. ___ _____ by Superintendent Maxwell( leave cntoday's Unique.' $S.00.Selluoner 9-5t: t..1. HARXKS: Register." medicine irmly seated.of such AvutV ronrentrateil SUHAI-AUILLA, is ,.
to for Gainesville' where they will Jus. Farwell, from Pen>acola for cnrativ
train -- -- -- -
1i JH Justice Court. power, that it is by far Il'e best, 'lieanes
until Sunday morning. On Sunday I'ortipall1.: $$H.50. :%'I'S obtained for inventions and reliable ,
Justice Kllcrmann, during the past week, remain Brig Mariposa( from Pensaoola for Port I'I'l now most blood-purifier: knowi
a special train will take them to Orange -- or for improvement-' old Physicians know its coiaui.sition. and pn
has tried the following cases. ( Spain. $1),00. ones. (Caveats InfihigcnicnN Trade-Marks! scribe it. It has len widely n>1"for l fort
with intent to Lake and spending an hour at the extensive Brig I I. R. Jones, from Pensacola fur 'il'n-
and has
Louis Robinson : Assault and all |patent bii-ini: pronnitlv, attendedto. years, won the unqualified rout:
bond forupjH'aranceat circuit court groves of Messrs. Hishop and Harris, fucgos and back north uf llatteras with sugar IXVKXTIOXS( : THAT 11.\\'E: HKKXRFUKCf : : deuce of millions whom it has Itenetited.1

murder; to they will go thence to Cedar Key, reaching $H, and fi.25 as to size of hogliea: Lumber : KD: may Mill, in most cases:l. he pat-
: committed jail. Prepared by Dr. J. C. & Co
$250 in default out for port cliargw Ayer
; cute) us. Icing the r. $. Patont
and take the steamer Clinton -
tried there on Sunday, Hark ('lar.1I':. McGilvey, from Pens-aeola \\'I"I..i'
Joseph Butler:: Larceny ; by jury ; Ollii-o, and etgags'ti) ; PATKXT HUfcilXlXS I'racttcal and Analytical Chemists,

verdict, guilty; thirty days in county jail. for Havana on Monday. for Schooner Port pain Delhi, 850., from Mobile for Porto : KXCLl'SIVKLY: ::( : we can secure iiat- Lowell, Mass.
cuts in less I time than those who are remote OLD BY AU. DntOUlSTS IVEBTWttlBB.;

Steamship City of Dallas. Lint of Letters Rico Schooner, $10.00.A. L. Mitchell, from Mobile for from Washington

The steamship City of IMlas arrived onTuesday Remaining in the l'o+t-t-OIllI'U Fenmndina, Port Spain. $9.00. we When make Inventors search! in send the Patent model Office or sketch, andadvise

i, morning, the 8th inst., with the Nassau county, Fla., February 10, 18S1. Persons UriglIgl'lia, and river, from towage Orange, $.!..":')Bluff. for PortSpain us to its patentability! free of charge.Corresjiondeiice Cnde rtukiug.ft. .

following passenger )list ; calling for these ll'ttersll\\1 t say advertised Adam from Jackson- confidential ; fees reason.! --
Schooner llowlby,
0 Nash able and XO CHARGK: t'XLKSS: PATKXT
:Cry. M. Gray -
l C. Jones : vile fur st. Kitts, $9.50.
1 T. C. 0<10ne. Mrs. II. I* Cowan, Geo. Kutter, Benton, Jack Lederiek, John 11Houroughs Schooner H. I.ivingston, from Ilucks- refer by |>ermiioii to the City Post. M. .n:%ul'USOX.

J, Taylor, }Iri. Schaefcr.and child, J. Reek, II T Littleton, l'eter yule for Port Spain, $9.00.. master, and to the Superintendent| "of the
J. II. Taylor II. T. Williams Conwell, James C Miller( Cilly -- ---- Post-Office honey Order Division' in Washington.

LL II. I 8. Ward, Mrs. :Mrs. J, K-riverandtwochildren ; Cary, Madison:! *; McIntosh( John, MtullinaWestley flu Salted. I For tint-Sal: references circular, a lvice .
13.1iabkell O'Xeil
R. The uuuyeablebridge of the Fernandina A I terms, etc., address
II. B. Rowley, Geo. Amos, George, Pe MoraleMrs A O'Xeil John Jacksonville: Railroad, across Hogaii'nvnfk[ C. A. SNOW A CO., J8j'
Cushing W I: Sullivan. T J The uniotive :-tf Opp.Patent Offico Washington D.C
Ridding. bus been t' lllplt'tt1t1.! was ,
1 4I Kent, \. Drain Col II M Steard, Wilaim ... tl
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and --
-- run on the track. yesterday, will cross 1- -- -
I SldfU'altfSf Ktc. .Frmmin Josephine) Stewart, William the marsh and creek with threw ear-Ioad-i of FOIt S.\L" .
calls Futrell. Mrs Win L Sanderson, KtppeaGruv jr The work of laying the ironwill I -
sidewalks \)ii a 134'
The improved state of our Mr Young, Charles: ; now pushed u-s rapidly mils 11(..ible. It I ( u...m.\UI.l: HOUSE COXTAIVIXO

for commendation> of the worshipful mayor Geoghywin; C W Williams. KmmaGreen. : is expevted; that the l long; trestle R'rl""S !Hoitk ,Llive rooms, with Closets, front Piazza,
aldermen. If they would ,now just Eliza: Ik-th, Walton, Xena \ iu's mar -h, just north of the bridge, will be large Yard, Orange, lx-mon and llananaTnts.
and the of forbidding the running Hacklex, I'ain Williams' Ansel ctnnpli'ft'tl by tni lit. _\1...,. A "lark' mill CVntrally lot-atwl. GIKKJ title, ('tt.. i'S1)1RT.tK1:11.:
try the experiment Hays. Cathren W1U, Prime r.111 all night; last might sawing! ties to Uon For further iartieulur, inquire at this
at large of horses,mules and cattle, they lizard, Margreat M.Jarrfrtf. uot'l.1 this tres tK. The tiM are\.iiaiul( I oftice. 4.Ke I'I1"fli :ST.;; FKUXAXDIXA: FL
the IUnuELt,1'
by S.\lL. T.
v would find their action neraland citi thi IlIdles.-l'.ifJl4. fHJwryll.J. 110 \iiird e .
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great body of property of Will be given fur proof to convict the one
liens. We are entering upon a new. era fSTBEKIY :S. R. StxivtLU Morris Illinois, toily" : who iIe tntyed the >"IKH board on the 1mileIH URIAL ROIIP.S.
i let us strive to make our city aluodet ,l'IGUY.IOlJ Town, Fla., When your .Ihily Ltiuj IVd" tune tu hand, "-I near. the railroad flioj>1. B \\'OOU :!v! tUJFIXS!-/i.'t METULIfJ CASt!
}) sperUt" ; encourage the Atkitw Mr. Jots son ('oul.U'lt raise hU, head. He i k now \\*. F. SCOTT AXI ; .
for neatness PI1l\ on the *th in>t.,by Rev. J. my ",: conlcw atteiulJlt .
one !
and dowers,and and gaining tlay,-telile. tUlUis..ioner 'l'fuantlilla Di promptly
i pll&nting of suitable treys. shrubbery llrotectlon: for them. I). STKEtrv.and. Slim.. 1xatE QcttLt:Y. up every : 33u'i'Hl \ "


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